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P THE DAILY
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1893.
An iutorviow with Mr. Tbeo. H.
Davios had by tho Sau Fraucisco
Post appears iu this issue. It offoct
ually removes soino misapprehen
sious of Mr. Davios's position culti
vated for a purpose by the con
spirators against Hawaiian inde
pendence. It would have dono the Star credit
to havo stayed by its backdown on
tho opium issue, instead of trying to
bluster out of its dilemma. The
only opium scandals that have ex
isted hero since 1886 consisted in the
wholesale stealing of confiscated
opium while iu tho custody of tho
Reform Government in 1889, and iu
that of tho Provisional Government
in 1893. One of tho reasons for a
change in public opinion to favor
opium license was that it would pre
vent such scandals even whon tho
predatory beneficiaries of tho Reform
party held tho keys of the Govern
ment storehouses. Perhaps it was
not sufficiently realized that tho
same crowd would steal anything
eUe iu sight, such as crown jewels
and othor privcite property which
thoy have laid violent hands on since
the beginning of their present occu
pation. THIS IB THE LAW.
Iu view of the starting of political
secret societies on all bauds, the fol
lowing extracts from the law of 1884
are given (Chap. 52, sees. 6 and 7):
Section 6. Any person or porsous
who shall organize, form, maintain,
join, become a member or remain a
member of any secret association
not licensed as provided for in this
Act, shall be guilty of a misde
meanor "and upon conviction be
punished by imprisonment not to
exceod three months or by a fine
not exceeding one hundred dollars
or by both such fine and imprison
ment in the discretion of the Court.
Section 7. Any person owning or
occupying premises upon which an
unlicensed secret association assem
bles who shall knowingly permit
such assembly shall be punished on
conviction by imprisonment, or fine
not to exceed two hundred dollars,
or by both such fine and imprison
ment in the discretion of the Court.
The license referred to is obtain
able without fee from the Minister
of the Interior on application stat
ing the object of the association.
In spite of protests in one of the
P. G. organs, the American League
has come out of the shadows of its
incubation. It is a rival of the An
nexation Club in all but degree of
publicity. Thus far only an address
from it to tho United States Minister
has seen the light. The names of
its officers are shrouded in mystery.
So much concealment may fairly be
regarded, for one thing, as a precau
tion against a similar exposure of
weakness iu numbers as well as iu
genuine American composition as
early befell the Annexation Club.
It is to be presumed that the new
organization has procured a license
from the P. G., under the Act to
Prevent Unlawful Secret Associa
tions (Chap. 62, Laws of 1884). There
should bo no difficulty about that
little formality, seeing that the so
ciety is iu the line of promoting
"Christian civilization," which has
been sadly wanting here through tho
absence of such evangelizing agen
cies as the Clau-na-Gael, Mafia, Molly
Maguires, Whitecaps, etc., the defi
ciency having been all the more con
spicuous by contrast with Confucian
civilization that has blessed us with
the bland example of Highbinder
benevolence. It is to be hoped,
therefore, that tho American League
has come to stay, and that it will
not imperil its prestige, premature
ly, by coming out of seclusion, ex
cept by delegation, until it can ex
ceed the record of the Annexation
Club in mustering 2.5 percent of its
claimed strength on a call for a full
rally, as on the occasion of tho fare
well demonstration to Minister Sto
veus, A Comrnon Occurrence.
It is uot unusual for colds con
tracted in the fall months to hang
on all winter or as soon as a porson
is over one cold to contract another.
This succession of colds is what
causes chronic catarrh aud bron
chitis. One or the other of these
diseases is almost certaiu to be the
result. For this roabon it is of much
importauco that colds contracted at
this season of the year receive
prompt attention. They can bo
quickly cured if Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is used. It acts on
natures plan, loosens tho cold, aids
expectoration, and relievos the
lungs, soon effecting a permanent
cure, 25 aud 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
k Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
Job Printing neatly and provtptly
cuwultd at the Bulletin QfJU,
Anothor Waikapu Docision Torm
Chief Justice Judd has roudorod
an individual decision in equity on
tho caso of Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Co. vs. Tho Waikapu
Sugar Co. Ho quotes tho motion of
deforciant represented by G. V.
