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A !,),, .
IB DAILY BOLLBTIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, NOV. 27, 1893.
For tho snkis of spaco, our gonural
comments on tho mass mooting aro
mado running with tho roport. Spe
cial cuminonts aro in part roaorvod
lor a loss urowiluri day.
"In spito of tho Bulletin's adviuo,
'not to countona'uco tho mass moot
ing' of Saturday, that advice was not
taken to any alarming oxtont." So
says tho Advortibor. Thou tho not
enormous gathoring was largely
composed of thoso wo advisod to
btay away opponents of tho annex
ation movement. That accouuts for
tho fact that not half tho hats wore
swung whou cheers wore called for.
War and Humors of War
Whether cool, calm, collected and
consecutive thought, as in a problem
of Euclid, has been given as a means
to an end in tho events of 17th
January and subsequently, seems to
me a serious 'matter for discussion.
On tho 18th January a prominent
P. G. said in my hearing, pointing
to tho Palace, "Thank God we have
got rid of that incubus."' Now so
far as my knowledge teaches me, 1
take it that an incubus is something
dangerous to a man's system, llio
body politic, or tho social world. 1
call a thief an incubus, but it was
news to mo to be told that a Palace
or the occupant of it under consti
tutional government wasau incubus.
Euclid or logical conclusions are
here left out.
On the 1st February, tho same
prominent P. G. said again in my
heariug, whou Grand Old Glory was
raised, "up sho goes and sho'il never
come down.' My reply was, "I've
heard or as pretty flags as that com
ing down." Again tho gentleman's
Euclid was at fault and the Hag did
come dowul When Old Glory does
go up in right and justice sho never j
will come down, but let Gou in Jtlis
goodness save us from such smirch
ing of the dear old flag as was givon
her on the 1st February by such
men as were engaged in that trans
action. Now take the P. G. proclamation
of tho 17th January and we find that,
the Euclid of it was annexation to
the United States. Now that luis
boeu refused. What next? Hero i.i
where the seriousness of the situa
tion comesiu. And 1 hope thai if
there aro any serious men left tliey
will ponder well what 1 say. The
matter has now got out of tho hands
of every person on these Islands, be
they Qikl.v or dubbed President,
and I will show how; by repeating
what was reported to mo only this
morning. A man supposed to have
reasonable souse made this reply to
another who asked, "What will you
do in tho event of British marines
landing1" The reply is significant,
and mark it well, ''We've got a thou
sand men to prevent them landing."
Here again, this man's Euclid is at
fault. Suppose the case for a mo
ment! Suppose resistance was given
to the landing of British troops!
Vhat would bo the result' Hono
lulu in r.triNs! Do tho men of the
P. G. want this? Have thoy thought
out tho logical conclusions which
aro as inevitable as olatu? America
has mado a mist. ike, not her own
fault, but that of a mistaken, and
misguided and fanatic Minister.
Sho can repair that mistake just.
so far under present treaty ar
rangements and no farther. Sho
can with grace put the Queen on
her rightful throne, but there she
may bo expected to stop, but sho
has another lemedy to fall back up
ou and that is treaty tho of England
and Franco, guaranteeing tho abso
lute independence of this Kingdom
and the men aro hero to make it
respected, maugro tho force of tho
P. G. 1 have little doubt that the time
will come when Grand Old Glory will
wave oor these Islands, but the
idiotic and shortsighted policy of
the powers that bo has sot it back
All 1 hope, Mr. Editor, is that the
calm sense of those at the head of
the Provisional Government will
prevail against the absurd nonsense
of the irresponsibles under their
control. If they aro sensible men
they will drop tho question and re
turn (those who have them,) to their
I earo not for the bombast of Sat
urday's meeting which 1 consider
an insult to the United States.
What 1 am indeed sorry for is that
Mr. F. Judd should have daked to
say a word while holding tho oilico
A parting word as a warning.
