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School Houso And Toachor'a Cottage)
for Kilauoa, Ktumi.
Tenders will bo rccolvoil at the Onieo of
the Board of Education until WEDNES
DAY, tho 21st of Juno next, at 12 o'clock
noon, for tho construction, including ma
terial, painting, freight, etc., of a School
Houso 20 x 48 x 12 foot, clear, and a Cottago
3()x 12x 12 foot, with veranda, and veranda
rooms, at tho place nbovo named.
Cartago of tho material from the KUauoa
landing to tho school site, will bo freo to
Plans and specifications for tho work can
be scon at tho Olllco of tho Board of Educa
tion, and at Mr. G. 11. Ewart's, Kilauoa,
Thoso buildings will be similar to those
recently erected by the Board of Kdueatlon
at Hananmulu, Kauai.
Tho Board does not bind itself to accept
tho lowest or any tender.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Offlco of tho 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.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1893.
Judgo Cooloy's dolirorauco ou Ha
waiian annexation is a lightning
striker. It is tho main topic ou tho
streets siuco tho arrival of tho for
Mr. Stevens is going to teach Pre
sident Cleveland, Judgo Cooley and
Senator Edmunds "Americanism,"
according to tho Advertiser. Well,
who'd a' thought it!
Retraction of their slanderous as
sertions that royalists stolo the
crown jewels and tho station opium
is still awaited from tho P. G. organs.
It probably exhausted their stock of
honor to have published tho facts
showing that annexationists in the
employ of tho P. G. wore tho cul
An article republished from tho
Chicago Journal gives what is pro
bably tho general estimate of ex
Minister Stevens' "remarks" in tho
United States. A "grandiloquent
effort," "his amazing solf-suiheioucy,
his ignorance of the American policy,
his disregard of a people's rights,"
"tho queerest specimen of a Minister
that is to be found in our rather
queer collection" such are the ex
pressive epithets and phrases which
tho document might have been ex
pected to draw forth. The Journal
also sees clearly tho hypocricy of
the lottery pretext.
Dr. Guzman, Nicaraguan Minister
at Washington, expects the United
States on the Hawaiian question,
and says the people of the United
States to establish a protectorate
over Nicaragua, on account of the
canal. Tho Columbus (Ohio) Dis
patch cites tho attitude of the Uuitod
States do uot like foreign complica
tions. "They want to annex Hawaii
or let her paddle her own canoe."
Still it asserts that tho nation would
strain tho point and establish a pro
tectorate over Nicaragua if it were
seen that American interests in tho
canal wore in danger.
Ex-Senator Edmunds of Vermont
was lately interviewed at San Fran
cisco on the question of Hawaiian
annexation. Ho was strongly opposed
to the scheme, because it would give
the islands two Senators, "the posi
tions to be filled by whoever has the
money to bid for thom." Mr. Ed
munds added: "Let the United
States protect tho islands, and then
let them have a republican form of
government, or put the Queen back
on the throne. Anything, so the
islands are not annexod." This is
plain talk from a man who stood
high for the presidential nomination
by the Republican party.
SUGAR BOUNTY VETO.
Governor Hogg of Texas has at
tracted attention outsido of the
bounds of that State by vetoing a
bill passed by the Legislature, em
powering the superintendent of the
State peuitentiary to receive from
the treasurer of the United States
the bounty to which tho State is on
titled, under tho law of 1890, upon
tho sugar produced last year ou tho
State penitentiary convict farms.
Tho sugar thus produced by convict
labor amounted to about 1,000,000
pounds, and the bounty would there
fore have boon about $20,000. Gov
ernor Hogg's veto was a rather
strong documont, and took the high
ground of principle in refusing tho
Federal gratuity to the State,
"Toxas will not stain her hands nor
dishonor her uamo by tho acceptance
of thiB money, the pollutod fruit of
crime against justico and the Con
stitution," so runs tho message. The
law authorizing the sugar bounty
requires thoso who accept its terms
to submit to havo their business in
spected by the Federal authorities.
