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Bftlo of lioaso of Grown Land in
North Konn, Island of Hawaii.
By order of tho Commissioners of Crown
Lands, Mr. James P. Morgan will soil at
jmbllo auction, at his Balosroom, oil
THURSDAY, August 10th next, nt 12
o'clock noon, the lease of that tract of land
situated at North Koua, Island of Hawaii,
known as tho Almpuua of I'uuwnnwna and
containing 10,000 acres, more or less.
Term 25 years.
Kent (upset) $;s;0 per annum, payable
semi-unnually in advance.
The' Lease to bo sold under the following
1st To keop up the Forest to its present
2d To keep the Luntana from making
any further headway.
3d To put upon the land within 3 years
from commencement of lease substantial
Improvements of a permanent character to
tho value of $3000.
Intending bidder must previous to the
salo satisfy tho Commissioners of their
financial ability to curry out tho covenants
of the proposed lease.
For further particulars, apply to
0. P. IAUKEA,
Agent of Crown Lands, at the Court House.
Oillee Commissioners of Crown Lands,
Honolulu, July 17th 1S03.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, AUG. i, 1893.
Away over in Japan the intelligent
sentiment condemns the Hawaiian
conspiracy and filibustering Amer
ican Minister who gave it comfort
and support. An article from the
Japan Gazette republished in this
issue probably voices the opinion of
the English-speaking residents of
Yokohama in general.
Little respect is given by tho New
York Times to the "reasons" ad
vanced by ex-Minister Stevens for
his course in Hawaii. The Time3
rightly considors the "reasons" as
virtually a confession of conduct en
tirely opposed to American ideas
and principles of liberty. As the
Times is one of the most influential
papers in tho United States, its crit
icism and censure of Mr. Stevens
will strengthen the cause of justice
to Hawaii in that country.
It does not take much to change
tho despondency of the Government
organs over annexation prospects
into ecstasy at every appearance of
concession or submission to the P.
G. on the part of the constitution
alists. Because a number of oppo
nents of the presently triumphant
conspiracy have paid their taxes,
tho organs whip themselves into a
perfect frenzy of seeming jubilation.
As-nobody wants the ordinary affairs
of tho country to come to a stand
still, while the situation is entirely
at tho disposition of tho United
States Government, tho wild exuber
ance of the organs only serves to
make them supremely ridiculous.
It will be time enough for taxpayers
of Hawaii to take their stand on the
fundamental American doctrine,
"No taxation without representa
tion," when tho United States has
decided whether or not sho shall
confirm tho fraudulent conquest of
the torritory and inhabitants of this
weak but friendly nation.
Have over more infernal lies than
the following from the Advertiser
been printed: "Within a short time
tho finance department has reduced
tho outstanding current accounts
from some 567,000 to $14,000, and the
merchants of Honolulu are receiving
their money promptly for tho first
timo iu years. Within the past six
months men havo received payment
of bills contracted under the mon
archy, which had long boon given
up as worthless." With tho excep
tion Of brief poriods between tho
close of the biennial period and tho
passage of the new appropriation
bill, and possibly a short term before
the annual collodion of taxes, there
has novor been either difficulty or
delay in tho payment of claims
against tho Government at any timo
under the monarchy. If bills con
tracted under tho monarchy had
boon given up as worthless, it could
havo boon for no other reason than
want of confidence iu the Provi
sional Government, which alone was
responsible for their payment. All
tho crowing about money in tho
treasury, which represents a largo
iucrease in the public debt from tho
sale at n discount of national bonds
that, under tint monarchy, usually
commanded u premium in tho local
market, will induct) in the minds of
men of sense only contempt for the
chanticleers of tho new dUpuusa
tiou. "Cash on tho nail for goojn
bold tho Govurnmuut, or work dorju
for it," tho gross papfod prevaricator
continues, "is a now departure in
Hawaii." Siuoe the fresh taxes bo
gau coming in, and some shrewd
speculators havo taken advautago of
tho Government's necessity to rako
in bonds at a discount, tho pavtnont
of bills has becomo a now doparturo
indeed for tho Provisional Govern
ment. It is doubtful if tho public
creditors havo ever in tho history
of the country boon kept lougor out
of their monoy than sinco tho P. G.
has taken over the treasury. It is a
terrible scandal, suroly, that tho P.
