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THE DAttY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Ettabliahed for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1893.
By its silonco in answer to our
ohnllongo of its voracity, tho Adver
tiser tacitly admits that it had no
foundation for its report' that ilr.
Nordhoil had boon recalled. No
doubt now romains that tho roport
was manufactured in tho Advertiser
Ouo of tho statomonts niado by
Mr. NordholT, which was most fur
iously doclarod falso by tho revolu
tionists, is that tho revolution was
tho result of a sugar conspiracy.
Theso pooplo declaro that tho over
throw of tho uiouarchy or annexa
tion was novor thought of until tho
Queen produced a now constitution.
How straugo it was thou that tho
Reform party at tho special election
on Oahu a few months boforo the
uprising was only deterred from put
tiug au annexation plank in its plat
form by tho threat of a loyal con
tingent to split oil if such was done?
Perhaps tho organs will deny this
There are reasons for bolioving
that tho "conspiracy," for which sov
o'ral mon have beon deprived of
liberty without bail, has no more
foundation in fact than tho Japan
ese scare of some mouths ago, which
was niado out of whole cloth by cor
respondents of foroign papers. Tho
Advertiser praises the Government
for restraining its heavy hand until
tho case against the alleged con
spirators had boon mado air, water
and firo proof. Yet when tho ac
cused appoar in Court the Attorney
General has not a jot or tittlo of
evidence to present against thotnl
It looks hugely liko a fishing excur
sion, as counsel for tho defense des
cribed it, or else a pure gamo of
bluff to scoro a trick abroad.
THE "BULLETIN" CORRECT.
An article appeared in the Star
Tuesday evening, headed "Another
Bulletin Lie Nailed," in which Cai)t.
Shopard, the pilot, is made to ap
pear as novor having refused to take
the steamer China out after dark,
and to bolster up this assortion a
letter from Capt. Soabury is quoted,
unsolicited, of course, by which Capt.
Shopard endeavors to shiold him
self. Tho following correspondence
sent in to us by tho person accused
of being our source of information
will make Capt. Shopard appear in
a very ridiculous and unenviable
light, when attempting to refute
the statements niado by tho Bulle
tin. To say tho loast, it is impossi
ble to understand how Capt. Shop
ard could have obtained such a lot
tor from Capt. Seabury, in face of
tho facts given in this correspond
ence with tho agents of tho China.
A peculiar fact in connoction with
tho captain's letter is that it was ob
tained before anything had beou
published on tho matter, tho Bulle
tin not having been issued until
after tho China had gono to sea.
Following is tho correspondence:
Juno 22, 1893.
Ed. Suhr, Esq., of Messrs. H. Hack
feld &, Co.
Bear Sir: Referring to the matter
at issue, in regard to proposed post
ponement of tho steamer China's
sailing time on Monday last, in jus
tice to mysolf, I bog to request your
reply to tho following questions:
Did not yourself and Capt. Soa
bury on Monday morning last, drive
from tho Hawaiian Hotel to tho
Pilot's Office, for the express pur
pose of inducing Capt. Shopard,
tho steamer pilot, to take the steam
er China out of port at 11 p. in.?
the delay in sailing at tho adver
tised time of 5 p. ni., being mado
with the view of allowing tho pas
sengers a full evening ashore to
enjoy a band concert at the Hotol.
Did not Capt. Soabury on his re
turn to your oilico state in presence
of tho pursor of the China and
yourself, that tho pilot had refused
to take tho vossol out aftor dark?
Did not Capt. Soabury in roply to
my suggestion, that his passoiigers
would have ample time to attend
tho concert before 10 o'clock, state
that ho was willing to allow them
till 11 o'clock for return to tho
vessel stipulating, howovor, that
postponement of sailing was subject
to the approval of tho pilot.
An early reply in tho aflirinativo
or nogativo will much oblige.
G. W. Macfaiilane.
Honolulu, Juno 23, 1893.
G. W. Macfaklane, Esq.
Bear Sir, Having received your
lottor in regard to tho proposod
postponement of tho sailing of tho
steamer China, I horoby beg to state
in answer to your various questions,
that when meeting you at the Hotel,
Captain Soabury said to you, that if
going out after dark ho could go
out just as well at 11 o'clock as at 10
o'clock, but that he had to sou tho
Captain Soabury and myholf wont
to tho pilot's oilico and asked Cap
tain Shopard whuthor ho would take
tho China out after dark, which tho
samo, however, did not like to do,
Coming from tho pilot we met
you again and told you that tho
pilot would not tuko tho ttoamor
out after dark.
