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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Ettablhhed for the Benefit of All
MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1893.
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California was awfully ploasod to
have Baby Ruth's aistor make itt
natal clay tho saino as Admission
So wo aro to havo nnothor protoc
loralo besides that of Stovons which
tho annoxation organs assured us.
Perhaps tho San Diocan can
form his roadois how much soaj
grease ho would render out in Mc
Chantey's trying pan.
THE NEWS OF THE DAY.
All speculations as to whether the
China should "bring anything" in
terestiug or important to Uawai
was soon dispollod when the budge'
was unfolded. What appears to b
an authentic divulgence of tho dcci
sioii of tho United Statos Executivi
on tho Hawaiian question is laid be
fore our readers. It is about what
those who havo patiently relied 01
tho justice of tho United State
those past eight months anticipated.
That means that it is contrary to
what tho organs and assumed
spokesmen of the Provisional Gov
eminent said that body wanted. It
is directly against what tho Aunoxa
tion Club has all along professed to
claim would alone satisfy that body.
Tho decision will give joy to tin.
Hawaiian people as a whole, as il
restores their right to a voico ii
their own destiny. As tho out
lino thus far broached goes, tun
policy of tho United Statos give.,
promise of tho perpetual enjoy
ment in peace of all the politica
rights of Hawaiians. Tho day thi .
news has been received is worthy t'
be marked for an auuiversary to b
always celebrated, like those event
ful days of fifty years ago that gavo
Hawaii back her flag and her free
dom. CONSUL-GENERAL MILLS
Preferment of Commissioner Blount'.
Besides tho appointment of Mi.
Willis of Kentucky as Minister t i
Hawaii, to-day's mail brings now,
of tho appointment of Mr. Elli,
Mills as Consul-General in place or
Air. severance. Air. Alius
many mends while nere as tho
stenographic secretary of Commis
sionor Blount. Ho will receive a
general hearty welcome both front
his countrymen and residents of all
other nationalities. The knowledge
Mr. Mills gained "of the ropes '
while here will bo of much advan
tage to him.
The P. G. band will give a pub
lic concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The fol
lowing program will be rendered:
Cornet Solo Love and Truth.
By Mr. Chariest Krcnter.
Clarionet Solo Autumn Leaves
By Mr. V. SI. Keough.
Selection 1 1 Tro vatore
Sledley Ameiicaii Airs . .. ,
Piccolo Duet Elua Mtum Iiwi
ir i J
Hv llesjrs. Barsotti and Sautanna.
Euphonium Solo The Ideal. . Slinker
Bv Mr. H. Gomes.
Waltz New Melodies (by request).
A Chinese Diplomat.
On entering port the China flew
the colors of iho Flowery Kingdom,
in honor of the Chinese ex-Minister
to the United States, Tsui Kwo Yin,
who was on board. Ho was mot by
Goo Kim, Chinese Commercial
Agent, and his deputy, Wong Kwai,
with a reception committee of 25.
They tendered him a reception at tho
United Chineso Society's house, but
ho declined to laud owing to the un
settled state of affairs. A saluto of
13 guns was fired by the U. S. S.
Boston in honor of the diplomat.
Leading members of the diplomatic
corps called on the visitor. A peti
tion from his countrymen hero was
given him to present to tho Em
peror, praying for the negotiation of
a treaty between China and Hawaii.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho following persons aro booked
to leave on the P. M. S. S. China to
morrow morning: W. W, Wulfing,
Wm. V. D. Wright and Thoo. A.
Major J. II. Wodohouso, British
Minister Hesidont; Mons. Vizzavoua,
French Commissioner; and Sonhor
A. do Souza Canavarro, Portuguese
Charge d'Affaires, paid a visit to the
U. S. S. Philadelphia to-day, and
wore received with tho usual honors.
Tho success of Mrs. Annio M.
