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BISnOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islaiida
Draw Exohango on tho
Banlc oi OJilii'oriila, W. ST.
And tholr agenta in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mcsw. H. M. TlolhccliiUl A Son, London
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of 83'dncy,
Tho Commercial Bank Oo., of Bydney,
rTho Dank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Ohrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1888.
NOT THE PLACE FOR A GROWL.
"Wc have been besought to make a
savago attack on the Interior De
partment for the rough condition of
King street, from Bethel street to
the bridge. One individual in the
express business very kinrity nivLcd
our diminutive and dilapidated
"corporosity" to a ride over that
thoroughfare in his caniagc, and
then explained that his notive was
to create a painful physical iinpics
siou, that might afterwards find ex
pression in the col u inn? of this
"fault-finding" sheet. Now, we
have not yet been cominoed thai
this is a proper subject for a rea
sonable growl. To be sure, the
.street, at the place mentioned, is in
a state of extreme loneliness, ex
ceedingly hui tf ul to wheels and
springs, and very unpleasant for
passengers. But the road authori
ties arc well aware of this fact, and
are engaged remedying the evil.
The urading process, which h'as
caused the ioughness, is completed
and the metaling 11 in progiess. The
material has to be hauled a long dis
tance, and theie is a limited number
of carts and teams with which to do
the work can't be all done at once.
As long ab the Road Supervisor and
his assistants are progressing as fast
as they can, we are not disposed to
make a "savage attack," but to
counsel patience instead. -A word
of advice might also be piopcr and
seasonable to express drivers who
have occasion to use that road.
Don't drive so fast. Go slowly in
rough places. Thereby you will
prevent damage to your carriages,
and your passengers will thank you.
WHAT HE DID SAY.
EniTon Bi'llktix: In your issue
of jxsterday I am reported to have
said in the discussion on the pas
sage of the military law that I con
sidered Section 12 of the Act uncon
stitutional. I did not in my remaiks
mention Section 12 at all, and said
nothing of the constitutionality of
I did say that Section 1-1 of the
law which appoints somebody else
to make rules and regulations for
the army and consequently for the
Commander-in-Chief, without the
knowledge of the Commander-in-Chief,
is not military law, and to
me an impossibility. 11. A. W.
Editoii Bui.lktin: Your report
of mj' remarks in the Legislature,
yesterday, upon the veto question
represents that I stated that theie
had been "but six vetoes by Presi
dents of the United States up to the
present administration. Two of
these were by Washington and two
by Lincoln." The report is incor
rect. I stated that there were but six ve
toes of Presidents of the United States
during the first forty years after the
adoption of the U. S. Constitution.
of which two were by Washington,
and that Lincoln, during tho event
ful period of his administration,
vetoed only two bills.
William 0. Smith.
Honolulu, July 2ith.
TO HUGULATB TUP. HECKH'T, STOUAGK
AM) DBLIVKIIV OK Sl'IIlITUOUU
LIQUOUS IS Till". UONDL'U
WAltr.U0U!iV.s IN THIS
Be it enacted by the King and the
Legislature of the Hawaiian King
Section 1. There shall be appoint
ed by the Collector-Gcneial of
Customs with the concurrence of the
Minister of Finance, a person who
shall be called the Store Keeper,
who shall have tho sole charge of all
bonded warehouses in the city of
Honolulu, -Island of Oahu, said
store keeper shall have tho appoint
ing of one or jnoro assistant as
may bo needed, who shall be respon
sible to him, and who shall receivo
audi pay as may bo appropriated by.
the Legislature of this Kingdom.
Section 2. The store keeper or his
assistants shall furnish a receipt to
the party storing spirituous liquors
in tho bonded warehouses in this
yvjfr t BEwBWi v ;
Kingdom, said receipt shall state If
tho packages are iu good order
or not, and all packages received
in good order and unopened,
shall be delivered to oider, in
such good condition as when
received, and whatever quan
tity has been removed or taken from
said packages since leceipt of said
spirituous liquors, said store keeper
or his assistants shall be made re
sponsible for imd refund said short
age to paity or parties holding or
owning said spirituous liquor, cither
in goods or cash.