Texas could never stoop to such hu
miliation. The Now Orleans Times
Democrat, iu reviewing tho veto
inessago, says: "And while Governor
Hogg's message will tend to place all
recipients of sugar bounty in an in
vidious ami uuonviablo light, it will
also produce tho more certain result
of umkiug CougroHsdo away with tho
systoru of bounties on sugar at tho
earliest possible motnont. To have
tho offor of a subsidy which it con
ferred on sugar thus contemptuously
thrown back in its faco by ono of tho
States iu which tho sugar industry
is pursued, will show Congress moro
clearly than auything olso could havo
dono the viciousnoss of such legisla
tion and tho uocossity thoro is for a
ilaiml nlintirfn til wfwl 4 r ailffnt
Tho Titnos-Domocrat goos on at
length in tho same tonor, roforriug
to its own invotorato opposition to
tho bounty from tho beginning. Yot
tho Milwaukee Sontinol quotes from
tho same paper au article of only a
day later than tho ono containing
tho foregoing extract, to show that
tho action of Govoruor Hogg has
"created a scare in Louisiana," and
its Now Orloans contemporary, Tho
States, takes it to task for tho very
obvious inconsistency botweon tho
two articles. In tho socond article
tho Times-Democrat urges tho plant
ers of Louisiana and other sugar
producing States to bostir thom
solvos, if thoy are to savo thomsolvos
from tho offocts of Gov. Hogg's argu
ments and tho almost cortaiu repeal
of tho bounty by noxt Congress. To
this oud it advocates that tho plant
ers go into tho courts with tho plea
that tho bounty is a contract obliga
tion toward thom on tho part of tho
Federal Government. This is a
strange position for a journal to
tako immediately after having un
qualifiedly adopted all tho reason
ings of tho Governor of Toxas against
tho bounty as a mattor of lofty
principle. It is one of those things
no follow can understand and, com
ing from tho quarter it does, makes
tho fate of tho sugar bounty at next
Congress a mystery more impenetra
ble at present thau that which
shrouds tho American polio regard
ing tho Hawaiian question.
Triesto and Hawaii.
While tho annexation of a foreign
land peopled by 90,000 persons, of
different race, color and customs
from our own, is under discussion, it
is well to look at the contemporane
ous experience of other pooplos
which have boon annexed against
their will. Recent dispatches from
Triesto, tho Italo-Austrian city, tho
head of tho province wrestod from
Italy many years ago by Austria,
give an example of the slondor
thread which unites tho conqueror
to tho conquered. Since tho annex
ation that despotic country has loft
nothing undone which would harass
or humiliate tho inhabitants of the
unfortunate province. Every effort
that unscrupulous power could exert
has been put forth to crush out tho
Italian characteristics of the popu
lation. Of course tho effect has been
to bind tho unwilling subjects moro
firmly together in their hatred of
Austria and their love for Italy and
Tho twenty-fifth anniversary of
the marriage of tho king and queen
of Ital was tho occasion for an
other brutal exorcise of power ou
tho part of Austria toward unhappy
Trieste. While tho emperor went
through tho empty form of sending
his hypocritical congratulations to
the quirinnl, all festivities or celebra
tions of tho ovont at Trieste wore
put down with brutal methods.
Again, when it was announced that
Verdi's "Falstaff" was to bo produc
ed at tho Trieste opera houso, tho
Austrian govorument forbade tho
performance, for fear of tho effect of
enthusiasm arisiug from the perfor
mance of tho groat Italian's opera.
Such repression as this will havo its
reward, for when tho breakup of the
Austrian ompire takes place, as it
soon must, tho first to strike for free
dom from Hapsburg rule will bo tho
inhabitants of Triesto and tho sur
Tho analogy between Trieste and
the projected annexation of the
Sandwich islands may bo slight, but
the act of annexing the lattor at the
behest of a handful of white resi
dents is as groat a wrong as if we
absorbed the islands as a spoil of
war. Omaha World- Ierald.
Col. Spalding Loses a Suit.
