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!?; Euerjii)(5 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor
MONDAY, DEO. 7, 189(5.
There is noitbor ducouragonient
nor tlio eoutrary iu tbo viowd of
American nt'iteRinen rojjardiug tlio
Hawaiian question telegraphed
from Washington. It is made
clear thai tho Hawaiian clause in
f'o Republican platform was ut
terly meaningless in tlio way of
indicating any definite policy.
The Examinor has Bimply beou
baillod in its quest for opinion
from any public man who is in a
position to forecast the policy of
AloKinley's administration on the
subject. Probably the most near
ly correct view in the whole sym
posium, published in tliis paper,
is tlio view of general opinion at
Washington givou by tho corres
pondent iu these words, "It is
firmly believed if the llawaiiaus
ninlco the proper overtures Mc-
Iviuley will declaie for annexa
tion." This view is certainly the
best that can be acted upon as a
cue at tliis end of tho lino. It is
for t!io revived Annexation Olub
to woi k for the creation of such
"overtures" from Ilmvaii aa shall
be. ntieiltaknble in authority and
siginlicance to McKinley's admin
istration and contemporary Con
gresse. Minister Damon has published
a li.nu fund r.tatt-ment. Out of
83-19,512.50 authorized, thoro has
been hpoiit S128.-180.18 on public
works. The balance authorized ib
8221,023.82, and thoio was S214,
800.2G cash n hand November
30. More than $02,000 authorized
for Honolulu harbor improve
ments is uncxpoiided. More than
8120,000 is authorized for roads
and public buildiugs on Hawaii
island, of which about 835,000 has
beou expended, but Hilo will re
fuse to be comforted whilo there
is nothing said about its much do
By the census .toss total the
population of tlio Hawaiian Isl
ands proves to bo close to the es
timate made in advance. It is
100.000. Until the nationalities
be sorted out, tho ceunis will not
bo ripo for nommcu',. Thoro is no
doubt that a l-.rge proportion of
the 25 per y jt increase is made up
liaron Kawadu, president of tho
Uank of Japan, diod last month in
the (51 r,t year of his ago. A Japa
nese edited English paper of
Kobe, in tho issue after his death,
promised to publish au "autobio
graphy" of tho Baron, "compiled
from reliable sources."
Suporintondeut Atkinson writes
to tno iiULLirnx expressing dis
satisfaction with tho way in which
his figures have been published.
Ho promises to fix them up prop
erly for publication.
Odd 1'i-lloitn' Jubllcn.
FAC.'lsior Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
Honolulu, will havo been insti
tuted fifty years on Thursday
next, honn of its mombora will
unofficially colebrato the jubilee.
Although the lodge is worth 858,
000 in its owu right, the laws of
the order forbid the use of lodge
funds for outortainmouts. There
fore, tho only way to have a colo
bration by tho lodge wub for
members to "di;," but this many
of them object d to doing for so
woaltliv an organization. Hence
the private celebration by mem
bers willing to pay lor u little
blowout on the aunpicions anni
versary. Singers load the world. Over j,
13,000,000 mado and sold. High-1
est awards nt tho World's Colum-1
bian Exposition foivexcpHonea of
ronstruction, regularity of motion, ,
easo of motion, great speed, ad- !
iustability, durability, easo of '
lenrniug nud convonionco or ur
rnngoment. U. Borgorsen, agent,
1G j I3othcl streets.
twmt falWJnijttrtrJtl(WuWAtfgHAat.tNi t l!X
jimioiAitY joi ri.Nus.
Itriiplc)' iiml I'roitiitv .'Inlli'r.-Al.
loitod .uiuiililiu'r mi Trliil.
