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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit oAlJ,
MONDAY, MAY 29, 1893.
LOGIC OF EVENTS.
Among periodicals tho Roviow of
Reviews was ono of tho first to os
pouso tho causo of Hawaiian annexa
tion. In tho May number this
magazino says, "Tho Republican
frionds of Hawaiian annexation
should bo vory caroful not to bo
guilty themselves of tho sqrt of
offouso which somo of thorn sharply
rebuked whou committed by their
opponents during tho last adminis
tration." This is good advico from
tho annexation side in the States,
but it came too lato to proven t a
largo proportion of tho Republican
press from lotting off all tho party
bilo possiblo on tho question. Tho
savago tonor and touo of tho Re
publican papers roferrod to, over tho
President's withdrawal of tho treaty
and tho Commissioner's withdrawal
of tho protectorate, mado tho anti
anuoxationists on both sides of tho
wator smilo with grim satisfaction.
Thoy saw in this exhibition of ran
corous partisan temper a certain sign
that a party fight was inevitable
over annexation, and such a contest
meant a complete sifting of tho
whole schomo to tho bottom. This
in turn was an assurance that the
United States Government should
have to face and act upou tho re
sponsibility imposed upou it through
the action of its representatives in
Honolulu. If President Cleveland
should act upon the facts that ho
has now had amplo tinio to obtain,
and do so in consonance with tho
established principles of tho Ameri
can Government, there will probably
be no need for any polling of tho
Hawaiian electorate at present on
annexation or no annexation, nor
any use even in discussing tho pro
visions of tho treaty undor consider
ation by tho Provisional Govern
ment. It is oithor confirmation or repu
diation of tho forcible conquest of
these islands which President Clove
laud has now to decide. Should ho
decide to confirm the destruction of
Hawaiian autonomy, then thoro will
be no more to say against stern fato.
But if the word is to bo repudiation,
it can only be put into effect in ono
way without being a mockery more
cruel than tho thing'ropudiated. It
is impossible to see how the United
States can avoid the moral responsi
bility, with whatever national dis
honor it may involve, for tho vio
lence dono in Honolulu last Jan
uary, if the Government of that
country once accepts tho results of
such violence. Even a "successful
revolution," as the convenient phrase
is, cannot bo enough in tho eyes of a
high-minded and powerful Govern
ment to justify its taking possession
of a civilized couptry, at tho request
of tho successful revolutionists, with
out the consent of moro than a small
minority of its intelligent voting
population, especially nvhon it is a
fact that tho forces which made tho
"success" of the revolution, after tho
United States forces had ovorawed
the then Government into submis
sion, as well as tho forces that sus
tain tho revolutionary government
to-day, are largely a foreign drift
element of those who never cast a
vote in the country, and with vory
few exceptions would not be eligible
to vote for Noblos if an election of
a now Legislature wero now ordored.
President Cleveland can scarcely
discharge his responsibility by mere
ly punishing a Minister with a recall
that signifies condemnation of his
acts. That action only makes tho
rest of his duty clearer. Neither
would it bo proper or statosmanliko
to tell the different parties here to
fight it out. Such a thing would bo
barbarous, moro like tho gruesome
pastime of tyranny than anything
else, after the United States forces
had given to ono side tho "nine
points of tho law" which it is not
slack in boasting of. For a groat
Power to help ono faction in a woak
country to secure all tho moans of
warfare and positions of strength,
together with all tho mechanism of
government to keep opposing fac
tions from defending themselves
even agaiust possible oppression, and
then say, (Tight it outl" would bo
tho blackest outrago of tho world's
history. The Uuitod States is res
ponsible for tho peace of this coun
try until sho puts things hero in the
position her representatives found
them when thoy first leagued them
selves with the conspiracy against
Hawaiian independence. Since tho
foregoing was written it is learned
by later news from tho United States,
that tho negotiation of a treaty to
sottlo tho rotations, betwoon tho two
countries is to bo loft in tho hands
of Ministor Slount. Prom that wo
havo groat hopes that justice will bo
dono to tho rights of Hawaiiaus in
At Chicago on a recent day tho
Illinois Central handled passongors
at the roto of 7000 an hour.
