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School Houso and Teacher's Oottago
for Kilauoa, Kauai.
Tcndors will bo received nt tlio Onico of
the Hoard of Education until WEDNES
DAY, the 2tst of Juno next, nt 12 o'clock
noon, for tho construction, Including ma
terial, painting, freight, etc., of a School
House 2(1 x 48 x 12 foot, clear, and a Cottngo
30x12x12 foot, with veranda, and veranda
rooms, nt tho place abovo named.
Cartago of the material from tho Kilauoa
landing to the school site, will bo free to
Plans and specifications for tho work can
be scon nt tho Olllce of the Board of lMacn
tion, and at Mr. Q. R. Kwart's, Kilauoa,
These buildings will be similar to thosu
recently erected by the Board of Education
at Hanamaulu, Knual.
Tho Board does not bind Itself to aecopt
tho lowest or any tender.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Office of the Board of Education, May 31,
1803. 7U3t-23 3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1893.
Tho Bulletin should roturn its
quill to tho original gooso. Star.
And tho Star should roturn its
gooso to tho original pon.
To make itsolf acceptable to tho
respectable portion of tho commun
ity, tho Star has begun to copy
largely from tho Bulletin. So long
as it gives crodit wo don't kick.
Anothor scandal against tho mon
archy is claimed to bo in a Star
pigeon hole. It is withhold for tho
present, but well, tho editor docs
not care to risk tho necessity of hav
ing to make another abject apology.
Grave Police Court scandals are
being brought to light by tho grand
jury in San Francisco. Is that city
under monarchical government? It
is impossible that any official scan
dals should occur under tho "stable
government" that the annexationists
want to havo transferred over Ha
"Eoyalistj-arns" "for tho unsophis
ticated natives" is tho description
given by tho Advertiser to rumors
current yesterday about a plot to
deport the Queen. It is strange to
find tho morning annexation organ
concocting this theory of royalist
origin for such rumors, when its
evening coadjutor has been openly
advocating tho very outrage in ques
tion. Last night's incident at Wash
ington Place rather spoils tho organ's
attribution of the rumors to royalist
sources, while confirming positive
information that tho rumors arose
from talk in P. G. military quarters.
Thero is little doubt that tho prowl
ers round tho Queen's residence wore
acting a part in a diabolical plan,
concocted by the radical gang of tho
P. G.'s support, to provoke a fight
that would form a pretext for vio
lence against the person of the
Queon. Once more, however, tho
peaceable counsels that have govorn
ed tho party of law and order from
the beginning prevailed, foiling tho
disreputable tactics of tho anarchis
tic wing of the revolutionists.
.Regular Mooting of Executive
This afternoon at 2:7 o'clock the
general session of the Executive and
Advisory Councils convened. Pre
sent: Ministors Dole (Prosidout),
King, Damon and Smith; Council
lors Wilder (Vico-Prosidout), Emrao-
nov. Jirown. Tenner, xoung, jott,
Morgan, Bolto, Suhr and Moudonca.
Mr. C. Brown reported tho bill to
amend the Postal Savings Bank law
from the judiciary committee with
amondmonts, recommending that
tho bill pass as amended. Accepted.
Tho same committee reported
having not yet considered the peti
tion of Peter Quinn.
Mr. Morgan reported from the
committee on miscellaneous matters,
recommending that tho request for
books from the palaco library, by
Prof. W. T. Brigham, curator of
Bishop MuBoum, be granted uudor
the usual conditions for tho loan of
Government curios. Adopted.
Secretary Rodgers road tho type
written copy of tho bill to amend
tho law relating to tho possession of
oxplosives. It was decided to con
eider it section by section.
Tho bill requires tho possessors or
users of dynamite or othor explosives
to havo licenses from tho Marshal.
