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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
lledjtd lo wither Sect nor Party,
liul Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. '29, 1893.
Auuordiug to ono of tho "woll-iufonni-d
llmvaiinua" who hid bLiiIT
iug tho jingo press of America with
matter for contradicting Mr. Blount,
Mr. J. O. Carter is a brother of his
THE CINGALESE JEWELER.
Uns All His Monoy Stolon From
Under Hie Pillow.
Mr. Condrieks, u Cingalese jeweler
arrived on Mm C. A. S. S. Warriinoo
on hor last trip, intending to open
up in business here, lie attracted
I ,. . I .1 i..l f 1 ' 1UI1I1 Ul SeilllllUI, "111 1IIIU1II1,
genera at Ionium by the style , o mu, ; , , ,,,
apparel, l'he .Ciugaleso, is a burly , ,)1()()(l R U)m.s mK, zm
What a beautiful character the
amiable ami doout lady and gentle
man friends of the 1. (i. aro giving
to tho party on wh'ch that body re
lies for support! If the President
and Secretary of State require any
thing to conlinn tho justice and wis
dom of their policy, they will ilnd a
good deal of reason in tho inter
views with our absent friends pub
lished uj tho American papcis.
man. staimmir. about six loot in
height, lie wore no hat, but wont
about with tho usual Cingalese tor
toise shell comb stuck on his head,
and for a garment ho wore tho
national costume, cousistiut; of shirt
and pongee silk coat, and a shawl
wrapped around his legs. On his
lingers were two gold rings with
several sparkling diamonds firmly
imbedded. Condi icks engaged a
room al.llie Into House, Niiuauu
About 0 o'clock yesterday evening
Condi icks, who always carried his
valuables on him, tool; $130 in gold
coin from his pocket, and stuck it
under his pillow. Ho carefully lock
ed tho door- and fastened the win
dows of his room aud retired to his
couch. At 5 o'clock this morning
lie awoko and putting his hand under
tho pillow found tho money missing.
I In iivtiiiiiiitif 1 4 tin flrifir ntwl iL'tltium'tl
uuioi .jusueo ditiiu was a rnm.i mui foullli tuolu an soomod. Con-
partisan years before "that after- j dricks reported his loss to tho police
Provontion la Bettor
Than euro, and those who aro sub
ject to rheumatism can prevent at
tacks by keeping tho blood pure and
free from tho acid which causes tho
disease. You cau roly upon Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheu
matism and catarrh, alo for ovory
form of scrofula, nlt rheum, boils
are easy and gentle
noon." liis outbursts of passion,
over tho defeat of tho so-called bay
onet treaty aud tho downfall of tho
Thurston 'ministry, wore open and
scandalous. Wliou Mr. Judd reverts
with pride to tho independence of
tho Supremo Court, does ho forgot
when Thurston blazed out at tho
Court in private (on the deadlock
with Kalakaua about Col. Ashford),
"If it's blood you want, you'll got
your bellyful of itl" Tho Court
was not iuUepeudent enough then to
stand by its convictions and kick its
insuher down stairs.
and later to tho British Legation,
lie says that it h-j was ill his own
country ho would not miss his loss,
but it was all tho money ho had with
It Will Be
J. L. Stevens, in a lying defense of
the culmination of his three years'
iutiiguo against the Hawaiian Gov
ernment, sas: "From Saturday
afternoon, January 11, to January
16, there was no Government in Ho
nolulu except in tho united aud self-
possessed attitude of citizens," etc.
If Mr. StevouV Chinese cook had
packed a tiu of opium publicly
through the streets on tho evening
of January 11, Mr. Stevens would
have known whether there was a
Government hole before ho got his
Sunday dinner. There was a Gov
ernment heio which Miooessfully
withstood the attempt to change
the constitution unlawfully, and
which was well prepared as on
former occasions to put down any
uprising that did not have tho back
ing of foieigu troops. Tho Cabinet
hns a constitutional standing as
well as the Queen, which standing
Mr. Stevens biutally ignored. Mr.
Stevens is dheotl contra 'icted by
the.testimouy of Mr. Damon now
filed in the State Department.
Tho long looked-for football game
between the Puuahous aud Pacifies
will take place on the League
grounds at 3 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon. A small admission foe
will Imj charged. Following is tho
list of players:
full Hack . .Unas. Cooke. Cunt.iiu
KiKhtHalf llnek H. U hnui
l.elt Unit Uaek
lilL'ht llnd .. ..
Center Hush ..
Left Guard ...
Kight Half llaek
Ult Hulf Buuk.
Left Lud . .
Kefeiee and t'mpire
. .. .Carlos Long
... A. Hayt-ui
. .1). N. Curbett
("litis. Crane, diil(im
W. '1 lioinp'Oii
... . Jus. Lemon
. .JS. Kauhano
, . ..Anderson
. . ..1'ahau
. John Wise
Judge Frear aud
By Jus. F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of Salt Salmon !
