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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the lieneftt of All.
F1UDAY, NOV. 10, 1810.
Theru is 0110 Ihing ns clear as tho
buu in tho present situation, Tho
United States Govoruiuout distinct
ly repudiates tlio pretended right
of the Provisional Government of
the Hawaiian Islands to oiler this
country to tho United States. As
tho bargain thus declared oil wus
tho solo declared motive of the Pro
visional Government's coming into
being, it is now in order for that
irresponsible body to show cause
why it should not dissolve, and al
low the constitutional government
of tho country to resume its sway.
When wo aro told that tho Pro
visional Government, or whatever
its masters below stairs choose to
put in its place, may hold military
despotism over theso islands until a
Republican administration agaiu
conies into power in the United
States, tho question suggests itself,
Why was the Thurston annexa
tion treaty withdrawn from the
Senate while the Republicans were
Btill in control, and many loading
Democratic members of Congress
were in favor of annexation at tho
same time? Since tho withdrawal
of that treaty public opinion in tho
United States has been steadily
changing to the conviction that tho
whole scheme was an outrage on a
friendly nation which tho United
States could never ratify.
chance to drink Hawaiian coffoo, in
vitations will begin to bo issued for
having a Hawaiian cup of tea. At all
ovonts, tho Hawaiian Tea and Coffoo
Co., whoso plantation is in Kona,
the chief coffee district of Hawaii, has
made a beginning with tea which is
encouraging. Messrs. F. A. Schaofor
& Co., agents of tho company, have
lately received a lot of twenty
pounds ot tho first picking of tea,
which had been cured as well as
grown on tho company's estate. Tho
editor of this paper has to thank
tho agents for a sample of this Ha
waiian tea. On trial it is found to
be of a most agreeable flavor, and
the beverago leaves a sense of ro
froxhmont behind it, uch as all lov
ers of "the cup that cheers but not
inebriates" delight in, Indeed, there
was found an uttor absouco of any
"wild or "siclush ' tasto that one
has to become "used to" before on
joying. Of course tastes differ, so
that it would not do to bo too dog
matic about the quality of ouo par
ticular tea, wheu there aro hundreds
of varieties of tho leaf, and when
continued lea drinkers find many
kinds of the tea of conuuorco which
is like poison to them. At the same
time there is no individual taste
which is not in tho company of
countless others that oujcy the same
article. This Hawaiian tea is cer
tainly a finely flavored ouo, produc
ing a brow of good "body," and we
aro quite certain tnnt it win com
mend itself to a largo proportion of
toa drinkers. Should this opinion
bo confirmed by tho popular verdict,
Hawaiian tea may bo expected to
take its place among tho staple ox
ports of the Hawaiian Islands.
HIFLEMEN IN OOUNOIIi.
Election of Officers by tho Hawaiian
Thoro was quite au interesting
mooting of tho Hawaiiau Rifle As
sociation at tho Arlington yesterday
owning, the attendance being good.
Tho following officers wore elected
for tho ensuing term:
Frank Hustaee, President.
Walter E. Wall, Vice-President.
Jas. L. McLean, Secrotary and
Hoard of Directors: Fr. Hustaee.
J. H. Sopor, F. S. Dodge, F. Clifford,
Jno. Kid well, Chas. Hustace, Jr.,
Jas, L. McLoan, J. H, Fisher, J. G.
Rothwoll aud Walter E. Wall.
Range Committee: F. S. Dodgo,
Chairman; Juo. Kid well and Walter
Finance Committee: Chas. Hus
tace, Jr., J. H. Fisher aud J. G.
The following eoinniittoo was ap
pointed to invito, aud arraugo a
match with the Canadian rifle team
which will shortly arrive from Van
couver, B. C: J. G. Rothwell, F. S.
Dodge, Juo. Kidwell aud Walter E.
About a dozen new members wore
elected at tho meeting, and prior to
adjournment it was voted to hold
the regular somi-aunual shoot of tho
Association on Now Year's day.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On MONDAY, Nov. 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my 8Hlo9room, I will soil nt 1'iibllc
WOODLAWN FRUIT CO, STOCK
CERTIFICATE NO. 43,
Vor Nan-payment of Assessment.
tm TERMS CASH I
Hawaiian Harflwars Co., L'fl
Saturday, Nov. 4, 189S.
