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THE MM: 'BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Jint Established for the. Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1893.
"Konn colTeo" is advertised in
largo typo iu n San Francisco com
mercial papor, tho merchant who
has it saying it is "tho only lot"
thoro. Its scarcity now will prob
nbly have tho offect of giving con
fcumors a greater longing for it, so
that whou tho supply becomes largo
tho demand will bo all that is de
sired. In n report of a mooting of plan
tors, tho Star says, "After vainly try
ing to decipher a communication
from Japaueso authorities, which
seomod to include somo sort of a
compromise, tho compauy decidod
that it would tako no more Japanese
laborers unless thoy should come
under tho old terms and conditions."
Tho Japanese authorities aro not
concerned about tho cost to tho Ha
waiian plantor of getting laborers
from Japan to Honolulu. Mr. R.
W. Irwin, Hawaiian Minister at
Tokio, also agent of tho Hawaiian
planters, has been tho pushor of the
now demands on tho planters. There
has boon no communication recently
from tho Japanese authorities on
Tho trees on Emma street, which
for many years have shaded the
podestrian and given an air of tro
pical beauty to tho street, are
doomed to destruction. This morn
ing the saw and tho ax of a corps
of vandals wore busy mutilatiug
those grand old shade trees under
which Honoluluans and their child
ren have for years fouud refuge
from tho noonday heat. Not a pro
perty owner from one end to the
other of the street has been con
sulted in this act of spoliation and
injury. It is a froak of either tho
Road Supervisor or somo ono else
who wiolds an authority which for
tho moment is superior to public
opinion. We could offer a local
version of "Woodman spare that
tree" if thero were any chance of its
affecting tho present action, but
there is no poetry in tho P. G. Its
heart is a compound of lead and
The Drei Hundred's Full.
One of the mounted patrolmen
was arrested for using abusive lau-
guage to Capt. Klemme. When the
case came up this morning in the
District Court, Judge Robertson '
promptly dismissed the case. It i
seems that the man in question U
the only one who is not a member ol !
tho ''Droi Hundred" and as can be
imagined he wa3 lod a merry dance
by the worthy captain. Last night
this worthy hounded the oiiicer till
his temper got the best of him, '
when ho turned on the captain and j
"politely" told him what ho thought '
of him. It may also be mentioned '
that the onicor who arrested Mr
Wall a few nights- ago for walkiup -
a hicvcla alone the street withom
a incycie aions mo street witnoui
lights, can neither read nor write,
and when given a written order, ho
is compelled to apply to some of his
more enlightened friends to explain
the mystic signs. It seems as if tho
"Drei Hundred" have a staunch
friend in tho Deputy Marshal, owing
to tho dismissal of a number of Am
ericans lately and tho appointment
ol members ot the JJ. H
-cops' owe their
ir very military-
Some of the ex
lmeii n ri rnro i r zti
Innltinp. Cn. nmmandinp tho P. A.
forces who caught some of thou. I "J "emitimo. It was his opi
when he was making the "granu mou that tho treasury department
rounds" with an old-time wood-
each other ou
A STRAY SHOT.
Explanation of an Untimely Report
at the Barracks.
Last evening the report of tho
riflo bullet was heard in tho neigh
borhood of tho barrack. Enquiry
proved that a section of tho Portu
guese contingent of the F. G. army,
to tho number of twenty-four, was
drilling in the Armory undor Capt.
Camara, and, on the exorcise of the
manual of arms, one of tho privates
inserted a cartridge, instead of going
through the motions merely as order
ed by tho oiiicer. The bullet pierced
the door and shoot iron side of the
Armory, but whether it was flatten
cd agaiust tho stoue wall of tho ad
joining barracks or continued in its
mad career towards Colonel Sopor's
houso ou tho plains, or disturbed the
scrouity of louugors iu Thomas
Square, or killed a patrol policeman,
has not beou learned and tho Adver
tiser, which 'gotsthe news," is silent
on the shooting.
