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tiVHMNCI UULIjKTIN, OOTOUHll BO, 181)5.
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j me Circuit Court. Fifth Circuit, of
the Hawaiian Islands.
omiEu nm a urn m. tkiim.
Itjr virtue at tbr m'ltliurllj In mo vented ljr
law and dcrtnltur It eciitll to the promo
tlon of jaitkr, I hcrrlijr order that Speelnl
Term of lb Clrrnlt C'mirt of tin Fifth Cir
cuit be convened In the 1'iitirt llnu at N
vlilwlli, Mhup, I.!ml of IUni.1, mi Wl'.ll
XIMDAY, Hi.- Mh ilny or NOVF.MIlKIt,
ISBS, M III oi link, A. M. I.lhne, Oetolier '.4,
Circuit Judge .Mil Clri tilt.
A. V. Jinn,
Oil -( Jiirtlee Suiiii-me I ourl.
5!;!? Euer?i9 Bulletin,
Willi ulilch U lniiiiii)rilliil
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. aO.'lS93.
Is', twithslandii g tho little affaira
villi an aspect of huiuor in which
thu Duke of .Marlborough is bl
ooming involvod in tho United
tStutes such ns his arrest for rac
ing ! bicycle in Central Park mid,
his kicking against paying duty
on his wtdding presents tho
Duko is not by any moans ouo of
those lordly chuius who some
times ii I lord proper subjtcts for
tlio caricaturist's pencil. He
is exceeding by youthful in ap
pearance, atid frank, pleasant mid
unassuming in his iimnnois. The
Duko in u recent interview dis
played an ambition to bo any
thing but a lnckadniiiic.il drone
in tho House of Lords. With a
Jikiug for statesmanship and u lino
education, he will endeavor tn
-make his tuaik in politics, lit'
was selected to move the address
in mply to the Quoou's spooch at
lust opening of Pailiumcnt. Tho
Dur.o is wealth' and has no need
ot Ins bridu's mill'ons t) koep up
Ins pos'tion, and tho mirriagu
iiiiy bo bolieved to be, as ho has
mlontly avowed in nnswor to tlif
ioront inquisitivo intorviowors, a
wuroly lovo ntl'iir. It may indeod
bo taken as a froah bond of friend
ship between tho two mighty
NO LOVE LOST.
There is a good deal of "fenc
ing" iu both Ministor Custlo's ad
dress to President Cleveland uud
tho President's reply. Itisnotico
blo that no personal felicita
tions are exchanged between
Alio chief Executives of the two
countries. As the initiative rest
ed on this side, this does not
look politic or oven seemly. Our
'Government ought to como oil' its
jpoioli uud do a little hedging for
Alio personal goodw.il of President
Jlovolaud. Stringer things huvo
happined than that tins Govern
ment will have to cultivato "the
relations of cordial amity and
friendship," etc., through Presi
dent Cloveland for another fur
years from March 4, 1897. Even
if they think he is not u righteous
xuior nnd don't liko him a litt o
bit, they u ight tako tho advice
von of old and muke to thom
solvcs friends f tho munimon ol
unrighteousness. Who is going
to lui.gh lust in the game is high
"WHERE PUT THE BUST?
"Whoio is tho bronzy bust of
Knlukauu procured by tho Ka-lakau-t
.Monument Association to
".bo placed? It is now in Hono
lulu and the question awaits an
answer. Tho Hri.LETlN would sug
grost the head of tho stnirs in thu
Kxocutivo building. Thoro would
bo no political significmco in
such u position, which is conppi-
ru in nlii! for v.llniin ioiROiih
woulil ,w a,Miro,)riIllo. A,
! momoriul of " ni'Ht nll'ihto
i'"co," an iho chi.f Justice
i Cftll(J(l I,ini ' xUo momorinl exor
cises of Uonoh ami Jlir, und
tho prima nijent in securing
tin) reciprocity tivnly with tlio
U it i lud Suites, t wlncli Ihis
country ohiolly owo its ptosont
condition of pii'Hit'rity, it hIiouIi!
lmo mi honored position. It !h
not i f bitch Inro proportions ns
would tiitiku it suitable for Hotting
up out oi iloors. iSot boing n
luoro ourio or relic, nor a
jirivitto piffo of proporty, it
should not bplncodin tliu bishop
Museum, ns sjtiio have nuggest-d.