Bockwith FroacUos Boforo Goo.
W. Do Long Post, G. A. B.
Central Union Church contained a
largo congregation yostorday ovon
ing, when, according to announce
ment, Rev. 13. G. Beckwith, pastor,
preached tho annual memorial dis
course boforo Goo. W.Do Long Tost,
G. A. R. President Dole, U. S. Min
ister Blount and many prominent
residents wore prosont. Tho front
section of pews was rosorved for tho
.Post and visiting comrades, and as
tho opening organ voluntary was
playing tho veterans, to tho number
of nineteen, led by Post Commander
J. N. Wright, filed into tho first two
pews from oithor side.
There wore tho usual decorations
Amorican flags on tho orgari loft
front, tho reading desk aud tho front
of the gallon; two stacks of rifles
camp equipments, etc., in front ol
tho desk, and large bouquets on tlio
ilatfonn. Rev. S. 13. Bishop assisted
tforin. Rev. b. b. Bishop assisted
m tlio devotional exorcises, wincn
opened with tho doxology. Tho na
tional anthem "America" was sung
at tho closo of tho services. After
tho benediction the regular congre
gation kept their seats, by request
of tlio pastor, until their guests had
Dr. Bockwith took for his text
Romans 13:7, "Honor to whom honor
is due." High heroisms wore not so
common, he said, that wo could
afford to forgot them. For our own
sako as well as tho sake of others wo
should givo honor to whom honor is
due. Honor was duo for groat feats,
provided thoy wore also worthy
deeds, and always reckoning that
thoy wero in harmony with God's
workings. Thoy wore now seeing
an impressive illustration of honor
bestowed whore it was duo. Four
hundred years ago a humble Genoese
navigator sailed over tho western
sea with ono small flagship and two
caravels and discovered tho Now
World. To-day that western sea
was crowded on tho hither sido with
great ships of tho naval Powers to
do tho discovoror honor, whilo mid
way between tho two oceans, on tho
shores of an iulaud sea, had been
roared a collection 'of gorgeous
palaces, now filled with tho products
and attracting tho people of all na
tions, in teeming thousands, all to do
honor to the same renowned navi
gator. With this introduction tho
preacher wont on to doscribo tho
great deeds for which tho Grand
Army of tho Republic should bo
held in perpetual honor. Their
causo was tho saving of tho im
perilled Union, and 2,(500,000 mon
engaged in tho conflict, millions of
treasure was expoiided, and 500,000
lives wero laid on tho altar of tho
country. Tho groat despotisms of
Europe had pointed to tho groat
republic as a sand dune that
tho first blast of war would
sweep away. But tho Union came
out of tho trial with not a Stato dis
membered, not a rood of its shore
lino disturbed, not a shred of its red,
white and blue displaced. As tho
greatest issue of that conilict, tho
G. A. R. settled tho question of
liborty throughout all tho laud to
all tho inhabitants thereof. They
11133 nt a'l havo meant it, but multi
tudes of them meant it, and God
meant it. Thoy soaled with thoir
blood tho doctrine that all mon are
created free aud equal. Tho preacher
cautioned his hearers not to think
that his discourse was a eulogy of
war. They wore to honor tho mon
who carried on the war as a. dread
ful necessity. It must bo remem
bered what it cost to draw those
mon away from thoir homes and tho
friends thoy loved. Thoy should re
member tlio weary marches, tho
night bivouacs, the gallant services
of tlio men in tho ships, who, lash
ing themselves in tho maintop, re
solved to conquer or go down. Re
membering those things they should
not think it a burden but a joy to
bring each Memorial Day tome
beautiful token to Lry on tho graves
of thoir honored dead.
POST OFFICE IMPROVEMENT.
Another Window Being: Provided for
Stamp Sales, etc.
