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S Ever?it) Bulletin
DANIEL, LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, 189G.
Soino of tho votnrans who wore
nt tho camp firo tiro expressing
TPgtot tlml tho proseuca o nil of
tho Cabinet Ministore of this Bo-
public was not officially recog
nized in tho proceedings. Thoy
and doubtless nil present would
linvo liked to have tho Hawaiian
Government toasted, with a res
ponse from Minister Coopor or
any or all of his colleagues. It is
nlso remarked as an omission that
tho Sour of tho Devolution, con
spicuously represented by the
Ohiof Justice, were not compli
mented by any open attentions.
Prolvibly tliosu omissions wore
duo to a miscalculation of time on
tho part of the master of ceremo
nies. Hawaii has no leason to com
plain of the standard of public
epeakors tho. United States sends
horo as diplomatic representa
tives. Miuister Merrill was a
man of moro than average orator
ical ability. Pollowiug him cumo
Minister StovenP,a finished orator
though of tho old school. Minis
ter Willis has scarcely if over had
Ill's superior 'for offhand and en
gaging public speech in this
country. His address beforo tho
G. A. B. Inst night was a great
British Columbia nt present is
an Eldorado scarcely second to
South Africa, or oven Australia or
California in oithor of their most
golden days. If abundance meanB
reduction of rel-itive value, the in
creasing gold output of the word
may before loug extinguish the
One of tho be.-t bits of tho
voluminous writings about Li
Huug Chang which haB appeared
w reproduced in this paper. It
is accoini anird by the only cor
xoot portrait of tho distinguished
Oriental statosraau which has
cvor boon published in Honolulu
'ijii riiii: or vki-khann.
Gontinved from M Page.
Some of tho rising gono ration
knew oven moro about the wars of
jincient history than thoy did
a tout tho great war of their own
wiuntry. He told of a French
veteran who got into trouble with
the authorities and was itnme
liitt'ly released with profound
respect on dinplayiug the cross of
tho LeL'ion of Honor. Tho time
nas coming when to bo a veteran
f the Civil War would bo ac
counted the highest honor.
Captain Appleton was intro
duced as n globe-trotter from Mas
BHchusetts, und spoke eloquently
of tho similarity of institutions ho
.found iu Honolulu with thoso of
Now England. Referring to tho
different Americnn patriotio or
ganizations here, ho paid a tribute
to the bravery of Geo. "W. Do
long, tho patronymic of tho local
G. A. R. Post, and spoko of Cap
iain Wiltzo of tho 0. S. S. Boston,
i r whom tho Sons of Veterans'
eamp is called, as ono whoso name
m-uld ouduro for his support of
Amoricau principles in theso isl
ands of the Pacific. Leaving local
iters ho would express Ins great
ieht nt meetinu thut night with
xi comrades of more than thirty
years ago. itotorrmg 10 ueuorui
HnitweU as too inodost to uttor
ovori a suggestion iu hiB own
praise, ho wauted to toll thorn a
littlo of that gentleman's gallant
war record. General Hartwell
was the first captain commission
ed in tho firBt colored regiment
raised in tho North. His bravery
was attested by wound marks.
Tho speaker closed ono of tho
ibrst spoocheB oE tho evening by
telling of tho message ho would
take back to Boston,of tho abound
ing evidences of patriotio Ainori
canim he found in Honolulu.
Bev. J. M. Monroo was called
to respond to "Our Visiting
Comrades," lioing introduced as a
1 C l.ik.nnl f!l flni 'a lll-
Yt'lOraU UL VJUIIUIUI uiuuwu a in
n'fiion, who had lost a limb at the
Bietin of Vicksburg. Mr. Monroe
hardly folt like a visiting com
rade that night, so homoliko woro
all tho circumstances of thoir
Catherine. Hero ho heard tho
samo rallying songs Unit wore
heard all ovor the United States,
and ho was happy to meet nhiler
tho flags of tho two ropuuues.
This camp firo was differont from
those thoy surrounded more than
1 thirty years ago. Their comman
der would say: "INow, don't do
stroy theso peoplo's property.
Don't brenk down their feucos;
just take off the top rail." The
consequence was that thoir fires
woro not ouito so larao as this
ouo. Then tlnv did not hao
their wives and daughters beside
thorn as was tho case that niglit. ,
Tli -ir wivps nnd sisters
ilaughtors woro by tho hearth- er seeds for the latter s wile,
stones, and too much could not bo ' . . , v i.
said of the patriotic wot k done and received a genuine Yankee
about the hearth stones in that , acknowledgment. The latter
troublous tune. In conclusion ho i
again oxpressod his pleasure nt thanked the member for the
being present. Ho hoped to fur- ..,- -PPA sn k-inHlv sent
uish a lecruit for tho local Camp , t,ower seedS S0 K,na,y sent
of Sons of Veterans iu tho persou "including sweet peas and
of his sou, and desired to improvo , ... e.
his acquaintance with the com- other varieties of long, unpro
rades of tho Grand Army. i n0Unceable, unintelligible, ro-
Comdr. Greene humorously re . ... , ,
forrod to tho contention that had ' mantic names. We have plant
raged for years in the local Post, ed the seeds the jetter CQn
as to which arm of tho sorvice ,
infantry, horse or artillery most tiliued, "and if they grow We
credit was due for putting down ... , ,. n ,,,. i i, iu
tho rebellion. Ho was going on I will use the names to tram the
at somo length and nobody knew ' vines Oil."
wtin.n fin ...tin -.rl..v ir al'rf .irtvf '
until ho suddonlv proposed tho
henlth of "The Press."
