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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of. All.
DISHONEST CLERK CAUGHT.
that tbo Prosulont will not under
tnko nnv uuirotintious for stroncthon
ing tbo relations botwoou tbo United Ho Wft8 spiriting Away Goods of
Stntos and Hawaii until a permanent m Y?min..a
fit itt tTftv ttinti ( lifia nnnn naf ilt. I "
liabed by tbo voice of tbo pooplo.
TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1893.
In tbo ease of tbo Provisional
Government vs. Homy Woluh, a
foreign jury composed largely of
supporters of tlio Guverument, litis
decided that tbo public has rigbts
which ovou tbo military are bound
to respect. Tbo undertaking of tbo
prosecution was no eredit to the
Government, as common courtesy
vwis known to bavo been violated by
tbo soldiers in wantonly blocking
tbe right of wtvy of the street car.
It is renorled this afternoon that
tbe message will bo equivalent to
favoring the restoration of tbo queen
to tbo throno. .
It is authentically reported that a
young man, one of the first to got
into and out of employment from
tbo Provisional Government, was
circulating a petition yesterday ask
ing the Government to retire. Tbo
canvass was successful, it is said, in
securing over one hundred signa
tures to the petition, presumably
among sorehead annexationists for
revenue. No other class is anxious
to see tbo present executive retire
before tbo sot lleniuut of our affairs
under the direction of tbo United
States now believed to bo close at
Only the most ordinary gentle
manly instincts would prevent the
Adortisor from carrying its stale
hpite against the manager of the
Hawaiian Tramways Company to
tbo extent of positive indecency. In
giving an account of a brutal assault
committed upon Air. Pain, that pa
per takes occasiou to lampoon that
gentleman as if he was the author
instead of the victim of the outrage.
It employs its full vocabulary of low
satire to mako Mr. Pain appear as
lidicujousas possible, convoying the
impression that his maltreatment
was the most pleasing thing the
nanator had to record for some
tinio, Shame on such journalism!
THE CHANGE OF ADMIRALS.
There appears by the papers re
ceixed by tbo Irmgard to bo much
speculation in tbe United States as
to tbo cause for a change in the chief
naal command at Honolulu. The
Washington correspondent of the
Now York Herald connects the re
lies ing of Admiral Skorrett by Ad
miral Irwin with the declaration of
the President's policy by Minister
Willis expected to bo made as near
tbo same time as possible. Tbe idea
apparently was to have a commander
hero then who had not bad the
opportunity of such unusually in
timate relations with tbo Provisional
Government as bad Admiral Skor
rott owing to bis sta- baling been
to a largo extent during the vacancy
in the post of Minister Plenipoten
tiary, and to his orders, consequently,
in all probability being suited to the
different state of affairs existing
while the decision was still in abey
ance at Washington. Ah is now
known here, however, contingencies
baie arisen to defer the diplomatic
declaration of the policy of the
American administration. Hut as,
the Herald correspondent intimates
that tbo intention was to have the
policy announced simultaneously iu
both countries, there is a probability
of our people's recoiviug tin long
looked for announcement through
the United States papers by this
week's mail. What effect such an
invoice of intelligence might have
on the Minister's decision to await
further advice from his Government
would remain to be seen.
Foroign Jury Making Progress -Matters
The foreign jury that tried Harry
Welch foi furious and heedless driv
ing returned a lordiet of not guilty,
two dissenting, yesterday aftomoon.
Ah Mu pleading guilty this morn
ing to violation of tbo gambling law
was fined Set) and .SIS.IH) costs. A
nolle prosequi was outored on bo
lialf of Ting Kim, his co-defendant.
Peterson for defendants. The de
fendants had appealed from fines of
750 and costs each imposed by Dis
trict Judge Poster.
Teraiikn Avas tried this moruiuir
by the following jury for liquor sell
ing: .J.S. Martin, J. H. Bruus, V.
