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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the Jtenefit of All,
TUESDAY, AUG. 29, 1893.
Gho "bioody pulp" Smith of the
Star and the Anuuxntiou Club thugs
a job of somu kind.
In this issue will bo found a strong
article from tho News Lottor, show
'ing how tho United Statos is dis
tressed in tho midst of groat plenty,
simply becuuso whon money is most
needed it is locked up by bankers.
Judging by tho frequency with
hich Mr. Blount is quoted since he
has gone away in sayiug hopeful
things for tho P. G. causo, tho Minis
tor, iustoad of being tho "oyster'"
tho organs were so fond of calling
him whilo here, must have been
talkativo to tho orgo of garrulity.
From tho oxperionco tho Govern
' niout has had thus far from putting
into olHce "those who stood reach
to risk their lives" for that object
and not tho ones tho Star gives h
may well decide to keep the huugrj
herd represented by tho Star awaj
from tho feeding trough a while
After running six
flooding the country-
appeals and samplo copies, tho Stai
has got one subscriber on the islauc'
of Kauai. The way it parados tho
letter containing tho subscriber's re
mittance reminds one of how a mat
down east described the dullness o
business in his town. Ho said it wa
rumored the other da.y that a mai
from a rural district was comiii'
into town with a dollar bill to speud
and tho fire department formed t
procession to meet him a mile ou
and escort him into town.
This morning's Advertiser at
tempts to justify tho abortive con
spiracy prosecutions. When thn
boot was on the other log, the samo
papor regarded it as madness h'
"nip a conspiracy in tho bud." It-i
idea was that the distompor shoult
bo allowed to develop into full
blown treason with Star "blood;
pulp" in evidence. X)iseussions o I
tho technical significance of "over,
acts" filled many columns of it i
"valuable" space, until it had satib
fled itself if not its readers that i'
was criminal on tho part of a gov
ernment to crush a plot to destro;
itself until after the goverumen
had been itself totally destroyed b
Inky Bilo. ,
Editob Bulletin: i
What is tho matter with tho editor
next door that ho should bo led
away into such weird and unearthly
speculation concerning his "friend
the enemy," as he is wont to dub
those "royalists," who are at ono j
the bano of his lifo and the cause of ,
his being lesurrected from a chicken i
farm? Why is it, that after having
written thorn and thoir causo out of
exisionce, apparently, he should so
worry himself now? Has the groa
editor of the oilicial sheet not had
one long seven months' career o
conquest and glory to chronicle.'
Has ho not written ttio history of th')
Kalnlau expedition in such special
correspondence and flaming head
lines as will carry tho names of Field
Marshal Dole and Goneral-Com-mandor-iu-Chief
Sopor down to pos
terity in eulogy that would causj
von Moltko aud Cardigan to turn in
their graves with envy? Has ho not
unnaturalized himself and heaped
kudos on his patrons, by writing up
that state funeral headed, "Tho Na
tion's Dead," in the most choice aud
profound'elegiacal blank-verse? Why
should gloomy speculations on num
erous suppositions as to royaliht
strength, alter all this seven mouths
in good P. G. harness, find promi
nence day after day in tho editorial
columns of the Government organ?
Is ho not comforted by tho fact
that a jury of our most conservative
men has assured him and his mas
ters that in all the scare ai tides
written by him months ago there
was no foundation outside of the
hallucinations which had their in
spiration in mixed drinks aud that
quality of underlying consciousness
that is over tho adjunct of wrong,
aud which can be ruad on tho frou
tispioco of the literary juckull no
loss than on that of the professional
burglar. Thoy both part with their
honesty for a consideration, the bal
ance of honor being in favor of Mm
burglar who profors to play his
shameful double part in tho dark,
Tho Hiu't'os3 of Mrs. Annio M
Boam, of McKcosport, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diurrha-a in hor
cJiiJdrou will undoubtedly bo of in
torost to many mothers. Sho says,
"I spont Boveral weeks in Joustown,
1'n., after the great Hood, on account
of my husband being employed
there. Wo had several cuildron with
us, two of whom took the diarrliQ'u
vory badly. I got somo of Chamber
lain's Colic, Choloia aud Diarrhu'a
itomody from iiev. Mr. Chapman
It cured both of tlioin. 1 know ol
several othor cases where it wat
equally successful. 1 think it can
not uo excelled ami cneoriuiiy ro
fimnmnnn w " v:fiiwi ni (-nw. iini
i . ti i-k. I t i i
tlos for sale by all dealers, lieuson,
Smith & Co., agontfl for the llawai
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milE WEEKLY BULLETIN-a
eitluif ReadlnK Muttei
X. uinns of Jnteroitlug Rendlog Muttei
Jl!ut, Wt oiftllcd to fprelyn oounU1o, f I ,
AUefrod Llbol of Minister Stovons
O. Qortz on Trial for Importing
Tho case of P. G. vs. G. C. Ken-
yon, for libol against U. S. Ministor
J. L. Stovons, was continued till noxt
term yoitorday at tho request of At-tornev-Gouoral
Smith. A week pre
viously tho Government had givou
strict notice that tho dofouso in cer
tain foreign jury crimiunl cases, in
cluding this one, should bo ready
by Monday tho 28th inst. Tho At
I tornoy-Gonoral's reason for continu
i aueo was that a document needed in
tho caso was among tho papors of
tho United Statos Legation, and
there being no Minister in chargo of
tho Legation tho document could
not bo obtained.
