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OrncK OF IIoad Supervisor )
Honolulu, Il.I., July 17, 1888.J
Tendeia for shoeing of tlie Govern
mont Hoises niul Mules, foi ( mouths
from August 1, 188S, will bo received
at the Oilico of the Roud SupervUoi
till 12 o'clock nnoii on TUESDAY,
July 21, 1888.
II. F. HK1JHAKD,
Road Supeivisar of Honolulu.
BISHOP & Co., BANKEKS
Honolulu, Ilawmian Islands
Draw ExcUaiiKu ou the
JEtuuIc ol Ctvliioi-iiia, . ST.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co:, of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vie.
torja, B. O., and Portland, Or
TranB&ct a General Banking Bubinea'.
rJ X I 1
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Put established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 18S8.
DEATH TO PASSPORTS.
But few people will deny thai
tourist travel to these islands is ;i
benefit, directly or indirectly, to
this entire community ; that the
greater the travel, the jjrreatcr the
benefit; that such are the pectiliai
features of the country, that if the,)
weic ruoie extensively known
abroad, they would attract tourists
to it in greater numbers than hith
erto ; and thai therefore judicious
advertising of the country is a wise
find piofllablc thing to do. But
there is one impediment to people
coming here which should first be
removed. This impediment is
among our statutory enactments,
and it is in the power of the Legis
latiue to remove it, without the ex
penditure of one cent of 11101103'.
We lefcr to the laws which compel
the payment of a two-dollar tax on
entering the country and the pro
curing a passpoit before leaving it.
In neither case does the amount of
money constitute the ground of ob
jection, but the principle involved.
With legard to the passport sys
tem, there is that about it which is
repulsive to free men. Americans
and Englishmen arc not accustomed
to passports in their own countries,
and when they come in contact with
them abroad, they at once get the
idea that they have reached des
potic air, and they do not like it.
It is a fact that our passport system
prevents people coming to the coun
try some, at least which the fol
lowing extract from a private letter
written at .San Francisco by a former
resident of Honolulu, and recently
"Your antiquated passport prac
tice makes against people going
down theic. I met three tourists
from New York the other day. Dur
ing our conversation, they mention
ed the Sandwich Islands, and their
desire to visit them. Finding that
I was acquainted with your country,
they made many enquiries about it,
and ultimately decided to go.
Whereupon I gave them a little of
what I thought would be useful in
formation for them ; but I put my
foot into it. The mention of 'pass
port' startled them. They declared
that they had lately had some 'pass
port' experiences on the continent
of Euiope, which made them nvesrc
to going to any country where a
a.Bsport is required. All my at
tempt to bhow them that it is a
harmless thuS at Honolulu had no
effect. They thui made up their
minds to go down to Southern Cali
fornia, as here there is no payiort.
Tliebo were men of means and wouKV
probably have left among your peo
ple from $5,000 to $10,000, if they
had visited you. The passpoit stop
TI10 other day the Legislature
voted a sum of money for advertis
ing this country abroad, with Iho
view of inducing people to como
here. It is to bo hoped that the
same Legislature will have the good
bcuso to support Mr. Ilitchcock'b
bill to abolish passports, and thus
throw down this hairier hi the way
of free travel.
ANOTHER ASPECT OF
Mk. Editou: In the various
newspaper ai tides which have ap
peared, commenting on the pass
port system, generally unfavorably,
and expressing tho opinion that it is
odious, 1 have never seen it no
ticed that it detains, or may detain,
for their debts classes of persons
who are not liable for debt, viz.,
minors and married women. It
must be considered thai the pass
poll system was provided to secure
the payment of dehls and not for
reenuc. Look at the sixth clause
of the amendment to .See. 01G of the
Civil Code, found at pace 18G of
the Compiled Laws, and you will
find that a person stopping a pass
poil must show that a suit has been
commenced to enforce the claim or
debt w ithin ten days after notice to
slop the passpoit. Section Gol
makes the master of the vessel tak
ing a passenger without n passport
liable for Hie debts which such per
son may have left unpaid in this
kingdom, and to the payment of a
1 sometimes smile when 1 see the
crowd of wives and children depart
ing, mostly for a Aacalion, by our
monthly steamers, as I remember
that paler familias must have paid
for everyone the passport dollar
that they may not be detained for
debts which they arc not liable for
and which cannot be collected fiom
If these impossible debtors were
freed from this unpleasant tax,
more than half of the trouble would
I think tho practice of rcquiiing
passpoits from them lias arisen from
a loo narrow and literal construc
tion of the term "Every person."
