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SJu gnJlii Urtin.
FRTDAY, DEC. 22, 1893.
Wallsnyu Commons Appoal and An
other Partition Caso.
Aflldnvits havu boon filed in Iho
partition suit of tho Hawaiian Com
mercial & Sugar Company vs. Wni
ltnpu Sugar Company to attest to
tho superior valuo of tho portion as
signed to tho H. 0. & S. Co., over
that assigned to tho "W. S. Co. by
tho commissioners to partition tho
proporty. G. W. Macfnrlano alleges
tho excess of valuo at $200,000, P.
P. Potior places it as five to one,
and J. D. Marlin as sovoral hundred
thousand dollars. Mr. Porter was
manager for sovoral years, and Mr.
Marlin was fiold ovorseor, of tho H.
C. & S. Co. Thoso affidavits aro in
support of defendant's bill of oxeop
tions. Tho plaintiff has also a bdl
of exceptions to tho commissioners'
report, in which it claims that do
foudaut has been given an excess of
laud and asks for an oven division or
compensation in money for tho de
ficiency. Hatch for plaintiff; Hart
well and C. W. Ashford for defend
ant. Tho hearing is appointed for
to-morrow at 10 a. m. boforo Chiof
Judgo Cooper is this day hearing
tho caso of Mahoau fw.) and others
vs. Koalii (w.) and others, tho same
being a suit in equity praying for a
partition of somo 100 acres of land
situato in Hamakua, Island of Ha
waii. Y. II. Richard is one of tho
plaintiffs and tho Honokaa Sugar
Company ono of tho parties defend
ant. This is tho fourth day of tho
hearing, it hnvinj to drag along
owing to somo of tho witnesses com
ing from Hamakua. J. A. Magoon
appears for tho plaintiffs and W. A.
Kinney for tho defendants.
In tho matter of tho estate of
Maurico Goldberg, on tho petition
for piobato of tho will, Judgo "Whit
ing has ordered a coutinuauco until
January 5th, thero being no return
of commission sent to San Francisco
for testimony to prove death.
.LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Balanco of holiday goods will bo
-old at cost at Sachs'.
Diamond Head, !3 p. m. Woathor
cloudy, wind fresh northeast.
Purser J. B. Sutton has tho thanks
of tho Bulletin for nows favors.
Tho mail from tho Coast by tho
Alameda was an oxtra largo one.
Dr. and Mrs. J. Mott Smith and
daughtor arrived on tho Alameda.
Tho S. S. Alameda will leavo for
tho Colonies at 0 o'clock this even
ing. Tho auction salo by J. F. Morgan
yesterday evening was largety at
tended. Six boats from the U. S. S. Phila
delphia had drill in tho harbor this
i-iioutouaiiVSv: K. "Kiisn, iuiTnorly
of tho U. S. S. Boston, arrived on
H. B. M. S. Champion had drill on
board this morning. Tho cruiser
cleared for action.
Lamps, tho handsomest over seen
hero, came by tho Alameda to tho
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Information is advertised for re
garding Mauui'l George Hanna, a
native of Beyroul, Sydney.
Mrb. Ilattio Hiram has a card of
thanks in this issuo rolativo to her
late venorablo father's funeral.
Tho Government schools broko
up for a two weeks' vacatiou to-day.
lolani Collego also takes a vacation.
Another great salo of toys and
dolls will be hold by Jas. P. Mor
gan this evening. Last chauco be
Stockholders of tho Hawaiian
Sugar" Company aio notified else
where of their adjourned annual
mooting next Tuesda-.
Mana "Widomann rotumod on the
S. S. Alameda from tho Coast, whoro
ho has boen omployed in tho office
of J. D. Spreckels & Bros.
N. S. Sachs is giving away Colum
bian souvonir spoons, and toys and
dolls. Make your purchases thero
and embrace the opportunity.
J. J. Aubortiu, who wrote tho
book, "A Fight with Distances," in
which he described thoso islands as
he saw them on a visit in 1886, is a
passenger for Auckland by the Ala
meda. Tho fatoamor Waialoale this morn
ing brought nine cases of coffee
plants aud two cases of coffeo sam
ples for tho Midwintor Pair. Tho
articles camo from Kailua, sent by
tho Hawaiian Coffeo & Tea Co.
