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THE JIM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect iwr Party,
lint Kstabliihed for the MenefU of All.
TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1B1W.
Mnny of tho lumling lnwyurd of
thu Unitod States havo cenno out in
support of tho justiuo ami legality
of tho President's Hawaiian policy.
Sotuo of thoir opiniouR will bo gien
to our roadors lator. It is supposed
that Judge Cooloy has boon tho
Presidents advisor in tho matter.
Whoio does all the occn3ion for
growling oomu in, on tho part uf tho
Provisional Government supporters,
that Commissionor Blount avoided
inking evidence that ho might have
gut from them? All tho testimony
thus far revealed as tho basis of his
conclusions, excepting what foil un
der his own eyes, comes from those
who weie actively ougajjr.d in tho
revolution. It is testimony, too,
that ilatly contradicts the conten
tions Hindu all along by that side,
regarding tho part that Minister
Stevous and tho cruiser Boston
played on that occasion.
remains wero placed in tho rocolving
tomb at Forostdalo."
Mr. Crandall was tho inventor of
tho marine railway and personally
supervised the construction of the
one in Honolulu for tho Hawaiian
Governmout, as ho had proviou-ly
done that of others at many points
on tho coasts of North and South
America. Ho made mauy friends
while in Honolulu, who will regret
to hour of his death. Mr. James
Lylo, of Sorensou At Lyle, lessees of
tho marine railway, mourns him al
most as a brother, having boon his
iutiuiatu friend for a great many
ears, and his chosen superintend
ent of construction in marine works
DEATH OF JOHN OILFILLAN.
From tho Ell'ects of an Accident in
By the steamer V. G. Hall arriv
ing this afternoon, news was receiv
ed of the death by accident of John
Gillillan, engineer at Naalohu plan
tation, ICau, Hawaii. His body was
brought to town by the same steam
er. Mr. Gillillan was working in the
mill at t o'clock in tho morning of
When tho S. S. Chiua was coming
into port yostorday Admiral Skor
rott's Hag was noticed Hying from
tho miz.ou mast. A squad of ma
rines stationed on tho bow of tbo U.
S. S. Philadelphia saluted tho on
sigu, after which the flagship's baud
on the cruiser played several selec
tions. Neariug I lie wharf Admiral
Skorrott i wife anil two daughters
were noticed among tho throng of
passengers. The Admiral and family
are on thoir way to tho China sta
tion, whore he has boon ordered to
succeed Admiral Irwin, transferred
to this port, lie is accompanied by
his aide Lieutenants (J lias. E. Fox
and Downs L. Wilson. Tho laltor's
wife is of tho party. Admiral and
Mrs. Skorrott dined with Mr. and
Mrs, P. V. Macfarlauo yesterday
By Lowia J, Lovoy.
The Event of the Season !
lam Instructed l Mr..!. M.deSA oStLVA,
Prominent Hawaiian residents like
General Hart well and ox-Cousul-General
Severance are able to point
out tho llagraut errors made by
Blount in his report. Whou a man
like Stevens, accused of collusion
with tho revolutionists, was actiiallj
away Irom Honolulu at tho time,
and had to bo recalled by messenger,
what is to bo thought of an attack
which represents him as tho arch
villain who directed tho whole eon
bpirae,)? The troublo with Blount's
report is that his theory does not
square with the facts.- ,S F. Chroni
cle. If all the "facts" the Chrouiclo
has gained from Messrs. Hartwoll
and Severance are like tho foregoing
pure fiction about Mr. Stevens, they
must be bad for any theory it should
attempt to establish upon their evi
dence. An assertion like tho one
quoted uboo is not contradicted in
Houolulu, it is only laughed at with
other queer "home news from
abroad" that tickles Merchant street.
Kobiuson lllock, Hotel Street, on
Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
DEO. '.'.!, 4th. ruhuiuluth,
Tin: whom; of the elegant and
far-Hours of hale: Morning, IU o'clock;
Evening, 7 o'clock
Lewis J. Levey,
There does not appear to bo any
ground for the Advertiser's jubila;
tion over ''news" it claims ww re
ceived by yesterday's steamer, to tho
effect that the Hawaiian question
was to bo submitted to tho Senate.
