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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 4, 1895.
5f Eueiir? Bulletin,
Imunl itj Aflci noun K.xcvpt Sunday,
friim () KIiik Slrret.
J. T. STACKER, EDITOR.
TUESDAY, JUNE -1, 1S95.
Col. McLean luul iin opportunity
to become acquainted with the
incinbon of the Citizens' Guard
Saturdny night and loam from
them what loyal, and, by their
hospitality, what royal follows they
are. This brunch of the military
or police department lias done good
norvice during the last two years,
and as they will now be subject to
Col. McLean's orders to a certain
extent it w.i. proper that he should
meet the men in a body. The oc
casion was one which thote present
will long lemembi'i'.
Jut what good C. I). Wilson can
expect from hi- Mterii) the Adver
tiser this ni'.'iii'.n,, U dilhcult to de
termine. Thete same questions
have been put by other interested
people many times before, but as
yet no answers have been given.
Perhaps the most simple answer to
tho simple question, " Why has an
nexation failed?" . because the
United State does not want to add
to its territory by t iking islands in
the middle of the Pacific ocean.
Mr. Thurston can throw no light
on tho matter possibly because he
has nono to throw. The United
States has not asked for Hawaii and
tho people over there might object
to such an expensive alliance.
Tho Board of Health now adver
tises for tenders for paiai to be fur
nished tho leper settlement at Molo
kai. Unless our memory fails us,
somo two or three years ago paiai
was furnished by manufacturers at
Wailuku; the article was first class
in every respect and acceptable to
the people at the celtleinent.
When tenders were advertised i
Boinc Chinamen bid on it, and, be- k
ing much lower than the Wailuku
people got the, award. It was de
clared then that the Chinese would
THE PLACE TO GO TO
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is where you have the Largest Stock to
select from and the Greatest Variety of
Prices. Bring in Your Feet and we do
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
be unable to till tho contract and
recent events have shown tho cor
rectness of the prophecy ; complaints
of the scarcity of poi have had tho
consideration of tho members of tho
Hoard of Health and it is necessary
to ask for tenders.
Very wisely the board demands a
bond of $1000 for the faithful per
formance of the contract, and if the
quantity and quality is not right
the contractor cannot withdraw
without indemnifying the government.
The EvraiNO Bulletin learns
with deep regret that thero is an
individual in Honolulu who thinks
the editor of this paper is itching
to stir up a strife of some kind
among the supporters and non
supporters of tho government. Tho
individual complains, also, that the
Evknincj Bullktin is against an
nexation and for that reason is
pursuing a course opposito to the
wishes and the intorcsts of tho peo
ple. Let us ask right here, who
are tho people?
There is no one connected with
the Evkslvo Bulletin, in any
capacity, who wants strife of any
kind, and we fail to seo how a man,
with the faintest suspicion of gray
matter in his brain cavity, could
form such an opinion through
reading the editorial expressions
in this paper. We arc against
strife of any kind, political or
otherwise. Nor do wo boliovo that
tho man who makes tho charges
against this paper really thinks we
favor disruption This paper is
opposed to annexation only so long
as the countrj' is dependent upon
the production of one staple; in
crease tho industries and decrease
the danger of total annihilation of
sugar through annexation and wo
will favor it in every way. The
man who objects to tho policy of
the Evening: Bulletin would do
much toward relieving the anxiety
of the people if ho would tell them
what tho United States Govern
ment is willing to do with us on
the labor problem. Wo havo not
yet heard of any arrangement being
made and upon that ouo item
hinges the benefits or loss to tho
community through annexation.
Evening Bulletin, 50 cents per
i lii 1 1
May 29, 1805.
If the business in any one
lino was controlled by one ill
dividual, what would bo tho
result? If thero was a demand
for his waies ho would bo
richer than Croesus at tho ond
of a year and you would havo
to pay through tho noso for
what you bought of him. In
tho United States competition
has brought the prico of neces
sities down to a .stage whoro
neoplo may havo them and not
ho looked upon as extravagant.
If yoti will look around among
our .stock you will find that it
is made up largely of articles
for whieh yon havo every day
use. Wo have luxuries as well,
but, to-day wo tell you of
things needful about the house.
Agate ware for instance!
Tlioro'n been n scarcity in Coffeo Biggins
In town, but wo havo a stock of tlieru
That will interest everyone.
Wo get our goods in agate
ware from La Lance and Gros
jean, the makers, and they have
tho reputation of making tho
best goods in their particular
lines in tho United States. Wo
can got "seconds" from them,
but tho first quality is tho best
because tho enamel will not
Water coolora, handsomely painted out-
And enamel lined inside,
Small ones for a family or largo
Onca for a foundry.
Japanned wraro includes cake
tins, trays, crumb pans, cuspi
dors and lots of other things.
Tho prettiest and probably tho
most useful article ill tho lot is
a toilet stand, very neat as to
decorations and completo as to
detail in tho matter of articles
that go with them.
Tho one that will strike your fnuoy
Has a water tank that will
Hold sufficient water for the day.
