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Saturday, Jan. 29
Of Original Matter !
lO Cents per Copy.
$2.00 per Annum.
the'BULLETIN OFFICE and
fromthe News Garriors.
J. H. SOPEB,
(Successor to J. M. Oat, Jr. & Co.)
Dealers In nil kinds of
The Latest Foreign Papers always on
huuil at tho Gazette II lock. Merchaut
EST Tho English Admiralty Charts
always on hnnd. 1 by
jr. hojpjp sc co.
74 IkiiiK Street.
Hanufncturcra and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
TINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Balls or I'm tics in small or large
891 quantities. ly.
A LL ordcis for Cartage promptly at
XJL tended to. Ptirtieul.ir attcntiou
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit nt lowest prices.
OlEcc, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'b
332 ly Mutual Tt lephouo No. 19. '
Having now pusscdninto the-biinds
of responsible parttc.s- is iii-cpurul at
Blioit notice to do all AVashiug'in a Su
perior Manner. A contiieiable
, has been made from the sealo of
former rate, and
Satisfaction is Guaranteed to All
lx Who -will favor tho Establishment
wi'h atrial. CO
MRS. J. A. RODANET
BEGS TO INFOKM HKR NUMEK
ous friends ami customers that
sho has lLsumcd Iiiuiiicsh ut her rcsl.
dence, Emma Htrect, next to Mrs. AV'odc.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & AIulicii JStrvclH.
Open oeiy Day and Evening.
The Llbrjry eon-iats ,at thu incsaut
mo of ocr the Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Jtnum is .supplied lth
about fifty of Hie leading nowsjinpers
A Pat lor Is provided for conet gallon
Terms of iiicmbuiMilp, lllty cents a
jnontli, payable quaiteily in advance.
Xo foimallty lcquiicd in joining u.sucpt
signing tlio toll.
Stiangeiri ftoiu fotclgi) eountiles and
visItotH from thu otlici ishuds mo -welcome
to tho looms nt all times as guests.
This Association having no tegular
menus of suppoit except tho dues of
meinbeib', It is expected that leshleuts
of Honolulu who ucslio to avail them
aelws of its piivllcges, null nil Wio feel
uii Intcicst in inaintalnliig nn Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
stud become icguhircoiittlbutois.
S. li. DOLE.Piesldent,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
II. A. PAKMEI.EE, Scctetnry,
A. L.SMITH, Tteasuicr,
O. T. HODGJTRS, M.D.,
Clinlniuiu Hall mid Library Committee.
THE NEW YORK
Life Insurance Co.
Old. Succosslul. Trustworthy. Purely
Mutual. No Stockholders.
Assets over - $70,000,000
Surplus over - 14,000,000
it issues the Hc-t forms of policy and
pajs tliu JLAIMSEST Tontine Dll
dctuls of any Coiupiny.
Tlic litest luhantuge mldul to ItsNon
Poi foiling Limited Tontine Policies Is:
A isiinrniitet'd return of nil
1'romiuuiM imitl, in addition
to Fnco of Policy, in enso of death
during the Tontine period.
For full particulars apply to
CO. BERGEE, Honolulu,
(iutiiml Agent Hawaiian Islands.
A small invoice of
Imported direct from Havana.
C. 0. BERGER.
55s xi ii 1 earn. Tea !
Just rtecivLd c Anstrnlla.
PUKE JAPAN TXtJA,
In Mb. and 2-lb. tins aud -lb packages.
For sale, lower than anywhere else in
town, wholesale and retail, by
HANG MOW CHONO & CO., Agents,
93 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. 85
Competition the Life of Trade.
ft MM Garriap Co.
T ESPECTPULLY SOLICITS A
Xi continuance of the patronage of
those who occabionally require an ix.
picis for sitoiu'a, making cvi.i.s, ,;.
c'.c. The manager nlso desires to stnto
that the Company's drivers have earned
a reputation lor caiiki'UI. dmvijiO, civil
ity and stkict adiieuknci: to the
1.1.0 Kh itATKs of faie, thereby avoiding
tiie necessity to use caids, showing the
thu time they liavo been engaged and
tho amount received for fares.
Tho protection which this Company
oilers the public against overcharging,
incivility, cr htedlcn driving, lies in
tho fact that tho majority of tlteii driv
ers have, by steady application and strict
attention to business, become owners of
tlio tcuui3tlicy drive. Furthermore the
numerous calls for tlio Company's Car.
niAOKs, dcmonsti.Uo bcjond a doubt,
tliat so far, satisfaction li is been no
coal id to tho public. Parlies who do
tiro to ilde behind a certain horse or
driver, cm always suit their choice, as
tho dii vers are not in tho habit of chung
ing about from one stable to another.
Discretion in charging, is a special
feature of the Oompanj 's pollcj .
