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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pkdyed to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, NOV. 2, 1893.
Ituv. S. E. Bishop declares hu is
not the eorrosponilont of tho San
Francisco Chronicle, and had noth
ing to do with tho letter for which
the liolonuia has got into trouble
with Mr. llobrou. Hi denial is
What appears to bo a composite
portrait of Kit Carson, Buffalo Hill
and Governor Chapleau of Quebec
ia givou in tho Star with Hubert
LouiB Stevenson's name under it. It
was rather cowardly for tho Star to
reserve publication of this pictorial
libel ou the great author until after
he had got well to sea ou his voyage
back home to Samoa. After tho
Star's gibe at an alleged portrait of
the same man in the Advertiser, our
evening contemporary might hao
been expected to watch its own
"boiler plate" more carefully.
REPAIRING A WRONG.
It is rumored that Dr. J. Mott
Smith, whohe early arrival from Bos
ton with his family is heralded, is to
be the new P. G. Minister of Foreign
Affairs, when that office shall have
been separated from that of Presi
dent. This would be one way of
making up to Dr. Smith for his
bummary bundling out of the Mis
sion to Washington, when the dicta-tor-iu-chief
Thurston wanted to bo
Minister himself. The doctor had
been accused, without his offering a
denial, of annexationist intrigues at
Washington at the same time that
Mr. Thurston was protesting for
himself before heaven and Hawaii
his undyiug devotion to indepen
dence under the monarchy. Yet
when his greatness tho young man
terrible had put himself at tho front
of the Stevens conspiracy, anil chose
the Washington- Mission as tho re
ward of his treachery, a pretext was
found for humiliating the good
doctor in his having shown ordinary
courtesy and gallantry toward Prin
cess Kaiulaui at Washington. At
the time he committed this grave
offense against the revolutionary
junta, ho held the commission of tho
Crown oT Hawaii and until other
wise commissioned could hardly do
otherwise than recognise the con
stitutional heir to that Crown.
However, his place being wanted
well-reputed annexationist though
he was the finding of a protot wa-
a simple matter for the authors and,
a little later, the breakers of the
MORTALITY IN OCTOBER.
There were more deaths iu tho
district of Honolulu iu October than
in any corresponding month for five
years past inclusive. The excels is
not significant except in compaiison
with October, 181)0, and is porhap
no excess at all iu proportion to
population. Still, in view of tho
fact that the past mouth has been
of exceptionally salubrious weather
for the season, and the further cir
cumstauce of an absence of epidemic
sickness such as had been prevalent,
off and on, for several years, it
would not have been unreasonable
to expect an actual decrease. There
ia one item in tho report, however,
which is exceedingly disappointing
in presence of a "new broom" in the
care of the public health. That is
the very large proportion of "un
attended" cases, those that had not
the chance of prevention by the in
tervention of medical skill. This U
a matter upou which we have harp
ed for many years, and which wo
cannot admit is unamenable to radi
cal improvement. Instead, it seems
to be growing more a subject of
animadversion. Twenty-five percent
of the deaths being of cases that had
not the attendance of physicians,
as the record for October sets forth,
is an exhibit that would seem to
evince undue laxity of surveillance
of tho public health by tho Board
of Health, It is certainly a mat
ter for serious inquiry with a
view to improvement on the part
of the Board. On the othoi
hand, infantile mortality appears to
be less extensive than iu main
monthly reports commented upon
in the past. This is a reassuring
feature which it is to bo hoped will
be more pronounced in the future.
Another phase of tho report to be
noted with profound gratification is
tho falling off iu the comparative
mortality of HawaiiauH. For a long
time past, if not since statistics be
gan to be kept, the death rate among
JJawalianB has been above that of
tho annual death rate per thousand
of tho whole population. In the
past muiitk'H report it will bo onen
that tho Hawaiian deaths are below
the annual rate. They aro below
both those of Asiatics and of all
othor nationalities, This is rather
against the information so long
paraded to tho world, that tho Ha
wuilnu race i "rapidly" dying out.
