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Sealed tenders will be leecived at
the OUlco of the Supctintemk'iil of
Water "Works until SATURDAY,
March 17th, 1888, at 12 o'clock noon
for building an Engine House for
Honolulu Fire Department, (Wood
Tlans and specifications can be
seen by calling on .1. C. "White, Esq.,
at tho Bell Tower.
Tho Ohicf Engineer does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any
Acting Ohicf Engineer II. F. D.
Honolulu, March 7th, 1888.
Offick or the BoAitn or Health,)
Honolulu, II. 1., Feb. 25, 1888.
Sealed tandcrs will be received at
the Office of the Board of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, SATURDAY,
March 24, 1888, for the lule to the
Board of Health of 200 head or less
of 2 to 3 year old huifcis, suitable for
One tender to be for tho delivciy
of tho cattle on board tho ' cssel, and
another tender for delivery of the
same at Kalaupapa, Molokai.
Tho President does not bind him
self to accept tho lowest or any bid.
N. B. EMEKSON,
President of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 1G, 1888.
Notice is hereby given to all em
ployees of tho Hawaiian Govern
ment, and to other persons to whom
moneys may bo duo at the Hawaiian
Treasury on or before March 31,
1888, to present oucheis for bettlc
ment on or before that date; and all
poisons having moneys on account
of the Government aie requested to
make their iitunu promptly, in
order that theie may bo no deUy in
closing the accounts foi the fibc.il
peiiod ending Match 31, 18S8.
W. L. GltEEN.
G8 tf Minister of Finance.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Island ft
Draw Exchange on the
Bauk oi. Cali-Toi-uia, tS. V.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Aucklnnd,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
tot in, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General "Banking Business.
Pledged to icithcr Sect twr Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1888.
A BAD SYSTEM.
"Reef Orme," in yesterday's
"Gazette," hits a vulnerable spot
in our method of enfotcing certain
laws on our statute book. We quote
his words :
"Laws that require the assistance
of paid informers for their enforce
ment are iniquitous and tyrannical.
Good laws command the support of
good citizens. And I very much
distrust the word and evidence of a
man who has to be "greased" with
half the fine to aid justice. There
is dignity in law and there should
be dignity in its enforcement. We
have a paid police to enforce it and
yet we arc often treated to a specta
cle of this very police delegating its
duties to unprincipled bcamps.
These hounds are so eager to secure
a conviction that they often actual!'
decoy their victims into n violation
There is no doubt that the system
which gives half tho fine or any por
tion thereof to a policeman, or a
private individual, for the convic
tion of an accused person is perni
cious, and actually leads to the sys
tem of decoying into violations of
law. That is, a person appointed
to preserve ordeand see the law
obeyed incites another to become
particeps criminia in an evasion of
a statute, and then further incites a
magistrate to a breach of justice and
eoinuion sense by imposing a flue
upon the deceived man and u re
ward upon the real transgressor.
On the Haiuo principle, if Tom pnr
simded Diclc to set fire to Honolulu,
mid burn the whole botched affair
to ashes, Tom would bo promoted.
Whereas, on tho coircct piinciplo,
that any person decoying another to
do illegal acts is more guilty than
the perpetrator, Tom should lcccivo
the greater share of punishment.
TliKit n good place for irform to
come in. '
ANSWER TO HO FON.
Editoii Bulletin: It is said "He
that write3, or makes n feast, more
certainly invites his judges than his
friends ; there's not n guest but will
find something wnntiug or illdrcsscd."
Thus I havenivitcil mine. Permit
me to give them another chance to
pass sentence on me. I was much
pleased witlt Mr. Ho Foil after read
ing his very nicely "corrected" ar
muncnt, it was nuict readable in
"type," and the temptation of shak
ing hands with him was great in
deed. The gist of this gentleman's argu
ment is simply tins: The Chinese
coolie, his countryman and equal, is
also the equal of the whiteman or
Chiistiau, not because he does not
sin, but because he sins less.
Concerning the equality of the
European and the Chinese coolie
permit mc to tell Mr. Ho Foil that
the white man will, nay, nlust con
quer tho Chinese whcievorhc meets.
Ho will bo, as he is, the superior of
the Asiatic while this world stands.
