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'ME DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nnr Party,
Hut Jistahlhhcd for the llenefil of All.
WEDNESDAY, AY !?, 1893.
Nothing but tho foulest tyrauuy
could ninko treason out of peaceable
opposition to tlio policy of a govorn
mnt. Under tho Eminolutliian coilo tho
oditor of tho JL'nrmlibo of the Vnuilic
is liable to prosecution for treason.
Ho persists in using tho "JJoyal"
title to tho Opora House.
Mr. Emmoluth will find a satis
factory definition of treason in the
deliverances of Justico Dole, now
President of the Provisional Gov
ernment, whilo presiding at the trea
son trials in 1892. If that Councillor
wuld read more aud brood loss, it
u.ight save him from many a foolish
nwtion aud ridiculius exhibition.
How bravo the 8tar is in attack
ing distinguished xisitors after they
hive loft tho couui ryl It gave what
was intended foi a "loast" to Dr.
Bnwon when his back was many
hmidrod miles in i ho distance. Next
when Captain Ludlow is gone
twenty-four hour- in tho U. S. S.
Aiohicau, the valiant editor feolt,
safe in sneering at his seamanship
and his patriotism. The American
ism of the Star ha a .-trong flavor
of Castle Garden.
What a compliment the Star pays
t tho Executive Council, when it as
much as says that I he Council would
'' hrotllo froo speech or tho right of
popular dobate," only that it feels
that "tho effect upon public senti
iK.mt in tho United States might not
! good!" Such in admission in a
l i per supported In the Government
will of course have a good effect on
"tho cause" in the United States. It
would have a better effect, however,
if mado the ground for a libel suit
by tho Government against its even
In yesterday's Star. John Thomas
Waterhouso, Si, "an American citi
zen," has a long rigmarole where ho
tolls how, "befo" de war," he was
willing to sell out his Hawaiian Go
oi'innont bonds "at a very liberal
d scount." He ti kes care, however,
n t to state how l tuch that liberal
d icouut amounted tol Talking of
A uoricau citizen', is it not about
t- ne tho great J. I W.'s (inn took
down that British coat-of-arms from
a"ove tho Quoen s root store? It is
st ango that ho would allow the
Lion & Unicorn - o st, there
In more than one respect the Pro
visional Government has done vio
lence to the constitution, which it
declared it was going to govern by
so far as tho instrument was consis
tent with the change of form. It
has amalgamated executive aud legis
lative functions until ono cannot tell
f ther from which. That valuable
p iuciple ono of the few real re
forming ones gaii. d in 1SS7 which
prohibited legislators from being
o lice-holdeis pre- 'lit or prospective,
h is been trampled in the dust. What
tl.ere is in that pi ivisiou incompati
ble with the repu Jican form no at
ti nipt has been made to explain.
Mr. Emmeluth's lOsolution that is
now pending before the Executive
Council is. an att'tmpt to cap tint
c'imax, being the most dangeiously
uneopstitutttjiial moiisuro yet pro
posed. Its adoption would bo a dis
tinct usurpation of tho judicial
function, in taking power by the ex
ecutive and legislative branches to
construe tho laws.
Mr. John Thomas Waterhouso, Sr.,
has given to tho limited circle served
by tho Star a ciictlar of dato Jan.
1.5, 1S93, to which hitherto only a
si ill fowor privileged eyes have had
a-cess. There is a familiar J. T. W.
i ig about the opening paragraph,
which reads as follows: "In conse
quence of tho suicidal conduct of
tho native portion of tho Legisla
ture, all confidence is lost iu tho
government of tho country." That
was not tho first time Mr. Water
houso lost confidence iu tho govern
ment of tho country. His faith iu
popular government was never in
tense since the close of the era whou
a few foreign shopkeepers, who mado
fortunes out of tho sweat of the
browu skins, ran things to suit
themselves. Three or four years ago,
whou the Thurst m administration
was in the midst of itf- career, Mr.
Waterhouso could not get tho road
supervisor to mal y a bioakwator for
the piotoction of uis lots in Niiuauii
nvuimo from fro. lots. Thereupon
Jl r. Waterhouso vent about town
declaring that tin country was with
out a government and that for tlio
first time iu his lilu ho had bought
a revolver aud kupt it under his pil
low every night!
