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School Houso and Tetiohor'a Oottago
for Kilauoa, Kauai.
Tenders will be received at tho OMco of
the Board of Education until WEDNES
DAY, tho 21st of Juno next, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the, construction, including ma
terial, painting, freight, etc., of n School
Houso 20x48x12 feot, clear, and a Cottage
30 x 12 x 12 feet, with veranda, and veranda
rooms, at tho placo above named.
Cartago of tho material from tho Kllnitca
landing to tho school site, will bo freo to
I'lans and specifications for tho work can
be scon at tho Ofllce of the Board of Educa
tion, and at Mr. Q. It. Ewart's, lCUaueu,
These buildings will bo similar to thoso
recently oreotcd by tho Board of Education
at Hanamanlu, Kauai.
Tho Board does not bind Hsolf to accept
tho lowest or any tender.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Ofllce of tho Board of Education, May 31,
1893. 741 t-23 3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1893.
Minister Thurston has boon protty
squarely told by President Cleve
land that annexation cannot bo ac
complished unless it is found in
conformity with American national
policy, and according to tho will of
the people of tho Hawaiian Islands.
A report from "Washington, that
the Government refuses to allow tho
report of the Albatross survey of
tho Hawaiian cable route to bo pub
lished, is commented on with sur
prise by the San Francisco Call. It
fears tho decision will delay tho lay
ing of a cable.
No stronger answer to the howl
ing of the organ-grinders against
Mr. Nordhoff could bo required
than the fact that a resolution to
condemn him failed to find a second
er in the P. G. Councils. As if to
emphasize the snub to tho mover,
one of the Councillors in open ses
sion declared a statement, singled
out as false by tho mover, to bo
probably true. Mr. Nordhoff should
have the abortive resolution framed.
It is a strong testimonial to tho
value of the work he has done in
"Why not toll the truth about the
atrocibuB scandals connected with
the management of tho Custom
House scandals of which there havo
yet been but a glimpse?" The fore
going is from a late issue of tho
Star. That paper should havo re
vealed the glimpse of a scandal in
tho Custom Houso first, leaving tho
question of atrocitj' for moro leisure
discussion. Tho truth is tho Provi
sional Government discovered no
scandal in the Customs, anything to
tho contrary being deliberate fabri
cations. An administrative scandal
hero and there, however, would not
if discovered condemn tho monarch
ical system as such. If tho resident
of theso islands at any time in Liliu
okalani's reign had wanted to learn
of scandals, he would havo had to
load news .from other countries
not particularly monarchies either.
"What a miserable showing tho revo
lutionary organs aro making in their
desperate efforts to discover pre
texts for inaugurating an era of rule
Iby violence 1
Thoso Annexation Rolls.
The excuse given to Commissioner
Blount for not delivering a copy of
the much-vaunted annexation rolls
is certainly a very lame one. If tho
authoiities had thought that the
copy would havo served their inter
ests or those of annexation, it would
havo boon easy to got ten men at
work in one day ovon Sunday and
many royalists would have been
found willing to., offer their services
gratuitously, only for tho purpose
of getting a peep at thoso sacred
lists, and see what thoy are like any
how. But this was not tho real
reason of the refusal. The true ono
is that a copy of tho names would
prove what tho list is worth, by meio
comparison with tho groat Electoral
Register, and this is a point tho at
tention of Commissioner Blount
ought to bo called to. Leaving asido
all tho minor deficiencies of tho list,
such as names of men non-voters
or already gone or dead, of children
not of voting ago, otc, otc, ono of
tho glaring aspects of tho roll would
probably bo that multitudes of sig
natures are not signatures at all, but
Out of tho boasted GOOO names,
nearly 8000 aro Portuguese, not ton
percent of which can either read or
writo. Tho Portuguese being moro
ignorant and moro easily led than
either tho Chinese or Jnpanoso, thoy
havo vory readily been induced to
Bign on tho roll, by inoroly being
told that if thoy did not sign they
could not expect any moro work,
oithor publio or private; aud it is
whispered that many havo ovon
shown thoir' dooility by ropoatiug
their crossos under different ficti
tious namos. This may bo oxaggor
atod, but any ono who knows the
Portuguese will not doubt that thoro
is no harm in that. Only heroin
town, thoro are over a thousand of
such illitornto adhurontB of annexa
tion (many of whom havo not tho
right to vote, for not having regis
tered in 1887) and who could not
take part in a plebiscite, or who, in
caso of .annexation, would not ovon
obtain the right of voto, first on ac
count of this illiteracy, socond for
tho roason of not being Hawaiian
subjects at all, but still subjects of
D. Carlos of Portugal, whoreby it
would roquiro thorn to havo five
more years rosidouco boforo acquir
ing any rights to American citizon
ship. These fow romarks will suffice
to show what tho moral worth of
tho annexation roll is, bo it 6000 as
boasted, or 20,000. Taking away
from it tho illiterate Portuguese, tho
duplicates, tho children, tho absent,
tho non-taxpayors, and late arrivals
who have not tho constitutional time
of rosidouco, tho incapacitated for
various legal. reasons, otc, it would
bo roally curious to soo how many of
tho GOOO would romaiu, who aro real
ly voters, and whoso names are legal
ly inscribed on tho Great Register.