A reasonable construction in view
of tho object of the law as plainly
expressed by many provisions
which I have not quoted, m.: the
collection of debts from persons
who are leaving our jinisdiction,
would be "every person who is lia
ble to pay debts."
Look at the effect of Section G10
if applied to every person for whom
now passpoits are requited. "Every
person who shall depart from any
port in the Kingdom with the inten
tion of leaving the same, without
first obtaining a passport shall be
subject to a line not exceeding one
hundred dollars in the discretion of
the Couit." For although the debt
of your child may not be collected
fiom him, he may be fined (on his
return) if lie gets away from the
Kingdom without a passport.
Perhaps then it is not within the
true and legal intent of the law to
require passpoits from "every per
son," but no one cares to be at the
great inconvenience and expense too
of testing the question. An amend
ment of the law only in lospccts
above indicated could not be ob
jected to by those who wish to pre
serve their securitj' for collecting
TO AVOID ACCIDENTS.
Ennou Bui.t.i.tix: It appeals to
be impracticable to build a traniwa'
in the stmcts of Honolulu and to
leave out the principal thoroughfare.
This will not do. But in order to
aAoid accidents, I would suggest
that the Minister of Interior issue
a regulation (if he has the power to
do so) that all carriages have to
keep on their right side, which will
pi event the meeting of caniages on
the same side of the tramway.
If the Minister has not the power,
the Legislatuic should pass a law to
that effect. X
DIBBS ON THE QUESTIOK-PATH.
Editou Bulmhix: I see by the
report of Minister Thurston piintcd
in the daily papers, my pay is quot
ed at $0.50 per day. The facts are
these: I agieed with Mi. C. B.
Wilson to go to Molokai at the late
of 1 per day, to find my own bed
ding, as we should have to live in
tents. On the 20th Februaiy 1 go
there and do not return to Hono
lulu till Saturday, June 2nd. The
next week 1 go to the Water Woiks
ollice for an account of 1113 time and
pay ; wab told 1)3 the cleric that he
could do nothing about it. 1 go
again the next week, the same ic
Btilt. I go again the third week ;
meet Mr. C. B. Wilson. He says,
what, do you want to discount your
note? I ieply, no, 1 want a state
ment of my time and what is duo
me. Mr. Wilson then said I have
not got the book 3'et. On the fourth
week I again go to tho ollice, and
present him wilh my own statement.
He reads it over and bnyn to me,
you have 011I3' ! days, anyway. I
liavo not got tho books. Go to Mr.
Godfrey and get your time. Other
words then ensued, to which ho ic
plied, what aro you going to do
Now there boing no law to sue tho
Minister of the Interior or his
agents; and to find out tho truth of
my statement, 1 rcspectliiliy ask tho
MVnUter of tho Interior, or through
him, M employees, to what use
were two mwk lorms signed on tho
night of the 2biu o March, 1888,
by all the while nm, lmU-w'hites
and kanakas, in the camp at Wai
kolu put to? Were they to flraw
our pay for tho months of Febiuary
and March? If bo, please to state
what amouut per day was diawn on
my account, or were they merely a
collection of autographs to become
of value in tho near future. Ono
other question ; where is the differ
ence in the statement of Minister
Thurston which allows mo 10 days
in Febiuary nwl March ami the
slnlomonl obtained by n ceitaln
lawyer of Honolulu signed by the
secretary of Waikolu, in which ho
allows me only 30 clays? Of course
the latter must be the right one.
,T. W. Gmns.
MY ANSWER TO J. F. SMITH.
When the struggle against slav
ery was agoing on in America,
everything was tried the imagina
tion of statesmen could invent to set
limit) and bounds to Its aggressive
nppioaches, except annihilation.
