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Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
Hut Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, DEC. HO, 1893.
THE CLOSING YEAIt.
On this occasion, tlio Inst issuo (if
tho Bulletin for I ho year 1893, wo
wish all ovir friends anil patrons hap
piness and prosperity for tho ap
proaching now year.
Both at homo and abroad tho year
that is fast obbing away has beou
uotnblo iu many rospocts. Thoro is
no need now to troublo our readers
with any detailed rotrospoctivo re
marks as to Hawaiian affairs for tho
year. Thoro has boon little to say on
this subject during tho year that was
not rotrospoctivo. Everything in our
condition harks back to tho events in
connection with tho overthrow of
Hawaii's timo-honorod political in
stitutions, coilplod with tho attempt
to dostro- forovor Hawaii's happily
independent existence for fifty yoars.
Sullico it to say now that tho friouds
of national iudopoudonco look for
ward with roasouablo hopofuluoss to
.tho coming year. Thoy depended
on tho traditional justico of tho
United Slates and her magnanimity
to weak nations, to right what thoy
boliovo to have been a grievous
wroug dono by tho representatives
of that nation to this country.
Their conBdcnco has proved abund
antly, so far as tho Executive of that
nation is concerned, to have beou
well placed. Appuarauccs aro that
Congress will havo proved equally
worthy of their trust. Thoy havo
in tho meantime reason to bo proud
of tho dignified bearing and discroot
conduct of tho Hawaiian pooplo in
all thoso mouths that they havo
been ruled by force bought with tho
forcefully attached revenues of tho
deposed Queon and her county.
Despite tho over pressing political
excitement, private business interests
in thoso islands have been wonder
hilly prosperous. Failures have been
less frequent, if we mistake not,
than in many previous years when
political inattors were comparatively
quiescent. An increase iu tho prico
of sugar which ruled for awhilo
inado tho balauco of trado always
on our sido all tho richer. Tho year
Ws seen tho starting of a now lino
of fine steamships across tho Pacific
betweon Australia and North Ame
rica with Honolulu as a calling port.
Outside of considerable streot and
sidewalk improvement, little has
boon dono in public works. Tho
military government is too expen
sive to leave much for permanent
improvements. That tho couutrj
still lives as well as it does under its
unwonted burdens only proves tho
great vitality of its resources.
Abroad the great event of tho
year has been tho World's Fair at
Chicago, in commemoration of tho
four hundredth anniversary of tho
discovery of America by Christopher
Columbus. All nations mot there to
show their choicest products and to
' do honor both to the United States
and the enterprising young giant
city of tho prairic3. It was far and
away tho greatest international ex
hibition ovor held.
Thero havo beou groat events in
international politics. (Jreatost has
been tho settlement of tho Eohring
Sea disputes between Great Britain
and tho United States by peaceful
arbitration and on terms mutually
satisfactory. It is another of a series
of such noble object lessons to tho
world. An alliance between tho
Empire of Uussia and tho liopublic
of Franco as an oluot to tho Triple
Alliiuu'o of Germany, Austria and
Italy with Great Britain supposed
ly in harmony thorowith, seems to
have been olfuctcd.
Central and South America have
produced little but wars ami rumors
of wars, and a desperate internecine
-t rife is still raging in the now re
public of Brazil with doubtful is
sues. Gladstone's iucnun of homo
rule for Ireland tiiumphcd in tho
people's House of Parliament, only
to bo rejected as expected by tho
House of Lords. This ovont marks
an advanced stago in tho long-pending
struggle, which may eventuate
yet in local solf-go eminent for each
groat division of tho United King
dom. In tho Uuitcd Stales President
Cleveland's aeei-s-imi lo power was
promptly followed by his pressing
through Congicv, a heroic moasuro
of relief from a bad curroncy situa
tion. Ho and Jih party havo still
i heir election pledjes of tariff re
form to carry out, and U103' havo
shown thoy will not tarry in tho
effort. The Hawaiian question thoy
jl'o Jiavo, but it is 0110 arisen out of
as it woro, sinco thoir vio-
toiy at tho pulls. Wo havo already
oxpicssed confidence in thorn for
rattling that honorably,
Thoro has been n fulness of cala
mity iu difloront parts of tho world
tho past year. Hawniinus should bo
iluly gratoful that noithor groat din
Waster nor griovous postilonco lias
JW given thoin cntiso of mourning. Tho
V finking of tho British battleship
Victoria, Out frightful dynamite ox.
