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The New Surulinrguil Envelope ftiul
Postal Cords ol the Provisional Govern
mont (now uelng surcharged), will bo on
sale at tho Post Olllco on or about August
26th, 1SP3. JOS. M. OAT,
THE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the llmeftt of All.
WEDNESDAY, AUU. 211, 18D3.
Thero is nothing original or un
ique claimed for the discovory, neigh
bor. Your own columns gave the
nvidenco first, while Shakospoare
supplied tho theory loug ago ''Thus
conscience doth make, cowards of us.
If tho people of tho provinces of
Buonos Ayres, San Luis and Sautr.
Fe aro dsatisficd with their Gov
ernment or with tho iucumbeuts ol
tho several State otlices, why do tho
not do as wo do here wait for au
election and replace thorn with
others? This method of procedure
never seoms to occur to the South
American. His one way of changing
an administration is "to get up !.
revolution aud drive out tho official:
by force, which certainly does not
comport with tho North American
idea of popular governuiout.
This is not bad from the San
Francisco Chronicle in referring to
tho troubles in the Argontino Ie
public That is the same paper thai,
has from tho lirst supported tin
change of government in Hawaii bj
force, despising "tho North Ameri
can idea of popular government'
when the rights of Hawaiians aro ir.
THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE.
When tho Star takes urf noarh
two columns with an account of tin
progress made in soltliug tho Olan
crown lands with small collco farm
ers, it should bo honest enough tt
give duo credit to tho originator o.'
tho beneficent scheme. Queen Liliu
okalaui voluntarily divided up thosi
lands for settlement on terms t ha;
could not bo moo inviting, an!
under conditions thAt were compul
sory of thrift on tho part of tho sot
tiers. It was an infinitely botte.
schema for native settlers than i
the land had been tendered to then'
in feo simple, according to tho Gov
crnmeut homestoadiug plan which
once the prico had all boon pan1
would have left the settlers tho pro
of the land sharks with their mort
gage bait. The Queen's scheme wai
spread before the readers of tln
Bulletin long before the Star uamo
into existence, and tho Crown Lane
Commissioners cannot to-day im
prove on it when its author has beon
violently set aside. But tho Com- i
mission is departing from tho
scheme, accoidiug to tho Star's re
port, in a way to deprive the people
of their prior rights in the lands as
against strangers. Thousands of
acres are being loased to foroign cor-
porations. This is simply repeating
the story of sugar in coffee, without
tho reasons that aro patent for largo
sugar estates. Coffee is one of tho
products particular!' adapted to cul
tivation on small farms, which sugar
is not except on the central mill
plan which has never boon well tost
ed. Again, this lavish disposal of
coffee land to large corporations is a
violation of tho promises hold out to
tho people of tho country with tho
proposal to confiscate the crown '
lands. Tho revolutionary press rang
with tho good tidings of homes for
tho people when the Provisional
Government should have taken over
tho crown lands. Now, it appears
that tho beloved people aro to bo
hardly in it when tho division of tho
spoils is taking place. Instead of
benign prospects of happy homes
Bt uddiug the plateaus aud slopes of
Hawaii, wo aro to have counterparts
of tho groat sugar estates with moan i
cabins in nooks and cranuios housing
hordes of coolio laborers. For tlu ,
smart and independent farmer go
ing forth in the morning to till
his fragrant plot, wo shall nee
tho boisterous tuna mounted on a
mustang and flourishing a black '
suako whip, to muster tho abject
legions of Asia to their daily talo.
Oh, what a difference in tho morn
ing for tho dear people who ma)
have given heed to tho alluring pros
pects hold out to thorn while they
wero being robbed of real beneith!
Is a tantalizing admonition to thoM
who at this bouson fool all tired out,
wouk, without appotite and disooiir
aged. But tho way in which ilood
o. ......M:n Lulllu ,1,, 1 1... tiw.i
t .'...., I ,.,. ,. r,r,r,l ... r.tilr.
roally wondorful. bo no Buy, "Tuk.
Uooa'a and it will brnco you up
For a gonorul family cathartic wt
confidently rouotu-timd Uood'i i'illu.
RYAN NOX HIS NAME.
Goto Thoro All the Baino Has Sorv-
, od in Onhu Jail Before.
