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MB DAM BULLHTIN.
THURSDAY, NOV. 1G, 1893.
Yesterday ovoniug'a Star repeated
the stale dodgo of trying to work up
on alarm for export by thu thou
hourly expected steamer. It Labor
ed in an editorial to place the royal
ists iu. the position of feigning con
fidence iu the justice of the United
States, iu ordor to put the Provision
al Government and its defenders oil
t hoir guard for their undoing by a
coup ile main. Then in a news item
it gave a rumor, manufactured i.u
the P. G. camp, that last night had
been fixed as the time for the royal
ists to take possession of the Gov
ernment buildings. Tlieso deliver
ances of the Annexation Club's ora
cle were ouiy part of a bogus alarm
plauued for last night, the especial
object of which is left as yet only a
matter of surmise. It may have
boon that the alarm was intended to
be carried to the extent of threaten
ed violence, such as might bo expect
ed to incite reprisals from royalist
quarters which would give tho revo
lutionists a pretext for committing
real outrages. Or it may have been
intended only to raise a false alarm
for testing the efficiency of the vari
ous armed mobs, uuder different
high-sounding names, with which
Honolulu is invested, just as the fire
bell is rung sometimes for no fire to
test the alertness and activity of tho
brigade. Whatever the motive for
these periodical attempts to insti
tute a reign of terror, the action is
highly discreditable to the men of
respectable repute among those who
are now dominating affairs by mili
tary tenure, and against the will of
an overwhelming majority of the
people of theso islands. Still we do
not object to such wild Indian do
ings on the score of policy. The
Provisional Government and its
supporters are thereby only piling
up ocular demonstration to the
Government and people of the
United States that their powtr is
altogether artificial and that they
must continue indefinitely to rely
on brute force and not on the
confidence and goodwill of the
people. It is actions such as these
which have made the undeniable
change of public opinion iu the
United States, from a state of en
thusiasm for auuexation to the con
viction that the consummation of
that event uuder the circumstances
would bo an outrageous wrong. As
to the Star's factitious opinion thrA
the royalists are only shamming coo
fidence in the honor and justice "of
the United States, the only rami irk
needed is that the royalists wo uld
not require to be of a high orda r of
rational beings to, by this time, 'have
real confidence of that sort ins." pired
in them if it did not originally- exist.
For there has thus far beem little
else than real encouragement to
their cause received front tke, United
States. The latest item, in :this re
gard is tho news received, to-day
that President Cleveland is to re
commend tho restoration -of the
monarchy iu Hawaii to O ougress.
And there iB little reason to doubt
that Congress will ratify bis policy
iu this, as it has don.e in tho matter
of the silver question.
Regular General Session of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
Tho weekly general session of the
Executive and Advisory Councils was
opened at 1:80 this afternoon with
prayer. Present: President Dole,
Ministers King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors Hatch (Vice President),
Wilder, Allen, Waterhouse, Brown,
Tenney, Young, Suhr, Nott, Mor
gan and liolte.
Minister Damon presented the
weekly financial statement as fol
lows: FlfiAMCIAl. SrAThMENT FOK I1IK WthK
E.N1HMJ NoVKMUEK 15. IB!)-).
Current account buluiice Nov.
a, 189J 1-'0,(M3 3S
Fines, Penalties and Costs.
ifllo Water receipts
Bale of Government Homls
3, 1117 &0
t 1.M.775 70
Judiciary Jlepartmeut. . .$ MU 10
Department Foreign Alfairs Mi .
ilureau of Public Works . '.Ill iO
Waterworks.. . . U38 00
Hoard of Health eJO 10
Forests und Nurseries . 1U2 "U
Repairs to Slaikets 30 00
Aid to Kapiolani Mater
nity Homo 100 00
Aid to Paradise of the
Pacific , . 10) Oo
Kuluries, Incidentals, etc 4,0'JI 38
iiitero-u .... . '-'.hirt oo
Attorney.Ooneral's Diipt. .. .,:&! ou
Oenl. Kxpensus Prov. Govt. iU'J 8:'
Koud taxes to special duposlt. IWJ 00
fcchool toxe 'Ml 00
Lund Bales . 3,107 M
Kxpemcs placing I-uun Janu
ary, IbOJ 1 10 00
Payment under Section 2, 110 60
Claim of I'.'.'l Japanese laborer
at Kckuliu 'Act 5.') -W oo
Current account, balance.
