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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, APRIL 17, 18U3.
Sunday, April 10.
Stmr Clewline from Muni and Hawaii
Stmr Mikahalii from Knuiii
Sulir ICnuil:enouli from Hninakua
Monday, April 17.
Sole- llnlenknla from Koliula
JIoniiay, April 17.
Stmr Katila for Wninnne, 'Waiaiua, Jloku-
leia. Kaliuku and Pumiluu.
Stun-J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Waimanalo for Molnknl and Maui
Solir Sarah it Eliza for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Mikalmla for Kauai at 5 i 111
Stmr Claudinc for Jlaui at 5 p 111
Stmr Kinuu for Mauand Hnwaii at '2 p 111
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Humakua
Stnu Mokolii for .Molokai
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Miknlinln 5140 bags smear. '20 bags
rieo, '-. bugs peanuts, 10 bills hides and
40 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Ulaiulinc 3505 bags sugar, HB bags
eorn, 101 bags turo, -i2 hags potatoes,
30 head cattle, 07 hogs, 102 hides, 1015
feet koa lumber and 1U! pkgs sundries.
Krom ICauai per stmr Milcahahi, April
10O X Wiluox, V 11 Kiee, Master Aithur
Itiee, H 1' Baldwin, W Ulaisdcll, Mailu
Jveawe, Mrs losiali Keawe, Master Whit
ney, V Burlowitz, K W Holdsworth, wifo
and child, K Ogura, Geo Munilon, l!ev J
Kanobo and 30 deck.
From Maui per stmr Claudine, April 10
G V -Wilder, AV" K Howell, J V Davidson.
Mrs S V Kaai, Miss K Davidson, 11 Lam
bert and wife, O T Shipman, C 11 Gibson,
AV O Parke, Uol McArthur and wife, Max
Kaufl'nian, Hoi Yuen, Y Amoy, L Akana
and 'M deck.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
"X"s(ill wauls a furnished room.
Tho public schools will ro-opon a
week from to-day.
Armed guards nightly patrol tho
st roots nt Iwiloi near tho Oalm Jail.
Prof. Lyons failed to lind any
poison in tho si till' from this barracks
A card of thanks from tho mmi
ayors of tho Kalihi-kai fair appears
Tho Y.'s aro busy as boos preparing
for thoir milkmaids' social Thursday
Thirty-lhroo Chinuso gamostors
woro caught by tho police between
Saturday and Sunday night.
Tho P. G. band will give its usual
concert at Einnia Square this ovon
ing, xhoy aro all 111 trim again.
Mon from H. B. M. S. HyncinUio
attondod dtvino sorvico at St. An
drew's Cathedral Sunday morning.
Tho Kin au will loavo for Maui
and Hawaii to-morrow afternoon at
2 o'clock, resuming her regular
Another production of Hawaiian
historical drama will be given at the
Opera House on Saturday ovoning
next. Tickets aro to bo had at Mr.
Tho largo store and coITeo room of
Loyo's Bauory on Xuuanu street aro
offered for lease. This is a good
opening for anybody wanting an ex
cellent business stand.
Tho Hawaiian Jockey Club will
hold its annual mooting at tho Ha
waiian Hotel at 7:30 o'clock this
ovoning, to mako preparations for
tho coming moot on June 11th.
A dog with a liver in his mouth
caused amusement on Fort street
this morning. Tho animal had
stolon tho meat from a butcher shop,
and ran up tho street at full speed.
A valuablo residence on Beret ania
street, indicated and described in an
advertisomont to-day, will bo sold at
auction by James F. Morgan, at his
salesroom, Saturday noxtatl2 noon.
Tho coroner's incpiost empanelled
to inquire into tlio nsli poisoning 1
caso returned a verdict this after
noon that tho man came to his death
through eating tho spawn of tho
Mr. Juo. V. Parker, son of Mr. S.