I Mr. Nouinaun asked whon there
i would bo a Minister at tho Lega
tion. Tho Attornov-Goneral ronliod ho
had no idea.
"You aro quite right there, Broth
er Suiithj" Mr. Neumuun remarked.
Ah Clung, who talked to aTvitnoss
on tho stand and was convictod of
unlawful possession of opium, yester
day, was this morning soutencod to
two months' imprisonment and to
pa j a flue of S100.
Cho Pang, who pleaded guilty on
Saturday of uulawful possession of
opium, was sentenced to one month's
Ah Lau was found guilty of un
lawful possession of opium, yester
day, and was to-day sentenced to
pay a fine of $75 aud 18.50 costs.
Akana, unlawful possession of
opium, was discharged ou nolle pro
sequi. Davidson for defendant.
Lai Hu, selling opium, was simi
larly discharged. C. W. Ashford for
Ah Hook had a chargo of liquor
soiling against him nolle pros'd. V.
V. Ashford for defendant.
Chin Sam withdrew his appeal for
unlawful possession of opium and
paid the fino of tho lower court'.
Hartwoll for defendant.
Ah Tai was tried for unlawful
possession of opium and acquitted
I his morning. Croighton for de
fendant. Pat Foo pleaded guilty and was
fined S30 for violating the P. G. gam
ing law. Creightou for defendant.
C. Gertz was put on trial this
. afternoon for importing opium. The
following jury was, after a number
uero excused for cause aud peromp-
iunr, uuciaruu sausiueiory auu
sworn: JLom May, j. u. Auuertou, d.
J. Egan, W. F. Love, J. J. Sullivan,
G. Brown, H. Davis, F. D. Wicke, T'
Douglas, C. Bosse, E. W. Jordan
and L. C. Abies. G. K. Wilder, De
puty Altornoy-Goueral, for the pro
secution; C. W. Ashford and Wake
field for defendant.
The jury in tho case of Bishop &
Co. vs. C. E. Williams, before Judge
Cooper, rendered a verdict for tho
Carl Henoch vs. Hawaiian Govern
ment, assumpsit, was tried before
Judge Cooper and the following
foreign jury: Jas. Steiuer, E. Lewis,
C. H. Potorson, H F. Wichmau, C.
J. McCarthy, S. I. Shaw, J. K.
Wilder, Geo. W. Farr, Chas. Lucas,
C. B. Kipley, K. J. Greono and T. M.
Starkey. Hatch for plaintiff; At-torue3'-Goneral
Smith and Neumann
for tho Government. At 2:30 the
jury were givou a recess while the
attorneys prepared instructions to
them for submission. Plaintiff
claims S1C00 and odd with interest
since a date in 1890 for work dono
in seeking Portuguese labor immi
grants in Europe.
Rooms to lot
with board at llaui-
Root Beor on draught at Benson.
Smith &, Co.'s.
For New Silks and Infants'
fits go to "Ka Maile."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. R. I. Moore, deutist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Beretauia street, near Emma.
Mr. W. H. Benson, piano tuner,
has just roturued from Maui, and,
as ho will go to Hawaii next month,
orders should be sent him early.
I FAMILY DRIVING
X Maro, sound, kind
aud gentle; will drive
KilK.li, .ir jlnnlilf. Alun
1 '1 lioroiighbn d Jersev 3H5
Bull, 2 years old. Inquire of
C. XV. MACFAULANE,
814-lw at Macfarliine A. Co., L'd.
I WILL NOT BE RI'SI'ONSU'LE KOI!
an debts contracted In my name b
any person without my written order an
thorilng tho sume.
J. H. HAREI&0N.
Honolulu, Aug. 2S, lhlti. 815-21
PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
auaiunt Robert William Holt ner-
soually are requested to present the tnine
without (lclav at tho Ollice of
JJRUOl: A A. J. OARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Auj. a, 1S!)1. BlU-tf
DI'ltINO MY TI'Ml'ORARY AI1
suiKuiroiii the country, Mr. Clarence
-M. White will act for me in all mattors in
comieuiou with Macfarlane .t On., (L'd).
