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JBVKM1M0 BULLETIN, AUOUHT ItO, IBH7,
51? Euepip Bulletin
DANIEL LOQAN, Editor.
MONDAY, AUG. 00, 1807.
Maui is Boiny to semi two na
tivo lluwtiiinus to the Houso of
llnprcsenintivoB out of thrco to bo
olectcil. Tho other islands will
also elect a goodly proportion of
llawaiianB. These facts give the
lie to the statement made at homo
and abroad, that the nativo Ha
waiiaus are disfranchised in their
owu country. That allogianco to
tho Republic is exacted from vn-rs
affords no ground for such . iuue
meut. Allegiance, either born or
acquired, was likewise an essen
tial qualiGcation of voters under
-tho monarchy. Thev Hawaiiaus
have full opportunity to "get in
and ride" but not baok to the
monarchy. Some of their leaders)
who have later posed as rabid
royalists, were the very ones to
give tho principal cue to tho revo
lutionists of 1893 during tho pe
Tiod of legislative anarchy just
preceding. They led fiercely in
peisonal attacks on tho Queen,
-because she could not give them
the reins of power, and vainglor
iously had themselves written up
with portraits in the press of the
United StatpB as annexationists.
Their wonderful devotiou to roy
alty after they had aided in
wrecking it was an afterthought
when they had recovered from tho
'bewilderment caused by tho crash
ing of the fabric about their ears.
Many of the best natives in the
country gavo in their adhesiou to
tho now order of tbiogs from its
very inception voluntarily, with
out expectation of reward or fear
of consequences. Hawaiiaus are
gradually dropping in to take the
oath so much denounced, even
since it has become too lata to on
able them to register for this elec
tion. One oath book, casually
noticed at Judiciary headquarters,
shows the ink still fresh on a
number of Hawaiians' signatures,
of which that single book has a
dozen since the beginning of this
year. Another telling fact is that,
after the first term held under the
Provisional Government, none of
the Circuit Courts throughout the
group has'had any lack'of Hawai
ian jurors, although thoy have to
tako the same oath that ia requir
ed of electors.
Don't you worry over the
"masses" of tho future. If they
are not to bo Anglo-Saxon in
majority, thoy will have Anglo
Saxon rule. History has not be
gun to produce examples of that
race in retreat from any position
For a long time tho Commis
sioners of Education have been
one short of the legal number.
"With tho appolntraont of J. J.
Egan the quota will be full, while
the board will be strengthened in
business talent. .
Let tho platform of the Aniori
can Union purty bo ouo of prac
tical things, and not of high
sounding platitudes that moan
It is for tho voters to say, now,
whether an income tax law shall
bo passed at next session. One
that will hold water.
City Carriage Co.. J. S. And
rade, manager. If you want a
haok with good horse and care
ful driver ring up Telephone 118,
oorner of Fort and Merchant
Btreeti?. Haok at ull bourn.
Bingora lead tho world. .Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition for cxccllonco of
ioustructionreguhirity of motion,
enso of motion, groat speed, ad
justability, durability, oaao of
iearniug aud convenience of ar
riuiRumoiit. 13. liorgorsen, agont,
lOi Butliul streota.
COVEMXD VITH COOL LINEN rOlt
ITMifiil tniliMirn, nu I'Ibm, 1'lrMurn Vnrlit
or Ocean tuir Directions For Mak
ing the CTr Collet CcUrtkad Flow
er Introduced Flllowa For Student.
Tho idem of n linen pillow U evepeclul.
ly root mid refreshing In tho huiiii r
ffnpon for'uso In tho bedroonf, on tho
piiwza or for carrlugo uto, nlco for
dfsion ron nAnr's mllow.
lounging chnir or cabin on board the
pleasure yacht or ocean Htcniucr. For
tho babies, however, Hum pillows nro
called for all tho year round, according
to n writer in Tho Lmlios' Homo Jour
nal. Tho cover for a cot pillow, illus
trated in the journal here quoted, in
worked on n largo, fine, hemstitched
Tho arrangement of tho wreaths ia
quito a novelty. Tho manner of tho
flowers following tho lino of rings ex
actly is fiomewliat unusual, but very ef
fective when worked. If tho pillow is
finished with a frill, tho scattered blos
soms may also bo repeated upon it with
advantage. For tho back of tho pillow a
mcoihI h.uirikcrcl)ic4 is required. Tho
two may Lo joined by ewing careful
ly through tho hemstitching or button
holes placed to correspond on the under
one, thus admitting easy removal for
laundering. The forgetmenots in the
design may lo rendered in natural col
ors or in white deliiutely hh.ulcd with
Tho Htipiniercnrriago pillow is slight
ly oblong. Tho motho is wild rose?
worked in natural colors with bowknots
uf palest lemon color. Tho embroidery
is executed on very sheer linen or grass
lawn, with a colored Boft silk lining
cither of pink, yellow or preen. Tho
pillow hero considered predicts n finish
of silk cord of the sumo color us tho lin
ing, twisted with white, but if preferred
a deep ruillo of hemstitched lawn may
be substituted for tho cord This should
havo single rose worked on it at in
tervals much smaller than tboso on tho
pillow. Thcso need only to bo outlined
in long and short stitch, with French
knots for the stamens, whereas the de
sign on the pillow itself should be
worked in solid embroidery.
