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BISHOP & Co,, BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kxohango on tho
Bh.m1i ol Oalilbri.Ua, W. IT.
And their agents-ln
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N M. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Cominorolal Bank Oo.. of Sydney,
Tho Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Qhrlstchurch, anil Wellington,
Tho Bnnk of British Columbia, Vic
totla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Trtinaiiot n General Uanhtng Business
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
3t established for the benefit of ail.
WEDNESDAY, APK1L 11, 1888.
PERVERSION OF LAHQUAQE.
"The Executive n.3 defined by the
Constitution is debarred, bv an
authoritative definition of a consti
tutional provision, from interfering
with legislation for the protection of
public interests," says the "Ga
zette." Will the "Gazette" kindly
specify where this "authoritative
definition" may be found? Wo
have hitherto known of tho existence
of none such. Authoritative read
ings of portions of the Constitution
have been rendered in the matters
of the Supreme Judicimy and the
King's Veto, but we are aware of
nothing therein which defines any
constitutional provision to mean
that the Executive is debarred fiorn
"interfering with legislation for
the protection of public inteicsts."
According to the popular under
standing of the Constitution, the
Executive is part of the Legislature,
and no "authoritative definition" of
any provision of that document has
made it appear that the popular
understanding is in error. As part
of the Legislature, the Executive
takes part m legislation, and is
moreover expected to lead therein,
or resign when unable to do so from
lack of support by the House.
There is no authoritative definition
known to us by which the Cabinet is
debarred from thus "interfering
with legislation for the protection of
If our contemporary refers 4o the
Supreme Court's definition of the
Executive's position in regard to the
King's exercise of the veto power,
which we presume it does, then its
way of putting the matter is a per
version of language. If the veto
power is authoritativelj' decided to
be Regal and not Ministerial, is that
divesting the Executive of its legis
lative function? Such a conclusion
is absurd on its face, and doubly so
in view of the constitutional provi
sion for overriding the veto.
It is at all times injudicious to
put two subjects together that have
nothing whatever to do with one
another. Some people think that
the kinds and number of fish in
Honolulu harbor have an influence
upon the physical condition of kings
and chiefs; and others, that the
price of milk is regulated by the
length of electric light poles. Xo
such thing. Pay no attention to
genealogical reports on those points,
however much they may be approv
ed for their general departure from
And some people confound the
substance of the charges recently
preferred by the Government of
alleged irregularities of citizens in
relation to the revenue laws, with
points raised by counsel for the de
fence on legal grounds, and sus
tained by the Judges, g The two
things are entirely distinct. And
yet the sustaining of the objections
has been absurdly construed into
wilful obstruction of the proceed
ings. If a person breaks n law of the
realm, or is suspected on sufficient
grounds of doing so, the Govern
ment brings him to trial for the
satisfaction of justice. But then
the Government's action must be
according to law. The Government
can no more step outside of tho
Statutes and the Constitution than
tho meanest and poorest inhabitant.
If it proceeds illegally, society, the
people, the nation expects the Judi
ciary to interpose its authority. If
the Government commits the blun
der, either through ignorance or
any other cause, of doing an act
contrary to law, it must take tho
consequence of the act, just as much
as a private individual.
If tho Judiciary kuows its duty,
it knows no distinction of persons
in dealing with matters that come
before it. It simply insists that tho
law must bo executed in tho most
careful and precise manner, becauso
tho law is the great protection of
cociety and must be kept intact.
Liberal minded men will never
quarrel with the Judiciary for err
ing on the sido of leniency, so long
as it is sacredly preserved from the
least suspicion of excess.
When a man accused of an in
fraction of law Is required by his
accusers to give evidence, through
his books of account, that might
possibly criminate himself, he,
through his counsel, objects, on the
ground that the rcquiiement is an
infraction of statutory and consti
tutional law. The J ml go says,
"You are right ; the evidence is in
admissible." The accusation is one
thing; the objection sustained is
altogether another. There is no
relationship between tho two. In
another case, the defence demuis
on the ground of illegality of pro
ceedings, ami another .juugc sus
tains the demurrer. Here ngain the
two things the charge and the
points of law involved in the pro
ceedings are distinct, and should
not be confused as one.
THE NEGRO FROM A MEDICAL STAND
POINT. It has been asserted time and
again by writers living at the North,
who yet seem to have reliable data
upon which to base their belief,
that the negroes in the Southern
Slates were increasing at a much
more rapid rate than the whites in
the same section of the country.
These writers based their assertions
on the census returns and upon
their own observations, and their
conclusions seemed to be leliablc.
The weight of medical testimony is,
however, against them and the facts
arc, it appears, the levcrse of what
has been stated.
