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NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tlio process ' l'eoponlns Uip
Clinimol nl tint t-titiaitec to llunolulu luir
unrtliu Dredger will bo In uuritttuii nlglit
Al night tlierowlll bo u Danger Signal
nliu-od on the forward dorrlek of Dredger,
about 3D foot aliovo son lovol, which can bo
scon by nil veio1q upproanlilhg the hnrbor.
Tbo Signal counts .
of :i Hod lights mill a .
V-'hllo light-ns in ! m: 'K"
thoiUngnitn thuruil t
lights being ubont 3 , j
foot nnart. with tho win
whllo light In the ,
center. lir.i. ,
All steamers enm- '
ing tho Bar will "ton
nt a safo (lixtaneo from the Dredger ami
give onis blast of their whistle, whieh will
he answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to bo followed by three blasts
from tho Dredger when tho parage iselcar
and thoy can proceed.
The Tug will boon hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing eraft in pass
ing tho Dredger when necessary.
C. X. srKXl'KK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olllce, .March !), IML
A reward of Tw enty (.f-'O) Dollars will he
paid for tho conviction of the person or
persons who stole a Danger Lantern from
King street, near Alapai street, on the
night or August 10th, or for the detection
of any person eomniitting any similar
HONOLULU ltOAD 110AHD.
V-. ll.Cummings, lto.ul Supervisor.
Honolulu, Aug. 17, ls!l-. tHI-31
Ml!. V. 10. II. DHVICUILL has been ap
pointod by the Hoard of Kducation, School
Agent for the District of Hanalei, on the
Island of Kauai, in place of Mr. (.'has.
Koelling, who lias icsigned.
tv order of the Hoard of Kducation.
W. J AS. SMITH,
Olllce of the Hoard of Dducation,
Aug. l.", ts'.l-'. lit! lot 31 it
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'ledijed lo neither Sect nor forty,
Hut Kstahlhhedfor the Benefit of All
SATURDAY, AUG. '20, IS!):.-.
TIio Advertiser's political idiosyn
crasies have a bad eil'uet on that
paper's value as a medium for news.
It is against the Guards; therefore a
shooting has to bo charged to a sol
dier, when no soldier was in it guil-tily.
Mr. Netimaim's dog story on the
banking bill suggests the other
almanac chestnut about the man
who cut his dog's tail olF clo.-o to
the ears, as a good example of what
the llouso should do with the mea
sure in question.
The bill to increase the duty on
coil'eo has passed third reading. Jt
is to be hoped that it will have the
effect calculated of stimulating tho
coffee industry, which is regarded as
one- that is destined to rank high in
tho resources of tho country.
Fiat Monoy n Fraud.
"It is a well settled principle of
law, ns well as a rule of commercial
practice ami common souse, that
payment cannot be demanded on
any obligation until it becomes due.
The essential feature of the paper
currency proposed in Mr. Horner's
banking bill is that It has no time
lixed when it shall mature. So far
as appears in the bill, this paper is a
simple acknowledgment of debt on
the pari of the Government, which
will neor be due and for whose re
demption or payment no provision
whatever is made. As, by the terms
of its issue, this paper will inner
mature, its payment can never be
demanded, and, of course, theie will
be no need of any further repudia
tion. The issuing of irredeemable
paper, declaring it a legal tender,
and compelling the creditors of the
Government to receise it at par
value in full for their claims, is prac
tically making a forced loan, and is
in itself an act of repudiation.
The shallow-minded advocates of
Mr. Homer's scheme appear lo think
thai their champion has hit upon a
wonderfully original and clever
device, whereby values can bo created
out of nothing, debts cancelled with
out paying them, and the things
that are not made to confound the
things that are. If these gentlemen,
who are so dazzled by the gorgeous
irride.scence of the bubble blown by
tho great llamakua financier, will
only condescend 4o read a little his
tory they will find that similar bub
bles have been blown at almost any
time during the last hundred or two
years, in various countries, on both
sides of the Atlantic, and always
with one uniform and inevitable re
sult, viz., collapse.
