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Tiffi DAILY BDLLBTIK.
Pledyed to neither Sect nor Putty,
Hut tittablithed fot the Hem-fit of All.
MONDAY, AUG. 28, lfflKJ.
There is a rather thick silver lin
ing to the cloud of financial depres- '
sion in tho United States.
Our morning contomporary now i
displays a thirst for gore only sec- ,
oud to that of theeujiiing filibuster.
Cannot vacancies bo made for these
ghouls in the dog-killing biueau ol
tho police station?
"Di Vernon," in tho San Franciscc
News Letter, sots forth that about
tho only peoplo making any nionoj
out of tho World's Fair are tho wait
ers, and they do it by gross cheat
ing. This is another illustration oi
the provorb, ''Everything comes to
him who waits."
Mr. Georgo P. Castle makes no re
ply to the Advortisor's ropublicalioi;
of the charge that he was buyinj."
war material in San Francisco for
tho enemies of the Provisional Gov
eminent. Is it because ho knows,
that statements appearing in that,
paper aro only believed when tin.
readers happeu to havo other ovi
deuce of their truth?
Saturday's Star had only thirteop
(13) items of local news at second
baud from Friday's Bulletin, Iu
its treatment of the ehiof item o
Saturday, again, the Star showed
how it got its news by repeating i.
blunder from that morning's Adver
tisor. What a beautiful result tht
230 shareholders in the Star get fo,
their iuvestmout a day-boforo-yes
Ono foreign correspondent hac.
tho assurance to write that Mr. J. O
Carter resigned from tho Board o
Health "to strengthen tho move
.mont" against the segregation o'
lepers. Everybody here knows, auc
the correspondent know when he
wrote that statement, that Mr
Carter resigned for a reason tha
had its origin indirectly in his stronj
support of strict segregation.
Notwithstanding the finding o'
tho coroner's jury, laying the blamt
for tho nntno boy's death on him
self, it is not clear that tho sharp
shooters were blameless in leaving
tho inspection of the butts to tin
youthful marker himself. Cases o
markers being killed at
the butt.i '
havo been common enough in othe
countries to make marksmen every
where very strict in taking over,
Spread over live columns width of
tho San Francisco Call of July 30 i
a cartoon entitled, "Different Me
thods of Annexing Torritor3'." A
ono end is a German soldier bayonet
ing a Sainoan, at the other a French
soldier pistoling a Siamese, whilo in
tho middle a Hawaiian Islander U
offering a cake (should be a "ripe
peail") to Uncle Sam. Tho cartoon
would bo more accurate if its mid
die section showed J. L. Steven
taking aim at the Hawaiian voter?
with one of tho Boston's gatliug
Groat store is set by tho local
annexation organs on what they
deem will bo Mr. Blount's opiniou
of tho "royalist" politicians he mot
here. Suppose, however, Mr, Blount
has looked beyond all professional
politicians and formed an opinion
on tho great body of tho Hawaiian
people who woro never consulted as
to tho destiny rough-hewn for them
by tho Stovens-Thurston combina
tion? And suppose, further, that
upon his report the President and
Congress apply American principles
to tho caso of tho Hawaiian poople?
A Pearl City Garden.
Mr. Walter Hill, whilo recuperat
ing at Fearl City, has superintended
the plauting of a largo number cl
alligator pear trees at Mr. Arm
strong's place, as well as other con
siderable horticultural work. When
ho was iu charge of tho Koform.'iton
School some years ago, Mr. Hid
plauted and cultivated pear tree;.,
whose fruit cannot bo sui passed in
tho market to-day. His present
operations aro gioatly facilitated
by an aniplo supply of water from
a surface well, winch is raised bj
tho steady pulsations of au aei
motor pump, it is only a matter ol
lime when tho plot will bo one ol
tho finest fruit, vegetable and ilower
gardens in the couutry--alI three
clasnesi of products bemg now cul
Mr. il. J. Mayors, of Oakland, Md.,
hays: "1 havo bold thirteen bottles
of Chamberlain's Cough Jlomedy
to-day aiu am litorally sold out.
This is tho largest sale on record ol
any ono preparation in a day over
our counters. It gives tho best sat
ibfaction of any cough medicine wi
handle, and as a Boiler it loads al
other preparations on this maiket.'
For aalo by all doalors. Bonbon.
Smith & Co,, agents for tho llawa.
