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An Examination for Primary Qnido Cci
tillentcs will bo held on MONDAY, Aup
11th, at tho Fort Street School, cunimetii'
lug nt 0 o'clock a. m. Tin nniiipi of n
illilntes should be forwarded to lliu Olllc
of tho Uonrd of Kdui-atlon by Satiudnj
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspeetor-Qcuornl of School".
Olllco of tho Hoard of Education, Aug. !
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of M
SATURDAY, AUG. 12, 1893.
Mr. Thurston's representation thai
tho P. G. party is standing for th -defonso
of Hawaii against Chines
aggression hardly comports wit
Prosidont Dole's advice to look fo
more cheap labor to China on ac -count
of tho frosbf Japauoso de
mands. What tho revolutionists need is
Board of Equalization to recoiiou
tho difference between their ropn
soutatious of aims and actions i
niado iu Honolulu and as mad
abroad. It would from many a bhu
dor free thorn, if a single standard 1 1
propaganda woro adopted.
Chiof Justico Judd's repetition oi
an alleged private convocation witu
Minister Blount, which has been n
tailed by Parson Oleson in tho Eas
to bo reproduced by the Honolulu
does not prove exactly what a
these politicians use it for. )
bhows that tho annexationists -not
badly scared by street talk origina
iug nowhere in earnest. Mr. Jud
is reported by Mr. Olesou, tho n
port being certified as correct b
tho (what an endorsement for
parson to get), to havo quoted I
Mr. Blount tho fulfilment of royali' I
prophecies thus far as a reason with
'"intelligent white men" (all "intelli
gent white men" being in tho rani
of tho annexationists according t
their own claim) for believing tin
Mr. Blount was going to rchtoro tl
THEIR ONLY ANSWER.
When confronted last week with i
few unpalatable facts on tho fiuni
cial situation, tho Advertiser confe.
red on its readers tho groat boon
eight days' rest from its irratiou
bragging about a prosperity th:
did not exist. Pity it is that it doi
not display a like discretion on b
half of itself and the Government,,
well as for tho comfort of its lou;
buffering readers, now. Yosterdt.
we poiutod out tho startling fa
that tho Provisional Govern moi
had up to tho present time bet
spending the revenues of the coin
try, on its own secret objects and i
the military, at a rate that wou!
absorb almost tho entire amount
appropriated by tho last Legislatu.
out of tho ordinary revenue for tl
whole biennial period. As tho a;
propriatious in question aro great" i
than tho probable oidinary revenue,
it is easy to see that tho Govern
mont is squandering on tho sing1
object of keeping itself in power tl
entire froo income of tho count i
Therefore, it is apparent that, f
tho payment of tho expenses of oro
nary administration and for all pc
mauent improvements, tho count
has to go in debt. As a matter i
fact, it was shown that tho count-..
is being plunged into debt by toi.
of thousauds of dollars week 1
week, tho gross amount tho pa-i
week having been near thirty thou
And what has tho Advertiser i
say to all this? It produces one
its soured sugarcane stick articl -with
four joints, in which no attorn- .
is'mado to contradict tho appalli--,
exhibit from tho Government's o u
accounts. Royalists aro going in
bankruptcy, is its loading propo
tion, with tho double untruth add I
that they aro bitter because tho Pi
visional Government is not also I
coming bankrupt. As tho people u
calls royalists havo as much intere-t
in tho country as its own croud,
their bitterness, on tho contrary, i
duo to the fact oppo.-ed (u t
other part uf the Advertiser'-, fah
hood that the Go, cm mont is rul
ing into bankruptcy, which mea
that tho country is being ruh-i
into bankruptcy, and that at a ra
of progression never attained I ,
any administration iu the annals f
tho Hawaiian Islands. If an oxpe .
dituro in tho proportion of the
tiro ordinary revenue for the bit
nial poriod, outside of tho oxpom
turos authorised by tho la.t Legis'
ture, is not hurrying tho country
ruin, thou iigurus as well as jjiuUj
a fiaud. And if tho siihpoii-iiou
the most useful functions of govui
mont, to ouablo tho oxtravagan
mentioned to bo maintained, di
not moan bankruptcy already, th
all tho principles of sound admin
tratiou aro a delusion and a snare
Next, tho moi iiiug organ adm.i
on behalf of the Provisional Govern
muiit Hint it (tho P. G ) is poor, add
ing that it "has boon miido so by
tho uxtrnvngnnco and thiowug of
tho royalists under tho monarchy."
