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Ho's tho Advortiaor Kind.
Tho "Maui News" mnn in tho Ad
vertiser is up to his old tricks again,
viz., misrepresenting and distorting
facts, which ho has not taken tho
trouble to ascortaiu whothor thoy bo
facts or not before ho hastons to lay
t hem boforo tho oxpoctant (?) public.
In reporting tho 4th of July danco
at Snrockolsvillo ho informs this
public that "tho gontlomon, not
mentioned, consisted mainly of thoso
in tho omploy of tho Hawaiian Com
mercial Si Sugar Co. To givo tho
dear public an opportunity to judgo
tho correctness of this statement al
low mo to append tho following
names as thoso of "employees of, tho
H. C. & S. Co." present:
Clarouco W. Macfarlauo, Hono
lulu; Sam'l Widdifield, Honolulu;
Hon. Samuol Parkor, Honolulu;
Hon. Jno. Richardson, Wailuku;
Oliver Carter, Honolulu; Palmer
Woods, Honolulu; M. D. Monsarrat,
Honolulu; H. Fooko, Honolulu; Dr.
Footo, Honolulu; Prince David Ka
wananakoa, Honolulu; L. F.Hughes,
Makawao. It will probably surpriso
as well as well as interest thoso gen
tlemen to learn that they are "main
ly employees, etc. Tho correspon
dent mentions two Misses Park (?)
as being present: who aro thoy?
Probably Missos Eva and Helen
Parker, who liud thoir namo sudden
ly abbreviated in this way.
Mr. Maui NoW3 is very surprised
that invitations should have boon
sent out for this uaneo, wlnlo an
annexation ball, at which entre-nous,
ho was ono of tho "conspicuous"
head-lights, according to his own
report, was to bo held in Wailuku
skating rink, and darkly insinuates
that political differences prompted
this move. "It- can't be possible
that peoplo in polite societ- would
knowingly mis political and social
affairs together." In hoavon's namo!
Is ho so addlo-pated that ho can't
soo this is the very thing ho and hjs
colleaguos of tho annexation cotorie
wore doing when thoy issued invita
tions for an annexation ball? a
mix pus which caused tho absonco
from tho annexation ball of some oi
Maui's best peoplo, both royalists
and annexationists, and either kept
them at homo or drove thorn to the
other dance. Besides, a good many
people objected to tho locality and
social atinosphoro of the skating
Tho correspondent criticises sev
erely tho Kaliului Railroad Co. for
breaking up tho annexation ball at
10:15 p. in., but does not stop to
consider or try to ascertain by in
quiry that tho trains had been run
ning siuco early in tho morning, con
voying people from the steamer to
Paia and Wailuku, then to the races,
and back in tho afternoon, that thoy
had to take the insatiable dancors
from Wailuku back to Paia, tho
dancers from Spreckelsvillo down to
Kahului and Wailuku, and all this
work to bo performed by ono engi
neer, as tho other ono was laid up
with la grippo! A pretty good day's
work, any rational person would say.
Tho steamer was advertised to leave
at 12, but could not got away till
nearly two hours later, owing to tho
lato arrival of this very train which
ho complains spoiled their fun.
The troublo is, while seemingly
impartial and non-committal, this
correspondent, as often boforo, be
moan innuendos and coverts accusa
tions shows a doplorable disposition
to misstate facts and cavil at thoso
whoso political and othical opinions
aro divergent from his own, which is
most unbecoming in a professedly
dispassionate "society" correspon
dent. As for tho would-bo-fuuny,
insanely silly, vapid nonsense pub
lished in tho Advertiser under tho
caption "Ex-Queen Lil.," it is too
much liko tho fooblo-wittod attempt
of a schoolboy to bo worthy of any
notice, and it is only cause for won
dorinent that a professedly respect
able journal would stoop to pub
lish such rubbish.
Tho policy of annexation has, it
would seem, domanded from its in
ception nothing short of assassina
tion all round, moral and physical.
Tho Queen could not bo doportod,
but a midnight plot to assassiuato
her was attempted and tho explo
sives for tho work discovered, and in
their compairy woro willing tools,
paid things of tho govornmont. Tho
moral things, for tho assassination
of what is dearor than Hie, woro
ovory where cheorf ul compatriots of
tho men with bombs. Thoy woro
found in tho church (savo the mark)
and in tho Woman's Christian (?)
