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HONOLULU CARRIAGE 00.
Hack stand : ACcrc-hanl ami Fort
street. Telephones, 3!!").
THURSDAY, SEPT. 0, 1888.
Schr Kuhininuu from Hawaii
Bktue S N Castle from San Francisco
Bktnc W II Dhnond for San Francisco
Stmr Knala for alalua and Walanuc at
0 a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr C II Hisliop for Waianac, Waialua
and Koolau at 0 a m
StmrAV" G J lull for Luluilna, Maalaea,
Koua and Kau at 10 am
For San Francisco per bktno W II
Diinoud, ept-KcvJ W Sellwood and
wile and J .M Sims.
The bktno W II Dlmond took for San
Francisco this forenoon, 0,101 bgs of
rice, CD bids of molasses and 20 empty
gasoline tanks. Value of domestic pro
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Wasn't it hot to-day.
A. snvr.N room cottage is to let.
Anotheu engagement is .announ
ced. Tun Appropriation Bill is being
A ruwam) is offered for the return
of a strayed horse.
Mks. Campbell, dressmaker, has a
card in another column.
The Chief Justice and family will
return to town on Saturday.
The public arc invited to attend
the band concert at the llotel this
Pekkin, pitcher of tho Vandalia
nine, is in tho Station IIouso for
The Hawaiian Band played at tho
residence of Mrs. J. O. Dominis Sr.
Tin: steamer C. It. Bishop towed
tho barkentine W. II. Dhnond to tea
Justice McCully, tho Court, and
J. D. Paris leave by the Hall to-morrow
The Jewish New Year commenced
at sun down last evening, it being
the 5619th year.
The Legislature adjourned shortly
beforo noon to-day to 10 o'clock to
Forty gross of crystal valve bot
tles for tho Tahiti Lemonade Works,
arrived on tho bark Coranna.
A meeting: of the Trustees of tho
Queen's Hospital will be held at 11
o'clock to-morrow morning.
John II. Paty, Esq., and family
leave by the steamer C. K. Bishop,
to-morrow morning, for Waiolua.
A oano of prisoners who mistook
free trade for freedom, decorated
themselves yesterday, with tho Dem
ocratic red bandanna handkerchiefs.
A Chinese woman, charged with
receiving stolen goods, (a ease of
condensed milk and a case of coffee,)
from two natives, was arrested this
Cor.. Sam Norris has invented a
corrugated steel sole, which can bo
hooked on to any common shoe, for
the bonofit of travellers on tho island
Two natives were arrested this
morning charged with larceny of a
case of condensed milk and a caso of
Java coffee, from tho storo of T. H
Davies & Co.
The monthly meeting of Engine
Co. No. 1, was held last evening. A
committee of threo was nppointed
upon tho matter of new uniform.
Other business was of a routine
On Friday evening tho annual
meeting of tho Honolulu Arion So
ciety will bo held at tho usual hour
and place. As tho election of offi
cers for tho ensuing year will tako
place a full attendance is requested,
On Monday next at 10 a. m tho
annual meeting of tho Hilo Sugar
Co,, will Ijo held at tho ollico of W.
G. Irwin it Co, An hour later tho
stockholders of tho Hutchinson Plan
tation Co,, will meet in annual ses
sion at tho same place.
At a meeting of Protection Hook
and Laddor Company held last even
ing, tho following officers wore elect
ed for tho ensuing year: Foreman,
Henry ICutu; Assistant Foreman,
John M. Bright; Secretary, Gustavo
Boso; Traismor, M. K. Kcohokalolo.
Ohah, Molteno's bathhouso caso
camo up in tho Police Court this
morning, Several witnesses, such
as Becky Itobiiibon and ltosy Swain,
wero on the witness eland and tho
evidonco adduced wub decidedly
agaiii6( tho defendant. At 12 o'clock
a recess was taken until ldW this af
ternoon when tho cose was takeu up
again, ami ia (still on,
'I'm: proposed nniendniont lo tho
Constitution, relating to the Chinese,
was indefinitely postponed m tlio
Legishituio yesteulay afternoon, by
a vote of 25 lo 17.