plosion nt Santnndor, n fearfully
dostructivo oarthquako in Porsia,
and a long list of dreadful railway
accidouts in tho United Stntos, to
gether with widospread financial dis
nstor in both tho United States and
Australia, havo made it on tho whole
a rathor sad yoar to many thousands
of our race.
This article does, not protond to
bo nu oxhaustivo roview of all ro
markablo ovonts of tho year, but
only a sort of sample shoot of hnp
poniugs of tho greatest nolo. Let
us hopo that tho coming year will
havo ovon rnoro of happino3s and
loss of misery to chroniclo as its ro
cord when its closing hours havo
arrived. With hopo that springs
oterual iu tho human breast, thoro
should bo coupled offort by every
worthy man to mako tho world's
condition bottor as tho years roll on.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
(lly f. S. Aiistr.iliu.
San Fmxcisco, Doc. 23.
LATEST ABOUT HAWAII.
TOLICY OF THE PRESIDENT TO BE PCSIIEB.
"Washington despatches in tho San
Francisco papors aro strongly col
ored to mako everything unfavor
able to tho Administration. Thoy
show, howover, that tho President's
Hawaiian policy is to bo vigorously
pushed to a conclusion in Congress
Tho Souato Committeo ou Foreign
Relations will sit on tho matter dur
ing the holidays. It is said it will
take tho testimony of several Ha
waiians in Washington beforo they
Democrats are represented as feel
ing that tho resolutions roported to
tho Houso aro liable to devolve a
heavy responsibility on tho part'.
McCreary is also said to bo censured
for including Commander Wiltso in
his expressions of condemnation. It
is held wrong to condemn the dead
commander for carrying out orders
issued to him.
Chairman Wilson of tho Ways
and Moans Committee is roprosonted
as refusing to consent to tho first
two days aftor tho holidays being
given to tho Hawaiiau matter. If
this is true, tho objections of Wilson
have apparently been over-ruled, as
Chairman MeCreary assured tho
Houso that two days would be given
to tho Hawaiian question within tho
first ten days.
COMMODORE STANTON RESTORE.
Secretary Herbert has restored
Commodore Stanton to duty and
assigned him to tho command of tho
North Atlantic squadron. Tho
Secretary in his letter said tho de
partment never considered Stanton
intentionally guilty of any wrong,
in saluting tho rebel flagship at ltio,
but only that ho committed a grave
error of judgment. For this reason,
and to satisfy tho authorities of
Brazil, who were offended at his
action, ho was detached from tho
Tho U. S. S. Koarsargo has beou
sent to San Domingo to protect
American interests, in consequence
of advices of a plot to assassinato
A NOVEL SUIT.
Employoos of tho Toledo, St.
Louis and Kansas City Railroad
havo petitioned tho United States
Court at Toledo for an order to
allow them to receive living wages
from tho company. This is tho first
action of tho kind ever begun. Tho
men say, as tho United States Court
would not allow tho employees of
tho Ann Arbor road to strike Jast
spring, thoy havo appealed to it for
justico rather than tako the chances
of a losing strike and of being out
of employment for tho rest of tho
Owing to tho refusal of the Cana
dian Pacific to rostoro transconti
nental ratos unless allowed a differ
ential, thoro is likely to bo a general
war of railway rates across tho con
tinent. Shortly after 1 o'clock this (Satur
day) morning a cavb-iu occurred at
tho Homestead iron works, by which
it is known that fourteen man woro
Chinoso in Connecticut aro dis
inclined to register, in spite of
6trong official warnings. They re
fused to register beforo and wont
unpunished and seem ready to daro
the law again.
