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THE DULY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the Benefit of Alt.
TUKSDAY, OCT. HI, 1893.
Purlmps 1'rivntu G. V. Fauuuf of
Co. E, who iu tho Star dofunds his
uhootiug cm thu uight ol tho pnrailu,
will favor tho igaoraut public with
uioro light on military discipline.
His explanation already givon is not
quito satisfactory, ocopt to himsolf
iu showing that anothor houtry tool;
ouo of tho shots. Docs ho moau to
say that tho orders are for boutrios
to ehallongo people going by who
do not attempt to enter tho guarded
territory? If so, tho soutrios should
bo popping off bullots all tho time,
and the absence of such a continu
ous fusillade would indicate (hat
they aro slooping ou thoir posts.
Two days before tho Warriinoo
left Sydney, tho cable between
Bundaborg, Queensland, and Go
nion, Now Caledonia, was iu working
order. Tho Paris Figaro chuckles
over tho consummation, sayiug it
strikes a blow at England's suprem
acy in tho matter of making and
laying cables. New South Wales
joins with Queensland iu subsidising
this French cable. From tho re
mark of Mr. Huddart reported in
this paper, it is likely that tho
Btrandiug of the Miowora will load
to a strong movement, in British
commercial marine circles, for a
cable from Australia to North America.
Now South Wales early this month
placed a new 4. percent loan of 2,
500,000 on tho Loudon market.
Nearly three times tho amount was
ubscribed, one tender being for a
million pounds and two others for
89,000 each. The loan was issued
at above par and was quoted on the
London Stock Exchange at a pre
mium of '2 os. This successful re
sult is taken in Sydney as au evi
dence of a much improved feeling
between England and the Colonies.
It is fortunate for the promoters
that the Honolulu Star's recent arti
cle predicting au Australian declara
tion of independence had not reach
ed Loudon before the attempt to
float the loan was made!
first sight hero to have been castoHs
of some English tramway wore
taken hot from thu rolling mills to
tho point of shipment for Honolulu.
They aro the stylo of rails adopted
a few j ears ago in Boston as otter
ing the leat obstruction to general
tratlic, and tho saino as aro unher
sally in ut.o ou some of the liuest
street car lines of Australia. As
to the sweeping condemnation
by comparison with tho street
car systems of other cities, which
our local conteinporaiies have utter
ed, we have no hesitation in declar
ing that it is altogether unjust. In
point of regular!!' of running the
Honolulu cars bear comparison with
the best, at least of a few ears ago,
in cities of lio or sis times the popu
lation abroad. When the distance
between the suilchos is considered,
!ho regularity is highly commend
able. If tho editors of our contem
poraries desire to test this, lot them
sot their watches back a minute or
two and see, in any ion trips they
try to catch a car, how of ton iho
will bo left ou the schedule time.
One minute tardy would certainly
lose them seven trips out of ten, and
two minutes they would hardly
secure one car ride in a week. There
is less running oil" the track than
the aerage of stieet car tratlic. The
cars aro iu as good condition as
those oft lie minor routes in groat
cities, which aro tho only ones that
should be compared with ours. It
should bo remembered that wo have
only had our street car system com
pleted four ears ago, and it took a
long while to gain tho patronage of
a largo class that owned its own car
nages, jiaoii now tno cars run iigui
tho greater part of tho day, espe
cially the intermediate local cars.
While we should like to see electric
motors with a more frequent service,
wo lopenl that there is no occasion
for a rush about it. This paper ad
vocated electricity first of any and
still believes in having it as soon us
tho a is clear. But we oppose all
attempts at dragooning the company
into a change in its own business
which by premature adoption might
Only tho opponents of the annex
ation conspiracy can afford to iu-
dulgo iu composure pending the
decision of the United States. Mr.
Emmeluth of tho P. O. advisory
branch is threatening tho executive
branch with "results" and his le
fractory colleagues with "reiloctious"
if the Annexation Club's decrees of
conscription and disposal of offices
are not carried out. On top of the
imminent danger of precipitation of
such a crisis comes tho revelation of
a boodle halo around the Star, which
has proed the sign of a stoim rag
ing just on the horizon of internal
affairs. To those on tho inside tho
situation shows each to his accom
plices as being in tho movement for
what he can make out of it, while
to the loyalist spectators tho cur
tain has risen on the scene they
knew was coming tho whole cave
of robbers iu a squabble over tho
division of plunder.