Suuh an assertion without an iota of
proof iu its support although the
Govern inout organs havo boon chal
lenged over and over again to prou
similar .stateinents-himply demon
stealer one faet, which is that tin.
author of the assertion is a graceless
falsifier. Being equal to such an ef
fort at his favorite occupation, it it
not -surprising to find him growing ,
bolder as ho pioceoil. Ho rofors to i
tho royalists as having had "ton years
of spending without economy." The
Duonlo ho calls roalists havo uol
had ton years of spending, either '
with or without economy. For more I
than halt of tho six years succeeding I
tho revolution of 1SS7 tho Reform I
., , ,i
paity-:now compnsnu: tho head .
and wholo skeleton of (ho revolu
tionary paity had all tho spending
power in its own hands. Besides,
while tho Reform party as such wa
not iu possession of tho government,
one of its members was at tho head
of the chief spending department
most of tho time. What is more
important, howover, is tho fact that
while (ho Reform party hold com
plolo sway tliore was a greater in
crease of the public debt, with les
to show for it, than during the
wholo remainder of tho six years un
der the Constitution of the Reform
party's own making. There was
more extravagance, favoritism and
boodling under the Reform adminis
tration than under any other from
the beginning of tho poriod in ques
tion until tho advent of tho Pro
visional Government. Somo of tho
particular-, havo often been given
and uuer confuted, and it would b
' a wahto of time to repeat them in
this connection. x
I In answer to further bombastic
rhetoiic fiom the Advertiser, we
may remark that wo havo uovor
questioned tho truth of tho financial
statements and figures of the Minis
ter of Finance. What wo havo as
i sailed has been tho condition of
I things laid bare by those statements
, and figures. In that connection we
I havo called attention to tho chiof
cau.-o ol tho Advertisers zeal in
abusing tho critics of Governmeni
cxpeudiluios. When wo comment
ed on tho Minister's lament over
the ''ciioimous'' outlay for public
! printing, it was then that a silence
, that could bo felt came over the daily
I piping of tho treasury's prosperity
' by tho Advertiser's buglor. Somo
I body connected with tho Gazette
I Publishing Company, which own'
I and issues tho morning orgau,
! had doubtless put a ilea in the
I editoi's ear. Now, to test th-
( true quality of the Advertiser',
j denunciations of "extravagance and
thieving," and of the criuio of "hand
j ling tho cash," which becomes a vir-
( ue when dono by those not royalists,
' wo would request that (ho Ministo
uf Finance make a return to the
j Councils of the whole amount of
' accounts against tho Government, in
an uoparuncnts including mo .Judi
ciary, paid and unpaid, of (ho Ga
zette Publishing Co. from Januar
1, 1893, to date of return. If this
simple request, regarding an extra
vagauco tho Minister has alieady
deplored, bo complied with, it is
dollars to doughnuts that an exhibit
of boodling will be tho result whic'i
will make tho Advertiser ashamed t
say anything about thieves, if thei
is any shame in that fraternity.
In .spite of tho wauing authority
of journalism, thoio are still in tho
profession inon whoso pons wield in
Uuonco. If tho assumption that sen
tences no longer mold sentiments
was really a fact, Charles Nordhoif'.s
letters in tho Now York Herald
would have passed unheeded by the
ffawaiians. Instead, however, his
positive, vigorous, and veracious
.statement of facts precipitated a
-.elieiijunl degieo of indignation
among the annexationists. Indeed,
ho was threatened with poron;.l
violence, iinagino having two Hono
liilaii policemen stationed under his
window to protect him from tho ii.
dignation of (ho insurrectionists -an
inimitable compliment. The
Ware, Sun I'mne-heo .
A Find of Gold.
An interior California paper has
tho following item:
"Horace Lyle, a son-in-law of E.
1'. Conner, owner of the Kempton
mine on Salt creels, was digging i
hole for the purpose of securing mu
of tho supports to a porch, when h.
saw a piece of gold toll from h n
shool back into tho hole. He si -cured
the piece which was almo' t
spheiical iu shaponnd weighed $7.3;,
Mr. Connor says ho will remove the
cabin and was tho ground where it
Hoiaco is a son of Mr. Jame.s Lylo
of tho Honolulu Maiiuo Railway,
and was one of tho Myrtle Boat
Of Courtio you Huad
The testimonials frequently pub
lished iu this paper relating to
Hood's Sarnapurilla. Thoy aro liom
reliable people, state simple fact-,
and show buyout! a doubt tlmt
Hood's (Jup's. Why don't you tiy
(Ins modicum? Bu suio to gut
Constipation, mid all (roubles with
the digostno oigaiin and tholhcr,
are cm oil ly liuod'a Pills. I .
oijualled as a dinner pill.
