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THE DAILY: BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
lint EntahlMied for the Benefit of All,
MONDAY, AUG. 14, 1S93.
It looks much in favor of tho in
uoceuco of Paymaster Sullivan, U. S.
N., tbat tho Honolulu Star is an
xious to soo bim convicted.
Thoro was a suggestion for arbi
tration from tho Second Congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
tho Bishop, notwithstanding tho at
tempt of tho Star to discredit n
news itom iu this paper. Tho Star
is only too eager t o poke its ground
hog uoso into a church dispute in
quest of political capital.
THE WAIKIKI ItOAD.
An improvement that tho people
of Honolulu have been waiting for,
until hopo has about givou way to
despair, is tho widening of tho Wai
kiki road. Narrow escapes from
serious accidents on account
Two Hawaiian Juries Slttlug This
Morning on Criminal Cases.
Before Judge Whiting this morn
ing Mrs. Knahnuui alias Kauanui
t0 1w.iiA tvif limit n lwmiCfv (iftrrlnnr
strait ties of that much traveled I K. Wilder, Deputy Attorney-Gon-thoroughfare
could bo recorded nl- oral, for tho priwecution; J. L Kn
1,1. wf ii..;if iw:..,,..., r . ,:.;,! I ulukou for defendant. The jury ro-
lUWTt VI...... ly.ltuio VIA :iM...ll i . . . a . ... .,
luiui'ii .t uiuici wi uwi iiiuj. lmihu
Byliowio J. Lovoy.
A nowspapor has no more right to
prejudge a case before tho courts in
which it iB interested than ouo iu
which it is not interested. There
are libol suits ponding against tho
three English dailies of Honolulu.
Tho Bulletin is tho only paper that
has loft all justification for the al
leged libel to bo produced at the
It has taken the morning padded
sheet six days to work up a contra
diction to an itom of news in the
Bulletin. As usual tho in. p. s. lias
put its foot in it. For its benefit as
well as that of Mr. Goo Kim, Chi
nese Commercial Agent, who is
brought forward in evidence, it may
bo said that tho Bulletin never
made the statement contradicted,
"that the Chinese diplomatic party
cm the Gaelic were compelled to
Itor.ses are often afraid to take the
road after dark on nights when the
band is placing at the park. Beyond
Hopkins' corner there is a bottle
neck strotch where carriages have
not room to pass in safety, especially
when a tramcar is also on tho road.
As the road is not even maintained
to ofllcial grade, there is no ue in
the tramways line being kept to
Krado for the statutory two feet on
either side. That would only make
tho roadway still narrower with a
clangorous bank on tho inside of
tho tramways right of way. It
is learned that Mr. Hopkins ollor
ed tho road board to surrender
eight feet of land all along
his frontage,, on condition that the
board construct a sidewalk and
fence, but that tho board with the
I concurrence oi tuo xuiuisior oi cue
Interior has rejected the offer, draw
ing the lino against tho feuce. In
view of the claims of other pro-
Bofore Judge Cooper another na
tive jury tiled John Kieluud for
selling liquor without a license. V.
O. Smith, Attorney General, for the
prosecutiou; C. V. Ashford for tho
dofondant. The case went to the
jury about noon. Mr. Ashfoid asked
for rulings that thoro was no evi
dence to show that tho liquor was
"spirituous," and that tho Attoruey
Gouoral should bo forbidden to com
ment on former sales of liquor at
tho Halfway House. Neither re
quest was allowed, and exceptions
wore taken. A verdict of not guilty
was roturned, two jurors dissenting.
After rocess Sam Kia was called
to trial, on a charge of cho fn
gambling, bofore a native jury in
Judgo Whiting's room. J. Kaulia
D. Kekona's trial for tho same
description of gambling was called
at tho same time before Judge Coop
er and a native jury. C. W. Ashford
A motion to quash tho four re
maining indictments against H. F.
Poor, ue having been acquitted on
ias been nlect 03 uis attornoys,
1 ririntni- for mini rtnmnL'Ps. hnwnvnr. I 0110, 1
4i. .r.. r u u.,..i.:.. ..i... ' A. P. Peterson and A. Kosa. Four
,,,,.. r, technical grounds are given in sup-
very reasonable, and tho Govern- port of tho motjon.
