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IHB DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Seel nor l'orty,
Put Established for the lieuelt of All.
MONDAY, MAY 1, ISM.
Mr. Anton Cropp, manager of tho
Koloa plantation, Kauai, in a lottor
to n friund in Honolulu, tnUo&uM-ii-tiou
to a published report that at
his roqnost tho natives retired in a
body from a curtain annexation
mooting. Although ho is not in
favor of annoxation Mr. Cropp does
not wibh to bo roprouontod ai having
takon an aggrossivo pari against tho
object of tho mooting iu question.
All that ho said on tho occasion was
inquiot conversation ami ho mado
no direct appoal to tho natives or
War of some kind is apparently
in tho oyo of tho Advertiser. That
paper goes into an argument, or
what it would palm oil as such, to
show that all tho ollieo-holdors in
tho country should tako up arms for
tho "causo." As tho United States
is now investigating tho late revolu
tion, to ascertain what right the
Provisional Government had to cede
the Hawaiian Islands, and while its
investigation is proceeding will
doubtless see that peace is pieservod
here, it is hard to divino the neces
sity of tho foreshadowed coiibcrip
tiou of Government employees to
servo in tho army. What froh terror
is tho occasion for tho present wild
cry of "To arms?" There are neither
conspiracies on foot nor conspirators
in council. Surely, while the coun
try is enjoying profound peace, the
hundred and sixty mou under arms
and under pay mako a formidable
enough showing without drilling all
tho clerks and mule-drivers, as sug
gested by tho Advertiser, into pay
ing out their money for tho support
of this largo crowd of iseles and
needless military? Is the Govern
ment foolish enough to believe that
tho natives would imperil the lat
chance of securing their rights by
attempting any movement to Mio
the control of affairs while their side
of tho whole question is receiving a
respectful hearing from the United
States? Tho maintenance of the
largo forces now eating up revenues
that are sadly needed for ubotul er
vicos of tho country is not iihmoIj
an imposition on tho tapayei-.. ll
is an evidence that tho 1'iovisional
Government is afraid to trust its
causo of annotation to the peaceful
verdict of the people. Jt is a practi
cal demonstration that the govern
ment wo are having relies solely for
its support on bayonets and not on
tho favor of tho people. The frantic
call on Government employees to
tako up arms either means that en
listment is to bo a new test for oillce
holders, or that tho Provisional Gov
ernment contemplates some fresh
aggression on public freedom or pri
vate rights, or bo'h together, which
it will attempt to execute first and
ask the civilized world to condono
afterward. Perhaps, however, the
wilder idiosyncracies of tho subsi
dized press ought not to bo treated
seriously. Evidence has frequently
been given by that press to mako it
clear that tho Provisional Govern
ment, iu its feverish zeal to suppress
free discussion in tho independent
press, has entirely neglected to ad
minister wholesome discipline to the
free lances who affect to speak, if
not in tho name of tho Government,
at least for tho armed mob who
want to dictate to the Government.
The Steamer Pele Meets With an
Accident on Her Way Down.
The steamer Iwalani, which ar
rived yesterday morning from Maka
woli, brings uows of an accident to
tho steamer Polo, which nearly
swamped that vessel. Tho Pole left
Honolulu on Thursday afternoon
for Makawoli with 210 tons of coal
and eight largo pipes. Midway in
tho channel, a huge sea broke ovor
hor, Tho decks and tho engino room
wore flooded, and the liroo put out.
For sometime there was great oi
citomont on board, and it was feared
that tho steamer would founder.
After a good deal of labor by t lie
crow sho was emptied of tho water,
and tho stoamor arrived in safety at
hor destination. No injuries were
sustained by any of tho crow.