ST. ANDftEW's CATHEDRAL,
Eleventh Sunday after Trinity.
Holy communion, ti&O a. m,j Matins
and bormon, 11 a. in.; Ha
waiian ovonsong, !):3() p. m.j ovou
song ami sermon, 7:80 p. m.
Tlie --ervices of (ho Second Con
giegation of St. Androw'b Cathedral
to morrow, will bo as follows: 9: 15 a.
m.t morning prayer with sermon;
Vonito, Prnut iu F; To Duum, 15erg
in C; Benedict us Chipp in E;
uyniim ;.) ami an; nullium, (J how
alnmijh, aro thy dwelling " by West.
(5:110 p.m., ovonsong with sermon;
Mauuilicat. Honlev iu E; Nunc
Dimittis, Haves in E lint; hymns
HOI, 189 and 18. liov. Alex. Mackin
tosh, pastor. All aro cordially ni-
Sunday Services 0 and 7 a.m.,
fw .Masses. English sermon at
tlu i a. m. Mass, every Sunday
llm.; Ul0 whohj U) nm-
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
FJoffiiry and Catechism, d p.m., in
winter soason (November to Febru
ary), d:30 p. m. in summer season
(February to Novombor), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services (5 and 7 a. m.,
Y. M. O. A. UALL.
Sunday, 11 a. m., services in Oaliu
.Tail; 1:15 p. m., servicos iu Barracks;
3:30 p. m., Bible Study; in Y. M. C. A.
0:30 p. in,, Gosplo Praiso Service in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.,
prayer mooting at Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices iu Bethel street hall at 7:30.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vicos will bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Biblo class; 11:15 a. in. and
7:30 p. m., preaching, by Elder J.
SLVEXTII DAY ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Adventist Church,
comer nincauowl and lierotania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath bdiool, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Biblo reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
CENTRAL UNION CIICRCH.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Tho Rev. Win. Rador of Oakland,
Cala., will preach morning and ovon
ing. All aro cordially invited to these
ForThroat and Lungs
"I have been ill for
Hemorrhage "about five years,
"have had the best
Fbro Years, "medical advice,
"and I took the first
"dose in some doubt. This result
"ediu a few hours easy sleep. There
' ' was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when Iliad a slight attack
" which stopped almost immediate
' ly. By the third day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
' ' my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
" am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex
" pected and my recovery has been
"a great surprise to my friends and
"the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
"as I had an attack just previous to
"its use. The only relief was after
"the first dose." J.R. Loughhkau,
Adelaide. Australia. O
AU0TIOX SALE OF
On MONDAY, Aug. Hth
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOON,
ON THE PREMISES
At Itcnrof Wllilci's t'arponter Bhoji, I will
ell nt i'uliliu Auction,
One Goiragated Iron Building I
WITH WOODUN SHKI).
Ja,3. D? Morgan.,
116 King Street (Mai Side)
iM. Kf-lnuliki St. mid Kingfttiecl JlriilKO.
its' ron km.;
Ail Kinds Japanese Silk,
C'JHU'i:, STHAW IIATri,
Uto., Ktc, Kh',, Ktu,
A (ii'l.U ItlMS WITH
V -.Viilk-ll-l Ituail nciir llii lliuli. itu-
wurH.ui (lit; tlndorai UuM.en.s Onion.
U E 5-a . 0
U. rf.k AiW w -v A A.
m u r- hi t v j rt ii
ilif iliai llrtii fill, I'll
Saturday, Auy.' IS, 1S93.
When the grandfathers and
grandmothers of to-day were
boys and girls their chief de
light on baking days was to
sit around and watch their
mothers beating eggs for the
cookies and watching an op
portunity to get a finger in the
custard. An ordinary fork
was good enough in those days
for use as an egg beater, time
was not so valuable nor were
cooks so expensive; patent
egg beaters were not so com
mon as they are to-day nor
were the people of forty or
fifty years ago so apt in grasp
ing labor saving ideas. But
time brings many changes even
to egg beaters and one of the
best is the "Keystone." Sim
ply break the eggs in the glass
container, put the lid on and
turn the crank for a minute or
two and you have a mass of
eggs beaten lighter than air.
A child can do it as well as a
Lime and Lemon Squeezers
are used every day and it's a
pretty good scheme to get a
good one so as to catch all the
juice. There are wooden ones,
solid metal ones and combina
tion metal and porcelain. For
every day family use the latter
is decidedly the most econo
mical because you get the juice
without having the bother of
picking out the seed. They're
a little more expensive than
the ordinary sort but they are
In a fruit country like Ha
waii an article much called for
is a Glass Jelly Jar. We've
sold hundreds of dozens dur
ing the present season, sold all
we had in fact and had to dis
appoint many of our customers
who wanted to put up a little
more fruit. We have enough
in stock now to carry us over
until the next regular season.