Our contemporary forgots to ivc
the news of such a projected sub
mission outside of its editorial and
reportorial assertions without au
thority quoted. All the basis there
appears to be for tho statement is
an intimation that a resolution will
bo introduced in the Senate, asking
the President to state his authority
lordireetingtlie troops of tho failed
States to assist in sotting up a mon
archy in a cuuntry having a li.ed
government, recognized by the
United States. Private advices fioin
well-informed sources, however, in
dicate that tho President will have
his full party support in Congress
for his Hawaiian policy. As on
mauy previous occasions, the Ader
tier will probably find it has in
dulged in premature crowing.
Thursday last, when ho foil olf a (who is iviirlng'froni bnstnts) to ull at
boiler to a concrete platform ten t'M' Au"0 " '"" Jt'nn Uar,
. . i a- 1 t 11111)1 1IM1I1 I) KICK. nilLII illll'L'l. Ull
loot Delow. Uu struck ins bacit on a
bucket, injuring his spinal column.
Death resulted at 10 o'clock Satur
Mr. Gillillan was one of our old
est foroign residents. For many
years ho was foreman of tho Hono
lulu Iron Works. Ho was a member
of Hawaiian Lodge of Froo Masons
and of the Scottish Thistle Club.
Mr. Gillillan, who was about GO years
of ago, loaves a widow and two sous
Archibald and James, tho latter
being in San Francisco to mourn
his untimely death. Tho funeral
will take place to-morrow.
Death of Miss Berry.
Miss E. E. Berry, tho woll-kuown
teacher, died at hor residence on
Emma street early this morning.
She had been a cripple for mauy
years, using a wheeled chair in hor
school, but the immediate cause oi
her tleath was cancer, tier last ill
ness was a painful one, borne with
tho Christian resignation, however,
which had been displayed through
many years of invalidism.
Miss Berry was born in England
in 1S11, and was consequently fifty
two years of ago at her demise. She
has been living in Houolulu twenty
fix years, and was well liked. Tho
deceased leaves no relatives, but a
ho-t of friends. She was very suc
cessful as an educator in the pri
vate school she taught, and many a
young heart will ache iu sincere sor
row over hor departure. Tho f uuo
ral took place at 4. o'clock this after
noon from St. Andrew's Cathedral.
HIP! HIP!! HURRAH!!!
A URGE ASSORTMENT OF
FLAG BADGES 1
TKf.Y AllE NOT PERTURBED.
It is astunishiug the powers of in
t cation that are displayed b tho
jingo press, together with the party
orgatis opposed to President CIoe
lund on general principles, iu work
ing up sensational political capital
on the Hawaiian question. Some of
the "specials" from Washington
have represented tho State Dopait
inent as iu a condition of ext roine
conatoruation upon learning that
Minister Willis had not carried out
his instructions while tho policy- was
being given away at home. Prob
ably, however, the truth is contain
ed in tho following from a Washing
ton despatch of the l'.lth to tho San
The official advices received by
the Department of State from Min
ister Willis to-day will not be given
out for publication now. But it is
ascertained that they aro of ,a char
acter entirely satisfactory to tho
Secretary of btato and not at all sur
prising to him. While he refuses to
discuss tho contents or character of
his advices from MiuUtor Willis, it
can be said that thoy aro regarded
by him as indicating tho correct uoss
of tho position taken by the Admin
istration, which ho believes will be
ultimately accepted as tho only atti
tude it is possible for this Govern
ment to adopt.
DEATH OF H. I. CRANDALL.
Two Defendants Discharged Ha
waiian Civil Case.
Afo was unauimously acquitted by
tho foreign jury yesterday, the charge
agaiu-t him being unlawful posses
sion of opium.
A nolle prosequi was entered in
behalf of Sylvester, chaiged with
assault with a dangerous weapon.
Kaulia for defendant.
In the assumpsit case of Wong
Wa Foy vs. Wong Tai Poon et al.,
judgment has beeu entered by de
fault. Magoon for plaintiff.
To-day a Hawaiian jury is tryiug
Mauiui Sylva ot al., vs. D. W. Kahua
Kni et. al.. ejectment. Johnson and
Kaulia for plaintiff; Kaulukou for
Judge Whiting, after examiuing
the accounts of F. W. McChosuoy,
assignee of W. H. Daniels, orders
them approved and him discharged
on filiug final receipts.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Honolulu Amateur Minstrels
will meet this evening.
Several luaus wore hold in differ
ent parts of tho city to-day, with
more to follow.
Tho Quintet club will sing the
"Aloha Aiua" song into the phono
graph this evening.
