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I'lrtlyul to neither Sect mir lirty,
lint liatahlhlicd he the Iteiiefil of Ml.
TUESDAY, SI21T. u, ISM.
Iu eonituuntiug on a paragraph iu
yestorthiy's Bulletin tho Advortisor
if it has any moaning at nil main
tains that tho Government has all
along boon, and is now carrying out
tho policy that tho Auno.vnt.iou Club
is trying to forco on it by threats of
rovolting. What iu tho world thou
ia all tho row about, botwoon tho
Club and tho Govorumont?
With an uttor disregard of pro
priety, tho Frioud doliborately pro
judges a e.'iso now ponding in tho
courts, which is to bo tried by a jury.
Although tho law of constructive
contempts has been abolished hero
owing to its extreme uso by the
Supremo Court, that is uo nuibou
why any periodical much less a re
ligious one should turu tho liberty
of tho press into gross license. A
wise journalism should perceive tlhat
tho preservation of its liberty may
dopond upon tho judicious employ,
uiont of that libortv.
Whether it is spoakiug by inspira
tion of tho P. G. or not cannot at
present bo said, but the Advortisei
in the following terse and lucid sen
tenco tacitly acknowledges its belief
that revolutionary rule is about at
an ond, and that the constitutional
mouarehy is to bo restored by tht
Tho correspondence which has
taken place between tho annexation
club and the executive shows, if any
tiling, that tho Provisional govern
ment purposes to carry out the poli
cy already formulated by it without
fear or favor to those who are inter
estod upon either sido of tho ques
tion ami iu strict consonance witl
tho equities of tho case, without
reference to local politics: iu othoi
words, tho cause of annexation fron.
tho real Hawaiian-American stand
point will be carried out with refer
enco lirst and last to tho establish
nieut of American control in liawai
upon the linos necessarily following
tho stand taken by the Americai
government and tho well-known do
mauds of tho majority of tho tax
payers of Hawaii.
THE FBIEND AND MR. BLOUNT
The Friend for September make.
tho best of reading Tor tho friends o,
tho monarchy. Tho reverend edi
tor's notice of tho departure of Min
ister Blount is a queer compound o
praise and mistrust. Wo are will
tho editor when he rejoices that the
Minister remained a month longer
than he intended to, for it was ii
that mouth that Mr. Blount reached
a conclusion as to tho character o
tho reverend editor of tho Frieud.
Wo will contributo an oxtra quarto.:
dollar to tho causo of Hawaiian in
dopeudi.'uuo if tho roverond odito
will publish an interview ho hat
with Minister Blount d.uring the
last month of his stay.
Tho roreroud editor lnjdgos iu th
following sentence: "Iu our una,
estimate of Mr. Blount, much tnus
depend upon tho manner in which
his report to tho Prusidant will sho '
him to have performed his arduou s
and important ta-k." Tho chance?
aro, reverend contemporary, tha.
your October number will bo loud in
denunciation of Minister Blount.
THE GOVERNMENT'S ANSWEH.
In reply to a bumptious demand
of tho Annexation Club for tho re
moval of what aro called ''avowed
partisans of the lato monarchy un-
dor tho Provisional Government"
moaning, howewer, thoso officials
who waive tho honor of appending
their respectablo signatures to the
'"X" signs manual forming tho great
er part of tho Annexation Club roll
tho Government sa3-s in n note
signed by "Francis M. Hatch, Chair
man of tho Executive Council:"
Tho executive fully agreo that
avowed partisans of the lato mou
nrcliy should not remain in ollici1.
All employees of tho government
have taken tho oath to support the
Provisional government. Unfaith
fulness to this oath will bo followed
by removal and by such further an
tiou as tho case warrants,
In other words tho P. G. nn
uoiuiccs that it oops no nocesMt,
for any now tost of iucumbencx
of civil service to suit tho hungr)
squad. By tho tonus of tho Pro
clnmation tho revolutionary leaden
distinctly disavowed all idea oi
"spoils," and a littlo lator tho oiilj
test of oflico was mailo to bo tin
talcing of tho oath of allegianri'
Should tho Government allow itsul
at this lato itage--whoii it realize-;
that its own existence depends on t
word from Washington to j
driven by a noisy pack of vonomon .
and voracious upstarts into a radi
cal new doparturo, it would nlforr'
one of tho worst exhibitions of self
htiiltifleation over made by any go
IMPUDENT PARALLEL XNUEEL
Inferring to a "blue book ncctibii
tiou against tho English mission
nrios In tho Now Ifebrides of eolliu,;
rum nud firgaiins to nativoi," tho
Kiiond says it "very fairly parallols
Charles Kordhoff's impudent charge
that tho supporters of tho Frovi-
I siomd Government iu Honolulu woro
advocates of tho Lottery Bill, when
for months thoy had boon strenu
ously denouncing that measure."