Fortunately for Captain Camara
ho made his way to the roar of hi
company before ho gave command,
"Load." Ho knew his man. Not
seldom bullets are heard whizzing
ovor Punchbowl street from th
troops who aro at target practico in
the .day time at tho rear of tl
Is a tantalizing admonition to those
who at this soason feel all tirod out,
weak, without appetite and discour
aged. But the way iu which Hood's
Sarsaparilla builds up the tirod
Jranio and gives a good appetite, is
really wonderful, bo wo say, "Tako
Hood's and it will braco you up,"
For a general family cathartic we
confidently recommend Uood'i PUla,
PHO VISIONAL LEGISLATURE.
Rogultir Qonoral Sossloti of tho Exo
cutivo and Advisory Councils.
Tho weukly sossicm of tlio Rxocu
tivo and Advisory Councils was call
ed to ordor at 1:412 oVlock this aftor
noon acliiiiM'msulout V. M. Hatch
in tho chair, with whom were undent
Miiiistur.1 King, Damon and Smith, ( He said this concession was particu
Councillors llonryWatorhousc, John ' laily desirablo fur physiciaus on tho
isna, K. u. 'touney, Alox. xminj:,
Sulir, Mendonca, C. liollo and W. V
Dr. llogors, tho secretary, read tho
minutes of tho previous mooting.
Minister Damon presented tho
wookly linaucial statement as fol
lows: Financial Statkmkmt urn tub Wisric
K.vdino Skitkmumi 13, ls'.U.
Current nocount bulnncu Sept.
t 123.0.U 41
l.Sj-i 00 i
0,30 0 ) i
J ,Js 74
Oovornmcnt Realizations. .
I'liioH, IV'iialtius, etc....
llllo Water recclitts ....
Hawaiian Postal livings RnnU
$ 1 l.),f10 00
Department Foreign Alftilrs .
Hoard of Health
' Knplolani Park
I (lenl. I'.xpenses Prov. Govt....
Uouil iumm tospecinl deuosit..
2,000 oo '
Treasury balance 123,524 45
OutstandiiiK Honda $2,017,000 00
Due bv P. S. Bank 53,001 20
Treasury and P. 31. G. notes . 2.k0,OijO 00
, Net indebtedness. . . .
This amount of $153,955.41 was
paid from general revenue
in the treasury to carry on
public improvements un
. Uer Sec. 2 to date and all
! receipts from salo of bonds
under loan of 1803 pass into
general cash as otl'sets until
i this debt is cancelled $ 155,9 j5 41
i lvess bonus, Act ol leu J, sola
Amount due from P. S. B. for
advance- from generul rev
enue to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts
Amount due general Treasury
this date from Loan Act
P. S. 11ANK MEMO.
Due depositors 533,001 29
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing September, Uctouer,
November and December..
Cash on hand
21, 111 21
I'ROVISIUXVL GOVEKSMLNT MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment to uate
Thi amount rovers all cxnenses includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by tho luit "Legislature.
MEMO CASH IN TBESUBY.
Outstanding certificates to re
deem which there is a cor
responding coin deposit in
the treotuiy $
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping
Postal Savings Hank Balance. 21,441 21
lioad Board liind in Treasury. 50,120 24
School Board fund in Treasury 17,'ilS 01
Available cash as above 12i,524 45
Total cash $ 250,710 51
Minister Damon said he had askod
Mr. Ashler in the Finance ollico to
' ?ssist 4hinl 4b3' ,.counti?. tho cl.sh
fronl tlme to."" This practice
had revealed Jtflb out lately, which
proved to be a Koad Board draft
not cashed. The treasury has now,
as far as possible, put its detail work
r, . t' i rti ii
1U u1, .? 5 f- i , i
I u"uvi """Ji "" "." """"
takou every month. Ho was safe iu
saying that books, trial balances and
cash wore in good order. The Mm-
t isiur uau requesteu me voneeior-
I General of Customs to make a ro-
turu of rogulatiens, charges, etc., in
' that bureau, and to make no chansres
ister hail requested the Collector -
' that bureau, and to make no changes
" au ' ""'ura ,SUUU'.B Ub ilc
commodating to tho public as pos
sible. Lot tho public be led to un
derstand that theso ollices wero con
ducted for their benefit.
