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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1893.
After tho Military Act has passed
tho fiual stugo iu tho Councils, it is
said that tho Attoruoy-Gouoral will
iutroduco au Act to atnoud tho Do
caloguo, as thoughts ou somo of tho
coininauduionts koop tho Attoruoy
Gouoral awako o' nights.
CABNOX'S REPORTED DEATH.
C. do Varigny, whom many will
roniouibor a3 a Cabinet Minister un
dor Kamohamoha V., has writtou a
book La Fcmme Aui Jitats-Unis in
which affairs American aio discussed.
A notice ot the book says: "
whilo tho American public school
system is gravely expounded from
two sources of information, the Col
lego of Punahou, near Honolulu iu
Hawaii, and Mr. Richard Malcolm
Johnston's oddities of Southern Life
PASSED THE GUARDS.
Hon. Edmund Barton, Q. C, At
torney General of Now South Wales,
in a short conversation with the
editor of this paper, said tho finan
cial situation in ttio Colonies was
gradually improving. Banks wore
getting on their feet again with the
special assistance roudered them by
tho governments. Mr. Barton said
that, while over-speculation had a
good deal to do with tho crash, tho
immediately exciting cause was the
withdrawal of funds by somo Eng
lish depositors. Then local deposi
tors took alarm aud getting into a
panic withdrew their money. Mr.
Barton is a pleasant-looking, stout
man, with tho leonine face aud ex
pansive chin typical of an aggressive
statesman. Ho is making a flying
visit to British Columbia by the
Authority for tho Unfounded Report
in tho Bulletin.
Prematura obituarios of publio
men aro not bo uncommon that any
single instance should excite much
comment. When tho Star guessed
the other ovoniug that tho purser of
tho Rio do Jauoiro had guyed tho
Bulletin with a story of Presidout
Caruot's doath, it was not deemed
worth whilo to state tho facts of tho
publication in reply, especially as it
was thought our informant would
not care for publicity. Howovor, as
that gentleman has voluntarily fur
nished a translation of tho too pre
vious obituary that appeared in a
Japanese paper, to satisfy publio
curiosity tho document is repro
duced below. It is from tho Yomi-uri-shimbun,
published at Tokio,
Japan, and its issue of July 14, 1893.
The obituary is printed within a
heavy black border:
"llONS. CAUXOT, PRESIDENT OP 1'RANCE,
"A cablegram intelligence was re
ceived yesterday stating that Mons.
Caruot, tho present President of
Prance, has suddenly died. As tho
cablegram was quite brief, wo aro
unablo to ascertain tho cause aud
facts of the case. Anyhow, tho
doath of Mons. Carnot is a wonder
fully sad event to France. As long
as wo aro in receipt of this roport
wo havo nothiusr more than to ex
press our hearty sympathy with the
people of Fiauco. The brief bio
graphy of Mons. Carnot is as fol
lows: He is son of the well-known
Mons. L. H. Carnot, born at Liinoinjs,
in tho mouth of August, 1837. When
A Member of tho Army WaDUJ Out'
j Without Knowing It.
Charles Evans, a member of tho
P. XjK army, was found wandering
around the streets last night by tho
police and arrested for drunkenness.
When sobered up at tho Station,
Evans stated that ho had gone to
his quartors iu tho Executive build
ing at 9 o'clock with "a protty good
jag on," aud ho couldn't toll how ho
got out of bed and passod the
guards at tho gate. Ho didn't re
member anything until ho woko up
and found himself in tho Polico
Station. Evans had two loft shoos
on his foot, one belonging to a com
rade in tho army. Ho ploadod guilty
iu tho District Court this morning
to a charge of druukonnoss and was
fined $2 and $1 costs.
To Clot at tho Facta
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask
tho peoplo who take this modi
cine, or road tho testimonials often
published in this paper. Thoy will
certainly convince you that Hood's
Sarsaparilla possesses unequalled
merit, and that Hood's Cures.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by
restoring tho peristaltic action of
tho alimentary canal. Thoy aro the
best family cathartic.
ho was 34 years old he entered tho
National Assembly (it was changed
to "ltepresentative Assembly" attor
wards; aud his name was well-known
then among thoni. Iu 1887, he was
appointed Vice-Miuister of Public
Works. From 1880 to 1882, he was
in the position ot tho Minister of
Public Works. In 1882 aud 1880, ho
was appointed Minister of Finance.