Think carefully over tho position
Englauu aim i ranee liolus and how
far the American Govorumetit and
theso two nutions understand each
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Henry More, a deserter from Wai
luku plantation for several mouths,
was caught about midnight last
night. Sam Stone located him at a
house at Kuuawai, and found him
stuck under tho bod.
Kov. J. Waiauinu announced in
the Kaumakapili church yesterday
evening, that thoro would bo diviiio
services hold in that edifice to-morrow,
Ho added that ho would not
presidu, but would send a woman to
conduct services, A storm of indig
nation drowned whalovor ul&u ho
wanted to say.
Kosidouts in Pauoa aro complain
ing of the muddy condition of the
Pauoa road running oil Nuuuuu
street. This road has not boon re
paired for some time, and it is about
timo something was dono to it, Jt
is so uarrow that if a vohiolo Is com
ing, you liavo a good ohauco of full
ing iti tho bordering laro patches in
trying to avoid it,
LOOM AND GENERAL NEWS.
Chas. J. Fishol gives' final warning
to his dobtors.
Tho P. G. band plays at Emma
W. H. Kickard has some grand
horse stock for sale.
Tho Hawaiian jury aro required
Thoro was an annexation moot
ing at Ewa on Thursday evening.
Lodue lo Proixros, A. F. S: A. M.,
holds its monthly meotiug this ovon
iug. Thoro wore thirty-ono arrests bo
twoou Saturday night and Monday
Tho night hawks aro still out,
making people uorvous with thoir
Tho S. S. China was reported olT
Waiinanalo at half-past 2 o'clock
Tho Unknowns defeated the Hea
1 nu is iu a baseball gauio on Saturday
by a score of 8 to 5.
A small sloamer or schooner may
find a buyer or a charterer on appli
cation to the Bulletin otlice.
' Che iindor of a black whalebone
wh ip lost on Sunday will be reward
ed on leaving it at this office.
T). Liilii was fined S7 in the Dis
trict Court to-day for assault aud
batioty on Pak Chee, yesterday.
Ttm'e bluejackets from tho U. S.
S. Vhiladelphia wore arrested this
mou'iiing for breaking their liberty.
A half-caste Chinese woman was
bn ught from Lihue, Kauai, yoster
da y, consigned to tho Insane Asy
To-morrow is Hawaiian Iudepeu
donco Day. True Hawaiiaus will
celebrate tho event as usual with
Several goutlemen loft the Opera
Uotiso rather abruptly last Saturday
ttvouing, during the minstrel per
formance. I To-morrow, Independence Day,
there will bo a thanksgiving service
in St. Andrew's Cathedral at 9 a. m.
Mr. Pfotouhauor and Miss Heil
boru will bo married this ovou:ug at
tho residence of Mr. H. F. Glade by
Rev. H. lseuberg.
Tho continuation of the Coroner's
inquest into tho death of Frederika
Renkeu has been postponed until
The marines aud bluejackets from
H. B. M. S. Champion attended
diviue services at .St. Andrew's aud
tho Komau Catholic Cathedrals yes
terday. There was a cloudburst in the Ka
lihi mountains about 2 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. The Kalihi stream
rose suddenly about six feet and
Planters mav be interested iu the
notice of the National Caue Shred
der iu this issue. All information
cau ue had ol VV.G. lrwm A: Co..
L'd, solo agents.
' Special police McNabo caused the
arrest of Ids wife yesterday for de
sertion. Tho couple wore married
three weeks ago. This morning the
wife had tho husband ar'rosted for
using threatening language against
It is reported that all P. Gov
ernment employees will bo locked
up iu tho Executive building on
Thursday night, and compelled to
carry a gun. Should any further
political uows arrive by tho China
tliey will bo rouudod up in the ovou
ing. Members of Hawaiian Lodge, F.