Mr. Fnrringtou, editor of tho
Advertiser, boing asked to
respond, told of a representative
of tho press being tossed in a
blanket in a Maine camp, and
concluded with a tribute to tho
usefulness of the war correspon
dent, not only in telling the story
of the struggle to people then liv
ing but producing a valuable
record for posterity.
Prof. Cook whoso profession
of music gave point to the inter
lude protested, iu reference to
the Commander's romnrks, that
tho band was the leading factor in
A vote of thanks to Comrade
and Mrs. Wright for their hospi
tality was passed with hearty ac
clamation, and tho proceedings
closed by tho singing of "Amer
ica." As the vetornnB arrived, Com
rade Wright asked thorn to enter
rtheir names on a roster, oivinc
age, rank, command, and Stato in
wlioso troops thoy served. Some
of them coining lata did not outer,
but thoso who did nro given below,
with ago and Stato only, as a fow
omitted to givo their runic. It may
be stated here that an omission
occurs in the morning paper list.
A. S. Hartwoll's rank on retire
ment was brigadier general Unit
ed States voluntoors, aud is so
entered on tho roster, theroforo
tho title "General" is not ono
given to our honored fellow-townsman
merely by his friends. Goo.
do la Vergne's rank is lieutenant
colonel. Following is a list of tho
voteraus signing the roster.
J. N. Wright, 05, N. Y. ; B. J.
Greene, CO, ll. I. ; W. U. Plnee,
55, N. Y. ; J. M. Monroo, 52, Ohio;
James Dodd, -18, N. Y. ; Samuel
McKoaguo, 48, Penu.; Frank P.
Hemou, 51, Iowa; W. H. "Wilkin
son, 5G, N. Y. ; Bobt. Nelson, 50,
N. Y. ; S. M. Dodge, 50, Illinois;
Tlios. Phillips, 51, N. Y. ; H. J.
Bhodes, 01, Ohio; W.F. Willinras,
03, California; A. S. Hurtwoll, 00,
Mass. ; C. B. Edwards, '19, Iowa;
Goo. do la Vorgiie, 57, Ohio; N.
B. Emorson, 50, Massachusetts;
Win. McCandless, , Iowa; L. L.
La Pierre, -19, Conn. ; AV. L.
Eaton, 51, Illinois,
Among tho guests present were:
Hon. A. F. iludd, Ohiof Justice,
and wife; Hon. U. E
Minister of Foreign Affairs, and
wife; Hon. J. A. King, Minister
ul iuo xuiunorjixon. o..u. jjamon,
Minister of Finance; Hon. W. O.
bmuli, Attorney lienernl; His Ex
cellency A. S. Willis, United
States Ministor, and wife; .ludge
do la Verguo, E. P. Dole, Depnty
Attorney General; W. W. Hull
and wife, Mrs. N. 13. Emorson,
H. R. Hitchoock,Doputy Marshal:
W. E. Howell, Superintendent of '
Public Works; Clarenco L.Crahbe j
nnd wife, Mesdnmes Greene, AVil-1
kinsoii, Wright, La Pierre, Mc
Candless, Deverill, Hemen, Mc
Keaguo und Logan, Mr. and Mrs.
Moor.?, F. W. McChesney and !
Wundonherg, Lyc'ott and Eaton, 2,
Lylo A. Dickoy 'W. TT Wright and
representatives ot tho Advertiser,
. Star and 13ulletin.
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R1ES AND ONE
A New England Congress
man risarntly sent one of his
-nn-f:fiw,nf- n nrt-trt nf flnw.
-"-'" '- i" 1
In the same connection one
tells at the capitol of a visitor
to a committee.- room who
r j 1 rnntrrownnn clorlfc
touncl a congressman s clerks
busily directing seed packages.
"What are you doing?" the
"Sending out garden seeds."
was the answer.
"Seeds?" said the other.
"This late in the season you
ought to be sending out vege
tables." You may think it hard to
find the moral to the above
stories but we know better. It
is concealed in the oven of one
of our lately imported
Model St. Clair Wood
You buy the stove and we
throw in the moral. These
model St. Clairs are truly
"model," for they are perfect.
They have every convenience,
including spacious oven, and
in addition a commodious hot
water tank situated at the back
of the stove. A six-hole cook
ing surface is sufficient to do
the cooking of a large family
and these stoves are built for
that purpose. They are solid
and substantial, are tastefully
ornamented and sell for $50.00.
Should you prefer a range
we can recommend the "Gol
den Anvil" as the best made.
These are built of steel through
out and burn either wood or
coal. We have them in two
sizes, $$0 and $6$.
