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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 20, 1806.
5 Euer?ii)$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, OUT. 20, 189G.
Most Bonsiblo people will back
). Talinaga's principles against
Dr. Parkhurst's practice with ro
gard to politics in tbo pulpit.
Tho peoplo wboBO votes decklo
questions of government Bbould
bo left to apply moral principles,
whothor imbibed from tbe "drop
pings of tbo sanctuary" or other
wise, to thoir politics for them
selves. No election law sbould
bo doomed comploto which does
not make it undue iniluouco, pun
ishable by tbo courts, for n
proaobor to use his pulpit as a
Thoro are not enough boiler
makors now in Honolulu, bo it
happens, to Bpare tbo labor neces
sary for ropairing tbo Gains
borough bo quickly as to mako
tho job economical. If tbo grum
blers ovor the Bonding of tho ves
Bel awny for complete ropnirs
could only onsuro a steady supply
of iron ships to bo pulled off tho
rocks at Diamond Head, thoro is
no doubt of there being enough
onlerpriso in Honolulu to provide
for the repairing of all tho lame
President Dolo appoars to hao
put in some good work for tho
land policy of tbo Government
while spending his vacation on
Hawaii. If members of tho Ca
binet would mako n regular thing
of visiting tho other islands, and
thoro working out lines of internal
development, tho country as a
whole would bo benefited.
According to a print in tbo Ad
vet User the Foreign ollico special
postage stamp is inscribed: "Dept.
of Hawaii Foroign Affairs Conts
5." In tho middle is au excollent
portrait ot tho editor of tho Bul
LKi'iN without his spectacles and
without his consent.
Tho Independent seconds tho
Bulletin's suggestion to try and
got a ooncort from Madame Alba
kii on her way to Australia. It
also pioposes Frank Hoogs as a
trustworthy manager to make the
When Mr. Knapp's now stylo
of s'eamor comes into voguo,it will
bo only a two days' journey from
hero to San Francisco. Wo could
then almost bo reconciled to per
petual deprivation of telegraphic
nrrL,: or loiutroWN.
Continued from ll Page.
America. Sir H. Clinton wos re
sponsible for his final defeat.
Aftor tho war Lord Cornwallis
had a brilliant career, having
twico been govoruor general of
India and lord lieutenant of
Ireland between times. The
speaker left tho acknowledgment
of tho value of tho Fronch alliance
to Captain Apploton, and in con
clusion said: "I do not speak
either of tho character or gener
alship of the matchless Washing
ton, loaving that to tho next re
union of our society when, on tho
anniversary of Iub birth, wo may
join with 70 millions of American,
in celobrating his heroic deeds.
Miss Lawrence then gave au
pxpichfiivo residing of .Tamos Bus
sell Lowell's "Commemoration
Tliu chairman said it gave him
undisguised pleasure to introduce
Captain Nathan Appleton,, Vice
President of the Massachusetts
Sous of tho Revolution. Ho was
commonly known boro as
"colonel," and, as ho had taken
part in tho. war that cemented the
Union, nobody sbould bo disposed
to object-to the title.
Captain Apploton in beginning
his'addrosB explained that ho was
one of three Massachusetts Vice
Presidents. One whs Hon. Henry
Cabot Lodge, and tho other, Mr.
Foster, had died Binco last election
of officers. This society had its
origin in tho organization of tho
Sous of Reolutionary Sires in
California in 1875, which has
sinco adopted tho uauio of Sohb of
tho American Revolution to bo in
uniformity with associations else
where that had bo called thorn
selves. Tho speaker showed that
no more appropriate name could
bo chosou, to distinguish the
society from others that porpotu
ated other wars of tho nation.
Ho could Bee California bockon
iug to the society boro to como
ovor and form ouo of tho constob
latiou of stars. (Applause.)
Plungiug into history, then,
Captain Apploton spoko of tbo
strauge turn in ovouts which
brought the' Fronch, who had
boon dispossessed of their colo
nies in America by the English
colonists, round to aid tho samo
colonists later in securing thoir
independence from England. If
it had not boon for tho exporionco
in amis gained by tbo Americans (
while null nc the ijiiglish lOgular
I forces to drivo tho Fronch out of
Quoboc and Louisburg, it was
doubtful it they Bbould have at
tempted to go to war on their
own account against the mother
country. Captain Apploton dis
played a gold badge of tho Bocioly,
explaining that it was almost a
copy of the cross of St. LouiB, u
French royal order whose last
president. Louis XVL, allowed
Lafayette to como ovor to Ame
rica, devoting a large amount for
his expenses and giving
Amorica a loan besides. There
had also been devised a mnrker for
tho graves of revolutionary heroes,
baariug on it tho dato "1775" and
tho figure of a minute man. It
had been the speaker's privilege
to take one of those markers to
Franco and placo it ovor tho gravo
of Lafayetto at Poictiers, and ho
doscribod tho interesting cere
mony performed on that occasion.
