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Foreign Oillco Notice.
Honolulu. Nov. :i, 1MU.
Ufllclnl iiotlco has been rcoeiveil by this
SKNHOP A. DK S. OANAVAPPO
lias resumed tlio functions of Charge d' Af
faires nml Consul-Quncrnl of Portugn' "n
Minister of Foreign Almirs.
THE DULY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THUKSDAY, NOV. 15, 1892.
Soino of tho reports given to tlio
press of tho United States from
Washington as coining from Hawaii
aro grossly libolous on tho fair fame
of this kingdom. Tho malicious
falsehood to tho effect that "a serious
riot was narrowly averted" in Hono
lulu on tho day of tho recent special
election is a sample of the stories
that tho correspondents father on
more or less high authority. Eloc
tiou day was more like Sunday than
anything else, and could not bo sur
passed for quietness by any similar
occasion olsowhoro. Tho Hawaiian
Minister at Washington should bo
instructed to protost against tlio
reckless use of authoritative refer
ences to give credibility to suidi mis
chievous reports. It might also be
in order for Hawaii's representative
to rospoctfully request tho American
Government to prosecute all news
papers that indulgo in future, as
many- have done in the not remote
past, in opprobrious references to
the Sovoreign of this country.
A NATIVE STABBED.
Ho It.oco.ivo3 Throo Wounds on tho
Arm from a Pockot Knifo.
A serious stabbing affray occurred
last evening at Kikihalo, near tho
China Engine llouo. The facts of
tho allrav are as lollows: Wil
liam Walker, .lames Corrio and
another, employed on tho S. S. Aus
tralia, tool a walk up tliat way lust
evening and were invited into Mho
hotiso by a woman. Walkor went in
while the others stood outside. The
woman it is alleged began fooling
with hiui and finally the woman's
husband stalked in and ordered
Walker out of tho house. One of
tho men outside ran away, while
Corrio stood and watched the pro
ceedings in the house. Walker would
not go at first, and the husband,
Solomon, grabbed hold of him, when
a tussle commenced. Alter a short
while Solomon was seen to throw up
his arms and cry out, "I'm stabbed. '
Walker turned on his heels and ran
out of tlio place.
Several natives saw Corrio join
Walker as they both ran down tlio
street. Corrio ran one way and
Walker headed for tho'CuMiuipolitau
Saloon. A young native followed
Walkor and asked a police ollicor to
follow him into tho saloon. Ho
pointed to Walker, who was stand
ing by tho bar, and told tho ollicor
ho was the man who stabbed Solo
mon, and Walker was arrested.
Corrio in tho meantime had been
caught, and both wore taken to tlio
Station, whore thoy woro both
charged with "assault with a deadly
weapon obviously and imminently
dangerous to life, to wit, a knife."
Tho knifo was found this morning
near the place where the stabbing
occurred and was brought to tho
Station. It was smeared with clotted
blood, and is a common pockot
Tlio man was cut on tho arm in
three different places but his wounds
aro not fatal. Hail was fixed at
SUXX) each, but it was changed to
J?500 this morning.
Oawniian Hardware Co., L'fl
Monday, Ocl. 31, t,S!)JS.
There nni few people in this
woilil who, from the time they
swapped pinafores for more
advanced clothing, have not
done a whole lot of wishing for
something they wanted and
couldn't get. Hither some
other fellow had it and refused
to give it up or the price asked
by the shopman was a huckle
berry above their persimmon.
We've stopped most of the
wishing, in so far as price is
Adopting modern forms in
business; going over to the
United States each year and
searching the different manu
factories for newest goods,
and a bit of haggling with the
dealers there enables us to se
cure bargains that would be
unthought of if we depended
upon correspondence to help
us out. Beside this we have
men in San Francisco and
New York whose business it
is to spend all their time look
ing up things that will suit our
trade. By modern business
methods we have reduced the
yearning hours in life to min
utes and have freed them of
the unpleasant intensity that
you grew accustomed to before
we launched out into the mer
L. J. Lkvk.v, - Liisski:.
A. M. Longshore-Potts,
The Kmhicut (juakens flriulunli' of the
Woimili'a Medical College,
-WILL LIV1TPK OS -
I&2TTO WOMEN ONLY-"fe
November 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8,
A.T B:30 T3. 3WI.
