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Honolulu, II. 1., Fob. 10, 1888.
Notice is heichy given to nil em
ployees of the. Hawaiian Go em
inent, ami to other pi'i sons to whom
moneys may bo due at the Hawaiian
Trcasuiy on or before Muich 31,
1888, to present viiu-hcrs for &ettlc
mont on or befoio that date; and all
poisons having moneys on account
of the Government are lcquestcd to
make theii letuins pioinptly, in
order that thoic may bo no delay in
closing tho .accounts for the fiscal
period ending March HI, 1888.
W. h. GHEEN.
GS If Minister of Finance.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchango on tho
Kiinlc oL Cnlil'oxriila, W. IT.
And their agents in
NEV: YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
AleBsrs. N. M. Kothschild & Son, London
The Commetcial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The B'inkof Now Kcalund: Auckland,
Christchurcli, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Patty,
Hut established for the benefit of nil.
THURSDAY, FEB. 23, 1888.
In the brief prepared !) the at
torney's for the Government in the
Veto case, the Attorncy-Gencial
speaks of the King as not responsi
ble to the law of the land. By this
is evidently meant "subject to its
authority." But the exercise of the
Veto power is authority in making,
and so determining, the law of the
land. If exeieised in a legitimate
way, however different the King's
decision may be from the wishes of
the Legislature, he cannot be im
peached for it, as guilty of any crim
inal offence. He exercises the res
ponsibility conferred upon him bj
the law of the land. lie is respon
sible, not to the law, nor to the
Legislature, but to the people, just
as is the President of the United
States in the quotation made by the
Attorney-General from Cuitis' U. S.
Constitutional History: "Because
the President himself is responsible
to the people for his official acts,
and in older to accompany that res
ponsibility with the icquisite power
both to act upon reasons anc to
render them, our Constitution has
vested in him this particular and
qualified negative." If the King
has such a limited negative under
our Constitution, he is responsible
to the people for tho wise use of it.
Whether the present King is such a
a man as it would be wise to entrust
with any such responsibility is not
the question now under discussion,
That the Constitution confers it
upon him, independent of his
Cabinet, does not deprive us of
responsible Government by giving
him such veto power. lie is respon
sible for the use of the veto not to
the Cabinet, not to tho Legislature,
but to the people.
Editoh Bulletin: An article m
Tuesday evening's Bulletin, headed 1
"IJesponsibllity aim representa
tion," and signed by "Independ
ent," attracted my attention, and
after carefully reading tho same, al
though my views are not the bame
fs his, must admit that I think the
article in question is one of the beat
that haH been written by those who
favor tho veto power. It is entirely
free fiom any abusive language,
and although I agiee with "Inde
pendent" in a gieat many things,
yet I cannot agree with him in the
main question, and that is, docs
Article -18 of tho Constitution "other
wise express" the act of the King.
He says it docs, and quotes from the
constitution as follows: "If the
King approve he shall sign," and
then goes on to say that the advice
and consent of tho Cabinet is not
essential to his approval ; but let me
ask him, do tho words he has quoted
"otherwise express" that his ap
proval and signature is to bo with
out the advice and consent of the
Cabinet? I think not, and fail to
eeo anything in Article 48 that does
"othorwiso express" tho net of the
King's approval, and such being the
case, the same ltilc applies to his
vetoing a bill which must bo done
by and with the consent of tho
"Independent" would confer a
gicat favor by pointing out the
words in Article 48 which do "other
wise express" and como under tho
exception in Article 78 and by so
doing would greatly oblige one who
docs not believe in'llio iiresponsiblc.
Honolulu, Feb. 22, 1888.
We will answer for "Independ
ent." That gentleman's letter dis
tinctly explains the point in tho
second paragraph. The same ex
planation has appeared many
times over in these columns, edi
torially and otherwise. "Vc arc sur
prised that anyone with a knowledge
of simple English should require an
explanation, for Article -18, confer
ring the light of veto, exempts its
cxcicise from tho control of Minis
ters, provided in Aiticlc 78, about
as clearly as can be. Article 48
exempts from Ministerial "advice
and consent" by distinctly "express
ing" that the King's siguatuic to n
bill and his refusal to sign are acts
which depend entirely on his "ap
proval" and "disapproval." A bill
having passed the Legislature is
presented to the King; "if he ap
prove he shall sign it and it shall
thereby become a law, but, if not,
he shall return it, with his objec
tions, to the Legislature." Can any
thing be plainer? He "approves"
first, he "signs" next: his "signa
ture" depends on his "approval."
