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ll'LV 18, 1882.
BLAINE'S HAWAIIAN POLICY.
TlwCulciuro Timrsot July 3rd
prints n lonjr letter of lustructious
written by Secretary of State Blaine,
to Gen. Coiuly, V. S. Minister Resi
dent t Honolulu, under date of
December 1st, 1881. Wo quote
several paragraphs a of peculiar in
terest to our render :
" Mv lute; instructions, and espe
cmlly that ?( the l'Jth ultimo, will
have shown you the deep interest
with which the United States ob
serves tiie coutbe of events lit the
Hawaiian Island. The apparent
disposition to extend other influences
therein on linen parallel to or off
Betting our own, must tic watched
with care and with considerable
11 This Government has on pre
vious occasions been brought face to
face with tho rpiestiou of n protect
orate over the. Hawaiian Uroup. it
has, ay often as it arose, been set
aside in the interest of such com
mereial union and sucli reciprocity
benefits as would give Hawaii the
highest advantages, and at the same
time strengthen its independent cx
islence as a soveicign State. In this
I have summed up the whole disposi
tion of the United States toward
Hawaii in its proper condition.
" Hawaii, although much farther
from the California coast than is
Cuba from the Florida peninsula,
holds, in tho western sea, iuuelt the
same position as Cuba in the Atlan
tic. It is the kev to the maritime
dominion of the Pacific States, as
Cuba is the key to the Gulf trade
The material possession of Hawaii iB
not desired by the United States any
more than was that of Cuba, but
under no circumstances can the
United States permit anv change in
the territorial control of either which
would cut them adrift from the
American system whereto they botlt
indispensably belong In this aspect
of the question it is readily seen with
what concent the Government must
view any tendency toward introduc
ing into Hawaii foreign elements de
structive of its necessarily American
characteristics. The steady diminu
tion of the native population of the
islands, amounting to some 10 per
cent, between 1S72 and 18.8, nnd
still continuing, is doubtless the
cause of great harm to the Govern
ment of the Kingdom, and it is no
wonder that a solution should be
sought witli eagerness in any seem
injrly practicable quarter.
"The problem, however, is not to
be met by a substitution of Mongo
linn supremacy fur nati e control, as
seems at first sight possible through
the rapid increase of Chinese emigra
tion to the islands. Neither is the
wholesale introduction of the coolie
clement, professedly Atiglo-Indian,
likely to afford anv satisfactory out
come to tho difficulty. The Hawaii
an Islands cannot bo joined to the
Asiatic system. If they drift from
their independent station it must be
towards assimilation and identifica
tion with tho American system, to
which they belong by tho operation
of political necessity."
Tub attention of shippers is call
ed to the advertisement of Messrs.
C. Brewer & Co.'s Boston and Ho
nolulu Litio of Packets.
At a meeting of the " Veterans "
on Saturday evening last at the
Hotel, it was resolved to establish a
Post of the " G. A. R." in this city,
' to lie known as tho u Georgo W. Ho
A MOKSTKit turtle, measuring
about five feet in length by four in
breadth, was received from Capt
Thos. Spencer, of Hilo, by the Like
like on Sunday. Mr. E. Cuuha, of
the ' " Union," has the critter in
hand, and proposes to turn him into
sovory.soup to-day. It will be liter-
k ally ,' " soup for the million."
V T, nnninilnnra nt Prnf. ' tlprf..-'
Being inweu, mere was no fuuuwri
the XHWimnji Hnrni i'.i -.?-57 i
Monday, July 17.This was peti
tion duy, under the rules ; and the
first presented was by Mr. neau,
from Honolulu, praying that a water
malu bo laid along School street.
By Mr. Alwohl, from Hamakua,
Hawaii, that their Deputy Sheriff,
Sandford, be removed from otllcc.
Bv Mr. Knunnniauo, from Hono-
lulu. thut Dr. Fitch be put in charge
of tho Queen's Hospital
Bv the some, from Hamakua, Ha
waii, for an appropriation of $2,000
for n road to Kohalalele.
By the samo from Hamakua, that
the sum of 8500,000 be- appropriated
tor a railroad from Hamakua to
By Mr. Mott Smith, from Hono
lulu, that fertilizers be entered duty
Mr. Palohau, from Select Cou
mitteo on the bill to amend Section
M1H of the Civil Code, reported tho
same The amendment proposes
to strike out the provision requiring
the scrvaut who. absconds, to sorve.
double tho time of his absence, and
substitutes, " ho shall be compelled,
'to. serve the remainder of the- time
of his original contract" so- Jhat
thero is no punishment whatever for
desertion. The bill lays, aver In its.
