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Honolulu, 11. 1., Feb. 10, 1888.
Notice is hereby given to nil em
ployees of the llnnniinn Goern
merit, and to other persons to whom
moneys may bo duu ut the Hawaiian
Treasury on or bufore Mutch III,
1888, to present vouchers for settle
ment on or befoie Hint (Into; anil nil
persons hnving moneys on nccount
of the Government mo lcquested to
mnke tlieir lotuius promptly, in
order that there mny bo no delay in
closing the ncconnts foi the fiscal
period ending Mnrch III, 1888.
W. L. G1JEEN.
08 tf Minister of Finance.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands
Draw Exchange on the
Bnnlc oi: Culil'oruia, H. IP.
And tliolr agonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 51. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zcnlnml: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for tie benefit of all.
THURSDAY, IMARCII 22, 1888.
Au English writer, in the view of
the business, social, and political
situation in England, has blown a
blast in the "National Review," and
some echoes of his utterances may
touch responsive chords in some
prevalent sentiments in this com
munity. He finds in the circum
stances of the present period indica
tions of outbreaking fanaticisms.
such as has startled the world in
former times, and yet after the bhock
has passed has been seen to be the
prelude of clearer skies and purer
air, as out from the thunders and
lightnings of Sinai came the wonder
ful moral teachings of the Deca
logue. Fanaticism is impatient of
what seems moral or political evil,
yet in its one-eyed vision of the
world is intolerant of argument or
opposition. Fanatics, with their
sense of absolute Tightness in them
selves, and of absolute depravity in
others, are the results as well as the
precursors of hurricane episodes in
the life of nations.
In the Temperance Reform, and
the Social Purity Crusade, we see
this impatience to purify humanity,
the intolerance of any impediment
to the attainment of what may be a
most desirable object, an exaltation
of pious motives in justification of
brutal and relentless outrages on
decency and propriety. The fana
tical impulse shows itself in the im
patience which sobriety in the use
of alcoholic liquors must be forced
upon the community. It must tri
umph at once, without any delay,
without all this nonsense about pru
dence and policy and ultimate bene
fits. "With this irascibility towards
all who presume to differ from them,
it is not wonderful that our modern
temperance fanatics can think of
nothing but getting their fads foisted
upon the country by hasty legisla
tion. The rise and progress of tho Sal
vation Army is another character
istic feature of the modern tendency
towards fanaticism. The mysteries
of the Christian religion are vulgar
ized with the verbiage of the gutter.
The excuses for all this coarsening
of religious truth and life aro fami
liar. The methods are bad, but if
they do good . That "if" takes
the fibre and back-bone out of many
who ought to have said, "Tho me
thods are bad, and we aro opposed
to them." Jt is this ilaccidity of
popular sentiment, which is the
fanatics opportunity, emboldened
by this want of courage in sensible
people to act upon tho perception of
ultimate, as well as immediate, re-
suits. That a faw pugislists and
burglars should now talk blasphemy
with a whine instead of a leer, will
be small consolation when the impact
of thin ulcerous virus shall have
hardened into a dangerous mass tho
flabby tissue it assails in our body
No man has ilono moro popular
political bewilderment than the Mas
ter of Ilawarden. Gladslonianism
in English politics means degener
acy in mental and moral fibre, the
precursor of a dangerous outbreak
of political fanaticism. That "grand
old statcstnnn" imbues his followers
with the notion Hint he, and only he
of all their leaders, is right and
righteous, and that others nic light
and lighteous only so far as they
follow his lead. lie leaves the
people's heads alone, llo goes into
raptures over the "great heart" of
tho many headed, for lie knows this
will bend the muddled head, lie
has his Inrgest following among
those who have adopted wild and
crude humanitaiian theories that
flatter individual conceit, while ab
solving from individual adherence
to the right. This threatens the over
throw of those who have hitherto con
sidered themselves the ruling class,
the standing order; and indicates
the apostasy of English Gladstonians
from every sound principle of politi
cal life and usages in the past his
tory of Old England. The material
progress of the century is displacing
the ballast of the unstable elements
in our modern society. Tho rapid
diffusion of news makes sound judg
ment difllcult. More and more is
taken on trust, till a vapid super
ficiality, easily hoodwinked, is every
where prevalent, and furnishes the
seed-bed for malignant and rancor
HONOLULU RESPECTS THE ME
MORY OF EMPEROR WILLIAM.
