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BISHOP & Co., BARKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian I&lamln.
Draw F.xcliango on the
Bank ot Onlit'oviila, SJ. IT.
.Ynd their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, IIOMB KOKQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothwhlld it Son, London
The Commercial Uank Co., of Sydney,
The Commateia Banit Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of New Koftlnmh Auckland,
Glulstchnrch, nml Wellington,
Tho lbinl; of BrltWi Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Pprtlar i, Or.
Transact & Qeuenl llnnki; . i-innlf.es.3.
sr n ab
Pledged to neither Scet nor Party t
Tint esttil'lisicd for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, MAY a, 1888.
MIQilT BE IMPROVED.
The method of examining passen
gers' baggage on the wharf by the
Custom House olllcers, is of :i kind
that might be improved. Trunks, ear
pet bags, etc., arc taken from the
ship oil to the wharf, and there
opened and inspected. Every curious
by-standers is at liberty to draw
near, and scrutinize every article us
it is revealed to view. And, as a
matter of fact, all loiterers in the
neighboihood usually avail them
selves of the opportunity. Most
people, and partieulaily ladies, ob
ject to their personal pioperly and
private effects being placed on pub
lic exhibition. Then, sometimes
clothing and other articles, in the
course of inspection, get bundled
out on to the wharf, soiled, and
thereby damaged. The owners do
not appreciate this, for some reason
or other. Besides, the contents of
trunks, etc., are generally handled
very loughly and left in a confused
condition, very different fiom what
they were found, which is an annoy
ance that could be easily avoided
by the olllcers. The foregoing is
enough to show that there is room
for and need of iinpnneuicnt in this
necessary part of our re enuc con
comitant!?. THE DOG RAID.
Naturally, two sides aro taken by
the public in regard to the Marshal's
enforcement of the law relating to
dogs. One side, believing that the
dog family is altogether too abun
dantly represented in this city,
holds that the Marshal's action is
commendable. The other side dis
sents, and would let every dog have
his freedom and live out his full
time as best he can. "Wc arc on the
side of those who approve the action
taken. To good, useful, well-behaved
dogs we arc friendly; but
three out of four, and perhaps more,
of the canines in Honolulu do not
belong to this class. The useless,
yelping, annoying curs predominate.
Many of them, too. arc badly dis
eased. If people will keep such
creatures, they should be compelled
to pay the tax on them provided b
law. Now the raid has commenced,
we sincerely hope it will be kept up
with vigor until overy mangy cur, in
the district lias been put to "rest."
THE FIRST DIVISION.
Yes, we understand the Adver
tiser's meaning that :i society v.hich
receives public contributions should
let the public know what uso is
made of those contributions. Cer
tainly. Wo endorse thai view. 5ut
then the first division of the Liliuo
kalani Educational Society, of which
Princess Liliuokalani is president,
has never leceived any public con
tributions, and therefore has no ac
counting to make i t'10 public.
Tlujtls-.ill. "The Miibons, the Odd
Fellows, the Knights of Pylhins,
etc., do not usually make a public
showing of their receipts and dis
bursements f and why should they?
They are supported by revenues de
rived f i om their own members, and
the members alone have a right to
know how the funds arc disposed of.
It is precisely tho sumo with tho
first division of the Liliuokalani
Educational Society. Its revenue
is from itself solely, and its mem
bers know just how the funds aro
1 used, Just this, and nothing more.
Wo may add thai tho organization
uses its entiro income for one object
and no other, and that ono object
is the maintenance at school of its
Wards, who are poor Hawaiian girls.
Landlord (to new boarder) You
will find a basin of water and soap
out there. Visitor (furiously) Do
vou mean to insult mo? No, no,
sir, i uiuii't Know
you arc an un-
Concrcsiiinn Morrow has
pared a bill to be considered in the
event of tho ratification of the Chi
nese treaty now pending in the Se
mite, which ought, under no consid
eration, to be confirmed. The first
section of the Morrow bill provides
against the admission of Chinese
laborers, "except" those Chinese
laborers ni may, for ninety days
after the passage of this net, be law
fully admitted under existing laws.