On FRIDAY, Deo. 1st,
At I'.! O'CLOCK NOON,
AT MY SALESROOMS
I VMM. SCl.t. T 11MII.I0 AlIOIION
40 bbls Fraser River Salmon
Just Heeelved ox "Wnrriinoo."
Jaa. jT". jIorga.n.,
Household -:- Furniture
On FRIDAY Dec. 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 51.
At the Kusiiienee of the late MISS UKHKY,
Kmiiia -tivet, I will kell at Public Auction,
the Furniture, comprising
l baits, Pictures, Hooks,
Hedroum et, Mattrasei,
Wardrobe, bowing Machine,
1 Cheval Bedroom Set,
H W. Extension Dining Table,
Ice Chest, Meat afe,
. UNION STOVE, Etc , Etc.
HIP! HIP!! HURRAH!!!
A LAUGH AHSOKTMU.Sr OF
KOK 8A LK BY
MolNERNY ltLOi'K, I'OKT STUKLT.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, ' : Prop.
CVNF HM1NG TO AN AMKKK'AN
J Custom, sane! ioned by the President
of the United Btatis, Thanksgiving Ser
vices will be held THURSDAY, Nov. ."50th,
at Central Union C ureh, at 11 . m. mid at
ht. Andrew's Oitliedral, at 10 o'eloi k.
ALHERT S. WILLIS,
U. S. Legation.
Nov. 18, lb'H. K85-eod
A REFUGE OF LIES.
Thorp has mu'er been vorso
campaign of l.ving in all American
politics than that iut-tit utetl to dis
credit President Cleveland's Hawai
ian policy. Ono statement telegraph
cd broadcast to tho United Status
press is that Mr. Wundenburg was
a member of the Legislatiue and a
uupporter of the lottery bill! Alio
ther, that Mr Corn well was olio of
tho first men to appeal to Mi. Thurs
ton foi the establishment of tho
Provisiuual Govoiiiniout! The auth
oi is unknown. But what of tho
following credited to ''one of the
gentlemen" of the Hawaiian Lega
tion ut Washington, appearing in
connection with lemarki obtained
fiom Me-.rs. Alexander anil Hast
ings? Which of them said this is
not mentioned, but is a shocking
misstatement coming from either:
"The speaker said ho had boon pres
ent ut tho hovoral meetings which
took place iu Honolulu on tho day
tho change occurred, and was in
the Government House when the
proyisioual authorities wore install
ed, and ho asserted that tho local
militia, acting for the provisional
government, was iu charge of tho
grounds several houis before tho
murines from tho Bostou appeared."
This was said a week before Mr,
Damon's testimony to Commissioner
Blount was published, giving the
Bimple truth that no military force
was on the ground, and that the
revolutionists wore neivous at tho
uncertainty of active support from
the Boston troops close by.
Find of Gold Coin iu a Sui
Tho Union steamship Monovvai
which arrived on July 2d, 1803,
brought a trunk belonging to S.
Solomon, u steotage jiasseugor who
had committed suicide between
Auckland and Sydney, by jumping
overboard. Tho truiik was stored
in H. JIackfold it Co.'s 'warehouse.
On Saturday last J'. A. Dias and a
native named Kale opened the trunk
to examine the contents. Kale pull
ed out an overcoat and felt it rather
heavy. He told Dit that ho thought
thuro was some money iu tho coat,
and the latter tried it on, and said
that it wua the weight of the coat.
In tho breast pocket, however, a
long folded plush case was found.
On being ripped open 720 wuh dis
covered in gold stitched in dimirout
places. When iu the pocket the case
could not bo noticed The money
vvob turned over to Mr. 11. F. Olude,
MUSICAL TREAT AHEAD.
England's Latest Sopranos Coming
The Bulletin has received a letter
fiom Mr. M. L. M. Pluukott, dated
Sau Francisco, Nov. 20, stating that
the Misses Albu, the gloat Jimgnsu
vocalists who are awaiting the open
ing or tho Midwiutei bun, will arrive
iu Honolulu by tho Australia on
Saturday net. The Misses Albu,
who aro touring the world uudei
contract to Mi. I'lunkott, well
know n iu the musical circle iu Lou
don are, according to tho English
papers, the (iuest vocalists of the
ago who have appeared on the con
ceit platform in London, it is in
teresting to state that the debut of
the young ladies took place at the
Alexandra Palace. They wore intro
duced to tho public by Mr. Sims
Reoves at his own concerts. Tho
Misses Albu, though of Spanish
descent, were born iu England
A lss J tiliu at Leeds, Miss Kose at
Cheltenham. English critics are
parttculaily emphatic in their good
Tho cricket match between a team
from H. M. S. Champion aud the
Honolulu Cricket Cllib will take
place to-morrow at the old baseball
grounds, Makiki, commencing at
ll:nt) a. in. The Honolulu team will
probably bo as follows: T. Lishmau,
captain; G. Burusido, liov. V. H.
