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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Hedged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. '20, 1893.
NOT DOUBT BUT BOUNCE.
llecont history should havo boon
a sufliciout warniug to tho uuuoxa
tion orgaus hero against tho adop
tion ol tho attitude they havo as
sumed regarding tho Now York
Horald's news from Washington on
tho action of the Executive in the
Hawaiian matter. Thoy echoed last
January tho screaming head lines of
tho jingo press announcing that Mr.
Noumanu was a day behind tho lair
with the Quoon's protest. Later
thoy rashly denied tho nows that
camo outsido of the American press
that tho treaty was to be withdrawn
and an investigating commission sent
to the Hawaiian Islands. Their
denials of facts on thoso occasions
provod to be as empty as tho wishes
that fathered tho inventions. In
deed, all authentic "royalist predic
tions," as these reckless journalists
loved to characterize thom in lofty
sarcasm, havo thus far been fulfilled,
tho latest news from Washington
being further in ovidouce. There
have been no disappointments ex
cept those invented for effect to fit
tho false statements of "royalist" ex
pectations made for a purpose.
Equally lugubrious have been tho
efforts of the same circle to decoivo
public opinion iu the United States
regarding tho situation at tho isl
ands. Their stories of "conspiracies,"
stratagems and "anticipated up
risings" invented to make it appear
iu the United States that the auti
auuexatiouists were far otherwise
than in a patient and peaceful
mood, awaiting tho decision of tho
United States Government on tho
question concerning its own honor
and national traditions more than
anything else have all come to
naught. They are still at it, how
ever, but tho campaign has degener
ated into a pure mattor of revenue
for the correspondents. Their con
sciences are not proof against tho
writing of false intelligence at five
to ton dollars a column. Thoso of
them who hold down desks on tho
local press give not evidence of
doubt of the Washington nows, but
rather the usual indications of their
facility iu bounce to cover oft-recurring
chagrin at disappointment.
THE PACIFIC CABLE.
On tho nows reaching British
Columbia of the cable-laying opera
tions iu tho South Seas, the British
Colonist newspaper prote.ited against
tho transpacific cable touching at
tho French territory of Now Cale
donia, as it would be liable to bo
rendered useless to Great Britain in
the event of war. Tho editor further
more wrote the Premier of Canada
to enlist his aid in securing a cable
lino free from interruption. It looks
like a dog-in-the-manger policy to
oppose this French enterprise, that
promises to be the beginning of tho
great boon of cable communication
across tho Pacific. Iu the event of
war the British Government has an
other cable routo for its messages,
and could in a very short time run a
now cable link, to conuoct with tho
main line at Fiji, shutting off the
French connection. Both American
and English enterprise has had a
fair field for its exercise in the mat
ter of a Pacific cable, and if either
nation is forestalled by Franco iu
making a start it has itself to blame.
A British growl at tho intervention
of Franco iu the mattor is as un
reasonable as would bo an outcry
from tho United States in tho case
of British ontorprise getting in first
with a transoceanic cablo touching
at tho Hawaiian Islands, whoro
American interests are held as para
mount to thoso of all other foroigu
nations. New South Wales and
Queensland have shown the proper
spirit toward tho French cable
Bchoino by giving it thoir official
The P. G. band will give a public
concort at tho Hawaiian Hotel thib
evening at 7:!10 o'clock. The follow
ing program will be rendered:
Muroh- Joyce' 1'ott
Overturn Mnsunlcllo. .
Waltz- Tom i'urix.
' I'ABT II.
Kiitanln Awakonlnjjui tho I.lon
Ottvottu I.ittlo MartiU I)oimurriiu
Waltz fciiiUaiiu liucalowl
MarchMy (loscliurt .Bprovyaokur
Ham all 1'oaul,
FROM THE SOUTH.
Latent Items by tho Mail Steamer
Moaslos has reached Samoa, caus
ing grave apprehensions of an epi
demic. H. 11. M. S. Hingdovo was ovorduo
at Apia three weeks from Ponrhvn
island on tho 12d, but arrived on tlie
lth and immediately sailed for Fiji.