General W. H. Dimoud was among
tho passengers on the S. S. China
yesterday for this port.
Divine services wore hold iu St.
Andrew's Cathedral at 9 o'clock this
morning, in recognition of Hawaiian
A Japanese named Kaisau and his
wife Kind were divorced about two
woeks ago Yesterday the Jap re
turned and, as she claims, assaulted
the woman. She had tho husband
arrest t'd this afternoon for assault
Tho canvas tent over the merry-go-round
has been lowered, and a
wooden building will bo built in its
place. This will be greatly ap
preciated by the public, enabling
I hem iu wot weather to "conio in out
of tho rain."
A fire occurred iu a roar room of
the lodging house adjoiniug tho
Bell Tower building about 8:80
o'clock yesterday evening. A hoso
was run through tho window from
tho chemical engine and tho blaze
was extinguished. Tho causo of tho
tiro was tho upsetting of a keroBone
lamp, caused by rovelfors.
Tho departure of tho P. M. S. S.
China this foronooii was witnei-sed
by a largo concourse of people. Ad
miral Skorrott and family wore the
recipients of numerous floral offer
ings in tho shape of lois. A Japa
nose and his wifo arrived on tho
wharf rather late, but thoy managed
to gel into a boat and got aboard
tho steamship in time.
Messrs, S. B. Dole, F. M. Hatch,
W. H. Castlo, G. P. Castlo, A. F.
.1 mid and 11. Watorhouso woro an
eager looking group on tho Mail
whan when tho h. b. (Jluiia came
into putt. Port Surveyor Sanders
FOR SA1JE BY
MclNERNY BLOCK, TORT STREET.
A LL ACCOUNTS DUK ME, AND NT
. putu liy fiie-day, December , Is1.?,
i 1 bi prosecnted at o.ve.
3'12-hv C'HAS. J. FISHEL.
He Wfto the Engineer Who Design
ed tho Marino Railway.
Tho Maldon (.Mass.) City Press
of 11 Soy. has tho following obituary
"Horace Irving Crandall died Sat
urday night of paralysis, aged IW
yeurs, 8 mouths, 8 days. He .has re
sided in Faulkner about two yearn,
and had endeared himt-elf to a largo
circle of friends. Iu 1851 he was
married to MissS.E. Cushmnii at Now
Bedford. Mr. Crandall was a very
enterprising man, and one of strong
inventive faculties. A widow, two
bons and two daughtein survive him
Eliza, .Mrs, Kenneth Bishop, .Jus.
L. and Charles I. Funeral services
wore hold at il n. in. on Tuesday, ' throw a couple of tho latest papers
from his lato loiidonco, 'J.I Bryant ' ou the wharf, which woro oagorly
etroot, lfov. H. U. lllscox, pustor of j grasped and scanned by Mussr.
tho Baptist church, oilleiatinfe'. Tho Dolo aud Hatch.
ifllileo Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
When you have goods which
the people want, the best way is
to advertize so that thoy the
people, can rend, mark, leuru
and inwardly digest, what you
have 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 far that
are the best and most reason
able iu price.
Our DIARIES for 189-1 are
all rcidv to sell Our
include tho latest and best.
Do not forget our little C BI
NET SOUYEN1U. Just tho
thing to send to friends abroud,
price 15 cents.
A lino display of Dolls' Fur
niture and Ten Hels.
Never was a nicer lino of
with Solid Silver Ornaments, of
fcrud the public, aud mind you
thoy are not at jowollurs' liguros
oil hor '
A pretty dinplay of Vases,
('tips and Saucers, oto.
A good line ul' Portfolios, Uro.
(plot, Lawn Tenuis and Base
ALL FOR CASH OiNLY.
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 the heart 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 m iron as brass
and silver. One banepjet 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 lount 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 brassahighstandlamp,
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 diner 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 from Palama to Puna
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
from people using them.
Every mail from thu other
Islands brings us inquiries and
orders for locked fence. The
economy and strength of the
fence is what wins the friend
ship ot the plantation manager,
If you do not know what a
lucked fence is we will be pleased
to answer any correspondence
in regard to it,
Australian Veterinary Establishment, Syd
ney, N, S. W.
I tiiko rilenMire lu announcing that I
liuvo oatabllabfd an Agency in Hono
lulu tor tho sale of my woll-known
ltomeclles, and have appointed Mb.
