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Will have charge of the delivcry'of the
Bulletin Officii, May 2, 1887.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party.
But etUblltheil tor the boncfit of all.
MONDAY. MAY 23. 1887.
THE PEOPLE'S POSITION AND
Having, in our hist issue, outlined
the King's position and procedure,
we come now to treat of the people's
position and demands.
A stage lias arrived in the history
of tho advanced nations of the
world when kings, queens, or sover
eigns of any title are no longer re
garded as tho owners and masters of
the people, with the latter merely
existing for the benefit of, and to lie
enslaved, lashed, and lorded over
by, the former and their minions.
In fact, the relative positions of the
two parties have been lo a large ex
tent reversed, and the people are
sovereign, with their chiefs, whether
hereditary or chosen for the time
being, their salaried subordinates,
entrusted with responsible functions
for the general good. The change
has come slowly, and is gradually
assuming completeness. Of Kuropean
countries, Kngland, France, and
Italy take the lead. In the United
States of America the question has
been delinitely, fully, and',llnally
settled, and is clearly understood by
every citizen of the great Republic.
The ruling families and their bene
ficiaries have been naturally averse
to the change, and slow to realise
the inevitable. So stubborn has been
the resistance by the royalty of
France and England, that the people
of those countries have found it
necessary to decapitate a few of
those gentlemen, to secure their sub
mission and teacli the rest of the
fraternity their proper places. In
spired by the improved condition of
the populace of other countries, and
aroused to a sense of their own de
gradation und the tyranny of their
rulers, the Russian people, who arc
virtually slaves, have demanded
liberty and the control of govern
ment. What has been tho effect of
refusal? The people are driven to
desperation, excited passion rules
the judgment, and extreme measures
arc resorted to. One emperor has been
blown to atoms, and his successor
has recently escaped the same fate
by the skin of his teeth. Ultimately
the people will conquer and become
sovereign in Russia, as thoypnow are
in other countries heforo named.
In the dark and cruel agqs of the
past, kings were despots and tyrants,
and tho people were their serfs who
tremblingly obeyed their bidding.
The descendants of those despots
and tyrants, who have come down
to our times, believe themselves
entitled to rulo by right of inherit
ance. The people in some instances
have taken special pains to instruct
I hem that tho belief is rather super
stitious and heathenish, mid that
thero i9 a moral and natural right
which takes precedence of legal
right, accompanying the instruction
by a gentle caution that if thoso
gentlemen neglected their own legiti
mate duty and meddled with the
affairs of their subjects, they would
probably get their walking ticket by
the first mail. In some enscs where
thu instruction has been disregarded
and the caution ignored, the people
have considered a change of dynasty
expedient, and forthwith made the
change accordingly. The "Divine
right" theory has not proved the in
surmountable obstacle on such occa
sions that one would suppose, were
It really believed to be a "divine
Coming to Hawaii, we llnd a small
kingdom in mid-ocean, recently ad
mitted into the family of nations,
with many of the institutions of
Western civilization planted on her
soil, and a government somewhat
analogous to that of some older
countries. Tracing back her history
to savage times, we discover that
she, too, was ruled by a privileged
class, whose serfs the people were.
