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ment (now being Mircluirgeil), will 1m on
Milent the PoitOilloe nnor ulioilt AuguM
'Jfith, trti'l. .JOS. M. OAT,
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
PWdijrd to nrilhrr Srcl nor Parly,
lint Kalahlished for the llenefit of All.
FRIDAY, AUG. 18, 1893.
What a treading on each other's
corns is being done by supporters of
tho revolution thiflso days! Else
where mention is jnado of tho de
nunciation of tho police manage
ment in the two organs. Mr. P. C.
Jones comes out in the AdTertisorto
rebuke tho Star for an impertinent
use of his name iu an attempt to in
jure Mr. Sprockols.
It is because annexation ilags and
badges have become too weather
beaten to be any longer pretty that
they have disappeared from view.
That boasted uino-tonths of tho
country's wealth must be parsimo
niously held if it cannot be drawn I
upon fur a little bunting and ribbon. ! the recent political ostonco of the
But, say, why has the "father of an- ! H(T iT nof Ll myself at all
nexatiou taken in his flag while it -m ueetl of a certificate of ollicial
was still beautiful amidst the foli- ' fidelity during tho years of my iu
agj.? i cumbeiicy of that otlice, 1 would yet
' ' refer tho oriran to such certificate,
Mr. Eunneluth deservos credit for
his watchfulness of tho public inter
ests in tho P. G. Councils. He
called attention yesterday to two
apparent wrongs. Notwithstanding'
the explanations of the Cabinet on
the pumping plant, it is noteworthy
that tho Ministry has taken steps to
put itself perfectly straight in tho
matter. The Minister of Interior
advertises to-day for tenders for the
engine and pump.
In last night's Star an able com
munication appears, iu answer to
tho Advertiser's slanders on the Ha
waiian jury. Its writer deals strongly
with the recent atrocious police
scandals adverted to editorially in
yesterday's Bulletin. Ho says, near
tho conclusion, "If tho present police
force cannot get along without put
ting up jobs like the one played on
a Japanese pawnbroker lately, and
others that might be mentioned, it
is time the Augean stable at the
police station should bo thoroughly
cleansed from top to bottom." Fol
lowing this vigorous note of revolt
in the Government camp against
vileness of a species that was never
countenanced in police affairs before
t he present Government took charge,
comes a confession iu the editorial
columns of this morning's Adver
tiser of the deplorable and utterly
disgraceful state of affairs at the
station under tho present regime.
It only makes its confession more
humiliating for tho Provisional Gov
ernment that the Advertiser weakly
attempts to attribute the prevailing
rottenness of police administration
to tho monarch'. Was thoro over
so contemptible a defense of official
incompetency attempted in this
world? Thoro would be no excuse
for tho police authorities, oven if it
were proved that the villainies since 1
January 17 beginning with the
stealing of opium stored iuthesta
tion had been committed by favo
rites of the Marshal who was de-
posed bv the same act that abro-
gated tho monarchy. But when all
tho crimes and misdemeanors whose
authors are definitely known have
been committed by the chosen offi
cers of tho Provisional Government's
administration, and all those still
in whole of iu part a myfitury
have tho responsibility therefor
clearly resting on' tho shoulders of
picked nion of the revolution, the
attempt to make the monarchy res
ponsible for the disreputable police
exhibition of t-day h stupid as well
, ., iwi i i. ii
UO lidDUII Ulji M WUk II I O 11117 mwii-
aruliy now in iuliso for sovon
months to do with anything on those
islands, excepting public- obligations
inuurred while it Htill existed? Dot?n
the Provisional Government wish it
to go abroad to tho world that it h
administration is guided and govern
ed by tho examples aud precedents
of the monarchy that it utterly
abolished as its first aut? The Pro
visional Government came into ex
istence and abolished the monarch),
professedly, to give the country good
aud stable govornmou
it was prepared to sii)
liiily the good
iiess, while the United ,'
icnwastobeaskod to provide thoHla
bility.Xow,aftorhavlug absolute con
trol of affairs, without aoknowlodged
constraint of either constitution
or statute luw of the pant, for evoii
months its apologist 1ms to confess
that tlio Provisional Government
hus not possessed enough good mate
rial to give a decent administration
of one solitary branch of public sor
vico specified! Hero are its words:
"When Marshal Hitchcock camo into
oIlU'o he felt ho had not the material
at hand to roorganizo and purify tho
police department. His judgment ,
has boon shown by (he facts to have
been well grounded." Oh, tell it not
iu Gatli, proclaim it Hot in tho ears
of tho townsmen of Stovons at
Augusta, that with all the "better
classes," tho respectable aud indus
trious whites, who aroso to over
throw tho monarchy, thoro was not
"material at hand" from which to
select a half dozen reputable police
A Startling Confession by tho Organ.
Tho Advertiser, this morning, ad
mits and bewails the rottenness of
the personnel aud methods of tho
Honolulu Police force. Its confes
sion of official corruption which is
patent to all men, had not interest
ed me, but for tho editor's malicious
mnuonuo that tho vices under uis
cussion wore developed uuder my
ollicial sanction, his words being:
"Tho Police Station reached its
height of unfavorable notoriety
whtsu Mr. C. W. Ashford was Attorney-General.'