Section 3. It shall bo incumbent
on parties storing spirituous liquors
in bonded warehouses in this King
dom, to inspect all packages on their
receipt in bonded store and if any
of eaid pnikngcs mo ullage or
broken, said party or parties shall
forthwith withdraw said spiiitumis
liquors from bond paying duty for
same, as by laws made, lor quantity
delivered ; piovidcd, however, that
spirituous liquors stoicd in bond in
this Kingdom that arc intended to
be exported to the United States,
and when it is specially mentioned
in their entry, that such disposition
is to made of them, they shall bo
lice of the boiorcmcntioned iiile in
regai d to withdiaual as contained
in the fir&t pait of this section.
Section !. All spiiitumis liquors
in bulk imported into this Kingdom,
shall bo in containers of over twenty
gallons each, when imported for ex
pott to the United States, from
ports in the United States, and shall
be subject to n charge for storage of
one cent per gallon, tor each pack
age gioss for thiee months: pro
vided, however, that all goods so
stoicd shall pay for the three months,
it once stoicd in tho bonded ware
house for ten days, or over that
time, find under thiee months, if
under ten days, no charge for stor
age bhall be made.
Section o. All spirituous liquors
imported into this Kingdom, when
not specially mentioned for re-exportation,
(as mentioned in Section
1 of this Act) shal bo subject to a
charge of one-third of one per cent,
per gallon per month, whether in
bulk or bottle, said charge to com
mence on the receipt of said spirit
uous liquois at the bonded ware
house. Section 0. All goods included in
the meaning of this Act, bhall be
stored and piled in the bonded stores
in this Kingdom, at the expense of
the party or paities importing or
owning said goods, and the delivcty
shall be made by the store keeper or
his assistants, by labor, furnished
by said bonded warehouses or store
Section 7. This Act shall take
effect and become a law on the date
of its approval.
DEATH oFREV.Ai oTfORBES.
After the icgular monthly meet
ing of the Hawaiian Board had be
gun Tuesday evening, word came
that the steamer had brought nc.&
of the sudden death of Rev. A. O
Foibes, the Corresponding Secie
tary. He had been in failing health
for some time, and had lelt Hono
lulu, May 18lh, at the invitation of
fiiends, to try what the air of Colo
rado Springs would do for him. He
had ieached the place, and had
wiitten home how much belter he
already lelt. But disease had made
greater ravages than was suimised
by himself, or his friends. Com
plaining of headache he retired early
to rest on Satniday, but shortly
after midnight he bteathed his last,
hi& death occuiring in the early
morning of Sunday, July 8. His
condition was first made known by
the moaning heaid in his loom. He
was found in an unconscious state,
and so continued till the end came.
Congestion of the biain was the im
mediate cause of death. A incicifiil
Providence has ordcied it, that
though dying away from home and
friends, there was no anxious
thought in life's last hours. Mrs.
Forbes, who Iett Honolulu, July .1,
learned the sad news on her arrival
at San Francisco. She will lemain
some little longer for the rest she
herself needs, and sympathising
fiiends are doing and have done all
that kindness can sugncst for com
fort in such bereavement, as they
had pi eviously done for Mr. Forbes
Rev. Anderson Oliver Foibcs was
born at Kaawaloa, S. Kona, Ha
waii, April U, 1838. His father,
Rev. C'ocluan Foibes, commissioner
of the A. B. C. F. M., came to
these islands in 1831, and was sta
tioned on the south side of Kenla
kekua Bay till 181G. His family re
turning to the United Slates in 1818,
Andurbon Forbes entered AVashing
ton College, Pa. .graduating in 1853;
and pursued his theological studies
at Piinccton, graduating in 18'iS.
