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THE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of Alt,
MONDAY, NOV. (5, 1893.
LETTER FItOM Mtt. DAVIES.
The Qazotte and Advertiser Ignore
an "Exclusivo" Epistle.
Mr. Dnvios prosouts his uoinpli
luouts to tho oUitor of tho Bulletin,
uud bogs that ho will afford spuuo
for tho ouoloaod lottor which was
addrossod to tho Hawaiian Gazotto,
but has not boon published in tho
daily issue of that journal,
llawaiiau Hotel, Nov. Otli, IS'.Kt. '
VAN-couvEn, Oct. lth, 181)3. I
Sin, 1 take note of your desiro in
future to oxcludo my letters from
your columns, except on tho condi-1
tiou which 1 am of course unable to
accept, that identical letters shall ,
uot Oo sent to other papers.
1 have always boon under tho im
pression tnat it was contrary to
journalistic otiquotto to admit into
the columns of any other journal
replies to correspondence which had
uot appeared in that same journal.
It has therefore been my practice,
both iu England and in Honolulu,
to soud a copy of any controversial
letter to a representative paper on
each side, thus enabling those who
desiro to reply, to choose tho paper
iu which tho reply shall appear.
You havo invariably accepted this
practice of mine, in spite of 3-our
mystic reference to something which
you say occurred eight years ago,
but of which I havo uo knowledge.
iteeoutly 1 sent you a letter which
you did not publish, aud 1 there
fore took the precaution, when send
ing you my recent open letter, to
have it printed iu England iu
pamphlet form, so that aiij' of your
readers abroad, who might feel inter
ested in tho subject, might be sup
plied with copies.
1 shall, at your request, doaist in
future from seeking recognition in
your columns, but 1 am uot without
hope that those of your subscribers
iu Hawaii aud elsewhere who care
to read what is said "on the other
side," may tiud an opportunity of
doing so. 1 am coutideut 1 may
trust to your honor not to admit to
your columns any letters which may
be founded upon 1113- own letters
1 am bouud to accept your state
ment that my exclusion from your
columns is simply because 1 follow
the custom, to which hitherto you
have taken no objection, of sending
my letters to another contemporary.
I regret that so apparently trilling
a reason should be allowed to inter
rupt a correspondence of so many
years' standing, during which I havo
never delivered an unmanly blow.
While thanking 3-011 for the assur
ance that space will bo open for this
letter, I beg on the other hand to
assure you that it is sent exclusively
1 am, sir, your obedient servant,
(Signed) Theo. H. Davius.
The Editor Hawaiian Gazette.
THE NEW AMERICAN MINISTER,
To Be Received by the Provisional
It was generally expected this
morning that Hon. Albert S. Willis,
the new United States Minister,
would be received by the Provisional
Government some time to-day. A
Bulletin reporter went to the For
eign Otlico shortly before 10 o'clock
to ascertain when tho important
function would lake place.
Major G. C. Potter, secretary of
the Department, said no communi
cation had been received from Min
ister Willis up to that time. They
did not expect to receive him to
day, as one day at least generally
elapsed iu such cases, to admit of
preliminaries. Tho Minister had
not transmitted his credentials to
the Foreign OUice, aud until he had
done so tho Government was not
officially aware of his presence.
At 2 o'clock, however, prelimi
naries had advanced far enough to
enable tho secretary to give definite
information. Minister Willis will
be received 03' President Dole with
the Executive Council at 1 1 o'clock
to-morrow morning. There will be
the usual guard ol honor and other
accessories of state.
SICK PEOPLE GETTING WELL.
Quarantine of the Two Houses Still
Inquiry of Mr. C. B. Reynolds, ex
ecutive officer of the Board of
Health, received the answer that
the diphtheria patients on School
street nro recovering. Tho two
houses in which the disease exists
are still in quarantine. It is hoped
that tho precautions taken will havo
Srevented any spread of the diead
isease. Passengers arriving frotu
Hawaii by tho steamer Kinau on
Wednesday morning will bo strictly
examined against any infectious dis
ease, as tho diphtheria cases came
from that island aud scarlet fever
exists at Hilo, as previously reported
in this paper.
A Common Occurronco,
It is not unusual for colds con
tracted iu the fall months to hang
on all winter or as soon as a person
is over ono cold to contract another.