Tl is n showing Unit adds zest to tho
uxpectnnt iutorost over tho forth
coming artielo by Mr, A, Murqnos in
tho Journal of tho Polynesian
Suuiuty on that vorv subject.
Regular Gonornl Session of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
This afternoon the weekly session
of the liXoi'titixo and Advisory
Councils was called to order at 1:30
by President Dole, with whom were
present: Ministois King, Damon
and Smith; Councillors Hatch, Al
len, Waterhouso, Eua, Brown, Ton
no, Young, Not t, Hollo and Men
douca. Dr. Kodgers, Mcrutaiy, lead the
minutes of previous meeting.
Minister Smith presented a peti
tion for pardon from Hasigawa, a
prisoner in Oahu Jail, who was sent
enced for assault at Koloa, Kauai,
ou Nov. 1!), lb'Jl, to itnpiisoninont
two j ears and with a lino or szOU
and Vl costs. Ho had served two
years and was now working out his
line, but was in poor health and
likely not to live- long, so wanted to
go home to Japan to die. Referred
to Judiciary Committee-.
Ministur Smith reported a resolu
tion from the Executive Council,
authorizing an increase in tho salary
ol P. P. Hastings, secretary of Lega
tion, Washington, from 500 a mouth
to 351), dating from Juno 1, lbi)3.
The executive had ascertained that
Mr. HantiiiL's' salarv was hardly ade
quate to his necessities. Tho execu
tive had been much gratified at tho
course pursued by the secretary and
charge d'atlanes. He was always at
his post and had done valuable work
for tho Government. The salaiy
would come out of Provisional Gov
ernment expenses. Minister Thurs-to'-
salary was provided in tho ap
propriation bill, vyhile Prof. Alexan
der was only leceiviug his salary as
head of the Government Survey.
It was not without a precedent that
there should be a functionary bo
lide the Minister at Washington
while important negotiations were
ponding. This was the case when
tho late Minister Carter was work
ing for a renewal of the reciprocity
On motion of Mr. Waterhouse the
resolution was adopted.
Minister Damon presented the
weekly financial statement a- fol
lows. I'i.na.nu vl SrvrhMtr mn rut When
111IS(. NuVhMlltU 1, ls'M.
Current account b.iltuice Oct.
Ki'gi-u y Olliee
-.ili uf ftuieriimuit llomU
11, UH M
Til j 00
$ l!ll, Vie )
Civil list, ete.,
.1,1 .US 75
lll.i 30 J
1,70 i 05
Department FurWcii AIImits
fe.ilurics mid ine.
Board of Health
Hon. tire Deiiartnx in
Ililo File Department
I 1 1 r i-a 1 1 of Mirvwy. .
llojji-tij of Com uj unci".
Ilure.iu of I'ulilie Woikx
lioads and lirlilgus, i;en'l
(jii.iriiiitiuu Pi-ensul Am
inula .. .. .
fa.ilani's and ine..
I'ouil taxci to-pecial deuodil
School tales "
Bureau of Public Instruction
Attorney -General'" Dept
Ounl. Expenses Prov. liovi.
n.p(. Hies placing loan '0')
$ llll,0.'i 10
Out-tiindiiu Bonds v;Hi..M0 00
Due P. &. Bank unci P. M. O.
uoles . . TO j, 110 in
lreasiirv uote-s . W.ooo 00
Net indebtedness $d,:.Ql,(310 03
This amount of . . . $ JiM.SIK! "ft
has been advanced from
curient account for im
piovcinents under Loan
Aiioiiul, against which
there Iris bci-n repaid the
amount of .. . 100,000 00
from bund- sold and fta-ing-
Amount due general 'Iieastiry
this date fioni Loan Art -1.3JW 50
1'. h. IH.SK Ml MO,
Notice- of withdiaw.ils maim
ing November, Dicember
and Janu.irj a.',310 00
Cash on hand . 31,f0s is
I'KUVIMtl.MI. OOV l USMl.sr Ml MO.
