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All Executors, Administrators, Guar
dians and Trustees, who liavo not Mod
their annual accounts with tho Court, are
hereby notified to do tho samo without
Dy tho Court,
834 Deputy Clerk.
Tl DIM BULLETIN.
more ililliuulty in attributing. Ono
part of niv mind continually bid mo
remark tho transrational felicity of
tho 'word, osaminod all tho sylla
bles, showed mo that not ouo was in
itsolf significant, , anil yot tho wholo
ItoRular O on oral Sossion of tho Exc
outivo and Advisory Councils.
This nftornoon at 1:35 tho Esocu-
' oxprossctt to a uicoty tno voluminous mo and Advisory Coum-ils in gen
1 distress of ono in a high fovor and , 0rnl session vvero eallol to order by
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of AIL
THUKSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1893.
Why should not tho Provisional
Government itsolf give tho farewell
function to tho U. S. S. Boston poo
plot It doos not soem quito frauL
on thoir part to play second fiddk
to a more party organization in giv
ing what is meant for a stato enter
tainment to distinguished visitors.
All tho Star's argument on tho
verbally concealed text, "Might
makes right," is beside tho present
situation. Groat Britain's action ir.
Hawaii fifty years ago, and tht
United States' action in Samoa foui
years ago, both furnish sitilicionf
answers to tho Star's specious ploi
falsely made in the interest of civili
zatiou. Talk about what tho Provi
sional Government will or will uor
do, in the case of an unpalatablo ro
quest from the United States Gov
ernment, is supremely silly in mon
than one light. It is especially so
in view of tho ontiro surrender of it ;
independence made by tho Provi
sional Government to Minister Sle
vens, which led to his declaring a
protectorato and raising the Ameri
can flag over this Government on
tho first day of February. The very
ones who aro now talking rebel
liously against the exerciso of para
mount authority by tho Uuited
States Government wore only tho
other day contending that the pro
tectorate of Mr. Stevens still re
B. L. STEVENSON'S DREAMS.
A Remarkable Letter Experience?
ol "Psychological Interest."
In tho Juno volume of tho Journal
of the Proceedings of the Societ
for tho Psychical Research there i
an interesting article of Mr. F. W .
H. Myers' which coutaius a remark
able letter from Mr. Robert Loui
Stevenson, as follows:
Vailima Plantation, Upopo, St
moan Islands, July 14, 1892. Dear
Mr. Myers, I am tempted to com
municate to you some experience
of mine which seem to mo (ignorant
as I am) of a high psychological k
I had infamous health when i
child and suffered much from uigbt
fears; but from tho ago of about 1 3
till I was past 30, I did not kno v
what it was to have a high fever cr
to wander in my mind. So tint
these experiences, when they were
renewed, came upon mewitnentiie
freshness; and I am a peculiar sub
ject, or I was thus enabled to ob
serve them with unusual closenes i.
Experience A. During an illne; s
at Nice I lay awake a wholo night in
extreme pain. From tho beginning
of the evening one part oj my mind
became possessed of a notion so
grotesque and shapeless that it may
best bo described as a form of words.
1 thought tho pain was, orconnectc 1
with, a wisp or coil of some sort; 1
know not of what it consisted, nor
yet where it was, and cared not; only
I thought if the two ends won
brought together the pain would
cease. Now all the time with unotlur
part of mind, which I venture to
think was myself I was fully alive to
tho absurdity of this idea, knew it
to be a mark of impaired sanity, and
was engaged with my other self in a
perpetual conflict. Myself had noth
ing moro at heart than to keep from
my wife, who was nursing nie, anj
hint of this ridiculous hallucination;
tho other was bound that she should
bo told of it and ordered to effect
the cure. I believe it must hao
been well on in tho morning bofore
the fever (or the other fellow) tri
umphed, and I called my wife to my
bedside, s'eizod her savagely by the
wrist, and, looking on her with a
face of fury, cried, ''Why do you not
put tho two ends together and put
mo out of pain?"