No Extra Charge for Carriages or
dered by Telephone,
Fora Hack, Ring Up
TELEPHONE No. 200!
United Carriage Company,
OFFICE AND CAUItlAOE 8TAM) I
Cor. ICiufr & Fort HtreotH.
Will bo open every afternoon and even,
ing as follows:
Monday, TucHitny, Wcclnt'Hilny nnd
To tho public in general.
For ladies and gentlemen.
For ladies, gentlemen and children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Managor.
FOR PUBLIC PROTECTION !
NUMEKOUS COMPLAINTS FROM
timo to time, appearing in tho
dally papors of Incivility, overcliaiging,
etc,, by liiicKincn,
Tho Hawaiian Hotel Stables
Hi g to notify tlifrSr patronn that nil thoir
diivcrs on leaving the stand have tho
time taken, and on returning tho di Ivors
till out a card with faro charged whllo
away, by vvhith means the public ore
nroteded and the proprietors nro ablo to
Investigate any overcharges and com.
KING TJI? IVo. .
VAN'S JiOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
FRIDAY. PKB. 4, 1887.
PRESIDENT CLEVELAND'S MESSAGE.
The Economist of Dec. 11th re
views President Cleveland's Mes
sage, tnoro paiticttlarly tho tariff
nnd currency (questions, in the fol
Apart from its references to tho
fishery dispute with Canada, tho
negotiations with regard to which,
we arc told, promise to lead to a
reasonable settlement, the portions
of President Cleveland's Message
which excite most interest here nro
those that deal with the tariff and
currency questions. Both of these
questions have lattcily been forced
into greater prominenco by tho
financial prosperity of tho States,
and although it may bo doubted
whether Congress will be inclined to
take any definite action with regard
to them during tlio short Session
now opened, they will certainly
press for solution in the near future.
The main factor in the situation
is the enormous revenue sutplus that
now yearly accrues to the Ti casury.
Thus, in the year ending June last
the revenue exceeded the expendi-
tuic by fully 18: millions sterling,
and it is calculated that if no change
is made in the scheme of taxation,
the current year will yield a surplus
of fully 18 millions. In tho past this
free revenue has been applied by tho
Treasury to the reduction of the
National Debt. But the limit of its
use in this way has now been nearly
reached. The only debt bonds
which the Government have the
power of redeeming at will arc the
llj per cents., of which only about
1."j,000,0001 tuo now outstanding.
The lcmaiuing debt consists of
percent bonds, 'which are not re
deemable until the 1st of September,
1801, and 4 per cents., which do
not become redeemable until the 1st
of July, 1907. The time is conse
quently close at hand when all the
debt which the Government have the
option of paying off will have been
redeemed, and then, as President
Cleveland points out, ,lif the pre
sent revenue system continues,
there will be vastly more income
than is necessary to meet expenses,
thus creating an excess which may
bo uselessly hoaidcd, or lead to
waoteful public extravagance."
The spcetaclo of a treasury groan
ing under tlio weight of a huge sur
plus, and casting about for some
means of relieving itself of the bur
Men, is one which tho people and
governments of the Old AVorld must
legard with envy. Yet, however
enviable tho financial position of the
Stales may appear from the stand
point of those nations that have a
never-ending struggle to make ends
meet, to the Government at Wash
ington it is embarrassing enough.
The ready w.ry out of the difllculty
is to reduce taxation, but every at
tempt in this direction meets with
strenuous opposition. Tho two main
sources of lcvenuc in the States are
the duties levied on imports and the
Excise duties on spirituous liquors
and tobacco, Against any matciial
modification of the import duties the
Protectionists w ill fight tooth and
nail ; while, on the other hand, there
is a large, and probably a piepond
ciating, volume of public opinion
against a reduction of the Excise
duties, which aro certainly not ex
cessive, aud fall upon a class of
commodities which m all countries
are rightly regarded as the most
legitimate objects of taxation: Thus
no proposal which tlio Government
may make will meet with general
acceptance ; and although President
Cleveland strongly recommends the
repeal of all import duties on raw
matctinls, and a giadual reduction
of tho duties on manufactured
goods, Congress, it is to be feared,
will hardly be inclined to act at pre
sent on his suggestion. The dis
position will probably be to defer
coming to a definite decision until
all possiblo debt redemptions have
been effected, and meanwhile the
Piotectiotiisls will bo striving to
dissjpatp the surplus, cither by in
creasing expcndltmc, or by divert
ing to local authoiitips some portion
of tlio excise rovemiu that is now
collected by the State. Tliero can
bo no doubt, how over, that the
superfluity of the Treasury resources
lias given the free-traders a strong
vantage ground from which to press
forward the question of taiiff ie
form, and to press it witli much
better prospects of ultimate success.