Tim cravon bust pictures, one of
tho late yD. C. It. Bishop and tho
other of Col. V. V. Ashford, taken
from photographs, by Jlrs. A. A.
Cotlrell, mo on view at Ilowett's.
The Bulletin is credibly informed
that tho Danish baik Mathias is one
and tho same as tho Coranna, tho
name having been changed shortly
before tho sailing horn Liverpool for
Mr. J. V. Luning has no intention
of leaving tho country, retiring from
business, or anything of the kind.
Mr. H. Luning, who requests all ac
counts against him to be presented
at ono, is entirely another person.
yM. Iteising of tho Gorman bark
C. It. Bibhop, was collared last night,
on Bethel street, with a gripsack
containing two dozen bottles of gin
and was taken to tho Station House
and charged with smuggling.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band Conceit at Hawaiian Hotel,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting of Board of Representa
tives Honolulu Fire department at
Meeting of Debating Society at
Drill of Co. A. Honolulu Rifles at
Oceanic Council No. G89 Ameri
can Legion of Honor at 7 :30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY h. J. LEVEY.
Regular cash sale at 10 a. m.
THE BAND CONCERT.
The Band plays this evening at the
o'clock. Following is the pro
Overture Tho Bllndmen Mehul
Andante Surprise Symphony.. .Haydn
Cavatine The Pirate Bellini
ltcmiiilsccnccs of Gounod Godfrey
Hone ac iici, Hole Waiuica, Ahca Oe.
Medley Pleasant Memories Beyer
Schottisehe College Boys Fosgatc
Waltz Hlspania Waldteufcl
Galop Fire and llame Faust
MUTUAL TELEPHONE COMPANY.
Yesterday, the annual meeting of
the Mutual Telephone Company
was held, 2,300 shares being repre
sented. The officers for the ensu
ing year are: President, Hon. 11.
A. Widcmann ; Vice President,
Hon. Henry "Waterhousc ; Directors,
Mr. F.. A. Schaefer, lions. J. B.
Atherton and A. Jaeger, Messrs. J.
A. Hopper and C. O. Berger. The
directors will meet in a day or so
and elect a Secretary, Treasurer
and Auditor. The report of tho
Secretary Mr. C. O. Berger was
read showing that there are 583 sta
tions with an annual rental of $17,
500, The directors at a meeting
to be held in a month's time will
submit a plan to bond tho Com
THE CHINESE QUESTION.
Editor Bulletin: Mr. P. C.
Jones, in his opinion bout the Chi
nese question, writes as lollows: "I
publish this with the expectation of
being called a missionary and a
'crank,' but I wish to say that I care
not for that, nor for the vials of
wrath which I expect to have pour
ed out upon me."
I do not see what justified Mr.
Jones to use these expressions. That
he belongs to tho so-called mission
ary party is unquestionable, but
that is in my opinion no dishonor,
as he has as much right as any to be
long to that or another political
party, and that anybody should call
him a "crank" for giving his can
did opinion about the burning ques
tion of the day, is without any foun
dation whatever. "Wo have all of us
the liberty to express our opinion in
decent words, and Mr. Jones had
done better, I think, if he had given
his opinion, without inviting per
sonal attacks. Mr. P. C. Jones
"The cry has heon stated that tho
'Chinese must go,' and the public
has taken up the cry.
"I believe firmly that all men arc
born free and equal.