Kitcat, K. L. Auorbach, V. L. Stan
ley, M. Brasch, It. Mossmau, J.
Lightfoot, J. llothwell, A. It. Hat
field, W. O. Weodou. Substitutes:
J. Hutchiugs, Mr. Wostbrook.
Portuguese Gun Camera,
It would bo interesting at this
point of the political crisis for loyal
Havvaiiaus to learn the opinion of
Senhor Cauavarro, Charge d' Affaires
for Portugal, in regard to tho deal
ing out by Marshal Hitchcock and
E. O. Hall A Son of guns and am
munition amongst tho Portuguese
laborers liviug in this town. Also
what ho thinks about the enroll
ment of Portuguese citizens in the
r. u. army. minap.
ClauB Sprockets Smiled.
Clans Sprockets yesterday morn
ing heard the news from tho Hawai
ian Islands aud smiled. Just what
that smile will cost is a considera
tion that will be settled later.
"1 think it more than likely that
tho deposed Queen will bo restored
to the Hawaiian throne. Time will
bIiow exactly what will be done,"
and tho sugar king smiled again.
Chrouiilr, A'oi 19
Tho Thanksgiving sorvicw at St.
A ud low's Cathedral to-morrow
morning will commence at 10
o'clock. The order will bo as fol
lows: Venlte O i onie let u idnn Turle in 1)
'lo Ileum In i' . Kutii'liiimr
Jubilate Deo Hulliviin
Anthfin-Yo ahull dnull In the liui'l ,
. ... Htiiiuer
ll)iiin -New thank u all our (lod
heniion Kov. Alex. Miiuklnloali.
Hymn -Wo plough the Held mid tciitU'r.
Oruiili I'oUllldt - IIiuiiKhlIvIiiis Mtiiuh,
Philatelists, Attention 1
No hettei ChrNtmus memento ean
he i-elected to end to jour friends
abroad than a Complete Set of Provi
sional Government Postage Stumps.
Tlioy may be had at the Hawaiian
News Co.'s Stoio for only $8.20. This
ineludes 121 Stumps, 1 ljnvelones mid J
You can yive jour boj or girl or
stamp collecting friend no better ap
preciated prcient than a well-bound
and well-arranged Stamp Album.
Call and see tho'-e at the Hawaiian
Neni Co.'s valued all the vvaj from
40e. to Sis.ul 10 varieties, designed to
please everyone. Tho finest lot of
Postage Stamp Album ever received
in Honolulu. B'Jl-lw
To-iiioiiovv will be St. Andrew's
Day. St. Andrew Is the patron ealnt
of Jiutfsla aud Scotland.
I the ground floor of
the Masonic Temple; these
Room- are sultali'e for
Stores or Ulllces. Kor particulars apply to
V. K. AM.KN,
Chairiiinn of 1 ricuce.3 ovei HKhop &
Co 'a Hank. s'.ll-lm
POCKET MEMO BOOKS.
DIUM.IOATK INMDKS mil I'SK IN
Coveis of Vulon Keed Co.'s l'ocket
Memo Hooks, ean be had on application at
the I oiiipunj's Oilue, Queen street
B'JI-lm UMD.V lhi:i) I'll., (b'u).
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
PIIOI'OSAI.S AUK 1NV1TK1) KOR lli:
l airing the limine at No. 8 Union
btreet lately damage i by lir. llids will
beopeiiLil at the Ullieeof liruee and A. J.
Camvright on MnND.VY, Dee. -1th, at
noon. For speeitlrutlons an 1 all informa
tion apply to 0. 11. lili'LKY,
b')l t Architect.
For Victoria & Vancouver
The Klne Al Reel K. M.bteaiuvliip
' ARAWA '
Will leave Honolulu for the above
pons on oi about
Friday, Dec. 1st,
And will have prompt ile'pulch with Malls
Issued per Canadian PaclDc Railway to all
I'uliila Iu tlit United Sidles
nc Kor further particular regarding
Kndght or I'ubage, apply 10
THEO. H DAVIEB At CO.,
When you have goods which
the people vvunt, tho best way is
to udvertize so that they tho
people, win reud, niai'k, learn
and inwnnlly digest, what you
have to advertise. Our
Catalogue of Books, Etc
forwarded with last Saturday's
Bulletin, htis already brought
its results. About our
We have not not imported any
traih. Everything is good and
Everybody admits so fur that
are the best ami most reason
able in price.
Our DIARIES for 1894 are
all leady to sell. Our
include the latest and best.