If he cannot or does not "approve,"
he is not required to "sign." What
can "advice and consent" have to
do with "approval?" A man may
be forced to give his signature, but
he cannot be foiccd to approve the
act. Approval can be no more com
pelled than faith, hope or any other
operation of the mind. Surely when
the act of "signing" is made to de
pend solely on the King's "ap
proval," it is thereby made dis
tinctly independent of Ministerial
"advice and consent." If Article
48 had simply read, "if he sign or
endorse it," omitting the word "ap
prove," this would have changed
the complexion entirely, making
Ministeiial "achice and consent"
essential, as provided in Article 78.
MESSRS. HART & CO.,
Of the "Elite Ice Cream
Gej,tli:mi:n : "We, a committee ap
pointed by Company A of tho Honolulu
Billes to piovide lefieshinents for our
lust night's 'Hop,'' cxpicss volunlaiily
our entire satisfaction with your fine
Fiipply of Ice Ciesun, Cakes, Lemonade,
Sandwiches, etc., etc. Our guests and
members icli'hed all those good things;
which speaks for itself.
It will gie us gieat ple.iuie to ic
eonmiend your sen ices on futiue occa
sions. We are respectfully,
Y C. WILDER, Seigeant,
A. YOUNG, JR., 1'iivate,
F. 15. McSTOCKER, Piivatc.
Honolulu, II. I., Teb. 23, 1888.
MISS. P. TIIIELE,
On Bcretunia stieet near PiiUol.
. (Formerly McQuirc's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School,
Also, French and Gciiimu taught, ar.d
Muie I,os60ii3 given.
72 Mutual Telephone No o04. 3m
CUSTOMERS aie reipieattd not to
pay any money to boys maUtiK
Queen Street Meal Muilut.
A GOOD sicd room with two win
dows in it, furnished or unfinish
ed. On second lloorjiirefeued. Within
ten minutes walk ot business" center.
Address this oUlee. 72 at
at moderate prices.
JOHN. F, CJOLUURN'S,
Or ling Mutual Tolephono No. 387; Hell
72 Telephone No. 03, lm
J. A. DOAVER,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
Having Improved facilitlcb, ib prepared
to lilt orders at short notice.
MR. John Magoon isnuthrrized to
collect for our account, and feign
J. K. 15R0WN & CO.
Jan. 10. 1883.
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
JL Daily Bulletin 60 cts per month.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
On FRIDAY, February U
AT 12 O'CLOCK-NOON,
At my Salesrooms comer of Queen and
Fort streets, 1 will sell ul
100 Bales Choice Oal.llny,
190 Sucks Coin,
290 Sacks Cal. Potatoes,
50 Sacks "Wheat.
Just hnded in Prime Order.
L.EWIS J. JMSVEY,
On Liberal Terms of Credit !
ON APPROVED PAPER.
On nccount of enlaighig and allotiug
premises nil Queen street, Mcsrs. Theo
If. Davie? & Co. hae instructed me to
ofl'er ut Puhljc Auction, nt my sales,
rooms corner of Fort and Queen streets,
Fehy 27th and 23th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
A Liigo and Vailed
Assortment of Merchandise,
To Close Consignments.
. lNCi.umr.G j
Corrugated Roofiing Iron,
"White .to JESvo-wn. Cottons,
Rico and Sugar Bags,
And Various other Articles too
Numerous to Mention.
tS-Simnleion iew on SATUKDAY
previous to Sale.
TJSIOIS AT SALE.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Notice it hereby gien that in accoul.
ancc with the law in such case made
and provided, I w ill cause to he sold tlio
chattels of Wo Cluing taken by me in
distraining for rent, to wit:
Ladies', Men's and Childrens'
Shoes end Slippers,
Shoe Leather & Nails.
Said wde will take place at the auc
tion looms of LEWIS J. LEVEY,
auctioneer, coiner of Foit and
On SATURDAY, March 3d, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
07 13t ASWAN.
MR. C. CLARJCE is no longer au.
tlioried to collect for oui ac
count. J. E. BROWN &C0.
