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But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, SKIT. 0, 1888.
A CALM VIEW.
Editou Bulletin: Several arti
cles have appeared in the Bulletin
(June 2nd and 14th) from cone
spoudents, who ignored the exist
ence of any other party in this
country but selfish ones.
I intended to protest against this
long ago, and in fact wrote my ideas
down for publication, but as often
hesitated to rush into print.
Other people have acted differ
ently and their action has induced
me to protest again. I shall avoid
personality and not use such ex
pressions as missionary and crank,
etc., but I shall endeavor in a business-like
way to contradict certain
Did you ever hear the cr3' : "The
Chinese must go?" I never did. I
heard about restriction, limitation,
etc., but that is all.
Are all men born free and equal?
Decidedly not, such phrases are an
tiquated. All educated Americans
are in favor of laws, that keeps the
paupers of any country from their
shores and particularly the Chinese.
Are not, the Australian Colonies
doing the same? Are Mr. X and
his cook equals?
That slander on the importers does
not deserve anj- notice, unless the
Christian gentleman means to say
that the Jews are worse than the
Chinese. For all respectable firms,
I am authorized to state that some
body did not tell the truth. Some
people are fond of statistics, but
they put too much value upon them !
For instance, "for the crime of
adultery only nine convictions were
made ot Chinese and for drunken
ness only 2y."
Drunkenness is easily dUcovcicd
and I am willing to admit that most
Chinese arc in sympathy (a good
word occasionally) with the Blue
Ribbon League. These figures
prove that liquor is not the root of
all evil, and that only nine have
been caught adulterating. But how
many have not been caught. Is
there any man on these is'ands, who
knows something about life and
.who can believe that only nine
"Chinamen committed adultery? Are
all criminals discovered, and if so
arc they all convicted..
Another point, everybody has the
right to come to these islands, make
money, take his pile and leave.
This has been true heretofore, but
are those the men that should rule
the country. I say decidedly
"No!" They do not care for tho
future of the country, and the coun
try does not need to care for them.
Tax them, when they are heie, for
their money invested abroad, tax
them for all their money, which
they take away from this country.
But there is another party, it is the
Hawaiian Patriotic Party who have
' come hero to live, to earn their
daily bread and peihaps more, who
have their families hero to live and
to die on the islands. These form
the party, mostly interested in the
welfare and the future of the Hawai
ian Islands. For their protection
all laws should be made. This
party includes all good natives and
halfwhites and I am one of this
party. In the name of this party I
protest against a flood of Chinese
coolies, as we desire to Jive in a
country of peace and decency,
where happy families can enjoy the
present and the future. My chil
dren shall not dwell in a country,
where the largest population con
sists of demoralized coolies.
I have no objection that the
Chinese gentlemen work on planta
tions, serve as cooks (even for the
Anti-Chinese Committee,) have their
rice plantations, and that tho best
and old Chinese residents, married
to natives, carry on their business
as heretofore, bnt they shall not
have all, The Native and Europ
ean kamaninas are entitled to a
share and they must bo protected.
Mr. Editor, I have endeavoured
to put this matter before the public,
as clear as possible, although I feel
like fighting any one, who so decid
edly advertises himself as against
Hawaii ami the future welfato of
the Hawaiinns and their kamaainus.
A Hawaiian Patkiot.
.DON'T ALL SPEAK AT 0HCE.
Editoh Bulletin : The "Elele" of
the 1st instance makes a charge
against certain people of having
been in a conspiracy to delhrono the
King and put his si ter on tho
throne, and also fctiys t.at some of
tho conspirators went to tho Minis
try and "gave tho thing away."
Is there not a member of the
& DrnwExchan Tj on tlio tenor whnt he knows of the matter,
K, Aud iholr i. ents in clcnnrtinent were in any Bueh eon-
hkt l i or
unci it any 01 me employees in ine
83nj) Day- beptoinber fth.
The House opened at 10 a. m.,
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
Rep. F. Brown reported JUty cop
ies of the report of the select com
mittee on the 15,000 matter wcie
printed. Ordered to be distributed.
okdi'u or tup. day.
Consideration of the Appropria;
tion Bill in committee of the wholc
Rep. C. Brown in the chair.
Pay of Tax Asses-sois, 18S8. . .$18,500
Pay of Tax Collectors, 1888 . . 17,500
Salarv Tax Assessor, Oahu,
Rep. Kamauoha moved it pass at
The item passed at 3,500.