"I am of opinion that
Chinamen coining into this country
shall bo accompanied by their
Permit me, Mr. Editor, to givo
my opinion about tho above sen
tences, and, to begin with the begin
ning; Where was tho cry against
the Chinese started, and who started
it? Tho cry was started in America
and Australia, and not by a few
"soreheads" but by tho white popu
lation, which was gradually hut
surely driven to thu wall. If Aai
crlca has found it to be of utmost
importance to check the Chinese
notwithstanding thuy only amount
to 1 In live hundred (in California),
how much more important is it not
here, whore they amount to one in
live? Do wo, on these islands, pos
sess a knowledgo far superior than
those living in California or Austra
lia? Arc wo only right in our do
ings, and they wrong? America,
whoso treo of liberty overshadows
peoplo of all nationalities, has nlsb
thus far overshadowed tho Chincso,
but what doss it now? It throws
them gff, it hinders them from com
ing in, it restricts tl)pm in every
way, and what for? For solf pro
tcotlon. Ought wo not to protect
ourselves? Aro we kj much stfpt'ii
or to cur Abie: !0fln brethren-) (hut
wc do not need In do that? I tho
public so entirely mistaken about
what is good and what not, for its
own welfare? 1 do not believe in
"Vox Populi, Vox Dei." but I do
believe that if tho public at large
ate of ono opinion generally about
the welfare of the community, that
there the public is right, even if a
man, of Mr. Jones' well known and
respected abilities, is of a contrary
opinion. That "the Chincso must
go" ought to be the watchword, is
my opinion, and 1 know that it is
shared by many.
That all men arc bom free and
equal is not denied, contrary, it is a
well established doctrine, i believe
myself that before God, all men arc
born free and equal. But what has
that to do with our political life and
and our domestic conditions? If a
man is born equal to myself, but
does not ueliavo or live like myself,
have I not a right to keep him from
my house? If a private individual
has that right, why not a country?
Is that class legislation here more
than in other countries to prohibit
unwelcome or certain nationalities
to come into the country? Does
not the Chinese consider themselves
a class? Do they assimilate with
tho white population, here or any
where else? Do they adopt our
mode of living? If not, why ought
they not to be treated as a class?
"They ought to be compelled to
bring their wives along with them."
Ilas'Mr. Jones thought about the
consequences of that? I think not,
because, I do not believe that he
would have made that statement if
ho had? Have wo not Asiatics
enough here already? Can it be
possible that Mr. Jones wants an in
crease of the Chinese? "What would
then become f our white and native
population? They would simply be
driven out, their bread would be
taken from them, they would be un
able to support their families, they
would starve, and it makes me
shudder to think what a starving
population can do, when it is driven
to the wall.
Then again Mr. Jones says that
the white man sends his money out
of the country as well as the China
man. True, but a truth with modi
fications. What does a white man,
suppoiter of a family or single,
spend in the country to live? And
what does the Chinaman spend for
the same purpose? A white man
will have to pay SI. I to $20 per
month for board, and besides that
he has lo pay lor his lodging, and
what does a Chinaman pay or how
do they sleep? Will any white
man stand up and say: Well, the
Chinaman lives on 25 cunts a day,
they sleep G in a room 0x9, go
thou and do likewise? The China
man has a pair of slippers, a pair
of wide pants and a jumper. You
ought to bo as they? Is that the
meaning? How would it be lo see
all the laboring men that now comes
to church, dressed in that attiro? It
is to go to extremes, will you say,
but I think that it is only the conse
quences of the pro-Chinese policy.
It is easy for a rich man to say to
the laborer, it is good enough for
you, but believe me, Mr. Editor, it
is hard for an honest man to hear
such words, to hear from the lips of
a man of his own kind and race,
that he, in social life, and in family
life, is just like a Chinaman or any
other Asiatic so long as the Asiatic
does not acquire the white man's
mode of living.
Would we have had the Kinau,
the W. G. Hall, or other, steamers
if the white man had not invested
his capital ? Would we have been
blessed with telephones, electric
light, railways, etc., if the multi
tude of our citizens were Chinese?
What right has a white man in Chi
na? Can he enter any harbor ho
likes, acquire property, travel whero
he wants to in China, like tho China
men do here? Is thero class-legislation
in China or not?
I think, that as servants and com
mon laborers the Chinamen aru use
ful and that we must have them. I
think further that a limited number
ought to be here for that purpose,
and that they ought to be sent back
when their contract for time is up,
or re-ship. I think they are like
the, from the Gods fitoleii,firc good
as servants, bad as masters.
