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THB DAILY 1LLBTIN.
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, AUG. 7, 1893.
Much intoresl is reported, to havo
boon aroused iu Qormany by tho
announcement that Prof. Etnuiorich,
of Munich, and his assistant, l'rof.
T. Suboi, of Tokio, havo discovered
that Asiatic cholera is essentially a
poisoning with nitric acid generated
by Koch's comma bacilli. If tho
cause is discovored, tho cure ought
to bo forthcoming.
Profound regret will bo felt on all
sides at tho departure of His Excel
lency J. H. Blount. Both as tho
Special Commissioner of President
Cleveland and the Minister Pleni
potentiary of the United States, his
duties at onco arduous and delicate
havo been performed with the finest
courtesy toward all who have been
brought iu contact with him.
It was from tho Provisional Gov- .
erumeut's Commissioners to Wash
ington that tho throat first became ,
public of offering those islands to '
Great Britain if tho United States
declined to accept them. Later it '
was newspaper correspondents who
professed to nave the inside track
for information from tho Provisional
Government, who gave tho United
States people to understand that ;
Great Britain would bo appealed to
for guardianship, should tho United
States Government rofuse to accept
tho gift of tho group. Iu view of
these facts, it is highly amusing just
now to witness the outbreak of
Auglophobia in tho morning organ ,
of the P. G. Tho subject of tho
malad3- is evidently in a state of
constornation lest tho omployniout
of tho "English scare," to force the
hand of the United States, shall ,
prove to bo a case of playing with
firo, in which somebody's fingers I
may be burnt. How do tho British
born contingent of tho revolutionists
tho Waterhouses, Young, Brown,
Soper and others liko to be stigma
tized as all that is vile on account of
their national', bj tho organ of
tho government they havo helped to
create? Vorily, they havo part of i
their reward! !
The CaUfornian for August.
Tho August CaUfornian, with the
exception of tho brilliant Columbian
issue for July, is one of tho finest
numbers over published. Among its
varied attractions are three complete
stories, the first of which "A Smoth
ered Fire," by Harriot Prescott
Spofford, is a brilliant narrative of
n woman's heroism aud self-renunciation.
"Tho Caverns of Clo," by
Verner C. Heed, is a tale of a lost
tribo in the Laud of the Montezu
nias and is embellishod with many
striking illustrations, while tho
"Romance of Yono-San," by John
W. Wood, is a Japanese story, which
has the distinction of being illustra
ted bv a native .Japanese artist.
The "Division ot a State," is the
subject of able arguments, pro and
con, by Hon. Morris M. Esteo and
Hon. Abbot Kinney, which will bo
eagerly read by Califoruians and by
all public-spirited citizens through
out tho country. There is alwaj-s a
romantic charm about Siam tho
Land of tho White Elephant and.
one's dream of Orientalism is much
enhanced by the Miporbly illustrat
ed article by S. E. Cirrington. The
article is particularly timely in view
of tho international complications
in which tho kingdom has become
For out-of-door articles tho read
ers of tho August Californiau will
turn with especial pleasure to
''Climbing Shasta," by Mark Sibley
Severance. "Down" a Summer
Stream," by John J. Edmonstou is
an article on Tiout Fishing, not tho
least charm of which is tho delight
fully desultory way in which the
wriierindulgesin the sport. "Among
the Wild (.'liaise-?,'' by Genevieve L.
Browne, is also provocativo of a do
biro to loll on tho breezy hillsides or
in the meadows, and search out their
"A Modern Hesperidos," by D. B.
Weir, is a historj- of orange aud
lemon culture, and the facts of mod
ern expert horticulture in tho great
citrus belts of California are care
fully presented. Thoro is an article
on "A Navajo Blanket," by J. J.
John Vance Cheney has prepared
another of his critical essays with
Blako, tho poet-artist for his subject.
Prof. Holdou, Director of Lick Ob
servatory, gives a thrilling account
of firo-lighting on Mount Hamilton;
Dan do Quillo tolls some now anil
funny stories of Artemus Ward, tho
Chinese series of articles is augmen
ted by a history of tho famous Six.