! Goorgo Ryan, as his nnmo appears
i on the (Jircuit Court unlentlur, was
found guilty of lnrcnuy in tho spc-
I outl ilugrvo by a loroigu jury y est iir
d.iv. 11 v mi utiwiso intuition ho
'wont ou the stnnd himsulf, whoro tain 11. W. Mist, ono of tho church
1 Attornoy-Gonoral Smith led him to w anions, submit tod tho last lottor
i forgo all tho missing links required rocoivod from Hishop Willis in tho
in tho chain of ovitloui-o. Otherwise corrcspoudonco going ou for some
tho probability is that ho would i timo pint. It uiitiouuced tho recall
have got oil' with conviction for tho of tho revocation or tho congrega
lightor ollonso of receiving stolon lion's lioomo, accompauiod by a pro
goods. Ho had managed to throw . posal to ask the Archbishop of (Jau
a good deal of suspicion on Stone, ' terbury to -vutl out a commission to
another blackleg member of tho , investigate matters in those islands
National Guard who has boon allow- touching tho peace of tho church.
od to escape from the prison and i
tho country, as being tho actual'
j thief. As it was, while the ballot as
J room was iinanifnouslv guilty, tho
I ballot to detcrmino t'ho particular
olTuuso revealed two disputing from '
the verdict of larcenv
Mr. Smith asked the defendant if
ho had sent somo of the diamonds
to his sister in Arkansas.
15yan answered, "No."
Mr. Smith made a slight movo
uiont with what appeared to bo a
letter in his hand as he asked:
"Whatl Did you not send any of tho
i diamonds to Hattio Horuor at Fort
"Yes, 1 sent her two small dia
monds." Being further cross-examined, tho
prisoner gave his real iiamo as Pres
ton Homer. Ho also admitted that
ho was convicted of larceny in Ho
uolulu six years ago, when he was
sixteen years of age, aud going by
tho uamo of McVeigh.
PEOPLE GOING AWAY.
Large Pussongor Lists by Steamers
Shortly to Leave.
Tho following passengers are book
ed at tho oflico of V. G. Irwin &
Co. to leavo by projected dopartures.
of steamers for Wilioh that firm is
By the S. S. Alameda duo from
tho Colonies to leavo for San Fran
cisco to-morrow: li. Callendar, Mrs.
Captain Fuller, Miss Clara Fuller, ,
Master G. G. Fuller, Miss Van Ang
lou, J. T. McGrow, A. D. Baldwin,'
Prof. ). L. Howard, Mrs. H. F. Lewis i
and child, H. P. Dyer aud wife, Miss
D. Lyle, Miss N. Egan, O. Soronsou, '
Emma C. Smith, A. Kuudson, E. '
Maddon, Miss Broughton, Rov. J. B.
Wakefield, Miss Wakefield, John
Wilson, Mrs. H. P. Baldwin, MUs E. ,
1 R. Leo, Andrew Mooro, J. A. Moore, j
Rev. O. P. Emerson, J. Emerson, ,
Harry Dana Priest, Rov. Win. Rador, i
John G. Van Tots, J. H. Fransen j
Van do Putte, B. K. Banning, Mrs. '
C. 11. Banning, Miss M. F. Slowed. ,
By tho S. S. Mouowai, due from'
the Coast on Friday en route to tho !
Colonies: A. W. James, Sir Gervaso
Glynn aud servant,
i I5y tho S. S. Australia, for San
Francisco on September 13: Mis
Carrie D. Castle, Miss I. Reuwick,
Miss D. Castle, Jas. B. Castle, Mrs.
H. N. Castle, A. F. Cooke.
Rooms to lot with board at llani
Root lieer on draught at Bonsun,
Smith & Co.'s.
For New Silks and Infants'
fits go to "Ka Made."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonsou, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith te Co.,
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ollico from King street
to Borotania street, near Emma.
,r ... ZZ z: r ,
Mr. W. H. Benson, piano tuner,
has just returned from Maui, and,
as ho will go to Hawaii next month,
orders should bo sent him early.
The Portuguese Society,
In your item in yesterday's issue
neaueci -a society spm, it is stateu
that (.among others; l tendered my
resiguatiou as President as well as
member of tho Portuguese Mutual
Benefit Society of Hawaii "on ac
count of trouble and brawliugs
prompted by a certain would-be
As far as I am coucornod, Mr.
Editor, I emphatically state that my
nothing whatever to do with tho al
leged causes mentioned in vour
item. I severed with regret my
..nnnr.fi inn with il.r. cnnir.ii- tvliir.li
conuection with the socioty, w Inch,
assisiou D3' a lew jnouu.s, i louuuod
twolvo years ago and succeeded in
raising to a high standing, simply
. "T. 7 .
i i. . : i : :...-
ueuiitu uiu iiiiiu u.Hiiu nuuu u iuiui-
lured loo much vvjth my position in
busiueB.s aud otherwise.
P. A. Dias.
HouoluhiAug. 23, 18D3.