'pHK WEEKLY BULLET! N-28 COL
1 umim of JiitwuktliiK Heading Mutter
;ihwuW, ; mnIM to foreign oountrks,"'.
Tliroo Ohlunmon Plead Guilty and
Koceivo Sontencos Oontompt of
Awnti, wlio appealed from tho
Distiiut Court, whore ho was fined
SIM) and I'osts for soiling liquor,
pieadcii giniiy tioioro .uiiigp wim-1
nig at Circuit Court term this morn
ing, and was sentenced to pay a fine
All Sing and Ah lino, who appeal
ed from conviction of nlTray in tho
District Court, where they woro fined
$15 and costs, now pleaded guilt',
and were lined $15 without further
Ah Ching was put on trial boforo
a foreign jury for unlawful posses- , ovor s0l. in anv maKn.ino. The
sion of opium. U. K. U ilder, Dopu- riso ot lho pai.f,lc (joast Woman's
tv-Attorney General, for prosecu- prosg Association is described by its
lion; .). M. Davidson for defendant. founaor, the lato Mr. E. T. Y. Park
A verdict of guilty was returned at unrsti Wh0 Engj,r Bliri,0 in
nooii. At ino sanio iiuio -Judge
w lining ueciareo tne (leietiuaui to
bo in contempt of Court, for h
auompiei 10 coacu u witness on uio i
sianu. ino prisoner was romauueu ,,rosouted in two timely papers by ' servicable, and pretty enough
ThTs-ffleruooiitbotrrilofAhlan ' Co"'essmati Bovjers of San Diego to use :is bric-a-brac ill your
j.nisaiieruoou tuoin.noi au jan, an(j Hon. M. M. Esteo of San Frau- i : j i:i. n....
for unlawful possession of opium, is ' n;u. .Tnim ('miir mrna n mrwt Parlor 11 you do not like nut-
being tried boforo Judge biting , interesting exposition of tho arts of
and a foreign jury. Wilder for tho T10 Smuggler," whilo somo illus
prosecution; Carter &, Carter for do- trateci papers of intorest aro: "Irv-
Boforo Judge Coopor and a foreigu
jury is being heard tho assumpsit
case of Bishop V Co. vs. C. E. Wil
liams ot al. Hatch for plaintiffs;
Hart well for defendant.
John F. Bowler has given a bond
of $;J00O to H. E. Melutyre, condi
tioned on his failuro to maintain a
writ of error, in a suit of the lato J.
S. Walker against tho saiil Bowler
and others. This was a suit iu con
nection with tho dofuuet Elelo
W. R. Castle for tho plaintiff tiles
a motion to reinstate tho caso of
Woodruff vs. Ah Kai Kou on the
The Koua Coffee fc Fruit Com
pany, by its attorneys, Rosa and
Peterson, liles a general denial to
tho complaint of T. K. R. Amalu,
who sues it for wages as manager.
Tho P. G. laws are being mailed to
courts throughout tho islands.
Before Judge Coopor at chambers
the will or Thomas Rosewarao was
admitted to probate, and tho widow
appointed executrix without bonds.
C. Brown for petitioner.
Tho accounts oE Abraham and
Nagarau Fernandez, the adminis
trators of Peter Fernandez, were
appro ud by Judge Coopor. Hatch
for petitioners. Tho accounts show
ed receipts of $1110, and expenses of
The same Judgo partly heard peti
tion for approxal of tho final ac
counts of C. L. Brito, administrator
of tho o-tate of A. F. Ramos, de
ceased. The receipts aro $-149.23, ex
penses S4;)3 0r, leaviug balance of
$10 20 duo tho estate. A. Rosa for
Tho match played on Saturday
was of a most interesting nature.
ailles oro piciseu oy jit. .uisumau
i ami -ur. iiurnsuio, aim me game re-
suited iu a victory for tho latter by
15 runs, duo to the exertions of Mr.
! Burnsido, whoso scoro of 16 not out
was put togothor brilliantly, while
his efforts in bowling were most dis
astrous to his opponents. Mr. Lish
( man as usual played excellent
1 cricket, taking all the available
wickets with his bowling, and mak
ing the top scoro of tho day.
MR. LLSUMAX'S SIDE.