The "existing laws" means, of
course, laws now in iorce. In other
words, the certificates already issued
will be good for the term of ninety
days. The bill continues: "And
thereafter only such as were at the
date of the treaty lawfully in the.
united Mates or Its Territories, wno
may leave the country having tlie
right to return in pursuance of the
terms and conditlons(of the treaty)
within tho tune and upon the evi
dence prescribed in the provisions
of said treaty, and such laws as may
be passed in pursuance thereof;
and such other Chinese as may en
ter the country for the purpose of
transit actoss the territory of the
United States as provided in the
treaty." The wording of the bill
sends the olllcials who may execute
it to the treaty to find out the con
ditions upon which Chinese may be
admitted. After ninety days it will
admit only such Chinese as were at
the date of the treaty in the United
States, and may leave, having the
right under the treaty to return.
The bill does not designate what
Chinese may return, nor the condi
tions upon which they may return,
but refers the executors of the law
to the treaty for information. As
the piovi&ions of the treaty admits
the right of Chinese to return who
may have established their right to
return under the 1000 clause of
the treaty or under the "wile, child
or parent" clause, the bill recog
nizes the light of such to enter with
out actually describing or defining
the conditions which entitle Chinese
to return. The act is designed to
conform to the treaty, but it is
hoped it may not be appioved by
the United Slates Senate, for it will
prove more injuiious to tho country
than the treaty which is now
in force. It should be the duty of
the legislators to declare the treaty
abiogated. Senator Mitchell's bill
distinctly dcc.'r.rcs abrogated all pro
visions in the present treaty which
conflict with that bill, but the Mor
iow bill does not assume such pow
ers. The provision that laborers
may cross the country in transitu,
but may not remain for other pur
poses than for travel across the
country, would, if approved, be a
dead letter. There is and can be
no means of following Chinese in
transit and enforcing their depart
ure. The principal trouble with the
bill is that it is made to conform to
tho provisions of a treaty which was
not designed to keep any Chinese
oul of the country that the Chinese
Six Companies want to let in. S.
In the repoit of General Legerot,
jMinister ot War, it was stated Gen
eral lioulanger came to Paris dis
guised and affecting lameness. In
penning that statement General
Logerot was guilty of a piece of
stupidity that does little honor to
his intelligence, and of a frivolity
that one would not expect from a
man of his years.
Boulanger need not affect lame
ness, for the simple reason that the
thing is very natural with him. lie
lias excellent reasons for limping, and
General Legerot knows them better
On tlie HUli of June, 1850, at the
battle of Turbigo, in Italy, IJoulan
ger, then a Second Lieutenant in tho
First Regiment of Algerian infantry,
was hit by a ball that passed com
pletely lluough his chest. On the
:Mlhduyof February, 1802, in the
light ut Troidon, in Cochin China,
lie was wounded by a lance thrust
in the left thigh. On tho 2d of De
cember, 1870, at the battle of Cham-
pigny, Boulanger, then Colonel of
the One Hundred and Fourteenth of
tlie line, had his right shoulder
smashed by a ball. On the
2id of May,- 1881, during tlie
second siege of Paris, Boulanger
received a gunshot wound in tlie left
elbow. fCourricr des Eltats UnU.