A renewal of tho rumor about tho
President's health, though receiving
littlo credit, affected stocks unfavor
ably in Now York yesterday.
Governor Mitchell flatly refused
to grant a chartor to tho Duval
Athlotic Club, and declared ho
would uso all lawful means to pro
vent tho Corbott-Mitoholl fight from
taking placo m Florida.
S. H. Hart has boon arrested at
Baltimore for ombozzling $30,000 of
tho funds of tho Buckley, Wash.,
bank. Ho is said to havo swindled
out of considerable money.
Thoro is not a single exhibit yet
in placo for tho Midwinter Fair.
It is reported that John D. Rocke
feller has made anothor gift of
$1,000,000 to tho Chicago University.
At tho trial of Prondergast for tho
murder of Mayor Harrison of Chi
cago, a number of exports havo testi
fied that thoy bolioved tho prisoner
sano and responsible for his acts.
Lewis A Hill, paying toller of tho
St. Nicholas bank, Now York, wont
short $12,000 and has boon arrestod
at Newark, N. J,
A crazy son of Briglinm Young
tried to run amuck on tho singe of
tho Salt Lako Theatre. Ho was
ovorpoworod by a property man be
foro ho could mako a tragedy.
Mayor Torhuuo of Anderson, Ind.,
has issued nu order to tho chief of
polico to furnish each night patrol
man witli a blacksnako whip. Every
tramp will bo whipped out of tho
city and whipped again if ho re
turns. This action is takon on ac
count of frequent outrngos by
nnroirrr.n capture or 1110 nr. Janeiro.
Rumors woro curront in Poruam-
buco yesterday that Rio do Janoiro
had boon captured by tho robol Ad
miral Mello, and that President
Poixolo was a prisonor. Tho pooplo
of Pornauibueo did not credit tho
Noithor in official nor diplomatic
circlos at Washington nro tho rumors
of tho fall of Rio bolioved. Tho
fact that Captain Picking has sent
no roport of such happonings is
takon as proof that tho nows is at
At the Brazilian legation no cables
had boon received since tho dopart
uro of Ministor Moudonca for Now
York on Wednesday.
Do Zoballos, tho Argontino Minis
tor, received, no nows and was suro,
if tho reports woro correct, it would
bo known in Buonos Ayros, which is
tho Now York of South Amorica.
Ho says that Mollo and Gnma havo
no forco strong enough to capturo
Rio, whilo Poixoto has G000 soldiers
to ropol invasion. Tho reports, ho
says, aro probably based ou tho fact
that tho robols havo takon soma out
post or part of tho city.
Tho American Consul has sont
tho complaints of sovoral American
captains to Capt. Picking of tho
Charleston, regarding damage dono
to tho rigging of thoir ships by the
indiscriminate firiug of Mollo's gun
uors. Not only merchantmen but
foroigu warships havo boon struck
by shells, which aro Hying in all
directions ovor tho bay.
It is supposed that several of
Mollo's officers havo desortod their
ships on account of Gama's mon
Tho vessels bought by tho Govern
ment iu tho United States and
Europe aro arriving at different
points on tho coast ono after anothor.
It has been found difficult thus far
to got a fighting crow for the Nic
thoroy lying at Pernambuco.
Tho U. S. S. Now York is ordored
to Rio with Admiral Bonham. It
is not known for certain whethor
the monitor Miantonomah will go
thoro as was reported sno would.
Thoro is a possibility that tho San
Francisco may come homo aftor tho
arrival out of tho Now York.
General Dodds cables to Paris
that King Behanzin is noarty sur
rounded and his capturo is immi
nent. Gladstone has scored a victory in
tho Houso of Commons, making a
great speech and Doing sustained by
a majority of 36 on naval matters.
A motion implying want of regard
for tho necessities of tho navy by
tho Government was taken by the
Premier as a vote of want of confi
dence. Ho moved an amendment
expressing full confidence of Par
liament in tho Cabinet as to naval
improvement, which passod by tho
majority above stated. Tho London
Globo says that all tho lords of tho
Admiralty resigned aftor Tuesday's
debato in tho Houso of Commons,
and only withdrew thoir resigna
tions on the assurance from Sir Wil
liam Vornon Harcourt that tho Gov
ornmont intended to maintain tho
supremacy of tho British navy.
