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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1G, 1893.
"Safe, strong, unyielding loader
ship in tho White House" Mint is a
couciso definition of tho saviug fac
tor in tho temporarily paralyzed
situation of United States politics.
It is that same availing leadership
which has thus far, in rogard to the
Hawaiian question, stemmed tho tor
rent of jingoism that would have
broken down every principle of honor
and justice toward a weak and
It appears that tho oflicers of tho
National Guard have docided, upon
due deliberation, that the retention
of some half-dozou Govern mont em
ployees who havo not signed tho
Annexation Club's roll is a menace
to the military position. Perhaps
it is. But is it wise to toll tho ot her
side that the military position is so
very precarious? If the royalists
knew that those apathetic clerks
slept under their desks every night,
ready at a signal outside the fence
to rise and shy ink bottles and paper
weights at the garrison, they would
be for immediately precipitating
Anarchy is preferable to monarchy
only with the spurious Americanism
represented by tho Hawaiian Star.
That journal the other day talked as
if it believed the United States
would interpose to prevent tho res
toration of the monarchy in Brazil,
where the overthrow of the mon
archy has only opened an intermin
able vista of revolutions for revenue,
such as are the curse of all America
outside the United States excepting
Canada under the British monarchy.
True American sentiment is, how
ever, reflected by the Springfield
Republican in a paragraph reprinted
in this issue, which concludes with
the following candid common sense:
"The Brazilian republic is apparent
ly a failure, and it is doubtful if the
people of that country are fit for a
greater degree of self-government
than a constitutional monarchy af
fords." FALSE PRETEXTS.
All the pretexts put forth for the
violent subverting of the indepen
dent constitutional government of
Hawaii reminds one of the pleas in
mitigation of sentence put forth by
a parcel of schoolboys when caught
red-handed in some rowdy conduct.
There is scarcely one of them when
sifted down which will hold water
to any extent. The talk about un
due control of public affairs by the
native Hawaiians, to the disadvan
tage of material progress ami the
advance of civilization, for instance,
becomes sheer moonshine when sub
mitted to tho test of cold facts.
What measures of progress or civili
zation have bean thwarted or even
hampered by the native vote as re
presented in the Legislature? Our
statute books for the past decade,
not to go further back crowded as
they are with liberal privileges for
the common good, with encourage
ment to every interest of civilization,
with the most paternal provisions
for the beneGt of the nation's chief
industries belie the ungrateful im
peachment. Or, take the adminis
tration of the laws, it is equally un
true that this branch of the govern
mental functions has been un
duly dominated by Hawaiians.
The very contrary is the case.
Hawaiians have for the most
part been content to take the
crumbs that fell from their alien
masters' table. One of the apolo
gists for riot and treason has charac
terized the late session of the Legis
lature as "howling chaos." He had
to shut his eyes to what has been
going o" in the outside world, be
fore instituting condemnation of
ministerial government uni'.er legis
lative control by impliedly compara
tive reasoning. What would ho havo
seen with his eyes opeu? Pande
monium let loose on the floors of
several august legislative bodies
of Europe, whore factions are so dis
. tractingly multiplied that their res
pective positions cannot be defined
by the most export chrouiclors on
tho ground. Tho British Parliament
laying to itself the proud boast of
being the parout of constitutional
government with popular legislative
control engaged for over eighty
days on one measure only to have it
cast out at the end with contempt
by the branch representing the privi
leged ordors. Tho Congress of tho
United States discussing for nearly
four mouths a single pioposition,
whose settlement was labeled "ur
gent," and when it is thoroughly
thrashed out to have a minority in the
least popularly representative brauuh
holding the majority at arm's length
and defying that acknowledged re
pository of the nation's will to give
utfuut to what the directly popular
branch of tho legislature had prompt
ly onnctod with a viow to moot tho
nation's omorgoucy. Go (o, yo pro
variealing crow! Hawaiiaus havo
not strivon so inuoh for domination
as for co-operation, and ovou whon
thoy hold almost obaoluto control,
tho results to civilization and mnto
rial progress would boar favorablo
comparison with thoso recorded at
tho same time in more favored parts
Ntxtivo JurorB Goinplimontod from
Ikoole, a native woman, was cou
victed of assault and battery yester
day. She was sentenced this morn
ing to pay a lino of $30 aud costs.