E U maokaulanl'.
Honolulu, Auk. i'3, 160'. Bll-31
AT A MEETING OKTI1K DIRECTORS
of the Hawaiia.v SutiAit Co, held Aug.
loth, a DiWdeml of 'JU IWent was do-
ehirtd on tho Capital blooU of the Com-
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1 Sept. l, loin.
I WM. . IKWIN,
'lrousurer U.S. Co,
' Honolulu, Auk, IB, IhUJ. MJ7-IH
Daily Uulk tin,
60 omtt ( vurntU,
PAOIPICS ELECT OFFICERS.
Movement to Form a
Tho Pacific football team met in
tho Y. M. C. A. parlor yesterday
evening, nud nfter conducting rou
tino business elected tho following
C. L. Carter, President; W. F.
Frear, Vico-Prosidentj D. W Cor
bet t, Secretary aud Treasurer; Chas.
Tho following gentlemen wore ap
pointed as a cominil ton to negotiate
and arrange matches: J. Wise, J. A.
Thompson, L. F. Singer and N. Kau
haue. D. W. Corbett, Chas. Crano aud J.
Wise woro elected to draft a consti
tution and bylaws for tho club,
Tuesday aud "Thursday afternoons
were decided for practice dajs, aud
crimson and whito woie selected as
the colors. Tho boys aro enthusias
tic aud expect soon to have a match
with tho Honolulus. Tho cruiser
Philadelphia which is expected hero
shortl' has a number of cadets ou
board, who will mako a formidable
I football olovon, and it is tho aim of
a number of local sports to form a
football association to cousist of tho
1 Pacifies, Honolulus and Philadel
phia. Should tho desire bo con
summated a lively season may bo
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with Neuralgia of the
Mead, Stomach and Womb, and
.vrites: "My food did not beem to
strengthen me at all aud my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left bide. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter tabte. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
nf mvlimhs. It seemed to he worse
, ;n tfle wet coid weather of Winter
and Snrine: and whenever the scells
came on, my teet ana Hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried eveiy where, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful dtil of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
(i. G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.N.J
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEI5ERY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of .1 1'ower of Sale con
tained in a coitjin Mortgage executed
December I, lflll, liy An tune Buiba, of
Wailuku, Maui, to JobO tie Ponto.of Maka
wao, Maui, nml recorded in Liber 12'1, page
i27, the oaid Mortgagee intends to lore
eloic tho said Mortgage for condition
brokon, to wit: the non-payment of the
principal and interest secured there!)
w lien due. And notice is hereby further
given that upon such foreclosure (and un
less said Mortgage shall have been sooner
piid), all and singular the Lands, Tene
ments and Hereditaments in said Mort
gage contained and described will bo sold
at Public Auction, at the Court House, in
said Wailuku, hv Thomas Everett,
Auctioneer, on SATURDAY, theltth day
of September, lb'Jj, at 12 o'clock noon of
The Property of said Mortgage is all that
Piece of Land situato in said Wailuku, and
described in a deed to said Autono Borba.
I lecorded in the Registry of Conveyances
in Book 00, page 1C0. '
f&- For further particulars apply to
1 Thomas Everett, Auctioneer, Wailuku,
1 Maui. JOfeE DE I'ONTE,
Honolulu, H. I., August 12, 189.!.
tn, Strong, and con
venient for Ladies' use.
Apply nt this Oillce.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1(93.
BY TWO YOUNG MEN,
a Furnished Cot'ago
at reasonable terms. Apply
Bullkhn Ollice. 810-.U
E0NT ROOM AND
J nished Koonifl to let, at
tho corner of Alakea and
Merchant Streets, by the
Duy, Week or Month.
Wri-2w JENS E. NIELSRN.
NOTICE TO BPOBTSMEN.
KHOoriNfi on ornr.R
11 ui-so trr-passine
ou the I. iiuln of i
I .Maile and Wuliiiuwt, Dintrlet of Wuitiluu, '
I iiini hid 1.1111(11 ui Jiuauuu, H illinium, JUl- i .
nana, Waiauaand Waiau, Eistrictof Ewa. IlCfC
Island of Oahu, In forhldden. An) one
i dixrei;arding this notice will hu prosecuted.
8l.l-.it M. 1. EOIilNbON.
PEltSONH HAVING CLAIMS
agaii.bt A. A. Silva, Htuiukcupur,
stieet, Honolulu, are noreoy uoti -
lied to iiri"-unt the aino to the under.
