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SATURDAY. MAY 21. 1887.
ENGLAND'S CONSTITUTION AND
The Constitutional Monarchical
Government of Great Britain is gen
erally conceded to be tho freest and
most popular monarchical govern
ment extant, for which reason it is
usually pointed to as an example for
others to imitate. It is not pre
tended that the British form of gov
ernment is faultless, nor contended
that wisdom dictates its adoption by
any other nation in its entirety.
Taken as n whole, it is ahead of
every other government of the same
class. It is, without any exception
whatever, the most popular govern
ment known, m the sense of being
the most fully and directly under
the control of the people. In this
the Knglishmnu has the advantage
of his American cousin. The Brit
ish people have tho power, conferred
by their constitution, to unseat, by
the -vote of their representatives,
the Queen's Cabinet, any day while
the Parliament is in session, and
they can upset cabinet after cabi
net in the same way, without limit,
if so inclined.
The nominal head of tho govern
ment, who is only a figurehead and
nothing more, is the. Queen. The
real, active, responsible head is the
Prime Minister. The nominal head
is hereditary. By an antiquated
form of speech still letaiucd, but
which all enlightened Englishmen of
the present day simply regard as a
meaningless form, she is said to be
Hovercign "by the grace of God:"
virtually she is so by the will nnd
favor of tho people. The real head,
the Prime Minister, is nominally up
pointed by the Queen, but really by
the people, thiough their delegates
in Parliament assembled, and lie
holds oflicc during their plcasutc;
inasmuch as they have the power
aforesaid to reject without notice
any Prime Minister and Cabinet
that may bo appointed.
The Queen's personal likes and
dislikes piny no part in the appoint
ment. Tako an illustration : Lord
Bcacouslleld, the Conservative leader
and Prime Minister, was tho Queen's
favorite whom she delighted to
honor. On an appeal to tho people,
Deaconsfield was rejected, and his
sovereign was reluctantly compelled
to part company with her personal
choice. W. E. Gladstone, the leader
of tho Liberals, whom the Queen so
strougly disliked that she declined
to invito tho old gentleman to her
daughter's wedding, was chosen by
tho people. Her Gracious Majesty
was unwillingly compelled to accept
Gladstono as her Prime Minister, in
place of her rejected favorite.
JWUJIJLi''MfU.U.I ' LUJttW U"UJJi It'lUrt eY"i i '
The Queen, the British sovereign,
is no partizan. She is neither Lib
eral nor Conservative, but is on
equally friendly terms with each.
Personally and piivntely alio may lie
either. She is no politician, and
keeps unspotted from elections. Her
great function is to ieijii, never to
rule. She acts in her olllcial capa
city, by and according to tho ad
vice of her Ministers. The respon
sibility is theirs ; none whatever at
taches to her; and they are directly
answerable to the people. She is
not, as has been asserted by some,
above thu law ; but is as amenable
thereto as her poorest subject.
The Queen of England is the most
popular (in the common acceptation
of the word) and the most beloved
woman in the icalin, partly because
she is a truly good woman, and
partly because she never forgets
that her duty is to reign and not to
rule. The British sovereign would
soon destioy her popularity and en
danger her throne by attempting to
iiilu. The British people are
supremo and they are loyal ; but
their loyalty will cease the moment
their supremacy is encroached upon
by nny crowned licael, whether
queen or king. Rest assured, no
man or woman of common sense
whoever mounts thc,thronc of Great
Britain will ever try it on. The
past has taught valuable lessons,
and none but a fool would ever at
tempt to regain the power of des
potisms gone by.
The English people arc a free,
self-governing people. The Irish,
by the aid of their English brethren,
will soon be placed on tho same
footing. Every part of the ast
empire will, ere long, acquire com
mon privileges. The united empire
may have a long line otreiijninfj
sovcieigns, but nruliuy sovereign it
will never accept.
