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THE DAILY BULLETIN. I LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Fatablished fur the. Benefit of Alt.
HUD AY, OCT. 27, 181)3.
THE PEOPLE TO DECIDE.
On another pao of this paper
will bo found a tulcgram from
Washington, which status that .Min
ister Blount has rccominuuricil that
tho question of restoration of the
monarchy shall bo loft to the Ha
waiian electorate. It also hints that
tho strong arm of tho United States
will bo employed if necessary to ef
fectuate tho wishes of tho Hawaiian
people in tho matter. This would
only bo carrying out a niucli-quoled
principle of tho Declaration of Inde
pendence, which was violated by the
tin-Ainurioau alliance of Minister Ste
vens anu tno Boston's troops witn a
band of revolutionists here last
January. There is no doubt, from
the surly tone of tho telegram, that
it is from an annexationist source.
Its opening sentence belies hist on
even in theso very islands. An eye
witness of tho event, and one of the
lato King Kalakaua'sstrongsupport
rs, reminds us that Admiral Sker
rett, who is now here, as commander
of tho United States naval forces
in conjunction with Captain Bolk
uap, put Kalaknua on the throne.
Among the local leaders of the
movement wore the present Chief
Justice and the late S. G. Wilder
and 11. A. l Carter, who later
reaped tho full reward of their sup
port. A later instance in contradic
tion of tho Washington correspon
dent's preface to his news is where
tho United StatOb took a prominent
part in restoring tho present King
Maliotoa of Samoa to his throne.
It may bo mentioned that tho news
about a vote is continued by a pri
vate letter received in Honolulu
from a Republican Senator who is
in favor of annexation.
(Continued from hi Pttge.)
THE DEADLOCK 0KII SUATIt.
There is no doubt felt at. Washing
ton that the teport is substantially
correct of a compromise on tho sil
ver question having been agreed to
by Democratic Senators. It is stated
explicitly that a measure is in course
of preparation at t ho hands of tho
Democratic steering committee, tho
main conditions of which have boon
agreed upon by tho ontiro Demo
cratic side. This bill removes the
date for lepeal of tho Sherman law
until Jan. I or July I, 181)5; it re
tires treasury notes below Sit); it
coins tuu$rl,t)lX),O0() of silver seigni
orage now on hand, and it makes
the purchase of t,rt)l,0(K) ounces of
silvern month mandatory.
A Washington despatch to tho
Daih America says: Secretary of
State Urosham said to-night, "after
returning from a isit to the White
House, that no compromise had
been agreed to by tho Administra
tion. 'Clio Secretary said tho Ad
ministration had in nowise changed
its position, lie would nay, though,
that tho President was opposed to
Senator (ionium's scheme of bring
insr about unconditional repeal.
The House is to take up the bank
ruptcy bill and continue its con
sideration until it is disposed of.
A XU'IOSU. OARI.M.
Women at the World's Fair are
agitated over the question of a na
tional llowor. It i deemed hopeless
to get a choice of a single ilowor, as
each section has its favorite llowor.
Therefore the idea is catching that
when all the States and Territories
have voted, the flowers chosen shall
1)0 woven into a garland to bo made
, ciiw. rou orifii.
men m a boat
from the S. S, Itio do
was parsing out the
Thev were observed
Janeiro as she
by a revenue
HOMICIDE AT THE PALI.
Deuth of a Chinaman from Injuries
in a Quarrel.
A Chinaman named Lo Kwai had
an encounter with Von Berg who
lends the water near the Halfway
House yesterday afternoon at the
Pali, which resulted in his death
lust night. Lo lCwai, who was ail
iug, was coming into town from
Koolau with a companion for medi
cal treatment. When near tho sum
mit there was some disagreement
between him and Von Berg over the
right of way, and tho latter struck
him, as ho claims, in solf-dofense.
Lo Kwai reported at tho Police Sta
tion and Von Borg was sent for.
Von Berg on arrival slated that the
Chinaman had struck him first. Dr.
Cooper examined the Chinaman and
folind that he had tailored severe
injuries, and ordered him taken to
tho Hospital. Tho injuries received
added to his ill health canned his
death last night.
Deputy Marshal Brown is holding
an inquest this afternoon.
UGLY ACCIDENT TO A JAP.
He Gots a Pickaxe Driven Into
A number of Japanese in tho em
ploy of tho Hawaiian Tramways Co.
were engaged all day yesterday dig
ging up tho rails on tho lower end
of Alakea street. Shortly boforo o
o'clock twox)f the Japs were work
ing so closely to each othor that the
piekuxo in tho hands of one of the
men descending struck tho other on
tho loft side of the spine, tearing its
way in a deep and ragged wound.
