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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of Ml.
FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1893.
"Woll, thoro is consolation in tho
fact that tho 'Hag of Canada' can
novor wavo over Hawaii." Thus
saith tho pndUud organ of tho P. G.
Tho flag of Canada was waving ovor
a handsome steamship in Honolulu
harbor a few days ago, and a vory
protty Hag it was acknowledged to
bo by all who saw it. Canada is tho
fourth marithno country in tho
world; although still a dependency
of tho British Empire, and her flag
would do no discredit to Hawaii.
Still tho onby person in Hawaii who
seems to have Canada on tho brain
is tho author of some of tho Adver
any domostic animal whatsoovor?
Such tinkoring with legislation only
shows tho woak montal calibor of
tho crowd now in powor.
uJoo" and tho Star.
Isn't it about time that tho Star
man gave us a rest about Joe Mars
don and his wonderful doings. Tho
community knows enough already
about tho fat boy, without boing
nauseated ovory second day with a
Iouk sciood about what Joo dreamt.
or is going to do, or rathor didn't
AN ENGINEERING FEAT.
Tho Groatnoss of tho Forrla Whool
is Now Apparont.
This is an era of
uninlis, but the ureatost of all
THE MONROE DOCTRINE.
When tho Provisional Government
was on tho point of making a sill
exhibition of itself, in its joy at bo
ing fully recognized by the Russian
Government, tho Bulletin asked,
"Whore is tho Monroo doctrine?"
The Star with its usual aflluouoo of
wisdom replied that tho Monroe
doctrine had nothing to do with a
mere act of recognition of a friendly
government. It would seem, how
ever, that the Monroo doctrine is
seriously involved in this country's
new relations with Russia. Ac
cording to tho morning organ
of tho Government tho United
States instead of taking caro of
all her own interests in the
Western Hemisphere is to solicit
the aid of Russia and possibly
France to maintain her now univer
sally acknowledged claims in tho
Pacific, as against Great Britain and
tbi Triple Alliance. Ouo part of
the Monroe doctrine is to have no
European intorferouco whatever in
American affairs, and another is
that America should strictly avoid
being involved in any European
complications. If tho xVdvortisor's
suppositions have any foundation,
then the Monroe doctrine is a
thing of tho past. And if European
nations are going to staud over the
boiling pot of Hawaii, with claims
of being entitled to a hand in tho
making of the broth, tho persons
responsible for putting this country
in a like unsatisfactory position to
that of Samoa are es-Minister John
L. Stevens and tho group of Hawai
ian adventurers who plotted with
him to destroy tho independence of
tho Hawaiian Island1'.
Matters at Chambers Criminal Trials
Must bo by Jury.
Allou & Robinson, plaintiffs, by
their attorney, F. M. Hatch, liavo
filed their bill of exceptions to
Judge Cooper's ruling that they
wore precluded from maintaining
thoir action against G. W. Lincoln
and W. C. Peacock, on tho ground
that thoy had sigueu a bona as
surety, which bond was conditioned
against a lion upon tho promises of
W. C. Peacock.
Saidio C. Opforgolt, widow, peti
tions that William F. Allen bo ap
pointed administrator of tho ostato
of her late husband, Philip Opfor
golt, who died intestate Tho estate
is represented to bo of tho value of
$13,500, consisting of a house and
lot in Tauoa aim an interest in the
business of Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.
Judgo Whiting to-day hoard tho
petition for allowance of accounts
and dischargo of Bruco Cartwright,
administrator of the estate of Eliza
W. Holt. C. Brown for administra
tor; A. Rosa for R. W. Holt. Coun
sel disagreed on the matter of com
missions, as well as on the law re
lating thereto, and tho Court took
tho disputed points iuto considera
tion. The Supremo Court has rendered
a unanimous decision by Chiof Jus
tice Judd in tho cases of Ah Ping
ana oung Cuing, plaiutins in error,
vs. tho Provisional Government, do
fondaut in error, aud the Provisional
Lioveriiiiient vs. lam tsiug. it is
found that "Sectiou (58 of tho Act to
Reorganize the Judiciary Depart
ment approved November 25, 1892
(Chapter LVIL, Laws of 1892), does
not allow tho trial of a defendant iu
a criminal case, on appeal, by the
Circuit Court or Circuit Judge in
vacation, tho jury being waived."
Accordingly, in tho iirst case the
defendants who were convicted
without a jury, in the Fifth Circuit
Court, for carrying on a lottery, are
ordered discharged, and, in the sec
ond case, where tho question of trial
without a jury was reserved in tho
First Circuit Court for the Supreme
Court, tho case is ordored to that
Court for trial by a jury at nest
term. A. S. Hartwoll for plaintiffs
in error; P. Neumann for Tarn Sing;
Attorney-General W. O. Smith for
DEATH OF SAMUEL M. CARTER.