Experience B. Tho other day in
Sydney I was seized on a Saturday
with a high fever. Early in tho af
ternoou 1 began to repeat mechani
cally tho sound usually writton
"mhn," caught myself in tho act, in
stantly stopped it, aud oxplaineu to
my mother, who was in tho room,
my reasons for so doing. "That is
tho beginning of tho mind to wan
der," 1 said, "and has to bo resisted
at the outsot." I fell asleep and
woke, and for tho rost of tho night
repeated to myself mentally a non
sense word, which T could not recall
next morning. I had boon reading
his nnnoyaiico at and recoil from tho
i attentions of his nurses. It was
I probably tho samo part (and for a
' guess the other fellow) who bid tnr
I comparo it with tho nonsouso words
ol Lewis uarron as mo invention oi
1 a lunatic with those of a sane man. j
But surely it was mysr If (and mysolf j
in a perfectly clear-headed state)
that kept mo trying all night to got j
the word by heart, on tho ground
that it would afterwards bo useful '
in literature if I wautod to deal with i
mad folk. It must hnvo been my
I holf, I say, because the other fellow bo
' lioed (or protended to believe) ho
was rending tho passago iu a book
whero it could always bo found
again when wanted.
Eporiouco C. Tho next night the
other fillow had au explanation roady
for my sulToriugs, of which 1 can
oiily say that it had something to do
with tho navy, that it was sheer, un
diluted nonsenso, had neither end
nor beginning, and was insuscopti
blo of being oxprosod iu words.
Myself know this, yot I gavo way,
and my watcher was favored with
somo references to tho navv. Nor
I only that: the other fellow was an
noyed or J was annoyed on two
1 inconsistent accounts; lirst, bocauso
he had failed to m:ko his moaning
comprehensible, aud second because
tho nurso displayed no interest.
The other filhw would havo liked to
explain lurthor; but myself was
much hurt at having been got into
this false position, and would bo led
In cases A aud C tho illusion was
amorphous. 1 know it to bo so aud
yet succumbed to the temptation of
trying to communicate it. In case
B tho idea was coherent, and I man
aged to hold my peace. Both con
sciousnesses, iu othor words, were less
affected iu case B, and both moro
' affected in cases A aud C. It is por
1 haps not always so; tho illusion
might bo coherent, even practical,
aud tho rational authority of the
miud quite iu abeyance. Would not
that bo lunacy?
Iu caso A I had au absoluto know
lodge that I was out of my mind,
and that there was no meaning in
my words; these wore tho verj' facts
that 1 was anxious to conceal; aud
jot when I succumbed to tho tempt
ation of speaking my face was con
vulsed with auger, and 1 wrung 1113
watcher's wrist with cruelty. Here
is action, unnatural and uncharacter
istic action, flowing from au idea in
which 1 had no belief and which 1
had been concealing for hours as a
plain mark of aberration. Is it not
so with lunatics?
1 liaio called tho ono person myself,
and tho othei the other fdlow. It was
myself who spoko aud acted; the
otliei follow seemed to have no con
trol of tho body or the tongue; he
could only act through tny-self, on
whom ho brought to bear a hoav
strain, resisted in ono caso, tri
umphant in tho two others, lot J
am tempted to think I know tin
othet fellow; 1 am tempted to think
ho is tho dreamer described iu 1113
Chapter on Dreams to which 3011
refer. Horo at least is a dream be
longing to tho same period, but tin
timo n pure dream, au illusion,
mean, that disappeared with the re
turn of tho sense of sight, not one
that pere erod duriug waking mo
ments and while I was able to speak
aud take my medicine. It occurred
tho day after caso B and before case
Case D. In tho afternoon there
sprang up a storm of wind with
monstrous clouds ol dust; my room
looked on a steep hill of trees whose
boughs were all blowing in tho same
direction; tho world seemed to pas'
by my windows liko a mill-race. Bj
this turmoil and movement I was
confused, but not distressed, and
surprised not to bo distressed; foi
even in good health a high wind ha"
often a painful iufluouco on my
uerves. Iu the midst of this I dozed
off asleep. I had just been reading
Scott's Life of Dryden, had been
struck with tho fact that Drydon
had translated somo of the Latin
hymns, and had wondered that I had
never remarked thorn in his works.