On the 3rd November, 1887, when
President Grovy resigned, Mons.
Caniot succeeded him as President."
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Rev. W. B. Olesou, the retired
principal of Kamohameha School,
has reached the Now England
shores, aud his tootings for annexa
tion aro coming back. He has lost
nothing through change of climate
in extravagance of speech. Mr.
Olesou draws as long a bow as over,
tho unscrupulous ward politician
nature being bom in him. Of course
he omits, whilo denouncing tho "cor
ruption of the monarchy," to toll of
tho zealous personal canvass he
made in 1890 for the election of one
of the most notorious gamblors in
Honolulu to tho Legislature. If it
wore known in the United Stages, as
it is in Hawaii, that Mr. Olesou is
wagging his chin for coin in his pre
sent campaign, his utterances would
be duly discounted there from tho
importance that the clerical cloth
gives them in New England communities.
S. S. CITY OF NEW YORK.
Mr. Stevous' "ablest man in Ha
waii" Thurston made up some
figures to show how small a percent
age of property remained iu the
hands of native Hawaiiaus, and con
sequently tho small percentage of
taxos they paid, and from these
figures reached the conclusion that
they had no rights which annexa
tionists were bound to respect. A re
cent writer says: "At Atlanta, (Ga.), I
was told at the State Treasurer's office
that tho negroes paid just three per
cent of tho taxos of the State. This
percentage seems small; yet it may
bo remembered that thoso of us iu
New York City who own less than
S3000 own but four porceut of the
property of that city." No one iu
Georgia or New York City, however,
considers it statesmanlike to oppress
or outrage the negro or small pro
perty holdor. Mr. Slovens' man is
more of a bandit than a statesman.
She Arrives on Time Memo, of Her
The S. S. City of Now York, F. H.
Johnston, commander, arrived to
day from the Orient aud docked at
the Pacific Mail dock. With a
few Chinese steerage she had only
three cabin passengers for this port,
and twenty-six tons of freight.
There was a largo crowd of peoplo
at the wharf as tho steamer came in,
who were allowed on board as soon
as sho docked. Tho usual variety
of Oriental curiosities in tho shape
of canary birds, parrots, monkeys
and pups were in abuudance, and
met with ready sale. In an impro
vised room iu tho forward part of
tho steamer several Chinamon at
tracted tho attention of a number of
people, it being au opium smoking
room, aud the Celestials were "hit-
tiug tho pipe. A large number of
visitors made a visit of inspection to
tho steamer. Tho following is Pur
ser Richardson's memorandum of
Sailed irom Hongkong July 12th
at 2:32 p. in., arrived at Nagasaki
J uly 16th at 12:15 a. in., sailed same
day at 5:03 p. m. Passed through
Shiminosaki Straits July 17th at
daylight, arrived at Kobe July 18th
at 1:1.7 a. m., sailed same day at 5:52
p. m., arrived at Yokohama J uly 19th
at 10 p. m., sailed July 22nd at 10:22
a. in., crossed the 180th meridian
July 29th at noon, arrived at this
port Aug. 3rd at 12 noon. Had con
tinuous strong easterly winds and
heavy head seas since leaving Yoko
hama. The City of Now York will leave
for San Francisco at 10:30 o'clock
this evening, tho mail closing at 9:30
CHANCE FOR ART PATRONS.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Stoi e of H. Hackfeld & Co
I will sell at Public Auction for account of
whom it may concern the following
Damaged by Bait Water on voyage of
portation per German bark "Q. N. wile
H. & CO.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
" My son has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several months, and after trying
6everalprescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up, i can recom
Rector. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note of
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. GRr.EN.Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
Hawaiian Hartware Co.,
By Lewis J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OF
Water Colors, Etc, Etc.
