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The Government Oillcos will be
closed on THURSDAY, March 22ml,
from 10 o'clock a. m. to 1 o'clock i
M. in respect of the memory of the
Into Gcuniui Einpeior Wilhelm I.
LORRIN A. THURSTON.
Miniijlci of tho Inleiior.
Interior Offlce, Miucli 21, 1S88.
Honolulu, H. 1., Feb. 10, 1888.
Notico is hereby given to nil em
ployees of the Hawaiian Govern
ment, and to other poisons to whom
moneys inny be due at the Hawaiian
Trcnsuiy on or before IMuich 31,
1888, to present toucheis for settle
ment on or bcfoie that date; and all
persons having moneys on account
of tho Government are requested to
make their icturns piomplly, in
order that theie may bo no delnj in
closing tho accounts foi the (i&cal
period ending March 111, 18SS.
W. L. GREEN.
G8 tf Minister of Finance.
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Pledged to ncitliif Sect nor Patty,
But established for the benefit of nil.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1888.
DUE TO MIS MEMORY.
To-morrow being the birthday
anniversary of th(uLU Emperor
William of Germany, the news of
whose death reached us by the last
foreign mail, services will be held
in the Anglican Church Cathedral,
in memory of the deceased Monarch.
All the German business houses
will show their respect by closing
for the day, and probably other na
tionalities will follow suit. Indeed,
it is due to the memory of tliu gieat
and good Emperor that cveiy busi
ness establishment should close its
doors on the occasion, at least for a
portion of the day.
PROPOSED TO ASK.
As the "Paradise of the Pacific,"
a monthly publication, is a credit
able effort to diffuse abroad, gratuit
ously, reliable information relating
to these islands, which information
is designed and calculated to induce
tourist travel in this diicction, and
to encourage the investment of
foreign capital for the development
of local industries, it is proposed to
ask the Legislature, at its next ses
sion, to give some assistance in the
shape of a small appropriation. It
is also proposed, in the event of as
sistance being secured from that
quarter, to illustrate the paper with
views of public buildings, island
scenery, etc. This seems a legiti
mate object for national encourage
ment and help. Public money might
be expended to less advantage, and
for less profitable objects.
Editor Bullutin: Wc do not
see any official notice to the effect
that our Superintendent has re
signed, but fiom what we do sec,
we are led to believe that such has
not taken place. It is due to the
public to say that unless more at
tention is paid to the necessary
wants of the Settlement they may
expect to hear complaints from the
lepers on Molokai at every legisla
tive sessions as in times past.
His Excellency L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior and member of
theBoaid of Health, is making a
visit to tho .Settlement, and we hope
that his personal inspection will do
some good. A Residhnt.
Kalawao, March 15, 1888.
WHAT a"rTY0Tcu1q TO DO
Editok Bulletin : "Enquirers"
were asking some days ngo in your
Bulletin, who was the authority for
saying that it was a premeditated
thing of our Portuguese immigrants
here, to serve one term of contract,
with the intention of then going
away to the Const. I cannot tell
who the "personage" is alluded to
by "Enquirer," but I can say that
this information, if it wcro ever ut
tered, which I doubt, is absolutely
Tho Portuguese came here delud
ed by false promises. Thoy all ex
pected nt tho expiration of their
contracts, to bo able to procure
lands and to settle down in humble
homesteads to rear their largo fam
ilies they consequently came with
tho intention of settling, not of go
ing away. But, of course, nobody
can blame them, if, when they find
out what dupes thoy have been
wade, aiid how impossible it is for
them to leallze their dicanis of set
tlement, they mnkc up their minils
to lenvc the' countiy, ns shown by
the numerous laic depat lures. And
certainly, without wishing to blnmo
Minister Thurston, the most willing
and earnest of nil the ministers yot
found here, it will not be the 40 nor
80, nor oven the couple of hundred
homestead lots which have been
thrown open to the public, on the
most unpractical basis, both of
terms and aren, it is not theso lots
that will prove a hairier against tho
exodus of our Portuguese.