Beam, of McKeosport, Pennsylvania,
in the treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
"I spent several weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after the great flood, on account
of my husband boing employed
there. Wo had sovoral children with
us, two of whom took tho diarrhoea
very badly. I got somo of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Dintrham
Romedy from Rev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I know of
sovoral other cases where it was
equally successful. I think it can
not bo excelled and cheerfully re
commoud it." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith Si Co., agents for tho Uawai
MTE FOREIGN SEWS.
(Continued from Jst Page.)
Chinuso in Southern California aro
panic-stricken and aro leaving tho I
towns in droves. I
Senator Uolph has presented a '
petition from tho Methodists of
Oregon, praying for the repeal of
tho Geary Act.
1I1K S1LVKU QUESTION.
Tho silvor uion aro fighting hard
in tho Senate against tho passage of
tho Wilson bill, reported Inst mail
as having passed tho House. Sena
tor Pugli says unconditional ropoal
of silu-r coinage is impossible Tho
opponents of tho Wilson bill will
lililHistur until tho administration
forces are willing to yield in favor
of a compromise.
Iu tho Senate yesterday Stewart
submitted a resolution for a com
mittee of fivo to report whether any
Senator is interested as a stockhold
er or othorwiso iu any national bauk.
Hill objected to it on tho grouud
that it was a reduction on the Sena
tors, and it wont over till to-day.
Senator Stewart says it ill becomes
Souators interested iu national bank
stocks to find fault with any Soua
tor bucauso it is assorted that tho
latter may bo interested in mines, or
has friends who mny bo iutorestod
Tho administration has ordered
its friends iu both Houses of Cou- i
gress to transact little or no busi-1
ncss outside of the repeal of tho I
silver law, consequently the Houso
was iu session but a low minutes
yesterday. Senator Stewart pro-
misos music iu tho Senate to-day
when his resolution conies up for
At tho siher congress in Chicago,
Governor Waito of Colorado deliver-
i ed an address, iu which ho character-
' ized tho banking system as a failure
and bankers as rascals.
i A convention of between 1000 and
2000 representatives of 1350 boards
of trade will meet in Washington
to-day to discuss the financial situa
tion. BICYCLE RECOI1D BROKEN.
I A. A. Zimmerman broko the
! world's bicycle record for one mile
in an uuotlicial trial at Hamdon
Park, Springfield, Mass., yesterday,
his timo being 2:01 3-5. This boats
Windlo's world's record by one sec
ond. Tho start was a flying one.
i L. S. Meintjes broke tho three.
I four and five-mile records, his time
; being officially taken. The timo b1
i miles was: Mile, 2:19 3-5; two miles,
1 4:31; three miles, 6:45 1-5; four
! miles, 8:57 3-5; fivo miles, 11:09 3-5. '
j CONTINUOUS QUAKING. j
Central Now Mexico, has beeu
subject almost daily for more than I
three mouths to violent earthnuakos. '
Five commotions Thursday throw
down a scoro of old adobe buildings
already shaky from previous earthquake.-..
No livos wore lost, but a
imniili:tr fn.'itnrn f Imf. tlinrn nm
I numerous cases of nervous sickness,
oven convulsions, among tho inha
i bitanth as soon as tho rumbling com
mences. Tho center of tho disturb
1 unco id Snbiuul, vvhuro a bpriug has
appeared iu a plai-o which always
had been dry and barren.
1 FREEDOM OF THE PRESS.
Charles M. Shortridge, editor of
the San Joso Mercury, has won a
victory for tho freedom of the press.
He was fined $100 for contempt of
court in publishing proceedings in a
divorce suit triod with closed doors.
Ho appealed to the Supreme Court,
which has decided in olfect that tho
report, haying been an accurato one
and containing no matter prejudi
cial to either party in tho case, wa
within tho constitutional liberty of
the press. Tho order of tho court
below was therefore annulled.
