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H', W UiTONiA salaries
TheC'outt will j?o Into mourning (or
the lalu lUnnrablc Mr. Itt-rnli-u Pauahl
ItUhop from Mil (lute until the M-rond
tiny of Xoombcr,.l88l.
EDWARD w. puryis,
II. M N Yie.c-Cliambcrhiln. (
lolnnl I.il.u-c, Oct. 10th, 1831.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS ,
Hnnoluhi, Hawaiian Island".
Draw Eeluinge on the
Ktuilc ol'C'nlli'oriiiu. H. V.
And their agents in i
NEW YORK, BOSTON, II0NQ KONG.
Me-isrs. X. M. Rothschild &Son, London. J
The. Commercial H.inU Co . of Sydney, .
Tlio Coinmetcial Hank Co., of Mdm-y,
The Bank or Xcw Zealand: Auckland,
ChrbUcliurch, and Wellington.
'The It ink of IlrllNH Uolumldi, Vic
torln, 11. C. and Portland, Or.
Trail -.let a General HanKiim Hinlm i
Till OAlliY ISUMiF.TIX ,
cm bo had from
LM. Uil,.li.i A C" Merchant st.
T. (1. Thrum Mciohant sf.
And from the Paper Carrier-',
Notice to Subscribers.
Mr. A- M. Mellis is authorized to
collect all back subscriptions for the
"Daily Bulletin," whose receipt for
the same will be sufficient.
JAS. G. CLEVIOIt, Mauager.
Bulletin Office, Oct. 7, 1884
3 V fH H U rX V X t i 11
riedjoJ ta neither Sect nor Tatty.
Bat pjtilllshel for the baatSt of nil.
TUESDAY, OCT. 21. 18SI.
THIS EVENING'S OOINCS.
Excelsior Lodge. I.O.O.E.. '
. . , MRm,Na- . ( ,-. ,.
Sale of )vy floods at (!oolvtm'i
at 10. by Lyons & Levey. '
LmIioi' mill Sunnlv Co.. 10.'
Aleetimr.Ktock ExciAifcc."a't 11. -"!
O a '
In the editorials of its last issue, '
calmly discii'ing the bitualion. the '
Saturday l'rvti touches the ijiics- ,
tion of tlie propriety of maintain
ing the pergonal element that has
figured -so hugely in discussion of
the pi csent Government. It doubts
whether any good comes of that
line of attack. Our general view
of the question is that in tlie case of
aspirants to power, the lccord of
public and private conduct may be
lltly revealed and discussed,- but
once a set of ruler is established
tlie conduct of each in hi" ofllce is
tiie most that can fairly be brought
up to judge him by. Inferences to
previous records may be legitimate
in political warfare, as clinchers to
arguments that the subjects of tlicin
are not fit to govern. As a rule
however, we should regard too much
harping upon tlie past as in some has been expended with judicious
measure an evidence, that it is dilll- ness on public woihs yielding leturns
cult to 11 nil fault with lite present. commensuratc-with the outlaw We
As lo personal discussion, pure and should be glad it such a showing
simple, the question seems to depend I could be made. Taking the list of
upon circumstances. If personality I expenditures all through we find that
predominates in an administration of they come very close upon the pro
affairs, it would be placing an un- I pprlion for the term of the" appro
fair embargo upon legitimate criti
cism to deny the right of discussion
of such personality. Of course
scurrility is outside the question, but
accusations of misconduct, in plain
terms, when they can be justified,
are often necessary in maintaining
fidelity to the public.
HAWAIIAN I UK Win lOllM.N MONTHS
r.MHNtl -KIT. 30, 18SI.
me, ....... 30,51)0 78
lent. ...... 27,001 88
nt 33,1S0 II
Salaries 21,0)2 00
.Surveyor' Dep't.. 7,(S0 0(1
Postal Jlon'Oiilei' 2,500 00
.Support PrKoncix. 15,577 07
KoaiK Bridge mid
ltoatl Supervisor. 50,271 34
Immigration 13.b()5 10
Halo ami l.eahl.. 30,000 00
l)i edging Harbor.. 0,100 05 '
Police Co'tJJulld'g 2,002 80
Bx'blon Water Wk 3,581 70
Xew Wharves 2,230 05
Insane Asylum .... 3,53 1 05
Fire Uepaitment.. 3.280 10
Printing, &o 1,182 75
Genealogy 2,020 75
j.i i . i ..,
C.lt.Uuatdsei; lifts Il.Oin 11(1
Tux Colin-tor, Kail 008 HI!
