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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian IMatuls
Draw ExchiUfo on tho
Bivnlc ot California, fe. X
And tholr ngcnlfl in
NEW YORK, UODTON, HONG KONG.
Mcssr?. K. M. Rothcullrl & Son, London
The Coinnicrcittf Uatik Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Brink Co.. of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Cltrlstuhurcli, imd Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torlrt, B. 0 nnd Portland, Or.
Transact a General TtonkiBit Bualneps
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A COUGH REMEDY.
ONLY TWENY-riVE CKNTS TCIl l'OUND.
Irritnlod throats nml annoying
coughs nro quickly relieved by the
Kcmiino Butter Scotch, only to be
found at the Tioneor Steam Candy
Factory of 1'. Horn. Plenty of testi
'X" J I 03
Plcdcpcd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY,. APRIL M, 1888.
Not only do certain individuals,
but the public generally, deprecate
the degeneracy of the youth in this
city, from good, steady, well-behaved
boys, to the worst of hood
lums. Not many years ago, it
would have been impossible to have
found a boy in the city, who could
till all the rcquiiements that go to
make up the accomplished hoodlum ;
but now all is changed, and they are
as numerous in Honolulu as in nnj
city of its size in America.
This is a new clement of society
in Honolulu, and as yet the question
of how to deal with it, and rid the
city- of hoodlums, has not been prac
tically brought before the public.
There arc perhaps several ways of
accomplishing this object, but the
most eflicient, and at the same time
the least expensive, would be to
have the police rigorously enforce
law in such cases made and pro
vided. A few convictions in the
Police Court, followed by a little
disciplining in the Itcformatory
School, would have a very bene
ficial effect upon the behavior of
that class of individual. Heroic
measures should be adopted to
stamp out the evil before it assumes
gigantic proportions, and embraces
all classes of boys, for it is contagi
ous, and if left to itself will develop
into an evil that will defy the
authorities to control.
HAVE A STRONG AVERSION.
Considering the snmllness of this
country, it has received at different
times quite a big share of attention
in the foreign press. Everything
that has been published could not
be characterised as "hue and cor
rect." In fact, sometimes island
affairs get considerably mixed in
foreign papers. Persons and things
become so jumbled and distorted,
that at home, where thej' should be
known at sight, they aie scarcely
Of course, it is not very pleasing
to this country to be misrepresented
abroad. That is, when the misre
presentation is of a nature to reflect
discredit upon us. If we are shown
i?i, to better advantage thr.n the strict
truth admits, that is very nice, and
we have not the slightest inclination
to correct the blunder! Indeed, it
is not very pleasing sometimes even
to be correctly represented, and
people who are candid enough to
confess the truth must admit that
we have more than once got
very mad because Home foreign
' paper has approached too close to
Some people in this community
K now large a proportion oi mo wnole,
wo cannot tell have a strong aver
sion to the reproduction by the local
press of matter from foreign papers
which is not fluttering to this coun
try, whether true or false. There
is no objection to publishing any
thing and everything of a compli
mentary nature, no matter how
jnucli exaggerated. Uul the other
class, keep it out. Do not let your
.readers know anything about it.
We confess wo have no sympathy
with this view. Wc seo no reason
why the people of the islands should
not be made acquainted with what
Is said about them and the country
abroad, and the majority of them
Jiave no means of learning except
.through the' local papers.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns. $3 per nuum.
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THE VETO FAD.
EuiTort l3cu.nTix:- What tire
some nuisance has this veto agita
tion the goodness to bo ! Shall we
ever have a rc9t from it? Casting
retrospection's backward eye over
the nearer end of the overmuch be
spoken and bescribblcd past, cover
ing a space of six long and weary
months, wo discover that during
one hundred and eighty-one days
there have been no less than 378
articles nnd comments written on
this veto blunder. Are we nil hogs?
Is this not enough? And mind you
this does not include the legal wis
dom which exploded behind air
tight windows and doors, and of
which the common folks only got a
faint iodoforous smell.
We had sincerely hoped to see
this question forever buiied when
tho gentlemen of tho "Bulwark" of
our Constitution decided it. If it
was, as it ought to have been, killed
stone dead, then and there, we are
forced to the belief that the agita
tion of this "Royal" pierogativc is
entitled to relationship with Phoenix,
only with this distinction : Phojnix
arises from wooden ashes while this
persistent and endless agitation
springs from wooden head. No
offence, gentlemen. After offend
ing the community so long, Oh 1
how long! you should not be hasty
in taking any.