Parker, and Miss Dowf-ott, daughter
of Mr. J. I. Dowsett, will be married
at 11 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tho eouplo will loavo on tlio steamer
Kinau for Mana, Hawaii, thoir future
Sam Kaloa, tho Salvation xVrmy
man, was called in by Marshal
Hitchcock this afternoon for an in
terview. Kaloa is the man who
took down tho American Hag from
tho polo on Punchbowl on Saturday
Wm. II. Bruolto, a sailor, pleaded
guilty in tho District Court thin
morning to having stolen $10 from
Seely Shaw and a watch from an
other gentleman 011 Saturday night.
Ho stated that ho was under tho in
lluonco of liquor when ho did the
Address and Memorial to Com
. missioner Blount,
Presented by Officers and Members of
the Hawaiian Woman's Patriotic
Vessels in Port.
HUMS Hyaointhe from Esquimau
H I J M S Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
USPS Mohican from San Francisco
XJ S S lloston, AViltse, from Hilo
Am 4-inasted schr Itobert Lewers, Good
man, from San Francisco
Am bk bonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Haw bk Mauua Ala, Smith, from San
Am schr Olga, Ipscn, from Newcastlo
Am Alice t'ooko from Xowcastlo, N S V
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Am 4-masted schooner Puritan, l'eters-on,
days from Newcastle, N S W
Am bktne Kntio Flickinger, Mcltae, from
Am bktne Hilo, J.o llallister, from San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H Ii M S ltoyal Arthur from England
H 11 M S Tcineraire from Engiuml
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from S.m Fran
cisco, duo May 1.
S S Monowui, Carey, from tho Colonies,
due May 4.
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, due April 19.
Am bktne S G Wilder, Grifllths, from San
Franelsc, due April L'J.
Am schr Aloha, Dahel, from San Francisco,
due April 30.
Am bk t'oylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco, duo April 'Si,
Am bktne W H Dimond, Nll.-on, from San
Fruneisco, due April :.':(.
Am -l-masted schr I.yiiian 1) Foster, Dryer,
fioin Newcastle, N S W
Am 1-m King Ovrus, from Newcastlo, N S
Am 4-m hktno W II Hume, from New
castlo, N S V, April av-SU
J5r bk Gainsborough, from Newcastlo, N K
V. Anrll 125-Hu
JJU Lumormi, fioin
Uk Amy Turner, from
Am bkt Amelia from PortTowusond
From 1000 to 12(X) people attended
tho Catholic Mission's lair at Kalihi
kai on Saturday'. Between 700 and
800 woro conveyed there by rail,
trains running every half hour like
clockwork. A fuller report will bo
given when tho returns aro in from
tho different branches of the fair.
A groat sale of property under
foreclosure of mortgage is an
nounced to bo hold by Jas. F.. Mor
gan on bat unlay, 3 lay zih it con
sists of real estate on different isl
ands and personal property mort
gaged by Vr. C. Aclii to Bishop ii
Co. C. V. Ashford, atlornoj' for
mortgagees, will furnish all particu
lars not contained in the notice in
Ting Kim and Ah Mu, two Chi
nese cho fa bankers, were captured
at tho Tong Hing Society hall at 10
o'clock this morning. Sentries woro
watching at tlio corners of tho
streets, but thoy woro too slow 411
giving the alarm, and the hankers
woro caught in tho act. Besides the '
cho fa tickets there was nearly tlireo
hundred dollars cash captured. ICx
captaius Kamaiia and Makaila made
This morning a deputation from
tho Hawaiian "Woman's Patriotic
League waited on Hon. J. II. Blount,
United States Commissioner, and
presented him with tho following
address to himself and memorial to
bo transmitted to President. Cleve
To His Excellency .Tamrs H. Blount,
Si'koial Commissioner and Diplo
matic Uni'llESENTATIVn OF THE U.