TnxA-sAplRiLAc 212 71)
National Debt 7,001) 00
Inteii-ston do :il.20l W)
Hospital Kunil.... 7.011 SI
Inei. dogtag-). Ac. I .US" 10
ill, SIM 01
ATlOIINKt -OKNf.ltAI.'W Illlf't.
Siilurlc- -...- 610,21(1 00
Incidental ACi I ml -nal
i:in CATION DM'T.
Snhuics 9 IUMI ,(M)
Suppoitof .Schools 20.57!) 10
Incidental 150 00
IIOAIIH ok iii:int.
Salary Sceiet.iiy.'..S 300 00
Leper .Settlement.. 2LIKII) 01
Phy-iclans 8,3 CO
Oeneiiil Expenu1. 10.033 52
....... S502.RU 1)1
Dl Mli: HAWAIIAN TUKAMJUY I Oil MX i
. MONTHS KNIIlNli ."KIT. 30. 1884-83. j
Balance on hand. 1881. 1S83.
. Aiirll' 1-t 9 2.220 -12 48.230 71
I (.'.11. Receipt" 2C0.58I 07292.471 15
I Lleenes950.370 1 1
1111 irt 11.178 82
Water " 2.S02 15
P.O. " 21.005 07
i:.K.'l' 2,321 01
.SundiPs 1.073 10
Kino, Penalties A
Seanien' Taxes ..
1)5.502 IS 1).-.0.I0 !)7
21,077 IS 20.211 20
101,200 00 01,100 00
15.270 00 12.870 50
1.SI0 00 57,350 51
4.0(H) 00 5.000 00
l,-,li!!) 00 S51 38
The great benefit organization lias
piovcd, is proving, and undoubtedly
will prove, to tin leading industry
of the country, 'suggests similar ad-
vantage, in .the oigaui.ation of our
llI'c-spiritofl citizens for tlie pro-'
IIHHKIII III yi.-IL-ljll IIUHI--U1L1. JiS IV
ib, uit1 i'luniers' Otnpany ami us
valuable periodical' nre doing more
for the caii'.e of diversified indtis
tric,, in an incidental sort of ay,
than all the .scattered effgrt in that
direction. When ib that Society for
the Promotion of Home Industry to
be instituted in Honolulu, with nux-
iliariux all over the Kingdom?
Prom the "15y Authority" column
of the Adrerlher
we to-dnv copy
the statement of the leceipts and
expenditures of the-Kingdom for the
six month' ending the ilOth of Sep
tember. Adding up the leceipts,
which tlie ofllcial compilers neglect
ed, the total is found to bc$.r)Sl,
05G.84, against expenditures of
S.')C2,'103.01, showing an excess of
receipts of 818,052.01. When,
however, the balance in the treasury
on April 1st $2,220.12 and the
borrowed money (loan fund)
$101,200 arc taken into calcula
tion, il will be seen that there is an
actual deficit of 8Ma,320.G7 between
the leceipts from domestic sources
and the expenditures. National debt
and interest on it absorbed 38, 801.
f0, or within two thousand of the
amount appropriated for the Legisla
ture and the Privy Council. This is
a big leakage in our slnall ship of
siaic, anil can oniy uc lustiticu iv a
i showing that the'capitiif it represents
. j i i a
priations for the whole biennial
period. In the pasc of the Civil
List the proportion is exceeded, but
whether in any case this is an im
poitnnt point may depend upon the
accident of time iu thO making of
drafts. When the uniformity of
close shaving' to the appropriations
is considered, however, it looks as if
thero lias not bccii n 'beginning yet
in the exercise of that Ministerial
discretion mentioued by Ilis Majesty
nt prorogation, whereby the excess
( of appropriatiobs over the country's
I ipsourccs was to be neutralized.
THE PLANTERS IN COUNCIL.
After rending the .minutes, Mr.