This succession of colds is what
causes chronic catarrh aud bron
chitis. One or tho other of these
diseases is almost certain to be the
result. For this reason it is of much
importauco that colds contracted at
this season of tho year receive
prompt attention. Tlioy can be
quickly cured if Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. It acts on
natures plaii, loosens tho cold, aids
expectoration, aud reliovos tho
lungs, soon elmoting a permanent
cure. iJG aud 60 cent bottles for
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agonta for the Hawaiian
Opouhig of tho November Term
At 10 o'clock tins forenoon Judco
Coopur upouuil tho Novombor tortn
of tho VirM CiriMilt Court. Tlioro
was a larsje crowd present. Otlicer
Fohlbohr made tho usual proclama
tion, and Clerk Wiimlouburg called
tho roll of jurors. The Hawaiian
jurymen were excused until 1:30 p.
in.,'and tho foioiguers until notified.
Then the calendar was called over
to ascertain what caes were ready
and for allotting hearings.
The following members ot tho
bar were in attendance: W. O.
Smith, Attorney-General; A. M.
Brown, acting Deputy Attornoy
Goncral; C. V. A-hfonl, V. V. Ash
ford, W. C. Aelii. Cecil Brown, C. L.
Carter, A. W. Carter. W. H. Castle,
Chas. Creighton, J. M. Davidson, F.
M. Hatch, Enoch Johnson, J. K. Ka
hookauo, .1. L. Kaulukou, S. 1C.
Kane, J. Iv. Kaulia, J. M. Kaueakua,
j V. A. Kinney, Kobert Makahalupa,
Paul Iseuniann, A. Terry. A. r. rotor
son, .1. M. Poopoo aud A. G. M.
On the eaos of Henry F. I'oor
being called, Mr. PotorMin for tho
defendant said he understood tho
Supremo Court had rendered a deci
sion therein, which had been sent to
tho printer before he had seen it.
lie was told tho Court had said tho
matter might have been submitted
iu another way, although counsel on
both sides had agreed on the ques
tion to be submitted. Until ho could
see the decision ho would like to
have the eases passed. Tho Judge
accordingly put tho cases over to
This afternoon pleas to indict
ments were taken.
Lui Oliva, on withdrawing his ap
peal in one caso from conviction 111
the District Court for liquor selling,
had a second caso for tho same of
fense against him dropped. Ho was
ordered to appear for sentence to
On the case agaiust A. Kahananui
for liquor soiling being called for
trial. Mr. Kaulukou asked for time
until to-morrow morning. He said
Mr. Wosa was liist counsel lor the
defendant but could not possibly be
The Court was willing to grant
the request if Mr. Kaulukou would
provide another case for trial. Could
Uo not" take up the next case, in
which he was sole counsel?
Mr. Kaulukou said that, not ex
pecting that one to bo called, his
witnesses wore not on hand.
"We must have a caso," the Court
Mr. Kaulukou urged that the
Court r-hould concede something to
counsel, especially in view of the
fact that Mr. Tlosa and ho had wait
ed on tin' prosecution all last term
for trial of Kaliauauui, but tho case
was put off until this term owing to
the absence of a witness for the
pro.-eeulion. Now, when ho only
asked for 0110 day, surely tho Court
"We must hae a case," again the
Court observed; "call No. 7. 1 have
no fear that tho cas will not bo well
tlufoixlixl l.v Air. Kniilulioii nlunu."
"Your H01101 thinks so, but 1
don't think so," smilingly returned
Mr. Kaulukou, again plunging into
an importunate ph a for dolay.
Judge Cooper then ordered the
jury called for No. 7.
Mr. Kaulukou, finding Justice
would not wait anv more than time
or tide, switched her car on another
track with tho blaml remark: "Well,
if Your Honor insists on it, 1 will do
the best 1 can with No. S."
The jury was therefore called for
the trial of Puhili, also charged with
liquor selling, instead of Kahaiiautii.
A LOVT WILL.
John Cook has filed a petition for
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on Jirown, which sets loriu uiui tin-
testator died in Honolulu on tho
first of October, IS'J.'l, leaving an
estate valued at S-1200; that on or
about May 12, 1SS5, the said Robert
Blown made and executed his last
will and testament, which was duly
witnessed 1)3' William J arret t and
Evan Ronnie, 13' which will ho de
vised his property as follows: to II.