C93-797 21 bdls each, 10 Sheets Corrugated
Iron. 8 feet, 4U35 lbs.
19S-5S7 1 btll each, U Sheets Conjugated
Iron, 0 feet, 2.J2 lbs.
873-9624 bdls each, 12 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, (i feet, Olil lbs.
903-10317 bdls each, 10 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, 7 feet, 1010 lbs.
10G8-11'0 5 bdls each, 9 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, 8 feet, 1212 lbs.
1173-12.59 8 bdls each, 8 Sheets Corrugated
Iron, 9 feet, liMS lbs.
Also, nt the same timo
150 Bbls White Bros. Portland Cement
In good order.
Jets. IF. IMorgan.,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, by order of
CHING ON, Assignee of the Estate
of Chun Va Sing,
2 CAKHIAGE HORSES,
1 PASSENGER EXPRESS,
1 SINGLE HARNESS.
I am instructed by T. U. Walker, Esq..
H. B. M. Vice-Consul, Administrator of
the Estate of It. C. Unrnfield, deceased, I
will sell at Public Auction
AT THE ARLINGTON
On SATURDAY, Aug. 5,
AT 11 O'CLOOK A. M
All the Effects of tho late R. C. BarnCeld,
Oil Paintings, Water Colors,
1 Violin, 1 Guitar, Easels, Etc.
1 Flioto Oazxiera,
SxlO complete, by Lancaster A Sons, Bir
mingham, England, and
1 Zeiss Anastigmatic Lens,
Plates, Negatives, Chemicals,
Printing Outfit, ctct etc.
Also a Collection of
S. S. Island, Chinese and Hawaiian Curios,
IT8? The whole will bo on view at the
Arlington on Friday, Aug. 4th, from 10
A. M. to 3 l'. M.
Lewis J. Levey,
A Little Circus.
A Choice Collection
the Late R. C.
Tho pictures and other effects be
longing to the ostuto of the late Mr.
K. (J. iJarnlield havo been arranged
in tho old Arlington dining room,
Hotel street. Tho picttnes include
sketches both in oil and water colors,
together with several clover pen and
ink drawing. Amongst tho wator
colors, aro bovoral extremely oharin-
sltotches ol .Hawaiian
nitr slioteuus ol Hawaiian sconerv.
Thero was a little circus at tho feuuh as ilanaloi Vallov. Hanainaulu.
Pantheon hack stand about sunset Nawiliwili Bay, Kualakekua Bay,
yesterday. A traiuor was sotting out Honolulu, etc. A capital picture oi
wiiii a young uuio m a uraise niui, i a man smoKiiig a pine is worthy ol
Mr. Barntiold before coming to tlie.se
islands, lived for somo timo at tho
I'hoonix group. There aro somo
nice sketches of that part of tho
South Seas iu tho collection, also of
tho famous Hawaiian man-o'-wartho
Explorer, now the Kaimiloa, '
Tho principal oil painting is ono
of Esquimault harbor; and a study
from hfo by tho woll-kiiown Prot.
Legros of tho South Kensington
Art Schools, who is famous for his
rapid manipulation of tho brush, is
well worthy tho attention of art
Tho pictuies havo all been tickot
od and priced, and will bo offered
for private sale to-morrow (Friday )
tho balance unsold will be disposed
of by auction on Saturday by L. J.
Besidos tho pictures, thoro is a fino
8x10 English Uarnora and outfit by
Lancaster, a sweet toned violin and
a numbor of curios, artists colors,
Those who aro fond of really good
works of art should certainly call in
at tho Arlington and secure some of
tho beautiful paintings now offered
I am instructed by Mr. M. DAVIS, who
Is retirini; from business, to sell at Public
Auction WITHOUT ANY RESERVE
boro tho marks of a hundred strug- montiou, and thoio is a
gles with untamed colls. Tho horse ' flower and bird studio?.
performed a ".sunt dance, as a .Main
sport described it, and then turning
round in tho shafts bowed good
evening to tho driver. This per
formance tightened the harness un- ,
comfortably, and after chasso.ing
right and loft the horse lay down,
Thoro were at once seventeen expert I
horsemen on tho scone, who dovol-1
oped thoir presence by each giving i
separate and distinct advico to tho
driver on how to got that horso right I
side up and right end foremost.