Laborious ollbrls are being mmlo
by the Government orgauiats to
compose tho minds of anxious plant
ors on the labor question, Thoy are
trying to make the planters bullovo
that Japanese will come hero volu -tartly
after contract labor shall hao
been abolished by United States law.
This is not bad coming from people
who wore lately hard at work on a
Japanese scare, partly based on tho
jealous regard tho Japanese Govern
ment has for tho political rights f
its subjects wherever they go. Win u
the Bulletin tho othor day suggos'-,
ed that a propor understanding
should bo had with tho Unittd
States, boforo. concluding a troaty f
union, upon tjieso points vital to tho
prosperity of tho group, t ho Star
frantically called tho suggestion the
most insidious attack yet made on
annexation. It wont on, in as plain
tortus as it dared to uso, to indicate
that the motive of tho annexation
movement should bo concealed from
tho United States. What troubles
the Star is that tho conservatism of
tho United States has given time for
reflection to thoso who control tie
leading industry of this country--aud
which for a long time to con e
must bo its chief financial stay wit li
the result that now tho owners of a
great majority of plantation stoek
are opposed to annexation on ai y
terms that will ignore their veste.l
(From lltuidicrufl for April.)
The Principal of Kattiohnmcl a
has received an invitation to presei t
a paper on "Tho Educational Vali o
of Manual Training" beforo the
World's Educational Congress.
Mrs. Oleson and children leave for
tho States on tho S. G. Wilder tho
middle of this week.
Tho lirst class in carpentry hao
been erecting a house-frame with a
hip-roof. They are to take it dow n
and, reducing its size, erect it agai i,
putting in door-jams and window
jams. Tho ch'ss of '93 have chosen a
niango-lieo for their class-tree, ai d
the hole for planting it is now being
There are to be quite a number of
changes at Ivamehamoha in 'the
teaching force at the end of this
term. Mr. and Mrs. Oleson oloo
their connection with the school at
that time, and Mr. Uichards assumes
the Principalship. Miss Snow of
Massachusetts will lake the cla s
now taught by Mrs. Oleson.
At the Preparatory, Misses Knapp.
lloppiu and Gorton have resigned
and will leave at tho end of tlio
term. Miss Bicknoll, who has been
at the Connecticut Normal School
for throe 3-ears, has been appoiuli d
to (ill one of these vacancies.
Kameliameha feels tho loss of su h
tried and faithful teachers as tl e
ladies named, and everyone regn s
their departure. It seoins to bo oi e
of tho unavoidable results of secu--ing
teachers from abroad that tl o
tenure is thereby distinctly liniite I.
A pleasant farewell of tho class of
'93 to the Harbottlo brothers fa -pointed
to tho lCipalmlii school w is
'ien I)" Mr. and Mrs. H:ilil at" tin
(. nil urn on Alondav m'miiii."-. Ainil
17. Both boys are to return nid
graduate, special permission boii'g
given them by the Board of Educ i
tion to procmo substitutes for two
weeks in Juno.
Is Opium Smoking Hurtful P
This question is answered in tho
negative in tho Asiatic Quarterly
Boview. Mr. A. P. Nightingale, M.
B., C. M., says his experience is
limited, but after nearly a year's
work among tho Chinese in Johore
and the examination of, and makii g
notes on, tho subject of ovor 10HJ
patients as thoy-passed through the
hospital, he is of opinion that n t
only is tho u-e of opium not an ev 1,
but that iu tho majority of cases t
is oveu beneficial in warding off or
lessening attacks of fever and in o i-
abling a Chinaman to porfor n
heavy coolio labor with the therm -met
or at ISO deg., which no oth-ir
race can do. If a man ovor-smok"s
himself and one is astonished mi
find how few do so he merely go -s
to sleep, aud wakes again qui u
fresh. It never makes him quarr I-
somo; it enables nun to stand a va.t
amount of pain, and is ono of the very
few pleasures of his' life. Compare
this with tho uso and abuse of alco
hol. Mr. Nightingale believes that
the more the opium question is in
quired into the loss harm will bo
seen to result from the uso of this
Nailing a Falsehood.