Loan Fund account, balance
Total Tretnury bulance, above
OutttoiidliiB Ilotuls . . ..fi.MJM.aouiiO
Trciumrv notes IO.OuO 00
Dim l S. Hunk ntul I'. M. 0.
notui 70",U(I 1W
Li"" Loan Fuml, balance.
Nut IndubU'dnosi . .
r. . IIVSK MKMO.
Notices till (Into of with
drawal maturing Novem
ber ntul December, 1SIM,
nnd.liiimnrs iiiul February,
1MH. ... $ .11,10.1 OU
I'titb on hand fetal Saving
Hank this day . ... .T.'.KKI OS
I'llOVlMOMAI, UOVhllSMKST MEMO.
Epcnes Provisional liovorn
ment todatu $
This amount covers all uxponscs Includ
ing militaiy and items not appropriated
by ttie last U-gMature.
mi:mo i'n in nihVK.
OaWandlng Ccrtilleatei $ '.'M.nou 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation nod deposited
for safe keeping lM,U00 00
Cnli In Treasury to redeem
feitlllealCH 'AU.OuO 00
0a-di on band In I'ostnl Sav
ing" Hank. 3'-',10t) OS
Road Hoard fund In Treasury S3.bU!i 6!)
School Hoard fund in Treasury 37,!S, I
i Available ouli a above . . . 10,8JX) ,3
f T..,u1 ....L.I. m rim .m
In rending his report the Minister
of Finance was glad to note that
there wai now a balance to the cre
dit of thu loan fund, tho advauces
to it from tho general roveuuo hav
ing been all repaid. It was his in
tention to use tho excess of receipts
over withdrawals iu tho Postal Sav
ings liauk for retiring the Postmas
ter General's notes, which bore a
higher rate of interest.
Minister Damon read the detailed
report of tho Postmaster General on
his late official tour of the Island of
Hawaii. It was in general commend
atory of tho conduct of the differ
ent post offices.
Minister Damon also gave an oral
report on the designs of new stamps,
which h.nd been under, consideration
by tho Executive and the Postmaster
Geuoral. Out of sovoral designs
submitted, those by Mr. E. W. Holds
worth wore decidedly the best and,
with one small exception in detail,
were accepted. The' would be sent
to Consul-Gonoral Allen of New
York for execution under his super
vision. President Dole promised a report
from tho Executive on the reorgan
ization of the Board of Education
at next meeting.
Ho also reported that tho pardon
authorised to be granted to a Japa
nese prisoner was issued, but the
man died the day after recoiviug it.
No unfinished business.
Nothing on the ordor of tho day.
At 1:50 tho Councils went into
ARRIVAL OF THE ALAMEDA.
Another Invoice of Measles Among
The K. M. S. S. Alameda, Morse,
commander, arrived at 15:30 o'clock
this morning, lb" days from Sydney.
She brought ten steerage passengers
and a small cargo for Honolulu, and
the cargo in transit amounted to
1102 packages of merchandise and
ten boxes containing 50,000 in coin.
Among the pas&ougors were three
children afflicted with measles, two
of whom were convalescents and one
in the prime stage of the disease.
The vessel on arrival was placed
under partial quarantine, and the
passengers for this port, including
the alllicted children, were taken iu
charge by Mr. C. B. Reynolds and
transferred to the quarantine
grounds. Two of the children with
the mother will sail by the barkon
tino Klikitat for Port Townsend to
morrow. Tho following is the memo, of
voyage: Sailed from Sydney, Tues
day, Oct. 31, at G a. m.; arrived at
Auckland, Nov. -1, 7 a. in.; sailed
from Auckland same day at 7 p. in.;
arrived at Apia, Nov. 8, 0:30 p. in.;
sail from Apia same day at 11:15 p.
in. and stopped for Honolulu pilot,
Nov. 10, ti a.m. From Auckland, 12d.