While conquests will conic to pass,
which will enforce Christianity in the
country of Mr. Up Foil's nativity,
Japan will be the Mtperior power in
Abin. It will be bo through its
acknowledging the supciiority of
modern and civilized countries, and
by recognizing that the fhbt step
tending to that end is the adoption
of the laws and customs of Euiopcan
countiies, in fact to assimilate with
It is this which the Chinaman
studiously, zealously and persistently
avoids, it is this which can never
make him a desirable citizen in any
It is not his sinfulness, his
uncleanlincss nor his learning we
have to find special fault with, but
his attire, his habits, his food and
the sickening exhalations which
seem to pcimit his abode and which
no white man is ever capable to en
counter without becoming ill.
Yet all this is inelcvant and not
at all to the point. I would not
have mentioned any of the above
only for the reason that Mr. IIo Foil
has not said one thing which tended
to disprove the right of the Anti
Asiatic Society to demand legislative
measuies against using Honolulu as
a cuspidoie for Chinese shncs.
Mr. IIo Fon asks very peitly who
will deny them the right to belter
I will answer. The voters, the
franchised citizens of Hawaii! When
the voter and the ruler of a free
constitutional government and coun
try is menaced by the great thrift
and lowdly bmelling presence of
Asiatic coolies, who through their
cxtoled virtues attempt to take the
bicad and butter from the man, who
through his generosity permitted
this thing to come to pass, and this
Chinese natural boin slave in -ic-turn
is keeping on to crowd him to
such an extent that starvation seems
unavoidable, then, by the cods 1
say it is time to look into this matter
and stop it if possible. Mr. IIo Fon
saj's "the Chinaman is as good as
his Christian neighbor," whoso very
vitals he is eating out. For argu
ment sake I will grant this. But
Mr. IIo Fon will surely not deny us
the right as franchised citizens,
voters and thus, by our constitution
the rulers of this country to say
whom wc want in our land. We
have already said the Chinaman shall
not vote. And we will say now, that
in the future he shall not be dumped
among our midst to hurt in inter
ests. And Mr. IIo Fon, we also say wc
must have Chinese! We want just
such "persevering" and "frugal"
men, their sins and all. But II. F.
wo want them were they belong,
were the' will woik for us, and
make money for us. They were
born to be slnves of the fields. For
our families' sakes let them bo re
garded, treated and respected as
such, and such only. They are in
fact the missing link, the best con
nection between the planter and the
cancfields of Hawaii. Mr. Editor
I have encroached on your space,
not one more word I say except,
come again IIo Fon !
John F. Smith.
COPIES of tho prospectus
of llio Ila.
on Co. can
J walian Coil'eo Plantation
be had on application at the ollico of
J. E. Drown to Co,, Boul Estate Agents,
Merchant street. 80 lw
G. A. R, Notice,
IIliADQUAltTKltfl, Geo, W. DT.on1
Posr, No. -15, Dni'T. or Cam- I
roitNiA, G. A. It. f
Honolulu, Jlnicli it), 1888. J
There will he a regular meet,
ins of this Post THIS (Tin;?,
duj) EVENING, in iti Hall,
King street, at 7:30 o'clock, A
full attendance is requested.
V. V. ABHFOIU),
J. F. Nohms,
1 Adjutant. SO It
Auction Saios by James P. Morgan.
By otdor of tho Western & Hawaiian
Investment Company, (Limited), the
holder and Assignee of a certain mort
gage deed given by John E. Bush and
wire, to tho Hawaiian Invcslmiut &
Agcncv Co., (Limited), dated October
12th, 1882, of record in Liber 70, folios
100402, clvrn to secure a note for
45.000. and'for the mirnoo of foreclo?.
ing said mortgage for condition broken,
to wit : Non payment of the nole so
cured thereby (said Western & Ha.
walian Investment Co , having pub.
llshcd notice of their Intention so t) do
as required by Law), I shall sell at Pub
Ho Auction, at my Sulesroom, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, March 17th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
All of tho Lnnds nud Premises des
cribed in said moi Igage, to wit:
Lots No. 267, 268, 291 & 292,
On Ilorctaula Street,
Kulaokahua Plains, Honolulu,
And described in lloynl Patent No.
