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THE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of Ml.
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1893.
If Mr. NordlioiT's lottor to tlio
Herald is so utterly falso in its slato
mouta as the Advortisor assorts, that
papor coilld havo exposed its char
acter in uo moro offoctivo way than
by printiufj it in full. The commu
nity whoso present condition pur
ports to bo described in the letter
can hotter judge as to the truth or
falsity of tho picture than a partisan
newspaper. Mr. Nordholl', whoso
lottor is republished in full in this
issuo, has simply written facts and
opinions that havo come to his eyes
and ears. With one or two other
real journalists who havo come hero
to report tho situation, amidst a
largo troop of correspondents from
tho United States, Mr. Nordholl' has
refused to make himself tho tool of
tho Provisional Government. The
way some of thoso people havo dis
torted aud falsified interviews, and
maliciously misrepresented residents
who received them courteously and
gave them facts, only to havo them
suppressed, has boon nothing short
There was a dastardly attack on
tho Hawaiian jury in yesterday's
Star. They were charged in etl'ect
with wilfully defeating tho ends ol
justice for spito against tho Pro
visional Government. It was alleged
that tho jury had rendered no ver
dict for tho Government, which wan
a stupid untruth. A verdict of guilty
was rendered against one of tho
jurymen's countrymen while a re
porter of tho Star was looking for
news on tho same lloor of tho Gov
ernment building yesterday. To
day a Hawaiian jury rendered an
other verdict of guilty, and without
leaving tho box, against a coua
patriot. In tho cases wherein the
jury havo rendered verdicts of ac
quittal, tho evidence was without
exception too weak to sustain tho
prosecution. That there was a good
deal of this weakness is proved by
the number of cases on tho calendar
not prosecuted. Judge Cooper has,
it is learned, privately reprimanded
tho representative of the Star for
his partisan comments on proceed
ings in tho Court. There was a time
not long ago when for a similar of
fense tho offender might have
thought himself fortunate to get off
with a heavy fine for contempt.
THE FLAG INCIDENT.
From tho 'Washington despatches
of April 1 in the New York Sun of
April 1G wo glean tho following, re
lating to proceedings in tho U. S.
When Mr. Hawley had taken his
seat Mr. Lodge (Kop., Mass.) offered
the following resolution:
ltttuhrd, That the Secretary of Statu be
directed to inform the tiunuto by wlioo
authority the American Hag wua hauled
down from the Government building at
Honolulu on Ajtril 1.
Mr. Gorman (Dum., Md.) Let
that resolution go over till Monday.
Tho resolution went over, with an
amendment offered by Mr. Butler
(Dein., S. C.) to add tho words, "and
also by whoso authority tho samo
was hoisted on said building."
Tho Souato adjourned nine die be
fore tho Monday mentioned.
NEW SAILORS' HOME.
Work To Bo Begun at an Early
The Trustees of tho Sailors' Homo
Society held a meeting in tho Cham
ber of Commerce room this after
noon. Tho mooting was for the
purpose of deciding whoo bid
would bo accepted. After a little
discussion tho lowest bid, that of
Lucas Bros,, .'515,019 for the wholo
budding, was accepted.
Tho now homo will bo on tho ma
uka side of tho now market building,
aud will faco that way. Work will
bo begun at an oarPy date, Mr. JJip
loy tho architect having tho plans
and designs all ready.
Hawaiian Electric Company.
Tho Hawaiian Electric Light Co.
mot this afternoon and ratified the
purchase of tho franchise, Tho fol
lowing ollicers wore elected: V. G,
Irwin, president; Alex. Young, vice
president; W. W. Hall, Treasurer;
E. O. White, secretary; T. May, au
ditor. A committee was appointed
to attend to the selection of a site
for tho now works, etc., and to re
port at a meeting to bo hold next
Noses in Holland.
A study of Jan Htcon's pictures ol
Dutch homo lite fcomo 200 veins ago
proves to conviction that in his l.iy
tho nooCh of his con u.r folk weiu
quite as fanliihtiu us tln-y ate now.
Without tlniir jiisinIuIuuh, he.tvy,
iniitli-iiiHiiiriiig organ ol smell, the
artist's tipsy fiddlers and lieitMiiitb,
ijtmck doctors and hout-uwivos would
nut make one smile half as much ae
thoy do. It is well thut tho murage
Dutchman is a good-uiilutcri fellow.
Ha matter whether his amiability he
due to his phlegmatic tumporamuiit
or to the rcuboucd lii-cjlim; in hit,
soul, (lie rcMilt is tho sumo to the out
er world, If ho worn mutually dl
jiowcid to ho a prey of Iiik jiii-muii,
tluiro would ho somcthiiit,' honihly
illricorduul hi the broad comedy of hi
fuuu, Uhumhurs' Journal,
Rohoarings Wantod -A Magistrate
Dismissed Circuit Term.