The intent of tho organ is clear,
to saddle me with the odium of the
reigning corruption in that bureau,
presumably because I do not woarnu
annexation badge, nor worship the
fetich of government by a small and
self-appointed minority. But tho
editor forgets, for the nonce, that
my olhvVial incumbency was a part
of the " Reform' regime, which has
over since ooeu exioncu oy mo
irodlv ouoa as tho one bright spot in
contained in a speech delivered by
Mr. Thurston (then, as now, imma
culate, during the wordy duel be
tween us in the Legislature of 1890.
That gout Ionian said (at page 17 of
the pamphlet report of his speech;:
"Ami 1 wish to say here, Mr. Presi
dent, that I believe and I know,
from personal experience of a groat
many years' connection with the
Government, since '7(i, 1 don't be
lieve there has been an Attorney
General who has worked harder and
more faithfully in the Government
business, and in tho carrying on of
suits than Mr. Ashford has, in the
conduct of tho business of the Attorney-General's
1 admit, Mr. Editor, that there
was corruption in the police depart
ment while 1 was in office, and I
submit that it grow rapidly deeper
and more expansive after tho break-
ing out of the .quarrel between my
.'oTlcaguos and myself, in March,
lS'.H). 1 had long recognized tho inefficiency-
(to put it voiy mildly)
of Mr. Sooor. tho then Marshal,
and, in the month mentioned,
enueavoreu to remove uiui from
office, but was baulked in that
effort (under the law) by my
throe colleagues, Messrs. Thurston,
Damon aud Austin. From that time
forward I held no control of police
affairs; the Marshal took his instruc
tions in all but merely routine mat
ters from Mr. Thurston, and the
opium scandals, by a remarkable
coincidence, followed very closely
upon tho heels of tho events men
tioned. It was after my official
authority was repudiated by the
Marshal, acting upon the instruc
tions of the immaculate Thurston,
1 that the miraculous transmutation
of opium into poi, mud, brick, straw
' and other highly valuable conimodi
1 tie, was discovered to have occurred
in the strong room of Marshal Sopor.
! Tho gentleman last named was the
I nominal, and Mr. Thurston tho real
1 head of the Police at that period,
! when, in the words of the organ, "the
police station reached its height of
J unfavorable notoriety," yet to-day
we find those two immaculates en
joying the confidence and coin of
Lho no less immaculate Government,
tho one as Minister Plenipotentiary
to a Dime Museum iu Chicago, the
other as Coniniander-of-the-Forces-with-the-rauk-of-Colonel.
It is tho veriest claptrap for the
organ to prate about this heritage of
corruption from tho monarchy. Tho
; P- G. has boon in life seven months,
I "1 JJ. corruption complained of
ii'iu i iirieuii li iiiinr itu
..luntooualv than over before. Tho
pluuteouslj than over
IIUQ KUWIWI1 UUUU1 tVP
J -'heroic efforts to break it up," do
' not seem to materialize.
But the most startling assertion in
tho article in question, is tho orgau'u
astounding confession that "when
, Marshal Hitchcock came into office,
i ho felt he had not the material at
' hand to reorganize and purify the
police department." Is thoro uo
I mistake here? Is not tho Advertiser
) one of the papers that, lor seven
, months oast, hus been shouting with
such "damnable iteration" that tho
I ,, .11 l !.. 1 -11 .1..
I f .u- " wiiuracuu on uiu
brains, wualtli, virtuu and patriotism
oi i no liiiiu, aim uiui iioiiu oi musu i
ostiinablo iriftb wore to bo found out- I
i Hide tho ranks of tho Annoxatio.ii
Club? If that be all true, how damn
ing is this late confession that that
army of patriots cannot afford the
material to "reorganio and purify
tho police department." Would it
not bo well for tho P. CJ. lo inuzle
that editor of theirs?
C. V. Asiiroiii).
August 18, IHiCJ.
To Out at tho Facta
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' ptibli.Hhmi iu this paper. They will ,
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riirilorini' llm iinrlwlnll lit nut mil nf
lho uliiiiuiitiiry t-annl. Tlmy mo tlio
IiiihI family cat Inn I in.
" T inherit some tendency to Dys
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two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors i ney uiu ine
no good I then used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
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I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first-
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Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel coustipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower docs the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
effects ou the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
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August Flower will cure anyone of
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By liowis J. Levey.
Fine Violin & Music
I mn imtrueto.l liy Mk..1. V. YAUNDbKY
to ilispo-L' of lit l'uhlii: Auction
A.T 3v"X" SAIjESROOM
On SATlTKDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
1 FINE VIOLIN,
AST) A QUANTITY OV
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Willow Knriiituio, Book .Sliult, uto. AKo
General Assortment of Merchandise.
Lewis J". Levey,
OTK'K IS HKKKHY (UVl'X THAT
in accordance with thw law in uuh
cn-e mailo and jnoviileil, I will causo to be
olil the Hoii'-uholil Kurnitiire, etc., of Ma
kolo taken by me in distraining for rent,
tor and l'icturc-, Sundry Lot Clothing,
Said sale will taKo place at the Auction
Salesrooms of l.tuyjs J. IUvey, corner of
Fort and ijueeii stfceii,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
7!H-l.-t M. CAVALIIO.
