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T HE j, DAILY.; BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Establithed for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, SEPT. .), 1893.
What troubles tho rovolutiouary
organs most is that thoro is moru
lifo iu tho Bulletin- than is agree
able to their nerves.
II tho Advortisor as at present
conducted is "American," then any
inhabitant having any solf-rospect
must bo 'Anti-American."
Denunciation of "the licentious
rule" ot Kalakaua is rathor pictur
esque, coming from ono who sold
his nowspapor opinions for an oilico
Whou the present editor of tho
Advortisor was installed in that po
sition, ho mado ostontatious boasts
that ho was going to oschow person
alities. This was takou by thosi'
who kuow him as a warning that his
favorite bludgeon of scurrility was
freshly greased for his new oppor
tunity. They were not mistaken.
Go to, "Editor of tho Friend,"
your afterthought will not hold
water. Your paper was published
,on Friday, September 1, and tho dis
graceful sneer at the President of
tho United States was presumably
written prior to that date, whilo the
terious nature of Mr. Cleveland's ill
ness was not known until the arrival
of tho Australia, on Wednesday,
September 6. Remember tho old
couplet about committing a sin and
thou lying to hide it, making it two.
Yours is a case of cumulative sin
ning. You are right in ono thing,
the disability of President Cleveland
at this time would be a calamity to
Hawaii. Try again.
Nothing cau be touched by the
Advertiser without its elements ol
truth being destroyed. When it
says tho Bulletin confesses it "does
not send a reporter to public meet
ings because it cannot print the re
port until tho next day," it simply
iudulgos the Advertiser's propensity
for twisting facts into unrecogniza
ble shape. Filling columns up with
dry details about tho outhouses at ,
tho leper settlement is not report- '
ing the meetings of tho Board ol
Health anyway. That is a fakii
trick of Advertiser enterprise get
ting hold of dry official documents
to till up with, while neglectiug that
part of reporting work which re
quires any exorcise of brains. Latel
the Advortisor camo out with a scan
head over what purported to be the
report of the annual meeting of s
prominent local institution. Twc
or three columns were occupied with
a report presented at tho meeting,
beyond which there was not a lint
about tho proceedings, the election
of officers for the year being blankh
ignored. The Bulletin reporter, al
though the Advortisor was to come
out ahead of his paper next day.
gavo a full and faithful record ol
the whole proceedings. Ho mot tht
Advertiser reporter after tho meet
ing had disporsed scurrying into the
place to get some points from tho
officors of the organization. This
was a case whore tho "ability aud
enterprise" sneered at by tho Adver
tiser was equal to estimating what
was news and what was not, tho re
sult being that the Bulletin's report
sold scores of extra papers of both
daily and weekly editions, whilo
probably tho Advertiser's report was
dismissed with a glance of contempt
by all who were concerned in the
event. This is only one sample of
how a "padded" sheet is conducted,
out of many which could be given
from week to week.
I notico that for some timo past
the P. G. newspapers have been hav
ing a bad attack of auglophobia, in
fact according to theso otlicial or
gans, Britishers of all kinds (with
tho exception of those of tho white
washed American breed) are told
that they had better clear out ns
soon as possible, or else they will bo
iu dauger of incurring tho terrible
anger of tho Annexation Olubbravo.-i
and butt-hitting sharpshooter
There is only ono thing which makes
a considerable number of Brithher.-J
decide to remain lioro for a little
whilo yet, aud that is, tho money
owing to them by the V. G. Postal
Savings Bank. Doubtless as soon a-
tho Postal Savings Bank can pay oil'
the "blasted Britishers" these gontrv
will mako themselves scarce from
this part of tho world. I unclose my
card and remain Onk op Them,
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 18!W.
Is a tantalizing admonition to thoso
who at this season feel all tired out,
weak, without appetite and dibcoui
agod. But tho way iu which Hood's
Sarsapurilln builds up the tirml
frame and gives u good appotito, is
really wonderful, bo wo Hay, "Take
Hood's and it will braco you up,"
For a general family cathartic wo
oooildoutly rocowiaoHU Hood'i Pillu.
MONEY AND CHARACTER,.
You Can Judgo a Man by tho Way
Ho Carries His Cash..
tf you want to know something
about a man's character watch how
lie handles his money.
l ho generous, careless man carries i
his money loose in his pocket cop- I
per, silver and gold all mixed to
got her, and when he is going to pav
for anything he takes out a handful,
and pick out tho amount ho re
quires. Ho scorns to have no fear of
robbery, for ho is of a trustful dis
position, and boiug perfectly honest
himself, thinks most others are like
Tho man who it ho lias to pav a
few pence won't even take tho trou
ble of counting out tho amount in
coppers, but throws down a piece of
silver to be changed and by tho by
ho rarely counts his change is a
typo of "'a fool and his money are
Perhaps a lovo of display, almost
inseparable from such a character,
has something to do with this.