Maci'arlnno, for order to account,
and tho reply of plaintiff, and says
that a disclaimer of title with a gen
oral denial, which was filed by tho
H. C. & S. Co. to an action of tho
Waikapu Co. for an undivided half
of tho Waikapu Commons, seems to
him to meet tho presumption of
ouster which an action of ojectment
would raise. Ho does not Gud evi
dence of 'ouster, however, in tho
equity petition, but concludes as
"But if it is a fact that tho plain
tiff company has, sinco this litiga
tion was beguu, taken into its pos
session more of the common estate,
I think thtvp should bo hold to ac
count for it. For the litigation
showed that tho right of tho plain
tiff to occupy to tho exclusion of tho
othor was disputed by tho defend
ant, and, until this was settled, any
further occupation would bo with
tho knowledge of the adverse claim.
Tho extent of the liability and the
principles to be applied thereto aro
by stipulation to bo tho subject of
"Let tho question whether the
plaintiff has occupied more of the
common estate since June, 1891, be
referred to II. Smith, Master in
Chancery, and, if any has been so
occupied, to what extent. On com
ing iu of his report I will hear argu
ment as to principles on which tho
account should bo made."
A. S. Hartwell and Carter & Car
tor for the motion; F. M. Hatch per
A motion has beou filed to sot for
hearing the causo of Margaret Camp
bell aud others vs. N. Hookauo and
In the divorce suit of J. Suther
land vs. Mary Sutherland, tho plain
tiff by her attorney, C. Croighton,
has hied a motion for continuance
till next term, saying that she is now
in Glasgow, bcotlaud, and that suit
was not filed before her departure.
Fauuy B. Nichols, mother of
Evelyn Nichols Bidwoll, a minor,
has petitioned to be appointed
guardian of said minor.
Followiug is tho record of jury
cases before Judge Cooper since last
In the case of Molaka, liquor sel
ling, previously noted on trial, the
jury disagreed. V. V. Asniord tor
The gambling case against C. Kg
awo has been nolle prosequiod. Kau
lia and Johnson for defendant.
Puakalohua has pleaded guilty
to violation of the P. G. gauiiug law
and will be sentenced on Saturday.
A nollo prosequi was entered for his
co-defendant, D. Koawe. Achi for
Malihiui was, acquitted after trial
for housebreaking. Rosa for defend
ant. Ikeole is on trial this afternoon
for assault and battery. V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
Judge Cooper this morning ren
dered an oral decision in Jones vs.
Norton. Defendant's demurrer had
been sustained and plaintiff was al
lowed to amend. Defendant de
murred to the amended bill, and the
Court sustains this second demurrer,
on the ground that the suggestions
iu tho decision sustaining the first
demurrer have not been complied
The American League.
The first thing that suggests it
self on reading over the address of
the American League presented to
the United States Minister is, that
it is a secret socioty, uot registered
according to the laws of this coun
try, and therefore illegal.
Secondly That there is not a
name published with the address.
Thirdly One of the committee
called later on the Minister to in
form him that they were opposed to
"royalty" aud to give tho Minister
to understand that they forgot to
add, "To h with tho yueen."
The Minister as well as the public
would no doubt be interested to
know how many patriots there are
iu this league, aud if there is a
corporal's guard outside of office
Why and how those patriots,
native-born and whitewashed, came
to separate themselves from their
"commou country" to seek their
hash under monarchy, will probably
remain a matter of conjecture.
Tho number of organizations that
aro "looking out for tho welfare of
the citizens of tho United States"
are increasing at a bewildering rate.
The Sharpshooters, the Citizens'
Reserve, etc., etc., remind one, of
how a vast theatrical army of a
doen "stipes" inarches for miles on
the stage, appearing successively as
an army and navy, always ready to
die ovor aud over again ou the same
old stage and for tho same old coiu.
Catarrh in tho Head
Is undoubtedly n disease of the
blood, aud as such only a reliable
blood purifier can effect a perfect
and permanent cure. Hood's Sar
saparilla is the best blood purifier,
and it has curod mauy vory severe
cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times leads to consumption, Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla before it is too
Hood's Pills do not purgo, pain or
gripe, but act promptly, Busily aud
rpili: ANNUAL MRM'INU OK THl!