Messrs. Monsnrrnt aud W. A. Kin
ney, counsel for plniutlff, havo filed
a motion to set for rehearing tho
cause, Arthur Mouritz vs. John N.
Ilao in his own behalf aud as guar
dian ad litem for John and Maria,
minors, aud Kipola. It is staled in
tho motion that Justice Sanford B.
Dole, who resigned on Jan. 17, 1893,
took tho cause under advisement,
after argument, on Fob. 1, 1892, ami
had not since rendered any decision
or opinion whatsoever thereon.
Mr. Achi, counsel for defendants
in C. Kaiaiki vs. J. W. Koliikoa ot al,
has filed a motion for a day to bo
sot or hearing argument on demur
rer, which Justico Dole had heard
sonio time last year, "but there is uo
decision rendered by him until to
day, which gave a very inconveni
ence to the defendants.''
11. A. Widoinann has filed his
seventh annual account as guardian
of minor children of J. L. Kiohard
son, showing: receipts, $57(K),52; ex
poiulilurc!S,$l$u9.:r; balance, 11.27.
In tho bankruptcy of Tai Ling,
Judge Cooper allowed the assignees
of the bankrupt estate of Wong
It work Hang to prove their claims.
A. S. Hartwell for claimants; C.
Brown lor assignee.
S. 11. Kalamakee, District Magis
trate of Waialtia, was to-day dis
missed from ollico by order of tho
Justices of the Supremo Court. Ho
was charged to tho Court b tho
Altorney-Goneral with being incom
petent anil dishonest, and not a
suitable person to hold tho ollico of
District Magistrate. It was shown
that last month ho discharged
Daniel Pohakahi, a prisoner brought
beioio him charged with felonious
branding, although tho man pleaded
guilty anil the Deputy Sheriff pro
duced two witnesses to swear to his
With the case now on trial tho
Hawaiian jury will practically com
plete its work on the criminal calen
dar. Tho jurors not on tho case
havo been dismissed by J udgo Cooper
till notified. There remains tho
charge of murder against C. A. Her
ring, lor tho killing of D. L. Hunts
man, but there is to bo argument on
some legal point or other in tho case
hclore it is called for trial. C. W.
Ash ford is counsel for Herring.
11. C. Peterson, by his attorney,
Mr. Hartwell, has iiled a discon
tinuance of his appeal from the Dis
trict Court, where ho was fined for
assault and battery on S. Ehrlich.
Malio Akamu, charged with house
breaking, was acquitted by a Ha
waiian jury this morning, i'oepoe
lopa undertook his own defense
on a charge of housebreaking, and
a Hawaiian jury found him guilty
without leaving their seats.
JCailipaka, who was acquitted on
the charge of stealing Miss Fan
ning's watch the other day, is being
tried this alternoon for tho theft ol
a watch from a Chinaman. Ho is
his own lawyer.
ITCHING FOR DAMAGES.
Incarceration of a Native Sailor
A native sailor named Pokelo
came within an aco of adding an
other to the list of 'jsSOOO-damages
fiends. Pokelo deserteil tho contract
service of tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. some weeks ago, aud
no trace of him could bo found by
the police, although tho town was
carefully searched. A few days ago
ho was located at Koolau, whoro ho
had been living right along. Pokelo
was brought over, locked up, aud
tho 1. I. S. N. Co. notified of his ar
rest. The prisoner decided to return
to service, and F. Harvey, agont for
the company, settled tho matter by
paying the costs of Court, $3, yester
day morning. Nothing more was
thought of Mr. Pokelo by tho ageut,
although several telephone mes
sages were sent to him. Pekolo was
liberated at last yesterday afternoon
and ho threatened to sue tho Provi
sional Government for $3000 dam
ages, for keeping him imprisoned
alter his case had beou settled. Ho
applied at tho Deputy Marshal's
ollico to filo a suit, when ho was told
that the company had been notified
to come and get him, as thoy could
not lot him looso without orders
from the company. Pokelo asked
Harvey whether such was tho case
when ho was told that it was oven
so. Ho returned to the Dopuly
Marshal's ollico and apologized for
his hasty intentions.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
One of the nowspapor correspond
ents lately hero announced his en
gagement to a young Hawaiian belle
before leaving. It is said that ho
has a wife in San Francisco, who is
seeking a divorce from him.
A Chinese wash man was lato get
ting over tho rail of tho Monowai as
that steamer loft the wharf. Ho
clung to tho closed gato a few awful
minutes, when the sailors pulled him
aboard. They then lot him down
by a rope into a boat.