H. Chill' of Provost City, Utah,
..'XJ; to Mrs. II. H. Chill', ?2(M); to
Mrs. John Cook, &K0, and all tho
residuu of his real aud personal
estate to John Cook the petitioner.
Tho petition further recites:
"That said will has been destroy
ed or lost since the death of said
"That when said will was execut
ed tho said Robert Brown was of the
ago of sovent3-ljvo years and up
wards, of sound mind, aud in every
respect competent to make and pub
lish a will and testament;
"That said deceased left no rela
tives or heirs at law iu tho Hawaiian
Islands or elsewhere known to your
"Wherefore your petitioner pravs
that said will may be admitted to
probate and letters testamentary be
issued to 3'our petitioner."
The Court has appointed Mon
day, Doc. 1, for the hearing of tho
Susie Cartwright has filed a libel
for divorce against A. J. Cartwright,
which Judge Whiting has oidored
returnable at I he present term, fur
ther ordering that, until a liual de
cree be made iu the suit, tho re
spondent pa3 libellant.?200a month,
22 for costs and SIM) for attorney's
fee, aud be enjoined from disposing
of his property or encumbering It
until tho further order of the Court.
F. M. Hatch is attorney for libel
ant. Hooked to Lwivti.
The following names hae been
booked so far Iu leave by tho S. S.
Australia on Saturday next: Mrs.
Admiral Skerrott, the Mioses Sker
rett l2j, IC. J. Borinan, wife aud 2
children, B. Sharp, W. Libboy, Miss
Young, -Mrs. Young, Mrs. Wilson,
11. W. Suorauco aud wife, Mrs. J.
11. Sopur, W. H. Sopor, J. F. Sopor,
C. A. Warner and wife, F. U. Buck
ley aud M. Hyiunu.
By tho S. S. China: Admiral Sltnr
relt, Lieut. Fox, Lieut. Wilson, En
sign Williams, 11. F. Lewis ami S. G.
The P. G. band, Prof. Berger,
loader, will play at Emma Square
at 7:30 o'clock this oveuiug. Fol
lowing is tho program:
Mnreh Pro Olorlu et I'uirla . rnpyn
Overture IiIiIkviiSii lit A11IW . Oluek
Waltz 1 11 Hltmci .... Uiu'nloi
Bi'tectliiii llcllx of Corneville .I'liiixinctte
Mi'illu.v A Trip Through Europe lliy
rrmi Ml ... ( uiinull
Itnll.ul-TheOId Home ...HurrU
Wult.- ThfMIU.lii Snlllvmi
Limecr - Hit- Mlkiuln .. Sullivan
"The Host in the World."
This is what W. D. Woodring, of
Bordlv, Ky., says of Chamberlain's
Cough Homedy. 1 fo spoke from per
sonal experience iu the use of it,
hi ui-elf and family having just been
cured of bail coughs and colds by it,
and considers it the best iu the
world. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith iV Co., Agents for
the Hawaiian Islands.
Is It To Bo a Konn P
Mr. C. J. Lyons, iu charge of the
weather borvico, was interviewed
this afternoou with regard to tho
lowering aspect of the weather. Ho
gave tho baronielor reading at 2: If)
as 150.01, saying it had been falling
slowly about three days. "Another
attempt at a konn," ho remarked,
adding, in answer to a question, that
the baromoter did not always fur
nish a safe basis for prediction.
Life Is Misery
To many people who havo the taint
of scrofula iu their blood. The ago
nies caused by tho dreadful running
sores aud other manifestations of
this disease are beyond description.
There is no othor romudy equal to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
salt rliouui and every form of blood
disease. It is roasoiiabl3' sure to
benelit all who giro it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
dinned to -ell at I'utilii Auction at
AT 12 O'ULOOK NOON,
l'or ni'L'Oiiiit of whom it limy concern
10 Shares of Stock in the Woodlawn
Fruit Company, Limited.
Building & Loan Association.
-H5 l!K-l'IAC MONTJII.y MDDT-
hmwill be holil mi the ('Iniinliur of
t'ommuivfoii .MONDAY KVKXINU. Nov.
il, lsM, at ": o'clock.
CST" Pavnioius arc rcouireil in fiolil.
JOHN O. KOTHWKI.I.,
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
ON riilDAY, NOV. :M.
from the rc-idencu of
I lie umlcr-liiiiL-il Kinau
w.j.itt Tt, .. V1111.111 M'l.tfi.
