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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledyed to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1SW3.
With an American, a British and
a French cablo scheme- all in sight,
surolj Hawaii will not bo much
longer loft out of electric touch with
the outside world.
There does uot suoni to be any
Burplus of love botwuuu the two or
gans of the revolution to tide them
ovor oven a difference of interpreta
tion of an item of nows. They are
laying about each other's oars like
good fellows. Whuu rogues fall
out, honest men may bo within
measurable distance of teceiviug
LIBRARY AND READING ROOM.
Annual Mooting of the H. L. & R. R.
In spilo of showers and muddy
streets, the Honolulu Library and
Heading Room Association managoil
to get a quorumior its postponed
annual mooting last night. Neither
Ihe nresidont nor vico urosiduut
being present, ltov. Dr. llydo was
called to t ho chair. Among others
present were Uov. Dr. Beckwith,
Dn. McGrow, Emerson and Rod
gcrs, Miss Burbank, Messrs. H. A.
L'armeleo, 11. Watorhouso and V.
Mr. r.irmelec, secretary, road the
ininutos of last mooting, which were
Miss llurbank. treasurer, read her
aunti.nl report, also tho .report of the
finance committee, V. F. Allou and
.1. II. Fisher, on thopormaueut fund.
Heijoipts for the year wore:
I'roin Pecs to Library
Kuun nuiiiiilons and Legacies
Kruni Other Souiiot
xMthough the wulfaro of the Ho
nolulu Heading Room Association
hns boon somewhat adversely allect-
eil by tho lccent dull period, tho in
stitution is still in a healthy and
efllciout condition. Through the
generosity of Mr. C. li. Bishop there
is an annual iueoiuo of ?00O for buy
ing books, leaving tho ordiuaiy re
ceipts available for general expenses.
Close sailing is necessary, howovoi,
to keep the institution out of debt,
and the community should stand by
it with tho largest possible paitou-
THE P. G. SHOWS CONTEMPT.
Evidently tho Provisional Go
ermueut is determined to neutralize
the salutary effect of tho United
States Minister's declaration of two
days ago, that the peace of tho com
munity would bo preered by tho
forces of the United .States. The
btreets and public buildiugs are in
vetted every night with armed men
besides the regular guard-, and
nothing but actual violence is loft
undone by the authorities to main
tain a reitrn of terror. Have the
President and the Ministers' and the
several Councillors of eminent re
spectability become so demoralized
by the blustering and swaggering
of the Annexation Club's chief bul
lies that they are capable of sanc
tioning this disgraceful dragooning
of a peaceable and law-abiding
community? We respectfully call
the attention of Miuiskir Willis to
the continued etloits at terrorism
on tho part of the Provisional Gov
ernment, in contempt of his assur
ances to the whole community that
it is under tho sure protection of tho
United States. This protest is made
as a matter of right, as tho United
States has become responsible for the
protection of other than her own
citizens hero. But gvou American
citizens are failing to receive tin
benefit of their Minister's assurances
Names can bo gheii of American
ladies who have .been startled into
terror of imminent trouble, since the
Minister's declaration, by the ap
peal auce of troops marchiug past
their houses, with rifles and fixed
bayonets, before daylight. Many
of the men scon about at night
heavily armed, and apparently with
out being under responsible control
or discipline, are of tho "drift" olsws
known as "beach-combers." With
the Btate of affairs herein described
the community cannot repose in
peace, notwithstanding tho positive
declaration of tho Ministei that the
United States is responsible, until
our affaiis aro nettled, for public
order and tranquillity.
Only the income of a portion of
I ho amount from donations and lega
cies can be used for current expen
ses. It should also be mentioned
that a portion of tho $2031) from
"other sources" represented largely
a cash balauco from tho previous
year of uninvested moneys belong
ing to tho permanent fund. The
payments for books during tho year
amounted to but S2S8.20, as a large
number of volumes were received as
gifts. Tho total expenditures were
about i-lliOU. There is now 8(500 in
tho peiniatietit fund, yielding inter
est of SlilJO a year. Among tho do
nations ol tho past year was SoOOO
from tho president, Mr. C. It. Bishop.
Dr. Roderors read tho report of tho
administration division of the library
committee- It commended tho efli
ciotit services of Miss Burbank as
librarian, also of Maryama, the
Japanese assistant and janitor, and
recounted tiio worn uouo in uoopiu
tho building in good condition.
Mr. Foster, for the literary divi
sion, said that past experience show
ed that the report of librarian cover
ed all the ground required, therefore
that division did not deem it neces
sary to present a report.