Tho facl is, this whole fiat, money
theory is logically a delusion and
practically a fraud. Every attempt
that has ever been made to carry the
theory into practice has, if persisted
in, ended in utter failure and wide
spread disaster. Who and what is
Mr. Horner that lie should imagine
he can succeed where every prede
cessor, including some really able
men, hae so miserably failed? Ifidi
culous as il all is, there is something
really pathetic in the mixture of
supi-mo self-sulliciency, childlike
simplicity and invincible ignorance
which characterize the whole per
formance. Again 1 say, iiai money is a fraud.
It enables the government to make
forced loans by taking a man's goods
or personal services and compelling
him to receive in return a paper pro
mise lo pay, whose exchangeable
value or purchasing power will re
present only the degree of faith the
public may have in its redemption.
If this faith bo strong and general
the purchasing power will keep up
and approximate that of coin. If
the prospect of redemption becomes
doubtful, and faith therein weakens,
tho exchangeable value of the paper
will fall, and no device of man can
possibly prevent it. Mr. Horner can
no more insure his rag 11101103 re
maining at a parit3 with gold than
he can repeal tho law of gravitation,
discover perpetual motion, or lift
himself from here to Hainakua by
tugging al his own boot -straps.
Three little Jack Homers sat In tlmir
Shoving 11 bill for a bank,
A ruinous seheme for n rotten machine,
Hvolved from the brain of a crank.
Old Mother Hubbard, sho went lo the cub-board,
To got tho poor nalivo a bono!
Hut tho bank bill was there, and the cub
hoard was bare,
And so the poor tiallvo gol none,
Shiga song of sixpence, u calabash of pal-
Might and forty bluett bird", Legislative
When the pin was opened, tho birds began
A orv dirt v noisy dish, to sel before a
"W'ldily" in the Tieifitry
"Sam" was in his olllce, waiting for tbo
All tbo blackest blaek birds were backing
" Homer's Hill,"
When down came "Inllatlon," and cleaned
out the till.
Hawaiian Hanking Kill sat on a wall:
Hawaiian Banking Hill bud a great fall:
Not all of tho Mhiisteis, and all of their
Can set "Horner's Hanking Hill" up again.
A Nntivo Lover Shoots His Mialresa
After a Tift'.
It is lo bo hoped that I ho Sunday
quiet will clarify the minds of mem
bers of tho Legislature, so that they
will bo rid of the foggy notion that
11101103 can be made 13 the word of
their power, as good as can be 1)3
the pick of the miner and J he die of
This was tho seventieth da3s ses
sion of the Legislature. All the
business done could have been des
patched in half the time. Too much
multiplying of words without wis
dom, gentlemen, and loo 1113113 fac
tional interrogation points. Still, as
it has only a session once in two
years, this Legislature will compare
not unfavorably with those of larger
countries, in the use it makes of
time. The trouble is that (hiscoun
try can ill a fiord any unnecessary
expense ill I his particular period.
Oho Fa Case,
' A nntivo named Kaohihanaole was
tried in the Police Court (his morn
ing for managing and conducting a
oho fa bank for the past mouth, but
more particularly on August Kit lr,
the date of his arrest, a evidence
it came out that defendant had
opened a ehe fa bank with a capital
of $4)0. Ho was oven until Aug. HStli,
when a woman marked a word, lay
ing $2 for Iho guess, Tho woman
won, consequently Kaohihauaole's
bank burst. The defendant offered
half the amount, as to give the
whole would leave him penniless.
Tho woman would not havo this but
had him anested, Sho meant to
push the case and employed J. L.
Katilukou to assist tho prosecution.
Kaohihnmiolo was sontencod lo pay
a lino of .?2fi0. S. K. Kane for tho
dyfonso pted an appeal,
" Your Monoy First."
Editor Bui.li'tin :
According to to tho I C. Adver
tiser of Aug. 15, "M"r. B. Fay Mills'
mot hods and preaching are not in
the least ihisliy or sensational. He
is a quiet, earnest man, whoso pur
pose, as declared 13 himself, is lo
direct souls to God." Tt will appear
1)3 the following from the San Fran
cisco News Lotlor of J11I3' .'10, that
the religion of B. Fay Mills is, your
11101103 first, or go to tho dogs. Is
that tho religion as taught by .lesus?
Following is the extract from tho
News Letter: " 'I am glad we are not
asked to sell ourselves lo God,' said
Jiov. B. Fay Mills, on Thursday
night. This sounds well from an
evangelist who insisted on getting
his pay in advance, before ho would
begin his soul-saving speeches. What
does the reverend gentleman think
he would bring?"