J Mr.KurdhofT did not say "tho sup
porter" in a universal sense as un-
candidly intimated by the I'Vioud,
Ho gave n list of soino of tho pro
minent supporters of tho Provisional
Govorninont who had countenanced
tho lottery scheme, which list as re
vised by him on getting access to
more evidence was iu tho main cor
rect. If tho more obscure support
ers of tho revolution woru taken, it
would undoubtedly bo round that
nine-tenths of thorn woro iu favor of
tho lottery. Not a few of tho sup
porters of tho lolterv have
rewarded with otlices by tho Provi
sional Government, as shown by Mr.
Nordhou. All who know, as some
in Honolulu do intimately, tho high
character of those British mission-
aries in tho Now Hebrides, will ro-,
gard it as insulting impudence to ,
put thorn in a parallel with the
fo..:i ,iri, ., i,i
fo natical, selfish, mercenary, land-
jobbing bigots here who, undor tho
cloak of religion, took up deadly I
wMiwiis and associatod with them i
the criminal rabblo to destroy the
nationality of tho peoplo who gladly
received from their fathers and
grandfathers tho mossago of peaco
Rev. O. P. Emerson, editor of tho
department of tho Frioud devoted
to the- .Hawaiian Board of Missions,
makes somo rather telling admis
sions in tho latest issue of that peri- .
odical. Ho mentions with consider
able pruiso the work of Kovs. E. S.
rimoteo and J. Ezora as an evangel
istic committee, whoso especial aim
is "to lion J the dissensions and ani
mosities which have grown out of
tho lato political strife, and to recon- I
oilo dissentient peoplo with their j
pastors, somo of whom may hove
been unwiso iu tho expression of
their political aeutimouts." This ad
mission of p ussiblo unwisdom on tho ,
part of uativo pastors coached by
evil-disposed foreign preachers, in
throwing the- brand of political dis
cord into the midst of native bodies
1 of believers in the gospel of tho
kingdom Unit is not of this world, is
significant. It shows tho failuio of '
tho desperate and disreputable effort
of persons who assume to bo tho
guides of the Hawaiian churches to
degrade their pulpits into tho posi- '
tion of political party rostrums. ,
Thoro is another admission from j
tho same source, which will bo rathor .
stailling to tho Christian public of
America who had been given tho in- '
, formation, as ono of tho roasous for
tho violent overthrow of .constitu- ,
linnnl "nrnrumenl in Hawaii, that ,
Ul0 monarchy was rospousiblo for ;
ni10,.wi A.nl.lincT nmnmrst. .1 lot ,
of other rampant public vices. The ;
editor of the missionary pago in tho .
Frioud, after giving tho committee's 1
report that thoro had not boon do- j
foctions of native to other churches, '
says, "Largo numbers of persons
congregated on Sundays at certain !
cho fa gambling resorts conducted !
by Chinese, which appeared to os- j
capo suppression by the police.'' j
Toll it not in GathI After sovon
months of absoluto control of affairs, i
this now Government, that was go-)
ing to change everything from pan- j
demonium to paradise forthwith, 1
allows two distinct laws to bo vio-'
lated with impunity in tho most I
flagrant manner. "Large numbers '
n. .- ..w-. ,!- --.-. ..-v ... - .
of porsons congregated" to defy tho
laws, and yet "appoarod to escape
suppression by tho police!" Their
friends and correspondents in tho j
. Jlnlna will Ink ncbttitr fiwlr u.'irrl mine
' tious as to what has been gained for j
J ordinary morality, let alono the cause
, of pure religion, by tho appeal to
' gunpowder and cold steel initiated,
aided and oudorscd by tho repre
1 sentatives and supporters of Ameri
can missionary outerpriso in Hawaii,
: Their replies showing to what extent
ball cait ridges and bayonets aro
superior to tho Bible, in transform
ing Mx-ioty iu tho tropics, would
mako an intensely interesting chap
ter in tho history of Hawaii's rela
tions with tho United States.