Mr. Jones gave an illustration, I
will give ono also. A man came
hero in a ship, which was laid up,
and is now for sale, lie. has been
unable to secure a berth in another
vessel, he has not money enough to
pay his passage to California, and
ho cannot obtain work ; What is he
going to do? Is ho to bo arrested
lor vagianoy when ho cannot get
any work? lie has applied to the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
to Wilder S. S. Co., to many others,
friends have tried to get him work,
but all in vain. Please solve mo
tho riddle. I will add that the man
in question has conducted himself
in a respectable way here, and that
ho ih so burnt that even is unable to
travel to the other islands in order
to .seek employ, is surely not his
fault. There arc moro than him
hero under precisely tho saino cir
Honolulu, Sept. (1, 1888.
Mrs. M. B. CampbeJU
3njai3Bai.AJciisc;, a? fco.,
Has commenced the business of Dress
making, Cutting mid Filling, at her icsh
deurc, No lit Ik'io niiiii struct, opposite
the Uniel '1 h miirf iiHgo of the ladlts
is rcspo. vluliy Silielted, KniUfaetion
giiariit t i I. tnpt.fl.ly
I F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X ndvcrtlso it hi tho Daily lloxusim.
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs 50c per doz
8-1 doz Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gnn Hose, silk clockeo and full
finished at 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
soms and cuffs $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Balbrigan
Undershirts, either long or short
sleeves, all sizes 45c each
Gents' white cotton Undershirts..
Gents' full finished silk clocked
Hose $2.25 per doz
Our Grand Annual Cash Clothing & Furnishing Sale Commences
limited to Two Weeks Only.
200 Men's Working Pants only $1.00.
200 Men's Working Pants only SI. 25.
200 Men's Working Pants only $1.50.
200 Men's Fine Cassimero Pants from $3.00.
Men's Black Diagonal Suits only $5.00.
Men's Fancy Suits only $5.00 worth $10.00
Men's Fine Cassimero Suits only SG.00 worth S12.50.
Men's Fine Uassimere Suits only $7.50 worth $15.00.
A large line of Gent's Fine Dress Suits at Cost ! A large lino oi'Gent's Odd Suits at one-lmirthe regular price !
A large line of Summer Coats at one-half the regular price ! Men's White Iiinen Coats, $1.25; Pants, $1.25 I
"T7"TTnnilTO fT OnPTTTftTO ? t"r liave
All Linen Suits Knee Pants only 75
Look at tlx Great Bargains in Men's Sc Boys' "Wliite Colored liirts,
Undershirts, Neckties, Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc.
Men's & Boys' Hats at Cost, and a Full Line of Men's & Boys' Shoes !
Jt Remember this is our Annual Cash Clothing and Furnishing Goods Sale and for Two Wcek.Only. -a
Xotlcci under this head are charged 10 ceti
per line for the first iniertlon, and C centi per line
every addltitnal insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDINGI
SHOP. Hear of Lucaa' Mill.
IT has hoen discovered by the doctors
l.lmf, (Junkcil Turn Flnur IfrnTrrllniif
food for weak and delicate iufnuts, pre. j
parcu as lollops: uiiutauiespooiuut of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boiling milk. When cold feed the
child with a nurse bottle. It will ilve
a child uew llfo in a few weeks. 35 3w
rpARO MUSH Peed tho sick and
X delicate persons on Cooked Taro
Flour Mush, muile thin and prepared
like corn meal In boiling water, and
served with milk and sugar. This mokes
an elegant mush. U,r 3w
TARO BUISCUIT Mix Taro Flour
X veiy thick la boiling water, then
roll iu wheat Hour an I lorin Into bus.
cult, nan a little butter at bottom of pnn,
smear a little ljultor over tbc top of Taro
IShcuit, this makes a cheap and excel,
lent Turu Cakes. 35 3w
GRIDDLE CAKE-T.iko half rye
Hour, half Taro Flour, one or two
iicks, little ball, ouo tcaspoonful of Itoynl
Haking Powder to a cupful of each,
bake or fry on griddle. 35 3w
TARO MUSH Ue 2 tablespoons,
fill of the Taro Flour to each per.
eon and mix thin, prepared like coru
meal In boiling water, scrvu waiiii or
cold with milk and sugar Tnrp Mut.h
can klund a day or to if di-sircd,. 35 !v
JOB"PR?NTTnG ot all kind exe.
cuted at the Dailt Bulletin Ofllcp.