The Lucania, tho new Cuuardor,
arrived at New York on Septoinbor
10, after having made the fastest
maiden voj'ago across the Atlantic
Ono hundred Italian coal minors
caused a reign of terror for a night
at Beadling, a littlo town near Pitts
burg, Pa. They wont round howling
and firing guus all night. Miners
were driven out of the mines by
them, and citizens were with difh
culty restrained from firing on tho
disturbers. In the morning tho
police arrested 32 rioters, tho rest
escaping to the hills.
The Oceansido bank has been
closed by tho commissioners. It
was involved with the broken Con
solidated National of San Diego.
Thomas Khodes committed suicide
at Los Angeles. Ho was a well
known mining man and partner of
Major H. M. Kussell. They had put
a largo pile in a Colorado mine,
which was closed in the late finan
The State Department is tele
graphing to United States represent
atives abroad for information as to
what Great Britain aud Russia are
willing to do in tho matter of pro
tecting tho seals. The Paris deci
sion is inoperative until the coun
tries interested take positive action.
Baby Buth has a littlo sister. A
daughter was bom to tho wife of
Pre&idont Cleveland at noon of Sept.
9 in tho White House. Tho baby
was weighed ou the 11th, tipping
tho scales at nine and a half pounds.
Hamilton Fish, who was made
Secretary of State by General Grant
iu 18G9, died at his country home,
Garrisons, Now York, Sept. 7, aged
85 years. Ho was one of tho most
notable statesmen of his time.
Gonoral do Miribol, chief of tho
general staff of tho French army,
died suddenly ou tho lit li.
Surgeon Major Thomas Iloaglo
Parke, who accompanied Stanley's
expedition in search of Euiiu Pasha,
Large manufacturing establish
ments iu England havo had to close
down ou account of tho coal strike.
Thousands of miners aro surround
ing tho colliery yards iu South York
shire, and roiiilorcemuutb of troops
and police aro hold iu readiness.
A severe earthquake has been felt
in Southern Russia aud the Balkan
, Justiu McCarthy, the Irish leader,
is (oriouily ill with brouchitU.
Minors in Belgium threat on to
strike if their wages aro not raised.
Princo Bismarck is down with
erysipelas of tho stomach and
herpes, but at last accounts was im
proving. HOMi: IlL'LE.
Homo Hulo was passed by tho
Commons to be. as was expected,
rejected by tho Lords.
llEM'LMON IN BRAZIL.
The rebel souadron at Montevideo.
Brazil, f eating to run the gauntlet
of torpedoes at tho entrance of tho
harbor, put to sea and tried to land
at Nicthoroy. Thev were repulsed
with a loss of 51 killed anil 30
Tho land forces remain loyal to
President Peixoto. Bio Janeiro and
Nicthoroy are in a state of singe,
aud this condition may bo extended
to any part of Brazil whoro it is
CHINA TO TAKE A HAND.
Tho Gorman Foreign Otlico is in
formed that China is preparing to
protest against Franco's aggressions
in Siam aud has ordered the Chineso
squadron made roadj to sail at a
It is understood that a chain for
the construction of a marine rail
way at Esquimau has boon ordored
at a Liverpool foundry.
Victoria, B. C, business men aro
threatening to libel the Cauadiati
Australiau steamer Warritnoo for
taking their freight ou to Van
couver. An effort is being niado ou
tho part of tho Canadian Pacific
Railway to pacify tho Victorians.
A rebel slavo has captured a town
13 days' march from Tripoli, and
tho Sultan has sent 10,000 men to
dislodge him. Tho natives are carry
ing on a desperate war.
Supremo Court Sitting in Term Cir
cuit Court Matters.
Tho Septoinbor term of tho Sup
remo Court opened at 10 o'clock
this morning. Present: Judd, C. J.,
Biekertou aud Frear. JJ.
In re baukruploy William H. xVld
rich. Appeal from order vacating
decree of bankruptcy. Poter?on foi
petitioner-appellant; Hatch for the
creditors. Argued and submitted.
J. I. Dowsott vs. Maukeala aud
others. Ejectment. Exceptions
from February term, First Circuit.