If theso arguments are iucorroct,
and annexation can realty count, not
GOOO, but a decent amount of real
taxpavors or votors, tho best answer
would, bo tho publication of tho
whole list. That would soltlo deci
sively tho annexation hubbub in tho
minds of Minister Blount and tho
Amorican people But wo defy tho
Annexation Club to give such a proof
of their real standing; and their re
fusal will bo tho best and most doci
sivo condomuation of .thoir causo,
and of its alleged popularity, prop
pod up by ignorance, whilst every
man on the royalist rolls can road
and writo. Statistics.
Tho Pilots A pain.
I think that tho pilots of this port
dosorvo tho strongest sort of rebuke
or condemnation, if thoy continue
to refuse to take out our large mail
steamers after dark. It is to bo pre
sumed Capt. Soabury of tho China
knows how to handle his steamer,
and when asking tho pilot to take
him out at night was, as a steamship
commander of long experience, well
able to judgo whether any risk
would attend the taking out of tho
steamer with a straight course
ahead of hor, from the wharf to tho
mouth of tho entrance. If ho had
tho least doubt in his mind, is it
likely ho would havo mado such a
request of tho pilot?
The interests of commerce at this
port demand that our pilots should
do tho work reasonably required of
fthom or resign. Aro tho taxpayers
to bo told, aftor all tho money that
has been spent in deepening our bar,
channel and harbor, that our bar
and entrance are dangerous to cross
at night, and that our pilots refuse
to take out mail steamers aftor
nightfall? A nice fact to publish to
the world, after our $150,000 outlay
on bar and harbor improvements!
Bah! lot our old women pil5ts re
sign. A naval lieutenant was hoard
to say last night, that ho would risk
$5000 on his ability to take tho
China out aftor dark, without the
loast mishap. Enterprise.
THE CLATJDINE DEPARTS.
She Carries an Unusually Largo
List of Passengers.
The departure of tho S. S. Clau
diuo this afternoon on tho Kiuau's
route was a lively occasion, an un
usually largo number of pooplo be
ing present at tho wharf. The cen
ter of attraction woro Count and
Countess Constantino Popoff, Lord
Vallotort and Hon. W. Lascelles,
who arrived by the S. S. China yes
tordaj from tho Orient. The nota
bles aro going to pay a visit to Ha
waii's wonder Madame Polo. A
number of the passongers wore
students from Oahti College, somo
going homo for tho vacation and
others for good. Thoro wore also
clergymen returning to their parishes
after attending tho annual conven
tion of tho Evangelical Association
in Honolulu. Mr. W. It. Castle, Mrs.
Castle and three children aro gone
on a visit to Hilo.
Tho steamer Kinau will go on tho
Marino Railway to-morrow to bo
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street,
above Hotol. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Dr. Geo. h7 HiiddyTD. D. S., has
removed his office from Xing street
to Berotania street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, lias returned from Kauai and
may bo found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Ma uayH it is naughty to kiss,
Quito wrong in un innocent miss
To harbor u sweetheart or lover;
To dream of ultar and ring,
Or jmckugos inushers may bring
From the shop of a twelve-button glovor.
Yet I'll venture to say my mamma,
When council by dearest papa,
Near tho back-garden gate Ubcd to hover;
So why shouldn't 1 in my turn,
Love's los.-ous of happiness learn,
And Cupid's devices discover?
