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VOL. IX. NO. 1304.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 18!I5.
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Corner Kurt anil CJueen Hirraui, mummm.
JNO. 8. 8M1THIER
Mahnkoua, Kobala, Hawaii.
Mascfactoihno Jeweler AD Watch
maker. Kaknl Jewelry a specialty. farauui
attention paid to all kind of repair
Campbell Dlock, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IBON WOBKB,
Steam Emqines, Shoar 31 ills, Boiliiw,
Coolers. Iro.s, Drabb anii Lead
Maclilntifj of Every Denunption MoUe to
Order. 1'artlcalar attention paid to Slilpa'
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Atlas Assurance Co.
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Company, LlrulUM, nt Its olHce, Mr. JIVO VCl'V CllOlCe IUHl WCl'O im
abant ttreot. Honolulu. Hawaiian ll- I
I lmvo just received a com
plete line, in the Lutest
The quiilitios ami patterns
nm.j.,ri on,ipi.ilv fni. ,nv fine'
pOIlLU b)LU.lliy 1UI Jliy mil
! trade. AlsSO llttVC II f llll lillC of
'ITAttiAl mm A
I Marseilles Spreads
At Reasonable Prices.
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! see them.
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Safe Deposits IuvtraeiitCo.
! Oll'-rs (or tale to Inyestors of small i
I means: i
Hawaiian Government Bonds $600 each. !
Hawaiian Oovernnif nt Bonds $100 each.
Wallnku Sut;nr Company, 1st mortgage,
i Bonds (Oprr cent.) $1,000 each.
Ewa 8ii(;ar Company, Ut mortB0(;,,i '
Bonds (7 per cent. f 1,01)0 each.
Valuable Heal Estate (or sa'e In lota to
Coilee and Kiult Ltnd on the Volcano
Uoiul, Island ot llawnll, (or sale on easy
For particulars apply to
The Hawaiian Sif Depoilt and Invest
NO. 103 FOHT BTltEKT.
Fort, near Hotel Bts.
t'HAs. J. McCarthy, Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight Goods
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Try tli Great Appetlier Tint Brownie
Cocktail a seulalty vtlili this retort.
DEPOT OK TUB
Famous "Wioland Lager Boer
8. I. HHAW, I'rupriemr
Cor. King and Niliianu Blreel, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
it KM. T KI.KFHONE W.
Look At This
! Fine Soft Kid Button'
Boot, new diamond tip
and Spanish arch, only
Out of Sight !
Elegant French Kid Ox
ford, Pump sole, patent
back stay, for
For Immediate Sale
A Good Bargain !
A Small Private Residence & Lot
Located close In. Splendid vluw of
tho Harbor and City.
Ok- As f'u own r In gotiiR to tlm Colo
nies this proj-erty can lu bought very rea
lonably Ofc. The House Is Kurnl'hed. Address
For Sale or Lease
rpili: VAMTABIK I'HOl'KKTV ON
JL IJuiii) street known as ' John Bola
liola's." Thero urn Kivo Cottai;es on tho
pmptity and room (nr two or th ee mow.
A got-d Invostim-nt (or a person who can
glvo perfoiinl attention to securing tenants
und colli'etlug reiiti. For further parti
culura apply to J. O. OAKTKlt,
'.W Merchant ht' ret.
I Honolulu, April 3. 1U. 1301-tw
HOUSE & LOT
Curlier of Boretnnlii a"d I'onracoU
streets, 'p'0lti thu Ice Works.
Inquiro ut Hi'I.i.eti.n Olllce.
VfOTICK IH HKIIKHY GIVKS THAT
M Mrs. tjusuu llurti'luiann, of I'iliu.
nual, will not pay any bills conlruetcil
itlxjut her written order.
Attorney in Fiu't (or Mis. llerleltnaun.
Honolulu, April 1, Mi. t lttr.' l.ll it
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VISITOR FIIOM THE COAST. !