Expenses Provisional Oovern
uieut to date .... i
Tliis amount covers all expenses includ
ing militar.v and others mil appropriated
b the last U'gi-laiuie.
Mf.Mo l -ll IS lllfclHl'lll.
Outstanding teitiflcatus to re
deem which t hem is a coi
resnoiiding colli deoojit In
tho trensiiiy $ 'J-I.noooo
f'ei tiilcuti's withdrawn fiom
circulation mid depuslttd
for wifi kieping
Postal havings Bank Balanco.f 31,508 is
Uoad Board mini In Treasury 53,-JJs 81
School Board fund In Treasiir) ol.o'il IS
Avallablu cash as above I10.00J 71
$ J10,.rJ is
Minister Damon also read for in
formation -unit' dot ailed liguies of
tho Savings B.mk business, His
aim had been fiom the first of his
incumbency to make ihu bank inde
pendent of ihe tieasiiry. As soon
as possible he would have the surplus
of duposila duvoli-d to tho induction
of tho Postmai-tei (iuueral's notes.
Bevoud that the ilniiHits should
oulv lie used iiiuIim tectum it of the
appropriation bill for public itu
iiioveimmts. (in account of the
Colleclor-Ueui'ial of Customs being
rather new to his olliee, consequent
ly not ijuitu having the run of hi
work, tho quartorly returns of expoits
were somowhat delayed but woro
now ready. Thoro had been an in
crease in ovorything excepting rice.
Honoy had become one- of our ox
ports. Hawaiian honey holds a high
position in tho London market on
account of its purity. Tho pro
ducers had happily not yet got into
tho way of adulterating it.
The financial statement was ac
cepted. Tlio bill iclntiug to the mriikiug
of animals passed second leading.
The bill to extern! tho term of the
franchise of tho Onhu Railway and
Laud Company also passed second
rending, Mi. Kmuiolulli voting
Messrs. .Morgan, Knimoluth and
Suhr had taken their scats since the
There was nothing fmtlier on the
I able. (
President Dole said theio was
some inteiesting correspondence in
the hands of the Executive, which
Mr. Smith had gone out to fetch.
Mi. Drown nkod if it was of a
President Dole answered that somo
of its contents had better not bo
The Councils then went into
Two Aprjellate Court Decisions The
The Supremo Court has decided
against tho appeal of Carl Henoch
against tho jury's veidict disallow
ing his claim against the Hawaiian
In the case of L. Ahlo vs. Tai
Lung, the Supreme Court has order
ed a new trial.
Particulars of these deuisious are
rcierved for want of space to-day.
Judge Cooper is further hearing
Her Majesty Kapiolaui vs. S. V.
Maholona, bill to set aside a pur
ported deed of King Kalakaua for
I rami anil torgorv. U;itcli lor plain
tiff; C. W. Ashford for defendant.
Justice Bickertou gave a part hear
ing this morning to the old jury
waived case of Carl Steinmauu vs.
Wildor's S. S. Co., damages for per
sonal injury and loss of valuables by
the upsetting of a boat at Maalaea
Bay in 1891. Ff earing was begun
two years ago, but from various
causes tho case has hung fire. It is
further continued till to-morrow.
P. Neumann for plaintiff; Hatch for
AN EMPEROR'S BIRTHDAY.
The Jupanoso Residents Will Colo
bruto the Day.
To-morrow, Nov. 3d, being the an
niversary of tho birthday of Matsu
Ililo, Emperor of Japan, the day
will bo generally celebrated by the
loyal residents of tho Mikado iu
Honolulu. Consul General Pugii
will hold a reception at his resi
douce, Nuiianu street, during the
day, the P. G. band being iu attend
ance. At noon a salute of twenty
one guns will be tired by the U. S.
S. Philadelphia. Both war vessels
will, iu addition to the salute, be
decorated with bunting.