One suggestion for the disposal
ot tho bui plus which has been made
by Mr, Manning, tho Secretary of
tlio Treasury, js so briefly rofcrred
to in tlio telegrams, that further in
formation jespecting it is needed be
fore it can bo properly discussed.
Mr. Manning, it would appear, pio
poses that excess revenues should
bo applied to redeeming tho GOf
millions or o of greenbacks now in
circulation. As a matter of fact,
if tho JCtiicnicntrfjf the Government
paper money wpro resolved upon,
there would not bu G!) jniljions to
redeem out of rovenuo, but only 4Q
millions, against its unto issues,
That, however, is a mutter of
detail, aud tho vital question is
what currency Mr. Manning pro
poses to issue In place of the notes,
should tlioy bo withdrawn. It is to
bo remombcrcd that the noto issues
of the national banks, which sup
plement tho Government issue, aro
being lnpidly reduced, and, in fact,
gradually extinguished, by tho re
demption of tho bonds upon which
they1 arc based. Aud if concurrently
with this extinction of private issue
the Government Isbuc were nlso sup
pressed, the States would be left
without any paper currency at ails
with the exception of tho certificate,
issued by tlio Treasury against de
posits of gold nnd silvor. In that
case, it would, of couisc, as tho
cheaper and more abundant metals,
that would bo made to form the
basis of the paper currency, and a
very long step indeed would bo
taken towards placing the currency
of tlio country on a puiely silver
basts. This, however, is obviously
not what Mr. Manning desires, be
cause he advises the repeal of the
existing law for the compulsory
coinage of silver, partly on the
giound that it causes an undue dis
placement of gold by silver; nnd as
it is not at all likely' that Mr. Man
ning is really acting so inconsist
ently, it will bo best to wait for the
text of his report beforo venturing
upon any criticism of it.
On the vexed silver question, tho
President practically repeats tho
recommendations he made twelve
months ago. Sinco then the Ti cas
ury havo been striving, by every
means in their power, to utilise for
currency purposes the silver money
they arc compelled to coin, their
devices including latterly the issue
oi one-dollar silver ccrtilicatcs. In
spite of all their efforts, however,
tho stock of unused silver continues
to augment. On tho 1st of November,
1881, there wcro in tho Treasury
silver dollars to the valuo of about
3-2,800,0001, and against these sil
ver certificates to the amount of
18,700,0001 wcro in circulation, the
balance of silver coin for which no
use could be foundbcing thus 11,
100,0001. On tlio 1st of November
this year the stock of silver dollars
in Treasury was 3G,GOO,0001, the
amount of outstanding silver certifi
cates '20,100,0001, and the balance
of unused silver consequently
amounted to 16,500,0001, or 2,400,'
0001, more than at the same date
last year. It is quite evident, there
fore, not only that the silver coin
age is greatly in excess of current
wants, but also that the Treasury
holds a surplus stock which, even if
not a single now dollar were coined,
would enable it to meet all the re
quirements of the country for sev
eral years to come. Tliero is, con
sequently, not a shadow of necessity
for the continued coinage of silver,
and very pertinently, President
Cleveland reminds Congress that
"thoio seems little propriety in
building vaults to store silver, when
tho only pictenco for its coinage is
its necessity as a circulating medi
um." He recommends, therefore,
that tho coinage Bliould bo suspend
ed, and Secretary Manning backs
this i ecommendation by an argu
ment to the effect that such a sus
pension, by largely augmenting the
market supplies of silver, will so
disorganize tlio markot for the
metal, as to compel European Gov
ernments, and more especially tho
Government of this country, in self
protection, to adopt a system of
international bi-mettaliism. How
utterly fallacious this idea is we
have frequently endeavored to show.
Instead of working towards bi
metallism, the suspension of the
silver purchases of the American
Government would, in our opinion,
have the very opposite effect. But
bo that as it may, the coining by the
United States year by year of mil
lions of silver dollars which nobody
wants is so cggiegiously foolish a
proceeding, that it is impossible to
beliove that the people will long per
mit the public money to bo so waste
THE "DAILY BULLETIN" HANSARD.
The only full and oompleto report
of tho Legislative Proceedings of
tho Session 1886, is the Daiw Bur,
letin Ilansaid, It Is the work of
an accomplished stenographer who
has been highly complimented for
tho success of his undertakings. A
few copies left, whicii are to bo had
at J. II. Soper's News Agency,
Merchant street; T. G. Thrum's, or
at tho Daily Bulletin Office, Queen
Btrcet. Price 83.00 each.
Yokohama to Honolulu Direct
A VESSEL (STEAMEIl IF 8UF
ilclcnt Induccmont is offered) will
leavo Yokohama for Honolulu direct
about March noxt axd will take freight
nnd passengers at very low rates.
Laborers and others wishing to pre.
engugo passugo for their families or
friends may make arrangements with
tho undersigned. For froiuht or passage
01) Hpply to PAJJL BOIIM.
