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TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the licnefit of All.
FRIDAY, NOV. 3, lS'JH.
Thoro s a hunvy responsibility
devolving on tho Hoard of lluulth,
from tho roportod jirosouoo of diph
theria in Honolulu. It is one of tho
worst scourge? of tho ago.
Beautiful Star logic! Annexation
would mako a boom hero, which
would attract money of capitalist:)
who snatched what thoy had left
from tho wreck of booms in other
parts of tho Uuited Statest That is
the size of its latest annexation
THE TRUE PARALLEL.
There is little stock to be taken in
the assertion frequently made by
tho auuesation papore, that Minister
Blount interfered with tho Japanese
claim for the sutfrage in these isl
ands. Without bettor authority for
the statement than those papers, we
prefer not to beliove it. But if it is
so, it simply knocks the argument
now made by the Star, as the sailors
say, "galley west." That paper holds
that tho United States had a right
to interfere with this sovereign state
in its relations with another power,
but has no right to interfere with
this same sovereign state iu a ques
tion of more intimate relations with
the United States herself. Absur
dity could no further go. There is
no undue interference from another
power against which tho Uuited
States is pledged involved iu tho
Japanese request. It is simply a
claim for the integrity of the treaty
between Japan aud Hawaii, which
provides that Japanese subjects hero
shall have equal privileges with
those of "tho most favored nation."'
Our constitution accords the suff
rage, with certain property qualifica
tions for Noble voters, to male resi
dents excepting Asiatics who can
read and write English or Hawaiian.
The Japanese Government simply
wantB this provision changed, so
that its people, who can otherwise
qualify for the suffrage, shall not
be included among the proscribed
"Asiatics." There is no menace of
Japanese attempted dominauce in
the proposition, and the interference
with it of the United State" would
be tantamount to a denial by that
nation of all lights of Hawaii to
regulate its own aiTairs. There would
be so small a proportion of Japanese
who would obtain tho suffrage hero
fur many years to come, if thoy were
put to-day on tho same footing as
the citizens or subjects of the most
favored nation as promised by
treaty, that no occasion exist? for
a scare over the prospect of
our electorate's being swampod
by tho Japanese vote. Japan's
request to bo taken out of the cate
gory of Asiatics as to the concerns
of civilization is most reasonable, as
her civili.ation has been removed
from tho realm of what iu modern
history is denominated oriental. She
hat adopted the political methods
of occidental civilization, and is
rapidly adapting herself socially to
western customs. If Mr. Blount
laughed and put any official veto on
the negotiations between Japan and
Hawaii, it was probably because be
realized the absurdity of a 'provi
sional" government's discussing per
manent relations with auy nation
except, in this case, that to which it
was trying to barter a stolen coun
try for two cents a pound on its
sugar crop aud a naval station laud
"Whoro tho trial Judge allowed
and gao a request for an instruc
tion in writing and modified it by
an addition thereto, tho addition
boing tnkon down by a stenographer
and thereafter transcribed and filed,
tho statutu (Chap. 50, Laws of 185)2)
was complied with.
"J'art payment on a note made m
an assignee or an assignment by tho
maker of all his pioperty lo realize
upon and distribute among his cre
ditors pro rata, is not a payment
from vvlik'h a new promise of tho
original debtor could bo infeued to
take the note out of the statute of
"Meie acceptance of a pro rata
dhidoud on an asignment for the
benefit of creditors does not imply
an agreement to lelinquish tho resi
due of the debt.
"The deed ot assignment did not
contain an agreement thai the re
ceipt by thocieditor of his propor
tion of tho proceeds of the debtor's
properly should be in full satisfac
tion of the debt and the creditor
made no puunise to that effect:
Held, it was erroneous to instruct
the jury that if the find that tho
acceptance of a smaller sum by the
cieditor was in full satisfaction for
tho note, tlu-y might find for tho
defendant. Tho charge should have
been that there was no evidence of
a release or of any agreement Tor a
release of the claim by tho plaintiff.