TotnperancqJDniou and tho malevo
lence of holl was novor moro activoly
exorcised, nor found moro willing
tools. Thoy spread thoir slanders
from San Francisco to Minneapolis
and Maiuo; only to find thoir lies
rofuted by honest and impartial
Will not somobody start a mission
hall whoro tho revorond gray-beard
professing Christiau might havosomo
Christianity pumped into him, and
where thoro could bo a special stool
of repoutance for tho slandering sin
ners of tho W. C. T. U. 1 commend
tho subject to the now secretary of
tho Y. Al. C A., who 1 loam is a
good football player. Ho might
take compassion on thorn and give
thoin, privately, a good moral kick?
ing as a disciplinary moans of graco.
Letter From S. E. Bishop.
TP. C. Advertier.l
Mn. Editor: I was surprised to
lind tho Bulletin admitting on
Saturday to its columns so libellous
and violent au attack as that of
"American," ou myself. Probably
much allowance is to bo made for
tho present exasperation of royalist
I will content inyself for at least
tho present by saying in reply that
as to that affair of the horse, just
live years Tigo, all who know the
facts woro awaro that no injury was
intentionally inflicted on tho ani
mal. Tho matter never came before
tho court at all, but was readily sot
tied outside. As to tho scurrilous
insinuations following, I have lived
forty years among my neighbors
hore, and need take no notice of
I hope that tho Bulletin will bo
so honorable as to reprint this letter
in thoir aftornoou issue, and oblige,
S. E. Uisuop.
Honolulu, July 16, 1893.
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fftuemi unto, i
Assassination After Robbery.
Tho San Francisco papors of tho
(ith inst. contain tho pleasing nows
that a general slaughter of royalists
"in the ovout of auy move on thoir
part boing made" is ono of tho de
lectable items in the program of tho
Annexation Club. Tho Star depre
cates tho publication of tho plot as
calculatod to injure tho good name
and fame of tho Provisional Govern
ment, us, of course, peoplo abroad
not knowing tho spotless patriotism
of Mr. Stevens's cabinot, will not bo
liovo that such an auxiliary force
can oxist in their interests unknown
Tho protonco of tho Star to dis
credit and disavow any knowledge
or complicity, either for itself or its
employer?, of tho Annexation Club
and tho Govornmont it supports
and controls, with this annexation
Malin, is too thin, und entirely
superfluous. Tho policy of th1 Star
us tho official organ of tho Govern
ment has gone so far as it could in
th6 direction of provoking a broach
of tho iifiico, and tho particulars of
this indictment will bo in good time
It is very inconvenient, no doubt,
for a holy cabinet and bolf-sauotifying
council, which opens its delibera
tions with prayer, to bo branded
abroad as having its foundations
hiipportcd by terrorism, Hucli a
picture by au Associated 1'rohs cor
respondent iiitidt bo very embarrass
lug to tho Provisional Minister at
Washington and his Htcrotary Hust
ings, who is busy promulgating tho
plavcd-out lie that tho pooplo hero
I aro unanimous for niuioiutlou,
Rooms to lot with board at Ilaui
Eoot Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.
Dr. R. I. Mooro, dentist, has re
moved his oilice to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. McLonnau, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone GS2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his oilice from King street
to Berotauia street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Dr. M. E. Grossman, dTd.S., hav
ing roturuod from tho Coast, has re
sumed tho practice of his profession
at his old oilice on Hotel street.
Go to M. Goldberg if you want a
cheap suit, ho is boiling out all of his
mou'h clothing at cost. Come early
on Saturday, July 15th, and got first
Siuco tho return of tho expedition
uudor Captain Larson from Kalalau
stories of Koolau's marksmanship
have been going tho rounds among
tho natives. The reports all started
from a sailor on tho steamer Iwalaui,
who stated that ho had personally
been Koolnu perform tho feats. One
story was to tho effect that tho lopor
bandit could hit a livo-cont pioco
held between tho foroliuger and
thumb of u man three huudred yards
oil. Another was that Koolau and
his wife used to indulge in a pastime
which consisted of hitting a limo
suspended from a cliff ou Kalalau.
Tho wife swung tho limo to and fro.
and Koolau u&utl to "ring tho boll
"Ouo of my customers came in to
day and asked mo for tho best cough
medicine 1 hail," says Low Young, a
prominent druggist of Nowmau
Grove, Nob. "Ol course 1 showed
him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
and ho did not ask to see any other.
1 have never yet sold a medicine
that would loosuu and relievo a se
vere colli so (juickly as that Remedy
does, 1 liavo sold four dozens of it
within tho last sixty days and do
not know of a single case where it
failed to givo the most perfect satis
faction," 50 cent bottles for salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Lady "What is it you want, my
good inaiil" Dirty Tramp "It is
iibolosH to ask you, You know what
1 want." Lady -"Yes, 1 know, but
tho bath is in tire,"
Daily liullelin, GO cent a moufi,