The mau fell and was assisted by hi
fellow workmen to his home, where
medical aid was summoned. The
Jap will bo confined to his bed for
some time, as it is believed his kid
neys aro injured.
Captain McDowall did not make
any effort to raise tho stranded Mio
wora this morning on account of his
gear not being in position, lie will,
however, try to lift her at bYJO
o'clock to-morrow morning, and ho
is quite coniidout that ho will suc
ceed. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS,;
Tho San Krancisco Chronicle con
tains a large picture of tho Mio
went as she appeared on the coral
reef, while tho Call has viown of the
tugging by tho Adams, Aikoku
Mam, Hawaii, etc.
While Capt. Patterson of the har
bor police was conferring with Capt.
Wayward of tho Mariposa about a
stowaway who arrived on Hie Mari
posa, the stowaway gave tho ollicer
the slip and vanished into the un
known. Nothing is heard this mail of Min
ister Willis. Coiihiil-Guueral Mills
believes some of his mail has mis
carried. Diplomatic and consular
representatives aro allowed thitty
days in tho United States after in
eeiving their uoiiiuiissioiiM. The
Minister must bo detained either for
MislruutioiiH or on account of Ids
wife's health lately reported us not
If out I,
tug on the watch for such a per
formance and pursued. As they re
fused tocomoto.ashot was fi rod from
the tug, which caused the smugglers
to throw the bags into tho sea. At
last accounts oH'orls to recover the
stuff with grappling irons had not
The monument in commemora
tion of the battle of Trenton was
unveiled with an imposing military
display in presence of a largo crowd
at Trenton, X. J., yesterday. The
monument stands lf0 foot above
street level, its principal feature
being a largo bronze statue of Wash
ington. Tho Harvard University's meteo
rological station has been success
fully established on tho Volcano
Misti, near Arequipa, 1'eru, at an
elevation of 19,000 feet. It is equip
ped with modern instruments.
A father, son and daughter, named
Slerabloch, of Hampden, 0., wore
found asphyxiated in a hotel near
the World's Fair. It is supposed
they blew out the gas.
An effort of the fast mare Alix at
Kacino, Wis., to boat tho Maud S.
record of '2:0Hj in a high-wheeled
sulk j", failed.
The court of inquiry at Vallejo, to
investigate chaiges and counter
charges betweon Major Henry A.
Barilelt and Capt. Cochrane nent its
report to Secretary Herbert, on
which ho has found sufficient
grounds to restore Capt. Cochrane
Mrs. Colo of San Diego, who lost
tho entire skin of hor left arm by a
gasoline stove explosion, has under
gone a skin-grafting operation, forty
Irionds generously contributing
pieces of their skins for the pur
Dr. West of San Francisco, charged
with the murder of Addie Gilmour,
i denied Mail.
A powder hoii'-o at Fiesno, Cal.,
exploded, doing damage for miles
around. Strange to say, nobody
seems to hao boon seriously injured.
Justice Brown of the United States
Supremo Court, while trying to close
a window, was struck by a piece of
plate glass in tho right temple, cut
ting a severe gash and severing an
artery. But for prompt medical at
tendance ho would have bled to
Another hunicane swept the Fast
em States on the Btt.h, but no ex
tensive damage or loss of life is re
ported. Tyrrell is undergoing preliminary
trial in San Fianoisco for tho late
Tho steamer Newborn has gone
aground a few miles north of the
San Pedro lighthouse. Passengers
were safely landed. Tho ship broke
in two, She was built at Brooklyn
in lSti;j, and was one of the Govern
ment transports during tho rebel
lion. Tho American Fxnress Co. has
lost J50,0l)() entrusted to it to carry
from New York to Now Orleans.
For the first nine months of the
present year the value of imports
exceeded' (hat of exports by S-2,-221,110.
For tho first nine months
of 181)2 the excess was far the other
way, being !?81),201.0!H) of exports
The Mohican from Bohring sea
via Sitka and Vancouver island ar
rived at Port Townsond (Jet. 18, with
five otlicors and seventeen men sick
with thngrip The Mohican put in
to Port Towusojid to repair a broken
Judge Dundy, in the United States
District Court at Omaha, has ap
pointed receivers for the Union
Pucifio Itailroad. The liabilities are
A report is published that Survia,
Gieece and Montenegro, all under
liussiaii influence, have formed an
alliance against Bulgaria. This is
considered a Kussiau triumph and a
decided check on the Dreibuud.
