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Dr. Cnsoy oi! tlio steamer Ala
meda met a Bulletin representa
tive in front oE II. Hackfold k
promises, and askod him
wlmt tlio now building thero was
for. Upon being told that it was
reported to bo for the purpose of
preparing coffeo for market, the
doctor said in effect it was just
what was noeded, to have a largo
firm take hold of the coffee output.
It vrj very much agninst Hawai
ian coffee, lie wont on to say, that
it wis put on tlio market too fresh,
as it ought to bo kept three years.
This could only bo doue
by having tlio product bought by
large houses that could afford to
keop it until it had acquired the
requisito age. Tlio writer when
on Hawaii recently learned that
Mr. D. H. llitoucock kept the
coffeo for his own household sev
eral years before using it.
'This is a matter that ought to bo
dealt with by the Coffeo Planters'
Association. Hawaiian coffee
mint bo given all tlio advautago
possihlo to onablo it to compete
with the product of South and
Central America. These remarks
are not mado at tlio instance, or in
the interest, of any private con
corn, but purely foi the benefit
of the Hiwaiian coffee industry.
NOT OVER WISE.
Scarcely a more striking evi
dence of tho exfreino intensity of
tho presidential campaign could
be given than the call for
a (lny of fastiDg and prayer, in
behalf of a poaceful outcome,
which has been mndo by the
Christians of Chicago under tho
leadership oE Mr. Moody. Tho
call was printed in yosterd'uy's
Bulletin. As to tho judicious
ness of holding tho proposed
leligious day there may bo se
rious doubt. Politics runs so
high that in many cases, doubt
less, partisans would try
to get a word in edgewise
at tho prayer meetings for their
own parties, and tho result would
bo disturbances all tho moro de
plorable from Iho soloran charac
ter of the assemblies. Even tlio
talk of possible intornecino strifo
coming out of tho coutest, which
tho call to prayer contains, is
liablo to havo evil effects. It
presupposes that tho differences
betweeu the principles of tho
parties aro vital enough to the
nation to justify nn nppeal to
arms on one side or tho other.
This idea is not only nousensical
but it is in reality incendiary.
Wherever the majority of good
and wise and truly patriotic
men may reside, thoro aro just as
good nnd wise and patriotic men
in ono party as in another. Prin
ciples in antagonism are not di
vided by geographical lines.
Every Stite will have at least a
respoclablo minority against its
commanding majority. Hence
thero is no danger of any section
al disruption, whatever party may
win the election. i
SIR CHARLES TUPPER.
Sir Charles Tupper, the dis
jirttohes say, hua had tho temerity
to roabt tho Queen's representative
in Canada for declining to ratify
appointments mado by Sir
Charles' administration after it
had beon emphatically condemned
at tho polls. The "old war horBO,"
as ho is called in tho Dominion,
only displays tlio weakness of old
ago by thiB outbreak. Although i
tlieio uro precodontBitt tlio British
system for the making oT appoint- j
ments by moribund adm.iiibtra-i
tions,' there wore peculiar1 circum-
stances in the Canadian case
which rnoro thau justified tho con
duct of the Earl of Aberdeen. Tho
Conservative party, of which Sir
Charles is the leader, had been in
power twenty -four out of tho
twenty-niuo yoarsBinco tho Domi
nion had como into existence. As
a consequence tho Senate, being
an appointive body, is overwhelm
ingly "Tory,' whilo a vast majori
ty of all the high and lucrativo
offices, lifo and otherwise, are oc
cupied by Conservatives. It would
have, for this reason alone, been
nothing short of an outrage for a
Conservative administration, dis
owned by tho people at tho
polls, to foiBt upon tho couu
try a fresh batch of its partisans
for permanent place uud emolu
ment. Tho Governor - General,
therefore, used his prerogative of
refusing his signature in the in
terest of tho whole countiy. An
other fact in tho rase is that the
Government's warrant of power
from tho people had lapsed oven
before tho elections, as tho five
years' torm of Parliament had cx-
' pirod by limitation somo time pre-
i viously. The Government had in
reality taken tho risk of holding
on to power outside of the consti
tution, in its mistaken confidence
1 that the people would porpetualo
tho rule of tho Conservative party
and mako everything end well.