Salary Tax Assessor Maui,
18SU $ 3,000
Salary Tax Assessor, Hawaii,
Salarv Tax Assessor, Kauai,
Pay of Deputy Tax Assessors
and Collectors, 1889 lu.UUU
Pay Tax Appeal Board 1,500
Interest on money to be bor
rowed, say $228,000 19,000
Assistance in bonded waie-
Noble Castle moved to insert an
item of $700 to repay the estate of
Noble Smith and Minister Ash
ford opposed the item.
Noble Castle moved the commit
tee recommend the House to refer
the item to the Finance Committee.
Expenses of proceedings in
connection with tho Nation
al Loan of 1SSG $ 5,000
Eneouiugcinent of ramie cul
ture r 5,500
Eiicoiiingcnient of rofl'ce cul
Encoinagcnientof the pi educ
tion and sale of taio flour
and other products of taio 5,000
A motion was made and carried
that the Secretary insert in the bill
all the items relating to the return
of taxes paid twice.
Encouragement of Immigra
Advertising Hawaii abioad.. 12,000
Minister Thurston moved it pass
Rep. Nakaleka moved the item be
The item was indefinitely post
poned'; 20 to 14.
A motion to insert an item : Bor
ing an artesian well at Kamato, Jno
lokai, was lost.
The committee rose, reported pro
gress, and asked leave to sit again.
Noble Smith moved the Appro
priation bill pass to engrossment.
At 12 :15 the House took a recess.
The House reassembled at 1.15
The item in the Appropriation
bill "Expenses Bureau of Survey
ing, S87,000," was amended to read
The salary of Portuguese inter
preter was increased from $1,200 to
The item "Roads and biidges
contingent 25,000," was increased
Noble Waterhouso moved the item
"Extension of Queen street," be
changed to read "New road from
Kakaako to Waikiki." Carried.
The item "Road from Lahaina to
Wailuku, 815,000," was stricken
Noble Smith moved the previous
The Appropriation bill then pass
ed to engrossment, and will be read
a third tinio on Friday.
Consideration of the pioposed
amendment to the Constitution.
Minister Ashford moved an
amendment which was only tho
transposition of a sentence, and
then moved the amendment pass.
Ho thought there was nothing un
reasonable or unjust in tho amend
ment. It was to prevent the Chi
nese gobbling up the country from
Noble Waterhotibo would liked to
have asked the introducer soino
questions about the amendment, but
as he was away and after heating
the Attorney-General's explanation,
he would move it be indefinitely
Noble Smith said there had been
the most careful and earnest consi
deration in this matter. Ho hoped
tho amendment would puss. ,
Jtep. C. Brown though a member
of the committee which drew up the
amendment, stated his intention
to oppose it.
Noble Widemann would oppose
tho amendment though it is very
in. Nakaleka spoke in favor of
in i ilnito postponement as the
amendment contacted with several
aiticles of the Constitution.
Rep. Katthane favored the pas
sage of the amendment.
Rep. Katiht moved the previous
Minister Thurston said thought a
The motion was put and lost.
Minister Green called upon tho
llouo not to block the Constitution
wllh such an amendment. As it
reads it is nonsense. He was read'
to suppoit the motion of indefinite
Rep. Paelmole was also against
Minister Thurston said that his
ideas on this subject were well
known, and he had very little more
to say. The day will coino when
the members who have been talking
ninnst this amendment to-day will
wish their tongues had been paral
ized. The attorneys for the Chinese
are satisfied with the amendment as
it now stands.
Noble Dole believed in the prin
ciples of true reciprocity. As this
amendment now reads it affords to
nil Chinese rights and immunities
which the Chinese themselves would
never dieam of granting to foreign
ers in China, and to a large class of
Chinese residents here it concedes
everything which the natives of the
country enjoy except the right of
Rep. Nawahinc said he had been
against the amendment right along
and saw no reason to change his
The ayes and noes were then call
ed on the motion to indefinitely
postpone the amendment, with the
Ayes: Gieon, "Watcrhouse, Lu
hiau, Wight, Bailey, Riehardson,
Widemann, Makee, G. N. Wilcox,
Hustace, Kalaukoa, Kauhi, C.
Brown, F. Brown, Deacon, Kainai,
Maguire, Kamauoha, Paris, Nawa
bine, Daniels, Rice, Gay, Nakaleka,
Noes: Thurston, Ashford, Wil
der, Robinson, Young, Smith, Not
Icy, Wall, Townsend, Hitchcock,
Dole, Naone, Kauhaue, Holekunihi,
Horner, Kawainui, A. S. Wilcox.
The House then adjourned until
10 o'clock Thursdav.
84th Day September Gth.
