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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, JUNE 20, 18.)3.
As tho Advortisor ropcats its slan
derous assertion about Mr. NordhoiT
in othor words, intimating that if ho
was not "recalled" ho was "request
ed" or given an "intimation" to "do
part," wo givo tho following copy of
a tologram to Mr. Nordholl", Ins latest
advicos from headquarters, the ori
ginal of which ho left in Honolulu:
Cor. New York, Juno 0, 18&1.
CiuitLEs Nobduofk, Honolulu, via
San Francisco, Cal. Hoturn when
you like. Congratulate you heartily
on groat hit you have made.
Fathor Boissol had a letter over
his owu signature in this paper a
few days ago, in which ho severely
criticised Judgo Kepoikai as well as
a native jury for acquitting a prisouor
at tho late Wailuku term. As the
diction was a little peculiar, tho full
force of tho letter was not appre
hended uutil after its appearance in
our columns. It was vory unjust to
tho judgo, who could not do other
wise than discharge tho prisoner on
a verdict of acquittal. Probably
also it did tho jury grave injustice;
as, by tho evidence quoted by tho
writer himsolf, it is doubtful if thoro
was sufliciout to deprive a man of
his liberty. Tho Bishop of Pano
polis regrets exceedingly tho ap
pearance of such a communication
from one of his clorgy. Ho wishes
it stated that none of tho clorgy
have under the laws of tho church
the right to engage in any news
paper controversy without tho con
sent of tho Bishop.
Unable to deny that the story of
an aggressive policy of Japan in
these islands was not forwarded to
the United States by correspondents
who know it was false, the Advortisor
now meanly throws tho responsibility
for the fiction upon "royalists," and
cito3 what "was claimed to bo abso
lute proof of a conspiracy botweou
Major Wodohouse British Min
ister and the Japanese Consul
General" as justification. Tho bald
fact is that tho Japanese scare,
like tho previous British scare used
by P. G. Commissioners in tho
States, was manufactured expressly
to deceive tho people of the
Unitod States and stampede
them for annexation. Tho only
thing in it was as stale as a
last year's mango naniety, tho
Japanese request for tho suffrage
of her subjects in this county,
which is as much alivo on tho part
of Japan to-day as it was a long time
before tho revolution of January.
Colonel Blount's successor as
United States Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary for tho
Hawaiian Islands has been appoint
ed, according to newspaper advices
received by sailing vessel this morn
ing from San Francisco. It has been
well known that Colonel Blount did
not desire to remain, tho tenor of
tho despatch convoying his appoint
ment being in evidence. President
Cleveland through that despatch ox
pressed the earnest hope that ho
should accopt tho position perma
nently. Mingled with tho universal
regret of all who desire to soo ovon
handod dealings between tho Unitod
States and Hawaii at tho retirement
of Minister Blount, thoro will bo a
feeling of great satisfaction over the
reputation that precedes his suc
cessor of being an eminent lawyer
and constitutionalist. "While Judge
Snood will not find much constitu
tion to pass upon in those islands,
the people of this country will bo
satisfied if his actions bo only based
on a true interpretation of tho Con
stitution of tho United States and
tho principles of tho Declaration of
SECOND TIME OF CALLING.
Burglars Fay Attention Once More to
the Bingham Residence.
Tho Bingham residence on Alex
ander street, rear of Col. Spreckols'
mansion at Punahou, was entered
by some ono on Saturday night while
tho initiates wore absent. Mrs. Coan
and Miss Bingham, sisters of itov.
H. Bingham, loft the house at 0:50
o'clock to go to a mooting. On tlioir
return they found tho roar door un
locked. Thinking that perhaps they
had forgotten to Jock tho door when
thoy wont out, vory littlo notice was
takou of the circumstance. Inside,
two doors of rooms right opposite
each othor wore found upon. The
drawer of a secretary was found
open and ten dollars missing, live
dollars of which was in a purse.
Two watches and some jowolry
which wore iu plain view woro loft
On Sunday morning tho hired boy
called the attention of tho ladies to
chips of wood on the veranda. Marks
woro also seeu on the doors as if
someone had tried to pry thorn open
with a chisel or jimmy. Tho screws
iu the different doors had alho boon
This is tho second time the same
resitluncu has been burglarized with
in six months,
NEW MINISTER TO HAWAII.
Judgo Snood, an Eminent Mombor
of tho Tonnossoo Bar, to Succood
to tho San
Juno 15, re
Francisco Chronicle of
ceived by tho bark Andrew Welch
to-day, are as follows:
Washington, Juno 11. It is report
ed horo to-night that President
Ulovoiand has Moculcu upon a suc
cessor to Mr. Blount at Honolulu.