Tho usual Christmas treo to tho
Sunday scholars attending tho Chi
nese Port-streot church will bo given
at that place to-morrow evening at
G:30 o'clock. All friends of tho mis
sion aro cordially invited to bo pro
sent. Alfred C. Sylvn, who has been
clerking in Pishol'h storo oight years,
and Miss Mary Gomes will bo mar
ried in tho Catholic church at 8 p,
m. to-morrow. Prof. Borgor will
play tho wedding music on tho
A native named Ivauo pleaded
guilty in tho District Court this
morning to having stolon a gold
watch valued at $o0, iho property
of D. Nuou. Ho was feontuncod to
pay a lino of .." aud bo imprisoned
at hard labor two months,
Tho J an who was nnoslod yostor
day for doboiling tho contract bor
vico of tho I2va plantation, gave in
an oxcuso to Judgo Jfoboitson this
morning that ho left tho plantation
to hcaruh for his wife, who ho claims
had deported him
WILL CARRY IT OUT.
Cleveland Preparing His Message
on His Policy.
Which Will Show the Hand of Stevens
Long Botoro the Revolution.
Washington, December 14. Presi
dent Cleveland did not forward his
Hawaiian moBsago to Congross to
day as was anticipated by somo, and
it cannot bo learned whether it will
bo submitted for sovoral days to
Tho only thing absolutely known
iu connection with this matter is
that ho is busily ongagod in writing
it and that it will contain from 2500
to 3000 words. A guessing contest
is going on as to tho naturo of his
recommendations, but it is not known
absolutely, as nothing definito ' has
vot corno to tho oars of anybody
outside of his own intimate advisors
as to its nature. All data in connec
tion with tho correspondence have
been colloctod and prepared for sub
mission to Congress by both the
Stato aud Navy departments. All
this data aro now boforo tho Presi
dent aud ho is giving thorn somo
study in order to thoroughly present
his side of tho caso in his message.
Thero is a possibility yet that ho
will delay its transmission until
further and more dofinito nows has
boon recoivod from tho islands.
TO FOKCE THE ISSUE.
Thero is a disposition, of course,
among Republicans to force tho is
suo, and if tho message should bo
delayed as lato as next Monday it is
probablo a more determined effort
than has been made in tho past will
bo mado by tho Republican loadors
in both houses to forco tho admin
istration to transmit the informa
tion asked for at once.
It is intimated that the adminis
tration is prepared by tho ovidenco
that will bo transmitted to Congress
to back up its plan for the restora
tion of tho Queen. Certain corre
spondence that passed between ox
Ministor Stevens aud President Har
rison's Secretary of State is to bo
usod as a basis in making up this
administration's policy in favor of
the restoration of tho monarchy.
STEVENS WILL SUFFER.
It appears that Stevens is the man
who will suffer most in tho evidence
that the Administration officials
havo discovered in thf- icords of
tho Harrison Administration in
dealing with Hawaii affairs. It is
known that oi striking despatch
from Stevens to Harrison's Secre
tary of State, ls incorporated in tho
Hawaiian aata to bo laid before
Congress. Ifc was dated Nov. 20,
rnvolu011- It is assorted by the
friends of tho Clovoland-Gresham
policy that this "confidential" des
patch was an oarnost and' olaborato
plea by Stevens for tho subversion
of tho then existing Hawaiian Gov
ornmont and tho annexation of the
islands by tho United States.
Ho inquired "Why postpone Ame
rica's possession?" and proceeded to
give his reasons against postpone
ment. Ho advocated "bold and vigo
rous measures for annexation," or
an alternative by way of a protecto
rate. Then ho said: "Which of two
linos of policy aud action should bo
adopted, our statesmen and our
Government must decide," and to
mako his meaning unmistakablo, ho
added, alluding to American annex
ationists in Hawaii:
"Wo cannot refrain now from aid
ing them with vigorous measures."
JIORE STARTLINO EVIDENCE.
This is ono point that will be mado
against Stevens' course, and Chair
man McCroary of tho House Foreign
Affairs Committco to-day told Re
presentative Maguiro that all tho
data had been read by him and that
thoro was oven more startling evi
dence against Stevens than that con
tained iu the quotations in his des
patch of last November.
It is claimed that it will bo shown
that Stovons sanctioned all the plans
dovisod by tho annexationists for
tho ovorthrow of tho Queon.
