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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian IMamls.
Draw KxchanRO on tho
Bauk of CiUlibrala, H. IT.
Anil their ngcnts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Mc9rn. N. M. Hothsoliliil & Con, London
Tlio Commercial ISank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co, of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zcnlnnd : Auckland,
Ckrlstchurck, and Wellington,
Tha Bank of British Columbln, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a Gcneinl Banking Business
fifi!) 1 y
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1888.
BURDEN GH THE BRAIN.
"Vc have long been thoroughly
sick of the perpetual reference, oral
and written, to the 80th of June and
the piodigious doings of people,
who by their deeds on that memo
rable day and tho two or three days
next following placed the country
under everlasting obligation to
them. Such talk, in dull times
and a dull town, for a vt liilc served
as a little diversion. So far, and in
the absence of something better, it
was acceptable. But we have had
enough quite enough in fact, too
much. It has become nauseat
ing. "We -.nnt a rest, a long and
never-ending rest, from this stale
and musty old preserve. And yet
it seems that we are doomed to keep
on wanting, and want is destined to
lord it over us. Some people it
would appear, have so dwelt upon
the distinguished services they ren
dered on that great day of all days
in the wot Id's history in general
and Hawaii's history in particular,
and so brooded over the wrongs
they have endured by not having
been hoisted into positions of emo
lument, that the services and the
wrongs have assumed the form of a
hurtful burden on the brain. No
doubt the alllicted sufferers have the
sympathy of all good-hearted peo
ple, but to attempt the removal of
the burden would be a futile under
taking. It would be a real relief if
these people could only be given to
see that their special claims are per
ceptible only to themselves, and
they are a very small piopoition of
the whole community.
Editor Bulletin : As j-our
colums have been used to expiess
some opinions on the contract for
matting recently awarded, allow us
to state, that the advertisement call
ing for tenders was duly made and
responded to by us among others.
The tenders have been published,
and we were fairlj' beaten. Had
our bid been the lowest we should
have expected the contract, as it
was not, we not only have no fault
to find, but consider the Govern
ment did right in awarding it to the
one who was lowest. Our price was
based on white labor, but we did
not decline to compete with Chinese.
We trust no one will take occasion
to place any blame for us, where we
attach none ourselves,
JLiEweks & Cooke.
April 2, 1888.
COMPARISONS ARE 0DI00S.
Editok Bulletin : Your cor
respondent who writes under the
signature of L is a little bit off the
track when he accuses Kaleidoscope
or refers to him ns a stuck pig. I
for one think K. is right. If L is
in so much favor of the Chinese and
deems the action of tho Government
just, let mo ask him how he would
like to work for Chinese wagos, and
is ho aware that whrn tho white
man leaves here through compul
tion L will find the Chinese will de
mand the same pay as the whito
man? Ho will tell the Government
he sabbee just tlic same as haole or
Melican man. Does the voting
come from Chinamen who placed the
Government men in olllce? Who
will vote at the next election? Not
quite as many white men, at least
not for the same Government olll
cials. Should there be any more
trouble L will find that not so many
youths or men will shoulder a gun,
except to piotcct themselves. We
are against you, at least a laigo
majority of us, the names of whom
I can give if called upon. Like the
Portuguese, I leave this country to
those whose only object is gain.
Now you will hear my experience
of those glowing promises during
tho quarantine. I applied for u
situation as guard, which 1 got after
waiting till the labt. On coming
a second time for a like situation,
I was told by Sir. Reynolds that he
did not want the same men to have the
guard situations all the time; he
wanted to make a change. So far,
so good. Has he done so? No. But
he kept on uu Englishman that has
only been in this country a few
months, who in that short space
of time has been kept steady in the
employ of the Board of Ilenllli, as
long as the quarantine lasted. Why
i3 it that this man got tho prefer
ence, ho not being hero at the
time of the excitement of the now
Constitution, neither did he take
the oath to support thoso to gain
their object? Keep your work;
give it to those that never did any
thing for the benefit of the country.