Brown for plaintiff; G. W. Ashford
for .defendants-appellant. Submit
ted on brief.
Provisional Government vs. Sam
Geo aud four others. Maintaining
lottery schemo. Exceptions from
Juno term, Second Circuit. G. K.
Wilder for Gotoruineul; Kaulukou
for defendants. Argued and sub
mitted. A. A. Mouritz vs. J. N. Ilao ot. al.
Petition to quiet title of laud, Ap
peal from decision of Judgo Cooper.
Kinney and Monsarrat for plaintiff;
Rosa for defendants-appellant. AIo
tiou to strike oil' calendar granted.
Kualana (w.) vs. Yong Yong.
Summary possession of land. Ex
ceptions from ruling of Judgo Coo
per. Magoon for plaintiff; Castlo
lor defendant-appellant. Boinr
heard at 2 p. in.
Evidence was taken to-day before
Judgo Cooperof claimants to ownor-
i lnp of articles and goods in tho
Boston lunch rooms, whoso owner,
Mrs. Nicoll, is in bankruptcy. The
I claimants and articles aro as follows:
1 Pacific Hardware Co., a range routed
I to owner aud not her pioperty until
j paid for; J. Emmeluth, goods leased
, to owner, who was unable to pay for
I them; H. Davis & Co., a show case
1 sold with tho understanding Mrs.
i Nicoll was to hayo it when paid for;
T. H. Da vies & Co., goods sold with
' a note securing tho price; Mrs.
1 Ailau, goods placed iu storo on comj
( A case has been submitted to tho
, Supremo Court, entitled Minister of
Finance vs. Hawaiian Tramways
, Co., L'd. The Minister claims that
1 the licenses of the company's oight
j eon cars aro subject to a stamp duty
I under Chap. 103, Laws of 1892. The
I company claims its cars exempt
irom an cuargos lor licenses or
stamp duties except as expressly
provided in Sec. 11, Chap. 31, Laws
of 1881. P. Neumann represents
tho Hawaiian Tramways Co.
B. F. Dillingham has filed his first
account as administrator of tho late
A. L. Suiith. Receipts aro 5090.70
aud expenditures $1857.95, loaviug a
balance of $238.75.
H. E. Melntyro, defendant in
error, demurs to the writ of John F.
Bowler and others, plaintiffs iu error,
to stay execution of judgment
In tho matter of the estate of J.
F. O. Banning, Judge Whiting has
roudered a decision over-ruling tho
motion of appellant for a trial by
jury of i..sues of fact. Tho grounds
aro that appeals from Judgo Cooper's
interlocutory decision and order aro
pending iu both tho Circuit and Su
premo Courts; also, that Iho issue of
facts proposed to bo tried by tho
jury aro not such as to come within
tho provisions of tho Act of 1801,
"to authorize tho trying of issues of
laet iu matters ol piobato and
administration by a jury." Tho case
is louiaudcd to the Circuit Judge at
Chambers. Hartwell and Kinney
for Mis. Banning, appellant; Hatch
for .Mr. Allen, appellee.
Huwniiun National Baud.
Tho Hawaiian National Baud, J.
Liboruio, loader, will play at Sans
Souci, to-morrow (Tuesday) evening,
I at 7:30 o'clock. Following is tho
I TAiir i,
March Distant Grouting ... .PoriiiK
I Kvmtllrti -II Tiovutom .. .. Verill
I i'olkn JJctlli'iuiim (cornet bolu) .Caiiiil)uli
I fc'uli-iitlon II s ii i Uin nons I.ilninilo
Tliri'u ilawailim tjuugs.
1 I'AIll II,
Moilluy Ilooiii JCiiik Iluuin . ...Brook)
Waltz Alter tint Dull IliirrU
liaticn I. a I'iilom.i. . . Yiiullur
.Muiuli Kiiliiliini.. I.iliiiruii)
Wlion Coiif,'reas lm n crisis to
law, Ilin nyos and 11003 aro niiiuli
moru iinportuut foatutos than tho
ii i It ii. i.