Tho hlntoniont in last ovoiiiiijjs
Star, that 1 hoveietl around the
Treasury counter (on Monday) m
vain hope that perhaps the Begis
trar (iu the news item it roadb,
"Kogistor") would forKot and hand
over M rs. Doininis' salary, is a do-,
liberate falsehood. I did not make
any demand at tho Treasury for the
Queen's salary on that day, nor have
1 since tho month of March. I
would suggest to tho gontlenian 1 1)
who wrote tho item referred to, that
ho would show hotter bleeding weio
ho to allude to tho Queen iu more
Jami:s W. Koui:htson.
Honolulu, May 3, 1893.
Tho advertising of Hood's Sana
purilla apooals to the sober, common
sense of thinking people, because it
is true; and it is always fully suu
stantiated by endorsements which in
tho financial world w would bo ic
copled without a moment's hesita
tion. Thoy tell the story Hooc.'s
Colonel Teuiplo Clark died sud
denly at Washington. Ho served on
General Hosoernns' staff iu tho war,
and for tho past twelve years has
been an employee of the Department
of Agriculture and a prominent
member of tho Veteran Legion.
Hood'H 1'ills euro liuir ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headache, constipation,
BKJ BILLY GOAT.
Oroatua a Vondotta in tho Portu
Tho Onokoa family residing on
tho slopes of Punchbowl abovo the
Queen's Hospital own a big billj
goat, who has been the cause of end
less rows botweon tho family and
thoir neighbors. This billy goat
was. like any other ordinary goat,
in tlie habit of going into the neigh
bors' gardens and eating the vego-
tanies and liovvers. Tho neighbors,
tho Forroira family, finally became
oxasperatod at tho billy's visits, and
t hoy advised tho Onokoa family to
have their goat locked up. No need
was taken to tho neighborly caution
aud billy made his usual visits, al
though ho was ninny times caught
and given a lambasting. Moro in
tense became the fond botweon tho
families, but up to tho episode about
to bo related that unruly member
tho tongue was tho only weapon
employed on either side, Kentucky
civilization not having immediately
followed tho inauguration of au
annexation campaign by Mr. Vivas
and his onemies.
Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Onokoa
was passing her neighbors' yard
and she was hit by a tin thrown
from the Forroira yard. She turned
around and sting out to stop throw
ing things at her, when Manuel Fer
roira, wife and daughter ran out tho
gate and, jumping on Mrs. Onokoa,
thrashed her about tho head and
shoulders. Her scroanis for help
attracted soino of tho neighbors and
she was rescued from the irate Fer
reiras. Mrs. Onokoa reported to tho Po
lice Station and tho three Ferroiras
were arrested this morning for as
sault and battery. Billy goat was
peacefully grazing in the Onokea
vara tins morning, period ly oblivi
ous to the discord his foraging had
created in the neighborhood.
The Largest Dredger in tho World.
There was launched from the ship
building yaul of tho Naval Con
struction and Armaments Company,
Barrow, recently, a twin-screw hop
per and sand-pump dredger, the
Blanker. This vessel has been built,
to tho order of tho Mersey Docks
and Harbor Board, who have been
so satisfied with tho experiments
made in cutting a channel through
the Mersey bar that the' have deter
mined to further proceed with
dredging operations there, so that
teamers of the largest tonnage may
be enabled to enter the river in any
state of tho tide. The vessel has
been designed by Mr. A. G. Lyster.
under tho direction of Mr. G. F.
Lyster, engineer to tho board. The
following is a description of tho ves
sel: Length between porpoudicu
lars, 320ft.; breadth, moulded, 4Gft.
10 in.; depth, moulded, 20ft. Gin.;
gross register tonnage, 2550 tons.
Sho is built of steel to Lloyd's high
est class, and has amidships eight
largo hoppers (four on each side of
tho vessel), having a total capacity
of 3000 tons of sand. These are
fitted with Mr. A. G. LystOr's patent
hydraulic discharging apparatus.