I mout will probably have to pay more in the suit of Robort C. Peterson
for tho conco.-sion before it gets tho I vs. Samuel Ehrlich, the defendant
'road widened. At all events, it is ! iH hayo his deposition taken by
! uuwi unMMW ; n, miratK ! Henry Smith, Clerk of tho Judiciary,
c.w...v ..w.j,.. at iy.Mii u.in. to-morrow, as he in
tends leaving the islands before the
of public safety, that something
definite should be done, without
further delay, toward effecting the
improvements. Waikiki is ouo of
give a bond for 500 to tho Govern- j tho first objects of tourists, and, i
meut beforo being allowed to land." i when their stay hero is limited, the
What was stated in our report was ' drive there is often tho only one
that tho diplomatic party landed on that through passengers ou calling
" k nm
a permit from the Foreign Office.
Chinese passengers who had to give
a $500 bond wore mentioned separ
ately in auother paragraph. The m.
p. s. and its evidence aro a trifle
stoaraors can afford to lake. It is '
therefore of the greatest importance
that this suburban thoroughfare
should bo made as safe and as pleas
ant a drive as possible.
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, man at Muldcn-on-
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter iu which it
The N. Y. Nation says: ''The Ha
waiian Gazette says it is a great mis
take to suppose that tho 'Provisional
Government is merely tomporary,
and must make way for some form
of irresponsible native government
in case annexation is not immedi
ately consummated.' Tho truth is,
1L b ". .-.. Sunburn relieved at once by Cu-
ernmeut was 'established to secure j ouulborToIliCt Benson, Smith it Co.,
some form of stable government for ' Agents.
Hawaii, and it will be maintained Dr , Mo dentist, has re
until that end is reached.' Then ( momi his olKce to Arlington Houe,
the establishes lied like troopers, i Hotel street Parlor No. I.
Saturday, A mj. 12, 1898.
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 today 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 ot
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
Landlord's Sale. TEMPLE OF FASHIO
VTOTICE 18 HEUEHY MV13N THAT
XN in accordance with tho lnv in such
cne made and provided, I will onuso to bo
Mild tliu Huuvuuold Furnlturu, etc., of Mn
kolo taken by me in distraining for rent,
to wit :
I Bingcr SowliiK Maohliio, 1 Guitar, 1
Clock, 4 Post Hcdtpnl, 2 Mattrastes, Mir
ror and Pictures, Sundry I.ot Clothing,
Said sale will tnko plauo at tho Auction
Salesrooms of Lewis J. Levey, corner of
Fort and Queen streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
7U)-15t M. CAVALH0.
Corner ITort Be Hotol Streets.
NOTICE IS HKIIEBY GIVEN THAT
in accordance w Itli the law iu such
case made and provided, 1 will cause to bo
sold tho Housuhold Fuinlturo, etc., of
Antono Uicardo taken by mo in distrain
ing for rent, to wit:
1 4-l,ost Bed-tcad, I Mattrass, 2 Chair, 1
Rocker, 1 Bureau, 2 l'lllows and Hound
Said sale will tako place at tho Auction
Sales Koorus of Lewis J. Levey, corner of
Fort and Queen streets,
I AM NOW OFFERING AT
A FULL LINE OF
On SATURDAY, Au,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
TIHMGt JACINTH KAI'AEL.
is tvident that he has made up his tne ordinary sort but they are
luiiau v.uii.cj.iiiii auiut; kuiugo, auu
e. HACKFELD & CO.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED
Figured Swisses, fast colors;' at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
cotch Zephyrs & Dress Ginghams
E . UElJ DEI! UrL Xi X CZ2 IEH. ,
Comer Fort and Hotol Sta., .... Honolulu, H. I.
- FOK THE
Kooinia to let with board at llani
Root Beer on draught at Buiimiii,
Smith A: Co.'s.
