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Daily Bulletin Supplement, October 31, 1894.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. P. Reynolds, : : Prop.
Presents for Everybody
tilkh Alway Taiki and Tlmeforn
Cash Price ara Mado.
HANDSOME GIFT BOOKS
At I'uhlMicrit' Price;
lllhlfxi ninl l'niver llook.
Klnu Society Note I'iiht In Inli'M
Xinni Cnrd, rnlenditn nnd llkli'l,
NOVELTIES of all Descriptions!
l'nlitninl l'nlnt Inir ltook.
Uciillllic I X It Klilve Mli'l llnxnrr.
llnlr Urn-lie ami Coinh.,
Vl'loolocdi: mill Wiikhiin,
Domestic Skwixu Machines
Hand ScwIiik Mnehlhc I-') V;
Slmvliit! Mii-ninl llriiln",
lliillnmfroiii $Mo I'p,
IDollS a"l TOVS
In (I rent Variety;
Leather (IihmW In l'uri"i, Plnrli",
Pocket Hook. Kir., KIl, hte.,
Drawing Mali rial.
And Don't Korjji't we linvo uddcd n
Ami nil Hiil(i'rlitlon will Imve
Ordiri lor Moilo by Every Stratum
Grocery v Store
3."2 NL'UASl" STT.KKT,
Hot wren Hotel nml KIiik h'lrvet. next to
Has opened u I'lpd-clitM (Iroicy Store
n nhovc. He will l.iep iilwuyh on hand
tliu llvtt nml I'reilicil
American and English Groceries
uvwuuu uuu u 0iiuu v.vv
Cuiini'd Cioods, lStc,
Ami do Ills le.t to iteM all
Yflfc- Pitrclm-ea delivered to till jmrts
ol tliu I'lty.
2v-u.fu.a.l Tolcpl5.n.o 257.
OEMIFICATE Or RCUISTRAT10N.
linn l-eii k-rnlil-il The. t' K llli.l
Co, lit lie lliip.irtiiirnt uf the Interior
for their Itoot lleer. Die eertllictle iloen
Itntiit unto the hul.l The I' i:. linen Co
tli ee ulve ll-e u( ilie aiil I riele Murk
(Itoiit lleer) lhroil!l nut He Unguium I
IuihIn for the term of . enr ilutlni; fri.in
the Will ility of (leinlier, l-'l, unil llnj do
tier-liy warn unyone Ufjiili.' iiifrlim'nt'
iiinii llielr rU-hiH, either in inn i hi f m' u rinj?
or llHiiullm; n eu lel Hoot llier.
Il-o-lw THK C. I, HlltK-s O.
The Eur up tan Lunch Rooms
UHUl'K SIM), l'roirlelor,
Hotel htreiit, ueiirly 0ii03itu llelhel
Flnt-Clas Meals at Moderate Prions
At nil Hours. PutrniuiKe Kolieiteil.
A Dependent Electorate.
Editor i5n.Lt.Tis: -
1 bate bought a copy of Godfrey's
Directory containing the list of
voters registered for the first elec
tion under our Republic. 1 find by
actual count out of th l'.UO names
therein contained about one fourth
(say 150) are either members of the
Government or drawiug salaries or
wattes from it exclusive of laborers
.under the Hoad Supervisor or other
branches of the Government. Of
thoso more than a quarter return
their occupations as "soldier," exclu
sive of those labelled as otliccrs, and
more than ouo-tliird of them, whom
a grateful government supplies with
board, lodging, clothes and washing
free, are classified as being ablo to
vote for Senators. That is they
must hare proved to be drawing pay
amounting to SM) n mouth or over
or have private incomes, making
with their nay that amount or over.
Think of it, Mr. IMitor! What is
the country coming to whon the
administration in powor (whether
now or at a future time), directly
controls morn than ono-fourtk of
the electorate through their salaries.
