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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1893.
"Thoro is uot, however, so much
need of guardian locks uow as thoro
was undor tho old rogimo, when
opium galoro soemod to have thw at
traction of a magnet for passing olli
cials." Ouo involuntarily rubs his
oyes to find if he is not dreaming
when tho foregoing arrests his vision
in tho Advertiser. It is an exquisitely
audacious insinuation, in view of the
fact that the only opium stealing
that ever scandalized tho country
was done when tho friends of tho
Advertiser had full charge. That
crowd stole opium both before aud
siuco "tho old regime."
A Gold Conspiracy.
Unless ovory indication deceives,
tho gold clique of Now York, tho
Wnll-stroot cabal of bankers and
brokors, has undertaken to force tho
United States into tho issuance of
bonds which the ring desires to get
hold of and use for speculative pur
poses. It is, iu one souse, an anomaly
to see tho moneyed men of a nation
trying to compel tho Government to
issue evidences of indebtedness, but
when wo remember that thoro is a
chance for prolit to those who han
dle United States bonds tho motive
President Cleveland is reported to
Lave said very recently that ho
should treat tho gold reserve of
$100,000,000 as simply so much cash
in the treasury, aud that if tho sum
total should vary a few millions ouo
way or the other it would bo deemed
a more temporary fluctuation which
soon readjust itself. If ho and
Secretary Oarlislo will adhere to that
resolve, the wind will bo taken com
pletely out of tho sails of the Wall
street clique, for that combination
is trading on what it believes to bo
tho impossibility of tho Govern
ment's allowing its gold reserve to
There is no law, it should bo un
derstood, which compels the main
tenance of tho $100,000,000 gold re
serve, any more than there is a law
requiring the redemption of treasury
notes in gold. Each depends on
custom and precedent, and has no
other foundation, if the adminis
tration deem it wiso to establish a
now rule iu oithor case, thoro is no
law to prevent it.
Tho story that tho Government
will borrow $50,000,000, to which the
New York Tribune gives currency,
sounds very much as though it wore
inspired by the Wall-street gold con
spirators, and this theory is confirm
ed by the significant remark that the
story is very gratifying to tho finan
cial men of Now York, since it would
nocesserily develop into a regular
bond issue. If the President and
the Secretary of the Treasury will
but stand firm tho gold Hurry will
Boon bo over, without any uecessity
for tho United States issuing bonds
and borrowing gold upon them.
8. F. Chronicle.
The "Star" on "the Spectacle."
There can't bo two opinions as
to tho nature of tho low cur who
day by day abuses tho liberty of the
press and disgusts every lover of de
cency and manliness iu tho editorial
columns of the Star. In its editorial
of yesterday headed, "An Objection
Considered," tho whelp, whoever he
may be,' descends to tho lowest
depths that a hired "inkslingor" can
possibly reach. The native people
can now see what thoy no doubt
knew all along, that tho great Am
erican nation as represented bj- the
self-asserting crowd who aro uow
howling themselves hoarse for an
nexation have nothing but ridicule
for anyone with a "culled" skin. The
aforesaid cur can have tho writer's
name handed to him iu as public a
place as the whelp may caro to
Savages for the Show.
The Ameiicnn idea of the Zulu,
largely guinea from Itider Hagguid't
stories, is that this South Auiean
savage is brave, quarrelsome, uud
m iretond of good, hard fighting than
he id of filling his paunch with good
meat. This idea is well borne out l
actions of the Zulus wh are to Like
part in the World's Fair. They took
forcible possession of a raihv.iy train
because- one of their number Iom
some article, and required a good
deal of pun-tiitbion to p.iofy I bum. If
these black fellows hud not been need
ed to make a Chicago bliow, it is very
probable that lluy would have been
soundly clubbed by tho police. S. F.
Richard Gurko was found dead in
his bed iu a lodging-house at 1109
Mission street yesterday morning.
Tho appoaranco of tho body and tho
finding of a partially emptied vial
of morphine in tho room indicated
suicide, but there was no letter or
writing to prove this positively. Tho
deceased was identified at tho Mor
gue by W. E. Foster, who had form
erly been iu partnership with him in
Honolulu. Tho deceased came from
there about two years ago, was in
ill-health aud without moans Ex
aminer, May 4. .
Tho promptness and certainty of
its cures havo made Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy famous. It is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, and is
tho most effectual remedy known for
these diseases. Mr. C. B. Main, of
Union City, Pa., says: "I havo a great
salo on Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy. I warrant ovory bottlo and havo
novor hoard of ono failing to give
entire satisfaction." 50 cent bottles
for pale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho ilawai
MeetlnR of Executive and Advisory
Councils this Afternoon.
