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I THE DULY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1893.
Nicaragua has again indulged iu
tho luxury of a P. G. "again," be
cause Hawaii has not sot tho fashion
of governments in theso latitudes.
A complete summary of foreign
news from tho time of last previous
moil to the latest dato by to-day's
stoamor will be found in this issue.
Thoro aro many itoms of groat in
terest iu the budget.
Thoro is a direct conflict between
Emperor William and tho Gorman
Parliament on tho military bill.
Parliament has rojectod tho mea
sure, thus strongly oxprossiug tho
peoplo's tiredness of military bur
dens. Tho Germans seom to have
decided thoy will rather tako tho
risk of being crushed laterally by
jealous Powors than accept tho cer
tainty of having tho life squeezed
out of thorn by tho weight of mili
To-day's news contained nothing
more important to tho people of
Hawaii than the information that
Hon. J. H. Blount, tho Special Com
missioner of President Cleveland,
had boon appointed United States
Minister in place of Hon. J. L. Ste
vens. From tho intercourse that a
great many of thopeoplo have had
with Mr. Blount, they will regard
his appointment as Minister iu the
present crisis as one of tho most
friondly acts that tho United States
could perform toward tho Hawaiian
nation. It is an appointment full
of the promise of justice to Ha
waiians. OVATION TO MRS. BLOUNT.
Great Demonstrations by Hawaiians
at Halo and Laupahoohoe.
Tho ladies of tho Hawaiian Wo
men's Patriotic League at Hilo, last
Monday, at 11 a. m., awaited upon
Mrs. James H. Blount. The ladies
who went as a committee were Mrs.
J. T. Baker, Mrs. M. B. H. Brown,
Mrs. K. Pilipo, Mrs. M. Kaniaola,
Mrs, L. H. West, Mrs. A. Akamu,
and Mrs. Ai, accompanying them
were, ex-Governor J. T. Baker, and
Mr. Henry West. ' Presents of Ha
waiian relics and curios, and rare
leis of red feathers from tho mumo
and golden from tho o-o birds, wero
offered to Mrs. Blount, who express
ed in most gracious tonus her ap
preciation of tho gifts and tho atten
tions paid her by tho Hawaiian peo
ple at Hilo.
A double canoe, decorated with
overgreens, with five seats for tho
guests, and propelled by stalwart
rowers, was placed at tho disposal of
Mrs. Blount, upon which she and
her friends wore takou to see tho
sports gotten up for tho occasion at
Piikea. From tho hih bluffs of
Piikea, Keawearnahi, decorated with
evergreens, twice performed the
difficult and daring feat of jumping
off the bluffs into tho ocean, at a
great height, doing tho act so graco
fully that it elicited applauso from
tho guests and spectators. Shooting
the falls or rapids and riding on tho
Burf closed tho aquatic sports. The
surf riding, both with tho surf
board and with tho canoo, though
dangerous to novices and only cap
able of being performed safely by
exports, was a fitting close to some
of our old Hawaiian sports, which
are rarely seen now-a-days ami only
given for tho benefit of distinguish
ed persons. On taking her depar
ture from Hilo Mrs. Blount was
taken in tho double canoo and laud
ed on board the stoamor, amid
cheers and the sincere alohas of the
poor confiding Hawaiians.
On the arrival of tho Kiuau at
Laupahoehoo, a largo bonfire was
blazing on tho beach, and torch
bearers moved back and forth, mak
ing a brilliant scone, Roman caudles
adding to tho display. Thoro was
another demonstration at Mahu
kona. Tho water was too rough for
Mrs. Blount to go ashore at either
place, but leis and flowers in pro
fusion woro sent off to hor. At Laha
iua another deputation of Hawai
ians camo aboard, bringing offerings
of fruit, flowers, leis, etc., to tho es
teemed lady. In short, along tho
whole route the greatest interest
was shown by tho natives toward
Please allow mo space in your
paper to state that tho article ap
pearing in tho last two issues of the
Advertisor concerning tho "Barbers
on Wheels," do not contain the
facts, but are an attempt on the
part of certain parties (assisted by
the 'Tisor's funny (?) man) to socuro
some cheap advertising.