In a lecture delivered before the
Georgia Historical Society, ou June
G, 1887, and published in the New
York Medical Times for October
and November, 1887, Dr. E. B. Cor
son, of Savannah, reviewed the
causes which were leading appar
ently, to the extinction of the nugio
as a separate race in America.
While they were held as slaves they
were cared for, as it was to the in
terest of the master to keep them in
good health. They lived a regular
life, and when sick bad the most
skilled attendance. Now, however,
they llock to the cities, live in
crowded quarters, arc given to ex
cesses of all kints, and are seldom
able to obtain ?s good medical care
as they did fonncily. At that time,
loo, the colored man could boast of
iiis insusceptibility to malaria and
yellow fever and even pulmonary
phthisis v as comparatively unknown
to him. Now, Dr. Corson, states,
this immunity is no more. The ne
gro suffers almost equally with the
white from malarial diseases, possi
bly as a consequence of the contin-
uallj inci easing admixture of white
blood ; and the mortality from pul
monary consumption is, as is well
known, almost double that among
the whites. Infant mortality among
the negroes is very large, owing iu
great measure to the utter neglect
of the most elementary hygienic and
dietetic precautions on the pait of
those who have the care of young
children. fN. Y. Medical Record.
HORSES FOR SALE.
Jf account of depar
ture, 1 California
llniitnrrn llnrsn nnrl 1
."iVlv- Tllrtol ri.(, i?rim- ts
harness and saddle. Apply
V. STKU BMANN,
14 lw nt II. II ichfelil & Co.'.
VTEITIIEII tho captain nor the agents
1 of tho British baik "Natuna" will
bo responsible for any debts contracted
by the offlcera or ciow of Mid vcbte).
F. A. SCHAEFEH & CO.
14 3t Agents.
NOTICE of REVO CATION.
NOTICE i hereby given that tho
power of attorney given to C
Chcong Pinjj dnted October 1, 1880, Is
hereby revoked, and said C. Chenng
Ping is no longer authorized to act for,
orbigiiour firm name, or to liind tlui
firm in anv manner.
WINO ON WO COMPANY.
Honolulu, April 0, lfc8.
From and nfter the nbovo date Sir.
Man Chip only is authoticd by fn I
power of attorney to act for us in nil
matters. W. O. W. Co.
ON KlngEticet, a "Itcd Embroidered
Jackit," Finder will bo row nnKl
on returning tamo to this oltice. IU !)t
TO exchange a No. 1 Piano for a
Horeo and PJiatton, or for a Horse
and Ernko. Inquire at tills, office.
A COPY of " Indlgcuous Flowers of
Hawaiian Ialauds." Must bo in
good condition. Address P, O. Box No.
44. Btating terms. its lit
nnHE DAILY BULLETIN-The
JL most popular paper published.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levoy.
SPECIAL SALE OF
DRY ROODS, Etc,
On THURSDAY, April 12, '08,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 3r
At my Salesroom', corner of Queen and
Fort trpotp, I will sell at
Pub lc Auction,
A Genr'l Assor't of Mor'dise,
The contents of a ro'all ttoio, oon.
Clothing, White & Brown Cottons,
Hoslory, SuspeDders. Boots Shoes,
Umbrellas, Shirt?, Trunks, Limps,
Tobacco niid n General Asortni't of
TAILOU'8 MATJ2R1AL8 X
Alio, 2 New Domestic Sewing Machines.
u?ekisj cas ii.
13 2t Auctioneer.
ii .i .iii.iii.iiinwpin - mmtmm imii.iiii
rpilK annual meeting f the tncmbciR
JL of the Ilawnilnn Jockey Club will
lie held on MONDAY. April lCth. at
7-uO v. si , at the Hawaiian Il.itel.
C. 0. BBHGEB,
13 lw t-coi clary.
74 King st.
f U King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Jlovul w'th Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAiftS Tfc RENT.
l'er "if a tun n,"
A SMALL LOT OF THE CELEBRATED
"The Queen of Table Waters."
FOR SALE AT
F, A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S,
An Invoice of "White Bros.'
ortland Cement !
For Sale at Lowest Rates
IN LOTS TO SUIT
F, A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S,
Cooked Tare Flour !
Tho Wow Process to mako the Bost
of Poi with hardly any
nnnE Hawaiian Fuiit Ss Taio Coin.
JL pany of Wailuku, Maui, will be
picpaml to supply the public of Hono
lulu mmi tlio oilier IR'amH, on tliu Had
daj of Ap'il, 1889, with u new propara
iiou of Too Flour called CuOKED
TAUO FLOUU. This i.riWlo is far
i-iipoilor to it! to old raw Tiiio Flour.