THUKSXON TOO PREVIOUS.
Ho Tondors tho Sorvices of tho Ha
waiian (National) Band to tho
Tho following letlor nppoars in
tho San FranoNco Chronicle:
31. If. de Young, Esq. Deaii Sin:
Tho Hawaiian Band in oxpi'cted to
arrive iu San Francisco from Hono
lulu by tho steamer Australia, on
Wednesday, September 20th. ou
route for Chicago. It had been
their intonlion to proceed direct to
Chicago without giving a perform
ance before sic) arriving hero. As nn
evidence of Hawaii's good will to
ward California, and to some oxtciil.
an assistance toward tho success of
the Midwinter Fair, which will bo
of great benefit to Hawaii as well as
to the i'acihc Coast, I hereby tondor
tho services of the band to givo an
instrumental and vocal concert upon
tho ovoning of Wednesday, Septem
ber 20th, if you will furnish a hall
within which the performance may
bo given, tho entire proceeds to bo
devoted to tho Midwinter Fair.
The band consists of about thirty
members. The sitiginsr will bo of
uativo songs in the Hawaiian lan
guage. I lomain, etc.,
L. A. Thurston.
FOREST ON EIRE.
A Squad of Mon Sent to Extinguish
it Last Night.
Lieutenant Nahoolowa and a gang
of sixteen men iucluding four na
tives, six Portuguese and six other
foreigners loft town about 9:30
o'clock last night to go up to Pauoa
valley to extinguish a big blaze
which had boon burning there for
over two days. They took along
lanterns, cauo knives aud other
tools. The part' arrived in tho
vicinity of tho fire at 10:15 o clock,
but only a few smouldering embers
woro seen ou the sido of tho moun
tain out of roach. As it was pitch
dark tho lieutenant decided to place
his mon on wntch in case the tiro
broke out again. Thoy stayed there
until G o'clock this' morning, when
tho vigil was given up, tho firo hav
ing died completely out.
An area of laud, presumably about
ono and. a -half miles in circumfer
ence, has boon laid bare by the
blaze. It is suspected to bo tho
work of an incondiary.
Scarcity of Litno.
Work on the now Eloctric Light
buildiuir near tho now iishuiarkot was
suspended on Wednesday last on
accouut of tho scarcity ot lime, tho
local supply having run out. Au
order was sent to Makaweli for sev
eral barrels until tho arrival of the
Manna Ala from the Coast. The
steamer Iwalani which arrived yes
terday brought one hundred barrels
from Makaweli, aud Mr. R. Lishmau
and his men resumed work this
morning. It is very seldom that a
lime dearth has been oxporiencod
The advertising of Hood's Sarsa
pat ilia appeals to tho sober, common
senso of thinking people, because it
is tine; and it is always fully sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
the financial world would bo ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. They tell tho .story Hood's
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, jaun
dice, biliousnes-i, sick headache, con
stipation. By Luwis J. Levey.
TT fill CO JIt T r4"
JJLUU.B13 OU J-lU b
On THURSDAY, Sept. 21
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T MY SALESROOMS
I WILL hKlI. AT rtlnLIC AUCTION
The Lease of House & Lot
Now occupied bv Mrs. W. I. Oreon.
formerly tho residence of the luto Hon. H.
G. Wilder,, and situated between tho lot
now occupied by Mrs. S. G. Wilder and
Hon. O. K. Hishop.
The Ieae for the entire Premises
is for 11 yearb with a privilege of 10 years
Ii-wis J. Levey,
T HAVE Al'POINTUD MltS. LIZZIE
X Knlnium I'ualil, known bv the niiiiiu
of kniuaua Hiiiram, Honolulu, to be Ad
ministratrix of all my real and pergonal
estuto. All parties indebted tome are re
quested to imil;e payment to bald Mrs.
