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THE DAILY BULLETIN, APRIL iv-1895.
New Furniture !
New Furniture !
Per Imrk "Andrew Welch," Schooner "Robert Lowers" and
E2T Every variety, stylo and price in the Furniture- lino. Tho
boat and moat varied in Honolulu. (Jail and inspect our stock.
3STO 74 I-Ctris Street.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Offer to thu trade on the most liberal terow their
large and varied stock of
DRY and FANCY GOODS,
Boots and Shoos Jlatn, Shawls,
Clothing, Saddlery, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Furniture $P Hardware,
Bags, Bagging, Building Material, Crockery and Glass
ware, Groceries, Wines, LiquuM, Etc., Etc.
SOLK AGENTS FOR
Oolden. Oat lour,
Fort Sc QULeen. Streets
is otjr .axm:.
Ordway & Porter
Hotel Street, "Kobinson Block."
DOLLAR ABIS rOOBA.07.
Compared with tho ArUtccrncy of
lu n lecture recently delivered in
Boston Thomas W. llitfKinson drew
n comparison between "tho arito
cracy of tho dollar and tho aristo
cracy of tho grandfather." u tho
course of his aUdres ho naid:
, "Among tho points which are not
, to tho advantage of tho aristocracy
, of tho dollar in tho fact that tho
i power lies in tho money made, with
: out lotting in tho question of how
it is uiad. Onotuau invents a menus
I of making life smoother for mankind;
liw is a b"nfaotor to his r.u'i, and is
i lored anil honored liy his follow eili
1 zetis. lie enters thu aristocracy of
wea'th through tho door of his in
voution. Hut another man enters
tho same aristocracy by what T heo
doro Parker called 'devouring tho
houses of widows and Raying grace
after thu meal.' Wo hnve n vague
sort of prejudice against Jay Gould
and his methods of acquiring wealth,
(or instance; nothing speeilie, just n
vague feeling that all was not tu we
would havo lilted to see it. Another
objection to tho aristocracy of the
dollar is its lack of elf-respect. It
docs not want toa stand for what it
is. Tho old aristocracy of blood
believed it embodied 'the best' of its
tinio and place, but money wants al
ways to buy a grandfather. TLo
uew aristocracy shows its waakuoss
by wishing to staud for what it is
"Take tho matter of family crots
and coats of atms. 1 looked among
the eudlees rows of carriages at
Newport for years, thinking it would
bo good to boo on tho panels of some
man who had made his fortuuo iu
boots or hatt, perhaps, a bullock's
head or a beaver's tail. But I found
that when the aristocrats of tho dol
lar sot up family crests they go, ap
parentlj, to some 'herald who draws
for them grifllns, unicorns or dra
gons, animals from which no honest
yankeo ver could havo made a dol
lar. On tho other hand, tho aristo
cracy of the dollar has certain merits
and advantages over the aristocracy
of blood For whereas thf aristo
cracy of birth stood alwaji for tho
patt tense, tho aristocracy of the
dollar stauds for to day. The latter
is much nearer to us in tiuu. Tlieu
again, tho works of tho aristocracy
of birth, as evidenced by tho homos
of tho noblos of the Europe of tho i
middle ages, havo a tendency to '
drive people apart to separate
them. ( Thick-walled castles, moais
and ditches were all madtt for that '
purpose. Tho works of tho nw J
aristocracy are of a kind that brings ,
pooplo togothor. Thoy aro seen in !
railroads, telephones, 0tc, They are '
progressive. Iu England and in t
America tho two aristocracies look ,
down on tho rest of tho people. Tho
difference n soon iu the attitude of
these othor people. Iu England I
they look up with an awe that is al ,
mot-t bko reverenco to the ari&to
eraoy. Here uo ono wilt say that
tho richest is more than his equal. I
Thoro is only curiosity as to tho
doings of tho 'dwells' no'hiug
A Handsome Gift.
Hon. Edward Crosflev, late'y a
member of Parliament for Halifax,
England, offers to present to the
Lick Observatory. California, his
great three-foot reflecting teloscope,
with its dome and all its apparatus
complete It will cost .$3000 to re
move the whele outfit to California,
mid this amount must be raised by
subscription iu America. Tho largest
reflecting telescope in America is iu
tho Harvard University observatory,
which has a 28 inch aperture, and
tho largest iu the world is that of
Lord Itosse in Irolaud, which has a
72-inch aperture. American astro
uotners prefer rofractiug telescopes,
but there is extreme difficulty in
making larg lens for them, which
is tho reason why they aro not in
more favor iu other countries. The
announcement of Mr. Crossley's
superb gift has beou joyously re
ceived by the authorities of tho
Channroy M. Depew, the great
Amorican orator and railroad king,
only drinks champagne and that ex
clusively at his meals. He loves the
theater, but, more than anything
else iu amusement, enjoys the circus
and its clowns. Depew's people
wero Democrats but the groat man
was converted to anti-slavery and
tho Republican party, whoa just
coming out of college by a spsecu of
(Vom IT, S. Journal cMiHclHt.)