Ho Donlos That Ho la n Criminal !
or a FuRitlva
It nppcnr.s from tliu morning Atl
virtiior Hint ono J. C. Tliotun, now
stopping at tliti ArliiiKlon lio'ol, la a
ili'fnultinjj tlerlt of tli I'olifo Court
of Oiklund, California, and wIiopo
rual iitimt is V. U. Iaml)irt, luvant
ini. l'i.'.iiio of n sliortayo ns audi
olUdnl to tlivt 'Xtt'iit of atiottt SIC0O.
It appears alo that liu lias a com
panion with him !y tho uamo of j
Mis Gnrtrttdo Maliantiy, who is a
yountr lady of Oakland. l'lioiiin", it
wou'd cooni from report, lias imvii a
"hinh roller" ami livud beyond his
means. Ho eomes from a most ro
spooled family and his mother is
now prostrated with Hricf ovor the
(liKrai'c cou?e()uent to tho acts of
The ayor of Oakland has sworn
to a complaint oharpJtiK Thomas
alias W. K. Lambert with feloniously
misappropriating public; funds, and
overy effort will bj made, to have
A Uulletix reporter iutorviowed
Mr Lambert this mornitiLr, when the
following statement was made by
"Yes, it is truo inr name is V. I.
Lnmbert, but that i about all them
is eoiineeted with the report that is
true. In the first place, I do not
think I have been inside of my olllco
as ulrk but three or four times in as
many months. I have a clerk there
who has been doing the detail work
of the olllce. Ho has the combi
nation to the inner vault in which
, there is or was the day hforo I left
SiGO, together with a great number
of ChinuM) lottery bonds. My bank
ing ha-t been done as clerk of the
polii'e court with the California
milk and not the Central liauk of
Oakland. My account with tho
Central Bank was private.
! "Tho expert who, for two years,
has examined my accounts ought
surely to know whore Oakland's
, money is: certainly my clerk does.
. I did not leave Oakland because of
any felonious defalcation, nor has
any been committed; nor is Mm.
Lamoert Miss Mahauuy, but on the
contrary my lawful wife. Nor did 1
purchase my tickets at all, but on
i tho contrary they wore handed moat
the Oakland pier by a gentleman
who represents the greatest corpora
tion on the Coast, ami it is in the in
terest of such that I am now dealing.
" Why my matters have not been
attended to iu California at this
time I am unable to conjecture.
"I did not adopt tho nnine of J.
C. Thoma. It was adopted for me,
aud knowing of its importance I
consented to its use.
"You may say again that the im
tuediatn future will disclose the
legitimate nature of my business."
Bald to bo a Fraud.
1 Under the, above heading your
issue of April 1 gave a clipping Iroin
the Sau Francisco Chrontclo, nccom-
, pauied with some remarks of your
own, to tho effect that an Armenian
ecclesiastic (as suppot-od), who was
hero in January, and went bunco to
San Francisco collecting money for
an orphanage, etc., in Armeuia, is a
fraud aud impostor.
Well you allow me space to point
out that tho evideuco given in that
article is by no means conclusive,
and without further proof insuffi
cient to warrant tho condemnation
pronounced against him.
1. His principal title to a hearing
iu tho different countries ho has
i visited is a letter iu tho characters
I of ono of the Eastern languages
purporting to bo an otlicial docu
ment authorizing his mission, signed
by Max STgius, out! of tho Arch
bishops of tho Armenian church.
Now, if Mr. and Mrr. Scott, who
have pronounced th man a fraud,
are familiar with eastern languages,
they should lirst have pronounced
i whether his letter iu Eastern char
acters is tho original or not of tho
translation that accompanies it. Tho
fact that they claim loug familiarity
with I hat part of the east, and yet
raise no pietiou as to the geuuiuo
ir'FS of the letter which purports to
be from Archbiihop Sergius, is cer
tainly iu favor of, r it her than to tho
prejudice of thu said Armeuiau.