X Umiin Kkmi Co., (L'n), will he linlil
ut tho Comiiuny'tf olllto, Queen struct, on
Wi:i).i:SJ)AY,tliu lr.th liial.,atll o'clobk
a.m. T. It. VIDA,
Secretary Union I'eecl Co,, lAl,
'V'w Daily Bulletin is delivernl by
wrrfari for 60 onti pr mmth.
HANDING ROUND WEAPONS.
Transfer of War Material to Private
Tho S. S. Australia arrived from
San Francisco on November 4th at
9 o'clock, and halt an hour aftor
wards about fifty rifles and an abun
dant supply of ammunition was
taken from tho barracks and utorod
in tho Police Station. This action
of the P. G. was thought suspicious
at tho time, and people began to
wondor what was on tho tapis.
Rumors bocame current that the
Provisional Government was to re
solve itself into a Republic, and tho
police woro being armed to quell
any disturbauco, if any arose. Noth
ing, however, transpirod aud the
munitions of war lemnined iu tho
colls until a fow days ago, when an
elderly white man. one of Marshal
Hitchcock's innumerable Piukertons,
bogan to "sneak" off the rinVs aud
ammunition. A fow were taken at
a time aud distributed to parties in
town, known as tho "Reserve' and
to-day there is uot a single rifle iu
the station arsenal.
The only explanation so far given
is that tho spies, "Detective" Mar
mont probably among tho number,
had roportod to tho Marshal that
Mr. J. V. Bipikane and a largo fol
lowiug woro holding nightly meet
ings, for the purpose, it is alleged,
of creating a revolution to over
throw the P. G,, aud this action had
been somewhat encouraged by the
reported discontent among guards
at the Executive building.
At tho meeting hold at Punahou
on Saturday evening, appeared a
number of the happy possessors of
the arms, and probably the Marshal
was drilling them iu the handling
The Myrtles' Race.
Tho "groenhaud" crews of the
Myrtle Boat Club settled their late
disputed race on Sunday morning.
Captains Juo. Wright and Willie
Harris came to tho conclusion to
divide the crews, some of the oars
men in the Alice M. changing their
seats to corresponding ones iu the
Stranger and vice versa. Tho event
was started at 10 o'clock, the Stran
ger assuming tho lead and winning
the race haudily, although the Alice
M. is the better boat of the two.
The Spar buoy course was row
ed over. Tho race was for no diu
uer, but all the same the boys had
This morning the Lougeo brothers,
together with their diving outfit,
wore towed alongside tho Miowora
ou a scow by the tug Eleu, for the
purpose of making an examination
of tho steamship's bottom. From
the Oceanic wharf it was seen that
the divers commenced the survey
stern first aud ended at tho bow on
the starboard side, tho diver coming
to the surface just after the noon
hour. Nothing definite is known as
to tho result of the examination.
"The Best in the World."
Tins is what W. D. Wuudring, of
liordly, Ky., says of Chumbi-rl.iiu'f
Couyh Remedy. He spoke from pur
foiiul experience in the use of it, him
self niui family h.iving just boen
cured of bad cough- and colds by it,
und coiiKiduru it the bust in the world.
Foi side by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
By Lewis J. Levey.
House 8c Lot
KOlt 8A.LK AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15
AT 12 O'OLOUIC NOON,
A.T MY SALESROOM
I UIM. KHLI AT rUIII.ll' Al'TIO
The House and Lot!
Sitnuteil ut thu court of Mctcalf unci
Kocky Hill Streets, Munou.
Size or Lot 200x300, Area 1.36-100 Acres
The House Una I Rooms, Pantry, Cook
house, Stable und Carriage House, anil
Wutor luiil on.
TKKMS CASH 1
Lewis J". Levey,
AI.I. I'KHSONB HAVING ULA1.MS
against Kiimiinu Hart will plfline
present thu same to the undersigned at Ills
otliee. Merchant Street.