T. I.iihtnan, b Gardner.. . ,...'2i
A. Huwett, I) Oauliier u
C Huluntu, b Gardner 11
1'. I.:uv, b Gardner 0
V. Wueilun, o UulKUte, b Uurnsido .... 0
Jt. AuurbJuli, c Kiuut, b Jluniside. ... 0
LUIiman, b Uurn-Idu 1
feoiier, not out
MR. BURNSIDES SIDE.
fl. Httmside, not out
Ki'.v. V. Kitcat, b Lls-limau
W. Stanley, c and b Lislmiau . . .
.. JMJ3S, U UI1U U IjISII I1JUI1 t
D. l.ngan, c Hewett, b LUsliinun 0 i
Jl. Mist, hit wicket, b J.ishman ... a
n. I...... -. i t. i ! .1 a
w. uurunur, c Hewelt, u l.laninun .... 7
G LUIiuian. b T. Lislunnn . ........ i
Uyes .... ti
The game to take place next
Saturday, September 2d, will bo tho
return match between the married
and single members of the club. The
game to commeiico at 2:30 p. m.
His Wife Got After Him.
A half-whito couple had an esca
pade on Saturday night, which may
result in a suit for divorce. It ap
pears that tho husband, a young
man employed in a jewolry store,
wont down with another girl, ac
companied by a friend and his girl,
to tho Kind's boathouso. The party
stayed till a lato hour. In the mean- j
time tho wife had heard whoro the
truant husband was. She wont
down and surprised tho party. In '
his eagerness to got away from his
irate spouse, the husband jumped
into tho sea with his clothes on, .
minus 'coat and hat, and swam
ashore. Tho wife secured tho arti- i
cles, but as tho girl had also escap
ed, could not vont her rage on any
one, so she went home. Tho hus
band walked in dripping wot about
au hour after.
The advertising of Hood's Sarsa
parilla appeals to t ho sober, common
noun) of thinking people, because it
is true; and it is always fully sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
tho financial woild would bo ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. Thoy toll tho story Hood's
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headache, con
stipation. - ' ' '
Only one caso of drunkenness ap
peared on the District Court calen
dar this morning, and that one was a
native woman. Shu pleaded iuiltv
and was fined $2 and S costs. The
"" " '"", ", .:" ;1 .nnnr.V.lv L.r,
temporunco cuuso is apparently i00k
I intf up.
Californiau for Soptombor.
Tho Californiau for Soptombor
comes to tho front promptly with
tho beautiful colored cover of pop
pies which tho publishers havo
adopted during tho World's Pair.
Tho issue- is rich in fiction and illus
trated descriptive articles. Indian
life on tho plains is (jrnphienlly pro-
sl,llU.(1 in tl paJor bv Vernor Z. Hoed
on "Tho Southern Ules," in which
uiaiiy interesting leauires in ino 1110
of these peoplo aro brought out.
Tho illustrations aro from photo-
graphs and lino sketches by llarmot
i ami uraig. A paper of more than
ordinary interest is n description of
I the children or the street in San
Francisco. Some of the illustrations
rT i lwh nnnni' n n nitirttw tint futnat
papor on tho nava, rosorvo shows
wiltho oWu",fctuto 1ms done in
this direction. The article is richly '
illustrated. The silver question is ,
iuU9trated. Tho silver ciuest
ing" by Peter Roborton, tho "Ne
vada i'ootpnuts" unit "luseu."
Tho fiction of t lie issue is parti
cularly noticeable and the illustra
tions of tho story 'lu San Sebastian
Vallov," by Flora Haines Longhead
aro equal to any in tho Century.
Editorials, book reviews, etc., bring I
the issue well to tho front. Tho
price of tho Californiau is $11 a year.
For children a medi
cine should be abso
lutely reliable. A
mother must be able to
pin her faith to it as ta
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dangerous. It must be standard
in material and manufacture. It
must be plain and simple to admin
ister; easy and pleasant to take.