Tho London Standard says: Tho
knot of merchants, speculators and
oiuco-Beeuers wno planned, ana car
ried out tho revolution in Hawaii
and constituted themselves tho
"Provisional Government," aro, as
might bo expected, furious at Presi
dent Cleveland for having decided
that tho Unitod States must decline
to accept tho islands offered thorn
as a result of nefarious intrigue by
American citizens. No other deci
sion could havo boon expoctod from
an honest, honorablo man, but it
has astonished tho group of adven
turers who thought thoy would be
enthusiastically nailed by a grateful
country for what thoy had really
done only for personal advantage
Arrival of tho 8, S. Alameda.
Tho R. M. S. S. Alameda, Morso
commander, arrived in port early
this morning from San Francisco.
Tho following is tho momo. of
voyage: Discharged S. F. pilot Deo.
15th, -1:80 p. m. Tho first 21 hours
out oxporioucod light N. E. winds
and smooth sea, thence to latitude
21 fresh S. W. winds with clear
woathor. Heavy swoll from W.N.W.
Thonco to port light oastorly winds.
Stopped for Honolulu pilot Doc.
22d, lin. m. At 10:30 p. in. on tho
15th passed tho S, S, Australia; 10
n. m. on tho 18th passed tho S. S,
Mariposa. The Alameda will loavo
again at (5 o'clock this evening for
Uotwoon last Saturday ami Sunday
10-100 inch of raiu full nt llouoliaa,
which iu thu honviost showor that
full lii that district fur u loug timo
FCiELA TBIAJj TRIP.
Latoly StrarictoJ Mioworn
Tako rt Turn Outt.ido.
Tho steamship Miowora will Btoam
out of tho harbor to-morrow morn
ing at 6 o'clock. The trip will only
bo uudortalton to just out of tho
harbor, whore Iho steamer will an
chor to dump out tho ashos and
other rofuso rnattor that had boon
accumulating on board. Mr. Wawn,
tho gontloman in charge of the
stoamship, said that ho had rocoived
orders for tho vossol to go to San
Francisco for complete repairs, and
sho will sail as soon as she receives
coal. Capt. Stott is expected to re
turn by tho Arawa. Chief Engi
neers Smith and Armstrong, of tho
II. S. S. Philadelphia and H. B. M. S.
Champion, respectively, will oxamiuo
into tho working of tho stoamship,
particularly tho engines, thoir re
port to bo mado to Mr. Wawn por
Boually. Frosidont Solo Has a Narrow Escape
Prosidont Dole camo near mooting
with a sorious accidont yesterday
morning, which would have prob
ably necessitated the appointmont
of another Presidont. He was out
riding on horsoback on Nuuanu
stroot, when tho animal ho bestrode
shied at a milk watron. and mado a
suddon jump to ono side of tho
stroot. The President was unseated,
but ho caught the horse around the
nock, saving nnnsolt iroin tailing to
Grand Army Officers.
Last night Goo. W. Do Long Post,
G. A. R., eloctod the following offi
cers for the ensuing year:
Samuol McKeague, P. C.
W. F. Williams, S. V. C.
John N. Wright, J. V. C.
R. Jay Greene, Quartermaster.
N. B. Emerson, Surgeon.
Rich. Sherman, Chaplain.
Wm. McCandless, Officer of tho
Jas. Tague, Officor of the Guard.
L. A. Thurston, tho P. G. Hawai
ian Minister to Washington, was a
passenger by tho S. S. Alameda from
tho Coast. Secretary F. P. Hastings
remained in Washington.
Fninvv, Dec. 21.
It SI 8 S Alameda, Morse, G dayb from Sun
Stmr Waialoalc from Honokiin and Lsiha-
Schr Kauikeaouli from Koholalcle
Friday, Dec. 22.
11 M S S Alameda, Morie, for the Colonics
at (! p m
Stmr W O Hall for Lahalna, Maalaea,
Kona, Kau and Volcano at 10 a in
Stmr James Makco for Kapau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Schr Kauikeaouli '2100 bags sugar.
Stmr Waialeale 3300 bags sugar, 9 cases
collco plants, 2 cases collet: samples, 2G
head cattle, 50 pkgs sundries.
From San Francisco, per It M S S Ala
meda, Doc 22 W N Armstrong, Mrs J 15
Atherton, H P Baldwin, Dr F V Bliss, K
Black and wife, H N Castle, II H Evans
aud wife, Mrs Qerber, Miss Gerber, Kobt It
Hind, Kobt 1-ewers, Mrs Lowell and child,
Dr Henri JfcQrew, wife, child and nurse,
J O Mitchelson and wife, Miss Mott Smith,
E H Paris, Thos Kenton, Dr F Kobinson,
Lieut W It Kush, H W Severance, Miss H
Sorenson, M Schaulller, L A Thurston, II
A Widemann.J r, 8 O Wilder, J Hymau,
M Green, J Mott Smith and wife, and 61
steerage; 38 cabin aud 30 steerage passen
gers in transit.