Possession of tho article without
liconso is made prima facio ovidonco
of violation of tho law, Tho penalty
for an offense is to bo a lino of not
loss than $100 nor moro than $250
and imprisoninont not moro than
Prosideut Dolo suggostod that a
distinction be made between tho dif
ferent kinds of explosives in tho
permits, so that a man having a per
mit to uso gunpowder should not
uso it to cover the omploymont of
Minister Damon thought it would
bo a hardship to require all Chineso
laborers on rico plantations to got
pormits for powder for thoir rico bird
President Dolo fuarod it would be
diilluult to make any exemptions
without weakening the oiToetivonoss
of tho law. Tho porinits would cost
Minister Damon moved an amond
mont to tho poualty, making it "a
fiuo of not moro than $1000 or im
prisonment not moro thau five
years." As it stood tho word "and"
mado imprisoninont in addition to
fino obligatory. Carried.
Aftor discussion of dotails in
which tho President considored thoro
wore loopholes, Mr. Watorhouso
moved that tho bill bo roforred back
to tho judiciary committee for fur
ther consideration ami roport. This
motion did not prevail.
Ministor Smith objected to tying
up tho privilege of bail in too many
President Dolo suggostod that
bail be loft to tho discretion of tho
Attornoy-Qotieral. Tho olTousos bo
iug legislated against camo under
tho class of those against society.
Minister Smith said, tho Attornoy
Qoueral not residing on tho othor
islands, injustices might bo done in
such a caso as an arrest on circum
stantial or inconclusive evidence
Ho moved to aineud by giving tho
power of granting bail to tho Attor-ney-Gonoral,
tho Circuit Judges, tho
Marshal and his doputios. Carried.
Tho bill as amoudod passed to
Next came tho first reading of bill
to amend tho law relating to pounds,
ostrays, brands and marks. It is to
prevent corporations from using
brands or marks not registered ac
cording to law.
Mr. Brown said tho bill was in
agreomont with a petition received
from every grazior on tho island of
Tho bill passed.
At 3:10 the Councils wont into ex
THE CRISIS IN GERMANY.
Proposal o'f Private Holp to tho Gov
ernment Speech by the Kaiser.
Following the example of banking
houses and lending linns connected
with the Bouiso in starling un elec
tion fund for support ot the army bill,
a joint committee uss'ociuted wirii tho
iron and steel industries of Got ninny,
has made the remarkable proposal
Unit a part of the expenditures re
quired by tho new army bill be volun
tarily subscribed by the great indus
tiial, commercial and financial inter
ests of tho counliy. The committee
calculates that the joint stock com
panies of tho empire, representing an
annual aggregate profit of 500,000,000
marks, would have no dilliculty in
subscribing the necessary credit, and
such voluntary contribution would
be less oneious than the dangerous
fluctuations caused by the unsettled
state of public afi'airs consequent on
a struggle between tho Kaiser and the
lteichsuig, should the latter continue
to reject the army bill.
At the Cabinet council on May 18
tho attitude of the Government to
ward the new Reichstag, in the mat
ter of the army bill, was discussed.
The decision is understood to be that
the Government shall present a bill
drawn on the lines of the Huene com
promise. The money required by an
increase of tho army to make peace
effective the Government hopes to ob
tain by raising the t.ixes on beer and
The German Emperor, accom
panied by many notables, proceeded
to Goerlilz, in Silesia, where he per
sonally unve'led a monument to his
grandfather, Emperor William I. A
great crowd was present and tho ut
most enthusiasm prevailed. After the
exercises at the monument an elabo
rate di iiner was discussed. The Em
peror did not disappoint his distin
guished audience, for in a speech he
said, speaking with great solemnity:
"This festivity is in the midst of
serious times. Our army requires in
creased remodeling. I have summon
ed the nation to provide the necessary
means. All other questions arc in
ferior to this, a most serious question,
one upon which depends the very ex
istence of the fatherland, and we need
absolute unity in order to solve the
question. Whatever separates us as
Germany, whatever causes views to
diverge, must now be put aside, be
cause it imperils the futuie of the
The speech made a profound im
pression and was hailed with enthusi
asm. Marriage of a Millionaire.