Increased window accommodation
is at last boing provided at tho Post
OHico. Work began this morning
in cutting out a window for tho sale
of stamp.s between tho two lock box
sections around tho corner from the
present delivery window. Tho neces
sity for this improvement has long
been evident aud much folt by tho
business community. Frequently
tho window that serves tho doublo
purpose of general delivery and sale
of stamps is so thronged with Portu
guese and Japanese, asking for lot
tors or mailing lottors, as to serious
ly obstruct tho access of all otlior
people to tho window. This has
boon a groat annoj'anco, especially
in tho hours of closing foreign mails
and tho principal island mails. Tho
lack of accommodation has also
caused considerable loss of postal
business from tho sale of stamps bo
ing stopped whilo a foreign mail is
being opened during tho stay of a
through steamer in port. Post-mastor-Gonoral
Oat is td lie con
gratulated on having got tlio Gov
ernment to move in tho matter.
HE MEMBERS OK LODUK LE PRO-
urui do l'Oceanio. A. F. it A. M.. are
requested to asseninie at tno i,ougo itoom
at J'J-ISO o'clock TO-MORROW (Tuciday)
AKTEJtNOUN, for tho purpose of attend
ing tlio funeral of their lato Brother, John
S. Walker. Members of Hawaiian Lodge
und (sojourning brethren aro Invited to at
tend. F. II. REDWARD,
rpm: UNDERSIGNED WJLLRl'-OPEN
L the Central .Meat Market on Til 11(8
DAY, June lbt, and respectfully Millolt tho
patronage uf Iin former cuntuiuura. Both
Telephone 111 I.
Honolulu, May IV, le'.'X "il'1-.ii
DR. GEO. H7HUDDY,
.... DE2STTIST ....
King Mri'ct nbovo California
Orrivx JIouuh; fl a. M, toS r.
Tho 11th of Juno Races,
Owing to tho small number of en
tries mado for tho 11th Juno racos,
tho Hawaiian Jockoy Club havo re
luctantly decided to givo up tho
idea of holding races on tho abovo
date. Tho entries this year havo
not only boon small, but tho death
of Mr. James Gay has caused all of
tho decoased's horses to bo with
drawn. Everything that was nccossary to
socuro a successful meeting has boon
dono by tho Jockoy Club. Tho
track was never in better oonditibn
and tho grand stand and club room
havo recontly boon overhauled and
ropaintod. Tho President's and O.
S. S. Co.'s cups havo boon ordered
and aro now on tho way from San
Possibly later in tho year tho Club
may bo ablo to arrnngo a sories of
As tho U. S. S. Boston was to loavo
this afternoon for Lahnina, special
efforts woro mado for tho capture of
deserters from tho vessel. Yesterday
throe mon woro caught. Tlioy had
got on a good timo Saturday night
and were sleeping it off. This morn
ing Lieutenant Hookano caught
threo moro bluejackets. One was
sleeping amongst somo hay in tho
rear of tho Bay Horso saloon, an
other had forgot the time and was
paying a visit on Maunakoa street.
n.wl nttfAt l.i nn iii(i fliii rllttnwo'
A despatch from Zanzibar brings
uows of tho drowning of 125 slaves
1)3 tho capsizing of an Arab dhow
m winch tno captives woro Doing
A. lk'llanger, Propr. , Stove Foun
dry, Montngny, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It gave me great relief. I
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ed. Bergeron, General Dealer,
Lauzon, Levis, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Barrington, Engineer and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower has effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss.,writes:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, aud now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over."
G. G. GRHIiN. Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Iiowis J. Levey.
CURTAINS, Etc., Etc.,
To Close Consignments Without Reserve!
TO-MORROW, May 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
1 will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, without reserve, Balance of Con
signments of Dress Goods,
White & Colored Lawns,
Madras and Canvas Curtains,
Lace Pillow Shams, Etc., Ktc.
25c. Champagne ASis
(Freniinet it FiK)
1 Henley Regatta Pleasure Boat
Complete with Sails, Mats, Oarx,
Uowlocks, Ktc., Ktc.
3Li-wls J. Levey,
A FRESH 0A11G0 OP
Departure Bay Co
FOR FAMILY USE
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Having Changed Hands am now Prepared
ICE CREAM or the Best Quality,
SHERBETS of the Best Quality.
Ice Cream Soda and Soda Water
And a Choice Assortment of
FRENCH AND PLAIN MIXED CANDIES
COFFI213, UUOUOLATR & TEA
hi:iivj:u to oiii)i:n.