D. PoiiTEit Johnson.
While Mr. T. J. Richoy, of Altona,
Mo,, was traveling iu Kansas ho was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
gut hoiiio medicine and the druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ho
highly ho concluded to try it. Tho
result was immediate relief, and a
few doses cured him completely.
It is made for bowel complaint and
nothing else. It never fails, For
alo by all dealors. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tlio Hawaiian Inlands.
The I'opo lately received U.OOO Cu
tholio workiiigmon from Fruiiuu. lie
urged them to bu loyal to the republic
and to labor zuitlouttly for tliu proa
pority and tolidity of its itibtitutioiid,
The Special Commissioner Receives His
, Appointment by Telegraph.
Minister Stevens Recalled and Ills Succes
sor Takes the Oath ot Offlce.
News of tho appointment of Hon.
James II. Blount, who camo hero as
Special Commissioner of President
Cleveland, to bo United States Min
ister, having como in tho latest dato
of San Francisco papers, a Bulle
tin representative called upon Mr.
Blount at Snow Cottage this after
noon, to ascertain if ho had received
ollicial notico of his appointment to
the high position. Mr. Blount iu
response dictated tho following in
formation: Tho United States Despatch xVgont
at San Francisco sends the follow
"To James H. Blount, American
"Your roport of April 26 received.
Tho viows therein expressed and
tho steps taken by you havo tho
"Tho President having determined
to recall Mr. Stevens, despatches
forwarded to him to-day directing
him to turn over tho Legation to
"You aro hereby appointed Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Pleni
potentiary to tho Hawaiian Islands.
Your commission beais dato of May
'.)th. You may tako oath before
Consul-General, and thereupon an
nounce your appointment.
"While your acceptance perma
nently would greatly gratify tho
President, your wishes will control."
Minister Blount stated that ho
had taken tho oath as directed. Be
yond that ho had at present no
further information to communicate.
AN UNWITTING PRISONER.
Locked Up in a Lawyer's
After Business Hours.
About 5:30 o'clock yestorday after
noon Duke, the man who attends
tho telephone at tho hackstand at
Bethel ami King streets, noticed a
man walking about upstairs in tho
law offices on tho opposite corner.
Ho finally saw him come down and
trv tho front door, which was lock
ed. Finding ho could not open it,
tho man wont upstairs again and ap
peared at J. L. Kaulukou's window.
He sang out to tho hack drivers be
low that ho was locked up, and to
go and help him got out. When it
was known that ho was locked up,
the heartless Jehus began to laugh
and mako fun of the man. Subse
quently ho was told to como down
on tho telophono polo. The man
was about sixty years of ago, and
after much difficulty he accomplish
ed tho feat, and once moro stooctn
In answer to questions ho said ho
had gono to Kaulukou's office to
write homo letters and forgot the
time. When ho finished ho glanced
around to find that everybody had
deserted him, and examining tho
door ho found it locked. Kaulukou's
clerk returned to the offices after (i
o'clock, presumably to release tho
THE NATIONAL BAND.
Encouraging Report From Their Ad
Win. Aylett, leading cornotist of
tho Hawaiian National Baud, re
ceived a letter from Edw. Hopkins,
advance agent of tho National Band,
!v tho S. S. Australia to-day, saying
that the prospects of a very success
ful tour of tho States woro good,
everybody being anxious to hoar the
famous band. Mr. Hopkins oxpoct
ed to return on this steamer, but
was unavoidably detained, owing to
not having transacted his business
in time. Ho expected, however, to
bo able to return on tho S. S. Mono
wai, when arrangements will bo
made for the band to go on tho next
return steamer. Aylett has called a
meeting of his follow musicians to
A gentleman iu town has received
very encouraging advices from the
States, to tho effect that should tho
Hawaiian Band decide to tour tho
States, it would bo a great success
and all their concerts would bo wit
nessed by crowded houses.