"A collateral benefit sueu as the
prompt payment of proceeds of a
debtor's property to his creditors
would bo a valid consideration to
support an agreement for tho relin
quishment of tho lesiduoof tho debt
if such agieemeiil had been made."
C. Y. Ashford for plaintiff; F. M.
Hatch for defendant.
Judge Whiting has rendered judg
ment against Jvaiaikauaha and Po
kolo for 6:571. M and interest .SUM. 18
in favor of the Hawaiian Carriage
Coinpanv. Croightou for plaintiff;
C. Blown for defendant.
In the old case of Jacob Lyons vs.
Joseph llubash aud Mrs. C. liateho-
lor, the last named by her attorney,
C. W. Ashford, files a motion for a
bill of particulars of plaintiff's claim,
to be argued at the November term.
Deputy Maishal A. M. Brown will
conduct the prosecutions at tho
November term, most of the crimi
nal cases being appeals fiom tho
District Com t where ho is tho pro
secutor. Tho fuither heating of Steinmanu
vs. Wildor's S. S. Co. was again put
In P. G. Camariuos vs. John Kid-
vvoil, tho defendant'-! motion for
leheariug before the Supreme Court
was argued and submitted before
the Supremo Court this morning.
Neumann for plaintiff; C. W. Ash-
font foi ttorouitaut-appollant.
Iu tho matter of the e-tato of Ka
nanui, of Honolulu, deceased, Judge
Whiting to-day made older that
letteis of administration issue to
Jas. II. Boyd under S.'iOl) bond. The
estate is valued at SliOo consisting of
cash in the 1'. 13. A: L. Association
aud a hoiueatcad on Liliha street
Tho heirs are tho mother, siator aud
widow of decedent.
J. O. Cat tor's petition for probate
of the will of Charlotte Adams va
docketed Tor hearing to-day. C.
Brown for petitioner; C. W. Ashford
for contestants Annie Phelps aud
iclona lull, daughters, anil Alex.
Gray, grandMUi ol decedent. Ash
ford lilud a protest of Annie Phelps
against tho piobato of tho will,
declaring that it is not, to the best
of her belief, infoimation and advice,
the last will and testament of the
said Chat lotto Adams. As Mr. Ash
ford was engaged before the Su
promo Court, Judge Whiting con
tinued tho hearing until 10 a. in, tomorrow.
ary iu attontivo groups on tho
ground. Whou ho had got through
his discourse, his auditors would
claim tho privilege of talking back.
Practico was vastly more powerful
than precept with these shrewd
Soudanoso. Numbers of tho oarly
converts had fallen away into lax
morals, largely Uuotigh the examplo
set by European traders. Some of
these had been reclaimed by patient
ondeaor. Tho native Christians
enlisted in the mission aro doing
valuable work. Mr. Lewis gave in
teresting incidents of tho difficulties
of getting tho true moaning of tho
scriptures into tho many dialects of
tho Soudan. In olio tow u would bo
found fourteen dialects. The speak
er closed with an eloquent assertion
of the valuable results already at
tained by tho mission to Mm Soudan.
At the conclusion of the program,
Nov. . Mackintosh moved a vote of
thauks to Mr. Lewis, which was
seconded by Mr. Armstrong Smith
and cordially passed by the audi
ence. Refreshments wore then an
nounced, and, over delicious ice
cream aud cake, there was a pleasant
timo of sociable intercourse. It was
generally voted tho best meeting of
tho Association held in a. long timo.
DIPHTHERIA IN TOWN.
Houaos Under Quarantine and a
Public School Dismissed. '
At tho mooting of tho Board of
Health on Wednesday it was report
ed from Dr. McLennan that a fatal
case of diphtheria had occurred on
School street. Tho disease was
brought hero in the family of John
Hapoza, arriving by last trip of the
steamer Kinau. Ouo of liapoza's
children died in a house ou School
street near Kauluwela school, and
tho disease now exists iu two houses
iu that part of tho city. Theso
houses have been put under quaran
tine, and Kauluwela school has been
dismissed until fuither notice.
Itapoa came from Paukaa planta
tion, Hawaii, where tho disease is
prevalent among children. Instruc
tions have been sent to Dr. Williams
to take whatever stops may be neces
sary to prevent the further spread
of tho disease.
