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Tho Now Surcharged Envelopes nnd
Postal Cards of the Provisional Govern
ment (now being surcharged), will ho on
sale at the Post Olllco on or nbout August
25th, 1803. JOS. M. OAT,
II DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect -nor Party,
But Jintablished for the. Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1893.
Simon von Topaz writes to the
Advertiser to vindicate his Kussinn
origin against a recent correspon
dent in this paper. He makes the
significant statement: '-'I am not seek
ing a better position, but am work-
iupr for $40 a month to secure, if
possible, annexation to tho United I
States. This I believe to bo a popu
lar, just and worthy object." That's
it to a dot. Forty dollars a month
to a whole raft of European socialis
tic adventurers represents tho found
ation of the present government of
THE STAB AMD SPBECKEXjS.
Persistent efforts seom to be made
by the Star to misrepresent and lie
about everything connected
Col. Claus Spreekols or tho firms ho j
is connected with here. Its last of- i
r,t tr, nriti'nW n. nni.inn nt
wji. aprecKuu in irauMerrmg ,u.u
oi ins property 10 ms luumj, auu i soarea 0f kanaka savagery and blood
wliich transaction was made tho thirstinoss. We-do hope, therefore,
occasion of an interview composed , that tho Star will continue its odu
outof the fertile brain of the Star eating campaign, and will not fad to
. , , ,.,.,, give daily some similar practical
reporter. Tho whole article includ- proofg of the advantages of aunexa
ing the iuterviow is so absurd that tion. A few more will conviuco the
it would not havo been worth notie- most obdurate royalist, and make
iug wore it not for the fact that the . over.youo long to be under the flag
,,." . , , . . , ., . . that would bring a "Not identified'
Star protends to havo had the inter- dtizou Juto Bfshop,g bank( or a
view with a "prominent employee of ''Utah Terror" with his mule into
Claus Spreekols who recently came Cunha's saloon. Hurrah for annex-
- hero from tho Coast." As this ; ation, , and for the days when revolv-
...... a ,.t,...ii i ,1 Ar- ors will bo at a premium here, with
would naturally point toward Mr. ! full m,ort to u th aud 'three
Theo. C. Porter, now in Sprock- !. jy,r tlm Star I ! !
els' bank, it placed that gentleman
certainly in a very unpleasant posi
tion. In our calling on him, how
ever, ho not only denied haviug had
any interview with the Star, but even
was not aware of tho transfer oi
property mentioned until ho had
read of it in tho Star. The fact h
that tho Star lied out of whole cloth,
as Col. Sprockels told quite a num
ber of gentlemen who mot him in
San Francisco that lie would still
continue to work in tho line of Ha
waiian politics ho was interested in
whilo here and proposed to win liiF
fight, too. As to tho trausfor of his
Hawaiian property to his children,
Col. Spreckels only carried out a
determination, often expressed to
his friends, that ho would prevent a
fight of lawyers over his estato when
ho was gone. Like many other sensi
ble men of wealth these days, ho is
simply making himself his own ex
ecutor. A aUABTEB'S FINANCES.
To those who have followed the
weekly statements of tho Minister
of Finance there is not much newa
in the quarterly financial returns.
They show receipts of $439,250.78
and expenditures of S397,024.34, leav
ing a treasury balance of $42,226.44
on July 1. As tho treasury balanco
on April 1 was $70,239.98, tho coun
try has gone behind 28,013.54 for
tho quarter. The sum of $81,300
was borrowed, and $21,115.87 derived
from crown lands, showing an extra
ordinary revenue of $102,415.87.
There have been treasury notes re
deemed to tho amount of $10,000,
and interest on public debt paid of
52,800.95, a total of $02,860.95 ex
pended ou accouut of tho public
debt. Deducting this total from
the extraordinary revenue before
noted ($102,415,87), and addiug to tho
result the decrease in tho treasury
balanco of $28,018.54, wo havo $07,
5G8.10 as tho amount by which tho
country is worse off at tho end of the '
quarter than it was at tho beginning. ,
This is at tho rate of more than half t
a million dollars for tho biennial
period. As only $18,281.77 has boon
expended on objects authorized by
tho several loan acts, it is easy to see
that a largo part of tho borrowed ,
mouny has gono into tho general
treasury, to paj' for tho soldier busi
ness of tho Provisional Government.
Tho sum of $37,952.8(5 has been
squandered mainly in that way,
under tho guiso of "Gonoral oxpon.se.1- j
Provisional Government," or at tho j
rate of over $.'100,000 for tho Won- ;
nial poriod. This by tho people
who objected to ovon $50,000 for ,
tho Queen's military is pretty good. 1
It is not likely, howovor, ' that all
tho oxpouEos originating witli the
P. G, aro covered by this head.
Thoro has boon Hponi on diplomatic
and consular services and foreign '
nennt h tlin mint mim nt SilRTMi.KO. mil.