Trusts and Combinations
Are unpopular. But there is ono
form of trust agaiiist which no one
has anything to say. That is tho
trust which tho public reposes in
Hood's Sarsapurilla, and the bust of
it is the trust is fully juslifiod by
the merit of tho medicine. For, re
member, Hood's Sarsapnrilla Cures.
Hood's Pills aro purely vogotablo,
and do not purgo, pain or gripe,
Sold by all druggists.
rpHE SCHOONER 'NORMA,'
JL 63 Tons JtcuUtor, nubstuii
tlully built of Oak aud Cedar;
Copper ami Copnor J'u&loiH'U
Vur price and particulars upply
HAWAHANS MUST BE HEARD.
ProBldont Olovoland Gives Plain Talk
to Minister Thurston.
Tho following is a Washington
despatch of Juno 9. In tho San
Francisco Call it is hoadod:
"ANNEXATION DON'T GO.
RESIDENT CLEVELAND MAKES THAT MUCU
"This afternoon Seorotary Gros
ham prosonted to tho Prosidout tho
now Hawaiian Minister, Lorrin A.
Thurston. Tho Presidont, replying
to Thurston's addross, said in part:
'I bog to nssuro you that our pooplo
and Govornmeut aro at all times
willing and anxious to strengthen
and multiply tho ties of friendship
which bind us to tho pooplo of Ha
waii. To this end no oiTort on our
part Bhall bo noglocted which is con
sistent with our traditional national
policy and which is not violative of
TI1AT DEVOTION TO TOPULAIi IUGnTS
WHICH UNDEIILIE3 EVERY AjIEIUOAN CON
CEPTION OF THEE GOVERNMENT.' "
LATEST ITEMS OF NEWS.
Several Days Lator Than Stoamor
by tho Barkentino Hilo.
By the barkentino Hilo, arrived
from San Francisco to-day, tho fol
lowincr items as lato as Juno 10 aro
gained. More important intolligonco
by tho samo vessel is given under
spocial hoadings elsewhere:
At the international regatta at
Austin, Texas, tho double scull race
was won by Gaudaur aud Hosmer,
who had it their own way from tho
beginning, against Alex. McLean of
Australia and Ton Eyck of Massa
chusetts, and Hanlan aud Toomer.
Tho victory was by two longths ovor
Hanlan aud Teenier in 18:3$.
G. P. Mills, amateur tricycle rider,
England, lias brokon tho bicylo and
tricycle record by doing 700 miles in
3 days 16 hours.
Lieut. Wm. P. Ray, U. S. N., com
mandor of tho coast survey stoamor
McArthur, committed suicide at the
Mare Island hospital by cutting his
throat. Ho was a native of Indiana,
GG years of age, aud was lately di
vorced from his wife.
Tho Southern Pacific is replacing
Chinese and white laborers with
Mexicans, it is alleged in violation
of tho contract labor law.
A fow small bank failures aro re
ported throughout tho United States.
Radicals urge Gladstone to take
summary measures to expedite the
homo rule bill through committee.
Sir Charles Russell is still plead
ing Britain's case before the Behring
Thos. Sexton, anti-Parnellite M.
P., has rosignod on account of dis
sonsions regarding tho Freoman's
There is a row already in tho now
Cabinet of Argentina.
Indians havo started a revolution
James Gordon Bennett fell from a
coacli in Paris and was hurt but not
Richard Davis, sentenced to bo
shot at Proovo, Utah, for wife mur
der, has been grautod a respite to
allow his case to come before the
United States Supremo Court in Oc
tober. The entire 12,000,000 subscrip
tions to tho Northern Pacific col
lateral trust notes havo been mado
up by a syndicate.
Tho trial of Lizzie Borden is still
on at Now Bodford, Mass. It is
largely attended by women.
"Rev." A. R. Roams, who eloped
from Morcod, Cal., with his protty
organist, Lucy Ruckor, deserting a
wife and four children and taking a
son of 13 along, has been captured
at Victoria, B. C.
Princess Eulalia of Spain sur
prised people by dispensing with a
military escort, and going to see tho
Fair "just like tho Americans do."
Tho Catholic Temperance Con
gross at tho World's Fair resolved,
aftor a hot discussion, to havo tem
perance instruction in Catholic
A midwinter Fair in Golden Gate
Park, San Francisco, is being urged
by R. Comely, who conducted tho
Exposition of Bremen in 1890.
largo, North Dakota, was burned
to tho extent of 58,500,000 on Juno
8. Insurance is 1,200,000. An ap
peal is mado to Americans for help
for hundreds of distressed pooplo.