J. M MONBAU1UT.
Honolulu, Nov. , IbfXJ. S7.J-tf
SGNORA & CO.
Good Square Meals, 15 Cts.
No. 418 NUUANU 8TKKKT
AKIHbT-ChABH FAMILY BATHING
Kosort at Walklltl. TramcurH puna
the KHU. bpeclul uirniigeiueiitH can bo
made for Family 1'ienled and Evening
UitthitiK l'artii'S. onlS-tf
FOK. SALE !
rpilK WEEKLY BULLETIN-:; COL
1 umim ol Interesting iWadlux MitUr.
(MlttiulM! mkllwl Ui fnrnlwinoinitrioy.Hi,
fliiwaiian Harflwiirc l!i, I'll
Saturday, iVoi. 11, 1898.
There seems to be an old
time strain on the public mind
relative to the settlement of
the political affairs; and this
strain is peculiarly American
in its character. You've no
ticed in the States how the
people are constantly going
and coming never resting, al
ways seeking rather than wait
ing to be sought. That's the
way it is with the people here
regarding the present status
of affairs. Instead of waiting
to hear what is to come repre
sentatives of the press and
both political factions have
been running to the American
Minister and making futile
efforts to secure information
that will come, like all things,
to him who waits.
Some people here have
been waiting to hear some
thing drop and they heard it
when we published, the other
day, the statement that the
wire we are selling stood a
test in the Honolulu Iron
Works of 2,420 pounds. It is
about the only proof neces
sary to show that the quality
is superior and the wire not
made from material fished out
of the scrap pile. With this
good quality of wire and the
stays and washers for making
a locked fence there is nothing
to prevent persons from put
ting up a fence that will last
until the crater of Kilauea be
comes a fertile valley.
The market has been short
lately on oil stoves but, thanks
to the arrival of the "S. C.
Allen" we are enabled to fur
nish enough to allow the en
tire population to sizzle on
them. They're in various
sizes and styles and people
who want to get up a light
lunch hurriedly, will need one.
For every article manufac
tured a demand is created.
The rains during the past
week is a sort of jogger to the
memories of the people that
they want mats. The rain
and mud creates a demand for
them and we have the supply
both of Hartman steel for the
rough work and cocoa mats
for the door sills. These arti
cles are as necessary about a
house as a stove which, by the
way, we sell. We have the
famous Pansy a cast iron
stove ol superior grade and
which we have sold hundreds
of since we have been in busi
ness. We've never had a com
plaint from anyone using them
which is saying considerable
because they are cheap. In
the higher grade we have the
best steel range ever manu
factured. Among other things
in which economy must be
practised is fuel. We know
of no better plan to make a
saving than by the use of a
Fischer steel ranee. In the
first place, fifteen minutes
after the fire is lighted the
oven is ready for baking; in"
the second place the fire is so
constructed that it burns one
third less fuel than any other
stove the same size. The fire
bricks (?) are made of steel
and cannot burnt out; the
grate is made triangular in
shape and can never burn out.
The body is made of No. 1 6
wrought steel, or just double
the thickness of those hereto
fore sold by us. We believe
from all reports that they are
the best ranges made and you
will agree with us if you try
It's a little early to mention
Christmas goods but if you are
at all desirous of getting on
the right side of your wife the
cheapest and best way to man
age it is to select a banquet
lamp and onyx table. There's
economy in this because you
get half the benefit.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0ih)bIU) Bpreokbltt' Blook,
307 Ii'OBT STREET.
By Jan. p. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Stallion !
On SATURDAY, Nov. 18,
At 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Saleiro hi, I will soil at Public
Auction, by order of toinimrnry nit-
mitilitmtur of thu Estate, of
P. Opfergolt, depended,
THE THOROUGHBB.KD STALLION
Sire, tho fntohratrd Kentucky Stallion
'Billy Tbornlilll," dnin Viola "
OF-Kurther particulars of
Jas. F Morgan,
An unusual nttroctlvo variety of NKW
GOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a tine stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
IS THE NKW SEASON'S -
be neon to he appreciated.