Still another admission is made
by tho Friend's missionary editor,
in tho following words: "Mr. Tinio
too is a highly esteemed pastor of
great intelligence and kind spirit.
Uo has long been a personal friend
of tho ox-queen, and is still loyal to
hor in hib politics, This is a favor
i ablo qualification to him iu laboring
to harmonize differences, as tho bit
terness of animosity has heou about
all (jit tho sido of llio royalists, ami
1 ho is likuly to succeed where ono of
i opposite political sympathies would
, bo repulsed, ifo is, wo buliove, the
only ono of tin; loading uativo pas-
' tor who is not on tho oilier sido."
I ho foreign luudurh of tho nativo
( J'rotoatant chiiruliob havo proclaim
ed far and widu that practically the
whole decent and devout element of
' those churches was with tho destroy
, ors of their nation's independence.
Now, however, tho oflicinl spokes
! man of tlion forniiii roliiinus leud-
I urs fools uoiiKlraluod (o udtait that
tho only man found able to save tho
native Christian societies from dis
cord and disintegration is n pro
nounced loyalist loyal to tho con
stitutional bond of tho nation and
loyal to tho nation itself. If, as tho
editor professes to believe, Mr. Ti
moteo is "the only ono of tho load
ing native pators who is not on tho
other side," it does not change but
rather emphasized tho fact that tho
native Christ inu church lay member
ship is solid for Hawaiian independ
ence and tho right of the Hawaiian
! itrwiiOn In li.i itmiutilf nil fin (Imir tin
j Hur Help Still Sought.
! So tho head teacher of Kawaia
I hao Girls' School condescends to call
noauiou oi w.isuuigiou
i luce, uuii nihil ia uiuio surprising,
sho lias evidently boon asking for
funds from said "heathen" to edu
cate young girls at tho school over
which sho presides. It is to bo hoped
that said "heathou" has lcarnod by
this tiimi 1 IimI i Imrn nm nl linr schools
; tho country for tho education of
girls besides "that controlled by tho
schoming missionary gang, and that
if sho still has tho inclination and
m(jaus (q t Hawaiian
g-,,. hll0 vvill se,i tlcm to sehools
where thoy are educated to bo true
llawaihuis, and where at tho same
tnno they will learn to regard a
private conversation as sacred and
not to bo givou away to newspaper
J. C. Davis. Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
" My son has been badly afflicted i
with a fearful and threatening cough
tor several months, and alter trying
several prescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schce's German Syr
up. I can recom
Rector. mend it without
severe, dcep-seakd coughs like this
arc as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing eases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note oi
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
wiites: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
i suprriT. $
r,. c. OK ':. Pole Msn'fr.Woodlniry.NJ'
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
September 5, 1893.
I TIi-re a 1'roteetoratu? No!
Tho I'uhlic Health.
Tlic Biilor's Home by Inac Mooro.
Nolus on tho Pa-sing show by Ob
server. Etc., Etc, Etc., Etn.
Full Ut'i-orts of Cases on Trial.
PRO VKIONA L LEOISLA TURE:
Hejiort of Scision I'. 0. Councils.
THE CARLE IS COMfNd.
SHOT THROUGH THE HEART:
Rail Fate of a Hawaiian Marker at the
6 U. Polo DsiisirH.
Seuoinl Congregation, St. Andrew's.
DoaliiiR (Jut Anns.
Local News ami Gossip.
bhipiiiug Heports, Eve., Etc., Etc.
LA TEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Home $4. Foreign $5.
V K01CT KTKI.ET. A HUNCH OF
J Ivuvs. Finder please leave at tliU
A QUARTERLY MEETING OP THE
, rV IfciAiii) oi lnusiKKs u-' tin: Qnrn'V
Uuil'irvi. will be beld nt the Unoin of the
1 Chamber uf Commerce, on TliUKHIMY,
tlm 7tb September, lSUI, at 10:.il)u'ulouU
,, i. Per order.