The promptness and certainty of
its euros havo made Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy famous. It is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup ami whooping coughs, and is
the most effectual romody known for
I heso diseases. Air. C. B. Main, of
Union City, I'a., says: "1 havo a great
salo on Chamberlain's Cough Boine
iy. I warrant every bottle and have
never heard of onu failing to give
entire satisfaction." fit) cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
If is roportud that sixty-two livos
woro lost in tho wruukof uuwly built
towns in tho Oklahoma district,
whioh worn duvuhtati'd in ouo uifjlil
by two ttycloniiH, a torriliu hailhtoini
aud a waturpout.
Edwin liooth in in a pruunrioiiH
Juki) (Jadaur (ho oarsman Is
pronoiiiiciid in good hualth and is
going to Tuxus, '
CRUISER SAN FRANCISCO.
Britioh Admiral Hopkins Says She'
tho Finest of the Floot.
Cavalry Lioutonant A. W. Pony,
on returning to Washington from
the naal review at Fortress Monroe,
was enthusiastic in his praiso of tho
San Francisco. He says that not
only nro the Americans proud of
hor, but tho foreignors speak in
terms of the highest praiso of tho
Lioutonant Porry visited tho Blnko
aud paid his respects to Admiral
Hopkins of the British Hoot, who
also spoke highly of tho San Fran
cisco. Admiral Hopkins pronounced
hor in every respect tho finest vessol
in tho entire fleet, not only in her
appearance, but in hor arnininout,
finish and the personnel of her of
ficers aud crow. Lioutonant Porry
says it would bo a mistake to lot tho
San Francisco go back to Pacific
waters. She should remain on the
other side of tho continent as an in
contivo to competition on tho part
of shipbuilders on tho Atlantic
coast. Had she boon seen in those
waters sooner, Cramp would not
havo so readily secured tho contracts
awarded to him a fow months ago.
Admiral Hopkins, in alludiuir to
tho silver service presented tho ship
by tho citizens of San Francisco,
pronounced it tho most magniCcont
ho had over scon.
For a genuiuo Havana cigar go to
Hollistor & Co.. Fort street.-
"1 bought it at Sachs'," is what
tho fashionable Honolulu ladies say
about thoir corsets.
Silk and silk cropo aro specialties
at tho Jaiianoso
street, opposite Bethel street,
W. F. Reynolds still holds tho fort
with his unexcelled Domestic sowing
machines. They may bo rentod or
bought on tho instalment plan.
Cuban sugar planters uso only
Guano "Concontrado" as it has been
proved by exports to bo tho most
powerful fortilizor in any sugar
Rafllo at Fair.
At tho Kalihi Fair, continued at
Armor Hall on Saturday, April 29,
the following numbers drew tho
Oil Painting, Volcano, 145.
Elegant Box Sofa Pillow (pink
EIGHT PRIZES (onEEN TICKETS.)
No. 1 Sofa Cushion, 302.
No. 2 Bureau Scarf, 78.
No. 3 Crochet Bobe, 347.
No. 1 Painted Cushion, 100.
No. Mantel Clock, 81.
No. (i Bust, 39(5.
No. 7 Saddle Bags, 1.
No. 8 Head Host, 150.
Holders of winning numbers will
please ring up Bell Telephone 22(5.
The following will bo tho makeup
of the contending teams in to-morrow's
Kaau . ..
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. .. . Mahuka
. . Wnhincmaikai
. ..... . Kauka
Rich, Red Blood
As naturally results from taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla as personal
cleanliness results from free uso of
soap and water. This great puri
lier thoroughly expels scrofula, salt
rheum and all other impurities and
builds ii every organ of the body.
Now is tho tinio to take it.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
No 41 Nuuanu St. J1& Bet. Hotel & King
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
T I.OWF.Sl 1UTES.
SXf Plumbing Neatly Executed by Kx
lcrieneed Workmen. 71!-lm
Pacific Steam Line
For Vancouver, B. C:
The New and Magnificent Al Steam-
Itcglcteied Tonnage IttTju Tons
Will be due at Honolulu from Sydney, via
liiNhanu, on or about
And will leave for ubuvu Port with Mails
and I'ahHmgerx on or about
Through Tickets to All Points In Canada
and the United States per C. P. R.
NOTE The above Sleamor will bo fo).
lowed In about Four WeoUs, by her Sister
I'or farther imrlliuilurs reuardlnu
i'lelijlit or I'UMiigo, ajiily to
THEO. H. DAVIE8 & CO,,
7IU-td General A Kent,
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach tronble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, aud that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James E. Dbdhrick,
Saugerties, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have, used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
JUNE 11, 1893.
1st RAOE-MCYCLE ItAOE.
1 Milo Dash. Free for all.
Ilunning Knee. )- Mile Dash,
and Pacing for Hawaiian
June Jieais. uesi J.
Hutming Race. ? Mile Dash. For
Hawaiian llred Horses.