For Kauai, per stmr C It Bishop, Dec
-Miss A Lovell and C H Willis.
For San Francisco, ner bk Allien Bosse.
U)ec 21 KT Thompson, Man M Ferrora,
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W Q
Hall, Dec 22 Isaac D Iaea, Mrs J Paaka
ula, Miss E L IVakaula, J W Kalua, Mrs
Marstin' Miss Smithies, K P Chapln, Kev
S H Davis, Sam Kauhano, Miss Miriam
Kauhano and about 27 deck.
By Jas.F. Morgan.
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
At Morgan's Salesroom, an Immense Lot
TOYS AND DOLLS!
Will bo Bold at any Price.
V This will be the hibt Sale of Toys
Jas. IP. Morgan,
On SATURDAY, Dec. 23,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at -umr baxjEisroou:
I will bull-ut Public, Auction iiLIno of
Liqueres, Etc, Etc,
A chuiK'O to lu v In u Stock for the
tmm i a niii mi ra
Hawaiian HaHware GilTITq
' Saturday, Dec. 16, 1893.
The consumer of electricity
for illuminating purposes finds
himself in a position corre
sponding with Moses when the
light was extinguished. We
have no authoritative informa
tion as to just where Moses
was, but the natural solution
to the problem seems to be
that he was in darkness. And
such is the predicament of the
users of the electric lights in
Honolulu. It's an ill wind that
is of no particular benefit to
some one; the break in the
lighting plant was the primary
cause of our selling forty-three
lamps to people, who had
abandoned kerosene for more
modern methods of lighting
their houses. Another reason
for the trade in lamps coming
to us is that we had the goods
at prices suited to the times.
To store-keepers in need of
lamps we can offer some very
pretty two, three and four-light
Chandeliers at very low prices;
they are exquisitely wrought in
brass with either glass or metal
Everyone reads the adver
tising pages of "Century" be
cause the matter is so well
prepared that it compares
favorably with that on the in
ner pages. The advertise
ments of the Standard Manu
facturing Co., with illustrations
of their sinks, bathtubs and
washstands appeal directly to
people who believe that clean
liness is .next to honesty when
acquired in an enamelled bath
tub. For the past year we
have been the agents for the
Standard Manufacturing Com
pany for the sale of their tubs,
etc , and as such we have in
troduced some people to the
only tub in which they can
thoroughly enjoy a bath. On
the "S. N. Castle" we received
another invoice of these goods
having all the latest improve
ments. These will be ready
for inspection to-day, and we
will be pleased to show them
The Wonderful Wertheim
Sewing Machines which we
imported a month or two ago
jumped into favor so quickly
that we deemed it advisable to
order more and by the Mari
posa we received what will be
considered by.judges the finest
sewing machines, both for ser
vice and ornament, ever im
ported to the country. The
"Wertheim Triplex" is a com
bination of three machines in
one, producing three distinct
stitches: the Lock, the Chain,
and the combined Lock and
Chain or Embroidery Stitch.
Every dressmaker appreciates
the advantages of the Chain
Stitch in elasticity and the ease
with which it can be ripped.
With this machine the process
of tacking can be rapidly per
formed without any hand sew
ing whatever. Besides being
the easiest running and best
all 'round machine for home
or tailors' use the tables of the
Wertheim are far handsomer
than those of any other make.
The wood is selected accord
ing to the beauty and evenness
of the grain, while the hand-
some inlaid worn commends
them to all lovers of the beau
tiful. The handsome piano and
banquet lamps in our store
which have won your admira
tion as you passed by would
probably occupy a place in
your dwelling if you would but
ask the price. The Alameda
will bring us more of ..them
just in time to be selected for
Christmas presents, than which
nothing could be more appro
priate. We have some handsome
pieces of Cut Glass, Rookwood
Pottery and small bits in Sil
verware of about the right
value for Christmas gifts.
These are articles that will
never weary the eye; like the
landscape, there will always
be found something pleasant
to look upon,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opiwslta Gpreokelt' Block,
807 FOET STREET.
Anhousor-Busch Brewing Co.