Companies, and there are poems b
Ella Wheolor Wilcox, Ina Coolb
Tho sncL-e.sa of .Mrs. Annio AI
Beam, of AIoKcosport, J'omisylraiiia,
iu tho treatment of diurrhiu'a in her
children will tuidouhtodly bo of in
terest to many mothers. She saym
'I spout sovoral weoks in Jonsfowii,
Pa., aftor tho groat flood, on account
of my husband bohiL' employed
there. Wo had several ciiildrou with
us, two of whom look the diarrhoea
very badly, I got some of Chambor
lain'o Colic, Cholera and Diarrlicca
liemody fiom Kov. Air. Chapman.
it cured both of thorn. 1 know of
fcuveral other cases where it was
(Hjually successful. 1 think it can
not bo excelled aud cheerfully re
commend it," 25 aud 50 cent bot
tles for bale by idl deulorn. Benson,
Smith & Co., ageuU fur tho liuwui
OIBCUIT OOUBT JUB.Y TEttM.
Lnrgo Attonjflnnra of Lnwyorri at tty)
Oponiiiff This morning,
Tho August term of tho Circuit
"Court of tho First Judicial Circuit
opeued at 10 o'clock this moruiug,
in the main courtroom of tho Judi
cinry building. Judge Whiting pro
sides for tho term. Judge Cooper
boing present with him at tho open
ing. Thoro was a large attendance of
tho bar, viz.: W. O. Smith, Attor-noy-Gencral;
G. K. Wilder, Doputy
Attorney-General; A. S. Hart wall,
W. II. Castle, Paul Neumann, A.
Ho.a, J. L. Kaulukou, C. W. Ash
ford, A. P. Peterson, C. Croighton,
v. v. Asiironl, Cecil Urown, J. Na
wahi, J. M. Davidson, F. M. Hatch,
W. A. Kinuev, J. M. Mousarrat, J.
A. Magoon, E, IF. Ward, C. L. Car
ter, W. C. Aehi, S. K. Knno, J. M.
Poepoo, J. K. Kahookano, E. John
son, J. Kaulin, J. M. Kanoakua, A.
Perry, A. W. Carter and A. G. M.
Kobertson 31) iu all.
OHicers of tho Court present wore:
F. Wundeuborg, doputy clerk; J. W.
Jones, stenographer; W. Luther
Wilcox, Hawaiian interpreter; Li
Cheung, Chinese interpreter; F. W.
Tho calendar was called off, coun
sel in most cases declaring their
readiness. In tho case of C. A.
Brown vs. Bulletin Publishing Co.,
trespass on tho case, Mr. Hatch for
plaintiff asked for a continuance on
tno ground ot msumciont sorvico.
Mr. Ashford for tho defendant had a
declaration ready to plead want of j
jurisdiction, which ho reserved in
view of plaintiffs action until ho
could consult his client. In tho lan
guage of laymen tho suit is one for
i 10,000 damages for libel.
After the calling of tho calendar,
Judge Whiting addressed tho gentle
men of the bar, s-ayiug that iu nearly
every case they had answered
"ready." and the Court hoped they
would bo readv so that tho business
of tho term would bo expedited. '
Next came tho presentation of in
Sam Mamnki, to manslaughter in '
tho third degree, ploaded not guilt-. '
The trial was set for this afternoon.
Davidson for prosecution; Castle for
defeudaut. This is tho case of a
Chinaman killed in a collision of
vehicles at Waialua. (
J. iu. Uusu was called tor iibel in
tho first degree. Tho Attoruoy
Genornl said tho alleged libel was
an attack on the financial position
of -the Provisional Government.
When defendant had been shown
that ho was mistaken in his publish
ed statements, he published an
apology that had been accepted by
the Government. Therefore ho (the
Attorney-General) would not prose
cute the case. Mr. Bush was there
Ailuono was charged with tho
. larceny of a gold watch. Mr. Kau
I lia asked that plea might be reserv
ed, aud tho Court gave till 9 o'clock
Nawai alias Namailou, charged
i with assault with a deadly weapon,
was at tho request of Mr. C. W. Ash-
' ford also allowed to reserve his plea.
Iu the case of E. E. Carey, charged
, with libel, Messrs. Hartwoll and
Peterson discussed an agreement,
whereby it was to bo continued
: along with a cross action of Carey
against Dr. Harrison for damages
Georgo Kyau was indicted for lar
ceny of crown jewels valued at
$1112. The Court, asked him if he
had counsel, whou he replied ho had
not, nor means to procure counsel.
He had some friends, but none who
would put up a counsel fee. The
Court accordingly allowed him to
reserve his plea until to-morrow
morning, until it could see about as
signing him counsel.
l'atnck Conly was indicted for
manslaughter iu tho first degree, for
the killing of a sailor on tho bark
Matilda on the 22d of February last.