At the same time scarlet fever is
reported at Ililo town. Two cases
have appeared iu tho household of
Mr. J. A. Scott, manager of the
Ililo Sugar Co., aud Miss II. C.
Hitchcock, daughter of tho Marshal,
has tho malady. Two epidemic dis
eases in that district at once must
cause tho Board of Health to be
very vigilant iu watching arrivals
By Jas. IT. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
I inn directed tn -oll at Public dilution lit
On TUESDAY, Nov. 7th,
AT 12 O'OI.OOK NOON.
For Hcuount uf whom ft may concern:
10 Shares of Stock In the Woodlawn
Fruit Company, Limited.
Ja-s. F. Morgan,
LOOK OUT FOR
After the Arrival of
SSr A Rich Treat In Project tor
A COTTAOK OF FIVE OK SIX ROOM?.
-fX (My or out-kirts. Item about $10 lur
month. Adilre-s T., Bojw 111.
MAKIKI PUMP STOPS AGAIN.
WARO-KOOM STEWARD I'OH I;. S.
S. AiIuiiih. Apply a) Bum l.uiulliig
ut 8 o'clock u. in.
Succusful Meeting of St. Andrew's
Particulars of Important Decisions
by the Appellate Court Judg
ment for Debt and Interest
Contested Will Case.
The opinion of the Supreme Court,
bv Chief Justice Judd, hah been
rendered unanimously iu favor of
the Hawaiian Government, defend,
aut, against tho appeal of Carl
Henoch. At last Circuit Court torm
a claim of plaintiff for $1022.79 with
interest, being a balance of expendi
ture on account of Portuguese immi
gration incurred under a contract
with tho Government. The jur)
agreeably to tho Court'b instructions
rendered a verdict against tho claim,
and the plaint iff appealed. The
Supremo Court iiovv decides that,
"Tho ovideuco sustaining I ho ver
dict, tho Court refuse to set it abido."
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff; P. Neu
manu of counsel for dofoudunt.
Another decision proparod by the
Chief Justice, aud agreed to ty
both Associates, orders a now trial
in tho case of L. Ahlo vs. Tai Luug.
It is an action of assumpsit to re
cover tho balance duo on a promis
sory note payable ou domaud. made
by Tai Lung Co. in favor of L.
Ahlo for $701.20 dated April 2, IbSi).
The complications oil which tin
euit aroBo originated in tho defend
ont'B bocomiug bankrupt. A jur)
found for tho dofondaut, and an ap
peal was taken by tho plaintiff to
tho Supreme Court. A now trial is
ordered on one exception,' tlmt being
to an instruction of tho Court which
might Imvo mibled tho jury. The
following uro tho luw poiutB sottlod
by tho dooUIou:
On Thursday evening St. Andrew's
Cathedral schoolroom was well-filled
with members aud friends of the
Church Association, the oecaiiou
being tho monthly ineutiug and so
cial of that b dy. Air. Geo. S. Har
ris presided and Air. Stanley, secre
tary, read tho minutes of pievious
meeting. There was no further
business to trausact, so the chair
man proceeded to call off tho fol
I'lanoSolo Mr. Arthur Willi
Sung Mi-.!. Ward
'vAitump.uiK.il b Mli-. i'ntuli.)
8"iiK . . Mr. I'litlundtir
Humling . ,.- Mr. Amlcituit
riuiig '' Miis McUiuw
(ArciunpiiiU'il by Mis. 'un Vlict.)
Tulk mi iiiii-aioii mirk in Africa
ltPV. Kilt! l.l-VWb
-Mine ... . Mrs. W Kiimuj
All the ladies' songs were encored.
The talk by Air. 'Lewis was exceed
ingly interesting. He gave illustra
tions on his person of how the Sou
danese diessed, aud with Air. Calen
dar showed how friends mot and
greeted each other in the Soudan.
