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But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 1893.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho full Supromo Court is sitting
Thrum's Hawaiian Annual for
1801 is out.
What troubles our frioiuls oppo
site is tho truth revealed iu Mr.
To say "of eourso" a thing is so
doesn't ranko it so. A contemporary
should turn this plain axiom over.
It may from many a blunder free it.
For its deficiency in reason tho
Advertiser now makes up by a ple
thora of rhymo. And such rhymo
as would stampodo a Chinese hack
ah ongarcuy is ino worsi Kinu oi
a tyranny. Ours would suppress
freedom of speech and tho liborty of
tho press if it wero not that it plays
largely to tho gallorios across seas.
Its spirit is evident onough, how
ovor, from tho words of its organs.
When tho Star invoked tho sedition
law against a contemporary, it
spoke under tho inspiration of tho
Suppose- somebody on tho loyalist
side mado an incursion into tho op
posite camp with a muck rako for
social garbage, aud a bunch of keys
to throw opon household closets
that iucloso tho proverbial skolotons!
Thoro would then bo a frightful
howl from tho mouthpieces of hypo
crisy. From tho records of tho Su
promo Court alono could bo obtain
ed onough facts to spike a good
many guns of tho scandal-monger-ing
crow. And to get "pagans" aud
''dissolute" persons, ono has only lo
collar about overy other man promi
nent in both tho civil aud tho mili
tary branches of tho anti-national
A despatch from Oakland, Cal.,
tells of a meeting at the house of a
Hawaiian there, which Mr. Thurston
attended. It represents tho return
ing Minister as saying ho was going
to Honolulu, ''not to discuss mat
ter?, but to act."' His proposed ac
tion was iu tho lino of having a re
public proclaimed forthwith. Mr.
II. X. Castle, editor of tho Honolulu
Advertiser, was there and is reported
as saying ho was going homo to
help Mr. Thurston's scheme of a re
public. Tho loyalists wore to bo
"stamped out,"' was Mr. Thurston's
reported decree, and Portuguoso
and Japanese to have tho voting
rmiuliiflit so as to swamp the natives,
if a vote wero given to tho natives.
Diamond Head, 11 p. in. Woathor
clear, wind light oast.
Tho findor of a bunch of koys will
ploaso roturn it to tho Bulletin
All mombors of Mystic Lotlfjo, K.
of P., are asked to attend to-night's
Her Majesty's Cabinet met the
Queen at Washington Place this
Joo Corroa, in a card olsowhoro,
offers his sorvicos in stone and
cement work, etc.
See tho list of Rood thincrs to eat
got by tho Metropolitan Moat Com
pany by S. S. Arawa.
Tho P. G. band's concert at tho
Hawaiian Hotel .yostorday evening
was largoly attended.
Purser How of tho S. S. Arawa,
will pleaso accept tho thanks of tho
Bnlletin for news favors.
Hawaiian Lodge, F. & A. M., will
moot at tho Temple this ovouiug, for
tho installation of officers.
Dr. C. T. Kodgors is uo longer the
P. G. army surgeon, having been re
placed by Dr. C. B. Cooper.
It was an error to say that Co. A
was to givo tho ball Saturday even
ing. Prof. Borgor has tho event iu
Tho Misses Albu, assisted by local
talont, will givo a concert at Kawai
ahao Church to-morrow ovening.
Don't miss it.
Rev. H. H. Gowon's wife aud child
arrived by tho Arawa for a visit and
aro tho guests of tho Anglican
Sisters at St. Andrew's Priory.
Captain Stott and wife arrived on
tho S. S. Arawa this morning from
Voucouver, B. C. Tho captain will
tako command of tho S. S. Miowera.
Tho old stornpost bolonging to
tho Miowera was taken from the
Fishmarkot wharf this morning to
tho foundry. It will bo ii'cd as
To-morrow tho boan-guussiug con
test will close. All guessing papers
must be sent iu before 5 p. m. to N.