HONOLULU STREET CARS.
Our young contemporary would
do well to restrain its effusiveness
on matters of local enterprise until
it has learned something of the past
history of each particular subject.
The Bulletin took a loading part in
agitating for street cars before they
were obtained. It defended tho
company when building the lines,
against various ungrounded objec
tions to the material and method of
construction. Yet the Bulletin was
bIbo the first to intervene and pre
vent a system of fares on King
street, by which double rates had
begun to be charged within the
single rate limits of the company's
franchise. On other occasions this
paper has taken the part of the
public against the company, and
has never assumed iu any way to bo
the particular champion of the com
pany. At the same time the Bul
letin has frequently protested
against tho malicious campaigns of
detraction, carried ou from time to
time by irresponsible reporters who
in some way had a free hand in
other journals, whereby tho tram
ways wore libeled as if they were
the most crazily constructed and
carelessly operated system of tho
kind in tho world. It is Bafe to say
that there is not a bettor laid streot
railway track anywhere than that of
the Hawaiian Tramways Co. Tho
only defects that interfere with its
durability, or make it interfere with
the Bafoty of other traffic, aro due
wholly to tho antediluvian btylo of
street-making hitherto mostly in
voguo hero, That track !b indeed
tho solo specimen of modern high
class street construction to bo found
here. It is laid in cement on au
even foundation, similar to that pro
vided to-day for tho busis of liit
ulasa paving In Now York. The
rullu that were falsely declared at
THE FIRE SECRETARYSHIP.
Another Candidate to Whom Pro
mises Were Brokon.
Kindly allow me space to state a
fow facts in regard to tho instal
ment of Mr. Manson as seciotary to
the Fire Commissioners.
1 am twenty-two years of age, was
born hero and hao lhed hero all
my life. 1 am also a good member
ol the Annexation Club, and, being
idle, upon tho resignation of thoir
former suoietar 1 immediately sent
in au application, at the same time
seeing .Mr. Gunu about it. Mr.
Uunu informed me that ho would
put in a good word for me, and that
no one would got it who was other
wise employed. Later I met Mr.
Brown, who" told mo to speak to Mr.
Keoeh about it, and that it would
bo all right. .Mr. Keoeh informed
mo that it had been agreed that Mr.
Cutter was to have the place.
Now that Mr. Cutter unit 1 nave
both got "'loft," wo are naturall
asking each other, Who is this Mi.
Manson? How long has ho been
here and where did ho coino from?
What has ho e of done for tho P. G.
that their loprofoiitathcs should re
ceive him with open arms and in
stall him iu a position worth S25 a
mouth, whore drawing your pay is
about tho hardest work needed of
I learn, now, that this Mr. Man-
son did not think or sending in au
application, until, after no little
persuasion by ono of tho commis
sioners, ho finally condescended to
I aho learn Mr. Keoeh is going to
resign. J should blame him greatl
if ho did not.
Still Anothor Phtiso in tho Famous
"There's many a slip 'twil tho
cup ami the lip," is a proverb that
is illustrated anew in tho latest
phaso of tho Oaumrinos-Kidwoll liti
gation over a pineapple contract.
An item in our court report yester
day stated that Mr. Kill well had
paid the amount of final judgment,
iuterest and cost", being $l,tuT.2I.
This amount was paid b cheque
drawn on Bishop X Co.'s bank by
loh n Ividwell in favor of "11. Smith
(Clerk of Supreme Court )," anil en
doised: "L to tlio imlor of George
litpiiwus. '(Sinned) Hours' Smith,
Cloik Supreme Court." Iho clerk
ou receiving tho cheque promptly
sent it to Mr. Neumann, attorney
for plaintiff, who in turn i'iit it to
tho bank to bo cashed, lint the
telephone is quicker than tho feet
of incssoiigois, and Mr. Ridwoll had
in tho meantime employed tlio wires
to stop payment of the cheque.