ICiiiperor William has accepted
the resignation of General von Kal
lonhoru Stachou, Minister of War,
which was tendered on account of a
dill'ureiice of opinion regarding the
changes in the cawdry inaiieuvres
projected b) the ICuiperor after wit-noi-Miig
the recent Austrian reviews,
Baron Chluiueki, president of the
Jower house of the Austrian lteletu-
l. 11. McDonald, Jr., vice-president
of tho defunct Pnuiflu bank,
has married a widow named Mrs.
Charlton, formerly Miss l2lsio Bon
dor. Sheriff McDnde is cited to show
cause why ho should not deliver tho
assets of the Pacific bank to II. I.
Willoy tho receiver.
Doolittle of Washington Stato has
introduced a resolution for investi
gating tho Nicaragua Canal.
The McCreary Ohineso bill has
passed the House. Pies'dent Cleve
land is said to bo perfectly satisfied
Mrs. Roscoe Conkling has died of
apoplexy at Utiea, N. V. She was
more than (0 years old.
Yellow fever continues to spread
at Brunswick, Goorgia.
The U. S. S. Bangor's shaft has
been found crooked ou examination.
When straightened tho Banger will
probably bo sent to China.
It is rumored in the Mare Island
navy yard that one of t.ho cruiser
Boston's eight-inch rilles has been
found defective and will bo con
demned. Groat havoc has boon wrought, by
storms on tho lakes. The steamer
Wocoken, bound from Astitabuld to
Duluth, foundered with a loss of l.'l
souls out of tho crew of IG. Many
otner disasters aro reported.
Tho "Soo" road has made a cut of
5(55 for roturu tickets from Missouri
river points to tho Pacific Coast, the
former rate being $80.
Francis P. Egau, oldest son of
Patrick Egan, lato Minister to Chili,
has married a daughter of tho lato
Don Jorgo Bokas, at one time a
member of tho Chilian Senate. Tho
liokas family is very rich.
General Dennis Francis Burke has
died at New York.
Boported yellow fever ou a ship at
Boston is declared not to bo that dis
ease. It is rumored that P. D. Armour,
tho wealthy pork packer of Chicago,
is about to add $3UO,000 to tho equip
ment of tho Armour Institute.
Three Now York policemen loft
thoir posts and with a companion
wont to sleep in a Central Park
building. Alt of them wore over
come with gas, ouly one of tho four,
a policeman, being alivo at last ac
counts and ho in a dying stato.
Illinois Central railroad not earn
ings show an increase of $3S(J,rlu
Tho Pullman Palaco Car Co. clear
ed, above its iJ2 per share quarterly
dividends, over $1,000,000 tho past
Mayor Boody of Brooklyn has
'iven out that ho will uot permit
tho prize light betweon Jim Corbett
and Charley Mitchell to take place
at Couoy Island.
Tho Australian cricketers, who
wore beaten by tho Philadelphia
team, have beaten tho Detroit crick
eters by an inning and 157. Detroit
scored 1-J5 in the two innings.
Tho Now York Synod of Presb'
torians has voted liy a largo major
ity, after a heated debate, that tho
condemnation of Professor Briggs
for heresy by the General Assembly
General Ad'inis, commander of
tho G. A. If., is improving after a
weak spell consequent on a surgical
rath, has resigned. His roasons are
objoctiona to the franchise bill.
Tho Emperor rofusod lo accept his
resignation, and promised a dissolu
tion of parliament if tho bill was
According to tho blue book on
Irish farm laborers just issued, thoir
position is bottor now than at any
Honry Asuuith, Homo Secretary,
says homo rule will not no tauon up
next session, but tho Newcastle pro
gram of reforms will lie carried out.
brazil TO it.vvi: A P. o.
Passengers just arrived at Buonos
Ay res from llio do Janeiro say re
ports of the sinking of the rebel
warship Urano aro unfounded. None
of tho vessels engaged showed dam
age. Bio was reported under firo all
day tho 18th.
Advices from Bio are that tho
revolutionary party will establish n
provisional government at Dotoro.
Advices received in otlicial circles
in Berlin from Apia, Samoa, say that
tho Gorman war ships in those
waters in couiunction with tho Brit
ish ships, have suppressed the recent
disturbances nt Jutilia. Thoro was
no loss of life during tho suppression
of the disturbances and peace is
established throughout tho island.
Tho great Chinese cotton mill at
Shanghai, bolongiug to Viceroy Li
Hung Chang, is burned. Loss -SiiOO,-000;
The Legislature of Bolivia has
passed a bill abolishing slavery. It
is a more form, as tho peons have
boon practically froo for some time.
Tho Australians boat tho Cana
dians at cricket in Toronto by an
inning and 70 runs.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Oct, SJ, 1893.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
By Jas. F. Morgan.