Ho came to the islands the same
;i ear, and was stationed at Kalua
ahn, Molokai, until. 1808. He then
took charge of Kaiimakapili Chinch,
Honolulu; but in 1870 was appoint
ed one of the faculty of Lahaiiialuna
Seminary, wlure ho remained till
187-1. when he v,as called to bo pas
tor of the Foreign Church, at Iiilo,
Hawaii. There hu remained till in
1880 lie was elected Coirespondiii"
Secretary of the Hawaiian limit d"
which brought hiin again to llono
lulu to lcsidc.
A man of good judgment, of culti
vated mind, and scholarly instincts,
he knew the Hawaiian language in
its idiomatic forms with a con eel
ness, which few foreigneis have ever
attained. He spoke with a raciucss
and vivacity which made him an
acceptable speaker on all public
occasions. Ho greatly endeaicd
himself to tho Jlawniians, to whose
liV.-fvtTw,'J'tfialiiM'"ii:vvMvg.'.v'K-'',i iii.i jijihi i umnmiiiiLJjCfiiii'wii'.rJuui ' W"H.awfiJWOvi!iuMj''-m.'.'W,UKJtMwi
BraiED ,J!flbjv will A II
Sails from Honolulu
ON. MONDAY, JULY 30th, 1888,
At -1 o'clock r. m.,
FARE Round trip which
"Wilcier4 Steamship (Company.
Oil Honolulu. 3t
interests he wns thoioughly devoted.
His place nuil work as the Coires
ponding Sccrclaiy of the Hawaiian
Board, it will be dillleiilt to Till, ic
quiiing as it does such multifarious
qualities. His death is a loss to the
icligious working foice of the com
munity, which will be deeply felt iu
man j depsutuients of Christian
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
July 21th Thos. E. Smith, San
ford Sachs, Jamcb Otis, Han Fian
cico ; C. B. Briltain, D. M. lies
wick, S. S. Robeson, C. F. Htmhes,
U. S. N. ; W. R. Fox, M. D.,"Col
ton, C.il. ; Irving Eineron, Hart
foid, Conn. ; Frank Otis Alameda,
Cat.; C. Neldner, Hannover; II.
Travis and wife, Rher-ide, Cal. ;
C. C. Parsons, wife and child. Lead
ville,Col. ; Davitt Bostock,E. Judiell
Hopkins; T. B. Carlwrijiht, Eng
land; F. A. Lewis, Melbourne; W.
P. Collom and dauuhler, Minneapo
lis, Minn. ; Lewis II. Lipman, New
Yoik; Geo. II. Fairchild, Ravenna,
FINEST-BRAFlDS OF CALI
L loinni I'm i, M.uii-ira ami lUal.ig.i,
for siiu in kec- d ca by
GONSALVES & co.,
(il Queen strict.
A GOOD COOK. A -nly to
- JOE KOD MUCKS,
03 It Hsli .Mnrl.et.
Y a Geimnn Woman n Mlu'Uinn no
CocK. Apply a' tins i lll'-e. 01 1
Royal Insurance Company,
Accumulation of Funds, - 28,602,203.00
Fire ri ks taken nt cm rent rn'cs and
SLttlumcnl made in Honolulu.
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
July 2'. 8S ly
Union Fire A. 3Ini'iuc
Insurance Company of N. I
Capital, $2,000,000; Unlimited Liability.
Fire ami Marine liKs taken at current
rate anil tcitleme t made in Honolulu.
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
-S CJ IS"-
Insurance Co, of San Francisco.
Mtuinc lisksnn lltilN, Cargoc, Freights
nml Commissions at curnut rales
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
General Insurance Company.
.Marine rlbka on HiiIIj, Carjjncs. I"i eight
and ConunittimiH at cuncnt latet.
JOHN. S. WALKER, Agent.
Per "W. S, liownu," a ircoh supply of
ay ik. urain,
Also, a lot of
S perry's Flour, i&
For Salo at Low 1'iices.