The white man lias been instru
mental in bringing about a great
change, setting the people free, and
establishing a limited monarchical
The conllicting claims of heredi
tary chiefs have not been, as in
many other countries, a cause of
dilllculty and disquiet. When the
last Kamehameha died, the kingdom
was without a king, and no one was
left in the regular line of succes
sion. Prince Lunalilo issued a pro
clamation to the people all over the
islands, in response to which they
almost unanimously declared that he
should be their king. The Legisla
ture met, and elected him accord
ingly. When Lunalilo died, ho left
no successor, and again there was
no king. The Legislature met again,
and elected the present sovereign,
David Kalakaua. Kinmn, the wife
of a former king, deceased, was a
candidate for the throne, and she
was the favorite of the native peo
ple. Rut the legislative body was
skilfully manipulated by some of its
white members, who succeeded in
securing the election of Kalakaua,
with about a half dozen dissenting
votes. The demoniacal riot by the
disappointed -and enraged natives
that followed was quelled only by
the sight of American and British
So the present king of the Ha
waiian Islands is not king by rigid
of inheritance, but by vote of the
Legislature, secured by the white
man's management, againt the native
wish. Of the two candidates, the
one elected was thought by the
majority of foreigners resident to lie
the most lit and proper. The people
of the country, who represent its
ogriculture, its commerce, its indus
tries, its enterprise, its progress, and
its wealth, who pay the hulk of the
taxes for the support of its govern
ment, arc the people who put the
king on the tfiron'e. He was their
choice, and they elevated him to his
responsible position, hoping and be
lieving that he would reign wisely
and well. They intended that he
should bo the country's llrst gentle
man and at the samo time tho ser
vant of the people, drawing his
means of subsistence from them, in
everything consulting their interest,,
governing by his ministers, who
alone should be responsible, and
always keeping his own hands off.
It is a public and palpablo fact
that a reign which began full of pro
mise, has been oxtromelj' disappoint
ing in its later periods. From the
very commencement the King has
had the great misfortune to have
around him in his private seclusion
and as private advisers, men without
principle or patriotism, caring for
nothing and nobody but number
one, and lo these he has given a
willing car, and entrenched himself
against the approach of men of
honor and character, who would
have advised him wisely. Plotting
and designing scoundrels have im
posed upoH his good nature, and
they are chargeable with much of
what has followed.
Blunder after blunder has been
committed, and act after act has
been (loin; detrimental to thu public
inteicst and contrary to tho voice of
tho people. The elections have been
cntercfered with and the people in
fluenced in the exercise of tho fran
chise. Ministers obnoxious and'hii
niical to tho people whoso money
pays for thu government have been
placed in olllce. Injurious laws
have been passed and signed against
the united protest of all decent
people, nnd beneficial legislation has
been denied tho roj-nl signature.
The Legislative body has ceased to
represent tho people. Tho majority
of its members are under Palaco
control and direction, mid dare not
voto according to iheirbwn convic
tions, if they have nny. These are
the men, not the people's lepresen
tntlves, but the King's vassals, who
vote the public revenue for purposes
of folly and vanity, which a set
gf subservient tools, called respon
sible Ministers, spend in a way
which their own sense of light re
volts against, to the neglect of the
necessary services for which the
people supposed they were paying
The people have endured the mis
management, extravagance, waste,
and profligacy with wonderful pati
ence. They have seen their sover
eign come down from his throne and
wallow in tho muddy pools of cor
rupt politics, against which they
have entered a mild protest, and
there rested. Their money, placed
in the public; chest to be used for
the common good, has been squan
dered right before their eyes. They
have been treated witli insolence and
contumely by the Legislature and
thu Ministry, and impeitincntly told
more than once that it is none of
their business how the affairs of the
country arc conducted. They have
felt the insult, but tamely submitted
like a lot of gentle lambs, as they
are, until matters have reached a
stage where calm entftiraneo ceases
to be a virtue. Their patience is
exhausted : they can grin aud bear
it no longer.
The people, aroused to a sense of
their wrongs, have resolved to assert
their sovereignty. They demand that
their rights be respected, and the
affairs of the country administered
for the general good. Their de
mand is respectful, but firm and
determined. They arc in no humor
to be trilled with. They know their
rights, and are resolved to have
them. They want no more. Like
the old man in the story, they spoke
kind words, nnd were laughed at;
they threw tufts of grass, with a
similar result; they are now pre
pared to try what virtue there is in
A CEHEROUS TESTIMONIAL.
On Saturday last, Mr. W. O. At
water handed to Mr. and Airs.
Criizan a draft on San Francisco for
81,0.")."), as "a testimonial of appre
ciation of their work in Honolulu."