In the afternoon a mass meeting
will bo held in tho Buretania street
Armory where speeches will bo made
and refreshments had. Tho Japs
on the sugar plantations, iu tho
outer districts, will suspend work
for tho day, and some have stated
that they will come into town.
Prevention Ia Better
Than cure, and those who aro sub
ject to lheumatisui can pieveut at
tacks by keopiug the blood pure and
free from tho acid which causes tho
disease. You cau rely upou Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a roinod- for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for everv
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
ami other diseases caused by impure
blood. Tt tones ami vilaji.cs tho
Hood's Pills are easy aud gentle
A Swuut Sound.
"Did j'ou advise Howler to culti
vate his voice?"
"Oh, mercy! What for?"
''A raiuproducing machine." Chi
(inin I uter-On it ii.
Mortuary Keport tor October.
1 to ft
f. to 10
10 to -M
JO to 30
30 to 10
10 to 50
50 to 00
1,0 to 70
I S 3 3
3 'i . 'Z 1
1 ' 3
2 3 1
1 7 1
' U . .
1 ft 1
1 .... 5, -J
1 I t 1
30110 2 1 II ft ft 3 S .7.' 13
I'U1. Ol IIHAIII.
Oastrie I'ever ..
Injury in Brain.
lulluenzn . .
Mum liuiiouu t
Old Ace. . 1
1 ParalvKiA 2
2 Peritonitiu 2
2 1 .Suicide . I
1 Tetanus.. 1
ft I'uKuovMi , 2
i uMi-uivrivi Mosrin.v Moinvinv.
111 Oct., IB'U,
10 (h' IWM,
'(il'I'I.AIIO.N MUM UK.
Aiiuunl death rale per IIM0 per niouili, 27.17
Jlauuliaiu . . .20, IH
All otllers . . . . '.'i.OO
0. II. JlfclMILOU,
Atfint Uourd ol Health.
THE SOUTH AF1U0AN TROUBLE.
Exploror Stanley Says Lobongula Is
Bound to Bo Dofeatuu.
News of tho sil nation in Mashona
lnnd, says a late Loudon despatch,
indicates that unless the Biitish
force is ablo to strike the Mitabelos
quickly tho warfare may last for
Tho South African Company has
partly succeeded in drawing tho
Government into the affair, mas
much us the Uechnnaliind border
police have been ouleied to co-operate.
Henry M. St uley in an interview
savs ho thinks Lobengula will be
forced bv his young bloods into a
coutliet." Lobengula recognizes the
fighting superiority of the British.
Stanley is certain lie will bo defeated
and probably foiced to lleo to the
north of Zambezi.
The fight niav be protracted and
fierce, but can have but one ending.
Stanley adds that Lobengula, after
retreating ueroi the Zambesi, may
establish himself among the Central
African t ribos and endeavor to invade
Nyassa Laud, but in theeud is bound
to bo crushed.
By Jns. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
"B order of the temporary iVilmliiNtratur
of die eMnti- ol I'.'OITKKUi:!.'!, demised,
1 will sell at Public Auction at the resi
dence Pauou Valley,
ON FRIDAY, NOV. 3rd
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
the entile llou-ehold Kumltiire, coin
prising: WESTERMEYER : PIANO!
in good order.
Black Walnut Center Txblu,
Cloved 11 W Parlor Set, Leather I'pliol-
stered, .')-Light Clinii'lulior.
Large Bevelled Mirror,
Larg Center Hug, Lounge.
Large B. W. Wardrobe
11 W Cliitloniei, Koa Bedsteads,
I Household Sowing Machine,
B W Intension Dining Tuble,
B W Dining Chairs, B W Sideboard,
Ilefrigerator, Meat Safe,
Croekerv and (Ila-swiire,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
1 HALL'S SAFE
1 Kull Set HAWAIIAN IMHINS,
South hea Armor and Spear,
One Carriage Mare !
well broken; a safe driving animal.