Besides, tlio curator of Unit in
stitution has mi eccentric habit
of making political speeches over
royal objouts, which makes it tle
sir.iblo that tliis momorial, pro
vuluil by a non-political org.nii
zition, should not bu given him
ns u fresh excitant to his inordi
nately political lhetorio.
No matter who is suggesting the
advooicy of an opium liconso in
tho ytar, it cm never decently bo
brought about by the present G"V
oriimnt. Oi o of the reasons most
strongly urged, both beioro and
after tlio fact, in justification of
the overthrow of the monarchy
was that an opium liceuso bill
had been sign.-'d.
It is not "decrying the credit
of tho country at home and
abroad" to publish tho true stato
of n itional finances. The re
sources of tbo country are still
superior to tho unfortunate con
ditions existing, but public opin
ion must bo stirred up to place
checks upon tho increasing of the
public debt. There i nothing
sillier than tho ostrich-liko policy
of screening tho oyos from danger.
Shipmasters will go to Sfii with
ctriitigo crows more confidently
iiftir tho execution of two of tlio
muiderers of Mate Fitzgerald of
tho b irk Ilesper. Although it is
believed that ouo of the woist vil
lains of thu lot was let oil' by a
jury, tho meting out of justico to
Hanson and St. Clair, in spite of
powerful lnilucnces to savo their
necks, should huvo a restraining
effect on would-bo mutineers on
the high seas.
An editorial noto in tho Com
mercial Journal intimates that a
selection has boon made of mon
willing to servo on the Labor
Commipsion. It is to bo Imped
not. Thero is no need of such a
body at all, uud it would only bo
a spouding machine.
Mrs. Booth's uttoranccs in Snn
Francisco have a local interest
hoto from tho vigorous campaign
boing maintained in tboso islands
by the Salvation Army.
Suiulry AinHiri tit l.'oiiiplnlnii.
Iluul(riit WhiiIIiii; Illncliuruo.
In tho suit of Campbell, Mar
shall it Co. ngiiust A. M. Bo.ittio
und F. W. Harvey, tho dofondant
Beattio by his attorney, I'anl
Neumann, makes answer for him
solf alone, denying genorully and
specifically each and every allega
tion in tho complaint, and giving
notico that ho shall offer as a
defonso paymont of all sums that
have been justly duo to tho
Patrick Mclnerny and Marcus
11. Colburn sovorally polition for
diohurgo from bankruptcy.
Hitko, who signs his namo
"Hutch," husband of ono of tho
defendants in Wong "Wu Foy and
others vs KuiliKakoi and others,
inakos answer pleading ignorance
of allocations in the complaint
and bubmitting the intorosts of
himsolf and six minor children to
tho adjudication of tho Court.
Mary Scott Oartor, widow of
(Jhiitluft liUail-r, muko-niiwwor
tn tlio bill in eipiitv foriuMiuu
tloiiH brought ngui si her. ell nml
two oliililnii by .1 () fjuitrr mul
Cluorgo 11 Cirtor. trimt.-iH (.r t iu
i'tato of II A I Carter She
claims that sho is entitled to mil
third purl of nu-Hixth of tho n
sidtinry pergonal estate of the said
II A 1' Carter, mid to a life in
(crust in onu-tlnrd purl (' ihhi
Htxth of the residuary lO'il ustato
of tho said 11 A 1' Carlr, m j.r. -oisoly
tho s.imo maunur ns i the
said Charles L. Carter had been
soi.ud of the said one-sixth prnts
and had died intestate. The pes
simal estate held by tho trustees is
valued at W.io.lX'U and the
real estate at 'fl'i.oOO. Alfml V.
Cartur it attornoy for this dofon
daut. iludgo Cooper is hearing tho
hill of Wult-r K ifs Opforgelt and
Loonor.i Opforgelt , by Win. F.
