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BJJPBEME COURT OF THE HA
OKDKlt KOll SPKOIAIi TKHVM.
Deeming it osseiitinl to thu promotion of
ji atico, anil by virtues of the authority
vosti'd In nio by Scotion 54 of tbo Ai't to
lieorganlzo tho Judiciary Department, t
li sroby order n Sr-mu. Tkrm oi tho
S trireme Court to bo bold in tin1 mrt
Bourn (upstalrM) of Alllolanl Halo, Hono
lulu, on THUKSDAY, tho 'JOth April. MU,
ni 10 o'clock .v. Mi
- Witness my band and veal 0.-1 the
i ) Sutiromo Court, at Honolulu,
kbai. ) this l.-.th day of April, A. 1).
v A. V. .11? 1)1),
Chief Justice of the Knincino ('unit.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Lands in Hutvlua 1
and 2, Kohala, Hawaii.
On TUESDAY, May 10, LS!U, at 1'.'
o'elock noon, nt the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction,
the Lease of the following Tracts of (lov
emniunt land in llunlnu 1 and ', Kohala,
Tract ICo. 1 Containing an area of 0)
9-10 Acres. Upset prico $60 per acre.
Tract No. '2 Containing an area of 70
7-10 Acres. Upset price $2,125 per acre.
Tract No. 3 Containing an area of K57
0-10 Acres. Upset price !0e. per acre.
Term Lease for 15 years. Bent pa able
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 14, 18!)3.
MB. WILLIAM H01IXKK of Ktilcui
haele, has been appointed by the Board of
Education, School Agent for the District
of Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, in plaeeof
Mr. Charles Williams..
W. J AS. SMITH,
Olllee of the Board of education, April
13, 1MB. "00-.it
W DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1893.
Our report of an interview between
President Dole and tbo commander
of the Hyacintho appears to have
been au error. Tho informant waF
Iiouest but must have boon under
the influence of tho Stellar alarmists).
However, unlike its dawn and dusk
liontomporaries, the Bulletin never
ntiuks to false reports.
Our energetic Hilo correspondent
!ias furnished us with a full report
of the mooting to organize an an
nexation club in that town. It ap
pears from tho speeches and rhym
ng contributions as if tho Hilo an
nexationists wero equally injudicious
and lacking in sagacity with their
confreres in Honolulu. Their line
of argument is to a largo extent
more hindering than helpful to their
Yesterday's Bulletin contained
oight columns of purely local mat
tor. No contemporary is in it with
this journal for giving an impartial
record of each day's local events.
Twice during tho past week has an
extra quantity of paper had to be
added to the pile for tho press, to
meet the rapid increase in perma
nent patronage. Not a single edi
tion has had to be reduced in size
for the April Fool Day boycott.
Not merely serious doubt but sim
ple disdain is shown bj' tho Star re
garding the item in this paper, stat
ing that Captain Wiltso had boon
"ordered to Washington to report his
reasons for his action in lauding an
armed force in Hawaii." In com
piling our column of naval news in
which it occurred, it was not neces
sary to condense that item. It was
transferred bodily from Washington
despatches found in a leading Now
York paper. Tho statement might
be true, and again it might not. At
tho same time a great many other
things published in tho Bui.liitin
have been donied by wondrous wise
folks and then proved to bo o'er true
If the Government organs would
stick to common-sense arguments,
and avoid tho stylo of circus side
show tootors, thoy might sooner con
vince sceptics of tho benefits of an
nexation. Gorgeous contrasts 'be
tween what royalty can promise fur
tho future and what annexation
guarantees according to the scribes
on this lay aro not borne out by
tho past history of this country.
Under royalty ovon when it was
most obnoxiously aggressive Hawaii
attained to the position of being tho
riohost country in tho world in pro
portion to population. Although
this condition was largely due to
liberal trade advantages conceded
by tho United States, those ad van
tages are generally admitted to have
been obtained through the lute
king's poracmul uoyotiutlouu at
Washington. And no Inter than nt
last session of tho Legislature, by no
loss prominout a spoakor than Mr.