S. Sachs. Tho nearest guess will win
a silver tea service.
Court Catnoos A. O. F. hold their
annual mooting last night at K. of
P. Hall, Fort stroot, for tho eloction
of its ollicors, when tho following
wero duly oloctod for tho term of
six mouths: .
Junior Past Coiof Rangor, A. V.
Chiof Rangor, F. Wood.
Sub. Chiof Rangor, A. C. Postana.
Treasurer, M. A. Gonsalvos.
Financial Socrotary, J. Eckardt.
Rocordiuc Soorotary, A. H. R.
Senior Woodward, J. S. Audrado.
Junior Woodward, J. A. Gon9alves.
Senior Beadle, J. Feroias.
Junior Boadlo, J. Aloncastor.
Trusteos: Past Chiof Rangor, Dr.
McLonnan, A. G. Correa, J. 0. Quinn.
Of Hood's Sarsaparilla is always
within tho bounds of reason bocauso
it is truo; it always appoals to tho
sober common sonso of thinking poo
plo bocauso it is truo; aud it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which in tho financial world
would bo accoptod without a mo
Hawaiian EarflwarB Go., Li
Hood's Pills euro livor ills, cousti-
Eation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
Tuehiuy, Dec. 2d.
S S Arawa, from Vancouver, 1) C
Sclir Millo Morris from Kooluu
Wednesday, Dec. 'J7.
Stmr Kuala for Waiunac, Mokulvia, Kn
huku and I'unalun
Stmr Jiunos Makoo for Kapaa nt 1 p in
J ranclsco at 10 a in
Am bktno IrniKard, Schmidt, lor San
pan nt 1 )
Saturday, Dec. S3, 1893.
People who have been
guessing at the result of the
political crisis arc at liberty to
It is almost a day after the
fair to call your attention to
Christmas goods, but like the
ladder of fame there is always
room at the top, so there is
yet time to remind the people
that we have a stock of the
handsomest lamps ever im
ported to this country. A few
years ago the style ran to
wrijught iron; this was follow
ed by polished brass and nickel
stands. This year the fashion
changes again to wrought iron
and the designs we show you
are the very latest conceits of
New York Manufacturers. The
same idea is carried out in the
banquet lamps which, with the
handsome silk shades that go
with them, are truly artistic.
We ask your inspection of
these goods feeling confi
dent you will approve of our
Anhousov-Busoh Browing Co.
"Wins tho Prizo at the
World's Fair with their
"EAGLE" Brand Beer.
S'r. Lofip, Out. U8, lb!)3.
Mr.skr.s. Mait.mila.mi&2i.i l.'n.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Dear Sirs; Wo liavo mailed you n copy
of tho Qhbe-Denwirat announcing tho great
victory won by tho Aniikuseu-IJusch Asso
ciation with their "EAOLK" Brand of
l'coplo living iu these islands can
not fail to havo an interest in tho
things of California. In supplying
themselves with reading matter" for
llio new year, our readers should
look into tho claims of the Cali
uian Illustrated Magazine. This
periodical eceni to bo improving
with every fcsuo, aud tho art of its
production will pass muster with
that of any magaino in the United
States, whoso periodical literature
leads the world iu brightness and
general slle. The Christmas num
ber of tho" Californian has a cover
of artistic design, glittering with
gold leaf, which is not a screen for
an indifferent interior. Its contents
aro instructive and entertaining
from beginning to ond. Thoro aio
poems and stories for the season
beautifully illustrated. Among tho
descriptivo articles is ono on tho
Midwinter Fair, with pictures of tho
buildings. There is another ono on
'Tho Hills aud Corners of Sau Fran
cisco." Bertha F. Horrick writosou
"California Forest Trees," and Joa
quin Millor, poet of tho Sierras, an
article entitled, "If I wero Califor
nia," which deals in a striking way
with tho labor problem in tho Gold
en 'State. "California Through a
Snow Bank," by Philip Grayson,
enchains one with tho variety of
bceuory and climate to bo overhauled
in a day's travol, while its pictures
aro superb products of tho engraver.