Foreign warships at Apia aro tho
British Katoomba and tho German
Bussard ami Sporbor. Tho Rapid
sailed for Fiji on tho 2d iust.
"Bon Peter, our lato municipal
lamplighter," says tho Samoa Times,
"returned by th6 Monowai, bringing
an addition to his family in tho
shape of a son, of some 12 years of
ago. Tho climate of Honolulu evi
dently did not suit Ben, after his
long slay in Samoa."
Coindr. Sir II. Oirle. Hart., of tho
Kapid, called on Iving Malietoa and
congratulated him on the close of
tho war. The King was prevented
from returniug tho call by tho ship's
cutting off communication with tho
shore for fear of measles.
Cnpt. Bickford of tho Katoomba
obtained tho promise of two anta
gonistic factions in Tutuila to make
peace on whatever terms might bo
arranged by tho King and tho repre
sentatives of tho three Powers.
Tho startling statement was made
to tho Municipal Council of Apia
that two cases of leprosy had boon
discovered in tho town, and tho
Times advocates tho establishment
epor station after tho example
of Hawaii. Bon Peter, mentioned
iu another item as returned from
Honolulu, is ouo of tho cases dis
covered. The North German Lloyd stoani-s
er Karlsruhe, J4tU tons, lias arriveci
at Apia from Broinon via Sydney
with 270 men and a largo quantity
of stores for the Gorman warships.
Sir Johu Thurston has been warm
ly defending tho Samoau otlicials
whoso services havo latoty boon dis
pensed with, according to some of
the official announcements. Sir John
believes that Chief Justice Cedor
crautz and his official colleagues at
Apia wore sot an impossible task
when thoy wore put to administer
Samoa n affairs under tho compli
cated sysU'iu arranged at the Berlin
Conference. Tho High Commission
er is right in this, no doubt. Euro
Latest advices from the Solomon
Islands state that tho Archduke of
Austria was down there, blazing
away at tho birds as usual. Austrian
royalty is notorious for "crazes" ol
all descriptions. Tho Archduke ap
pears to bo following consistently iu
the footsteps of his recent ancestors.
His life's desire it seems is to be con
tinually killing something. Hound
ed by this mad mauia, he cruises
around the world iu a special war
ship. Luckily the Austrian taxpayer
i.i submissive, aud regards tho royal
"dook" with a reverential eye.
Tho withdrawals from tho Auck
land Savings Bank Sept. 1 amounted
to nearly 40,000.
Ten years ago 200 cabinot-makors
wero employed in Melbourne; now
only 25 Europeans work at the
trade. Tho others are Chinese.
Tho Victorian Minister for Rail
ways has approved of tho proposals
of tho comii.issiouers to reduce the
wages of the railway employees by
An attempt is being made to form
a company iu Sj-duoy for tho pur
pose of reviving tho whaling trade
iu tho South Seas and tho Antarctic
Proceedings at Appellate Term The
Spreckols-Stur Libol Case.
Tho following continues our re
port of proceedings at tho term of
tho Supremo Court:
Provisional Government vs. Alau
and Ah Fau. Gambling. Excep
tions from Juno tonn, Second Cir
cuit. Wilder for prosecution; Kau
lukou for defendants. Argued and
submitted with tho case of Sam Gee
and four others.
Provisional Government vs. E.
Wory. Keeping disorderly house.
Appeal from District Court of Ho
nolulu. Wilder for prosecution; C.
W. Ashford for defendant. Argued
In tho matter of the estate of
Kamaka. Probate of will. Appeal
from order denying motion for judg
ment non olmtttnte vercdivtos. Croigh-
ton for proponeut-appellaut; Rosa
for contestant. Submitted on brief.
The Banning estate case was
argued aud submitted as reported in
T. W. Rawlins vs. Honolulu Soap
Works Co. Action for damage. Ap
poal from order sustaining demurrer.