Mrn. A. D. Friomann petitiono
for discharge from bankruptcy. '
ToHOtih Rinhnril Anintin. liv bin I
attorney, G. A. Davis, tiles satis
faction of judgment against Rich- TELESCOPE COFFEE POTS,
atd Antone, defendant aud father , TEA STRAINERS AND
oi piaintiii, lor cattle wiongtuily
converted to cash. Amount with
It is stipulated between tho par
ties that defendant in the equity j
suit of Mahuka vs. Eosa may havo
one week's further time iu which I
Judgo Cartor has appointed Ke-I Th TELESCOPE COFFEE
aloha luko guardian of George POT is Constructed with ail
K,,nnml"?Iih-,!I!-1?rr J'md- inner chamber extending one-
luagoon x Jiidings tor petitouor. . . , - , . ,
J. F. ilackfeiu. German Consul, sixteenth of an inch fioni the
has been appointed by Judge bottom of the Pot, thus pre
Lartor as administrator of tho es- .,,
tato of Johann F. Drewes, in venting any possible escape
placo of J. o. Glade, resigned. ; of the steam and aroma.
lviuney iV uaiiou tor petitioner.
Judge Perry has filed a decision
over-ruling tlio demurrer of cer
tain defendants in the condemna
tion suit of the Minister of Inter
ior agaiunt C. It. Bishop and oth
ers. Ho declines to- consider the
constitutionality of the statute.
Dickoy for plaintiff, Kinney &
niuioii tor ueioiKiants. i
Akoui of Molokai is ou trial for i
distilling liquor without license,
Judge Gartor sitting as trial mag
istrate. Marshal Browu and Dep
uty Marshal Hitchcock prosecut
ing, S. K. Kano dofeudiug.
Judge Perry will approve ac
counts of J. H. Paly as adminis
trator of tho estate of E.3. Collin.
deceased, wh-u continued by '
the clerk. Distribution to hoirs ,
will not be made until February, !
to allow ioreign heirs time to pre
sent their claims. Hurtwoll for
petitioner. Tho estate is all per
sonal, being now a cash balanco
Koloa Sugar Co. vs. J. K. Smith
and othors, ojoetinout, is being
heard by Judge Perry this after
noon. Kinnoy& Ballon for plain
tiff; Hartwell for defendants.
1'oi.ic'e coi'iir jvsvrrEii.s.
A VoryKtnnll Calendar Illicitly DU.
Iori of I'mlnr,
In tho police court this morn
ing Judge do la Vorgno mado very
quick work of an, unusually small
calendar for Monday morning.
Tho crop of Saturday night
drunks was very small, thoro be
ing only four of thorn at S2 each
fino and 81 costs.
D. Kanuha was charged with
assaultiug a police officer but the
chargo was nolle pros.'d ou con
dition that ho plead- guilty of
being druuk aud di-crdorly. Tho
same course was pursued with
Kumoiki who was charged with
disturbing tho peats and quiet
which usually reigns in this city
ou a Saturday evening.
Ah Kee pleaded guilty of sell
ing spirituous liquors. Sonteuco
I rank E. Lyun paid So and
costs on a ploa of guilty of as
sault and battery on W. Koberts.
Sueda pleaded guilty of being, a
common nuisance, his offoneo
consisting of leaving his ho?so
aud wagon unfastened.
Tho trial of D. Lualuaalii, ac
cused of larcony, went over until
Thursday, and that of A. L. Mor
ris, for smuggling opium, until
Building and Loan Aociation
Tho Regular Monthly Mooting
will be bold at tho Chamber of
Commerce ou MONDAY EVEN
ING. Docombur 7, 180(5, at 7:30
K3 Payments are required in
A. V. GEAR,
1 House on Kinnii street.
1 House on Kin.in streot.
1-2 Story Cottngo on Fort street.
2 Ootlfigos on Fort stroot.
1 Furnished House, Emma
G. E. BOAUDMA.N,
ime v opios
The cofTee used should be
ground very fine and placed in
the inner chamber. Pour boil
ing water over the cofiecr
cover and allow to remain on-
the stove six or seven minutes.
When the coffee is made, raise
the inner chamber and fasten
with the set screw to strain.