Tho Polo behaved very badly on
tho passage down, not "riding' the
seas as was hor wont. Whether this
was owing to hor being loaded too
low or tiot cannot at present bo
Nod ImhofF Entortains His Frionus
Mr. E. Imhoir, tho popular bum
boat man, celebrated tho anniversary
of his birthday at his residence, Ka
lihi, yesterday, Tlioro wero quite a
number of his friends present, pro
iiiinont among whom woie olllcein
from tho U. S. warships in port. A
regular luau iu the Hawaiian stylo
was spread, and music being iu at
tendance a happy day was spent.
iMr. Imhoir was congratulated by
tho guostH and a desire oxpntsiod
that liu would have many uioie such
Ghinosn and Annoxation.
Km rott Ui'llutix: -
This olippinir is from
clipping is from tho
Francisco liaiuinor, March 31
"It will bo scon by roforenco to
tho local columns of to-day's Ex
aminer that tho Chinese Six Com
panies are open, bold and defiant iu
their determination to dofeat tho
opeiation and execution of the
"It seems that Collector Qiiinu
had made air.mgeinents to roijNtor
a large number of Chinese laborers
-about ir() who are working in
the ilute Mills oor the bay. As soon
as this became known thoolllcors of
the l Sis Companies promptly inter
foied and stopped the movement.
" It is about time that tho Govern
ment of tho United Status should
assort itself. Tho persistent impu
dence of tho Chinese conspirators
calls for prompt and decisive action.
If tnoy hno tendered themoles
amenable for conspiracy to violate a
law of the United Slates or for con
spiring to prevent tho execution of a
law, as seems to be the case, they
should be promptly indicted."
So wo can see how much respect
the Chinese have for tho groat coun
try that has such vast resources and
tho nine million fighting mon the
Star is telling us about. But the
heathen are shrewd. They have faith
in the Supreme Coutt, and from the
tone of the American papers their
faith is not misplaced, as it seems a
foregone conclusion tho Supteme
Court there will declare tho Geary
Act unconstitutional. This will bo
rich when wo remember tho largo
number of lawyers in both Houses
of Congress that passed the Geary
Act. The United States is a large
country--we will say a UK 12 coun-
ti. but it has a Ml( Supreme
Coutt. Anyone who has read Mark
Twain's " Koughin" It," and remem
bers the picture or Townsend's tun
nel that ran through tho hill and
stuck out on both sides, can form a
good idea of the relative size of the
united States and tho United States
Supremo Court. Now suppose that
authority should declate tho acquisi
tion of foieigu territory unconstitu
tional, wheie would wo bo then? I
know the editors of tho Star and
Advert i-or will say such a thing is
unheatd of and impossible, but we
aro used to those two gentlemen.
Anything they do not approve of is
ab-urd, preposterous, etc., and as I
said before if I was a kanaka I
should require more substantial
guatanteo than tho ancient 15th
Amendment or the promise of tho
Annexation Club for my suffrage.
Honolulu, May 1, ISIKJ.
Two Mon Punch Each Othor Over
J. Shaw and Johnson, tho ba'-s
player iu the U. S. S. Mohican baud,
had a set-to in tho Pacific Saloon on
Satmday afternoon about 5:30
o'clock. The start of the trouble
was in or Shaw and a few others
singing "Jiiile Britannia." John
son, being .i true Yankee, did not
like the siiiiiir. and took up a bm.-
tiie oi n-n Doiontrmi; to anaw auu
thiow it on the ground. Shaw had
a few hot words with him and the
saloon was cleared. The men fought
until they wero played out. John
son's face was badly cut and carmine
llowed in abundance. According to
a bystander the scene was sickening.
An officer managed to pull Johnson
out of tho saloon and was taking
him to the Station when they wore
met by Captain Schleminer, who
told tho ollicor to let Johnson go.
Shaw was locked up for assault and
battery, but tho charge was nolle
pios'd this morning.
Some smart aleck to try and stop
1113- pa.ispoit, as I am about to leave
the Island for soino othor seaport
town. Also ono good collector to
collect some bills. Ho must bo hon
est, upright and sober; only those
who can lurnish first-class rofoionco
to the above facts need apply. Al
cash security must bo furnished.
Please call on or address Hon. A. L.