I.izziu Ivainana, who fioin this date lias
full power to transact all business on my
Mm. Ask Kekuamvaiiia .MtGnroon.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 180J. SAV-lw
rpilK AUOVr. UEWAUI) W1I.I, HE
i. pabl to any one Kivioi; Information
Unit will lead to thni-onvlctioii of thutuo
piirantiN who Intclv broken Into tho Imuran!
Mr. Jin. W. Hniilh, (it Kniiltimwil, bevond
Dliimond Head, and stole Mimlry tiling
therefrom, mid who, mom recently, nlro
broke Info his hnuo nl. MnklM, liikinijiuwiy
canned provision, etu.
For further particular Inquire ot this
bpt. 18, UW. Wi-U
tlawaiian Hardware Go.. L'fl
Saturday, Sept. 16, 1898.
The attraction of the week
is the front of our store. By
the use of Hendry's Ready
Mixed Paints it has been made
the handsomest on Fort street,
and in painting the building
we have demonstrated, first:
that these paints cover more
surface than any other, and
that they are cheaper, and pro
duce a handsomer finish. Ten
gallons will paint any ordinary
house two coats, figure your
labor by the day and you can
tell in a second just what it
will cost you to make your
house look as good as new, or,
if it happens that it is a new one
it will make it look better.
Our object in dealing in these
paints is principally for the
profit there is in it; our interest
in the welfare of the people
and our desire to see all of the
houses in Honolulu look cheer
ful outside as well as in were
other objects for our con
sideration. In offering them
to the public we do so with a
guarantee as to their quality
and adaptability to the wants
of people who wish to have
their houses well painted at
the least possible expense.
Our stock embraces all colors
for use outside or in, for floors
or ceilings, roofs or railings.
The French rat trap which
we have been selling for a
vear oast has proven the
greatest enemy the rodents of
Honolulu have ever met. We
sold one to a gentlemen at
Waikiki the other day and in
eight days he was the proud
possessor of forty-three dead
rats. He was skeptical when
he took the trap home but
now he recommends it to his
friends. If you are troubled
with rats in your house or
barn the French rat trap will
make your mind easy.
We still have some very
handsome hard wood Refri
gerators and Ice Chests good
enough to ornament any din
ing room in the City. They
are constructed of the best
selected oak and finish as well
as the hand of the Cabinet
maker's art will allow, and on
principles of economy of ice.
We've had good Refrigerators
before, but none to equal these.
Your attention is invited to
We had an order the other
day for an Aermotor from a
gentleman who has never used
anything but wooden mills.
He saw the Aermotor at work
at Ewa Plantation, saw in
what a light wind the Aer
motor would work and pump
thousands of gallons of water
I per hour and compared it with
the old style wooden wheel and
then ordered an Aermotor,
Lately the demand for large
wheels has increased so much
that we feel that they are fast
becoming a necessity to every
Colorado Oils are also in
demand by plantation engi
neers and the demand is
caused by their superior
quality. We do not hesitate
to guarantee these brands ol
lubricating oils because they
are made for us under the
supervision of one of the most
expert oil men in the United
States. So great has been
the success of this brand that
oil manufacturers in San
Francisco have tried to imitate
them but in every instance
they have made failures.
There's something about the
oil that even their best
chemists fail to discover. The
genuine Colorado Dynamo,
Cylinder, Engine, Machine and
Mineral Castor oils are sold
only by us. They are in use
on many of the plantations and
in every instance giving perfect
Some wedding presents will
have to be bought within the
next few weeks and now is
the time to look around. In
your selection be careful to
get something that will be
serviceable. We have a large
and varied assortment of
house furnishing goods and
every article useful.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OpjKislte Bpreukels' Uloak,
307 FORT STIiUET.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Corner Fort &s
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 16c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
SGOtchZephyrs ADresB Ginghams
Corner Fort and Hotel Bts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
r "WE SEISTD OUT "&x
WK HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
0 ZDozem. !
1920 IFsLOikieiges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
"Fo-rt Street, -
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN & SON.
- - TToiaoluUi, K. I.
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