Compromises and bargains of diffe
rent kinds were made local option
(popular sovereignty) and the sword
were all tried, but it would not
down. Compromises were biokcn
and armies put to flight; no weapon
raised against it prevailed. While
it was being dealt with gently by
"moial suasion" as it was held up
and protected 1.- law as an honored
institution and no weapon but pro
hibition, abolition or annihilation
had any effect upon it; but after
abolition had been decreed and its
death warrant signed, all annios
lighting against it, and all weapons
raised against it prevailed, nnd slav
ery was wiped out, which never
could lmc been done by gentle
treatment. The slave power strong
ly objected to the unconstitutional
ity of the weapon, it milch preferred
the old "moral suasion" weapon
should have continued to be used,
the same as the rum power docs to
day. Again, we remember the wolf
that was destroying the sheep of
the farmeis and which they had
tried to scare away tiap, poison
and gun ; but she eluded all and
continued her depredations upon
the sheep, until all decided "any
fuilher temporizing was vain and
costlv she must be followed to her
den and killed." And killed she
was b3' J. Putnam, who crept into
her den and shot her. The safety
of the sheep and peace in the ncigh
boihood was secured by the death
of the wolf. Moral biiasion and
temporizing expediments weic all
abandoned in her case, hence the
Once more, the papers tell us that
a "mad dog" bounded into an Ame
rican behool one waun day, with
minder in his eyes and death drop
ping from his lips. Foi tunatcly,
tho school was presided over I13' a
Yankcy Miss of 18 summers. A hc
loine who took in the situation at a
glance that the dog was mad and
if not prevented some of her schol
ars would be bitten and die. So as
quick as shot, she promptly placed
herself between the children and
the dog, and baflled him with her
1 tiler and her dress, until at a favor
able oppoittmit3' she quickly envel
oped the dog's head in her dress,
and held it fast until help airivcd
and killed the dog. Fortunately,
neither teacher nor children weie in
jtned. This was a desperate case which
demanded and received heroic ac
tion. It will be observed that it
was the executing the decree of
death against the dog that prevailed
and brought peace and rejoicing.
Hear with me: Some years ago in
California, 1 heard mother (Dial's
wife you know) cry out, "John,
there's a snake in the house! Call
Nelson! Call Patrick! Call Joe!"
We made haste, and after hunting,
I suggested, "J guess it lias slipped
out." "Hunt it up and kill it; its
a rattlesnake; it will come in
again," was the excited answer. So
nothing would bring peace and a
feeling of safct3', as tho children
were running around, but the death
of that snake it was killed ; and
the wisdom of the prohibition decree
against the wolf, the dog and the
snake were never questioned.
Now, we fancy we hear the des
pairing and licait-piercing cry of
thousands of mothcis, scattered
over all lands, "I here is a snake
in Hie house, the snake of the still!
Help! Help! Help! Our beautiful
boys will be bitten! Oh! Help!
So 1 might conlltnio to repeat reo
lions of organized bottles of men
upon this stibiect all asserting that
rum as n beverage must go, prohibi- 1
tion the weapon and watchword.
"Moral suasion" and temporizing J
laws, "high licence, low and no
licence, restrictive ordinances, sales
forbidden to minors, to habitual
drunkards, drinking on picmises,
quart or gallon laws, Scott laws,
Btoks laws, Dow laws, and many
other restrictive laws have all failed to
satisfy and the last weapon prohibition
has now been taken up. Tho laws
above noted have served to agitato
the rum question and school the peo
ple to see 11101 e clearly the saloon
evil, and that nothing but prohibi
tion like abolition will unite the peo
ple to abolish the curs, fiee the
slaves and kill the snakes.
All tcmpcianco people will event
ually unite on National Constitu
tional Prohibition. They arc nu
merous enough now to carry it at an
honest election, and as soon as they
arc united and an opportunity oc
curs the work will be done. Fall in
Mr. Smith, there is no use strug
gling against the onward tolling of
the car of fate. The w 01 Id moves.
Civilization took an advanced step,
whore anil when, slavery was abol
ished. It will take a longer stride
and a more iinportantone when rum
sclliiifi is abolished.