Johnson, tho American Shirt Maker,
corner King and Alakea streets, Ho
nolulu, between tho hours of 8 a. 111.
and 12 p. in., where you will always
find him making all kinds of shirts
to order with all tho latest iinpnue
nients and only for honest people
who pay thoir houost cash, and not
auj' bluffs. All persons having bad
bills to collect gio them to mo and
1 will see to collect them. My
board bill is now paid at Pahala.
And now look out for some fun
all those who aro iutorosted iu my
And the only good Shirt Maker in
Some now Senators.
A Democratic .Senator from a State
whole tlit Republicans 1110 in tho
A iiublican Senator from a State
u'licic the Republicans aic in the
A Hi iniii'i'.itic Kunator whoi-u scat
was jjivon him by 11 bogus IciHluturc
.ifier a Populist hud blulled a caucus
A liupul'hcau Si'n.ilor by appoint
ment hum a Statu whore rival faction
of the h.iinu parly i-aciificoil the elec
tion sooner than yield 01 compioiuitc!
A .Senator wlin has been Republican,
I). -111111:1. it and Populist by such la
nd tiaiisiliou that even the locality
(if hit. s. mI in the chamber baldly de
signates Ills plot-out tilaliii-1
A Democratic .Senator wIiom) elcc
liuii is ilmioiiuci d by bis own party
1 1 out nun cud of Ills .State to tho other
as Hie win); of "tho luinbci litil"
There a n some of the pen-dualities
hwoiu in uiili the change of uiliiiini
imti'in. Tln-iii Ii.im been playing hint
and l'iiM- with tjeu.itoif hqid on tiicli a
sealo n tho country liumi't k'uii giuuu
tb" days of lln uarpui-h.ig j.mvuru
iiHiiitsiu (ho Smilh St. LquIh. Dun!
Tho Hawniis Hold tho Gamo Up to
tho Ninth Inning.
There was a fairly good-sized at
tendance at tho League ground on
Saturday to witness the initial baso
ball gamo of tho season botweon tho
Hawaii and Ciecetit teams. Toe
i teams appeared in good form in the
preliminary practice and a brilliant
i game was anticipated. At !1:.'W
I o'clock the teams tint ted out for tho I
I game iu earnest, the llawaiisin nuttj
miitonus ot rim It and white and tho
Crescents in blue and white. There
were changes noticeable in tho
make-up of tho opposing teams,
Chan. Wilder and Wodehouso of the
Honolulu respectively occupying
tho positions of catcher and center
field in the descents. The llawaiis
entered some good men, including
Chris. Willis, W. Kane, 1 Davis and
Tho Crescents went to bat first
and managed to scoio ono run.
Urom thonee up to tho eighth in
ning tho llawaiis, through excep
tionally lino fielding, held them down
to that one run, although in several
instances the Crescents managed to
have men on third. Iu tho ninth
inning, after two of tho Crescents
had been put out, Chan. "Wilder
batted a ball which was stopped by
Kaao tho pitcher. Taking his time
ho thiew the ball to first. Tho
sphere was thrown too high and
Wilder and Lishman, who were on
bases, crossed tho plato. A batted
ball by Chris. Holt sent Chan. Wil
der traveling homo. Tho side was
retired with tho game staudiug 4. to
.'J in favor of tho Crescents. Tho
mistake was made in tho last throw,
on the last out. Tho Hawaiis iu
their lat inning tied tho score, and
an etia inning had to bo played.
Either side iu tho tenth inning
tailed to score, nut in the eleventh
Wodehouso, Chan. Wilder and Chris.
Holt crossed tho home plato amid
groat excitement. Tho Hawaiis sent
Kaao, Chris. Willis and Thompson
iu safely, thus tying tho score again.
Tho twelfth inning W. Wilder and
Lishman got thoir bases on balls and
were sent home by a batted ball by
Chan. Wilder. Tho Hawaiis failing
to scoro, tho game was given to tho
Crescents scoro U to 7.