Ho quietly took his own way about
his owu business just like an editor
or a hotol-keopor and was soon fly
ing up Fort street steering the nerv
ous crittor. Tho horso is probably
fit for a hack to-day.
Mr. Thomas Batto, editor of tho
Graphic, Toxarkaua, Arkausas, has
found what ho bolioves to be tho
best reniod- iu oxistonco for the flux.
His experience is well worth retnoin
boring. Ho says: "Last summer I
had a very Fovoro attack of llux. I
tried almost ovory known remedy,
none giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea llomo
dy was recommended to mo. 1 pur
chased a bottle and roceived almost
immediate relief. I continued to For a lauio back or for a pain in
uso tho inodiciuo and woh ontiroly ! tho Bido or chest, try saturating a
cured. I take ploasuro iu recom- piece of ilautiol with Chamberlain's
uiuuding this remedy to any person i Pain Balm aud biiidiug it outo tho
buffering with such a disease, us iu ' affected parts, This treatment will
my opinion it Ls thu Ixist roodiciuo euro uuy ordinary cuso iuonu or two
iu oxistuiu'o." 25 and ftO cent bottles I days. Pain Jinliu also euros rheum
for sale by all dealers. Benson, utism. 50 cent bottles for suit) by
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawal- all doulura. Boiibou, Smith & Co.,
(au Itluuds. agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
We Having Just Received
ANOTHER FULL CARGO OF
HAY and GRAIN
Per Hawaiian Rark "Mauna Ala,"
1500 Bales of Laro and Hav.
2000 Bans Surprise No. 1 White and
2000 Bags Whole Barley.
1000 Bags Rolled Barlev.
3500 Bags Coarse and Finn Bran.
MO Bags Middlings.
3U0 Bags Mixed Feed.
200 Bags Choice Wheat.
L'OCl Bags Cracked Corn.
100 Bags Rolled Oats.
100 Bags Small Yellow Com.
TO Bags Oil Cake Meal.
We selected these Goods during our last
trip to tho Coast, thoy aro
ALL FIRST GLASS
And cost no moie than poorer qualities
now ou the market.
Give Us a Trial 1
Bed Rock Prices!
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
AT 3&2r SAXjEJSR-OOMS
The Whole of his Stock of Merchandise,
BOOTS axd SHOES,
Straw and Felt Hats. Clothing,
Suspenders, Blankets, Underclothing,
White and Colored Shirts,
Hosiery, Towels. Collars, Cutlery,
Waterproof Clothing, etc., etc. Also
2 Large Nickel Plated Show Cases
Step Ladder, Furniture, Etc., Etc.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
KING a WRIGHT, Props.
NOTICE IS HRREBY GIVEN THAT
in accordance with the law in such
cae made and provided, I will cause to be
sold the Household Furniture, etc., of Ma
kolo taken hy mu in distraining for rent,
I Singer Sewing Mnchine, 1 Guitar, 1
Clock, -1 Post Bedstead, 2 Mattrasses. Mir
ror and Pictures, Sundry Lot Clothing,
Said sale will take place at the Auction
Salesrooms of Lewis J. Levey, corner of
Fort aud Queen streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
70J-1M M. CAVALHO.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOUIINED MEETING OF
the Hawaiian Hahuwaiik Co,, (L'd),
held August 3, 1S!H, the following Ofllcers
were duly elected for thu ensiling yeur:
E. It. Hendry . President it Manauer
John Ena Vico-Pieiidcnt
H. M, von Holt Secretary & Treasurer
Godfiey Brown Auditor
Tho above and Cecil Brown constituting
tho Board of Directors.
H. M. VON HOLT,
Honolulu, Aug. 3, 1803. 7fU-3t
Job Printing neatly and prtimptltl
issMiflVrf ni ik BvXUltn prtn.
