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THE DMLY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Seel ?ior Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1893.
With all tlio advantages claimed
by the P. Q. from removal to the
palaco, it is to bo lioped wo shall
soon hoar of a reduction in tho mili
Roporls of tho appoaranco of tho
now coffee plantations on Hawaii
are oncouraging. It is only a inattor
of a yoar or two now whou coffoo
will loom up largo in Hawaiian ox
ports. This now industry has boon
promoted chiefly by capitalists, laud
owners and agriculturists who are
contemptuously dubbed "royalists"
by tho "loisuro class" of revolution
ists and professional disturbors of
tho national credit.
Rev. S. L. Dosha of Hilo denies
tho report, previously published in
this paper, that ho had trouble with
his congregation on the annexation
question. Ho declaros ho novor ad
mits politics in his ministrations.
The promoter of a report to the con
trary a brother minister on being
asked for proof of its accuracy failed
to produce any. Wo aro glad to
hoar it and to mako this correction
of tho Btory, which was published
by this paper in good faith on what
now seoms to havo been wrong in
formation. "It is understood that since Mr.
Spreckels' return from Kauai he has
privately announced that he was out
of Hawaiian polities. This fact was
known before his return, and is quite
likoly to bo emphasized, if either of
these gentlomon (Spreckels and
Irwin) attempt hereafter to manipu
late Hawaiian politics for tho pur
pose of carrying out the plans of tho
corporations they represent."
The above is an extract from tho
leading article of the Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser of this morning.
"Upon what meat doth this our
Caesar feed?" Whore aro wo at?
What form of government aro wo to
havo in which Messrs. Spreckels and
Irwin are to cut no figure? And,
presumably, to be consistent, any
other men of brains and means?
Can it be that Mr. John Emmoluth
is arranging for the next deal?
There is not a gleam of intelli
gence in the last weekly statement
of the Minister of Finance as to
where or how the money was raised
to pay Col. Spreckels his $95,000.
It was reported that there had been
no sale of bonds. The receipts of
ordinary rovenuo for the week were
small enough to precludo the theory
that the money was obtained
through any advances of taxes. Per
haps tho transaction was simply an
exchange of names of creditors on
the treasury books. Then tho ques
tion remains, to which an answer is
due tho public, as to whether there is
any change in the rate of interest.
In any case tho public is entitled to
a statement of full particulars of so
large a transaction. A little less
boasting with a little more informa
tion on the part of its organs, in this
as in other matters, would bring tho
Provisional Government a larger
measure of confidence than is now
accorded it by tho taxpayers of tho
country. There is nothing gained
by our provisional rulers from a
policy of mystery.
FOB FOREIGN CONSUMPTION.
As a steamer is due to leave for
San Francisco to-day, it was only to
bo expected that the P. C. A. should
have the usual trumpery article on
"tho situation," for foreign consump
tion only. Its contents impel ono
to wonder that tho enterprise of tho
publishers does not lead them to
save readers at home the pain of
perusing this special article. It
would not cost much to fill its place
in the local edition with a judicial
decision, or a sketch of some obscure
actress or bluo-stocking from tho
boiler-plate stock, and only lot "the
situation," as viowed through tho
frosted panes of the Advertiser sanc
tum, come to tho eyes of people
abroad who cannot decide whothor
it moans a "situation wanted" or a
"situation vacant." To-day's effort
of our contemporary at portraying
Hawaiian affairs from tho front
steps is a greater curiosity than
the neglect of "Allan Dare" by tho
Bulletin. It opens up with an as
surance that "there is a growing
feeling of personal safety and gen
eral security since tho Provisional
Government took possession of tho
old palaco and converted it into a
now executive building." From tho
tone and touor of tho Advortiser tho
past four months or so, ono would
novor gathor that there was any
room for sucli a fooling to grow.