Miss Burbank read her report as
libraiiau as follows:
To ini; Tkustkcs of the Honolulu
LmuAKV and Ueaihxo Koo.m As-
ing number varies in oharaoter; a
very small proportion aro members
of the association.
Strangers from abroad generally
register their names iu tho visitors
book provided for non-members of
tho association; resident non-members
seldom comply with tho request
to register. The dumb walls, lloors
and ceilings make an eloquent ap
peal for now members and their stib
Hormtions. wit liout which the pleas
ant reading room must long retain
its present weather-beaten appear
ance, Respectfully submitted,
M. A. IirmusK,
Election of trustees was uoxt pro
ceeded with. The retiring list was
nominated as a basis, with the un
derstanding that a substitute was to
bo elected for II. N. Castle, who had
loft tho country. Twelve out of tho
thirteen required were elected on
tho first ballot, but owing to scat
tering votes it took several ballots
to oleot tho now member of the
board -Dr. Emerson finally being
elected ovor a friendly antagonist.
Tho complete list is as follows: M.
M. Scott. A. S. Hartwoll. C. II.
Bishop, J. H. Fishor,H. A. Parmolee,
C. T. Rodgors, Wm. Foster, W. F.
Allen, Henry Watorhouso, S. B.
Dole, Mary A. Burbank, C. M. Hyde
and N. B. Emerson.
On the general meeting's adjourn
ing tho trustees mot and elected tho
following oflicers: C. It. Bishop,
president; M. M. Scott, vice-president;
H. A. Parmolee, secretary;
Mary A. Burbank, treasurer.
Dr. Rodgors moved that, as tho
president, Mr. Bishop, is absent
from the country at present,
tho vice-president, M. M. Scott, bo
authorized to appoint all commit
tees. This was carried and the
The string orchestra of the P. G.
will give a concert (.weather permu
ting) at Emma Square this after
noon at 4:30 o'clock. Followiug iB
Only One Horso Sold.
Tho sale of tho two thoroughbred
stallions "McGinty" and "Daylight"
by Jas. F. Morgan at noon to-day,
was not as largely attended as was
expected. "McGinty," belonging to
tho estate of tho late P. Opfoigult,
was first offered, the starting bid
being at the ridiculous low figure of
S50. Tho animal, which is only
three years old, was finally bought
in by Mr. H. Focke for tho estate at
The stallion "Daylight" harnessed
to a roadcart, was then offered.
"Daylight," two years old, was given
a trial in a roadcart yesterday over
a quarter-milo course. Tho stallion
covered tho distance in forty-two
seconds. The sale of this animal
was withdrawn, as no bid could bo
got over tho starting price, S300.
The Unknowns and MyrtloH will
play this afternoon commencing at
3 o'clock on tho League ground.
The following will be tho players:
GcNTLnMcx: The report for tho
vear from October 1, 1892, to Sep
tember 30, IS03, though not gratify
ing, is uot absolutely discouraging
when it is remembered that the lib
rary unly shaies iu the general de
pression of the time, which gives
reason lor tno hope that wiui ueixer
times tho fortunes of the library will
The records of the association
show a falling off in tho numbers of
subscribers being 100 October 1,
1801; 210 October I, 1802; 177 Octo
ber 1, 1803.
But it should be borne in mind
that a special effort was made in
December, 1801, to secure new sub
scribers. During tho year the losses of mem
bo is by death wore 1, by removal
from town G, others who have with
drawn I heir subscriptions 23; a total
loss of 33 subscribers. Sevouty-five
transient subscribers have kept the
income from dues up to nearly the
amount of last year's which was
Si312.0r. While this year's revenue
1 rom dues is j-'1277.20 giving a shrink
ago of but $37JiT notwithstanding
t he smaller number of regular sub
scribers. Tho receipts from January 1 to
September 30, 1803, show ail advance
f lorn tho same time, January 1 to
September 30, 1801, when they were
?81b, but this year SUJH.&U.
October I, 1802, 25. subscribers
were in arrears for dues to the
amount of .?."jr.o0. This year 7 aro
in anears; ."i for 1.50 each, .?7.fi();
and 2 for .1.50 eacb,S9; total, $16.50.
Tho eii dilation of books has do
cieascd this year also. Last year's
repoit shows 528." in circulation,
while tho number this year is -1093,
010 wore history, biography and
1 on architecture,
10 on agriculture,
117 essays and general literature,
."1 poetry aud drama,
58 bouud magazines,
22 mental ami moral sciences,
21 physical science,
The greatest number taken out in
any ono day was 31; tho least, 3.