ON MONDAY, OCT. HOth
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At tin- l'.iuiui' Mail Htcumship Co.'s Wharf
I will soil ut I'ubliu Auction for
An'cii'Ni ok Whom it may Cunckhn,
Daiimgeil by '.nil water uiui thtouuli cargo
shifting on voyami of iinnnrtitlion c (iur
iiimu bark ".I. C l'llugur, ' iriini HremiT
liaven: (! (in (liumonil) 7!l" bbls "Oerinnniit"
C (in tlininuii'l) 1-1U ft biU Carboliiieuiii.
Kokalin 118: 1 bhl Lubricating Oil.
H H it Co. 1 j ill urns Kolled I.in-ceil Oil.
T H : S
H H A- Co.
- I drum Oaitor Oil.
LM4, 231, 'i-2.l,'a,
.") bliH Alcohol.
M. Gounod, tho groat composer,
author of the opera "Faust," died
in Paris on October IS. His age was
doubtful but according to himself
was 75. Tho question of giving him
a stato funeral is undecided.
FINANCIAL REFORM FOll ITALY.
Siguor Giolitti, Promier of Italy,
in a late speech declared tho foreign
policy of Italy rested on peaceful
alliances, and the Toulon incident
proved that the desire for peace was
common to all llhiropoaii nations.
This situation would allow Italy to
devote hor efforts to raise herself
from the present economic depres
sion, which was duo to excessive and
unproductive expenditures, invol
ving heavy foreign loans. He said
thoro was a turn for tho bottor in
Italian finances, and described some
of tho proposed reforms.
DEATH Ol' MARSHAL JIAC.J1AUON.
Marshal McMahoii died Oct. 17.
Ho will have a stato funeral. Mar
shal McMahou was born at Sully,
July 13, 1808. Ho was descended
from an Irish family, his ancestors
having loft Englaudartor losing all
for the last of the .Stewart Kings.
Marshal McMahou was famous as a
soldier, statesman and patriot. Ho
succeeded Thiers as president of the
republic in 187!1, resigning, the ollice
UUhllAX Mjl'AIIROX IN FRANCE.
Visits wore exchanged between
Admiral Avellau of tho Russian
squadron and Marshal Onnrobort on
the lllth. In replying to tho Bus
sian commander's greeting the Mar
shal said that the French ollicers in
the Crimea could not restrain the
admiration they felt for Bussian
courage, in tact, it was in tho
Crimea that the French iirst learned
to love and esteem the Bussinus.
The Bussian sailors lunched at
tho Ministry of Foreign Aifairs and
received the usual ovation. Thoro
were tho familiar toasts to Bussia
and Franco, which wore drunk with
In tho evening the President gave
a banquet at the Hotel do Villo, to
the uussiaus. Tlio building was
packed with enthusiastic people
The Toulon authorities propose
lo change the name of the Boule
vard lo Goutior to Bouvelard Avel
lau after the Bussian Admiral, It
is also suggested to change the name
of tho now ironclad to bo launched
on the 271 It either to Tsar or Bussia.
Paris has been in a perfect tumuli
ever since the arrival of tho Bussian
naval visitors. Several persons have
been mobbed for refusing to lakoolf
thoir hats to Bussian visitors, while
others have boon arrested for shout
ing "Down with Bussin,"
Two thousand miners attacked
the Sutton collieries at St. Helens,
Lancaster, yesterday. Thoy drove
away tho mine ollleials, broke the
machines at the pit and split up the
wagons. The police charged, club
bing men right and left. Ten men
were ai rested. Several miners were
severely wounded and several police
J drums Haw I.invced Oil.
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H H A- Go. 17 1 case In pes Wbito Klmmul,
P I'-'UJ Metres.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Oppo. Bethel St.
I.N OHUI'll Til r.KFKl'T A
Before November 30, 1893,
-THK K.NTIKK STOCK OK
Handsome and Artistic Goods
win, iik (im.iu:i m
Reduced Prices !
Come and See for Yourself !
J M. de SA e SIL.VA.
Notice to Tenants!