. , , ,, , , , . ',,
emu oi iuu iuiunou roprosoamuvot; i
of Hawaii nt Washington and San
Francisco. How mauy of tho pro
minent annexationists who havo
gono to tho World's Fair havo had
thoir fares paid out of this amount
it would bo interesting to loam.
What do Oloson and Walsh got for
their speeches and interviews about
tho affairs of tho country that they
havo loft for good and all? It is to
bo hoped that tho Advertiser, m
whoso columns tho returns aro
advertised, will discuss thorn iu a
rational man nor. Lot it show if it
can that tho fiscal condition of tho
country is not steadily retrograding
as tho boasted "now era" advances.
Hitherto our contemporary has
evaded tho clear issues on this sub
joct, concealing its views in a cloud
of stock phrases about tho mon
archy and roj'alists. It mado a fooblo
effort onco or twice to drag in tho
personality of tho Miuisto'r of Fin
ance as a buffer to itsolf and its
oliquo. Anybody can see, howovor,
that oven Gladstone could not mako
both ends moot if his budget was
controlled by a crowd owning no
responsibility to tho taxpayers.
While a host of tho revolutionary
loaders and followers can find profit
in lavish expenditures on military
and other unproductive follies, thoro
is but slight hope of any effective
checks being interposed to prevent
tho country's steady decline to
Benefits of Annexation.
Tho evening Star has been con
taining of lato some very interesting
readings, on the habits and customs
of good old America. But the arti-
UIU WU Ilia Ail&ULia lUtftVl lUK"au
10H, ; ..:..! I.. .,n1..nl,1n ,,rl orW-
fying, as showing tho gentle and
civilized manners which aro to bo
introduced hero, if annexation be
granted, to the waitings of those ,
g Amoricaug amougTjSl who are
Somo time ago appeal was made
through tho medium of your valua
ble paper, to the patriotic feelings
of our steamship companies to alle
viate our commercial depression, by
reducing freight and faro rates. As
this cry was not answered, more
energetic steps have to be takon;aud
wo address ourselves to tho wealthy
and influential of our follow citizens,
praying thorn to extend a helping
hand to our suffering trades, by
creating opposition transportation
Hues. The handsome dividends paid
by our steamship companies prove
to all evidence that there is room for
similar enterprises. Although clouds
overcast our political sky, tho sun is
bright behind, and at least tho found
ations of the edifice can bo laid in
all safety. Pno Bono Publico.
Hawaii, August 17, 1893.
Two male Japanese were brought
as prisoners from Hawaii' on the
steamer Kiuau this morning. One
of tho Japs camo from Kohala to
serve a sentence of one year's im
prisonment at hard labor for attack
ing a luna. The Jap states that tho
luna struck him on the jaw to en
force an order, and he simply talked
back. The other Jap has been com
mitted for trial before a jur3' for rid
ing down a native at Halaula, Ko
hala. This one had also a tale to
tell. Ho said that tho proprietor of
a store where he was working col
lided with a native while riding
through the district, aud knocked
him down, and ho (tho proprietor)
put the blame on him, aud said that
he rodo over tho native. Conse
quently ho was committed for trial.
Tho advertising of Hood's Sarsa
parilla appeals to tho sober, common
souse of thinking people, because it
is true; and it is alwa3's fully sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
tho financial world would bo ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. Thoy toll tho story Hood's
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, jaun
dico, biliousness, sick headache, .con
Royal Hawaiian Opera House,
h. J. Levey Iessco. .
A SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
will, lilt rnp.uisNrEii ii y a
First Class Troupe of Actors.
SATURDAY, Augiibt II), 1803.
"Tho Death oi Harunana the Groat Horo."
MONDAY, August 21, 1)3.
1 "The Orlpplo Katsnnoro."
2 "The Forty-six rtunlus."
Japanese Music & Songs, Beautiful Costumes,
I'ltlUBB 1, 75e. nnd COo.
I fWJJOOIS OIlOII III I OCIOCK, BUIIIIUUIIUU
I t Mf. nni w.t 'rl..luu fn uiilu at Ilia ilnnr.
ST. ANDHEW'S O.VTHEDtUI..
Twolfth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy communion, 15:30 a. m.; morn
ing prnyor aud sermon, 11 a. in.; Ha
waiian evensong, 8:80 p. m.; ovou
song and sermon, 7:80 p. in.
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will bo as follows: 9:45 a,
in., morning prayer with "sermon;
Vonite, itnimol m i ; To Douin, I3ar
rott in E fiat; Bonodictus, Maunder,
B flat; hymns 20,'J and 255; anthom,
"Blessed aro thoy that dwell in thy
House," by Tours; oveuing prayor
with sorinon, OtfH) p. m.; Magnificat,
Smart in F; Nunc Dimittis, Haver
gal in E; hymns 223, 281 and 22.