Do not forget our lit'tle CABI
NET SOUVENIR. Just the
thing to' send to friends abroad,
price 15 cents.
A lino display of Dolls' Fur
nituie and Tea SeK
Never wa a nicer line of
with Solid Silvei Ornaments, of
fered the public, and mind you
they are not at jewellers' ligures
A pretty display of Yae,
Cups and Saucers, etc.
A good line of Portfolios, Cro
ipuet, Lawn Tennis and Base
iv it , 1 i
ALL FOR CASH ONLY.
Next door u the I'iiIhip lie Cream I'arlorB
High Class Novelties !
Ex S. SChina."
Kesptctfully linden hr Numerous Pat
rons to INSI'KC'T the
Received by Last Steamer!
NO IK THi: ADDHKS8
Next iloor lo the l'aluce Ire Orrain 1'arlom
'PUKSUIIOONKU 'NOHMA '
J. &.'! Toiik IteKlnler, hiihitan
tlully built of Oak ami Ctilar ;
Copper anil Copper l'listened.
For nrlce and nunliuiluri atmlv
7W-U tllUO. H.UAVlEbUO.
Hiniln Hiriwin Co., I'd
Saturday, Nov. 25, ISO'S.
If Honolulu was a places
where long twilights were com
mon all the year round the
necessity foi lamps, good lamps,
would not be as great as it is.
But jumping from sunset to
dark as wedo 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-
tection 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
.ind silver. One hancuiet lnmii
in wrought iron is particularly ! J Will
uuticeuuie lur inc iiciiucaa wi
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 hall 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 difler lrom
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 tor mud wntle tne resi
dents of Honolulu with their
usual generous spirit are will
ing tq 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 ail 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 eriough
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. Ol
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
I have never yet had a complaint
from people using them.
I 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-
i ship of the plantation manager.
j If you do not know what a
locked fence is we will be pleased
to answer any correspondence
in regard to it.
Coruor i'ort as
! Grand O
Toys el Every 1
mas Goods !
SSORTMEUt OF DOLLS !
Lead tlia Market ia Low Prices!
I AM ori-'IMSIVa A VBItV LAltOli STOCK. OK
I or I .lilies Oentlenieii ami UhUdien at Low Prices.
SIT.CIAI. At 1 ''. -a line lino i f Inilic' r.inhroided Silk Hiuulkeiohlofa.
.I'D I VI. At fo. tienta' Japnne-eHilk Hanillerchiof.
sl'D'IAl, -At r.e.-t05 doen Fancy Silk Handkereulei.
Sp- -Mv e . MK'. 1 ' ..,!' ami llijje I .itllt IIiitxlkerohleN aro the best valuei
ollertil in ih- market (ininieii-e iim intent to select from).
Extra Value in Hosiery 'or laJIe-., Geuumen and Children I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Bobb at $15 Dozen 1
Great Cat ii Prises for 30 Days Only !
Ovev 1000 Boy's and Children's Suits
My $6, 96.60
Will he ollunil ut Lower 1'iiees thun evr before.
My 04 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suito reduced to $3.76.
and $7 60 Suit3 (Kneo Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Kuea Pants Good Values are Offered!
My Si Ki'os Pants rortaoed lo U5c. My $2, 82.25 and $2.50
Kiiee Pants reduced to $1.50
Waists at Oo.
In hilf and Piling
I'enale with I'aek and Kront Pleated and Large
Boy's iists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette I
Full Line oi India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard 1
By the "Australia" due here net Saturday I will r eelve a Large Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed !
Hew Hovelties in Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
AlbO ANonir.ll LA.KGB INYOIOR OP
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes 1 -
sr I insr-VITE IlsTSIPEiOTIOISr let
Corcor Fort aud Hotel Sts., ... - Honolulu, H. I.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED UIKECT PROM THE
MAKERS IX PARIS, A LARGE
Thest' "French Brushes
are celebrated the "World over
or Finish and Durability,
and ccM you no "iokk than the ill-made
IIOLLISTER' & CO.,
SS3 "Port Street, - - Hoaaoltalu., EC. I.
LOVEJOY c& CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block.
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
l' OK TtlK HA1.K OK
Hawaiian Hardware Cu., Itl
Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Hum" Win? Uellum, Napa City.
Froterichbtinj 8 re winy Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
-.Vm Jose, C'ul., U. S, A.
Dullemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Ameiiia'a Finest Production, Htch und Mellow.
Spruuico, Stanley & Co.'s -0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Uiiljurm anil tillable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The 1'rini.e of Stimuli r Drinka,
tCf Ihoni tiumU in.-Iliuiiiuitiuil I'liut-clitst iii ivery reaneul ami are olrurril (oc
kale at Vnr) Itenxiiuhle 1'iii.w. tMMim
MUll'AL TCI LI'IKlM. IMia -
Poor OmcK llox 137