Allen, tbor next friend, against
James L. Stevens, J. L. Stuvuiis
Jr. ami Mary Naone Stevens. It
is on an unsitUfi d execution on
a judgment f.n tllOfiT 82, on Faj'
'J.'J, lS'.lo, in too Circuit Court.
Tho bill charges that J.imos L.
Stt-vi ns under tlio nunc of J. I,.
Stuiliens, on IMaroh 8, lS'Jl, con- J
veyed to J. J.. Stevens Jr. under j
the mime of J. Jj. Stephens Jr., j
for the consideration of ten lol- '
lars and "aloha nui" two j
pieces of property, one at l.ii-1
liaiiia, Maui, and tho other !
at Kawuiahao, Honolulu, Oahu.
Tho pluiutiH's allege that tho deed
in question is lulse and tr.uulu
lent; that it was made with the
knowledge of a broken covenant
of warr.intry made, in a deed from
Jatno!- L. Stevens and Mary Xaono
Stevens to I'. Opforgelt, ancestor
of thu plaintiffs, and th.it the con
veyance in question was made to
put tho property out, of tho reach
of tho pin infills. J. L. Stevens,
Jr., is churgod with having had
knowledge ol the fraudulent na
ture of the conveyanco. The
judgment on which the bill is
bagod was on account oi tho brok
en convunaiit mentioned. Hatch
and DicKuy for plaintiffs; Rosa
and Kuiio for defendants.
Jvasamatsu, doing business as
tho Pacific Trading Company,
confessed binkruptcy in open
court this afternoon. The sum
mons ho answerul was taken out
by II. Iliickfeld & Co., whoso chum
is $'2H12 27. Thero are many other
cioditi'rs. C. JJrown nppoared
for the summons.
Thero is no truth in tho rep nt
thut a smash-up had occurred on
thu linu of tho Oahu Railway
Groat Brituin has notified Bra
zil that sho will koeptho island of
iiui.i.iriiN imcvcm: contiat.
Tho subjoined ballot, reuowvd
in ovory lesuo, will bo received
at tho Bulletin business oflice,
GOD King street, until 12 o'clock
noon on "Wednesday, November
27, 1895. Each No. of ballot will
only bo acceptable up to the tinio
noted on it, and billots will bo
counted and the results announced
immediately thereafter. More
than one voto for ono bicyclist or
one bicycio on a singlo ballot will
render it void.
Tho "Most Popular Bicyclist"
according to tho ballots enst will
bo awarded tho prizo of the "JJ-st
Bicycle'' sold in Honolulu accord
ing to the mine voto. Tho follow
ing named gentlemen hnvo kindly
coiisontrd to act ns tollors and
judges of thu contest :
C. M. White,
J T. Stackeu,
E. A. "Williams.
Hootl lor Two Days Only.
MOST POPULAR BICYCLIST.
Pff Kill In Wanks wllli jour choice
ol lilijclltt mul lilcjcli', mul deposit
tlili liallot at the Ui'LI.utin lmsliii
iillkf I)) I a nVlock noon, Krliluj,
Notuiiurr I. lvjj.
LAMPS AND LAAtP SHADES
AND SOMI- OTHER
This is the time of the year
when the evenings gradually
increase in length, especially
on Saturdays and Sundays.
Why (he evenings should be
longer on those two days than
on any other is something no
fellow has ever found out, but
it is so. Such being the case
the question of lighting up the
household during the long
evenings that are coming is
one that cannot be ignored by
the head of any household.
The question of economy
must also be considered. Coal
oil is advancing in price, and
we read by the late dispatches
that the Pennsylvania oil fields
won't last much more than
twenty years to come; also that
the great Standard Oil Com
pany is already looking around
for new oil fields to supply the
threatened deficit, kerosene
oil will always be obtainable
at the figure Ar. Rockefeller
puts on it, but as a matter of
future economy the Honolulu
householder should purchase
his lamps with a view to pro
curing the greatest possible
amount of light with the small
est consumption of oil. This
can only be done by buying
good lamps and good burners
and good chimneys. I he Ha
waiian Hardware Company
has them all.