Please desist to inflict any more
of this blockheaded mania on our
community. Change the subject.
Tell us to go in when it rains, or
abstain fioin eating nails or anvils,
and that would be progress with
One more article on the veto and
we shall surely become either block
heads of supreme opacity or lus
You may fancy that th'i3 dose
may cute your bodies, may save
your souls, but it will kill eternity.
John- F. Smith.
THE PRESENT AHD THE FUTURE.
EniTon 1Jii.i.i:tik : The kind
people whose dear wish it is to see
in these islands only two classes of
population, the rich planters and
their Chinese or Japanese coolies,
must verily feel elated at the hourly
prospects of prompt realization of
their fund dream, when they look
upon the growing lists of departures
by every steamer, especially since
the beginning of the present jear.
The last departure of the Aus
tralia was a sad sight for the old
kamaainas who are left behind, but
the prospects of the near futuie arc
worse still, and throngs aie rapidly
coming to realize the predictions
made by those who see a little fur
ther than the length ot thcil noses.
The white laborers, mechanics,
and small store-keepers or lelailcrs
can thrive nay, can live in this
country only by' and through a
large clement of while settlers, and
every white family that departs, is
only reducing the chances of labor
and trade for those who remain, so
that every white person whose ex
odus is noted at the present time,
is only preparing the foieed depart
ure of so many more who will have
to follow ere long.
It is true that, as a compensation
to the losses I am talking about, we
had the other day, the ingress of
over 500 Asiatics, but the futuie will
soon show whether the gain of a
hundred Asiatics does really com
pensate or not for the country, the
loss of one white man, and the time
is not far distant when even our
potentates of large mercantile linns
will begin to feel this truth, and so
will the native Hawaiians, though,
of course, these will probably be the
last to suflcr as long as they can
procure their poi and fish.
But we, the people of the whi e
clement, we cannot stand it much
longer, and the records of the next
12 months will tell the tale of this
continuous drain and exodus of the
most precious marrow of the coun
try, and it will be possible to meas
ure it by the list of failuies and
bankruptcies, which will weigh even
on the largest firms.
Then will not the divine justice
bring on at last the turn of those
kind Christians whose public motto
is that "such of the white people
who cannot compete with Chinese
had better go to the dogs, or at any
rate go out of the country''" Will
they not have to go also before
their Asiatic slaves who will become
their masters? He who sows wind
can only expect to reap tempests.
HERMAN HORSE SHOES.
The Germans have invented horse
shoes for bad roads. Thib is how
they do it; The blacksmith, when
finishing a Iiore'a shoe, punches a
hole in the tuo ends. When the
shoe is cold ho taps in a crcw
tliiead and sciowb into tho shoo,
when on tho hor&e'a fool, a shnrp
poiuled stud of an inch in length.
With shoes thus fitted tho horse
travels pecurely over the worst pos
sible roads, iloth riding, driving
and draught horses are shod m the
same way. When tho horse conies
to the stable tho groom unscrews
the pointed stud and screws in u
button, bo that no damage can hap
pen to tho horse, and tho screw
holes arc prevented from filling.
When the horso is going out tho
groom takes out thu button and
screws in the pointed stud, There
is no fear of the horse coming back
with broken knee3 or strained sinews
and the public are spared the biylit
of Iioa'Co down or slipping in all
directions. fLoudou Times.
vau ' i S.tfcgj-1 " t rg
Y. M. 0. A. -Gospel Praise Service
at C:3u r. M. Come and bring a friend.
Kawaiaiiao Cntjrtcn. Hev. II. n.
Pnikcr, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching at 11 A. M.
KAUMAKAl'It.I CllLTtClI. ROV. J.
Wulamau. pastor. Sunday school at
f) A. m. Preaching at 10-SO A. M. and
7 :30 v. M.
QccES Emma 11am. Gospel and
song service for llawallnns who speak
English at at 3 v. m. Good sluglug.
bhort talks. Everybody welcome.
jArANESR Skhvice : Gospel and
Soiin Services nt 11 a.m.; Ulblo Class
7:80 r. M., In the Japanese Y. M O. A.
Room, Quurn Emma Hall, corner of
Btretanla and Xtiuauu streets.
CrxTttAL Union Cnuncn. Rev. E.
G. Iieckwlih. I). 1)., pastor. Sunday
i I'luml and llllile elnss at 9:15 a. m.
bw vices at 11 A. m. and 7;30 v. m.