2. Among the letters that tho
Armeuiau carries with him are those
of several consuls in Eastern conn-
tries, who, it may be presumed, had
opportunities of knowing whether
the said letter is genuine or a forg
ery; and their lettors of recommend
ation aro based on the belief of its
!5. In ouo respect, the attack made
ou this m.tu is certainly wide of tho
mark. Mr. Scott is reported to have
said, "He claiinetJ to have been ent
tocolhct money by the Christian
missionaries, etc.," and this is one of
the grounds on which the condition
wa arrived at I lint lie is an impos
tor, beoatio the iiiNsionarius tt-vcr
send out ua'iws to collect money.
Now so far from claiming to bo sent
by any foreign missionaries, his
claim, as attested by the letter al
ready referred to, was that he was
sent by his Archbishop, who is ono
of the Archbishops of the Armenian
church, one of the oldest churches
iu ChrNtendom, entirely itidxpemt
eut of both European aud American
I. The statement about his lan
guage reads like a reporter's jumble.
"Nestorinn" is not a language, but a
phao of bdief. The Armeuiau
church being credited with Nestor
iauism, there is no proof of impost
ure in his being both Armeuiau and
On tho'o grounds I wish to put
before thoise who contributed to tho
Aruii'tiian'-t fund, that tho evidence
given iu tho Sau Francisco Chroni
cle is by no menus conclusive against
1 propose to endeavor to obtain a
direct communication from Max
Sorgins, which will set the piotiou
at rest. Of course this will take
several months. If an atiswcr is re
ceived 1 xh.'ill lie hippy to publish
it in your piper.
Before concluding permit me to
object to the statement made for
the second time in jour paper, that
the said Armeniau was allowed to
take part iu tho services of 't. An
drew's Cathedral ou Sunday, by
which it might bo supposed that ho
was permitted to olllciate. For such
a statement there is no foundation
whatever. Tho only part ho took
was that of ouo of tho congrega
tion. Alfred Yillis,
Bishop of Honolulu.
April 3, 1K95.
Mr. Boocher'd Opinion.
' Editor Bulletin:
The so-called annexation maa
meeting must have been a bitter dis
appointment to those who expected
to draw Hawaiiaus into such a meet
ing. Those Amorioans who vearn
for a closer boiid with tho United
, States should pay for a steerage
i tickets ou tho Australia, or other
1 vessel bound for San Francisco, oud
they wid soon find themselves where
they can enjoy "boss" rule and in
creased taxation to their heart's con
tent. Vo all know that there aro
Americans who deiro more protec
, tiou than tho so-called Jtepubliu of
1 Hawaii can trive them: ouo of thu
speakers at tho mass meeting is one
of those who wauts a battalion of
U. S. marines about him constantly.
Alluding to such Americans the
Outlook (formerly Christian Union)
Haiti recently: "It is tho plaiu and
simple duty of tho United States to
protect the lives and property of its
citizens abroad." To this statement
Thos. K. Beooher (ouo of tho re
nowued Beecher family) replied: "I
seriously demur to this statement,
and ask for argument. Kes'loss,
speculative, ambitious adventurers
are usually far from welcome among
the woaltMr nations. They strut and
blufator and embroil our consuls un
necessarily. Tho presumption is al
ways against voluntary absentees
from home. I doubt, nay J over
deny the propriety of stirring up a
great people to protect the rights
or avenge tho wrongs of a citizen
who cannot content himself to stay
at home and mind his own business."
If Mr. Beecher had added to his
description the words canting, de
ceitful, and grasping ho would have
described our adventurer more
closely. Pro Bono.
! Frank Shepartisoii, an engineer on
' th Southern Paeilio Ky., who resides
, at Los Auxolo, Cat., was troubled
with rheumatism for a long time.
He was treated by several physician-,
alo visited tho Hot Springs, but ro
i ceivetl no permanent relief until ho
used Chninbdain's Pain Balm. Ho
says it is tho best medicine in the
world for rheumatism. For sale by
all dealers. Bkiimhi, Smith & Co,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.