S. GOVEHNMENT IN HAWAII.
Honored Sir, It is as a committee
of Hawaiian women of tho Hui
Aloha Aina, that wo aro hero t3-day
delegated to respectful ly extend to
you, sir, and to Mi's. Blount, a most
hearty welcome to our shores.
Moreover, as tho representative
of tho U. S. of America, sent to in
vestigate into the present deplor
ably disturbed situation of these
islands, wo aro horo to greet you, to
invoke for you that tho Groat and
Mercirtil God may send j-ou full
Uixhl in vour work, and to submit to
you a memorial drawn and adopted
by our Hui.
Tho Hawaiians as a nation are
justly noted for their peaceful dis
position and their respect for estab
lished law; tho fairor sox especially
is wont to live contentedly in the
retirement and domestic tranquillity
of their homos, although wo cau
boast from past historj- that Hawaii
nei has produced women of strong
admirable character, who have boon
worthy and devoted .helpmates to
our chiefs, in war anil political
ruling. But it is an unprecedented
fact to seo all the women of this fair
land arise in a body, of all ages and
conditions, to take part in public
meetings in which all differences of
political parties and creeds aro set
aside and forgotten; and it must bo
ail 'extraordinary, vital event that
briniis them out to tho front.
This event is the blow that threat
ens tho liTo and precious indepen
dence of thoir beloved Hawaii and
the continuance of its legitimate
monarchy. There has been horo a
violent crisis, caused by disloyal
scheming aliens, who for thoir own
fcelDsh purposes and, wo aro very
sony to say, aided and abetted by
the U. S. forces, to this ingenious
pretext to overthrow tho legitimate
Queen, just when she was trying to
comply with hor people's wishes.
They established a Provisional
Government in which tho natives
had no voico and rushed off to
Washington to barter avajf tho
country, tho public lauds and tho
civil rights of tho inhabitants, false
ly protending to represent tho wholo
This revolution has been a blow to
all true hearts, and men and women
aliko have felt that it was a duty to
solemnly protest. Tho men organ
ized for that purpose tho Hawaiian
Patriotic Leaguo or Hui Hawaii
Aloha Aina, and thoir mothors, wives
and daughters rallied with enthusi
asm all over tho group to assist them
through our Woman's Patriotic
In this common effort of tho Ha
waiian nation, tho women of Hawaii
do not intend to enter into any poli
tical consideration, but tho3 aro in
spired solely by tho dosiro of saving
to themselves and to thoir posterity
tho independence of thoir native
have been heaped 011 Her Mnjesty
not only as a Sovereign but ilo a
a woman. May Gml help hor fm
her Christian "doiii".inor and fm
bearauco in her trial.'
Heretofore wo have kept silent
under great prinmation. feeling
strong in the justice of our eail-'e
and the impartiality of the U. H.
Government; but mnv we come to
imnloro von and the great nation
you represent. Therefore kindly ae-
cepl, duly consider and please trans
mil to President (.'Iceland the ,
memorial herewith .submitted, and 1
with Aloha Nui your humble puti- 1
Honors will over pra. j
To His Excellency J vjies II, Bi.oint.
Special Commism"m:ii or hie t
United States to Ituv.ui. 1
Wo tho women of the Hawaiian
Islands, for our families and the
happiness of our Homes, ile.siro peace
and political quiet, and we pray that
man's greod for power and spoils
shall not be allowed to disturb the
otherwise happy JiTe of these isl
ands, and that the revolutionary
agitations and disturbances, inaugu
rated by a few foreigners, may be
To that effect, wo be'ieve that, in
tho light of recent eeiit, the peace
and welfare and honor of both
America and Hawaii will be better
served for tho present, it the Cbn
erntnent of tho Gieat American Ue
nublio does not countenance the
illegal conduct and interference of
its Hejiresentatives here, and the
rash wish of a minority of foreigners
Therofoio we respectfully but
earnestly pray, that Hawaii may lie
eranteiftho preservation of its in-
dependeut autonomy and the restor
ation of its legitimate national mon
archy under our ijiieon Liliuokalani.
in whom wo have full confidence.