After bhaviug use Cucumber rikiu
Touie. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
In a fruit country like Ha-
he establishes lied like troopers, i Hotel street iai
In their rnSnifes"tb'dethroningJtho t n r. u tt,i,u, n n s i.na
, i-l. V.V.. AA. AMV1.T, . . .,
removed his otlice from King street
to Beretania street, near Enitna.
waii an article much called for
- 1 in t i r i
is a Lriass euv ar. weve
this is what he savs
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower iu my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion, I ,, . , , c , , ..
or, fnct;r,.,tin wo ' sold hundreds of dozens dur-
Indigestion, "have ever used or j ing the present season, sold all
troubled with kD??pne'psSya7ideJt . we had in fact and had t0 dis"
dmes suffers very much after eating. I appoint many of our customers
Ihe AX1.0' l1?. If ! who wanted to nut up a little
neves uie uunuuuy. iiy wuc 11c- i
BOTTLED BY THE
Auheuser-Basch Brewing Ass'n,
RST "VVHl SEISriD OUT "a
Queen and seizing upon the govern
ment, they said: 'Provisional govern
ment for the control and manage
ment of public peace is hereby es
tablished, to exist until terms of
union with the United States of
America have been negotiated and
agreed upon.' As Judge Cooley has
remarked, 'this was tho most extra
ordinary Provisional government tho
world ever saw" formed, of its own
showing, expressly and solely to give
the country away. That was au
dacious enough, but it would be
still more outrageous and unheard
of if the men who had seize
Dr. M. E. Grossman, D. D.S., hav
ing returned from the Coast, has re
sumed the practice of his profession
at his old otlice on Hotel street.
The Late Mrs. Peterson.
Mrs. Heuriotta 0. Peterson, whose
death occurred on Saturday morn
ing, was buried alongside of her
brother at the family residence at
Palama, at 4 o'clock yesterday after
noon. There was a large number of
friends present and tho floral deco
rations wore profuse. Rev. E. G.
, ,, j Jieckwith, D. D., conducted the ser-
tKOSi ,..B Jk. v l.. I J .1 fc. J wvmv
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle. I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed."
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
government iu order to turn it over ' forty-five Tears of age, and had
to foreign Powers should now, after , been confined with illness for the
failing to dispose of the goods, go Pst twelve months. She leaves a
... j, , , , ... husband and six children to uiouru
on to claim the plunder as then- the lo3 of ftn affeetionate wifb and
lawful property in perpetuity. mother.
A LESSON FBOM SPAIN.
A recent writer in the N. Y.
Rich, Red Blood
As naturally results from taking
tion says: "The Minister (.Spanish) Hood's Sarsaparilla as personal
for the Colonies recently brought in I Manliness results from free use of
VU' MM ibt dkaw fm uuv g- -
u bill for the organization of the
Cuban Government, which provides
for a considerable degree of home
rule and distinctly diminishes the
despotic power of tho Captain Gen
eral. Upon it, public opinion iu the
island and in Spain has been divided;
some maintaining that it was a legi
timate concession to the desire for
eelf-govorumont, others contending
that it was a first and dangerous
step towards complete independ
ence. Minister Maura has planted
himself ou the very modern ground
for a Spaniard that it is impossible
to govern a free people without hav
ing some way of consulting their
wishes and that the majority iu
Cuba should be allowed to decide
on affairs of local govern inont ."
If President Dole and his adviser.?
are not reckless of consequence.?
they may well fall into lino with
Minister Maura and consult tho Ha
waiian people as to tho form of gov
ernment that will bo acceptable to
''the majority. The ardent Ameri
cans should remember that the Am
erican idea is "a government of the
pooplo, by tho people, for tho peo
Tho uudacity of the Provisional
Government, so called, goes to the
length, that, uunblo to find a "fence"
to take tho stolon goods, President
Harribon and his Minister Stevens
having been retired, they now ask
the Government of the United
Stutes to holp them hold their plun
der in perpetuity, or at leust for five
years. Tho P. G. witli its scheme of
aggrandizement of tho family com
puot mukei the blood of honeit men
fier thoroughly expels scrofula, salt
rheum and all other impurities and
builds up every organ of the body.
Now is the time to take it.
The highest p raise has been won
by Hood's Pills for their easy, yet
efficient action. Sold by all drug
gists, Price 25 cents.