Mr. Kapona, from Committee, re
ported as amended the bill to In
crease Postal Facilities
The Minister of the Interior from
Committee reported consideration
of siindry proposed appropriations
for roads and bridges, on which they
had made reductions amounting al
together to 850.000.
Mr Mott Smith gave notice of a
bill he intendB to introduce, respect
ing the importation of fertilizers
The same gentleman offered a re
solution limiting; speeches to fivo
minutes duration, except by the in
troducer of u bill or resolution
Mr. Aholot gave notice of a bill
respecting sales of certain govern
Mr Kaulukpu gave notice of a
bill to repeal the law respecting the
carrying of dangerous weapons
Mr. Keau gave notice of a bill to
prohibit the importation and man
ufacture of intoxicating thinks.
This is bill No. 5 on the same sub
ject now in the- House.
A resolution was adopted, ins
tructing the Sergeant-at-Arms to
furnish each member with 150 2-ccnt
Mr. Kauhaue gave notice- of a bill
to regulate tho selection and seudiug
abroad of Hawidian Youths, for tho
purpose of education.
Mr. Knpcna from committee, re
ported on sundry appropriations for
school purposes. Adopted.
Tho House then ptoceeded to the
order of the day in committee of the
whole, Mr. Kupena in the chair.
The following items were passed :
For English Schools, '875,000;
for Government Common Schools,
810,000; for the Reformatory
School, $10,000; building and re
pairing school houses, 810,000; aid
to Hilo Boarding School. 85,000.
At this point the Houso took a recess
until 2 r.M.
The Assembly sat for two hours
in the afternoon, tho most of the
time in consideration of the items in
the Appropriation Bill covering
roads and bridges throughout the
Kingdom. Tho committee to whom
the subject as a whole had been
referred, reduced the amounts f.omc
what, but the Houso raised it again,
so that the sum total for these ob
jects will reach nearly 8200,000.
Thero remain a few more items in
the 3jll to be considered on the
I ftTC rflDC f.ffl WCUrC aw express carnnirca, i n nil. rr. UHIG Mill SALE.
Paws, July 8.-Tho formal Invi
tation of the Poweis to the Porte,
asking him to intervene in tho case
of Egypt, will bo delivered Monday.
A reply is asked for by AVcdnesday.
If the Porto refuses, or booins afraid
to act, 30,000 men, with 15,000 in
reserve, will bo concentrated by the
intervening Poweis. An army will
land at Aboukir and bo divided into
two parts. One will march ou Alex
andria and be supported by the licet,
which will open fire as booh as the
army is lauded. The other portion
will cross tho dry lake of Aboukir to
Kahr Dcwar, and siege the tail way
at Dunahoru, which is Arabi Pasha's
only means of retreat, and will thus
force hirb to either fight or yield
The English Expedition to Egypt
will comprise 20 vessels wttlt 147
Lo.ndox, July 8. Three hundred
and eighty-three outrages were com
mitted in Ireland during Juue, of
which fivo were murders
Mail Superintendent Lovcll, being
interviewed at Cleveland, Bald, in
regard to, fast mails between New
York and San Francisco: "I ex.
pect to see mails carried from city
to city in three and a half days. It
now takes about soven Think what
a difference this would make to
business. If the Bank of California
should send a draft for $1,000,000
to New York, they would have the
use of the money tltrce days longer
than they do now.'
Buklxngton, July 8. The Hawk'
tye to-morrow publishes the official
returns from the entire State of the
ameudment election on Prohibition.
The figures are furnished by the
various County Auditors, and aro
reliable. Except .Calhoun county,
tho total vote cast was 280,284.