Tho report was adopted.
Mr. C. Bolto presented the report
of tho Military Committee ou tho
proposal to muster Co. A, auxiliary,
into a new company to bo known as
Co. F. They recommended that the
proposal bo adopted.
Tho report was adopted.
Mr. H. Watorhouso asked tho Exe
cutive what was being dono about
tho water supply. The reservoir
wore nearly dry. Could not somo
artesian wells bo drawn upon to fill
Minister King replied thero wore
plenty of wells, but tho mains were
as a rule too small for receiving ad
Mr. "Watorhouso thought that
whou tho pipes wore nearly empty
they could stand wator being pump
ed into thoim
Ministor King said ho would put
a lire engine on to-morrow to pump
President Hatch read a requisi
tion from Col. Sopor, commanding
tho forces, for tho following sup
plies: 250 Leather
lluyont t Scabbards,
150 1'iitlL'iK! Cam. .
75 ii. Kliouii lit 2.50. .
15 lies. White Ouolc for White
1 Tyi'owrituig Machine, . .
. 105 00
Ifoforred to Military Committee.
Second reading of an Act to
umoud Chap. 01, Laws of 1802, re
lating to internal taxes.
Lack of a quorum to pass a bill
was supplied, during a fivn-miiiute
recess, by tho arrival of Mr. Einmo
luth. Tho bill passed.
Second reading of an Act to rip-
nmnrintn .fHtl.On. fnr ritfiiiwliiifr
j costs of court to certain Japanese at
Kokqha, Kauai. Passod.
First roading of an Act to provido
tor tho importation of alcohol for
certain purposes, and of methylated
Tho bill introduced by tho Minis
ter of Fitintico on tho same subjoct
was taken up for consideration nt
tho same lime.
Mr. Allen moved an amendment
to allow licenced physicians to buy
as much as one irallou at one time.
Mr. Eininoluth noticed that tho
Minister of Finance seconded tho
amendment. Did that mean that ho
abandoned his own bill?
Minister Damon said this now bill
had been drawn with so much care, I
and tho ret of tho Executive favor- '
ing it, ho concluded to withdraw his
i Mr. Emmeluth was surprised to
' hear this statement. Ho was against
this bill in tolo. It. was very much I
, like the law ho had observed working '
iu Lowiston, Maine, where prohibi- ,
lion was supposed to ho strictly
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111 IM1V.-U. J.lli;iu W.I3 IIU n.tllfllll II1ULI',
t but thoro were thirty-live-drugstores
ono on about every corner. Ho
know of a caso iu Honolulu where a I
, gallon of alcohol was added to a
barrel of water, and with a few drugs
Tit flttllrltjit . .t .. ikliiiln Kill It kirt It I v a
HIV UUlllUll lull .13 H1UUU 1IIIU U1U11VIJ
tuai couiu scarcely oo uoteeteu uy a
Tho amendment carried.
Minister Smith made somo re
maiks on the principle of tho bill,
and tho caro taken in framing it to
urovent abuses. Ho moved the in-
sortiou of tho words "under oath" i
relative to withdrawals. Carried.
Minister Damon had accepted tho
bill as step in advance from where I
thov woio before. I
Mr. Emmeluth recalled that tho
Minister of Finance iu his bill con
templated gaining additions to tho
revenue. Ho could not see that tho
substitute bill would increase tho
Mr. Einmoluth spoke of tho in
dustry of making perfumery, bay
ruin, etc. j by druggists, and wautod
to know if they wero to bo prevent
ed by this bill from keeping alcohol
on hand, what incentive was thero
for druggists to pay license fees for
dealing iu alcohol.
Mr. Ena wanted to know what
thoro was to prevent a man from
coming back for another half-pint
as often as he liked.
Mr. Einmoluth That's tho way
it is hi Maino.
Minister Smith admitted thoro
I was a weakness on that point, but
! thought case3 of defeating tho law
woulil be rare. Tho main object
would have been trained by tho Miu-
j ister of Finance's bill, putting the
t same duty on alcohol as on other
spirits Mr. Emmeluth Stick to it !,
but it was found that this would en
tail various hardships on druggists
and all who used alcohol iu tho arts.