In tho littlo cemetery where La
fayetto lies are the tombs of a
number of the Fronch nobility,
whilo in on adjacent lot aro the
graves of 3000 victims of the
French revolution. They had
died in an attempt to give France
tbo freedom Lafayetto had assist
ed in bostowiug upon America.
It waB not that pride of ancestry
which Americans deprecated in
Europeans which was tho chiof
motive of organizations such as
this society. There was both his
torical and educational interest in
tracing tho descendants of tho
different groups of people who
had founded the American nation.
In conclusion tho speaker argued
that Americans had novor made
any adequate return to Frauco for
what she had done for them in
thoir trying times Counting tho
naval forces tjtat had aided in tho
siege, tho Fronch numbered more
than half of tho 10,000 men that
captured Yorktowu. Sinco 1870
the Ropublic of France had been
firmly established, and on this
anniversary it was most appropri
ate that they should recognize
what Franco had dono for tho
United States. In resuming his
seat Captain Appleton said he was
glad to be there and to exteud to
that branch in tho latest republic
formed in tho world tho fratorual
greetings of tho Massachusetts
The chairman called for a voto
of thanks to Captain Appleton for
his address, also asked that by
the same token they should autho
rize him to carry the greetings of
tho Honolulu Society to its sister
in Massachusetts. This was car
ried with enthusiastic acclamation.
Miss Grace RichardB sang
"Star Spangled Banner," tho as
soinblv taking up tbo chorus..
Refreshments were then served
while the peoplo intermingled in
sociable groups. At 10 o'clock
tho very pleasant ontortaiumont
Shortly before tho closing tho
Government band, having con
cluded tho concert at Emma
square, camo and played in front
of tho hall, rendering several
American patriotic airs.
Nicely furnished roontB at the
Popular House, 15-1 Fort street,
from $1.00 per wcok up.
Pacific Lodge, A. F. &
Thoro will bo a special incetiuR of
Pacific Lodge, No. 82, A. P. At A. M , ut
its Hall. Masonio Temple. THIS (Tuesday)
EVENING, Oct. 20, at 7;30 o'clook.
Wokk in First and Secomj DEoutF-s.
Members of ITnwnlinii Lodge, Lodge le
I'rmjreH nod all sojourning llrothron are
(internally imitfil to bo nrehout,
IJy order of tho It. W.M.
n. H. WILLIAMS,
IN l'l.ltll, IX JAPAN.
rxpcrlciico ot I.lclc ObHcrvatot)'
An Oakland disp.itch of Soptetn
bor 28 says: From ndviccs re
cently received from mombors of
tho Lick observatory oolipso ex
pedition to Jupau it is nnticipatod
that tho parly will arrive boro on
Friday next. Its homo coming is
fraught with much intorost, for
sovorul of its members mot with
thrilling ndvonturos. Dr G. E.
Shury, Professor Sohnobert and
Louis Maston, whilo returning,
much dishourtonpd, from the
station in northorn Japan, soloctod
for tho obsTvatious that were
never mado, determined to climb
to the snowy summit, 12,1100 feot
abovo sen levol. of Fujiyama,
notu ithst Hiding tlio ominous con
ditions thxt tbrottened a Bivoio
storm, "Tho uconl was not
marked," writes Dr Shury, "by
nnv exti-neidiimrv features until
tho sunw line wus well below us.
Tho storm broke fiuio sly upon
us within a very short time after
wards. It was tho most furious
that had hemtu about the sueiw
clad mountain top for many years.
Hlizzuds rolled into tornadoes,
swept tho cr.igs and wu nearly
perisbod. For thirty-six hcuis
wo were storm bound. Our food
supply wiib exhausted and we
sullorod ni'icb. Wo sourched for
sboltor and at the summit located
n ramBhao'elo hut which afforded
a slight obstiolo to the fiercest of
tbe storms that raged about."
Tbo party whs joined ut Kobe
by Professor Bui ok bailer. Dr.
Shury writos under date of
"We loft Gottnba n fow diys
ago, after making thn ascent of
Fujiyama, with the intention of
coming directly bore, but with
our limitod knowledge of tbo
Japan oso and tho station agent's
less knowledge of English, wo
could not nndor.-t.uid why hu
would not soil a tickot through to
Kobo He would only lot us huvo
one to Niigoya, where wo had to
fiop ovor a night. Thou wo could
only get anotbtr ticket to Kyoto
and at tho lattor place lent tied
that tho causo of our difficulty
was duo to tho fact that the storm
wo hud whilo on Fujiyama was
one of tho most Fovero ovor
known, so n through trains were
run. Washouts along tho route
greatly delayed travel-"
that wo are prepared at
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving and Printing"
on Cauls, Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies aud
Stamping in colors or plain.
Cards from your plato $1.50
H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
Ono that you can dopond
upon. The kind wo soil.
Wo aro soiling Walthatns
in a dust proof ouso for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as 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 the lift.