MRS. ATWO0D, - Proprietress.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, May 30, 1893,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho Hcsldcnco
yard street, 1 will
of Mr. MALCOLM
Avenue, abovo Vino
scll at Publics Auction
Tho : Entiro
1 Neufeld Upright Piano
B. W. Music Hack, Piano Lump,
Center and Sotn Hubs,
Patent Rockers, Wicker Hookers,
Loan go, Curtains ami Poles,
B. "W. Bedroom Set,
Mftttrassos, Feather Pillows,
1 Wilcox & Glbb's Automatic Machine,
1 WHITE SEWING MACHINE,
Black Walnut Wardrobo,
Kua Extension Dining Table,
B. W. Dining Chairs, Ice Chest,
B. W. Sideboard, DeoHcd Dinnor Bet,
Orockory and Glassware,
ONE FISCHER RANGE,
Agato Ware, Kerns and Plants,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Jas. F1. DVEorgan.,
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, May 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the Itesideneo of Mn. W. S. BART
LETT, Hotel street, opposite tho Hawaiian
Hotel, I will sell at Public Auction, on ac
count of intending departure,
Tho : Entire : Household : Furnitu.ro,
Comprising in part
1 Pine Ascherberg
Upright Piano & Stool,
Wicker Settee, Center Hugs,
1 Masslye Antique Oak Center Table,
Wicker Rockers and Easv Chaira,
Dressing Mirror, Parlor Cabinet,
CUKTAINS AND POLES,
1 Fine Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
Mattrassc, Feather Pillows.
Aiiticiue Oak Wardrobo and CliofFoniere
1 B. W. Bedroom Set,
0AE EXTENSION DINING TABLE,
Oak Combination Sideboard and Refri
gerator, IJ. W. Dining Chairs,
CKOCKEKY AND GLASSWARE,
1 "New Home" Sewing Machine
Oil Stove, Kitchen Utensils.
Garden Tools, Hose, Etc., Etc.
,V8k- The above comprises a fine lino of
New Household Furniture. Premises open
for inspection on Tuesday, May 30th, from
!i a. m. to 1 r. M.
My tlio Harks "H. Hackfeld," "Amy Tur
ner," "Albert" and other arrivals
a New Supply of
Dry and Fancy
BOOTS and SHOES!
Havana, German & Manila Cigars
AND A FUM. LINK OF
Plantation v Supplies !
LIME, CEMENT, ETC., ETC., ETC.
AT VEHY LOW 1IATKS.
Anhauner-HtiHoh Budweiner Beer,
Schlitz Milwaukco Beer,
Golden Onto Flour,
Spcrry'H Roller Flour,
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
7 A III KB INTIJUESTHl) IN THE NEW
lJ Maxnulc Hall are Invited to cuutri.
hute to a Table uf Fancy Articles to ho xold
in aid ol the Kiirnlsdilni; Fund, Contribu
tion to be sc-iit to
732-10t r.uflu iloilHO,
H. BAIIFELD t CO.
Hawaii Hardware Co., L'a
Saturday, May 87, 1893.
By way of divertisement in
these trying times nothing is
more acceptable to the people
than tableaux vivants, the en
thusiasm shown by the audi
ence as each living picture
was unveiled Friday night is
evidence that such exhibitions
take a sort of malaria hold on
the people from start to finish,
At this time, with visions of
the World's Fair constantly be
fore one the representation of
one of the new Columbian
stamps was, perhaps, the most
appropriate. The gentleman
essaying the roll of Christo
pher made a very creditable ap
pearance and was the picture
of a man who had been suc
cessful in taking up home
steads and laying out town
sites. The scene represented
Columbus at the court of Isa
bella, in the act of unfolding a
Chart of the Oceanic S. S. Co.
showing the shortest route
from Honolulu to Chicago. If
he could visit the United States
to-day and see the improve
ments that have been made
since the first time he came
over there is no doubt ot his
wishing he had remained and
made it his home. He could
have had a big pull in his
ward and could have been in
on the ground floor oPmost
anything even a soap trust.