Of general papers, "Tho Golden
Jubileo of Popo Loo XIII.," by
Fannio C. W Barbour, and "Early
Art iu America," by Prof. John
Richardson, are worthy of load
ing mention. Tho Californian is
only S3 a year, with special offers to
tier bk J C I'llugur, Welters, for San Fran
cisco Stmr J A Cummins for Kooluu
Stmr Hawaii for Paauhau, Kukaiau and
Uokala at fi yi m
Stmr Kilnuca Hon for Hakalau, Hononiu
and Pohakutnanu at 4 p m
Stmr I.chun for Olowalu at 2 p in
Schr Slary K Foster for Lahaiua
Schr Millo Morris for Koolnn
Schr Sarah fc Kliza for Koolau
Schr Mahimahi for Waialuu
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Schr Mille Morris 100 bags rice.
f Signed I
S'HhUSKIMirjfcOH MKKWIXG ASSO
Corner .fort So "E-Iotol Stroots.
aoys m Every uescnp
What Goes for News.
A correspondent from Hamakua
writing to tho Advortisor, Dec. 15,
makes tho following absurd state
ment: "Notwithstanding tho lato
drought, Hamakua mills will yield
a fair tonnage of sugar. Tho fivo
mills are expected to manufacture
Borne thirty or thirty-five thousand
tons of this very inuisponsiblo pro
duct, a yiold not inferior to that of
our rainy uoighbor." Now this
would bo fuuuy if it wero not so
shamelessly false, ridiculous, aud
foolish. To talk of the Hamakua
districtj at tho present time, yield
ing as much sugar as that of Ililo is
nothing but rank nonseuso. It
seems somewhat strange that a per
son could livo in a district aud be so
ignorant as to make such a compari
son, as it is woll known to everybody
that tho Hamakua plantations aro
in n crippled, while tho Ililo plan
tations aro iu a suporb condition,
And ns tho estimated yield of tho
l'apaikou and Wuiuaku plantations
is fourteen thousand tons, it's safo
to say that these two plantations
alono will yield moro tons of sugar
than the whole of tho Hamakua
Hawaii, Due. :d, J8M.
Tho S. S. Arawa resumes her voy
age to tho Colonies at 4 o'clock this
afternoon. The Arawa experienced
heavy stormy weather all tho way
down, with plenty of rain.
Mrs. W. G. Smith aud family left
on tho barkontino Irmgard this
morning for tho Coast. Mr. Smith,
editor of the Star, accompanied
them to sea, roturning on tho pilot
A young lad named Kolomoua
was held for investigation this morn
ing by Detectivo Larseu for tho
committal of tho burglary on Punch
bowl atreot in a Chinese storo re
Tho custom houso building is be-
mg mauo tho haoitat of spies. A
largo number of them aro said to
sleep at night in tho building, for
tho purpose of watching tho move
ments of the warships.
During tho concert to bo given
to-morrow (Thursday) evening by
tho Misses Albu, Miss Julio Albu
will sing "Aloha Oe," and Miss Hose
Albu will givo "Like no a Like. Mr.
Charles Booth will sing two solos.
Jas. L. McLean petitions for pro
bato of the will of tho lato Robert
Gray, wnich leaves all to tho widow
excepting a gold watch aud chain,
which aro left to Eobert Christio
McLeau. Tho estato consists of 40
shares I. . S. N. Co.'s stock valued
at S3000, besides which there is a
lifo policy in tho Mutual in favor of
A huge piece of timber, measuring
about 40 feet in length aud 30 inches
in diameter, and weighing about
three tons, was lowered from tho
deck of tho schooner Alico Cooko
this morning to the wharf at tho
foot of Fort street. Tho timber will
bo used in making a now bowsprit
for the steamer C. It. Bishop.