Ciunesk Cituncu. Port street, near
corner llcietanla. Mr. Kong Stmt Ka
putugelist. t hlncso Sunday school,
0:30 a.m. Chinese and English bun
day School. 2:30 t. M. Pi etching 11
A. M. and 7:;i0 i t. Hlblo class hi
Chinese Y. M. U. A. Hall, GtM v. m.
Roman Catholic Cathwikai..
0 and 7 a. m.. low ma; 10 a. m.. high
urn"!, w.ih sei inon eli her in Hawaiian.
Poitugiii'Se or English, alternating ac
eoidlng to the tlnee piltielpnl iliituieul
nationalities of the chinch: a 1 M.. ro
"ary and ealeehNin; -1 :liO v. M., instruc
tion nnd benediction of the Ulessed
St. Amiui'.w's Catiikduai.. The
Mr ices at M. Andiew's Cathedral to
morrow will be: llolv Communion,
('.:;!( a. M. Matins with sei
iiioii at ti:!'0. Hawaiian l ending at
:i:.'!0r. m. Emmi-oiij; with seinion at 0
i. M. beats are iiiiappropihiti.il.
Second Congregation. Rev. Ceo.
Wallace, pastor. Muni'in prayer,
with .-ennon at 11:15 a. m evening
prayer with senium at 7:!!0 i .m.
Sunday sc mil meets at 10 a. m. Seals
free at all services.
A New England clergyman wrote
several books on such subjects as
'What?' 'Where?' and '"Whither?'
The author has since died. lie has
gone to find tho answers to his ques
tions. jS'ewai k Advei liser.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
AUCMON iiLE !
Messrs G. W Maclarlanc & Co. will
hold an Auellon Sale of
ITnii.v iiurt Olhev CSoodw
At their Salerooms,
TEStS EVEK1KG. April 14s,
The following Goods will be offered for
Printed Indiac, Fancy Dress Gocds,
Victoria Iiiwn, India Linen, Nainsook.
Biirmiili Muslins, Tuikisli Towels. Per
siiin, Khyher, .Vccfa & Axminsw-rlliigs,
Crockery unci Clast.wuro !
Oil 1 iiintiius & Sit el EniuviiiuB, Uiii.
n.lirac, Stiiuia y in hroi.ze, J.'iKpie &
Terra 1'nitn, etc., etc , tie., no, e'e.
A's , .i I.hicol lhe llest
I2nti-n-l V' "Iirlc l'"" u nil tu ro !
' 0'iiprisiii',' Par, or ,. G'lmmlur Sc 3,
Elcu-'Hit (her. Maine!-, Card T.U k-,
Wii ing Pc Uh, l-imy Purlor and
Libraiy Furni'tiie, iK, eic., eic.
Also a Small Line of
LADIES' GAUZE & SATIN FANS,
Il.iiidtomcly iinhroiiiired and Hand
CSTCooi's will bu sold at cost in order
to clnsi! iMMiices.
rjSTSala Ccmmoncas al 7 o'clock sharp.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
x ii-i -g.
TfcT- . r
of Nobles !
For the Islands of iViaui, Molo
kai and Lanai.
ALL Elofior-i of Noble for the above
. Islniuls we ii.vihd to a' tend an
udjoiiriuil inet-'iiiig lo be held at
Kahiiliii, Haul, Thursday, April 19th,
At ! oVIocU it. in..
To hem ii'poit of oimnnit'iT xlvln;r ex.
i vc-doi! 1' views in leud 10 mra'tircs
1 lcly to hi considered at. lhe nest ses
s o i of the Lcu'blaiure.
If. I). WALUKIDGB,
Chairman Ex'cnthe Committee.
'TMlK member of ih i -Myitlo Boat
X Club nro i'rjio-teil tn meet at tint
Hon Uonsu al 10 . m. t ) MOKKOW,
( u.iduy.) M. D. CNtJARUAT,
17 It President.
'HIP, Lap Holii', L n'eni. and a
Kukui .N'nt I ntk i. with mni.o.
gram, ami 'a Iff nnd o'dld's photos in.
side. A iv mil will be giwn on ie.
luinliitf iho nlioio nrtlclu to thin olllcc.
Tonsorial Artists, 88 King St,
GtEXTLEMEX of llonoli.lu: Pie
I talo notice that a neat liar
Shop has heen opened next door lo the
re-tanraiil down stairs, 83 King ftieet,
hy two or llni oust piitiUcttl limbers In
town. Gcnl'cincu aiu icrjuested lo give
ih a trial. o gnuiuntcu satlsfaelion.
Childreiu' hair cutiirg a spt'oialliy.