The House opened at 10 a. m
Piesident W. IL Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
Minister Thurston reported that
he had presented ten bills to His
Majesty for signatuic.
Minister Ashford read a first time
an Act to remit the Customs duties
on three hundred copies of a book
entitled, "Flora of the Hawaiian
Rep. F. Brown movod the rules
be suspended and the bill not be
Rep. C. Brown moved it be re
jected. Why should the duties be
Minister Ashford said the remit
of duties uas intended as a compli
ment to the late Dr. Ilillebrand's
usefulness to the country.
Rep. Dowsett asked if it was not
Dr. llillebrand who introduced rice
birds, uiynabs and lantana into this
Jtimster Ashford referred the
question to Noble Jaeger.
Noble Jaeger said that the remit
of duties was intended as a compli
ment to the doctor's memory.
JNoulc loting thought that it
would establish a bad precedent.
Noble Smith said it was a very
small matter and he should vote for
the bill. Dr. llillebrand did real
service for this country in a disin
Minister Thurston thought that a
bust of the late doctor would be
moio in the line of keeping his mem
ory green than the remit of duty.
Minister Green did not look upon
the lemit as a memorial. Books,
charts, etc., for educational pur
poses are admitted duty free, and
ho looked upon this book as an ex
cellent one for educational purposes.
J.HI1IIOI.CI J.IMHDWII IllilCCU Oil Oil
his desk as a start for a memorial to
the late doctor.
Tho 5 were pocketed by Noble
The bill was rejected.
Noble Hitchcock moved that the
bill entitled "An Act to prevent
married persons from deserting one
another" along with the special com
mittee reports be taken from tho ta
ble. Tho bill and reports were placed
on the order of the day and at once
A motion to consider the bill sec
tion bj' section wns carried.
A motion to indefinitely postpono
the first section was lost; 10 to 13.
Tho motion to lay tho bill on the
table was also lost.
Sections 1 aud 2 as recommended
by the committee then passed.
Tho bill then passed. It provides
in case of desertion that a warrant
issue and the patties be brought up
and tho Court try to effect a recon
ciliation. Imprisonment is done
The bill was ordered to be read a
third time on Fiiday.
Consideration of a bill for tho
Minister of Interior to convey to
tuislees n lot of land for the erec
tion of suitable buildings' for the
accomodation of indigent persons of
foreign bjith and descent.
Rep, C. Brown was not in favor
of tho Government giviDg away one
iota of its land for chaiitablc pur
poses. It was establishing a bad
precedent. He moved it be inde
Noble Dole moved tho bill pnss to
engrossment. He thought it was
asking very little of the Government
to assist to this extent.
Noble Hitchcock thought they
had hospitals enough. The Queen's
hospital should bo open to nil.
Noble Dole said it was not intend
ed to build a hospital. The idea is
to furnish indigent persons with a
place to sleep in.
Noble Smith moved it be referred
to tho Committee on Public Lands.
The bill in its present shape was
The motion to refer to committee
At 11 :45 the House adjourned to
10 a. m. Friday.
THE S. N. CASTLE ASHORE.
Quite early this morning a tele
phonic messagereported the bark
entinc S. N. Castle ashore at Kua
loa, near Col. Judd's ranch. At
about 8 o'clock the agents of the
barkentino, Messrs. Castle & Cook,
despatched tho tug Elcu to the res
cue. Reports were continually re
ceived and the blackboards of the
news-dealers kept the public pretty
well informed as to the position of
the Castle. The steamers J. A.
Cummins and Waimanalo, being in
tho vicinity of Kualoa at the
time of the casualty, were th
first to reach the Castle
and at a few minutes before 12
o'clock a report came that the bark
entino was afloat and on her way to
Honolulu. The vessel went aground
at about half tide and at the time of
her getting off the tide was pretty
high. Seamen say that the reef at
Kualoa is covered with about one
foot of sand and the chances arc
that the Castle is but slightly
scratched. At about 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon the S. N. Castle was
reported off Wairaaualo in tow of
the steamer J. A. Cummins.
A QUARTERLY meeting of the Board
ot Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pi till will be held at the room of the
Chamber of Commerce, on FRIDAY
NEXT, the 7th instunt, nt 11 a. m.
Per order. F. A. SCUAEFER,
37 3t Secretary.
rpHE annual meeting of tho stock
JL holders of the Hilo Sugar Co. will
tal;e place at the office of "W. G. Irwin
& Co. on MONDAY, the ih itit., al
10 a. n- W. M. G1FFAB1),
3!) 2t Secretary.