Nay, as I have long ago pre
dicted In tliis same newspaper, and
do still announce, if the plnntcrs
themselves do not engage in the
work of doing the piopcr things for
our Portuguese immigrants, if they
do not stop their fanciful play with
Japanese and their monopoly in
their own stoics, every one of the
Portuguese laborers will gradually
but surely leave this kingdom, tak
ing away with them their force mid
industry, their numcious families
Which would have been such an in
valuable clement for the icpopuln
tion of these islands, and also nil
their accumulated savings, which
they arc still willing to invest heic.
And thus, whilst wc shall lose nil
those valuable elements, the planter
will also find that all the moneys
spent in bunging these immigrants
here will have been spent in vain;
thrown aw.iy, and all this for tho
unpractical obstinacy of not helping
them to settle on land which they
might call their own, cither sold or
The last census, however deficient
it wns, counted nearly ten thousand
Portuguese here. Adding the pos
terior arrivals and the childicu born
hcrc.which are estimated at over one
thousand per year, tho Portuguese
population to-day is estimated by
competent men at between 11,000 mid
15,000 pcisons, who live and eat
like Christians, and spend a consi
derable portion of their earnings to
Now, let us suppose those l.",000
souls gone, as they will be in a
short time, if things continue as
they'do now, and let us imagine lo,
000 Chinese or Japanese bi ought in
to replace them? Well, I-bhall sim
ply ask our tradesmen, from diy
goods down to butcher or baker, if
they think they will make as much
trade with even double tho number
The question thus, is very simple.
Our Poituguesu have not picinedi
tated to leave this country for Cali
fornia ; but they will leave if some
ellicacious and prompt measures are
notacted on to retain them.
What are the "fathers of the
country" going to do?
i A. Maiiquks.
Our contemporary, the Montreal
Herald, occasionally frees its editor
ial mind through the medium of
poetry, as in tho following:
I am a great King of Siain, I am!
For justice I don't care a j-am, a
If a trader should fail hj' he's
buried in jail,
In Quebec it's tho same as .Siam,
"7"EE "WO, corner v nunakca nml King
JL btrect. linuri Has day maun an
nnsignuient to me of all Ills pioperty and
assess, for the benefit of bis creditors,
all persons having claims against Him
me requested to pre ent tl.o same to me
at onto, and all persons Indebted or
owing any money to said Yee Wo, and
nny persons having pofc-slon or control
of any pioperly belonging to him u ill
please make immediate payment or
delivery of same lo mo at the ollice of
M. Phillips & Co.
Assignee of Yce Wo
Honolulu, ilarcb 20, 18S8.
TUB stock in tunic, -Mom fixtures and
s.ifo no contained in ihe smiv
forme: )y occupied by Yeo Wo, corner
3lauuukcn and Kirj; siree s, together
with horse and wagon, building mid in.
terest in lease nt Palninu, and all deb i.
due and owing upon book account t)
the Enid Yeo W o, uro ofl'ued for sale s
a whole, and must be sold bcfoie TUI2S
DAY, Msuch S7tli. I'jrties dishing to
purchaser can obtain lull inlorma ion
nt ollica of Phillips & Co.
Apt-igneo of Yie Wo.
Honolulu, Mnieb 21, 1tic8. U0 lw
THE UNDEHSIONEI), Ab Young,
JLj have livid in Honolulu lor ten
jears, noiking foi foiuienern, and hne
committed no ofl'tiibe in tbia country.
I know of a gambling house, which is
constantly filled with Chinese pninbluis,
some of whom have livrd I hero forlhreo
yours, wllh no other woik ibsiu gnmb.
ling nt nil times. 1 Unun this gnmbluig
home, into 'which ihey mo constantly
going, and I lmvo lost much money in
it m.Tself Tills is why I wicb'tlih
gambling Iioumi i-ipid. I w,ts kiiiii
moned to nnpe'ir bn'oic tliu fi.uit, mid
then; gambiurK were uiretlul foi tho
olleuso of cainblhifc. 1 was the witness
before the Court. Theriforc they mo
angry wllh mo for my testimony in tho
trial, and whh to Itlll inc. For this
reason, I publish those fuels befoiotho
people. (Signed) AH YOUNG.