LIKE A FLASH.
Terrific Bpoed Attained by a New
York Contral Train.
Uuflalo, May J). The Now York
Central Kuihuail'a Umpire Stuto ICx
prebs broke nil railroading leconlb
tliiu afternoon in a run fiom Huolius
lur to Buil'.ilo, attaining a bpced of
I02J niilcH an hour. Tho train wiib
drawn by the now Columbian engine,
No. '.I'M, which will bu sunt to the
Woild'd Fair. Miles were inideiu
fiom -12 to fiO kjcoikIh right along un
til Coifu was loaohul, The dibianco
from Corfu to Crittenden, four miles,
wan made in !). miuutcb, and the two
milt's between Woudo and Loonoy
ville wan Killed oil' in 1 minute and lit)
Hi'conds. The Hack from Loouuyvillu
to Forks station is as Miiiil a a iouk
and well adapted to record-breaking,
The distance in nine milt and it watt
i mi in fi miiiutCH f8 hjcoihIh, JiihI
beforo the Folks was reached a mile
was made in lift nucniuU, timed by a
blop watch. Tho t;ix ty-u i no miles
from Itoohuuler to liiiHalo wad made
in US minutes,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Ftiancisco, May 10.
Hy S. S. Austinlla.
THE HAWAIIAN UUESTION.
Mil. DLOUNT MINISTER TO HAWAII.
Otlieials of tho State Dopartmont
confirm tho predictions heretofore
made that ovlioprcsontativo Blount
would bo appoiuteu Minister Kesi
dent to Hawaii.
SAID TO IlE AOA1NST ANNEXATION.
Tho Call's special telegram says
that, to a person who has watched
tho course of ovonts since Cleveland
camo into powor, tho appointment
causes little surprise. "It has boon
growing clearor, day by da', that
tho Democratic administration was
not inclined to look with favor upon
tho annexation of tho island king
dom. It has also boon growing
clearer that only a pretext was
wanted to undo what had boon done
by President Harrison and Secre
tary of Stato Foster before the
chango of parties iu powor at Wash
ington was mauo. iNow it sooms
that tho President is prepared to
repudiate annoxation and to repel
tho advances of tho Provisional Gov
ernment at Hawaii, without oven a
pretext. It was a thing almost un
heard of whon tho President with
drew tho treaty of annexation nego
tiated by Fostor and tho Hawaiian
Annoxation Commissioners after that
document had boon sont to tho
Senate and boforo it had boon con
sidered by that body. It was an un
graceful thing, smacking of discour
tesy to the Senato itself."
The correspondent goes on to
demonstrate that the appointment
of Mr. Blount as Commissioner, and
his actions in Hawaii, had no legal
standing, adding, "Of course Blount
has been inspired from hero all
through, and equally, of course, ho
wont down to Hawaii as a judge
whoso decision was written beforo
ho had heard any testimony."
surrosED Jin. stevens will he sujijia-
It is further anticipated by tho
Call correspondent that Mr. Stovons
will not bo allowed, as had been ox
pectod, to rotaiu his position until
tho 21th hist., when ho sails for San
Francisco. " While it is not known
that Stevens has been instructed
forthwith to turn over tho legation
to Commissioner Blount, who has
been appointed his successor, there
is reason to boliovo that ho will not
be allowed to remain in charge until
tho 21th inst. because of his activity
in behalf of annexation."
BOWEN AND SEWALL REPUDIATED.
"It is further stated at tho do
partmont that Bowon and Sowall,
who wont to Honolulu shortl' after
Commissioner Blount's arrival, havo
been active in their efforts to stimu
late a sentiment on tho islands in fa
vor of annexation aud there is reason
to believe that the' sought to create
the impression that iu so doing they
wero representing tho President.