S. S. Alameda Arrivou,
Tho following is Purser Sutton's
memo, of tho S. S. Alameda: Sailed
from Sidney Aug. 7lh, parsed heads
at 5:10 p. m.; ariivod at Auckland,
lllh, 'J a. in.; t-ailod from Auckland,
12th, 3 p. m.; arrived at Apia, Kith,
U u. in.; sailed from Apia, liith, 12:30
p. in.; btoppeil for Honolulu pilot,
?3il, 1 . m.; 11 days 21 hours from
Auckland, 10 d;t)s 22 hours from
Sydney, Experienced strong east b
east trades to f south, thence fresh
Tho S. S. Mariposa loft Auckland
for Sydney Aug. llth, at 0 p. in.
The Alameda will icaiimo her voy
age to tho Coast at 'J o'clock to
For a Initio back or for a pain in
thobiiloor oliorit, try buttinuiiiu
piei'o of llaiiiiitl with (Jliiiiiiborliiiii's ,
i'ltiii linliii and bliiilini,' il onto tho
' lh'utd iKirtti. This trofitiuuiit will
J, ordinary caui in ono or two
13'- ' " '";os r,'" "'
ntihiu. &U cont holt Urn for hiuo by
j all doalora. Uouboii, Smith & Co.,
I agonlH for tho Uuwuiinn Inland.
THE CATHEDRAL MATTER.
Kocull of Rovocatlon of Second Oon
Last night a mooting of malo
tnoiubors ol' tho SuihhkI Congroga
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral was
Hold in tho schoolroom. Air. Goorgo
llains was oallod to tho chair. Cap
Alter a goon cieai ol discussion a
motion was carried to appoint a
committee to ascertain particulars
of tho proposed commission. This
committee will report to an ad-
journod mooting to bo calloU for tho
purpose. Jlo srs. (Jnlton, von Holt
aud Jordan wore appointed as tho
Farewell Church Social.
Yesterday ovenirg tho beautiful
parlors and gallorios of Central
Union Church wero thronged by old
and young members of tho congre
gation and invited friends. Tho oc
casion was a social given by tho
ladies to bid farewell to Rov. Wm.
Iv'ader of Oakland, California, who
has relieved Rov. Dr. Bockwith for
several Sundays in the pulpit most
acceptably. After somo timo spent
in social conversation, during which
the guest of the evening was intro
duced to those who had not pre
viously met him socially, tho finest
of ico cream aud a great variety of
delicious cako woro served to tho
largo company. Mrs. P. C. Jonos
and Mrs. J. O. Carter received all
tho visitors at tho parlor entranco
and bado them make themselves at
homo. In the course of tho evening
Mr. T. M. Starkey was asked to favor
tho company with a song and ho
complied in good stylo to his own
accompaniment on tho piano.
& I tip
" I have been a great
Asthma. sufferer fiom Asth
ma and severe Colds
every Winter, and last Fall my
fiicnd.s as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress worn constant cough
ing, and inability to raise any of the
accumulated matter from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
Whenueaily worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Gentlo, Svrup. I am con-
o.-f..oi,i., fident it saved my
Refreshing ,.fc Alraostthefilt
Sleep. dose gave me great
relief and a gentle re
freshing sleep, such asl had not had
for weeks. My cough began immedi
ately to loosen aud pass away, and
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health and weight. I am pleased
to inform thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschee'3
German Syiup. C. B. Stickney,
Pictou Ontaiio." 6i
By Lewis J. Levey.
-vroTtf'E IS HEHEHY GIVEN THAT
, Ll in accunlunro witli the law in audi
cus made ami trovilud. I will cau-o to be
i-old the HdiisuhoM Furniture, etc., of
, Antone Kicardo taken by me in distraiu-
i "'iVt'.Lltirad1, 1 Mattraas, 2 Chairs, 1
Honker, 1 liuruuu, '2 I'Uiows and itound
' Ko.i Tahle.
1 Kiiid stilo will tiko place nt the Auction
. Sales I'oomsof Lewis J. Levey, comer of
' i,'ort nn,J (illcon streets,
rn a mr n?F) A V A n o- 9fi
v.. .-.- w.-...- , ... ,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Wt-!6t JACINTH KAl'AEL.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
TVTOTICK IS HEI1EBY GIVEN THAT,
this innlai i i-i in pursuance of u rower ol bale con
wus fouety u5 i ta,ne(1 jn a tertulll Mortgage executed
December -1, 1MM, hy Anume Roibn, of
Wailuku, Maui, u Joso de route, of Mnka
' .,"". Vnul ' "', jo'imled in Liber 1L', page
' ''-7' tllfi !,ll'l M tKCO illtCllds tO lure-
uloc lhe b!ll(l iiJ,,?,llK0 for condition
broken, to wit:
the noii-naviiient of the
and interest bi-mircd thereby
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ens gum Jloi
lens smi'l Mortgage hull liavu been i-o iner
jiaiiii, nil and MiiKuhir the Luudh, Tene -
iiimilu nml 1 luriiil t til tititi t u Iti til III liift
liae contained and deicrihcd will hu sold
at I'nbllu Auction, nt the Court llnu-o, in
.said wuiiuku, by Thomas w. Kverett,
Auctioneer, on HATl ltDAY, tlie'.lth day
of September, IBlij, at Hi o'clock noon of
A tV X IU'l.i 11 V( -Hi 1'IUHUkV llllll unit
Piece of Jjtud ltuatc in bald Wallulai, and
i nit iiiifPiiT fti 4.ii ill liiirinnifu iu nil iimr
do-crilied in u deed to said Antone Horha.
recorded in tho Registry of Conveyance-i
in Rook uu, page 100.