G. should havo to pay bills incurred
under the monarchy 1 Who olso
should pay thorn? Tho Advertiser's
prating may docoive people abroad,
what it is intended for, but oven tho
supportors of tho P. G. must smilo
dorisively at such unmitigated bosh
on the financial conditions. Evon
with all tho increase in tho national
debt, continuing right along, and tho
handsomo increments to the treas
ury from tho spoliation of tho Crown
Land revenues, tho Provisional Gov
ernment shows an actual cash deficit
of 160,577.65 in its first six months
of administration. What a grand
result to brag about!
Mr. A. S. Hartwoll is to tho foro
iu this morning's Advertisor, with
another of his quack nostrums for
tho healing of a supposed public ill.
Tho supposed ill consists in tho al
leged "excessive glut of criminal ap
peals in trilling matters," ana tho
brainy author of the proposed now
decoction declares that "tho time of
tho Circuit Judges, as well as of tho
juries ought not to be at tho morcy
of the raft of opium smokers, cho fa
players, swipos sollors aud hoodlum
assault cases, all of whom figuro so
largely in the court calendar." Now,
here's richness; to see tho loader of
tho Hawaiian bar delivering himself
of such twaddle. But tho gentle
man's remarks becomo especially in
teresting when read in connection
with a study of the calendar for the
approaching August term of the
Circuit Court. On that oaloudar
appear 77 criminal cases, many of
them concerning offenses such as
he has enumerated, but the new
regulator's name appears, as coun
sel, in only three of them. I leave
it to tho reading public to determine
whether the acidity of the fruit had
any intiuenco upon the mind aud
comments of its critic. If the "raft
of opium smokers, cho fa players,
swipes sellors" et hoc genus omne, are
so unappreciativo of legal talent and
virtue as not to retain Mr. Hartwoll
iu their defense, who shall assert
that they should not bo railroaded
into the chaining by tho shortest
practicable route, aud with tho scan
tiest possible ceremony?
Tho ex-Judge refers to these
classes of cases as "trilling matters."
To whom are they "trifliug," besides
Mr. Hartwoll aim other unretameu
attorneys, if any? It is little short
of dazzling to contemplato tho
tnonnot cr nfnmnr own nOTrolini' i
1UUUUU1) DV 1ULUJV UUU batQUOl) U
which Mr. H. would dispose of the
libertios of the defendants in these
"trifling" cases in which he has not
been retained. Tho celerity and cer
tainty with which ho would furnish
them with accommodation on the
reef, reminds me of nothing so much
as of the patriotism of Artemus
Word, who was willing to sacrifice
all his wife's relations to suppress
the American Rebellion.
I regard the proposition as offen
sive and impudent which suggests a
possible curtailment of the right of
trial by jury. Tho ex-Judge's half
concealed lament that some of these
defendants are likely to be acquitted
by a jury is tho reverse of creditable
to a member of tho Bar, which frater
nity in ovory laud over has beon and
ever should be foremost in tho advo
cacy aud defense of the rights and
liberties of the people.
It is apparent that tho Govern
ment (of which Mr. Hartwoll is un
derstood to bo an ardent supporter),
does not deem this "raft" of cases
too "trifling" to prosecute, and to
demand severe penalties. Some of
the "raft of opium smokers" (or
alleged sellers of tho drug) havo
been mulct in fines of $500, and six
mouths' imprisonment, which tho
present humane and virtuous Gov
ernment has thought sufficiently
lenient for a minimum penalty in
such cases. If Mr. Hartwoll is anx
ious to avoid the plethora of "trifling"
cases upon the Calendar, why not
exert his influence with Brother-in-law
Smith, who is popularly sup
posed, by virtue of ouo of his several
official positions, to bo tho presiding
geuius of public prosecutions? Such
influence might avail to securo a
weeding out of those cases wherein
tho only "trifling" feature is tho evi
dence for tho prosecution.
As to tho lament that "the timo of
the Circuit Judges ought not
to bo at tho morcy of the raft of
opium smokers," etc., permit me to
inquiro what are tho Circuit Judges
anil othor Court ofiioials thoro for
and why are they drawing salarios
from the public purse?