Tho suggestion given for a yacht pil
low is a flight of swallows flitting from
home. Tho pillow is of white linen of
a heay mukn or of n liray whito dgcl:.
No cushion receive harder treatment
than tho) which help to decorate thu
room of the college student, consequent
ly durublo mutirial should ho selected
for the covers. Among tho best aro the
colored linens. The simplest woy io
ninko thcso cushions is to make the
sides of two colurs aud finish tho
edges with a rufllo of tho colors ie
ersed, or with a cord of thu two twist
ed together. Tho class color and flower
should flguro in one way or another in
tho collego pillows. For instance, a
Dartmouth pilluw may show one side
of green liucn, with a corner decoration
of D. C. in old English letters worked
in whito linen llo-s. Thu other side of
white, with "Thu Old Pino" iu green.
Tho edgo lluisli is a whito cold.
A Uniersity of Pennsylvania pillow
may bo mado of strips of rod and blue
linen, 2s, im'lies wide, tho edges turii'd
A CARRIAGE PILLOW.
in and the stiips woven together iu
basket funhluii. Al c.ieli coiner of thu
checkerboard squares is u ciosa stitol) in
gold thread. Thu edge of this attractive)
pillow is finished with a led and Liluo
silk braid fully hulf an inch w ide.
Columbia's blue and whito and tho
black and orange of Princeton both lend
themselves well to similar treatment.
I-Mh to Crotou llugK,
IIuvo you evei tiled burning Persian
insect powder iu an infested room to rid
ft of crotou hugsi Tho fumes kill many
tif tho jiestH unci stupefy nil tho others,
so that they diop to the fleioi iu count
less minibus. First, oloso all windows
and doois mid put out Hi" light. Then
piano about iu pun some of the insect
peiwder loosely twisted in paper. Apply
a mutch and await it suit. Sweep up
tho eh fcutcd pests on it dustpan ami
throw in the the. Ufoiu any li.uo an op
portuulty to iele lti'peut this ope ra
tion two or llireei lilj, liU In sure rhHlon,
until yon liuwi I'leaueil thu hugs nil tint.
Evtniwj llulltlin 76o ptr month,
August 30, iSttf.
This week we desire to call
attention to the merits of the
well-known Alaska Refrigera
tors, which are guaranteed to
be all that is implied in the
name. Below are a few of the
1. The Alaska is construct
ed upon strictly scientific
principles, by which low tem
perature and dryness of air are
naturally and jnevitably ob
tained. 2. The Alaska has pre
served fresh meats perfectly
for three weeks in the hottest
h The Alaska produces
better results with less ice than
4. The Alaska possesses
the onlv provision chamberree
5. Between 'the outer and
inner walls there is an inch and
a half space filled with pure
charcoal, and experience ex
tending over three and a half
years lias convinced us that
the Alaska is, without doubt,
the bestrefrigeratoronthe mar
ket, in construction, in power
to preserve perishable goods,
in economy of ice, and in fact
in all points necessary to make
them first-class in every re
spect. We have them in several
sizes at from $15 to $2$, and
also keep the Alaska ice chests.
Call and examine at
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Opposite Spreckels' Bank
AT THE -
Mqgfeoq Billiard p&rioi
Tuesday, August 31st,
At 8:30 o'clock p. in.
1st PrIe Gedil Medal value $20.
i!d PMh hllvtr Medal value $10.
Kutries will be received until 0 p. m.
Saturday, August 28.
Entrance Fee, $1.00. b!)5 5t
Florida Peach Trees
can secure them by
leaving orders with
' E. W. JORDAN,
Till September. Delivery dur
ing Dee-e-ailie'r. 677-lin
The Property belonging to the Ha
waiian CeilTee and IVu Company, ln
oludiliir Laiulri, Leasee, Cofl'ee, Itulld
itiKH, Toeilij, etc., Ik altered for H'lle.
For pttrtleMllars, apply ut the ollle-e i)f
Messrs. F. A. Heiliuefer & Cei., or the
olllcu ut the Munagerat Kailua, Ha
iWuil. Per order
W. W. HALL,
091-tf Secretary H. O it 1'. Co.