In sentencing tho defendant J udgo
Cooper said: ''The law javo you
tho right to appeal to this Court,
aud had your defense boon a
meritorious one you would havo
been justified in doing so, but I look
upon tho story that you and your
witnesses have told as being a most
unlikely one, and I boliovo it to bo a
fabrication from beginning to end,
and 1 have a great iuclinaiion to in
flict upon you a heavy penalty. I
do not boliovo that your appeal was
to tho law and justice of your case,
but simply to the supposod preju
dice of an Hawaiian jury. 1 am in
clined to resent every reflection up
on tho honor and integrity of tho
native jurors, aud 1 look upon every
unfounded appeal as such, and as I
said before 1 am tempted to make
3'ou an object lesson, but upon the
whole I havo concluded to punish
you only for tho crime of which you
have been convicted."
Wm. Mossmau was acquitted yes
terday on a charge of violating the
gaming law. Kaulia was his attor
ney. W. A. Kinney, for Attorney-Gen
eral W. O. Smith, moved to place
the libel case of Provisional Govern
ment vs. Norrio on the calendar. C
Creightou for defendant opposed
tho motion on the ground that the
committal was ordered by the Dis
trict Magistrate of Honolulu on
Nov. 7, after the opening of this
term. Tho Court grantee! the mo
tion on condition that tho evidence
supports an indictment. Mr. Greigh
ton excepted to the ruling.
E. Devauchollo is on trial to-day
by a native jury for opium selling.
Doput3--Marshal A. M. Brown for
the prosecution; J. L. Kaulukou for
Alex. J. I 'art wright has petitioned
the (.ircuit Court for a removal of
the temporary injunction lately do
creed agaiust him iu a pending suit,
on tho ground that ho has never had
any intention tr disposing of his
property except ins iu the ordinary
course of his business, nor ever had
any notion of leaving this country
whore he was bom and all ins inter
ests are; and that the injunction is a
serious impediment to his business
as a capitalist, trustee, etc. To all
of which he makes oath, also to his
having anticipated the order of the
Couit iu paying alimouy. C. W.
Ashford is his attorney and makes a
motion iu accordance with the peti
tion. C. P. Iaukea has filed his account
for several years as guardian of Ka
aua, imbecile, showing: receipts,
S9780.C0; expenditures, S8859.56; bal
A full set of Hawaiian lieports
has been sent to United States Min
ister Willis, with the compliments
of the Justices of the Supreme
A Common Occurrence.
It is not unusual for colds con
tracted in the fall months to hang
on all whiter or as soon as a person
is over one cold to contract another.
This succession of colds is what
causes chrome catarrh aud bron
chitis. One or the other of these
diseases is almost certain to be the
result. For this reason it is of much
importance that colds contracted at
this season of the year receive
prompt attention. They can be
2uickly cured if Chamberlain's
lough Remedy is used. It acts on
natures plan, loosens the cold, aids
expectoration, aud relieves the
lungs, soon effecting a permanent
cure. 25 aud 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
Rooms to let with board at Hani
For New Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Maile."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Suuburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Eousou, Smith k Co.,
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his oflice to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his oilico from King street
to Boretania street, near Emma.
Cuit, Heiiskind and J. MoMeekin,
Piano Tuners and Teachers, Pen
hallow House, Boretania street. Mu
tual telephone 01 J. Lessons given
on Piano for beginners and practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
will be promptly nttouded to.
Wants a Sermon.
I observe that the Rev. E. G.
Beckwith is about to sever his rela
tions with tho Central Union Church.
Would it not bo well for him to
leave a legacy to the churoh by pub
lishing tint sermon he preached on
tho Sunday following the momora
bio 17th of January? Inoi'iiiuh,
Badges are being printed with the
words "CitizoiiH' Reserve" on I hem.
A (10011 PAYINO IIUHINKHb, WELL
eatahllbhed unci centrally louutuil.
For imrtlunlarH Inquire u(
CI. K. ROA HUMAN,
laXMiu uiu Kurt irti'L
CENTRAL UNION OHUROHi
Br. Bockwlth Roslgns tho r (is torn to
for a Xiightor Charge.
