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Br JBi" " - --- ---- ovor, tho lamented Minister litis I ' - ISToljiCG n I i
Ki, j.iau.oua.i xsuuuity. earned tno iiiiocliounto icnioiii
January 1", IS')7, (ulllns on Him
duy, r Miirilay, Juiiuary 10, 189", will
ho olirerveil n Xutltinul llnlliluy
hiiiI all Uiive rimu'iil OMIooa thriuiKli
nut tht) U-ptililic wl I bo closed on
that il.iv. J. A. KINO,
Miliitilor nl tile tulfilor.
Interior OHice, liecf miiiT Ul, 1800.
51; Euer?ii)2 Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor
FMDAY, JAN. 8, 1897.
P C1FIC CABLE,
r. i i- i r i 1 1
It was behoved in Loudon, at i
the date of n recent dispatch, that
tho ropon of tho 1'HciUc Cable
Commission would recommoud a
state owned cable, and urge the
necessity for a special survey be
ing rando. The Commission had
adjourned until Decembor 29
the day our latest mail left San
Francisco in ordur that Secre
tary Ohauiborliiiu might bo con
sulted. A stnlo owned cablo
would doubtless bo th most ad
vantageous to tho universal pub
lic, in affording tho minimum of
both general an I pros into for
uiobsager. Thu udoplijii of tho
postal telegraph in Qro.it Britain
makes British trwiMtiou to gov
ernment submarine telegraphy
easy, and it is a woudor tho whole
world does not place tele
graphic fac.litius on the
same footing rs !o"er, parcel
and money transmission. Tluro
is not tho least doubt that if tho
United States Coiigrt8- could bo
induced to compose i'so f to a set
deliberation ovor tho mutter of
a Pocific cable, without any ro
feronco to Iho interests of specula
tors r.Bking for absurd and auda
cious monopolies, an American
cable would oven yet havo a
ohnnco of being comploted before
a British ono. B "ween Hono
lulu and San Fruucidco the Aino
rican survoyH aro ready for tho
constructors, while, as just been,
tho British projectors contemplate
new surveys between tho northern
and southern hemispheres. It
would bo much hotter for both
Americans and Hnwaiiaus to wait
a little longer for cablo communi
cation, 'lum to tio both countries
up with a monopoly for twenty
years with rates that nro known
to bo exoibitant. The opinion is
growing Ujoii Ii B i. nriN, with
ovory day's ci usideiation, that it
would bo pcifpctly safo for 11a
waii to establish a cablo to tho
Pacific Coast at hor own oxponto.
It would certainly ba largely
used by tho United States Govern
ment, which would havo tho
option of paying regular rates or
buying freedom of uso with an
annual subvention. Japan might
with almost certainty bo oxpoctod
to run a lino promptly for con
nection with tho Hawaiian link.
Surveys aro oxtant showiug a
shoal routo on tho t-ummit of an
olovation between hero and Japan.
Hogarding tho United States
surveys hence to tho Fuoifiu Coast,
it would be preposterous to imagine-
that thoy would not willing
ly, nay cordially bo placed at
the disposal of a Hawaiian cable
By fitly honoring tho memory
of the distinguished roprosenta
tivo of the Unitod States, who has
been ovortakon by death at his
post of duty in this capital, tho
Government aud pcoplo of Ha
waii honor thomsolvos and ostab
UbIi a now bond of friendly rela
tions between tho two countries.
It may bo that by his death tho
learned diplomat shall havo done
moro to make tho wholo vast Uni
on regard Hawaii with real nffoc
tion than tho most kindly diotion
of tho official dispatches in which
when ho lived ho roportcd upon
Hawaiian alTair?. Aphrt ftom nil
iiitoriiiitioiial foiiHidp.rations, how
ovor, tho lamented Minister has
onrncd tho nfToelionato loniPiu
bianco of nil residents who know
liini us n man und a member of
Managor Frawley's improB-dons
of lifo in tho Hawaiian Islands
i nro vory interesting, besides being
froor from mistakes tlinu tlu wiit
ings of tho averago visitor. Ito
falls into ii fow errors, sneli hb
stating that Japanoso lnborerB
ciuiuot slny .in tho country after
their coutrncts huveexpired, which
is about tho only ono important to
bo corroded. It is Chinese con-
I tract luborors only who are under
that condition of admission, a the
Japanese havo rights of residcnco
. . .
"l'OOIt IVHirK THANH.1
In n toll graphic summnry of
congressional procoodings the f I
lowing is found: ,
"Wnlktr (i-p.), f Mnso.ichu
setU, warmly ondorsed tho prin
ciple of tin civil seivico law,
which ho dtohirul was tho con
trolling principle of owry woll
lcgulutcd buinoss concern.