The foregoing points in tho Brit
ish method of constitutional govern
ment have been here briefly outlined
because many of our leaders, even
among American citizens and Brit
ish subjects, seem to be sadly at sea
respecting these features of English
HAWAII'S CONSTITUTION AND KING.
Hawaii has a constitutional form
of government. That is, in the
sense of possessing a written consti
tution, which isthc-fundamcntal law
of the land, and in accordance with
which the Government is supposed
to be conducted. The document
itself is very loosely drawn, and
rather ambiguously worded. It is
one of those Act3 through which a
coach-and-six can be safely diiven
by a cateless driver. Its gnbiguity
allows ample scope for interpretation
to suit the taste. Unlike the un
written English constitution, which
is simply a collection of precedents
and usages, in which the recent
always take precedence of the moie
remote, it is not held in prc-cmincut
vcneiation by the Government. The
sovereign's rights are defined with
moderate clearness, and his special
privileges pi ctty well protected. His
duties arc rather vague. On one
especial point the people's side is
set forth with surprising distinctness
they may think what they please,
and say or write a considerable pro
poition of the same. The sovereign
is a greater autocrat and the people
a smaller power than in the English
Practically and in fact, the King
is the controlling head of the Gov
ernment. He rules, and is not con
tent with merely reiijniny. lie is
therefore the responsible head of the
Government, a fact which tho Bul
letin is very reluctantly forced to
admit, preferring rather, as it has
invariably done under the present
editorship, to place all responsibility
on Cabinet Ministers.
In Hawaii tiic real head of the
Government, which is the sovereign,
is not exactly hereditary. The
sovereign has the right, subject to
ceitain specified conditions, to ap
point ids successor. Failing to
exercise the privilege, tho legislative
body makes tho appointment, a
majority vote being decisive. The
present sovereign was thus elected
by the Legislature, tho major por
tion of which represents the people.
So that if there is any "Grnco of
God" in this arrangement, it was
cxeicised by the legislators, which,
considering the rather ungodly pro
clivities of some of those gentlemen
of that time, is a somewhat doubtful
circumstance. Tho "grnco of tho
people" having placed the king on
the throne, it was reasonable to ex
pect that he would endeavor to
satisfy their wish as far as possible.
Tho Prime Minister and all tho
other ministers arc appointed by tho
Li' LiJIf JlW i'.U.1 iHHf ''-U. 1 1 JiCU-l1 .-''' '
King, without any reference what
ever to tho people's views and pre
ferences. They have no voico in the
matter. The Ministers aro simply
the King's tools, to do what he
diiccts, and he may kick them out
at a moment's notice, and without
any thought of the public wish or
welfaie. They hold olllce during
his pleasure, and it is only by sub
servient obedience that they manage
to retain their place. The King's
peisonal likes and dislikes are para
mount in the appointments to Cab
inet positions. If he so wish ho
can make the greatest muff and the
lowest scoundu'l in the countiy his
Prime Minister, while brains,
ability, and spotless integrity arc
forever debai red. The people have
nothing to do with it.
The King is a partian; lie is
allied to a particular party ; he is a
politician. Not merely privately,
but oncnlv and publicly, lie takes
part in elections, and that without
concealment. Ho is not bound by
the advice of his Ministers, and is
not always governed in his olllcial
acts by their direction, but acts for
himself. The responsibility therefore
atta'ches to him, and he is directly
answerable to the people who pio
vidu for his salary.
The King might have been tho
most popular and the most beloved
man in tho realm. Possessed of an
even temper, an extremely good
nature, and pleasing manners, lie
might have been held in universal
esteem, admiration, and affection
by the whole community. His
popularity has been impaired by his
piopensity to rule. If ho had re
stricted himself to reigning, it would
have been otherwise. The people's
rights have been infringed upon by
interference in elections and legis
lation, and they do not like it. They
even say, and they mean it, too,
that they, will not stand it for ever.