Rev. Dr. E. G. Beckwit h announced
to tho stnudiurr committee of Con
tral Union Church tho other even
ing that ho desired to sever pastoral
relations with that llock. Mis rea
son was that advancing years did
not leave him enough slrongth for
so largo a charge. The committee
expressed surprise and regret, and
offered to provide an assistant for
Dr. Bot'kwith if ho remained. Ho
would not bo persuaded, howovor,
to rovoko his decision, preferring to
accept a call ho had received from
tho congrogation at Makawao, Maui,
whore with loss arduous responsi
bilities he hoped to be useful for a
fow years. Rev. Win. Rador, of Oak
land, Cal., who lately lil led the pul
pit of Central Union Church during
tho pastor's vacation, has boon men
tioned as probably an acceptable
successor to Dr. Beckwith. Tho re
tiring pastor has been wonderfully
onergotio for his years in pastoral
work, aud to his energy is largely
duo tho prosperity of Central Union
Ask Tour Friends
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what thoy think of it, and tho re
plies will bo positive in its favor.
Simply what Hood's Sarsaparilla
does, that lolls the story of its me
rit. Ono has boon cm red of indiges
tion or d3'spopsia, another finds it
iudispensablo for sick headache or
biliousness, while others report re
markable cures of scrofula, catarrh,
rheumatism, salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
Mrr Ml-TELEPHONES -Hki.i. 1 J.
P. O. Box 8Si.
HI KING STREET.
Just Opened !
Of Diil-srunt Varieties and Latent l'littiriiy.
SHIRTS, HI I K HAN'IKKRf!HlI'.l'S,
si in; i'-;
XjO-w' Prices !
411 -:- King-:- Street
We have jiihl received ox "J.
C. Plluger" and "Paul rstMilxipg"
from Bremen, large coiitsigu
ir.ent.s of Rock Halt, especially
adapted for Live Stock, and
which can he had in quantities
to suit, at extremely low prices.
Union Feed Co., L'd,
8(i"-w SOLE AOEN'IH.
All kiiulx in any quantity from a
bag to a tun.
Prom one bag to any (jauntily.
FIRE WO OJD
In 4-tt. length and Sieved or Split,
from u bag to any quantity ; uUo
WHITE & BLACK SAND
NOTICE IB IIEREI1Y
givuii that tho follow
ing described Animal will
tin Hold at. Piihlin Auction.
on SATURDAY. Nov. Vi. 2SL
wm, at Vl o'oloeK noon, at the Uoveruuieiil
Round at Makikl:
1 (liny Horse branded ":!l" on liiht hind
19 Owner of the above. Animal iniiBt
bend iu Ida claim wilhln 12 dujt, otlier
wibu It will be Hold on the. datu above
named. JAMKK KUKONA,
Govern meat Pound muster,
Honolulu, Nov. II. IhiiX mj-'.'t
Mr. .ioii.n hri'i:nvali;ok hana,
.Maul, having made un annlgumuiit
to mo of all hlh property for Ihu henelll of
IiIh inedltord, all pnrHoiiN having i'IuIhm
agaliibt Mild John (Iruumwild are huieby
rutiueHled to present the miiiiii to me at the
olllcf! of 11, Iluokfeld ,t Co., Honolulu,
within two iiiuiithn fiotu ditto or they will
he forever barred
J. V. HACKFKLI).
AHidgueea of John (Iruumwild.
lIuiiiiliiliL'.VTit, IU, IMKI. ttSiai
Mwaiii Miters Co., lj
Saturday, Nov. If, tSOS.
There seems to be an old
time strain on the public mind
relative to the settlement of
tho political affairs; and this
btrain 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 waitine
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 watting 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 of 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 ranee 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 range. In the
tirst place, Inteen 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. 16
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., Jd
Opposite Hpreckolt)1 lllouk,
!$)7 IfOU'l' STREET.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
ktioii Sale of Stallion !
On SATURDAY, Nov. 18,
At (12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Sik'srcfin, I will veil at Publlu
Anetloti, by ordor of temporary ad-
ininiHtrntor of the Estate of
P. Opforgolt, deceased,
THE THOROUGHURED STALLION
Sire, tho Celebrated Kentuekv Stallion
'Billy Tliornhill," diiin 'Viola "
Further particular of
Jas. F. Morgan,
An unusual attractive varietv of NKW
HOODS to meot the taulc and wantt ut
our Island community. Apart
from a lino stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THK NKW SKASON'S -
That must he seen t" be appreciated.