As soon as 1 was asleop I dreamed a
reason why tho sound of tho wind
aud tho sight of tho flying dust had
acting-Piosident Hatch, with whom
wore present Ministers King. Damon
aud Smith, Councillors Waterhouse,
Brown, Allen, Young, Nott, Mou
donca, Ton my, Suhr and Ena.
After tho reading of tho minutes
by Dr.Rodgors, secretary, Mr. Brown
took the chair at tho lequest of Mr.
Hatch; who left tho room.
Minister Damon piesentod tho
would financial statement as fol
lows: TiNwcm. Statfmtnt ron thr Wklk
E.MHNO SKrrKMllLR W. 1803.
Curicnt account balance Snp'.
11, lhUJ $ 125,521 13
Rooms to lot with board at llnni
Hoot Beer ou draught at Heusou,
Smith a, Cos.
For Now Silks and Infauts' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith As Co., Agents.
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'i
Fines Pen titles, etc
Hiuwillmi Postal Swings Hank
3 131 ,MH 77
Juliriary 703 21
Putillo Works 1,130 0)
Water works oui 61
Hoard of Health 1,032 00
Hepiin to markets .... 30 00
Subs dv to steamer bet. Hono
lulu and Molokni . 200 00
Aid t.) Paradise of the Pacific 200 00
Public Grounds 0 25
Kitpinl-ni H une -100 0(1
Itt-nt Hilo Post Ofliee 3u0 00
Finance, salaries, incidentals,
etc 3.00") 01
Finance, intorc-it 1.715 00
Itoud taxes to special deuoait.. 2,043 0)
School taxes ' " .. 2,h.'4 00
Attorney General's Dept ... MS 00
Treasure balance l'iO.OW 41
Sunburn roliovod at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co,,
Dr. R. 1. Mooro, dentist, has re
moved his ollico to Arlington Houso,
Hotel street Parlor o. z.
Dr. Goo."H. Hudtly, D. D. S., has
romovod his office from King stroot
to Boretania stroot, near Emma.
Lessons in piano given by Chr.
Horfckind, Pon hallow house, Boro
tauia street. Mutual telephone G14.
Do not forgot the timo whon you
can ring up N.F. Burgess to do
your work. Watch his ad., till nino
in tho morning
$ 131,80') 77
Duo I r. h. ilaitk
$J (U7.(00 00
. . 51(J,t'l,-) It.
Treasury and P. M. G. notes.. 220,000 00
Net indebtedness ?3,H93,09J 1S
This amount of fPiS.IOJ.K) was
pud from jeneral ieonuo
in tho treasury to carry on
public improvement un
der .sec. 2 to date and all
receipts from sale of bonds
undei loan of ISO I piss into
general easn as onsets until
this debt is cancelled $
Less bonds, Act of ItiOl, sold
24. 103 F0
Tho adertisiug of Hood's Sarsa
parilla appeals to tho sober, common
sense of thinking people, because it
is true; and it is always fully sub
stantiated by endorsements which in
the financial world would bo ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. The tell tho story Hood's
Hood's Pills euro livor ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headacho, con
stipation. - m
Tho success of Mrs. Annie M.
Boam, of McKeosport, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. Sho says:
"I spout several weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after tho groat flood, on account
of my husbaud being employed
there. Wo had sooral children with
us, two of whom took tho diarrhoea
very badly. 1 got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea
Uouiedy fioni Rev. Mr. Chapman.
t cured both of them. I know of
several othor cases whoro it was
equally succossful. I think it can
not bo excelled aud cheerfully re
commend it." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co.. agntits for the Hawai
Amount due general Treasury
this date from Loan Act
P. S. HVMI Ml'.UO.
Due depositors $ 510,493 IS
Notices of withdrawals mitur-
ng beptember. October,
November and December.. 2S,!)13 00
Cash on hand 2',-17 7.!
rRowiosu. aomME:T memo.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment to date $
120, 103 SO
This amount covers all expenses includ
ing militaiy and others not appiopriatul
by the last Legislature.
M1.MO CASH TIlCVbUHY.