For a term of flity jean a few Wal
lclKl Ite-uuli ,LuU at a leiital of $70.00
per annum. 'Apply at nm e to
A. V OH U ,Ss CO,
lU King street.
Telephone 2VJ. 05-lw
JAS. P. MOKGAN,
MJOTIONEKU AND BTO0K HltOKEll
No. 15 Qui ui Strut.
Uipoit Apprniuamont of Ileal
Eututo mul Furulturu.
The Latest Model is reduced from
SHEET METALS-A short
term applicable to a largd variety
of useful goods. We have them
in stock. Sheet Tin in sizes 12x12
to 32x81 inches and weight from
IX to xxxx.
PLAIN' SHEET IRON in
gauges from Nob. 12 to 26 and
aizes from 2x7 to 3x10.
GALVANIZED SHEET IRON
in i similar gauges up to 4 feet
wide and 10 feet long.
IRON Suitable for Locomotive
and other Boiler Jackets, Cylinder
Jackets, etc. Size 30x84. Nos.
10, 12 and 10.
RUSSIA IRON-ThebeBt qua
lity of Sheet Iron known to the
trade;-lias a fine mottled surface,
hard as steel and yet pliable in
the highest degree. We keep it
in gauge from Nos. 10 to 1G and
in size 28in. wide SGin. long.
SHEET ZINC From Nos. 8
to 14 in sizes from 3x7 to 4x10.
JOHN EMMELUTH & CO.,
' 227 and 229 King Street.
Dealers in Stoves, Kitohen TJtensils, Plumbers
Supplies and Sheet Metal.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Is open for buBluene. Portraits of every description upon tho bent
Papers, Plutluum, Iridium, Meio tint, Carbon, aud all other imperii
known In Photography, lient work miarantued at moderate prlueH,
Uaiiikktb from (d X) nur Dozen. Plotiiren tnaelu Life Hlzo direct.
Appointment inucle liy Telephone '102. Hole proprletorH of tha,
lluh.Htrllef ami Iiiilium pioc!L'HnH, Luo collection of recent Inland
ipMJVJ LO q00.
Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Sole .Agents for the Islands.
SHEET COPPER Braziers
Sheets, Cold Rolled, Planished
and Tinned in sizes from 14x48
to 36x38 aud in weight from 12oz.
to 32oz.; also a small assortment
in the larger sheets up to G-loz.
SHEET BRASS A small as
sortment in various sizes and
gauges in both Low and Sign
Besides the above we carry in
stock a quantity of Brass Rod,
Copper and Brass Tubing, etc,
making it possible for ub to manu
facture anything that can bo pro
duced in Sheet Metal. This
branch of our business will have
careful attentiop in the future.
Information or estimates prompt
ly furnished and orders filled to
specification on short notice. We
want your trade and will Nen
deavor to merit same by strict
attention to your requirements.
Corner Fort and Hotol StreotB.
We have Jmt receive d a lnr(R ntook
of Hcheiol Supplier Including Compos),
tion ami Neto Booko, SiTtiicli Pads,
SUtes, Penuiln, 6c. anil 10c. Tauleta,
etc. AIho a lurJe luvolco of Visiting
Cards, Fancy PapeterUs aud Crepe
Some of the new books that we have
luatirot In are: "Eeiualltv." bv Eel.
ward Beliamy;"HewToTell nBtory,"
uy juurK iwHiu; "ine Martian," by
Du Maurler; "A Story Teller's Pack,"
by Frank R Stockton, aud Mahan'a
"Life of Nelson." We re the Exclu
sive Agents of Milton Bradley & Co.'s
Kindergarten Supplies and are con
stantly receiving new novelties in
Our News Department still retains
the Leading Magazines aud Periodi
cals ot the world.
What do you do when your volumes
of magazines are complete ? Do you
lay them aside.thlnkiug to have them
bound sometime? or do you have
them made luto ulce pretty books be
fore they get iu Induced ? We bind
them strong and substantial In a way
that will ornament any book shelf;
and the price you'll be surprised
when you hear it.
Iu one of our windows we are dis
playing a special lot of "Hlgh'Grade
Stationery" that we are selling very
Remember that we havo a well
equipped Printing Office uud are pre-
Imred to print anything from a Hand
illl to a Barndoor Poster.
All Registered Voters are requested
to be present at a meeting of thu 7th
Precinct, 5th Dlntrlot Club, Amerlcau
Union Party, MONDAY KVENINCJ,
7i.'I0 o'clock at Ilofonu School, I'ulamu,
Per oreler of
UHAIHMAN CKNniAL CJOM-