The child must like it. It must be
piomnt in action, giving immedi
ate relief, as childrens' troubles
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally or otherwise iu a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick
but biing them around quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions under long con
finement. It must do its work in
moderate doses. A large quantity
of medicine in & child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. These things suit old a$
well as young folks, and make Bo
s.hee's German Syiup the favorite
famiW mc ue. i
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEUEIJY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Tower of Sale con
tained in a certain Mortgage executed
December 1, 1V9I, by Antuiiu Burba, of
Wailuku, Maui, to Jo-ju do l'onte.of Muku
nao, Maui, and recorded in l.iber 120, page
3.27, the said Mortgageo intends to lor--cloie
the --aid Mortgago for condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of the
principal and interest secured thereby
when due. And notice is hereby further
given that upon such foreclosure (and un
less said Mortgage shall have been sooner
paid), nil and singular the Lands, Tene
ments and Hereditaments in "aid Mort
gage contained and described will bo sold
at 1'ubliu Auction, at the Court Houe, in
said Wailuku, bv Thomas W. Everett,
Auctioneer, on SATURDAY, the'Jth day
of September, ISito, at 12 o'clock noon o'f
Tho f'roperty of said Mortgage is all that
1'icce of Lund Mtuato iu said Wailuku, and
de-oribed in a deed to said An tone Borb.i.
U I recorded in the Registry ot Conveyances
8 in ltook IX, page IU).
J3f ror fuither particulars applj to
Thomas Eveiett, Auctioneer, wailuku,
Maui. JOSE DE 1'ONTE,
Honolulu, H. I., Auguot 12, 1S1U.
I WILL NOT BE KKSP0NS1B1.E FOlt
any debts contracted In my name by
imj person without my written order au
thoiulng the same.
.T. II. HARRISON.
Honolulu, Aug. 2-1, 1WM. 81G-2t
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
auainst Robert William Holt ner-
sonallv arc requested to present the same
without delav ut the Ollice of
BRUCE & A. J. OAimVUIGHT.
Honolulu. Aug. 2!, IbiH. Bl.'t-tf
DURING MY TEMPORARY Alt
hcucu from tho country, Mr. Clarence
M. White will net for me in nil matters iu
connection with Mnefnilane A- O i , (L'd).
. E. (J. MACPARLANE.
Honolulu, Aug. 23, IS'JJ. Hll-:ti
tun, htioug, and con
venient for l.ndii-s' use.
Apply ut this Ulllce.
I Honolulu, Aug. 2ii, 1-03.
I FOR BALE
1 FAMILY DRIVING
J Marc, umii'l, kind
and geut'e; Mill drive
..lln'li, ii flfiiililf. Alsn
1 Tlinroimhbrfd Jer-ev --i -
Bull, i years old. lii'iuire of
(3. V. MACPARIANU,
nll-lw at Mucfuclnnu it Co., L'd.
DR. 1L. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Bell Telephone 186,
OiricLi Mnunokea street, front of No,
Engine Vo.'t, Ihilldlng.
Denim's Place, Kolulu,
Daily UulUttn, M iumiN ' vinnth,
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'u
Saturday, Aug. 20, 1808.
It is said that the delay of
the "Monowai's" anival was
caused by her running so fast
a part of the journey that her
copper sheathing got hot and
they had to stop in midocean
to give her a chance to cool
off. Whether this is so or not
we cannot say but we do know
that the "Multum-in-Parvo"
Charcoal Iron is the most con
venient article to be found for
the laundry. Just fancy doing
your own fluting without the
expense of a regular machine
, ' .. , 'n,nii ,.
for the purpose. lhese are
We call the attention of the
public to a Basting Pan in
which the meat is basted auto
matically, so to speak, that is
to say that your meat during
the process of cooking is
thoroughly basted without
your having to do it yourself.
Verily it. is the cook's friend.
We have them in ordinary
sheet iron and white enamel
ware. They're a good thing
and not expensive.
If you sometime want to do
some fine baking and can't be
cause the mesh in the seive is
too large it is painfully evi
dent that you need a hair
seive. We have them suited
to your wishes.
We understand now that our
statement that horned toads
were to be imported to kill the
blight was premature. The
toads will be imported provided
some assurance may be given
by scientists abroad that the
blight won't kill the toad. Fre
quent spraying with insecticide
wash has thus far proven the
most beneficial to the trees and
plants. The Lewis Spray
Pump is the best for properly
distributing the liquid and we
sell the most approved styles.
In selecting a Sewing Ma
chine care should be taken
that the stitch is strong and j
the machine simple enough to
make the running of it a plea
sure rather than hard work.
For years the Singer Manu
facturing Co. has enjoyed the
reputation of turning out the
most substantial and most ser
vicable machines in the United
States. The tension of their
machines is so arranged that
the operator can go from lace
to sole leather without having
to finger a half dozen screws.