In this period of progress and
high grade civilization he could
have taken the Chairman of
the Central Committee up to
the top of a high mountain
and shown his railroads, his
slaughter houses and his
coffers filled with pure leaf
lard and said "All these will I
give for a seat in the Senate."
Christopher made a great mis
take in dying in the early days
before progress got a hold on
the people. If he had stayed
with us he might have done
well even though he should
miss getting his picture on a
postage stamp. The name of
Christopher Columbus would
no doubt now be among those
who are using Hendry Break
ers. The goods received by the
"Amy Turner" seem to have
met with the approval of our
customers, they've been going
out of our store in dray loads.
The demand for our supe
rior grade of Garden Hose
has been so great lately that
it has been hard work for us
to keep up with it. People
have learned where hose, good
hose may be obtained, that
probably accounts for our
If you want to make home
pleasant beyond anything you
have ever experienced there
are two things essential, Fischer
Steel Range and a set ofHavi
Iand China; there's no romance
about this, it's a fact.
By the "W. G. Irwin" we
received a big stock of the
favorite Crank Life Lanterns,
in niclcle, copper and plain
finish. It is a convenient
lantern and one that can be
handled without fear of burn
ing one's fingers. The price
is the same as the common
ones but they are worth twice
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreckelit1 Jilouk,
Corner inort 8e Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
1 beg to Inform tho Ladies that I have received a Largo and Com
plete Line of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladle, Gentlemen, Jlisses and Children In Silk, Lislo and Cotton.
INFANTS' Ol'ENWOKK SOCKS IN HALUUIOAN
INFANTS' Ol'ENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST ULAOK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
itar Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -m
WHEKK QltKAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFEKED.
Prices as .A.civertiseci in iny "Wlnclo-vvs !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I ant oilering Etra Inducements In that line, ltccolvod about ISO Pairs
of WINDOW OUKTAINS
Ma.3a-uJraotu.rers' Samples r
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
JXTe-w "Designe I "Very OJaoio Patterns I
8" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows a
Gixrtalxx ZMZsfteria,ls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
STP XT "C? T T f "VST
J2j XX JTV J I JL Vr XI ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
EVERY SMOKEK KNOWS THAT THE
GBD Briar Pipes!
Are of tho Very Best Quality, the Trade Mark
" Gr B D " being a guarantee of their excel
lence. "We have received a lot
JUSTLY : CELEBRATED : PIPES
Direct from the Factory, which we offer at
Prices to Please the People
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Fort Street, -
JEOEjNTT JbJRTVTV-JiJL "TAOORA"
DAYS FKOM LIVERPOOL
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Rocho Harbor Limo, Powell DufTryn Largo Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
Olilondorff's Special Cano Mannro, Ohlondorff's Dissolved Peruvian Gaano.
Steel JELblUs, 1 4, IS, 18 &c 20 Dos.;
BOLTS. NUTS and FISH PLATES TO SUIT.
BAGS-Rico, Coal and Paddy;
WIRE Galvanized, Varnished, Black and Galvanized Barbed;
GARDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A-riolxors a,n.cL OlxeiirLs
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tanks, 400 gallon;
Plain ond Corrugated Gulvanized Iron.
Scjiiaro and Arcli Fire Brlcka, Down Pine,
Guttering, Bf.iuiro and 0. G. ii to Gin. ;
Ridging, Galvanized Wator Pipe, from y, to2in.;
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Wilden'b Charcoal Tin PlatcH,
Roofing Slatoa, Firo Olay.
Biggin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
58 Pound Bags;
LIVERPOOL COAIIBK SALT, Ulilb bags;
HAWAIIAN COAllSlfBALT, 10011. bagu;
ROOK HALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
BEDROOM SETS IN MAI'LK, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH OilKSTr- OF JUtAWERH,
WRITING DESKS IN ROSEWOOD anil MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TABLES, Etc., Etc.
Frexicli Iron Bed.stsa.cis !
ZEIZEsTTS a,rLdL OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF SADDLERY,
Grain, Hay aud Feed Stuffs Always on Haud
- - KConolvilia, H. I.
DAYIES A CO.