Honolulu, Fell. 20, 1S8S. 70 If
ALL debts duo to Chas ,T. Flshel,
up to October 1st, 1SS7, and not
p.dd by Mill eh 4th, 188S, bo placed
into the hands of a Collector, and pay
ment enfoiced. 71 lw
A FOXY' suitable for children.
Kind and eullo.
For sale bv
71 lw G. N. BOAltDMAN.
BAGGAGE Evpicss and Bray man,
Slund on King, neir eonur nf
Fort street. Mutual Telephone fi(i,'3
All kinds of ti'irilnj; faithfully and
piiunptly attended to. Furniture movtd
and caicfully handled. It you w nit a
wagon oi dray, joh will tlnd it lo our
advantage to ilnj up Telephone 'f.U5.
Notice of Election.
AT the an mi ul meeting of O. Brewer
& Co., LM , held tills day, the fol.
lowing named poisons wore elected as
olllccrs for tho ensuing year:
P. 0. Jones President,
P. C. Jones Manager,
J. O. Carter Secretary,
J. O. Curler Treasurei,
W. F. Allen Auditor
Hon. C. It. Bishop, Sum'l O. Allen and
Hon. II. Wnterhouse Diiectois.
J. 0. OAItTEIt, Secretary.
0, 11 rower & Co.
Honolulu, Februaiy 1, 18S8. 54 lm
rpWO KooinB, lu Wilder '& Co.'a Stone
.1 Wnrehouso, opposite. Likellko
Wharf. WILDElt & CO.
THE DAILY BULLETIN -The
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Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Tho Largo Credit Salo tit store of
MESSRS. H. HAOKFELD & CO.,
Will be continued
i an tun i i uui
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.
When will be sold n Largo Assort
G EROCE R BES !
Saddlery & Hardware I
Crockery & Glassware.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A Large Assoitmont of
WINES, BEERS & LIQUORS !
JAS. F. MORGAN,
SALE OF PDRNITURE
Furniture & Household Effects,
Of tho Lite
Will be sold at Public Auction, at his
ON ALAKEA STREET,
On FRIDAY, Feb, 24th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
By order of U. S. Consul General
J. II. PUTNAM.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Horse, Buggy aid
On SATURDAY, February 25th,
AT III O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
1 Family Carriage Horse,
(apeiiectly safe animal.)
1 Top Buggy,
1 Set Single Harness.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ANEW COTTAGE, on Toit stieet,
of four rooms, with Kitchen, pan
try and bathioom. Itcnt $12 per month.
Apply No. 7 Chaplain Street. 72 3 w
M. R. COLBURN,
LL kinds of draingo attended to
with promptness. White and
Elack Sand delivered in quantities to
suit. Also, Black Iock and Coral Rock.
Oillce: With J. F. Colburn, King
street, near JIaunakca. 72 8m
Per bark ' C. 1). Bryftut,"
A FRESH LOT
Hay & Grain,
I QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
JOHN F. COLBURN,
A STONE out of a Seal, had a crest
engraved on it, in cac the same
should be found, tho ilxder will be re
warded by handing tho Stone into this
office. 713 1
ONE bay hoise, IS hands, biandcd
l33' under mane, strayed from P.i
w.ui, Sultablo lowaid will bo given on
murium; same to tho olllco of Wilder
S G, WILDElt, JK.
AF. MADKIHOS & CO., merchant
tailors, have tho plcasuie to lu.
form thtir customers, that they liavo
jemoved their tailoring establishment
from Gonsahos .Vs Co.'s store to corner
of Union and Ifolel stieet, wliero they
will bo glad to recehoji call from their
customers, and from "tho public in
general. 08 lm
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise lu tho Daily Bulletin.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On MONDAYpFebruary 27th,
at 10 o'ct.ock a. nr.,
At the lesidence of Mr. J. St. Snss, cor.
ner of Chaplain nnd Fort slrccts. (on
account of departure) I will sell nt
Public Auction, tlib lloit'eliold Furni
B.W. Marble Top Centre Tabic,
4 Light Chandelier, B. W. Whatnot,
1 B. W. Secretary, Ann Chair",
1 It. W. Unir Cloth Lounge.
Largo Center Hugs, Sofa Rugs, li.
t B. W. Marblo Top Bedroom Set,
Matlrasscs, 31oqulto Nets, Dining
Table, Dining loom Chairs, Croc
kery and Glasware,
1 IVIImoii HcwiitK3fncliInc"l Undo
Hnm Itaiico mill UtcnsllH.