To Planters and Employers
THE UtfDEHSIGNED BEGS TO
Intimate that lip lias made arranger
incuts to tiring froth .Inpnn experienced
Indies' maids, housemaids, children's
musts, house and sublo hoys, garden,
crs, and general servants, agricultural
and general laborers, sallurF, etc.
The knowledge acquired by tho un.
dtrslgnid of tho Japanese dining his
stay of 1U years In Jupun enables htm to
select bultablo persons, which will give
satisfaction to their cmployors.
Persons wishing to avail themselves
of this opportunity to epcuro good ser
vants nnd laborers will pleaso cominuni
cata w llh tho utidertigned, who will call
atoinccHiuid privato homes, If doHrcd,
to L'lvo information and receive orders,
Tho undcislgncd has hud much ex.
pcrlcnco with tho laboring clauses of
Japan, and with his knovrledgo of tho
lauuuuge may bo ublo to glvo valuable
utlvlco to plantori nnd others. Ho Is
willing to vltlt plantations and mills on
the Islands. PAUL IJOI1M,
No. 128 Dcietauia Street, or No. 61
King Street Mutual Telephone 3C3.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE' and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Importer and Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OKOOKERY, GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
tST Store 'formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Sprcckcls k, Co.'a Bank, -t
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
CHANDELIERS A.TVI IAJMOPS
FrQin the very bes makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete festoclc ol" Good in Every XjIuc.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 05
The First and Only
Ever published in this Kingdom
Is Now Ready for Delivery
The DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE
Over 700 Pgaes with Index !
This is the Only Original, Correct and Complete Record,
in Book Form, of the Business and Debates of the Legisla
tive Assembly of 1886.
The Book consists of Revised and Corrected Re-prints of
the Reports, published from day to day, throughout the
Session, in the Bulletin.
THE BULLETIN REPORTS
Have been Strictly Impartial, and have contained during
tho greater part of t)ie sesspn ' ' '
PHONOGRAPHIC VERBATIM REPORTS
Of fho rinqpal Speeches deljvcred jn the House.
Tlie .Appropriation. Bill
Also appears In full, promulgated By Authority, on
Saturday, tho 28rd October.
DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE,
J. H. SOPER'S and T. G. THRUM'S.
Only Hansard is to be
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wvnTUCP &UWW- itt
LEADS THEM ALL!
Your wives and children will roloe,-, ,, ,&
Having found the Sampler Cigar .Vour" choice.
" . rf
I . .IlnYf
ENGELBBEOHT, SON 00.,
21 PiratSiteet,8.F, "r8fl
For sale Everywhere;
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur-
BOOTS & SHOES
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Ileal
Order left at Office, with N.P.'Berl
gesa, $4 King Street, yri be'prdm'ptly
atteuded to. 09lr
S. M, CARTER,
Hna on hand for xale, In quantltiea
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard aud Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Orders are hereby solicited and vrlll
bo delivered at any locality within the
No. 8Q KINCJ STREET.
Both Telephones, 187. U
Health is Wealth!
Dn. E. P. West's Hebtu amd tikuit tfouv
MHfT, RUhrontecd snecllio for Hysteria, T DUxi.
Spsi. CqpruJJloas. PiU, MoiToni Neuralgia,
ooclacho, Nervous Prostration, caod bjr the dm
o( alcohol or fobaocq, Wakefulness, MonUl De
pression, Sqttomng of the Brain, resulting in in
eanltir and leading to misery, deatf and doathj
Prematura Old Aio, Barrenness, Loss of Power
in oitl)or so J, Involuntary lxuosnd Bnermator.
rhcea. oansod DvoTorixerlirin nfiiiAkrftln.aalf.
abuse, or pyor-lnduliroqce, fiaeb box contains
one month's treatment. $1.0a. box, or sll boxes
for $5.00, santby malt prepaid on raeoTpt ot price.
WK UIIAKANTGE HEX SOXE8
To ours any case. With oooh order roothred by us
for six boxes, accompanied witu 5,00, vr -wUI
send tho purchaser our vrrlttou guarantee to re.
fnnd tho moiey if tho trentmont does not effect
a euro. Ciuaxuntoes issued only by
Hoxcis'iasn fe co.;
OT! will iMTlttntmr4f sir cMrUnrClth
muhi cart yah Wtift V.fiUbU Llnr Wit, k.o Ux iiHZ
lloisn ttiicUy compile wiu. Ttwysn nttly ttnublt.sM
Mwtoll.tWtull.UtUM. fuctrCwUl. UritUiH.tca.
I0IIN O, WEST CO, HI III w. Mtdlm tCoktSJi.
Vm bW Htbit ml l unl prqwU n-l,t it s I cwUmm
llolllstor te Co.,
80 Cm Wholesale aud Retail Agents
vrrrmn twin vr!-. ' m
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