9h. 11m.; from Sydney, lfid. HJh.
:17m. Head winds from 30s south
Tho Alameda sailed hence for San
Franco at 4 p. in.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL Mi:i:TIN(i OF THU
Union Feed Co., I.'d, held in Hono
lulu on the ISth dav of November. lt)J.
the following olllcers were elected to iere
for tho ensuing year:
E. P. .Macfarlane . . .President.
F. W. Macfarlane. Trea. ,t Manager.
P. Rlanip . . Auditor.
F. K. Vliia .. Secretary.
P. II. VIDA.
883-lw Secretary l'. V, Co., I.t'd.
DOME I.IVINO CAKPri FOR HRKBD-
O ing. 100 Ripe Hawaiian Cocounuts for
. I IV-I-! 1 V.T
CI OOI) PAHTl'RAOE FOR HORdEh
X and cattle can lie found at Kalilil, at
F. Meyers', where good pasture and feed
will he given them and thoy will ho well
looked after. 1'or further particn'ara ap
plv to F. MYER8,
ut Kalllii, or ring up Dell Telephone 381,
rpHE POSTPONED MEETING OF
J the Honolulu Library und Heading
Room Ahsoulation, will be held at Library
Hall, FRIDAY, the 17th Init., ut 7:30
o'clock r. m., for tho election of Trustee
and other important InisineMH.
11. A. PARMELEE,
t8J ,'lt heciutary.
NOTICE 1H IIKHKHY
given that the follow
ing described Animal will
be sold at Pnblio Auction,
Oil MATUJIUAY, .-SOV. .'.'), mj.
lh'JJ, at 1'.' o'clock noon, ut thu
1 (iruy Hurse bninded
on riiht lilud
WOiuicr of the above Animal must
send in Ills claim within I.' days, other
Vtlsu it will bo sold on the ditto above
named, JA.MLH K1IKONA,
Honolulu, Nov. II, la'Ji. bs'j-'Jt
Knltikaua's Natal Bay.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
givo a grand coucort at tho Hotel
this oveuiug iu commemoration of
the birthday of "His late Majesty
Kalakaua. Tho following program
will bo rondorcd:
March KalnViuia " ...Merger
Overture Somlrainido .Ho-sini
l'olka The Twin Hrnthcrs. ...Meyselles
Selection Hawaiian Songs (by re
quest) , . ....l.lbornlo
Three Hawaiian Sonits:
Kaiilllna. Hulnalnau la Ue e ka
l.n o Alohl Nei.
K Clarionet Solo - Miirltnnu . .. Round
Mazurka Hawaiian National Hand.
Waltz Sobrrlao Olas (by rpipu'it) Kiwis
Mnrcli tjiierti lillluokalanl l.lbornlo
And Catarrh In tho Hoad
Mr. W. X. TucUer
"ItectthatUUlmposslblo for me to lay too
much In favor of Hood's Sarsaparlllo. I was
a great sufferer from Impure blood and Catarrh
In my head. Job's comfortors failed to comfort
me, and I suffered flora numerous boil
Agony Boyond Description.
When I began to Uko Hood's &.irsaparllla I had
six of them, only four of widen came to a head,
and since then, thanks to this good medicine, I
havo been free from this great affliction. I
pained 11 pound In Uiruo weeks. Tho Catarrh
in my head w lilch h.n tiouhlrd mo for) ears has
also been cured by Hood's Sdrnaparllla and I
Hood's s Cures
am enjoying good general health. I earnestly
recommend Mood'-, t tir i.ijini ilia to all who are
aDltcted." VI. L. Tt'OKUit, lioselmig, Oregon.
HoOD'8 PILLS cure all I.lver Ills, Bilious
ness, Jaundice, Indigestion. Sick Headache.