Mr. Kaulukou asked for a copy of
the indictment iu tho Hawaiian lan
guage. The Attorney-General was
willing to grant the request, but the
Court said it could not be demand
ed as a right. As tho Attorney-General
was williug, however, time to
plead would bo given till to-morrow
G. C. Kenyon, charged with libel
in the first degree against ex-Miuis-tor
Stevens, ou the advice of Messrs.
Peterson and Croighton, waived
reading of tho iudictineut and was
allowed to reserve plea.
T. U. Walker and A. Sinclair,
uiiuigeil with foiispirauy against the
Provisional Uovuriimuiit, also waived
wading of tho iudiutuient and had
their plea reaenod.
Alalie and Ano woio brought up
on a charge of keeping a disorderly
house. Attorney-Geuoral Smith
asked for a nolle prosequi. Air.
Peterson for defendant objected, as
there were matters connected with
their arrest which it auis important
to bring before tho Court.
Ihe Attorney-General said that
on tho information obtained an in
vestigation would bo made into tho
conduct of the police. One of the
oilicers charged with misconduct
had been discharged already for
other reasons. It was not in the in
terests of the public to havo tho
case gone over in Court.
The Court decided that in view of
the Attornoy-Goueral's statement it
was better not to force a trial. Ho
therefore discharged tho girls.
Tho civil case oi Skinner & Co. vs.
G. W. Alaefarlano & Co.; Clans
Sprockets, garnishee, was annouueed
to bo discontinued.
Tho divorce case of George Wos
sols vs, Kekahuua Weasels was dis
continued. Hawaiian jury criminal cases were
bogun this afternoon with the trial
of Alamaki for manslaughter.
Rich, Bod Blood
As naturally results from tailing
Hood's banpanll:i as personal
uk'iuilinosa roH tilts from froo uso of
soap and water. This 'roat jmri
ihtr tliuruiio'lily oxpolh surolula, salt
rliuiini and all othur impiiriliio aud
builds upuvory orjfau of thu body.
Now is tho limn to talut it.
Sultiirlbo or the Daily Jlu(ltin, 60
(Vtif yr nxonth,
A ortnlaot match vrna fcft$t t,
tho old baseball ground, oft SaWf-
day, Aug. 5, nud resulted iu- ft fig;
tory for tho Lishmnn XI. by" 29
runs. Tho main foaturo of tho jiAmo
was tho batting of Messrs. Gardnor-t
and Lishman, who knocked up res
pectively 80 and 89 runs.- Tho score
MR. MSUMAS'S TEAM.
Rev. V. H. Kltcat b Mossman 0
G. Burnslde c and b Gardner. 1
W. (Stanley h Llghtfoot 0
J. Atkinson 1 b w Gardner 1
a. Lishman c Atkinson b Crick 1
J. 11. Alexander o Ross b Mossman 3
('. Hulgato not out 10
T. Lishman, retired S'J
V. Houcr o Uurdnor bMossuiau 0
M.Brasch run out 1
W. Lishman, run out 0
Byes 7, Widen 3, No Balls 1 11
Mn. mobsman's team.
F. Gardner c Bopcr b Burnslde 80
J. Llghtfoot c and b Uslmian 6
A. M. Howettb Burnslde 3
K. C. Crick b Llsliman 0
fl. Angus b Burnslde 0
D. Logan b Burnslde &
H. Mossmanc Kltcnt b Burnslde 1
I). Boss c Brasch b Lishman U
B. Pctrie b Lishman . 0
F. Law b Lishman .- t 0
J. Atkinson not out 0
Byes 8, Wide 1 0
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach tronble, and was for
all that time tinder treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James E. Dhdbrick,
Saugerties, New York.
V. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
By Lewis J. Levoy.
I am instructed by Mb. M. DAVIS, who
Is retiring from business, to sell at Public
Auction WITHOUT ANY RESERVE
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
A.T TAT S-AXjEJSR-OOMS
The Whole of his Stock of Merchandise,
Straw and Felt Hats, Clothing,
Suspenders, Blankets, Underclothing,
White aod Colored Shirts;
Ho-jiory, Towols. Collars, Cutlery,
Waterproof Clothing, etc., etc. Also
2 Large Nickel Plated Show Cases
Step Ladder, Furniture, Etc
' Oil TUESDAY, Aug.