JOHN F. COLBDRN & CO.,
03 Quooii Htreel. Iw
For Tahiti, Tuamotu and Marquesas
Groups & Pltcalru Island. '
The Ailvcnli&t .Mission Fcliooncr
" Piiebe !k Cliapman
Caitain, ; i A. Lovni l.
"Will tall for the above places on or
Next Tuesday, at noon,
CJTFor finical, ors-hko or oilier in.
foimulon ii ply to itio Ciipi.iin "n board
or t0 J. A. CUD1IEY
At Mi. N V. Hurgo,,' icw"u(S, u 'ip.
tilllla 8' reel. fltj ow
X Daily lJullctIn 60 cts per month.
includes all expenses FARE
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Carriage Horn at Audi
On FRIDAY, July 27, 1888.
AT 1 O'CLOCK .SO OX,
I will ollci at Public Auction ut my
I bay Carriage Horse !
UiiiUt I years, sound, kinl ui.il k nllu.
pcifi'cily lirnki'ii to lnums-i mid sxt.' lor
a lady t'l drive, and )Ml ilinld "f li mi),
lollui, lliu prnpirtv il ' . It. .1. Ijillir.
LEWIS J. JLEVBY,
02 at tn-ifiiiir.
Auction Sales by James l'. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, July 28, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX.
At the piuiiiiB'8, Mrichnnt stioi't, I will
sell nl Public Auction, lliu
Wooden Building !
Formerly occupied by Hi own & Co.
T Building to be lemov. d by Wed.
netdaj, August lb'.
JAS. P. MOIIGAN,
03 2t Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Sale I
BY order of ". IS". W lro, 3Jfi., the
MoilgiiKoo niinied 'in a lertiiin
cJi.ittol moiiKiigc made by A. li. Fisher
to ( N Wi'enx, dited August 1, US7,
nml te.'oid d in Li be 108, on pig-s2H,
2lfi, 210, 217 mil 218, I will sell at
I ublic Auction,
On SATURDAY, July 28, '88,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Silesio m, Q teen strict, the pro.
porty deMiilcl in F.iitl niort-
1-7 Ii.d. Single actgEuginG
l.'j h. p. Dunmo,
1 Klcctiic Governor,
Stockwell & Governors Motors
HollElectii"Lii;ht U p,
Medical Uilvanio IJulcricK,
One Electric Light Lamp,
Carbons, Telephone Cord,
Gravity Hittcries, Gasoline Torch,
Crocos Clolli, Emery CM,
1 Hall Bittery,
Braided Wire, Show Case,
Oloclf, E.te., 3Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
9-2 7t Aiiciioncer.
Will, by request, give an exhibition of
his powers in
Thursday Next, July 26, '88,
At 4 o'clock i m.
ADMIHSION, HO CENTS.
ST Ticket obtainable ut the door.
Proceeds will bo devoted to the Loner
H2J Funds, J2t
Sanders' Baggage Express Co.
M. nTsANDERS, j Zalori
F. I. CUTTER, J iToprietor.
Oilier. 81 King ttrfct, Telephone No 80.
ltesldcnce eleplionu No '201
Gon'l JZxpi'OBtalna tSz Xrn-ylnBT
Piano and Furniture moving a (.penally.
Wagons meet all incoming stcaracre.
July 25 ly
THE ONLY PAPER rrad by all
X claButb 'The Daily Bulletin.'1 60
cents per month.
For Sale on Draught at i lie Pantheon.
A YOUNG Eiur i-hman is iu wnnt of
a situa'loa as liuokkccpcr, C.ulner
or Genir.il Clerk. Has had nine jrart)
ixpeiienee in h steamship olllee. ( Irir.
uctur mid nhilitv vouchid lor. Addies
"P. O. liox 470." (ij lm
rpilE Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Com.