Uoth gentlemen arrayed in tho dra
pery of the desert sat down on a
mat aud chattered mutual compli
ments iu an African dialect, ac
companied by frequent shak
ing of hands, to tho groat amuse
ment of the audience. Air. Lewis
told of the chain ofempiies
extending acr.)-s the middle of
Africa, in which Aloliummoduuism
prevailed with a tolerable degree of
civilisation. This was the Soudan,
The district about Khartoum made
memorable by Gordon's mission and
cruel fato was 011I3 a portion of tho
vast territory to which tho Mahdi
made his appeals. These civilized
empires of Africa contained a popu
lation of sixty miliums. -Mr. Lewis
gave a graphic account of the
Anglican mission in that country in
which ho had been engaged. The
climate was very trviug, boing much
hotter I liau in those islands. Kevors
wore prevalent. Whore three mis
sionaries might bo together, tho pro
liability was that A would bo nursing
U, while C alone would bo fit for
work, at almost any givon timo.
Uroolto and Kobinsoii, (he pioneers
of tho mission, were buried side by
side. The speaker had found it of
immense ndv milage, in gaming an
influence over llu inhabitants, lo
adopt their drcsn and respectable
customs, The,) could not be collect
ed in largo aiiuioucoit to be preached
to, but would it round tho mltsion-
At 0 o'clock yostorda- evening
Engineer Boyd, who has charge ol
the Alakiki pumping appaiatus,
noticed a breakage in one of the
pumps. Mr. Alex. Young, of the
Honolulu Iron Works, was notified
and to-day a gang of men has been
employed repairing the damage.
Engineer Boyd this afternoon said
tuat the damage was uot much, but
it would require sovural days to put
In consequence of tho breakdown,
water again became scarce iu parts
of the town yesterday.
Mr. Boyd, wife and family only
removed to Makiki on Wednesday
last, whore they intend making a
permanent home. Mr. Boyd looks
after the plaut himself.
Celebrating the Emperor's Birthday
in Good Style.
To-dny was a gala day in town for
the Japanese residents. Fujii, tho
Consul-General, hold a reception at
1110 legation, Aiuiauu street, irom
o'clock in the morning until 1 o'clock
this afternoon, the P. G. baud being
iu attendance until 110011. A large
number of people, including mem
bers of the diplomatic and con
sular corp, called on Mi. Fu
jii and tendered their congra
tulations on the Emperor's at
tainment of another natal day. The
U. S. warships Philadelphia and
Adams are decorated with bunting
and the flags over the diffoieut con
sulates iu town are flying.
Tho Japanese are celebrating the
event univer.-ally. There was a
large crowd 011 Nuiianu street sup
posed to be a club with white suits
of clothes painted over with Japa
A mass meeting will bo held in
the Beretauia street armory this
evening at 7 o'clock.
DR. S. ASANO
Physician : and : Surgeon
no. i(h nuua.vu avi:xul
Opposite Eagle H6uc, - - Honolulu.
S72 Mutual Telephone ail.
IU the KEV. MK. HOWLANJ).
Hours 10 u. in. to 10 11. m. The most won
derful lift- reader of the piuuiit age.
l.ndlc, $1.00. Gentlemen, $2.00.
?ufTll t'oli.SFK Four VM 111 IIK1AMA St-.
I UST ACE & CO.
11 any quantity, from a bag
to a ton.
Tho next ball game will bo played
between the Healauis and the Un
knowns to-mojrow commencing at 3
o'clock, half an hour uarlier than
usual. As both clubs have been at
hard practico this week, a well con
tested game is expected. Tho play
orH aro as follows:
. I.ouin Miranda
Fiom one bag to any iii.iiitit.
In l-fl. lengths, and sawed or split,
from a bag to any quantity; ul-o,
"WHITE & BLACK SAND
C&- No. 411 Until Tclepbinifs.-ai
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikiki, : : : Honolulu.
October 27th, IS'JS.
If atiyone dettire iiieh ald-faxhiuncd
tliimjn uh loiflif iLfni'rii, quiit, pure air,
ilmr sen water, ijitod food, and heavenly
xniixeti luinij ant lieore hi.i eyes eruy
eceaimj aver the Pacific and the distant
hills of Waianiie, I acommend him cor
dially tn the "Sans Souci."
immmr wins sixvjwmx
Satin day, Oct. 28, 1893.