Blount, it is claimed, has ropoat
edly asked to bo relieved. Tho ap
pointment will probably bo mado
Humor has it that Judgo Snood of
Memphis is tho man selected for tho
post, doubly important in view of
tho iravo questions that may arise
within tho next throe- years. Mr.
Sneed has many admirers in Wash
ington. Ho is a warm friend of tho
Ptosidont and his appointment will
give satisfaction here.
Memphis, Juno 11.- -It is reported
to-night that a telegram was re
ceived this afternoon by Judgo J. L.
T. Snood from Secretary Groshain,
statiug that tho President had de
cided to appoint him Minister to tho
Hawaiian Islands to relievo special
Envoy Blount. Tho appointment
will probably bo ollieially announced
Judge Sneod is one of the ablest
lawyers of tho Tennessee bar, having
for ninny 3-oars boon a mombor of
the Supremo Court. Ho enjoys a
lucrative law practice before tho
State and tho Unitod States Supremo
Court, and is regarded as one of tho
best constitutional lawyers in tho
country. Ho is an export linguist,
a profound thinker and scholar, and
as an orator lie has few superiors.
Judgo Sneod is at his country homo
and could not bo interviewed to
night. m m
Matters at Circuit Chambers Su
preme Court Term Hearings.
Judgo Whiting to-day appointed
C. Bolte as administrator of tho es
tate of tho late Adolf Aschoim.
Chun Wall Sing was adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition hy
Judge Whiting to-day. Petitioner
sa3-s ho owes $S9.) and cannot pay it.
Friday, Jul- 7, is appointed for
creditors to prove their claims. F.
M. Wakefield for tho petitioner.
Bills of exceptions have been filed
by Ainu and others and Sam Geo
and others, against tho order of
Judge Kepoikai of the Second Cir
cuit Court, striking their respective
appeals from tho calendar at the re
cent term. J. L. Kaulukou is attor
ney for both sots of defendants.
W. C. Parke, administrator of tho
estate of George Snyder, petitions
for approval of accounts and dis
charge. Expenditures aro $783.95
and receipts $2138.75. AVoduesday,
August 2, is appointed for hearing.
The term sitting of tho Supremo
Court was resumed this morning.
Present: Jtidd, C. J., Bickorton and
Frear J J. except as otherwise men
tioned in tho following report of
Provisional Government vs. Ah
Uu, maintaining lottery scheme. Ap
peal from Honolulu District Court.
Submitted on brief. Attorney-General
for prosecution; Peterson and
Hartwoll for defendants.
Claus Sprockets vs. G. W. Macfar
lauo. Bill to. foreclose lion. Equity
appeal from Judgo Whiting. Hatch
for plaintiff; Hartwoll for defendant.
Judgo Cooper of tho Circuit Court
sat instead of Justice Froar, who was
disqualified from having been of
counsel in tho case formerly.
In tho matter of David Kalauoka
lani. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General,
represents that from tho socond
day of Juno, 18i)2, David Kalauoka-
lani has hold the othco of District
Magistrate for Molokai, that ho is
and has been for a long time addict
ed to tho uso of strong drink, and
in consequence thoreof has appeared
on different occasions in public in
an intoxicated condition. Therefore
tho Attorney-General considers that
Kalauokalani by such conduct brings
tho court into contempt and ridi
cule, and prays that ho bo cited to
appear and show cause why ho
should not bo dismissed from office.
G. K. Wilder, Deputy Attorney-General,
for the complaint; W. A. Kin
ney for tho respondent. On this
Rich, Red Blood
As naturally results from taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla as personal
cleanliness results from free uso of
soap and water. This groat puri
fier thoroughly expels scrofula, Milt
rheum and all other impurities and
builds up ovory organ of tho body.
Now is tho time to take it.
Tho highest praiso has boon won
by Hood's Pills for their easy, yot
oiliciout action. Sold by all drug
gists. Prico '2h cents.
60 cents a month,
I)Y A PORTUGUESE MAN AND WIFE
XJ lor Ooiicrul work about house anil
lireinlMii except cooking.
70:.'-Iw M. A.
OK ANY KIND JiY A
Muu lust rum tho States.
Good lluok-keoper and not afraid of hard
work. Very host of references.
"J. A. 0"
702-1 w IJui.i.Kn.N Ollice.