By the last Australia we re
ceived and are now unpacking
the finest assortment of lamps
ever brought to this city, com
prising as it does an extensive
variety of bedroom, kitchen,
boudoir, hall, dining and draw
ing room and reading lamps.
Tfiese we have in glass and
metal. Our assortment of
hanging lamps and chandeliers
of all kinds is simply immense
and must be seen to be appre
ciated. In piano lamps we have
something especially new.
To cover all these lamps we
have some beautiful shades of
the latest designs in paper and
glass. When we say they are
beautiful we mean it in the
fullest sense of the word, as
you will acknowledge when
you see them.
We have also a display of
pretty little Onyx tables, which
are all the rageamongjashion
Our supply of Alaska refrig
erators has been replenished
and we are now prepared to
furnish them in sizes to suit
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. LIB.
When St Comes
mm mnMf juiwwimittmaMMoaMm ri
To IDisinfoutfiuls wo still linvo
plenty, our stook hns not
i)ooii o.vlmustcd, mid now
nri'ivnls ni'o on liniiil.
tlio bentit' of . . .
In Honolulu therj is
always something that de
mands the attention of the
fair sex. More especially
is this truo when good
bargains are ottered. In
catering to the wants of
the Honolulu ladies, the
merchants must buy judi
ciously and select only tho
most nrtistic designs. Es
pecially is this true of
white dress goods. I re
ceived by tho Austkama
a new lino of these goods
that are very pretty. They
must bo seen, however, to
be appreciated. I also re
ceived a fine line of Lad
ies' Shirt Waists' and Cor
sets. Now that the Cho
lera is over and life, social
ly, lias resumed its normal
condition, tho dry goods
business must increase
materially iu tho next
mouth. Anticipating this
demand 1 have laid in this ,
tine stock of goods and I
they are now ready for '
your inspection, and can
be purchased at a reason
M. S. LEVY.
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Offer for salo tho liest qimlity of IJmo ut
thu ruling miitket into. TIuh I.imo in th
(jcuuiiib urtitle, ouro mul iuii)lu. No tor
eign HulmtaiK om nstd.
Cii.lli"l ui' 247 auil leave your.onlcrs .
HAWAIIAN LIME & STONE
I iisgsigsa i
D8Y 600DS I Q3FM'$
The Bus man will send
busses to private residen
ces for passengers to Wai
Iciki without extra charge;
private parties can bo ac
commodated at reduced
rates, but remember tin's,
that a bus or wagonette
will call at your private
residence and tako you to
Waikiki and brinr vmi
back at tho regular street
E 13. THOMAS,
CONTltVCTOU AND BUIUiHR
JS?""I'.:sliiiiiitis given on all
kinds of Stci.a, Brick mul "N oi il
work, lui g shout. 17- if
H. ryiiY Tco7
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
98 Fort Street, Honolulu "
TVlophoncr 2a P.O. Bpx 170
in I If -?'
Sft F& F ft
KlMI AMI N'CIUMJ StJIKWm.
&" CouiiDcut in iiniH'ctssiiy.
You throw nwny dollars evory
year in broken lump chimneys.
Botter stop it now while youonn
get u propn ration that will prevent
a chimney from bronkhiR whon
pnt on wet. Prof. Humbolt's nnti
osplosivo .compound, will do this
und will prevent tho explosion of
koioi-ono oil and gusolino. Wo
aro solo iigonts for this prepara
tion ns well ns for the .Now Idoal
Sowing Miiclnno, tho equal to any
high priced nriiolH. and we soil ft
for 3C mul S.'lo with attachments.
15000 feet Of molllflilirre fr. n;nln.n
frames ust received by the
"Albeit;" also oval und circular
frames, somothing now und elo
g'tnt. The Pacific Hardware Co.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lncn,' llmiK Mill, will hnvo
flesh every ilny
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bebolil to fi.iniliefiial,,rKoor
Bumll (inabilities. No Co.ntus-
LIN SING KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel street, Honolulu.