And we hope that the distinguish
ed citizen, who so wisely presides
over the United States, may kindly
receivo this our petition, for which
wo shall evermoro pray for God's
blessing on him and his Government.
Mns. J a. miis Cami"m:ll,
President of Committee.
Mas. J. A. C'fMMiN.s,
Mas. J. V. Nawaiii,
Mas. J. K..:,
Mas. M. Maiielona,
Miss Hattii. Hiiiam.
Mns. Oliver Stili.m vn,
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104 Foi't Street, Honolulu.
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For Ladies, Misses & Children!
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"I t ikn pri'iil plcmiiro In f.ilT pu'ille tes
timony to tho value of Uom'.'s :Aiis'iparllla for
I have eiifToieil Willi Hill rtiitr"ln troublo
(ornciirly ten jpais, mid l.i that t. 10 liavo tiled
alinojt CM'iy medicine 1 pooumii ,,idi,i! to 11111
wltlunit n'.iy u-iu-f w'l.-tmjr until, n tor much
urKiiiK, I p.ivo Ifoo.l's s-.isnjnri!'i 1 tiial. It
hai liccn of great binol.l, i-ml l 1 IT -el 11 p-i-liiiitimit
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tiotibletl llli serotiiloi.i en 11 ili"cr since she
was tlio(i"riiM. Tiirr"''i.-.'"i' Hfivi'.i'r
no pi'i'inaiii'iit icln'f. I.i ilie sinm-,i-r it roin
nicnccil eating la'o lier ii'iic. A.- Ii("ij.-lit:
ami t'avn II to lier and It In-, crioil hor, for
wlilch we aro ery Uiun ,ful. Wr j"'t w 00.x
ot lfoml's 11 il - a:nl i'n" t'.io-i v. iv miu-li."
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LAifiK ss r is i-:
.1. au'l CoH'ce ShIihiii uf
ICelcipi Dead Whon l'ound Causa of
As roportuil in Sat unlay ' I5ri.Li:Ti
a native nuiutnl Kokipi wtw found
lying unconscious halfway down tin
tali, and it was believed ho had f'dl
en oil' his horo and stiuck hi lu-ad
on tins stones-. Jloro dt -linilo news
has been recoived. When the man
was picked up a stone w.is found in
his mouth, besides a wound on his
head. Ulo.-er investigation revealed
that tho man was dead. Tho Jish-
vondors who found ivelopi reported
tho niiitter in town, and Lis folks al
Kaneolie. Koolau, were notified.
Wliothur the man fell on his horeo
whilo intoxicated, or a lnosu stone
foil on him, cannot lm determined.
Tho men who picked him up think
ho was struck down by a falling
Kukipi was a niiddle-agod man,
with whom it was common to go
ovor tho danyorous proeipiro under
tho inllueuco of liquor, oseu in tlio
middle, of tho night, lie was found
by his friunds some time ago lying
on tho roadside with his hor.-o
standing guard over him.
Report of tho AssoniOliuf; of Roljolc 1
nt Pauoa. j
Mrs. Mana and hor family residing J
at Pauoa made up their minds yes- j
torday morning to leae for Koolau, j
and preparations were made accord
ingly. Somehow or other a inport
was received at the Station that
from thirty to forty natives weie ,
arming tlfoinsolves' at J'aiina, to
inako a raid on tho Viovonitnonl I
Building. Detect ie Larson was j
dospalehed to inve-tigato the up
rising. Whon Larson arrived he
Siiw tho people packing up. The
natives wore alarmed al I ho olheors
sou in npuru-
Love's Kalcei v on Nmiaiui
stivet. Tlif I tenuis are
22y2 ami :xi!s. rin-e me
tlio lluki'i'v. The I'-iki-rv is
lion and "will luive a store for tlio snlo itl
1'rc'i'l, t'aki-s, 'io. ete.. tidjuininn I ho. pre
sent one. Kor furrher liartteiiliirs aiiidy In
11. G. MASON,
TUS-lw on the iireinies.
fSew-York Life Insurance Co.