Uov. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All
aro cordially invited.
Sunday Services- and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sorinon at
tho 7 a. m. Mass, every Sunday
during tho whole 3'oar. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with serinou in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
liosary and Catechism. & p.m., in
wintor season (November to Febru
ary), 4:0 p. m. in summer season
(Fobruary to Novombor), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Sorvicos 6 and 7 a. in.,
CENTRAL UNION CllUncn.
Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m.
Tho Rov.'Wm. Rador of Oakland,
Cala., will preach morning aud even
ing. Morning, subject, "The religion
of power"; oveliing, subject, "The
conversion of Saul." All aro cordi
ally invited to those services,
r. m. o. A. HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. in., sorvicos in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. m., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. m., Biblo Study in' Y. M. C. A.
6:30 p. m.," Gosplo Praise Service in
Y. M. O. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. in.,
prayor meeting at Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices in Bethel street hall at 7:30.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
(jurist oi waiter uay o;inus, xuui
lani Hall, roar of Opera House. Sor-
vk.os wni'ue held Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. ana
7:30 p. in., preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAT ADVEST1STS.
Seventh Day Adventist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Berotania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Bible reading,
every Sunday evening. Everyone
" We are six in fam-
A Farmer "at ily. We live in a
. place where we are
Edom, Texas. ul.ect to vioient
Colds and Lung
Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains iu the
Chest and Lungs,' and spitting-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in my
time, but let me say to anyone want-
i ingsuch a lnedicine-German Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, yoa
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief and is
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with Lung Troublesia
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families vhere
your German Syrup
is used we have no John
trouble with the
Lutins at all. It is
the rnedieiue for this Jones.
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
AUGUST 19, 1893,
.A.T 7SO O'CLOCK
For the Beneflt of Placing Electric
Llgbts In the Church.
1 Overture Hawaiian Hand
2 Chorus Hul Mela Noenu
3 Song Sir. Cuelho
4 Trlo....Mls3Paty, Mr. HoDf and Mr.
5 Bong Mlaa Nolto
(1-Fluto Solo. .' Mr. Darsotti
7 Overture Hawaiian Bnml
8-Duet Mrs. Paty ami Mr. Wakefield
O-Jleeitatloii Mr. Murphy
10-Song Mr. Booth
11 Kcho Piece .Mr. Heuterand Mr. Kuuun
12 Chorus Hul Male Nooau
TIekets to bo Imd nt
Kiiwh Co. iuhI tho Drug Storus.
Tlin HOHOONKIt 'NOIIMA,'
!i Toiih HcKletvr, huIjuIiiii-
tinny mint oi uaic ami i.nuiir; .
Conner mid Cornier lrunti'iiuil.
for rii' aim unrtivuinrt uniilv
7atttf THKO. If, DVCVlKfl CO,
Qawaiian Haraware Go.. LA
Saturday, Aug. 19, 1898.
The difficulty about a pump
ing arrangement can be over
come by the use of an Aermo
tor, dry seasons or wet seasons
it will run without fuel and
.without cost. People now
using them pronounce the
Aermotor the best and cheap
est power in existence. We
make this mention simply to
help out the members of the
Advisory Board when the mat
ter again comes up for dis
When we imported a couple
of "Western Empire" Wash
ing Machines some months
ago it was with the idea of in
troducing to the public some
thing that would save fifty to
seventyfive percent of the
time of the servant. The .first
one was bought by a lady who
knew its worth, the other one
we sold to a lady who wanted
to see if it was half as good as
we represented it. Since then
we have imported others and
the rosiest cheek Japanese
waiting maids at the theatre
Friday night were the girls
that are using them in wash
ing table linen and baby clothes
six days in the week. It isn't
the washing that makes cheeks
rosy but the fact that the use
of a washing machine gives
the girl more time with the
Mates of vessels must have
Whistles, and, if they want
something of a superior grade
they should come to us be
cause we have been careful to
select just what they need.
The fact of our selling more
Garden Hose than all the other
dealers combined may be attri
buted to cheap prices and
superior quality. It seems
that no t matter how large a
quantity we order it is hard
work to make it last from
steamer to steamer. If yours
has worn out buy a Hose
Mender from us; if it is beyond.-
redemption buy a new
piece of hose and" a Reel and
it will never wear out.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
are as necessary in this coun
try as anything in the house
furnishing line and necessary
articles should be of the best
quality. For either of these
hard wood is as superior to
pine as gold is to copper. Our
last invoice of Ice Chests is
entirely of the superior hard
wood variety and quite good
enough to be considered orna
mental furniture. Besides be
ing an ornament they are great
economists in ice, a matter
worthy your consideration.