The result of a happy romance
was the marriage on May 18, at tho
Church of the Heavenly Kest, New
York, of MifS Nellio Virginie Sands,
tlie only daughter of the late James
G. Sands of that city, to Captain
Joseph liaphael do la Mar, a retired
miner, whose fortune is c-timated to
be more than .$20,000,000. Miss Sands
is not yet 18 yeais old and is very
handsome. 1 ho millionaire bride
groom, who is a man of middle age,
met his brid" less than a year ago,
and her beauty of face and figure al
most at once decided his fate. In
South Idaho he owns and controls a
gold mine which yields him an in
come of several hundred thousand
dollars a year.
Charles Jones, editor of tho St.
Louis Itupublic, has been deposed at
tho iiiBtanco of relatives of ex-Governor
Eiands, who aie heavy stock
holders in the paper. Jones opposed
Francis in politics, his opposition be
ing blamed for keeping Francis out of
Lottu Crablree and Mrs. John Dil
lon weie blackballed ill a sensational
meeting of the Soiosis in New York.
Mrs. A. M. Palmer and other mem
bers threatened to icsign. The ie
juctinii of the two ladies is said to be
duo to a small element in the society
which does not favor acli esses as
There was a crush at tho entrance
of the hall where Susan H. Anthony
was spunking at tho World's Fair con
gress of women. Partitions were
broken down and for a time there was
danger of a din.tsUoiiH panic.
'Die U. S, Judiciary is trying to de
cide whether u Chinese ualooiikcupor
is u lahoier or a merchant. He lately
lotiiruud from China and was denied
Job 1'tlnlimj neatly and promptly
exeoutrd ut the llullrtin Ojjke.
Two Judicial Docisions- Sundry Mat
tors at Ohambors.
Judgo Cooper hni rondorod a do
cisiou in Egan & Gunn vs. E. M.
Broworot al. Plaintiffs brought suit
for damagos caused by rain coining
through tho roof and skylight of a
building erected for thoir occupa
tion by defendants. Tho judgmont
was in favor of plaintiffs with dam
ages reduced from tho original
claim. Defendants appealed to tho
Suiiromo Court, which reversed tho
judgment of tho lower Court and
ordered a now trial, on tho ground
that thoro was a variance between
tho declaration and proofs. At tho
May term the plaintiffs filed thoir
amended declaration, to which tho
In its decision tho Suiiromo Court
hold that tho proofs and findings of
fact supported an action upon a
covonant "that tho building was fit
and suitable for tho intended use of
it by tho plaintiffs." Judgo Cooper
does not seo that this implied a de
claration that thoro was such a
covenant in tho contract for tho
building or in tho lease. Ho doos
not find such a covenant existing
and quotes tho following from a
Massachusetts decision: "A covonant
is not implied in a writton loaso of a
dwelling houso that tho promises aro
fit for habitation, and tho ovidonco
that tho lessor represented at tho
time of lotting that tho houso was
in good sanitary condition is incom
petent in an action for broach of tho
coutract." Ho thereupon concludos,
"This it seems to mo disposes of tho
quostion under consideration and
tho doinurror must thoroforo bo sus
tained and it is so ordered."
Peterson and Croiirhton for nlaiu-
tiffs; A. S. Hartwoll for defendants.
Judgo Coopor has also rendered
a decision in tho caso hoard by him
on two days lately (Dr.) Arthur A.
Mountz vs. J. N. llao, Kipola and J.
N. Ilao, guardian ad litem of Maria
(w.) and Kooni, minors. It was an
action to quiet title. Questions
bearing on the nature of old land
titles in those islands camo up in tho
issue. Tho Judgo decides against a
finding of tho lato L. Aholo, bound
ary commissioner for tho islands of
Maui, Molokai and Lanai, and con
cludos that it is his opinion that
judgment should be in favor of tho
plaintiff, forever quieting his title to
tho land described in his petition as
against the dofondauts. Judgment
may bo entered accordingly. J. M.