Tills nrlLlu is already Looked and it ic
quires hardly any work to make the
tiesl of Pol ami nt'ii'r receipts, by add
ing Cooked Taro Flour to boiling hot
water like pnparing corn meal your
Poi is made iti once. M'Iioh; dc-1 Iliic
tour Pol will have to lei It stand 21
hours. If loo thin or eour add fresh
parte of Cooked Taio Flour. Ourie.
ceipts witii each bHjr will give full par.
ticu'urs. II our illrceiiont with each
biic nie stiictly followed It will not
fail to make lie el' an "i and best of
Pol. Thih in a- , n, ) Cooked Turn
Flour is niuil.- t . . ry so there
cannot be ati dlrllr.trt or lllthlr.i'va in
this way of making Poi. AH' grocery
biorcs will ho fiiriiislitil with C oked
Taro Flmir on the nbovo (late. Our rr.
tall prb'ii per 5 Up. bag will be 40 cents
per Day In Honolulu, Anv ovirchargc
will bo lefttmlol by noticing V. H,
Cniumingb, iieli Telephone No. 3ii5. All
oulera fium the other Iblands can bo
lllled by tending your ordor to
W. IL DANIELS, Manager,
W. H. CUMMINGB, Agent,
BSy The Comj'uiiy U prepared if to
doited to snpplj haul Pol, not includ
ing loin of uatur, in one or more bands
or bag iolu, nt low i si poBsiblo prices.
NUUANU W STREET,
(Opposlto Queen Emma Hall.;
Tho IJesl Lunch served in this City,
with every luxury procurable
iu tho Murk it.
910 JAPANESE KINTARO CO. Cl
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns. $3 per in num.
Anctlon Sales by James F, Morgan.
By order of Mr. W. Q. Ashley I will
soil at Public Auotlon,
On. THURSDAY, April 12ft,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
In tho Mutual Telephone Co 'a Building,
corner of Alakea nud Merchant Sts.,
Mis Entire Housch'd Furniture,
Marble-top Oak Bedroom Set,
Spring Mntlrasscs, Feather Billow?,
Mosquito A' its Child's Cribs,
1 Oak Ch efforts ere,
Lace Curtains & Cornices,
B. Walnut Secretary,
Tjirgo Center i'tics, Sofa Bugs,
Black Wuliiut Sideboard,
mn uo niiT Uiwmi
IHU1UU JLUlUlil UUUilUl,
Wiclser Bookers & Clnlia.
Han J.ptilnlcd Vases & Flower Stands,
3-liglit Chandelier, Library Lamps,
Picture ninl Picture Frames.
Large Assmtinnnt of
Crockery & Glassware, Sli. PI. Ware,
1 Uncle Sam K.inge, Kitchen Uten
sils and Agate Ware,
1 Refrigerator, 1 Paient Sink,
CO fl Girdcn Uoe, etc., etc.
CSjrTlie nbov( furniture has been re
moved to tho Mutual Telepbonu Co 's
Building, for convenience of sale, and
will be on exhibition on WLIES
DA.Y, Apiil lllh, from 0 a. m. to 3 p. m.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
MO ot Auctioneer.
ValuaMe Real Estate
A DESIRABLE RERIDENCE
Hy order of Mr. V. Slpgomann I will
toll at Public Auctiiii, (on ac
count of on tier's depar-
On SATURDAY, April 28th, '88,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, that
On ICinnu Street,
Adjoining the residence of Mr AV. Ii.
Castle, anil at present rc?iipit'd by Mr.
Slejrcnmun. The Lot bas a frontage of
75 feet on Kinau stieel and a depth of
20 J feet. T i ire Is u
Largo & Commodious Dwelling House,
On the premises, contnining Parlor,
jjiiung Kitom, a ueilrooms, Hath
room, Pantry, Kitchen, cc, with
Clothe Closets in lU'drixiins; Her
vant'tt Houses, Carriage House and
Slnblcs, etc. The House has been
lately painted and pm in thorough
repair; water laid on throughout.
The premises are laid out with a
variety of tiees'and bhubbcry.
Terms-Part Cash, balaiico on Mort-
C"Intendiiig puichasors can inspect
the premises, uml learn further puti.
eulars on application to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
12 cod Auctioneer.
THE FIRST BAKING
OF THESE DELICIOUS
EMPEROR FRANCIS JOSEPH
These extremely lino Huns will ho ready
and for rale at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory & Bakery, at noon
On SATURDAY, April 7th, '88,
Having already n very laigo number of
orders for them 1 will sell tlicm as low us
50 Cents per Dozen
Although thoy will exceed the lino
quality of uiv t,o much appreciated
Hot Orosa Buns by 100 per cent.
tST I'lcaso don't fend orderH later
than 0 o'clock v. m., THIS DAY.