A mootinc of business men favorablv
considered a resolution to build no
moro business blocks unloss prohibi
tion be abolished.
Secretary Hoko Smith will mako
au oxtensivo summer trip through
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill,
but that is all it will cost you to
euro any ordiuary caso of rhoutna
tism if .you use Chamborlaiii's Pain
Balm. Try it and you will bo sur
prised at tho prompt relief it affords.
The first application will quiot tho
pain. 50 cent bottles for sale bj' all
doalors, Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
By Lowis J. Levey.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IB HEKBBY GIVEN THAT,
In pursuance of a J'ower of Salo con
tained in a certain inortK'i;o executed
November 'Z, 18'U, by Kaukawaaolo (w.)
to Asal (Ch.) and recorded in Liber ,
Pago , the Bald mortgagee Intends to
forcclo!e tho suld mortgage for condition
broken, to wit: the nuu-payiueut of the
sums fcecured thereby when due. Aud no
tice is hereby further given that upon such
foreclosure (and unless, said mortgago shall
have been nooner paid) all and singular
the lands, tenements aud hereditaments in
said mortgage contained and described
will be sold at I'ublle Auction at tho auc
tion room of Lewis J. Lovev, on Queen
Street, In Honolulu on SATURDAY, tho
1st day of July, lB'JJ, at 12 o'clock noon of
The property in said mortgage Is all tho
right, title und interest of Kaukawaaolo
(r.) In that laud situate at llonoinullno,
IConu, Hawaii, described 111 lloyal l'ntoiit
No. (1583, Kuliaim No. 10UJ0, containing
U &V.1U) acres.
l- For further particulars apply to A.
1. Peterson, attorney for mortgagee,
Honolulu, 11, 1., June 7. 1W, Wit
This is the query per
What Is pctually on your littlo
boy's lips. And he is
It For? no worse than the big
, ger, older, balder-head
ed boys. Life is an interrogation
point. "What is it for?" we con
tinually cry from the cradle to tho
grave. So with this little introduc
tory sermon we turn and ask: "What
is August Flower for ?y As easily
answered as nsked : It is for Dys
pepsia. 'It is a special remedy fox
the Stomach and Liver. Nothing
more than this ; but this brimful.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the country and
sells every where. Why is this? Tho
reason is as simple as a child's
thought. It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
cures Dyspepsia. O
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
On Thursday, June 22d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At Store of H. HacMeld & Co.
THE LARGE CREDIT BALE WILL
WILL BE BOLD-
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
Jas. DF IMIorgari,
Warehouse and Lease
Valuable City Front Property
On SATURDAY, June 24,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
The undersigned has been instructed to
sell at Auction, at his Salesroom, on Sat
urday next at noon, tho Valuable Lease
with the Commodious Warehouse Build
ings thereon) of that block of land situated
between tho stores of Hyman Bros, and L.
B. Kerr, having a depth of 100 feet and a
frontage on Queen street of 01 feot, con
taining in all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
This Valuable Property being on the City
Front, is one of the most central and con
venient places in tho city for the use of
firms requiring storage. Too entire ground
is covered with au Iron Hoofed Warehouse,
with Fireproof Wall In tho rear, and can
bo used for storing merchandise of all
kinds; a largo Flour Koom, zinc lined, has
been constructed in ono end of the Ware
house. W The Lease has 10W years to run, at'
a quarterly rental, payable to tho Govern
ment, of $02.60.
Jas. F. Morgan,
ONE SECOND-HAND SAFE; AS GOOD
us now. Apply under "H," this
CHEQUE NO. 450 OF J. W. COLVILLE
on Bishop & Co. for $120.40 has been
lost. All persons aro hereby cautioned
against negotiating same. 752-lw
A COMPETENT PERSON AS OVEU
seer on a Sugar Estate. There aro
possibilities of promotion for tho right
man. References required. Apply to
C. BREWER JfeCOi, (Lu).
Honolulu, Juno 15, 1BUJ. 753-lw
DURING DR. MONSARRAT'S AB
sence on Hawaii, Dr. B. Sehneider
will have chargo of his Infirmary. Tele
phones: Bell (JO, Mutual 183. Orders left
at Club Stables will receive prompt atten
I SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
from this duto for any debt or debts
that may bo contracted by my wife, Kato
Marlon Thomas, without my written order,
K. B. THOMAS.
Honolulu, June 0, 1893. 715-tf
I CAN BE OF ANY SERVICE TO
japs auu i-uying ripe, noiuenng Tinware,
Setting Glass. Repairing Furniture or
Mending (iarden Hose, etc., etc., lileuue
ring up .Mutual Telephone No. 152 before
U a. m. or hetweon 12 aud 1:!J0 1-. u.