I'ii!-. 1 Hoar ami 1 Sow. A CsS&5Lfcs
Mutable ruwiiul will be jiaiilfor their re
)og well-trained; uns'
' tho name of "l!ev
ronard will bu paid on re- ;
turning lo A. i. i
I.I. I'ltltSOXS IIAV1NO CLAIMS
nie.-unt the same lo tho undersigned at hi
olllee. Merchant Htroer.
Honolulu, Nov. 1, Isii'J. s7 -tf
PFlt S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO,
THK A I HTtiAMtillll'
Wild, I.KAVK HONOLULU
fOK i iik Alum, mm O.N
Saturday, Nov. 11th,
A. T w o o IT .
The iinderi-lnned are now iireiiaied to
Ift.-.ue Through Tlekets from thin eily to all
potato ill the United states.
l'or furtliur mitlcular n'h'ardlui; l-'roljjlit
or PasWKu iiiil) to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
fcl'.S-t.ii (ioiiuml Atoms.
Hawaiian Hardwaro Go.. L'tl !
Satvrriay, Nov. 4, 18DS.
It makes no difference
whether you use kerosene
or electricity for lighting your
dwellings, you cannot have
too many lamps; electricity
olavs out sometimes while
kerosene, like the odor of
onions, is with you all the time.
Our stock of Banquet and
Stand Lamps has never been
equalled as to excellence of
designs, and our 1 langiny
Lamps are strong and service
able with all the ornamentation
consistent with good taste.
The prices are in harmony
with your pnrse.
Abraham Lincoln once said,
" you can fool some people all
the time, you can fool all the
people someof the time, but you
can't fool all the people all the
time." A few years ago, be
fore we. went into business, a
lot of Fence Wire was im
ported to Honolulu. We may
add that fence wire has been
imported many times since but
this particular wire was of a
quality that would enable the
dealer to sell at a low price
and the buyer would feel, and
did feel, that he had a bargain.
The wire was soon sold and
fences built, but in ' a few
months the dealer found him
self in a hornet's nest because
the wire was of a poor quality,
and his customers forced him
to take it back and replace it
with better wire. That bit of
experience was a lesson to the
merchant who had been in the
habit of importing cheap things
and getting high prices, but it
in no way applied to us. The
quality of our goods has never
been questioned, and this ap
plies particularly to wire.
When ours was imported we
directed our agent to procure
the best and they did it. We
have sold a great many tons
of it and have never had a
complaint. In connection with
fence wire we want to give you
a few figures on fence building.'
By the old method of placing
your posts 8 feet apart a mile
of fencing costs you ft 10S 60
for posts and staples only with
out counting freight and ex
pense of digging holes. By
the new method, the materials
for a Locked Fence costs you
for the same distance ft88.3S.
This of course does not include
Like anything else, a farm
ing implement requires testi
monials from people using it
before the public will buy. Our
Hendry Breaker jumped into
prominence and favor because
people who were first to use it
wrote to us what a good thing
it was. The same may be
said of our new " Hkndky
Doi'iu.K Fuukow Flow." The
demand for it is growing be
cause people who are, using it
tell their neighbors, and Hon.
W. Y. Horner of Lahaina tells
us in the following what he
thinks of it:
"Replying to your request
"for my opinion of the Hendry
"Double Furrow Flow, I would
"say that I have had one of
"them at work on my planta
tion for a year past and find
"it admirable in every respect.
"In having the mould boards
"of extra height you accom
plished a point which other
"inventors seem to have over
Hooked. I mean by this that
"in every other plow I have
"ever seen used the mould
"boards wre so low that the
"dirt would fall back into the
"furrow. The opposite is the
"result in using Hendry's
"Double Furrow Flow; the
"furrow is left perfectly free
"from loose soil and is ready
"for either planting or irrigat
"ing. Another advantage: over
"other plows is the lightness of
"draught which you obtain by
"having the strong straight
"beam with the iron rod run
"ning from the clevis to a point
"over the mould board. I believe
"you have in your plow the best
"I have ever seen for the pur
"pose. You seem to have coin
'bined all necessary points of
"excellence in a perfect plow
"in this one Implement."
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oiioltu Uirtul.elt' Hlook,
H07 KOKT STKMWT.
iook out for
Aitor tho Arrival of
Rich Treat lu Prospect for
ITUSTACE & CO.
