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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, JUNE 80, 1893.
NO NEW MINISTER YET.
Nobody Booms Anxious to Tako tho
Post of Envoy to Hawaii.
A City of Mexico despatch says
Thomas T. Crittenden, United States
Consul-Gouoral there, has buon of
fered the post of Minister to Ha
waii. Ho was at first inclined not
to accept tho position, but ho is now
reconsidering tho matter.
Secretary G-resham refused to give
any information whou asked if the
post had beou offered to either
Judge Sneod of Tennessee or Mr.
Tho Washington Evening News
says that Proctor Knott of Ken
tucky will probably succeed Minis
Another report is that Judge
Snoed was to succeed Consul-Gen-oral
Sovoranco at Honolulu.
SO.TJAD OFF FOB KALALAU.
Departure of tho Expedition to Sub
duo the Lepers.
At 2:15 o'clock this afternoon a
squad of twenty-four guards in uni
form from tho P. G. arm', armed,
with knapsacks on thoir backs,
marched down to tho landing. They
wore in command of Lieutenant
King. About fifteen other volun
teers who wore assembled at the Po
lice Station walked down later. Tho
expedition is heading for Kalalau,
the Kauai leper's stronghold, and is
in command of Captain Larson, who
has been thore before. All tho men
were armed to tho teeth.
Tho steamer Waialoalo left tho
wharf at 2:53 o'clock, tho guards
giving three cheers for Co. A, Cap
tain Ziegler and themselves. On
board was a Hotchkiss fioldpiece.
Dr. Cooper went as surgeon to the
Koolau, the leader of the leper
baud at Kalalau, is between 20 and
25 years of age. He is of middle
height and slim in build. Mailolo
describes him as a dead shot with a
rifle. Koolau is known to pick off
a goat at tho top of tho cliffs while
running, and ifosfso d to shoot any
object he will hit it, if within range.
His wife is about tho same age and
is also a doadshot. She has often
stated to non-lepers that they will
never give up alivo. If her husband
dies they will have to get the bod'
over her own. Koolau carrios four
bolts of cartridges around his waist
constantly and his wife carries two.
Both are armed with rifles and pis
tols. COURT CHRONICLE.
W. A. Kui was to-day discharged
from bankruptcy by Judge Whiting.
J. M. Davidson for petitioner.
Tho libol case against W. G.
Smith, editor of tho Star, at the in
stance of Glaus Sprockols, came be
fore tho full Supremo Court this
morning, on defendant's appeal
from District Judge Foster's deci
sion over-ruling tho demurrer. Mr.
Hartwell argued for tho appeal and
then asked for a recess of fifteen
minutes in which to attend Judge
Carter's decision on tho motion to
discharge tho three alleged con
spirators in the District Court. Tho
Coijrt took recess till 1 :30 p. in., but,
meanwhile, tho defonse boing put on
in tho conspiracy case, Mr. Hartwell
obtained a further continuance.
Mr. Hatch for tho plaintiff.
TWO YOUTHS DUMPED OUT.
Lively Runaway Takes a Circuitous
Houte About Town.
A runaway occurred on King street
about 8 o'clock yesterday evening.
A horse and sulky in which weie
Frank Vida and James Lemon start
ed from Singer's bakery. Tho horse
was scared by a lot of little boys in
a brake and started to run. As a
tramcar was coming along at the
time thore was no room, and in an
endeavor to clear tho vehicles tho
sulky overturned and Vida and
Lemon were thrown out, but for
tunately were not hurt. The horse
and sulky turned down South street,
along Queen, up Maunakea into
Borotania, and lauded tho sulky all
smashed at Punahou. A littlo boy on
Beretania street was kuockod down
by the runaway and somewhat in
jured. It was miraculous that the
runaway did not collido with any
other vehicle in all that distauco.
Fugitives From Lepers' Wrath.