Brown for plaintiff-appellant; Hart-
well lor ueieuuaut. Arguou auu
Provisional Government vs. W. G.
Smith. Libol. Question reserved
by Judge Whiting. Hatch for tho
prosecution; Hartwoll for defend
ant. Being argued this afternoon,
rUTlTION FOU ACCOUNTING,
Fanny B. Nichols, guardian of
Evolyu N. Bidwoll, minor legatee
aud devisee under tho will of John
E. Bidwoll, docoased, has filed a pe
tition that Jonathan Shaw and Ar
chibald L. Taylor, executors of tho
estate, bo ordeied to file a full and
complete inventory of all propoity
of the estate and full aud complete
accounts of all receipts and dis
bursements made by them as such
executors within ten days. Tho pi
titiouer' further prays that she bo
duly appointed the guardian of the
person and properly of thu said mi
nor. She alleges she was appointed
as such guardian by thu Superior
Court of tho City and County of
San Francisco, Suite of California.
Charles Croightou is attorney for
DKCISION IN ADJIIIIAI.TV.
Judge Cooper has rendered his
decision iu tho admiralty case, aw
arding 50 porcoiit of t he net proceeds
of tho WOO bags sugar to tho libol
laiits, the 1 iitor-lsland Steam Navi
gation Co. Their stoamur Iwulani
saved tho sugar from tho wrecked
schuonor Liholiho at Maknweli.
LATEST VIIOM HILO.
Closinu of n Hntnl A Small Flro
Bhlpplng A Votoran Bookkeeper
Tho Coney Hotel. Hilo, has closed
its doors. It had boon in oporation
nine months, and was lilted up boau-
tifully by its owners. It was well
kept, struggled hard to keen its
head above water, and went down
with colors Hying. Always kept a
goial table, gave special attention to
guests. It was not tho fault of tho
host or hostess, that it did not suc
ceed. Tho only hotel now is tho
Hilo, which is not as well patronized
as it should be. and is hardly pay
ing oxpenses. When we wero with
out any hotel tourists and others
sometimes had a hard time getting
a place to stop at, and people who
did not wish to take boarders wore
compelled to take them. Now that
wo have a hotel it should bo patro
nized, or the only remaining hotel
may havo to close up on account of
not sullicient patronage. Then Hilo
ites might be compelled to say Hilo
lias no hotel again. Public spirited
persons should ask their friends to
go to tho hotel.
Sailed from Hilo, Sept. 18th. bark
ontino Amelia, Capt. Ward, for Port
Townsonu in ballast.
Sailed from Hilo, Sept. 13th, brig
antiuo Lurlino, Capt. Chas. Matson,
for San Francisco in ballast. Pas
sengers: Mr. and Mrs. B. H.
Mr. SclioU has boon bookkeeper
at Houotnu fifteen years and has
left for California, whero he has a
There was a small fire in Hilo on
Suuday, 17th inst. It was iu the
cook house of J. R. Wilson, but did
not amount to much; only burned a
hole in tho roof about four feet
square. The gallant firemen woro
out, got the engine out but not as
rapidly as if horses wero moving it.
The fire was out boforethoy reached
tho building. Tho church bolls
rang, as tho now lire alarm boll has
not been huug yet. Hope to havo
an appropriation' soon in order that
it may waken us either bj day or
night, in case of lire.
J. A. M.
Hilo, Sept. 18, 1893.
Tho Ligkt-Fiugered Gentry aro Still
The residence of Mr. Jas. Ma
houey at Kalia was ontored by some
unknown person on Sunday last,
and two gold rings aud a $10 gold
piece were taken from a bureau
drawer. Mr. Mahouey was out as
usunl driving a hack, and his elderly
mother occupiod tho house aloue.