There is nothing said to show how
such a foeliug has been fructified by
tho grand houso-moving exploit, but
its effect is said to have "boon like
that of a good ondorsomout on a
doubtful note of hand," This com
parison of tho P. G. as it has stood
Idthorto with doubtful commercial
paper hardly comports with pre
vious pictures of tho situation in tho
Next among tho remarkable foa
turos of tho situation notod is that
tho natives havo been undeceived in
thoir boliof that "tho backing of one
royalist and his monoy meant dofoat
to tho annoxation cause." In en
larging on this point tho chronicler
of tho day tacitly oxprosses groat
surpriso that tho P. G. was ablo to
raiso that lJ,UUU, saying thoro is
"no good roason why surpriso should
not bo added to surpriso during tho
next fow mouths." So far as tho
"cause" is concerned, tho surprises
of tho past fow months havo boon
rather unwelcome to its supporters.
One great surprise to thorn wasthnt
out of a claimed registry of G000
members of tho Annexation Club,
only 175 at tho outsido could
bo mustered at tho heels of
a brass band to mako a farowoll
demonstration in honor of tho ro
tired Unitod Stntos Minister, whom
thoy loved for his works' sake as
a loading instrument in overturning
tho government of the country. Ono
of tho most surprising items in tho
situation the recordor does not mon
tion. While he claims that thoro is
a stainpedo of tho natives to tho an
noxation banner, ho omits to state
that enough of nativo supportors
havo not yot materialized, in tho
opinion of tho P. G., to justify thoir
boing given ono lone representative
in the Councils of tho Government.
They havo conceded tho claim of tho
Portuguese to bo ropresoutod but
not that of tho Hawaiian oxcopt
in a thus far empty minute of
proceedings. Tho Portuguese havo
guns, furnished to thorn at public
oxponso. They aro an element, it is
no uukindncss to saj, which has no
sentiment of patriotism toward Ha
waii above whatovor concerns thoir
daily bread and a balance in stocking
or bauk. Tho Hawaiiaus love their
country abovo everything, and de
light in peace and quietness. They
aro without equipments of war and
if otherwise would still bo for peaco
to the last extreme. Therefore, tho
P. G. does not consider it necessary
to conciliate them by measures of
either justice or friendliness. Thoy
aro even being bundled out of minor
positions in tho civil service as fast
as tho Councils can agree in secret
session on tho choice of candidates
for their places. This is surprising
to all who do not know to what ele
ments tho Provisional Government
owes its vaunted security. It is
further a matter of surprise, ono
noted bj- .visiting military authori
ties, that the Government should
have put itself wholly in tho keep
ing of such elements, by dealing out
to them for carrying about their por
sons, waking and sleeping, enough
ammunition to mako them masters
of the situation.
Evidently tho Advertiser regards
tho antagonism of Col. Spreckels to
tho Government as a matter for con
gratulation. Surely it does not at
heart bolieve that tho Government
has benefited by losing tho confi
dence of the largest individual tax
payer in the country. When tho
beginning of that gentleman's alien
ation is taken into consideration, the
culmination of the difference be
comes a inattor for profound public
rogrot. Col. Spreckels objected at
first to what he deemed tho unneces
sarily largo outlay for tho military
forces, which he with many others
considered wore more of a menace
than a protection to tho peace of tho
community. This is a view known
to havo been shared by some of tho
wisest heads in tho Councils, but
whoso counsels in this regard wore
overruled by the more belligerent
spirits. That Col. Spreckels should
havo observed at his first glance and
then taken prompt cognizance of
administrative follies is no reason
for tho insinuation of the Advertiser
that ho had undertaken to swa1 tho
destinies of tho country. Our con
temporary offers not a particle of
evidence that Col. Spreckols assum
ed any more influence than ought to
havo boon his proportionate share
as not only a heavy taxpayer but a
largo creditor of tho country. It is
foolish, at all events, for tho Adver
tiser to halloo in behalf of tho Gov
ernment before thoy aro well out of
tho woods. And it is no proof of
strength to crow ovor an antagonist
before ho has retired from tho con
test. HAWAIIAN NATIONAL, BAND.