In 1891, to September 30th, the
average number per day in circula
tion was 1-1 0-13; 1801-'92, average
por day, about 17; 1802-'93, average
por day, 13 3-10.
During tho year the accessions of
books have been 350, as follows:
lly purchase . . . ., SO
Ilv g fl from
II. N. nstlc 11,5
Mrs. . h. Allen (bound Harpers
March Turner . . . . Hoth
Overture Enchantment Herman
Waltz Cnrlutta Millucker
Fantasia Populai Airs Crow-dor
Gavotte Dearest Love Munkett
Medley Ridiculous (bj request) Harnard
itich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood'i
Mr. Ohas. Wallier
OI San Pianclbco.
" For several years 1 lnvo been troubled with
blotches and pimples on my faeo and body,
which were veiy nimnylng. 1 tried several pre
scriptions, and also other medicines, but they
did not seem to benefit me. Last fill a friend
auMsulmcto li Hood's Kirsjp.irilla. I was
determined to gie it
A Thorough Trial.
After using tno bottles, my skin returned to Its
natural sute. I still use it. as it gives rjio
strength an I vl'or. I never hail better health
In inj luo, and f o.r 11 w taking Hood's Sarsa-
E.irill.i" Ciias. Waiklh. Willi C.irvlll Mfg.
0., 46 Ultjhth Miect, s in rraiidseo.
Hood's Pills nro the best after-dinner
Pills, assist digestion, cure headache. 20c
HOBUON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Huwaiian Inlands.
SOMETHING NEW !
IK YOU ARE GOlr-G TO Hll.O, Hi
waii, do not forget to call in at tlie
UKKSOn.M). I'OSITIO.S. MYlltl.lh.
Chas. Auohl (. . .Kcuwe
Lanky Woods p. K. MeCorriHton
A. Hanis ....lb K. Peter
A, Miranda .2 li .... Kipa
G. Clarko. :s I) Caller
L. Mirandn ... s. s .A. Mo-mnan
Al. Hopkins r. f J, kulollu
A. Klntaro. e. f. . M. Malum
Ubas. Hopkinti 1. i . 11. rune
Ohatnborlaiu's Colic, Cholera and
When troubled with pain in the
stomach, bilious colio or diarrho.-a
give thiH medicine a trial and you
will bo more than pleased with the
result. It is pluasaut, safe and ro
liablo. 25 und HO cent bottles for
sale by all dealem. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
Dr. ('. M. H.wlu .
Mr-, (1, I.. Habonck....
Mr-. Cartw right
Mii-s D.iIhv Ourtw right .. .
ISev. W. It. Oli'sou
Hon. H. r.irker . .
Captain John (jooil ,..
Kimil'U 1', ltouuliter, 0. 8. N .
r.ngiueor (J K. Wiilils, U. B. N
Mr. n. u. tarter, .ev orK .. a
Mr. Win. Tobb, Kngliml I
Mr. 1'. CudiKoro, I'ariliault, Minn 1
(Ali-o 1 pamphlet.)
One nnoujiuoiiK ilunui 1
Thanlts to lion. C. It. Bishop's
generous donation tho constant de
mand for new books can bo bettor
met iu the coming year than iu the
year just past, greatly enhancing
(ho atti actions of the library.
The number of visits to the read
ing room during the yoar was 12,
fiO.'l; during the previous year it was
12,i90. The largest number on any
one day was 7f; tho least, 20; aor
age por day, 10; averago por month,
about 1010. No record is kept on
Sundays. By no moans have 12,000
persons ihitod the reading room,
Uf the 10 per day about one dozen
are the fcauio ouch duy; tho remaiu-
ALL ACCOUNTS I)UK TO MKB. A.
M. Mellis and not paid on or before
BATUKDAY, iJth hut., will be collected
by process of law. This notice is final.
.MKB. A. M. M1SLL1B.
Honolulu, Nov. IS, 1'B. 88,r,-lw
SEVERAL EXl'KMKNUE!) HANDS
at iiroet making. Apply at Mrs, Mol
lis' Dressmaking KstubliHhnieut.
SOME LIVING CAM'S I'OK HltEED
ini;. 100 Itipu Hawaiian Coenanuts for
I'lantllig. E. LINDEMANN.