Ministor Thurston Makes a Deposi
tion iu tho Immigration Cass.
In tho enso of H. Hackfeld & Co.
vs. W. G. Irwin & Co. and others,
tho deposition of L. A. Thurston,
formorly Ministor of lutorior, was
takon to-day iu auticipotioir of his
dopnrturo. Tho caso is on tho sauio
grounds and for tho same servicos
as that of Carl Henoch against tho
Hawaiian Govornmont, which ro
suited in 'favor of defendant at tho
jury trial in tho Circuit Court.
Judgo Cooper this morning heard
T. K. R. Amalu vs. Koua Fruit Co.
Kinney for plaintiff; Rosa for de
fendant. Aswan's petition for a writ oft ha
beas corpus to allow a Chinaman on
boird tho Ocoanic liberty to land iu
Honolulu, which was filed on Oct.
18, was set for hearing to-day, the
Oceanic boiug in port. Up "to 12
o'clock, howover, tho hearing had
not taken placo.
Lotion of Honor
Hawaiian Council, Xo. G80, Ameri
can Legion of Honor, elected officers
for tho ensuing half year last, night
A. E. Murphy. Commauder (re
.1. Mort Oal, Vico Commander;
Julius Asch, Orator;
J. F. EckardtjSecrotnryr
Clias. Hustacc, Treasurer;
Thos. Douglas, Collector;
F. E. Nichols, Warden;
Geo. P. Castle, Chaplain.
Purser McCombo of the S. S.
Australia will ploaso accept tho
thanks of tho Bulletin for nows
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'fl
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, Jan. (ith
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At in v Salesroom, iJiikoi Street, I will
-I'll at 1'nblli: Auction, that Valua
ble Itcttlencc known a tin'
The Property has n finntaw it US fi ol 011
Kit kill Street nml i about
l!(X) feet deep.
Tlicin is a ('oiivcaWnt
2-Story Dwelling Houso
Containing 10 I'noius, Cottngo and Oul-
i9ucm on the Lit The Main Hoiuo
contains lli Room", Kitchen
and Until. Also
DISTRICT COTJBT MATTERS.
1 2-Room Cottage
1 1-Roora Cottage!
Flacc van be inspected on appiiiM
This Morning's Business Results
Mostly in Continuances.
Tho civil suit of James I. Dowsett
vs. Mrs. Flora Jones and P. Jones
for 200 on a note was hoard again
in tho District Court this morning.
A. S. Hartwell appeared generally
for P. Jones and specially for tho
other defendant, and stated that
proper service had not been made
ou Mrs. Jonos. Tho latter being ill
at the time of tho service, tho suit
was continued till Jan. Jd, on mo
tion of plaintiff's counsel.
Thero woro no convictions in tho
District Criminal Court to-day. Tho
cho fa cases, with the exception of
one who pleaded guilty, were dis
charged. Sentence was susponded
as to tho guilty prisoner.
Two Japs, Kurazoo Morioka and
Utaro Shigonaga, camo boforo Mag
istrate nooertson on a charge of as
sault and battery on Nakazoo
Ochiai, at Ewa, on Doc. 28. By
advice of counsel both pleaded
not guilty, and tho caso was sot for
Tho caso of a Chinaman named
Ah Look, arrested for selling opium
last night, was sot for Jan. 4th. An
other celestial for vagrancy was
ordered to appear in Court on Jan.
Keaupuui and Kooni Bulu, ar
rested for cho fa playing, woro released.
Building and Loan Associat
rpHK REGULAR MONTHLY MKKT
X. inc will be held at tho Chamber nf
Commerce on TUESDAY EVENING, Jan
uary 2, 1S91, at 7:30 o'clock.
8?- Payments avo required in Gold.