About noon she loft, to go to a
neighbor's house, locking the doors
behind her. She returned to the
house in tho evening aud found tho
place ransacked. Mahouey camo iu
later and together thoy made an ex
amination. An ax was found on the
bureau aud tho drawers woro broken
open, presumably with tho ax. Tho
$10 gold piooo aud two rings wore
The Chinese servant says ho saw
a half Lnscar boy prowling around
tho promises during tho afternoon.
Thoro is a game known as tho "Rus
sian War" being carried on at Kaka
ako, aud Mahouey is of the opinion
that ono of thoso "spurts" did tho
STRIKE ON THE DETROIT.
Sailors Refuse to Accept Thoir Grub
Capt. Darrah's Denial.
About eight of tho crew of the
bark Detroit quit work this morning,
tho alleged causo being tho quality
of food supplied to tho crow. Tho
men when seen this forenoon ox
prcsbed thoir determination to hold
out until bettor grub is supplied
thom, at the same time exhibiting a
chunk of salt meat in a bad state of
decomposition, declaring that that
had been thu kind of meat which
tKoy had beeu fod ou.
Captain Darrah, when interviewed
at tho Consulate this afternoon, re
fused to explain his side of tho af
fair, simply giving out to bo under
stood that tho men had no cause
whatever to complain, and warned
tho reporter by saying: "You can
put in tho papers whatover you liluy
but bo very careful of whatover you
do say." When told that tho ro
portor had alroady had an intorview
with tho strikers, ho made tho re
mark that had ho been aboard at
tho timo ho would have never al
lowed the intorview to take place.
Statement by Mr. Bowen.
Mr. J. P. Bowou, who does not
like to rest, under the stigma of a
criminal chargo while tho case is
ponding, wishes an explanation of
his position published. Ho says
whoii ho was moving his billiard
outfit from the Pantheon to tho Mc
Lean block, his employees for that
work carried off a detached screen
door in his ab-oiico. Without re
ceiving any notice that he had taken
more than belonged to him, ho was ar
rostud for tho larceny of the door as
from Jim Uodd. When called in
Court ho was asked to plead to tho
charge of larceny of somebody else's
door, and decliuing to do so walked
out of court.
Tried to Swallow tho Tickets.
A Chinaman named Ah Hiu was
arrested with several oho fa tickets
in his hand ou Pauahi near Manna
kea street this morning, When Ah
lliii discovered that he had no
chance of escape he put tho tickets
in his mouth, aud attempted to
swallow them, Tho ollicors woro too
quick, however, and 11 iu was grabbed
by the throat. Tins man was hold
until his face grew black aud
before he spit out thu tickets,
t idiots were secured aud Ah
was lauded iu the Station.
Tho Now Zealand Government
I has, iu view of the buiiholoss run on
tho Auckland Savings Bank, decided
to push through a Banking Bill on
tho lines of tho Now South Wales
Rooms to lot with board at Hani
Root Boor on draught at Bensou,
For Now Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Touic. Bonson, Smith Aj Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. II. 1. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
noioi street rarlor iNo. 2.
Dr. Goo. II. Huddy, D. D. H.f has
removed his office from Klnir street,
to JJorotanin street, near Einina.
Lessons in piano given by Chr.
llerskind, Ponhallow house, Boro
tania street. Mutual telephone (511.
Do not forgot tho time when you
can ring up N. F. Burgess to do
your work. Watch his ad., till nine
in the morning. Mutual telephone
To Got at the Facts
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask
tho people who take this medi
cine, or read tho testimonials often
published in' this paper. They will
certainly convince j'ou that Hood's
Sarsaparilla possesses unequalled
merit, and that Hood's Cures.
Hood's Pills euro constipation by
restoring tho peristaltic action of
the alimentary canal. Thoy aro the
best family cathartic.
The success of Mrs. Annie M.