An interesting drill was had in
tho harbor this morning. Tho
Naniwa's boats, armed with cannon,
wont cruising about tho harbor,
signals directing their movements
being mado from tho ship by a com
bination of stick signals and flags.
The drill was watched from shoro
with great interest by many people
Tho steamship Arawa, in backing
alongside tho P. M. S. S. wharf, col
lied with tho steamer Lohua, driv
ing the points of her propeller into
tho sido of tho little steamer and
carrying away ono of her stays. A
little moro forco in her backward
movomont would havo demolished
tho Lohua. Tho Lohua only sus
tained a few scratches on her sides.
From Vancouver, Jl C, per stmr Arawa,
Dec '27 Mr and Mr.s McDonald, Mrs Gowcn
and child, Mrs l'lowellinc and child, Mr
and Mrs Whito, MrsCat-tio and child, Cap
tain and Mrs Stott, Mr Bracliman, l)r and
Mrs Canton, MNs White.
For Kauai, pur stmr Mlkahala Dec 2(!
Mrs Junius Kaac.Mihs Kane, Miss Dick
son, J Lane, E L Kauai, Miss A Kc.itoha, E
Oruisteail, Jl Wolters, H Antonen, 0
Bolte and wife, Mita J Smith and about 13
For Maui nor stmr Clandinc Dec 21 H
P Baldwin, Uro Felix, ltro Alfred,
Betters, Mrs E F
Ward, T Morie and -7
CONNOR At Halawa, Ewa, Oahu, Dec.
27, 1803, Thomas Connor, aged 7(J years,
a native of the United States, and horn
in New York City. Has been a long
resident on the islands. Ho has of
lato been under the care of the Ameri
can Belief Society and J. I. Dowsett.
"0TJMMINGS At the residence of her
daughter, Mrs. Geo. Aird, Wilbrod
street, on the 14th instant, Christina
Catherine Amelia Cummings, relict of
Boderick Boss of this city, aged 70
years." The decoasod was the mother
of Goo. J. Boss of Honolulu.
BBYANT-OnNov. 30th, in Victoria, B.
C, of spinal meningitis, Mary Ann
Biyant, aged 8 years and 7 months,
youngest daughter of John and Jes-.ii)
Bryant of this city.
Tho Coming Concert.
In giving a concert for tho benefit
of Kawaiahao Church, tho Misses
Albu evince a liberal spirit that
ought to bo reciprocated. Their
beautiful voices aro thoir capital, and
it is simply munificent of them to
givo n concort to help a nativo
church. Tho congregation of Ka
waiahao has boon making heroic
ofiorts to clear off its debt, and will
doubtless realize a haudsomo amount
from to-morrow ovoniug's concort.
M4ss Albu is going to ropoat "Aloha
Oe," iu which she made a lino hit at
tho Opera House, aud Miss Roso
Albu will also tackle nativo iu "Liko
no a Liko." Tho low prico of gen
eral admission is certain to crowd
tho largo edifice, and those who
would bo suro of comfort ought to
havo thoir seats rosorvod. This can
bo done at Mr. Levey's olllce.
All kinds of Commercial Printing
promptly exeouted at low rates at the
TIIU KSD AY EV:N IIStG,
DEOEMBEB 2ath, 1R'j:S.
Doors opon 7:"0. Commence at 8.
SPECIAL OBAND CONCERT BY THE
In aid of the Kawaiahao Church Fund,
assisted by t
LEADING LOCAL TALENT!
orkat ntixiiiAMMK ikci.upihm hui:t:
"Ho Shall Feed His Flock," (from tho
"I Know a Bank."
To be sung by the MISSES ALBU.
MISS JULIE ALBU
Will sing "Robert, toi que J'ntme" (Robert
"The Lost Chord," "Angel.s Ever Bright
and Fair." '
MISS BOSU ALBU,
"Good Night Beloved" (Balfo), "Like no a
"Until, Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee"
(Gounod), and gems of Popular Music.
