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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1893.
Mr. Mondouca, roprosontiug tho
Portuguoso rosidonts of thoso isl
ands, has tnkoa his soat as a mo la
bor of tho Advisory Council of tho
Provisional Qovoriiinonl. Ono would
havo thought that, with so many of
tho allogod "hotter class" of Ilnwni
ians supporting tho P. G., tho origi
nal owners of tho country would
havo preceded tho Portuguoso con
tract labor immigrants in receiving
representation in tho councils of tho
Dr. McGrow has rosiguod tho
chief editorship of tho Star, it is
with good reason believed from tho
circumstances, owing to disinclina
tion to bo further responsible for
tho unseemly vagaries of that shoot.
Tho doctor, nor any of tho other
owners of tho Star, however, can
evade responsibility for it so long
as they continue to put up for tho
support donied it by tho public.
Noithor can tho Govcrumont bo
hold innocent of tho Star's mis
chiovous proclivities while continu
ing to subsidize it at the public ex
pense. SNEAK JOURNALISM.
Por a specimen of sneak jour nal
ism commend us to a news roporlt in
the Advertisor, headed, "Norrio and
the Star." It tells of tho decision
of Judge Poster in favor of Norr io,
and of the prosecution against D r.
McGrew being dropped. With tho
sneaking tactics of its traditions,
however, the Advertiser fails to say
on what terms tho prosecution was
dropped. There is no mention of
the fact that tho Star engaged to
publish a full apology to Mr. Norrio,
which it did the same aftornoon.
Neither is the resignation of Dr.
McGrew mentioned in tho samo con
nection as it should bo, tho fact bo
ing that tho editor-in-chief had got
sick and tired of his responsibility
for all the slush and slander of the
Annexation Club and the Barracks
his paper was printing.
HOW THE CAUSE GROWS.
From a trustworthy correspondent
on Maui comes the following, which
will show how the annoxation move-'
mont makes such fabulous strides,
as tho organs report, on tho other
islands. By the way an annmixa
tionist friond on Kauai writes in an
anxious strain, asking if tho move
ment is not about on its last legs.
The Maui correspondent, who is at
the head of a largo concern but who
is not known as a politician, writes:
"I will tell you how the annexa
tionists manage matters up here.
The Gazette makes much capi
tal over tho fact (?) of having
tho signatures of some thousands
of Portuguoso who favor tho
movement. A prominent storekeeper
of this district has a rather intelli
gent Portuguese boy working for
him and being a rabid annexationist
is of course working hard for tho
cause. So ho sends his boy out to
interview tho Portuguese homestead
ers. The boy comes along and tolls
his countrymen that annexation will
give them $2 per diem wages; flour,
sugar, etc., for virtually nothing,
and tho crown lands to bo cut up
and given away to all thoso who
sign for annoxation; then, as none
of them can either read or write,
claps down tho names of the crowd
and goes his way rejoicing. O tem
poral 0 moresl" And that is tho
way the thing growsl
WORSE THAN DYNAMITE.
Hoopdodoodonoo! Tho Advertisor
has made a discovery. It is of an
allogod curiosity in journalism.
There was a summary of tho con
tents of the Californian for Juno in
Saturday's Bulletin, which contain
ed no reference to "An Open Letter"
on the Hawaiian situation. From
this omission the Advertiser do
ducts all sorts of surmises. It ovou
indulges in tho risky pastime of
guessing at tho authorship of said
open letter. Who "Allan Dare," tho
signor of tho article, is this journal
does not know by his real namo.
How we camo to omit mention of
tho letter is easily told. Tho review
of contents of tho magazine in ques
tion camo to us in printed form in
an onvolopo by mail, just as it was
copied in this paper without curtail
mont or amendment of any kind.
An approntico typesetter wanted a
piece of reprint copy and that maga
zine notice was all that tho editor
had handy for him nt tho moment.