A: A. M., aud all brethren iu good
standing are invited to tho old lodge
room at 7 o'clock sharp this even
ing, for a special mooting prior to
the dedication services at tho now
People who want to do auy house
furnishing at this season will find
.something to thoir advantage iu
L'hoo. H. U a vies & Co.'s announce
ment. A clearance sale at 25 per
cent discount for four weeks is a
Last Saturday morning Ben Cor
rea, a Bulletin hows carrier, broke
one of his legs iu two places above
tho kuco while riding on a small cart.
Correa's leg got tangled with the
rope and ho was dragged quite a
distance. Dr. McLennan was called
to attend the young sufferer.
go about tho acquisition of it In a
docout, manly aud honost way. Ho
should not take it nieroly through
brute force. That is entirely too
"English, you know." PoUtluma
It looks as if justice was at last to
bo motod out to those who havo by
high-handed proceedings and tho
aid of our navy deposed the Quoon
of tho Hawaiian lslauds Liliuoka
laui, witli whom this nation was on
friendly tortus, aud established a
Provisional Government. If Clove
land should restore the deuosod
Queen to her throne aud punish tho
revolutionists who usurped the Gov
ernment, then ho will receive tho
thanks of all those who bolieve iu
fair play. Hun Bernardino Courier.
Catarrh In tho Hoad
Is undoubtedly a disease of tho
blood, aud as" such only a reliable
blood purifier cau oiled a perfect
and permanent cure. Hood's Sar
sapanlla is tho host blood purifier,
and it has cured many very sovoro
cases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times loads to consumption. Take
Hood's Sarsaparilla before it is too
Hood's Pills do not purge, pain or
gripo, but act promptly, easily and
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Lodge le Progres do l'Oceanio, No. 194,
A. F. & A. M.
A MEETING OF
X Lodge lu I'rogres do l'Oeeonie, No. 124.
nt its null on
rpHEKE WI1.I. Ill'
Klin; street, between Bethel
THIS (Monday) EVENING,
7, iu 7:30 o clock, for
ItK'ii'LMi Monthly Hmixkhh mi
El.Kl'TlON OF OFFIOTtnS.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge mid all
sojourning Uretlirenaru fraternally invited
to bo present.
l$y order uf tho XV.: M.
F. H. KKDWAKD,
Hawaiian Lodne, No. 31, F. & A. M.
rpHEKE WILL hE A SPECIAL MLET
JL ing of Hnwniiun Lodue, No. 21 F. &
A. M., at iia Hall, corntruf Fori and Queen
st vet-, TH1B (Monday) EVENING, Nov.
'.'7th. at 7 o'clock.
All lirniher Muou In good standing are
requested to meet at the Old Lodge Kooiit,
corner of Fort aid Queen stieet.-, at 7 r. m.
sharp, previous t" the Deui. ation Services
at the ev Temple.
A Committee will be in attcdunee at the
New Temple, at 7 v. M. to receive the ladies.
T. E. WALL,
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE ME, AND NOT
pai hy Tue-day, December 5, 1813,
wl 1 be prosecuud at once.
Sf-'-lw CHAS. J. FI8HEL.
Al'AItTV DES1KES TO jh.
liny or to Charter a ZyiF&U
Small Ste'ann r or Schooner. SmSUJ
For pai ti'MilarJ, call at the "wS
Olllce of thN paper. 92-lm
and Smith's "Avalanche"
Oomes Down Easy.
Juego Grosham, Secretary of State,
was Circuit Judge of the United
States for a number of years aud re
signed the position to accept a place
in the Cabinet. He commanded tho
respect of tho people as a jurist and
had the reputation of being able
aud conscientious and thoroughly
imbued with American principles.
J t is but reasonable to assume that
the character of the man has not
been changed since last March and
that he is as holiest, capable and
conscientious now as ho was while
on tho bench, If ho is iu possession of
all the facts iu the Hawaiian case
his suggestions as to what tho United
States should do are doubtless
prompted by a desire to deal justly
aud impartially with Queen Liliuo
kalaui; but unless it is clearly shown
that the United States is responsible
for her dethronement its power
should not bo used .to restore her
Government. Brno (AVr.) State Jour
nal. Tho action of tho Administration
iu declining lo consummate the pro
posed contention of the Hawaiiati
Islands ought to bo approved by all
right-thinking American citizens.