Pmini i i wmtmm
111 THE DniTISHPARLIAMEHT.
London, April 20. A scene oc
curred in tho Commons this evening
on the question being raised by
Sliau-Lefevro icgardiugthe increase
of sentences in Ireland in appeal
cases, Matthews, the Home Secre
tary, being pressed, admitted that
in bin experience there was not a
picccdcnl in England in similar
cases, Stuart asked Madden, the
Solicitor General for Ireland, how
many such cases there lias been in
Ireland in tho last decade. Madden
evaded the question as not coining
before him olliciully. Stuart having
repeated the question three times
with the same result, Sir "William
Vernon Jlarcourt asked who Has res
ponsible in tlie matter and pressed
for a definite answer. Madden ex
citcdlyanswered ho did not know,
which answer was leceived with
loud cheers by tho Opposition and
the Parnellitcs. Sir William Ver
non Ilarcourt asked who did know,
and declared ho wanted this ques
tion answered, whereupon Madden
promised to get the desired informa
tion if a return was moved for. Tho
matter then dropped.
Tlie Customs Inland Revenue Bill
was taken up, nnd, ufter u long de
bate over an amendment offered by
Olndstono, which was defeated, tho
bill was passed to a second reading.
At tho adjourned mcctinc of the
Pacific Hoso Company No. 1, held
last evening, tho resignation of Mr.
J. D. Tucker, as a candidate for tho
election of onginecis, was received
Engine Company No. 1, met at
their hall, King street, Mr. Touis-
sant, Assistant 1-oreman, presiding.
The usual routine of business was
gone through, but nothing of special
interest transpired. Fourteen mem
bers were present. The Company
adjourned to the 17th lust.
Engine Company No. 2, met at
their hall, Union street. The dele
gate to that body repotted that the
Fire Department would carry out
the resolution limiting the number
of voting members of each Com
pany, at the Engineers' election, to
ilftv. After several motions and
amendments had been made, dis
cussed and withdrawn, it was car
ried that No. 2 pay for the printing
of their o n tickets and posters at
at the coining election. Fifteen
members were present. The nomi
nation of candidates for engineers
was, on motion, postponed to a
special meeting to be held at the
call of the foreman. Gazette.
LOS 1' A pa reel ('onl-iining a pair of
New lioots about a week aeo.
Inqulio tills ofllce. H3 lw
TYolTwANT A SERVANT,
1. nl vim tlii' ill till" DAIT.V KtlT.I.KTIN.
NOTICE to CllEDITOItS.
rpiLE undersigned give notieo thai
X they have hem appointed As'di'iiccs
of Brown & Co., incichunts, of llono
All poisons having any cl.iims against
the s-aid linn wliithir sri iiu-d ly'n ort.
gage or othi'iwi-o, am notified lo pre
sent the Mine to tin" Aslgii oi's, withiu
three months from Apr.l Sllrcl in-tniit.
All persons indebted to Messrs. Brown
& Co are requested to make immediate
p.iynicnl to Blown 1S5 Co. or the
A. J. OABTWUIGHT,
W. F. A LIVEN.
Assignees of Btov.'n it Co.
Honolulu, Apiil, !!1, 18:8. 23 1m
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN has the
JL Inrgcii circulation ol any paper
printed in this Kingduin. &0 cents per
Imported Direct from Havana.
A PAIR of Gold Eye Glase?. Finder
will ho rewaided on icturning
same to Hum.!?! ik Office. 32 31
MESSRS. Julius Holing and Ilelurieh
ltcnjes are mlmillid as paitncrs
into our Arm.
F. A. SCHABFUK & CO.
Honolulu, May 1, 18. 31 lw
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
W coliiinn'-. $2 per minium.
NOTICE is heiehy civen Hint I will
not pay any delils conliiieled in
my inline without my wiitten order.
W. O. AOHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1893. '3 tf
General Kliipiilt);; Aseii.'y nml For
eign Fuwt'lH i:ii'chs.
Goods, Parcels, Baggarjo, Etc, Etc.,
Forwiuded to and from all parts of
thu wot Id.