The "New York Favorite" is
a machine built by the original
Singer Manufacturing Co., at
their extensive works in New
Jersey and upon identical lines
as the improved Singer. We
import them from the factory
in car load lots and are thus
enabled to sell them at prices
which knock all other sewing
machines in Honolulu "galley
west." Thirty or forty dollars
saved on any article is consi
derable; imagine, if you can,
what it is in the price of a
By the "Monowai" we re
ceived a very large invoice of
Ready Mixed Paints put up
expressly for use in this cli
mate. We have been careful
to select an assortment of
colors that will please the va
rious tastes to be found in
cosmopolitan Hawaii nei. The
manufacturers assure us that
in mixing the colors "a little
bit of this and a little more of
that" have been added so that
the paints are of a much better
quality than is usually sold
here. It is our intention to
keep these paints together
with our usual assortment of
unmixed colors always in
stock. So that persons desir
ing to paint all or any part of
their house may be accommo
dated. Paint Brushes galore
may be found with us. Color
cards mailed to any part of
the group upon application.
rrom uie numerous oiuersi
we have received it is quite I
plain that plantation managers '
have not forgotten that we j
keep in stock the largest sup- i
ply of "Helvetia" Belting in,
the city. I
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hpreckelrt1 Blook,
307 FOHT STIiKET.
1:30 P. M. SHARP.
1st KAOE-QUEEN'S CUP Purse $50,
Running Race. Ji-Mllo Dash for 1
wnlluu JJred Horses.
2u RACE-HONOLULU FUR8E-50.
Trotting and Pacing.
2 in 3 to harness.
Mile Heats; best
3d RACE-MATCH RACE,
' "Duke opened
1 Mile Dash between
Spencer" and "Lord Brock."
Trotting and Pacing. Mile Heats ; best
3 in 5 to harness. Free tor all
5th RACE-KALAKAUA CUP.
Runnine Race. Mile Dash for Ha
waiian Bred Horses owned by tho
Mombers of the Club. Cup to become
tho proporty of the one winning It
TrottinK nnd Pacine.
Mllo Heats; 3
Minute Class; best 2 in 3 to harness.
Free for all.
7tu RACE OCEANIC
Ji-Mile Dash. Free
All Entries to close on WEDNESDAY,
Aug. 30th, at 2 o'clock p. !., at the Office
of the Secretary, and all Entry Fees 10
Percent of the Purse; all Cups flO.
All Races to be Run or Trotted under
the Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All Horses not withdrawn by Friday,
Sept. 1st, at 2 o'clock p. m., are expected to
All Horses are expected to appear on the
Track at the tap of the bell from
Judge's Stand, otherwise
Admission 60 Cents
Grand Stand (extra). 60 Cents and $1 00
C.-.uiage (inside of course) $2 50
Quarterstiotch Badges $5 00
C. O. BERGER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
August 22, 1893.
Attack on tho Jury.
Scandal In tho Station House.
A Quarter's Finances.
Honolulu Police Department by C.
Notes on the Passing Show by Ob
server. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Full Reports of Cases on Trial.
Editor Johnstone's Trial for Libel.
Report of Session P. Q. Councils.
STORY OF KOOLAU'S DEED:
As Told by Two Kalalau Lepers.
Lies Spoil Jack's Liberty.
Explosion ut the Palace.
Local News and Gossip.
.Shipping Reports, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Home $4. Foreign $5.
BY TWO YOUNG MEN,
a Furnished Cotiage
at reasonable terras,
Bullktin Oulce. 810.
RONT ROOM AND
at No. 4 Garden Lane.
J nlshed Rooms to let, at
the corner of Alakea and
Merchant Streets, by the
u.iv, cok or Jioniu.
80-2w JENS E. NIELSEN.
"1HK SCHOONER 'NORMA,'
63 Tons ReL'l.ster. uubatan
tiully built of Oak and Cedar;
Copper and Copper Fastened. -vjf2
copper ana copper eastern
Worprliw nd particularti npr
or priew nu particular apply
7'xtf TMKO H TVrVTRH PO
It can bo proved
Of any paper
For Local News
Corner Fort &
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Scotch Zephyrs Dress Ginghams
3 . JEj Ei JFL X-i Jl. G H. ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Nestles' .. Food
IS THE BEST.
le Guarantee Every Package
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5SS "Wort. Street..
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN k SON,
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