1 Moreover, it was in exceeding bad
taste for tho Tory lciuh-r to attack
tho representative of the Crown,
in viow of tho fact that tho Tories
have always assumod a monopoly
of true loyalty.
It is announced that Mons.
Yos3ion, the Commissioner of
France, is to deliver an address
before tho local Society of the
Sons of tho (Americau) Revolu
tion. Mons. Vossiou's debut hero
as a public speaker will bo await
ed with all tho moro interest when
it is kuowu that ho is au accom
plished literary author in both
prose and verso. His name is on
tho titlo pages of several ueat
brochures, including, besides im
pressions of the Chicago World's
Fair, several works in tho line of
belles leltres. America has Bout
literary Ministers here in tho per
sons of Messrs. Daggett and
Stevens, both authors of standard
works, and now France compli
ments Hawaii by sending a
cultured writer as her representa
tive. Guns kept for the sports of
peace havo over been fruitful of
accidonts, both from careless
handling and fiom being loft in
tho way of children and fools.
Tho homicidal idiot who "didn't
know it was loaded," is frequently
heard from in all countries. Ac
cidonts and crimes from rifles
owned by tho Government in Ho
nolulu, hbwovor, havo boon with
in a year or so upon a numorical
scale that must bo broaking of all
records. If nothing can bo done
to check tho havoc, then military
discipline must bo only a moro
Local veterans of the United
States will find in this issue a
summary of the annual report of
the Commissioner of Pensions. It
convoys tho opinion that tho ex
penditure' for pensions has reach
ed its maximum, and must in tho
natural order of things honceforth
English disappointment in
practical results from the visit of
the Chinese Viceroy is neatly ex
pressed by tho remark of a states
man in that country, that the only
thing Li Hung Chang left in
England was his autograph.
There will bo a meeting of
whoolmon in tho basement of tho
Hawaiian hotel this evening to
listen to a proposition from
Charles S. Dosky for tho ostnb
lishmont of a bicycle truck on his
nion had como into existence. As a all timoa to do your Copper 3Vvvi ' 'WwSofa aers I Jli
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MORAL 1 Stationery; Announcement, yW HuX li " I
' 1 "0;,. ... ,,: $m I Ml Knowledae is - i
A New England Congress
man recently sent one of his
constituents a package of flow
er seeds for the latter's wife,
and received a genuine Yankee
acknowledgment. The latter
thanked the member for the
flower seeds so kindly sent",
"including sweet peas and
other varieties of long, unpro
nounceable, unintelligible, ro
mantic names. We have plant
ed the seeds," the letter con
tinued, "and if they grow we
will use the names to train the
In the same connection one
tells at the capitol of a visitor
to a committee - room who
found a Congressman's clerks
busily directing seed packages.
"What are you doing?" the
"Sending out garden seeds,"
was the answer.
"Seeds?" said the other.
"This late in the season you
ought to be sending out vege
tables." You may think it hard to
find the moral to the above
stories but we know better. It
is concealed in the oven of one
of our lately imported
Model St. Clair Wood
You buy the stove and we
throw in the moral. These
model St. Clairs are truly
"model," for they are perfect.
They have every convenience,
including spacious oven, and
in addition a commodious hot
water tank situated at the back
of the stove. A six-hole cook
ing surface is sufficient to do
the cooking of a large family
and these stoves are built for
that purpose. They are solid
and substantial, are tastefully
ornamented and sell for $0.00.
Should you prefer a range
we can recommend the "Gol
den Anvil" as the best made.