D. Alexander, Jr., T. Krouse, T. F.
Lansing, 12. O. White, H. Gunu, E.
A. Melnemy, C. W. Booth, H. W.
Mist. E. A. Jones. Fred.Pbilp. They
took only four minutes to find a vor
dict of guilt-, one dissenting. The
prisoner was sentenced to pay a lino
of ,?l(X and $18.50 costs. Neumann
and Kaulukou for defendant.
Ah Kai was next put on trial for
unlawful possession of opium, tbo
following jury being sworn: C. W.
Maefarlano, J. M. Angus, J. A. Ken
nedy, W. Ur. Urasli, Unas, riaii,
Prank Y inter, J. S. Walker, T. A.
Lloyd, Geo. Dillingham, H. von
Holt, J. M. Webb, Fred. Harrison.
Tbe defense was reached at 2 p. m.,
after J udgo Cooper had over-ruled
a motion for discharge. Kaulukou
MATTERS AT CHAMBERS.
W. H. Castle, attorney for plain
tiff, lias filed notice of motion to
amend the complaint in E. A. Jones,
assignee of Geo. K. Norton, vs. Eliz.
In the matter of the guardianship
uf Wm. K. Ellis and two others,
minors, before Judge W biting, Hie
Court examined an account filed by
the executors of tbo will of A. .).
Cartwright, late guardian of said
minors, and tbo same was approved.
Victoria S. Ellis, having come of
age. it was ordered that she be paid
her share of the assets in the execu
tors' bauds, tlio one-third distribu
tive share being tho sum of J(3G(i.(iG.
The sum of $l:J.'!3.34 paid into Court
by tbo executors was ordered to be
invested by tbo Clork for account of
tho other two minors.
Before tho same Judge, in the
matter of tbo guardianship of Kaaua
(k.) non compos, an account covering
tho period of over ten years was
submitted to the Court and, after
examination of the same and refer
ence to the master's report, it was
appiovcd. The guardian, C. P. Iau
kea, gave satisfactory explanation as
to certain matters referred to by the
master, and the guardian was re
quested to lile Ins accounts annu
ally and to apply to the Court to ex
pond on the principal, which in this
case was some sixty dollars short of
the original amount. Guardian in
Mabu, an oiuployoo in tbo Manu
facturers' Shoo Co. store on Fort
street, was arrested yesterday after
noon, on a charge of larceny of threo
pairs of shoes, the property of tlio
firm. Mr. D. B. Smith, manager,
had boon missing noniu of his stock
Intel-, but placed no suspicion on
Mabu. Yesterday morning Mr. F.
Ma, while rummaging iu tho rear
of tlio store, found throo pairs of
new shoos iu tho rubbish box. Ho
notified Mr. Smith, who in turn re
ported to tho Marshal. Detective
Larson was immediately put on tho
ease. Ho stationed two spies in an
upper story of the building to watch
the package in I lie rubbish box.
About 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon
the spies saw Mabu come out of tho
roar door and picking up the pack
ago hand it to Kaoo, a hack drivor,
who bad walked in tho lauo. The
spies descending arrested both men.
Mabu admitted that ho bad stolon the
shoos, adding that it was to sell
them to a man at the hshmarkot for
a cheaper price. 'The fishmarkot
man bad boon bothering him for
some time for cheap shoes.
Tho hack drivor, Kaoo. was search
ed at tho Police Station, and in his
left trousers' pocket was found
about fifty conta' worth of opium.
Ho was charged with having opium
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miiuwiuu iu jjussosaiuii.
has beeu sot for tho 25th.
Hawaiian QarQware Co., L'Q
FIFTY TINS OF OPIUM.