Outstanding lertil'icates to re
deem liit.li tlioie is a eor-
rtsiiondiiig coin depobit in
the ticasuij $ 21,000 00
Ccrtilicttes uithditun from
circulation and deposited
for talo keeping 23 000 00
Postal Pavings I! ink Balance.
Ho id Hoard lund in 'I rcasury.
School Hoard fund in '1 reasury
Avail lulu cash as above
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AuctionSale of Ice Stock
On SATURDAY, Sopt. 23,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX,
A.T 3WE-5T SALESROOM
2'.&I7 7 J
I will sell at Public Auction for account
of whom it may loneorn
People's Ice & Ref 'g Cos Stock
Sahirday, Sept. 1G, 189S.
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, nrst:
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
ia 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 wnen
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
the hand of the Cabinet
TEMPLE OF F
Oornor Fort 80 KCotol Stroots.
I AM NOW OFFERING AT
A FULL LINE OF
WHITE 7. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
. Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
par vai.u: ?100.
not distressed mo. Xuero was no
wind, it seamed, no dust ; it was 011)3
Drydon singing his translated hymn-,
in one. direction, and all thoso who
had hlamud aud attacked him aftei
tho Revolution sinking them iu -other.
This point of tho two direc
tions is very singular and insauo. Iu
part, it meant that Dryden was con
tinuously ilying past jet neer pass
ing my window 111 the direction or
the wind and dust, aud all his do
tractors similarly hying past yot not
passing towards tho other side. But
it applied, besides this, both to the
uonls and to tho music in a uiaunei
wholly insusceptible of expression.
That was a d renin; and yet how
oxactlj it reproduces tho method of
my other f How while 1 was awake.
Here is au explanation for a stato of
mind or bodj sought and found
iu a tissue of rabid, complicated,
and inexpressiblo folly. Yours veiy
JJoni.itT Locis Stevenson.
. Bailor Belonginr; to tho Bark
Alrten Boaso Sovoroly Hurt,
About 11 o'clock this morning,
all night long ono part of my mini I ' Oceanic dock, tho bark Aldou Bok.H',
which was lying close by, began pro'
the other fillow) kept informing nu
tli at i was not repeating tho wowl
mysolf, but was only roading in a
book that Swift had so repeated it
in his last sickness. Tho temptation
to conimuuicato this nonsouso was
again strongly folt by myself, but
was 011 this occasion triumphantly
resisted, and my watcher heard from
mo all night nothing of Dean Swift
or tho word, nothing but what vim
rational, and to tho point. So muiih
for tho two consciousnesses whou I
can disentangle them; but there is a
part 0 my thoughts that I hnvo
parations for moving into tho vacat
od dock. Ono of tho sailors of tho
bark, by name Curtis, was sent 011
tho wharf to Miovo tho gangway on
, uouru, anil wlulo I bus engaged a
1 pile of lumber, which previously hail
not boon thought to receive support
' from tho gangway, fell on tho unfoi-
tiinato man, breaking his loft leg
auovo mo atiitio. Dr. .Mcurow was
summoned and had the man taken
to tho Hospital, where, tho doctor
said, lie was doing just as woll m
could, bo oxpooled.
$ ai,r or
.Minister Damon, in piesenting his
report, said ho considered it due to
the ollicers of (ho military, as well as
to himself aud the Government gen
erally, that a committee should in
vestigate tho affairs of tho military
department and make report as to
whetherits affairs were iu good order
or not. Tho Advisory Council, as woll
as tho Executive, should tako an in
terest in this matter aud seo that
everything was in good order. On
his report being adopted, ho moved
that a special committee of three bo
appointed to investigate military af
fairs. This carried and tho chair
man appointed Messrs. Toniiey,
Morgan aud Ena as tho committee.
Mr. Bolto read a report from the
Military Committee on tho requisi
tion of Col. Soper presented at last
meeting for tho military. Tho re
port, signed by Mr. Young nnd him
self, recommended tho granting of
tho itoms for shoes and cotton duck,
but that those for bajonet seabbanln
and a typewriter should bo deferred
until tho new uniforms arrived.