In his attempted falsification of
the composition of the Hawaiian
electorate by including the Japanese
in it, Parson Baker of Hilo at the
American Board must have forgot
ten his cue. At first the missionary
cry to the American commonwealth
to usurp the control of divine work
. in these islands was based on tho de
moralization of the native Hawaiiau
electorate. Perhaps, however, it
would not do to bewail the moral con
dition of the Hawaiians in presence
of the supreme patrons of the Ha
waiian misoion after its operation
among three generations of Hawai
ians. Therefore the tune has to be
changed, and the fiction invented
of a Japanese vote that would im
peril a civilized verdict on the ques
tion of annexation 1 This is one of
the baldest of all the fabrication?
disseminated in tho United States
regarding the Hawaiian question.
That Mr. Baker should have been
guilty of such a violation of truth
will be astouudiug to many people in
these islands who have held him in
esteem for many amiable qualities.
Hood's aud Only Hood's.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is carefully
prepared from Sarsaparilla, Daudo
lion, Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissewa,
Juniper borries and other well
known remedies, by a peculiar com
bination, proportion and process,
giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla cura
tive powers not possessed by other
medicines. It effects remarkable
cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's Pills cure biliousness.
wit: the non-payment of llie lirinuiiml and
By Lewis J. Levoy.
The Holomua of the 7th iust. re
produces an item from the N. Y.
Sun, which has been used by the
Star to denote how rapidly this
sample of one in nine months proves
the natives are coining to court
It iB pleasing to see tho Star so
jubilant over a solitary Hawaiiau
convert. There must have been
great rejoicing in the Annexation
Club when the X. Y. Sun divulged
the stupendous fact of the existence
of this one repentant royalist, ll
would have been interesting to the
members of the club who are not
versed in algebra say the '2,222
Portuguese illiterate contract labor
ers who aro the backbone of the
Annexation Club, if the Star had
edified them with an equation
showing the probable age of tho
planet when the Hawaiian race, at
the rate of one in nine months, hhall
have pronounced for annexation.
Unfortunately for the N. Y. Sun,
we are in a position to prove from
this incident that tho N. Y. Sun is
capable of perverting facts.
Tho letter from Honolulu was
directed to a lady closely related to
the Hawaiian gentleman who sent
it, aud not to a gentleman as stated
in the Sun. It was placed at tho
disposal of the Sun for honest patri
otic purposes aud distorted to Miit
the subsidized policy of that paper.
The certified copy of tho original
letter opon for inspection proves
that tho Star iB premature in rejoic
ing over tho solitary convert, and
the traitor denounced by tho Holo
mua was born in the oflico of tho N.
So far the Hawaiiun has displayed
a Spartan love of iudepondeuee,
Their Campaign of Dirt.
"Wherefore bv their fruits ye
shall know thorn.'1 If good fruits
count for anything in this or the
next world, then surely tho Queen
stands a far better chauco to pass
the poitals of St. Peter than some
of the lambs of Central Union
Church, who seemingly have raked
through Hades, in their zeal to
smother thu Queen in filth and
damu her character forever. The
Queen since her childhood has been
au honored member of the church
of the same denomination as Cen
tral Union Church, aud has been
com ted and feted by leading mem
bers of the church up to January
last when, to try and make good
their exciiao for robbing a nation,
they hatched their deviltry against
a defenseless woman, they knew
could not strike back. After the
Queen had given thousands of hard
money to help the church, besides
paying for t lie educating of twenty
or inure oi youug native gins in
schools connected with the church,
also giving her time and influence
in the neighborhood of two years,
in helping at tho concerts given a
Kaumakapili Church, in order to
pay oil the indebtedness oi mat
chinch what has been her reward?
Let the public, who know every
word of the above to bo true, trace
back along the thorny road the
Queen was forced to tiavel for the
last ten months, and there find the
heaps of viperous vindictiveuess aud
slanderous abuse, sluug right aud
loft upon the head of Her Majesty,
by lending members of tho church
she had helped so much. The pa
tience the Queen has shown, while
being persecuted by the Philistines,
forces us to again wonder, aud
quote from the book of tho Master:
"J know thy wortts, aim thy lauor,
aud thy patience, and how thou
canst not bear them which aro evil;
and thou hast tried them which say
they aro apostles, and are not; and
hast found them liars."