AJOTKUi IS HKKKJJY (11VKN TO ALL
Xi puri-ons IIvIiik hh k'uuiitHon lands ho
IomhIiik totlic J-Ntuto of tlio Into King Kalii
kaua, us noil us on IuiuIh huloiigini; to Mm
itiiilortiKiiud anil those of David Kuwaua
ualcoa ami .1. Kaluuiniiaolu, fur wh cli ur
rmii'Fiiit.'iits liuvii been liiude between tlieiu
ami Mr. J. I'liakuulu, lliut payiuvuts of
rent must hereafter be iiiuile to me person
ally, Wliiiu making nvmcut it is re
qiifsted tliut tenants brlliu copies nf tlielr
leabus ond the lust rccutpt received by
tliom. It is uls'i tlio wish uf the under
sinned to meet anil confer with tenants on
tlio lirstilay nf ovi-ry month for six muutlis,
lieKinniiig October 1(1, lbUl. uud uudiui:
April 111. lb!) I. '
f& Ollicii ut lloiiuakuliu,
Honolulu, Oet. HI, I8!i:i, s.riU-lin
rplli: .NNl'AI, MRKTINfl OK THK
1 Vw.Nu: Co. will bo lield on MOX
DAY, OftulivrWJ. IAIX at IU A. M ul the
ollli'uof C. o. ItiTijer.
(!. O. IlKltllKH,
Ml ot Huuri'tury.
DUH1MI MY AliHKNl'i; KitOMTJIlS
KiliKdoiu Mr. V, l.inhiiiitu uill hold
my pmver of attorney.
Hoi ulnlil.Oi'l, in, 1KM. NJU w
'TDK WKKKIiY Jlllbl.K'riN-A) COL
1 uiuusuf liiterentliiK KeadliiK Nutler
UImhIm (4 nmllpil to fomliMi niniiitrlM,ft,
This is the season for south
erly winds and with them usu
ally comes more or less sick
ness of one sort or other, gen
erally fevers. Just why this
should be the medical and
scientific men know, we do
not. The doctors prescribe
the cures and the scientists
the preventatives; if you be
lieve in the old saying that
"an ounce of prevention is
worth a pound of cure," you
will prefer a closer touch with
men who give you that which
keeps sickness away to those
who give you unpleasant things
to swallow after disease has
taken hold of you.
Several years trial of the
Ozonator has convinced the
people of the United States
that it 'is the best and least
offensive of any of the hun
dreds of compounds sold for
the purpose. During the cho
lera scare in New York a year
ago thousands of these little
contrivances were sold and the
terrible disease was kept off.
We got a couple of dozen at
the time and sold them to peo
ple who use them in different
parts of the house and say they
keep the atmosphere of the
rooms always fresh. We re
ceived a lot of new ones last
week and if you wish to reduce
the dangers of sickness to the
smallest atom it would be well
for you to order your Ozona
Last week we had an order
from one plantation for the
wire and materials for build
ing five miles of Locked Fence
and the order did not come to
us until the manager had care
fully calculated the difference
in tlie cost between tne old
style and the new. That the
locked fence will be adopted
by the plantation managers
there is no doubt once they
realize that a stronger and
better support is cheaper at
6c. than the conventional red
wood post at 1 8c. Work it
out from this: your posts in a
locked fence may be set fifty
feet apart, between posts, and
at a distance of six feet are
the spring wire stays which
cost 6c. each, fastened to the
wire with patent washers at
15c. a pound and weighing 28
pounds to the 1000. Calcu
late also the time required to
dig post holes and in taking
up the slack. With the new
style there are fewer posts to
dig and the arrangement for
fitting- the stays and washers
takes up every particle of
slack and leaves the wire as
taut as a miser's purse strings.
We will be pleased to answer
all inquiries regarding this
fence either in person or by
letter. A sample in the rear
of our store will convince the
most skeptical of its superio
rity. We sold some "Aloha" Mats
last week to people who wish
to convey to their friends the
idea that the latch strings to
their homes usually hang out
side. These goods are . not
put together cheaply for the
purpose of selling at the low
price we ask for them, but are
really of a fiue quality, the best
that England can produce.
After our advertisement last
week was set up we opened a
dozen cases of fine Bird and
Parrot Cages. They are of
the best quality with all im
provements whereby the dan
ger of losing the bird is mate
rially reduced. The Parrot
cages are of tin, well put to
gether with safety wire floor,
so that they may be cleaned
without risk of the bird flying
off. They are in various
shapes; square, oblong and
round, and the bird that won't
whistle "After the Hall" when
it gets inside of it is no use.
A year ago we boomed the
Hendry Breaking Plow to an
extent that brought it to the
attention of plantation man
agers until it is now recog
nized as the only good breaker
on the market.
Oornor Iort Sc I-Iotol Streets.
Grand Sale !
Embroideries, : Lace : Veilings,
Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gentlemen.
-A LARUE LINE OF-
Ladies' Blouses and Waists, Kid Gloves
Will be offered at a (IKE AT SACRIFICE in order
lo make room for
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AVlm-h have arrived by the ''Transit."
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