I beg, howovor, to stato that Cap
toiu Soabury did uol liko bimttulf to
tako his vossol out aftor dark, and
that ho was woll satisfied when Cap
tain Shopard was of tho samo
Will you allow mo a short spaco
to express publicly tho indignation
and disgust which all members of
tho Reform party in this district en
tertain against tho presont Roform
administration ovor tho manner in
which our friend, Mr. R. D. Wal
bridgo, has boon treated by thorn.
Mr. Walbridgo has boon tho leader
of the Reform party on Maui, and to
him falls tho credit of having had
that part yt so thoroughly organized
horo that it was possible for us to
bo victorious at tho elections in
1890 and 1892. Ho had no dosiro of
taking a seat personally in tho Legis
lature, well knowing that his pro
longed absence from tho plantation
of which ho was manager would bo
injurious, but no submitted to tuo
strongest pressure from tho Reform
party's leaders in Honolulu and bo
lioved in their assurances that tlioy
would soo "that ho was all right."
Ho served them during tho two last
sessions as a Noble and tho party
could not boast of a staunchor and
inoro faithful supportor. Tho un
usual length of tho last session
necessitated Mr. Walbridgo's absence
from his private business to such an
extent as to intorforo with tho host
interests of his plantation, and ho
was asked to resign. Wo have since
been waiting to soo what our poli
tical friends now in power would do
for the Maui leader of the party and
thero was general satisfaction some
weeks ago when it was learned that
Mr. Walbridgo was to bo appointed
Cousul-Goueral instead of Mr. Frank
Pratt, linagino our disgust upon
learning that young Wilder had boon
appointed, and that tho claims of
the Maui Roform party had beon
ignored. If that is tho manner in
which the present administration
propose to carry out its party policy
it can rest assured that it needn't
depend on Maui when tho next elec
tion falls duo. Tho Maui Reform
party demands it as a right that the
services of Mr. Walbridgo bo recog
nized by tho present Government.
A failuro to do so will result in that
t his will bo tho last time that any
body on this island will subscribe
Wailuku, Maui, May 22, 1S93.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Fourth Suuday after Trinity. Holy
communion, (5:30 a. in.; holy com
munion, 11 a. in.; hymns 321 and
317; Hawaiian evensong, 3:30 p. m.;
evensong and sermon. 7:30 p. in.;
hymns 23(5, 217 and 2(5. '
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will bo as follows: 9:15 a.
m., morning prayor with sermon;
Venite, Longhurst in G; To Doum
and Jubilate, Sullivan in D; hymns
291 and 175; anthem, "Yo shall dwell
in the land," by Staiuor. 0:30 p. m.,
ovousong with sermon; Magnificat,
Elvey in A; Nunc Dimittis, Tours in
F; hymns 285 and 12; anthem,
''Turn thj' face from thy sins'," by
Sullivan. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh,
pastor. All aro cordially invited.
Sunday Sorvicos (5 and 7 a.m.,
Low Massos. English sormon at
tho 7 a. m. Mass, every Sunday
during the wholo year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, witli sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism, i p.m., in
winter season (Novembor to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. m. in summer season
(February to Novombor), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services (5 and 7 a. m.,
CENTRAL UNION CHURCn.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor, at 6:30 p. in. All aro cor
dially invited to these sorvicos.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
laui Hall, roar of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo hold Suuday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day " Adventist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Borotania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
tor Sabbath school. Bible reading
every Sunday ovoning. Everyone
T. M. C. A. HALL.
Sunda', 11 a. m., services in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. in., sorvicos in Barracks;
3:30 p. in., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
0:30 p. in., Gosplo Praise Sorvice in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. in.,
prayer meeting at Y. M. C. A.
Evangelistic sorvicos will bo con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
p. m. Evoryono welcome.
The FenBion Frauds.
At the Memorial Day oxoroises at
tho Art Institute in Chicago Gen.