Lodge lo Progrea do l'Ocoanio, No. 124,
rpllERE WIN, Hi: A MEETING OF
J Lodge hi Progros ilu I'Oceunlo, No. 1-1,
ut its hall on King street, liutwi'un llvthul
mill Foil, THIS (Moniiuy) EVKNING,
Juno '-ill, at 7 ::Hi o'clock, for
lU:uit.ii MiiMiu.y HiiitiMK,
Members of I Iii iillun Lodge and all
sojourning llrct hrt'ii uru fraternally Invltod
lo lie present.
ily order of lliuW.-. M.-.
r. II. REIIWAKH,
For children a medi
cine should be abso
lutely reliable. A
mother must be able to
pin her faith to it as to
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dnucerotis. It must be standard
in material and manufacture. I
must be plain and simple to admin
ister; easy and pleasant to take.
The child must like it. It must be
prompt iu action, ghing immedi
ate relief, as childrens' troubles
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally or otherwise in a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick
but bring them nround quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions under long con
finement. It must do its work in
moderate doses. A large quantity
of medicine in u. child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. These things suit old as
well as young folks, and make Bo
schee's Geini".n Syrup the favorite
faniilv mc'icine. T
THE POPULAR BEER !
EXTRA PALE !
PER "AUSTRALIA" JUNE 1 Ith,
o o :m: i nsr a-
PER "AUSTRALIA" JULY lL'th,
THIS IS POPULARITY !
rwetys oil Tap
L. H. DEE,
July 4, 1893.
MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 3,
AST 5 O'CLOCK.
Will leave Honolulu MONDAY AFTER
NOON, July Ilil, at fl o'clock.
Arriving at Kahului EARLY TUESDAY
NINO, July Ith.
Leaving KahuluiTUi:SDAY NIGHT, July
Ith, will arrive at Honolulu WEDNES
DAY MORNING, July fitli.
Tickets lor the Round Trip:
Cabin, : : : : $7.50
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Juno IB, lbi. 700-lw
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OK
FOR BALK RY
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
A GENTLE YOUNG
Hor.e, Light Toil
Huggy, Harness, fiad-
illl,. Kiiliou llrnuliiij nli,
Will ho sold tomttluir or -i
Hiiigly. May Iidhi'I'ii Monday ami Tui'wluy
forenoon, opposite (. II uniace'H grocery,
at 1'iiulllc Ooasl Honio huiilily Co., No. Ill
King Mrcut. 701-1
AMIIUTING OK THE STOGKHOI.D-it-i
of thi' Waiitniii1 Goiiiiianv will hu
lielilou TUESDAY, June J7, lr,!l!l, at 10
o'rlot'k , l., at the olllre of the uuiler
hIuiiuiI on Mumlialit xtriet. iSpeciul liuxl
oca. C, O. IIEIiGER,
A T WAIKIKI.ON THE
J Reach, a KiiiiiihIiiiI
('otlagu wllll I'ookhoitMj
accoiiiuiodalioii. For imr-
tluul,ir Imjiilru 1Iui.u;iin Oltlcu,
Hawaiian EarQware Co., L'a
Saturday, June 24, IS 98.
These continued lawn
brightening showers are hav
ing a depressing effect on the
windmill 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 noticed 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, nave you ever thought
of it? How the wind (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
persons who are inter
in fence building-and
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-
sold a great many
the past, and the
of these in
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 Lawn 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 Job. 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 at Auction, at Ills Salesroom, on Sat
urday noxt at noon, tho Vnlunblo lieaso
(with tho Commodious Warohousio Dulld
ings thcroon) of that block of land situated
between tho stores of Hyiuan Jlro. and L.
D. Kerr, having a depth of 100 feot and a
frontage on Queen street of (II feet, con
taining In all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
This Valuable Property being on tho City
Front, Is ono of tho most central and con
venient placds in the city for the use of
linns requiring storage. Thoontiro ground
is covered with an Iron Roofed Warehouse,
with Fireproof Wall in tho rear, and can
bu used for storing merchandise of all
kinds; a largo Flour ltooni, zinc lined, has
been constructed In one end of the Ware
The Lease has lOVf vears to run. at
a quarterly rentul, payable to the Govern
ment, of $02.00.
Salo of Roal Estate by Administrator
with tho Will Annoxod.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN
order Issued out of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Judicial Circuit of tho Hawai
ian Islands, dated the ilrst day of June,
1893, upon the petition of Bruce Cartwright,
administrator with tho will annexed of
Eliza W. Holt, deceased, for leave to pro
ceed with the salo of the real estate herein
after described, and heretofore authorized
to be sold upon tho petition of Alexander
J. Cartwright, deceased, executor of tho
last will and testament of said Eliza W.
Holt, and dated tho 13th day of May. IS1.)'.',
1 am directed by tho said Bruce Cart
wright, administrator as aforesaid, to oiler
at public auction at my salesroom in Hono
lulu, on SATURDAY, the 1st day of July,
1SU3, at 12 M. of said day, all and singular
the following described pieces or parcels of
1. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate at Kapuukolo In Honolulu, containing
1.03 of an acre, and described in Roval
Patent 1D80, L. 0. A. 103!), leased to J. F.