Their loyalty is shaken by their do
main being encroached upon. It
would be well if the King would
lake timely warning, and learn wis
dom betimes. 'Tis madness to
Tho picceding sketch has been
written to show the difference be
tween the British and the Hawaiian
monarchies, and with tho best inten
tions. There has been no endeavor
or wish to say unkind things. The
truth has been slated in a mild
manner, with the fervent desire that
the Hawaiian King may be led to
imitate the British Queen, for his
own sake and the sake of his people.
. HOW NOT TO DO IT. .
"I low not to do it," scums to be
the policy of the Minister of the
Interior witli reference to repairing
the roads, and putting llicm in a
passable condition. The legislature
has voted the money necessary, and
the money for the purpose lies hoiiic
wherc useless so far as the public
good goes. But the question is, has
that mono)' been expended in any
other way? Tho Kaimiloa lias been
bought, llttcd out with guns ami
gold lace, and at last despatched on
a doubtful mission. On tho prin
ciple of "No use crying over spilt
millc," it is probably useless to make
any fuithcr complaints in that direc
tion at the present time.
Let us turn to the lite district for
a moment, and wo Unci thatpropcity
holders aic losing money daily, with
no hope of lediess, largely owing to
the Government not having carried
out their pait of the contract. For
instance, a man has some property
on King street near the bridge. Ue
forc erecting buildings, hu had to
comply with certain rules and regu
lations in regard to grading, eleva
tion etc., with thu distinct under
standing that on tho completion of
his tenements the road would bo
graded to suit them. Finding this was
not done at once, he builds an eleva
ted wooden sidewalk, w ith steps at
either end leading up to (lie level of
his lloor. A year or more has passed
and nothing haa been done by tho
authorities to tho road, consequently
his shops remain untenanted. No
body caies, to climb up a ten-foot
laddci to make a purchase, when the
samo can bo donu on tho road level.
The property owner is not only
minus his rent, but ho has to pay
interest on money burrowed to put
up the buildings. Ho is nu injured
man of the worst kind, and mostly
owing to the iiielllciency of the Exe
cutive Notwithstanding tho surveys made
immediately after thu flic, and tho
admirable plans that were nt that
time drawn up under the direction
of thu then Minister of thu Intciior,
widened sticcts aro noxt to impassa
ble, while the elevated and in some
places Bunken sidewalks arc daugcr-
i..jVi.,i .i un
our to llfo nnd lltrib, Probably tho
Minister of the Interior is not per
sonally aware of tho existing
stale of affairs in the locality wo
refer to, but in order that ho may
become thoroughly acquainted with
the tips and downs of Chinatown,
wo would respectfully suggest that
he devote an hour or two to a per
sonal inspection of what ought to be
a respectable portion of the city of
TUB Fl'NERALof tliti Imp Mrs (
.). IIAHDKE. will t:iKu plncc fiom
tin- residence. Mm Cruc (her sitter)
corner of Kiniui and Alupii SK
To-Morrow, Sunday, at 'J p. m.
Friends nnd ncepialntniirctnro re'pict
fully invited to attend.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the thing to imiko buckets of
when cmplj. For silo by
A. W. PIERCE&CO.
Firewood at Auction.
On Monday, May 23rd,
At 12 noon, nt our sales room, (Juccn St.
wo will sell at public auction,
The wood can bo cen on tho Etpln.
nnde, near Kimiu wharf, also at Sales
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
.11 2t Auctioneers.
Brltisli BeiiBvolBiit Society
The Annual looting
Of the British Benevolent Society
will he held at tho Booms of
the British Club,
On Monday, May 23
At 7:33 o'clock p. m.
.IAS. A. KENNEDY,
A FURNISHED BOOM IX A TBI.
vato family bv a gentleman. Be
ferenccs if dciicl. Address "A. O." tins
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
(Irc'sinnker, looently n I ill tied
from Purls, has her drcs.iunl;ing iooin
still on L'mma stieet, above the s-qunro.