Mr. Einmoluth, on the next clause
being read, wanted to know why it
was put there.
Mr. Allen said it was to put alco
hol for perfumery, etc., on tho same
basis as alcohol lor other purposes.
Minister Damon said perfumery
was a luxury and therefore a proper
subject for increased taxation.
Mr. Eua moved that Sec. 8 bo
stricken out, but, on an explanation
by Minister Smith, withdrew his
Mr. Emmeluth considered tho
point in question could best bo mot
by restricting the importation of
alcohol to all except those who
used it iu legitimate manufactures.
Mr. AVa'urhousu moved that tho
bill of the Minister of Finance pass
Mr. Emmeluth seconded the mo
tion. Mr. Young wanted to know if any
calamity should result from tho re
jection of both bills.
Minister Damon said that under
the law as it stood groat abuses had
existed, in alcohol licing largely im
ported for tho manufacture of iu-
toxicating liquors. His bill was in
j tended to stop theso abuses.
i Mr. Young said he would bo for
I ti,e fc0VOrcr measure
j Minister Smith hoped tho corn-
j linibier !
, mi(tco's bil
. reading now
,. ,,.-.. ...ntnr,
bill would pass its lir.it
and on second rcadiuir
more mature consideration could bo
given both bills published in tho
meantime, so that tho public could
judge of their respective merits.
Mr. Einmoluth wanted to know
what was tho matter with passiug
tho Minister's bill.
Mr. "Watorhouso asked what hard
ship would result from tho Minis
Minister Smith repeated tho ar
gument of tho requirements of drug
gists for manufacturing purposes.
Mr. Emmeluth argued that thero
would bo no hardship to the public.
Tho various tinctures and perfumes
could be imported cheapor thau
they could bo manufactured here.
The committee bill passed first
reading on division, and tho Coun
cils adjourned at 3 o'clock.
A traincar was driving along near
Palace Squaro at 0:30 o'clock this
morning when tho P. G. guards is
sued from tho Government building
yard, on their way to tho Executive
Building. Tho traincar driver slowed
down, when ono of tho guards struck
ono of tho mules on the head. This
enraged tho driver, and whipping up
his animals, ho nearly drove ovor two
Lfttost News Itemized.
Omaha citizens will makon united
effort to secure more railroads for
Tho labor unions estimate that
thoro are Jfi.OOO unemployed labor
ing mou iu St. Louis.
Beports from Van Buron county,
Mich., aro to tho effect, that grass
hoppers are doing much damugo to
Tho North Chicago Street Hail
road Company is hind to eon tem
plate the const ruction of a tunnel to
Tho town of Burundi, S. C, re
ports a negro boy, twelve years old,
with a wonderful memory, I fu road
the book of Genesis once the other
day, thou repeated it, forgetting only
somo half dozen words.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
r-' Z VI
&Tra. It'. P!S!:o
Tlio combination of excellent stomach
tonics In Hood's Sarsnparllt.i Is such that,
with proper attention to diet, indigestion
and even tho worst oases of dyspepsia aro
cured by this medicine. Read this:
"Having for saeral ycais been Greatly
troubled with l.nll.Mtlon, ami bavin;; teen
Hood's Sarsaparlllaauvertlictl, 1 concluded to
Clvo It a trial. To my lrpplnei cud nrcatsatlv
faction Hound l. to ijo ilir only remedy for tilts
complaint." Mils. N. I'lsui:, 423 Oeary Street,
San 1 ru'.idsco, Lai.
Hood's Pilln act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on Urn llvor uu.l bowels. SCc.
HOBROX, NKW3IAN CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
By Lewis J. Levey.
House &c Lot
On THURSDAY, Sept. 21
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT Ttfrr SALESROOMS
l WILL BULL AT TUIlMO AUCTION
The Lease of House & Lot
Now occupied bv Mrs. V. j. Green, and
formerly tho residence of tho Into Hon. 8.