'"pnE annual meeting of the stock
X holdois at the Hutchinson Planta
tion Co. will take place at the office of
W. G. Irwin & Co. on MONDAY, the
Sth insl, al 11 a. m.
W. 3L G1FFARD,
39 'J t Stcicuiry.
SORREL Horse, 5
years old, about
U4 hands high, with
scar across left flank cut
ting his sheath; pacer. Five dollars
leward will be paid for his return to
i9 tf J. W. WINTER.
COTTAGE of 7 rooms,
situated on King street,
just beyond Thomas Square.
Artesian water, stabling and every con
vcnicncc. Apply to
39 lm At Hall & Son's.
A SITUATION as Night Watchman.
Apply at this office. 37 3t
MISS Thiele will open
and Kindergarten on
LL accounts against H. Liming
must be picsented for payment at
Honolulu, Sep'ember 4, 1888. 38 11
Geo. L. Bttbcock will resume his
Piano Lessons on WEDNESDAY,
September 12th. Residence, No. 13
Emma street. Mutual Telephone, No.
321. 88 lw
Af Y office will be closed from Beptem.
1YJL her 22nd to October 27th, during
my absence from tho Kingdom.
" M. E. GROSSMAN,
30 tf Dentist, 08 Hotel st.
M. Camara, Jr., is authorized
XtX to collect
lor our account. Spe
cial attention given to Portuguese out
standings. J. E. BROWN fc CO.,
7,1 tf 2a Merchant street.
DURING my ubseuco from tho King,
doni tho Hon. W. F. Allen will
act for mo under a .full power of altor.
noy' In all private mailers, and also In
all estates in which I am assignee or
aircnt. . u. x-aui.iu.
Honolulu, August 2(5, 188
I? LEG ANT Upright Piano, has been
It in ute only . few months. Fine
luilxhed, lalcbt improvements and Irll.
Imi t lonu, Boston, Maes , muke. Apply
at this Oulcc. 1)4 lw
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Si. Louis' College.
Boarding & Day School for Boy s
Tho course of Instruction embraces
all ihu branches of a good Clui'-tlnu and
Latin, Greek, French nnd German aie
optional studies. There aie no cxtia
charge for tlicm branches.
For admission, certificates of good
moral character aud of health are re.
quhed of every pupil.
For Day Scholars, COc, 75c, $1, $1.G0
per month, according to class.
Children whose parents are In clr.
cumstances which preclude tho ability
to pay tho full fee will bo admitted at
reduced rates, and whore it can bo
shown that thov nic not in a position to
pay at all, no charge will be made.
The Honullng Department consists of
two distinct classes of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Class, $1G0 per
Board and Tuition, 2nd Class, $75 per
MutJc on Violin, Plauo, Flulo and
Clarionet, $5 per month,
Vocal Music and Drawing free of
Laundry Expenses, $'i per month.
Me leal Attendance forms extra
chnrec. Also, lepnirs of all kinds.
jiooKi ana stationery at current rates.
Payments must he made quarterly
(cver 2 months) and in advance.
Ever' Boarder must Le provided with
Bcd.clothcs, a Mattress, 2 Night Gowns,
several Suits of Clothing for Sundays
and week days, G Shirts, 0 Pocket Hand
kerchiefs, 3 Pairs of Stockings, Collars
and Tic, 0 Pairs of Shoes, and articles
for toilet. Tho College Uniform Is
oblijiutory for Boarders.
The Boarders that have given satis
faction by their good conduct and ap.
plication to studies may spend ill first
Saturday of every montk with their
parents or guardians if called for by
A quarterly report of the health, con.
duct and improvement of every Boarder
will be sent to his parents or guardians.
The session commences this year on
Monday, Beptember 17, 1888.
CSSTFor further particulars apply to
the Piincipal of the School,
or to REV. FATHER LEONOR.
Punahou Preparatory School.
IIONOT-.TJL,XJ, JU. X.
Fall Terms opens Monday, Sept. 10, '88
The faculty nt Oahu College will be
constituted as follows:
Rev. W. C. Mcrritt, A. B., Yale Col
lege President Mental and Moral
Prof. A. B. Lyons, A. M., M. D , Wil
Hams' College Chemistry and Natural
Rev. A. D. Bissell, A. B., Amherst
College Instrumental & Vocal Music.
Miss M. Ella Spooner, Mt. Holyoke
Seminary Latin & English Litcrutuie.
Miss H. E. Cushman, A. B Oberlin
College Greek, Mathematics and Rhe
toric. Mrs. L. D. Pinney French, Mathe
matics and English.