Jolui C. Black, ox-United States
Commissioner, and Major William
Wamor of Kansas City, Past Grand
Coniiiiaudor of tho Grand Army of
tho Republic, roforrod to tho pon
siou question in their spoochos. Ma
jor Warner said that the mon who
wero tho friends of tho soldier and
who had enacted tho pension laws
could bo relied upon to deal iustly
witli tho pension matters, and that
it belonged to thu friends of the sol
dier and to uo one olso to remody the
evils which may huvo crept into the
Gen. Black, who sat upon tho
stand, grew uuuy whilo Major
Warner was talking, and wlion his
turn came to speak ho said:
"Thu pension rolls are polluted
with thu names of cowards, deserters,
and Impostors, and no true soldier
of J801 to 1805 would object to mea
sures calculated to remove tho dis
grace." Both speakers wuro applauded,
The Hon. J. V. Fennimore is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
nt Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is what he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" eral years in my family and for my
"own use, and 'found it does me
" more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" and then soon a general headache
' ' until I become sick and vomit.
" At times, too, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
" at the pit of the stomach, and
' ' sourness, when food seemed to rise
"up in my throat and mouth. When
' ' I feel this coming on if I take a
" little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great remedy for Dys
pepsia, &c." a
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, Xew Jersey, U. S. A.
A MEETING OF TIIK ST00KHOLD
VTi of the Wnianao Column v will be
bold on TUESDAY, .lane 7, 1SS, nt 10
o'clock a. m., nt tbu oilico of the under
pinned on Merchant street. Special busi
ness. C. O. HERGER,
Reach, a Furnished
Cottago with Cookhouse
accommodation. For par
ticulars iiiquire Uui.letix Office,
X. llorc, Mi-lit Tun
llnct'V. Hurling. Snif-
orc, AgM Till)
.11.. tfnlw... l!ft,.il...u .-.,..
Will 1,11 vi'ilil tnin.tlii.r fir LSi.
slugly. May lie seen Monday and Tuesday
forenoons iippo-ite C. Hustace'st grocery,
nt Pacific Coast Home Supply Co., No. ill
King s-trect. 7lil-2t
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN' EGAN ,t
(Sunn's and W. W. Irwin ,fc Co.'s, pos
sibly at wharf, a Small Black l'ur-.e con
taining nbout $ j.". Findor will be liberally
rewarded by leaving same with
7.S 3t W. K. CASTLE.
Check; xo aorwo, dated .unuary
!, 18').'!, in favor of O. S. Martin, drawn
on Bishop it Co.'s Dank. Payment lias
been stopped. The finder will please re
turn to 0. S. MARTIN,
nt I'alamn, near Reformatory School.
GENTLEMAN, DESIRING TO SET
tlo here, seeks suitable position 15
vears' commercial experience in Austra
lia Expert Accountant and Statistician;
"Well Educated, Good Literary Ability.
Small salary accepted if good prospects 6f
jiromotion. Address "0. '.."
7o!)-lt )CI.MilIN Oilico.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
FOR SALE HY
ALIEN & ROBINSON,
THE K. K. BATrJS
AT REIKI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
Are now open to the Public and will bo
carried on as a
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minutes from tho Gars.
W Intending visitors should leave the
ears first switch after passing tho Waikiki
Poultry Yards. TliO-Jin
July 4, 1893.
MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3,
.A.T S O'OLiOOK,
THE S. S. "LIKELIKE" ,
Will leave Honolulu MONDAY AFTER
NOON, July 3d, at fl o'clock.
Arriving at Kuhuhil EARLY TUESDAY
MORNING, July 1th.
Leaving Knhului TUESDAY NIGHT, July
Ith, will arrive at Honolulu WEDNEb
DAY MORNING, July mil.
Ticfcots for tho Round Trip:
Cabin, : : : : $7.00
Deck, : : : : : $3.00
Wll.DKR'H STEAMHIIU CO.
Honolulu, Juno ii'l, IhlKJ, "WMw
The Bully UullelhTl delivered by
currier fur 60 cmU pr numth.
iiii Hardware Co., II
1 Saturday, June SJf, 1S08.
Tliese continued lawn
brightening showers are hav
ing aidepresstng effect on the
windinill business. Every one
will remember when they re
collect it that February was
the banner month for rainfall
in the Kingdom even the
weather clerks notified it. The
rains have kept up until now,
many of the fish in the bay are
becoming' water-soaked and
we hear whispered around the
hotels that the milk is affected,
but there has not been rain
enough to supply plantations
for irrigating purposes. We
and the Aermotor look out
for that, our 12 and 16-foot
wheels and a triple acting
pump will do as well and for
less money than a steam en
gine. Have you ever thought
of it? How the Avind (it
doesn't have to be a strong
breeze or a gale as with other
mills) will supply the place of
coal or wood and give the
same results. Wind is cheap
in the Hawaiian Islands.
We are now prepared to
offer the stock man or planta
tion man generally a Locked
Wire Fence that is superior to
anything of the kind sold.