It was noticed that thoro was no
mention of tho open letter, but the
magazine was at the editor's house
and, as ho had not road but a few
lines of tho lottor, ho preferred to
leave it for special mention later,
Tho omission of a paragraph about
tho open lottor in tho roviow made
by tho publishers of tho magazino
for tho benefit of lazy oditors is a
marvoloiiB cireumstauce truly, but it
probably excites nobody but tho
editor of tho Advertiser, who wo
hope will prosecuto his investiga
tions of tho mystery until ho gots
enough ovidonco to natno tho "nico
littlo follow" who adopts tho pon
namo of "Allan Darp." Ho daro not
as yet namo tho person who was in
his mind when ho indited tho parti
culars of this morning's wonderful
FOR THE MASONIC TEMPLE.
Groat Buccoss of tho First Day's
From 11:80 till 1 o'clock this after
noon tho dining room of tho Ar
lington liouso on liotoi street pro-
sented an animated scone. Tablos
wore placed an over tno spacious
floor so closely as to leave barely
room for the ladies, who wero gra
ciously serving tho guests, room to
pass botweou. And for moro than
an hour ovory table was occupied.
To-day's lunch was under tho
management of Mrs. (Dr.) J. S.
McGrow and Mrs. A. Fuller. Tho
receipt of custom at the door was
presided over by Mrs. J. A. Hassin
ger, who will havo chargo of that
branch of. tho work throughout tho
series. Tliero will bo four moro
davs of these lunches, from 11:30 to
2 o'clock, given by tho ladies for tho
benefit of tho Masonic Temple's
building fund. An elegant bill of
faro was provided to-day, from deli
cious chowder to pio or cake and
coffee, with chicken salad and all
sorts of cold moats in tho middle.
Tho wholo force of tho ladies'
committee was in attendance, and
never wore tho lords of creation
more nicely waited on. Nobody had
to crash spoon or fork on tho dolf
waro to attract attention to his
wants. Ono was no sooner seated
than ho was interrogated on the
chowder uuostion. ami when tho pre
vious question was passed on that I
subiect now business was readv on I
To-morrow the governing matrons t
of tho feast will bo Mrs. E. D. Ten-
nev and Mrs. (Dr.) Wood. Tliero is .
no reason to doubt that any day will
fall short of tho opening ono in re
sults. Coll'eo was prepared for 150
to-daj-, yet tho supply ran short.
There was a balo of fancy goods at
i he door, which realized part of tho
total of a round SUM.
REPLY OF BISHOP WILLIS
To Resolutions Adoptod by the Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's
Bishop Willis has issued a 27-pago
pamphlet in reply to resolutions
adopted by tho Second Congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral at a
mooting hold on April 20. The reso
lutions, it will bo remembered, woro
in reply to an open letter of tho
Bishop, announcing that the time
had come for tho existence of two
congregations in ono building to
cease. His Lordship argues his case
from tho begiuniug of the division,
and in conclusion makes tho follow
ing decisive intimation of an act to
put mi end to tho present situation:
"In tho strong conviction, there
fore, that tho present arrangement
is a barrier to the progross of tho
xVuglican Church, that, as long as it
lasts, keeping up a spectacle of divi
sion, the Church can uevor oxorciso
that power and influence which
ought to bo centered in its Ca
thedral; tho resolutions of tho meet
ing on April 20th having thrown
back on mo tho responsibility of
either leaving untouched an evil
which is threatening tho life of tho
Church, or of taking stops for its re
moval, there is issued with this lot
tor a revocation to take oifect three
mouths henco of tho license granted
by me in December, 1885, for which
just grounds havo boon shown to
As tho pamphlet of the Bishop is
dated Ma' 22, tho revocation of li
cense will therefore bo due August
Ho Lends the Police on the Trail of
Mr. Wagnor rushed into tho Po
lice Station on Saturday evening
and asked for eight mou, as there
had been a murder committed up
town. Captaiu Juan made an elTort
to get in a fow questions, but he
couldn't got them in sideways.
Wagner wanted a squad of men
right away: ho was sure there was a
murder, and there was a big crowd
of men coming down to tho Station.
J uon managed to got four mou and
they started with Wagnor in the
lead. The olliuers mot live Japs bo
ing brought down to tho Station in
a hilarious condition with a three
cornered jag on. Wagnor passed
them by, saying thoso wero not tho
men. Tho men rushed into an alloy
way on Keknuliko street, in tho
vicinity of Kauinakapili Church,
whore thoy wero confronted with a
door, which was smashed in. Tho
noiso made by tno olncers scarou a
I Japaneso inside out of his wits, and
lie tried to cot away, out was
"choked" by tho oilicors. Tho two
story building was searched from
top to bottom but no murderer
could bo found. Ono Jap was found
lying on tho iloor "speechless." Ho
was picked up and carried to tho
Station. Wagner's murder chase
ended in "wild goose."
Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent
phj'hician of Lewis, Cass county.
Iowa, and has been actively engaged
in tho practice of medicine at that
place for tho past thirty-five years.
(In tho 20thof May, while in Des
Moines ou routo to Chicago, ho was
suddenly takon with an attack of
diarrluua. Having sold Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarmia
Remedy for tho past sevenlooii years,
and knowing its reliability, ho pro
cured a 25 cent bottle, two doses of
which coinplotoly cured him. Tho
excitement and change of water and
diet incident to travoliuir often pro
duce a diarrluea. Every ono should
procure u bottlo of this Remedy be-
fnru lii-iviinr linmn Kir mild bv all
lore uuivmg ii ono. J or sa o y an
liuiliora, uuimwii, qiiiiwi iv vjm., uj,uuid
for the Hawaiian Inlands,
This afternoon tho Exocutivo and
Advisory Councils hold thoir first
session in tho old throne room of
Iolaui Palace (now tho Exocutivo
building). Present: Ministers Dolo
(President), King, Damon and
Smith; Councillors Wildor (Vico
Presidenl), Hatch, Allon, Emmoluth,
Watorhouso, Brown, Tounoy, Suhr,
Nott, Morgan, Mondouca and Bolto.
Prosidont Dolo sat in a luxuriously
upholstered chair beneath tho onco
royal canopy on tho dais formorly
occupied by tho throno. Tho other
Ministorssatonologant plush chairs
at a long tablo, at right angles to tho
dais, on tho loft front of the Presi
dent. Desks and leather-upholstered
chairs iA two croscont rows in front
accommodated tho Advisory Council.
For tho press a largo tablo on the
right front of tho Prosidont was pro
vided, tho scribes being favored with
tho rare comfort in working timo of
loat her cushioned seats. Dr.Rodgers
had his secretarial dignity well con
served in a snug desk and comforta
ble chair in tho middle top front of
Secretary Bodgors road a roquisi-
I lion from tho Curator of Bishop
I Museum, for certain books in the
I I'aiaco library, ltolorreu, alter a
short dismission, to a special com
mittee Mr. Allen, chairman.
Minister Smith road a potitiou
from Peter Quiniij who has served
four months' imprisonment for "may
hem, asking for pardon. Roforrod
to judicial committee
Minister Damon explained that ho
had not as jet had timo to call tho
finance committee together. Ho
submitted tho following report for
tho past week:
Cash on haud, May 27, 1893, 56,
941.78. Receipts, week, sale of bonds,
"''p0', . ,
. i V9l!(;1ll
week, general revenue,
I General expenses for week,
xVvailablo cash, Juno 3, 1893, 516,
(Jut standing indebtedness:
Treasury notes, 511,000.
P. M. G. notes, 5169,000.
Treasury notes, 59000.
P. M. G. notes, 5130,000.
r-OSTAL SAVINGS RANK- MEMO.
Duo depositors this date, 5509,'
275.25. Notices maturing this date, 512,
110. Cash on hand, P. S. B., this day,
Expenses Provisional Government
to date, 572,171.13.
This includes all expenditures, in
cluding military, and not appropri
ated b' Legislature
Expenses Provisional Government
during week, 57595.60.
TREASUUV OASU MEMO.
Silvor in treasury to redeem certi
Road Board fund in troasun', 531,
030.11. School Board fund in treasury,
Available cash, as above, 516,262,
10. Total cash in treasury, 5362,928.21.
Mr. Hatch read reports of tho
judiciary committee on two bills re
ferred to thorn, which woro accepted
and the bills advanced a stage. Ono
related to tho possession or uso of
dynamite or other explosives and
tho other was an amondmont to tho
1888 law on pounds, ostrays, brands
Minister Damon introduced a bill
to amend tho Postal Savings Bank
law. Referred to judiciary commit
tee. At 2:35 tho Councils went into ex
While a safe was being hoisted up
the grand staircase of the Exocutivo
building, just before tho mooting of
the Councils this aftornoon, part of
tho purchases yielded and tho safe
turned over two or three times with
thunderous crashes. President Dolo
and Ministers Smith and King with
the reporters rushed out of the
Council chamber, fulby expecting to
soo tho results of a serious accident.