AT l2 O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T MY SALESROOM
I will sell at Public Auction for account of
whom It may concern
Lewis J. Levey,
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN THAT
In accordance with the law In such
case mado and provided, I will cause to bo
sold the Hout-uuold Furniture, etc., of Ma
kolo taken by me in distraining for rent,
1 Singer Hewing Machine, 1 Guitar, 1
Cluck, 1 Post Bedstead, i!,Mattruses. Mir
ror and Pictures, Bundry Lot Clothing,
Htld hale will take place, at tho Auction
(Salesrooms of Lewis J. Iovey, corner of
Fort and Queen streets,
SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
ELECTION OF OEFIOEBB.
AT THE ADJOUItNED MEETING OF
the Hawaiian Hahuwauk Co,, (L'd),
held AtlRUbt 3, ISfM, the following Olllcera
wore duly eleowd for the ensuing year;
E. R. Hendry... Protldonttt Manauor
John Knu Vlcu-Prehidont
It, M. von Holt .Bocretory A- Treasurer
Godfrey Brown Auditor
tuott oi mlJ&'".Un,ym tonrtltut,ni!
HOnbtula, Autf, U, W.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'cl w
Saturday, Aug. 6, 180$,
"If yoti want water at night
catch it ;in the daytime;" says'
Brown. And if you want it
day or night buy an Aermotor
Several of the plantations
will begin grinding cane in a
few weeks and probably the
managers will leel the neces
sity for some new belting.
For some reason "Helvetia"
seems to be in demand for
centrifugals, and for the same
reason we have it in stock for
anyone who asks for it. In
quality it is the best.
We have it from a reliable
source that horned toads are
to be imported from the sunny
clime of Texas for the purpose
of ridding the Islands of the
blight. Just what will be re
quired a few years hence to
free the houses and lawns of
the toads is not stated.
Horned Toads are great pets
in Texas where they are some
what domesticated. In some
countries ladies frequently
take their toads with them
when they go calling; we may
have the same fad here in an
other six months, but in the
meantime if you want to have
your trees and hedges look
green and healthy leave an
order with us for a tin of in
secticide and a Lewis Combi
nation Spray Pump and use it.
Our stock of Bird Cages
came just in time to provide
homes for a number of birds
from China. The selection we
made this time seemed to be
satisfactory to the people
judging from the way we have
sold them during the past
week. We have them in solid
brass or painted for single or
married birds, and with all
i We would like your atten
tion for a little while on our
' stack of Brass Chandeliers
with metal or glass founts for
two, three or four lights.
' These goods are manifestly
the best of the kind, both in
' style and finish, ever sold
( here and we offer them to you
, a shade cheaper than you paid
I for the last one. This reduc-
I tion does not last indefinitely;
JlnnflATl 1 'yu want one, take this op
fiUlJllUll . , portunity to get it.
two articles we have not
mentioned in this column for a
long time, probably because
in good times they sold them
selves. Enamel Letters and
N..K- r- -.. K.. -
Umbers lor gates, houses or
them in every street in town,
but not on every house. We
want to put them there and
that's why we mention it. The
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J O C
YWWIJtr UIIbll.lllUII tVtbl WIV .1111
hat who undertook to number
the stores and houses gave up
the job when he was half
through. You can go on with
it yourself by the use of these
numbers and letters; they are
cheap enough and you can
put them on without the as
sistance of anyone. The other
article that has escaped notice
is the genuine Cocoanut Fibre
Hammock; strong enough to
hold two people, a very essen
tial point in buying a ham
mock. i Hawaiiau Hardware Co., L'd
OpjKXilto Hpruckela' Block,
We Having Just Received
ANOTHER FULL CARGO OP
HAY and GRAIN
1'or Hawaiian Bark "Mauna Ala,"
lfiOO Hales of Largo and Hay.
2000 Hags Surprise No. 1 W'hlte aud
2000 Bags Whole Barlov.
1000 Bogs Rolled Barley.
3500 Bags Coarse and Finn Bran.
600 Bans Middlliics.
300 Bags Mixed Kcod.
200 Bags Choice Wheat.
200 Bags Cracked Corn.
100 Bags Rolled Oats.
100 Bags Small Yellow Corn.
iu uags uu uiJKo aieai.
We selected theso Goods during our last
trip to tho Coast, tlioy aro
ALL FIRST CLASS
And cost no more than poorer qualities
now on tho market.