The following note accompanied the
Honolulu, May 21, 1887.
Mu. and Mus. (JituzAN JJettr
Friends: I havo the honor to pre
sent to you herewith a little testimo
nial of the appreciation of a few of
your friends. I do not know of
anything that-has given me .so much
pleasuie. That "Old Hook" from
which you so often quote, tells us
"that it is more blessed to give than
to receive," and I am sure that it is
quite true, for those who have con
tributed for this object have done so
freely and gladly, muny of them
saying that they would willingly
double the amount if you could be
induced to stay. You will indeed
be missed from among us: there
will be a vacant place. May God
bless you and yours is tho earnest
Your sincere fiiend,
W.m. (). Atwatkis.
To which Mr. and Mrs. Cru.an
have made the following acknow
ledgment: Honolulu, May 2!1, 1887.
Mil. W. (). Atwatku J)cnv
Friend: Wo cannot llnd words to
fitly express our Appreciation of the
unexpected and munificent testimo
nial from our friends, received
through you on Saturday. Know
ing as we did, the large-hearted
generosity of the people of Hono
lulu, perhaps we ought not to have
been surprised : we are not sur
prised at the generosity of the peo
ple, but that they should have
thought so kindly ot us. We value
the testimonial for its intrinsic worth
but we value far higher the love and
friendship which prompted it. The
gold coin we shall find very useful,
but tho love and tho friendship is
Wo shall llnd it very hard lo
leave Honolulu. We have during
the past six years, as Shakspearo
puts it, become "grappled with
hoops of steel" to true and tiied
friends. To break such bonds is no
easy thing to do.
Permit us to express to you, and
through you to all thu dear friends
who joined in this testimonial our
hem t felt thanks. We pray (iod's
blessing to abide upon you all, and
upon Fort-street Chinch, and that
lie may speedily send you a pastor
and his wife, who will be more
worthy ol your generous thought
and- love than wo have been.
Yours with regard,
il. A. C'ltUZAK,
U. A. J. Cltl'.AN.
A CREAM COLORED MARK, maim
cm short, ai.d luamled n, Finder
will be suitably rownrduil by returning
tame to this oUlce, -13 tf
Court has adjourned and those
who camn from Honolulu to attend
its session will all letum by tho
Kinau. Business went oll'in as entit,
factory a manner as such business
Messrs. Trenton and Wall of thu U.
S. CJcodedic and the Hawaiian Sur
veys have left their camp on Halai
hill. Tho weather was very unfavor
able, but they managed by patient
waiting aud close watching to get
observations which will determine
tho latitude of their place of observa
tion with great accuracy.
II ilo follows close upon Ilamakua
in the matter of organizing a rillu
club. At a meeting last Saturday
evening n set of by-lawn were adopt
ed, ami an organization was e Heeled.
The 11 ilo Rifle Club will Unit with a
membership of nbout foil v. Mnjqr
Raker, J). II. Hitchcock anil (!. N.
Arnold ate .among the prominent
movers in tho matter.
A movement is also on fool for
putting mountain trout into the Wai
ltiku and other sticiims in (lie
vicinity. Hilo is a gieat place for
fun, and the fun of trout fishing
just think of it I It is to bo hoped
that the enterpiiso will mieeeed.
The Julia Foard set nsiil for San
Francisco on Siituiduy with tho big
gest enrgo of sugar that over wont
out of Hilo harbor. Sugar, of course,
was the hulk of her load. It alone
was valued at $70,000; and some
people put a much higher value yet
upon that part of her load which she
earned in her cabin. Winds being
unfavorable the vessel was obliged to
put back, but she. got oil' all right on
Sunday. Hilo begins to need a good
'fhe weather was quite rainy last
week hut it has been line thus far
Hilo, May 10th.
rpilE FUNEtiAL nf thu lalu Vtis
1 ADKLA1DK AJIELlA KALANl
NUIKHEI-AMOKIT LAZAHUS will
lake place fioin her late chlencc, 123
Bcreimihi street, on
Friday, May 27tli, at 1 :30 p.m.