P. A. SOHAOPER,
l .SU1 L't rj.-crotiirv.
rpjIB RESIDENCE AND
i. Lot situated on W II- ,
dur's Avuiiiin, below Luna-
lilu Home, and owned bv
the mideriiumd. Is for sulu on advaninge
oiis terms. Apply to
b !l-2m At V. b. Luce, Merchant St.
COTTAGE TO LET
AT NO. 10 NPUANU i siv'v
street, cuulttliiini; 0 jK'ntrcfcl
Rooms nnd Itiitb, now oc- v'iit-iWNys
nipieil by Phil. Iliuuti. -fcy-SGS."
Fur furl bur pirlK ul nt apply nt tills olllie.
J nlslied Rooiiis to let, ut
tlm corner of AluKen and
Merchant Street, by the
Day, Week or Month,
hiiit-aw JF.NH V.. NIKLSMN.
riKDHOOMS. WK OP
1J Hlitliii: Room run
I Hath; witli ilo'inl or "Itli-
out: k in.' ill am iv cook.
iiiK. DAVIS' COTTAUK.
Mm Hirlmn ft., L'd
Saturday, Sept. 2, 1808.
The putting upon the mar
ket of an article superior to
anything in the same line ever
sold here means something to
the busy business man. When
we went into the ready mixed
paint line we did so with the
idea of giving the public a bet
ter article than it has been
used to seeing. What is the
result? Hendry's Ready
Mixed Paints are leading all
others; people who have been
averse to using prepared
paints are now ready and wil
ling to save fifty percent of the
cost of painting their houses
by using this paint. Then you
ask "How can they save so
much?" We'll tell you! Not
the least important item in the
profession of the painter is his
knowledge of mixing colors,
and there's a good many of
them in Honolulu who can put
the paint on as even as theS
boards but who do not know '
the first principle of mixing.
Very well then. A ten year
old boy can paint if the colors
are right. You can save the
wages of a high priced man
and employ one who never
tried to learn the knack ol
mixing and you save twenty -five
percent in wages. The
"Hendry Ready Mixed" will
cover twenty-five percent more
space than ordinary paints or
the average ready mixed arti
cle there's our other twenty
five percent. If you do your
own work you will save twenty
five percent more. Try it.
Tne assurances we have re-
ceived from the Water Works
J,....... ,..! l,,lo .,0 , K,.i:...,..
ULuat iiiiviil ii.aua no li. ulltvt
that there will be
water from the Makiki wells
for people to take baths every
day. With a liberal supply of
water comes a demand for
bath tubs better than tin. I
We have in stock several of!
the sort largely advertised in
the Century" and other maga
zines. They are enamelled
on iron and are everlasting.
All the new homes have them
and there's no reason why
they should not be put in old
People who occasionally en
joy Hamburg steaks feel the
necessity for a really good
machine for chopping the
meat. We think, from reports
we have had from parties who
are using them that ours is
decidedly the best in the mar
ket. We have them in ena
mel or galvanized iron no
danger of rusting.
There's dust in the air and
its bound to get into the house
and on the furniture. Rub
bing with a cloth injures the
polish on fine articles, using a
feather duster removes it with
out damage get a feather
duster we sell them.
Three plantations have
lately added to their machi
nery complete pumping plants
for irrigating cane land. Be
fore making the improvements
the managers thoroughly in
vestigated the cost ol steam
pumps and windmills. A half
dozen mai'es ol the latter-were
in competition as to price and
capacity and in each instance
the Aermotor carried off the
palm and is doing the work
fur a tenth of the cost ofi
steam. The three plantation
managers referred to above
have simply fallen into line
with others as their necessities
required, there will be others
to follow suit and we believe
j that within another year every
i plantation on the islands will
have its Aermotor fur irrigat
I ing purposes.
, Siroud's Self-basting Pans
I have made a decided hit in
1 I lonolulu society and we have
j been obliged to order more of
them. We have a few of each
i size left, possibly enough to
last until another lot
out takr. no cinuices u you
I want something very good m
, the way of kitchen utensil.-.,
I Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreokcls' Mock,
' 807 FQRT STUI2ET.
By Jns. F. Morgan.
Horses & Carriages !
On SATURDAY, Sept. 9,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT THE CLUB STABLES, FORT STREET,
t WILL BELL AT rUM.10 AUCTION
14 Head of Horses
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
CC" Tho Horses are sold to mako room
fur a lot shortly to arrive.
