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EVENING BULLETIN, APBIL 29, 1896.
Tin: Li:rrn si7TCi:ment.
A Correspondent EudorncN Atlornoy
General Smith' Itenmrk.
Editou Bulletin :Tho argu
ment o tho Attornoy-Genoral,
favoring tho Bonding o n commit
teo from tho House o Represont
ativcs to Molokai, contains a great
deal of sensible material. Auy
ono who 1ms read Oharlea Beado's
"Foul Play" and "Lovo mo Lit
tle, Lovo mo Long," cannot fail to
appreciate tho possibilities of
gross injustice in tho conduct of a
privato or public iusano asylum
or similar institution. Tho titlo
of another of this famous author's
works is hero succested, "Put
Yoursolf in His Place." Let any
thinking person put themselves
in tho plnci1 of ono of tho unfor
tunates on Mclokai. It is not
likoly that, cor.jidoring tho ex
tremely uncomfortable position
tndor which 'it is absdlutoly neces
sary to placo thoso people, many
complaints, trivial and silly as
thoy may seen to an outsider, aro,
in their minds, of vast importance
to tho lopor, confined forever to a
certain limited area.
Tho public, or portions of it, is
often too littlo inclined to look
with a vory largo decreo of chari
ty upon tho fancied grievances of
tho lopors. Bat tho uttor hope
lessness of their lives is their
paramount excuse. A sleepless
night exaggerates, probably, to
every ono, tho importance of
minor actions, of troubles, of sor
rows, of nil tho details of daily
life, llow infinitoly more so
must it bo to tho poor, diseaso
Btrickon being upon Molokai,
whoso lifo at best is ono, not of
hardship from our view, but, from
uttor inaction and uttor hopeless
ness, Of tirosomo monotony, that
phase of tho human mind which
pro-omiuontly exaggerates all
evils, fancied or otherwise.
Tho Attornoy-Genoral, in his
Bpeech yestorday, seemed to fully
appreciate this fact. For tho timo
being ho put himself in tho place
of tho suil'erer on Molokai, and
pleaded eloquently for them. As
ho said, tho powers necessarily
given to tho Board of Health aro
enormous. It could not bo other
wise. Their word niust bo para
mount. Thorofore it is a matter
upon which tho people at largo
should congratulate themselves,
that ho strongly advocated the
sending of a Houso Committee to
' invefatigato tho action, paBt and
present, of tho Board. At the
least it shows a vory largo degree
of fairmindedness. H. B.
A Itomarkablo Shooting Vent.
At Wichita, Kans., tho other
day Tom Clark Smith sighted a
gun ovor his shoulder and tired.
Tho bullet struck tho trigger o u
gun thirty feet behind him. Tho
Bhotfrom that struck tho trigger of
another gun thirty foot in front
of him, winlo tho shot from mat
struck tha trigger of still another
gun thirty feet Ijehind him. Fin
ally tho shot from tho fourth gun
wont through an apple on tho top
of his head, all the guns having
been arranged by the shooter with
that end in view. St. Louis Re
public. To Let.
Fine stable for 15 or more
horses, carriage house, servants'
quarters, and all appurtenances
needed. Situated in roar of Ka
vmiahao church. To let vory
reasonably. Apply to G. Schu
man, Club Stables.
Try that now brand of flour
called White Roso. S4.25 per
barrel at tho Washington Food
Co., Fort street, below Quoon.
If your pictures aro hung with
brass wire, tako them down bo
fore thoy fall and put on tho pro
per kind, which you can got at
King iiros., Motel Bt.
Whon you have pictures to
framo it would bo well to remom
bor that you got tho benefit of 15
years experience together with
honest treatmont at King Bros.,
Don't givo yourself away by ac
cepting any of tho inferior brands
of boor but insist on having that
well-known and popular brand
known as tho Seattle boor to bo
had at tho Criterion.
Tho Singor received 54 first
awards for Sewing Machines and
embroidery work at the Worlds'
Fair, Chicago, 111., being the
largest number of awards obtained
by any exhibitor, and more than
double tho numbor given to all
othor Sowing Machines. B. Ben
oehson, Agont. Bethel stroot,
We have just received
New Lines of Goods in nil
Agateware, China, Glass
ware and Toilet Sets. Hard
ware, Paints, Oils and Colors.