W. I). Smith, Secretary, picscntcd
his annual report. Twenty-five meet-
, ings, throe of tlicin quarterly, had
been held by fhp trustees durjng the
I year. The matter of iclations with
the United1 Slates had engaged the
sci ions and constant attention of the
. Board of Trustees. In the dissemi
nation' of needed information in
that country Col. Spalding, the Prc-
sident, assisted by the Hon. II. A.
P. Carter, lawalian Minister at
Washington, nnd the Hon. J. Mott
Smith, Hiad Nlondi signal scivice.
Valuable service hi the same dh co
tton, by Capt. C. E. Dutton, Mr. E.
E. Thoinc and Gen. S. C. Arm
strong, was also acknowledged. Not
only present benefit, but, it "is anti
cipated, far-reaching lestilts, have'
been accomplished in this sphere of
action. In tlie matter of immigra
tion and labor, the only diract opera
tion of the Ti ustccs had been the
trip of the I In Kind to tbo.Sonth Seas,
and tlie labor thus obtained had cost
more than was anticipated, owing to
tlie small number of adult immi
grants (10.) men and 2.1 women) 61)-
tnincd and the long oyagc made.
Of Portuguese, f8! men, 203 women
and C12 childtcn had arrived dining
the year. They, proved a good class
of immigrants, but the terms of con
tracts were not.in nit casds frivoiablc
to the planters. The heavy expense
for passages, high rate of wages and
largo proportion of Portuguese labor
iu the country had lessened the de
mand for them. In tlie matter of
Chinese immigration, pressure5 haii-j
been brought to bear upon the Gov
ernment lo lclax the rigorous res
triction of their entry, as the Board
considered it only reasonable to
admit them from time to time until
the demand for labor be supplied.
If tlie Japanese immigration proved
successful, however, it might be that
the restriction of Chinese would be
beneficial. Much is hoped for from
the promised Japanese immigration.
The Hoard had failed in efforts to
carry out the instructions to hire an
agricultuial chemist, but it wns
hoped Oaliu College, under its ro
ccnt liberal endowment, would be
able to engage a scientific professor.
Dr. G. Martin, a scientific chemist,
is engaged at Sprcckelsyille, Maui,,
in studies of soils, fertilizers and
other matters of interest to planters.
The Secretary had given careful
attention to the btatutes relating to
diseased animals, which had been
amended and amplified so as to
affotd greater protection. Immunity
from fatal diccases amoiig .stock iu
the past, and lack of information,
had tended to allay alarm, but yet
imminent danger existed. The coun-
j try was congratulated upon the en
gagement of Dr. Hrodic, a skilled
veterinary surgeon of repute and
integrity. Forestry had engaged the
attention of the committee on that
subject, and the services of Mr.
Jaeger, superintendent of the Gov
ernment nurseries, was warmly ac
knowledged. In a reference to the
Planters' Monthly, .fault was found
with planters for not more generally
availing themselves, of that medium
of intercommunication of their ideas.
Regarding, plantfttibiV, Statistics, jt
was regretted, that .planters bhould
have supplied such meagre informa
tion upon the details of sugar culture
ami mauuiaciuic. inc merits oi
the diffusion process were regarded
as a problem yetito be solved. Tlio
committee on tlie World's Exposi
tion in New Orleans in December
had rcpoi ted adversely on the advi
sability of sending products, but
wcic in fa'v6r of sending a practical
planter to represent -the Company.
It was stated that the reading matter
in the Company's ofllce was but
little used, as planters when in town
usually had pressing business to
monopolize their time. "The out
look" occupies space proportioned
to its importance in the report.