An Old and Respected Hawaiian
Born Resident Gone.
WHO CONTRACTED THE DEBTS P
"This debt was contracted under
the monarchy," mumbles the Adver
tiser in virtually confessing that it
told an untruth yesterday about the
P. G. having paid off tho national
debt. The fact is that of tho
"nearly four million dollars" of
debt, as above acknowledged, the
amount of $229,337.23 lias been in
curred iu tho less than niuo months
of the Provisional Government.
Receipts from tho Postal Savings
Bank are properly included, being
simply borrowings from the people.
Now how is it? In the fifty years
of the monarchy since tho restora
tion by the British, the country in
curred $3,181,185.51 of indebtedness.
This amount is obtained by deduct
ing what tho P. G. has borrowed
from the net indebtedness at this
date. If tho country had been run
ning into debt for fifty years at the
rate it has gone since tho P. G. took
charge, the national indebtedness
would to-day be ovor $15,000,000.
All that tho presout Government
has paid on account of the national
debt has been $80,933.80 of in
terest, according to tho last two
quarterly statements of the Reg
istrar of Finance. Or, if fifty years
is too far to go back, lot us take it
for the nineteen years from tho ac
cession of Kalakaua. Had tho debt
beou increasing all that time in tho
proportion that it has douo tho past
nine mouths, the national indebted
ness to bo recorded to-day would be
nearly six million dollars instead of
less than four millions. Tho worst
of it is that there is less to show, in
services for tho public benefit, for
tho debt incurred by the Provisional
Government than thoro is for any
equal obligations fastened on tho
country by any administration un
der tho monarchy. Iu tho matter
of wanton wastofulnoss the morco
uary soldier business of our present
rulers fully parallels the Saiunan
mission of Kalakaua.
After a painful illness of ovor five
years, Mr. S. M. Carter died at his
residence, Nuuauu avenue, at 5:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho
malady that ultimately carried him
off was long since recognized as
fatal, and caused him so much suffer
ing that it is wonderful how long ho
withstood tho siege.
Samuel Morrill Carter was born in
Honolulu on the 27th December,
1838. Ho was the third son of Cap
tain J. O. Carter and his wife, Han
nah T. Carter. Tho mother survives.
Tho deceased was ono of six chil
dren Joseph O., Henrj A. P. (late
Hawaiian Minister at Washington),
Samuol M., Alfred W., Frederick W.,
aud Cathorino R. (now Mrs. Robert
The lamented gentleman leaves a
widow and seven children Fred
erick W., Mrs. Orin Kitely, Mrs. J.
O. Young and John H., all of Seat
tle, Wash.; aud Alfred W. (of tho
law firm of Carter & Carter), Ethel,
and Florence, of this city.
Mr. Carter was a most estimable
citizen. His pleasant disposition
was evinced in a sunny demeanor,
aud ho was woll liked by all who
met him in business or social rela
tions. Mr. Carter was a wholesale
and retail doalor iu wood and coal,
aud was doing a prosperous business
before his health broke down. Tho
Bulletin joins with the whole com
muuity iu tendering heartfelt condo
lences to tho family in thoir bereave
ment, Mr. Carter's funeral will take
place from his lato residence at -1
o'clock this afternoon.
cent successes nlonir that Hue is ad
mitted to bo tho Ferris whool at tho
Chicago Exposition. Concoivod nl
most iu a moment, constructed
against tho advice of many of tho
most sKilllul members ol the proios
siou, evolved from tho pigmotal in
loss than six month.-, it was sot iu
motion on Juno 21, and since that
time daily has lifted thousands high
in tho air and brought thorn safely
back to tho ground. The notable
achievement of tho Paris Exposition
was the Eiffel Tower, but that was
remarkable only for its height. Tho
Forris wheel is a massive yet doli
cato pioco of machinery so massive
that a 150-ton load of human beluga
has litllo more effect upon it than a
11 y upon a carnago whool, so dolicato
that its groat powor is exerted with
out tho slightest jar.
That tho idea of the whool camo
to George W. G. Forris like an in
spiration is npparout from his state
ment: "Wo used to havo a Saturday af
ternoon club, chiolly of engineers, at
the World's Fair. It was at one of
thoso diuuors, down in a Chicago
chophouse, that I hit on tho idea.