JL puny, ot Wiiiluku, Maui, hiving
luuehtied all the tight, title aud in',
triel of His .Majesty iu the Aldcu Fruii
it Tin. i Conipiny, will cany on the
tame and supply the btsi ol Turo Floui
W. II. DANIELS,
Honolulu, July 18, 188. UO iw
TVTEITI1ER the apiniii nor tho Agents
JLl ot li'ii-li clitp "C nketinouil "are
ruspotisib'e for any debts rontrucied by
G. W. MACFAULANE & CO.,
Ot 8t Agents.
OWING to many inquiries wc wish
to flnto that llio bti'iucsri of 'Thu
Eiilo Ice Cioiim Parlors" and "The Noa
Candy Faetoiy Mill be carried on as
heretofore iu flistclais style by
IJART & CO.
Honolulu, July 21, 1888. Ot lw
FOR SAN EliANCISCO,
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
poi t on
Tuesday, July 31st,
For Freight or Pns.nge, apply to
WM. 0. IRTyiN & CO., Agents.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"Tho Dally Uullotlu." CO ceuit.
m i' 'U u u juilu.il ijl' unteia 3.'t 1'i1
the way from St, Louis
NOTICE of ItEDIOVA L.
JOHN VcLAIN In r m..vwl hi
tJ Hbick-innhiiii! I-j-I ililichnujui to
Koit sheet, poslto Ilo; per' Jli'!,
nlieie he will bis glad t i ue hi nl i
fiiends mid new one-, 7S lm
AT a meeting of ihu t-hirebolders of
thu Waiohinu Agricultural it
Oriizinir Company, hebl m lltinotulii,
July 1(1, 1888, the lullo'wu,' ollioei
weie c iced lor the ensuing .K.ir:
John Ena I'r Milru',
. Mi'i e- ii ,
i -t eie'a
C. P. Ii-ukca
J. II. S. M irtin M.in.tgcr,
iSo nd oi DiKClnrx J. tna, U. P.
lauUea, J 11. a Manin nwl J. Kau
huue. C. P. IAUKEA,
Honolulu, J t'y 18, 1888. 08 lw
ujJlJI-HJUlm. I llll ilJLJlilt l
fiing np tlio I.iulioH &. Gentlemen of Ilmiohilu!
Jtinu; up the Hoys & Girls!!
Ring up the ltubis!!!
Itiiiyr up Jlveiyboily nil over Hmvnii Xti!!!!
HELLO, HELLO, HELLO,
Toll 'Em All, that
P L eE WW
HAVE OPENED THEIR
lew Candy Factory & Elegant Canfly Store
Oix llotol Sti'eol, Now Brown' ISloolc,
Wliero thoy will niaimfacttiio anil sell the FINEST and CHOICE
FRENCH AND HOlE-iADE CANDIES !
Fresh Candies made every clay.
An Elegant AsEoitnicnt of PANCY CANDY it UON-UON,
BOXES &, NOVELTIES always on liand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all kinds boived from tlio moht uiiiquo soda fountain in tho city,
)fiPCaiulies cniofully packed for shipment to tho other Inlands. jgfS
:VIIOX-.IO.AI-.ia &; KETAIL:
Ring! Ring 1 1 Keep on Ringing and call at
"The New Sandy Factory."
a tvtu 1 nxa'aat3rvin.tttk ' " f wn ' wt
A GOOD RELIABLE
f.imilv f 'ni i in rrn
SSUV ii,.,.,. ...;n,r sn i
:-S3-c2? 1 1 'i ire of
WM. O. ATWATER,
OS lw Honolulu Iron Woiks Co.
A LARGE Ft-Mignnnl Lantern with
iron hi n-i s, dc. Suitable for
oul-ideol a hole), rrttiurnnt or snloon.
iMiniieor - J.OVi JnY & CO.,
01 -it . 15 Nuuanu street.
MUSIC furnishtd for ball?, paitica
and sercrinde-. bv Pn'inei's S ring
banl Ordem lett at 'C. E. Williums',
or ring up 51 .tual Telephone 8a. 74 tf