JCW- Kor furlher particulars apply to
Thoiua.s Eeiutt, Auctioneer. Wailuku,
Mnui. JOftK DE PONTE,
Honolulu, II. I., August l- lbU.I.
BY TWO YOUNG MEN.
a Furnished t'otuige
1? Middle Room
nt No. 4
tOMroRTAUl.K IX' R
J nlslifcd Rooms l lit, nt
the comer of Alukcu and
Murchant btreeti, by the
Day, Week or Mouth.
kuv-'jw JENS E. NIKLHEN.
Bawaiiau Hardware Go., L'tl
Saturday, Aug. JO, 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
Acrmotor 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
cussion. 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
seventy-five 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 matter how lare 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 be
yond 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
i ow-iuv.it. iui mi.iiu nuu ai-
1 cidentally dropped in to din-
' J I i
j tier the "Little Wonder Will
c .1, ,i, i,.,:,. : : ... .
i ninsh the business m just seven
second; ftfr vnil have rmrki'fl
!cWJiiUb dllLr JOU UdVL paCKLU
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
In-Ip, 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
j Hawaiiau Hardware Co., Id
Opiewltu Bnrnvkt'll' Rlook,
U07 FOXiT STKEBT.
mnko from nn artificially pro
duced GUM almost as olustic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can be mixed with all pig
ments, an u used in tno same
nmnner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments mote brilliant
than the purest and bst linseed
It possesses the remarkable
property of " coveting " with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It 11I30 mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
From tbe Manager o Paauhaa Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Letts Oliver, Esq., Manager Ameri
can I.ueol Co., ban Francisco.
A year ago T used some o! the oil manu
factured by your Company to paint one of
our Plantation building, at the same time
painting adjoining buildings with paints
mixed with American anu KnglUh Lin
seed Oils. The paint was mixed and ap
plied by a competent workman.
The buildiiiK painted with I.ueol Oil re
tains its original appearance, while those
on which Linseed Oil was used faded some
time ago, the paint becoming chalky. As
this Plantation is ou tho weather dide of
the Island, aud the climate exceptionally
trying on Paint, I consider the above to be
ns thorough a test as any to which your
Oil can possible bo subjected, its superior
ity being so apparent. I take pleasure in
recommending tho Lucol Oil to all users of
Vonrs verv Respectfully,
A. MOOUK, Manager.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
If you want a Good Pair of
-: C3-3L. OVBS:-
For Driving or Walking I can sell 'em to
you. Or if you want to see some
27&-W '- 3KTeolcwea.r
In the Latest Designs and Sliapps; call
around and feast your eyes. I
have also got a New Stock of
COLLARS : and : CUFFS
And above all do not forget that I am
Making v Shirts vTo v Order
In all Styles and that I am Sole Agent
DR. G. JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
Your Dhvsiciau recommends It for
FINE GE11MA3 STEAMER
W. E. I plan p, Conimandor;
DUE HERE SHORTLY
Will he Despatched for the above Port on
Sept. S, 189S,
For further wirtlculars recording
age and Freight, apply to
K. OG-TJRA & CO.,
FOR ALE !
South Sua Island Ikoauils
8UITAJ1LE KOK PLANTING.
in quantities to sdit
COLBURN & CO.
X M Toim itfi'ibtor, milituii
tiully Imlli of Ouk una LVilnr;
UiVIwr nml l.'oiir Funtuiiuil,
Kor iirlc bihI iHirtlcnUry ftiM'ly
vA if 'rum ii o'KV
itH n, en
The Dull) Uulletin is delivwd by
Oornei Port So
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
v"-irf mnci T.ottti- of.
i ivyuui iu JJn ii mil
ScotchZephyrs Dress Ginghams
. X i " JTv. X-l X C2 x ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
fi "WE SHJ3STZ) OXJT "a
WK HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases !
QO IDozein. !
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN Oil CASE
HOLLISTEB & CO.,
5S3 TTo-rt, Street. - - - "ETorLoTutVu, H. I.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Poar-in-Hands
.Nqq Doz. FouM-Hands
TREGLOAN & SON.