1 remember remarking tuat i wouiu
build a wheel a monster. I got
some paper and began sketching it
out. I fixed tho sizo, determined
tho coustrucaiou, tho number of cars
wo would run, tho nunibor of people
it would hold, what wo would
chargo, tho plan of stopping six
times in the first revolution and
loading, and thon making a com
plete turn in short, before dinner
was ovor I had sketched out almost
tho entire detail, aud my plan has
novor varied an item from this day.
Tho wheel stauds in the Plaisanco
at this moment as it stood before
His fellow-engineers laughed at
tho idea, said that it would not
work, and that no way could bo
found for revolving tho great mass,
and advised him not to risk his
reputation upon such a wild pro
ject. But ho persisted, completed
the plans, and, submitting them to
the directory of tho fair, asked for a
concession. The managers wore
reluctant to give even a shadow of
recognition to a scheme so daring,
and it was not until tho middle of
December, 1892, that ho was assured
of a right to exhibit that marvel of
engineering skill. In five mouths
the 2200 tons of iron and steel neces
sary for the wheel wore molded into
form iu Detroit, taken to Chicago
aud put together, aud so perfect
wore tho plans that each piece fitted
to its place as accurately as though
formed on the spot.
Only loss wonderful than tho de
signing of tho wheel was the plan
ning for putting it into position.
The foundations for tho towers were
started thirty-five feet bolow the sur
face of the ground aud were built
twenty feet square aud of solid
cement. Heavy steel bars wore buried
ill this cement and to these tho
towers wore bolted, making it impos
sible to ovorturn tho whool without
uprooting tho foundations. Tho
axis upon which tho wheel turns
woighs seventy tons, and this groat
weight was lifted 1-10 feet in tho air
aud sottled in its sockets without
tho least difficulty. Segment by
segment tho wheol was riveted to
gother and tho cars attached and
the moment arrived for sotting it iu
Mauy plans had been considered
for applying the motive power, but
tho one finally decided upon was an
endless chain operating on two
sprockot wheels. To be effective
tho wheol had to bo perfect in its
revolutions, and not until tho ma
chinery was started was tho bold
dosigner Buro that success was his.
But everything worked as planned,
and tho great triumph of Mr. Ferris
Tho whool itself is 250 feet in dia
meter, and its highest poiut reaches
208 feet above the earth. The weight
is lour times that ol the great eanu
Tho advertising of Hood's Sarsa
parilla appeals to tho sober, common
sonso of thinking peoplo, because it
is truo; and it is nlways fully sub
stantiated by ondorsomonls which in
tho financial world would bo ac
cepted without a momont's hesita
tion. Thoy toll tho story Hood's
Hood's Pills euro livor ills, jaun
dice, biliousness, sick headache, constipation.
By Lowia J. Lovoy.
BY V1RTUK OP A. PK'MtKK M W.
liv tho Hon. W. Austin Wliltinir. ono
of tho .bulges of the Circuit Court for thu
First Circuit, dated Mny '22, 1MI3, In a suit
In equity lirnitulit bj t'lruw Sprecl'ds v.
Gcorj-o V. Mncrnrliuio, which decree, wns
confirmed on nitpenl by thu Supreme Court
by decree dntou BoiUumber 14, 1S,1; I shall
sell at public auction, nt my salerooms In
On Wednesday, Oct, 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON',
ALL OF THOSE
Hawaimu nartlware Co., L'fl
IN THE CAPITAL STOCK OK THE
Waikapu Sugar Gomp'y
Named in Certificates No. rs, ,''' mid 10,
boing tho same covered by said suit.
Tonus Cash in D. S. Gold Coin.
W- Stamps and transfers at expense
American Legion of Honor.
MKETINU OF THE HAWAIIAN'
Council. No. '49. Amuncni Lemon of
Honor, will take place at the Hnriuonv
Hall, on Kinu Street, at 7:30 i. nu THIS
(Priitay) EVENING. Important business.
Members are requested 10 atteml.
Hy order, E. A. M IT It PHY,
HE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
Members of the Honolulu Library
aud Hcadini lloom Association will take
place on PIUDAY, Oct. 13th, at 7:oU p. in.,
at Library Hall, for the purpose of electing
Trustees for the ensuing vear.
H. A. PAKMELEE,
-MC-R.S. B. O-OOD
Respectfully invites inspection of High
liuss ii oveiimi m .nunnery
Tho Poor Ba-bas.
Our Star chamber rulers havo
started oil" on a fresh taok. Thoy
havo doomed it necessary to assume
tho duties of a "society for tho pre
vention of cruelty I o animals," and
are about to pass mi act to prevent
tho poor ba-bas httviiiL' their oars
suippod off by tho cruel ranchmen.
