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SUPREME COURT OF THE HA
OHIlHll KOU Sl'KCtAl. THISM.
Dooming It cstwitlnl to tlio promotion or
jnstieo, and liy Virtue of tin- iinthorlty
vustwl In mo by Suetion ol of tin- Act to
lteorgnnlzo tlio .tuilloi:ry Denintment, 1
hereby order a Sei:ot.u, Tiiism of the
Suprcniu Court to bo hulil in the Court
llootu (upstairs) of Alliolnni J Inlp, Hono
lulu, on THUUSDAY, tin- i!0th April, 1M)H,
nt 10 o'elock a. m. '
Witness my bund mill vonl of tln
( ) Supreme Court, at Honolulu,
rkal V this. Ifith (luv of April, A. It.
I i isua.
i-" A. 1 .111)1),
Chief Jubtii'e of tin1 Supreme Court.
M DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged lo neither Sect nor J'arly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, Al'ML IS, 1893.
The San Francisco Chronifilo at
first rcdhot lor annexation is now
hedging. It says editorially that
there has been a cooliug off in the
annexation sentiniont in California,
adding, "This is as it should be."
In Bishop Willis's letter iu the
Bulletin of April 12, "ISM" was
printed by mistake, for "1S71," as the
yoar of tho Japanese treaty. The
correction was received too late to
be made in tho Wei:kly Bulletin.
one side of which is printed four
daj's ahead of publication.
Wo aro requested to stale that the
ladies' address to Commissioner
Blount was not intonded for publi
cation, but that it was given to the
Bulletin through a mistake of the
copyist. Tins will account for many
orrors which occur in tho published
version, ono of which especially, at
tho end of the fourth paragraph, is
quito unintelligible. Instead of say
ing that "tho aliens to thin ingenious
pretext," etc., tho original has, "took
a very disingenuous pretext," otc.
Another error is that tho new secre
tary is not Mrs. Oliver Stillman, but
Mrs. C. K. Stillman.
Queen Victoria has raised the
rank of Sir Julian Pauncefote, Bri
tish representative iu Washington,
from that of Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary to that
of Ambassador. Sir Julian will be
the first minister to Washington to
hold tho title of Ambassador, but it
is probable that France, Germany.
Russia and Austria will follow the
British example. This would re
quire by international courtesy cor
responding change on tho part of
tho United States. Then tho ques
tion would arise whether tho chango
of titles would necessitate tho re
submission of all these appointments
to tho Senate for reconfirmation.
Preparations havo now gono so
far in Ulster, tlio traveling corres
pondent of a London paper reports,
that nothing can prevent bloodshed
in case tho Homo Rulo bill-bo pass
ed. Barracks accommodation is be
ing sought hi Belfast by tho Imperial
authorities for a considerable body
of troops. Contributions, on the
othor hand, aro flowing daily into
tho war chest of tho men of Ulster,
in many cases from persons who had
not been appealed to for aid. Each
of four eminent Irishmen gave .200,
000, and tho Mayor of Belfast has
given $50,000. Whou tho corres
pondent wrote, over a mouth ago,
tho total amount subscribed was
more than five million dollars. Ac
cording to this tho prospect is de
cidedly dusty iu tho Emerald Islo.
TARIFF FOR REVENUE.
If tho modol tariff bill prepared
for Cleveland's administration by
tho Now York Reform Club should
go through, tho American tariff will
havo made a decided jump to the
free trade side of the scale. Tho
proposed measure is ono strictly of
a tariff for revenue only. Its offool
would bo a tremendous impetus to
tho foreign trade of tho United
States. Thoro is in it no cause for
fear of daniago to tho nation's "in
fant industries," which havo becomo
rathor sturdy undor tho coddling of
all those years of protection. These
ought now to bo able to stand on
their own legs, if tho United States
is not to maintain a perpetual con
fession that it cannot compete, on
equal tonus, with tho rest' of tho
world iu manufactures. Under a
moderate tariff an outlet for surplus
products of Amorican Holds ami fac
tories would bo gained, far beyond
what might bo sacrificed of profits
now unjustly forced out of the
pockots of domestic agricultural
producers, wlio aro si ill in splto of
the burdens of protection tho great
est class of wealth creators iu tho
THE HAWAIIAN QUESTION.