The condition of national
affairs in tlw 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 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 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 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 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 surpribed
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oornor Fort Bs Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great Many - Specialties
AT aTTT PRICES I
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
MSB EOc, OCc. (L33.A OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk
IN ALL 0OI.OHfcS
-A.W tso cxar'xe.
Extra Yalue in Boys' Waists
WHITK AND COLORED.
-AUO KI1TV DOZKNB
riavette Boys' Waists
.XjXj u.T 25 CE1TTS.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
KVKRY HA1H WARRANTS!)
-A.T mi. GO.
NKW NOVKLTIK8 IN
100 Doz. White Hemstitched nt So.
'200 Doz. Colored Bordered at 5o.
KXTRA VALUE IN
Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1.00 Corset can't he heut.
SPECIAL LOW PRIOKB IN
and INDIA LINEN
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
-A.T osx.eo -a. :?-rt.irj.
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
JlSl) A FUll. MNK OK
House Furnishing Goods
I am offering at BED ROOK PRICES.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
O XT :r, TRUSTS
VRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
IB 3. C.OO
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
i-T C C C3CSTTB.
PLEASE ALSO KKMnMHKK THAT I CA11KY A
L-A-IRCKE -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
WHICH I AM T rXTX?T DDTmO THAN ANY
OKFKRINO AT VJKJ W JLiilA, X XbLVJLVdO
ar 1 USTVITIE IN SFEJOTIOIST -
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
The Best Manila Cigar in the Market.
r. A. SIMPSON,
II, Davidson 0
T. .larkhoii 11
.1. Duncan . lo
W. YouiiK -'
U, lllultuu .:si
Knooks . -Clius.
Brownter . rf
W. Ro-u . If
Oppo, Betbei St.
Hood's and Only Hood'u.
Hood's Siirsnnurilla in cnrufully
lirnpurt'd fi 0111 .Sarsaptirilln, Daudu
iioii, Mandrako, Dock, Pipsiisbovvn.
Juuipor hurries and otlior well
known roiiiodiea, by a pueuliar com
bination, proportion and procij&!,
giving to Hood's S.traparilla cura
tive powers not possessed by otbur
medicines. It effects leniarkablu
cures when other preparations (ail.
Hood's I'ills cure hilioiisiios.
Social und Banco.
The Sons of St. (iooruo will have
a social and dance at K. of J', hall
next .Monday evening. Tickets to
admit lady and Koiitloman, 1.00, for
sale at Uoldeu Rule IWauraud Ash
worth's harbor shop,
IA .lllliKIl ro CTKKLT a
Total .".Clearance I
Before Noveinbor 30, 1893,
- THE ENTIRE BTOCK OK -
Handsome and Artistic Goods
MILL HE OrPl.ltEll AT
Reduoed Priaea I
Gome and See for Yourself !
J M. de SA e SILVA.
1 f.H 'I i.rit ltci.lt.tnr rillliutun.
tlully Imlli ol Oitk iiii'l Cctliiri ii
hilH-r iiiiu i,omur rumunuu,
I 'or uric ami iiurlluularu nonlv
'"vlil THKO H IMVlKHno
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.
Hawaiian1 Hardware Co., L'd
0iiOitlt H)fei!kl' II look,
H07 KOKT STUMBT.
A FRESH CONSIGNMENT JUST TO HAND AND
FOR SALE IN
LOTS TO STJIT!
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID
Druggists and Tobacconists,
F3R3 Fort Street,
KCon.olu.lvi, H. I.
LOVBTOY . OO,
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THK SAhE OF
ff. Curpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Nupa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
.S'aa Juse, Cat., U. S. A.
DallemanJ & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, Jllch und Mellow.
Spruunce, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform und lleliuble,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
-The Prince of Summer Drinks.
jnTli5paooiUur(luuriiiti;uii Plrkt-oUiv lit every reiol miJ
ulu m Very KeiooiiaMu I'rlcvit,
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