C. W. Ashford.
The success of Mrs. Annie M
Beam, of MoKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in the treatment of diarrhoea iu her
childreu will undoubtedly be of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
"I spont sovoral weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after the great flood, oil account
of my husband being employed
there. Wo had several children with
us, two of whom took tho diarrhwa
vory badly. 1 got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhuia
Homody from Kov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. 1 knew of
several other cases whore it was
equally successful. 1 think it can
not be excelled and cheerfully re
commend it." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for salo by all tlealorh, Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
rpHK WEEKLY JiULLKTlN-iW COl,
X. umuu vi Interesting Reudlnts Mutter.
Iilnnd), H; mailed to foreUn oountrln,l5.
Mndamo do Horblay Demurs Presi
dent Dole on the Bench.
Einilio do Horblay, by hor attor
neys, Paul Neumann and Carter &
Cartor, has filod a demurrer to tho
bill in equity brought by Samuel
Norris to annul tho judgment against
him in tho Circuit Court, affirmed
by tho Supreme Court. The cause
of demurror id that tho bill does
not stato such a case ns wouldonti
tlo tho complainant to any relief in
a court of equity.
Judgo Coopor has granted tho
petition for temporary alimony of
Mrs. Lazarus against Joseph Laza
rus ponding tho rosult of his divorco
suit and hor cross suit for sopara-
$50 attorney's feo and $25 costs of
Timo for tho administrator of J.
F. O. Banning to file his accounts is
oxtendod to tho 14th inst.
Prosidont Dolo, by agreement of
both parties, was to-day hoariug
conclusion of argument, begun bo
fore him when a Justice of the Su
premo Court, in tho case of Queon
Kapiolani vs. S. W. Malicious, a bill
in equity to cancel an allegedly
fraudulent deod. Aftor argumont
for tho plaintiff, the hoaring was
furthor continued till Wednesday
next. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff; C.
W. Ashford for defendant.
tlUUt liu 19 lu IJtiv uui iiav' u wuun,
New Billiard Game.
"Bottle pool" is all tho rage at
one of tho pool billiard tables of the
Hotol. Pockots and caroms count
one each. Tho loathor bottle, used
for shaking tho numbors in, is put
nose down on the middle of tho
table, and when knocked ovor, with
either object or cue ball, after an
object ball is hit counts five. If the
bottle is reversed by tho blow and
rests on its bottom the player wins
tho game without counting. Other
wise the game is won by 31 points,
but if a player overrun this number
ho forfeits his whole score, and has
to begin anew on a' clean string.
The advertising of Hood's Sarsa
parilla appeals to tho sober, common
souse of thinking people, because it
is true; and it is always fully sub-
stantiated by endorsements which in
tho financial world would be ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. They tell tho story Hood's
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headache, con
We Having Just Received
ANOTHER FULL CARGO OF
HAY and GRAIN
Per Hawaiian Bark "Mauna Ala,"
1500 Bales of Large and Hay.
2OU0 Bans Surprise No. 1 White and
2000 Bags Whole Barley.
1000 Bags Rolled Barlev.
3500 Bags Coarse and i'ine Bran.
000 Bags Middlings.
300 Bags Mixed Feed.
200 Bags Choice Wheat.
200 Bags Cracked Corn.
100 Bags Rolled Oats.
100 Bags Bmall Yellow Corn.
70 Bags Oil Cake Meal.
We selectod these Goods during our last
trip to the Coast, thoy are
ALL FIRST CLASS
And cost no more than poorer qualities
now on the market.
Give Us a Trial !
Bed Rock Prices!
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
KING & WRIGHT, - - Props.
704 lm-32 It
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARTURE I
will sell out my Harbor Shop includ
ing Furniture uud Fixtures at a very low
No. 107 King street.
LAWN MOWERS TO LET BY THE
day, week or month' Ropairlug,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when required. Muchines
called for und returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
nocessary urouud tho house or utable.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 1S2.
m.H N Y lUUlOICHH.