Mailolo, one of tho men who camo
on tho steamer Waialoalo yesterday
from Kalalau, having been chased
away from hia home by tho lepers
for harboring tho officers, brought,
his three children with him. One is
a littlo girl five or six years of ago
aud had only a single garment on
her person. A native policoman took
pity on tho girl and bought her a
dross to-day, The other two boys
aro on board tho steamer living on
tho bounty of tho sailors. Mailolo
is afraid to go back, as the lopors
have threatened to kill him on sight,
To Get at the Facts
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask
tho peopio who take this medi
cine, or read tho testimonials often
published in this paper. Thoy will
certainly convince you that Hood's
Sarsaparilla possesses unequalled
merit, aud that Hood's Cures.
lioou'a rills euro cons
restoring tho poristulti
tho alimentary canal. Thoy aro tho
best iumily cathartic
All kind of Commercial Printing
promptly executed at low rate at the
DEFENSE OF THE TRIO.
Evidonco to Show that They Did
Court rosumod tho troason trial at
11 o'clock this morning. Judgo
Carter regretted very much the
limited time ho had in which to give
his decision on the motion for dis
missal. Novortheloss ho had after
duo doliboration come to tho conclu
sion to ovorrulo tho motion.
Chas. Croighton thou introduced
John Phillips, sworn, stated: Am
a resident of Honolulu; know a man
named J. It. or Bob Marmont, fam
ily intimate; lived ou samo premises
a year or so; his reputation for truth
or voracity is very poor; know it
among people with whom ho asso
Maishal Hitchcock, sworn, stated:
Am Maishal; know defendants;
know Marmont. who is still dotoc
tivcj with regard to drilling at Cum
mins, Marmont made report to mo
at night; cannot remember tho date;
nor v huthcr he gave mo tho report
iu wilting or took it down myself;
put it in loft hand drawer in my
safe: cannot find it now; Marmont
commission wa made out about two
j weeks when he made report; (evi
dence suspended); Marmont's coui
uiUmoii dated from April 9th.
1 Deputy Maishal Brown, sworn,
staled: Made search of Walker's
residence at Cummins' place; found
one Winchester rifle and number of
cartridges; Cummins told me that
there was ono rifle ou tho promises;
ho also told mo that there was an
old ritle in stables belonging to the
stables boy; Crick's room at Sin
clair's was also searched several
times; ono special whito officer
j searched tho house; searched Crick's
room ou Monday last and found a
number of things; have no diplomas
or masonic certificates in my pos
session; found no implements of
war on premises; only searched the
house thoroughly last Suudajr; do
tail officers to make searches or
Prosecution admitted no munition
of war wore found excepting rifles
J. A. Cummins, sworn, stated
Am related to Walker; lives near my
residence; have stables rear of my
house; during the month of April,
May or J uue had no body of armed
men drilling in my stables, and can
swear it; have four horses in box
stalls loose; there are lights mostly
ever3 night in carriage; I was iu
position to know whether any armed
men wore on my promises; reported
having possession of rifle to Marshal
time of revolution.
To Judgo Stalls have woodon
floors; thoy are bedded down night
times; tramping noises could be
heard, howovor, from my house.
Major W. T. Seward, sworn, stated
Am private secretary to Mr. Cum
mins; lurmsneu measurements for
diagram of Cummins' residence
(diagram produced); stalls have
plank floors; carriages are on other
side of stalls; know of no armed
men drilling on promises within
threo months past; stables aro six
feet from stone wall: the lot is about
threo hundred foot doop; a man
coming along from King street
, would have baud stand and algo
roba tiees between; impossible to
get ono thousand men in stables;
reported to Mr. Soper what arms
Cummins had, aud what I had my
self. Col. John II. Soper, sworn, stated
Am in command of the army, have
memoranda of all arms aud ammu
nition in tho country; never made
any effort since martial law was
abolished to locate any firearms;
might bo possible that ono person
has a thousand stands of firearms
without my knowledge.
JLtocess until 2 o'clock.
Tho Court assembled at 2 o'clock
aud counsol began argument, lasting
i until 3:10 o'clock.
Judge Carter took tho ease under
i consideration and reserved decision
until called up.