Tho features of tho game wero tho
lino fielding of Cupid and Ed. Holt,
and Thompson at second baso, of
tho Hawaiis. Tito playing of tho
team under tho now captain was ex
cellent. Tommy Pryce, tho little
veteran catcher, played a fine game.
Tho Crescents pla3-ed a fine hold
ing game, but wero not very effec
tive at the bat until the latter end
of the game. Percy Lishman at
third played a faultless game, as
also did Ltoss at shortstop. Angus
pitched good ball and V. Wildor
tho acrobat was in it with both foot.
Follow in"; is tho official scoro:
.NMI . All. K. till. II. . K.
Wilder, , '1 . li -2 2 t -J i
LMini.in, ".li (i H 2 li II 0
Wodehoiw, II., i-.f (i 1 10 0 0
Wildci, Chiin., c I! l! '-' 8 3 0
Holt, '., l.f li 1 1 .r 0 1
.sopt-r, lb ft 0 .'i l.'i 0 1
l:os, .-. . . . (i U 2 0 f 0
Thrum, V., r.f. .... (i II 1 0 0 U
Angus (i 0 1 0 3 0
Total .ri !) 7 Mi 17 4
.NVMl.S Ml. K. IIII. II. A. i:.
Willi-", lb li I '111 o 1
Thoiup-on, till (1 '1 1 (i : I
l'nce, u (1117 2 0
Hart, !. 11 0 1 1 4 1
Davis, 3b (1112 12
Woods, 1, r.f 0 0 3 0 0 0
Cupid, c.f (10 0 5 0 1
Holt, Ed., l.f li 1 3 4 1 0
Kane, p li 1 10 2 1
Total 51 7 13 311 It 7
si oitr. nv INMMIc.
Crescents. . . 1 0 0 0 0 0 I) 0 3 0 3 2 i)
Hawaiis . . ..11000100103 07
Two h.ie hit Chun. Wilder, I'nrc,
Willis, Davis. Ii.ees on ball-. by Aiiinis
2, by Katie 7. Stinuk out by Angus 7, by
kaao 3. Left on bases I're-eentM 8, Ha
waiis 11. Passed balls Wilder 1, Prce 1,
Wild pitch Angus 1, Jilt by pitcher
Umpires P. Woods and II. Kaia.
Timo of game: Two bonis and twenty
Scorer O. E. Thrum.
FINISH OF THE FAIR.
Pleasant and Successful Windup of
the Catholic Festival.
Tlioro was n largo throng going
and coining Saturday aftoruoon and
evoning, at tho town windup of tho
Kalihi fair for tho honcfit of tho
Catholic Mission's charitios. Tho
liorotauin stroot armory was hand
soinoly docoratod for tho occasion.
Behind tho booths ou tho makai sido
tho National hand was htationod,
playing its lino music at short intor
vals. Tlioro soomod to bo a lively
trallio at tho diltbront sales booths
and tho rofroshinont tables wore
constantly patronized. Tickets for
prizes left undrawn at tho rafilo
down country sold freoly. A very
respectable amount iniibt have re
sulted from admission foes alone.
Tho flower and lei giila allowed few
to pass without taking a button hole
favor or a gorgeous garland, As
closing time approached a few gay
couples whirled on thoiloorto waltz
music by tho band. Iu proportion
to its magnitude this supplement to
tho groat fair was probably fully up
to the main event in financial reali
zation. Hood's Cures.
in saying t hut Hood's Snrsapurillu
cures, its propriotois initlto no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thoiibauds of reliable people of
what Hood's iSarsaparilla has done
for them, coiicliisholy tiiovo tho fact
-Hood's .Saisuparilla Cures.
j Hood's l'illn act especially upon
i the liver, rousing it fiom torpidity
toils natural duties, cure constipa
tion unit asnint uigo.it ion.
'1 lie wny of I ho tiiiin-Kii'tTor is Ininl,
yd good people loll lot it in iliuouMt'M
iliilig in the U"rhl follow it. Tomih
ll loul.h mm if llin.imiuliili'il HniiiUurf
mo to ho illi.iiiiiiitt(l Kuiuituiii. HI,
Loll id lW'Dlbputuli,
How does ho feel ? He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, nnd changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
maimer of his eating August
Flower tho Romody.