Had Empctor "William of Ger
many lived until to-day he would
have seen his 91st biithday anniver
sary, nnd the event would have been
becomingly celebrated by Germans
in Honolulu, as well as in the
Empire over which the Emperor
ruled for seventeen years. But
within two weeks of the date of the
anniversary "William placed aside
his crown and sceptre, ami passed
from life into the regions of death.
Therefore, the people whom ho ruled
and over whom he reigned, are to
day mourning instead of rejoicing,
and here in Honolulu those who
were subjects of the late Emperor
join with those in the fatherland in
tokens of grief and respect for the
departed monarch. The German
business houses of the city have been
closed throughout the day, and
nearly all business establishments of
other nationalities, along with the
banks, have closed a portion of the
day. Tho Government offices, with
the Courts and Custom IIouse,closcd
from 10 o'clock a. m. to 1 v. m.
Flags have unfurled to the breeze at
half mast thioiighout the day and
throughout the city. At 11 o'clock
Memorial services were held in St.
Andrew's Cathedral, at which a
crowded audience attended, in which
were His Majesty the King and
other members of the Royal Family,
the foreign Diplomatic and Consular
representatives, and about 70 of the
Honolulu Rifles in full dress uni
form, with side arms. The musical
selections weie appropriate to the
occasion, and weie well rendered.
The Rev. Geo. Wallace delivered a
truly eloquent address, which was
listened to with deep attention. The
whole service was solemn and inter
esting, and the large audienco evi
denced that its respect for the dead
Emperor was heait-felt and not
merely formal. Thus, in brief, has
been commemorated the 91st biith
day of the departed in Honolulu.
DANGER TO THE FISHERY TREATY IN
The Democratic Senators are per
fectly free to act as they please.
The tariff pioclivities of some and
tho anti-English sentiments of others
may produce a (substantial Demo
cratic vote against the treat'. Cau
tious and timid Senators of either
paity, may be averse to making the
expciiinent at this time when new
issues arc full of political risks.
They may prefer doing noihiug
that is, lejecting the liealy and Jet
ting things stand au belore as the
baler course. The American-Irish
yote is too strong to bo neglected by
tho politicians, Democratic or Re
publican. It is piactically united
m denunciation of any treaty which
promises to heal dissensions be
tween the United Slates and Eng
land. Mr. Chamberlain is one of
tho pet aversions of our Irish fellow
countrymen. They want tho treaty
knocked on the heart if only because
he is England's first Fishery Com
missioner and an upholder of the
coercion policy which tlioy so
fiercely lesent in its application to
Ireland. If this opposition is un
heeded at Washington in the Presi
dential year we shall be indeed as
tonished. And so on all accounts
tho prospects for a ratification of
tho treaty are far from fluttering.
If it is rejected wo do not see any
reasonable chance of obtaining a
better one. The representatives of
England, Canada and the United
States have evidently done their
best to come to a satisfactory agree
ment. At the worst, it will bo pos
sible for tho United States and
Canada to got along without a
treaty, as they have already done,
relying upon the good senso of the
people nnd statesmen of the two
countries to redtioc the fiiclion to a
minimum and still keep the ques
tion in train for final amicable set
tlement, N. Y. Journal of Com
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
11 older of Mr. A. J Cariwtiglit,
Ali;iitc f Die IliinluunllSst'ito of
It. W Jiini?, 1 will tell ut Public
Auotlmi ut tho Moio of D. Mc
Ketizlc, Fort struct, Honolulu,
On FRIDAY, March 23rd, 1888,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. -It.,
HE ENTIRE STOCK
Sacks lb nn, trunks B.uluy,
Sacks Whii'it, Sucks Middling,
Sacks Corn, Sacks O. (J. Meal,
52 JBMJes-J oi" JH.ay9
Warehouse Sritfc, Truck,
1 Horse, Set Ilirncs;,
2 Dollvciy Wngons,
IIouso, Stables and Lease,
1 Ofileu Desk, 1 Knfc, &e., &c.
JAS. IT. MORGAN,
1)5 fit Auctioneer.