Proposed Extension of the San Fran
We understand that tho Union
Steamship Company of New Zea
land, tho prosont contractor for tho
mail sorvico to San Francisco, have
intimated to tho Government that
they aro prepared to oxtond the ex
isting faorvico from San Francisco to
Vancouver, with tho object of en
abling Now South Wales to open up
communication with Canada. The
steaming time between San Fran
cisco and Vancouver will only occu
py two and a half days, tho distauco
boing some 800 miles. The compa
ny claim that the Govornmout has,
therefore, the opportunity afforded
it of testing the possibilities of trade
with Canada on a much more eco
nomical basis than it is thought
could otherwise be secured by di
rect steamers, which would not havo
tho advantage of any existing traffic.
It is boliovod, wo aro informed, that
tho proposed extension could bo ar
ranged ou such a basis that it could
be dispensed with without commit
ting tho colony to any material ex
penditure for any lengthonod period
in tho event of tho Canadian trade
not warranting the continuance of
the sorvico Sydney Telegraph.
Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent
physician of Lewis, Cass county.
Iowa, aud has been actively ongagou
in tho practice of medicine at that
place for tho past thirty-fivo years.
On tho 20th of May, while iu Dos
Moines on route to Chicago, ho was
suddenly taken with an attack of
diarrhoea. Having sold Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrcoa
Uemedy for tho past seventeen years,
and kuowiug its reliability, ho pro
cured a 2.") cent bottle, two doses of
which completely cured him. Tho
excitement aud change of water and
diet incident to traveling often pro
duce a diarrhoea. Every ono should
stipation by I'roouro a boltlo of this Komedy bo
o action of oro lunv'"n home. For salo by all
uuiiiiTS. -iJtuinuji, Pimm iv i-u., uunib
for the Hawaiian Mauds.
1 Tho Court of Cassation in Paris
has quashed the buiitenccs of Charles
do l.esscp.s ami other defendants
j convicted, of I'unuiua Cmud frauds.
DETECTIVES HAVE A BOUT.
Larson Inflicts Punishmont on Wag;'
ner for a Looso Tongue.
About 11:45 o'clock this morning
Polico Captain William Larson and
Dotoctivo F. Wagner had a scufflo
in front of tho Marshal's office, with
tho result that Wagner's right eye
has boon closed for ropairs. Ever
since yostorday morning whon it
was reported that Larson would bo
given command of tho expedition to
Kalalau to capturo tho lepers thore,
Wagner and sovoral others have
boon going around and saying that
thoy would not go under Larson's
captaincy; that Larson was no good,
and he ought to bo shot, aud so
forth, Thoso romarks becamo gen
eral among tho "droi hundred"
guards who woro detailed to go.
Warmer himself was to bo ono of tho
Larson mot Wagner outside tho
Police Station aud the mou had
a few warm words. Wagner walked
upstairs, followed by Larson, and
tho disputants squared off. Wagner
was struck squaro on tho right oyo
tho first blow, aud fell sprawliug on
the floor with Larsen on top. Wag
ner had no show at all with his
wiry and muscular antagonist.
Whon Larson had giveu Wagner all
ho wanted, ho was coolly arrested
by Captain Juon and charged on the
registor with assault and battery.
Lator ho was released.
SPLIT IN A CHURCH.
Lahaina Parishionors Object to Poli
tics Mingled with Religion.
By tho steamer Iwalani, which ar
rived this morning, Marshal Hitch
cock received a letter from Sheriff
Chillingsworth of Maui, stating that
thoro was trouble at Lahaiua be
tween factious of tho Protestant
congregation. It appears that the
majority of tho congregation had
closed tho doors on Eov. Mr. Pali
and refused him admittance on ac
count of his having mixed up poli
tics with church matters.
Marshal Hitchcock dospatched
Captain Robert Parkor and two offi
cers on tho steamer Claudine this
afternoon with sealed orders for
Sheriff Chillingsworth. It is report
ed thoy contain instructions to open
the doors of the church, although it
is not known what right tho civil
authorities have over ecclesiastical
By Lewis J. Levey.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Salo.
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Power of Salo con
tained in a certain mortgage executed
November 12, 181)2, by Kaukawaaole (w.)
to Anal (Ch.) and recorded in Liber ,
Page , 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
havo been sooner paid) all and singular
the lands, tenoniunt.s and hereditaments in
said mortgage contained and described
will be sold at Public Auction at the auc
tion room of Lewis J. Levev, on Queen
Street, in Honolulu on SATURDAY, the
1st day of July, 1803, at 12 o'clock noon of
The property in said mortgage is all the
right, title and interest of Kaukawaaole
(w.) in that land situate at liouomalino,
Kona, Hawaii, described in Royal Patent
No. U5S'I, Kuleana No. 10930, containing
3 33-100 acres.