J. Mott Smith Uoliovus a Now Treaty
Hah Boon "Proparod.
J. Mott Smith, Hit1 Hawaiian Min
ister to Washington, was interview
ed in Host on on tho 8th inst. Ho
said (hat lie would lomain hero some
time, as I hero was nothing for him
to do at Washington until Commis
sioner Klount made his repot t on
tho question of annontiou.
"He thinly he can do it in three
moiitlis," aid Smith, "but it is my
eatuiKi opinion uiai no will lomain
six months at least. President
Cleveland, 1 believe, has drawn up a
treaty with the islands, but just,
what it is no one appears to know
but himself. For that matter, no
one knows what he proposes to do
wilh it. Nothing will bo dono in
the matter until Commissioner
Dlount is heard from. They have
all the facts now, I suppose, but tho
Democrats want to havo them come
from their own representative. In
other words, they want to find out
"As far as the natives aro concern
ed, they would naturally prefer to
remain as they aro, while tho resi
dent Americans want annexation for
what they can make out of it."
A1MUKAL IinoWN THINKS THE ANNEXA
TIONISTS MADE A SERIOUS MISTAKE.
Admiral George Brown denies that
ho wrote to John A. Cummins since
the change of governmont at Hono
lulu. Ho says Mr. Cummins is his
jnost intimate and best friend among
The Admiral added, speaking to
an interviewer: " However, 1 had writ
ten to an intimate friend of his and
told this friend that tho monarchi
cal form of government in tho Ha
waiian islands was at an end and
forever and that tho Queon might
as well sell her crown. 1 am strong
ly in favor of annexation and always
have been, but 1 think tho annexa
tionists iu Honolulu made a serious
mistako in forming tho Provisional
Government by ignoring tho bettor
class or native llawaiians, who to
my knowledge aro annexationists at
Australia Arrives One
Ahead of Hor Time.
The town was agreeably surprisod
this morning when a report was re
ceived through telephone that tho
S. S. Australia was off Koko Head.
There had been some talk previous
ly that the steamer would leavo a
day earlier, Tuesday, resuming her
former trips. Some people were of
tho opinion that Mr. Clans Spreckels
va on board, and that accounted
for the steamer's early arrival. Near
noon Pilot Macauley brought tho
steamer up alongside tho Oceanic
wharf in line style, and in about live
minutes the gangway was run up,
but it was souks lime before every
thing was made ready for people
going on board.
The main questions asked were, "Is
Claus Spieckels on board?" "'Any
startling now,?'' and "Did tlio
steamer leave a day ahead?" To
this string of queries camo the
answers thick and fast. Clans
Spreckels was on board, and there
was nothing startling, and the
Australia left on schedule time,
and had broken tho record for tho
Oceanic steamship line. Tho Aus
tralia's true time coming down was
B days, IS) hours and XI minutes.
Tho best previous record in tho
Oceanic steamship lino was made by
tin S. S. Maripoa in July, 18S3. Hor
time from San Francisco to Hono
lulu was 5 days and 20 hours; tho
Australia thus beating hor by just
Purser Ryan's report is as follows:
Steamer Australia, II. C. Houdletto
commander, sailed from San Fran
cisco on April Pith at 2 p. m., with
17 cabin and 7 steorago passengers,
and 32 bags mails. Experienced
extraordinary favorablo weather
throughout the voyage. Arrived at
Honolulu April 18th, at 11:30 a. m.
True time, 5 days, 19 hours and 33
The Australia averaged 865 miles
a day, a fraction over 15 knots an
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
Officers for tho Year Good Pros
pects for Juno 11th.