33v " IIci-ouliH."
in 10 gallon dunn",
Jut the thing for Ph.ututlnn ue.
Boiled Linseed Oil!
in 0 gallon Patent Djiiin.
Bon Machinery Oil
in (J gallon Patent Driiim.
Btzi" These drum", when em, tlul, are
convertible into liiickcU.
t5J"For sale at Lowest rales nt
F. A, Schaefer & Co's.
Haling secured thu
of tin so It-lauJs for thu
Perfection Stamping Outfit Co.
All orders tin sumo will be filled on a
rival of sieuiner Australia, May31, 1887
Parties who have alieudy oidnuil will
please cull lo same at my stoie.
J. H. SOPER,
38 lw lid Merchant stieet.
BY A L'ADY, AS HOHSEKEEI'KK
or nurse in a private family. IMain
bowing, tic. For i artlculn upi W to
!.7 1w ,J, B. BUOWN itaOO
VALLEY BO.V1) SOMK.
-N TH 10
'hero ileal Mr. .1. S. Walku 's
gate, a gold ring three rubles enciie'ed
with seed pom Ih, the name Mnrguict
N'hoeer will brlnp the fiuno to Mr.
Wnteiliotifco's i-tojo will receive llyocnl.
bus icwaiil. 35 Jv
HP11E FOLLOWING: CHANGE HAS
X taken plaro in Iho Copartnership
of IV- ILDanlcU nnd Company onViil.
liiltu, Maui: V- H. Ciimmlngs has pur
chased tho interest of W. B. Ivcanu in
euld cnpurtnciidiip its property and hush
Tho linn now coutists of W. II. Daniels
and W. 11. Cuiiimlngs.
AY. II. DANIELS & Co.
Honolulu, May 13 18W. 35 Sw
j"t. ' a i' i" ".:,;- 'Wi iilWnH"1) Sil9 Wf
MR. ML. J. H.AJE8,rJ7,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Hit i vim tiu.l from Shu Krnn i co, anil having
St'cui'Ml llus mm vif.es of a First-Class Puslry Coolr,
which enables the ' Elite," more than ever, to make a
Sunorlor quality of nil kinds of Ice Cream, Sherbets,
Water Ice i, &
Our Knury CiiUch are the Pride of Hntiolnlu,
And wo huko ceiy diy Lndy Finger?, Macaroons, Drop Cakes, Coco Dlp, and
"ninny othi'i I; I nits t)o numerous to mention,
Spo!iii'. Pound. Fruit and .lolly CiiUch nhvajM on linnd,
or Hindu In onler on frhort notice, In nny style.
A line Hue of Choice Candles nhvays in slock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public luWtcd to Inspo t our slock nnd store, which is now in line older.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
HAHT & STEINBR, Proprietors,
Mutual T ele. iiES Iff' Open dnllv until 11 p. m.-a Bell Tele. 182.
!!" 1 in
Hell Tel. .UN. Miltiinl Tel. 1U.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Lot or Lcaso in delight
ful locations, w'ithin eiiy rencti of iho
business pnrt of tho city, with atennmo.
dullons suited to any icquiruncnt und
on most favorable terms.
Three Lodging Establishments lor Sale
nil paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Corner," at Nuii'inu and
Quien Street", for sale ono of the lu-t
business stands in tho city.
Three Pieces ol Real Eslalo in this dis
trict, ouhldo of tho city, lor sale or
To Lot Two pottages ple'isunlly situated
on thu Hank if I'm olibowl Hill, In
wnuW MaUIki, nno mile fiom the 1
O ; dcpglilfiil nceouiliioriutlons for
To Lot A cottage with lurgcynrd room
and stable aicoinuiodntlou lor a mini,
For Salo or Lease. Lot 1DI ft. by im ft.