VQk. For further particulars apply to A.
V. Peterson, attorney for mortgagee,
Juno 7, 18!)3. T4cj-4t
Honolulu, H. I.
JAPANESE MAN WANTS A SITUA
tion to work as Oilice BovorCok.
Speaks English. Apply "H. &.," Hul
mns Oilice. 7l0-3t
$100 REWARD !
I WILL PAY THE ABOVE SUM FOR
information that will procure the con
viction oi the person or persons who set
fire to my house at Hilo, Hawaii, on Thurs
day, June 22, 19J.
700-lw J. A. VICTOR.
Oppo, Bethel St.
IS HOLDING A
o e nsr xj 1 3sr e
GREAT BARGAINS !
IN ALL KINDS OK
Handsome and Artistic Goods,
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
Oliau Railway & Land Co.
TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1893,
Pearl City and Return: 1st Glass, 75c;
2d Glass, 50c.
Ewa Plantation and Return: 1st Class,
$1,00; 2d Glass, 75c.
8:15 A. m. uud 1:15 C, M,
OKO. 1. DKNIBON.
SO oent a month,
. n U Zffl&.&JM1(f$irrMKHmKMk
G. Glogcr, Druggist, Watcrtown,
Wis. This is the opinion of a man
who keeps a drug store, sells all
medicines, comes m direct contact
with the patients and their families,
aud knows better than anyone else
how remedies sell, nnd what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the failures and successes, and can
thetefoie judge: "I know of no
medicine for Coughs, Sore Throat,
or Hoaiscuess that had done such ef
fective work in my
family as Boschee's
German Syrup. Last
winter a lady called
at my store, who was
suffering from a very
severe cold. She could hardly talk,
and I told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence in
patent medicines. I told her to take
a bottle, and if the results weie not
satisfactory I would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
and paid for it, saying that she
would never be without it in future as
a few doses had given her relief." D
By Jns. F. Morgan.
Salo of Boal Estate by Administrator
with tho Will Annexed.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN
order issued out of the Circuit Couit
of tho First Judicial Circuit of tho Hawai
ian Islands, dated the first day of Juno,
18U3, upon the petition of Bruce Cartwright,
administrator with the will annexed of
Eliza YV. Holt, deceased, for leave to pro
ceed with tho sale of tho real estate heroin
after described, and heretofore authorized
to bo sold upon tho petition of Alexander
J. Cartwright, deceased, executor of the
last will and testament of said Eliza W.
Holt, and dated tho 13th day of May, 18U2,
I am directed by the said Bruce Cart
wright, administrator as aforesaid, to oiler
at public auction at my salesroom in Hono
lulu, on SATURDAY, tho 1st day of July,
18113, at 12 M. of said day, all uud 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 aoro, and described in Roval
Patent 19S(5, L. 0. A. 1030, leased to J. F.
Colburn for $120 per annum.
2. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate at Kalawahine in said Honolulu, and
known as the Doiron premises and the
.-anio as described in Royal Patent 1107. L.
C. A. 1037.
3. All that piece or parcel of laud situ
ate on Fort street, in said Honolulu, and
occupied by J. J. Carden as a family resi
dence, lease expiring in Slay, 1801, yearly
4. All that piece or parcel of laud situ
ate on Fort Street, in said Honolulu, and
formerly occupied by A. W. Clark as a
5. AH thoso certain pieces or parcels of
land situate at Palama aforesaid and being
Apanas 1 and 2 of Royal Patent 250, L. C.
A. I'O!).'), and Apana 2 of Royal Patent 2S17,
L. C. A. 8370, under lcaso to Ahin at a year
ly rental of if&0.
Hie auovo bale is mane suujcoi to con
firmation by the Court issuing this order
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Purchaser to pay taxes for lb!J3.