ALL PARTIES DESIRING TO 00 TO
Wiilukeuknu Fulls in Manoa Valley
uro hereby requested to obtain u permis
sion from the undersigned, otherwise they
will be prosecuted for trespass if found on
the premises without sueli permission,
JAB. 11. BOYD,
at the Lund Oillee, Supremo Court Build-
Honolulu, June 17, lBffl. 7ftMf
All kinds o Commeroiul Mutiny
promptly executed at low rale at the
How does ho feol ? -He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel thesa'ne way
August Flower tho Remedy.
Mowdoos he feol? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower tho Romody.
How does he fool? He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How does he feol? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower tho Rem
edy. How does he feel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower the
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, D. S. A.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, Aug.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
1 will sell nt Public Auction, bv order of
CHING ON, Assignee of the Estate
of Chun Wa Sing,
2 CARRIAGE HORSES,
1 PASSENGER EXPRESS,
1 SINGLE HARNESS.
Jas. F. Morgan,
By Lewis J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OP
Water Colors, Etc., Etc.
I am instructed by T. R. Walker, Esq.,
H. B. M. Vice-Consul, Administrator of
the Estate of R. C. Barniield, deceased, I
will sell at Public Auction
AT THE ARLINGTON
On SATURDAY, Aug. 5,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M..
All Hie Effects of the late R. C. Barnfield,
Oil Paintings, Water Colors,
1 Violin, 1 Guitar, Easels, Etc.
1 Flioto Camera
8x10 complete, by Lancaster & Sons, Bir
mingham, England, and
1 Zeiss Anastigmatic Lens,
Plates, Negatives, Chemicals,
Printing Outfit, ete.t etc.
Also a Collection of
S. S. Island, Chinese and Hawaiian Curios.
tt The whole will be on view at the
Arlington on Friday, Aug. 4th, from 10
a. m. to 3 1. M.
Lewis J. Levey,
I am Instructed by Mb. M. DAVIS, who
is retiring from business, to sell at I'tiblle
Auction WITHOUT ANY RESERVE
On TUESDAY, Aug. 8th,
at 10 o'clock a. m.,
at :m:y saliBsrooms
The Whole of his Stock of Merchandise,
BOOTS a. SHOES,
Straw nnd 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.
NOTICE IS HEREBY RIVEN THAT
In necordaiicu with the law iu such
ease made ami provided, I will cause to be
sold the Household Furniture, etc., of Ma
kolo taken by me lu distraining for rent,
to wit i
I Singer Sewing Machine, 1 Guitar, 1
Clock, 1 Post Bedstead, a Muttrusscs, Mir
ror and Pictures, Sundry Lot Clothing,
Said sale will take placo at the Auction
Salesrooms of Lewis J. Lowy, corner of
Fort ond Queen streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
mi-16t M. CAVALHO.
The Daily Bulletin U delivered by
carrier i fur 60 wni pr month.
Satw'day, July 89, 1S93.
The yarn about the China
man dying the tail feathers of
canaries and passing them ofl
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 M'i'g 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
ol 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 article
is handsomely burnished.
A month hence and the nim
rods will be preparing for an
active campaign against native
ducks, bportsmen are as ias-
, tidious about their ammunition
as the average woman is about
her Easter 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 forward and the stock
will be here in ample time for
the Sept. 1 st 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.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'rt
0Ksito Hpruokulb' Uloolc,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner yort Se Hotel Streets.
TWO GREATlPECIALTIES !
I beg to Inform tho Indies that I havo received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of the Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladle, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisloand Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK SOCKS IN BALBRIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWOKIC LISLE S0CR8 IN FAST BLACK
I CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
oar Commencing SATURDAY the 13th,
WHERE GREAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A.c3.-vertisecl in nay "Wixicio-ws !
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am ollering Extra Inducements in that line. Received about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CURTAINS
le,rL-u.faot-u.rers' Seincrples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
JT-w Designs I Vory Olxoloe Patterns I
r Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows "a
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Nestles' .'. Food
IS THE BEST.
We Guarantee Every Package
8" "WE SB3STID OXJT "a
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
1QO Dozen I
1920 Packages I
' JTOR SALE BY T1IE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SS2S3 'F'ort St.rpot. - - - HorLOltalvi, H. I.
100 Doz. Four-111-Hands
PhV AlllllfllPi ili
"Wortlx 50 OerLts.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S, TREGLOAN k SON.