All kinds, In any quantity, from a Init
io a ton,
Vroni uni! Img to any quantity.
In t-ft. lengths, and Miwi'd or split,
(nun a bag to any iiuintlty; also,
WHITE & BLACK SAND
Or- No. U-t Hotli Ti'lcilioiH'H.-l
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikiki. : :
anyone dvxire xtirh uld-faxhiourd
tliini.i an lovely scenery, quiet, pure air,
clear -iea water, pood fond, and heavenly
tunnels hung out before his eyes every
evening over the Pacific and the distant
hilh of U'aianae, I recommend him cor
dially to the "Sans Souci,"
UOHMtr LOWS nmrKXtSOA'.
T. A. SIMPSON,
X Side the following Beautiful Stouk:
THIS FINE HOUSE
AMI THK KOI.I.OMIND Mnhs:
Angle A., Josle W.,
Sally Black & Coll,
Yum Yum & Colt,
Ivory, Yiolet, Lellehua,
True Blue & Colt,
fS Full rVdlBri'e of tlm uliove can lie
si'Oii at liivQiifii'lii SlRliles, whore price and
terms ran lie arranged to sii't the times.
Greenfield Stables, : Kaplolanl Park.
W. H. RICKARD.
October 18, IKltt.
B "la there anything new under the
You will ask yourself that question and
the unswor Ih
GO TO I. GOLDBERG'S
AMI II A VI'. A LI 1(1 K AT IIIH
New Patent Ventilated Undershirt
LIGHT I DURABLE I COOL I
A Summer Garment that cannot he aur
imased. ltoth In Long uud Short Sleeve.
PRICE 50c. EACH.
MM.K AOKNT HOB
DR. G. JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
By the REV. MR. HOWLAND.
Hours 10 a. in. to 10 p. in. The moat won
durful life retuler of the present ngu.
Juilic, $1.00. Gentlemen, $2.00.
fenrrii fiiuNiiit Four sn Hkiiktama Hih.
A1 1 IIK
Queen Street Shaying Parlors
Adjoining MorK'iu'ii Anutlon Ituuinj
Vol' TAN IIIII.U.N
Firnt CIubb Shave or Hair Cut
Uverij description of JOB PIUSTLSU
done at the Bulletin Ufiioe,
Thoio uglib red Stock
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS 1ST PARIS, A LARGE
i These French Brushes are celebrated the World over
their Excellence of Finish mid Dokamlity,
nud cost you no moke than tho ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
13 S3 Fort Sti"t, - - - Honolulu, H.
Oomer Tfoi't 8c
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT 1 AM
Great - Many - Specialties
Extra Yalue in Ladies' Blonses
.A.T GOc, 85c. and. OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk
IN AM. OOI.OKS
-a-T1 BO CS1T9S.
Extra Yalue in Boys' Waists
WHITB AND COI.OKEI).
ALSO FIFTY UOZ1.NH
Flannellette Boys1 Waists
-A.x.1. .6.1' se csxtvs.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
KVKRY PA I It WARRANTED
-&. ma.. so.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
.Ar isi.eo .&.
ma. COO -A. 33GZ3SXT.
I'LKASK ALSO HKMKMBKK THAT I OAUUV A
XjJIC3-B -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and
WHICH I AM
asr I INVITE IlTSFEIOTIOJSr -KM
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sto., .... Honolulu, H. L
LOVE3TOT &, OO.
No. 10 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE BALE OF
E. Curpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellar, Najiu City,
Frodericksbury Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
-San Jose, Cal U. S, A,
Dalltiinantl & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
America' Finest Production, Rich and Mrllow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Uniform and Reliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Prinks,
- Thesu Uixd are Guaranteed KirH
i unit) at Very Ruujouable I'rleoa,
Mutual Telkphonk H08-
NKW NOVKIVl'IKB IN
100 Doz. White Hemstitched at So.
200 Doz. Colored Bordered at fo.
KXTltA VAMJK IN
Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1.00 Corset can't be beat.
SPECIAL LOW PRICKS IN
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AMI A VIM. MSB OF
House Furnishing Goods
l am oircrlng at BED ROCK PRIOKS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARUE AND NEW
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
Children's Shoes !
- ulnm In t)Vcrv rmi.uut hiu! nii'..r...i ...-
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