Our Grocery Department
has been largely extended by
additions in Fancy and Staple
Articles. Pie Fruits and
Canned Goods in largo variety.
Housekeepers will find our
stock of Lace Curtains,
Sheetings, Cotton and Linen;
Table Damask and Napkius,
the most complete in town.
Gent's Underwear, Tennis
and Negligee Shirts, Sweaters
in Blue and Whit?. Laces, Ho
siery and Sorges. Ladies' and
Gent's Umbrellas. A new lot
of Saddles and Gent's Russcfc
Leggings, Pommel Slickers
and Rain Coats.
EST Wo havo recently re
viewed our stock, many goods
aro marked down and our
prices merit your patronages.
J. T. Waierhouse,
Queen Street Stores.
Queen Sroet, Honolulu:
ESTIMATES AND DESIGNS
Furnished for Building All Classes ot
Machinery Hcpalr work, and,
llccoustructlon or Remodel
ing Old Plants.
Iron, Brass, Phosphor-Bronze, Zinc, Alu
minum, and Lead Castings. Ornamental
and plain Cast Iron and Steel Columns,
Iron and Stoel Girders and Trusses,
Gratings, Doors and Shutters, and a gonor
al lino of Iron and Brass Work for buildings
of all classes. Ships' Blacksmith Work dono
with neatness and dispatch. All workman
skip guaranteed first class, and at prices
that havo been hitherto unknown on the
Island Orders will roooivo prompt atten
tion. C. R. MCVEIGH,
Manager and Propriotor,
P. O. Box 457.
Telephones: Office, 573; Works. 013.
Lots For Sale!
LOT AND HOUSE AT KAPALAMA,
right on tho Tramways Lino. Ituuted ut
$10.00 per month. 4 House-Lots at tho
10 Lots at Kamannwai, on the mauka
corner of the extension of Kukui street and
proposed IMver btieet. The Lots are lovol.
edj it is one of the best house niton in tho
city. There is u good road leading now
from Berotauia street to these Lots. Prices
aro reasonable. Titles perfeot.
1 or furthei particulars, apply to
W. 0. AOIII.
Honolulu, April 10, 1800. 270-lm
Subscribe for the Evening Bul
letin, 75,oonta por month.
EVERY i MAN i HIS i OWN I HORSE i DOCTOR,
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
ron tub cure or diseases of
HORSES, OATTtE, SHEEP, DOBS, SWINE AND POULTRY.
Tho man clous hair romotly which prevents
23I-A.II3 F-AJLiX-iinSTGh OUT.
ooio ivgent, Honolulu.
jar Neat pamphlet frco on application. 1', 0. Box 293, Telephone 20.
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Mn. 0. W. Macfaulank: It affords mo pleasure to recommoiul, to any one whose hair
is tolling out, tho use of 1HI. l'OrTIE'iS 11 lilt OIL. My hair was comlnj? out at Hueh
a rato ns led mo tolclloothntl would soon become bald. After using tho oil for flvo weeks
this censed entirely; nono whatever is now falling out. I consider it tho best and only
worthy remedy for this trouble and also recommend it as a stimulant to new growth.
lPfl-tf Yours truly, J. 11. DANIELS.
VOELLER & CO.,
Head List of Specialties:
Fata ds Fata Gras, Anchnviea,
Mushrooms, Metwtust, Iilmturger,
Young America Cheese.
And n Full Lino of Groceries of Every
Waring Block, Borotanla Btrcct, Honolulu'.
C. KLEMME & CO.,
Cash. -:- Grocers
$3? NOW OPEN .&
Fort StrBBt &. Chaplain LanB(
No Prices ffiroSes
Every prfco wo quoto is tho lowest. Wo
ntond to keep our prices nlwajs tho lowest.
If thoy'ro not bring your purchase back
and got the money. Th it's our standing
offer. Comparo our prices consider that
quality is tho choicest and see if such
prices ore to bo found elsowhcro.
U& Quick, Treo Delivery.
notel streot, opp. Arlington Annex.
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
spec designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287 Fort Street.
SOMETHING NEW I
Souvenir Vgpoons I
A Novel nnd Uniquo Design. Also, n
Handsome Lot of Hawaiian Curios
K, G. BIART'S.