JO PIN A. McCALL, President.
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1SUSLNKSS OF 1S!)2.
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Interest, lJunls, etc
Mm ' in mMiw
Death (Mitinin .
EndowiiieiiLs and Annuilies
Dividend.s, l'ureli.ised liitiuruuuus,
Total to Policy-holders.
Nuiiibtr of New Polioios Issued.
Aiiiotint of New Insurance Written
CONDITION JAN. 1, 18M
2,-1 S4 ,-132.20
'I 1'ercent Standard.
Policicd in Force
Insurance in Force
I'eiiefils to Policy-holders.
Surplus. . . .
1 0,804,948. 10
11, 551, 90S. IS
Insurance Written 20,940,OSS.OO
Insurance' in Force (50,105,451.00
General Atjcut for (he Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
iiavk .IUST oi'i:ni:i) out a ciimci: display of
Ifcrtio l'otor.son was in tho Dis
trict Court this morning on a charge
of assault and battery on Mr. S.
Ehrlich on Friday last. "Bertie"
did not deny having struck Mr.
Ehrlich, stating, however, that it
was because tlio latter told him ho
liod. Ehrlich had gone to tho An
nexation Club quarters to ncortain
tho magnitude of tho club's roll.
Judgment was lusurvod until tomorrow.
reabon ol ln& untimely w-u. uetee-
tivo Larson told them that there
1 was a report in town that armed ie-
i kingdom, liioy aro moved oy tlio ' aonroacli, anil unluiuilv asKetl .lie
wiili ol protesting against tlio move
ment which menaces to destroy tho
dearest privilege of nationality and
citizenship to which our children
1 aro until led by birth and right.
I Tho women of Hawaii may not bo
I ..1.1.. 1.. .-...1. e ..11 11 :....!
I IIIJIU IW JUllU Wl .111 111U UUWllUllllUUl
! aspects of tho proposed annexation
to I he U. h., but, as patriotic wives
and mothors, they remember that
just Torty years ago a movement
of similar nature having been stall
ed, tho American missionaries who
had brought horo tho knowledge of , . , ,, . .. ,T , . ,.
. l. 1 i.in.r 4,,l ,.,.,1 1 1. ,!,'? ' Pierced Through tao Nuck by a Dray
V..V ......f, Ut. ...... ...VJ .,.. ....V..i-,'.l
rays it u&.Lji's;itc
1 ,inir " -.JlTm 1
bels woro assembling there. Lar.-cu
made a thorough search of Hie pre- 'j'hu uudfr-U'iKMl
inisos out ioui)u noinmg peiiaiimig
to war, not ovon a lice gun. Tiio
ollieer was disgusted and, belore
leaving, apologized fur having dis
turbed the "old folks."
u r ' !i.'.r.'il to ijive In-
ti'iiding Tuiirisisflii. a.lv.mi.ip" of .1 -
HAWAIIAN PRESS OPINION.
Newcastle, N S AV,
lloston, duo May
Our full court report is crowded
The Supreme Court has decided
against tho Wilder Steamship Co. in
the Knhului lire cases.
Two writs of error aro among tho
catibos for tho special term ol the
Supreme Court next Thursday.
i m-o - .
The more Chamberlain's Cough
Jiomodv is used tho but tur it is liked.