Happily nobody was hurt, but two
native workmen had a narrow es-
I capo. When they saw tho safe bo
gin its gyrations" they leaped over
! tho bauistors. Tho safe lodged on
1 tho middle landing, It probably
j cracked some of tho stairs, which bo
j ing carpeted could not bo examined.
j W. H. Hoogs, who was suporintond
J ing the work, was almost dazed at
tno misiiap. -tie was watching oper
ations from tho head of tho stairs
when it happened.
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To Get at tho Facts
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask
tho people who take this medi
cine, or road tho testimonials often
published in this paper. Thoy will
certainly convince you that Hood's
Sarsaparilla possesses unoquallod
merit, and that Hood's Cures,
Hood's Pills cure constipation by
restoring tho peristaltic action of
tho alimentary canal. Thoy aro tho
best family cathartic.
HE NIGHT OK MAY .lint, A
a Hold Watch wti II nek Cord
attached, and name of "J, K. Kumipuu"
engraved on inside of cum-. A tmitahlu re
ward will ho paid to the Under on return
ItiK it to tho undersigned at the Marsdiul'H
olllce. .1. K. KASKI'UU.
I SHALL NOT II ti WCSPONSIIILK
from thin date fur any debt or delitu
that may ho contracted hy my wife, Kato
.Marion Thomas, without uiv written order,
i:. II. THOMAS.
Honolulu, Jumifi, I8!i:i. 7J5-tf
pvK ACROUNT or DEPARTURE MR.
' b BuohH ri'ipitints time all accounts
l)() hw ((, Um tUi) mu on(ig
Honolulu, June 1, M.I,
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, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at I
least, l was so wcaK mat 1 could
not work. Fiually 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. Dedbrick,
Saugerties, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and ud it an
L. 3. Lovoy Lcaeo fc Manager.
Grand Magical, Optical & Musical
Mr. T.ovoy lias tho honor to announce to
the Ladies nml Gentlemen of Hono
lulu that he has made a spe
cial engagement with
-! Professor B. Rncbwaldy
To appear at tho Opera House on
Saturday Night, June 10th,
A treat which has never been surpassed in
. For Particulars See Programme!
Box Plan for Reserved Scats open
at L. J. Levey's ou Wednesday. 745-Ut
DR. S. ASANO,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 1G7 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Nearly opp. Eagle House.)
7 to 0 v. m.
!l tO 12 A. M.
2 to 5 and
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
A Word about Our Baseball Supply
It is Full and Complete
Tho Prices Can't be Heat.
An hefure remarked our Optical Department
with the amhtaiiee of the infallible KYK3IK
TKli yoei ntcadily along, but we have a word
of warning fur tl'mse nl'io TJIIXK they will be
made to look more stylish by wearing glasses
tale Punch's udvict ami ' J)ON"J','unless you
wear only the frame.
Gold, Nickel, Steel & Shell Frames In Stock
SOLE AGENT FOR
SOLE AGENT FOR
The charm that Keeps peace in every
Guitars from $4 Up !
Our Stationery Department in replete with
all Fashionable Society Papers.
Novels by every hteamcr. Also the Latest
and Host linnnd Hooks to suit all
ages at Publisher's Hates.
Music and Books Ordered by Every Steamer.
Don't forget that wo keep the Host Assorted
Stock of Lawn Tennis Goods in
Legends & Myths of the Hawaiian Islands
Hy His Late Majesty Kalakaua,
Sent to any address on receipt of 2.7fi.
IN All) 01' THK FUHNISHINO FUND
fur the Now Masonic Temple, tho wives
of the Free Masons of Honolulu will uive a
fcrles of Lunches and hold a sale of Fanuy
Articles, at the Arlington Dining Itoom on
Hotel Street, beginnlne MONDAY, Juno
full, lasting until FH1DAY, JmiiiMh, In
clusive, between tho hours of lliUO a.m.
mid '1 o'clock i. m. Admission fee to
Lunch Mo. All aro cordiallv Invited.