Temperance agitation is not what
it used to be, when moral suasion
was its only weapon. Temperance
is now aggressive and has mounted
the highest lound of the temperance
ladder. It is now wielding the great
weapon, "Prohibition" against the
monster "Intemperance." It is
tills weapon thai abolished blnvcry,
the sheep wolf, Iho mad dog, and
the rattlesnake, and it must ptevail
against Iho snake of the still.
Jxo. 31. Ilonxun.
Auction Sales by James F. Iiorgan.
War Casli Sale !
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
WHERKAS Mi V. Waul, Assignee
of inoitftnuco in n ccrtiin mort.
gago whcieln William Johnsou is moit.
Vigor mnl John S. McOrow Is moit.
gagee, (hiteil .Tnuuiiry 20, )8l0, nntl re.
curded In Liber 05 on pngei 201. 2(1 j
nml 200, has lictotoforc duly foreclosed
iid nurtgngo in accordance with the
power of Milo therein contained and the
provisions nf tho Act of 1871.
Now tlicrcfoto by ouler of tali) As
sluuco of innitiracc. 1 will adl at Public
Auction nt my -alesrooms In Honolulu,
On Wednesday, July 35, 'SS,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOX,
Tho piopcitj entered by said moitgage,
All thee lands situate on tlio north
wiHtoily ti lo of thcXuuaiiu Valley rond,
In said Honolulu, and bounded anil ilcs
orlbul in follows: Commencing nt the
li'iitliwist corner or angle of lot one of
the iud premises on the said Militant)
Valley load, the tamo being the south
eastern point of J. Wrotl's land; thence
rtiniiinu' X. 31 dcg. 20 min V lOifoel
along Wood's land, S. 01 dcg. Ml mill.
Yv !)4 lul along J. Ahhm's laiul, t. ;57
clejj. 0 mln 1 2110 feet tilonp; lot two to
Ntnninu sirect, N. 41 dug. 1 inin. M. 82.n
Icel to iioinv of beginning 407.100 acn ,
togcthci with I he buildings and lin
tSt I'crnis otisli ami deeds a' expense
t '-ttra-otfViHiitwtftuJf tcg pw mimmiim
PTOUIMiWtiWg WITH HI win in
rf iff' ill
i 1 P'
IUis ! tIl f.rulu'M te ticntlcmcn of Honolulu!
ItliiK i ho BSojh & Girls!!
King up the I5ihic!!J
IShiK up KvorylMiily nil over IHnv.uii IV'oi!!!!
Toll 'Em All, that
9) mwx& v-V
HAVE OPENED Til El H
LEWIS T. IjEVISY,
t'lia-!. Ciclghton, Attorney fornssigncc
of mortgage, 0 ICaiiliiimanu btrect.
On FRIDAY, July 20th, 1888,
AT lO O'i'LOCK A. 31.,
At my Sdt-ro in, Queen slrrcl, I will
s- II .it Puhhc Auction,
household Furniture I
AT IS O'CLOCK. 3.'()(,
On Hotel HU'uut, Now liruwov TJloolc,
Whcie they will manufacture and bell tho FINEST and CHOICE
FRENCH AND HOME-MADE CAWDIES !
Fresli Candies made every day.
An Elegant Assortment of FANCY CANDY .v BON-BON,
' BOXES NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice .Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all kinds .eivcd fiom the most unique soda fountain in the city.
g!Candies carefully packed for shipment to tho other Islands
xWIIOJL.Ifisi.AJL.li: & KETATL:
King! King 11 Keep on Ringing and call at
&fl ...... ffi-J
tr" "The lew Candy Factory.
Under 1 j en is s-ouinl, kind and gentle,
perii'oi! liiuKun to harness ui.d biifi' for
u lady to drive, ami not afraid of Mcnm.
lollu, if not cild at l'tivatc bale 1 will
olfci him at Public Auction at my Sales
On FRIDAY, July 27th, 1888,
Imported per 'Disovery,' lireil by Bates
of S.icramcnlo, may tic "cl-h at
J. I. rov'Bi!il' 'tiblc.
C3"For particulars aj ply to
3.EWIS J. LEVEY,
!)'! lw Auctioneer,
WANTED lo 31ENT
'4,a 4 SMALL Cottage, of two
$S"fv5T3a xi. or three fiirniblicil looms,
fe?-li'M.i must be within 5 minutes'
walk tmin the Post. ollice. Addic-s ''A.