Also a Hue of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supoly of the
eu"tomary good goodu for ail good
people U a stock of
That are as useful as tliov aro novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sized.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
9"-Shta Claua' Headquarters has
alwaja been noted for its supply of D0II9
and all the etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
Nankin Dolb. Ran Dolls. Rubber Dolls
China Dolls, D1K with Fine French Bis
que Heads, Dolls nlth socalled Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
pirr T C with Ileal Human Hair,
UWJUJLO Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Dolls, "W ukeful Dolls, Smil
ing DoIIb, Crying Dolls.
TvpvT T Q in Full Dross, Half Dress
JLJvyJUJLjO and Undress and ranging
from about three inches to nearly three
feet in size, and from ten cents to sevoral
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dulls, English Dolls,
Gorman Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Doils.
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads. Doll's Tro is
seaux, Doll's Cairiagos, Doll's Tea Bets,
Wash, Sets and sets of lots of necessjry
things to complete the happiuesb of a
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provision is made iu all the
Rubbor Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR OAMKS
,. B O O K S ...
That are a joy to behold.
Everybody and all aei-s provided
for at Sam . (.'i.aiV HhiPQUAitifcits.
"I thei'o anything now un
der tho Sun?" You will ask
yourself that question und the
answer is "Ho to M. Gold
hero's and have a look at his
Now Patent Ventilated Undor
hhirt; light, durahle and cool.
A rfuninier garment that can
not be surpiihSed; both in long
und short riloeves. Price 50c.
each.' M. Goldheimi is the
sole agent for Dr. G. Jaeger's
"Sans Souci" Hotel
October .7, W,'J.
'anuuiif ilcfire tuclt uUl-fitthiuned thiiuj)
m lately ternerii, quiet, )nre nir, iltnr ten
utiter, yuml fumt unit lienienly unmet! liumj
out befuie'ltli eie eierii eieniinj oier the Vici
fie unit the diittint Itllli of HVil'diicir, recmif
nteuit him curilltitly tu the "i!ii Souet."
lumiutr 1.0ns srm'axnoif
T. A. SIMPSON,
T"fM T Heads, Doll Bodies,
JJULL Wigs, Doll's Arms.
Shoes. Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats,
Parasols. Doll's Jewelry. Doll's Funs.
TEMPLE OF FASHIQ
Oorner ir-ort Be Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great - Many
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses!
.A.T COc, OCc. a.n.a. 90c
A Full Line of India Silk:
IN ALL COLOBS
A.W CO CEIbTTS.
Extra Yalue iu Boys' Waists
WHITE AND COLORED.
AWO FIFTY II07FNS
Plannellette Boys' "Waists
.A.X1X. jfi-T SG CE3STTS.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
-Ar si. co.
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
aw 91.E0 a. rr-a-sia
0! 1 COO -A. B02EK-.
PLKASK ALSO HHMUMBKK THAT I CAltKV A
L-IRGKE -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and
WHICH I AM
r 1 iisrvirFE! nsrsFEOTionsr
Corner Fort and Hotel Sis.,
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
These French Brushes are celebrated the World over
their Excellence ok Fixisii and Durability,
und cost you xo more than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5SS Fort St.-ret, - - - Honolvtlu., H. I.
LOVKTOY &, OO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOK THB SALE OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
Voxi "Uiivle. Sam" Wine Cellam, Xitfia City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sun June, (Jul., U. $q A.
Dullemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America' Finest Production, Rich und Mellow.
Spruanco, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and lleliuble,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
- The Prince of Summer Driitl,.
Ttieuti UooiU uru (luiiruuti'ed r"lrt
aule-ut Vory Kuutouublu l'rlcoa,
Mutual TELtruoNB iKW
100 1)07. White Hemstitched at fw.
!i00 Do.:. Colored Bordered at 5u.
EXTRA VALUE IN
'Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1,00 1ort.et can't be beat.
Sl'KCIAL LOW 1'RICKB IN
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AMI A UI.1.lNK Of
House Furnishing Goods
I am olloring at RED ROCK PRICES.
JUfeT RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
.A-or g c ceitTb.
Children's Shoes I
Honolulu, H. I.
In uvury ruBpi'ut mul
mo olloruil or
' Post OmuK lioi 1B7