Hy order of the COMM1TTKB.
D It AFT NO. Vi FOU $20 FAVOU OF
Kallll(w) ou Mossrs. 11. Hackfcld &
Co. has been lost and nnvinont hereby
stopped. l6slA KAINA.
Kalawao, Molokai, May !Hth. 738-2w
GO cents a month,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., LI
Saturday, June 8, 1S9S.
Next to the docking of the
Oceanic the most important
event in the maritime history
of Honolulu was the arrival of
the "Miowera" on Thursday.
This adds to our already
excellent service, a line of
steamers on which the people
of these islands may journey
in comfort to the more north
ern cities on the American
Continent. That the line will
be a convenience to persons
who wish to travel across tjie
Continent via the great Cana
dian line no one will deny, but
whether there will be sufficient
demand for passage and
freight to warrant the continu
ance of the service after the
close of the World's Fair is a
matter for conjecture. It is to
be hoped that by that time
affairs here will be settled and
Honolulu will be the objective
point of globe trotters of the
Frequent calls for a superior
Anti. Shaft Rattler prompted us
to order from our Coast agent
what in their judgment is the
best contrivance of its kind in
the United States. We receiv
ed them by the steamer on
Friday and can supply you
with any number of sets de
sired. They are an indispen
sible article to people who ride
and who want to get the com
fort there is in the luxury.
The cost is trifling.
Two days before the steam
er arrived we were entirely
cleaned out of our celebrated
"Colorado" brands of oils and
plenty of orders to fill. The
steamer and the "Mary Winkle
man" brought us a supply and
we will be pleased to receive
your orders, inese brands
of oils are now used on a ma
jority of the plantations on the
Islands and we confidently ex
pect that in a twelvemonth
the demand for it will be quite
as great as for the Hendry
Breaker which is now used on
twenty-one different planta
tions. In both cases it is the
superiority of the article that
sells it. If you should try
"Colorado Oils" once the effect
would be a surprise to you.
A postal card to address will
bring to you a little book on
Lubricating Oils that will be of
interest to any person who
For weeks past there has
not been a Mammoth Chim
ney in town; we supplied other
dealers until our stock was ex
hausted and we were forced
to sell the chimneys from our
store lamps in order to supply
our retail customers, even
then we could not keep up
with the demand. Now we
have a large stock and can
accommodate anyone who
needs the articles. You know
what we mean, those great big
chimneys that are used on
All of our lines have been
filled up during the past week;
the blacksmiths have the
largest lot of Horse Shoes to
draw from that it has ever
been their good fortune to
meet. The carpenter can have
Nails galore and Tools with
out limit; and the man who
wants a Wheelbarrow can be
Last weeic we said some
thing about Hose, good hose.
575 feet came on the "Austra
lia" and remained with us just
three days, the 1 200 feet that
came by the "Monowai" will
probably last until the arrival
ofthenextsteamer, it's hard to
say. Our sales of Hose are
frequent because people want
a good article and they know
where to come for it. Hose
Reels are an excellent accom
paniment to hose because it
adds to the life of the hose.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BprcukeU1 Illoulc,
THIS WEEK !
323 Oases Ex S. S. "Monowai." - -
6 Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
Corner Fort 8s
I heg to inform the Ladies that I have received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Cclebrate4
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisle and Cotton. ,
INFANTS' OPENWOKIC SOCKS IN BALBRIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
m- Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, &
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A-civertisecl in iny VViiicLow-s !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oileriiiK Extra Inducements in that line. Received abont 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
3Ca,n-u.fa,ot'u.rers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
JtTe-w- Designs I Very Otioioe Fatterxxs I
80" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "ft
Onrtain ZMIa,teria,ls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 43 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
. bLi -Ei
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
TUB ABOVE BRANDS OF EXTRA
ARE JUST TO HAND
Those who appreciate a GOOD CIGAlt can -now supply
$3.50 TO 85.00 PER HUNDRED.
HOLLISTER, & CO.,
5S3 Fort Street, - Hoxiolvilvi, EC. I,
jtx. X-j X C2 xi ,
.... Honolulu, H. I.
DAYIES k CO.
. Manila v Cigars
KX S. S. "GAELIC."