A great many of us can cleat ly see
that we have been duped. The
time may come again when you will
lequiic our aid, but a great many
of us will not be there. Wo don't
know you nor your clan.
If L is a Chinese lover, let him
take a tour atound the South Sea
Islands, Fiji, Friendly Islands, Sa
mon and Tahiti, lie will rocelvea
grand reception. Remember the
Anti-Chinese league ; recollect that
they arc allowed a vote. L might
want to make a suggestion to the
Legislature to allow the Chinese tho
privilege of voting.
These aic my sentiments. Tiue
ones don't make piomiscs if they
don't intend to keep them. Now
Mr. L, come again. Should Mr. L
correspond through your columns
again, I hope lie will not be afiaid
to sign his full inline.
F. II. had better read L's com
munication again. He has placed
an entirely wrong constitution on
it. Its meaning is clear enough,
but notwithstanding this fact F. II.
has evidently missed the point.
The fire near Lihuo that was rc
poi ted in last week's papers, con
tinued to burn the greater part of
this week. Many thousand acies of
pasturag"e were dcstioyed, and the
fne extended into the forests that
cover our mountains. On Wednes
day night five separate columns of
llame were distinctly visible at dif
ferent points in the mountains, and
it was a very pretty sight, remind
ing one of bivouac fires kindled l3
an encampment. A heavy rainfall
on Thursday effectually quelled the
A very impressive servico was
held at the German Lutheran
cliuich last Sunday, in memory of
the late Emperor of German, peo
ple coming all the way from Koloa
to attend. Two fine chorals and
one funeral hymn wcie ably tender
ed by the choir, which consist of
male voices only, and the depth of
their tones added solemnity to the
sad music. Rev. Mr. lsenberg
crave a heartfelt uddiess, in which
was blended soirow for the loss that
Germany and the German people
have sustained, and gratitude to the
All-Giver for having given them
such a wise and good nionaicli. He
related several instances which
proved the late Emperor to li.-uc
been a God-fearing man, and pi.-yed
that the new Emperor might follow
in the footsteps of his glorious pre
decessor. Good Friday was kept as a gene
ral holiday. There was no woik
done at the mill, nor in the fields,
and the school was closed. Reli
gious sei vices weie held in the Ger
man church, and also in the Catholic
chinch in Kopaia. Both places of
worship were filled with a devout
Mr. Forsyth is making a tour of
Kauai, in order to asceitain whether
our land is capable of growing cof
fee. If so, it will be a new field of
labor for the people.
roit tiiu month or jiAncn.
The total number of deaths leported
for the month of Maicli, 1888, w. is Co,
diatiihu ed as follows:
Under 1 year.... 10
From 1 to 5 3
Fiom 5 to 10.... 3
From 10 to 120... 5
From 20 to UO... 5
From 30 to -10. . ,
From 40 to f0..,
From fii) to (JO...
Fiom CO to 70...
Jinks, R0 Females, 10
Gie.it Biltalu .. 1
Aiuui ic.ins :i
Olhei nations.. . 2
causu or death
Child Illith 1
Until, rous mouth 1
Di. of Ileait...
DI-. of Ili.iln...
Di-j. of Kidney
Number unattended.. ..
Mur., 18S1 40 Jlar.
Mar., 18S5 G2 Jlar.
Mar., lri'-O 44
Annual death r.ito per 1000 for mouth
SICKNESS IN THi: SCHOOLS.
School. Scholars, Sick.
FoitStiePt School 108 4
Royal School :)lfi 7
I'oiuilcilua School 101 0
bt. Louis' College : fi 0
Piepaiatory School In vacation,
J. II. BltOWN,
Agent Boaid of Health.