UU?, and building thorcon.
E2?Dceds at expense of purchaser.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On MONDAY, March 19th, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31.,
At the residence of C.ipt U. W.'Wil
fonjr, Berkley Premie, L.U1I11 Mioui,
I will htll at Public Auc ii u, the in
lite Hon -chold Furniture, (omptMuu:
One Rosewood Upholstered Parlor Set,
Hlmblc Top Centre Tabic,
Large Sofa, 't-I.lalu Chandelier,
Upholstered and Lisy Arm Chairs,
Black Walnut Marble Top Bedroom Set,
Kpiing & Ilulr Mattress,
One Fine Koa Sideboard,
Ciockcry & Gl.isswiuc,
I Lirge Koa Dining Table,
Cook btovc & Utensils. Also,
1 Horse, broken to Saddle & Harness,
A Fine Animal.
o:nje open bctggy,
1 Set Single Humes",
One Sharp's Rifle and Cartridges,
Etc, Etc, Etc., rtc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The Great Clearance Sale at the Store
of the Into Geo. Eugelhardt
will continue for
ONE WEEK LONGER
During this time the Entire Stock must
be sold. To accomplish this
all Articles will be
sold at a
Midi! oi 10 Per Gut
B2T" Housekeepers should embrace
this oppoitunity of securing bargains
in nil dcsciiptions of Ilouscfurnishing
Goods. 89 lw
COTTAGE TO IiET.
FIVE minutes' walk from
the Post Ofllce. Suit
able for a bachelor.
.1. M. MONSABKAT.
DUKING my absence from tho King,
dom Mr. Wm. V. Loo will act for
me in all matters of business.
c. j. McCarthy.
Honolulu, March 13, 1888. 80 4t
ONEorTWO well and comfortably
fiirnisheil rooms aio just now
vacant at No,
S Union street, next Hell
TN TJSK IJ1KKM13 COUIIT
X of the Hawaiian Islands. In tho
matter of 11 W. LAINE, against whom
n Petition foi adjudication was filed on
the fith da of March, 1688. in said
court. In Ba'nkiuptcy, IcforoMr .11181100
Tho 8th day or March, 1888.
Upon u'lidlng the t.iid petition, nml
upon the mlmli-Mon of wild Respondent,
It. W LiWNL", I do find thni ilm miiil
It. V. LAIN IS has lecomo iinnkiiini
within Ihu tine intent mid inclining of
ths Act approved Dn thu COih day of
August, 1UH1, entitled "an Act to rcgu.
late pioceedings in Bankruptcy in llio
And I do hereby declare nud luljudgo
him bankrupt accoidingly.
And I do further otdor that tho credi
tors of the raid bankrupt como m and
prove their debts bofoiubuch Justice of
tho Supremo Couit as thall be bitting in
Chambers at Aliiolaui Hale, Honolulu,
on tho 14th day of Maich, 1888, between
llio houis of 10 o'clock in the forenoon
ond noon of tho cild tiny, and elect ono
or inoro assignee or assignees of tho
enul bankrupt's estate. ,
And ihat notice thcieof bo publielicd
alternately for threo duys each la the
Daily Gazette find Daily ButliniN
iiowspnpcra published In Honolulu, in
tho English language.
And that tho said bankrupt shall
immediately llio with the Olcrl; of this
Honoiablo Court a schedtilu of his credi
tors nud assets, nsicquircd by Ihu suiel
Justice of tho Supremo Court.
Attest; J. II. Ruist,
Becoml Deputy Clerk. 85 St 1st
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WESljfe CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jell' Glasses, at
G. WESTJc CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and New Chromos, at
G. WESJ& CO.'S.
Brackets, EaselB, Mirrors and Frames, at
WEST & CO.
Bags, Dressing- Oases,
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST & CO. S.
Bedroom Furniture, 'Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Baby Carriages, Doll Carriages, Boy's Carts and Small
Wheel Barrows, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Pans and Dolls, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
"Violins, Banjos, &c, &c, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to order, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and
Canary Birds, warranted Singers
mm i m Biiu h
"- ww "5
Turkish Cigarettes !