Judge Sanderson rendered a deci
sion yesterday giving judgment for
the defendant in tho suit of Z. S.
Spalding against George E. Dow.
Tho action was to recover .?10,245.72
damages for alleged broach of a
written warrauty given by tho defen
dant on payment of a certain Dow
duplex air pump. Tho pump was
manufactured for use on Spalding's
sugar plantation in Hawaii. Dow
some time after tho delivory of tho
pump gave a guarantee that it was
as good as a cortaiu other make of
pump. This was done because
Spalding refused to pay a balance
duo on tho purchase price. Judge
Sanderson now holds that such a
guarantee jivon after salo and deli
very and without consideration can
not be made a basis of a suit for
damages growing out of any defect
in tho article sold. Tho guarantee
must be secured oithor boforo or at
tho time of tho sale.
Tho attorney for Dow was Colon
el C. E. K. Royco, tho defaulting
troasuror of tho Veteran's Homo
Association, who, within au hour
after the filling of tho decision iu
his favor, was indicted by tho Grand
Jury on throe charges of ombuzzlo
mont. S, F. Chronivle,
Of Course You Read
The testimonials frequently pub
lished iu (his paper relating to
Hood's Sursajiarilla. Thoy are from
reliable people, Mate simple facts,
and show beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you try
this inodiuinu? lie sum to get
Constipation, mid all troubles witli
the digestive organs ami the liver,
aro cured by J food's rills. Un
equalled as n dinner pill,
Dischargo of Guardians Bankruptcy
and EJoctmont Casos.
In tho mattor of tho ostnto of
Charles A. Long, Judgo Whiting
approved tho accounts of F. A.
Soliaofor, guardian of tho fivo minors
since Jan. 1, 1881, and confirmed tho
tho master's ronort on tho samo.
Two of tho wants, namely, Giovanni
A. Long and Catherine A. Long,
have attained tho agos of legal
majority, and tho court discharged
guardian from further responsibility
as to thorn. Tho shares settled to
said wards amount to over $11,000 in
government bonds and other securi
ties. Thoro is also certain roalty be
longing to the estate situate in ra
lolo and Alauoa, and town lots in
Honolulu. Tho guardian appeared
In tho mntlor of tho ostato of
Joseph Morris, boforo tho same
Judgo, tho account of Father Loouor
Fouosnol sinco Jan. 1, 1885, was ap
proved and ho discharged from
furtlior responsibility in tho mattor.
There aro four wards iu this mattor
and each woro paid tho sum of $82.50
in settlement of tho guardian's ac
count. Guardian in porson.
Fivo creditors of D. M. Crowloy,
bankrupt, proved plairas amounting
to $103.38, and L. J. Levey was ap
pointed assignee under $250 bond,
boforo Judgo Cooper.
Julia Spoonor Rice and William
Boardthau Rico, hor husband, havo
entered a suit of ejectment agaiuBt
Jonathan Spoonor, for a lot of laud
at Kalihi containing 11.183 auros.
" We are six in fam-
A Farmer at ily. We live in a
j -T- place where we are
Edom'Texa9' subject to violent
Says: Colds aud Lung
Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in tho
Chest aud Lungs, and spitting-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in my
time, hut let me say to anyone want
ing such a medicine German Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief and is
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with Lung Troublesia
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families there
your German Syrup
is used we have no
trouble with the
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine for this
G. G. GRER N. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
NE SECOND-HANI) SAFE; AS GOOD
now. Apply under "ll," tins
GERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO DO
xjL General Housework. Apiil
(IE KM AN CON
CHEQUE NO. -Till OF .T. W. COLVILLE
on Uishop .t Co. for if 10.40 lias heen
lost. All pcrMins are hereby
against negotiating same.
A COMPETENT PERSON AS OVER
beer on u Hugur Eitnto. There are
possibilities of promotion for the right
man. References required, Applv to
0. HREWER .t CO.,L'ij).
Honolulu, June 13, 18!U. 753-lw
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Having Changed Hands are now Prepared
ICE CREAM of the Best Quality,
SHERBETS or the Best Quality.