COTTAGES TO LET.
npWO COTTAGES fully
1 appointed, lieuuilfnjjy
located, wilhin fi minutes'
walk of tlio Post Office. Ati opportu
nity Mldcm olU'iul to mluiu u comfort
able home within ciibv reach of the
n.irt of the cltv. Foi mini.
fMlllira fnnlllr nt
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
HITCHING 8T11AP. Owner can
have same liy piovlnc property
and nnyinii cost of this notice
nt this office
no 7 at
Anti - Asiatic Union.
A MEETING of the nbovo orpanbn.
linn will take place Tills (lues
day) EVENING nt the 'Old Armory,"
pecteJ to bo present.
While the bridge at Wnikiki Is
icing reconitincted, one side of It
only will be open to traffic. People
aie cautioned to drbc cnrolnlly
over it, and to lefialn fiom carry,
nig heavy loads.
II. F. IIEDBARD,
C07 tf Koad Super-lor.
Buns ! Buns ! Buns I
AS my Hot Croa Huns, on Good
Fildaj lait ItiiM- f.'lcn 1-0 eon.
eral satisfaction on 01c nut of tin i r
vety tine qtrill'.v, 1 urn c ntlnimlly re
I'tii'stul to continue to iml.u the same,
1 take plu'iRine In itifoimitiji my cn.
tonn-ri and the public generally that 1
Intend to make Hun ot sl'll fir tlncr
iunllty call id in Germany the ' Kmperor
KinDtis Jocph U in-,'' vuitu Ini 10 any
that no olliui eit ihlUnmi'iil in Honolulu
cm produce, 11s (lie practical making of
them U only kiiouu to mn In Honolulu.
Practical Confectioner &Pa-.ti Cook.
J? JR. 3BS5 JCI
Frozen & Oysters
Per P. S AMstialia,
II. .F. XI.TK, Proprietor.
. BACKFELD & CO.
Hae jut rtcehrd per buk "Dcutscli
land" fiom Europe, an assorted
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS I
Which they oiler to tho trade
It Lowest Met
a cimir ( h na nan, as Convist,
lutci meter or Ti.iutciilicr in a
I iuvui otiiic. Inuuiio of Alilo, No 8!
Xuuanu street. tOO 1
TWO nicelv embroidered Gents shirts
weioloston iNituirtay evening on
ilio Ewa side of the 1 ridge. The Under
will conlci a favour by leiving them at
the Elele Olllce, King s root. 000 3t
SHIP FOR SALE!
Now dKehmging a cireo of general
merchandise from New York, is
offered for sale. Ve-S"l rates fi.O L. 11
In Bureau Vciilns or A1J4 in Amciicnn
Itecord; hi 717 tons Kouistcr, and can
cirry 1,100 lnui; torn, ol coil. Vessel is
in good (onditinn, and well furnished
For fin ther particulars apply to Cap
tain Freeman, on lioird, or to
CASTLE & COOKE,
EOll SAN FRANCISCO,
Tl t Al iitpn p'up
Will hae Honolulu for the almvu
Tuesday, April. IO,
Foi Fioluht or I'nsnigt., apply to
WH, G. IRWIN & CO.', Agents.
rP0 Ihu Ciedilois.
ol Ihu EsliilcofF.
& Co.. of II it ii ii .
.unii, Diiuurupib iiiku nonce.
That lliu iiiuUrslgneri, Assignee of
the Eotato of , Kauiuiakiiolo it Co.,
bankrupt'', 1ms preparaioty to his Dual
ticeounl ii nil dividend Hiibinittcd his ac.
cotiuti us such assignee and tiled tho
same before Hon. A. F, Jiuld, Chief
.Justice of tlio Hupicmo Coin I, at his
Uiauiben1, to whom he will apply at 10
n'clonh A. m. on F1UDAY, the l.ltli dny
of Apiil next, for vuttlunciH of said ac
coiinis mid for a disclitugo fiom all
liability a tuch nsslgiuo and fjr an
order to make a llnaljiivldulHl.
And tluii any pithon inierested nmy
Ihiu mid tlicio lint er and cutest tlio
nunc. W. O. 1-AHK13,
Asbigmu Estate of I. Kaulwakaolo
Honolulu, Jlurch 31, 188. 05 4t
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey,
Assignee's Sale !