JUI1.N U. HUTtlW IjIjIj,
A FEW ROOMS, FUR
niulied or unfurnished.
Cool location. Ten minutes-walk
from Post Office.
Alo Stablo and Carriage House. Impure
at utnt. uuui wwij niuiu',,
!U9-4t Fort Street
CALL AT W. G. IRWIN &
(Ltd). Important information
rX AND AFTER THE Ht JANUARY
KJ 1M)1, tho retailing of Dry
019-lw THEO. II
DAVIES ,t CO.
Baseball on Now Year's Day.
Tho Unknowns and tho Planets
will play tho last gamo of tho season
on Monday, Jan.l, 1891, at 10 o'clock
in tho morning; as no onjoymout is
going on tho boys ought to bo pat
ronized, as a good gamo is going to
bo played. This gamo decides tho
championship. Following aro tho
t'.NKXOWNS. 1-03ITIO.N. 1'LAXETH.
O.AIwohl o M. Gomes
G.Wood p W. Biko
H.Harris lb S. Ku
H.Miranda 2b J. Fosiah
O.Clark 3b G. Krattie
L. Miranda ss M.Kiwa
J. Hiibbingor cf D. Dancer
M. Hopkins rf J.Carter
(', Hopkins If J. Sonzu
Ask Your Frionda
Who havo takon Hood's Sarsaparilla
what thoy think of it, and tho ro
plios will bo positive in its favor,
simply what Hood's Sarsaparilla
doos, that tolls tho story of its mo
rit. Ono has boon curod of indiges
tion or dyspopsin, another finds it
indispousablo for sick hoadachu or
biliousness, whilo others roport ro
mnrkablo cures of scrofula, catarrh,
rlioiunaliKin, salt rlioum, otu.
ifood'd Pills nro purely vogolablo,
Tho roUiiliujr of dry goods will bo
discontinued aftor Jan. 1st by tho
linn of Thoo. II. Uavies Co,
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian Islands. In Probate.
IN THK MATT,:i: uF THE EfaTATE
of LUIC KANG, late of Honolulu, de
"n reading: mid filing tho petition of 8.
Ahmi, of kahului, Maui, alleging that
Lul; bung, of Honolulu, uied intestate ut
('hay Hung, China, on tho 8th day of July,
A. 1. 1887, and praying that Lettera of Ad
ministration issuo to H. Ahmi.
It is ordered that MONDAY, tho 15th
day of January, A. 1). 1601, bo and hereby
is appointed for hearing i-aid petition in
tho Court Room of this Court, at Hono
lulu, at which time and place all persons
concerned may appear and show cuns,o, if
any they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
Dated Honolulu, H. I Dec. IS, 1S03.
lly tho Court:
OHAB. F. PETERSON.
J0"Wit was Clerk.
PEH S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
Saturday Ike. (JO, IMS.
Metaphorically speaking the
world stands to-day on the
ragged skirts of the old year
and, in a perturbed state of
mind, contemplates the possi
bilities and probabilities of
1894. The commercial disas
ters which befel the United
States during the past twelve
months were of a character to
make the merchant, every
where, carefal as to his pur
chases as well as his sales.
The banker who watched the
"cent per cent" promissory
notes of his customers blos
som, left them to the receivers
to pluck the fruit.
As usilal, for hard times has
had no visible effect upon us,
we start the year with a large
assortment of handsome goods
as well as serviceable articles.