The clear amber coffee remains
in the Coffee Pot ready to serve. !
The inner chamber may be
lifted out if desired.
POINTS OF EXCELLENCE
1. Economy It is a cofTee
saver. In a short time it pays
2. By using" finely ground
coffee you are enabled to ob
tain every particle of strength
contained in the coffee.
3'i- The cloth being stretched
tightly across the bottom of
the inner chamber to strain
the- coffee, making a large flat
surface, the coffee, is strained
4. The cloth used on the
inner chamber being adjustable,
it is easy to remove..
5. There is no pl3e in the
inner chamber, Coffee Pot or
strainer to collect the sediment
that may make: the coffee
6. There is no reason why
you should not make coffee
exactly alike 6j mornings in
the year, without the slightest
7. The coffee will keep hot
longer, because the Coffee Pot
consists of. two thicknesses
instead of one.
8. You can make one cup of
coffee as. well and as satis
factorily as a pot full.
9. The inner chamber uiay
be removed and washed.., and
the clear strained coffee: may
be saved for lunch.
10. By not subjecting the
Coffee Pot to extreme heat it
should last a lifetime.
We have these new coffee
pots in one, two, three and
four quart sizes and sell them
at the San Francisco retail price.
We have also a fine line ot the
old fashioned earthenware tea
pots and something new in the
shape of improved tea strainers,
which are both ornamental
We have a full line of
kitchen ware in tin and agate.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprocket' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STHFjET.
i " .
w:u i fcs .. ir..j;f.
U IIUUIIl IlllUWllL; llll UHIHlil.wl i..i . i
to !. you thtv kceedinuly a"d StyJ 1S lfl ov,du,,co-
huge and beautifuf collection of
I IN SILVER,--.GOLD FILLED :
Some nlaiu. others Ifcnuti-
fully enameled; some as-Binall
nsa twenty live cent piece; oth
$ ers a littlo largor, sonio as low
j as six dollars, very few nbovo
M forty but thoso in heavy gold
,g Our medium sized wntcbtas
;j for boys me very attractive,
tf) Fetching designs, which v.iU
;'.' Fivo dollars buys a protljr
swell watch with us. All back
i ed by our "laoney back" eug
H. F. WichmasJ
J. I. WATERHOUSB
A ship loiuV of Ap;ateVfiS!
w.mld be a big, lot for one
store oven in. tho United)
Saf.cs; it's a btg. lot for Hono
lulu and more-ilian wo rocuir
eJ but vhot: we did get en
two sailing -vessels would ns
tonish tho people if t hoy saw
rJl the nrtkleo in one pUoc
Our stock of! Agateware is
.selected from ''Firsts" not,
"Seconds;" che quality is the
best that c,ni be made antd'Avo
sell it at th piece you uso-l.'to
pay for the- second quality..
This rnca3- a saving o?33:$J
per cent, because tho life -of ai
first-class price of Agate wax)
is a tinroi longor tnau owe-o! ;
the second, class.
When buying for thW j.
day season there is. mo ro
pleusuro in receiving cuse' fui
present, than in a bail' Dlc
Every- housewife los j r00d
China, and there is, imp Jhino
moro beautiful than, 4 j et of
Haviland. Wo hav.o- a com
plete stock of thisi va' f0 and
sell it m tull seta, or sino-lo
pieces so th-it if you wantto
fill up u set thab. 4fls been
brokon or purchase tt Jozen
plates or a couwe s et you can
J. T. WATERHOUSE
G. TZ. lloniduinn is torupornrily located at
corner of Qiuevi and Nuuauu Htioetn, ready
to attcud to nuy busluusi entvuttud to him.
Is well nipnifystod in the
Shoos wo havo stocked
Ut) with for tho season.
Hero ovnrv now sbnnn
j' kvery now Innlc that
makes n shoo raoro com-
fortablo or gives? it longer
life,, is found in the foot
wenr on salo. All the
boat makes ore represented in
i The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
51G Fort; Street,
. . .. Heai quart ers
G3?- Gr TIrnuosoL'ss 0zols.