By order of Leo Tat Sam and Jack
Lung, Assignees' of the Bankrupt
Estate of Quotig Yuen & On , I
will toll in Pulille Auction,
at their sto-o, No. G4
On WJSIXXBSSSKAV, April -JUIi,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. K
The Entlro tock of Morohnndiso of
said bankrupt estate, consisting of
China Groceries 1 Clothing !
Stationery, Crockery, Tobacco,
Fihow Canes, Counter, Etc., Etc.
Also, Ono Platform Scale 1
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Administrator's Sale !
I am instrcc'el by F A. So'inefcr. Ad.
nilnl.iiator of the IMuc of Ci pt L.
M 1Kb nit, duceiucl, to tell at Public
Auction, at my Silc'rooms, curuir of
Foil and Q icen sticels, Honolulu,
On FRIDAY, April 6th,
AT IO O'CIiOCJ". A. 31.
The wbnle of the block nf Merchandise
and eflocts belonging to s.dd Kbtate
consisting of a iy Choice Lot of
Gun. Meerschaum Pipes & Cigar Holders
I'rui Wood A China Pi Cd, 31 itch
ilcs& Mutches Manila & Hatana
Cigafr, i-inuking Fine Cut & Plug
Walking Canes, Iron Safe, Show Cases,
I.aiii'iH, I'(r., i;(c. i;ic, Kle., J'.tc.
Also, 1 complete Soda Water Fountain,
"Willi an assortment of Syrups.
N. 15 The Auctioned calls spiclnl at.
tendon of aintiteui smokeis to the above
well known cj hetiun.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
807 31 Auc ionecr.
On FRIDAY, April 6th, 1888,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOV,
I will soil at Pnb'ic Auction, at my
Salesioom, u Lari-e Quantity of
ll.'inocd to my Sule-i'om for couveni.
e'nee of Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
907 3t Auctioneer.
TO the Crcditorb of the E tato of
Jarnes W haluilciiiu ot Waimeii,
Kauai, a lianki ujn, talu n jiicu.
Tn.it the iindersiiiid, A"Ignec of
the L'stute of June-. ". Kihilimu, a
Ji in lviupt. has tneji u itory to his final
account nnd diii iud -ubiuiticd his nc
counts us Midi assi4iiie and died the
Ktnne before lion. A F. Judd, Chi f
Justice ol the Stipi me Court, al hi
Cham bcr-', to whom h- will a plvatlO
o'clock a. m on.MOMDW, the !Jtli day
of Apiil next, for teillement of bind tic
riums mi it lor a discharge fimn ail
liability as huch a-sij.n ami for an
oniei to make a lliml oividcttd.
And that any pen-on interLSled may
then ami tbeic appou aiid conttstthu
same. V. C. 1-AKKE,
Assignee Esta'c of Jainc W. Kuiia.
IIoiiolulu, JIarcli 81, 1838. 005 Ht
Cooked Tare Flour !
The cw PrcceEs to make the Best
of Poi with haidly any
rPHD Hawaii in Fmit & Taio Com
X puny of Wruluku, if.ini, will ho
nicpartd to supply tin- public of Mono,
iulu and tho other Island, on tho 2ml
day ot Ap'il, 188S, wiili a new prepara
lion of Tiro Flout culled MJOICKD
TAHO FLOIIK. This ariidc in far
snpeiior to tho o'd law Tuo Flour.