C. 0. D. iiiuoiiutH of invoices collected
in miy loimtry.
fS-TrillH of Itnli-M on Aniillcntloii-ca
Genenil Agents for lliiwnlinu Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
Oil 23 Merchant Street. tf
THE STOCK OF
Wilms, Alii, mi Sulrils,
Ueloniiinj; to Ihu undersigned, will bo
Very Low Prices
Durlne. the month of May, 188 and all
parties wishing to supply them.
telves, w ill do well to call and
examine the Goods heforu
XMie GOOJOid iiiiihLI)c soll
And embrace the Rest Attorlincnt of
Good Family Arlic les, that can bo
found in litis city.
At BROWN & CO.'s Store,
No. M Merchant Bliect,
AUiX. J. OAUTWHIGIIT,
"W. F. AJ.LKN,
Assignees of Hi own & Co.
Ilonolulu, April 28, 1688. 28 Ira
0. 0 BERGER.
Yolcano is Active!
The Volcano is Active, nnd the Best
Route Is via
To Kcaultou; thenco Fourteen Miles by
Horse and Wagon to the Volcano House.
Tourists by our Lino leave Honolulu,
On Monday, May 7, at 4 p, m.,
Per Stmr "iaNAU,"nnd have
Two Days & Two Nights
At the Volcano, lleturning, will
arrive In Honolulu,
Sunday Morning, May 1 3tli,
Tickets, which includes nil clinige-i:
luforranllon or Tickets,
er's Sleart So,,
Olllee: Corner of Fort te Queen Streets
Honolulu, 31 ay 8, 1SS8. 512 41
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
RUXXIXU RACE 4 Mile Dah.
Fiee for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUXXfXG RACE 1 Jlile Dah.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by nieniuers of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the property of the
one winniii'r it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTIXG and FACING RACE
For Hawaiian bled horses only to
harness Mile Jleats, het 2 hi 3.
Jf but one to starts to bent 2 :50.
RUXX1XG.RACE 14 Mile DaMi.
Free for all.
5lh KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
illlo Heats, heist 3 in u. Free for
all. All horses having a record of
2:30 or better to j;o to wagon.
RUNNING RACE ? Jlilo Bash.
Open to all 3-year old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7lh ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUXXIXG RACE 1 Jlile )ah.
Free for all. Winner lo heat Hie le
cord of '"Angle A," 1:154. To he
run for annually.
8U1-HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
SI 00 added.
RUXXIXG RACE-4 Jlilo Heats
best 2 in II. Hawaiian hred lioises.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consccutio years.
Sin JOCKEY CLUU POST MATCH.
Svr.i:i-TAKi:s TROTTING and
PACING RACE .Mile Heats, best
2 in ii. Fiee for all hote- that
have not n recoid of. 'I minuter or
better tobediiven hi Fraier road
carts by member of the Club.
lOlh LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUXXIXG RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all.
11th PONY RACE.
Open lo all ponies 14-hands or
under, and !!-year old or over.
HSy Rules regnidhi" enlrles aud
starling are suoptuulcd in races against
Per S. S. Australia,
Al The Beaver Saloon
If. .H. NOliTJB, Proprietor.
rPIIJJ rcgulor (luurtcily meotlng rd" Uio
-L Paclilo Haiihvaro Co., (Limited),
will bo held ut their nfilco, on THUJiSs
DAY, May U, 1888, ut 10 o'clock a. m,
JAS. Q. SPENCKIl,
28 1-w Secretary,
g m MM )S Eg
Auctlou Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
CREDIT SALE !
ON L1BERAT TERMS.
By order of Messrs. Thoo. U. Davie"
& Co., (on account of vacating premises
for rebuilding), I will tell at Public
Auction, at my niierooin, corner ot
Fort nnil Queen streets,
On MONDAY and TUESDAY,
2lny 7th mill Stli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3C,
A Fine Assortment of
New and Desirable Goods I
Ex. Keccnl Arrivals Consisting In
pail as follows:
Dry M ! Groceries !
.Crockery & Glassware I
BlrmUctH, Liverpool Salt, Bn-helware,
While and Brown Cottons 1
Prints, Tailors' Goods,
Drills ! Silk Handkerchiefs 1
Woolen nnd Cotton Slmwl",
Perfumery, Neckties, Laces, Ribbons,
Etc., Etc , Etc., Kio.