Biisteily corner rf Foil una fccliool
streets. Wntcr hid an. Title peifeet.
Oucof the llnest beilding sitei in the
Leaso ol Fish Pond (or Gale A rare op.
portunity h now nlluiul to secure a
long lease of nun of thu mrst prntlta
lilu fish ponds in ihh iIIhiiIi i Alargo
.i..1.ii- lino lnti.ll h.ti II 111. nil. fnv till.
pi eminent?, and' the proper!) Is In line
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled OpiiortunltlcH for lirolH
Full pirticiilais ghen upon nppllcn.
tlon at the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as hoin-ekei per or nui.se
by a white lady, of experience in both
rnpi(llI(H Would ti'-epi -i position
ii n liidiiH' t'ineling u 'inpiiiltin and
l''irl-class Hook-keepers, Carpenter,
StcMiiid-., Conk-, Nur-iis nnd other
skill (t labor ih'-trin ir i iiiplnwnen!.
Family k Plantation Use!
FOB SALB 1Y
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Having s-old my Espreis Busi
noss and good.will to Mr. M. N.
Sinders.nn ni count of intended
dep.irluie f .mi tlm KiiiLilom,
1 lieu by uipuht all clulus
against me lo In) piotcutcd by
the 1C b of May, and all bills
owing mo to lm paid by the 1st
'2(1 2w F. 11. OEDINCc.
For Salo or Lonso.
rriHOSK I'HEMlSBi SITUATKD ON
X l'u inliou Street culled "Kiu.iiuilti.
lilu," the piopeity nf 0. II. Juild, lire for
tnlo or for lease lor a term of years.
Fc r p.utlculnrs inipiiro of
Honolulu, Deo. 13, lfbO. U03
loom lit No. 4 Ciarilc.ii Lmi1
THE BOUSE AT I'HESENT
ne uplcd by Mr. Wood worth,
neiu tho (list brlduo, Nuuanii
Stieet. I'lHii-Hon can bitobliiliinl nfter
the 2M iiiil. Stable and pabiuiu land
adjoining tho house.
Al'o, oiim Cut tu up on ScliO'd Stieet.
Apply to. I. T -WATIJleHoUsT,
S'i3.v Qiuc.i Mictt.
AN INVALID 01IAIH, largo size.
Perfectly new. Finished In lino
stylo, with bopk rest and eommodo at
Vicluneiit. Address " X," this olllce
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 colums, $3 per unnuin.
'l'U.' UJIJ 1 1
Bell Tel. 112.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St-.
leal Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oder the following:
To Lot. Shop in new brick building on
King street, near Nuuiinu, next to
Chinese News Oo.'s oillces. Bent very
Rooms to Rent Furnished in tho best
To Let. A 5.roomcd Cottage, with Car.
li.igu lbnise nnd Outhouse", Nuuanu
Avenue, ncnr Government reservoir,
nbovo Into Queen Dowager Emma's
place, nlth nboiit 2 acres of land, 2)
miliM from tnwu. Bent $10 per month.
To Let. A fi.i oomed Cottn ge, with k lichen
aiiiichid; upper end of Nuuimu
Aeiiuc, opposite "Valley Home," in
excellent older. Enlh and water con
lenimccs. Hunt if If.
To Lot. a pleasantly sl'unlcd residence,
comprising two cottages, onllunso-",
etc., on 1'iiiioa roau,nenr i'uucliuowi
licit. Bent very low to meet the
To Lot Furnished Cottage; 5 looms;
good lociilltj ; gulden; 10 minutes'
wall: from 1'. O. Bent $33 per month.
House and Lot lor Sale Very desirable
icsidcnco on Beictuiiia Street. The
hou-o contains 4 Ikdroom, Parlor,
Dining-room, l'antiy, Kitchen and
Batlnoom, Mosquito pioof. Hmiso
new and well built.