Colburn for $120 per annum.
2. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate at Kalawahiue in said Honolulu, and
known as tho Boiron premises and the
same as describeddn Roval Patent 1 107. 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, lease expiring in May, lBUt, yearly
4. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate on Fort Street, in said Honolulu, and
formerly occupied by A. W. Clark as u
5. AH those certain pieces or parcels of
land situate at Pulaiiia aforesaid and being
Apanas 1 and 2 of Royal Patent 2501, L. 0.
A. 201).'), and Apana 2 of Royal Patent 2kM7,
L.-C. A. 8370, under lease to Ahin ut a year
ly rental of $H0.
The above sale Is made subject to con
firmation by'tlio Court issuing this order
Terms Cash In U. S. Cold Coin.
Purchaser to pay taxes for 1&03.
Deeds at the expense of tho purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Bruce
JAMES F. MORCAX,
Honolulu, June 1, 1S!)3. 7.r)8-!lt
By IiOwis J. Levey.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuanco of a Power of Salo con
tained in a certain mortgage executed
November 12, 18!)2, by Kaukawaaole (w.)
to Asat tJli.) anil recorded in J.iuer ,
Pago , the said mortgagee intends to
foreclose the said 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 such
foreclosure (and unless said mortgage shall
liavo been sooner p:id) all and singular
the lauds, tenements and hereditaments in
said mortgage contained and described
will bo sold dt Public Auction ut the auc
tion room or Lewis J. Levev, on Queen
Street, in Honolulu on SATURDAY, the
1st day of July, 18U3, ut 12 o'clock noon df
The property in said mortgage is all the
right, title and interest of Kaukawaaole
(w.) in that land situate at llonomalino,
Komi, Hawaii, described in Royal Patent
No. 03S3, Kulcana No. M)M, containing
3 35-100 acres.
TOh- For further particulars apply to A.
P. Peterson, attorney for mortgagee,
Honolulu, H. I., June 7, 18JI3. 748-H
ONESECOND-HANDSAFE; AS GOOD
us now. Apply under "H," this
THE SCHOONER 'NORMA,' 4
03 Tons Register, suhstan- JsrGtf
tially built of Oak and Cediir; .lAy
Copper and Copper Fastened, -vczij
For prico and particulars apply
72U-tf THKO. H. DAVIKK CO.
T AWN MOWERS
TO LET II V THE
JLi day, week or
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when required. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary around the house or stable.
Ring np Mutual Telephone 152.
fiH4-tf N. K. RltlinKKB.
ALL PARTIES DESIRING TO GO TO
Wuiakeukuu Fulls in Munoa Valley
uro hereby requested to obtain a permis
sion from tho undersigned, otherwise they
will bu prosecuted fur trespass if found on
tho premises without such permission. .
JAS. 11. 1IOYD,
at tho Land Ollice, Supiemo Court Jlulld-
Honolulu, Juno 17, 18'J3. 7fi.ri-tf
Grand Masquerade !
AT THE REQUEST OF SEVERAL
Prominent Ladies ami Gentlemen
who took part In the ball which was given
last mouth, another Musiiuoradu will he
given at tho Armory on TUESDAY
EVENING, July Ith. It will hu given
under tlie direction of the same committee
who conducted the last bull. Everything
will be done to Insure a good time In those
who attend. The proceeds will be applied
to tho Transportation of an Invalid to Ills
homo ami tho balaucu will bu given lo a
Uulles' Charitable Society. Doors open
ut H o'clock.
OP-TICKETS ft. Tickets can ho hud
at Hollistur A' Co,, Reiisou, Smith V Co.,
Hebron, Nuwiuaii A Cu., Hawaiian News
All kinds of Cowweroiul I'rintlnu
promptly rmuitrd ut low rate ut the
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oornor Fort 8b Hotel Streets.
TWO GREATSPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tho Ijulics that I have received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of the Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children In Silk, Llsloand Cotton.
I NT ANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BALBR10AN
INFANTS' OPENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
Er Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -m
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
DPrioes as Advertised in my "Win.cio'ws !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
1 am oll'enng Extra Inducements in that line. Received about lflO Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
IN SWISS, AVLIO.UK .t NOTTINGHAM.
JSTew Designs I "Very Olxoice Patterns I
Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "&a
0"u.rta,ixi IMIsiterieils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 18 INCHES WIDE, AT 23c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5S3 Port Stveset,
i g IL mm
m mt tafia as IS
323 Cases Ex S.-S.
6 Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera."
5S Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Honolulu, H. I.