TUh arti'le is nluudy cooked and it ie.
quires baldly any woik to tnul.o the
lieit ot Foi and ot'ier receipt, liy add.
injj Cooked Taro Flour to boiling hot
water liko pr. pating emu nual your
Pol is nindi' in oiill'. Thco dc 1 ini:
bour Pol will hive to let it Hand !M
hours. If ton thin oi biur ud.l fnsh
pa -.to of Cooked 'laio I lour Onrie.
celpts with each bagi will give lull pn.
ticuhud. It our dli tcilons with cucli
bug aro stni'tly follow 1 it w not
ftil to inako the cktuusi and best ot
I'oi. This now proce.s ol Coolctd Taro
Flour Is nindo by miichiiitiy to there
cannot bo any dirlines-. or llllhiiic-b in
this way of niakiiu' Pol. All grocerv
suirts will bo ftu fished with Cookeil
Taro Floui on tlio ubntn date. Oiu k.
tall price per 0 lb. bag will be 40 cents
per Bag in Ildioiulii. Any ovir-diurge
will lie rolundol by notifying "V, (.
Coinmingb Hell Teleplionc No H25. All
oiders ftuni tho other IhIhiuIb cm ho
lllled y Kiiiliit-; yo, rudcrto
W. H. DANIELS, Wana-rer.
W. H. CUMMINGS, Agent,
CSyTlte Company 1 prcpand if to
desiicd to supply hard Poi, not iutli.d
iug lots of water, in one or ninie Imrtclc
or bug lots, at lowest pos-ible pi ices.
i: beg to Intlmato that Mr. "W. L.
Orten who has hithcrlo. with
Mr. G. "ir. Macfarlitno, conducled rur
ageniyherc, leiires fiom the bame as
( u Ibt.Ianuiiiy, 1 8.
Mr. fJ. AV. M icfailtine, ntshted bv
Mr. Ilobett Canon, will continue to
repnseiit our dun bore.
MIltllJ.r-E-, WAT-OM .t CO.
Honolulu, yjnl February, 1888,
rVHE DAILY BULLETIN isallvo
JL evening papor, 50 cents per monlh.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, April 4th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Atthtite-ldtnce of Mr. W. T. Klmads,
No. at 0, lien taula strict, corner of IU re.
tnnlti and 1'llkol streets, I will sell at
Public Auction, on account of departure
Tlio Entire Household Furniture
One Elocant B.W. Pai-lorSBt
Upholstered in Haw Silk,
Largo Center Rugs, 1 Grand Piano,
Oil Paintings, Panel Pictmcs,
1 Handsome M.T. Bedroom Set
Spiing and llilr Matlr't'iP,
Black Wal. Extension Table
15. W. Blnlujr Jlonm Chtiir,
Crockery mid G'nsswnip,
B. AV. Blarble T. Siilubiinrd
Stovits and Utciibl' .
1 Timolol, in ajooci order,
1'tc, Lto, Etc., Etc.
JAS. IT. HOIIGAN,
)03 fit Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF.
On THURSDAY, April Bth,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At iho residence of Dr. P.P.Gray,
AliikiM 8ti cit. (on account of dpp ir.
tun) I will sell at Publio .ucion,
tlio I'lHiro Uou-ehold Furniture,
Large Center and Sofa Rugs,
Vicki'r .t Kittm Rochers,
Wicker K.uy Clmiis,
Japaiese it CluucbO Vacs,
Oil l'niiitlnu of Inland Scenery,
11. W. Miirbli-top Center Tabic,
limb oid red F-a-y Chair,
Hand Painted Mirror, Lambrequins,
EinbroldeieiJ Plush Banners,
Curtains and Poles,
Carved B.Y. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
1 Ash Bedroom Sit,
I 11 W Mirbli.top l5cdrooin Set,
Spiing and Iiiiir Mat'ie oj,
Moupiito Nets tn.il Pillows,
Bias ff. Extension Wle
Dining Kootn Chairs,
1 Upholstered Loungo,
B. W. BOOK CASE,
1 Wot coster Tei SU,
Cro ke y and Glassware,
Me it Safe, Gamut II to Also,
Stove & Utensils,
I Top Brake,
., I Set Harness.
ESTTlie premises will be open for in
spection TO-MOKHOW fiom 10 a. m. to
2 r. r.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
TO") td Auctioneer.
TOURIST SEASON !