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
H. F. Wichman
BICYGLE TRADE IN
It is a mistake to suppose
for a moment that the Hawaii
an Hardware Company is go
ing out of the business of
selling bicycles. Not much.
We know a good thing when
we have it and our bicycle
trade has been and is now a
good thing. We have no doubt
some of our competitors would
like to see us let go of The
Tribune agency, for instance,
but we don't intend to do it.
The Tribune is the best all
round wheel in the market and
we are selling them right along.
They are good serviceable!
wheels and don't cost their
owners $10 a month for re
pairs, like some wheels we
Now that Marshal Brown
and his myrmidons are on the
warpath against wheelmen and
have declared in no uncertain
tone of voice that they must
carry a light at night, it be
hooves all of them to get the
best light they can for the
least money. We have a large
stock on hand at prices to suit
the times say from $1.0 to
$A.$0. It is cheaper to buy
one of the highest priced lamps
than to be hauled up in the
Police Court and fined, besides
the loss of time incurred and
the wear and tear of your
While we are not going out
of the bicycle business by any
means, we have a small con
signment of bicycle shoes
which were sent us with a lot
of other bicycle material. We
want to close these out and
do it quick, as we are not in
the shoe business. Come and
take a look at them, and if
there is a pair in the house
you want you can take them
along with you for a very
We have a few of the well
known "Zimmy" Wheels left.
We want to close these out too,
so as to devote our whole
attention to the Tribune agency.
If you want a wheel cheap for
cash now is your chance.
Aoney talks on these wheels.
Show us the cash and it will
be our fault if we don't make
you happy with one of them.
We still carry the usual line
of extras for the Tribune and
other wheels we handle, and
shall continue to do so.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
' Opposite SprookolB' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STOTET.
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no mattor what its price. Thore aro good low-priced bIioos
and poor high priced ones. Thoro are swindles in overy
grade. There is no protection in price though a great many
pooplo seem to think that by paying doarly tlioy are Bitro to
Sot a good shoo. Tour only protection lies with and in your
oalor. Ho should have tho exporionco and ability to know
tho Bhoes ho buys and boIIb. Wo guarauteo every pair of
shoos you buy hero to bo worth every cent you pay.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
B3? Distributors of Footwear "3
If you aro thinking of getting u
Bicycle, now is tho timo to gel
ono whilo they last. This offer of
Bamdlers at S75.00 is not acut in
price, so don't wait expecting to
seo the price como any lower. Wo
nro offering 1895 wheels at this
price and thoro aro but a fow loft.
This whool is fitted with tho
Great Gr. &. J. Tive
which has proven bo satisfactory
in this land of tho
Wo also have a stock of tho 1890
wheals both ladies and gents which
wo aro oiroring at a low figure and
on easy torms. Como in and havo
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bicycle
Stop and think how many Nick
les and Dimes you might savo
had you a wheel. A ride to Wai
kiki is not only a pleasure but a
suro saving of health aud strength.
You will iiud new vigor by the use
of muscles novor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND DON'T COST YOD
THEIR VALDE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hal! & Son
Take an Outing
Trains will leave at 9:15 a. is,
and 1:45 P. M., arriving in Honr
lulu at 3:11 and 5:55 r. M.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Class 2d Class
Pearl City $ 75 $ 50
Ewa Plantation... 1 00 75
Waianao 1 50 1 25
I IMIII .a W7I
S'- J jt-'i uivi v
Should Be Good
It is said that when Jano
gets the nionoy she will in
herit by her uncle's will, she
will buy a whole) row of seats
for II Trovntore. Then she
will go in for solid useful and
ornamental articles for her
homo. What do you think
of the scheme?
YOU'VE PAID $5.00
for a wheel bnrrow and then
not been half sitisfied. Wo
sell you ono that is neat and
strong, not too largo to pass
through tho gateway, and an
all 'round gem for $3.50.
Solidly braced sides and front
and with a patent steel wheel.
It's worth looking at and
after a bath or before battle
may be avoided in a simple
manner. Tho patent cork mats
absorb water and prevent its
dripping over the bath room
floor. They aro healthy and
serviceable, hard to wear out
and no ono sells them but
The California variety havo
always cost you $2.50; our
latest invoice was bought so
wo can deliver them at your
door, and, if necessary, attach
it to your hose for $1.80,
seventy cents less than you've
been paying. That is what
good buying means.
and Jardinieres or lamps
of every description in shape
made of wrought iron black
color are au fait. We have
every style you can think of.
Von Holt Building.
A. W. SEABURY,
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Exchange.
Briug In your bills, thoy will bo promptly
nttonded to. Tilophono 059; 1-. O. Uox 430.
JAS. N. K. KEOLA,
Typewriter, Copyist, Transla
tor (English and Hawaiian)
VST Office with W. It. OASTLE. 423-tf
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcKt 203 Merchant Btrcot, Campbell
lHook rear of J. O. Carter'a office. V. O.
Box 330. 4