TMJTOtH A-'X" HA.JL.13.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
SPECIAL SALE OF
I am ins'ructed by JIesrs. U. Ilackfeld
& Co., to offer at Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, May 18th,
AT tO O'CLOCK A. 3r.,
At my Salesiooms, coiner of Foit and
Queen streets, a choice lot of
Hew aud Elegant Honsohold Furniture
I QiiiuiinQiiilti I
uuu . umuuuuiuu .
Wardiouiis, Bureaus, Tables and
Etagercs, in Mahogany and
Vienna Bent Wood Furniture I
Garden Seats, Rugs & Carpets,
Traveling Trunks & Hugs,
PICTURES AND OTHER
LEWIS ,T. LEVEY,
33 lit Auctioneer.
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
JL Daily Bulletin 5D els per month.
Another Fieih Lot of
Just arrived and
FOR SALE CHEAP
Algeroba Firewood & Charcoal I
JIade fiom Algeroba Wood.
At JOHN P. CHEFS,
Bell Tele. S3. -KBaigT Mutual Tele. 387.
Tho fihof.ling Gallery Premises, on
Poitblrect, will bo opened
on Slay 1st, as a
First Class Frolt Store !
CS?Ico House Fruits -will bo received
by eveiy Flcaincr from tho Coast. A
full iibsortiuent of Hawaiian Fruits will
also he on sale. 30 3t
A fresh lot of this cdobratcd brand of
Champagne, just landed ox Uri.
tisli bark "Natunn,"
For Sale in Quarts and Pints
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
COAL T -A. DR
At California Prices.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
THE ONLY READABLE
X PER In tho Kingilom-
Daily Uullctin." 50 cents per month.
FOR SALE I
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
XN nccordnnco with u power ofsalo
conthicl in a certain niorlgngo
deed made by Amos Frank Cooko, of
Honolulu, I bIii nil of Oahu, to .1. Molt
Smith, Edwin O. Ilnll and- Ban ford U.
Dolo.Triiiteos under the Will nl Wll.
Hum Chailos Lunnlllo, dated the 17th
day of Miuch, A. D. 1832, aud lccorded
In tho Registry i f Deeds in said Hono
lulu, lu Liber 73, on pages 1117 and 'MS.
.Notice is nereiiy given Hint Uio mort.
gageos intend to foreclose said inort(;ngo
for condition broken, to wit: The uon.
payment of principal and interest wlii-n
due and upon said foreclosure will sell
at Public Auction, at thu Salesroom of
J. F. Morgan, in (aid Honolulu,
On .SiUuirtay, jllny nth, 1888.
AT la O'CLOCK AOO,
Tho premises described in said mort
gage. The premises to bo sold arc: Govern,
ment Lcasu No. 203, and tho premises
thereby demised togothor with all int.
The impiovcnientH consists of tho
largo thrrcstory stone wnrelioiiM), now
occupied by tlio 1'iicilic Navigation
Company, on Queen Sliect, in bifid
Further particulars can ho had of
William O. Smith, Attorney nt Law, GO
Foil Hicct, Honolulu
MARY S. FARKKR,
WILLIAM O. FAR1CE,
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Tms'eca under the Will of W. C.
Honolulu, Mrrch 22, 18S8. 32 3t
Administrator's Sale of
REAL ESTATE I
BY Tirtuo of an order of Sale granted
by the lion. Edward Preston, Jus
lice of the Supienie Court in Probate,
on the mill day of Apiil, A I) 18SS,
the umloiaigtied will sell at Public
Auction, at the Salesroom of Jas. F.