Secretary Greshani has informed
Blount that tho President repudi
ates everything said and done by
"It will bo remembered that So
wall was an applicant for tho posi
tion of Third Associate Secretary of
Stato under the pre.-ont administra
tion, but laifecl to secure tho ap
pointment." UNITED STATES.
At the request of tho Secretary of
tho Interior, tho War Department
has instructed General Rugor, Com
manding tho Department of tho
Columbia, directing him to tako tho
necessary stops to keep a man named
Ross from building a railroad across
tho Puyallup Indian reservation.
Secretary Carlisle has appointed a
committee to investigate charges of
incompetency, fraud aud corruption
in tho Now York Custom House.
Secretary Herbert will decline to
extend leaves of absence to any offi
cers of the navy who aro engaged in
Tho U. S. S. Atlanta has boon
ordered to Greylown to protect
Amoricau interests, thoro being a
revolution in progress against Pre
Secretary Carlisle having accopted
$2,000,000 of gold from St. Louis,
tho gold reserve in tho treasury has
been raised to 100,196,000, or 19(5,-
000 of free gold. Tho Canadian
Bank of Now York turned iu $100,
000 gold additional.
There is a rumor that tho Duko of
Voragua will bo mado Embassador,
in tho event of tho Spanish legation
at Washington being raised to tho
rank of an embassy. The Duko was
a lion at tho World's Fair opening,
on account of being a descendant of
Comptroller of tho Currency
Eckels will oxamino national banks
twice a year insload of ouco, and no
two successive examinations will bo
made by tho miiiiu man.
About 1500 delegates aro attend
ing the biennial session of tho Order
of Ruilroad Conductors, at Toledo,
Ohio. Governor McKiuloy gave
thoni an address of welcome.
Schweislhal, cashier of tho treas
urer of Cook county, iu which is
Chicago, took $12,000 of county
funds in sums of WOOO to 10,000 to
help out a brother who was embar
rassed. Tho Chemical national bauk, with
an ollico on tho World's Fair
grounds, has suspended. Many for
eign visitors had their money de
posited in the bank, it having duly
honored their letters of credit. Ex
citement was quieted some by a pro
mise that tho bank would pay in
Tho Supremo Council of tho
Catholic Knights of America is in
session iu Chicago, with 55 delegates
present representing 000 chanters
and 23,000 member. Tho default
ing ox-treasurer is thoro trying to
Mittlo his shortage of $7ll,(XX)by pay
ing .?5(KH) every hix mouths.
II. Jf. Warner, the patent modi
cine man of Itouhu.ster, has failed,
(C'uiitiitued on 3d J'aye.)
THAT NURSERY FIGHT.
Claims of Both Combatants for tho
Mr. Marsdon claims ho was not
pummollod by Mr. Willing, neither
did he use an umbrella on his anta
gonist, as another papor roportod.
The nursoryman made a roach at his
face, when ho lot out and knocked
him down. Whon Willing got up,
tho Commissioner says, ho threaten
ed tho latter with an axe, but all ho
was able to do was to scratch tho
Commissioner's faco with his nails,
which was tho solo causo of tho
marks on his face as ho shows. Will
ing, on tho other hand, soys that
after the first blow, "Marsdon was
not in it."
Tho koopor of the nursory has ro
coivod a iottor of dismissal from
Commissioner Marsdon, and intends
to appoal against the order. Ho
claims consideration, especially, from
his having carried a gun iu 1887,
1889 and 1893.
The promptness and certainty of
its cures havo mado Chamberlain's
Cough Homed' famous. It is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, and is
tho most offoetual romody Known for
thoso diseases. Mr. C. B. Main, of
Union Citj-, Pa., says: "I have a groat
sale on Chamberlain's Cough Romo
dy. I warrant every bottle and havo
never hoard of ono" failing to give
entiro satisfaction." r0 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
Wiso and Otherwise.