A well is formed up tho center of
tho ship, butween the hoppers, to
admit of the working of a saud
puinp suction tube, 3ft. 9in. in dia
meter, through tho bottom of tho
vessel. This tube is raised and low
ered by hydraulic pressure, and
whou lowered can drodge to a depth
of 45ft. Largo rectangular landers
are fitted above tho hoppers, with
openings over each compartment
to allow of spoils being distributed
on tho hoppers as required. Two
largo centrifugal pumps, having suc
tion and discharge pipes 3ft. in dia
meter, will bo fixed, capable of rais
ing J000 tons of sand por hour.
Those pumps are driven by triple
expansion engines, having cylinders
UAin., lSm., and 29in. diameter by
ISin. stroke, and which work at
biOlb. steam pressure. Rudders are
fitted forward and aft, controlled bv
steam steering gear. Tho vessel will
be propelled by twm-scrow inverted
triple-expansion ongino. At a sub
sequent luncheon, Mr. Adamson pro
posed success to tho Blanker. This
dredger, ho said, was tho largest
in the world, so far as he knew. Sho
was built to carry 3000 tons, aud sho
could fill horsolf iu about three
quarters of an hour. Thoy now
hoped the Blanker would bo able to
complete the removal of tho great
obstruction to the navigation of tho
Mersey. Mr. Crow said ho felt quite
sure this vessel would enable tho
board to deepen tho bar 21 or 25
feet, and thus opon tho river to the
largest class of ships at auy state of
tho tide. Kiiylixh paper.
Booms to lot with boarc,at llani
Boot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smit h A: Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucuinbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith ic Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cuinbor Tonic. Benson, Smith As Co.,
Dr. McLounau, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
Brof. P, Lombard, A. B., will cou
tiuuo giving instruction iu private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
aud Latin. Residence, Alakoa street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Captain Ives of tho Yale crow has
corroborated the statement that Ox
ford in a cablegram received by Yale
declined to row tho American cham
pions, owing to hor inability to hold
tho crew together. Thoro is no
chance for an international race.
Tho Vienna Neuo Preio Brosio
states that last year the Irish
Bishops, iu tho presence of their
American colleagues, askod tho Bono
frankly why ho did not renounce tho I
temporal power and give up the
friction of his captivity, and Loo re
plied, evasively: "Jt would not bo
bconiiy for mo to do so," Tho None
Froie l'rehse protests against the
l'opo expecting the Catholics of the
world to take up urimOigaiiiBt Italy
whim not a single Italian Cardinal
bulluvun the restoration of tho tem
poral power possible,
DEATH IN THE RING.
A Glove Fight in Which Ono of tho
Combatant Beoelvoa a Torriflo
Iu a glove fight noar Syracuse.
Now York, lately, Dau Donovan oi
Clovolnnd was knocked out. Douo
van's onoouent was Joo Dunfeo of
Syracuse, who novor had fought bo
foro. t For tho firBt five rounds Dun
feo did all tho work, punching his
man at will, and nearly had him
knocked out in tho socond round,
but ho was too tired to take advan
tage of his opportunity.
In tho sixth round Donovan wont
to work and thoro was furious fight
ing, Donovan having tho host of it,
and tho round ending nono too Boon
to save Dunfeo from defeat.
In tho sovonth round, howovor,
Dunfoo rallied, and banged Dono
van all ovor tho ring, knocking him
down several tinios. After tho last
blow ho was unable to inovo. Ho
was picked up, takon to tho hotol
and two doctors summoned, who
worked ovor him for hours, without
avail, to bring him round. His nose
is badly brokon and breathing was
At 3 o'clock tho aftornoon after
the fight tho physicians pronounced
Donovan's enso hopeless. He began
growing weaker about noon, without
having returned to consciousness.
Dunfeo and Koforoo Douohuo have
Emin Again Boportod Killod.
A special from Kampala, Uganda,
dated December 1-lth last, reports
two apparently authentic statements
received to tho effect that Emin
Pasha, tho famous oxploror, had been
murdered by fiorco Manyomas on
tho banks of the Ituri river, in March
of last year. Tho sender of tho des
patch is not wholly convinced of its
How does he feel? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel thesa-ie way
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel? He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
?aten or drunk August Flower
How does he feel? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower the Rem
edy. How does he feel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower the
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, 0. S. A.