All of thoMinisters-Presidont Dolo
(Foreign), King (Interior), Porter
(Finance) and Smith (Attornoy-Gon-oral)
were present nt to-day's gen
oral session of the Councils, togother
with tho following Advisory Coun
cillors: Damon (Vice-President), Al
len, Eiuinolulh, Watorhouse, Mc
Chesney, Brown, Touiioy, Young,
Nott, Morgan and Wilder.
Mr. C. L. Carter, returned Annex
ation Commissioner to Washington,
addressed the Councils by requo.it
Ho had loft Mr. (now Minister)
Thurston in bed with measles but
improving. Mr. Carter had little to
ay before the Council but a great
deal to communicalo in the privacy
or tho L'oreigu Ulheo. ilo had round
Secretary of tho Interior lloko
Smith opposed to annexation, but
after talking witli him a while
thought ho noted a favorable
change. It was Mr. Carter's opinion
that annexation would be a fact in
six mouths. Tho speaker said a re
porter had misrepresented him in
regard to his etl'orts looking to
tho securing of negroes from tho
South for Hawaiian plantations.
Mr. Carter said the Annexation
Party had to conduct a campaign in
the United States on the question,
which was just as necessary as for
an American party to conduct a
campaigu before a Presidential elec
tion. In answer to Mr. Young ho
said tho reason tho people of the
Southern States wanted to got rid of
the negroes was because there were
so many of them. There wero S,000,
000 of them, constituting a serious
menace to wuito control. All ex
cept tho sugar and rico planters
were desirous of gottiug them away.
The average cost of labor on South
ern plantations was S15 a mouth
he was not sure whether it was
"and found" or not, thought it in
(Mr. Young said to our reporter
he thought Mr. Carter was mistaken
in tho latter surmise.)
President Dolo read two petitions
ono being from tho prominent
foreigners of Kohala, praying for
the opening up of Crown lauds iu
that district for sottloineut. He
read drafts of replies, in which ho
expressed tho readiness of the Coun
cil to do everything possible for pro
moting tho establishment of small
farmers in tho group.
Minister W. O. Smith as a report
submitted an explanation regarding
tho statement iu tho finance report
presented at last meeting, to tho ef
fect that his department had ex
pended 10,000 more than its allow
ance in April. Tho drafts drawn
for expenses of that month by itself
wore only 12,000, being S4000 undor
tho allowance. Other drafts making
up the $2(5,000 reported wero accu
mulations from other months. He
regretted much that the finance
committee had not made inquiries
before presenting their statement.
Minister F. C. Porter says tho ex
penses of the Attorney-General's
Department for February wore $21,
000, and for January much larger.
Tho figures by themselves wore,
however, misleading, as a large
amount had been paid out for back
dues. No los than $282,000 had
been paid out by the Government
this year, largely belonging to tho
time before tho Provisional Govern
ment was formed.
President Dolo stated that the ex
penditure of the Foreign Office for
April had also been within tho esti
mate. Minister Smith reported ho had
seen Queen Dowager Kapiolani
about the cutting of trees on Punch
bowl. She had received him very
courteously and cordially assented
to nieasiuos for preventing the de
struction of the forest.
President Dolo read a report from
Col. Soper, commanding tho forces,
giving tho expenses of tho military
from January 17 to April 13, 1893,
as $33,1)35.01. Tho Colonel made a
request for$3(i to pay for printing a
manual of tactics for light artillery
and gatling guns, prepared by Lieu
tenant Young. Ho also wanted $100
for buying white duck for suits. A
court martial was being hold to-day
to try contumacious members of Co.
E. Tho resignation of Geo. C. Strate
moyor as ordnance ollicor was noted.
On motion tho requisitions for tho
forces were ordered granted.
Mr. Teuuey introduced a bill to
amend the stamp act of 1892.
Minister Smith introduced a bill
to provide an additional appropria
tion for incidentals, civil and crimi
nal expenses, of $5000. Of tho $17,
1G0 iu tho original Appropriation
Bill only a few hundred dollars was
left, and thoro was ton months of
tho period to run. In tho former
period $25,000 was allowed.
Those bills took their course.
Minister Porter said tho Customs
incidentals wero also about exhaust
ed, and at next meeting he should
ask for an appropriation.