Every hypocrite in tho church
makes seme outbidu sinner feci safer.
Good farms can be bought in Chau
tauqua coun'y, N. Y., ut prices vary
ing from fflO to $15 per acre.
Ono Good Turn Deserves Another
Marguerite Colgate University has
opened its doors to women. Loie
So I hoar. I wonder when Vasear
will admit men. Brooklyn Life.
Dispensary Physician Take this
medicine three times a day, after each
meal. Dusty Rhodes Haven't you
forgotten to give me part of tho pros
cription? Dispensary Physician
What? Dusty Rhodes The cr
The famous clock said to have been
made by Louis XVI was recently
riureluibed by a member of the Roths
child family for $1G8,000.
William Waldorf Astor intends to
make London his headquarters in
future for business as well as social
purposes. Accordingly he has pur
oliabcd a vacant piece of land on the
Embankment and will shortly erect a
large office which will accommodate
a staff of upwaid of thirty clerks.
The Liverpool Corn Trade News
estimates the exportable surplus of
the Indian wheat crop this year to bo
only bixteen million to twenty-four
million bushels. The exports of the
year jiibt puM were 29,000,000 bushels;
preceding vear, 59,000,000 bushels;
three years ago, 20,000,000 bushels.
The Chicago Tribune has informa
tion that many farms of Central Illi
nois are leaving that rich section of
the country for cheaper lands in other
States. They ure mostly of the rent
A capital of $52,000,000 is invested
in the nursery interest in 172,000
acres of land. In all horticultural
pursuits the entire capital is estimat
ed at over $1,000,000,000 by the cen
sus of the Agricultural Department.
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
two years in this'way ; consulted a
number of doctors, They did me
no good. I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
(jot so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Daya. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower does the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use ofitwithoutanybad
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable. I can
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Life of Misery with judgment. A.
M. Weed, 22gBelle
fontaine St., Indianapolis, Ind."
By Jas. F. Morgan,
On SATDRDAyT May 20th,
AT II! O'CLOCK NOON,
At tliu Stables rear of tho Ollleu of J. I.
Dowcett. Queen street, I will bell
at 1'nblle Auction a bout
HROKEN TO SADDLE.
ICut under Carriage
Horse and Harness,
Jas, F. Morgan,
nr..n;; nnMjmnMn ru t )a
nawaimu tuiruwaru uuM l u
Saturday, May IS, 1893.
One of the best moves of
the Provisional Government is
the creation of a Department
of Agriculture and appointing
such a practical man as Mr.
Marsden as Commissioner.
The horticulturist and gentle
man farmer have been yearn
ing for something to fill this
large aching void in this res
pect and their wants are now
satisfied. The grocer whose
stock of good things is mixed
with garden seed, red herring
and other brie a brae feels
safer in the seed department
of his business under the
guardianship of a commission
er of agriculture. The farmer
may feel safe in planting seed
according to the directions in
the catalogue and may be rea
sonably sure that they will re
semble the portrait on the out
side of the package. Heretofore
one could never feel sure
when they planted a package
of lima beans whether beans
or wild parsnips would be the
result. Under the influence
of a Commissioner of Agricul
ture seeds are guaranteed to
come up as represented. The
man who planted in joyous
laughter the seeds of the
ostensible pansy and car
nation only in tears to reap
the bachelors button and the
glistening foliage of the sorg
hum will now rest easy and
get rid of his insomnia, He
can now plant the seed of the
Morning Glory and the Moon
flower and have the front of
his house look like a florist's
advertisement in the Century
Magazine; no more danger of
a bunch of Norway oats and a
hill of corn trying to climb the
strings nailed up for non-resident
vines. The Commission
er of Agriculture will see to
these things even though he
neglect to tell you that the
ingredients for an insecticide
strong enough to rid the coun
try of the McKinley blight can
be obtained from us. Leave
Speaking of agriculture re
minds us of the Hendry Break
er about which we have writ
ten occasional thoughts. We
have sold these plows to plan
tation managers who have had
more or less difficulty with
plows until they hearkened to
the voice of the inventor and
bought the Hendry and what
they now say is the best break
er in the world. The roots
seven feet deep and stones as
close together as you find them
in a Vermont pasture have no
depressing effect upon him
now, his plow scours all right
and work comes easy. Any
man who desires to make
plowing a pleasure can do so
by using a Hendry Breaker.