Experience has taught man, that
sensational preaching makes con
verts for only a day. It creates a
religious craze, which in the end does
more harm than good, While tho
excitement lasts the bellowing of
'amen' will last, but no longer. True
and lasting religion never leaps into
the heart spontaneous, bill conies
to stay (if it does st.'y) after much
study and thought. Inebriating 01
sonsalional preaching never did, or
never will bring true converts to the
church; but otherwise has a tendenc3'
to encourage and breed a nest of
slipper3' pretenders; a curse to so
ciety, and contempt of the church.
By an ingeuius apparatus lately
invented it has been shown that in
Glasgow on a wet morning there are
7,f00,()0() dust particles in a cubic
inch of air. It is calculated that in
Loudon nonrl3' 1(K),(X)0 tons of sul
phur are produced annually 113 coal
consumption and thrown into the
A shooting scrape took place jes
terdaj afternoon short ty after ;?:!!0
o'clock in the "ohua" house adjoin
ing the Barracks. A native named
lokua, living al Kikihale, was visit
ing a friend at the place, who was
formerly a soldier, and thelalter had
been giving lokua pointers on how
to load a rifle. At :i:.50 o'clock a
woman named Lukia, a resident of
tho neighborhood, entered and Jokua
presented the rille and pressed tho
trigger. The gun was discharged,
the shot going through the shoulder
of the woman, then puncturing a
board fence and a corrugated iron
wall. After shooting the woman
lokua told her not to tell anyone of
the alfair, (mai hai oe i kekahi mea e
pili ana i keia), but to keep it quiet.
People in the other rooms, however,
had heard the shot and were soon
present at the scene.
Louis Touissaint, special police
ollicer, gives the following account
of his action in the case: A tele
phono message was received at the
station that a young laily was shot
back of the barracks. Touis-aint
jumped on a horse and, arriving at
the place, found a big gang in a
room and a woman 13'iiig on tho
floor. He saw that she was shot in
Touissaint asked the crowd,
"Where is the doctor?" They said
there was no doctor, lie soul a sol
dier to telephone for Dr. Peterson,
who came there and dressed tho
wound. The doctor and tho ollicer
had a talk with the father of the
girl, and the doctor advised that she
be taken to the hospital, for if Un
wound started lo bleed a doctor
should be there at a moment's no
tice. Touissaint had the girl taken
lo tho hospital.
The ollicer secured the shell of
the cartridge and the gun, the latter
being a military rille. Ho found
that tho bullet, after passing
through the woman's shoulder, went
through a board fence, struck tho
ground and, rebounding, passed
through a corrugated iron wall. In
a statement made lo the ollicer be
fore a witness tho woman said tho
shooting was tho result of a quarrel
between Iho shooter, who was her
lover, and herself,
lokua, tho man who did the shoot
ing, has been arrested on a charge
of assault with a dead 13" weapon,
and will bo tried on Tuesday in the
Grains of Gold.
Convictions that remain silent are
neither sovoro nor profound.
Grace is tho beauty of form under
the iniluoneo of freedom.
Prido is increased 1)3 ignorance;
those assume the most who know tho
Cultivate presence of mind, for it
often forms the round of socuritj in
the ladder of life.
Bo like the tree which covers with
llowers the hand Hint shakes it.
Repent ance is not so much re
morse for what we have done, as the
fear of consequences.
Man's voice is given to him, like
his other talents, to boused, and not
to be abused.
There is no rule more invariable
than that we are paid for our suspi
cion 13 finding what we suspect.
Human reason has so little confi
dence in itself that it always looks
for a precedent to justif3 its decrees.
Politics is a smooth file which
cuts gradually and attains its end
l3 a slow progression.
Equity judgelh with lonit3, laws
with extremity. In all moral cases
the reason of the law is the law.
Being our own master sometimes
means that we are at lihorly to be
the slave of our own follies, caprices
We sometimes meet an original
gentleman, who, if manners had not
existed, would havo invented (hem.
It is impossible to overvalue the
power which the soul has of loving
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
How doos ho fool ? He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, nnd changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating August
Flower tho Remedy.