At 2:15 tho Councils wont into ex
The advertising of Hood's Sarsa-
parilla appeals to the sober, common
sonso of thinking people, becauso it
is true; aud it is always fully sub
stantiated by oiidorsoinoutH which in
tho financial world would lie ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. Thoy toll tho story Hood's
An Ohio IcgjiJator has intioducrd a
bill legalizing profotion.il lubbyidtc,
and compelling their icgislry, uud re
ports, under oath, at the close of each
fci-hinn an to the Mima they expended,
to whom paid, etc, riueh a ctnlmo N
needed in U.ilifoiuiii, as a supplement
to our l'unly of Elections law, Niys
ihu Sail FianeiKio bulletin.
The chief oll'ic r of the Kite Inpiirt
incut of Louisville, hint .f 15,000 at a
game of f.iro r oently, ,iiid, accmdiuc.
to a local paper, a larue crowd looked
on at his he.ivy helliny. The ('Mini
mi! code of Kciiiucky makes faro a
felo y, hut the. criminal code didn't
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, Mick headache, constipation,
Anhford Appeals in ro Judgo Coopor
to tho Supromo Court.
Tho Supromo Court has ordered a
now trial in tho caso of Knwai K.
Georgo vs. Haunkaulani Holt. Chiof
Justice Judd gives tho opinion of
tho Court, which finds that, in addi
tion to ovideuco of tiflo by inherit
ance, defendant put on evidence of
open and continuous possession of
the land for ovor twenty yonrs. It
is hold that the jury must havo dis
regarded this evidence. A. S. Hart
well for plaintiff; A. Uosa and C. W.
Ash ford for defendant.
Judge Whiting has rendered a de
cision on tho motion for paymont of
special fund in Court to an heir of
the estate of Keoni Ivuhiau. Undor
the present situation of tho estate
and the parties a final disposition of
the fund is refused, but it is directed
thnt tho amount of a note and inter
est bo advanced, to bo paid out of
tho fund, reserving final decision un
til tho estate is ready for final distri
bution. W. A. Kinney for tho
motion; Kane, contra.
Judge Whiting has overruled Mr.
Ashford's plea to the jurisdiction of
Judge Cooper, on tho ground of ille
gality of appointment. Mr. Ashford
notes exceptions to tho decision and
gives notice of a demurrer to the
iiidictmout of August Herring for
Nolle prosoquis have boon ontored
iu tho cases of Hoo Kong, larceny
lth degree, and Ah On alias Lau
San, opium in possession.
Leo iloou has withdrawn his ap
peal and paid his fine imposed by
tho District Court for liquor soiling.
A foreign jury this morning found
Lam See alias Sam Tai uot guilty of
opium m possession. Asntord lor
Judge Cooper sentenced Ah Fook
to pay $100 line for maintaining lot
tery scheme, and Richard Stouo to
six mouths' imprisonment and pav a
lino of $200 for perverting justice.
Stone is tho P. G. guard who shot a
policeman doing his duty in sup
pressing a disturbance raised by
Stone and companions iu a saliron.
Tom Ling and All Chuck aro on
trial this afternoon for soiling liquor
without license. Wilder for Gov
ernment; Hartwoll for defense.
Lato Items of Interest from Many
A scheme is on foot to unite in a
syndicate tho cracker bakeries of Phi
ladelphia, Baltimore and Washington,
witli the ultimate object, it is believed,
to lot m a It list to control the cracker
industry of the entire country.,
A Baliimore despatch says that all
franehij-es and rights-of-way lwe
been i-ecured or uie gur.tntccd, it is
'aid, for sin electric railway betwetn
Baliimore and Washington, aud Con
struction woik will begin at an early
The Keeley Cure h is been adopted
by the police courts of St. Lemurs,
Iowa. The second time that udiuuk
is hi ought before him the Mayor gives
li'in the choice of ten days in jail aud
chain gaiiK or a course of the gold
Only about 11 per cent of those in
public set vice were icmoved fiom
paity politic.-- in 1S83, and about 21
per cent in 1893 wen so removed.
The whole niimbi r of places subject
to competitive examination under the
Civil Service mles is now -12,928.
Judge W lliaiii Loclire.ii, the niw
I'eiision Commishioner, has a brilliant
war record. He served at U.'ttysbiug
a- Kirst Lieutenant in a regiment of
300 men. He emerged troni a conflict
Willi Pickett's divi-ion iu command of
The United Stiitp Government has
ipphed for pcimis-iou to place at the
Dominion (Quarantines at Grossu Isle,
in the Ht Lawrence liver, and at Hali
fax, medical men who shall counter
sign certificates of people going to the
Uniti d States.