When one comes to think of it this
gobbliug of a weak and puny power
by a powerful nation is a pretty con
tumuliblu niece of business. If Un.
olo Sain wants uiutw territory lot him I PulUiin 0jlce,
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
When you have goods whioli
the people want, the best way is
to advertize so thut tliey the
people, cuti reud, murk, learn
nnd inwurdlv digest, what you
lmve to advertise. Our
Catalogue of Books, Etc
forwarded with lust Saturday's
Bulletin, has already brought
its results. About our
We have not not imported any
trash. Everything is good and
Everybody admits so fur that
JLJ OL ZEj 3
are the best uud most reason
able iu price. ' -. ,
Our DIARIES for 1894 are
all reudv to sell. Our
include the latest and best.
Do not forget our little CABI
NET SOUVENIR. Just tho
thing to send to friends abroad,
price In cents,
A lino display of Dolls' Fur
niture and Tea Sets.
Never was a nicer line of
with Solid Silver Ornaments, of
fered the public, and mind you
tliey are not at jewellers' figures
A pretty display of Vuses,
Cups aud Saucers, etc,
A good lino of Portfolios, Oro
quet, Lawn Tennis and Base
ALL FOB GASH ONLY.
All kinds of (Unnmcroial Prinliny
promptly' vxevutfd nt " ruf- ul thu
Saturday, Nov. 85, 1898.
If Honolulu was a place
where long twilights were, com
mon all the year 'round the
necessity for lamps, good lamps,
would not be as great as it is.
But jumping from sunset to
dark as we do here, five or six
months in the year, people re
quire lamps "early and often."
And when you are getting one
why not buy something that is
ornamental as well as service
able. In the selection of our
lamps we have been careful to
get only those you can live
with harmoniously, something
that will not make .the eye
weary or tne neart sad. in
the last decade rapid strides
have been made toward per
fection in lamps; ornamenta
tion has reached a stage where
"ginger bread" has made room
for elegance, and this stage is
reached as well in iron as brass
and silver. 'One banquet lamp
in wrought iron is particularly
"noticeable for the richness of
design and exquisite workman
ship. Each curve in the tails of
the dragons which hold the hand
some Rookwood fount looks
as natural as if the dragons had
posed as models for the work
man. We know of a half dozen
libraries where this lamp would
harmonize with the surround
ings. In brass a high stand lamp,
rather massive in appearance
but light in the filagree con
struction, like Mexican Jewelry.
This lamp in its effect differs
from the wrought iron men
tioned above only as a black
silk dress would difler from
one of lighter shade. One is
subdued richness while the
other carries with it a light
ness of character not found in
sombre black. We have twen
ty different varieties of these
lamps, sufficient to suit the
tastes of every one. We re
ceived by the Irmgard the
balance of our invoice of silk
shades and can show you to
day the latest designs in such
contrivances for adding to the
beauty of your lamp. Orange
and black is the prevailing com
bination of. color but we have
as many colors as we have
styles of lamps.
The people in Honokaa are
crying for mud while the resi
dents of Honolulu with their
usual generous spirit are will
ing to ship all that is in the
streets trom ralama to funa
hou and from the wharf to the
Pali. More than that, they are
willing to sacrifice all that
passes through the water
mains and which the Honolulu
people are cooking and eating
or drinking every day. But
there is no apparent reason
for anyone taking a peck of
dirt into the stomach at a single
meal or even in a day. The
Improved Stone Filter is the
means adopted in the United
States, and pretty generally
here, as a preventative for such
unwholesome things being
taken into the stomach. If
these filters were used in cer
tain countries Hawaii would
have no use for a quarantine
station. Physicians recommend
our filter for its cleanliness and
getatableness. There is not a
part of it that cannot be cleaned
in an instant. Our last invoice
takes in all sizes from the "wee
bitty" to the one large enough
for a hotel.