Kefilgerator, Garden Hose nnd Tools.
1 Family Carriago Horso--'
1 2-Wheeled Brake, Etc.,
a safe animal,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On TUESDAY, February 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the ieidence of Dr. Jlax Heidecke,
Adams Line, I will tell at
The Entire Household Furniture
1 Upholstered Parlor Set !
Wicker Loungo. Luce Cuitainsand
Cornices, 2 Light Chandelier, Deco
B. Walnut Extension Table !
Center and Sofa Kugs, 1 Marble
Top Sideboard, 2 Asti Marble Top
Clipper Spring Mattrasses !
Hair Mattrasses, Feather Pillows,
Mosquito Nets, Kitchen Utensils,
Garden Hose, Etc., Etc., Etc.
OTTho above articles aie all new, and
have been in use but a shoit time and
are in good order.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Stock & Furniture I
On WEDNESDAY, Feb. 29th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the premises No. 4G King street,
known as the "Poodle Dog baloon,"
I will sell at Public Auction,
The Lease of Premises for 5
years, at a rental of $40
- per month.
The Building is in good repair, and
lias 4 rooms on ground lloor and 3 rooms
iiDst.iirs willi halls, etc, with right of
way on Ewa sido. Also, at the same
time will be sold the
Stock and Fixtures,
Plug and Smoking Tobacco,
. 1 Kicklo Show Case,
1 Elegant Soda Fountain I
1 French Swinging Clock,
Bl. Emms &f ubH
Boiling Awning Screens,
Shelving & Counters, Etc., Etc., Etc.
B- Premises open on TUES- t2T
DAY, Feb. 28th, from 13 to 3 o'clock
JAS. F. MOEGAN,
'" -"- i"
T'HE residence next in Tom May, Esq.,
on the corner of Klnau and Pen.
sacola Btiects, Apply to
70 2v JA6. A. KENNEDY.
J. C. MARCHANT,
(Successor to T. 0. Thrum)
Book-binder. Paper-ruler & Blank
Prieitl Building, Bethel street, Hono.
IB lulu. tf
HONOLULU PIONEER STEAM
F. HORN, Proprietor.
PRACTICAL CONFECTIONER, PASTRY COOK AND
ESTABLISHED 1 883. J
Having not only a six years' but over a half century's prac
tical experience in all and every branch of
OF THE BIUIIISST QUALITY,
Of all sizes, always on hand or made to order and orna
mented in the highest artistic style, defying all
other production in Honolulu.
BkSHoiioliilu: Hotel St. bot. Fort & Huuanu; both Tolephonos No. 741
9& ONLY PURE l
Made of the celebrated CREAM of the "Woodlawn Dairy,
sold at the great reduced price of
DO! 2.00! S2.00! S2.00! S2.00!
PER GALLON HONEST fVIEARURE
AT THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTORY,
CAKE, AND BREAD BAKERY,"
lICSAs some evil disposed persons who are openly boast
ing of the intention of ruining my business and villanously
falsefying my GOODS and ICE CREAM I will forfeit
$100 to any person who will prove by analysis that my
ICE CEEAM is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere else.
: asr BEWARE ' OF " FALSE ' REPRESENTATIONS -a :
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Both Telephones No. 74. Hotel St. bet. JSuuanu & Fort St.
IS NOW OPENING A LAEGE AND MAGNIFICENT STOCK OF
Ladies', and Mi Childrens Boots and Shoes;
Carefully selected by Mr. Gertz while in tho States.
BHVIORE GOODS COMING
Tahiti Lemonade Steam Works,
Honolulu Depot, - - - 28 Merchant St.
Manufacturers of Iliph Clnsa Aerated
Waters, put up iu Patent Crystal
l- ABSOLUTELY PURE.
J. E. BROAVN & CO.,
BY NEXT STEAM ER.I
73 NUUAHU STREET.
MRS. ROBT. LOVE, . PROPRIETRESS.
Every description of
PLAIN & FANCY
Bread & Crackers,
FRESH SODA CRACKERS
Always on hand.
island orders promptly attended to.
JOB PRINTING of alf kinds oxe.
cuted at tho Daily Bulletin Ofllco
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