Clarence V. Macfablake my Solo
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands aud
ISigued JOHN P0I TIE,
F. E. V. M. S.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort & Hotel StreatB,
Toys of Every Description !
Holiday & Xmas Goods !
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
Calling attention to the above
announcement, I beg to inform
plantation owners, ranchers and
the public generally that I am
now in full supply of all of Dr.
Potlie's Celebrated Remedies, to
gether with his treatises on the
principles of doctoring animals
and the remedied to be used.
Dr. Pottie stands pre-eminently
at the head of the veteri
nary profession and his leading
romedies aro known throughout
the whole civilized world. No
system known has shown such
splendid results. During tho 20
year in which Dr. Pottie has
had charge of the Government
stabler of New South Wales not
a single ueatn occurred, cur
ing the outbreak of "Pink Eye"
in Australia over jG0,000 worth
of horses were lost, but of the
cases treated by Dr. Pottle's re
medies I.KSS THAN OXK PEHCKNT
died. Labt 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 and the efficiency and
popularity of his romedies.
Special cases 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. Pottic'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 aggruvated cases.
The following comprise some
of the principal Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Dog and Pig Remedies,
Qleivuirn Oil,. I Heal All, or Golden
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices !
I AM OFKKIUNG A VBHY LAHGK STOCK OK
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Ohlldieu at Low Prices. ,
8PK0IA1-At I'So.-a fine line of Ladles' Embioided Silk Handkprchlefs.
BPEOtAL At35c.-Gcnt!.' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
SVE(!IAL-At V2)4o.-05 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs.
tW My ."ki , 10c., I-K-, !f,K tt"d WKc. Lndifs' Handkerchiefs are the best valuer
offered in the market (Immense assortment to select from). .. .
Extra Valuo In Hosiery for Ladles, Qentlnmen and Children I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hose at 315 Dozen I
Great Cat in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will be offered ut Lower Prices than over before.
My $4 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.76. My $6, $8.00
and $7.00 Buits (Knee Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered I
My $1 Knoe Pants reduced to 65o. My $2, $2.25 and 12.50
Knee Pants reduced to SI. 50
Boy's KTaasts at 5c.
lu White and Fancy Percale with Rack and Front Pleated aud Large
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette I
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard I
By the "Australia" dae here next Saturday I will receive a Large Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
Hew Novelties in Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods. ,
ALSO ANOTHKlt LAlUiE INVOICE OP
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I -
r I INVITE INSPECTION "&l
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. L
Clack DmiKlan OU.
Ureeti Healing Lo
tion, Uluek Healing I.o-t'ou.
Gall and HliO'ilder
Gr ne and Colic
PQUATTKHS' PKMKDIK.S(in hulk form).
l'leurn Drench, for BtudCatth- Calving,
mlxini! with drink ' Hcuur. in Calves.
. . V .... ...
for mixlni! with
Red Water Dreneli
Hoven Powder, for
Condl'uont for Symmetry,
WE HAVE JUST KECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
Catien of Ahorted Remedies In bottW,
from is to 20, with printed pamph
lets on Disease, Breeding and
Bait lluali Lick,
Liiim, Howols and ', ive L'ck,
Kidney, i Foot Hot D'p Pow-
l-'lnku and Liver ' der,
Remedies ! Koot Hot Hand
Catarrh In Bheep, ' Dressing.
DUBLIN AND GLASGOW HOItSB AND
Tor Brood Maies,
For Htud Cattle,
tion, Trainers' laxative
Trainers' Skin and
These Frewh Brushes are celebrated the World over for
their Excellence of Ftxish and Duhability,
and cost you xo more than the ill-made
Bred Animals, and adapted foi the
Peculiar Condition uf thu
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Farmers' Html All,
Case of AsMirtell
CUV- All Island orilem promptly ut
t mini to and pamphlets vunt iIiiIiik full
Information m III he sent on application.
C. W. MACFAKLANK,
WT, tloU AyvU fur lr. I'vltif, lu
HOLLISTER & CO.,
683 "Ffoirt Street, - - Honolulu, H. I.
LOVBTOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOB THE BALK OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellar; Najiu City.
Fredoricksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
--.Sun Joan, (Jul,, U. S. A.
Dallomuntl & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Amerluu't Finett Production, Rich and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and lleliubli'.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
tW Thesu Goods .are Guaranteed Flrel-clana lu every respect and are otlered for
i at Very Itetoouuole Prices. S37-Dm
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