The entile Chinese population of
Dayton, Ohio, have registered. Thcie
weie bill thice aud thi'seouly consent
ed to have their picluies taken if thoy
weie allowed to wear their hats. This
was acceded to and now they arc a-,
near citizens as Chinese can ap
pioach. law has been pa til in North Da
kota establishing ''court of concilia
tion, wliifc duly it is to prevent liti
gation. Aggiieved parlies in i' ap
pear bcfoie it, each 'side stating its
ea-e, and the eouit h to endeavor to
efl'i ct u settlement without expense to
them. No l.iwyeis are allowed in this
Ex-Governor Magralh of South Ca
rolina, who died at Chailcston, lately
pint eighty years old, was United .Slaies
District Judge for his Sttlo in I860,
and his letignaiion the day after the
lection of Alnah.im Lincoln as Presi
dent was the first act openly signifi
cant of tho secession already deter
The difi'erimcc between gold and
silver iu Havana, Cuba, is gradual'y
iucie.isiug It is now 10 per cent;
consequently all classes of merchants,
to protect iheniielvcs, charge their
customers 25 per cent more on nearly
every article of necessity, excusing
themselves for doing this on account
of the abundance of .--p.inidi silver.
G. E. BOARDMAN
Begs to annoiineo that ho has located nt
No. 101 Fort sticet, and Is prepared
to transact any lm-dnevi en
trusted to linn. Ho will
Collect Rents, Let Houses,
Negntiato the Puruluit-o unci Salo of
A.NU Al T Ah
Custom House Broker.
lie has One futtiigu on Rcretaula street
and uiiu on Wilder uvunuu, opposite .Mr,
Uaukfuld'tf residence, to lot at reasonable
lie Inn Tlircu Fireproof ritnrci uu Nuuunii
street, liuloiv Doietuiilii, to lu,
tW Hi hat nUn a low
Share of Stock
ForThroat and Lungs
"I have been ill for
Hemorrhage "about five years,
"have had the best
Flue Years. " medical advice,
"and I took the first
"dose in some doubt. This result
ed in a few hours easy sleep. There
' ' was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when I had a slight attack
' ' which stopped almost immediate
"ly. By the third day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
"my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
"am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex
" pected aud my recovery has been
" a great surprise to my friends and
" the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
" as I had an attack just previous to
' ' its use. The only relief was after
" the first dose." J.R. Loughhhad,
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
SPECIAL SALE OF
TO-MORROW, May 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 51.,
At my Salesroom", I will sell at Public
White and Colored Dress Goods,
White and Brown Cottons, Prints,
Casslmcrcs in Short Lengths,
Glass and Tinware, Crockery, Etc., Etc.
1 XCO.A. SHCO-W CASH
Suitable for specimens.
Lewis J. Levey,
Land in Kan, Hawaii,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY, May 20,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, 1 Piece Land, Waialoa,
Situated at Kahukn, Kan, 15 2-10 Acres,
well adopted for tlio Cultivation of Coffee.
J- For particulars apply to
Lewis J". Levey,
Jeweler & Watchmaker
on band a Varied Assortment of
Jewelry Suitable for
Wedding and Birthday Gifts
Call and Inspect Up-to-date
Hawaiian and other Designs;
Wild Boars' Tusk Brooches,
Kukui ChaniiH and Necklaces,
Ladies Hair and Hat Pins, Etc. Etc.
"Watches Cleaned and Repaired
By tho Best Workmen in Town.
Island Orders Haye Careful Attention.
Don't mistake tho Address,
Mclnerny Block, Fort Street.
DR. G-EO. H. HUDDY,
.... 3DE3STTIST ....
King street above California
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to B r. m.
WllECT IMl'OIITEB or
ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL
No. 15 Kaatiumauu street.
FOB S.A.IjB1 I
CENTS A POUND.
MRS. R. LISHMAN,
Bell Telephone U17. 70.'Jw
000 Alligator Pear Stones!
For which ft a Hundred will bo paid
,. , H. V.. McINTYKi: ,fc JIHO.'B,
717-2 w (Jor, fort is King t.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L il
Saturday, May 6, 1893:
Some time ago, a year per
haps, we made mention in this
column of the enormous
amount of tourist travel that
would pass between the Colo
nies and the United States
this summer and the probable
benefits that would be derived
from it by Honolulu's business
men. Our prophecy has, in
the main, proven correct. The
passenger lists on the through
steamers have been abnormal
ly large and the number of
dollars that have dropped into
the coffers of the storekeepers
would be hard to calculate.