Payment was accordingly refused on
presentation. Mr. Neumann had the
cheque protested by John II, Paly,
uotary public, and filed it endoi bed as
"protested" with tlio protest in tho
Clerk's office. This action was to
clear tho way for au execution ou
the iudemont. which was made out
and in tho hands of the Marshal this
afternoon. The giound of Mr. Kid
well's action was that ho had dis
covered au error iu tho judgment, in
that it was based on a wrong invoico
to show tho value of the pineapples
iu qttostiou. A litigant has six
months in which to lilu a writ of
error after judgment, but Mr. Kid
woll took a short out to tho staying
Iu tno liorso doctoring caso ot
Medeiros vs. Bowler, Judge Cooper
granted motion of plaintiff to ro
opou tlio hearing, and appointed
Nov. 2 at 2 p. in. as tho time. Mr.
Peterson for defendant noted au ex
ception to the ruling of tho Court.
FOR THE MIOWERA'S TRIP.
Substitute Ordered by Telegraph Be
fore Her Plight Was Known.
A Sydney paper of Oct. 18th con
tains "the following paragraph. It
would indicate that the owners of
tho Line aro uot going to allow any
disaster, even the total loss of a
steamer, to stop thoir enterprise:
ulii view of the uncertainty re
garding the arrival of the 11. M. S.
Miowora, Messrs. Burns, Philp &
Co. have wired to the agents of the
lino at Vancouver to at once secure
a steamship to make the voj age to
Australia. Messrs. Burns, Philp A:
Co. aro momentarily expecting an
answer to their cable as to whether
any news has been received at Van
couver of tho Miowora."
By Jns. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
Saturday, Oct. 28, 1893.
llv onlur of tliu tuiiiouiry lniliilstrntor
of tho estate o' l'. Ol'KKHU HI I . iIimi'iiiim ,
I will sell nt l'ulilli! Am lion at tlm te-I-ilcnoo
ON FRIDAY, NOV. ol
AT 111 O'CLOCK A. M.
tin-entire Hoii-uIioM Kiiriilturc, com-
WESTERMEYER : PIANO!
In jjnoil urili-r.
Hlnok Walnut (Ynter Tiililf,
Cn-vcil II V Parlor Set, l.i-ielii-r I'nhol-
ilcrfil, :i-l,lglit Chun lellcr.
Large Uevi'llod Mlirnr,
Lurgii Center ltiitf, Lounge.
Large B. Yf. Wardrobe
H W Chlllimiei, Kti.i llcdsteaiK
1 lloif-ehelil Sew Inn Machine,
11 V Kxlensii'ii Pining Table,
V Dining Chairs H V SliluhiMitl,
Hefrlgirutor, Meat Knfu,
uiouicery iimi Hwiwnrp,
Kitchen Stove anil Utensils,
1 1-IALLS SAFE
1 rull Bet HAWAIIAN VHKNS,
South Sea Armor nml Spear,
1 TOP BTXC3-G8-Y
2 Sets Slnghi Harness, ute., etc.
far Promises niien for Infliction on
TllllUKDAY, Nov. 'Jml.
Jas. aT. Iv0:orga.n,
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
The marine board which held an
inquiry at Newcastle, X. S. V, on
Oct. Hi, regarding tho British bark
Lamoiua, which left that port in
February for Honolulu, has deliver
ed a e"rdict. Their finding was
that when tho Lamorna left that
port she was well found, manned
and thoroughly seaworthy.
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned has just
received a large mid varied
assortment of Hcm-Siitched
and Frintji-d Tea Cloths; also
some exceedingly hundsoine
Sideboard Cloths in dill'erent
lengths, which he invites
his lady cuatoiners to in
To Hie Opening
If You don't
You will Miss it.
ARRIVAL OF THE WABKIMOO.
Smart Passage of the Canadian
Australian Liner From Sydney.
The B. M. S. Warriinoo, It. E.
Aruudoll, coinmaudor, arrived at
10:30 o'clock this morning, l.'i days
from Sydney. The following is tho
memo, of hor voyage: Loft Sydney
on oduesuay, Uct. ihtu, at ir.it p.
in. Slopped at South Solitary at
11:50 a. m. on the 10th to signal;
rounded Walpolo Island at 9:28 a. in.
on Sunday, the 22d. Slopped oil
Kotumah Island at f:li0 p. in. ou
Tuesday, tho 21th. Proceeding again
at G-H0 p. in., stopped oh" Funufuto
lslnud at 1 :1J0 p. in. Wednesday tho
25th, and after the natives had visit
ed the ship proceeded again at 2:15
p. in. Crossed the equator at 1 p.
in. on Thursday tho 2(5th, and arrived
oir Honolulu on Tuesday, Oct. itlst,
at ll:H() a. in. Modeiato to fresh
northerly winds and lino weather
were experienced .to tho equator,
thence to Honolulu fiesh to strong
There is a fair quantity of cargo,
including several hundreds of bales
of wool ami sheop skins for nasi urn
U. S. markets, besides through
freight for ISuropu. Tho Warriinoo
will sail again at o'clock to-morrow
Captain McAithur having resign
ed from tlio cuininatiil ol tno am
moo, Mr. li. E. Aruudoll, formerly
chief olllcur of Ihat vessel, assumed
command. Captain .Mc Arthur is a
passenger on hoaid, homeward
Social and Danco.