In Bond and Duty Paid
AT LOW PEIGSS
To Close Consigum&nt.
OPliillips c Co.
NOTICE U hereby given that Cliong
Bak, of tho Hi in of Tuck Lung
Chong Co., doing business as rnrpenters
in Honolulu, of which Sam ICoy, Tuck
Sum and Chong Sak aro partners, lias
sold all his Interest to Chung I,um.
Chung Lum assuming nil liabilities of
said Chang Bak, us a partner in said
firm. b7 1w
THE house now occunli'd
by G. Uouliech, Esq.,
situated on Kiuau street. For
particulars inquiro of
82 2w Q. 13. BOARDMAN.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "Tho Dally Bulletin." 00 cents
per ii outli
COTTAGE on Llllha
street, between Klnir
and School sheets. Kent $12
per month. Apply to
M. S. GltiNBAUM & CO.,
80 tf Queen stiet't.
THE DAILY BULLETIN 1b a live
JL evening paper. CO cents per month.
A GENTLEMAN'S Gold Ring. Tho
xX owner can Jinvo the same by prov.
nml paying charges, by
at tho Bomxtin Office. 80 tf
THE PEOPLES PAPER-The
Daily Bulletin fiO cts per moath,
UAIUUAOK Horses in good coudi.
tlon. Also. I BiiEgy and Jlarnois.
I'llcc for the whole $210. Enquire of
80 2t Kukul street.
Accordeons, Drums, Flutes,
FOR TffO WEEKS !
FOR TWO WEEKS !
Special Cheap .Sale I
Bargains in All Depart-
Prices Cat ii Two !
Prices Cat ii f wo !
All Wool Combination Suits at
Yery Low Rates and tho
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House,
ONLY READABLE PA-
H in Ilm Klnirilmii "'IVli
X PER iu
iHily Bulletin." 60 cent per month.
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M. McINERNY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
is W o w on
Whoro will bo found an Elegant Display ot Goods of such
grados, as this corner has boon always noted for.
Entire Now Lines of Goods selected by Mr. E. A. Mc-
Inerny now East. Among my very General
Stock will bo found
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
Freacli Kill Button Boots anfl Slippers,
v. , tTcYoi iV
sses' tv vjniiurens'
j p m n
Ladies' Silk Hose,
Ladies' Silk and Merino
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
s oilk Undershirts v; JDrawers,
Perforated Silk Undershirts,
1 Lisle Thread & Balbriggan Undershirts,
' Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
1 "White and Red Shaker Flannel Undershirts
' Anglo-India Gauze & Merino Undershirts.
Boy's Undershirts. My usual Fine Assortment of
en's and Boy's Fine Shoes & Slippers
Men's Elegant Neck Wear, Very Choice Line of Sus
penders, Jouvins White and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Fine Riding and Driving Gloves,
Every Style & Stale in lei's Hals & Boy's Straw Hats
Umbrellas, Walking Canes in Solid Heads
I have the most Complete Assortment in Elegant Fashion
able Styles from the best houses in the United States.
Yery Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dregs Suits,
Black Frock Suits.
All My Clothing is "Warranted Shrunk, "Well-Cut, Carefully
Made and "Will Give Very General Satisfaction.
Razors and Pocket Knives,
Razor Straps and Brushes,
Tooth, !N"ail and Hair Brushes,
Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate) ,
Mce Pertoes aid Oiler Toilet Articles.
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks,
Gents' Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags Ss Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Rugs, (very fine) , which every traveler ought to
ihii iii stock of
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and tho famous G0RHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
GETN, B.---N0 Plated Goods Bold in this Establishment."
Thanking the public generally for tho very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during the last 25 years,
and soliciting a continuance of the same at the New Pre
mises. The Clerks will be found ready and willing to cour
teously attend to all ladies and gentlemen visiting this
Honolulu, March 9, 1888. 80 lm
seem (iactxtMLMij!'A''.LUiiuiJtlitar'IN' t i m inju.au
Peb. & St. Goat But. Boots,
Dongola Kid Button Boots,
Shoes & Slippers, vari. styles,
Lisle and Balbrigan Hose,
wm Gil's &
f -V-! .
i ,iiiiiite iXiMk' i-&'