Wnllun, Kauai. SRO-Iit
NOTICE IS HKKEBY
given that tho follow
ing ileticribed Animals will
bo Hold at 1'ubliu Auction,
on BATUKDAY'. Dec. '2.
ik'm, at z o'ciock noon, at tno uovcnmient
Pound at Makiki:
1 Day Mant with white vpot on forehead,
branded "Y" on lUhi hind leg.
1 Hay Maro with white upol on forehead,
right fore leg wliitn, no brand.
Ijtf OvnierH of the above Animals must
send in their claims within 12 days, other
wise they will he sold on tho ditto above
named, JAMKB KUKONA,
Government Pound master.
Honolulu, Nov. 17, IH'H. BSJ-'2t
SON 6Tl A & GO.
Saturday, Nov. IS, 189Sx
If newspapers can make
things lively no one can com
plain of dull times now. Last
Tuesday we had the largest
days' business since the store
was first opened and as our
sales have been uniformly
large from the beginning this
means sqmething. Just how
trade will be affected by the
"contingency" that has arisen
is hard to tell, but the impres
sion among business men is
that it's going to "drap." It
is unfortunate that anything
should have occurred to delay
the settlement of affairs be
cause a settlement is what is
wanted to restore confidence
abroad as well as at home.
No matter upon which side of
the fence the pear drops one
political faction is going to be
disappointed. It is not prob
able that the policy of Mr.
Cleveland is such that both
sides will be satisfied and as
one is to be happy, the other
not, it is unfortunate that the
strain upon the public mind is
to continue for several weeks.
In the meanwhile our lives and
property, and we trust our
minds, are to be protected
from seen or unforeseen foes.
An assurance which the peo
ple will receive with joy, par
ticularly when it is considered
that the men on both sides
have been so mild in their
arguments that there has not
been even a bloodied nose as
the result of the revolution.
When we mentioned mud
last week in connection with
mats, we had no idea that the
rain would continue falling to
such an extent that there
would be a big sale of Hart
mann steel mats. Mud makes
the demand and the more mud
the greater th" demand. For
tunately our stock of wire
mats as well as cocoa mats is
large enough to meet all de
mands. Cleanliness is next to soap.
We handle Colgates, best qua
lity toilet soap and sell it at
prices which make other deal
ers blush first and then turn
green with envy. Blush be
cause of their assurance in
asking such high prices and
turn green at the way our
stock meets the approval of
our customers. Have you ever
tried Colgates' cashmere bou-
len tons ot wire shipped
last Tuesday to people who in
tend building locked fences and
save money. Two good things
they wanted and knew where
to get them wire and stays.
Of course among people who
are not particular as to econ
omy in anything the old fash
ioned post and wire fence is
good enough. It increases
the sales of the man who deals
in posts as well as he who sells
wires. Our only surprise is
that such philanthropists don't
import nails so they can make
post and rail fences such as are
used in the effete East. It's a
good way to get rid of money.
But if you want to save, and
the stringency in the financial
market warrants everyone
keeping his hand upon his
purse, a locked fence is as
good as a savings fund.
While the weather is bad
for painting the cloudy day is
a good one on which to con
template the colors you will
use in painting your house.
We have color cards which we
will be pleased to send you,
illustrating the shades of the
Hendry ready mixed paints.
You already know that these
paints cover more space than
any other brand of prepared
paint, and we assure you that
their brilliancy will outlast all
others, If, when you open a
can, you find it unsatisfactory,
send it back and we will re
fund your money. We guar
An unusual attractive varluty of NEW
HOODS to mcot tho taste, and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a flap stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- 18 THE NEW SEASON'S -
That iiiut be ceon to be appreciated.
Also a lino oi
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering iniiuly of the
iry good gooils lor an goon
people is u stock of
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor Ifort Be Hotol StrootB.
BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT 1
JLT OTJT ZEIOIHJS I
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
.A.T CCc GCc. GL33.& 30c. I
NEW NOVELTIES IN
HHJ I)oz. White Hemstitched atfio.
:i0U Do?. Colored Bordered at 60.
A Hull Tina nf India Qill
n 1 uu uiiiu mi mum una , extka value in
IN A IX CO LOU 8
-A-a? CO CMTS!
customary good goods for
That are as useful ns they aru novel and
attractive, and of all kinds aud sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
fM- 8ANTA CLAtlH' HKM'Qt'AKTkR lifts
always been noted for its upply of Dolls
and all tho etceteras of dolldom, and this
season leads them all.