You can build it as rapidly as
an ordinary wire fence and
with fewer posts, consequently
less expense than" the other.
When completed the fence
will resist attacks of stock that
would break down any fence
constructed in the old way.
If for any reason it should need
repairing one man can do it at
a great saving of time. We
have samples, actual size, to
show persons who are inter
ested in fence building and
who contemplate improving
their properties. One pro
gressive man on the other
side of this island, erected the
first and since then we have
received orders for many miles
of it. Understand that it is
not a made-up arrangement,
we sell you the wires, the stays
and the locks. Your own men
put it up and you save in posts
and in time.
The last steamer brought us
a full supply of Garden Tools
in small sets suitable for ladies
who like to give their personal
attention to plants. They are
made for service and are re
diculously cheap. We have
sold a great many of these in
the past, and the demand for
them justifies the additional
supply we have just imported.
Neal's Carriage and Enamel
Paints go to you now cheaper
than ever before, but quite as
satisfactory. No paint in
the world stands the weather
or has as fine a finish as
Neal's, either for carriages or
iron fences. Thousands and
thousands of gallons have been
used here without a single
complaint. Our stock is un
usually large, having been in
creased by recent importa
tions. Some day as you pass the
store, suppose you glance in
the makai window at a Silver
Plated Fish Set of Knives and
Forks. The design is the lat
est and the material the best.
Should your stock of table
"arms and ammunition" be
short of this sort of thing it
will be impossible for you to
give a dinner to anyone in the
"swagger" set until you come
to us and get what we offer
The Fourth of July celebra
tion promises to be one of the
best ever held in the Hawaiian
Islands, the grounds being con
venient of access will be visited
by a larger crowd than usual.
The occasion will warrant it;
recent events have advertised
the United States among the
people of Hawaii, and there is
a growing desire in the hearts
of many residents to "boom
'er up." It is not long until
the day for celebrating arrives
and you will want to get your
lawns in good shape for strang
ers and others to feast their
eyes on. You cannot do much
without a Iwiiwn Mower and
ours is the best, If you .have
allowed your grass to grow
very long you will want one
especially built tor the purpose
and called the "High Grass
By Jus. F. Morgan.
Warehouse and Lease
Valuable City Front Property
On SATURDAY, July 15,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Tho undersigned has been Instructed to
soil nt Auction, nt his Salesroom, on Sat
urday next nt noon, tho Valuable Lenso
(with tho Commodious Wnrchouso Ilulld
ings thereon) of that block of land situated
between tho stores of Hynian Bros, nnd L.
11. Kerr, having a depth of 100 foot and u
frontage on Queen street of 01 feet, con
taining in all
5,35.0 SQUARE PEET.
This Valuable Property being on tho City
Front, is one of tho most central nnd con
venient places in thu cltv for tho uro of
llrniH requiring storage. Tliecntiro ground
is covered witli an Iron Hoofed Wnronoue,
with Fireproof Wall In tho renr, nnd can
bo used for storing merchandise of nil
kinds; a largo Flour ltoom, zinc lined, has
been constructed in one end of the Ware
house. tf Tho Lease has WU years to run, at
n quarterly rental, payablo to tho Govern
ment, of 02.50.
Jas, F. Morgan,
Salo of Itoal Estato by Administrator
,with tho Will Annexed.
UXDEU AND HY VIRTUE OF AX
order issued out of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Judicial Circuit of the Hawai
ian Islands, dated tho first dny of June,
1S03, upon tho petition of llrnco Cartwriglit,
administrator with tho will annexed of
F.liza W. Holt, deceased, for leave' to pro
ceed with the salo of the real estato herein
after described, nnd heretofore authorized
to bo sold upon the petition of Alexander
J. Cartwriglit, deceased, executor of the
last will nnd testament ol turn l-li.:i .
Holt, and dated tho llttli tlnv of .May, 18!U,
I am directeil by the saiil Bruce Cart
wright, administrator ns aforesaid, to oll'er
at public auction at my salesroom in Hono
lulu, on SATURDAY, tho 1st day of July,
li'JJ, at ll! si. of said day, all and singular
the following described piccus or parcels of
1. All that piece or parcel of land sitn
ato at Kapuukolo in Honolulu, containing
l.IKi of an aero, and described in Royal
Patent WSU, I,. C. A. 10:S!I, leased to J. F.
Colburn for $'2Q pur annum.