It is not as in the .States whoro all
ollicials nro elected and so directly
responsible to the people, iloro
they tire nil appointed and remova
ble by the Executive. Every oHlco
here is a presidential one, cither
directly or indirectly, down to the
man who handles a pick and shovel
on (he road. What opportunities of
corruption when wo get a Govern
ment not so scrupulously honest
and impartial as the present. And
again think of one hundred and
twenty men living in eao ou the fat
of the laud as droucs, not perform
ing ono useful piece of work for the
country, over one-third of whom
have Senatorial voters' incomes,
when so many 1'ortugucso and Ha
waiian can hardly liud bread for
their families or work to make vou
a liaro subsistence. Let economy
and retrenchment lw the watch
word, and let the savings clTictod
, be spent on public works so that
' the laborer and mcchauic may get a
share of the expenditure.
It. M. S. Miowora sailed from Ply
mouth, England, for Sydney via
Capo Town, ou the '2d September,
and is due at Sydney no October 1 1
Shn is to leave Sydney on the 1'Oth
instead of the 18th. which in the
schedule time, for Vaucouvor, but
will arrive here ou time nevertheless.
On the arrival of the M itinera the
Warrimoo will be laid up for a
mouth in order that her fore catiin
accommodation may be altered aud
her after hold insulated for the car
riage of 11,000 carcases of sheep,
and for that of fruit and other
tropical products iu a chilled state
She will also be supplied with im
portant auxiliaries in the engine
room mid with a linn winch boiler.
:.w accommodation of
tho Miowora has been entirely alter-
ed and the Warrimoo will also be
retuodellud to a corresponding de
gree. Ou tho completion of the
latterV alterations she will take the
place of the Arawa, which will be re
moved from this route. - IV. Intiu
In the ears, sometimes a roaring,
buz.iiiL' sound, are caused br rat-
arrh, that exceedingly disagreeable
ami very common disease. Loos of
...... .. WJ ..'. H..V. ........ ...
hiticll or hearing also result from
catarrh. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the
k'ruui. uiimhi pwriuiT, in n peculiarly
Mtcceshful remedy for this disease,
which il cures by purifying the
Hood's Pills are the best after
dinner pills, assist digestion, pre
Ladies who are ou the lookout for
Christinas proxouts should call at
the Ceylon jeweler's store on Xittt
aim st root, where they can buy the
best gems out from Ceylon at clear
ance sale prices. There are rubies,
sapphires, emeralds, pearls,cats' eyes,
ele. Also handmade laces, autl
everything is being sold out regard
Ush of cost.
LOOAL AND OKNEKAL SKWh
The lit m.kti is indebted to Cap
taia W. U. Godfrey for late San
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and N'uuauti streets, lodging by day.
week or mouth. Terms: 'J. and i0
cents per night; il aud 1.2.1 per
The Salvation Army was about
1'iBt uight with drums. Adjutant
Egner played ou the kettle-drum,
while private Kealakni banged on
the bass instrument. The contin
gent will be abroad again this ev en
tog. G. K. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Order
left at Hawaiian News Co. will r
oeivo prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to ihesamo - doiiM
A sailboat in which were Arthur
Fit.gcrald autl two mumbers of tho
Salvation Army capsized iu the har
bor yesterday afternoon. The bu.vs
were saved by a shoroboat after
they had been iu the water ten or
It was rumored about town earl)
Monday morning that the Japanese
steamer Xauhau had brought news
of tho arrest of C Afoug, the well
known Chinese merchant, in China.
Afoug, it is said, was arrested for
selling rice to the Japanese, the
price paid being tt a bag. Mr.
Afong iiad not hecu tried. The re
port is not believed by Mr. Afong's
most intimate friends and probably
umauated from enemies.
There is no medicine so often
n ceiled iu every home and so admir
ably adapted to the purposes for
which it is intended, as Chamber
Iain's I'aiu Halm. Hardly a week
passes but some mciulicr of the
family has need of il. A toothache
I or headache may be cured by it. A
touch of rheumatism or neuralgia is
quieted. The severe pain of a burn
l or scald promptly relieved and the
sore healed iu much less time than
when medicine had to be sent for.