Concert for Pleasure of Passengers
by China Steamer.
Should the steamer City of Peking
arrive in time tho Hawaiian National
Band will play tho following pro
gram at tho Hawaiian Hotel at 8:15
o'clock this evening:
Maruli -I.ci Oliaului Kciilulcui
Overture Kia Diuvolo Aubur
Wnlt. Ovlt tho Wiivos Ros.ih
Selection Tniviiitti Vwili
Three Jliuviillun Sonud.
Kiiutusla Murititim (K Clarionet Hole).
Mwlluy A Nl(?ht In Now York ...Jlrookx
Muruli Lilluokulmii Merger
J. LiuoiiNin, lender.
m m m
Toucher "In the Huntencc, 'Tim
biok hoy loves )uh mi'ilioiue,' whiitnurt
of bpuueli id love?" Johnny "lt'u a
FOK THE P. O. NUT CRACKER.
Somo Pertinent Questions Suggested
by the Present Situation.
1. Is thoro treason, sedition or re
bellion in asking questions?
2. WnsKalakaua, vi el armis, com
pelled to assort that ho was author
ized and fully empowered to sot
aside tho constitution substituted
bv Kamohanieha V.I
3. Who compiled Kalakaua's con
stitution, or aro its authors ashamed
to own it?
4. Has tho Supromo Court ovor
given delivorauco to decisions in ac
cordance with tho wishes of its
5. Did thov loso their grip at tho
0. If Kalakaua had tho power and
right ho was forced to claim and act
upon, why do not his successors
possoss tho samo?
7. What sufficient proof is thoro
that such claim has ovor been made?
8. Was it ovor intimated that a
groat advance was made when tho
Executive, Legislative and Judicial
Departments wore declared soparato
9. How aro thoy now?
10. How much of tho '87 Consti
11. By what can tho constitution
ality of lato laws bo tested?
12. Is tho Chief Justice or tho
Chancollor tho only ollicor holding
13. Is there to bo a genoral elec
tion if tho P. G. continues till tho
time for otio arrives?
14. If tho few Portuguese in Hono
lulu aro entitled and allowed repre
sentation in tho Council, is tho rifjht
to tho samo privilege of wholo lsl
nnds,Kauai, Maui and Hawaii, to be
15. Aro tho Portuguese to select
their man, and the Hawaiiaus theirs,
or will thoy bo select od after duo
scrutiny and a still hunt?
10. Is Honolulu tho state?
Tho answer to this last can oasily
be found in Fort and Merchant
streets. It is, "if not why not," or
as Meg Dods would say, "What for
Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent
physician of Lewis, Cass county,
Iowa, and has been actively engaged
in tho practice of medicine at that
place for tho past thirty-live j'ears.
On tho 2Gth of May, while in Dcjs
Moines en route to Chicago, ho was
suddenly taken with an attack of
diarrhuea. Having sold Chambor
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrcea
Remedy for tho past seventeen j'oars,
and knowing its reliability, ho pro
cured a 25 cent bottle, two doses of
which completely cured him. Tho
oxcitoment and change of water and
diet incident to traveling often pro
duce a diarrhoea. Every ono should
procure a bottle of this Remedy be
fore leaving homo. For sale by all
dealors. Benson, Smith & Co., agouts
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
rpHK WEEKLY BULLETIN 28 COL
X. minis of Interesting Rending Matter.
Islnnds. 4: mnilpri to foroimi countries. W.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure
and of Sale.