ALSO 'J COLIS, anil tho 1-ycar old
bin- the celebrated Kiuluckv stallion
"Hi !y rhoinhlll;" dim Viola.
I HOIibrJ, broken to saddle and lrune-s.
1 TOP1 BUGGY
'1 Sets Single Harness, etc., olc.
Premises onen for inspection ou
II u its DA v, kov. zim.
Jas. F1. 3yEorga,n,
AUCTION SALE OF
I am directed to -til .it Public Auction at
On TUESDAY, Nov. 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1'or acwmnt of whom It may concern-
10 Shares of Stock in the Woodlawn
Fruit Company, Limited.
Jaa. F. IVEorga-n,
LOOK OUT FOR
After the Arrival of
mr A RIUi Treat In Prospect for
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikikl. : . Honolulu.
October 27th, 181)3.
If (layout desire such old-fashioned
thiniis ushrilii scenery, quiet, pure air,
,S1 i7(r sea water, youdjoud, and heavenly
-''-' sttnsits humj out beore his eyes eiery
I eleniii'J "l''r 'he Pacific and the distant
'n'TiZTHT., I hilh uf Wuiunae, I recommend him cor
."'"' i diully'to the "Sans Suiwl."
luututr wis xn:vi:xs.
WAUJMIOOM HTEWAKI) TOR U. H.
B. AJuiuu. Apply at Uom Luudlug
hi d o'clock u. m,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., I.'il
Saturday, Oct. 28, 189S.
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 bellum days. The
Hawaiian question is insigni
ficant compared with the im
portance of settling forever
the differences among the
silver anu 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 men 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
United 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 btays 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 Ready
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
reaily for irrigating or plant
ing. Wherever the Hendry
Breaker is you will soon find a
Hendry Double Furrow plow.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OpiMirHi; H.reukul' llluuk,
H07 PORT HTKIflUT.
Ooi'nor port 8c
I BEG TO INFORM THE- PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great - Many - Specialties
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
AT COc, OEc. tuil OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk'
IN ALL COLOHS
-A.W CO CElT'Ti
Extra Yalue in Boys' Waists!
WH ITB AND OOI.OUKD. '
llU HFIY UOZhM
Flavette Boys' Waists
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
KVKKY PAIR WAKUAKTKD
jijs: mi. co.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
.&.T gsi. eo -a.
PLEASE ALSO HE.MKMBEH THAT I CARRY A
IlZELG-IE -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
WHICH 1 AM
wsr I IN"VITEJ INSPECTION twi
. -Ej xi
Coruor Fort and Hotel Sts.,
The Best Manila
A FRESH CONSIGNMENT JUST TO HAND AND
FOR SALE IN
LOTS TO STJIT!
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID
HOLLISTER Sc CO.,
Druggists and Tobacconists,
SS3 TTort Street, ... Honolulu, H. T.
LCTVEJTOY &, GO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOR THE BALK OF
C. Carjy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Maya VUy.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cal., U. 8. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Anwrica's Finest Production, Hlch and Mellow,
Spruunco, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Reliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
-The Prince of Summer Drinks,
I'lio.o lioo.U are (luarnitteod
ul At Very Rimwuutilu l'rlc.
Mctcal TeLKruoNE 803-
NKW NOVKWIKS IN
100 Poz, While Hemstitched at Bo.
200 Viol. Colored JJomereil at fc.
KXTHA VALUE IN
I Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1.00 Comet rim't Itu beat.
spiral low Irh.ks
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AMI Mll.l. LINE Ol
House Furnishing Goods
1 am offering at BED KOOK PRICKS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
O TJ !R, T -A. 1 3ST s
PRICES LOWER THAN EVKR.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
&.T G C CSB&T'TfB.
- t"C Xi X CjJ xi ,
.... Honolulu, H. I.
Cigar in the Market.
Klrtt.uluaa Iu nvorv myueot uiiJ um itTnr.(,1 fur
Post OrriuK Uox 187