Tlicso are all successful teachers who
have had experience in their respective
Tho faculty at the Punahou Prepara
tory School will consist of the following
well known successful teachers:
Hiss N. J. Malone Principal 1st
and 2nd Grades.
Miss Margaret Brewer 3rd and 4th
MIbsE. B. Snow Gth and Gth Grades.
MIsb Helen S. Gbambcrlajn 7th and
The Boarding Department win ho
under the same management as hereto.
ioro, anu mo Trustees are comment that
it otters better privileges as a school
homo than can ho obtained elsowliero
for the samu money.
It Is desired that early application
should he made for all intending to
enter either school. 00 tf
General Mh!ii!nc Agency ami for
olcn l'arcvlu Kxprcuw.
Chief Office, 23 Cannon St., London, E. C
Goods.'Parcels, Baggage, Etc, Etc,
Forwarded to and from all parts of
O. O, D, amounts of invoices collected
in any country.
jWrTarlffH of Jlutea on ApplIoutlon-f
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 38 Merchant Street. tf
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"Something New aud Statable lot this Climate. JgS
On Account of R
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather; Bisque, Glass it Parian Waie, Opera &
Marine Glasses, Telescopes,
Music lOoaces, Toys, Books, Albums,
And other things too numerous to mention. All the abovo
Goods will be ofleicd at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
gSflhe above Goods are New,
been imported ex recent arrivals and
gg oupjeiv EJ"E:iviPir3-s -a
W. H. GRAENHALGH
IOC ITox-t Street, Zlouoliiln.
EST BARGAINS tB
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS & GEN'L MERCHANDISE.
Novelties niicl Faucy Goodn, In Lai-jro "Variety.
NE line Milch Oow,
price. S12.". Apply
at the Bulletin Otllcc.
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tage of 5 or 0 rooms,
on high ground. Upper part
of Nuuanu Valley preferred. P. O. Box
100. 7 2t
FOR SALE or LET
THE House and Lot on
Berctanla street next to
Mr. John Eua's on the west;
large lot runs from Beretania to Young
street. House contains parlor, dining
room, three largo bedroom", kitchen
bath-ioam and out-houses. Inquire of
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BRICK STORE on Nuunu
street, iltted with shelv
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Kowlcin's corner. Rent very moderate.
Apply to J. E. BROWN & CO.,
2.5 tf 23 Merchant street.
TO LET i
jjg. a A HOUSE on School street
JkfSfflP -A. near the wooden bridge,
HQBHb containing five rooms, besides
billiard-room, bathroom, kitclien and
pantry. Also carriage house and stables
for two horses. Apply to
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At Watcrhouse's Fort-Btrect Store.
Cottage To Lot.
CONTAINING nailor, four
kitchen, pantry, bathroom,
large veranda.room and out-houees, with
nice carden, lawn, shade tiees and
acro'of land In good location. Rent $25
per month and water tax.
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female, perfect pets. Also
a Talking Parrot, (irreen).
Apply to W. S. LUCE.
a lady is (lclrous of dls -posing
of her Carriage,
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at the Hawaiian Hotel btubles. 38 lw
Received ex S. S. Australia a full
HATS HOP ALE.
Ilny'w Aerated Hop Ale (Noa
Intoxicating) William Hay, Hull.
"This is an excellent Non-Alcohollc
Beverage, which probably approaches
as near to Beer as is possible, without
the presence of alcohol. Our analysis
showed the presence of the bitter prln
ciplo of the Hop in perfect solution."
"It Is a nearer approach to Bass's or
Allsopp's Ale than any non-inloxicants
preceding It. Has tho Hop Taste of
Hitter Beer, and is a pleasant appetising
drink." Eastern Morning News.
"M. Hay's experiments on Hops have
resulted in the production of a beautiful
chsencc, which deserves to rank as quite
a pharmaceutical triumph. It mixes
perfectly uilli water, and has a fine Hop
Aroma. Hop Ale made from this
essence has, with tho Hop Flavor, all
the blight appearance of Champagne.
It froths remarkably, is u very agreeable
drink, and suitablo cither for summer
or winter." The Chemist & Druggist.
"A beautiful essence, has a fine Hop
Aroma, and Is quite a pharmaceutical
triumph." The Chemist & Diuggibt.
"IIuy'H Hop Ale. This is nn ex.
ccllent non-alcoholic beverage" The
"Has tho Hop Tnsto of Bitter Beer,
anu is a nearer approach to Bass or
Allsopp's Ale than any non.intoxicants
preceding it." Eastern Morning News.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
28J 28 Merchant Street. 2w
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