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BISHOI' & Co.. BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island
Draw Exchange on the
I3ault ot Cult t 'or n In, M. .
And llioir agent.- tn
NGW YORK, BOSTON. IIONCi KONTi.
Alcttire. N. M . HoUihi ! V Sun, London
The Ommuwinl Kit o., of flyduoy,
The Uoiiuncriilnl Una
Oo or Bydnoy,
The Haul: of Now Zaluml t Auckland,
Uhristchuioh, and Wellington,
The Hunk ..r T3rltish Columbia, Vic
toria, U 0.,ud V'jrtlaiul. Or.
Transact a Uenewl Banking Unsrucas.
atl'u 93 it Tie i'in
J'ledtcd to neither Seel nay Fatly,
Jiui established for the tniiefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 1888.
LET IT END.
, The Chinese question, as discuss
ed during the last, week or two past
in the columns of the llcunix, is
pretty well worn out, and if our
readers are in the same state of
feeling as ourselves they are about
sick of it. llotb sides hae had full
swing, and neither can complain of
not Inning had an equal show.
A'ong with a huge amount of flimsy
matter the: is have been some intelli
gent ideas anil sound arguments.
To-day we publish a eontiilnitioii
from Mr. dibble, which is a calm,
rational, logical picsontatiun of tho
matter. L'nlcss there io something
new to offer, the discussion had bet
ter now close. Let us turn our at
tention to something else lor a
THE CHINESE QUESTION CALMLY
Eniron Jiui.i.KTiN : The Chinese
question which is bo much disturb
ing the political equanimity ot this
little kingdom appears to be attuin
ing gigantic pioportions elsewhere
and every mail brings fiesh ac
counts of clouds upon the horizon.
The latest and most startling news
is that of the Chinese Imperial edict
of the 15th of July, a mcasuic far
more sweeping than had been ex
pected and one, the effect of which
would be to quash British trade with
China at a blow.
"No Chinese merchandise or
goods of whatever nature are to be
British soil and Chi
aicmveu three years
'in which to return
to their own
It remains to be seen whether this
hysterical outburst of "celestial"
wrath lias much sinew behind it, but
it is evident th.it Britannia, in the
horns of a dilemma between Austra
lia and China, has overestimated the
patience ot the Chinaman.
It is also probable that the Aus
tralians have magnified the extent
of Chinese incui -ion. Air. Ilayter,
Government blutisl of Victoria and
one of the lushest authorities, is
quoted in a letter to the "Times" of
August 21th, as saying that there
are only ol,000 Chinese in all Aus
tralia and far from "pouring in of
late in ever increasing swarms" they
have steadily diminished in number
ever since the 3 ield of gold began
to fall off and at such a Kile that in
HO years there would be no more
Chinese in Aiistialia.
The same wiilcr puts down the
agitation in great measure to the
weakness of colonial politicians who
,, are driven to it by the woiking men
or "men who never do a stroke of
work" but whose votes arc of gieat
importance al election times.
The Chinese lio where no one
else can, work abandoned gold
claims, and do what no one else
cares to do. They carry away
money, but they cannot remove the
soil which they have turned from a
wilderness into a fruitful field.
In Singapore and the Straits Set
tlements Chineso merchants control
the labor market and the greater
part of the trade.
It must certainly be admitted
from such elementary considerations
as these that there are two sides to the
s question, but even supposing the evils
of Chinese immigration to outweigh
tho benefits so much as to lender
prohibitive legislation advisable, it
, will not suit England to lose the
Chinese trade in order to keep the
. peace with the Colonics.
The foreign tonnage entered and
cleared at Chinese ports in 1887,
' reached the enormous amount of
22,000,000 tons; two third bduy
Mritieh. If England has to oinbaik
'in another Chinc-e war in order to
ecp the market open, bill) Vi-UllXOllU-
fea, "V 'lllL tui.uux uun iiiuuii inu voiu-
$?,'' nies will help to pay the bill, and
t tMU Hfa. IIU) VV Hilt bV .III1V3V "fa
$' tnlmn in Anili'illn wnulil ho In Lrniitv
itn ret wnr i t ciff llifi flitiw.cr. .!
Low much they would pay to be
rid of them.
1,4, T ' Now that the bubbles of Hawaiian
, -Legislative discussion have Minsiucd
l '. .!.i i l.!ll .. 41.., I..l
W1UIOUI IJUlJUJg over upuu uiu uuuu
of the Pake, a timo for reflection
iinnn (liiu tiililfict tnrrnthnr with ;i
4 "J'" " ".".i-) .wD-...- - --
I careful scrutiny of the progress of
events in countries larger tJiati these
Tslnnds. will do our statesmen no
miyfv Tho nuestion is being reganieci
two different points of
First, but pei Imps not foremost,
it Christian action lov tlio "mis-
sionary party"' to
l8il" upon llicir
Second. Ts it policy to do so?