For the Queen's own good, she
must and no doubt will, after mature
reflection and with tho help of God,
leave that sect of persecution, aud
join ouo of the other denominations,
where she will find that peace aud
rest that sho will never find among
her forked-touguod enemies the
pretended followers of our Lord
aud Saviour. Absalom.
House & Lot
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
A.T MY S.AXjHIS:K.OOM
I Wll.l. SKLL AT rUBI.lt' lUlTIOK
The House and Lot!
Situated at the corner of Metcalf mid
Rocky Hill Streets, Mimou.
Size of Lot 200x300, km 1.36-100 Acres
The House lias 4 Rooms, Pantry, Cook
house, Stnble and Carriage House, and
AVutcr laid on.
TERMS CASH I
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontion to
Forooloso and of Salo.
NOTICE IS HEKE1IY CUVKX THAT
by virtue of a power of smlu contained
in a certain mortgage dated March '20th,
A. D. 1KUI, made by Hoonli (w.)of Hono
lulu, Island of Oaliu, to Alexander J.
Cartwright (now deceased) recorded in the
office of tho Registrar of Conveyance-!, in
Lllior I'Ji folios 13"i and 13(1, Bruce Curt
wrlght and A. J. Cartwright of nalil Hono
lulu, devisees under the will of the aid
Alexander J. Cartwright, deceased, intend
to foreclose said uiortcace for a breach of the
condition! in aaid mortgage contained, to
wit: the non-payn
Interest when duo.
Notice Is alo hereby given that nil and
singular tho lauds, tenements and heredi
taments in said mortgage contained and
described will be sold at public auction at
the auction room of James i Morgan on
Queen street, in said Honolulu, on MON
DAY, the 13th day of November, A. I).
18!):t, at 12 o'clock noon of said duy.
The nroperty in said mortuncu is thus
All that tract or parcel of laud situated
in Kaliu, eityof Honolulu, in said Island
of Oahu, and bounded as follows:
Deitiuuing at a point on the makai side
of Kuakiui st-eet ,01 feet southea-t from
I.lliha street, and running thence bv true
meridian; S. 48 41' 103.0 feet along
Lotto. 8.30 E. o'l.i fot along Kulcana.
N. 4S 41' E. 118.7 feet along hot IS. X.
41 I!)1 W. .0 feet along Kuakiui street to
the initial point containing an urea of ."iUSO
square feet, the same being No. 17 of the
Kaliu Lots of 8. K. Bishop as numbered on
his map on the Kaliu Tract, aud the same
TEMPLE OF FASHI
iremiscs that were conveyed to the said
deed dated Juno 17th, 1880, recorded in tin
tho said 8. E. Bishop by
TEA ADDED TO OOFtfEE.
Hawaiian coffeo haB rnado a good
name for itself wherever it has been
introduced. Tho demand for it
from tho markets of the world is far
beyond the supply. With tho mar
keting of the crops from the yuuug
plantations now existing in various
parta of the iulauds, thoro will bo a
largely iucroased supply that on
being marketed may bo expected to
indefinitely stimulate tho demand.
People who ouco taste good Hawai
ian colfeo well uiudo generally want
more. Now thoro la a prospect that,
by tho timo all tho world gotB a
FLOATING OF THE KAAIiA.
Pullod Oft' the Koef by the James
Mukeo and Towed to Port.
The steamer Kaala, belonging to
the Inter-lslaud Steam Navigation
Co.'s ileet, was towed into port at
1:U() o'clock this afternoon by the
ttigElou. As reported in tho Bul
letin the Kaala went on tho reef off
Waialua yesterday afternoon, aud
the steamer James Makee, of the
same company,hoaving in sight, wont
to her assistance. The tug Elou
loft tho Pacific Mail wharf at 5
o'clock to help tow the steamer off.
When the tug got thoro tho Kaala
had been pulled oil' by tho Makee,
tho latter steamer having succeeded
in her efforts at 10:15 o'clock last
Captain Campbell, who wont down
on the tug, was seen this afternoon
by a Billctin reporter. Ho stated
that the K aula's maehiuery was in
good order and was not injured at
all. It appears that tho steamer in
going into a sort of lagoon had
grounded on a coral bed, being fast
ened aft. As soon as Captain Gahan
found out that ho was stranded he
rang I ho bell to back, but the pro
puller refused to work. The con
tinuation of the keel on to the rud
der had been bunt by the impact of
tho stranding, and this coming into
contact with the propollor effectu
al!) blocked its revolution. The in
jury to the vessel, it is thought, does
not amuuut to intiuli. Shu will be
taken upon the Marino Railway this
afternoon to be lepairod.