I Silver Wedding.
I Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Rose
! pleasantly celebrated their silver
I wedding at t heir home on Beretania
' street Saturday evening. Many of
their friends were present to con
gratulate them on tho turning of a
, quarter century in the united voyage
i of life. Presents rich in quality
' wore loft ns mementos of the anni
i vorsary. With social diversions and
toothsome refreshments tho evening
By Jas. F. Morgan.
-VTOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN THAT,
JA in pursuance of a l'ower of Sale con
tained in n certain Mortgage executed
December 1, 1S91, by Antnne Burba, of
Wailuku, Maui, to Jose de Pome, of Maka
wao, Maui, and recorded in Liber 120, page
327, the said Mortgagee intends to lore
close the said Mortgage for condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of the
principal and inteiest secured thereby
w ben due. And notice is hereby further
given that upon inch foreclosure (and un
lew said Mortgage shall have been sooner
paid), nil and singular the Lands, Tene
ments and Heieditaments in said Mort
gage contained and de-cribed will be sold
at Public Auction, at the Court House, in
said Wailuku, by Thomas W. Everett,
Auctioneer, on SATURDAY, the Uth day
of September, 1893, at 12 o'clock noon of
The Property of said Mortgage is all that
Piece of Land Vituate in said Wailuku, and
described in u deed to said Antone Borbn,
recorded In the Kogiotrv of Conveyances
in Book 'JO, page 100.
IM For further particulars applj to
Thomas Everett, Auctioneer, Wailuku,
Maui. JOSE DE P0NTE,
Honolulu, H. I.. August 12, 1803.
AND FOIt THE-
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
AT MY SALESROOM, HONOLULU,
I will ho 1 1 at Public Auction for account of
whom It may concern
The Wreck of the Schr. Liiioliho
Aa flii! now lien In tho Harbor of
THUMB 0ABII I
Jaa, y. IMIorgaxi.,
more iruit. we nave enougn
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
I ago the expected arrival of
some "Multum in Parvo" Char-
i coal Irons. They arrived by the
I "Australia" and ladies who
wish to have their pillow shams
or skirts nutea can ao 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
I as a medicine it is cheaper for
j them to use a Syphon and
I take their doses moderately.
! We have the Syphon.
Three thousand feet of Rub-
J ber Garden Hose came to us
on the "Australia.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. Hawaiian Hardware Co., fa
! JOHN F. COLBURN &i CO.
BOTTLED BY THE
Jos. ScMitz's Brewing Gomp'y,
MXIj-W A.XJICE1B1 .
OPFEE THE SAME
WE HAVE RECEIVED A rUESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
160 ZDozen I
1920 IFeioikiEiges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SI5? ITort. f?t.Tvr.,
"RloncxHalvi, KC. X.
116 King Street (Makal Side)
Ilet. Kekaullke St. mid King Street BridKC
IIAB FOB BALE
All Kinds Japanese Silk,
OUKl'K, STUAW HATS,
LOWEST RATES !
For SAN FRANCISCO.
isth, I FOR SALE !
SUITABLE l'OU PLANTING.
South Sea Muni Commit
Opponlto Hiru(ikln' Block,
THE AJ STEAMSHIP
' ' AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOK TUB ABOVE PORT OX
Wednesday, Aug. 16th,
Tho undurslciied nro now jireparod to
losuo Through Tlukots from tin city to nil
points In the Unitod 8tato.
For further particulars rmjnrillni,' Freight
or Pussage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
7D8-0t Genoral Agents.
FINE OEHMAN Sl'EAMER
V. E. Ii-LAM), Gommaudnrj
J DUE HEBE SHORTLY '
Will o DonpntchPd for tho ahovo Port on '
I or about I
Sept. Q, 1S3. i
t& For further parllimhrt regarding
PitHiagu and Freight, apply to
X. OOTRA & CO.,
Hotel Ht,, UobiiiMin lllouk.
CO pnuti a month.
hoi dyilHIlo! sitMnGdl
100 Doz, Four-in-Hands
"Wortlx SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"WortOa 75 Oexxts.
ft S. TREfiLOAN A SON.