.Also at tho snmo ttmo will bo sold
i WAGONETTE, 2 BD66IES,
1 BRAKE AND POLE (now),
3 Fair SnadTts.
30"" Horses and Carriages can now be
een nt tho Club Stables.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose nnd of Sale.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuunco of a Power ol Bale con
tained in a certain Mortgage executed
December 4, l.-Ol, by Antuno Borba, of
Wulluku, Maul, to Jose de Ponte.of Maka
wno, Maul, and recorded in l.iber 129, page
327, the said Mortgagee intends to fore
close the raid Mortgago for condition
hrokon, 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), all and singular the Lands, Tene
ments and Hereditaments in mid Mort
gage contained and described will be sold
nl Pnhlii, Anptinn. nt. thfi (Vmrt. Hnnor. In
' haul Wailuku, bv Thomas V. Everett.
.of September, lS'JIj, at 12 o'clock noon of
Thp. tVntiflrt.v nf snhl Mnrltrnpft lq All that
' P'wof Land situate in said Wailuku, and
uecuueu 111 u uceu iu aaiu aiuuiiu uuiuu,
recorded in the Registry of Conveyances
in Rook 00, page 1H0.
SjSf Por further particulars apply to
Thomas Evorctt, Auctioneer. Wailuku,
Maui. JOSE DE i'ONTE,
Honolulu, H. 1., Allgnst, IS, 18!U.
At this Well-known Store, n beautiful and
artistic line of Good is now on view, all
having been personally selected. In the
Dry Goods Department
Whicb is now under the management of
Ms, W. It. Nichols, lute of New York,
there is to be found a choice assortment of
India and Surrah Silks, Pongee ond Otape
Silk. Persian Lawn, Swiss Muslins, Or
jiandles and many other Fabrh-s of lovely
designs and colors. Tho
Children's and Infants' De
Is the most complete in the city. The
Fancy Goods Department
Has not been neglected and is well-ntocked
with a choice collection of Uigb Class No
velties. INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
PORTUGDESE MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIE
TY OF HAWAII.
ELECTION OF OFFICEHS.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society of
Hawaii, held on the 27th dny of August,
1893, the following Oflicers were elected to
servo tbe remainder of the term:
Josu (L Silva, President; vice P. A. DIas,
M. It. A. Vieira, Vice-President; vice A,
F. Medciros, resigned.
M. 0. Sllvu, Secretary; vlco J. I. Avellar,
Josu G. Fiuia. Member of tbe Board of
Diructoi.i; vice M. A. Gonalves, resigned.
M. O. SILVA,
Secretary P. M. U. 8. of Hawaii.
HE SCHOONElt 'NORMA,'
53 Tons Hoclster. substan
tially built of Oak and Cedar;
Copper and Copper Fastened.
For price nnd particular apply
7W If THRO. H. IIA VIRH '
ALL PERSONS HAVING 0J.A.IMH
aga:nt Robert William Holt per
sonally are requested to present the eaiuo
without ilcluv ut the Olllee of
KUUOE fe A. J. GAKTWRIOJIT.
Honolulu, Aug. , 18ll't. 8i:S-tf
FOX SALE FOB WANT OF USE.
A STEAM LAUNCH IN FIRST-OLASS
urdnr well-kniiwu as haviiiu been
by Dr. U. Troiifsenu as Port I'liysi
Tho several Pilots, the Customs
Olliivrs can give Information about tho
boat; speed seven knots. Hovcrnl olhur
lumt.-f, bpnr, halls, eti, etc. 'I bailout
run bo M'un ut Mr. IteUt'b boat hoiibo next
to tho Murine Ituiluiiv. For prices, rte,,
apply to DR G. TROUBSiwUI,
From li to 1 1 a. m. or 7 to 8 r. m,
All kind) of Commercial iVtnffno
promptly exeoutril ut Inw ratm ut the
Oornor Fort So
1 AM NOW
WHITE 7. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, last colors; at 15 c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Ch allies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
3 . Ji 3HE Jrt.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sis,,
We Guarantee Every Packag
ar '7VB SE'JSTD OUT -
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Cases !
0 XDozexi. I
1920 Packages !
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTEK & CO.,
5S3 iro-rt Street. - - Toiiol-iilia. "HI. I.
100 Doz. Fonr-In-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN A
X-i X C 3E3C
Honolulu, H. I.