A sprain may be promptly treated
before inflammation sets in, which
insures a cure iu about one-third of
tho time otherwise required. Cuts
aud bruises should receive itumcdi-
, ate treatment before the part be
come swollen, which can only be
done when i'aiu Halm is kept at
hand. A sore throat may be cured
before it becomes xenons. A trou
blesome com may be removed by ap
plying il twice aday for a week or
two. A lame back' may be cured
nml several days of valuable lime
saved or a pain iu the side or client
relieved without paying a doctor
bill. Procure n f0 cent bottle at
once aud you will never regret it
For sale by all dealers. Ileusou,
Smith A; Co., Agents for the Hawai
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
CASH PAID Knit
UaWSHiaU btaUipS !
mm m m ma
WrKWII.I. IH'Y R)lt CASH I.AltliK
l or Milllll IjllitlllltieH of I -eil llu
vmiIIiiu I'iiMiihi' hluiiii nt the follow I n K
iricet per hiliulriil;
l.hmiiii wined are torn lire no
vmiiiIi (1 til uiiv nriee, Aiiic
I'llll.Alhl.lhl h hXCHANOK.
I'. II. Ilox III,
!);j lt-h If Wiibhlli);tou, 1). ' ., I), b. A.
I. .1. I.WKY, leip.
W. It. DA 1 1 KY, Miiiuit.
DUiEY'S STOCK COMPANY.
WW lt-INH KKK- -s
Wednudy, Oct. 31st:
'lliu Alas oil C meily
Thursdny, Nov. 1st;
I'Iip lUll'ltlflll U.-lefll I I - I
Hnturdny, Nov !ld:
"The Black Flig"
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U'vv. 1171 HI
Inrnnr Hntsl Nunann Blri
CHOICE 1)1,1) -
Piimily Wines and Brandtes
133 Yeai'H Olci.
E. N. REQUA,
lirjli MANAOK.lt lnu
To All Lofors of 8oa Bathing I
win. UK Krr iw
wr- N II Hwclnl Areoniinndnllnn for
I.HiIIinhiiiI Children !i 'in
XTOI'H'K IS HKItKIIV OIVKS THAT
li nil cliiliiit iiKiiliiii the Criterion Sit
loon will he elileil hy Mr Ju. I'. Mor
itnu, nml nil oiiintiinillnt; neeonnt due the
1'riierlon Siloon nnd the Johhin lnme of
In II. Dee up to the ithnve ilule Mre litvnhle
to Mr 1.. II. Hee. All hllU IIU-lllM (,. II.
Die pliilne prerenl llilliieilhllely forint.
inelil. u 11. IH-.i:
Honolulu, Oi't. 3, I vil. t!,l ;tm
A MHKIM COrTAOK.OX
2 V. Yoiiiik ittreel, utnr
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I.AltliK KUK.NIHIIKD Lfltj. "-i
XX. Itooin fur hinitle uen- w3mlil
tlemaii bltunted oil Here- flnlK3
Unlit street, l.'i nilnilteii
wnlk from I'ost Oihce. Address "(J.,'
iiiim onice. niv.: xi
i KKW I.AIM1K AlltY
;V uillivH id rem on
niodernie leriin oil the
Meened llieir of ihe hli'ec-
KelH' IIHIlK IUi.ik Ainnv 10
tl.vi -.'in m (I.IKWIN CO.. l.'n.
l W AIMKI lr II1R
iiinrterH for one or two yin-i-le
(leiilleinen: hnnrit on-
tioiml; hntlilnv tHeillileii koih) Knr irtl-
lliUi If HUM KTIN IlKKU'W.
rpilK I'KKMIKKH ON
L Kohool Hint Milium
htreetN, lillely iu tliHoeen-
nutioii of Mr lleo. W.
Sinith, nml known hh "KehehiuiH," l-'ur
further iiurtU'iilnm hiiI hi the oiliie of
1UJ tf OKCII. IIKUWN.