A remark of Walker's abo it
tho "poor whito trash" it" tho
south diow from Williatns (Join),
of Mississippi, an eloquent aud
stinging robuke. He charac
terized tliH bO called whilM trash
of the south us the moht lutigmli.
cent ihw muteri'il in this cuuu
try for tho making ol'manhoud
and womanhood. The south, ho
said, was today tho only Anien
can part of Amoiica and from
the "poor whito trash" of tho
soqth sprang Henry Clay, Andiuw
Jackson and Abe Lincoln. The
lattor's miignificont cour.ige und
keen sonso of humor wustouthoru
and "poor whito trush" at that
"Walker repudiuted tho sug
gestion tluit a slur was enntainod
in his roforonco to tho poor white
trash. Ho said ho had referred
to a class woll known in history,
who, before tho war, were exiled
to tho mountains and had the
contempt both of tvo wealthy
slave owners and tho uegn-es.
To llitte n Now l'mpallcr.
Tho Wittram p.ropuller that has
proven such a siccos3 on tho tug
Lteliauco is to bo placed on tho
flto.unor Czarina, aud when it s
in workit.p ordor tho big ocean
linpr Alameda, rumiii g to Sydney,
will l)p fitted with out; ol tho new
whoulf, und it is cxpuotrd that
hor running I me . .11 bo lessened
fr.iin thiee d i)s to week on the
tiip between tins iHt and tho
Australian Imilior.- ICx.iininer.
At 207 Meieliunt Street.
Peerless Preserving Paint Coiapy.
Gold and Silvorwaio,
Crockery and Ivurywiiro,
Whito Gruss Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker and Steamer Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Utc,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuunnu Strtot, Honolulu.
Real Estate Broker.
SOO Moroliunt Stroot.
FOR SALE and TO LET.
IIouro on School utrcet; parlor, several
Usdroomn, kitchen, puutry, outhoiiBcn ami
xtablo formerly occupied by Hon. W. II.
IIoilBe on itobello lane, Falania, !! bed
roomn, (llnlng-romii, kitchen, bathroom,
carriage hoiifio aud Btable, largo yard.
Houbo on Young Btrcotj jmrlor, 2 bed
rooniB, kitchen, jinulry, patent closet, etc
Lot oppoxito Luualilo lloiuo; healthy and
Furniahod Itooms; Property iu all parts
of tho city.
The surar season of 1897 is l
at hand, and now that wc
have fairly entered on the New '
Year it is time to think about
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business and making a little
money to spend next Christ-
iiiuo. rk uuiiui oav.u u u uur
lar made, as everyone knows,
and one way to save money is
to use a first-class quality of
Lubricating Oil. To those
who are as yet unacquainted
with the"Colorado"Brands, we
beg to say that while we do
not believe in decrying the
product of our competitors, we
do believe in stating the truth
as forcibly as possible,, namely,
that we have the finest Lubri
cants, that for density of vis
cosity, high fire test and per
fect working qualities can not
, be excelled.
i ne toioraao Dranas or.
, lubricants are the Diamond"C"
Cylinder Oil, Colorado Cylin-'
I der Oil, Extra Valve Oil," Red!
, Seal Valve Oil, bngine Oil,
I Dynamo Oil and Aachinery
Oik. Tlie.v nre the best and
. cheapest in the market.
j In addition to the above we
' cany a full ( line of lubricants
all kinds for plantation and'Hoi'Se Jewelry
We also desire to call atten
tion to our hand-painted oil
containers, which are useful,
ornamental and economical.
They hold sixty gallons and
will save their cost'in a month.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposito Sprookols Bank
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
p. W. pcpdft8$onf!
Invites to Select from (he
Fionch Silks and Situis,
Japanese Silk llandlioichiefs,
S lit It libons, Volv.ts,
UivssGo ds of owry deciiption,
Flauueis in all elms,
Skiitir.g, Sfiges, Lining, Cot
Blankols, Quilts, Sheeting,
Cm tains, Towels, olc,
Clothing, Shoos, Fancy and
Sweaters, Socks, Collars, Cnfl's,
Umbrellas, lLmdkoichii.-ft;, itc.
At Ridiculous LowiPrices
H. W. Schmidt f Sons,
Von Holt Illocl;, KIuk Street.
Talking - Tie - Talk !
Pre sh from tho factory.
PnmptliliiK llko two hundred
dozen. If It was for fault
in onila or make, that tho
prlcu broke, we'd can Udly
tell you. There's uo fault aud
Iho secret Is ours.
Maybe en mo of tliem could ba
matched for 75 couts on a squeeze,
but the greater number good
vuluo for a dollar.
At 25 cents, Btoro closing
time ought to see the last
of 'em gone,
9 Hotel Street
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Notice in hereby given thnt
the General Agency of Tho
Gerinunin Life Insurance- Co.
of New York, lids been plnccd
in the hands of Messrs. J.
Alfred Minimm l A. V.
, J- Alfred Mngoon will hnvo
"oltho collection of re
newul prvimutiiH onil will net
u8 the 'cMmpauy's attorney,
A. v GJM1 J,,,, a,t Mh J llt
fur flirt Ommmiiv
A. V. GEAR.
Oeucrnl A);eiit of llic Gurmtnln Life InBiir-wu-e
Cu. of New York furlliu Hawaiian;
Ulaiul. isfi-lm '
A.V. oear& Co.