HOURON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
By Jas. P. Morgan.
Manila Rope I Iron Chain
TO-MORROW, STov. 17th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction for account
of whom it may concern
AT THE PACIFIC MAIL WHARF
-A QUANTITY OF
Fr-m 3 in. to 7 in.; 130 fathoms
li IKON CHAIN, ETC.
tr- TERMS CASH ! -a
Jas. jF Morgan,
On SATLTHDAY, Xov
AT VJ O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T MY SALESROOM
I Ulll. M-.I.I. ,l l-UIII.K' Al'UllO.N
The Stallion "Daylight"
Foaled Iu Honolulu, April 6, 1891.
Sire "Diwn," '.:1; sire of "Silky" and
suvi'ii others wi'b records of "J:30 and bet
ter. "Dawn" by "Nutwood" idro of over
one h indred with records of 'J:3fl und bet
ter Dam "Klectresb" by "Electioneer,"
the greatest producer of jsihsim! that over
" Davliuht" wan foaled in Honolulu on
April il, Wll. und ih coiihC(iiently island
bred. He stands IS.3, weighs 8M pounds,
and is biokeu to harness and hervice. He
has never been worked for speed but can
show iiuurtiMh in 10 K-cnmls, He is with
out exception the llunst individual iu the
kingdom and will make without doubt a
great stud and race horco. Ho is standard
bred und registered.
UT Thi Is u rare opportunity to pro
cure u grand Stallion, far rupcrinr to the
broken-down beasts usually ent to this
Jas, in, Morgan,
Auction Sale of Stallion !
On SATURDAY, Nov. Irt,
At I'.' O'CLOCK NOON,
Al my bulesro' m, I will pell at Public
Auction, by order of tump rury ad-
inlnlhtratiir of tho Estate of
I'. Opfurgult, dt'ceused,
THE THOROIXIHIIRED STALLION
Hire, the Celebruted Kentucky Stallion
'llllly Tlioriililll," dam Viola "
C9-Furtlier particulars of
Jta. IF1. DMIorgan,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'l
Saturday, Nov. , IS 93.
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 Pansv a cast iron
I 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 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 range. 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, 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., L'd
Oiionlw Hireokvln' lllook,
907 KOKT STREET.
- IMiKSlCXTR THIS
An unusual attractlvu variety of NEW
HOODS to meet tho taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a line stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEASON'S -
That mift bo seen to be appreciated.
Also a line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering -miiply of the
cu-toniary good goods for all good
people ! a stock of
That are as ireful as they are novel and
attiactive, and of all kind" and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
g.WF Sntv Clai"' llKMmr.wircito has
nlwas been noted for its supply of Dolls
and all tho etceteras of ilolldom, and this
season leads them all.
KID DOLLS, 'o,,
Nankin Doll", Hag Dolls, Rubber Dolls
China D01K, 1)IN with Kino l'rench lli--itie
Heads, Dolls with soealled Vnbrcak
able Heads, China Heads.
T-v"yT 7 O with Ileal Human Hair,
UVJJL1JL1O Dolls with Natural hook
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hnirtaud some with No Hair at all.
Bleeping Dolls, Wakeful Soils, Smil
ing Bolls, Crying Bolls.
Trvr T O in Kull Dress, Half Dress
LULIjij and Undress and ranging
from about tlueu inches to nearly thiee
feet in size, and from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, EuglMi Dolls,
German Dolls, A merit an Dolls.
Esquimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
rvHT T Heads, Doll Uodies, Doll
XJKJLjX Wigs, Doll's Arms, Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Funs, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads. Doll's Trons
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
things to complete the happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOlt GAMES
... B O O K1S ...
That arc a joy to behold.
Even body and all anes provided
lor al OAM'A l I.Atlfc iii:miquri hll.
511) FORT STREET.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Day for Xmas Goods!
5J9 FORT STREET.
NOTICE TO TENANTS.