Tho careful man always carries a
purse and keeps tho gold, silver and
copper in di Hermit compartments.
A man liko this never wastes his
money; ho values it as it ought to
lie valued, and, though not niggard
ly, is determined to have his money's
worth. Ho quite believes that "any
fool can make money, but it takes a
man to keep it, ' and he is
Tho mean man never lets you seo
what money ho has: when ho is io-
ing to pay for anything ho turns his
back to you, clutches his money
tight, and, so to say, draws it out of
Ins hand, placiug tho coins down
ono by one, for ho W loth to part
with them, oven for necessaries.
Komembor, tho man who jingles
his money, in ninety-nine cases out
of a hundred, hasn't got much. A
bunch of keys and a fow coppers
mako a good deal of noise. Toronto
SUNDAY SERVICES. '
st. ANonr.w's oatiiedi.al.
Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy communion, (ifUOa. tn. Matins,
with special music and sermon, 1 1 a.m.
' Hawaiian evensong, 3:130 p. m. Even
song and sornton. 7:.'H) p. m.
; The services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
' to-morrow, will bo as follows: th-lfi a.
iu., morning prayer with sermon;
Venile, Gilbert "in E; To Deum,
Ivotzchniar in F; Benedictus,Cooper
iu G; hymns 207 and 215; Anthem,
"The radiant morn hath passed
away,'' by Woodward. Evening
prayor with sermon, 13:30 p. m.; Mag
uilicat, Gauutlett in E Hat; Nunc
Dimittis, Hayes in E flat; hymns 31)8,
270 aud 27. Icov. Alex. Mackintosh,
pastor. All are cordially invited.
Sunday Services 15 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
! the 7 a. m. Mass, every Sunday
I during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
Higli Mass, with sermon in I'or-
' tugueso and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
' liosary and Catechism. ! p.m., iu
, winter season (November to Febru
ary), 1:30 p. m. in summer season
I I February to November), Benedic
i tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
; Weekly Services li and 7 a. in..
1 Low Masses.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 0:15 a.m. Public
'Worship at 11 a.m. and 7:30p.m.
Tho pa-stor will preach morning and
evening. Tho evening discourse will
; be the annual sermon for the open
ing of tho schools. Front seats ro
, served for tho pupils. Tho Young
People's Society of Christian En
deavor will meet at G:3L) p. m. All
are cordially invited to these ser
vices. ! Y. M. C. A. HALL.
' Sunday, 11 a. m., services in Oahu
, Jail; 1:15 p. m., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. m., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
0:.1U p. m., liosplo i'raiso borvice in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.,
prayer meeting at Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices in Bethel street hall at 7:30.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saiuts, Mill
lam Hall, roar of Upera House
vices will bo hold Sunday as follows
10 a. in., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. in., preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAV ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Adventisl Church,
corner J'unulioowl nnu fiorctaiiia
streets, in (i. et s cottage. .Sab-
bath school, 1::5U; social nieotiiifr af-
tur Sabbath school. Bible reading
Punchbowl and Boretania
Mr. Thomas Batto, editor of tho
Graphic, Texarkaua, Arkansas, has
found what he believes to bo tho
best remedy in existence for tho llux.
His oxperieuco is wull worth remem
bering. Ho says: "Last summer 1
had a very severe attack of llux. 1
tried almost every known remedy,
uonu giving relief. Chamborlaiu'ij
Jolic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Jttuno-
ly was recommended to mo. 1 pur-
ihuaud a bottle and received almost
immediate relief. 1 continued to
use the modiciuo aud was entirely
cured, 1 take pleasure iu recom
mending this remedy to any person '
sull'eriiig with such a disease, as in
my opinion it is the best medicine '
iu existence." 2ii and fit) cent bottles
lor sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho I la wai- j
ft is reported that the Mikado's ;
advisi'rs contemplate restricting
.lupniiusi) emigration to the United
States. That will fall in with the i
views of our people, but it is hardly
in accordance with the policy pur
sued by .Japan regarding emigration J
to Hawaii. The latter may bo with j
a view to the extension of Japanese
iiillueuco. Them is a movement afoot
to secure the suirrago of the .Japan
ese in Hawaii, and Japan would be1
glad to annex the islands. We can- ,
not consent to any such .Mongolian
expansion. .V. !'. Cull.