Mousarrat and W. A. Kinney for
plaintiff; A. Rosa for dofondants.
Aunio L. Ulukou vs. Quoou Dow
ager Kapiolani was argued and sub
mitted before Judgo Coopor this
morning. W. K. Castlo for plaintiff;
F. M. Hatch for defendant.
Roeiprocitj' Sugar Co. vs. Estate
of Kalakaua was continued till noxt
W. Ah Kui has applied for dis
charge from bankruptcy.
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Good Money in Swans.
Swans aro not hard to raise; they
soil at 10 and S75 a pair. A Yankee
farmer at Biddeford, Mo., is making
quite a success at swan breeding,
and his profits must bo quito largo
each season. Tho average hatch
yields from three to six young swans.
Thoy hatch usually about June and
mature in fourteen months from
birth. Thoy aro vory cross when
with a brood and need watching
constantly unless penned up closely.
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Rich, Red Blood
As naturally results from taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla as personal
cleanliness results from free uso of
soap and water. This gre.it puri
fier thoroughly expels scrofula, salt
rlieum and all othor impurities and
builds up over' organ of tho body.
Now is tho time to tako it.
Tho highest praise has been won
by Hood's Pills for thoir easy, yet
otficiout action. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 cents.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of n Power of Sale con
tained in a certain mortgiigu executed
November VI, lfcS')2, by Kunkawaaolc (w.)
to Asai (Oh.) and recorded in Liber ,
Page , the said mortgagee intends to
forccloso the s-aid mortgage for condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of the
sums secured thereby when due. And no
tice is hereby further given that upon Mich
foreclosure laud utiles wild mortgage shall
have been hooncr paid) all and singular
the lauds, tenements and hereditaments in
said mortgage contained and described
will bo bold at l'ublio Auction at the auc
tion room of Lewis J. Li-vev, on Queen
Street, in Honolulu on SATURDAY, tho
1st duy of July, 1H1M, ut L! o'clock noon of
The property in said mortgage Is all tho
right, title ami interest of Kuukawuaolo
(w.) in that laud situate at Houomaliuo,
Kona, Haw uii, described in Royal 1'atout
No. ((Ml, Kuleunii No. 10!MU, containing
3 35-100 acres.
TOfc- For further particulars apply to A.
I". Peterson, attorney for mortgagee,
Honolulu, H. I., Juno 7, 1803. 748-lt
X Kitchen In
rear of i
Ohr. Uertz's Shoe Store uti
103 Fort Street. Anulv to
74H-at OHR. UERTZ.
ON THE NIGHT OK MAY 31bt. AT
Iwilei, Small Gold Watch with lilack
Cold attached, mid mime of "J. K. Kune
iiuu" enslaved on inside of cum-. A suita
ble reward will be paid to the Under on
returning it to tho undersigned nt tho
Marshal's olllce. J. K. KANEJ'UU.
I SHALL NOT HE JIIWONBIIILE
from this ditto for any debt or debts
thutimtvho roiitiui'ttd by my w'ifu, Kuto
Marlon Thoinus, without mv written older.
C, fl. THOMAS.
Honolulu, .hum ft, ib'M. 715-tf
ON ACCOUNT 01' DEPARTURE MR.
N. b. Sachs rcqucMs tliut all aticotints
dun him bu paid before the l.rth of this
Honolulu, June 1, leui, 713lw
Those who have not
used Boschce's Ger
man Syrup for somo
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
and Luucrs can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing, casing, clear
ing, strength-gathering and recover
ing are unknown joy. For Ger
man Syrup wc do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stop a tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine roes. Boschee's German
Syrup is a discovery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
pain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
hage, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You are
a live man yet if you take it
Royal Bawaiian Opera House
L. J, I.o voy Losseo & Manager.
Grand Magical, Optical & Musical
Mr. IiCvoy has tho honor to nnnounco to
the Ladies ami Gentlemen of Hono
lulu that he has made a spe
cial engagement with
Professor B. Ruehwaldy
To appear at tho Opera Houso on
Saturday Night, June 10th,
A treat which has novor been surpassed in
For Particulars See Programme I
Box Plan for Reserved Seats open
at L. J. Levey's on Wednesday. 745-bt
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
A Word about Our Baseball Supply
It is Full and Complete
Tho Prices Can't be Beat.