For amendment, 154,551 ; against
amendment, 125,113; majority for
New Yoiik, July 9. A London
cable special to the J. noune says :
The slowness of events in Egypt dis
appoints tho English public, which
chafes under the inaction and re
sents the prolonged toleration, of
Arabi Pasha It cannot make out
what the Conference is doing, and
longs to hear the guns of tho fleet
speak out.. But the situation bos
probably distinctly improved As
believed here, Bismarck really sup
ports England at Constantinople
Mile. Lucy de Rothschild, daugh
ter of Baron Gustave do Rothschild,
was married on the 31st of May to
M Leon Lambert, head of the Brus
sels house of Rothschild, in the
synagogue of the Rue de la Victoirc
in Paris She is eighteen years old
graceful, thoroughly educated and
accomplished and brings her hus
band a dowry of 600,000,000 francs,
The only truo religion is personal
religtou. "-Make yourself a good
man, saul Uarlyle, " and tlien yon 11
be suro there's one rascal less in the
RErouT of S.S Suez, Dodd, mas
ter. Left wharf at San Francisco,
at 5 vm. on Sunday, July 9 ; dis
charged pilot at G :45 r.M. Had light
variable winds during the ontirc pas
sago. Passod tho S.S. Triumph at
noon on the ICth Arrived off Hono
lulu and hove to for a pilot at 1 1
p.m on tho 16th. Received pilot at
6:17 a.m. and made fast alongside
the wharf at 7. Made tho passage in
7 days 4 hours.
Made the passage up in 9 days.
Arrived off the heads July 1, but
owing to thick fog was unable to
enter till next day. While waiting
the Sydney bound steamer passed
Tho bark Caibaricn arrived yestcr
da)', 15 days from San Francisco.
To arrive per D. C. Murray,
6 COT'S WOOI. BUCKS 2, 2 years
old. and 4, 4 years old.
1 Southdown Buck, 3 yours old.
10 Southdown Lambs, 7 Bucks, 3 Ewes,
3 Grain's Merino Bucks
1 Cow and Calf, half Durham and half
Holstein. Anil a few don
Qarne and Fancy Fovls.
in iw . v ?tT-n
Two expre33 carriages, 1 light
truck, nnd u good two seat spring
wagon, are for fale nt Phil. Stein's,
cai ringc shop on Fort Street
WOMAN or Olilwuntvitto take eaie
of onu baby, liberal wages. Ap
ply at the Bulletin oftlcc. 138 lw
WANTED n young Girl, to make her
Keif gcueiaUy useful In the house
of a laily on Maul. For particulars en
quire at tho Hawaiian Hotel, llooiu No.
10, In the morning befoie 11:30. 07
ANTED. A llvo man with uiotlur
uto cututal. who Is both mer
chant am) accountant, can hear of a
good business opportunity bv atliliess
in C 1' D., Bulletin otllee. Principals
only. AH communications strictly con
FOUND, onBeretanla street, a Ladles
Bag, containing childicn's wcar-
Inn .ir...i.fi HMiri nrunp rnti Itnvn bflfiwt
by proving property and pnylne cost of
auveuiscincm. Appiy ai . . oo
crtson to CoN 13tlw
FOUND, a Carpenter's Combination
Bide. Owner can liavo tho samo
by proving property and paying cost of
advertisement Apply at J. W. nob
crtsou & Co's 134 lw
FOUND, a rur.se containing a sum
of money. Owner can havo the
samo by proving property and paying
cost of advortlsement. Apply at T. W
Robertson & Ccx's 134 lw
IJOUND os Saturday last, on Hotel
' Street, a Package of Transferring
papers Tho owner can have tho same
by paying expenses and calling at the
Bulletin OlUca. 137 lw
FOUND A Plantation Draft, which
the ownep- eau have o proving
property and paying for this advertise
ment. Apply to,
120 Messrs. Castle & Cooee
T OST, on Saturday evcnlnR, on the.
JU valley Koatt, Det,wecn Mr. Henry
Carter's and Mr. J. S. Walker's pre
mises, two pieces of MUSIC "Tanhau
ser," and "Secret Love." The Under
will receive the thanks of tho owner by
leaving the same a.b the office of J. W.
ltobertson. Jt Co's. 143
LOST, In town, an Oval Blood Stono
set in. a light cold border, with a
movablo pivoted steel pin, as a scavt
pin. Tiw nniicr will do suitaDiy re
warded by leaving same with J. TV.
Robertson & Co 140 lw
LOST A whlto basket cloth sack,
also, a Gold Locket and chain
marked " Irene II." The finder wilt be
suitably rewarded on leaving the same
at tho Bulletin ofllcc. 138
T?OR SALE, LOT No. 121, InJKapIo-
lanl Park, dimensions fit x 150,
factot: th. beach, anu well fenced. Ap
ply to C. O. Bunomt.
