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M DAILYS BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
llul Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, AUG. :1, 1S9;?.
Mr. Etntiiulutli was lutl on tho i
trail of tlio alcohol hill nuuin to-ilav. !
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This .'lftnriuiiiii'H niinn mwoioii nf
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tuo Uouucils was short ami mum-
l,orlanU - I
An additional appropriation of
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guards, some noteworthy catches of
opium may soon bo expected.
Lawyers wore m tho usual state of
iinnvii1in.s MiU nfWnnmi. Tim
Judiciary's tlouble-barreled gun
would soon bring down all the game
if tho setters and pointers woro not
A emlfl.iil fnll in (tin iirin.i ,tt T.'-.ut '
Indian oxrhancu, just before the ,
closing of latest foreign advices,
produced an impression in England
that tho Indian Uo eminent had
decided to re-open its mints to tho
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including the Fiiinncial News from
ich we have quoted au able aiticlo
tin I.Iim stUnr miiwltnii. I'Mtwtrtiir Mini
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tho closing of the mints was a bum-
dor, which the ludiau Government
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would do well to acknowledge and
One of the most serious results of
tho financial stringency in the United
States is tho inability of farmers in
the Northwest to obtain 11101103' to
move their vast wheat crop to mar
ket. At latest accounts a plan was
proposed to have the bankers issue
clearinghouse certificates of various
denomination-, with which bikers
could pay tho farmers for their
grain. Something like this will pro
bably be adopted. It would be na
tionally calamitous to have the wheat
crop detained in the fanners' bins.
From tho tone of tho ollicers of
the court-martial and the piosocu
tion, at tho conclusion of tho trial
of Paymaster Sullivan at Vallejo, it
was believed there that the accused
would simply be reprimanded for
carelessness instead of being con
victed of embezzlement. Tho mildoi
result would lie very disappointing
to the Hawaiian Star. That paper lias
yearned to see Mr. Sullivan huniili- Notices of withdrawals mutur
ated to the utmost because ho was I ot);S0Su,r,bor'
one of those chivalric spirits in the
American navy who did not believe
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ui uaMiiii uiu strougwi oi mo uuueu
States employed, at tho instance ol
a local faction in a foreign port, to
overturn tho Government of a small
and friendly nation.
THE PUBLIC HEALTH.
If the present Board of Health i
so abnormally ellicient as is repre-
eouieu, il uiiiii. io swuu uu us uivii
ifnninr.lil.itii ..ri.iilltitii.n tvitliillll. nf.
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ion to inuho us virtues suiue ouij
liv ..nnlncl it-itli II. nnlno.uir
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inus iar u seems io nave in general
but carried on the policy of tho pre
ceding Board, with prott-much tho
same executive staff both at Houo-
lulu and Miihik:ii. Vlmi it has dt-
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liauuu iu uuo (j.ii iiuui.u iiKtiu iuu
caution of its omdeeussor. it hab
brought about a grievous series of
disasters with no compensati
vantages worth mentioning.
disasters with no compensating; ad-
year when there was cholera at
Bremen and other European ports,
the then Board of Health was alive
to tho risk of infection and had all
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foreign mails rigidly quarantined.
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.Now when cholera is reported at
scores of European centres aud at
New York, the present Board of
Health makes uo sign, beyoud a
casual word about "duck ponds at
Waikiki," that it will do anything
to keep tho scourge away until the
pest tlag be seen fluttering from
some masthead off Honolulu harbor.
Chinese are allowed just the bamo as
"iu tho good old days" to discharge
tho slops of poi shops and laundries
iu the open street to poison tho air.
One of the Government organs
seems to think that all will bo well
if some doctor bo placed on guard
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au iuv uiuiiuu KaLU'V " "" in-
signed the Annexation Club roll.
Without having fulfilled thin condi
tion a physiciau who may havo grap
pled with small-pox and cholera iu
a dozen life and death struggles, on
behalf of threatened and stricken
communities, is simply no good and
should not be omployed by the
Board. Tho present Board may
havo diio opportunities for proving
its metal, and tho loss it boasts be
fore being put to tho test, the more
brilliant will be any triumphs it m)
achieve. Jf I hero is ouo department
of tie public service that should be
knpt high above all partisan con-
sid.n-nLons, if is that one which has
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111 iU Iwojtmg tho protection and
pruiurvatiou of the public health,
For a lame back or for a pain u
the side or elumt, try Baturating h
nioco of llaiiuol with OhamborlauiV
l'aiii JJalm and binding it onto tin
ftiroetod partH. This treatment will
euro any ordinary ouso iu one or tvvi
dayH. I'nlii Uiilm uImo uiinm rliuuii)
atfciii. CO cent bottloa for Halo b.
all doalora, Uoiibuu. Smith k Co .