19- First Lecture FHF.P. Peservod
Bouts without ehaige, at L. J. Levey's
JCW llagnineont Colored Stercoptieon
Art and Travel.
The Season's Event !
Friday Evening, Nov. 4.
Moonlight Picnic it Dunce
- AT -
Views of subject" Discussed. Also, of
for holders of
Tho conelusion of Principal
Grant's ablo address on "The Wage
Question" appears in this issue. It
furnishes muoh food for thought.
Although Hawaii has been almost
free from troubles between capital
and skilled labor, such as those
harassing other countries, tho fur
ther tho development of tho coun
try progresses tho more liable will
wo bo to the necessity of facing the
universal problem. Well would it
bo for Hawaii if larger countries
should early attain to satisfactory
methods of composing such diilicul
ties, so that when lior conditions in
vito similar dilliculties remedies may
bo found ready-made for applica
tion. In the meantime there is room
for experiment, to say the leait, on
Hawaiian plantations with
schomo of profit-sharing. Its appj
cation in auy successful degree would
tend to promote moro scientific cul
tivation of tho soil, increasing tho
scopo of brains and reducing t hat of
mere animal brawn. Thus tlio nur
ago status of labor in tlio kingdom
would bo elevated.
The scarcity of water throughout
tlio city has spread to Kamohanioha
schools and lias reached a point
whore it has became a decided au
noyanco to tho students who desiro
frequent ablutions. Tho manage
ment of tho schools decided to got
a supply from one of the lower arto
sian wells, about sixteen hundred
feet from the buildings, and to save
fuel have adopted the aermotor as
the best means of giving thorn tho
supply thoy require. Yesterday tho
Hawaiian Hardware Co. delivered at
tho well a sixteen-foot pumping
aermotor and a 3-inch pump. This
will raise the water 90 feet aud forco
it through a four-inch pipe from tho
well to tho house. Tlio expense is
trilling compared with other moans
of getting water.
Last week we were busy ar
ranging goods which came in
by recent arrivals; to-day they
are ready for your inspection.
Talk about hard times it is in
the air, not in fact. You
wouldn't think about the bug
bear if your cynical neighbor
did not remind you of it ery
time you passed his L-jJse.
Now, then, to rid him of his
mania to cry down the Islands;
you are tired of hearing him
say the country has gone to
the bow-wows. We'll give you
a remedy, a sort of counter
irritant: iikixg him to us.
We will show him tea sets
in silver, identical in shape
with those used by mem-
L, J. Lr.vKV,
ivi:n iiy Tin:
Healani Boat Club
For tlio purpose of securing funds for
the erection of a NKW
Air. Moore, tho postmaster at
"RrMfll:iv V:i nftm ri.rwliiitr rill :i(l-
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic, bers of the sugar trust; could
-U..,l 1 T 1 Y 1 1 1 . .
we select irom any one better
J. Chas. Harrison, I. D.
war TO MEN ONLY "
Thursday & Monday Nights
NOV. 3d & 7th,
.A.T S O'CLOCK.
BX7 First Lecture FlllCW. Second Lec
ture '25 Cents. Pcserved Scats for both
Lectures at L. .1. Levey's ollice.
S? The Finest Colored Dissolving
Stereopticon Views in tho world are used
to illustrate those lectures. Views of Sub
jects Discus.sed; also of Art and Travel.
"Dr. Harrison has the happy faculty of
being verv hnnioious in dealing with weigh
ty subjects." A. )'. leralil.
"Dr. J. 0. Harrison's lecluies aie in
valuable, being instructive, moiiil and
amusing." Jlcun Wuril Jlctehrr.
THE PIN PUZZLE
Round Trip Tickets, - - $150
ttf Tickets to he had of tlio Members.
Sons of St George Picnic
- AT -
On Saturday, Nov. 5th.
'l LIST OF SPOUTS:
Haseball Match Combined team from
tlio IT. S. S. ISoston and Alliance and a
shore team. Prices Winners, l,r): losers,
OUP KNTIHB STOCK OF
Yard Man-of-war Pace. Monev
l'-'O Yard Pace, open to
There will be Twelve Paces for ltovs and
GirN. Hood Prizes will be given.
Music by the Honolulu Quintette Club.
