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BTBNINP BULLETIN, DOMBR 18," 1896.
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Black Glovoa with wbito stitching.
Colored Glovoa with colored stitching.
Real Roindoer and Kimberly Driving Gloves.
Tho largost nssorttnont of Ladies' White Linon Btn-
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Explain the NaturvorilU r.xhttiltlon
Editoii Eveninq Bulletih:
An articlo in your yesterday's is
sue touching on tho sale exhibi
tion of my works now open at the
Pacific Hardware art galleries de
mands a reply I feel should be
made in justice to myself.
Of tbo sixty paintings (CO cata
logued) loss than twolvo woro
painted moro than a year ago.
Of those soveral have been exhi
bited abroad. Tho series of vol
cano pictures is destined to tho
Bishop Museum. These, with a
few of tho above mentioned, were
put in to enhance tho interest of
tho exhibition rather than with
intent of sale (though that event
would add to the pleasant exoito
ment of the occasion) and will not
bo sacrificed at less than value
Tho remainder are tho result,
in part, of loss than two
years' work and study of
purely Hawaiian subjects.
The impression that tho exhibi
tion embraces tho ontiro outcomo
of my offortB these past few years
is also orronoous.
'Tho pictures on exhibition havo
been placed there because in my
own estimation they represent
most of tho hotter work of these
years loft unsold. In my posses
sion are enough canvases, studios,
sketches yes, and finished pic
tures to moro than quadruple
tho list of those exhibited but
which,, in justico to myself and
also to tho publio good hearted
ob it has proven itself to bo are
preserved in tho inner chambers
of tho studio as instructive land
Enough said. I fear I inilict
D. Howard Hitchcock.
Honolulu, Dec. 17, 189G.
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Bffi A full assortment if Stamped Goods for otn brod-
A large and vuriod stock f
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All sizes and
Booking horse--, swinging horses, polioo patrol wogons,
ig rockers, duxtors, shoo fly velocipedes, push carts,
oil ciirringos,wagons, wheelbarrows, stick horse chimes,
croquet sots all sizos, swings, airgnns, sohool drill
guns, uiagio lanterns, a complete assortment of games,
mocbanic.l toys, ohriatmas tree ornaments of all kiuda.
cossuquos und bon-bons,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Small toys of every kind.
Ldios' purseB, sterling silver mounts, ladies
and call handkorobiof bags, ladies' lambskin
E. W. JORDAN'S
There was no intention, and it
does not appear that tho article
betrayed any, to insinuate that
Mr. Hitchcock's exhibition con
sisted almost wholly of his older
works, or that of these tho display
was a promiscuous wholo of every
thing unsold ho had painted not
recently. Its main motive was in
reality a mild protest against an
opinion that has boon diligently
propagated, which compares Mr.
Hitchcock's lator with bio oarlior
works in a mannor liable, and very
unjustly, to prejudice tho high
morits of tho earlier. Glancing
over tho cataloguo tho author ro
cognized some works that had
pleased him greatly years ago,
and he has a right to
say that nothing produced
,ator has changed his feeling
iu regard to thorn. Oliaugo of
method in laying on colorB may
bo adopted with advantage, and
yot not dotraet iu tho slightest degree-
from the meritorious
"charaoler" of work in tho method
superseded. Nobody would dream
from a perusal of tho articlo in
question, that tho artist was foist
ing any old truck of tentative
studies on the market, or even
that moro than a small proportion
of the products of a known proli
fic baud, for all these years, re
mained to bo put up for competi
tion. O i
U.aertor Ituii lloitn.
Harbor officer Evans traced tho
dunnage of a desorter from the
British bark Oakbauk to the Aus
tralia. Ho fixed the aiding and
abetting business between two
waiters, oithor of whom fairly
well answered tho description of
tho person who had carried the
bug on board. Noithor would
eonfosB, when, placing ono in
charge of another policeman, ho
whs going to tako the othor to tho
station. Then the fellow squealed.
Ho Baid tho deserter was
staying at tho house of a Salvation
Army woman. Tho deserter's
plan was to follow his baggage by
another steamer. Officer Evans
had told the waiter that, besides
being himself liable to six months
on tho reef, ho should havo to pay
the desorter's passage to San
Francisco if ho got away by the
Australia. Tho culprit had pre
varicated by saying ho bought tho
dunnage, but letters addressed to
the deserter's relatives abroad with
pictures of himself were a dead
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