Binned within SO days or they will ho for
evur barred; and all persons indebted to
wild A. A. bllva must maUe immediate
payment to M. it. ilu S.i at ?nld bllva's
htiiru on Kinati street, or to the under
signed. M. A. OONbALVl'.S,
Honolulu. Aug. 21, Ih'U. 8l,'-lv
IK I OAN RE OK ANY SERVICE TO
L vou In the wnv of Slmmonine SrUsorx.
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S.iwh, kopalrhig hpriul.lern iiud
I.IIIVIIIK iYlllVlin, 14111 ii .iiuiiiiid
1.IIK .tllllf. AM.lt I. .IUIIUIO.
1I11I4UIII1 IJllllir I'lllll. HIIIIII TIIII? 1 1I1U Ilfl!-
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tiitlliu: (Jlass. JtupulrlliK
l lltU. DUIl
.Mend in; Harden Jloso. eta, etc.. n
eta. etc., please
ring up Mutual Telephone No, Wl before
' a. M. or lielvvpii IU mid 1:'WI e. M.
7UII N V HMIIOKMP,
i Jq, Itinting neatly and promptly
I txtcuUd at th IlulUKn Offlo,
Hawaiiau Hardware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Aug. SG, tS93.
It is said that the delay of
the "Monowai's" arrival 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
for the purpose. These are
servicable, and pretty enough
to use as bric-a brae in your
parlor if vou do not like flut
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 while 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 vou 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
rump 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
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
mixinp- 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
It is our intention to
keep these paints together
with our usual assortment of
unmixed colors always in
stock. So that persons desir-
' ino- tn nnmt oil - nnw ro.-e f
i ",'fa. , , ' " '
1 ineir nouse may oe accommo
dated. Paint Brushes galore
may be found with us. Color
cards mailed to any part of'
the group upon application. j
From the numerous orders j
we have received it is quite
plain that plantation managers j
have not forgotten that we ,
keep in slock the largest sup-1
ply of "Helvetia" Belting in
the city. I
Hawaiian Hardware Go,, L'd
Opjioblte BproukeU1 lllook,
307 FORT STIIBBT.
1:30 P. M. SHARP.
1st EAOE-QUEEN'S PUKBE-76.
Race. H-MlleDash for Ha
2d RA0E HONOLULU PURSE 100.
Trotting and Pacing.
2 in 3 to harness.
Mile Heats ; beBt
3d RACE-MATCH RACE.
Rare. 1 Milo Dash between
pencer" and "Lord Brook."
4th RAOE-PRESIEENT HAWAIIAN
JOCKEY 0LUB OUP-J75 added.
Trotting and Pacing
f. Wile Heats; best
ree for all
a in o to Harness
5tii RACE - KALAKAUA
Running Rnce. Mile Dash (or Ha
waiian Bred Horses owned by tho
Members of the Club. Cap to become
tho property of the one winning it
6m RACE KAPIOLAN1 PARK PURSE
Trotting and Pacing. Mile Heats; 3
Minute Class; best 2 in 3 to harness.
Froe for all.
7th RACE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP
CO.'S CUP $75 added.
K-Mile Dash. Free
All Entries to close on WEDNESDAY,
Aug. 30th, at 2 o'clock p. M., at the Office
of the Secretary, and all Entry Fees 10
Percent of the Purse; all Cups $10.
All Races to be Run or Trotted under
tho Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All Horses not withdrawn by Friday,
Sept. 1st, at 2 o'clock p. u., are expected to
All Horses are expected to appear on the
Track at the tap of the
Judge's Stand, otherwise
Admission 60 Cents
Grand Stand (extra). 50 Cents and $1 00
Carriage (inside of course) $2 50
Quarterstretch Badges $5 00
0. O. BERGER,
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Gold and Colored Enamel I
Come early and secure one before
they are all gone.
McIHERNY BLOCK, - FORT STREET.
A FINE JAPANESE SfEAMER
Due here first week of next month directly
from Japan, will be Despatched for
the above Port on or about
Sept. 13, 183,
(Instead of ''Curala" as formerly
CW For further particulars regarding
Passage and Freight, apply to
K. OG-URA & CO.,
7fK-tl Hotel St., Robinson Block.
DPS,. !&. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Boll Telephone 188,
Orrioic; Mannakra street, front of No. S
Engine Co.'s Itiilldlug.
1 to B P, M,
It can be proved
J Jas tho
Of any papoi
For Local News
Corner Fort 8b
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 16c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
S. Ji !EzC Jrt Xj X CZ2 ! ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
8 "VVE1 SETJSTID OTJT "S
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
.40 Oases I
ISO XDozexx I
1920 IFaoIsieiges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
"F'Oft Street, -
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
ft S. TREGLOAN & SON.
- ETo-riolvil-u. "K, X.