How doos ho feel? He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, wholly unaccountable,
unnnttinil and unhealthy. August
Flower tho Romocly.
How does ho fool ? He feels no
desire to go to the table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is thcte August Flowor tho
How doos ho fool ? Ke feels
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food; as If a
mouthful would kill him August
Flowor the Remedy.
How doos he feol? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flowor tho Romody.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaaluimanu St., Ground Floor,
WITH A- -
Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Beinnore,
truth and doing all things for the
sake of truth.
Leisure will alwa3s be found 13
persons who know how to oniph3
their time; those who want time
are the people who do nothing.
Conscience will make us betr.'y
and fight against ourselves, and for
want of other witnesses will give evi
dence against its owner.
Whatever upholds a man's self
respect inclines him to self-improvement,
and to appreciate fully his
good points goes a long way in help
ing him to cine his faults.
Hath any wronged thee? He
brave 13 revenged; slight it, and the
work is begun; forgive if, and il is
finished. He is below himself that
is not above injuiy.
Yesterda is 3ours no longer, to
morrow nm never be yours; but to
tl:y is 3'ours, the living present is
3ours. and in the living present 3011
may stretch forward to the things
that are before.
Facillc Hardware Co.
White Mountain Tee Cream Freez-
Froin one quart lo 12 quarts
Tho larger sizes with fly wheel.
All attempts lo supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Riding Bit, nickel plated.
Pacii'ic ir.uimvAiu: Co., Ld.
HI'KCIAI. D1S1M.AV OK
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine Ware.
KTew Rugs and Osurpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block, "Fort Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
I'it'llirc yrumrx mittlr lo ordrr from
Latent Stiilrs of Mouhliniis. llrnovit
lion of Old Picture a xpiritilty ill Kimj
Uro.i., Hotel xtrret.
By Jas. 1'. Morgan.
wis a naillcs horseshoe,
fastened 011 the hoof with
Progress of Science
Balloting 13 eleclricit3 is promised.
A new application of elect rieit3
consists in determining 13 the con
duct ivity of milk the presence of
The largest Ileal ing elevator in
the world was launched on January
II, 1892, in Brooklyn. Its tower
rises seven t3-.four feet above its deck.
At a recent meeting of a surgical
societ3r in Paris it wa- developed
that out of '200 accidents from hypo
dermic injections (wenl3-one termi
.Josephine "Woods of Taikio, Mo.,
who . has passed for a female for
twent3-one years, was 13' a surgical
operation at Kansas City proven to
be a man, and has assumed male at
tire for the first time. He will now
substitute the name of Joseph for
Josephine. His case is known lo
medical science as one of hypospa
dias. SI. Louis 1'ejiiihlie.
10 O'CLOCK A. 51.
At lliu llc-iilencc or 51 US. CAUNKY. llcio-
t!ini;i t-tieiit (Hiram lluiw1), I will
m'II at l'ulilli' Aui'tiou
The Hotiseliold Ftirnittire
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
gjST P1CTUEE FEAMING IN ALL ITS BIUNCIIES
Vemmlii Clmir-., l.arni Outer ltug,
5lnrlluto-i Center T.ililu, Whatnot,
1 Handsome B, W. Bedroom Set,
lluir 51attrasi'i, Movinito Nets,
Kilifjle Heil-teaiK, Hook Cii-c,
Bed Lounge, 1 Music Box,
11. "iV. l'tcMNioii Hiniii-; Table,
Meat Safe, l.iiwn Mower,
"New Model" Stove,
(lanleii Tool-, lloM', T'te,, ICte.
Jas. F. Morgan,
.w-:h auction-': hi:.
By Lewis J. Ijovoy.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Just Received a "New Invoice of the
Chinese, in Chicago.
Tito Chinoso census oiiuiuorators,
headed by Census Enumerator
Franklaud, have made a hard kick
against the Chinese. lie has til ways
had trouble with tho Chinese, but
this yonr tlio dillieulty seems to have
been aggravated from soino cause,
and tho census people found it al
most impossible to obtain informa
tion of value by the usual methods
adopted by canvassers. Thoy en
countered nothing but simulated
ignorance and stupidity wherever
they went. There are between 1250
and J.0 Chinese in the city, but a
largo increase in their number is
looked for next year.