On SATURDAY, March 2h,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my salej loom. Queen St., I will sell
nt public auction,
Groceries, Sntks Potatoes,
Sa(ks Coin, &u.
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 Concoid Buggy,
1 two wheel Brake, and
1 New Top Buggy.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
I wlvcrtifo in tln Daily Hutxhtin.
fTUIE pen-on iho walked oil' with an
JL umbiclhi fiom the Pncilic Naviga.
tion Go's olilce, the other day, is known,
nnd will stive tiouble by returning it.
nPO exclmngo a No. 1 l'iano for a
X Hore and Phaeton, or for n Horse
mid Brake. Impiim at this olilce.
A MAN and WOMAN. The man to
look after horses nml the yanl,
and the womnn to do aeucial house
work. Apply nt the Bulli.iin olilce.
rpiIE undcrf iguuil having liecn ap
JL polnltd Aigr.cc of tho Kslalc
of II. W. h.iiii(,lankrupt, rtimcats
all i ii-ons ho have claims against the
is'.Uii ot b.iid It. W. Lnine, M'cuii'ri or
otherwise, to pic-.eiu the sinio duly
sworn to, and all perrons indebted to
(aid Esialu are requested to make imme.
dinto payment to
a j. oAimvmuriT,
Amlisnce of tho Ebtato of It. W.
Honolulu, Maieh lfllli, 1SS8.. !)! 3w
npilK underhlgned having been ap.
JL pointed Executors of tho last Will
and Testament of Lorenzo Marchunt,
latu ot Honolulu, derw.sid, requests all
persons who luvo claims njralust the
estate ot taid dtoeafed, eoeuicd or other
wise, to pie-ent the mine dnl sworn
to, to the undersigned within fix intntlis
from dntuor liny will lutoivwr I ut led,
and all peismih indihled to t-.itfl i.-talo
to make im medium pawnen'.
V. A. 'SCHAWEH,
Executoi of the last AVI 1 nml TiS'u
iiienl ot L. M.iicb.iut, dexcuRd.
TO THE PUIJMO. .
T THE UNDEHSIG NED, Ah Young,
JLj have lived In Honolulu lor tui
yours, working for loielgnorH, and huvo
committed no oll'cnso in this country.
I know of a gambling house, which la
constantly ill led with Chinese gamhlbM,
some of whom huvo lived Dili o for three
jour, with no oilier woik than finnib.
ling nt nil times. 1 know this gambling
house, into which they aro constantly
going, mill I huvu lost much money In
it mjsolf. This is why I wish this
gambling house btopped. 1 was sum
moned to appear befoie tho Court, nnd
theio ganiiiluiA vtcro arieued for the
oU'eiiru of gambling. 1 was the witness
bufoiti tho Court. Thcrtfoiu they uie
iii'Ury with mo for my leslimrnv In Iho
Mini, mil wirh to kill me. For this
teuton, 1 publish these f'lots before the
people. (Slt'iud) AH YOUNG.
Honolulu, March 10, 1888. Cfl 4t
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns, f 3 per innum.
Attorney nml C'ouiiHolIor nt t.nw.
No. lti Knahnmnnu street, ndjolnlnjj
ofllro formerly occupied by Hon. S. B.
Dolo. Ot lw
a.Sa . fT$ Klnnii sheet No.
-IfMfcSL V Ml, jHHlnr, 3 bid.
rgyjlffa '""'V' ""V-iiit's room,
-"mome--1- stable and enrringo
house. Lot 100il70 feet; garden.
no tr j. e. imowN & co.
COTTAGE TO JDET ON
W4. T)ET WKEN Piikol and Kee.
iminokii streCti, lot runs
through to ICluau street, 100
fcit frontage. Gcol pnstiiiiige. Coltigo
conlninv 5 room-, carriage house and
(tables for 3 or 4 hotses. ltent- $20 per
month. Apply to
J. E. BUOWN & CO.,
! 4 tf 23 Mcrchnut street.
a TUIREE COTTAGES
lw JL Pal a m a.