In regard to the first pniut it
would be peifectly just i.n right
and according to Christian pnnciple
for ti Government u. pucnt the
immigration of u ohm of i.Unluiils
who injuriously affected the morals
or the prosperity of the body politic,
but it is clearly the "I'.tA of tliooo
Clniitian leaders of nm u)niinunity
who so largely contr'Hitul to the
eslablishnii'iit oi tin- pre-i nt (.lovorn
ment to see that an honest state
ment of proof h made out upon this
count, especially as they have given
the Chinese no vote or voice in the
affairs of a country where they own
In legard to the second point of
policy, would it not be as well to
look back as well as forward. 1
am told the Anti-Chinese agitation
is twenty years old. If it had been
success! ill then would it not have
greatly dwarfed the countiy's de
velopment'1' The great need of the islands to
day is a thrifty and entcrpilsing
population to colonize the waste
lands and to supply cheap labour
and cheap produce. Tt is very
doubtful whether any other people
can be found who will fulfil these
conditions to the same extent as the
Tho white man ho has crowded
out the Hawaiian is now in a great
fright lest he in his turn should be
crowded out by the Chinese. lie
has no objection to make a pious
exchange with the native by giving
him the bible in leturu for his coun
try, (all honour to those who give
themselves and the Bible looking for
a better reward,) but he is very
shocked at the immorality of the
Chinaman in trying to compete
with him in the open market.
The celestial, tine to his name
seems to have as his motto 'Friend
go up higher.' He staits in with
the sweat of his brow and copes
succe-sfiilly first with the labourer,
next with tlie artisan, thou with the
storekeeper, lastly with the capit
alist, always coming out light side
Now the question is: What i3 go
ing to keep the Anglo-Saxon race
ahead, will it be repressive legisla
tion, or brains, muscle, sobriety
I have had ample demonstration
at Ilalckauila street that as regards
muscle, sinew and acthity not only
the Hawaiian but also the Portu
guese labourer can beat the Chinese
ten to twenty per cent, so that with
equal diligence he need not fear
I have not had much personal
knowledge of the storckecnin" ot
Honolulu, but 1 should like to know
on what plea our political econom
ists advocate protection of white
stoi cheepers who charge some
times cent per cent for their goods?
The Chinese question is very
much allied to that of Protection.
The agriculturist is peiiodically
howling in England because we do
not keep out American wheat, but
John Bull, much as he loves his
larmers, loves cheap biead moie;
and in the matter of Chinese re
pression it ih gieatly to be hoped
that our statesmen will not "cut off
our nose to spite our face."'
There can be no doubt that there
is ample room for regulative mea
sures ; such as preventing the influx
of unman ied Chinese; of quasi
giocencs which aic in reality opium
dens etc., bin it is to be hoped that
such astuuiidingly drastic measures
as were piopounded during the last
session, not only as regauls fresh
Chinese but those who have been
here for years, will be well weighed
and sifted before they sec the light
of another session, aud that instead
of needlessly euibitteiiiigthe Chinese
here and arousing the indignation
of a great and powerful country by
hasty unjust and spiteful laws, there
may be still preserved to this coun
try the credit of dealing with their
Chinese neighbour not as he may
have dealt in his ignorance and
superstition with foieigncrs, but as
they would like to b? dealt with by
him were they in his place.
T. G. Gnium.r..
DEPRESSION IK TRADE.
Knrnm Ht'i.i.i.TiK :-Notwithbtnii(l-inj;
the well-written articles that oc
casionally appear in the Honolulu
press, endeavoring to "boom" thete
I&lautlbasa desirable lesidcuco for
white iininigiaiits,aii3' resident must
ho mentally blind if he cannot see
that Hawaiian tiado is decreasing,
and that most of our enterprising
foreigners have left and others are
leaving for other lands and more
profitable llelds of enterprise.
I think the reason of tho present
depression, at any talc the main
reason, is not far to seel; mid could
be easily remedied j and to give the
causes and remedies ib the object of
Tho causes are: 1st, The public
domain is locked to small capitalists,
and most 'of our valuable public
lands lio waste and un pro Citable.
2nd, Much of the country is inac
cessible owing to a lack of sullleient
ly good loads, or no roads at all, in
places where those highways aro
urgently needed. Slid, l'ubllc works
are comparatively at a standstill,
anil artisans and laborers have con
sequently insullicicucy of woik. -1th,
The common necessaries of lifo aru
too expensive owing to causes 1st,
2nd, and Jlrd, and also because of
the henvy duties and taxation neces
sary to maintain a boat ot Govern
ment employe's, many of whom are
not needed even whole branches
could ho lopped off, such an the
king warriors, etc. fitli, For all
these reasons capital made on the
Islands seeks investment elsewhere,
and business consequently lan
guishes even uur oldest residents
piefer I'liiled MaOu securities for
their accumulations and saungs.