Oman and Pianoforlo Accomnanist.
iW-Rcserved seats, $1; other part?, fiO
cents. Plan and tickets at L. .1. Levey's.
N. B. To prevent crowding at the doors,
tickets for all parts on sale at L. J.
Levoy'p. M. L. M. PLUNKF.TT.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. SI, F. & A. II.
rpHEUE WILL BE A SPECIAL MEET
X ing of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, V. &
A. M at Masonic Templo, corner of Ala
kea and Hotel streets. THIS (Wednesday)
EVENING, December 27th, at 7:30 o'clock
Installation of Oituths.
Members of Lodge I,o Progros and bo
journing Brethren are fraternally invited
to be present.
By order of tho W. M.'.
T. E. WALL,
MYSTIC LODGE, NO. S, K. of P.
Agreeably with fall in the
price of sugar we have import
ed a number of small, low
priced silver pieces admirably
adapted to the wants of people
who wish to make handsome,
at the same time inexpensive
presents. These goods com
prise, Knife Rests, Salts and
Peppers, small Breakfast Cas
tors, sets of Individual Butters
with Knives, Tilting Pitchers,
Salad Bowls iu hammered sil
ver, Nut Cracks, Drinking
Cups, Flasks and improved
Cocktail and Lemonade Mix
ers. These articles make a
beautiful showing and are very
cheap. For holiday gifts noth
ing will be appreciated more
by the recipient.
Another word about lamps:
Last year, about Christmas
time, we received three very
pretty little lamps which may
have been intended for night
lamps or for sewing by, they
were gooa enougn lor any
purpose for which lamps are
used and handsome enough
to be used as ornaments. We
kept them twenty minutes.
This year we imported a half
dozen more and unless the
taste of the public has changed
they won't remain with us very
long. The designs are rather
handsomer than those of last
year and the price a shade
lower; the times demand it
and we're up with the times,
often a few days ahead.
To come down to the actual
every day necessities oi lite
but which are suitable for
Christmas gifts what's the
matter with a filter? A few
weeks ago " Punch" published
a cartoon illustrating a man
and woman debating the sub
ject of hard times at this sea
son, and the husband's inabil
ity to make suitable Christmas
gifts. " It's hard times we're
having, Peggy, and I'll agree
no to make you a Christmas
gift if you'll no make me one."
As the money would all
have to come out of the hus
band's pocket he made a
double saving by the opera
tion. To those men who wish
to follow, not too closely, the
plan suggested by Punch's
cartoon we would advise the
purchase of some article like a
set of Haviland China, a Filter
or a Range which would be of
service to all the family. We
have the articles and we feel
certain we can give the public
(Special ICcspatch to Glohc-lhmocral.)
Wont.n's Faih, CntcAoo, Iu.., Oct. 2C
No award has ovfirbecn mado so gratifying
to St. Louis peoplo and so justly merited
as tho ono given to-day by tho Columbian
jury of tho World's Kalr. consisting of con
noisseurs and chemists of tho highest rank,
to tho Anhcusor-Busch Brewing Associa
tion. By methods of unrivalled business
enterprise, mid by using tho best material
produced in America and Europe, exclud
ing corn and othor ndultorants or surro
gates, tho dillerent kinds of the Anheuser
Busch beer havo becomo tho favorites with
tho American peorlo, and havo now con
queicd tho highest award in overy particu
lar, which had to bo considered by tho
Columbian jury. Tho high character of
tho award givon to-day by tho jurors will
bo better understood when it is known that
tho different beers exhibited by tho Anheuser-Busch
Browing Association had to
compete with hundreds of tho met excel
lent displays of other brewers. Tho fact
that no other concern has received so
many points for the various essential qual
ities of good beer confirms anew tho firm's
reputation as the leader of nil American
beers, and Mr. Adoiphus Bnsch can feel
proud over this result so justly merited.
a lias GoMs !