Captain llagluud, of tho James
Makee, is deserving of much credit
for hisollleioutaiid systematic hand
ling of tho btrandud steamer, for to
hhn alone U audited the lloutiiitf of
Santa Clans' Headquarters
I will arrivo in Honolulu on Monday morn
ing, Nov. l'ith, aud at 10 o'clock
will tender a
GRAND HOLIDAY RECEPTION
To which I cordially invite EVERY
BODY to be PRESENT. Mv re
ception here as usual will
be held at
THOS. G-. THRUM'S
Uptown Book & Stationery Store
The use of which t have engaged
ENTIRE HOLIDAY SEASON
I have brought all my
Toys, Books, Fancy Goods, Novelties, Etc.,
With me. and will bo AT HOME to all my
friends big, little, old and young who
may favor mu with a call.
W The doors of mv Headquarters will
bo closed from SATURDAY, at I p m ,
until 10 o'clock MONDAY MORNING.
Nov. 13th, at which time I ahull be pleased
to see you all.
RE D. M. OROWLEY, A lJANKRUl'T.
The undersigned having Hied hib ac
counts including a statement of dividend to
Creditor with un application for dUcbarge
as Assignee in the above entitled matter,
notice is heieby given that said petition
will come 011 for hearing nt 1U o'clock a. m.
on MONDAY, November 13. lS'tf, before
Hon. W. A. Whding. First Circuit Judge,
I,. J. J.KVKY.
Otllce of the said Registrar in said Hono
lulu in Liber 118 folios 17-S.
HUUOE OAKTW RIGHT,
A. J. OARTWR1UHT.
Terms Cash. Deeds at tho expense of
purchaser. For further particulars apply
to J. M. Monsarrat, Attorney for Bruce
Cartwright and A. J. Cartwright.
Dated Honolulu, October 17, ISM.
mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
OT1CE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
h v virtue of a power of sale contained
in a certain mortgage, dated January 5th,
A. D. lh'JL', made bv Haokokai (v. and
Kakaio, her husband, of HonMnlu, Island
of Oahu, to Alexander J. Cartwright (now
deceased), recorded in the ofnee of the
Registrar of Conveyances, in Liber 131,
folios H2 and 413, jJruce Cartwright and
A. J. Cartwright, of said Honolulu, de
visees under tho will of said Alexander J.
Cartwright, deceased, intend to foreclose
saut mortgage lor a urcacu 01 iiiucoimiiiuii
!h nnfj fcn ash rtilt,l!nn.l 4n lltlf frlhft tlfin.
in said mortgage contained, to wit, the non-
payment of both the principal and interest
at his Chambers in 1
Assignee in Bankruptcy of D. M. Crowley.
FCHt SAN KRANCISCO.
THE Al BTEAMBHI1'
Notice Is also hereby Given that all and
singular the lands, tenements anil here
ditaments in said mortgage contained and
described will be sold at public auction nt
the auction room of James F. Morgan, on
Queen street in said Honolulu, on MON
DAY, the 13th day of November, A. D.
1803, at 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said morgage is thus de
All that certain piece of land situated at
Kamakela, Honolulu aforesaid, and more
particularly described in deed of E. K.
Nahaolelna to W. O. Achi, dated 22d
August, lb91, and recorded in liber HI,
pages 199-201, containing an area of 1S3-10O0
acre, and being a part of tho'-e picmises
described in Roval Patent 0215 to Kalaeo
kckoi for Kulaklui, conveyed to said Hao
kekal bv deed of said W. O. Achi, dated
January 4, 1892, and recorded In liber HI,
A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Terms Cash. Deeds at the expense of
purchaser. For further particular apply
toJ.M. Mo.n.sauhvt, Attorney for Bruco
Cartwright and A. J. Cartwright.
Dated Honolulu, October 17, 1S93.
Auction Sale of Sfcilli
On SATURDAY, Nov. 18,
At "2 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, I will sell at Public
Auction, by order of temp rary ad-
niinfstrator of the Estate of
P. Opfergelt, deceased,
THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION
Sire, the Celebrated Kentucky Stulliou
'Billy Thornhill," dam 'Viola."