PIANO TO LET.
A N UPRIGHT PIANO WILL BE TO
xjl let on Slay 3d
ANY AND ALL PERSON'S POUND
riding, driviiiK or otliorwite trespass
ing on tho Kapiolani Park Itneo Track,
without the necessary permit, will be pro
ceeded. (). O. ISEKQER,
iH E MISSIONARY GLEANERS WILL
irvt n Lnwn Iirtv nt tho. Rpstilnnnn
of Mr. W. It. Custle, SATURDAY AFTER-
MMJS, .May lil n, at "J o'clock.
Zf Special Amu.-ements for Children.
AiliuisHion, t!.-e. 710-3t
rrWIK SLOOP "WAIANAE,"
X F. Mot tn, master, mils
from Honolulu for above port
mi every Monday and Thurs
day nt 10 o'clock-. m.
A. O. l'KSTANA, Agent,
with GoiD-alves A: Co., Queen st.
DR. B. SCHNEIDER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Club Stables, : : : Honolulu.
Huh ii rrl veil from Switzerland, where he had
live years' experience in the Army,
and lias opuued un olllee lit
the Club Stable:).
tfeS Both Telephones 477. "a
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
Kn-hlon Stable Company, (L'd).
huld in this city April 'JO, lS'JJ, tho follow
ing Ollicurs were elected to servo for the
J. J. Sullivan President,
1. 1". it. Uenberg Yieo-1'renldent,
J. Itnekley Treamirer,
J. A. HuHsingor Seeretury,
V. W. .Macfarluno ,... .Auditor,
J. A. HASSINGER,
Honolulu, May 1, 1B!)3. 715-3t
1 Family Carriarje Horse, Bti
1 Pliaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
II. I. MLI.IK,
"Ol-tf ut T, 11. Dnvliw ii Co,'.
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'fl
Saturday, April 189, 1898.
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.
Throup-h 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
knpws 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 of 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
0)iolto Spri-uki-l' lllouk,
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Corner Fort 5s
S IE3 IE O
By the S. S. "Australia"
I WILL RECEIVE A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry & Fancy Goods
WHICH "WILL BE SOLD AT
311 DEI PI Ti I O KL" ,
Comer Fort and Hotel Sts., -
IHlOEiTT -A.IR.rV.A.L "TACORA"
Retjular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Houlie Harbor Limo, Powull Dullryn Largo Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WOIIKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
Ollendorff's Special Cauo Maauro.
Steel Distils, 14, IS, 18&20 llos.;
HOLTS, NUTS ami FISH l'LATKS TO SUIT.
BAGS lUcc, Cnal ami Paddy;
WIUK Gnlvani.ed, Vnmlsliuil, Black and Galvanized Baibed;
GARDEX EE2sTCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
j.rLctLors a,nd Cliains
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tank, -100 gallon;
Plain and Corrugated Galvanized Iron,
Square and Arch Kiro Briekf, Down Pipe,
Guttering, square and O. G. i to Gin.;
Itidging, Galvanized Water Pip?, from t to l!in. ;
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Wildcn's Cliarro.il Tin Plates,
Hooting Slates, Firo Clay.
Eiggm's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
SS Found Bags;
LIVERPOOL OOAIiKi: SALT, ll-.M1i l.nijs;
HAWAIIAN COAUSh SALT, Kmll, h.ig-;
HOOK hALT, SODA CRYSTALS, .LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
IJKDltOOM PIVTS IN' MAPI.K, WALNUT and ASH,
scotch oiii-.sTs oi-' di:avi:i:h.
WHITING DUSKS l.V IIOSUWOOI) ami MAHOGANY,
COUNHU and HAM. OHAIliS, CAP.J) TA ISLES, Ktc,
French Iron Bedsteads !
.IlsTTS and OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OE SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
WE HAVE J UST RECEIVED
A LOT OF
EXTEI FIIE HAVANA CIGARS
!M:ost Fastidlo-ULs Smoker!
HOLLISTER & CO.,
108 Fort Street, Honolulu., EC, I,
I J Xj I
Honolulu, H. I.
Olilondorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guano,
PLKASB THE TASTE
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