Ice Cream Soda and Soda Water
And a Choice Assortment of
FRENCH AND PLAIN MIXED CANDIES
SCIIVKD TO OIIUEIt.
rpHH UNDERSIGNED HABTHIS DAY
JL disposed of his Express Business to
Mr. D. MeCorriston. Thanking tlio public
for their liberal patronage I would solicit
a continuance of the same to Mr. Me
Corrislou. M. N. SANDERS.
"ITAVING PURCHASED BANDERS'
JLJL ivxpress Uumiioss l am now pre-
ptirco iu atiuuu to an u
ablu Rutes. Mr. Cooper
Cartai:o at Reason-
will cuntiuuu iu
iu y employ, uuice us
street. I). McCORRlBTON.
Honolulu, May, 30, lh!M. "lO-Uw
PIANO TUNING !
PROF. S. MACAULEY HAS JJEEN
thirty years in these Islands, Tuning
aud Repairing Piiinofortes mid Organs.
Ho has been engaged by, and given per
fect Mitisfitrtioii to. every great musical
artlbt who 1ms porormed here iu that pe
riod, He Is piepared to do Tuning and
Repairing to-day, at Rkami.naiiu: I'uicikh,
as well as over, and respectfully solicits the
natruimuo of this comiuunitv.
Y . - . . - . .. .
i.eavo orucrs at inu r.irmtiire ami
uiusio fitoro of 11. 11. Williams, thu inusiu
store of thu Hawaiian News Co., or at bis
own residence, next door to Itrillsh Club.
rpJIKKOHOONKR 'NORMA,' JSfif.
J. fill Tons Ruulkteri mibstau- Vtt-Sl'7
tially built of O.ik aud Cedar; .
topper ami copper r listened,
Fur niii'tt and iiaitlcului'ri iiiinlv
TJA It TH KO. 11. DA VI KB to CO.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
CREDIT SALE !
I havo been instructed by Messrs. 11,
HACKFKLD & CO. to hold a
Large Credit Salo
AT THEIR STORE
In Honolulu on
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,
JUNE 17th, 10th and 20th,
Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. Each Day,
When I will offer their Largo Stock of
Now Goods, comprising
, PRINTS, FLANNELS,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
Hardware, Liquors, Etc.
AU Goods offered will bo sold and
Largo Invoices must bo closed out at any
TERMS Liberal Terms to the Trade.
Tho undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
FOR THE CELEBRATED
FROM THE WORKS OP
Burham, "Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for these Engines,
of any size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which havo recently been
received at those Islands, and we will have
pleasure iu furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
here but is acknowledged throughout the
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
HOUSE TO LET ON
Fort street, next to
the School Hoube. Ad
dress "1 O. Box 314."
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
258 King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
lor, DiniiiL'-room. Kitchen and Bathroom:
Stable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars und terms, apply to
700-tf ABR. FERNANDEZ.
Honse containing Par-
lor, Smoking Room, Two
Lareo Bedrooms. Dinlnu-
room and Kitchen, Verandas and
Woodroom. Bathroom and Patent W. C.
Beautiful largo Grounds, containing Or
namental, Bhutto and Fruit Trees, Flowers
and Largo Grapu Arbor, Outbuilding con
tains Washroom, Servant's Room, Tool
room, Chicken House and Yard, and Large
Carriage House with all improvements.
In fact the pluco must be seen to he appre
ciated. To a permanent quiet family a
bargain will be made seldom offered. Will
rent with or without Carriage House.
House Furnished or Unfurnished. One
milo from Post Olllco; one block from
Beretauia street oars. Also, a New 5-rooiu
Cottago witli all modern Improvements at
low rout. Healthiest part of the town; no
oau smews, or stagnant water,
TXriLLIAM FOSTER WILL ACT FOR
y T me iu all
matters of business until
under full power of attnr-
Honolulu, Juno 13, 181)3.