SJW Fino Watch Bcpairing executed in
a skilful manner. All kinds of Jewelry
carefully Itopalred and Ilo-arruugcd.
and EEED STUFFS
per Barkentino S. G. Wilder
CSty Feed Store,
1'uncliboul aud Berotania.
L. H. DEE.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
Hotel Btioet, Arlington Cottage.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen streot, Honolulu, and 215 1'runt
street, Ban rrauoiseo, Cul.
General Merchandise and . ,
, . Commission Merchants,)
FOR SALE BY
METROPOLITAN MI CO.
Bl izisigr Strcot.
O. J. WALLElt --. MaNAQEII.
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Metopolito 8e&i Co.
Tho Very ITinosfc
Como and sco our
NEW CHICAGO REFEIGERATORS.
Westbrook & Gares,
Telephone - - - - 104.
JDSEph Tinker, - -
Of the rincst Varieties.
Makers of (ho Celebrated Pork Snusngc.
Nuuanu street, opp. Cbaplain lauo.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lucas' Planing Jul , will have
fresh ovcry day
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIIII POI FACTORY,
Which will ho sold to families in large or
Buiall quautlticR. No Contain-
W. L. WILCOX,
311tf- Proprietor Kallhi l'oi Factory.
Store open nvenififrs.
AUOVE OAll IS
Strong aad Durabla In, Construction
And is Adapted for Any and ah ptantation Wert
83f Estimates giveu on any style of
Plantation Oar. Aloo on above Oar if
plantations wish to nso tho Wheels and
Iron Work they lmvo on hand.
J. A, HUG-HES,
DO YOU LIKE CUKEY?
TRUE INDIAN CURRY
NOT THE STUFF USUALLY SOLD AS CURRY
Curry Powder ns inndo by us is prepared after tho Original
Ttecipb from tho Purest Ingredionts.
W TiRY IT ONCE -s
NSON, SMITH & SO
A goneral stock of Liquors, Ales nnd
FKESH 11EEK ALWAYS OX DRAUGHT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Aro of tho finest aud como to U6
direct frura Huropo. -
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imported straight from Louis,
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
Cor. Mtuiinii mid Ilcrctmiiit Ma.
t. ki:vi:n, irmuacer.
COOL FRESH BEER!
On Draught and the Standard Iiranda of
FINE WHI8KIE8, BRANDIES, WINES AND
tuim: ci.Ain:r a spioialty.
!!(! AM) NUUANU hTllEWS.
Tho celebrated Entj:kikisk
Bkkii on Draught and in
Bottles. . . .
DAVID K. 13AKEH,
Nuuanu Yalloy, ahoo tho Jlaubolonm.
All orders i;i on prompt nud f.uthful at
tonliou. No oxtra charge for dclhoring,
Flowcis to any part of the city. Lois,
Mountain Greons aud Carnations n spe
Port St. Opp. Pantheon Stables.
Our Scissors aro sharp; our
Eazors nro bright; wo Shavo
equally well by dny or by
PRANK PAOIIECO, Piopr.
Hotol St., near Fort. Tolt 802.
TI - IE
TI - IJE
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers andLIquor Merchants. .
No. fi, Dntmm Street, - San Franofsoo.
FOn SALE IN BULK.
Amijucan Uockcon Whiskies in J?onJ per
barrel containing about 40 gallons oaoh
at various prices according to age and
Oai.uokma Grape Uiundt in Bond per
barrel of nbout 40 to CO gallons.
' Also the cetelraled Case Nltitliet:
"Extra I'ony" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles!
3 gallons per caso.
"BcararaW" Ilourbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons per caso.
'Old Pioneer" liourlwu Whisky, 12 bottle.
2 2-G gallons per caso.
"TenneKhce White Byo" Whisky. 12 bottlea
2 2 5 gallons per caso.
OALIKOHNIA ronr wines, siieiuueb,
Send orders by mail. Satisfaction gua.
Braunschweiger & Co.,
141-lm No. C, Drnmm streot.
r f .
aSf' My Hack does not tip in this-wan
uer, no matter how v. eighty tho load,,"
Hack No. 14
BSST TELEPHONE 176
Stand! Bethel nud King utreoti,
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