G Tho Mile of tliu property hereinafter
(lfbcriliuil is postponed to SATURDAY,
June 10th, lit 12 o'clock noon.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
lu pursuance of a Power of Sale con
tained in n certain Mortgage executed Feb
ruary 8th, lb'JO, by George W. Macfarlane
to Oliarles R. Bishop, recorded in Liber 123
at pages 1155 to 137 of the Hawaiian Regis
try of Deeds, it is tho intention of taid
Mortgagee to foreclose said mortgage, for
condition broken, to wit: for tlio non-payment
of pi ineipal and interest thereon when
due. And notice is further given that,
HDOn such foreclosure, it is the intention
of said Moitgagee to sell the pioperty in
and by said mortgage eonvej ed (unless the
amount seemed by such mortgage shall
have been fully paid) at Public Auction, at
the Salesroom of .las. F. Morgan, in Hono
lulu, at 12 o'clock noon on SATURDAY,
the M day of .Tune, 18'J.S.
t& For further particulars apply to
C. W. Ashford, Attorney for tho Mortga
gee, Merchant street, Honolulu.
Bated this 1st dav of May, 1MH.
OHARLES R. BISHOP,
Tin: i'Koi'i:ivrv to he som at iiik bAi.i:
aiiovi: Ai)vi.uiisi:n b iollohh:
All of t!io-o tracts of land situated on
Nuuanu, Hotel and Bethel stieets, in
Honolulu, known as the Bootli property,
described as follows:
1 Purvey of Lots 1 , 2, 3, 4, 5 and (i, com
mencing at; an iron spike at the north cor
ner of Lot No. 1, on Nuuanu street, lb.'.)
feet fioin the s-outh eornor of Nuuanu and
Hotel stieets, and running:
1 S. :t.l 38' K. true, 11H.8 feet along
road thiough this property.
2-S. fi'ji 00' W. true, 15.0 feet along
3-N. l;lu' V. true, 1.1 feet along Gov
4 N. 20 :;u' W. true, 18 feet along Gov
.r-N. 72 40' V. true, 29 feet along (iov-
, 1.0 00' E. true. 1.5 feet alone: Beck.
-N. 30 10' V. true, WJ " " "
S S. tJ0 00' V. true. 1.5
!I-N. eR 15' V. true, 43.0 feet along Hnr
bottle. 10-N. 21 30' V. truo, 31.7 feet along
11 N. GS 10' E. true, 27.7 feet along
Nuuanu street to initial point. Area,
8121 square feet.
2-Survuy of Lots 7, 8, !), 10, 11 and 12,
commencing at the west corner of Hotel
and Bethel streets, and running:
1 S. 50 00' W. truo, (W.U feet along
2-N. 33 38' W. true, ill feet along roud
through this property.
!i .. 57 3.V E. tine, fi0.il Teet along tho
'Empire Lot," James Olds, to Hotel street,
4 S. 33 38' E. true, 03.1 feet along
Hotel Htreot to initial point. Areu, 0155
b(uuro feet. 710-17t
ON THE NIGHT OF MAY 31st. AT
Iwilel, Small Gold Watch with Black
Cord attached, and name of "J. K. Knno
imii" engiaved on inside of eas-e. A suita
ble reward will be paid to the Under on
returning it to tho undersigned at the
Marshal's olllee. .1. K. KANEPUU.
I SHALL NOT HE RESPONSIBLE
from this date for any debt or debts.
Hint iiuiv be contracted by my wife, Kate
Marion Thomas, without in v written order.
E. B. THOMAS.
Honolulu, June 5, 1803. 715-tf
ON' ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE Mil.
N. S. Bach requetu that all accounts
due him bu paid before thu loth of this
Honolulu, June 1, IbU), 713-lw
I had been troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was chronic. I had a fullness
after eating nnd a heavy load in the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick
ness at the Stomach would overtake
me. Then again I would have the
terrible pains of Wind Colic. At
such times I would try to belch and
could not. I was working then for
Thomas McHeury, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny
City, Pa., in whose employ I had
been for seven years. Finally I used
August Flower, and after using just
one bottlo for two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now eat thincs I dared not touch
before. I would like to refer you to
Mr. McHenry, for whom I worked,
who knows all about my condition,
and from whom I bought the medi
cine. I live with my wife aud family
at 39 James St., Allegheny City, Pa.