After a statcmept of the overshadow
ing importance of the sugar in
dustry, . reference is 'made C6"mc
sures for cheapening production
taken in anticipation of the break in
prices. Saving in fuel from burn
ing the trash, instead of tlio scarce
native lire-wood or imported coal,
had been great, and the .difficulties
of transpoi'tatiqn jhnd, been .largcljt
overcome. Compensating elements
of the situation 'u!r6 found in the
nHi'ninorrna rrntttnil liivtitiv is nmvi
"," 'o o "" """"s j-1""
or prosperity, "remaps in no period
of the history pf these Islands,"
reads thc.rcport,, "has the demand
I uuuu giuuicr iui biuauy, peisisicni
and 'Intelligent effort on the part of
-thoso,, cpgngcit . in ,husines!j"entcr
i prises thnn at the present time." A
i report of n coinmittco upon' wilh-
drawing members, and their legal
relations to'the Company,' was cm
bodied in the Sccr'ctary'S report,
i signed by Mr. ,S. B. Dplo and hjm
I self. It gave' tho opinion Unit the
shares ifof'belhg salnhle, a unanl--i-i.
mous vote of the stockholders nt nn
authorized meeting was jiicccssary to
sever the connection of incmbeVs
whiv had signified thcirinlcntion of
Iu the absence of tlie Treasurer,
his report was presented by Mr. J.
B. Athcrton and referred to a com
mittee of three Messrs. J. Austin,
R A. Schnefcr and J. II. Paty.
Mr. Jonathan Austin presented
the report of tlio Labor Committee,
which was ordered lo be printed in
tlio Planters' Monthly.
Mr. V. A. Schnefcr presented the
repot t of the Committee on llccipro-
.iCitv. jvliieh was similarly dealt with
There was no report from the
Commjttee on Transportation, owing
Mr. II. P. Baldwin, the chairman,
being out of tlie country, but an In
teresting discussion upon horses,
mucs, bullocks, steam locomotion
and Iltimfes t'oolc placb upon,fJick8ub-'
ject, in which the President, nnd
Messrs. W. O. Smith, It. Hnlstcad,
W. K. Howell, T. II. Davics, l- A.
Schnefcr, A. Unna, Edward Wolters
nnil .1. r.l?!nlin,-i1ar,i( Innt- ntirt- Tt.
' was ordorecTon motion that ilic
chairman of this committee prepare
his report for publication in the
The Secretary read a paper on live
stock-, prepared by Mr. W. II.
Bailey. It mentioned new condi
tions vof the live slock business iu
uicsVlsltiuds ns'bciiig "apparent, the
most prominent development caused
by them being the disposition of
stock-growers lo raise their own
feed. Very gratifying results had
been the consequence. Planters were
recommended to pay more attention
to this branch than formerly. Good
stallions and becf cattle were now
among the domestic productions of
the country. Colts raised by hand
make moie serviceable animals than,
those raised on pasture. Training
rather than breaking of young horses
was advised. Different fodder plants
and trees were suggested, as having
been tested. Advice was given not
to be swindled by any foreign seller
of poor stock planters could not
afford to buy poor stock. Breed
their own from the best stallions that
could be got. Read good stock
journals in their leisure moments.
Mr. S. II. Dole said tlieie were
more diseased animals in the country
than people had an' idea of. It
might be a question for the next
annual meeting to refer to the Legis
lative Committee. Thero was a bad
state of vaffairs L among .animals, in
Honolulu. He referred to the
amended quarantine law of last ses
sion of the Assembly.
Mr. W. O. Smith said there was
no indication of the law being en
forced. Animals were being brought
in, but there was no quarantine
station nor quarantining, as pro
vided by tlie law. Ho spoke" of the
favorable impression Dr. Brodic had
given him of his competence ns a
veterinary surgeon, and tlie arrival
of that gentleman might be the be
ginuiiig.x)f action under the statute;
but it was no uso talking of further
legislation if the present law was
not entorceu. Ho moved that a
committee be appointed to wait upon
the Minister of the Interior, to re
present the views of the Company
upon the subject.
Mr. Wolters did not think it was
advisable to run to the Government
with every small matter. Subjects
might come up of sufficient import
ance to be officially represented to
the Government, but it seemed to
shim that the Company had no more
to do with tlie enforcement of this
law than any other law on the
Messrs. Schnefcr, ltowcll, Hielc
ard, A. II. Smith and others con
tinued the discussion until adjourn
ment, the preponderance of opinion
being that the importance of the
matter to the planters made il within
tbeir piovincc to respectfully confer.
t carrying out of the law.
Honolulu Stock and Bond Ex
MIE AXXUAL JIEETIXG OF THE
HOAHD has bean postponed till
PHIDAY, Oct. 21tb, 1881, at lbn..nK j.