Wc can give you a plow a
Hendry Breaker that is both
handsome and serviceable in
the eyes of the plantation
manager, but which would be
unattractive to the lady who
sees more beauty in one of
our piano lamps. Our stock
is selected to suit people in all
classes of society from the 400
down, but the quality in each
class is the best, and that is
the reason that every article
we sell gives perfect satisfac
tion. The invoice of lamps we re
ceived just a little late for
Christmas included some very
handsome ones, perhaps the
prettiest we have ever had,
and do just as well after the
holidays as any other time;
and the silver ware looks just
as well on the table. The idea
that a man should buy for his
home such articles as these on
a certain day, or at some spe
cial season is a mistake; his
wife will enjoy them at any
Last week we sent to the
homes of three prominent Ho
nolulu people, Fischer steel
ranges. From two of them
we have reports that their
meals have been b.tter cook
ed than ever before, and the
amount of fuel required for
the service less. The ranges
we now sell you are made of
steel, just double the thickness
of any we have ever sold; this
means years of continued good
health to the stove. People
who have traveled on dining
cars in the United States will
understand the value of the
Fischer range when we tell
them that it is the one used
there. People here who have
the services of inferior cooks
will appreciate the value of a
Fischer range once they have
eaten a meal cooked on one
of these stoves. Compared
with the time they last, they
are cheaper than four ordinary
The Locked Fence is king
among fences, and we are the
sole agents for these Islands.
Like a good many other things
we sell you they last too long
to be profitable to any one but
the purchaser. Steel every
where lasts longer than wood!
Then why should not the
spring stays used in building
a locked fence outlast a wood
en post? As to strength,
there's no comparison; you
could turn loose a herd of
prize bullocks against the
Locked fence and not weaken
it, it's built with a view to re
sist the attacks of any number
of wild cattle. Its adoption by
plantation owners here is as
certain as anything can be, be
cause every one of them wants
to economize in every way
possible. There is no easiesr
way than this.
A weather prophet tells us
that the next summer will be a
dry one. If he is correct it
means a big business to us in
the way of Aermotors, and
the people who have had trou
ble during the past year in ob
taining water, had better pro
fit by the suggestion and dig
wells. The Aermotor will
force the water anywhere once
you find it.
TEMPLE OF FASH
Oornor JEort 3a Hotol Streota,
Toys of Every Description !
& aims Goods !
QBTMENT OF DOLLS
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices 1
I AM OFFERING A VERY LA ROE STOCK OF
For Ladles, Gentlemen and Children at Low Prices.
BPEOIAL At 15c.-n fino lino tl Ladies' Enlbroided Silk Handkerchief.-.
SPECIAL-At 35c. dents Japanese Silk Handkerchief?.
SPECIAL At 120.-105 dozen Fancy Silk llandkerchlofs.
uro the 1iet values
& My Si
offered in the
no., 10c 12KC, 15 and W4o. Ladies' Handkerchiefs
market (Immense assortment to select from).
Extra Valtto in Hosiery tor Ladlos, Gontlemea and Children I
Fast Black Gout's Silk Hoso at $15 Dozen !
Great Gut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will ho offered at Lower Pi Ires than ovit hoforc.
My $4 Suits reduced to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.75. My $8, $0.60
and $7.50 Suits (Knoo Pants) reduced to $5.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Knoo Pants reduced to 65c. My S2, $2.25 and $2.50
Knee Pants reduced to $1.53
Boy's Waists sit 65c.
In White and Fancy Percale with Rack and Front Pleated and Lare
Bailor Collars. v
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette 1
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
By the "Australia" duo here next Saturday 1 will r i-i-ivo a Largo St-ck of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
New novelties In Laces, Ribbons and Oilier Fancy Goods.
ALSO ATJOTHER LAUGE INVOIOK OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
Ji JEEl JtC Ii X C2 3HiL ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
oe Line of Suit-
" All Sizes
FROM THE Ll.
Bi'iasli and OonaTo Sets,
KZocialcs, Etc., j.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Propriotor.
E5JR3 "F'ort Street,
Uoxiorulvi, H. T.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
'pi-iisitg ijpnvkula' Hlock,
U07 I'OJIT STKHET.
LOVBTOY &. CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
iron THE SALE OF
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sara" Wine Cellars, Nupa Oily,
Froiferickcburg D reiving Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jose, Cut., U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America' a Finest Production, Bioh und Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
'Uniform and Iteliable,
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince 0 Summer Drinks,
Of Thou U00JS nro Uuuruuteecl Kirst-oluis Iu wry ri-t)irot .mil am oIIunhI for
h.iIo in Very ltt-aaonnble l'ricos. b37-bm
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