Minister Smith introduced au act
to provulo for I ho condemnation of
land for public purposes, stating
that its immediate purpose was to
settle tho matter of kuleanas at tho
Leper Sett lenient ou Molokni. Ko
forred to Judiciary Committee.
Minister Damon thought tho mea-
suio was too much in tho lino of
geueial legislation. Ho thought
what was wanted was a bill to effect
I ho specific purposo that called it
fin th. Ho read a draft of bill to
that end, which ho submitted for
tho consideration of tho Judiciary
r :u.. J
Mr. Eininolutli (who with Mr.
Morgan had taken his nlaeel. after
some discussion as to procedure on
tho alcohol bills, moved that tho
bill intioduced by tho Minister of
Finance bo taken from tho table.
Mr. TtMinoy moved that tho Min
ister's bill pass first reading.
After a little diciision by Minis
ter Smith and Mr. Eininolutli, the
bill passed lirst loading.
At 2:l."i the Councils wont into ex
i Dr. Mi-firim- M.-iinr ('. ( Iil...
and Captain II. Guiin, tho commit
tee of tho Annexation Club for the
purpose, waited on the U. S. S. Bos
ton's ollicers on board this morning
to tomler a reception and ball to
, them for Monday evening. Captain
, Day was not on board, but tho olli
cers accepted the invitation, nud ar
rangements for tho function aro pro.
glossing. Major J'otter says the in
vitations aro to bo issued 'regard Km
of jiaity connections.
! Tho St. Louis College bonidora
enjoy a dip in tho brinn near tho
1 0, 11. & L. Co.'a wharf dully.
Evening Auction Sale !
Arlington Room?, Hotal Street.
I will sell at public auct'on nt the Arling
ton Koom-i, Hotel Stieut,
On SATURDAY, Sept. 23,
AT 7 O'CLOCK P. M.
A large Invoke of Now Staple Goody, con
oil sizes and Patterns.
Tabic Linens, NapKin", Table Covers,
Silk, l.inen mid Cotton
HI!: Dreis Patterns,
A few Embroidered Diets Patterns.
A great varietj of
Suit and Pants Patterns
all stylcb and patterns, etc., etc.
Goods will be on view all Saturday.
TEltMS CASH I
We Guarantee Every Package
dS" "WE SE53STD OXJT 1a
Jas. F. Morgan,
a w:t 1 on r.nu.
Fire Police! Attention!
AMEUTINT, OP Till: AMOVE COM
pauy will lie held at Anncxutloii
Hall .,11 I'HUKSDAY EVh.MNU. ut7:3
p. in. 1111111043 Win ling up of tin Coin
panj'sulluirs, 11. AK.SllT.VOi;,
ANN U AI MEETING.
'piIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
J Ml'tuai. Tkiei-iio.nk .CoMi'vstr will bo
luld ut tlui Oiimpiiiy'b Ituilding, on 1'Kl.
j.v 1 , of picuiuer iuin, 111 iu a. in
0. u. Ki;itoi;u,
AnoVEKNKSS von TWO CIIII.I).
run nil tliu isluml of HiumiII. Apuh
by li'ttor to t M. .
rpiIE UNDEKSIONKD WIM, NOT 111!
X rexpoiiiilblii fornuv debu rum ruc'ted
in 111 liumu without liN nrliti'ii rmiM'iH.
!" I'l.TEK 1,1:1;.
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
S thousands of gallons of water
per hour and compared it with
the old style wooden wheel ad
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 uns 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.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, COisSlS'IING OF
40 Oases !
ISO IDozjexx !
920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.
Tort Street, - - - TTonolvilti, H. I.
T7Ml'I.OY.MEN'T JIY I'OltTUfiUl.Si;
Xu iniinand wifo, Would work tuKullu-r
or MnB.v. Mini tmilei-UmlN Iiuimih, or
would look aftur garden. Woman 1 an
wiuli, cook. etc. Apply M. A. lioiibiilvus.
Qucou ktrut. WMw
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoilt Bpreckel' Illook,
307 FORT STREET,
Wortiti SO Oexrts.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortib. 75 Cents.
E S. TEEGLOAN & SON.