If you want a dozen or ten
dozen telephone and we will
be pleased to send them to
In renewing our stock of
Silver Plated Ware we select
ed some handsome Tilting Ice
Pitchers suitable for wedding
gifts. The designs are new
no two alike and decidedly
the handsomest we have had
the pleasure of offering you.
Silver Match Boxes are an
other inexpensive article for a
gift to a gentleman and we
think we have some very pretty
ones. And for the accommo
dation of ladies who do not
care to buy a full silver tea
service we have imported a
few Single Tea Pots to sell
We mentioned a few weeks
ago the expected arrival of
some "Multum in Parvo" Char
coal Irons. They arrived by the
"Australia" and ladies who
wish to have their pillow shams
or skirts fluted can do it at
home with one of these irons.
They are an admirable and
simple combination of iron and
fluter combined and sell at a
very reasonable figure. We
had a few of them some
months ago and the people
who bought them have ex
pressed themselves as being
If any of the readers of this
column happen to be ill
enough to require champagne
as a medicine it is cheaper for
them to use a Syphon and
take their doses moderately.
We have the Syphon.
Three thousand feet of Rub
ber Garden Hose came to us
on the "Australia."
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
OppuBllo Hroi:Mu' Jlloolc,
By Lowia J. Iiovoy.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
in fiocorilanco with the lnw in iiii-h
ense innilo ninl iirovltloil, 1 will riutM t I to
sold tho Housuliold KinnlUuv, etc., of Mn
kolo taken by mo iu ilistrniuliiK for rent,
1 Singer Sowing Mnclilno, 1 Guitnr, 1
Clock, 4 Post Dcdstvad, 2 Mattrasscs, Mir
ror and 1'ioturos, Sundry Lot Clothing,
Sold snlo will tnko pliico nt tho Auction
Bnlosrooius of LuwIn J. Levey, eornor of
Fort and Queen streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT in O'CLOCK A. M.
NOTICE IS HEUEIIY GIVEN THAT
in nocordance with the law in such
case made and provided, 1 will cause to bu
sold the Household Kuuilturc, etc., of
Antono Hlcardo taken by mo in distrain
ing for rent, to wit:
1 4-Post lledstead, 1 Mnttrnsi, 2 Chair", 1
Hooker, I Bureau, 2 Pillows and Kound
Said Halo will tiko place nt tho Auction
Sales Booms of Lew is J. Lovey, corner of
Fort and Queen streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 26,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 51.,
TO-lBt JACINTH KAFAEL.
H. HAGKFELD d CO.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
BOTTLED BY THE
Anheuser-Buscli Brewing Ass'n,
AND FOB THE
BOTTLED BY THE
Jos. ScWitz's Brewing Comp'y,
OFFEU THE SAME
LOWEST RATES I
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
ton Tim ahovi: rom o.s
Wednesday, Aug. 16tu,
Tho undersigned aro now jirojiared to
it-suo Through Tickets fioin this city to all
joints in tho United Stains.
For further particulars rc(;ariUiiK Ficlglit
or Pubsage iipnly to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
FINK riKKMAN STKAMIJH
V. 1C, li'MMi, Cuiiiiiiiiniliir:
I)Ui: HKIIi: KilOItTLV
Will lio DoipiituliiMl for the nliovu l'urtou
Sept. 8, 1S3.
f For furllmr jiurtluului'j reguii
ye mill Frvlh'lit, ni'i'ly tu
K. OG-URA & CO.,
III. Mb!., KlllllllM'll llllM'l.,
Daily liulletin, fit) renin month.
Corner Fort So
1 AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at G5c. Piece.
Scotch Zephyrs Dress Ginghams
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts., ... - Honoluln, H. I.
Tr-k iT & "1 9
IS THE BEST.
We Guarantee Every Package
JKT "WE SHJ2ST3D OUT -Btt
VK HAM; IJEC'CIVIU) A fklsji consignment, consisting of
-40 Oases I
160 ZDozen. I
1920 IPeioikiEiges I
FOR SALE BY THE -
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
IOLLISTER & CO.,
SJ.3 "Fo-rt. ?t.T.-r..
100 Dai. Four-in-Hands
"WorttL SO Cents.
100 Dm. Four-in-Hands
"Wor'Ub. 75 Gents.
H. I T
Ca - ISTS,
- Honolulu, JEE. I.
: : : 25c. Each
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