You may need a handy Ian
tern fnr the hnrn Wf hnve
l.i ., , .. . .
' m Willi glass Oil containers
instead of tin. They are much
neater, cleaner and nicer than
the old style and your fingers
won't smell of Kerosene after
handling them. They only cost
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprockets' Bank,
NO 307 FORT STREET.
' HSwA ' V
SEl'TEMBEB 23, 1896.
that wo aro prepared nt
all times to do your Copper
Plato Engraving and Printing
on Cauls, Wedding and Society
Also, Fino Monogram Em
bossing, Address Dies and
Stamping in colors or plniu.
Cards from your plate 81 SO'
I H. F. Wichman,
Don't you need a watch?
Oao that you can depend
upon. The kind we soil.
We nro selling Walthnms
in a dust proof caso for
and fully warrant them in
Wo sell other makes,
some as low as $5.00,
others as high as 200.00.
Our stock is so large, wo
would take pleasure in
helping you to a watch at
so low a price yourpockot
would not feel the lift..
No pie plates sold, ut
most reliability in every
25 and 50
Just Received ex
"Archer." . .
Every piece of our
4 Ply Hose
Also, a supply of
Oastle & Cooke
i.&tv.'wt'WuiA. 4&W i'W M
79 S vm
i il W m v 51ltl GmiiAM
m n h u I uwul
0 N mm . .
' $? m VnV Hi and our knowled
( j m M ivll shoo makers mid
f?l M 51 n W ducta mves us tl
Ia If v nw to ln,y t,J,e
Va : fM :C- maue, wiui ren
i? raC il S l
. "" m " iiiiuu wo enn nil
II ! "- O
the best shoemakers m the world and pick what best suits-our
trade and wo don't know of anything tco good for the people
of this town.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Bier Shoe Store. 510 Fort Stropt.
:'. n iMWvTffrT
It you aro thinking of getting n
Bicycle, now is tho time to got
one while they last. Thia olfor of
riAHULEi'.H at S75.00 is not a cut in
prico, so don't wait expecting to
seo tho price come any lower. Wo
are otfering loS) wheels at this
prico and there aro but a fow loft.
This whoel is fitted with tho
Great Gr. & J. Tiro
which has proven bo satisfactory
in this land of the
Wo also havo a stock of tho 189G
wheels both ladies and gouts which
wo aro offering at a low figure and
on easy terms. Como in and have
a look at our wheels and satisfy
yourself that we aro in tho Bioycle
Stop and think how many Nick
leB and Dimes you might save
had you a wheel. A rido to Wai
kiki is not only n plensuro but a
suro saving of health and strength.
You will find new vigor by thouso
of muscles novor before brought
WHEELS THAT LAST AND BOH'T COST YOU
THEIR VALUE FOR REPAIRS.
E. 0. Hall & Son
Oattok, NiEi.LiteCo., i : : i : Proprietor?.
John Nikm., :::::: : Suierluteudeut.
General Repair Shop!
JOBBING A SPECIALTY
Qncoii street, betweeu Alaken
and Illclmnlti sheets,
.-.' .jW ..W', uLAuibUtV jjjAju,
sZTZ TTTkN Tk
dy cash in
id do fro to
Novelties in household
goods draw customers to tho
up - to - date stores; their
presence on the sholvo&isan'
indication of push nnd energy
combined with enterprise,, the
foundation to every successful
business house. Wo find
pleasure nnd profit in getting
out of the old rut and' bringing
a few sunshine novelties into
Ouo of tho woos of tho
average housekeeper lies in
the cun used to hold kero
sene for the lamps. Fre
quently she finds the floor
discolored by grease ''spots
and disgust follows. One
of our new Globe oil cans
will obviate this and for
very littlo money.
C rown fryers aro as well
known in tho States as Crown
bakers, nearly everyone whoso
stove has not a broiler attach
ment uses one because the re
sult is practically the same.
They are exclusive with us.
In tho warm weathor (and
that means nearly all tho
year round with us), nothing;
is so refreshing ns an ice
cream or a sherbet. The
Lightning Freezer excels all
others in tho making of theso
delicacies. Wo sell this in
I preference to my other.
Atter your dessert a cujj of
delicious cofibo is almost
necessary you know what
muggy coffee is? By tho use
of a Prince-s coffee pot tho
coffee is absolutely clear and
freo from grounds. When
the berries are ground in an
Enterprise mill such as wo
sell and cooked in a "Prin
cess" nothing can bu better.
You've read about chafing
dishes, possibly owned ono;
thoso made of Aluminum
such as we offer aro tho best,
and in the end the cheapest.
Von Holt Building.
HAS TAKEN THE
Photograph : Gallery,
Opposite Love's Bakery on
Nuuanu :- Street,
Whcro bo will euter irmuodmtdy into tho
woik of Takiug 1'ieturcs. Mr. Hevoriu has
had years of ex orienoa at this biauch and
has ulvmys met with snocesd in it.
MARY PUBLIC anft TYPEWRITER
Officks 208 Merchant stroet, Campbell
Block rear of J. O. Cotter's offlccl. I'. O,
iteii ffrji M&tHti. VM.