OVFurther particulars of
Jas, IP. Morgan,
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
rOB TUB ABOVE 1'ORT ON
Saturday, Nov. 11th,
.A. T NOON.
The undersigned are now prepared to
issue Through Ticketa from this City to all
points In tho United States.
fW For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN A CO., L'p,
873 :t General Agents.
CMHH) PAHTUHAUE FOR HORSES
X mid cattle cuu be found at Kullhi, at
F. Meyers', where goid pasture and feed
will be given them aud they will be well
looked after. For further particulars ap
ply to F.MVKKB,
at lUUhl, or rlmt up Bell TeUpbouo 341.
Tho Wire rohl by thu Hawaiian
HAnnwAitE Company has been
ti'ritcd by the Honolulu Iron
Works (Jo., ami bIiowj ii turimlu
strength of 2,120 pounds, and
is jironouncpU by tho Iron Work
Co. to be of a tuperiur quality.
DR. S. ASANO
Physician : and : Surgeon
NO. 105 NUUANU AVENUE.
Opposite Eagle Huiuu, - Honolulu.
872 Mutual Telephone Sill.
All kimli o CommtroUtl Printing
promptly taecuUtl nt low rat' at the
I h,iUetin npU,
It makes no difference
whether you use kerosene
or electricity for lighting your
dwellings, you cannot have
too many lamps; electricity
plays 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 Hanging
Lamps are strong and service
able with all the ornamentation
consistent with good taste.
The prices are in harmony
with your purse.
Abraham Lincoln once said,
" you can fool some people all
the time, you can fool all the
people some of 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 S feet apart a mile
of fencing costs you $10860
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 88.38.
This of course does not include
Like anything t:lse, a farm
inp- implement requires testi
monials from people usinjj 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. 1 he same may be
said of our new " Hen dry
Double Furrow Plow." 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 Plow, 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
looked. I mean by this that
"in every other plow I have
"ever seen used the mould
"boards w.re so low that the
"dirt would fall back into the
"furrow. The opposite is the
"result in using Hendry's
"Double Furrow Plow; 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 ot
"draught which yoii 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
"1 have ever seen for the pur
"pose. You seem to have com-
"bined all necessary points of
"excellence in a perfect plow
"in this one Implement."
Oornor Fort Se Hotel Stroets.
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great - Many Specialties
JLT OTXT PRICES !
100 no. White Hemititched nt Be.
200 l)uz. Colored Bordered at 60.
Extra Yalne in Ladies' Blouses ! BW N0VRLTIKa IN
-A-T COc. OCc. o.r-5. OOc.
A Full Liue of India Silk
IN A Mj COLO KB
-A.T SO CrlTTS.
Extra Value in' Boys' Waists
WHITE AND COLORED.
ALSO riFTV DO.Ch!,H
Flannellette Boys' Waists
S C CEITT3.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
UVKKY PAIR WARRANTED
-A.O? mi. co.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
EXTRA VALUE IN
Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1.00 Cornet can't be beat.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
ANII A KUM. LINE Of
House Furnishing Goods
I am ottering at BED ROOK PRICES.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
mi coo .a.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee. Pants
am: s e assurors.
PLEASE ALSO KEMEMBER THAT I CARRY A
JLi-AJELGKE -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
OFFERING AT LOWJlLV 1 XvlCJife OTHER 1
sr I TJSTVTTEJ IlvTSFEOTIOlSr "a
S. E K It !. I O lEi ,
Corner Fort aud Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Xji Jl lj 0
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
These French -Brushes are celebrated the World over
their Excellence of Finish and Durability,
and cost you xo more than the ill-made
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0ioulte BpmikeN' Ulook,
H07 FORT STUEET.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SJ53 TPovt St.rt, - - - TSonoTvilvi, H. I.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE SALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
Frum "Uncle. Sum" Wine. C?llar, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Browing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sun Jute, Vat., U. S, A.
DallomanJ & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
Aiiteriuu' Finest Produotiwi, Jtieh und Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and IteliuLle,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince 0 Summer Vrlnki,
Tlimu Uuo.lb uru Guuraultittil Flrt.uln In HVurv riM-.n mul nu nilururl far
euU at Very Ruatonable Prices. 8S7-3in
Mutual Telei'honi: 808 1'out Drnot lioi 137