"Wins tho Prize at the
World's Fair with their
"EAG-LE" Brand Boer.
Si. Lin ,c, Out. 28, 1603.
Mcsen". Maltaiilake & Co., L'd.,
Honolulu, H. I.
Dear Sirs: Wo havo mailed you n copy
ot tho Globc-Vemnrrat announcing tho great
victory won by the Attiii'.usKR-Bvscu Asso
ciation with their "BAULK" Brand of
AXHKTJSniMIUSCH BREWING ASSO
CIATION. (Special despatch to Qlobc-Dcmocrat.)
Wori.b's Fair, Ciiicaoo, III., Oct. 20.
No award has over been made so gratifying
to St. Louis people and so justly merited
as tho ono given to-dav by tho Columbian
jury of tho World's Fair, consisting of con
noisseurs and chemists of tho highest rank,
to mo nnouser-uusen ijrowing Associa
tion. By methods of unrivalled buslnpss
enterprise, and by using tho best material
produced in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adulterants or surro-
ates, tuo uuierent Kinus 01 too Anncnsor
Busch beer have becomo tho favorites with
tho American pcorlo, and havo now con
quered the highest award in overy particu
lar, which had to bo considered by tho
Columbian jury. Tho high character of
tho award given to-day by tho jurors will
bo better understood when it is known that
tho dlllerent beers cxhibitod by tho An-heusor-Busch
Browing Association had to
compote with hundreds of tho most excel
lent displays of other brewers. Tho fact
that no other concern has received so
many points for tho various essential qual
ities of good beer confirms nnow tho firm's
rcpulttion as the leader of all American
beers, and Air. Adolphus Busch can feel
proud over this result so justly merited.
T The above is a Fac-slmillo of tbe
Label of tbe " EAGLE " Brand which took
ordering this Beer bo Mire to
ask for the
Maciarlane & Co., L'd,
Aqcnls foi Hawaiian Islands
Aio jiut in jeeeipt of largo, importa
tions by their iron barks "Paul
Isonbcrg" nnd "J. C. Pfluger,"
mid by a number of ves
sels from America.
Counting of a largo and complete
Vienna and Iron Garden Furnituic,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Bedsteads, Etc., Etc.
Beclistein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Grease,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Filtorprcss Cloth, Twine,
Bags, Market Baskets,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Roofing Slates, Firebricks,
Sheet Zinc, Sheet Lead,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
R, R. Materials, -
Steel Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & RICE
Golden Gate, Diamond, Sporry's, Mer
chants and Eldorado
On thu most Liberal Tonus at
Lowest Piiet'H by
II'. Haokfcld & Go.
EMPLE Or FASH ON
Corner JTort. 3c
Toys d Every
Holiday & Xias
I Ml Lead the Market in Low Prices 1
I AM OFFEBING A VERY LARGE STOCK OF
For Ladles, Gontlemor and Ohildren at Low Prices.
SPECIAL At lGc-n fine lino of Ladies' Embroided Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPECIAL At 35c Gents' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
8PECIAL At 12Mc 105 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs.
ttp- My 5c, 10c, 12c, 15 and lOJo. Ladies' Handkerchiefs aro tho best values
ofTered in the market (immense assortment to solect from).
Extra Valuo In Eoslory for Ladles, Gontlomon and Children I
Fast Black dent's Silk Hoso at 315 Dozon 1
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will be ofTered at Lower Prices than over before.
My $4 Suits reducod to $3. My $5 Suits roduced to $3.75. My $6, $6.50
and $7.50 Suits (Knoo Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Knoo Pants reduced to C5c. Sly $2, $2.25 and $2.50
Knoo Pants reduced to 1.50
Boy's Waists ab 65c.
In White and Fancy Percale with Back and Front Pleated and Largo
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette !
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By tho "Australia" duo hero next Saturday I will re ceive a Largo Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
New Novelties In Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE OP
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
csr I I3ST-VITH1 INSPECTION "tsa
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
Do not forget that we have
a Choice Line of Suit
able Goods, consist
ing in part of
The Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
PROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
Brvisli and. Comb Sets,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5S3 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu., H.
3L.OVE3JO"5T &, GO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
fOH THE BALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City,
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cat., U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, McU and Mellow.
Spruanoe, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jleliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks,
P" Tlingfl nnnrlu nn. M..ni. ..,...,! 1.M...I
salo at Very Itoosonnble Prices.
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