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLL
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices !
B" The above Is a Fac-slmllle of the
Label of the " EAGLE " Brand which took
In orderinc this Boer be sure to
ask for tho "BAGLE" Brand.
Macfarlaue & Co., L'd,
8!)5-tf Aqents for Hawaiian Islands
I AM OPFBBING A VKRY LARGE STOCK OF
n .a. ssr id k: ej t. o h i ej f s
For Ladles, Gentlemen and Children at Low Pricos.
SI'EOIAL-At lfic.-a fino lino of Ladies' Embroidcd Silk Handkprchio'a.
SPECIAL At 35c. Gents' Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs.
SPECIAL-At 12'ic 103 dozen Fancy Silk Handkerchiefs.
f My Co., 10c, 12J4c, 15 and lOJc. Ladies' Handkerchiefs nro tho best valuo.i
offered in the market (immense assortment to select from).
Extra Valuo In Hcrclery for Ladios, Gentlemen anil Children 1
Fast Black Gont's Silk Hose at $15 Dozen t
Great Gut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will be offered at Lower Biices than ovor before.
My $4 Suits reduced to 03. My $5 Suits roducod to $3.75. My 00, $0.50
find $7.50 Suits (Knoo Pants) reduced to $5.
Iu Boy's Kuee Pants Goad Values are Offered!
Ey SI Kbbq P-ints reduced to 65c. My 2, $2.25 and $2.50
Knee Pants reduced to $1.50
Boy's "Waists art 65c.
In White and Fancy Vercale with Back aud Front Pleated and Large
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette I
Fnll Line ol India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
IJy the "Australia" duo here next Saturday I will n'celvo a Large Stock of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
New Kovelties In Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LARGE INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
fir I I2sT"VIrPEl HSFHlOTIOnST -a
Corner Fort and Hotel Sis., .... Honoluln, H. i.
ALL MLMlU'ltH OKMYBT10 LODGE,
No. 'i, K. of V., aro nrucd to bo nrea-i-nt
at their Oastici Hall, THIB (Wodnos
day) EVENING. Nomination and election
JVr order uf the i'. ('.
K, of 1'.. .t H.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., 7'd
Opposite SpreokeU' Block,
307 FORT STREET.
Aro just in receipt of large importa
tions by their iron barks "Paul
nnd by a number of ves
Hels from America.
Consisting of a. large and complete
Vienna and Iron Garden Furniture,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron IJedsleatls, Etc., Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
American & European
Oils and Paints, Lubricating Grease,
Caustic Soda, Wash Soda,
Fillorpress Clotli, Twine,
Bags, Market Babkcts,
Demijohns, Etc., Etc.
Rooting Slates, Firebrick,
Sheet Zinc, Slieot Lead,
Plain and Corrugated Iron,
11. II. Materials,
Steel Rails, Etc., Etc.
SUGAR & EICE
Golden Gale, Diamond, Sperry's, Mer
chants and Eldorado
On the mtiet Liberal Torinu at llio
Lowest Prices by
H. Mackfeld & Co.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
flu MM I iMMmuiJ
Do not 'g; OUT GLASS
able Goods consist- Cologne Bottles !
nig in part or
The Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
Bi-usli and OonaTo Sets,
K:od.a,ls.s, Etc., Slto.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
ess Fort Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
LO'VESTOY cfe, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERSAND SOLE AGENTS
FOU THE SALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superor California Wines,
From "Uncle Sam" Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cal., U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America's Finest Production, Jlich and Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jlelialle.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drinks.
tUT" These Goods :uo Unaruntecd l'Mrst-clasu in ovcrv rwiMii'Ul unit aie ullurvJ lot
talu at Very Kouioimlilu 1'rlcus. ' H37-3ui
Mutual Telephone 808--
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