'2. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate at Kalawaliine in .said Honolulu, and
known ns the lloiron premises and the
same as described in Jloval Patent 1107, L.
C. A. 1037.
3. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate on Fort street, in said Honolulu, and
occupied by J. J. Carden as a family resi
dence, leave expiring in May, 1B01, yearly
1. All that pieco or parcel of land situ
ate on Fort Street, in jaid Honolulu, and
formerly occupied by A. W. Clark as a
0. "All thoe certain pieces or parcels of
land situate at Pnlania aforesaid and being
Apanas 1 and '2 of Royal Patent '2."0t, I C.
A. 201)3, and Apana 2 of Royal Patent 2317,
li. C. A. 8370, under lease to Aliin at a year
ly rental of $s0.
The above sale is made subject to con
firmation by the Court issuing this order
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Purchaser to pay taxes for lf)!)3.
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Bruce
JA5IRS F. MORGAN,
Honolulu, Juno 1, ISfKl. 7oS-l)t
By Lewis J. Levey.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT,
in lmrsuancu of a Power of Salo con-
v tained in a certain mortgage executed
Xovember 12, 18U2, by Kaukawaaolc (v.)
to Asai (Cli.) and recorded in Liber ,
Page , the said mortgagee intends to
foreclose tho said mortgage ior condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of the
sums secured thereby when due. And no
tice is hereby further given that upon such
foreclosure land unless said mortgage shall
have been sooner paid) all and singular
the lands, tenements and hereditaments in
said mortgage contained and described
will bo sold at Public Auction ut the auc
tion room of Lewis J. Levev, on Queen
Street, in Honolulu on SATURDAY, the
1st day of July, 1833, at 12 o'clock noon of
The property in said mortgage is all the
right, title and interest of Kaukawaaolc
iw.) in that land situate at Houonialiuo,
Cona, Hawaii, described in Royal Patent
No. 0533, Kuleana Xo. 10i)3(J, containing
3 35-100 acres.
l For further particulars apply to A.
V. Peterson, attorney for mortgagee,
Honolulu, H. I., June 7, 1S!)3. 718-lt
Oppo. Bethel St.
HAH ON 1IASIJ
SILK and SILK CRAPE
For Ladles Dresses,
Beautiful Embroidered and Drawn Work
Lacquer Work Glovu Boxes, Cabinets,
Lanterns for Fetes, Balls, Etc,
Fancy Silk Japanese Umbrellas,
Showy Flowor Pots, Satsuma Ware,
Window and Veranda Blinds,
Paper Napkins, China Ware, Etc.
Inspection cordially invited. No
trouoie to snow uoous.
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
PALO ALTO STABLES,
aao O'lParroll St.,
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. F., Gal.
T BEO TO ANNOUNCE TO MY OLD
X friunds and patrons In the Islands that
I have purchased the above Htulilcs and
intend to maintain its namesake "Second
to None" Istclass. Livery Outlitsof every
description itlsonn hand, l'orsalo: Mulched
Hpans, Road and Draft Horses guaranteed
us represented. Correspondence invited,
K. R. MII.KK,
I AWN MOWERS TO I.liT IIY THE
Xj day, week or mouth' Rup.ilrlng,
Cleaning and Hhaipeiilug done; Duplicate
Piecus furnished whim required. .Machines
called for and returned. Also, lUqmliing
Garden Huo--lu fact, cuu do anything
necessary around the Iioumi or ulablc.
Ring up Mutual Telephone Mil.
m-li N, P. UIJ1U1KHB.
TEMPLE OF FAS
Comer Port Bo Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tho ladles that 1 havo rccolved a Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Bye Fast Black Hose
For Ladlci, Gentlemen, Misses and Children In Silk, Llsloand Cotton.
INFANTS' OI'ENWO'lUv SOCKS IN BALBRIGAN
INFANTS' OI'ENWOKK LISLE SOOKS IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
et Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -m
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as -A-dvertiseci in my "Windo-ws !
WiMow Curtains !. Window Curtains!
I am oll'ering Extra Inducements in that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
lEarLTj.fa-ot-u.rers' Samples !
IN SWISS, AI'LIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
.New Designs I Veuy Ohoioe Patterns I
$3T" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows "'a
Ciartaixi ZMIateriails I
I AM OFFERING' SWISSES, 43 INCHES WIDE, AT 'J5o.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
523 Fort Street,
THIS WEEK !
323 Cases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Cases Ex S. 'S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THEO. H. DAYIES k CO.
rKon.oru.ru, k. i.