Prof. V.II.rike,whomiWc(ift specialty of Epllpjr,
Inn u Itliont doubt trcnlc (1 mid cured inoru cat tlma
uny living l'hyriclan ; liliicce It lutonUlilnc Vt u
units w Itli n larpi twain of lus nlwoluto cure, f ri til
ny sulTcrcrulio imytcnil their l',0.nnitKiirci nd
tlrtM. Wo silvUa unjrnno wHlilnco cure to uilJrtM,
i'ruf. W. IL IXUIki:, 1'. I)., 4 UiUr BL, Nnw York.
Prom New Zealand
Change of Climate Brought on
Perfect Cure Effected by Hood's Sarsaparilla
Belter Health Than Ever.
Jinny homes nrc suit lircniiFu of the
falling health of soino dear one,
mother breaking down under heavy
household cares, father weakened by
advancing years nml hard, incessant
toll, brother or slhter growing thinner
every day, or suffering from some In
sidious disease of tho blood. Such
homes limy be made bright and happy
again by tho retdorntlon of health und
vigor which will follow tho uso of
Hood's BnrMtpiirllla. It makes pure
blood and thus cure disagreeable
eruptions, gives nerve strength, good
appetite, nnd iierfeot digestion. Iu tho
most natural and heulthy way Hood's
SarMiparillii really makes the weak
st mug. Every suffemr should cam
fully mad tho following letter:
"2-JO King Street,
"I.a Croe, Wis., April at, 18!U.
"C. I. Hood A- Co., Imvell, Mass.:
"Dear Kirs: 1 came her' from New Zea
land and Australia twelve, months ago,
and owing to tho change of climate, clxht
months ago, 1 was taken very sick with a
severo attack of rheumatism In all my
joints' from head to foot. My right arm
was drawn so bad that I could not dress
Hood's Pills aro tho best after-dinner pllli,
assist digestion, prevent constipation. Mc.
HODRON DRUG COMPANY, WHOLESALE AUENTS.
Tho business of tho country it
settling into its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, tho cows in the
pasturo switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails and the cream it
richer in consequonce. Wo believe
we havo satisfied ovory one of our
customers who have taken milk from
us and we are in a position to sup
ply a great many more. The poople
who front choice nr necessity visited
Waialao during tho past two weeke
havo had an opportunity to see just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at the
richness of thu milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery are the
best. With the exception of a day
or two early in tho late unpleasant
ness our drivers have always been
ou time at our customers' residences.
We take this opportunity U) thank
those who have been p&tient with us
and to solioit a continuance of their
patronago. Wo will be pleased to
fill all orders telephoned to .us and
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free from adulteration.
Tiik WAIALAB RANCH.
l'er 8. 8. "AnstralU"
A SMALL INV010K OK
VOll BALK UY
KC J. 3SrOT,THl
myself or undress, ami some days 1 coult
not walk acrow llie room. Ono tlmo I
thought I should hmo to uso rrutches. I
was attended by two doctors ami they did
mo no pood whatever. Heading about
Hood's Sars.iparllla, 1 made up my nilinl
to give It a fair trial, nnd
I Bloss tho Happy Day
1 did, for tho good It has dono inc. I
can't speak too highly of It, mid I am sura
nil who sutfer with rheumatism, If they
will have the faith Iu Hood's SarsaparllU
and give It a fair trial, It will do thu lumo
for them as It has dono for mo. I am now
taking the eighth bottle and I can safely
jay I ficl ns well today as any d.iy in my
life. My ago Is JW years, and 1 liava
lived lu New Zealand slnee 1.1 years of age.
" I nm glad to learn from a copy of your
NVw Ilanncr' that Hood's S.irsaparllla k
now on sale In New Zealand, and that Ilia
headquarters Is at Chrlstelmrrh. I am wK
aciiulnted In that city and know many of
Tho Loading Drug Stores
there, some of which I will mcHtloa.
"V. P. ToWNSKNtl,
"Gould fe Co.,
"Cook & Itoss,
"j. h.vxtkii, -.. ,
" Stkvkkho.v, and others.
" I shall write to my friends In ChrlsV
church and recommend Hood's SarssparllU
to them. Wo also lived In Port Lyltlc ton
tho shipping port of C'lirlstchurch In
Wellington, Tlmarii, Omaru, and Dunedln.
" Wo Intend to go to New Zealand again
soon, and I shall be glad to uphold Uit
al)0o testimonial and advertise HorxTs
Sarxaparilla for tho benellt of other
"1 nm Mill taking Hood's SarMearllU
and Hood's Pills and feel bitter nml
stronger i ery day. '1 heso uudUlnes ee.r
tnlnly eel I iso nil other'), and must soon
have a lare sale In New Zealand.
"Mns. Amiiikw OnsTt"
Hood's Pills ono nil l.lwr lilt, lUMou
lm'sf.).iiinillce, ImllKCstloiSlcIc Healacliu.
$200, $250,. $275,
$375 and $550.
A WO -
$1000, $1200, $1300,
O. D. CHASE,
Safe Deposit Ttulldlni;, 400 Fort
Corner Nuosnn and Hotel Bts.
K. N. KKQOA, . . .... ManKM
Choice Wiuts, Liquors, Ales,
rOUTERS, ETO., ON DnAOQUT.
Half and Half on Draught
Hand-made Sonr Hash
MERCHANT - TAILOR
Flno Canalraoros, Sorgos,
White Linens, Eto.
Suits Made to Order
ON bilOHT NOTIt'K.
CLEANING, DYEING & REPAIRING
(). AKIMA, -10 Xuu'ami Street