Morgan, Auctioueoi, on Queen street,
in Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
On Tuesday, 3Iy 8th, 1888,
AX lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
For Cash on the execution or title deeds,
tho f blowing land, viz:
All that certain piece of parcel of
laud situnto at Puulcna, Linoa Valley,
in said Island of Oahu, aud bounded
aud described as follows:
Apana A Kulu and Taro Laud. Com
mencing at tho East corner at tho Chi
nese road, aud runninj:
North 07 00' Wen, 3.31 links; North
07 30' West, 211 links; South 22 30'
West, .85 links; North 08 30' West, 62
liuUs; South 17 00' West, 95 links;
North C0 00' West, 2 22 links; South
81 15' West, .20 links; South 23 00'
West, .90 links; South 00 30' East,
8.30 links along Apana B; North 6 00'
Fust, l'J links along Apana B; South
Tl 00' East, 1.00 liuks along Apana R;
South 52 00' East, 2 90 links along
Apana U ; Worth 20 00' East, 3.50 links
to initial point, and containing an area
of 2 03 acres, and being part of Royal
Patent No. 2410, L. C, Award No. 1120
to Paaluhi, and Roal Patent No. 2599,
L. C. Award No. 1040 to Upepc.
The above property is a part of the
Estate of S. Nupakukapu, late of IIouo
jCST"J3ecds ut the expense of tho pur
chaser. Further particulars may bo obtained
of the undersigned at his office, No. 27
Merchant ctreet, Ilonolulu.
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Admintrator of the Estate of S. Nn.
I, Knbunaaumoc (w), having a life
Estate in the above descrihed premises
hereby join with the Administrator in
the sale thereof and agree to execute a
deed lo tho puichaecr tbeicof to convey
my estate therein to perfect nnd com.
plete thu title in fee simple.
K AnANAAUMOE, her X murk.
Wittness: Edmund U. Hart.
Honolulu, Apiil 21, 1881. 33 4t
HTHE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
JL most popular paper published.
U King st,
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos Sl Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine UpMstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.
Has juBt received rx-Australia a very
handsome assortment of nil tho
In the Ulillincry Line, such as
Hats, Blons, Featta,
Ornaments, &c, &o,
Also, a Most Excellent Assortment of
3P 3L. TT IMC DE f
09 JMreet from Europe. 1m
THE DAILY BULLETIN isallvo
X evening paper. DO cents per month
Or fc3uii rriuielHCo.
Sample packages of the following Meals
may bo had of Gonsalvcs &. Co.
frco of chorgo:
Germea, Eye Meal,
Granulated Onl Mcnl,
Scll-raislng Pearled Corn Meal,
" Buckwhoal Flour,
" " Drcaklnsl Cako Meal,
" " Cream Graham Flour,
" " Breakfast Whoat,
Cream Flake Oats,
SAMPLE PACKAGES OF
Del Hub Family Fir.
iucn SI tool. lwr
White Bros.' Port. Cement
Coal Tt, StoffloliH Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
FOIt SAIiK BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Australian lall Senlce.
FOK SAK FiSANCISCO,
Tho now and line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
EVSay 6, 1 888.
And will leave for tho abovo port with
mails and passengers on or about that
',wirei?1i,t or rassafie. having 8IT
PEHIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IRWIN & CO., Agents;
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and lino Al steel Hteamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will-
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
May 10, 1888,
And will havo prompt dispatch with
molls and passengers for tho above ports.
For freight or passage, having STJ-
PEItlOIl ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IHWIN & CO., Amenta.
FOR SAN FltANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, May 8th,
For Freight or Passage apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will bo despatched by
tlU Line for Honolulu, to lcavo
New York in nil May.
For further lufouimtlon apply to
W. H. GROSSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 70 Broad Street,
CASTLE & C00EE,
NOTICE is hereby given that Man
Chip holds full power of attorney
to act in till business transactions of the
firm of Wing On AVo & Co,, ud is au.
thoiized also lo sign said firm namo by
WING ON WO & CO.,
by O. Cheung Plug.
Honolulu, April 15, 1888. 531 2w