Av before remarked our Optical Department
u ith the assistance of the infallible EYUME
TKlt goes steadily alomj, but we have a word
of naming for thoe ului THINK they will be
made to lo'oh more stylhh by wearing glasses
tale Punch's advice and l)0N'T,'unless you
near only the frames.
Gold, Nickel, Steel & Shell Frames in Stock
SOLE AGENT FOR
SOLE AGENT FOR
The charm that keops peace in every
Guitars from $4 Up !
Our Stationery Department is replete with
all Fashionablo Society Papers.
Novels by every steamer. Also the Latest
and Best Bound Books to suit all
ages at Publisher's Rates.
Music and Books Ordered by Every Steamer.
Don't forget that we koop the Best Assorted
Stock of Lawn Tennis Goods in
Hawaiian TT 1 A CtS Amerlcan
Legends & Myths of the Hawaiian Islands
By His Late Majesty Kalakaua.
Sent to any address on receipt of $2.75.
DR. S. ASANO,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 107 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Neurly opp. Eagle House.)
7 to 0 i. m.
0 to 12 A. M.,
2 to !i and
IN AH) OF THE FURNISHING FUND
for tho New Masonlo Temple, tho wives
of the Free Muxous of Honolulu will give a
series of Lunches and hold a sale of Fancy
Articles, at the Arlington Dining Room on
Hotel Street, boKinufiiK MONDAY, June
Mb, lasting until FRIDAY, Juno llth, in
clusive, between the hours of 11:30 a.m.
and 2 o'clock v. u. Admission fee to
Lunch r0u. All aro oordlallv invited.
By order of the COMM ITTKK.
DRAFT NO. 12 FOR $20 FAVOR OF
Kallll (w) on Muslim. H. Huukfcld A
Co. bus been lost and payment hereby
btoppwl. I&BIA KAINA.
knluwao, Molokai, May 2.0th. 7J8-i!w
Daily Hulletin, 60 cent a month,
Hawaiian HarflwarB Go., L'fl
Saturday, June 3, 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 al.ready
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 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. 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
of the next steamer, it's hard to
say. uur sales ol l-lose 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 HpreokeU' Bluuk,
TEMPLE OF FAS
Cornor Fort Be Hot ol Streets.
TWO GREMSPECIALTIES !
I beg to Inform the Ialles that I lmvo received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladle, Gentlemen, Misses and Children In Bilk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN llALURIOAN
INFANTS' Ol'ENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
. Er Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -m
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL HE OFFERED.
Prices els Advertised in nay Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oireriiiK Extrn Inducements in tliot line. Received about 150 Fairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
:&a:rrujfiotTJLrers' Sei:m.-ples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
.Now Designs I "Very Olioioe Patterns I
fig?" Prices of Above Q-oods as Advertised in "Windows "?g&
OiarteiirL IMIetteriaJLs I
1 AM OFFERING SWISSES, 18 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
13 . ZEG JrEC R Xi X C2 H. ,
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., - - . Honolulu, H. I.
THIS "WEEK !
323 Oases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
G Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda.".
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
. 58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.
THE ABOVE BKANDS OF EXTKA
Choice v Manila v Cigars
ARE JUST TO HAND
Thosu who apurfciutti u GOOD CTGAli can now supply
$3.50 TO $5.00 PER HUNDRED.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 IF'ort Street, - HConolialia, H. I,
EX S. S. "GAELIC."