Friends and acquaintances arc re-piet-fully
Invited to attend. t'J -ft
li HI I HWI'imiliWIi I i i v&BXMrzsm
i MAS lEH MECHANIC willing lo
Ix. apprentice an intelligent Porta,
gucse boy of 10, will find one who speaks
English, at.d has been through thu ele
mentary school course, by applying at
this tflke. 4!! lw
1 PLANTATION LA.HOHKK-',
and other el isscs of help
furnished piomptly by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
2i Met chant street
On account of tho picv.ilencu in
I he United States ot Ann rica of I In
disease " Contagious l'leiini.pu mi.
nionia of Cattle," notice I heieby
given that all r title arriving la this
Kingdom from any put or the
ii Ik VLMiientloiiod country, iil lie
liable to a Quarantine of not less
than Ifino'y (90) Days, and pnwi.
lily for a longer poried, ncronltng
to'secllon IV Chapter XXIX (.f the
Ruvl.cd Liwi ol 1831.
Hy order of tho Hoard of I n fit.
ois of Animal-.
t!' Kvecuilvi liivpio'iu.
Dew Drop Inn,
Cur. King &. Nuuanu Sts.
Will bo Oponed this Evening.
Tiio finest and lust brands of
ALES, WINES AND SPIRITS
Kept on hand
On S.iimd'iy, .May 28, f.-ee drinks will
le given tiom 11 a.m. loll pin.
ZW All kinds of 'Temperance Drinks.
a. k. phlukaluiii,
fit lw Proprietor.
British BenBYQlent Society
Of Iho Hrltirdi Dencvohnl Soolety
will h held a thu Wooiu-. ( I'
the H'rltMi Club,
On Monday, May 23
2VI I ;.! I If UlllUK Jl, III, -A
.IAS. A. KKNNKDY,
A . r-.-i i ..,.!.. 1. .. ...
rpill3 FOLLOW 1NU CHANGE HAS
.1 taken place ih thu Copartnership
of YV. II. Daniels and Company of Wai.
lukii, Maui; W. 11. Cummmgs has pur.
oluiM'd the interest, of YV. H. Krnnii In
mid copartnership its property nnd hush
The llim now consists of W. II. DanliW
and WML Ciiminingfl.
Honolulu, M'y1:1 : Mi 2w
IF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advuiUo iu tho Daily ilULLLiip.
Tk Annual Meeting
B LOOK !
BIR. II. 3. HART,
Elite ice Cream Parlors,
II.is iclurnel from San Frnn I co, an I having
Svctm tl Ihu MMviet'H of a First-Class Pnslry Cookj
hleli I'tii.o'is the "Elite," n ote than ever, to make n
Superior quality of nil kin d of Ico Cream, SherbctB,
Water lets, &
Our I'nney ilnlten are thu I'rlitc of Honolulu,
.'nil c bake evciy liny l.ndy Fingers, Macaroons, Drop Cakes, Coco Dips, aud
many other kimls to numerous in mention.
Spongi', I'oimd. Fruit und Jolly Cnkcn nlwnyH on hand,
or niuili lo older on shoit notice, In any style.
A line line of Choice Candles always in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public l hulled lo inspect our stock and store, which Is now in flue order.
Tho Elito loo Orotiiu Parlors,
HART & STEINEK, Proprietors,
Mutual T ele. fT8 t3f'Open tlallv until 11 p. m.-n Hell Tele. 182.
iii'ilTci. :mh. alumni Tel. ia.
Gmri Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Let or Leaso in delight
fill location, wlililn eu-y reaen of the
business part of tho city, with aiointno.
datlons suited to any Vequiriincnt and
on most favorable, terms.