BKeiiU for the UnvvalUn UUndi,
PRO VISIONAIi LEGISLATURE.
Hegulnr Goueral Session ol' the Exe
cutives and Advisory Councils.
Tho wooklv session, of tho Exocu-
I tivo and Advisory Councils was call
in I ii iiriliir mill fituitlnfl tlllll tirnriir
at 1:12 oVloclt this afternoon b
i act in-President l' M. Hatch, with
wliuiu woro nrustMit Miufctors Kine,
Dmo nd Smith, and Coiinoillors
Allou, Waterhutisu, lummy, Nott,
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amir, loun, cuu, uuuu, I'-iiiiniMuiu
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ti'3 of iirouous meeting. j
. Mll,!sior D"m" l0!ul week y
' dl ?tloiuUntfnh,o ho monthly
siatoineni oi tno rostai aavinits
Bank, as follows:
Kivm. smniir kih rut:
Kmumi .Vimti ;;n, v!M.
Mir c;lll iioeiium imliilioi' AllK.
lnU.lUir ,,,., '
Uevemie'stamps' '.'.7 .'.'.' .'.'.'
$ L'.lHI 00
3,30 J 00
f liiviiftiim.iit I(.iill7nllmiti.
J 171,204 21
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it,,.,,, 0f Hi-alth
a' "f burvey m 40
ltuKlstrv of Conveyances.. .. 100 2.i
1 111 40
Kiiiauce, salaries 501 80
interest 7S 00
flutil. Exjienses Prov. Govt.
Uoiul taxes to special deposit.
School taxes "
$ 11,1.07 15
Current ncoimut balance.
OiUotnnililiK llonils . . $2,015,000 00
Due l S. Hank 532,505 01
l'rea-tirv and l M. G. notes . 230,000 00
I'liii amount il $150,301.03 was
paid I'roui general revenue
in the treasury to carry on
public improvements un
der See. 2 to date and all
receipts from -.do of bonds
under loan of 1803 pass into
geneial cash as offsets until
this debt is cancelled $ 150,301 03
Less bonds, Act of 1S9.1, sold
to date 132,000 00
$ 24,301 03
Amount due fmni P. S. B. for
advuliees fiom general rev
enue to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts
Amount due general Treasury
thisd'tte hum Loan Ael
I". S. UOK MEMO,
Due depositors $ 532,505 01
33,3 W 00
ruvlblSKL ..ovmomrnt memo.
l:Men,es visional Uovern
inent to date
$ 110,310 40
This amount covers ail eponses includ
ing milium and others not appropriated
bj the last'Lcgisluture.
mrmo cvsii in rni:si,i(V.
Outstanding certificates to re
deem wYiich there is a cor
responding coin deposit in
$ 250,000 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
ior sine Keeping
Postal Savings Hank lialauee
Koad Hoard lend In Treasury
bellOOl llouM flllld 111 J TeaslirV
Available cash as above
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.$ 254,099 10
IIKMsOF UIKCKM.VNKOUS. KXI'ENUITUBE IN
! llo.uls and bridges, general ...$ 09 01
. I' . Speri.il, Hon
insane .gyiuiii .
$ 2,102 4(1
t'ire Department ...
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Nurseries . . .
I Public Grounds,
I'OsrAI. 8AVIXOS BANK.
, Btatemont of Traiibaotiona from July 27,
j is&j, to August 30, 1893, both inclusive.
j Amount due 2125 depositors .$ 510,551 Oo
uepoMts on iass dook hc
' li depositors have taken term
'i'0'11 certJtlcat .JL9;'
.$ 557,400 70
Js depooits on pass books. $ 23,890 (50
1 teim certificate paid with
interest , . 1,005 00
' Total withdrawals
$ 21,89') UI
'total number of depositors
Aug. 3i, 2101 having an ag
gregate deposit of $
' ('ash on hand July 27
lleceived from deposit
Received from term eerlllli'iites
Paid withdrawals fA't.h'JO 00
Paid certificates. 1,005 00
Deposited at treasury 19,007 09
r'aah on hand, Aug. 30, to meet
daily ilon muds $
Notices of withdrawal matur
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Tho reports woro received aud '
Ti n Su4 ir Cm it It rtii iiniiniiiwl t tin P
i G. lawB down to Act 42 printed and
ready for distribution.
iuu 1IIUI IUUI tllU UUUIUIIIIl VUIIIIIlll
, , . , r,.0.,rtli on tilu ail.l,hol
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Minister Smith reported progress
i made but no docimon, aud linked for
, furtlior tune.