OTICE IB HEREHYOIVENTO ALL
iiM'MJiis IIvIiik as Tunanth on Landn
ouiongniK t "e
Estate of tlio late Kinir
Kallmann,!! uull iih on Lands liolonuiiiKto
the undoiiiKiiud and thoMi of David ICawa
nanakoa and .1. Kalanianaolu, (or which
arraiiguinuiitH havo been inado between
them and Mr. J. l'nakaiila, that payment
of rent iiiiihI hereafter be iniulo to mo jiui
Himilly. When making jmj iiiont it is ru
iinuslcd that tunnnts brine copies of their
luann nnd tho last reeoiiit reculvi-d by
them. It is aUo tho wish of thu under
Hl);iied to meet and i onfer w itli tonnntH on
the lirht day of every month for nix
inonthh, bceiunine, October Hi, ln!J.i, and
cndlnt; April HI, Ib'.H.
tar Ollieo at Honnakaha,
Honolulu, (let. HI, IB'i.l HMJ-lin
MR. JOHN (Htli:.NWALI):or HANA,
Maul, having made an as.sijnniunt
to inu of all lilt, property for thu benellt of
liin creditors, all pi-rnnns having rlalnia
againi-t Slid John llinunwald aie hereby
icque.ilcd to pro'-ent the miiiiu to 1110 ill tin)
ollieo of II. HacUeld & Co,, Honolulu,
within two muntliK from date or they will
hi foruvnr I1arrt.1l.
J, K. HACKKEI.l),
Axiiigni'i'H of John llrnunwald,
Honolulu, Nov, IU, IblU. hal :it
ALL l'EKfeONti IIAVI.NU CI.A1.MH
UKalimt Ehmpmi Maui will plea-e
present the hiiiiiu In the uiiderolj;neil at hl
(illicit, Murehuut btieet,
liouoUilil, Nov. 4, IB'M. ri7t-tf
Oorner Ifort 8c
1 BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great - Many Specialties
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
A.X COc, OCC. GLXld. OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk
IN AM. OOI.O US
-A-a? CO CEST'XS.
Extra Value iu Boys' Waists
WHITE AND COLORED.
Ai.co iiriY no.h.vs
Mannellette Boys' Waists ,
.A.XiXj .A.U? EG CEITTC.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
EVERY I'AIR WARRANTED
A.W sixes. 1
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose'BoJs' wi Chllta's clctWn"
AJT 831. EO .A. r'i.XJR
asicoo -A. DOZEST,
IM.KASK ALSO HKMKJIBHH THAT 1 CA11KY A
:li.a.:r,3-:ej -:- stook
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
WHICH I AM
mr 1 i3sr"viTiii nsrsiPEiOTioisr -
3 . Jii xi R Ii X CJJ JEEl ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sis., .... Honolulu, H. I.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT PROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARG-E
These French Brushes are celebrated the "World over for
their Excellence of Fixisii and Dimiauility,
and cost you so moki: than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
683 "Pnor-t StroAt, - - TTonolTjila, HC. I.
LOVETOY &, CO.
No, 19 Nuuanu Stroot, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
lOR THE HALE OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Hum" Whir Crllnrn, Ntijxi City.
Frodericksbury Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
-Sun Jtw, Cul U. S. A.
Dallemuml & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Amrrhu'it Fitftt I'mduiilun, Rich iiiul Melluw.
Spruance, Stunley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras"
-V'i' t'rlmr of
" TliuBii lloodit are Ouarantued
aale at Very Reaonuble I'ricua.
Mutual Tklu-uonk iS08
NEW NOVELTIES IN
100 D02. White Hemstitched at 60.
200 Do. Colored llordered at So.
EXTRA VALUE IN
Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1.00 Corset can't be boat.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN
and INDIA LINEN
fM jjj, Towfljs
ami rin.i. M.Mc Hi
House Furnishing Goods
1 am ollcrlug at RED ROOK PRICKS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
PRICES LOWER THAN EVKK.
Boys' Knee Pants
-fc.X CS CSTTQ.
I'lrl.clu in tveiv rei,eut and am olluied
I'osr Urncc bin W7