M. 1'. .lAHUni,
17 lm ANTOX 31. LUCE.
.... ..i p..n iw . - y ..Mm ..
rnilE annual meeting of iho ineinhcrs
JL of the Hawallun .loelsey Olnh will
he held on MONDAY, April lOih, at
7'i!() v. m at lhe Hawaiian lldel.
C. 0. IIUHOEH,
1ft lw Secretary.
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertibo it in tho Daily Buujitik.
tsiiAjl.tX.'. juai. ' ,i; mu.it' rj.i-)iL.k,.-m tvia
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
ALE of FURNITURE
By order of W. 0. Parke. J3q Assignoo
of thu Estatoof II. S Swinton,
bankrupt, I will sell at
On TUESDAY, April 17tli, '88,
AT lO O'CliOCK A. 21.,
At thbprcmlsei, Baictnnla slrcct, near
Tho Entire Househ'd Furniture,
1 TTiiiinlofoTiofl Donlrni
X UjJllUJI.ll.UX Oil i. IU1U1 IJUlj
Black Walnut T.hle, lli;s, Donr
JlutJ, I Chundellen, Wlndo.v Cuitaiir,
i in iw in iiii in r
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets,
31 ittrns?i", Mosquito Net',
One i!-rliiI lral. etc., ete.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, April 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCEt A. ."(!.,
At the residence of ,Mis. if Ui'igor,
King st i ret. near Alnktvi strt el, 1
will sell in Public Auction, (on ac
count of dcpaittue).
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
strmQ R snm
E riSUi UiU U B E CA5JBU
Center ling', Vt!so, Lamps,
OW23 PIANO !
Decorated Hanging Lamps. Blnck
nlmit Jlirble Top Budtouin Set,
SprlugMatt. Mosquito Nets
Cine Scat Chairs,
Dining it(nm Furniture,
Meat bale, Ciockery,
Lie, Etc , Etc.. Etc.
aiiiuBiB tteai Mia e
A DESIRABLE RERIDENCE
By order of Mr. V. Mi'gcmann I will
sell at Public A'.cimn, (on ac
count ot owner's dep.ir.
On SATURDAY, April 28th, '88,
AT lii O'CLOCK XOOS,
At my SiilesiTOin, Queen street, Ihat
On ICInati Ktrcet,
Adj lining t lie icsldince of Mr V. R.
( liiille, anil al present fcupitd hy Mr.
Sieucniiinii. Tin Lot ha-, a froniage uf
7.J feet on Kinau stictl and a depth of
0 J feci. Tlicieisa
Largo li Commodious Dwelling House,
On the picmi-P", contnitiiug Parlor,
Dining llnnm, a lludiuoins, liith
loom, Pnntiy, Kitcl en, etn, with
Clntlics Closets in IJult(im; 6er
viinl,' Houses, On i lingo llousu and
Stables, eic The House has been
lately painted and put In thorough
repiirj wale- laid on thioujjlioul.
The picmlKes are laid out with a
variety of trees and t-huhliery.
Terms-Part Casli, balance on Mort
gage. CSTliitendln puinhasers can inspect
lhe premisfs find lcam fuither furtl
cnlars on appliculon to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
12 cod Auctioneer
TO the Crelitoih of lhe Eslnte of
Francisco G mes Potclr.i, of Ilono.
lulu, a Uankitipt, take notice.
That the unilLislgned, Assignee of
the Estate of Pinnclsuo Comes PeieirJ,
a Bankrupt, has preparatory to hi Until
aceouiil anil dlvhlend Mibniitteil hi-iiio.
counts u h bitch assignco and liltd the
mine before Hon. A. F Judd, Chlel
Jubilee of lhe Supit'ine Ceiirt, at Ma
( lianibeie, to whom hn "ill npply nt 10
ii clock a.m. on TLESDAY, the 17ih
diy of Ap'il. f"r eiiieineni of tuld
aceonnis and for a dlsuhare f mn all
liability as bucli uBSignee mid fur au
order to make a llnal dividend.
And tliat any peibon inierebted may
thin and theio njireir ;ind cnu'rt the
banie. F. M. SWAKZV,
Abriimee Estato of l'lancloco Comes
Houululu, Apiil 12, 18 8. 10 3t
MARRIED couple wife tn rook, nml
u i-lngln man for ICealakikua, Ha.
wnlt. Muk be ncciisp pii'd in fencing
tt ul rail tpliltuiii Applv lo
J. K. BROWN & CO.,
llll w lia Meichunt utreet,
THE ONLY PAPER inid bv all
J. clubttb -The Dally Bullciin." CO
cents per month.