Lot, 100 by
. linvinfT 11
100 feet with urivllcire cf
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Lease With immediate pos
session, thni valuable estate known us
the NUUANU VALLEY BANCH,
situated in the Xuunnii Valley. 2
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
thu most eligible silo for a milk or
milk nnd butler dairy in this Kingdom.
'I hu above splendid properly may bo
had on cny terms.
For Salo A splendid property of over 5
acres of land oft Llllha Street; un.
i i vailed iu a site lor a gentleman's
resldeneo. An early application nee
essurv to purchase, in n Hinglo lot. For
pniticulnrs apply to .I.E. Brown & Co.
Slluitions wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
!28 Merchant Street.
rpo THE CHEDITOBS OF THE
1 Filiate of .1. LYONS, a bankrupt,
The undersigned assignee of tho Es
tate of J. Lyons, a bankrupt, has prcnar
atory to his final account and and divi
dend, submitted his accounts us such
assignee mid llleel the hhiiio before Hon.
B. l'renton, .Tiistiro of tho Supremo
Court, nt his Chambers, to whom ho will
apply at 10 o'cloi k, a. m., on MONDAY,
tho I'tfrd day of May instant, for a settle
ment of sulci accounts, and for n ills
diirgo from nil liability as such as
signee and for an order to moko a final
And Hint any person Interested miy
then and theio appear nnd contest the
nunc. V, C PAUKE,
Afrslgneo of tho Estate of J Lyons.
Honolulu, May JO, 1887. 37 (it
Dry Goods !
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
!&i ONE OOOD SOUND
luiiuiy juarej pertectly
unfo to d-ivo by ladles
orolilldicn. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvertlbo in the Daily Bulletin.
VVK HAM FVA&TIKCO,
The new un.l fit o Al MclI do unship
Of tlie (lei utile tli iiiii hlpCt iiin ny r ,1
bo due al llmioliiiu I mm j(li.C)
ond Auckland on i i nl.oui
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave for the above port with
mulls and piiHngeia on or aimut Ihul
ror fiolght 01 pas'ace, hnving SIT
rEHlOB ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Stcmmhlp Company, will
he due at Honolulu from Sail
Francisco on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will have prompt db patch with
mulls nnd tmssengeiH fcr tho above port'.
For freight or parage, having hU.
PEIlIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted genuine, made of tho pure
juico only.nnd guarantee! to stand
Will not deteriorate in quality for nny
number of years. Large quantities ex
ported cvety eur, by wnne ot the lnrg.
est commercial firms of this city, to dif
ferent purts of tho United S ntes and
the German Empire.
MANUKACTUBED AT TIM'.
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
XSMtiilllHlioil In 1SU3.
Practical Confeclioner, Pastry Cook
Hotel, bet. Kuuanu nnd Fort H.
Both Telephones No. 74. Ot
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will iu future attend to tho wants of
my patrons in the Billiard Boom.
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages at all hours, dny and night.
P ndcllo Hortes, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts with stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
linnd Hncks, Open nnd Top Buggies,
Carts nud Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 32, or apply in
MILES & IIAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xiiuunu & Hotel Mtrcottf.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Cnrtlage Company has been re
cently orgniileel, mill guarantees to
liirni-h good ciiiivi'yiinrcf, tr'f-twtrthy
driven, unil will make no extortionate
All culU will bopiotnptly attended to.
Cottn ire to Rent
ND FURNITURE FOR SALE,
. Low lent: furniture nt a bargain.'
It'll f riirt t lit 111 hu n.iiiiitfni J 1.. A XI .. '
Agent, Merchant Mrcc). 27 tf f
for salei :
ONE LARGE I 01'. con er Pcnsncola
and Lumilllo Ms. which run ho
dlvldiu into two 01 tnor) building lots,
hiuuionf G. WliST,
" Of West. Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN I
THE undersigned have Slxly Tho'us.
and Dollars to loan, in sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
1MW CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
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