L. A. Thurston, it was declared that
the most potent advooato of closer
commercial relation1' with the United
States to send to Washington would
bo Queen Liliuokalani. To alter tho
words of tho Star, tho truth would
bo told in the following assertions:
Stagnation in trade has not been
caused here by royalty; tho political
weakness of lhe.se islands has in the
past, up to January U last, kept
them from being tho prey of strong
maritime nations; royalty has not
been more rotten than democracy,
nor are boodliug legislatures foreign
to republican forms; Hawaii tinder
royalty has beou one of tho most
lightly taxed countries in tho world;
titles have bcon as secure and sacred
here as anywhere; while government
by politietd adventurers is only to
bo prevented by soundness in tho
body politic, which is as easily at
tainable in Hawaii as it is in New
York, without regard to tho form of
Do comedown from stilts and try
serious argument. Nobody of sonso
will asort that all the prosperity of
tho past might not have- boon
achieved under a republican form of
government. It is equal folly to de
clare that no such prosperity is pos
sible in tho future under an exten
sion of tho era of royalty. Repub
licanism is on record in history as
having had to tako severe lessons to
keep it on tho straight path as well as
royal t j'. Thero is nothing in either
name to mako a nation great or little.
Tho hired tootors of tho Annexa
tion Club might win more respect
for their omploj-ors' cause if they
paused a little in their frothy decla
mation to study tho actual situation.
There is no election being ruu now.
No appeal is being made to tho peo
ple to support rival sets of candi
dates or contesting programs of
policy. Tho people of this country,
native or foreign, aro not in tho caso
oxcopt as witnesses before a court
not of their own creation.
If supremo domination of one
country over another means any
thing, these islands aro now annex
ed to tho United States. What else
does it mean to see this one of tho
several Powers, which had for
iifty 3-ears accorded documentary
assont to tho independence of Ha
waii, now acting as sole arbiter of its
destinies while tho others all look
on in tacit acquiescence? Is there
any other meaning to tho presence
of an envoy of the dominating Power
in this capital, who is looked to by
all parties as holding tho whole
situation in tho paramount control
delegated to him by tho head of his
nation? Should this envoy now or
under advices to reach him in the
future restore the old form of gov
ernment, to be maintained under
some recognized representative until
tho United States decides that the
tiino is Tipo for extending complete
republican government over the
group, what aie all these noisy peo
ple going to do about it who aro
uow saj'ing, "Thus shall it be, only
as wo ordain, and not otherwise," in
tho faco of the absolute and undis
puted control of tho United States?
Nothing will bo left to them but to
protest as the Queen did when tho
presence of tho American troops in
front of the Palace overawed her
Government. But whon full repara
tion had thus been made for what
has appeared to the Queen, and may
now appear to tho United States, as
an act of the strong coercing tho
weak, tho political atmosphere would
bo clear for a calm and dispassionate
discussion of tho future.
Should tho United States come
into that discussion with an argu
ment to the effect that sho will
henceforth only deal with the Ha
waiian Islands commercially on a
similar basis to that of her general
policy toward other neighboring
countries, unless tho Hawaiian
Islands shall voluntarily accept tho
sovereignty of tho United States
flag and tho forms of tho United
States constitution, then it might bo
in order for tho friends of tho Queon
and tho royal family to advise them
to bogin negotiations with tho
United States Government for their
retirement to private life on terms
honorable- and just to themselves, re
leasing all loyal subjects of the
Crown of Hawaii from further alle
giance thereto, in favor of a now
fealty thenceforth to the American
Fight Between Fishing Parties
Creates an Alarm,
Shots Fired by Guards at the Mounted
A tolophono message was received
at tho Police Station yostorday stat
ing that thero was a commotion in
the vicinity of the slaughter houso
at Iwiloi, on the Ewa sido of the
harbor. Police ofricors wero immedi
ately despatched and on arrival at
the "place named could not see or
hear anything of tho alleged com
motion. Later they wero told that
there had boen a fight on the wator
botweou four Chinese fishermen,
who owned a fishing right, and threo
natives, in which the Chinamen had
been more or loss injured.