Information baviuir reached Cap
tain Andrews that a quantity of
opium was to be delivered yesterday
evening on Vineyard street, he went
to tho place, aceouipauiod by Officer
Sam Stone. The men stationed
themsolves at the lower oud of the
road, and wore not long iu hidiuq
when a hack drove up and halted
within a short distance. A Chinese
back followed and a Chinaman
jumped out and walked up to tbe
first one. He walked backward and
forward several times, presumably
striuing a uargaiu. r many mo oin
cers thought that it was about time
a scoop was made. One of the men
jumped for tho horse in tlio front
hack when tho drivor, Jack Neill,
jumped out and tried to escape
through a lane, but was captured by
Stone, who clapped a pair of hand
cuffs on bis wrists. A bag, which
was afterward found to contain fifty
tins of opium, was dropped by Neill.
Tbe Chinese hack drove off un
molested. The Chinaman who had
been negotiating for tho purchase
of the dope, had a bag of coin in bis
band. Neill's trial has been set for
Koonis to let with board at Ilaui-
A GLEAM OF LIGHT.
Every paper of a certain date re
ceived by the Bm.iniN from tbe files
brought by the Irmgard bad a piece
cut out of tbe telegraphic news.
We noior before bad so much reason
to sympathize with the average wo
man, when her curiosity is aroused
to a violent pitch over a newspaper
thus mutilated. Tho missing intelli
gence iu this case is probably the
following which is furnished to tho
Advortisor by its San Francico cor
respondent. It is quite iu harmony
with previous intimations of the
United States administration's pro
bable policy regarding Hawaii, at
which the annexation prints of Ho
nolulu have ejected a groat deal of
derision and of poorly concealed
wiatb. This news is furnished by
the Washington correspondent of
tho Now York Herald:
Tbo President's message transmit
ting tho reports and correspondence
on tbe Hawaiian question will, 1 am
reliably informed, bo transmitted to
Coiigioss during tbe present week,
probably to-morrow. Tho message,
1 am told, will bo a complete dis
avowal of the actions of the last
administration, including tho action
of Minister Stevens iu aiding and
abetting the revolutionary move
ment which resulted in the over
throw and the recognition ami nego
tiation with the Provisional Govern
ment, whiuh had practically estab
lished itself. Papers from .Mr. Blount
aud others will furnish evidence
that Minister Stevens was instru
mental iu tho overthrow of the
(jueuii, It is uUu reliably assorted
Befoio the same Judge. In the
matter of the bankruptcy of Samuel
Parker. This being tho return day,
tho following counsel appeared be
fore the Court: C. Creightou, on be
half of tho petition filed by J. F.
Bowler; W. A. Kinney, on behalf of
tho petition filed by the Wilder S.
S. Co. aud others, aud A. P. Peter
son, who appeared as counsel for
the respondent. On motion of Mr.
Peterson, agreed to by counsel for
tho petitioning creditors, the return
day was extended until next Mon
day, when it is hoped that counsel
for tho respondent will file an ans
wer establishing an issue in the
cause. No return as yet has boon
made by tho Marshal in this case
owing to certain preliminaries to bo
attended to and tho pending corres
pondence as to respondent's pro
perty on tho other islands.
A GAMBLING JOINT.
Raided by the Police and Nine Celes
Officers Logan, Kanao aud Koawo
bawaii made a raid this noon on a
Chinese grocery store situated at
the corner of Kekauliko aud King
streets. The result was nine China
men were placed under arrest as
participants in a gambling game
called ".sup-uug-hoo." When tho
officers entered tbo store tho gam
blers wore given warning by a Chin
ese woman, hence a stampede en
sued aud two of tbe gamblers es
caped through a roar window. A
pile of mouoy lyiug on the table was
grabbed with a view of hiding it,
but the officers managed to lay their
hands on some of the coin. At the
Station bail was fixed at $25 apiece,
aud a few minutes afterwards one
of tho gamblers was bailed out.
For New Silks aud Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Maile."
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Goo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Beretauia street, near Emma.
Cnu. Herskind aud J. McMeekin,
Piano Tuners and Teachers, Pen
hallow House, Beretauia street. Mu
tual .telephone Oil. Lessons given
on Piano for beginners aud practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
will be promptly attended to.