The tourist travel may bring
benefits in other ways, lhe
climate, the tropical plants and
the blight are all objects of
curiosity and people who are
looking for a quiet peaceable
home are sure to favorably
consider the land where revolu
tions occur and a government
can be overturned without
bloodshed. They cannot find
it anywhere else and we may
expect an increase of settlers
from the Colonies. In another
year our streets may be throng
ed by individuals who habitual
ly turn up the bottoms of their
trouser legs in rain in imitation
of something the "Prince of
Wales did'one rainy morning
The advance in sugar has
added zest to energy of the
sugar mei and improvements
and repiirs that should have
been mad?, last year will now
go on. Land which had been
almost abandoned on account
of the low price of the product
will be cultivated and yield five
tons to the acre. We know
this has begun from the orders
we are receiving for our Hen
dry Breakers. Managers who
bought two or three last year
to try, have duplicated their
orders this year; two planta
tions each have ten. These
little things prove the superi
ority of the Hendry Breaker.
No plow on the islands has its
reputation for strength or
effectiveness and we question
if another could be made to
equal it. If you are a planta
tion manager and want a
really good breaker, try it.
Through the courtesy of
Messrs. Hackfeld & Co. we
have just set up a steel Aer
motor in their yard at the
corner of Fort and Queen
streets. We had one there
before and sold it to two differ
ent people before we had time
to take it down. Aermotor
towers of steel are an innova
tion here but in the short time
they have become popular.
The Aermotor, of course, is
the only windmill recognized
on these islands where wind is
variable and often light. Their
construction is so perfect that
the least wind operates them.
For the lawn, plantation or
ranch the Aermotor is the
cheapest and best known
means of obtaining a supply
of water. We have them with
fixed or tilting towers, wood
or steel. The one in Messrs.
Hackfeld & Co's., yard is a
The Mariposa brought us
advices of the shipment of a
car load of Fischer Steel
Ranges right from the factory.
The peculiar effect of the clim
ate of the islands upon metals
prompted us to have this lot
of ranges made of steel just
twice the thickness of those
formerly sold by us or by any
other dealer in ranges in the
city. Any one with a frag
ment of brain can understand
that this adds to the life of the
We have greater confidence
in these ranges than we have
ever had before, because a per
sonal visit to the factory in
Indiana last summer enabled
us to get improvements with
out adding to the expense.
People who have used it Fis
cher Range have no hesitation
in saying that it heats up
quicker and with less fuel than
any stove of its size known.
In this respect it is economi
cal of coal or wood just as
our brand of Refrigerators is
economical of ice.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opjioalto Spreukulb' lllouk,
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Corner Iort & Hotel Streets.
TWO GREATSPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tho Ladles Unit I havo received a Largo and Com
plete Ltno of the Celebratod
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladiei, Ctcntlemcn, Misses and Children In Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWOKK SOCKS IN BALBIUOAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
est Commencing SATURDAY Hie 13th, -m
WHEKB a UK AT INDUCEMENTS WILL HE OFFERED.
Prices els JLcivertiseca. in nay "Wixicio-ws !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oflcrini; Extra Inducements in that line. Hceoived about 130 Pairs
of WINDOW OUltTAINS
3yCa,xx"u.faot'u.rers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
New Designs I Very Choice Patterns I
6ST" Prices of Above Goods as
I AM OFFERING SWISSES,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A LOT OF
EXTRA mm HAVANA CIGARS
HVTost Fetstid-io-ULS S:L-rio3s.er j
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolul-a, H. I.
PLEOHHSTT -AJRIV-A-lli "TAOORA"
128 DAYS FROM LIVERPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime, Powell Duflryn Large Steam Coal.
' ANOLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Goncentr ado "
Ohlondorff's Special Cane Manure, Ollendorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel IReiils, 14, IS, 18&20 Dos.;
HOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
BAGS Hlro, Coal and Paddy;
WIRE Galvanized, Varnished, Blueknnd Galvanized Barbed;
GARDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A-n-oliors sincl CELalns
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tur, Iron Tanks, -100 gallon;
Plain and Corrugated GalvuiiUud Iron,
Sqnaio anil Arch Fire Biii'ka, Down Pipe,
Guttering, square and 0. G. VA to Oln, ;
Ridging, Galvanized Water Pip'), from 'toiin.j
Shoet Lead, Sheet Zinu,
Wilden'b Charcoal Tin Plates,
Roofing Klaten, Fire Olay.
Hiygin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
5G Fovirxd Bags;
LIVERPOOL COAltfeE .SALT, lf.'ll. bngi;
HAWAIIAN COARSI-f SALT, 1001b bags;
UOOK SALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
BEDROOM SETS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH OHI.bl'SOF DRAWIIRS. v
WRITING DESKS IN ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TARLICS, Etc., Etc.
Frenoli Iron. Bedsteads I
ZF-AJClsrTS and OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADD1J3UY,
drain, Hay aud Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
Advertised in Windows "S&
-18 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.