A very largo Sock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collars (standing
A full lind of nil wool Ovcrjshirls
und all wool Undershirts from. .
Gents' fine Pajoma Suits from . . .
170 doz Children's culm id Hun1..
. . . . : 10c pi p.iir
Fine Turkish Hath Towels
3 for 50c
Linen hand-made Tides
Black Silk stripo Grenadine
20c per yard
Ladies' Jersey Waists from
MiBees' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked in pink
and blue, from size ! lo 8, at. . . .
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION in all
ltcnicmber this is our last week
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
The Loading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
EO--A.IV Sc O
Suits Knee Pants only S2.00.
Boys' All-Wool Suits only $3.50.
Garden Furniture !
I'Olt HAI.K BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
WliHo Bros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
CUSTOM EHS'lmvlug our Soda Walor
or Leiiinuado Uottles (:uipty) on
hand will greatly oblige by notifying
us by telephone or otluiwisu, and they
will at once bo pent for. Hotilos wtalned
longer limn one month will 1, ch-iift".!
for. Telephone: Hell, 17-'. lun"d, c0
.T. K. UROV.'N ft i O.,
PropiietOM, 'i'a .111 Lero" ir...n - nl ,
IF YOU LOSE. ANYTHING,
X advertise it in ihe Luur BuiOiEW i
mwwujiimii i mi iimiitfrwywi
' BeHnJh m radlll
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
&r AT VERY LOW P1UCKB
A full line of Ginghams !
A full line of Batiste !
4 Large Assortment of
We will cloac
gj0T For Gents, Ladies,
O 1ML JP jS. IV Y
150 Men's Fine Pants only $2.50 worth S 1.00.
175 Men's Fine Pants only S.).0O worth S 1.50.
150 Men's Fine Pauls only 81.00 worth $0.00.
150 Men's Fine Cassimorc Pants from $3.00.
Men's Fine Cassimero Suits only $12'.50 worth $20.00.
Men's Blue Flannel Suits only 12.50 worth $20.00.
Men' Blue English Serge Suits only $12.50 worth $20.00.
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc.
a splendid selection of these Goods
Boys' Fine Suits only $5.00 and up.
Boys' Fine Suits Long Pant3 only $5.00 and up.
Boys'tFine Black Tricot Suits, all-wool, only $8.50
lie Yi&w Albums.
Jnst the thing for collectors of
A. complcto assortment just received
direct from New York.
All Sizes & Prices, i
Intended purchasers will do well to
examine this line before purchasing
elsewhere Sizes from 3f by 44 to
lO.f by 13J. For Sale only by thu
Hawaiian News Co.
Iicst brands, iu (I, 7, 8 ami !) ft. lengths.
In qunntitiea to suit ot lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
, or tf
rpiIE Hont saved from the
X wreck of the "Duuiiot.
tacistli1," and sold at auction
to the King, hnsbecn refitted,
coppored mid derh.ovrr by Sir. Holland,
und Is for sale clunp for raMi bv
. K. K. JUAS,
i 31 0w Hont Hullder.
' F You, WANT A SERVANT,
' X advertise in tsc Daily UwaxiiK,
f lite Dress Ms !
out at a
Misses it Children. J0
g: & G5 Fort Street.
September 1st, and is
which wo will sell at prices that wilf
EGAN & CO.
FOR J5ALE !
Tho Clipper Bark
With BoatH, Anchor, Chains. Ball,
etc. Well. found Iu all respects and
ready for immediate despatch.
tSTPor further particulars apply to"
Wing Wo Chan & Co., Agent.
311 Nuuanu street, Honolulu. tf
Honolulu Business "College,
71 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. B. BENNETT, - - Principal.
In all its blanches.
tWFor particulars address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
71 lintel S , orQrafnh'ils)i's Hook,
store, 10U t'oit St.
Mutual, 282aTELI;PIIQNE oSTEcll,