Q. Wilder, and situated between the lot
now occupied by Mrs. S. G. Wilder and
Hon. O. H. liisdiop.
ttf The le.To fur the entire Premise
i" for II yeais with a privilege of lOjcars
Lewis J. Levey,
KAWAIAHAO SEMINARY HAS EP-tabli-liod
a DcmrsTto DnrART.ti:T
and is prepared to take orders for jellies
bread and nikes. All ordrrs for fruit cake
for Thanksgiving and Christmas should be
ient at onco. , S29 lm
A HOUSE ON SC'HOOh
street, 6n Ewa .Mde
of Wuikabatulu Uridge.
Jll'.S. kai.a.a ruAiil,
828-lw Mutual Tel. No. 419.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ASSIGNEE OP
JL the lianlcrnpt Kitate of Mary Hop
Kee and Akau of Koloa. Kauai, has pre
paratory to his final account and dividend
Mihmitted bis accounts as smh assignee,
and filed the same hefoie Judge Cooper of
the Circuit Court of 'lie Fir-t Circuit, to
whom he will apply at 10 a. m. ou Satur
day, the Kith day of September, for settle
ment of said account, nod lor a discharge
from all liability us such assignee, and for
an order to make u final dividend.
W. U. I'ARKE,
Honolulu, Sept. 13, lk0!. Assignee.
J HAVE AT'l'OINTED MRS. LIZZIE
Kninnna Puuhi, known by the name
of Kainana Hiiimni, Honolulu, to be Ad-mini.-trot
lix of all my real and personal
c?tate. All parties indebted to me are re
quested to make payment to said Mrs.
I.Izzio Kainana. who fiom this date has
full power to transact all business ou my
Mni. Ask Kkkcaiwaiiia McQreoor.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1803. S23-lw
Puppies anil Grown Dogs
From Registered mid Prize Winning
Block, i'udlgreos and Biud
Cards on Application,
Box ".A." Tills Office
h2d hv-:i7 It
FOR SALE FOR WANT OF USE.
8TB AM LAUNCH IN KIUST.OI.A8S
. order uoll-knmvn us having been
used hy Dr. (I, Trousseau us Port I'liysl
ebi.u Tho buvcral 1'llols, the Customs
Ollli'crH can givu information about the
boat; Hpccd seven Knots, Several othur
Ilotits, KpnrH, KiiIIh, etc., etc. '1 bu llouts
can he eon at Mrs. hoist's hunt Iniute next
to the Marl no Itulluuv. For prices, etc,
apply to 1)11 a.TUOUHHilAU,
From ii to II a. m. or 7 hi 8 r. m.
Job Printimj neatly and promptly
I isml'd nt tht HulUtiu QjjIm.
HawRiLan Harfiware Co.. L'fl
Saturday, Sept. 9, 1893.
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
wise would go to waste has
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-'
pie 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 few
places on the map where the
sun shines on both sides of the
street every day in the year
and this fact makes it particu
larly pleasant for persons who
enjoy an afternoon siesta in a
hammock, pleasant, not be
cause the sun shines on them,
but because there are no cold
winds to run a shiver along
one's spinal column. We
have a few Hammocks, good
ones too, that were built espe
cially for two people. We
have hammock hooks and
rings for people who have
been used to tying their ham
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 to
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 San Francisco buyer
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
you are going to buy. Another
reason for your wanting a 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 you care
to have thorn.
Picture Hooks for mouldings
and 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 Hendryx
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 Bprttakela' lilook,
807 POUT STREET.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oomor Fort So Hotol Streets.
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateetis at 15c.
Figured Challies at 1 5c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Scotch Zephyrs & Dress Ginghams
Corner Fort and Hotel Sta., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Nestles' .. Food
IS THE BEST.
We Guarantee Every Package
aer "WE SEND OTJTT -a
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSIBTINO'.OF
40 Oases !
ISO Dozen !
1920 IFeiolsieLges !
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
B8S "F'ovt StTot. - - - KConoUilvi. H. I.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands : : : 25c. Each
"Wortla SO Oents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands : : : 35c. Each
"Wortiti T OerLts.
H. S. TREGLOAN h SON.