FOR LEASE OR RENT.
OR lent or lease the house
Mfi JL and lot on the Plains,
sa facing tho Baseball Grounds,
nnd nt present occupied by the under.
signed. For particulars apply In
CO lm II. BERGKU.
COTTAGE TO LET.
K&A.& T71VE minutes' walk fiom
2sj38 able for a hnnheloi.
J. M. MONSARRAT.
SV. &. A COTTAGE on Llliha
&"&$& -ci- sticct, between King
S2a and School streets. Rent 12
per month. Apply to
M. S. GR1XRAUM & CO.,
80 tf Queen sticet.
88 lw .
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST & CO,
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Artotypes and New Chromos, at
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and
Purses, Ladies' Bags, Dressing Cases, Albums and
Scrap Books, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
Baby Carriages, Doll Ctirriages, Boy's Carts and Small
"Wheel Barrows, at
ii. WEST & CO.'S.
Comb's, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST & CG.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars; Accordeons, Drums, Flutes,
Yiolins, Banjos, &c, &c, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Guitar, Yiolin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
G, WEST J CO.'S,
Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to order, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instruments Tunecl and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, warranted Singers, at
'EST & CO.'S, 105
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Cor. Fort and Holol Sis.
Wo Will Sell
22i dozen Ladles Linen Ca; c Cellars nt
10 cents each
Hamburg Edging from fie. up
320 perfect-utting Misses' Corsets nt 25e
21(1 doz Gent's Cotton Undershirt? at 25o
181do7en Misses' nnd Children's Silk.
clocked Hose, full flnbh, '.'fie.
20j dozen Men's Sllk-cloi k d Ho c, full
finish $2.50 per do.
ICO doz McnN Ribbed Ho-e, fn'l llnlsh,
nt S2.C0 per doz.
03 doz Gent's Col. Shirts, collars and
cutr-i, atfiOc eich.
51 dozen Boy's Straw lints, fiOc. each,
70 doz Children's School Hats at GCc,
We mean to keep trade lively.
Visit oar cstablisl men!, atk our prices,
nnd you will think so too.
Have been selling cheap, but the present
stock will go for a uicro song.
This great cut is
FOR TWO WEEKS OEY !
Ghas. J. Fisheli
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M. McINERNY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Whoro will bo found an Elogant Display oi Goods of ouch
grades, as thiB corner has boon always noted for.
Entire New Lines of Goods selected by Mr. E. A. Mc-
Inerny now East. Among my very General
Stock will be found
Ladies', Misses' & Childrens'
KM Button Boots ai
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
" " "
" " "
Jbaciies' ttillc Hose,
Ladies' Silk and Merino
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
Men's Silk Undershirts & Drawers,
" Perforated Silk Undershirts,
" Lisle Thread & Balbriggan Undershirts,
11 Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
" White and Ked Shaker Flannel Undershirts and
" 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 While and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Fine Riding and Driving Gloves,
Every Style k SMe in leu's Hats & Boy's Straw Hats
Umbrellas, Walking Canes in Solid Heads
Gold and Silver.
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'
Maqe and Will Give Very General Satisfaction. . ;y
T . 1 T- .1. . T7-
j.azorH auu jl ockcl jvnives,
Jxazor btraps and Brushes,
Tooth, JNail and Hair Brushes,
Till i- r...i "r....i c .L-i
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate) , A" '
Gbolce PerfBias ail Otto Toilet Articles. '
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks, ;
Gents' Solid Sole Leather Valises, f
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Rugs, (very fine) , which every traveler d.ught to
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous G0RHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
E5TN. B.No Plated Goods Sold in this Establielimeii'.-iSwt
Thanking tho 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 !N"ew 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
- l''ll '
Peb. & St. Goat But. Boots,.
Dongolsi Kid Button Boots,
Shoes Ss Slippers, vari. styles,
Lisle and Balbrigan Hose,
joacit ocraumers, ,
of Mies' Gent
k Boy's - v
if ' A'
' A "
l, SWift .