Also u line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Kuiry Tales,
Additional to n bewildering supply of the
customary good goods for all' good
people is a stock of
That aro as useful as they arc novel and
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
fty-SNTA ('lakh Headquarters has'
always been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all the etceteras of dolldoin, and this
season leads them all.
KID DOLLS, "d'ohs
Nankin Doll", Rag Dolls, Rubber Dolls
China Dolls, Dolls with Fine, French Ris
que Heads, Dolls with socalled Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
nir T Ci with Real Human Hair,
LJJ lJLO Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Huir, Woolly
Huir, and oiue with No Hair at all.
Sleeping Dolls, W akoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TirT T O ill Full Dress. Half Dress
LJJ LJLjO and Undress and ranging
from about three inches to nearly three
feet in size, and from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls. Kuulish Dolls.
German Dolls, American Dolls,
Eiiuimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
.uuiuuo Dolls, imrk-ey Uoili.
TP"VT T Heads, Doll Bodies
XJKJLjI-J Wigs, Doll's Arms, Doll's
rilioes. noil's HIocKIiies, Uoll'3 Hats, Uoll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Funs, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Redstends Doll's Trois
soaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Hets,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
tilings to complete the haniiiuss of a
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provision is made iu all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toy 3,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR GAMES
... b o o k: s ...
That aro a joy to behold.
W Everybody and all ags provided
for at Snta Ci.Aiih' Hkaiihuaiiikih.
Hotel Street, Oppo. Bethel St.
I.N ollli:i 10 IIKKKC'T A
Total .'.Clearance I
Beinre November 30, 1893,
-THE ENTIRE STOCK OF -
Handsome and Artistic Goods
Wll.l. UK OHKIlP.ll A I
I2.ecl"uoecl Prices !
Gome and See for Yourself !
J M. de SA e SILVA.
FOK. S.A.IJE !
luiliuku, lliuwui. hiij-tt
Corner Port 8e
I BEG TO INFORM THE
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
ft.W COc, OSc. o.M.5. OOc.
A Foil Line of India Silk
IN ALL COLORS
A.T CO CE1TSS
Extra Yalue in Boys' Waists
. WHITE AND COLORED.
AIZ-O HKTY UOZiNh
Plannellette Boys' Waists
.A-XiXi -A.W SC CENTS.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
-ft-T Jpl. SO Jb.
31 COO -A. 3DOZ2
PLKASK ALSO KKMKMHKK THAT I OAKKY A
LJGKEI -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes !
WHICH I AM I rVIT70
AT luJ r JLLilt
W I IlSrVITE INSPECTION a
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Jll U o Jbi Jjjfe !
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FKOM THE
MAKERS IN" PARIS, A LARUE
These French Brushes aro celelmited the World over
their Exckm.kxck ok Finmsii and Duuawutv,
and cost yon so mokk than (lie ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
J5J33 EPQT't 3trvt. - - - Honolulu, H. I.
LCTVETCrsr Sc 00.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE SALE OF
C. Curpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle, Sain" Wine C'rlltirit, Nujm City,
Fredericksburg Brewing Co. 's Export Lager Beer,
.Viii Jose, Cut., U. S. A.
Dullemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
America's Finent Production, Hich and Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Iteliable.
Scott & Gilbert's 'Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince 0 Summer Drinks.
V TheMi (JmmU are Duaraiiiccd Flrni
ule at Very Reanoimhle I'liuns,
Mutual Telephone 1MW
PUBLIC THAT I AM
NHW NOVELTIKS IN
100 Doz. White Hemstitched at fie.
1200 Dnr. Colored Rordored at do.
KXTKA VALUK IN
' Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1.00 Corset can't be beat.
SPECIAL LOW PRICKS IN
and INDIA LINEN
AMI A KUI.1. LINK OF
House Furnishing Goods
I am offering at RED ROCK PRICKS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
O XT IR, TRUSTS
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
-a-o: e c cewts.
-r13fTO THAN ANY
- uluaa in every runprut and me uilmed fur
' I'ont Omue liox l!!7