Honolulu, 31-irch 10, 1888. 80 4t
THE undersigned having been np
pointed Assignco of tho Estnto
of n. W. Lnine, bankrupt, requests
all pei eons who lmvo olalmti against tho
estate of said It. W. Laine, n-cureil or
otherwise, to present tho snino duly
sworn to, and ull perrons indebted to
snld Estate are icqucstid lo make imme
diate payment to
A. J. (JAimVItlHUT.
AEBiimce of the Estnto of H. W,
Honolulu, March HUh, 18S8. 01 8w
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertito in tho Daily Bulletin.
. Auction Salos by James F, Morgan,
Dy otder of Mr. A. J. Cfirtvrlglit,
Astignco or tho unnKrmu iai no ot
W. Jiilnc, l win ten
at the ttote
of D. Mc
On FRIDAY, March 23rd, 1888
AT 1 O'CLOCK A.
Sack Hrnn, tucks Barley,
Hacks Whent, Sncka Middling.
Sacks Corn, Sacks O. C. Menl,
SJ3 3Bixlcw ol' 3E-lay,
Wnrchouso Scale, Truck,
1 lloi'o, ' Set ilirnes',
J W'dvary Wagons,
House. Stables and Lease,
1 Ofllco Dck, 1 fcnfe, Ac, &c.
J AS. P. MOltGAX,
4,000 Aspragus Hoots!
Two years old and stiong. Beady
B3? $5.00 a Hundred -a
For San Francisco.
The Al tern "W. S. B0WNE,"
Will s.iii foi the above Port on
Thursday, March 22nd, at 12 noon.
For freight and passage apply to
F. A. SCHAEFEIt & CO.,
0-1 ill Agents.
Is only made and sold at tho
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
k Ice Cream Parlors,
13?- AND NOWHERE ELSE
For Plantations, Gardens, Lawns,
For Snle by HAXMOX A. BMYTII.
WE are now pi epared to receive all
oideis for the above Fertilizer of
.i sunirior nualiiv. tboroucblv cured
and warranted one of the best articles
of the kind in tho mniUct. Orders may
1)3 left with
L. P. HANSON, 200 Queen .lrcet,
G. II. SMYTH, Haw. Hotel Stable.
aO excliangn n No. 1 Piano for a
Horse and Pbaiton, or for n Horpc
and Drake. Inquiie at this ollice.
A MAN ami WOMAN. The man to
look- nftii bort-. nml the yard,
and the woman to do jjcncral house
work. Apply at the Uui.lwin oflice.
It. Thomas Muldoon regrets to
notify bis lrlonds and nations
that he lias suspended bm-lnnss for a
Mioit time owing to the illnes of his
brother. 95 ilt
WAUSTrN Whiting and Charles
Cieightnn, nitotnejH and coun.
eelloimu law, lime by mutual ui range
ment this day dihsolvcd their business
Honolulu, Miiich 17, 188?. 01 lw
VrOTIOEUlicioliy gieu that Choiig
I Bak, tf tho Aim of Tuck Lung
Ohong Co., doing business as ciirpeuteru
in Honolulu, ol which riam Key, Tuck
Sum und ('hong Hak are paitnurs, has
sold all his interest to Chung Lum.
Chung Lum assuming nil liubifitles of
said Chang Snk, as a partner in said
linn. 87 lw
riiHE undersigned having neon np.
JL pointed Executors of tho hiet Will
and 'lestnment of Lorcno Mnrchnnt,
late of Honolulu, ilcecusi.il, luquesls nil
persons who htve clnlmB against tliu
estnto of buid deceased, Becurcd or other
wise, to present Iho same duly sworn
to, to the uudeisigned within six rncntlis
from dato or they will Lo forever I arred,
ml nil persons indebted to said estate
to mnko immediate payment.