15. C.," liin.r.uriN Ulnce. 05 lw
Also, 1 Covered Top Brake !
With Spiitig Ouslitoi.s nml Hack,
ui ide by W. I'. I'gc.
1 2-Wkol Brake, Etc., Etc., Etc.
,1AS. P. JUOliUAX,
91 SI A ctinm.'rr.
mi mmmu n nil II iiiiiwimawiwwij' mniriiw
And thus they cry with
1 have for sale a lair (iiianihy of vain
ablo Music, (, ! sisiin,. of
I'iaiio I'iui'CH, IMmio . Violin,
Organ, Yoeal Music
ANU A J'l.W
O-to. 1 t, ZX 1" 2? I CH G "
The property of a gentleman having the
fi-'fAxii A COT) AGE of 0 rooms,
&jAJjR!l ' ' including kitchen and
IffiSffi-Jsa. hithroom. Must not be more
than lO minutes' walk from Post office.
Adilio , stilting situation and lent,
V.," tins ollice. J5 lw
qpilKEE nice Furnished
X ltooms vith Front Iloom
to rent, at No. 4 Gulden Lane,
sailed to private gentlemen; 5 minutes'
wall, fiom Pus'-Glllcc. Itents leasonablc.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
O'J Ur Foi t& Queen tU. lw
y. a nPII K picmises of Mr. R.
jftSftfSftft 1 Miio, coiner of Piikoi
BSSMha mid Berelania streets.
particular ei.iiunc at
E. MORE & CO.,
O'J tf King street
anguish enough to make devils howl
and with tears enough to float the
steamer "Kinau." The deadly ef
fect ot the bite of the Miake of the
still i& noloiious. It destroys more
human life in America, in one year
than all the mad dogs, saVagc
beasts and poisonous reptiles have
destroyed since the landing of the
pilgrims upon its shores. No won
der the cry against it is bitter and
piolonged. And prohibitionists
know tlioio can be no assured safety
in tho homes until this snake of the
still is slaughtered. So they bpring
to tho defence of tho homes as hon
ored knights of old to tho defence
ol tho weak,
And know ing its deadly eff ecl,they
will not scruple nor he A'ery paiticu
lar whether this snako bo killed
figuratively by Patrick's club,
Joe's ax, or Nelson's mattock. Its
deatli wnrrant as n beverage has
been signed nnd it must be oxe
cutcd. Prohibition is the weapon,
and tho question of the age.
Forty years ago the abolitionists
declared "slavery is a sin against
God and a ctimo against men" and
they were called "crackbraincd
Now tho piohibitionists deelaru
"The importation, manufacture and
ualc of intoxicating beverages is n
sin aguinst God and n crime against
man." And they aro called "crack
braindd fanatics." um s a i,cvor.
ago seems to bo following slavery to
its deatli. The melhodiht Bishops
in their great address at their late
conference declared "It (rum)
never can be legalized without sin,"
'"1P1II) nbtvo premises situ.
X atid at Kupiohini Park
will bo icntcd to a suitable
icnunt for a term of -1 to 0 months. Tho
bouse contains parlor, two bedrooms,
dining room?, bathroom, pantry and
kitchen. All nicely fuinhhcil. Good
btables and necessary outbuildings.