How doos ho fool ? He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flower tho Remedy.
How doos he foel ? 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 there Aucust Flower tho
How does ho feel ? He feels
ifter a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel ? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flowor the Romody.
Building and Loan Association.
rpHi-: ItKtU'LAK MONTHLY MLBT
JL ill-will lie held at the Chamber of
Commerce, THIS (Monday) EVENING,
May I, 18'H, at 7:30 o'clock.
Hereafter, for tho convenience of those
who cannot attend the meeting", payments
will be received nt tho rooms of the Asso
ciation AND THERE ONLY, from 1 to 4
p. m. SATURDAYS, and from 4 to 5 o'clock
r. m. MONDAYS, prior to each meeting.
CSf Payments are required in Gold.
DR. B. SCHNEIDER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Has arrived from Switzerland, where he had
live years' experience in the Army,
and has opened an ollice at
the Club Stables.
B" Both Telephones 477. -"a
Nevv Eu.i0pari 1
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY TWO IILOCKS FROM
Main Entrance to the Fair!
310-318 05th Terrace, Chicago.
Rates: $1 per Day & Upward. 1st Class Cafe.
1 Family Carriage Horse, gentle
1 Pliaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
11. I. LILL1E,
. Jt. Davics & Co.'s.
On Retail Prices!
IS ALLOWED TO
ALL CASH CUSTOMERS
Hobron, Newman & Co.'s
FllKSH STOCK OK
M. Ii. MINER, D. V. S
SlIIKIKON, PlIYMt'IAN AND
Hotel fituliloi. Olllco Hours:
10 a. m.; l::;u toUiUOr. u.
Heililenco with Dr. V. L. Miner, Bercta-
nia Htu-ut. All (.'uIIh will receive prompt
AWX MOWKItS TO LICT 1Y T1IK
j day, uc-til; or mouth' Repairing,
:iiiuiillgiuiil BliiirptmillK ilimu; Diqiliuute
l'luruKfiiriiinliuil uIiuiiicijuIkmI, Miil-IiIik-
1'iillcil for ami ruturneil. Also, ltepuirini;
(tauten lJo-ti -in fuel, can ilo anything
iiuutKhiir) around the lioiinu or btuble.
King nil Mutual Tuluplioiui 16'.'.
Wl-tf N. K. ItllltOKHH.
l'KIIKONH Aiti: HKUKIIY
1 tioiu'il ugitliiHt trunpiiMdni; ou tin
IjiihIk know ii iih I'uhwi, Wiiolnni, I'linnul
Kapiiliiiiiiiuinl Kiililil. Aliynnufoiiiiil trim
i:iiilti,' "HI no proH'UUteil niYorilliig to
BYLVANO l)i: NOllllKIA.
I'roiirliilor KuluriirUu Kuiu;li.
Honolulu, April '.'7, Ifc'Ul, 7IMv
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'll!
Saturday, April 29, 1SDS.
Under the present govern- ',
ment a portion of the street
along the water front has been
improved to such an extent
that old friends would hardly
recognize it. Heretofore it has
been the custom to repair the
driveways in the outer districts
at the expense of the business
thoroughfares. We are pro
mised other improvements in
public works which will be
hailed with sincere delight by
the residents. The pumping
plant at the water works,
when it becomes a fact, will
silence the short water cry of
the Waikiki folks and add
color to the lawns. The sew
age question which has been
mooted for years may very
shortly become a certainty and
cholera scares will not be
dreaded as they now are.
Through the excellent man
agement of the Board of
Health, Hawaii nei has thus
far escaped, but now that the
Islands have been so thorough
ly advertised and immigration
so cordially invited, it will be
strange if Mr. C. H. Olera will
not be found among the set
tlers and tourists who visit us
during the coming summer.