All kinili of Uommercittl Printing
I promptly external at low rate at the
I Bulletin Offiat,
HE BORROWED CREDIT.
Two Wholosalo Grocor3 Swindled hi
a Sugar Transaction.
Harry MeChesnoy, a relative of
tho member of the" linn of M. "V.
MeChesnoy & Sons, wholesale gro
cers of Honolulu, with olliee at 201
Front street, was arreted yesterday
upon a charge of obtaining goods by
Me(.'lieney fell the linaiii'i.'il do-
pio-iou and hm.-iI the credit of the I
linn to raise funds. His plan was to
go to wholesale hou.-es and order I
sugar to be sent to his namesakes'
place of business. A drayman would
bo summoned and tho ineiehandiso j
started oil". MeChesnoy, however,
would stop the toaintcr and chango
tho place oT delivery of I ho goods.
Lust Saturday fio thus secured
three barrels of sugar from William
Clull' A: Co., L'O Front street, and two
barrels from Haas Rrothers, UK)
California street. Ilo had the sugar '
delivered in tho manner mentioned i
to a Kearny-strcot confectioner and I
received cash for the stoln sweets,
which ho sold at a much lower rate
than the market price.
Yesterday ho again approached
Clull' .V Co. and ordered live barrols.
The firm became suspicious mid re
ported the matter to the police, with
tho result that McChcsuey was ar
rested by Detective Cody whilo
awaiting tho loading of his pur
chase at. tho Front-slreet store.
He stated that ho had committed
the offense on account of financial
troubles, and had proposed to make
'ood ins molt later on. lie gave
the naino of Harry Chesley when
arrostoii. .s. J Uhronicle, Aiig.i:,).
I Tho success of Mrs. Auuio M.
Benin, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
I iu tho treatment of diarrhoea in hor
' children will undoubtedly be of iu-
torest to many mothers. S ho bays:
. "l spout several weeks in Jonstown,
j LJa., after tho great llood, on account
I of 1113' husband being employed
! there. Wo had several children with
1 us, two of whom took tho diarrhoea
' very badly. I got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Uomody from Uov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. 1 know of
several other cases where it was
equally successful. 1 think it can
not bo excelled aud cheerfully ro
, commend it." 25 aud 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith As Co., agontH for tho Hawai
Th". Daily Bulletin
ON FOIJT STJiliKT, A.
Ivc'V?. Kinder pleas-u
Iuuve at Ihis
I I.I, i'EUSONS HAVIVO CI.AIMb
I Ix. against llolicrt Willi.im Holt por
1 tonally aie ruiiucslvil to pre.-eut tlie bame
. without delavattlie Olliee of
i insect; t a. j. caktwimc.ht.
Honolul.l, Aug. ir, le!. SIK-tf
. VfOTU'B IS HIHIKUV 01 VEX THAT
. JLi we have this day bought from l.uni
' U liy, rlie retiring partner, his one-tenth
uinlivideil (ditiro of the Kwong f-iug Wai
I o , rli-e plantation lit Uanamaulu, Island
of Kauai. I lie .-aid Kwong Sing U'ai Co
shall not lie liahle for any private deht.s
I contracted hy the said l.uni Why prior to
. or alter date of sale.
! KWONG SING WAI CO.
Augusts!, IM. 8'':s-:tt
, FOB SALE FOR WANT OF USE.
A STEAM LAUNCH IN FIKST-Ol.ASS
Tx. order uell-known an having heen
u-ed by Dr. (i. Trou-seaii an l'ort 1'hysi-
' chin. The several I'ilols, the Customs
' Olllcera can give information about the
1 boat; speed seven knots. Several other
floats, Spurn, Sails, et, etc. 'Iholloats
. can he seen at Mri. Keist's liout house next
upply to DU. O. TUOUSSKAU,
From !l to 11 a. m. or 7 to 8 i:
-VfOTICF, 19 IIEKEHV ,
JJN given that the follow- fa's
ing de-senbed Animal will Cffir;
he kolil ut rum ic Auction, TijSuSSt-A
on SATURDAY, Sept. HI, J.-t&Ztete
l.ilKI, at 1 J o'clock noon, at the Uovenimciit
Horse with white spot on fore
i nea-i, iniee legs unite, nrainleil ".)!' on
' risjht Iiind leg, also "TO" on loft lu
' & Owner of the above Animal must
, send in h'n claim within 10 day-, other-wi-o
it will he sold on the da'te above
, named. JIM KUKONA,
I Honolulu, Sept. 7, lh!i:t, 82l-,.'t
ir i tni i
I If AVE KOlt SALE
2000 PINEAPPLE PLANTS
Foil SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT.