Plenty of fresh milk and eggs on tho
premises. Apnlv to
00 lw HARRY J. AGNEW.
npm: undersigned having this day
JL been appointed Assignco of the
Estate of A. K. Palckaluhi, of Ifono.
lulu, a bankiupt; all persons indebted
to said estate aio heioby notified to pny
tho sumo immediately to the under,
signed. W. C. PARKE,
Assignee of tho ltato of A. K. Pale,
Honolulu, July 18, 1888. DO 3t
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ANEW smnll Cottage on
Fort street, of 4 rooms
i wilh bathroom and kitchen
Apply to No. 7 Chaplain street. 88 2w
Sunny Room on lierc.
witn uonru, lor
single huly or gunth-innn ornniniried
couple. Fiee use of pailor. Addicts
Bum.e'iin Ofllce. 04 lw
Ata. -. rpiIE premise: known nB
fcfc X Singei's Bakery, includ-
ing hull oiy, store, 4 cottages
etc., for a term of jenis on cisy terms
to a good tenant. Apply to Mr. U.
Brown, or T. W Rawlins., at the Iln
waiian Soap Works. 84 tf
EOlt SALE or LET
Literary & Musical Entert'm't.
Miss Piesscott, assisted by local talent,
will give a
i x rv G 3R. . 3R Y
At the Y. M. C. A. JIall,
On Thursday Evening, July 19,
To commence at 8 o'clrck.
.a.i9sio:n, ro centb.
Has opened a
AT THE FISH MARKET,
JBes of Meats !
Can bo Purchased.
051 BSTBoll Tclcphono No. 21-fl lw
Tickets will be for f ale at llcwett's.
HPIIK person or persons who boriowcd
X tho 'Jnd and 3rd Volume nf Jin.
wniiau Reports from tho olllco of W. O.
Parke, will plrao lelum the bunio to
his olllco immediately.
0U ill "W. C. PARKE.
m. a nPIIE House nnd Lot on
KDw Rerclniiiit bticct next to
B53Mi. John linn's on tho wettj
largo lot iinis from Deictnnia to Young
str ct. House contains parlor, dining
room, Ihreo largo bedroom0, kitchen
b.ith-ioom and out. houses Inquire of
91-tf W. C. "WILDER.
NE lino Milch Cow,
price. S-125, Apply
at tho Huixktin Ofllce.
I havo just received a liny a-boiluicnt of
rpiIE Hawaiian Fruit & Tato Com.
X pany, of Wailnku, .Mmd, having
purchased all the light, title and in.
ttrcst of His Majesty in the Allien Fruit
& Taro Company, will cairy op the
tamo and supply the best of Turo Floui
W, II. DANIELS,
Honolulu, July 18, 18S8. DO 2w
MUSIC furnished for hall?, paitlea
and soiomidcs by Palmer's Stiing
Hand. Oidorsleltat O. E. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone !Wd. 74 tf
'PHE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
X mobt popular paper published.
HORSE, IJrako nnd
$1115. The horsn is sound
and gentle, hi alio nearly
Apply at iho Iluu.K'riN Ollice.
npiIE undcrflgned hereby forbids all
X i cisoiis trespassing on tho hlnnd
of Mnkuiimoiimo or Fords Island In
Pearl River Harbor without permission.
Anybody found so trespnssing will ho
prosecuted according to law. Those
who have permission to go on the
Island aro forbidden from taking or
iibcing firearms while there.
03 lw MltS. L. Iv'AFU.
Dlicet frota tho manufacturers In Hal-
briggan, Ireland, which I gmnautce
to give satisfaction In puielnibcrs.
"W. C. SPE.
l'ort Ht.. ojipo. O.
P. MILTON, -
S. Oo.'s Wlmrn.
Beef, Veal, Pork, Fish, Mutton
Hllll Mil K
Also a supply of
On hand at all times.
CAUTION lo PUIiCllASIUiSl
IX directing attention to tho aboo wo
beg to caution buyers against pur.
chasing an infeiior quality Ircqiieiitly
cold as Real ISulbriggnuai a much lower
phco lluiu it is possible to produce, tho
genuine article. Intending puiclmscrs
solicited to buy hosiery without the
triulo mark would do u-ll to go a
wiitten guarantee that it has been made
SMYTH & CO., (Limited),
The Original llalbrlggau Hosieis, Ks.
tnblishcd A. I). 17f0, Miinufac
tory llalbrlggau, Ireland. 1)1 tf
rpR EDAILY BULLETIN a"llv"e
X evening paper. CO cents per month.
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Hhipplng and Families supplied at
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