The Sons of St. (ji-uign will hae
asocial and dame at K. of P. hall
next Monday owning. Tickets to
admit lady and gentleman, S1.00, foi
sale at Golden Kulu Jiiuuur and Afeli
worth'a barber uhup,
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
October 31, 1893.
Colonial Mall So'vica.
Star Olriiuber Scaro.
A IVrvertiug of History.
They Love America.
Lettui fiom Mri. Oertz.
Politics ami (Joipcl.
Kull Keitort ol Cas-es on Trial.
1'ito visio.VA i. UMitii.A runni
Report ot Session 1'. O. Coiinolla.
tin: MiowmiA '1!i:ck-
Kalluri' to Kloat the Vessel, nml Ar
rival of Cupt. Mtiti-ulf, UnUeiwiItorh'
iV:ir sriiAJisuw u.a-
Claus Siireckuls Negotiating for a Line
Arrival of thu Yacht Tolua.
Ai mated for Libel.
Accident at .Mukuwell.
Vote to lie Taken.
Homicide at tlio 1'itll.
Aiilvul of lliOU Japanese.
Local Nuwh unit (iusblp.
Shipping HeportB, Etc., Kte., Ktc.
i.ATKsr ivitiuax m:w
Home $4. Foreign $5.
We huve just received ex "J.
C. PHuger" nnd "Paul Isenbcrg"
from Bremen, large consign
ments of Rock Salt, especially
adapted for Live Stock, and
which can be had in quantities
to suit, at extremely low prices.
Union Feed Co., Ltd.
faOLK AG i; NTS.
For Yokohama Direct !
Thu Nippon VuEen KuUha'a Al Stuaiuoi
"tin lr t,i Ari i- rx v
THOM I'faUN, Commander;
is due here about October 'ihA, and will
leave for the above port on
Wednesday, Nov. 1, '93
AT 'i O'OLOOK, V. M.
ST"For fiuthur particulars regarding
Freight 01 I'as-iah'O, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'TD
Agents Nippon Ytisen KaUlm,
DRA1T NO. tt3.'l, DRAWN BY Cil'.U.
Armstrong on the Miulstomf Finance
for the euiu of fVi.GO has bi-en lost. Thu
nnder ulii oblige by returning anie to
'llieo. II. Duvies k Co. I'ayiiiuut stopped.
j Jl the ItUV. Mil. IIOWLAN1).
llouiH 10 a. in. to 10 p. in. Thu limit won.
ilurllll III renuerin wiu prusum ugu.
Ladles, if 1.00. Cleiitleuicii, ILUio.
South Const Four and Ucuetama Sk.
A OOOl) l'AVINO HUB1NK8S, WULL
eitab islied and centrally located.
For paitlculau Inquire, of
0. i:. HtnllDMAN,
fciAl lii .'ill) Fort uru't.
ALL IMIHHONH HA VINO CLAIMH
aguiiut Kobort William Holt per
Miniill are ieiUcHtcd to present the tuune
without deluv at the Uillre ot
111UJ0I-; Ai A. J. (UKTWKIOHT.
Honolulu Ane. W. W. H I -1 1
DUIIINO MY AMHU.NCi: I'UO.M TIIIW
Kingdom .Mr. W. I. Milium will hold
my power of uttuiiiuy.
O. W, MAOl'AHLAXE.
Honolulu, Oct. ID, mtiJ. bCO-lw
The condition of national
affairs in the United States is
a greater cause for alarm
among the people there than
is the unsettled condition of
affairs here. What with silver
and anti-silver, repealers and
supporters and the pro's and
con's on the Geary law the
people of the United States
find their pulses beating in the
halls of Congress at a rate
similar to that experienced in
the ante helium days. The
Hawaiian question is insigni
ficant compared with the im
portance of settling forever
the differences among the
silver and anti-silver men.