Beam, of McKeesport, I'ennsylvauia,
in the treatment of diarrhoea iu her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
"I spent several weeks in Joustown,
Pa., after the great flood, oil account
of my husband being employed
there. We had sovoral children with
us, two of whom took the diarrlnea
very badly. I got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Rev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of thom. I know of
several other cases where it was
equally successful. I think it can
not bo excelled aud ohoorfully re
commend it." 25 aud 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. 2, K. of P.
i T THE REGULAll CONVENTION OF
J. Mvstic Lodge o. 2, Knights of
l' thins," to bu held THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, the Rank of Knight will be
tXP All Knighti qualified are cordially
invited to be prusunt.
I'er order of the C. C.
A. V. GEAR,
K. of It. & S.
Fire Police! Attention!
A MEETING OF THE ABOVE COM
pany will bo held lit Annexation
Hall on THURSDAY EVENING, at 7:30
p. m. wisineas winning up 01 tne oom-
ANNUAL MEETING. .
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
L Mutual Teixi'huxe Company will be
held at tho Oompiiiiv's Building, on FRI
DAY, September attfi, nt 10 a. m.
0. O. BEKGER,
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
PERSON OR 1'EIWONS KOUND
treaiiiihsini! or shojtiiu' iminu unon
the lower or rnuVai portion of the 111 of
Kupakahi, Waikcle, District of Ewa, Island
of Oahu, H. I., will bu prosecuted to the
full extent of tho l.iw.
J. M. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, Hui.t. -M, lb'a 8'11-hv
Dear Sir: To my regret I heard that I
had beeu hoaxed and deceived when actual
ly told that a marriage between Mr. Dela
neynnil Miss I'hrlttian wastotake place. 1
heard it, believed it and told Mr. Bolster of
the Bulletin. Of course I retract the
statement and regret extremely that I
made it and caused either yourself or MU
Ohriotiuu any annoyance by rcpeatingtho
statement. 1 certainly would not have done
so had 1 not believed it,
1 am, jours re-peetfullv,
GOVERNESS TOR TWO CHILD-
run on thu Ihlaml of Hawaii. Annlv
by letter to C. II. W.,
M3.lw Box 287.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT BE
X reHponsiblo for any debts contracted
in Ids name without IiIh written consent.
833-lw PETEU LEE.
EMPLOYMENT BY PORTUGUESE
man and wife. Would work together
or tdngl). Man nnderbtands horses, or
would look after garden. Woman can
waih, cook, etc. Apply M. A. Gonsalves,
Queen street, slJU-lw
FOR BALE EOR WANT OF USE.
A STEAM LAUNCH IN K1RST-0LASS
order well-known as having been
used by Dr. H. Trouiseuu us Port I'hysi
cla.ii The several Pilots,, tho Custonm
Ollleers can give Information about thu
boat; speed buven knots. Several othor
Boats, Spurs, Sails, etc., etc. The Boats
can be neon nt Mrs. Heist's bout house next
to the Marine Railway. For prices, etc..
apply to DR. (1. TROUSSEAU,
From U to 11 a. m. or 7 to ti p. w.
I'AWAIAIIAO BEMINAHY HAS KS.
XV tllhlixllUil u DonliSHC Dl'.l'AltlMBNT
and Is prepared to take orders for Jellies,
bread und cakefc, All orders for fruit cuke
for thanksgiving mill Uirlstmus should he
K'lit at once. H.'ulm
ALL PERSONS HAVING CI.AI.MH
aguiiiht Hubert William Holt per
fcomilly are rmiucstcd to prncnt the samii
without i1kuv at the Otlleeof
IlltUCl; A A. J. UARTWRK1HT.
Honolulu, Aug. tf, lt&& ei&-tf
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'd
Saturday, Sept. 16, 1893.
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 bv 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
year past 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 ol water
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
qualitv. 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
OpK)Hlte HprookeU' Block,
U07 POUT STllHHT.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oomor Fort 8a Hotel Streeta.
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured dial lies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Scotch Zephyrs Dress Ginghams
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
ver TWB SETNTD OXJT -te
WB HAVK RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OK
40 Oases !
0 Dozen I
1920 JPeioIsisiges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
F'o-rt Street, -
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN k SON.
Every . Package
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