Cholera and Diarrhci'fi Humedy, con
eluded to try a small bottle ol it.
Ho says: "I used it in two eases for
colic and three for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. 1 havo handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but never tried anj that
gave as good results as this. For
sale by all dealers. IJonson. Smith &
' fV Atmnta frv it 1-1 riu'.ii irm lei-
Throe Sailors Create No Littlo Ex
citement on the City Front.
Three blue-jackets belonging to
tho TJ. S. cruiser Boston were cap
tured at Ewa early this morning by
Doputy Sheriff W. S. Wond and as
sistants. Thoy woro brought to
town on tho earliest available train
and woro taken to tho boat lauding
for transportation to tho ship. A
few yards from tho lauding tho sail
ors broke away from tho oilicors and
ran in different directions. One ran
into tho store of ,T. T. AValorhouse,
another tip tho street, and a third
follow into Allen & Itohiusou's lum
ber 3'ard. Tho last-mentioned
mounted ono of tlio lumber piles and
hid himself face downwards. Some
of tho boat-boys followed them and .
juinuiuu mtj Mituiiin i.wmu luuinj.
Several indignant citizens caused
tho boat-boys to bo arrested, but
they woro released later. Tho cap
tured deserters woro taken to tho
Station shortly after ono o'clock this
afternoon, whore thoy woro liand
cuffod and later returned to tlio
Boston without any further trouble.
Tho oilicors who made the cap
ture will receive .S10 reward for each,
and poor Jack will havo to go into
tho barred keep of tho cruisor.
Tub Bkst Plasto. Dampen a
piece of ilaunol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on over the
soat of pain. It is bettor than any
plastor. When the lungs aro soro
such an application on tlio chest
and another on the back, between
tho shoulder blades, will often pre
vent pneumonia. Thoro is nothing
so good for a lanio back or a pain in
tho Bide. A soro throat can nearly
always bo cured in one night by ap
plying a flannel bandngo damponod
with Pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers, Benson, Smith
& Co., Agonts for tho Hawaiian
To-day is tho lOtli anniversary of
tho birth of the Emperor of Japan.
Thoir Excellencies J. Nawahi and
Wf H. Cornwall, Ministors of For
eign Affairs and Finance respec
tively, paid thoir respects to Mr.
Masrki, Japanese Consul-Gonoral at
illnk H aw? A. A w rmPMH Sfc
1". MONSAPHAT, V. S., 11AVIKO
taken mv luilrinarv durhii' niv
filwi.iif'D rrmn flu, l in i.ilntii f lir.ir limvii tn
! thank my pitiuiiH for fuvorii and patron
, ago, ami Milieit a eontiiiuunco of tho satno
loriny inceesvor. A. it. JtUWAT.
llKKKHKNVK TO T11K POPKOO-
nu. tlio undersigned would reanectfullv
ri'ipiesl a continuance of tho patronugo ho
bun hitherto received, and solicit tho favors
of all who require profo.sHionul attention to
their stock, tit tlio Inflrinarv, King Htiect.
W. T. MONSAUPAT.
Honolulu, N'ov. a, 181U. MB-lw
T Wll.I. NOT IIP PPSPONBIPLK FOP
X any dubta contracted without my
b. M. KVPPPTT.
Honolulu, Nov. L', 1MU. WU-lw
AflOI.DKN OinAPIViTK CJASK. A
reward of 10 will bu paid to Under
who will return it to
MP. K. Jl. SOHWAPAOH,
LOST OR MISLAID.
able to afford good things? A
coffee set whose tout ensemble
is suggestive of Monte Christo;
silver cups patterned after
those used by the Knights of
the Round" Table tastes run
to antique now a cl.iys and
we're nothing if not timely.