The demand upon our stock
of small iron stoves has been
so great of late that our small
est size was sold out before a
new lot arrived. Last week
two sailing vessels from the
Coast brought us a lot of new
ones and we can supply the
people who want a really good
small stove at a low price. Of
all the iron stoves made none
will stand the daily wear and
tear like the "Pansy." Our
sales of this particular stove
have been enormous during
the past four years and we
have never yet had a complaint
trom people using them.
Every mail from the other
Islands brings us inquiries and
orders for locked fence. The
economy and strength of the
fence is what wins the friend
ship of the plantation manager,
If you do not know what a
locked fence is we will be pleased
to answer any correspondence
in regard to it.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Australian Veterinary Establishment, Syd
ney, N, S. W.
I tuku plettBHrc in announcing that I
Iihvb estflbllbhert an Agency in Hono
lulu for the sale of uiy woll-known
Iieniecties, ami have appointed Jin.
Cl.AHEM'E W, MaCFARLANK MIV Solo
Afiont for the. Hawaiian Ialanus and
United States. .'
Jllgued JOHN POT Tit,
. P. E. V. M. 8.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort 8b Hotel Stroeta.
Galling attention to the above
announcement, I beg to inform
plantation owners, ranchers and
tho public generally that I am
now in full supply of all of Dr.
Pottie's Celebrated Remedies, to
gether with his treatises on the
principles of doctoring animals
and the remedies to he used.
Dr. Pottie 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
years in which Dr. Pottie has
had charge of the Government
stahles of New .South Wales not
a single death occurred. Dur
ing the outbreak of "Pink Eye"
in Australia over (10,000 worth
of horses were lost, but of the
eases treated hy Dr. Pottie's re
medies I.KSS THAN ONE I'KKCKNT
died. Last year over 7,000,000
animals were treated by Dr.
Pottie and his corps of assis
tants, which will utlbrd some
idea of the magnitude of his
business and the efficiency and
popularity of his remedies.
Special oases of assorted re
medies can be had at prices
ranging from .$5 to $150, suit
able for plantations, stables and
ranches; these remedies keep
I especially call attention to
Dr. Pottie's celebrated and un
failing remedy for Mange, which
is so widely prevalent among
horses in these Islands at this
time. I regard' this as a certain
cure, and can show testimonials
for cures already effected of
very aggravated cases.
The following comprise some
of the principal Horse, Uattle,
.Sheep, Dog and Pig Remedies,
Toys of Every Description !
Holiday & Xmas Goods !
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices!
I AM OVKHUINQ A VBUY LARGE STOCK OK
For l.udlen, Qcntlunien uud Children at Low Pricun.
8PK0IA1.-At lf.c.-a fine linoi'f I.adips' Enibiolded Silk Haudkfrchiefs.
SPEUIAL At f!5o. Gents' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPEUIAL-At l'Jc 105 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchief.
Mv So.. lOn.. X'l'Yc. 15l! and KI'iCr. Lii.IIph' HfUiilltAi-nlitprs nr Mm hst valupi
ottered iu tfiH market (immense assortment to select from).
Extra Value In Hosiery for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hose at 115 Dozen !
Great Gut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will bo ottered at Lower Prices than ever before.
My $4 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suite reduced to $3.70. My $Q, 98.00
and $7.50 Suits (Kneo Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered I
Hy SI Enee Pants reduced to 65c. My $2, $2.25 and 12.50
Knee Pants reduced to $1.50
Boy's "W"etists at 65o.
In While and Fancy Percale with Hack and Front Pleated and Large
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette I
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard 1
By the "Australia" due here next Saturday 1 will r ceive a Large Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
M Novelties in Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
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Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
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black Heal ing Lo-
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Gull and Hhoulder
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Scour in Calves,
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Tape Worm Bpeci- i Holt Bush Lick,
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