Basket Trunks I
Covered with Leather. A few of theso
Uubruik-iblo Trunks to hand.
Solid Leather Portmanteaus!
FOH SALE BY
. I DAVIES & CO.
rpilE undertlgned having been ap.
JL pointed Assignee of the Estate
of 11. W. Lalne, bankrupt, request
all persons who have claims agaitiht tlio
(state of Faid It. W Luinc, -.retired or
otherwise, to pit-sent the riiiho duly
Hworn to, and till pen-ons ini'ebled to
fcnid E.tato nro lcqui-Etid to make iinme.
diate payinciit to
a J oAimviuoriT.
Aisk'tteo of tlio Estate of It. W.
Honolulu, Mutch IStli, 1FS8. fl) 3iv
Notice of Election,
AT tho atlnual meeting of the Wood
lawn Iltiry .! block Co. held
March S'hh, 1888, the follow ftij,' oflltcrs
weie ckct'il for lite ensuing ye.ir:
H. F. Ml invliam.. . Pieslihnt,
T. . Hob o-! Vici-.Pietideat,
V. O. Smith hetietary,
A. L Binllb Tie istiier,
W-F. Allen Auditor!
The above live oflleeis constitute the
Board of l"ircutois.
WILLIAM O SMITH,
Houolnlu, Vniclt 0, 18P8. ',04 3t
MJ Htablu and Caulago Iloute.
Iitquiro at the IIuu.hTiK olllce.
F YOU VVANT A SITUATION
. advcrtUo in tho Daily Buixmih.
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M. MoINBRHY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Whoro will bo found nn Elegant Display ot Goods of such
grndoB, as this corner has boon always noted for.
Entire Now Lines of Goods Belected by Mr. E. A. Mc
Inerny now East. Among my very General
Stock will be found
Ladies', hisses' & Childrens'
M Bntlon Boots and.
Ladies' Misses' & Cbildreiis' Pcb. & St. Gout But. Boots,
" " '- .Dongolu Kid Button Boots,
" " " SIioGkS & Slippers, vari. styles,
Ladies' Silk Hose.
Ladies' Silk and Merino Undevvcsts,
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Lisle and Balbrigan Hoso,
MEN'S SILK HALF HOSE,
Men's Silk Undershirts & Drawers,
" Perforated Silk Undershirts,
" Lisle Thread & Balbriggan Undershirts,
" Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
" White and Red Shaker Flannel Undershirts and.
" Anglo-India Gauze & Merino Undershirts. ,
Bo's Undershirts. My usual Pine Assortment of
Men's end Eoy5s Fine Shoes & Slippers
Men's Elegant IsTeck Wear, Very Choice Line of Sus
penders, Jouvms White and Colored lvid Gloves,
Gent's Pine Riding and Driving Gloves,
Every style & Hi in leu's Hals & Boy's Straw Eats
Umbrellas, Walking Canes in Solid Heads
Gold and Silver.
I have tbe most Complete Assortment in Elegant Fashion
able Styles from the best houses in tbe United States.
Very Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dress Suits,
Black Frock Suits.
All My Clothing is "Warranted Shrunk, "Woll-Cat, Carefully
Made and Will Give Very General Satisfaction.
Razors and Pocket Knives,
Razor Straps and Brushes,
Tooth, jSTail and Hair Brushes, ' '
Flesh Bi'tishes, Back Scvatchers, '.
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate) ,
CboIcg Perils al Oilier Toilet Arlicles.
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
Tin Usual Fine stock of Mies' Gent's & Boy's
GOLD & SILVER
Ladies' & Gents' Gold aiiu Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous G0RHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
ES"N. B.No Platod Goods Bold in thi? Establishmciit.,-i53a
Thanking the public generally for the very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during the last 25 years,
and soliciting a continuance of tlio same at the !N"ow Pre
mises, The Clerks will he found ready and willing to cour
teously attend to all ladies and gentlemen visiting this
Honolulu, March 9, 1888. ' 80 Ira