CAN BE SEEN AT MY SALESROOM.
J AS. 1 . MORGAN
.. lKM ..
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
A TTtnPT?. A T .T A "
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
l-Oll IIIK AIIOVIS 1'OJIT ON
Wednesday, Sept. 13th,
A. T 1SI O O 1ST .
The uiiiersl(.;niHl nro now pruuireil to
lsno Tliroilijli Tieketh from till- ulty to till
points In tliu United Status.
For further particulars ruuardillj; Kreitjlil
or I'asiiUHM ojijily to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
UU-4t Otnvral Aeuu.
" ' - -
Hawaiian HanS Co., L'i
Saturday, Sept. !, 7.906'.
The wind blows gently and
the clouds hover over Manoa
and there the rain softly pat
ters on the shingles. On the
lower levels, outside the realms
of the water carts, the dust
piles up thicker than rumors
as to the political situation.
The Water Works seem to
be out of a job and the Aer
motor silently pumps, pumps,
pumps and the lawns, some
lawns grow greener every
day. Cane land which other-
would iro to waste has
go to waste
been made available on a half
dozen plantations by the use
of Aermotors. Managers will
understand the term when we
say that at Kahuku the Aer
motor supplies three men's
water. If it does so much at
Kahuku it will do it elsewhere.
The recent robberies com
mitted throughout the city, but
more particularly "on the
plains," warrant people every
where guarding themselves
against midnight intruders.
Pistols and watchmen's whis
tles are excellent things to
keep under the pillow. We
have imported some very fine
Smith & Wesson Revolvers of
the finest quality and particu
larly adapted for use on peo
ple who break in and steal.
We have selected none but
double acting with blue barrels,
guaranteed to be the best
Honolulu is one of the (cv
places on the map where the
sun shines on both sides of the
street every day in the ear
and this fact makes it particu
larly pleasant for persons who
,' J . , ,
hammock, pleasant, not be-!
.nn-r nn ri iri-rnrriti ciuctn in n
cause the sun shines on them,
but because there are no cold
winds to run a shiver
ones spinal column,
have a few Hammocks,
ones too, that were built espe
cially for two people,
have hammock honks
tings for people who
been used to tung their
mocks to the trees.
By the "Australia" we re
ceived more of the Keystone
Egg Beaters, the acknow
ledged superior to any egg
beater ever sold -in this mar
ket. They are easiest tc
handle and easiest to clean,
and do the best work in the
Bailey's Rubber Brushes are
used extensively in the United
States for toilet purposes and
most people prefer them to
bristles. We have a few of
the small size flesh and nail
sort that we are anxious to get
rid of because they do not
rightly belong in the stock of
the hardware merchant. You
can have them for about half
the usual price,
Our ban rrancisco
sent us some of the hand
somest Levels for carpenters
and masons' use we have ever
seen. Not only handsome but
useful, mechanically accurate,
with horizontal and perpendi
cular glasses. We have also
the cheaper variety for plain
every day work. In addition
to levels we have every sort
of tool used by carpenters and
of the finest quality. Disston's
: Saws are a specialty with us.
The China steamer will be
along presently and you'll
! want a brass cage for the bird
.,nn iron-nii-iir t-M l-mu Anmlicr
on are going to buy. Another
reason jur your waniinga cage
is the arrival of the "Irmgard"
with an assortment of Laysan
Island birds. We have a fine
assortment . of Solid Brass
Cages as pretty as ou care
to have them.
Picture Hooks for mouldings
anil Picture Knobs for driving
may be obtained from us a bit
cheaper and probably a trifle
better than the average run of
them. Gilt and Silver Picture
Cords made by the Hondryx
Company in Connecticut have
a place on our shelves. If
your pictures are heavy get
the gilt, it's stronger.
Hawaiiau Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite HpreoUelb' lllook,
807 FOKT STREET.
To Lot or LunEO
ONE NKW COTTAOK ON
I'niiuliliowl Stvci-t, nr-tir
(he Hospital, (I iouiiim. Kent
I1D.U0. b. AIM. 111!.
T WAIKIKl.ON TMH
lleacli, a ImiiiiI'IiciI
W! I r i
m'ciiiiiiiiiiilmliin. for par- '"Itii-SuciS-
tiettlars Impilru IIui.i.ktin Unlet!
NEWII0U8K OK TIVK . ,r-At --,
room, on Magazine &Y &.
street, with ltathrooiii, pat- hSii tnViTVSL
fill V. 0., rte. Commands i:i--iiV:ifi- I
oneof the lined views in Jiowmmi. .ppiy
lo tl77-tf) .!. M. VIVA.S.