Extensive preparations are being
already made for a general exodus
from tho l'acilic coast. Tho World's
Fair will bo the ostensible object of
tho visitation, but once horo the
majority of tho slant-oyes will prob
ably remain or scatter among towns
in tho vicinity. Jlotweon J.'KKX) and
$I(XX) in cash is sent from Chicago
to China every week by tho resident
Chinese, tho money going in tho
form of exchange on Hongkong.
nyal Hawaiian Opera House
i.i:wih J. i.iavi'r,
Mr. Lander's Recommendation.
Mr. -J. A. Lauder, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that .State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Keinedv: "I havo seen its
good results ami can recommend
it." For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agonta.
And Monday Evening,
AIHIUBT iOth t 'J-.M.
Grand Second Performance
OK TIIK MAHVKI.OUB
On WEDNESDAY Aug.
AT I'.' OCI.OCK NOON',
I will .-ell at 1'iilillc Auction, nt tliu 'ie-mi-es,
1 COTTAGE & 1 2-STORY COTTAGE
Now oi-iMi'iieil as n Jn-iniif-o lloariling
Ilciii!-eui .Merchant htreet, adjoining
t liu lli'i.i.ion.s Olllce, anil
1 -STORY HOUSE
On Queen stieet, next to the olllce of lion.
.1. 1. DowKHt.
f.Cf liiliMtl'KH to lie removed hy Bep
tr- THUMB OABIII
Lewis J. Levey,
L-:it AUCTION' Mill!.
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children.
Fast Color and
tlie Best IMIacLe.
Lost, Strayed or Stolon.
MAI1T1IA K. KTKKN,
Tlio Only Oeiutiiio Mind ltemler and Bee-
ond Blht la the World; na-
1'liOK. CIIAltU''B N. BTMKX,
Tlio World'h (Iri'iiti'xt Kxiioicr of Bpiritmi
Hum who has Dallied tliuMost
OSOAlt KM ITU,
Tlio Itci'iiKiiiiU'il l'roiuler Yiitillii-u!fct and
lliunorlM of tlio World in hlx Kn-
tortaiiiiuont ".Mystic Yoieeii."
TJSTJAL PRICES !
t W TiiiketH on halo ut luwiis J. Uivuy'n,
Tim Jiox 1'Iuu Is now open, H'7-hv
17l!O.M WAIKIKI, Ar A
V Bmall lilm-li and Tan WT
Toy Terrier 'Juki with owner's if 4l
inline on collar. A rnnaiil -f v?--
will lie paid for his return to
V.. W. UOU'SWOltTII,
At Theo. II. 1'jvIi-m A: Co.'s olllce.
Honolulu, Ail),'. 10, 1MI.'. I'.M-tf
AKUI.l.BCT OK UOUSMIIOI.I) KUlt.
nil lire as it stands. The Lease of
the l'roinlsus No, M'i Kort street, is also
oH'orod for disposal. Kurthur particulars
on application to
HiS-tf On tho promises.
Temple of Fashion
CO KNEW OF FOKT AND HOTEL STUEETS.
"W Just "R,eoeivecl
nSTe-w 3Dress Goods,
Iia.c3.ies' Bedford. Caps,
Belts, HjEitest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH Sa (DO.
order. Kor particulars or terms apjdv to the
9 IIOltBi: I'OWKIt ITl'ltlOUT llA.XTK.lt
Jj KiiuIiiu and Holler, in good working
miiis or lennsap piv to
Messrs. Kiiiji Jlros.ure xhowimj ufine
line, of lUtmlioo unit other style. I'urlor
I'Um-h, Willi llraahrts, anil Window
Vornkrs, ut Prices lo meet the times,
2STe"w Goods ! IsTew Goods !
I'ONOI'K DltAl'HUlKB-I'OHTIKHKS-I'I.N'KAlM'I.K TIBSUH-SATTKIIXB
WJI1TK DHK.SB (iOODS IX (UIKOKB AXD BTJtll'KB.
JAl'AXKBi: (JOHDKD Cltl'I'i:.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IX (IKKAT VAJtIKTV AT LOW I'ltK'l'B.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
BatlTiiig Suits in Cotton and Wool
KOU I.ADIKS, OKXTB, AXD OllII.DUKN.
CALL .3STJp SEE OXJK. nSHETW GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark,
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
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