It is said that the best ice
cream is made in White Moun
tain Freezers. We've tried
other sorts but none have
given the same satisfaction.
We have them for small, me
dium and large ice cream ap
petites. The price varies ac
cording to the size. If you
are pressed for time and want
a sherbert for friends who ac
cidentally dropped in to din
ner the "Little Wonder" will
finish the business in just seven
seconds after you have, packed
the cylinder. It makes ice
cream quite as rapidly. We
have only a few; the demand
last year was enormous.
In addition to a very large
stock of genuine Haviland
China we have quite a stock
of common English Table
Crockery suitable for kitchen
use or on plantations where
breaking dishes is an every
day pastime with the kitchen
help, In the assortment we
have also a lot of Plain and
Fancy Bowls suitable for poi.
We can fill city or Island
orders for these goods in any
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OppOHllo HiirtwkelH1 Jllouk,
807 FORT STREET.
By Lowis J. liovoy.
CLOSING ODT SALE I
By ordorol M. S. 1M8IUKRA, I will sell nt
A.T 3WEY SA.IjHlSK.003it
On TUESDAY, Aug. 22d
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
Tho Wliolo of his Stock of Dry Goods, eto.,
White & Colored Shirts
White nnd Brown Cottons,
Calicos, Muslins, Dress Goods,
Morinos, Flannels, Shawls,
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
Shirtings, Linens, Luces, Embroideries,
Flannelettes. Ginghams, Tweeds,
Cnsslmores, Sateens, Lawns,
Nainsook, Quilts, Collars,
Klbbons, Buttons, Perfumory,
Spool Cotton, Children's Dresses,
BOOTS and SHOES
Hosiery, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Large Slio-w Case
Ijewis J. Levey,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
in accordance with the law in such
case mado and provided. I will cause to bo
sold tho Honsohold Furniture, etc., of
Antone Rlcardo taken by mo in distrain
ing for rent, to wit:
1 4-Fost Bedstead, 1 Mattras, 2 Chairs, 1
Rocker, 1 Bureau, 2 Willows and Round
Said sale will tnko place at the. Auction
Sales Rooms of Lewis J. Levey, corner of
Fort and Queen streets,
On SATURDAY, Aug. 26,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
79iM5t JACINTH RAFAEL.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
CASH .is the basis of our business. For
Cah you can always get good bargains.
All our Goods aro Marked in Plain Figures ;
the richest man and the poorest child can
tell the prices of Goods in our Store. Every
steamer keeps our stock properly assorted.
Fashionable . Society . '. Writing . Papers,
Fabers, Dixona and every other kind of
Pencil at 10c. per Dozen up.
CROQUET SETS & OTHER GAMES.
The only Store which keeps a Full-assorted
Stock of TENNIS GOODS at
SOLE AGENT FOR
The Star that Leads them All.
SOLE AGENT FOR
The Cock of the Walk.
SOLE AGENT FOR
Pan-American Sewing Machines
Hand Machines $12 with Cover.
Stand Machines from $25 Up.
$2..ri0 extra Is charged for packing and snip
ing Stand Machines to tho other Islands.
A PERFECT STOCK. OF
Spectacles & Eyeglasses
Is always kept on hand In either Steel,
Nickel, Shell or Gold Frames. No
charge for testing eyes and
A Well-assorted Stock of NOVELS always
on hand. A Neat Assortment of
Bound & Children's Books !
At Publishers' Prices. No need to
send away for books.
MUSIC ORDERED BY EVERY STEAMER.
Of the Best German, Bpanish and American
juaKes on nana irom i.uu up.
Just received the BEST GUITAR ever
ofTored the public
Genuine v Spanish; Make
Unequalled In Tone only $7.00.
.Banjos, Tamborines, Harmonicas, Bones, Etc,
&T- SEND US YOUR ORDERS
FINE GERMAN STEAMER
V. E. Ii'i.ANi), Commander;
DUE HERE SHORTLY
Will bfr Despatched for the above Port on
Sept. Q, 1893,
Fur further nartluuiaru roirardliif
PuMsage und k'rolght, apply to
K. oauRA & CO.,
It obi n Mm llloolc.
The lhHy Bulletin it iMivtml hy
tarrUt for CO itl per month,
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Corner Fort 3e Hotel Streets.
I AM NOW OFFERING AT :
WHITE ..GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 16c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Ohallies at 15c. '
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
ScotchZephyrs & Dress Ginghams
S . Hi EC FL 3Li 1 0 131 ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,' - - - - Honolulu, H. I.
IS THE BEST.
We Guarantee Every Package
m- "WES SE3STD OUT a
WE HAVE .RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OP
40 Oases I
0 XDozexx I
1920 3?a,ols:a,ges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SJi "F'o-rt. St.ft.. - - - lEIonolvLL-u., H. I.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.