The dry months are rapidly
approaching but the promised
pumping plant for Makiki re
mains in embryo. Private citi
zens feel the necessity for
water and suggest the Aer
motor as the best means of
securing it. If we were to re
commend it here people would
say we have only selfish inter
ests to serve; for that reason
we refrain from saying publicly
that it is the best windmill on
earth and that it will pump
water while other mills stand
idle, that with the tower and
wheel being galvanized you
have a sure thing against rust
and wear. There are other
good points we could tell of
and will when you come in to
inquire about them.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0ioiltu Bpruukul1 Jtlook,
Corner Fort & Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I lii'g to Inform the
plute Lino of
Diamond Dye Fast Dlack Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses ami Children in Silk, Ltsluaml Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN DALHR1GAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST 1JLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
try Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, s
WHERE OllIJAT INDUCKMKNTS WILL UK OFFERED.
Prices a.s -A.ca.vertiseci in ixiy Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oU'erini" Ettra Inducement in that line. Received ahout 150 Pairs
ot WINDOW CURTAINS
Manufacturers' Samples !
IN SWISS, Al'LIQUE & NOTTINGHAM
JtTe-w Designs 1 "Very Ofcioioe Patterns 1
BgT Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows -tSSt
OxirtairL ZMZstteristls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 18 INCHES WIDE, AT ffl3c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
EYERY SMOKER KNOWS THAT THE
GBD Briar Pipes!
Aro of the "Very Best
Direct from the Factory, which we offer at
Prices to Please the People !
HOLLISTER & GO.,
5S3 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, EC. I.
PLBOE3STT .IPtI"VrIJ "TAOORA"
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Houhe Harhor Limo, Powell Duh"ryn Largo Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Ooncentrado "
Ohloudorff's Special Cane Manure,
Steel R,a.ils, 1 4
liOLTH, NUTS and
RAGS KIcu, ('mil nml Paddy;
WIRE (iiilvuiilud, Viinilihiid, Illiiulcund Giilvnnizud liurbod;
GARDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A-nclxors sltlcL Clietins
Yollow Mutul Slu'iitlilng, Coal Tur, lion Tanks, 100 gallon;
Plain mid CorniK.itt'd Galvanized Iron,
Hiiaio and Andi FIro Hriclcs, Down Film,
Guttering, square and O. G. iyi to Uin.j
Ridging, Galvanised Watur I'ipu, fiom 4 to ln.;
Blieut Lead, Klieiit 'Am,
Wildcn'ti Chari'oal Tin Plates,
Rooting Slates, Firo Play.
Hicjfjiii's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
5S Pound Bags;
LIVERPOOL COARHE HALT, Hill. Iiags;
HAWAIIAN (.'(JARSirHALT, innili Iiiikhj
ROOK bALT, hSODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
IIEDROOM SETS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and ASH,
HOOTCH OlIESTh OF DRAWERS, , w
WRITING JlLblih IN ROSEWOOD aud MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL UHAIRS, CARD TAHLES, Etc., Ete.
Frexioli Iroxi Bed.stea.d.s I
PAI35TTS slxxcI OILS !
COMPMiJTW STOCK OF SADDLMKY,
Grain, Hay and Feed Stuffs Always on Hand
I have received
a Largo ami Coin-
Quality, the Trade Mark
guarantee of their excel-
We have received a lot
Ohloudorff's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
1 1 RJ!r Of TV-Mi
- , -- - -"1"' - fWk
FISH PLATES TO SUIT.