Give Us a Trial !
Bed Rock Prices!
ALL ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
KING & WRIGHT, - - Props.
704 lm-32 4t
To Lot or Lease.
TTOUSE TO LET ON
XX -Fort street, next to
dress "P. O
AT WAIKIKI, ON THE
Beach, a Furnished
Cottage with Cookhouse
accommodation. For par
ticulars inquire LSui.lktin Office,
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazino
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C, etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS
ONE BLOCK FltOM BE
rctania street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
taue of Six Rooms, Larce
Lot, Stable and Chickon House. Apply to
E. It. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LEASE OB FOB SALE.
THE PREMISES . AT
I'earl City, Ewa, with
thereon formerly occupied Kgiir JVH5.
by B. T. White. Terms reasonable and
possession givon at once. Apply to
795-2w JOHN 1 COLBURN.
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT '0.
MS Kintr street, lntulv
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy, i
commnini'ii!curooms. rar- 2u a.
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Btnoio in yarn; Arteman water mm on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
750-tf ABR. FERNANDEZ.
A NICELY FURNISHED
House on Punchbowl
street near Palace Walk, .
suitable for a small fumilv. '
it contains j'our itooms wiiu i-nmrv unu
Kitchen attached, also a Servant's liooiti,
Bathroom, Patent W. C, Carrlago Room
and Stables. Fruit Trees, Flowers and
Shrubs abound on the premises. A good
tenant is desirable. Apply at Bui.i.ktin
NEW COTTAGE NO. I.
OBTAINING FIVE ROOMS, ,AU,i
J Pantries to Kitchen anil
Dinincr-room. Kitchen and Dlu-
inu-room lloors painted, other rooms hainT
somclv iianercd aud finished: Patent W.
0., Bathroom, Servants' Room, Woodioom,
; Ohlokcn House and Yard. The Grounds
I i hi. i..i i.i..t t.....t.rn .
pruitunuuiwvtucu, uuiuuiiiiuK r run aiulti,
Mli fillip 'mill ItMtia nru Tlnitifi nrimilLiiu 11 fit
I UIMUUll 4t tl IIWIII'IBI A III dW jJIVtll tflliJ M W
luuiiiuu uiiu uiuuK jruui jjuiuiuuui nwuumitu
one mile from town. (Jan bo leaded )y u
Kood- partv ut a reasonable rent TO BlflT
NEW COTTAGE NO. 11.
riONTAINING BIX ROOMS,
, I T......I !).. 111..., 1I..I AT777
, VT J.UI1U1, JJUV ,, JI1UUVY, Jlill- OiJ Wi
con v, Interior of houve hand- tsE-ie
! soniPly grained and papered, Kitchen and
DinliiK-room lloors punned. Panor Hour
carpeted, other floors matted mid oil
clothed, ail new. Jlouso sets up sc
..u... k.vu..v. ..w.itvi. .... llluilllUi
frnm tr.,iiM.l m.nlii&ful nil nhini,l
dows, Doors, etc. Two Patont W. C's,
Bathroom, Washroom, Kernints' Itooms,
uooi Jioom, unicKcu jioui-o ami Vunl,
Largo Carriage Hotuo and Stable with
rooms upstairs. Any amount of Fiult
Trees. Gianes and Flnu'nrs. Ijinm Iixvn
' and Grounds under pioper uiiltlvation.
Location sume as House No. 1 and Mime,
terms to u good party at price TO KU1T
N. B. All waste water fiom sink, etc.,
Is carried through pipes to lurgo brick
Olllco or to
J. A. Magoon.
Has Eosumod Practice at No, 49 Here
WFIOE HOUltBs-S to 0 a.
7 u a r. u,
it,, l to ;i uml
DoUi 'olophonoa No. 030.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner lort Se Hotel Stroots.
I AJI NOW OFFERING AT
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
"Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Scotch Zephyrs & Dress Ginghams
!E3 . IH3 3HE 3R. Hi I G EC ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., - Honolulu, H. I.
BST WE SH33STO OUT a
HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH
-40 Oases I
0 Dozen I
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY THE r-
PAOKAQE, DOZEN OE CASE
HOLLISTEE, & CO.,
3J?S3 "Port St.roctt.
100 Doz, Four-in-Hands
100 Doz, Four-in-Hands
1GV0U d IIGbffGd
S. TRE6L0AN & SON.
CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
Honorulii. U. I.