Selfishness it may be called,
but in this day and generation
people are prone to look out
for their own interests first,
their neighbors' afterward
take a body of mm like the
Congress of United States
with no definite plan of settle
ment, action is necessarily
slow. If, as is stated in a dis
patch to one of the papers,
congress was to adjourn on
the 26th of October the possi
bilities of reaching the Ha
waiian issue before the Decem
ber session is reduced to a
shadow. Mr. Willis may throw
some light on the subject when
he arrives provided he is not
too blunt. As it stands we
must await patiently the ar
rival of the Australia to see
what the law makers of the
Uniteil States have done. In
the meantime take your pencil
and paper and calculate the
cost of building 500 yards of
fence where you use posts
every six or eight feet, and
take from the total the cost of
building the same length by
the use of our patent stays and
washers. The result will prove
to you the economy in adopt
ing new methods of fence
You have another source of
profit to occupy your attention
during the interval until the
arrival of the steamer. An idle
brain is the devil's workshop;
you must have something to
keep your thought factory
going on legitimate lines, get
a color card of Hendry's Read)
Mixed Paints and select the
color you want to use on your
house. Ten gallons of paint
and two or three brushes will
make your home look surprised
We have some beautiful
banquet lamps and if you want
to give your parlor or library a
modern look there is no easier
or better way of accomplishing
it than by selecting an article
of this kind.
You remember the pretty
tumbler you were looking at
in our store? the one with the
engraved bands near the top.
You will remember, also, that
when you came back for them
we had sold all we had in stock.
Last week we received several
hundred dozen of this pattern
together with some very hand
some hock and champagne
glasses. If you want any, now
is a good time to get them.
Our Hendry Double Furrow
plow is making a big hit on
plantations because it is the
only plow of the kind that
leaves the furrow clean and
ready for irrigating or plant
ing. Wherever the Hendry
Breaker is you will soon find a
Hendry Double Furrow plow.
Oornar Fort Be Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT 1 AM
Great Many Specialties
JL.T OUT PRICES!
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
A.1T COc, OGc. o.l-d. OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk
IN ALL CUMINS
.ftP CO CS1TTS,
Extra Value in Boys' Waists
WHITB AND CUL0HKI).
AWO UKTY DOKNS
Flavette Boys' Waists
KKW NOVELTIES IN
100 Iloz. White He.ui9tlte.liPd nt flu.
200 Doz. Colorcil Bordered ut fiu.
KXTKA VALUE IK
Corsets and Corset Waists
My 11.00 Cornet can't bo bent.
SPKOIAL LOW l'HIOKB IN
Victoria Lawn and India Linen
Ladies' Dressed Rid Gloves
KVKKY PAIR WAKKANTEI)
AJX1 3)3.. GO.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
-ft-T iti.eo -A. ?AIE
ffll COO -rt. 330ZE3ST.
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AN'I) A HTM. LINK OF
House Furnishing Goods
I am offering at BED K00K. PlllUKS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
PKICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
.A.T S S OEiTTS.
PLEASE ALSO KEMEMRER THAT I CARRY A
ZDJLIRG-IE -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes !
WHICH I AM T fWTT?T "O'OTTQ THAN ANY
j'KKIXG AT 1jV YT J-KJl. JL JLVLVJLiO
B&- I INVITE TJSTSiPHlOTIOlSr "is
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. L
The Best Manila Cigar in the Market.
A FHESH CONSIGNMENT JUST TO HAND AND
FOR SALE IN
LOTS TO STJITI
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID
Druggists and Tobacconists,
E5S3 TTQ-rt StT-oivt,
Honolvilxx, IK. X.
Hawaiian Hardware Do., L'd
0osHf Hiirt'ukeli' Ulook,
!ll7 FOUT STUIWI1,
LOVBTOY cSo OO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "FoBter Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
l-'OH THE SALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
Pram "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Nujju City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cal., U. S. A.
Dallomanil & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, ltich und Mellow.
Spruunce, Stunley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Reliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks,
Thuaii Uoiiila liri GnimtnLeotl Klr.Ucluo lu uvurv rtiaiieut anil urn nHiir.nl fur
talu nt Very Rvuuouublti I'rlcus. 637-3 tu
Mutual TuLLmo.-o: 303-
-Post Omuw Box 137