5tu KACE-KAI.AKAUA CUP.
Formerly His Majesty's Cap. 1 Mile
Dash. Hawaiian llred Horses owned
by Members of the Club.
(itii 11AOE-HONOLULU PLATE.
3 Minute Class. Trotting and Pacing
to Hal-lies' for all Horses not having a
record for 3 minutes or better.
Ttii ItAGE 110SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
Running Knee. 1 Milo Dash. Winner
to boat the rocord of "Annie A."
1:15. Free for all.
8tii KACE-KAPIOLANI PAItK PUKSE.
Trotting and Pacing to Harness. Mile
Heats. Host 3 in 5.
Ilni UACE-KAMEHAMEHA PLATE.
Running Itnee. i Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred Horses.
waiian Bred Horses.
IItii RACE PONY RACE.
Running liace. 1 Mile Dash,
For Ponies 14-hand and
12tii RAOE-MULE RACE.
1 Milo Dash. Hawaiian llred.
13th RACE-PRESIDENT'S CUP.
Running Unco. i Milo Dash. Free
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
71!).td THE COMMITTEE.
Hotel Street, -
Oppo. Bethel St.
MAti OS HAND
SILK and SILK CRAPE
For Ladies Dresses,
lieautiful Embroidered and Drawn Work
Laecnier Work Glove Hoses, Cabinets,
Lanterns for Fetes, Balls, Etc.;
Fancy Silk Japanese Umbrellas,
Showy Flower Pots, Satsama Ware,
Window and Veranda Ulinds,
Paper Napkins, China Ware, Etc.
Inspection cordially invited.
trouble to show Goods,
J. M. de SAe SILVA.
G. E. BOARDMAN
llegs to announce that lie lias located at
No. I OS Kurt street, aud is prepared
to transact any business en
trusted to litin. He will
Collect Rents, Let Houses,
Negotiate tho Purchase aud Salo of
ANI ACT AS
Custom House Broker.
He bus One C'ottuco mi Ileretania streot
nail ouo on Wilder avenue, opposite Mr.
liackfeld'rtrc.sldeiicu, to let ill reasonable
Ho lm Three Fireproof Stores on Nuuanu
fctreut, below Ileretania, to let.
He has also a few KInmiN nf Htm.1
for halo. 718-lw
rpHE MISSION RY GLEANERS WILL
X . give a Uwn l'urty utthu RoMdmuo
X give a I.awi l'urty ut tli
or Mr. W. H. emtio, HATUHIL1
N OON, Mh (.Hi. ut a o'clock.
, HP" tvuulul AiiiUMmitintH for Children,
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'fl
Saturday, April 29, 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 pumpintr
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
mootea lor 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 tne
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 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
Opjionlto H)reokulb' lllouk,
Corner Fort 8c
S IF E O
By the S. S. "Australia"
T WILL RECEIVE A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry & Fancy Goods
WHICH WILL BE SOLD AT
BEDROCK PRICES I
JCLi JTJL Xv J i -L O JTX ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., ... - Honolulu, H. I.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A LOT OF
EXTRA FINE HAVANA GIGARS
Most IFetstid.io-u.s Sno.o3s.er!
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, HC. I.
PtBOHinSTT .AJRR.I'V-A.T-j "TACORA"
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Roclie Harbor Lime, Powoll DuUryn Largo Steam Coal.
AX0L0 CONTINENTAL OUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
Olilondorll's Spocial Caiio Manure, Ollendorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel Instils,. 14, IS, 18&20 Doe;.;
HOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATKS TO SUIT.
IJAOS Riuii, (ml anil I'artilv;
WIRE Galvanized, VarnMiud, Mack and Galvanized Barbed;
GARDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A-noliors stud. GlxalrLS
Yellow Jlt'tnl Slieatliing, Coal Tar,
nam ami uorrnuaU'ii
Ridging, (lulvAiilrcil N'ator PipD, from
hiicut i.euii, Biici't y.inc,
Wililen's Charcoal Tin Plains,
Higgin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
58 Pound. Bags;
LIVERPOOL (JOAIISi; HALT. 1IJ1I. haiii;
HAWAIIAN OOARHl'fHALT, lOOIIi hugs;
ROOK SALT, KUDA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
RKDHOOM Kim IN MAPLK, WALNUT and ASH,
SfdTCIl (lill'STH OP JMIAWKHB,
WRITING JlliSKS IN IKISKWOOI) and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL OHAIRS, (JAltlJ TAIiLICS, Etc., Etc.
Fronola Iron Bedsteads !
iFIZLNTTS etixcl OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLHRY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
I.A- Xj !
Iron TnnkM, 100 gallon;
il Arch Kiro Urii'kn, Down PIihi,
(iuttciing, tr,iiare ami 0, (1, l t
DAVIES & CO