The Hawaiian Jocko' Club held
its annual mooting yesterday even
ing at the Hotel, when the follow
ing officers were ro-olectod: II. A.
Wideniann, Prosidout; J. A. Cum
mins, Vice-President ; CO. Borger,
Secretary; .1. G. Sponcer, Treasurer.
A goodly number of mombors were
present, and the prospects of a good
meeting on Juno 11th aro fair. The
executive committee will moot in a
day or so and prepare a program of
events, which will be published
at an early day. Tho members
of the club are confident of
a successful moot. Some of tho
members have horses already in
course' of training, and others will
"Mr. Milsap," said Tommy, altera
long and earnest scrutiny of tho
visitor at tho other end of tho break
fast table, "if you'd use tho samo
kind of while stuff on your fco that
mamma usc on hern them big
freckles you've got wouldn't show at
all." -Chicago Tribune.
yy wife was confined to hor bed
for over two mouths with a very se
vere attack of rheumatism. We
could get nothing that would a fiord
her any relief, ami as a last resort
gave Chamberlain's 1'aiu Balm a
trial. To our great surprise sho be
gan to improve after the first appli
cation, and by using it regularly she
was soon able to get up and attend
to house work. 10. 11. Johnson, of
(J. .). Kimtson & Co., Kensington,
.Minn, 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. ISoiisou, Smith c Co,,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Subscribe or the Daily Bulletin, CO
cents per month.
Satisfactory Tost of Frofossor Elisha
Gray'o Wonderful Invention.
A number of newspaper men and
invited guests witnessed an exhibi
tion of Professor Flisha Gray's tel
autograph in the Home Insurance
Huilding, Chicago, a few weeks
ago. The telautograph, as ils
name implies, enables ono to
transmit instantaneously by wire
a fac-siuiilo of his nnndwriting
to a distance. An ordinary pen or
pencil is employed, As it moves a
pen at the other end of the lino
moves simultaneously, and forms
the words and letters iu precisely
tlio same way. Whatever is written
at one end of tho lino is reproduced
in fac-similo at the other ond. Tho
tests woroontirolysatisfactory, many
of thorn being made by tho guosts.
Writing, sketches, musical notation
and stenographic characters were
transmitted with equal fidelity. The
tests were made through artificial
resistances representing many hun
dred miles of wiro. It is expocted
that tho telautograph will bo gonor
ally used as an adjunct to tho tele
phone, and for business purposes
gonorally, where private wires aro
Misuse of Bayonot.
A Gorman, omployoo of Mr. A. P.
Cooko, complained to tho Deputy
Marshal yesterday morning that an
othor Gorman, member of tho na
tional guard under Captain Zieglor,
had coino to his place the night bo
foro and poked his bayonot at him
iu a threatening manner. Tho mau
stated that ho wanted tho P. G.
guard arrested. After duo delibera
tion a missivo was sent to Captain
Ziegler advising him to warn tho
guardsman about using his bayonet
in a threatening manner toward
It appears that tho complainant
was living with a woman who was
previously married to tho P. G.
guard, and this probably has caused
tlio latter "sleepless nights."
Of Course You Read
The testimonials frequently pub
lished in this paper relating to
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thoy are from
reliable people, state simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you try
this medicine? Bo sure to got
English as She Is Spelled.
There was a young fellow in debt,
Who likely would he in it vebt,
But he pulled in the cash
On a quarter-mllodash,
And .-0 to I was tho heht.
Detroit Free I'rei.
A Suro Sign.
Said Sue: "They'll never marrv, dear.
Said Pan: "Wily think you that?"
"Well, they've licen rourting for a yoar
And haven't had a spat."
AVir York J'rrxi.
Finn Job Printing at the Bulletin Office.
AXI) AM. 1'KliSONS FOUND
lini;, driving or othenvi-e tie-nas-s-
nir on tin' Jv:iiiolaiu J "ark Kara Thick,
without tlio neeenrv iiorniil, will he pro-s-ecutud.