KID DOLLS, "d'ous
Nankin Doll", Rag Doll, Ktibucr Dolls
China Dolls, Dull with Fine Eronch Itis
ijue Heads, Dolls with socillud Unbreak
able Heads, China Heads.
rvfVT T O with Heal Human Hair,
LVJJLJLiO Dolls with Natural look
ing Hair, some with To Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair at all.
Bleeping Dolls, "W akeful Dollu, Smil
ing Bolls, Crying Bolls.
Tr"VT T O in Pull Dress, Half Di ess
IJULLO and Undress and raiiKing
from about three inches to nearly tureH
feet in sue, and from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, English Dolls,
German Dolls, American Dolls,
Esquimaux Dolls, Indian Doll-,,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
TWT T Heads, Doll liodies, Doll
UWLil-J Wigs, Doll's Arms, Doll's
Shoes, Doll's Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads. Doll's Trous
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, Papor Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOK GAMES, INDOOR GAMES
. B O O K1S ...
That aro a joy to behold.
Everybody and nil ages provided
for at Svnta Claus' HiuncjUutiFKs.
Extra Value iu ' Boys' Waists
WHITE AND COLORED.
AIAO UH !IOKM
Flannellette Boys' Waists
.A.XjXj .T SC CENTS.
Ladies' Dressed Kid "Gloves
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
s ' Corsets and Corset Waists
j My $1.00 Corset can't be beat.
I SI'ECIAL LOW IVRIOEB IN
I VICTORIA LAWN
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AMI A HII.I. lim: ok
House Furnishing Goods
1 am alluring at BED ROCK PRICES.
ats asx.co. .HIST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
O XT IK, TRUSTS
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose I8 wi cwlta's clot,ll
Boys1 Knee Pants
Ja.T 331. CO .A.
331 coo - xjo:
T Q G CHITTO.
PLEASE ALSO RKMEMBRK THAT I CAHRV A
L.A.:R,3-:e -:- stock:
fil9 FORT STREET
Men's, Ladies' and .Children's Shoes I
WHICH 1 AM
e&-1 iasr"viTE3 iisrsiFEOTioisr -
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Good Square Meals, 15 Gts.
No, m NUUANU 8TUK1CT
Opening Day for Xmas Goods !
519 FORT STREET.
NOTICE TO TENANTS.
NOTICE IS HEREI1Y GIVEN TO ALL
persona living as Tenants on Lauds
bulouging to thu Estate of tho late King
Kalakoua, as well as on Lauds belonging to
tlie undersigned und those of David Kami
naunkoa mid J. Kalanianaole, for which
airangoiueuts havo been niailo between
them aud Mr. J. Paakaula, that payment
of runt must hereafter be niado to inu per
sonally, wiien maKing payment it ih re.
AVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IX PARIS, A LARGE
These Frum-h Brushes arc celebrated the World over for
their Excellence of Fixissii and Durability,
and cost you xo more than the ill-made
quested that touants bring copies of their
leases anu tno lasi receipt recoiveu ny
them. It is ulso the wish of tho undor-
Hiu'iied to meet and confer with tenants on
the tlrHt day of every month for six
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 "rPort StTt, - - Honolulu, H. I.
eliding April Hi, 18111,
ng October 111, 1MU, and
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BprcukeU' Hloolr,
307 irORT STREET.
Ollice ut Honuakaha.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1803. tttO-Iin
MIL JOHN (IRUENW'ALD OP HANA,
Maui, having made an assignment
to me of all his property for Iho benollt of
his creditors, all persons having claims
against said John Hruomwild are hereby
requested to pruseut tho same to me ill the
ollice of II. Haekfeld & Oo,, Honolulu,
within two months from date or thoy will
be forever barred.
J. K. HACKPELD,
Assignees of John (Irucuunld,
Honolulu, Nov. 13, tb!U. Ml Hi
A LL PERBONH HAVING L'LAIMH
XV ugalust l.DMUNii IIaiit uill plcatu
present thu sumo to the undersigned ut his
ollice. Muiuhitut Btreot.
Honolulu, Nor. 4, IbW. e7Htf
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
Mill THE SALE OP
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City,
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San June, (Jul,, U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Amerivn's b'inext 1'iuductiwi, Jiich and Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Ueliulde,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prime of Hummer Drlnka,
tW Thesu Hoods uro (luitraiiteed Klrst-olass In ever retpoot and are ottered
salt at Very Reasonable Price, H37-3iu
Mutual Tglkpuunk 308 I'obr OmoE Box 187