Store, Iort t.
Presents its usual Holiday o
Season for Y
23?" .Early bcycrs ccouru tlio ' tiolce ot jU-ctlon fmm the l!net lilies of lbarciiiiuilir.
vjd CUrlal . mas curd.
lliuappV Iciither goodr., holld y IiooIih mkI bnokloli, gitnus for
parlor nml field, dolbiof oil si: :cs nud kimts.doll cirriancn, velo
cipedes, wnRoDB, tnrrors, but iy Hwiug clmirs, hIiuo lly rockt-n),
alphubtit Hnd builditg blookn, rubbur toys, iruu toyn, tin toyo,
wood toys, mechanical toyi i, niotnj nrul cliiun ten betH, rulls
crers lixs'io. (lower tksuo, w bito cbiut for piititini;, tuiuuciiro
nuil toilet h 'tH, trivoliiiK cas( h, brush sets, work boxes iiml Ims
keto. photo and autogtaph t Ibuum, holuhiy papvtoricu nud ta.
1 tiottory, silver mounted iuV. stands, desk pads folilew. sponge
cups, photo frnint'Croto .olTlco nudjiooket diaries for ltn, with.
miiBy-other urtieles.tliat must bo seen, to bo oppreciutud.
"A. Word to tho Wise is Sufficient.
iS-jv nta Claus is extremely
fcnjl of receiving letters from
the I" ittle ones. Ho generally
oflbr 3 a valuable prize of some
kinf i to well behaved children
and this year ho has notified
W" all, Nichol3 Co., who are to
n j as his agents hero, to offer
ha his 11a 1110 a beautiful French
drf ill to tho Honolulu girl or
fr oy who writes him the most
c riginal letter. Any little one
' andor ten years of nge may
compete for the doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
the lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write the old
gentleman a nice lettor; some
thing different from anything
you have evor written before.
You may ask your papas and
mammas how to spell tho
words but. tlje. thoughts and
good wishes should bo all your
On honor, now!
Letters may bo mailed in tho
letter box at Wall, Nichols
Co's store between 9 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Sth, and 12 o'clock noon of
December 2Jtlt, the day before
Tho doll will he on exhibi
tion in 0110 of their largo show
windows during tho above
period. The judges of tho
merits of the letters received
will be decided upon by repre
sentatives of tho press of
v 'r V-
this mammoth afcock.
X. K . .. .
I iiml V
Shoe Dealers. -3S3
Honolulu, H. I.
ttractions in Hovelties of the
oung and Old.
We havo been sitting on
the ragged edgo of a damp
cloud for tho- past two weeks,
contemplating tho result in
the ov nt of tho non-arrival
of tho S. G. Wilder with our
cut glass ware and other ar
ticles which wo had selected
for tho holiday trade. Yes
terday tho tension on our
nervous system relaxed; tho
Wilder arrived and twenty
four hours after this goes into
print, we will have 11 display
of fino goods on our counters,
such as never was seon here
The additional space re
quired has been obtained by
doubling up on our show coun
ters, tanking -now ones and
changing around some of tho
old ones on the second floor.
We're ready for business and
the number of sales of holiday
goods we havo mado during
tho post three weeks constrains
us to believe that the business
is ready for us.
By tho Wilder we have all
kinds of things suitablo for
Christmas gifts. Many of them
are in cut glass, and they com
prise: Saucers, Salad Dishes,
Rose Bowls. Pickle Jars, But
ter Tubs and Plates, Ico
Cream Trays, Decanters,
Lemonade Sets, Individual
Oils, Tumblors, Individual
Butters, Creamers, Smelling
Salts and half a hundred
Then there are Chafing
Dishes iu moro than a dozen v
stales. Library, Hall nnd
Piano Lamps, Crepo Paper
Shades and Silk Shades and
Von Holt Buildin