0. O. BKlUlKit,
ALL MKMHKKS OF THE HAWAIIAN
Women's Patriotic League, wishing
their names eiased from the roll, ean do so
within three day.-, from date, liy applying
to the Committee at the residence of Miss
I'eahody (Luke), corner of Ueretunia and
.MltS. 0. K. STILLMAN,
Seeietarv II. W. H. A. A.
Honolulu, April IS, lb'.U. 701-.'it
rplIK U.VDF.ItSmNKD HAVING HE EN
L this day appointed (Iniirdi.in of Mrs.
ltelieeca 1'anee lliimeku, formerly Kebeeca
l'aneo I'liuku, a spendthrift, bv order of the
Uonorahlo W. A. Whiting, l''irst Judge of
tlie Circuit Court, First Circuit, liled and
made this day, all persons aro hereby noti
fied not to giye her credit, as tlio under
signed will not pay any bills contracted
.1. ALFRED MAflOON,
Guardian Keheee.i l'aneo Huineku.
Dated Honolulu, April 11, lb!.
f ENTLEMAN WANTS
VJ a I'tirnishcd Koom
a private faintly,
to "X.," BuhMsriN
rpHE LAHCE STOKE
JL and Coll'ee Saloon of
Love's Itakery on Nuuatiu
street. The Honing aro
Jx'Jll and SJx-S. These are separate from
tho llakery. The llakery is still in opera
tion and will have a store for the alo of
Urcad, Cakes, Vim, etc., adjoining the pre
sent one. For further particulars apply to
II. (J. MASON,
70'1-lw on the premises.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
with l'leasaiit Grounds.
formerly tho residence of the lato H. J.
Hurt, sltiiiito on Nuiliuui Avenue below
School street. Tonus easy. 0JI!-tf
NOTE Jluforu seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, It will pay you lo scan
our column, mid lo ut once consult tlio
undersigned at their otllce,
tM ' keep 1'ropwrty in Frst-chiM
Condition. Our terms nro moderate and
us landlords we will always he found rea
sonable in our dealings.
XT' Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. OARTWRianT,
"Carlwrlglit liulldluH," Meielmut Htioet.
The Daily Bulletin it delivered by
carrier for CO cent per month.
This is the query per-
What is pettially on your little
bov's lips. And he is
It For? no worse than the bi
tier, older, bahler-lieai
ed boys. L,ife is nn interrogation
point. " What is it for?" we con
tinually cry from the cradle to tho
grave. So with this little introduc
tory sermon we turn and ask: "What
is August Flowhr i'ok ?" As easily
answered ns asked : It is for Dys
pepsia. It is a special remedy for
the Stomach and Iiver. Nothing
more than this ; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants iu the country and
sells every where. Why is this? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and docs it right along it
cures Dvspcpsia. Q
G. G. GREBN. Sole Mau'fr.Woodburv.NJ.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Mini -:- Residence
On SATURDAY, April 22nd,
AT VI O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at
at my Sales-
That Villi Residence
On Beretania Street,
llotween liich'ards and Punchbowl streets,
formerly occupied bv Mr. J. YV.
The Lot lias a frontago of l!7-K feet on
Ueretania street, 10" feet deep and l)Si feet
on the U.irracks lot. There is a
Very Convenient Cottage
On the I'lemises, lately put in Thorough
This House contains ." liedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Kitchen, Pantry and llath
Itoom with Patent Closet.
The Orounds are nicely laid out witli
Ornamental Shrubs and "Fruit Trees, and
oilers a line oppmtimity to secure it Valu
StSF For further partioul.iis apply to
Jas. IT. Morgan,
BY REQUEST !