Bachus never wielded a buntr
htarter with greater pleasure
and effect than the individual
who uses one of our new lein
onade shaUers. The tups are
nude i- i thai the liquid i-,
poured thrmigh a number of
Miull holes, I hereby prevent
in'' the ice or seeds lijiii' into
the "lass. '1 his nukes lemon
ade mixing ami drinking pleas
urable, the annoyance accom
panying youretfni ts to dislodge
a lemon seed from the epiglot
tis is avoided. We haven't
tried them lor it. but they say
that cocktails mixed in lhe.se
shakers entirely remove "that
"A clean-shaven face invites
an embrace," is a motto on
one of the silver shaving mugs,
a motto which lived up to by
the young man in "sassiety"
brings him many pleasant mo
ments no girl, not even your
wife wants to rubber complex
ion against a piece of No. 2
The attention of very young
babies is called to the assort
ment of puff boxes imported
lor their special use. In get
ting the attention of new
babies we do so through heir
parents and if a fond r ther
will bring a baby to our store
who does not say "goo" when
it sees a puff box in hammered
silver we are mistaken in the
attractiveness of our wares.
To persons of more mature
age we will show a box of an
entirely different character,
whose contents will assist im
measurably in passing away
the long evenings. It contains
a pack of "squeezers," a hun
dred chips and a half dozen
markers. It's a complete and
elegant outfit for those who
like toying with the American
I game of poker.
There U a new Puzzle out. ThN innocent-looking
brain tormentor is called the
Pin Puzzle, and anybody can mako one for
himself with a bit of paper and pencil and
mx pins. Heie i;. the diagram :
f V v N.
Trains will Leave Honolulu at 1:45, 3,
4:35, 6 aud 7.
Returning will Leave the Grove 4:15, 5,
G:10, 8 and 11.
Dancing in the Pavilion!
Children, : :
Lawns, Swisses, Victoria Lawns,
A FULL LINK OF
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
"Will be Closed Out This Week at Prices Not to be
ft" Ladies Take Advantage of This Special Sale ! -&a
Tmpl of ITa.s33.ion..
Cummins' Block., Uort Street.
The object is to -tii-L i pin-, on
six of the black dots in sueli a man
ner that no two pins shall lie on the
wiine line, either norlmHul, veitieal or
Although it may be dilllcult to work out
this Puzzle, still there is nodiliiculty in un-
der.standini; or am
. . .. ' ........ ... ..". .....
Mlccl DV tile I'.UUl l.Mil.l. 1.11 i;
irceianng tne rolicies i
tauli: 1.1 pi: A.ssrit-
ANOKfSOCI KTY. They areclear, busliiiisa
like, concise and simple.
DRUCF. & A. J. CAItTWKIGHT,
(leiieral Agents for Hawaiian I dands.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
TUP Al STKAMH1I1P
WILL LKAVK HONOLULU
roil tiii: aiiovi: roar o.n
Wednesday, November 9tn,
The undersigned aro now prepared to
issuo Through Tlckutx from this eity to all
points in the United States.
For further particulars regarding Fiolglit
or Passago apjdy to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
filil-tlt fleneral Agents,
Min .i imirwi
'.'";'. t' ' O
Lr X S
CtPHTIFJCATK NO. 151 FOP TWKNTY
Hharea Mutual Tuloplmuo Block
standing in the name of .las. L l)owott,
8r. 'IVanhfor has been stopped, Finder
will pleuso return to
WJl-at JAS. I. HOWSBTT, Sit.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Ojipo. Spreokola' Hloek,
r Ball - K c r ?! fSH rTl
Por S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
The Jkiili Bulletin is delivered by
curriers for CO cents per month.
Members of Lodge Le Proves
de l'Oceanie No. 124,
JIAVK DPCIDKI) TO OIVP A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
or Yokohama !
TUq Ninpou Yusoii Kalslia's StaauisUi')
" Yamashiro Maru"
Will leave thl port for Yolvohaina dliect
on or about
December 1 st.
ttf I'or iarticuhir.s regarding Freight
and Passage, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
M. & D. Wrought Steel .Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES 8c CO.
Hare Opened Their New
i NF.W KJ PUT-CLASS FAMILY HATH-
Hie: licsort Iihh heen fini'iinil
kiki under the abovi namobvMi
lias been opened nt Wal
bovi naniiiliv Mm. V.. (1-
Powit. for tho comfort and cnhwiilmuit nt
llioo wishing to enjov n tea bath. It is
situated a littlo beyond tho Villa. Tram
cars pass the gate.
N. 11. Special arrangements have been
miulo for Family Picnics ami levelling
Untiling Parties. &i-tf
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmami St., Ground Floor,
LMiQli ASSOKTriiJNT OF NEW GOODS !
SPKOIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
3STew Rugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,