Thrco Lodging Establishments (or Sale
all paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Corner," at Xiiuinu ami
Queen Stiect. for sale one of the best
liiislue- stands in tho city.
Thrco Piccos ol Real Estato in this dis
trle', outride of thu illy, for sale or
To Lot Tun rutin c,is pl('iutiilv situated
on the flank if l'u e'lb l If ill, to
ward' MnMkt, nnu uiile f oui the P.
O ; d 1 ghiful aeuouiinoinilitiie) for
To Let A eottniro with Inre yard loom
and "table arroininodutioii for a num
ber of horses-.
For Salo or Lease. l.ni ill! ft. ly iifi ft,
Eustcily coriiur of l-'o i ami !-Yliool
streets. Water I ihl or. Title put lect.
One of thu finest bcildiiij,' silo in thu
Leaso of Fish Pond (or Sale. A rnro op
poituiiiiy is now olTuriil to i-eouruii
hinjr leiir-e of one f tho mist prollta
h'e fish pom s In ihi dN'ilU A large
ojilayhas latelvheui Hindu for lm-
ptnveliienl, and the piopurly Is in line j
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
I'lirlvnlled OiiportunltleH I'm- prollt-
Kill! particulars given upon appllea.
t.lon ut thu Afjeuey.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Ilonolulu.
Situation Wanted a houwkeiper or mil so
by a white lady, of lAjuM'teno. in both
ii'ipie.liie, Would i e -npi i position
a n holies' t'lueliuir u iep ininii and
I' r-t-ela3" HonU-kcepcrs, Carpenter',
.! iTiN. Cooks, Kirr c- nml other
i-killul labor dcslrliit: inplov ment.
AMIUK I'lilUNlMlKl) FRONT
ilium i-t X". t dtl'ileii Line. 0f
10x " lllM'lMlWfN."
in 10 gallon drum'-,
Tiut the thing for Phintiillou me.
Boiled Linseed Oil!
in iJ gallon PaleiirUruins.
Bon Machinery Oil
in I! gallon Patuit Dniim.
CKif 1 hen- ilium, when eni,tiid, are
convertible into b iekct-.
ISSTFor sale at Lowest rato-i at
F. A. Schaofor & Co's,
liming j-ceurcd tho
of Ihisu lslau Is for thu
Perfection Stamping Outfit Co.
All orders for sniiio will be filled on ar
rival of hti-aniur Austialiii, May ill, 1887.
rallies wiio have already oidcred will
pleave nail for samu at my stoic.
J, H. SOPER,
!.'ll Merchant street.
:tH l w
Hiving Mild my Express Itchi
ness mid goo,!. '.v ill lo Mr M. N.
Sanders, on account of intended
deparline from the ICIni ilom,
I hereby rupiist till eli.io.s
agaliHt mo to lm presented by
thu intli of Mny, and all hills
owing me lo bo paid by the 1st
20 2w F. 11. OEDING.
HPHE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
X most popular paper published.
Hell Tel. 112. Mutual Tel. 372.
P. O. Box U07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St-,
Real Estate Apis, Etc.,
Oder tho followinc:
To Let. Shop in now brick building ou
King street, near Niiuanu, next to
Clilncfo NertS Uo.'s olllees. Hunt very
Rooms to Rent Furnished in the lest
To Let. A rj.roomcd Collage, withkilelicn
attached; upper end of Xuuntiu
Aveaue, npposilu "Valley Home," in
fM'rllciit older. 1'alli and water con.
veal nces. Hciit ?lf.
To Lot. v pleasantly tlualed reldrnio,
i oinpriMng two cottagiK, omit niscs:
eic, mi l'auon road, near Punchbowl
licit. Hant very low to meet the
Houso and Lot tor Sale. Viry dcMiallc
icsidence on lk-ictnn!n Street. 'I he
li nne contains -1 Hedrcoms, l'ailor,
liining.rooin, Pantry, Kitchen und
liaiiroom. Mosquito proof. House
mw and well built.