The price of these articles is
not in proportion to tho value
of the goods. You got more
for your money than you are
used to, but then-compotition
has fixed that in the United
States we buy cheap and fol
low the same rule m'selling,
you understand the "Golden
Itetinucd Glue PoU and Slop Bowls
Are a new thing with us:
Bright and pretty, like a silver dollar.
And you can get them at a
prico that will amazo you.
You should have one of these
because they aro useful and
This js a fish-eating com
munity because the lish are
fresh and of an exquisite flavor.
All people do not know how
to cook them so as to got the
With one of our Agnto Stcnmora you
Can steam or boil your fish
And not loso tho flavor.
Thoso fish kettles vary in
size from tho mullet to the
ulna, and the price goes ac
cording to tho size.
Farmers' Boilers aro not
used in overy household, but
there is scarcely a plantation
on tho islands but what re
quires one; they are not to bo
found in evory store in tho
city, but wo havo a- few of
them to accommodate thopeo
plo who want thorn.
Among other useful articlos
lot us call- your at'ontion to
agato and tin basting spoons,
tea and coffee caddies, egg
poachers, chopping bowls, dish
pans, dairy pans and wooden
What is hotter with your chop
In tho morning than a few
Saratogo Chips? You can got them
By using one of theso slicers.
Our stock is complete in do
tail nothing old or shop-worn.
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE ft
Free from Danfcr of Explosion !
Free from Unpleasant Odors !
In using one of theso stoves you havo no long wails for
tho food to cook. Three Minutes after water is drawn from
tho tap it is boiling, when ono of theso stoves are used.
Tho expense is trifling, as forty-five- drops of gasoline a
minnto will give all the heat necessary.
ISP Call at tho Salesroom andiseo thorn in operation.
C. V. STTJKDEVANT,
Just a miunto. Wo want you
The many favorable testi
monials received from Horse
men both in tho United States,
and in Europe concerning
13oyco Tablets, encourage us,
in preparing for tho coming
season, to make every effort to
bring Boyco Tablets to the no
tice of everyone who is inter
ested in horses. A few of theso
testimonials will suffice to
show tho reputation Boyco
Tablets have obtained for
themselves throughout tho
To Horsemen who have not
yet used Boyce Tablets, we
would say that these tablets
represent the solid ingredients
of a most valuable Liquid Lini
ment prepared by combining
tho medicinal agents, recog
nized by tho Veterinary Medi
cal Profession to bo the most
effective in reducing fever,
strengthening stimulating and
imparting elasticity to the mus
cles and tendons; in purifying
healing, and softening the skin;
and in keeping the hair bright
It will readily he seen that
this" liniment in dry form has
the following advantages over
any other liniments.
1. Its great economy.
, 2. It requires much less
spaco to carry it.
3. It is much lighter in
4.. It is free from danger of
leaking, breaking, freezing or
5. Its ready solubility in
either warm or cold water en
ables the Horseman to prepare
his liniment in any quantity
and of strength in a tew mo
ments 'time. y
In addition to the ingredi
ents most popularly consider
ed by Horsemen as valuable
constituents of Veterinary Lin
iment, wo may say that, a
Boyce Tablet contains more
Genuine Witch Hazel than is in
a quart of the liquid extract;
TOR SALE BY
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Per Day 8 2.00
For Weok 12.00
Cpoclol Icntlily Hatoa I
Tho Scat of Attendance, tho Best Situa
tion and tho Finest Meala in this City.
If you want a stovo
that will cook well
and economically got a
A - greirt.
to know about tho f.ououi
Eucalyptus, or Extract of tho
fever tree of South Ameri
ca, and Sal-Lister, whose
valuable properties as an Anti
septic, Anizymotic and Prophy
lactic, aro accepted and ack
nowledged by all medical prac
titioners, also form a part of
Terke Haute, Ind.,
April 27, 1890.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
Gentlemen : After a fair
and impartial trial of your
Tablets, as a body and leg
wash, would say I think them
tho best in the market. They
aro very convenient to carry,
and when dissolved, produce
tho desired effect.
W. P. MAL0NEY.
Nov. 18, 18S9.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
Dear Sirs: I like your Leg
and Body Wash very much.
It produces the desired results,
besides being a great conveni
ence. Yours trul-,
New York Cjty.
.1 have given the Boyco Tab
lets a trial and find it tho best
thing for fevered legs, inflamed
tendons and sprained ankles I
havo over used.
Supt.- of Frank Work's stablo, '
157 W. 56th St.
Terre Haute, Ind.,
Feb. 14, 1S91.
Boyce Tablet Co.:
1 havo used your Tablets as
a Body and Leg Wash for tho
past two seasons on "Bessi
mer" 2:13, "Erwin" 2:242,
"Harrison" 2:20, "LauraboP
2:27; and all tho horses, trained
at Edge wood Farm, and find
them the best made.
HOBRON DRUG CO.,
WHOLESALE AGENTTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
G. E. SMITHIES,
Accountant, GollecW & Copyist,
Ofllco with O. D. Chaso, Safe Deposit
Building, 40C Fort Street. Telo-
tiyTho collootion of Government Bills o