AUCTION V ROOMS
P. W. BAUER,
Auctioneer, Commission Agent,
Broker, Forwardlau aud SkJnpiuu
Fruit Consignment Agent.
Saturday, July 89, 1898.
The yarn about the China
man dying the tail feathers of
canaries and passing them ofi
as a new species of feathery
songsters is equal to the one
about the man from Jaytown
who paid a ventriloquist $500
for a white owl believing it to
be a new species of parrot.
There's tricks 'in all trades but
ours. You may wash our
Cages or scrape them with a
knife, you can't get the brass
off they're solid metal all the
The amount of building go
ing on in Honolulu is sugges
tive of a boom a building
boom rather than a peace des
troying land boom; and these
improvements suggest others,
bath tubs for instance, not the
flimsy zinc affairs but the hand
some Enamelled Tubs which
you see advertised by the
Standard MTg Co. in all the
magazines. There's no need
for you to send off to the
States for them, we can show
you an assortment large
enough for anyone.
Our California agents sent
us some new fangled Key
Rings by the "Castle" that
ought to take well. They're
decidedly easy of manipula
tion and very cheap. We
have also a lot of Key Rings
ot the conventional patterns
such as you have been using
for the past twenty years.
The styles are varied and the
The Red and White Glass
ware proved such a go that
we have replenished our stock.
The tall Water or Lemonade
Tankards beautifully cut will
grace any table. We have
also the Salad Bowls, Dishes
and Glass Tumblers to match
the tankard. The price will
win your admiration as quickly
as the ware.
If you wish to know how
rapidly and well brass work
may be cleaned with Liquid
Putz. watch the artist at Mc-
Inerny's corner any morning
as you come down to business.
It is decidedly the best polish
for Brass, Copper, Zinc, Steel,
Tin, Bronze, Gold or Silver, a
half dozen rubs and the arucle
is handsomely burnished.
A month hence and the nim
rods will be preparing for an
active campaign against native
ducks. Sportsmen are as fas
tidious about their ammunition
as the average woman is about
her baster bonnet, the dealer
must cater to the wants of the
man who swears by Wood
powder as well as those who
believe Schultze and S. S. to
be the only powder fit to use
in a gun. When the season
opens we will have a supply
of the best "loaded to order"
Cartridges obtainable. Our
orders for the fall supply have
gone lorward ana tne stocK
will be here in ample time for
the Sept. 1st sports. We have
in stock some of the best
Cleaning Rods that ever en
tered a gun, and we have also
handsome Sole Leather Shell
Cases, Last year we imported
a few on special orders, this
year we will keep them in
stock if the public will allow
us to; we would rather sell
A few Soup Ladles of ex
ceptionally neat designs came
to us the other day and are
ready to go to you. Nearly
every one uses them and when
you want a new one why not
get something new in pattern.
We have them to show you or
Ever since the Hendry
Breaker was introduced here
and proven a success we have
been working on a plan for an
improved Double Furrow
Plow. We received a few by
the "Castle," two of them
were shipped away Friday.
It's the best Double Furrow
Plow ever made.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oornor Sort Se Hotel streets.
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I beg to Inform tho Ladles that I havo received n Largo and Com
plete Lino of tho Celebrated
Diamond Bye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Llsloand Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BALBHIGAN
im-a-rsio uiwv FANrj,, OIENWOKK ijISijE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
mr Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -
WHERE GKEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices a.s .A.c3.vertisecl in. xny Windows !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am offerinc Extra Inducements in that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
3yCa.n-u.fa.ot-u.rers' Samples !
IN SWISS, Al'LIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
.New Designs I Very Olaoio FatteriiS I
8SST" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows "a
Giarteiin. ZMZetterials I s
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
ysr "WE SH53STD OUT -a
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
ASD Cases I
10 Dozen I
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
3S.S TTort. 3tveat..
Tlonolulvi, H. I.
100 M Four-in-Hands
"Wort:ti SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortli 7"S Oerxts.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opnoalto Hprtol;ola' IJIook,
. TREGLOAN & SON.