I.ol 100 by 150 feet with privilege f
huyiiin ncM lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Leaso Willi immediate pos
session, thai valuable cMuie known as
thu Nb'UANU VALLEY ItANUH,
situated in the Xuiiiii u Valley. 2
miles from Ihe city, anil undoubtedly
thu mint eligible .situ for a milk or
milk aud butter dairy In tliisKitiL'doui.
Thy above splendid piojeny niiiy he
had on easy terms.
For Salo A splendid property of over 5
acres of land oil I.lllba Street; un.
i i willed iu a situ tor a gentleman's
residence. An early application ncc
esurv to purchase in a logic lot. For
particulars apply to J. E. Drown fc Co.
Wanted A respectable woman as house
keeper and nurse in a small family.
Shiiitions wanted by
And oilier clas-cs of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kopt & written up,
'J8 Merchant Street.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the thing to make buckets of
when empty. For salo by
film A. W. PIERCE&CO.
For 2 Weeks Only I
Our Suinl Annual
will take place
All our remnants will be
placed ou the counter, and
marked way down.
Iu Ladies' trimmed and
uiitrinuned hat.s Ave are
prepared to oiler Big Bar
gains. Jiomiiants in all depart
ments. Come and see what
oiler you next Monday,
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
C ONE flOOD SOUND
i inuiiiy juurej pertsctly
safe to ifrlvii in. lmiUu
orehlldicu. Apply to
At No. 70 Queca SU
Australian Mail Service
FUR SAN FI'AXCISCO,
The now mid flic Al Meel siciin sh'p
Of tliiiOcranicSli'iiiu hlpCoinpi ny. wl.l
lu due at lloiiolu u Iroin hulicy
oml AuoM nd d'i r nLont
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave for 111-above port with
uii.lls nnd patsingeis mi ir unoiit that
For fielglit or pnsaer, having BU
PEKIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, upply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and fine Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will ,
be due at Ilonolulu from San
Francisco on or nbout
June 10th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dl'patch wllh
malls nnd nasseugcis for Iheabovc port'.
For Height or pafiigu, having blL
PF.lt I OK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
7 WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At the lowest figure, of tho finest qual
GUAVA JELLY 1
Wnrrnntiil genuine, mado of tho pure
ju.eu only and guarantcd to stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate lu quiillty for any
number of yeais. Large quaniiliis ex
ported eveiy year, by some ot the larg.
esi coinnierei.il firms of this idly, to dil
ferenl parts of thu United S'utcs and
the German Empire.
MANUFACTURED AT THE
Pioneer Steam Candy Faetory
ISHtulrilMlicil In 1SOU.
Practical Confectioner, Pestry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xuuanu and Fort Hln.
Both Telephones No. 74. ' 01
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
Ho will in fuiuro attend to the wants of
my patrons In tho Bllllnrd Kooin
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages at nil hours, day and night.
Saddle Horses, Uuggles, Wagonettes and
Village Carts witn stylish and gentle;
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open nnd Top Buggies,
Carts nnd Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 32, or npply to
tIII.i:S & IIAYIiKY.
GITV CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xiiuniiu a Uotol Htrcetv.
11IKQ UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Cariing.1 Company has hcon re
cently organized, and gnnrunlees, to
furiit-li good conveyances, iruslwirthy
driveis. mil will nmku no oMortiomuo
All calls will ho piomptly ttotihd lo,
Cottage to Kent
AND KUKNITUHE FOR SALE
Low lent; furniture at a hargaiii.
For particulars cn-piireif Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Murehant street. . 37 tf
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHOE I OT. cor- or Pcnsncola
ami Lunalilo Ms, which can ho
divMiu Into two or mory building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1o!5l Of 'West, Dow & Co.
AN INVALID CHAIR, largo sire.
Perfectly new. Finished In lino
style, with book rest and commode at
tachment. Address " X," this oflleo.
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