FOR SALE. Those desirable
premises situated out on the
Plains ou Berctanla street, bc-
Ionsiuc to the undersigned. House con
sists of parlor, sitting room, 3 bedrooms
sewnig room, tuning room, pantry,
kitchen, end bath room. There Is also
on tho premises a nice barn. The plane
Is well covered with manienie grass, and
has a nice garden. Terms easy. For
further particulars Inquire of John F.
Coulhukn 110 2w
TWO OFFICES TO LET, on the sec
ond floor of the building occupied
by J. W. Robertson & Co 130
T?OR RALE, a MULE CaRT.
X Apply to
II. Ilackfcld & Co.
FOB SALE, one new Scow, capable of
holding 10 tons, built by G. Emmes,
and now in good order. For further pal
tlculurs apply to Tuco. II Davies & Co.
IT'OR SALE, a two-seated wagon
. with polo and shafts, and a
double harness, nearly new, price
$150. May bo seen in rear of No.
20 School st W. G. Necdham. 72
Honolulu Steam Pfauing Mills, Espla
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blludx,
Sashes. Doors, and all kinds of Wood
work nnlsh. Turning, Scroll anil Hand
Sawing. All kinds ot Sawing and Plan
Inp, Morticing and Tcnuntliig.
Orders promptly attended to and work
guaranteed. Orders from the other Ih-
lauds solicited 21
Dr. Do FricH,
The Doctor has just returned from a
tour around the Islands, and holdn Hut
tcrlng rcrotnmondatlons f mm numerous
muuac;cr and prlvato owncis of horyH
for his skill and capabilities liiciuig
all manner of disc.ibcs and coinplali.u
In Modi, ;
All orders to bo left at Jns. Do'hl'B
T'lnm.vi P'l'h'e" 'if
jhSiU1 j f ' I
Tho Brie Ninito.
I-Having undergone cxti'mdvo repairs;
I with a good Inventory, anil well found
I In miIIp, rigging. &o U now oilcrcU for
.sain, tor paiucuiars inmiuc oi
117 A. J. Caktwrkiht.
LIME AND BRICKS
Ex Bark Almy,
FOR SALE In quantities to suit,
At Lowest Prices,
134 By Castle &Cookb.
The Patent Indestructible
By their use all rattling of tho shafts
Every pair warranted. Try them and
you will uso no othor6.
For sale by
141 2w JIo. 70 Queen street
For the Best and Cheapest
Go to J. W. RoUkiitsox & Co's..
WATER 1 WATER I
IRRIGATION after this date (Judo
U3rd, 1882,) is limited, to (4) four
hours per day,
From G to 8 In the morning, and
From 4 to 6 In the evening.
Permission to Irrigate during moro
convenient hours will he granted on ap
plication to tho Supcrlateripcnt.
Persons found Irrigating except dur
ing specified hours will have their pri
vileges suspended without notice,
G. D. Fitr.ETH,
Supt. Water Works.
Approved: Signed, H. K. ICaai,,
Minister of Interior.. 124
. FOR SALE,
.A-t $10 a.Cord.
137 lav P.M.S.S. Wharfs
THE OLD CORNER
Hakt Bros.,. ,, : Proprietors.
Served up In first-class style at alljhours.
Open from 2 a. m..to 10 p. m.
Always on hand
Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes
&c., &c. Also,
Buggies Carriages, Express "Wagons.
and every kind of vehicles
and all kinds oi repairing dooo.
FOR SALE, a No. a ,
Warehouse Feed Milt
Grinds from, & to 10 tons per day.
Alf-o, pulley?, belts, etc., all in goo$
order j can be run by steam or horse
power, juA the article for o. plantation.
HAY, OATS, CORN,
Wheat, Bran, Barley, Whole and
C! round, Mixed Feed, etc,
AS CIUilAP AS THE CHEAPEST
6!) I-AINE is Co., 84 Fort Bt,
A RARE BARGAIN I
ONI", of tho most eomfortablo and
neatly located rottaccs in Honolulu
o lent, furnished, or will sell furniture
on tin) most reasonable terms. Houso
contains tlvu rooms with grtrden anil all
I'oiiM'iilenci'H. Rental of House, 830
i per month, Furniture entirely new aim
.ramiili'lr. HexHoti for dlspohal owner
' h'lHlng tho Kingdom. Apply at onco
tO J. K. WlHUMANN,
j ' Ueul rotate Broker