Australian Veterinary Establishment, Syd
ney, H. S. W.
I tnke plutiMiro In nnnounelng that I
liavo usttibllslit-il nn Agency in Hono
luln for the aalo of luy woll-kiiowti
Kennedies, and lmvo appointed Mn.
t'LMlKSCK W. MAUARt.ANK IIIVBoIc
Agent for the Hawaiian Island and
IRlBiied JOHN POTT IK.
P. K. V. M. S.
Culling attention to tho nbovo
announcement, I beg to inform
plantation owners, ranchers and
tho public generally that 1 am
now in full supply of all of Dr.
Pottie's Celebrated Remedies, to
gether with his treatises on the
principles of doctoring animals
und the remedies to be used.
Dr. rottie stands pre-eminently
at the head of the veteri
nary profession and his leading
remedies are known throughout
the whole civilized world. No
system known has shown such
splendid results. During the 20
yeur? in which Dr. Pottie has
hud charge of the Government
stables of New South Wales not
a single death occurred. Dur
ing the outbreak of "Pink Eye"
in Australia over (0,)()0 worth
of horses were lost, but of the
cases treated by Dr. Pottie's re
medies LESS THAN ONE PERCENT
niEi. Last year over 7,000,000
animals were treated by Dr.
Pottie and his corps of assis
tants, which will afford some
idea of the magnitude of his
business anil the efficiency and
popularity of his remedies.
Special cases of assorted re
medies can be had at prices
ranging from $5 to jfloU, suit
able for plantations, stables and
ranches; these remedies keep
I especially call attention to
Dr. Pottie's celebrated and un
failing remedy for Maxoe, which
is so widely prevalent in these
Islands at this time. I regard
this as a certain cure, and can
show testimonials for cures al
ready effected of very aggra
The following comprise some
of the principal Horse, Cattle,
SJieep, Dog and Pig Kemedioi,
O at J're-binakini;. Api,l at Mr. Mel-
Ask Your Friends
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what thov think of it, and tho re
plies will bo positive iu its favor.
.Simply what Hood's Sarsaparilla
docs, that tolls the story of its me
rit. One has boon cured of indiges
tion or dyspepsia, another liuds it
indispensable for sick headache or
biliousness, while others report ro
markablo cures of scrofula, catarrh,
rheumatism, salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
Tho dill'oront coiiiiianies of tho
Hawaiian National Guard, volun
teers aud regulars, were uoliflod
yesterday evening that there will be
a battalion drill on Pnlacu .Square at
7 o'clock to-morrow evening, provid
ing tho wuathur is not stormy. Tlio
guards aro expected to assemble in
tho drill shed at ):!(() o'clock, Tho
P. G, baud will head the column of
SOME LlVIN'ii CARPS FOR HUEED
itiK. liK) Kim: Hawaiian Cacounutt for
I'lantiiiK. V.. UNDEMANN.
Wiilluu, Kauai. t80-:it
ELECTION OK OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Union l'Vul Co., ,'it, hold iu Hono
lulu on tin' l.'itli iluy of November. IS!M,
the following utlli'ius weio elected to serve
for the eiiHiiing , ear:
IS. ('. Mut'failuui! 1'ieMilent.
W. F. Allen Viei'-ProMilent.
F. W. Maefarlaue. Tieu. ,V Manager.
F. Ivliinip Auditor.
F. It. Villa Beeretarj.
F. U. VI DA.
SSD-lw Seuietary U. F. Co., Lt'd.
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Hlnok Douglas Oil,
Green Healing Lo
tion, Black Healing T,o-
Gall ami Shoulder
Heal All. or Golden
t'oudil on Hall,
Gr ne and Colli1
Stud Cattl Calving.
Scour-, in Calves,
Hoven Powder, for
Condi uent forSym-
Pleuro Drench, for
mixing with drink
for mixing with
Red Water Drenoli
Canes of Assorted Remedies in bottles,
from 5 to '.20, with printed pamph
lets on Disiase, Breeding and
dllucult pin Oculars.