Minister Uitiuuii had made m-
ijuiriea of foreign coiwulu, and found
' that in all other countries alcohol
vvuh placed on the iumo footing as
, Ti.no was granted.
Mr, Morgau arrived und took hid
Secretary Koiigors rend tho bill to
tirovide S2S0U additional for Custom
House guards, Houolulu, which on
motion passed second leading.
This ended unfinished business
and the Secretary announced there
was nothing on the order of tho day.
Mmixtor Smith at o clock uiovoci
that the Couucils go into executive
i THE C. & A. 3. S. WAHIUMOO.
Memo, of Hor Pu3!niKo tiom the '
T,e o. & A. S. S. Warriinoo. Mac-
Arthur coimuaudur, was tied up to
tll0 Vaoi&0 Mail dook t lsJB O.jloek
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.i.i:..i.u . i.j.r.ii .,..!. ...' i i
headed townuls the Mai me Uailwav.
11 was presumably JMlot Maeaul()y's
iiesiro io uriiiLr iuu hiimiiii'i iiiuiiu- i
side the wharf stom first, but It i
't work, and much time was .
The Warriuioo left Sydney :
Thursday, Ann. 17th at 5 p. in., and
Brisbane Satuulay. at t p.m.. taking
the route north 6f New Caledonia.
The equator was crossed on the 2t5th j
at 51 p. in. Oahu Island was sighted I
8:S5 this morning. Experienced
strong N. E. winds and heavy seas
the first two days out from Brisbano,
the weather then moderating. Strong
13. N. E. trade winds wero carried
till 10 N., thenco to arrival fresh N.
E. winds and tonally weather.
The Warriuioo brought no pas
sengers for this port, but has 1-1
cabin and 28 steerage for Vancouver.
Her cargo consists of horses, fruit
and general merchandise. She will
leave again at '.) o'clock this ovouiug.
A. liellanger. Fropr. , Stove Foun
dry, Montaguy, Quebec, writes: "1
have used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It gave me gicat relief. I
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ed. Hergeron, General Dealer,
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L.U11.OU, ivc is, viiciici:, milus; i
have used AuKuil Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Harrington, Engineer and
General Smith. Svdney, Australia,
writes; "August Flower lias effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss.,writes:
" I consider vour August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used seveial bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a vj11 man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over."
0. !. CM-lvN. Sole Manufacturer,
V, Oiiillxuv, 'ev Ji'isey, U.S.A.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
August 29, 1893.
Questions and Answers.
The I.nnd and the People,
Not So Fast.
The New Treaty.
The Star and Native Opinion.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Full Keports of Cases on Trial.
Kyan the (Jrown Jewel Kobber.
Aeiptittul of Sinclair and Walker.
Keport of Session P. Q. Councils.
Tin: smiiy rou ovnn
By a Son of St. George.
MIXJSTKll JtLUUXT TALKS:
dives a Clear Statement Regarding
The Stamp Trade.
ixicai .ew's ami liossip.
Shipping Keports, Etc., Etc.,
LATEST FOUKiaX XL'WS.
Home $4. Foreign $5.
IWII.I. NOT HE RESPONSIBLE FOR
any debts contracted in my nanio by
any jierson without my written order au
thorizing the same.
J. H. HARRISON.
Honolulu, Aug. 28, 1S91. 815-21
AM. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against Robert William Holt per
sonally are lenuesled to present the same
vv ithout delnv at the Ollice of
BRUCE ,t A. J. CARTWRIUHT.
Honoluln. Aug. 25, 1891. 813-tf
iONER 'NORMA,' JJ&A.
Register, Bulmtan- JP&ri
if Oak nnd Cedar; 4JKs.A
I JL 53 Tons
tlallv built o
"I'l 'd Copper
'or price and iiitrllcul
Jopper fastened, ij&l2i
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MOflday, Sept. 4V 1893.
Applications for admission should
be nmdo lininedliuely to
miss S. J MAloKK
17 u Principal of Munnnl.
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' "'' f Commrnlal lmlinu
promptly ereouted at Inn mlet of th'
' HulUHn QfHnr,
Hawaiiau HarflwurB Go., L'a
Saturday, Aug. L'ti, .S'.'W.