Landlord s Sale.
TVTOTIfE IS HKKHIIY 01VK.N THAT
1A in accordance with the law In .such
crto niude and provided, I will causu to he
sold the Household Furniture, etc., of
A n tone Ricurdo taken by mo in distrain
ing for rent, to wit:
ost iicdstoud, l Muttrass, - cimirs, i
:r, 1 llure.iil, '2 Pillows and Hound
Said sale will take place at the Aurtioii
Sales Hooius of Lewi J. Levey, coiner of
l'ort and (uceii .strueta,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
WMOt JACINTH UAKAKL.
AUGUST li), lSil.'J,
j .A.T 7:30 O'CLOCK
For the Benellt or Placing Electilc
Lights In the Church.
1 Oveitiim Hawaiian Bund
J Chimin Hill Mule Xucuu
.'1-Kont; Mr. Cucllio
I Trio . MUnl'my, Mr. Houk'uiuI Mr,
5 hunts MUs Nolle
(i-KliituHolu Mr. Hariotll
7 -Overture . . .Hawaiian Ihiinl
8l)ui-t. . Mm. i'atyaml Mr. Wuki liehl
II Iturltiitloii Mr. Murphy
10 hunt; Mr. llooth
1 1 Kfliu I'icre Mi, Itmilcriuul Mr. Kapua
!.'-( 'ImrilH , . .Hiii Mule Nociiu
tm TloU't to lu liuil at
Nuivn Co, anil thu Drug Htorox.
?' ""V ''.. U delivrcd hy
mtrUri for fiO rmtt ji- month.
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'a
Saturday, Aug. 12, 1893.
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 noi 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 savinp; 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 ami 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 j
every day family use the latter !
is decidedly the most econo
mical because you get the juice
without havinn- the bother of
picking out the seed. They're j
a little more expensive than
the ordinary sort but they are
much better. i
In a fruit country like Ha
waii an article much called for
is a Glass lellv lar. 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 j
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.
l . a j
ouver lvuucn ooxes axe 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
cafe 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 j
'Australia" and ladies who
wish to have their pillow shams
or skirts (luted can do it at
home with one of these irons.
They are an admirable and
simple combination of iron and
(Inter combined and sell at a
very reasonable figure. We
had a few of them some
months ago and the people
Lwho bought them have ex
pressed themselves as being
If any of the readers of this
column happen t'o 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 I lose came to us
on the "Australia."
Hawaiiau Hardware Co., L'd
Oppobltu HprHikulB1 lllouk,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
OASlltt) tlio basis of our biislncis. lor
Cash you rati always el (food bargain.
All our floods am MarkiMl hi l'lnin Fiiturns:
the richest man and tho poorest child can
tell tho prices of Ooods III our Store. Kvery
steamer kecp9 our stbok roorly assorted.
Fashionable .. Society .'. Writing.. Papers,
Fabors, Dlxons and ovury othor kind ol
Pencil at 10u. yior JJozvii up.
UUOQUKT SKTB fi OT1IKU QAMKB.
Tho only Storo which keopsa Full-assortod
Btook of TKNN'IB OOODB at
Lowest l'i ices.
801.K AGKNT VOR
The Star that I.uadH them All.
80I.K AQIiXT FOlt
The Cock of the Walk.
30I.K AGKNT FOH
Pan-American Sewing Machines
Hand Machines $12 with Cover.
Stand Machines from $25 Up.
$5..r)0 extra is charged for packing and shlp
ing Stand Machines to the other Islands.
A l'KKKKlT STOCK OF
Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Is always kopt on hand In either Steel,
Nickel, Shell or Gold Frames. No
charge for testing eyes and
A Wcll-assorted Stock of NOVELS always
on hand. A Neat Assortment of
Bound & Children's Books!
At Vublishers' Prices. No need to
send away for hooks.
MUSIC ORDERED BY EVERY STEAMER.
Of the llest German. BpunUh and Amorican
Makes on hand from $1.00 up.
Just received the UKST GUITAK ever
ottered the public
Genuine v Spanish v Make
I uuv.iuiii;u 111 iwiiQ unij fin'i
I Banjos, Tamborlnes, Harmonicas, Bones, Etc.
BKSD UB YOUR OKDKKS
KINK OKUMAN BTKAMKIl
W. K. li-LNi, Commander;
DUK HERE SHORTLY
Will be Dodpatehed for the ubove l'ort on
Sept. S, 1893.
for further particulars reimrdinB
l'assuge and Freight, apply to
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Shares ol Inter-Island Steam Nay. Co.
Snares of Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Shares of People's Ice & Ret'r'g Co.
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FOR S-AXjE !
We have lust received, per our schooner
Llliu, from the South Sea,
16 Shells of a Rare Palta
And roni-liiK from !) to 100 lbs. In Weight,
lleaiiliful Ornament for a Lawn,
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jicrinll, which can ho hail on application
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Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c. '
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