Tho Chinamen wore found after
search and thov stated that threo
natives, whom thoj- could not iden
tify owing to darkness, had been
fishing on their grounds. Tho China
uion came on the natives suddenly
while the latter wore fishing off tho
British man-of-war. Tho natives
wore in a canoe. When they found
out that tho Chinamon wero upon
thorn, thoy tried to got away but it
was too lato. A fight ensued. One
of tho natives was struck on tho
head, and it is believed he is badly
hurt. The Chinamen wero hurt
more or less, but thoy hung on to
tho canoe. Tho natives jumped
overboard and swam ashore, landing
at Iwiloi where they disappeared.
The Chinamen held tho canoe, which
was partly filled with different
kinds of fish, aud had nets and pad
dles complete. They turned tho
outfit over to tho police. Tho hub
bub caused by tho contending par
ties attracted tho attention of tho
men on the warships in port.
Threo natives have been arrosted
for the row with the Chinamen.
Thov aro charged Avith assault and
Rumors wrre current about town
that tho commotion at Iwilei was
caused by natives proparing for a
revolution. Consequently guards
wore stationed on Punchbowl, Bere-
tauia, Richards, King and Queen
streets, and no ono was allowed to
pass without giving a satisfactory
accounting. Early this morning
members of tho mounted patrol wore
returning to headquarters at a gal
loping pace, when, near Kawaiahao
Church, they weio challenged three
times by t lie guard stationed theie.
The patrol gao no response and,
according to tho guard's own state
ment, he Hied three shots at them.
The shooting was taken up b' the
next sentry below, near tho Govern
ment building. None of the patrol
men wore hit, although ono shot
whistled dangerously near Detective
every Sunday evening. Everyone
Evangelistic sorvicos will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. 0. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:130
p. in, Everyone welcome
Shot From n Guard.
A voluntoor stationed at Punch
bowl and Queen streets fired a shot
shortly beforo midnight last night.
The guard gives as the reason for
his act that some one had boon
throwing stones at him and othor
wiso teasing him. Ho could not seo
who tho man was, btit he suspected
him to bo a native. Tho guard fur
thor stated that ho called out to tho
man to quit his fooling, but only re
ceived a string of vile opilhots in
response. That's why ho disturbed
the quiet of tho night. Ho aimed to
"A lot of feather kahilis wero ex
hibited on a porch at Washington
Placo yostorday. What can it moan?"
Thoy wore out for airing. If tho
argus-oyed spj had glanced up at
one of the. gable windows, ho might
havo been horrified at tho sight of a
pillow sham flaunting in tho broozo.
Thero is treason, O Athalial
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'tt miriA
DAYIES & CO.
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors. They did me
no good. I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
ot so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower does the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
wasof all men most miserable. lean
say, in conclusion, tnat i neneve
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Life ofMisery with judgment. A.
M. Weed, 229 Belle
fontaiue St., Indianapolis, Iud." 0
IiOdjo le Progvos de l'Occanio, No. 124,
A. IF. & A.M.
WIl.l. HI! A MHKTI.VO OF
J.owiie Je rmies ie rueeauiu, -mj. 1-1,
iit it-, hall nu King xtivet, hi'twccn Uutliel
and Foit, THIS (fciliirilny) KVHVIXG,
April 13, ut 7:30 o'clock, for
Womc ix Tin: Tiniiu IH.cium:.
Member of Hawaiian Lodge and all
Mjjourning Brethren tiro fraternally invited
to he present.
By order of the V. M.
Four Chinese woio refused
lease with tho lHO or 110 who arrived
on tho China, whoso quarantine ex
plicit! to-day. Those four had no
passports and are locked up in tho
My wife was confined to hor bod
for over two mouths with a very so
veio attack of rheumatism. We
could get nothing Hint would afford
hor any relief, and as a last resort
gave 'Chamberlain's Pain Jialin a
trial. 'J'u our gieat surprise sho be
gan to improve after the first appli
cation, and by using it regularly sho
wiw soon able to got up and attend
to hoiiro work. li. II. Johnson, of
C.J. Kiiutsou k Co., Kensington,
Minn. fiOcont bottles for sale by
ull dealers, Huiisou, Smith A: Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian lsluuda.