Practical Oonfeotloner, Piibtry Cook &
Oriianientcr. Hotel bet. Nuuanu
Pill and Fort streets. tf
C No. 81 Heretania Street. -
WALKER & REDWAED,
Contraotoi'M tk litjlliterH.
Brick, Otono and Wooden KulldliiKs; e..
tluiates ghen. Jobbing proinpt'v nt
teiidcd to, 10 King sued. Hell Tele
phone No. 2, I 0. Box, 428, up 0-ly
TF YOU , LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertieo it In Uio Daily Udlletjn.
Has J ist received eJc-Auetralia n very
hjii'lsome assortment of nil tho
In tho Millinery JLlno, such a
Hals, lilOHS, MllGl'S,
Ornaments, &o., &o.
Also, n Mist Excellent Assortment of
3? Xj XJ IMC 33 S
09 J Direct from Kuroiie. 1m
Whllo the brldgo at Wnikllil Is
being reconstructed, ono side of It
only will bo open to trnfllc. People
nrc cautioned to drivo carefully
over It, and to refrain fiom curry,
lug heavy loads.
U. F. HEDBAliD,
C07 tf Road Supmisor.
fflite Bros.' Port Gnat
Coal Tar, StociMii Tar,
F. V. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Clolh,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
roK NAiii: ky
H. Hackfeld & Go.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
We nrc glad to know that an intelligent
community appreciate and patronize
an institution that has FIHST,
given particularly brilliant
Wo havo existed, and by the PEOPLE'S
VOTE wo desire to exist. Drive after
diivu have we given, and thousand upon
thousand high priced GOODS have
floated out to the populace, at
comparatively SMALL COST.
LONG LIVE THE
Bargain Sales !
feio Says the leojile.
This "Week we contiuuo our SPECIAL
CHEAP SALE. Every Aiticlo
is Marked Down.
Our $4 00 Jerseys will be sold for $2 00
Our $5 00 Jsrscys will bo sold lor $3 00
Our $6 00 Jerseys will bo sold (or $4 26
Our $8 00 Jerseys will bo sold (or $5 00
rspeclnl ItnrgniiiH in
Black, Cream & White Brocaded
ESyWe ofl'cr Kxtraordinniy Bargains
in Odd LotB, Iteinnanls and Odds and
Chas. J. Fishel,
ora er Fort and Hotel Sts.
TF YOU VANT A SITUATION
X advertUo iu the Daily Uoxletih,
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M. McINERNY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
CBri tfpSl CByiJ jIi'1!'4l. t'jJPUHIIIPQr) S!. PSB
&m si j ww o JrKHr
Whoro will bo found nn Elegant Display of Goodu of such
gradoB, as this corner hao boon always noted for.
Entire New Lines of Goods selected by Mr. B.' A. ,Mc
Ineruy now East. Among my very Gcneml
Stock will be found
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
KM Button Boots and
kjiiuun .v uu p ucio, van. ouyico,
Ladies' Silk Hose,
Ladies' Silk and Merino Undervests,
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Lisle and Balbrigan Hose,
Men's Silk Undershirts & Drawers,
jLutuuRtu kjuiv uiiuuroiiu ia,
Lisle Thread & BalbrigR-an Undershirts,
Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
"White and lied Shaker Flannel Undershirts and
" Anglo-India Gauze & Merino Undershirts.
Boy's Undershirts. My usual Fine Assortment of
Men's and Boy's Fine Shoes & Slippers
Men's Elegant Neck "Wear, Yery Choice Line of Sus-
poiders, Jouvins "White and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Fine Riding and Driving Gloves,
Every Style & SMe i Men's Hals & 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.
Yery Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dress Suits,
Black Frpck Suits.
All My Clothing is Warranted Shrunk, 'Well-Cut, Carefullv
Made and Will Give Very General Satisfaction.
Razors and Pocket Knives,
Razor Straps and Brushes,
Tooth, 'Nail and Hair Brushes,
Plesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate),
Cleicfi .Perfumes nil dte Toilet Articles.
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks,
Gents' Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchelu,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Rugs, (very fine) , which every traveler ought to
We Usual Fine Stock of Latlies' Gem's & Boy's
GOLD & 'SILVER
W 1 r
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dhnonds and the famous GORHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 025 Fine.
2TN. B. No Plated Goods Bold in this Establithmmr,-a
Thanking the public generally for the very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during tho 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,
Peb. & St. Goat But. Boots,
Dongola Kid Button Boots,
Qi,,.b av qi;,.. : 4-,.i
'&&& -'M'kpM& ? 4 -m Jdh,;,Mim':- , iMmti IMmzfddAti