U - .' - mcimj.
aw j jhli iMzjmm.'tumn.irui.iJt tJtCm'atL,XfiJut:m)ui:niiui.'e.-UiXi U!
Has j ist received rx-Auetmlin n vory
lutiJEOtno nsorlmoiu of all tho
In tho 3Iillincry Hiiiic, such ao
Ornaments, &o., &o.
Also, a Most Excellent Assortment of
-OP JU TJ IMC 3ES S
00 1 IHrrct fron 5npopp. lm
"While the bridge nt Wnlklki is
being reconstructed, one side of it
only will he open lo Unfile. Pcoplo
arc cautioned to di'ive carefully
over it, and to refrain from entry,
ing heavy load.
II. F. HEBBAHD,
1'07 If Road Sii.oivlsor.
Per " Natutm,"
A Small Invoice of
Direct from thepotleiiei in Stafl'oid.
-FOR SALE BY-
HORSES, &c, FOK SALE.
N account of depar.
1 lllaek M ire, broken for harness and
1 Top Buggy, Hrnos. Siddlc, etc
Apply V. KTEGE.MANN,
14 lw at H. Hackfcld & Co.'s.
CH4S. J. HSHEL,
We are glad to know that au intelligent
community appreciate and patronize
au institution that has KIUST,
given paiiiculuily brilliant
We have exUlid, and by Hie PEOPLE'S
VOTE we de-iie tu ei'ist. Diive afier
eli iw have wo givun, and thousand. upon
tltouianel high priced GOODS hao
lloatcd out lo the popnhcc, at
comparatively SMALL COST.
LOHG L1YE THE
Brain Sales I
So tiajs Hit Pcojilv.
ThW Week wo continue our SPECIAL
CHEAP SLn. Every Ailicle
is Maiked Down.
Our $4 00 Jorscys will bo said for $2 00
Our $5 00 Jcrsoys will be sold for $3 00
Our $G 00 Jerseys will bo sold for $4 25
Our $8 00 Jerseys will be sold for $5 00
Wiiucijil KurgrtiiiH in
Itas, Hals, Laces
Black, Cream ft White Brocaded
iPSTWc oll'.r Etraoidiiiary Bargains
In Odd Lots, lleniiiantB and Odds and
Chas. J. Fishel,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
AMKETING. of tho stocltlioldm of
the iliitual Telephone Oninpnny
will lie held nt tho Cmnniiiy'R buildlnir,
on WEDMCSDAY, April Shlli. nt 3im.
0. O. BERQER,
15 td Bcorctary.
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of ffl. McINERNY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
eisi P8 eBk?B?) $b ssg'i
ffii ;?i ii mm mm m m )ww hmi
?Sae! esj-j ssy w w aaingBjj
"Whore will bo found an Elogant Display oi Goods of such
grades, as this corner has boon always noted for.
Entire !N"ovr Lines of Goods selected by Mr. E. A. Mo
Inerny now East. Among my very General
Stock will be found
KM Button Bot
Ladies' Misses' &, Childrens' Feb. & St. Goat But. Boots,
Doiigola Kid Button Boots,
" " " Shoes & Slippers, vari. styles,
Ladies' Silk Hose.
Ladies' Silk and Merino Undervcsts,
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens' Lisle and Balbrigan Hose,
Men's Silk Undershirts & Drawers,
" Perforated Silk Undershirts,
Lisle Thread & Balbri-gan Undershirts,
Saxony Lambs "Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
White and Eed Shaker Flannel Undershirts
Anglo-India Gauze &
Boy's Undershirts. My usual Fine Assortment of
Men's asic! Boy3s Fine Shoes & Slippers
Men's Elegant Keck "Wear, Very Choice Line of Sus
penders, Jouvins White and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Fine Hiding and Driving Gloves,
Every Style & SMe in lei's Hals & Bey's Straw Hals
Umbrellas, Walking Canes
iw vmiv-o xxjl
jra&aEj3ft . fjMjffi'rjfi rsjs&j
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, Kail and Hair Brushes,
Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate) ,
Glioico Perfumes al Otler 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 Fine Stock of
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous GORHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
E2TN. B.No Plated Goods Sold in this Establishment."!!
Thanking tho public generally for the very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during the last 26 years,
and soliciting a continuance of the samo at the Kcw 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. 8G lm
Laflies1 Gent's & Boy'a
SSS'r'? SS, 6S2Sk,5HfSi0RSi)5'S