ST. ANDREW S CATHEDRAL.
Second Sunday after Easter: 6:30
a.m., Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Ma
tins aud sermon; 7:30 p.m., even
song and sermon.
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, Sunday, will bo as fol
lows: 9:lo a.m., Morning prayer with
sermon; Vonito, Ha3'os in F; Te Do-
tun, bulhvan 111 D; Jubilate, bullivan
in D; anthem, "Blessed aro the
merciful," by Hiles. 6:30 p.m.,
Evensong with sermon; Magnificat,
Langdon in F; Nunc Dimittis, Elvoy
in A; Anthem, "Turn thy faco from
thy sins," by Sullivan. Kov. Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. All aro iuvited.
Y. M. 0. A. HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. in., sorvicos in Oahu
.Tail; 1:15 p. m., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. m., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
6:30 p. m., Praiso Service in
Y. M. C. A.
Divine service in Gorman conduc
ted by Horr Pastor Isenborg at 11
A short special meeting for chil
dren and young people will (D. V.)
bo held on Sunday, April 10, at 3:30
p. m., by Mr. It. Callondor, B. A., in
tho Y. M. C. A. All aro invited.
Hymn books provided.
Sunday Sorvicos 6 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
tho 7 a. 111. Mass, every Sunday
during the wholo year." 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese aud Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Kosary and Catechism. -1 p.m., in
winter seasou (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. m. in summer soason
(hobruary to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services (5 and 7 a. 111.,
CENTRAL UNION CIIURCn.
Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. aud at 7:30 p.m.
Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. in.
Subject of evening discourse, "Chris
tianity tho IJevealor oi Life Eternal."
All aro cordially iuvited to those
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
Inui Hall, rear of Opera House, Ser
vices will be held Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible (lass; 1 1 tin a. in. and
7:30 p. m., pleaching, by Eldei J.
HEVENTH DAV ADVKNTI.ST.H,
Seventh Day Advent isl Oliureh,
corner Punchbowl and Burotaiiin
streots, in G. WohI'h cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social mooting af
tur Subbuth school. Bible reading
PASTOK ISKXBEKQ Willi)
SONNTAG. den Hi April, Vor-
Uhr, in iter
Y. M. 0. A. Hull
HEI.IAUI.E MAN TO TAKE CAKE
of Horses ami make himself gen-
iriillv iiueful. An.ilv to
70l-tf ' K. S. CUXHA.
MALIi OOTTAON ON
Punchbowl street, be
tween Pauou Isridge and
Mormon Church. Hunt $10
per month. Enquire at second door above
Mormon Church. 70I-lw
1 House at
.TJL Furnished House at
on board "V. Q. Hall" or Mrs. Santos
on the premises. 701-lw
Saturday, April 15, 1S98.
Ever since the death of Van
Tassel, aerostatics have been a
lost art in the Hawaiian Islands.
The presence of so many sharks
has been the bup-.bear to the
men who take their lives in
their balloon baskets so to
speak and go up to the clouds.
We have been in commu
nication with a famous aero
naut for some time past with a
view to giving a grand exhibi
tion. Our arrangements are
completed and we beg to an
nounce to the public that, at an
enormous expense, we will
have Senor Pizzicato, the
famous Italian sky scraper,
make an ascension from the
roof of our building next
Wednesday afternoon at 2
o'clock. The exhibition will
be free and everyone is invited
to witness it. Senor Pizzicato
will ascend two thousand feet
and make one of the most
dangerous parachute jumps
ever attempted in this, or any
other country. During the
journey upward he will
tribute advertisements of
famous Aermotors and explain
to the inhabitants of the planets
the manifold advantages our
Hendry Breaker has over any
other plow on earth. They
may not use breakers, but the
advances in science and the
progressiveness of the present
generation suggest to us the
advisability of taking time by
the forelock and reserving the
necessary advertising space.