V 818 3t Secretary.
XX r T. RHOADS
Y . CONTRACTOR & BUILDER,
Shop nn Qife'en sticit, near Alakca
A SMALL COTTAGE AT LELEO.
JTV. Apply to T. W. RAWLINS.,
Adjoining Dodd'c, .
The long looked for opening of this
toiu will be. on Monday, Sept. 15th,
with a full stock of
UOIIT. JJONXOLLY, manufactuter
of Hoda. Water. Gliurcr licer. Jtoot llcer
nnd Spruce llcer, will offer to the public
on Monday, codling drinks superior lo S ' '. 1 " " ' " fc1 '
any In the Hawaiian islands. 'I be for he SLJi & 1 a m .lb ai he llur
drinks mentioned above arc mnuufae- . Ih'Sf Quliicy IfcilMloacl, nLo,
tiled nt my Soda Work, back of Hose ! soliciting Agent for Iho f-nn irnnclKo
Cottage. One trial of my Arctic Soda Illuminating Card Adtertbeincnt Com
wll nronounee it .the best Iu the city. l'?y- Orders for (lopih. Wares and
My syrups are imported from London, ,
comprise the choicest of Knglhh fruits,
namely Gooseberry. Cherry,
Ktipnucrry, sirnwueny,. i-cinon, niu
Currant, Jllaek Currant and Pinu Apple,
Sarsnparllla, dinger, Orange and Vu-
mllii.. Any or tnese iruits nt
My motto Is, to give n superior article
even If It cost more, and thereby ensure
speedy s ale.
Willi my G-IXUr.U IJJ-BH, HOOT
llLKIt nnd SPKUO"" 11JJEK, 1 have
been ntui heavy expense experimenting
on thcni'edhs lo tflvc tlio public drinks
that will bo both strengthening utiil
refreshing in this climate. 1 guarantee
them strictly VEGETABLE, no MIXK
HALS employed. 1 use tome of tlio
finest medicinal herbs that grow in the
States. The public wants a drink with
bomo nutriment in It, this you 11 nil in
my beers that blrengtlitn the body ns
well as dilute the blood for purposes of
a more easy How through the system.
They can be taken by any one as they
nrcMi-ijlulclypuio,,". Tliey are the mot
enjoyable lhirt quenchers over Intro
duced. I will sell them at prices to suit
one and nil.
Superior Genger Beer, 10c. per bottle.
Donnolly's Root Beer, " " "
Donnelly's Spruce Beer,
Candies for the Million
On'SaturdaV.nt the Fountain. .My ns-
' .Qr,tiuqpt.ia of , tlio fbjest Xnd mi-esvdns-r
criptton and will lie sola nt tlio lowest
possible rlrieo. Don't forget and call
early to insure a packet of these lare
candies for tlio loved ones at home. I
have also an assortment of Don lions,
Cloves and Nuts of all descriptions.
Smokers' Articles a speciality at tlio
Fountain, nil descriptions of home mil
foreign Cignrs, to suit the most fasti
dious. Best brands of Tobacco and
Cigarettes. Hoping to get u shnio of
public patronage by supplying a good
aitlele, I remnln,
814 3m BOBEKT DONXOLLY.
Books and Accounts and Cus
tom House Business prompt
Xy, carefully and accurately
iioLJtsi (Wiiyu ..nkV-Mii'ii
General Business Agent, Merchant St.
Telophono 172 P. O.Box 315-
JUST HEOE1VED PER
l-nil SAT.K BY l
J. I. DOWSETT,
81f, lm QUF.EX STREET.
'dihect from MADEIHA,
l?cr H. n. liOKUJEAXJX
A splendid collection of 18 carat gold &
silver jewelry of tho latest designs,
iNeelcliieew "vitli liOelcctH,
Chains, Studs, Bracelets, Purses, Scarf
Pl.is, Crosses, Ear-rings, Thimbles,
JEU;., 13te., Ec.
Call and examine this Superior Stock.
GONZALVES & CO.
811 NO. 57 HOTEL ST. lm
ForFroieht or Charter.
Apply nt Iho
814 lm Pacific Xavkiatios Co.