7M-U N, F. lWUUKBH,
ou in tlie wuv of Sliarnonini! He Users.
Carving Knives, Lawn .Mowers. Filing
Haws, Repairing Sprinklers ami Water
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'a
Saturday, Juno 17, 1893.
The curbstone ordinance
now being enforced means
hardship to the property ow
ners and activity in bolts and
lumber by the merchants who
deal in those articles. It's a
hardship only on owners who
declined to have the curbs set
when the road board force was
doing the work and to those
whose property was not on the
line of past improvements.
People have the choice of three
lumber dealers and the price
of material is the same, but
with Bolts, and you'll need a
lot of them, we have the stock,
and prices are in conformity
with tne times. If the super
visor calls on you to put a
curbing in front of your pro
perty come to us for your bolts,
and you will want to paint the
lumber with Carbolineum, so
you'd better get that here at
the same time.
The Crank Lantern adver
tised by us a week ago seems
to have caught the idea of the
people who like to handle a
lantern without risk of burn
ing their fingers. This article
seems to fill a long felt want
and the demand for it seems
to be growing daily. We have
them in copper as well as tin.
Three Fischer Steel Ranges
went last week into the homes
of people who enjoy good cook
ing but who couldn't get it out
of the old stove. The fact
that the material of which
these ranges are made is just
twice the thickness that the
first lot was made of puts them
in the top rank of the stove
maker's achievements. The
only fault ever found with this
range was in the thickness of
the steel; now that this has
been remedied the Fischer
Range is pronounced the only
perfect one on the market.
The hot water coils being in
the fire box it takes but a few
minutes of the plumber's time
to make connection so that
you may have hot water in the
bath and kitchen.
The demands upon us for
Wire by plantation men has
been so great lately that by
the time the steamer reached
here we were short of it. With
what we received on the
"Australia" we can supply any
ordinary demand and our
arrangement with the manu
facturers in the United States
and Europe puts us in a posi
tion to practically control the
wire trade in this market. We
have also added largely to our
stock of Barbed Wire and can
fill orders to any quantity.
If you contemplate improv
ing your property by the addi
tion of a little paint we would
be pleased to contribute to
your bank account by selling
you Paints, we mean, by, this
that by purchasing from us
you save money and every
thing saved should go into the
bank. We can also supply
you with the necessary Oils,
Varnishes and Brushes to fin
ish the job.
Everyone knows how we
stand on the plow question;
they know that such a good
plow as the Hendry Breaker
has never been introduced on
these islands. We told you
last week that it is being used
on twenty-one differentplanta
tions on the islands, since then
another one has come into the
fold. We have also a small
Double Furrow Plow that is
gradually growing in favor
with plantation managers.
Our Rice Plows are unexcelled.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0HoIto Sprockets' Block,
TEMPLE OF FAS
Corner Port So Hotel streets,
TWO GREAfSPECIALTIES !
I beg to Inform tho Ladles that I havo received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated ,
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
'For Ladtci, Gentlemen, Misses and Children In Silk, Llslo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OFENWQRK SOCKS IN BALURIGAN
' INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CAHL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
e?- Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, n
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
IPrices as .A-dvertiseci in ixiy "Wiziclo'ws !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oflenng Extra Inducements In that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
3arL-u.fa-ot-u.rrs' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
.New Designs I "Very Olioiae 3Pa,ttors I
B Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows &a
Oiartain. ZMZstteria-ls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
S. E H P. Ii I o :h , .
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
gm Cuslman's ".
FOR SALE BY
Sas Fort Street,
THIS WEEK !
323 Cases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Oases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Oases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
THEO. fi. DAIES & CO.
Honolulu, H. I.
. 58 Oases Ex S. S. "Gaelic.