If thoy nru to porsovoro in passing
this childish act, why not go tho
whole "1iol or none," and mako it
Illegal to dock lambs aud dogs' tails,
to oar mark cattle, or to castrate
Clever Young: Marksman.
A feature of tho recent Columbian
prize shooting tournoy at West Pull
man was tho performance of Clarence
E. Long, tho youngest sharpshooter
iu tho world, Bays tho Chicago Her
ald. Ho is 10 years old and weighs
sixty-fiyo jiounds. Two woeks ago
ho carried away one of tho Colum
bian souvenir medals on tho four
teenth shot and iu sovouty-uvo shots
did not make a single miss or zero
score. Tho crowd was enthusiastic
iu admiration of his pluck aud skill
and carried him oif the field on thoir
shoulders. In five shots at tho main
target at 200 yards he hit four times.
Master Clarence, whoso father is
Conductor John E. Long of the
Monon road, living in Lafayette,
lud., began to develop his talent
with a rule about a year ago, learn
ing it from his father, who is a crack
shot. At short range gallery shoot
ing ho has no equal for his age. Ho
indulges in fancy shooting of nil
kinds, such as nipping small disks
from his father's lingers, lighting
parlor matches, aud cutting cards
hold odgowiBo toward him. Ho oven
shoots tho ashes from his father's
iM, Goldberg has just received by
the steamer Australia a sample line
of Gents and Ladies' Shoes, and not
being in the shoo business ho has no
desire to keep thorn in stock. They
will bo sold by tho pair or iu lots to
suit tho buyor AT COST. Coino
1 find look nt thorn.
lovor bridge at Niagara Falls. So
strong is it that tho great galo in
July, in which tho wind reached a
velocity of 110 miles an hour, had
no perceptible effect upon tho struc
ture. It cost $302,000, a largo sura
to invest in an experiment, but the
success of the inventor is bringing
largo returns, aud he is reaping for
tune as well as fame. The company
which controls tho wheel, of which
Captain It. W. Hunt, formerly of
this city, is president, is also "coin
ing money" out of tho invention.
Tho points to which Mr. Ferris
alludes with especial pride are tho
porioction ol tno pinion whool aud
the success of tho tension spoke.
Ho shows that thoro is loss deflec
tion proportionately in tho wheel
thau iu the pinion wheel of the fin
est watch, and this ho believes is
due to tho tension spokes. The ten
sion spoke is loss expensive than tho
stiff spoko, and tho latter could not
have boon used in tho wheol on ac
count of tho groat weight. Air.
Forris thinks tho tension principlo
will come into general uso, and ho
says it would bo feasible to build a
flywhool as largo as his structure
aud use it in ovory da machinery.
Tim largest tension wheel hereto
fore built was in Scotland. But
that was only 85 feet in diameter,
and was used as a water wheel.
Such is the achievement in mecha
nical engineering of a man with only
a dozen years of practical experience
iu his profession. Mr. Forris was
graduated from tho Rensselaer
Polytechnic Institute in 1881, aud
his work since that time has been
largely in connection with tho build
ing of bridgos. That ho has studied
aud thought as woll as worked is
moved by tho famo which now is
his. -Troy Time.
received per "Australia,
LADIES' AN) CHILDREN'S
Sailors' Hats, Choice Flowers aud Feathers
LATEST NOVELTIES IN IUI'BONS,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
MllS. D. GOOD,
Fort Street. Higb-Olass Milliner.
Sans Souci Hotel
First-class accommodation for Touri
and Island guests.
Private Cottages for Families.
Finest Sea Bathing in Honolulu.
T. A. SIMPSON,
Man Chong Restaurant
Formerly "Cosmopolitan," Bethel St.
UNDER tbe above name tho well-know n
eating home formerly called the Co
mopolitan Restaurant has been reopened.
Nice Tables and Everything Clean
Customers well served by polite and at
Single Meals, 25 Cents; Board per Week,
21 Tickets for 84.50.
First-class cooks are ungated and meals
will be served of the best tliu market
ailords, better than ever.
T. M. Kowland, captain of tho
Myrllo baseball team of tho Amateur
League, loft on tho steamer Kiuau
this afternoon for Hawaii to bo em
ployed in tho llilo telephone olllco
as operator. Ho was sent for bv tho
superintendent or the llilo Tele
phone Co. Henry (Jrniio takes his
place as captain of tho Myrtlu team,
For Yokohama Direct !