People recognize the fact that
we are in it and intend to sHl
We would like to mention,
before the ink plays out, that
there never has been such
handsome glassware imported
into this country as is on our
shelves to-day. We have made
a specialty of these goods and
have used the greatest care in
their selection. The contrast
ing colors, Red and White,
add greatly to their appearance
and make them especially
valuable as ornaments for the
sideboard in addition to in
creasing their general beauty
for table use.
We also desire to mention
the superiority of our table
cutlery; it has been mentioned
K,HJOH3KTT .R.PtI'V.T. "TAOORA"
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
lloelio Harbor Lline, Powoll Dull'ryn Ltirj;o Btenra Coal.
ANQLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Ooncentrado "
OMondorfl's Special Cnno Manure, Ohlondorfi's Dissolved Poruvlan Guaao.
Steel lELalls, 14, 1, lS&SO lTos.;
HOLTS, NUTS and PISH PLATES TO BUIT.
BAGS Rice, Conl and Paddv;
WIRE Gnlvanized, Varnished, Itlaekand Galvanized Burbed;
GAKDEtf FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tanks, 400 gallon;
I'lain and Corrugated Galvanized Iron.
Siimirc and Arch Kiro Bucks, Down IMpo,
GuttPiing, si,itaie and O. G. i to din.;
Ridging, Galvanized Wator l'ip'j, from Jtoin.;
Sheet Lead. Sheet Zine.
HAWAIIAN COARSK SALT, 10011. bags;
BALT, SUIJA UltYbTALB, LUM1' AL.UA1.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
BEDROOM SETS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH OHKSl'S OF DliAWERS,
WRITING DESKS IN ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TABLES, Etc., Etc.
3Trexicla Iron Bedsteads !
IFjII'X'S a,n.cl OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
egn B T gj GPS. . Ba gE33 W M S S
Oomei- Port 8s Hotel Streets.
SPECIAL SALE IN
FOR. lO D-A.-5TS OlSTT-TST.
TKCE3 S-AXjE! WIIjIj OOMMBNCH
Wednesday, JLipril S?
And will Close Saturday, April 15th.
During this Sale I will oiler to the public ono of the Largest and
Ui'st Selected Stock of Trunks and Valises
over seen in Honolulu
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING DEEN
X. this day appointed Guardian of Mrs.
Rebecca Punee Humeku, formerly Rebecca
Panee Puuku, all persons are hereby noti
fied not to give hor credit, as tho nnder
biuni'd will not pay any bills contracted
J. ALVRED MAGOON,
Guardian Rebecca Paneu Hmnoku.
Dated Honolulu, April U, 1803.
before but like
a good joke
It has proven
This sale will be a fine chance for those intending to
travel this summer, as you will find most any style in the shape
of a Trunk or Valise at tho Temple ok Fashion.
W No Goods in the above mentioned line will "be
Sold to the Trade during the Sale !
E3 I also reserve the right to sell no more than One Trunk
and One Valise to uny ono customer.
. ZED ZEdL Jzx. Xi X G E3
Aro you looking for a Safe
and Profitable Investment ut a
Small Annual Cost?
Then 'examine tho New aud
Novol Forms of Lifo Insurance
now oiToved by
BRUCE & A, J. CARTWRIGHT
OI' THE UiN'lTEl) BTATEB.
The, JMily Bulletin U delivered by
carrieri for 8Q omit per mouth.
one of our best
the buying public and never
fails to give satisfaction. We
include handsome carving sets
in our Cutlery assortment and
offer them to you garnished in
Morocco cases or just plain
knives, forks and steels. We
have never seen more service
able sets and doubt very much
if you have.
In the matter of Carriage
Lamps none have ever been
introduced to equal the Dietz
Miniature Head-light. The
reflector is made in exact imi
tation of a locomotive head
light and will throw the light
twenty feet ahead of your
horse. We have them in
nickel and Japan.
Don't forget the balloon
ascension Wednesday at 2
p. m. !
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposllu BpruokolN1 Jllouk,
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Honolulu, H. I.
20 lbs. W
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