F. A. SCIIAEFEK,
Executoi of tho Inst Will and Testa
ment of L. Mnrchnnt, deceusid.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns. (3 per innum.
Attorney nml Counsellor nt I.nw.
No. 15 Knnhumanu street, ntljolnlnr;
ofttco formerly occupied by Hon. S. B.
Dole. 04 lw
- - -
""N Kinnu street No.
h.w. V- Hi): uailnr. a brt .
Zt slnhle and cnrii(i"o
house. Lot 100170 fett i gnrden.
fit) II' .1. B. IIHOWN & (JO.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BTWlii:NT Plikol and Kcc
1 iitiinoku strciU, lot inns
tlitough to Klni.u struct, 100
feet fiontnge. QtoJ iwluinpo. Colti(;o
contnini C rooms onrrhiRo house and
ttnblca for 3 or 4 huso. Hcnt $20 per
uiont'i. Apply to
J. B. HHOWN & CO.,
'4 tf i!s) Merchant street.
HpHKEE COTTAGES I
nt the Fisli Market.
l?OIt SALE FOR $350.
A CERTAIN Icaso with n
four loom c itlnge on
premises (lea'e for U years);
10 minutes' wnlk from tho Pot Olllco.
Inquire or J. M. VIVAS,
00 lw Merchant Etieci No. 12.
COTTAGE TO LET.
T7IVE minutes' wnlk
JC the Po-t onicc.
able for a bachelor.
J. M. MONSAKltAT.
COTTAGE on Lllihn
stiect, between Kins;
and School stieets. Kent $12
per month. Apply to
M. S. GHIXBAUM & CO.,
80 tf Queen sti eel.
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST & CO.'S. '
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WEST&' CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Allotypes and jcav Chromos, at
G. WESTJ CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and Frames, at
Purses, Ladies' Bags, Dressing Cases. Albums and
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
. west & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes,
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
Pianos and all kinds of Mimical Instruments
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
WEST & CO.'S, 105 Fort Street
FOR TWO WEEKS !
-SPECIAL CHEAP SALE::
Bargains in All Depart
menls! Prices Git i Two !
Prices Got li Two !
CHAS. J. FI3HEL,
Leading Millinery House,
Mattrasses made to ordor, at
Vool Combination Suits
Yery Low Rates and
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M, McIHERHY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Whoro will bo found an Elegant Dicplay ot Goods of such
grades, aa this corner has been always noted for.
Entire Now Lines of Goods selected by Mr. E. A. Mc-
Inemy now East. Among; my very General
Stock will be found
Ladies', Misses' & Chiidrens'
Frencli m Bntton
Ladies' Silk Hose.
Ladies' Silk and Merino
Ladies' Misses' & Ohildrens'
Men's Silk Undershirts & Drawers,
" Perforated Silk Undershirts.
Lisle Thread & Balbriggan Undershirts,
Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
White and Ked Shaker Flannel Undershirts
Anglo-India Gauze &
Boy's Undershirts. My
Men's Elegant Neck Wear, Very Choice Line of Sus
penders, Jouvins White and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Pine Biding and Driving Gloves,
Era? Style k U ii leu's Hals & Boy's Straw Hats
Umbrellas, Walking Canes in Solid Heads
Gold and Silver.
fTX-r&krfniie BlPiffpMi.i "&gj5l!ro
I have the most Complete Assortment in Elegant Fashion
able Styles from the best houses in the United States.
Very Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dress 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, Nail and Hair Brushes,
Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate),
Cliice Perfumes ail Ota Toilet Articles. .
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks,
Gents' Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Rugs, (very fine), which every traveler ought to
Tie Usual Me Stick of Mies' Geat's & Boy's
GOLD & SILVER
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous G0RHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
tSTN. B.No Plated QoodB Sold in tbii EstablishmenlvTSa
Thanking tho public generally for the 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. r- 80 lm
Peb. & St. Goat But. Boots,
Dongola Kid Button Boots,
Shoes & Slippers, vari. styles,
usual Fine Assortment of
l&H Km i vvi Ul ffl
s Fine Shoes & Slippers