Signed, John D. Cox.
G. G. GREEN Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A
L. J. Lovoy Lcsseo & Manager.
Grand Magical, Optical & Musical
Mr. Levey has the honor to announce to
the Ladies and Gentlemen of Hono
lulu that he has made a spe
cial engagement w ith
Professor B. Ruchwaldy
To appear at tho Opera House on
Saturday Night, June 10th,
A treat which has nevor been surpassed in
For Particulars See Programme!
Box Plan for Reserved Seats open
at L. J. Levey's on Wednesday. 715-bt
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
A Word about Our Baseball Supply
It is Full and Complete
The Pi ices Can't be Beat.
Ax before remarked our Optical Department
with the assistance of the infallible KYEME
TEH goes steadily along, but we haie a word
of warning for those wl'w THINK they will be
made to look more stylish by wearing glasses
take Punch's advice and VON'Tj'unless you
wear only the frames.
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 is replete with
all Fashionable Society Papers.
Novels by every steamer. Also the Latest
aud Bost Bound Books to suit all
ages at Publisher's Rates.
Music and Books Ordered by Every Steamer.
Don't forget that we keep the Best Assorted
Stock of Lawn Tennis Goods in
Hawaiian ?J y (xS American
Legends & Myths of the Hawaiian Islands
By His Late Majesty Kalakaua.
Sent to any address on receipt of $1'.".').
DR. S. ASANOT
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 107 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Nearly opp. Eagle House.)
Orrit'uUoims; 9 to 12 a. m., 2 ton and
7 to t) i'. m. 74l!-tf
IN AID OF THE FURNISHING FUND
for the Now Masonic Temple, the wives
of the l'reo .Masons of Honolulu will give n
series of Lunches and hold a salo of Fancy
Articles, at the Arlington Dining Room on
Hotel Street, beglnnfng MONDAY, Juno
fith, lasting until FRIDAY, Juno tltli, in
clusive, between the hourH of 11:1)0 a. m.
aud ii o'clock i-. M. Admission fee to
Lunch (Sua Ail aro oordlallv invited.
By order of tho COMMITTEE.
DRAFT NO. Vi FOR 20 FAVOR OF
Kallli (w) on Mossrs. H. Hackfeld .t
Co. has been lost and payinont heteby
btonped, l6SIA KA1NA.
Kaluwao, Molokal, May ttitli. 7Jrt-'Jw
Daily Bulletin, 60 cents a month,
Saturday, June S, 1893,
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 the
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 elobe 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 luxurv.
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. These 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 week 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 BpreokelH lllouk,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor ITort Se Hotel Streets..
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I beg to Inform the Toadies thnt I have received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Cclobrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children In Silk, Lislo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN UALBRIQAN
INFANTS' Ol'ENWOKK LISLE SOCKB IN FABT BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
est Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, i
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
IPrioes as -A.civertiseci in my "Windows !
I ntn offering Extra Indueoments in that lino, lleccivod about 150 Fairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
3VEa,nifa,ot-u.rrs' Samples !
IN SWISS, Al'LIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
N-w Designs I V&x"y Olioio Patterna I
BiSf Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows -3
Curtain ZMZEtterietls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
SE . JbU jEx -fcrC Xi X CJJ xx ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
THIS "WEEK !
323 Oases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Oases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THE ABOVE BRANDS OF EXTKA
Choice v Manila v Cigars
ARE JUBT TO HAND
Those who appreciate a GOOD GIG Alt can now supply
$3.50 TO $5.00 PER HUNDRED.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
623 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, HC, I,
Wiiulnitr i!int omc I
HH H ID H IIH V -
EX S. S. "GAELIC.' -l
DAVIES & CO