These are built of steel through
out and burn either wood or
coal. We have them in two
sizes, $50 and $65.
You may need a handy lan
tern for the barn. We have
them with glass oil containers
instead of tin. They are much
neater, cleaner and nicer than
the old style and your fingers
won't smell of Kerosene after
handling them. They only cost
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprocket' Bank,
WO. 307 FORT STREET,
a 1 D II C .t, rWfflVWlM1 .mSI.M II II
I hossing, Address Dies . and 7 W M Vltjj y 1
I Stamping in colors or plnin. n M vivPllI OW68 aflKSSfc 1
a) Cniflrt from vour nluto S1.50 li Pi rAlM
i i ,i i Ji M m YaWwl and our 1
m 4 til la K YUSl shoo m
I H. F. Wichman,
IWfcvnn nerd a watch? .
Ono that you can depend!
upon. ho Kind wo sen.
Wo nro selling Waltlmnis
in a dust proof case for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
somo us low as $5.00,
others as high as $200.00.
Our stock is so largo, wo
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price your pocket
would not feel tho lift.
No pic plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
Light and Serviceable.
Oastle & Gooke
?f my; la W ducts
i - ft7 fe Ri ,
St$ M' M JjS- made, v
.-Sr ..Q hand wo
i. l.i. i. ..... ... .i ii
WIU uuau iiiuKia in uio worm
trade and wo don't know of anything too good fur tlio peoplo
of this town.
The Manufacturers', Shoe Co.,
DBiqr Shoo Stove.
1 !, t
f Hfc ifcUiin!'rr
If you are thinking of gotting a
Bicycle, now is tbo time to get
ono whilo they last. This offer of
Ramblers at $75.00 is not a cut in
price, bo don't wait expecting to
see the price come any lower. Wo
aro offering 1895 wheels at this
price and there aro hut a few left.
This whool is fitted with tho
GJi-eat O. & J. Tiro
which has proven so satisfactory
in this land of the
We also havoa stock of tho 1896
wheels both ladies and gents which
we are offoriug at a low figure and
on easy torms. Como in and havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in the Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick-
lea aud Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai-
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
sure saying of health and strength.
You will lind new vigor by thouso
of muscles novor beforo brought
WHEELS TMT L4ST AND DON'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
Oattok, Niell & Co., i t : i s Proprietors.
John Niell, : : s : s t t Superintendent.
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Qucon stioet, between Alakoa
and llichards streets.
cersand their nro-
gives us the power
the bist that's
ith ready cash in
can and do sio to
i . . . . "
anci picK wnat beat suits our
t10 Fovt; Sti-oot.
Tho flies bollior tho bald
headed man, likewise the man
who has plenty of hair. They
aro annoyance at table and in
the house generally. Wo havo
a killer that docs its work with
Neatness and Dispatch. A
Combination Thermon and
Barom is a handy thing to
have about the house next to
a clock there is nothing like
it, and we sell them in polished
oak frames for $1 each.
We have a Lemonade Shak
er, mado in Tomperancevillo,
Long Island, that is the most
convenient article' of tho kind
ever offered for sale. By its
use it is impossible for the
seeds to got into tho glass and
a little air pipe prevents explo
sion from an accumulation of
gasses. What do you think
A Nickle - Plated Crumb
Tray and Scraper, neat design
for 75 cents. You novor an.w
ttMythinS in your lifo so much
like silver that was not silver,
Ineros no necessity now for
your bird to bo in an old cage.
Wo sell them mado of solid
n ,. ..,
urura iur (o cents encii, regu-
Von Holt Buildin".
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite Love's Bakery on
N unarm -:- Street,
Where lio will outer immediately Into the
work of Taking Inclines. Mr. beverin lias
bad years of oxperiouca ot this bionohnnd
lias always met with success in it.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 208 Morouant street, Cnmpboll
Block rear of J. O. Oartor'a office, l O.
Box 330. J
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