Series of Interesting Incidents In
Adapted for tho Stage by the Hawaii Po.noi
DiUMvrio Co., to be presented in Eng
lish liy Native llawaiians on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 22,
Will be produced a Melo-draina in
Two Acts, entitled ;
"The Lady Twilight"
IKTe-w Scenes I
New Costumes I
New Songs 1
A Musical Interlude by tlie Company:
Overture Hawaiian National Hand
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters by the Company.
fW A Bet of Kcalistiu Scenery lias been
specially designed and painted for these
Prices as Usual 50c, 76c. & $1.00.
Door Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8,
Plan open nt Levey's whoro
be had for all parts of the
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THJ5 Al riTKAMHUIl'
A TTJTTP?. A T .T A M
WILL LKAYK HONOLULU
t'Oli I UK AIIOVK I'Oltr ON
Wednesday, April 26th,
Tho underfilled are lion iiroii.irud to
labile Through TlokotM from tlilx cltv to nil
points in tlie Culled ritates,
Kor further .aitlunlarsreK"i,dliib' I'V'Igltt
or I'lumigu iiiily to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
7UI-Ut General Amenta.
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'll
Saturday, April 16, 1803.
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 bugbear to tlie
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 dis
tribute advertisements of our
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 sell
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
before but like a good joke
bears repetition. It has proven
one of our best attractions to
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 Dictz
Miniature Head-liyhl. The
reflector is made in exact imi
tation of a locomotive head
light and will throw the light
twenty feet ahead of )otir
horse. We have them in
nickel and Japan.
Don't forget the balloon
ascension Wednesday at 2
p. m. !
Hawaiiau Hardware Co., L'd
Opnoultu BnreuUeU1 illoulc,
jj- 1 ,1 , jn,, Wi mmmmytmmmttamrimmm'ivamietmmmimnmm
Corner Iort Sa
By tlie S. S. "Australia"
1 VrLL UEUElYtt A LAliflE STOCK OF
Dry & Fancy Goods
WHICH "WILL BE SOLD AT
BEDBOOK ZPIRXaiJES I
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts
PLEOHI3SrrP JtJFL-BLYVJLJL "TACORA"
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
I'.oehe Harbor Lime, Vnwell DnlVryn Large Steam Coal.
AXCLO CONTIN'KXTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentra&o "
Ohlenuorll's Snscial Cano Manure, Ohloiidorii's Dissolved Peruvian Gnauo.
Steel PLa.ils; 14, IS, 1S& SO llos.;
1JOLT.S, NUTS and KISH PLATKS TO SUIT.
HAMS liiee, Coal and I'nddvj
WUIK Galvanied, Varni-hed, lllaeU and (lalvanized Barbed;
GARDB3ST FEsTCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
.A.rLoli.ors smd OtLeiirLS
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, lion Tnnk, IU0 gallon;
l'lain and Corrugated Galvanized Iron,
Senate and Areh Fire IJneks, Down T'ine,
Guttering, v,uaie and 0. G. Ayt to Gin.;
Ridging, Galvanied Water Vine, from Vi to ain.;
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
ilden's I'lintt'onl I in Plates,
Roofing Slates, Fire Clay.
Higyin's Fine Eureka Bairy Salt!
56 Fovnacl Bags;
L1VKRP00L COAItSK SALT, 1121b bags
HAWAIIAN COAKSE SALT, 11)011. bags;
RUCK SALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
UKUliOOM SKTS IN MAl'LK, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH OHKSTS OK DRAWERS,
WRITING DESKS IN ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and II ALL CH Al RS, CARD T AULES, Etc.,
:Fre:n.oli Iron. Bedsteads !
:FAX2sTTi sixicl OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
20 lbs. W
will tell you
it is the
A dainty new book, The Jluby, by
ucil authorities on baby life, free lo
mother who Kends her address
'IIIOMAS l.l!l!MIN(l & COMI'ANV,
7.1 Wurrni St., New York.
HOLLISTEE, & CO.,
lOB Fort Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
SlCSr1 Yon arc
Our Store and :
Samjmjs of the
to call at
it a Punic
Fire Milk Food!
And requires only the addi
tion of Water to pro-
it lor use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
IKoiaoIulu., EC. I.
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