He is to be dreaded more
than the people who have
their eyes on Crown lands and
who will take them up with an
idea of laying them out, not
only for coffee growing but in
plots to overthrow the govern
ment. With the dangers
which surround us in the ab
sence of a proper sewage
system the people must seek
a preventive rather than a
cure. ' It will not do to wait
until the discomfort strikes
you under your vest button or
your girdle, it will be pain
ful then to read advertise
ments; look to it now. The
number of cases from Europe
were reduced more by the
contrivance of a smart Yankee
than the ship physicians. The
Ozonator did it! Last year
when symptoms of cholera
were felt in the United States
we took up two cudgels
against it. First, the Improved
Gate City Filter, because
microbes lurk in the water
even if it comes from an
artesian well; secondly, we
took the Ozonator in hand to
rid the air in the dwellings of
anything injurious to health.
We have a supply of each of
these articles in stock and are
prepared to furnish them to
people who want good water
and pure air. Everyone
knows what the stone filter is
but most people are in the
dark about the air cleaner.
There is absolutely no smell
about it and yet its effect is
instantaneous and wonderful.
What the peculiar qualities
are 6f the liquid used in the
machine no one but the manu
facturer knows, We do not,
we only know the results. The
machine itself is a neat com
pact affair and may be placed
in the bedroom or parlor and
no one will know but that it is
a piece of bric-a-brac.
When the readers of this
column grow tired of scratched
and battered furniture they
cannot do better than get a
bottle of Masolene Furniture
Polish from us and put their
household goods in order.
Ten minutes' work will make
an old dressing case or bed
stead look like new, It's very
cheap stuff and brings the
same good results that are
obtained from polish for which
you pay twice as much money
as we ask.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
()i.imltu HpncLolb' lllovik,
irnir i iir r Minimi
Corner Fort 8c
3 I? 33
By tlie S. S.
1 AVfLL RUCE1VE A
Dry & Fancy Goods
AVIIICIl WILL BE SOLD AT
BBDROOZ PBICES I
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., ... - Honolulu, H. I.
K,EOHS3STT -A.PtR,IV.L "TAOORA'
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New .Zealand
and the States.
Ituclie llnilioi- Lime, I'owoll DuU'ryn I.urgo Steam I'onl.
ANCU.O l ONTIN'L'NTAL flUANO WOUKS CO.'S
Guano " Ooncentrado "
Olilcndorlf's Special Caue Uaauro, OklcudorH's Dissolvent Peruvian Guano.
Steel Re41s( 1-i, IS, 1S&20 lts.;
HOLTS, NUTS and 1'ISII I'F.ATLrf i'O SUIT.
liAC.S-lticu, t'nal nnd I'udilx ;
W1I1K liiilviinii'il, ViiinNhi'd, lllat'l; mill Unlv.inieil li.irbcd;
GARDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC
-A-rLolxors and OlxairLs
Yellow Mul.il Slieatliiny. "ual Tar, lion Tanks, 100 gallon;
I'lain and Coiru.itod (ialv.inied lion,
S411111U and Audi b'ito lliieki, Down 1'ijie,
Oiitte'ing, (,uarc and 0. G. y. to (iin.j
Ilidginn, Galvanized Water l'ip", from Jj to 'Jin.;
Slieut Lead, Slieot Zine,
Wilden'- Charcoal Tin l'lnti's
Itooling Slates, Fire Clay.
Higgin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
SS Pound Sags;
LIVUKl'OOL OOAIiNi: SALT, IVJllj luif;
HAWAIIAN COAKH; SALT.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
ih:di!oom sirrs ix maim.k, walnut ami ash,
SCOTCH UHLSTfe HI-' DKAWiUiS,
WHITING DL11KS IN llOSLtt OOI) and .MAHOGANY,
CORN.i:i and HALL CilAIK.S, CAHD TA15LKS, Lto.,
French Iron Sec3.stea.cis !
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Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A LOT OF
111' A & Aim
k win SI
K.NUKi TO I
Ivdost IIiAstid.io'ULs Sm-ol'Lor!
HOLLISTER & CO.,
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LARGE STOCK OF