"Wo know of no other remedy that ' ceed in
always gives satisfaction. It is good
when you lirst ualch cold. It is
good whon your cough is soatod and
your lungs aro sore. It is good in
any kind of a cough. Wo have bold
twonty-livo dozen of it and every
bottle 1ms given satisfaction. Sleil
inau ljYiodiuuii, druggists, Minne
sota Lake, Minn. IX) cent bottles
for Halo by all dealers, lionson,
bmith ii Co., ngontu for tho Hawai
Extract from Republican R. W. Wil
Tho Liberal of April l.'i has tho
following: '"If anyone will look at
the views 'of I ho inombora of tho
Legislature of lSi)2, in the S. F. lix
amiiier of Novombur, lS!)2,t they will
thi re m'o that .los. Maixton is not
an annexationist, but an advocate of
cheap labor; and W. O. Smith wan
in favor of MiHimr the iudopoudencM
of Hawaii noi. Tho Hawaiians hae
decided unanimously not to have
thoir country aiine.ed by this. Pro
visional LVov eminent, as thoir work i
very bad. All wo hao to say U, that
you (Hawaiian) lie of one mind, and
not lie divided, Hum you win mic-
wliat you aro M'arning for.
The Advisory Council have decided
upon tho following names: . nines Is.
Castle, Collecior-tleneral of Cus
toms; l. A. -McCaudh-, Ta Aiwos
bor for Oalm; Frank MeSti oker,
Doputv t'ollector-Cenoral of Cus
toms; Charles T. Wilder, Consul
Uenoral for San Francisco. Where
is the Hawaiian heio selected, if this
(Joverninent is well disposed towaid
thuin? Yo Hawaiians, take note of
of Christian civilization, and who
have educated them and their cliil- j
dren, then npnosrd annexation with I
all their might, saying that tho of- !
feels of it "would" bo disastrous to '
tho native race."
As the same reasons that prompt
ed our tespocted American mission
ary teachers still exist, just as potent
I to-day as thou, if not more so, we
1 aro willing to abide by their worthy
authority and wo proclaim that we,
! the women of Hawaii noi, want to
j preserve tlio autonomy of our conn-
I try saoiod for our children, who
j have no other lauds to seek for thoir
I homes. j
j Wo aro not inspired by tho least j
i hostility agaiiial the United States
; or their institutions; 011 tho con
trary, we have learned to honor and
, logard them as a kindly neighbor, a
j just friend and a inagnaniiuou pro
; lector for thin dofousolosn kingdom;
and wo have always extended to the
U, S. subjects and naval ollicers the
' imd.sL hospitable welcome.
1 lint we have been solely grieved
by the strange and inimical conduct
of some Americans in their violent
injustice and unprecedented mo
1 tlioda against our tjiieeu Liliuoka
lani, wiio has won our rospoot by her
conscientious regard for her people's
wishes and who is entitled to all our
sympathies through tlio insults that
PATROL. HOUSE KILLED.
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FROM HONOLULU TO
A member of the mounted patrol
had his hor.se killed 011 Sntuiday
morning. He was riding along at
Iwiloi, when a Chinaman driving a
dray came along. Tho pnttolmau'a
horse, going at a pietty fail gait,
ran up against the Chinaman's horse
and was struck under the neck by
the end of one of tho shafts. The
snan wont clear uinmgii mo am-
tilth UF Til
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brute writhed in pain, in the afier , f & jnjinooo
noon it was decided to have hun A s ,iBw t
shot rather than see him biill'or,.
It is not definitely known
whom tho blame lies, but it
niised that both woro in tho
A majority of the mounted
aro Known as poor riders, ineir
eqiie.stiianihin being morn adnp ed
to wooden hor.sos.
Elder .S, S. Ueavor, of MeAlHntor
ville, Junintta Co., I'a., i-ays. Inn wifo
in Mibjeol to cramp in the louuich.
Limt Hiimiuor pln tried Chaiuber
laiu'n Colic, Cliulxra and Oiarrhu-u
Jteiuedy for it, and v much pi
oil with the
ed. Sliu has
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At Inilf IIih former cost.
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It, ami Wll.s inuch pleiiM- ill M lhT'' I'.tl i '" "" !ilu"1 Kreutly rciliucl
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d found that it inner ' vn i. . vvi
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