Deeds at the expense of the purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Bruce
JAMES P. MORGAN,
Honolulu, June 1, 1893. 738-!)t
Warehouse and Lease
Valuable City Front Property
On SATURDAY, July 15,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
The undersigiu'd lias boon instructed to
sell at Auction, at his Salesroom, on Sat
urday next at noon, the Valuable Loa-e
(with tlie Commodious Warchouso Build
ings thereon) of that block of land situated
between the stores of Hyman Bros, and L.
B. Keir, having a depth of 100 feet and a
frontage on Queen street of 01 feet, con
taining in all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
This Valuable Property boing on tho City
Front, is ono of tho most eoutial and con
venient plHces in the city for the use of
linns requiring storage. Tho entire ground
is covered with an Iron Roofed Wuichou&e,
with Kiicpioof Wall in tho rear, and can
bo used for storing merchandise of all
kinds; a largo Flour Room, zinc lined, has
been constructed in one end of the Ware
house. IW The Leate has 10K years to run, at
a quarterly rental, payable
to the Govern-
inent, of $02.50.
Notice of Foreclosure and of Salo.
IN PURSUANCE OF A POWER OF
Salo contained in a certain Mortgage
executed November 2, 18b!l, by Paul Mold
enhawur and Mary Kaikuana Molden
hawer, his wife, of Makunala, North Ko
linln, to Tot Shing, of Maid Mukupala,
which Mortguge is recorded in Liber 11H,
at pages 472-3-1 of tho Hawaiian Registry
of Deeds: Notice is hereby given by tho
Asbignco of said Mortgagee that it is his
intention to foreclosure said Mortgage for
condition broken, to-wit; tbo non-payment
of the principal sum and interest
theieof when due.
And notice is hereby further given that
it is tho intention of said Assignee, upon
such forecloaure, to sell tho property des
cribed in and convoyed by said Mortgage,
at the Salesroom of Jauic F. Morgan, iu
Honolulu, at "12 o'clock noon, on SATUR
DAY, tho 2Uth day of July, lau.J.
TemiH of Sale Cash in U. S. Gold Coin,
ami Deeds at the expense of lmichabvr.
tM For further particulars apply to
O. W. Ashford, Attorney for Assignee of
Mortgage. OlIANO KIM,
Assignee of Mortgage.
TltK rnoPEKTV TO 11K SOLD UNUEU AND I1V VIH-
TUB 01' T1IK MOlirdAUE AIIOVK ItKCTllIl)
IS AS FOLLOWS, JJAMKLV:
All those premises at Makupala, North
Kolialit, Hawaii, described in a deed from
0, W. Kawuliiliao nnd Makcai his wife, to
C. Ahi dated December Ml, !B, ami re
corded in Liber U7 at pages .'iiri and :JI(J,
containing an ana of -'-700 ums moru or
less, and being pait of tho premises des
cribed In lfoyul I'utcii 13538, Laud Commis
sion Awurd JtK.8. 7J.'MUt
AT V. flARREIHO'H HHAVINO 1'AR
lor ou Hotel street, oppoilto the
Hliootlng (lallery, you can obtain a Fit st
uliiss Slmvu. Jjulk'S ami Children's Hair
Cutting u upuolalty. Builsfuutlon giuiian
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'tt
Saturday, June 84, 1893.
Those 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. Have 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 vkind 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-
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 larsre. haviner been in-
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 desiern 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.
I he 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 lone vou will want one
j especially built tor the purpose
land called the "High Grass
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Ifort Be Hotel Streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform the ladles that
plctc Lino of
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses nnd Children in Silk, Lislonnd Cotton.
INFANTS' Ol'ENWORK BOCKS IN BALBRIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWORK LISLE SOCKB IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
m- Commencing SATURDAY tUe 13th, -m
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices a.s .A-dvertiseci in xxxy ."Wixic3.o,ws !
I am ollering Extra Inducements in
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
New Designs I Very Oholoe Fattema I "
BST Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "a
OiartairL ZMZetterieils I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. L
CURES T A
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5S3 Port Street,
THIS WEEK !
323 Oases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Oases Ex S. S. "Alameda."
40 Cases Ex S. S. "Miowera.,
THEO. H. MYIES & CO.
1 havo rccolvcd
n Largo and Com-
that lino. Received about 150 Pairs
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."