-jX. NOTICE Is hereby given hat
Hio.iiasier oi tuoauovo vessel
-will not bo resnoiislble for
aPany debt contracted by tho
members of his crew, without bis writ
T11EO. IL DAVIES Co., Agents,
n .t i r . sir lw '
lUilliiilLJkL.O Bi'JItfoUyiglvtttlnlt' neither
g. mttPPtiUn n()x.iuo.ii gents oi
M-rf-lbe American Bark Nicholas
"ESSThayor will be responsible
for any debt conti acted by tho crow of
said Hark without their written order.
R. 8. CROSBY. Master.
H.-IIACKFELD & Co.,- Agents.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1834, 810 3t
J. E. WISEMAN'S
i m umm uaru.
t M T 1
V I . 1
Ready for Active Work Again.
'I'M!!' liutlnc Community nnd my
JL Patrons ljuieinll) lliiouyhout tlio
IslamU will nlcase take notice tlmfl
have returned from mv trip to. the Const
nnd with Improved facilities 'for eon.
ducting my General Ofllce lluslnes. 1
most respectfully solicit Iu the future
the patronngo heietofore uxtciulid lo
me dining my business engagement In
the Kingdom for the post live yenr.
In addition to my various tlrpiut-
.Miyiiaiiuwe oi wciy i nil ''"'''"
"cut to lSe Co-ist, and vatlsfact on
t - - --
In mv Heal Lstule Dcnnitmcnt, I hae
always on hand choice piopcrty to sell
nnd ilouscs, Hooms and Offices to lenfe
nnd let. I collect lent", pay and dis
charge taxes, Insurance and older nctcs"
feary repairs when rcijuiied. Landlords
nnd Owners will find that it will bo to
their ndvnntago to place their Heal Es
tate. Interests In my hands, ns I will
carefully attend to this bianch of my'
business to their entire F.itlstactluu.
Custom Iloiibo Entries ixecuted ut
Books nnd Accounts kept and adjust
ed, nnd Quarterly Bills distributed und
collected accurately and pioniptlv1.
Soliciting Agent for the Mutual Life
Insurance Co. of Now York, also Eire
Don't forget that I do business on
buMncsi principles. Give mo a call.
J. 13. WISEaiA.IV,
The only leeognls'cd General Buriue'S
Agent in the Kingdom.
Ofllces, 28 Merchant Street, Campbell's
Eire Proof Block, Honolulu.
P.-0. Ilox315 Telephone 172.
BEGS to inform the public that he has
pur Maripo-n, un clipint n.oitmcht of
Genu', Ladles', und Chlldicn's
Boots ds Shoes
'OF THE BEST QUALITY.
62 Ho.tel, Street.
A"S there Is great competition in the
A Hcstaurant business at the present
tlme.wc shall BEDUOE THE PHICE
OF BOA11D TO
$4,50 per week
From tLls date.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, ieei. "
W. H. PAGE,
HONOLULU CARRIAGE MANUFACTORY
NOS.128 and 130, FORT STREET
(opposite Pantheon Stnblcs)
HONOLULU, II. I.
Tho Manufactory contains a complete
Canlago Shop, Blacksmith Shop, Paint
Shpp, and Trpnming Shop.
DRAYS AND TRUCKS,
HAND CARTS, &C, &0.
Mado to Order On most favorable tcnni
and nil work guaranteed.
The I'loHCHt Attention clven torn
Iinlr work of nil UIikIh.
Having bcuu iu business on the Bland
for-a number of jpnrs employing none
but the most Skillful of Mechanics, mid
using only Al Material, I can strictly
guarantee nil won; leaving my Manu
Givo mo a call before purchasing
Don't forget the place.
128 and ISO FORT STREET.
oitositi: noun's btaulks.
W. H. Page,
501 0m PROPRIETOR.
Ol'-FI-JK TO JUST.
ONE SIDE of .f. E. Wiseman's beau,
tiful olllco to rent, with lino oillco
furniture, chandeliers, consultation
room, ufco of telephone, Ac. To a suit
ablo piuly reasonable terms will bo
given. Apply to
.1. E. WISEMAN,
General Business Agent, Campbell's
815 tf. ' - Block, Merchants'.
'J sua. A
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