The Nippon Yiiscn Kaisha's Al Steamer
is duo here about October 'J.'nd, anil will
leave for tho above port on
Monday, Oct. 30, 1893
For further particulars ruiniiiliiii;
Freight or l'lungo, apply to
"WM. G-. IRWIN &c CO., LTD
Audits Nippon Yiiseu Kalslia,
l'unulibowl Rtreet. near Mormon
UAH loll HAM! AM. KINim (II'
PLANTS and FLOWERS
Al.l, OUDKKH ATTENDED TO.
MBS. 0UNIIA, Proprietress.
rrWlE WEEKLY IIULLHTIN-VS COI
JL uiiiliu of luteroHtliiK HufmIIiik Miitr.
liUnd'.H' imllwl tn forwlt'o coiihIiImu ft,
Saturday, Oct. 7, 1893.
With the resources provided
Hawaii by nature, (and by such
resources we mean the fine
quality of building stone), a
lighthouse could be construc
ted on the point where the
Miowcra struck so that such
accidents would be of the past
and sea captains would not
have the hours of anxiety that
make young men old. If it be
necessary to have a lighthouse
halfway between the entrance
to the channel and the dock let
the old one remain where it is,
but that fact should not prevent
the erection of a new one, the
expense of maintenance would
be light compared with advan
tages to all seafaring men. If
the government had a million
dollar reserve fund it might
copy New York City in its ex
penditures after the fashion of
the Bartholdi Statue and make
one of some prominent poli
tician and call it "Blank En
lightening his Constituents"
instead of "Liberty Enlighten
ing the World." This would
be too extravagant tor this little
government, and we would
suggest a plain stone light
house painted with Hendry's
Ready Mixed Paints, that are
guaranteed to withstand the
semitropical storms which we
sometimes experience in Ha
The long-looked for Pfluger
arrived on Friday and with it
there came to us fence wire
both black aud galvanized, m
No. 5 of the former and Nos. 4,
5, 6 and 7 in the galvanized.
For the past few weeks there
has been something of a famine
in the wire market and some
people have been obliged to
delay repairs and improve
ments until now. In connec
tion with the large trade in
wire which we have built up
within the past few months we
have revolutionized fence build
ing on the Hawaiian Islands by
introducing the "Improved
Lock Fence" the-materials for
making which we sell with
the regular wire used in
ordinary fence building. The
economy of a locked fence
sticks out all over it like points
on barbed wire. The expense
of digging post holes and buying
posts is almost entirely dis
pensed with; in the new style,
posts may be put fifty feet
apart and the fence is stronger
than the old style with posts
every five feet. A whole herd
of cattle may run pell mell
against a locked fence and
find themselves sprawling on
its the ground while the fence re
, mains intact. In the matter of
expense, it is cheaper than the
old style for the first building,
and repairs may be made by
one man where the old style
would require two or three.
Quite a number of managers
of plantations are using our
methods of fence building and
the demand will increase with
the arrival of the thousands of
coils of wire, by the "Pfluger."
We've had opinions from
people to whom we sold tons
of salt verifying everything we
said in our advertisement a
week or two ago. It is the
best sold here for any purpose
to which coarse salt may be put.
The advance guard of the
rainy season has made its ap
pearance in the frequent
showers we are having during
the day and night. This means
that animalcula.' from the
hills and valleys on Oahu are
going to breed in the water
and unless the people use
proper care with the water
they will be taken into the
stomach to mingle with other
You mnv boil it, anil wlew it or lo
what you will,
ll'it Hi wriggling Imccili will hung
'round ii still,
and the only way to get rid of
the things and have absolutely
pure drinking water, whether
city or artesian, is to use an
"Improved Natural Stone
Filter." We have them in
various sizes from a gallon up
to six or eight and the size
governs the price.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner "Fort Be Hotel Btreote,
Grand Sale !
Grand Sale I
Embroideries, : Lace : Veilings,
Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A LARGE LINE OF-
Ladies' Blouses and Waists, Kid Gloves
Will be offered at a (SHE AT SACRIFICE in order
to make room for
: Xm&B and Holiday Goods :
"Whk-h have arrived by the "Transit."
1)0 NOT MISS THIS CHANCE!
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
The Best Manila Cigar, in the Market.
A FRESIT CONSECrtfMENT JUST TO HAND AND
FOR SALE IN
LOTS TO STJIT!
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID
EEOLLISTER & CO.,
Druggists and Tobacconists,
SJP.3 "F'O.Tt Streot,
Ho-nol-alia, EC. I.
100 Doz. Four-in-liands
Wortli 50 Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortlx 75 Oen-ts.
Hawaii, Hardware Co., I.'il
0iOxltn Hirco'il'lb' Uluilb,
W7 FORT STItlfllflT.
E6L0AN & SON.