Onire Slii King St
1 L. C. Abies k Co.
Qeneral Business Agents
Stccks Bought and Sold.
boas .vmiucii .imi Accounts AitjnHii.
Hills Buutjht EindNotHS
Fii"B and Life InguFBncb Ageqt
Of Every Dctcilpllon
At T. B. Murray s Carriage
I. have jnt opeuid my New Shop aud
am prepared to
iy old ana new
320 Fort street, near Merchant.
Gastem House Brol'cr anil statistician
General Business Agent
W. H. RICKARD,
General Business Agent
Will attond to Convoyancing in
all its 1'ninches, Collecting
and all Business Mutters
All BuainosH outrnhted to him
will rccoivo Prompt and Careful
Hcnoiiaa, Kamakaa, Hawaii.
A Now Abstraot Office.
Ab n result o 15 yoar's oxpori-
onco in tho Abstract Business, I
am prnparod to make Abstracts of
Title in n most thorough, accurate
manner, and on
F. W. Makinney.
Smith's Office, 818
In W. O.
The iimlcnlxncd lialnc teen duly appoint
ed Administrator of thu EMato cf C'liarled
Haiiuncr, latoof Honolulu, Island of Ouhu,
deceased, notice Is hereby glicn toallcicdi
lora of thu docmscd to present their claims,
whether secured by notes, morttrrves or
otheiuUedulr authentl"nted and Willi mo
pcr vouchers, If any exist, to tho undersign
ed within sW months from thu datu hereof,
or they will bo lorcver barred. And all per
sons Indebted to thu said deceased nro re
quested to make iinmidlatu payment to tho
undersigned at his olllce, No, Wii Merchant
Administrator of tho Estate of Charles
Honolulu, Dec. 18, IS!)5. 437.1ut
Consolldatea Sofla Water Co., L'fl
Corner Allen & Fort Sis., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 2i6, : : i : No. 210 Klngflt.
, o lPD
i " TPiJMWR
WE ARE READY
To supply your wauts in Men's Furnishing Goods with tho
most completn and choicest stock wo have ov.ir laid beforo tho
public. If you oie in doubt ns to what you would like to
present to your friend1 or relations, lot us show you over our
goods, and you will surely find something substantial and ser
viceable, that will gladden tho hearts of those who rccoivo thorn.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars and Cuffs, Ilandkorchiofs, Silk, Linon or Cotton,
plain or printed; Suspouders either Silk or Cotton;
Dross Shirts, Ncgligeo, Shirts and Night Kobes,
IDits airier IVIi o? Staair qe SEaai mtl Eeya
Smoking Jackets, Panama Hats, Puggarees in manv do
signs; Collur and Cuff Buttons, Bosom Studs, S'loovo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waists,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
Vali6os and Hand Bags, somo vory nico ones in Alii- '
gator; aud a great many other things.
ti A. ii HI RD A.8 HHJR.
Corner of Jfort and Merchant Sts-
lticfion Salts by W. S. Luce.
I am instructed by Mrs. F. S.
Pratt, to dispose of hor Waikiki
Property ut Publio Auction, at
my Salesrooms, corner of Fort
and Queen streets,
On MONDAY, Jan. 18, 1897,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
This oppuitunity of scouring a
Magnificent Wilikiki Boioh Lot
is undoubtedly tho finest over
offered and most cortainly tho
bost ohauco to clituiu n Superb
Seaside Residence, Tho loca
tion and Bathing nro par ox
collonco. Tho Property is thick
ly planted with woll-grown cocoa
nut and other trees, und woll
coverod with tnuuionio grass.
Tho Proporty has boon wisely
divided to suit tho requirements
of any intonding purchaser or
can bo disposed of in toto.
A Plan of eamo maybo scon at
my Auction Room.
SK" For further particulars,
W. S. LUCE,
l STOCK OF
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By tho Miowera tho other
dny, wo rccoived direct from
tho factory, a magnificent as
sortment of French China.
Among tho lr t we hnvo two
now stock patterns, from which
customers may select either
one piece or tun ch .en. In this
wny customers may roplnco
any breakngo at tho lowest
possible cost and without the
necessity of purchasing an
entire now set.
In this samo invoice wo havo
somo of tho most beautifully
decorated toilet sets ever shown
in Honolulu. These are made
of fine crockery and will orna
ment any wash stand.
A fad among Konolulu peo
ple is deouiuting china. At
tho exhibition by (he pupils of
Miss French at Onhu College
a short time ngo, somo beau
tiful specimens, tho work of
hor pupils, wore shown and
will stand comparison with tho
work of professional artists
abroad. Our stock which was
opened a day or two ago con
tains all sorts of pieces and in
many sizes. Thoy nro mado
especially for decorating and
Von Holt Block.
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