Tape Worm Speci-
Lung, Bowels and
Fluke and Liver
Catarrh iu Sheep,
Salt Bush Lick,
Medicate 1 Prevent
Foot Rot Dip Pow
der, Foot Rot Huii'l
DUBLIN AND GLASGOW HORSE
Large Fat Cornfed Turkeys!
suoKiisro DPIOS !
CW Inquire of
C W. MAOFARLANE.
The Queen street Shaving Parlors
(Adjoining Morgan's Auction Room)
ol i an oiirwN a -
First Clasa Shave or Hair Cut
iMI'lmCKH AND DKM.KK IN
Gent's, Ladles' aud Children's Boots, Shoes
No. 103 iPort Streot.
rpHU WEEKLY BULLETIN-' COL.
1 limits ol InUrctlng Reading Mutter.
Ulanrt.4; nmllwl to fnrolifii oountrl-i, .
For Brood Mare1.,
For Stud Cattle,
Trainers' Sltin aud
Thohe aie all Special Remedies for i'uie
Bred AuiuiaU, aud adapted for the
Peculiar Condition of the
Fanners' Heal All,
Case of Assoited
OILS FOR HUMAN
Joint aud Spine Oil,
Lily Hair Oil,
Drawing Room Scented Disinfectant,
Flower Grub and Fly Protector.
The Nutrient Salve nourishes the Rutin
and Ni'i viM--it is a Food for them,
adapted for prolonging Life
aud keeping the
The l'inet Soaps Manufactured for
Skin and Complexion,
All Island orduis nromiitlv Ht-
tended to and full Instructions accompany
each bottle, For further particulars In
Huh Altrtfvr Ik, I'utttt. lm
Saturday, Nov. 18, 189S.
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 something. 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 winch tne 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
quet? Ten tons of 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
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hpreokelu' Block,
807 FORT STREET.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort Be Hotel Streota,
I BEU TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great - Many - Specialties
.A.T OTJT PRICES !
Extra Value in Indies' Blouses
-A.T CCc, OCc. a.n.3. 90c.
A Full Line of India Silk
IN ALL COLOHB
-&.W CO CE1T9S.
Extra Value in Boys' Waists
WII1TK AND COLOKKD.
ALCO I'ltTY DO.KNh
Flannell'ette Boys' Waists
a.XjXj -A.T ac CEina.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
KVKKY PAIR WARRANTED
.A.T mi. co.
NEW NOVELTIES IN
100 Doz. White Hemstitched nt 60.
l!00 Do.. Colored Bordered, at Bo.
EXTRA VALUE IN
I flrwoniti anA Pnront Waictc
My $1.00 Corset can't bo bent.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES IN
and INDIA LINEN
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AND A FULL LINK OF
House Furnishing Goods
1 am ollering at BED ROOK PRICES.
.IUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
. EXTRA VALUE
AT SC CH1TTO.
PI.KASK ALSO RKMEMHRR THAT X CARRY A
L.AJR,CKE -:- STOCK
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
WHICH I AM
LOWER PRICES th&Thouse
ar I UST-VITEl INSPECTION -fW
Jl xi JrC -L-i X CJ' JBx ,
Comer Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
Those French Brushes arc celebrated the World over
their Excem.excjk ov Finish and Durability,
and cost you xo more than the ill-mude
HOLLISTER & CO.,
683 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
LOVEUOY cfe OO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOB THE SALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sum" Wine Cellum, Nupii City,
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
.S'n Joxe, Cut,, U. .$'. A.
Dallemanil & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, Rivh and Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Reliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Diinkt.
Wr-TliubuUooitaiirt'Uuurttiituoil Flml-cluHn liit-very retiirct unci aru oUerrJ for
Bin ul Wry llciuoimulu I'rlutu, t7i)tu
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