It is said that the delay of
the "Monowai's" arrival was
caused by her running so last
a. part oi the journey that her
copper sheathing, got hot and
they hail to stop in midocean
to give her a chance to cool
off. Whutherthis is so or not
we cannot say but we do know
that the "iIu turn-in-rarvo
Lliarcoal Iron IS the most cotl-
veiiient article to be found lor
.i i i i . r i
,hu laundry. Just lancy doing
your own fluting without the
.Xnenso of a rCtrular machine
for the purpose. These are
servicable, and pretty enough
to use as bric-a-brac in your
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parlor if you do not like ilut-
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
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, Wight was premature,
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
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tnat tile Stltcn IS StrOllP- ana
rhM ninrhmM cimn p fmjiiirrh in '
make the running of iva 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 irom the lactory
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 ot
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.
From the numerous orders
we have received it is quite
.dain tnat plantation managers
tave not forgotten that we
eep in stock the largest sup-
'ply of "Helvetia" Belling in
I the cits'.
Hawaiian Rardwaro Co., L'd
OpponlUi HpreckeU' lllook,
307 FORT STREET.
1:30 P. M. SHARP.
1st KAOK-QURBN'B P0UBR 7A.
Hunnlng Kuco. 3-Mlle Dash for Ha
waiian Bred Horses.
2u HAOB-HONOLULU PU118E-$100.
Trotting and Pacing.
2 in 3 to harness.
Mile Heats; best
3d UAUE-MATOH HACK.
Kuiuiing 1'ace. 1 Mile l)uh between
"Duke Spencer" and "lA)rd Urock."
4tu ItACE PKKS1DKNT HAWAIIAN
JOUK.EY U1.U11 UUP-$75 added.
8 In 5 to harness. Free for all
5ru RACE - KAI.AKAUA. CUP
Running Rnco. Mile Dash for Ha
waiian Bred Horses owned by the
Members of the (Tub. Cup to become
the property of tho one winning it
0th RA0E-KAPIO1.AN1 PARK PURSE
Trotting and Pacing. Mile Heats; 3
Minute ('lass; best 2 ill 3 to harness.
Free for all.
7th RACE OCEANIC STEAMSHIP
CO.'S CUP-$7ft udded.
Running Race. -Mlle Dash. Free
All Entiiesto close on WEDNESDAY,
Aug. SOlh, at 2 o'clock r. M., at the Olliou
of the Secretary, and all Entry Fees 10
Percent of the Purse; all Cups $f0.
All itaces to be Run or Trotted tinder
the Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
All Horses not withdrawn by Friday,
Sept. tst, at 2 o'clock r. m., are expected to
All Horses are oxpeeted to aniiear on the
Track at the tap of the bell from the
Judge's Stand, otherwise they will bo
Admission 50 Cents
Grand Stand (extra). 50 Cents and $1 00
Carriage (inside of course) $2 50
carnage imsiue oi course) i:
(iuarterstretch Badges.... $5 00
C. O. BEKGER.
Secretary Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Gold and Colored Enamel !
Come early and seeure one before
they are all gone.
MclNERMY BLOCK, - - FORT STREET.
A FINK JAPANESE STKAMKlt
Due here first week of next month directly
from Japan, will be Despatched for
the above Fort on or about
Sept. 13, 1893,
(Initeud of "Onrula" as formerly
For further nartloulars reeardluu
Passage and Froight, apply to
K OG-URA & CO.,
7IIU-U1 Hotel Ht Kotiiiibon Block,
idi. :m:. goto,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Bell Telephone 188,
OmcF.: Mauimkeu street, front of No. !
Engine Co. 'a lliillding.
1 to B P. 7JL.
Debha's Plate, Kululu,
FKONT KOOM AND
Middle Kooni to let
at No, 4 Harden Lane,
lllshed Kuuiuo to let, ut
the corner of Alakeu and
Merchant Streets, by the
nay, wees or .iioiiiu
JENB K. NIKI.HKN.
( FAMILY I) It I VINO
i 1 Mine, bound, kind
I and Kuutlu; will drive
j single or double. Aim s. V.
j I Thoroughbred Jersey y-fci
1 yL, " v
linn, i jeurn oiii. in' mru oi
0. W. MACFA1U.ANK,
tli-lw at Macfurluus ii Co,, L'd.
TEMPLE OF FASHI
Corner Fort 8c Hotel Stroetti,
1 AM NOW OFFERING AT
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 05c. Piece.
Scotch Zephyrs i Dress Ginghams
3 . tU xi Jtl X-j X C -E3. ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
tar "WHI SE32STD OUT -fcrt
WK HAVK UECK1VED A FUliSH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OK
40 Oases I
160 Dozen I
1920 DFsicikieiges !
FOR SALE BY TUB
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
BS3 rFoirt. Street. - - "FTo'n.olvi'Ki, J3L. T.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands : : : 25c. Each
"ATort3a SO Ooxrte.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands : : : 35c, Each
"Wortli Z OerLts.
H. S, TREGLOAN A SON,