LOOK VUO.M 11K-
it. ... .. ..4. .. .. . ,
at Hawaiian Hardware Oo.'n store.
I.' I. II l.'VIll'V
rpilB HKSmiSXCK AND
JL hot bltuuti'd on Wll-
ucr a .vvenuu, ouiow i.uiiii- pi 1 5 tiwa
lllo Homo, mid owihmI liy SLLa-ShMg?."
the undursiBiitil, is liirtnluou uilvamugu
ons terms. Apiilv to
81!l-2m At W. S. I.tiCtf, MeriMiiint St.
ft!!: ii "iv
NKW COTTAliK NO. I.
CONTAINING l-'I VI-
UOOMS. ,,'. c ;1
'lit'ii and .:' .",
KJ ratlines to Kin
ing-room Hours painted, otlu-r i-oniii.- humi
soiim.'Iv nanered and finished; l'alent W.
('., llatliro'-m.ervniits' ilooin, Wo-idromu,
Oliieken llouce and Yard. The it.'oiiiids
properly cultivated, eoiitainiii;; 1-niitTm-i,
fthrnbs and Kloweis, TIiumc pi-einUesnre
ioeated one liloek from lleivtuniitrui't niiil
one mile from town. Can lie leaded liy a
eood imrtv at a rua-.onallu rent t)StilT
NKW COTTA(il') NO.
C-lONTAINlNU SIX JiOOMs, .J '.,
J Laiuii, Hay Window, lliil-"..'..-J
cony, interior of liuiis-u lialid-LtiCi-k'iLv
-oinly ruitivil and iiapertd. Kitem-u and
iiiuiu-iouiii luiorr. paiiueo, i-.irior lioor
carpeted, other lloor.-j minted ami oil
clothed, all new. tonne sels up i-even feet
from ground cucln-ed all arouinl, Win
dows, Huori, etc. Two Patent v. t,",
llathroom, Wiihlirooni, Serv:iiu' liooiu;-,
Tool ltoom. Oliieken lluu.-e and Vanl,
I.argo Carriage IIuil-o and tiialile with
rooms upjtair. Any tiinnuiit of I'rult
Trees, Grapes and l'lower.-.. la rise I.awn
and Orounda under proper cultivation.
location niiiic as Hou-e No. 1 and -aine.
terms to a good mm at price TO SUl'J'
K. Ii. All waste water fiom sink, ete.,
is carried through pipes to l.ugu Iniek
g&r- Apply nt
J. A. Magoou.
Real Estate Agency
No. 510 Fort Struct.
' 1 la "!
1 House on
1 House on
Gcrniania street $0 per
Emma Square ?I5 per
1 Store under the "Ailiimlon.
1 ritoro on Nimatiu street.
U Houses on lleretimi.i street.
i Houses on l'oil stieet.
House and Iit on Ileretania Mrcot near
J'enaaeola. Lot li00 feet frontage and
140 feet deep.
Several De.iirable Residences at Qrst
I llesldcncc on Geriuania street.
It can be proved
Of any paper
1 IIoiihi unit Lot on Lilllm street.
y 1Otim Iviiak.ni t-ireut, hetween ffuunnu
nveiniii and l.ilihti lie. i.
;j 1 Ioiim ami Lot. on the I'alamu road.
I Hiiiimi and Ut on IJiiiiiim stn-et.
i Ilotuo and Lot on l.llilm Hit cut.
ttCu for further particulars, ripply to
.1. M. MON'SAIMIAT.
CiirtwrlKlitV liloek. Miti'Iiiiiii Hirer i.
For Local Xews
.ftm'SV . I " " IS
inlu street earn, u I
Uool mid Convenient tot- feii ji-niW
tnc of Six Ilooms, Lnrae H!i.KZz
a&, Stable nnd Chicken lloie-e. Apply l
I IC779 jnS Ml S3
Corner Fort So
1 AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; Jit 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
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i . i "Tf""T" "t
Comer Fort aud Hotol Sis., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Guarantee Every Package
ej3- "WE SE3ST3D OUT "&stt
WE HAVE KE0E1VED A FHESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases !
ISO JDosexi !
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
F5f: T5'-r. sghfecit..
1 i P
v. tit ?J w&rj
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
iiy oyiiiiiiui lyiisiisyiii
. TREGLOAN & SON.
r- -T- -j -r--t
J i JL v jrx ,
"FConol-nlxt, H. I.
25c. Each w