REFERRING TO THE ABOVE, 1
hereby give notice to all persons hav
ing business with Albert Jaeger to trans
act the same with mo personally, at Ills
olllco ou Kauhiiiuauu street.
Honolulu, Juno ill, IbUl. 7ftMw
All kinds oj Commerviul Printing
promptly wauled ut low rates ut the
JL HUti El
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'O
Saturday, June 10, 189S.
A year ago the attention of
a great many people here was
riveted on two tilings: the
formation of a cabinet and the
Maui mule. This year events
have so shaped themselves
that there is no necessity for
the friends of the present
ministers to give luaus or lie
awake nights to devise means
of persuading the 25th man to
vote their way, or of the sport
ing fraternity running in a
"dark horse" to beat a mule.
And the attention of the people,
where is it?
We imagine from the way
our business has kept up dur
ing the dark days of '93 that
we have had some of it. We
imagine that the Hendry
Breaker has drawn the atten
tion of the plantation man to
an implement that has saved
him more time, more money
and vexation than he ever
dreamed of, The certificates
we have, from time to time,
published as to the superiority
of this plow have attracted
notice from people who plow
now or who may some day
give up politics and go back
to tilling the soil. Nor has
the Fischer Steel Range been
overlooked by people who en
joy food properly cooked. It
is probable that some of the
best lunches given by the lady
friends of the Masonic fratern
ity were prepared on a Fisch
er Range, we say "probable"
because the sale of this article
has been such during the past
two years that nearly every
one is the happy owner of a
Fischer, and we mention the
Masonic lunch because the
four or five days when the
lunch was given were just so
many days of good feeling for
the business men who patron
ised the affair, it was a change,
so to speak in the regular or
ders of things; one gentleman
remarked that he was "having
Sunday dinners every day
without the thought of "hash"
for the next."
The rat season appears to
be on again and people are
looking around for a way to
get rid of the pests. We can
prescribe no better remedy
than the French Trap. We
sold one on Thursday to a store
keeper and the next day he
telephoned us that he had
caught eight the first time.
There is no better or cheap
er trap than this because it re
quires no setting, it is ready
at all times and it catches the
rats alive and provides amuse
ment for your terriers.
Rather more than the usual
methods are being adopted by
the Board of Health to keep
smallpox from our midst, the
Board might go a step farther
and investigate the stench that
exists on the lower part of
Fort street near the lumber
piles, whether it is a broken
sewer pipe or a hidden duck
pond deponent saith not but
the smell is great. Perhaps
the cheapest way to remedy
the evil is to put in two or
three Ozonators. It is for
such purposes this little con
trivance was invented; it may
be used in the sick room or
closets with beneficial results
as it effectually kills the germs
of disease that lurk in the air.
They are of a rather serious
nature but the germs and ba
cilli that mingle with your
drinking water are infinitely
more dangerous, they are taken
into the stomach, the seat of
nearly all ailments, the object,
then of every one should be to
keep them out of that import
ant organ. The best means
so far discovered is by using a
filter. When we say filter we do
not mean one-half the things
that people inveigle you into
buying as filters but an Im
proved National Stone Filter
without any charcoal or other
mixtures that collect and re
tain the dirt. These that we
have, and they are without ex
ception the best filter ever
shown here are made simply
of a porous stone that collects
all the dirt and disease germs
as the water passes through
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hpruekels' Block,
FOR SALE BY
523 Fort Street, -
Corner Fort Ss
I beg to inform tho Ladies tlint I have received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPKNWOltK SOCKS IN BALUKIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWORK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST HLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
ss- Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, a
WHKHE a HEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL I5E OFFERED.
Prices a.s .A.aVvrtiseca. in. my "Windows !
I am ollerinu Extra Inducements in that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
Manifacturers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APL1QUE & NOTTINGHAM.
KTe-w Designs 1 "Very Choice Patterns I
g Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "j3&
Ciartaixi IMIeiterleils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
. Ji x3Z
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Ill i lHI
THIS "WEEK !
323 Cases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Casos Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
- - Honolulu, H. I.
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