Hawaiian patriots remain so only
just while they can personally bleed
the country, and such patriotism
consists in cheap talk. The Gov
ernment service should be shorn of
its useless hangers-on, and the
money thus saved should be put to
the purposes of material progress
to road construction aril other pub
lic woiks of utility and progressive
Of course, the appropriations
voted do not admit of that eouise
for another year ; but the policy of
material progress should be agitated
now and until next election. Thcic
arc many expensive Government
fal-de rals that could well be done
without, and these should give way
until a more propitious season.
Our beautiful and naturally rich
group of islands have produced a
ci op of politics run mad, and the
and the- principles of political
economy are ignored. The piesent
Provisional Government is to blame
for much of the retrogressive legis
lation of last session ; and each
member, if he be not amenable to
the teachings of his conscience, will
yet have a day of leckoning and be
brought "to book" b' the people.
It feels good to be a "minister of
the crown;" but to sensitive and
honorable gentleman, the feeling of
not being "the right man in tho
right place" must be humiliating.
The reign of the Provisional Gov
ernment should now bo at an end
it initiated a period of depression
which C'intinues; and the slumber
ing embers of another revolution
could be easily fanned into a flame
which may not be so bloodless and
harmless as the last one.
educated iclincd wom.ui dcsiies
attendance on an invalid, or as
general helper in the family. Salary
not .in object; personal refcrencci. Ad
diiss Mas. WEHSTEH,
OS U- IiUM.fc.TlN Ollfce.
'TMIE iciruliu qimrteily meeting of
JL the I'.icilio Huulwarc Company
(LimitiHO will be ) eld at their ofilee
on EDMI)AV, October 17th, at 10
O'clock A. M.
JaS. G. SrEXCElt,
(.8 td becietaiy.
HP1IE lobular irututeily mipting oT the
L 1'ili I'uhhshini; i'o. will lie held
HATUKDAY, Otobi'i Itlih, at 2 o'oloclc
p. M , at Hi oHlcc, Priund l-tmldiiifi,
Htihi'l bisect. A. L. S.MITJI,
C" 7d Secretary.
rjpill annual imclini: of 1he stoc't
X lioldus of the Waianae Company
will he -held on TUKftUAY, Odi bor
lhth, at 10 o'clock a m, at the ofllce of
non. 11. A. Wiileiiiiine.
U. O. 3JEKGEH,
(in td .Secietarv.
TTfli,!, he iceclvid by W. O Smith,
V Tnifctce, up to SATURDAY
Nr.XT, October l!);h. vi 12 o'clock noon,
tor the mi ply or Fieth Jli-it for the
liiinalilo liiiine loi 1 jear, tiom Kov
erolicr 1, IfcSd.
The Tuistees do not hind themselves
lo accept the lowist r any lender.
Foi liiithci p.irticul.us apply to W.
K. U. Dctcioll, ul jiiumlilo II me.
V. O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Oct 8, 18S8. Oil lw
A NYONK lindiiiR and
Mi. lemming my Drown
fy 'fini'igc Mare, Blried
'& from p.i'-tnre, will be
'waidul. H. B. DOLE.
Mil. .lb j
Messrs. G. VI. HACFARLAHE S Co.
. Dog to announce a cnind c?hibi.
tion of oiijrlri d
Gravures & Efchings
AVhlrhwill bo offeied forExlilbi.
tion and Sale at their Hales.
looms (up btuirs) on
FRIDAY, Oct. 12th
above com pi he canvasses
well. known artists of
Jjondon, IMiuiIoli, :iiirHtll-(Inj-ir,
liurlln, J'arlH. iiml
oUjoi1 Art CcnliM'M.
And luken us a whole, arc without
Finest Collection !
liver brought to thetc Islands.
Tliu l'lctuics will be on Exhlbi.
lO u. in, o -1 j. in daily
CSTThc Tuljlic nrecoidially invitcda
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Horses, Wagon & Harness!
Having loeulvcd ItiBtruci ton front Hon.
"V. O. Pirke, Assignee of tlm bankrupt
Estate of Leo Hop, I will pell nt Public
Auction at my Salcsiooin, Queen street,
On Saturday, Oct. 13tli-At 12 noon,
One 2;vza.y IfcJLoi'se,
Watson nsnT Ilui'iioHN,
Also, all llie
HOGS PENS & FIXTURES
At Pain mu now on the land leased
JAS. F. MOKttAX,
DURING my absence fiom tho King
dom the lion. V. P. Allen will
net for mo under n full power of nttor.
uey in nil prlvato innttui', and also In
all estates In wlitcli I inn nwnnee or
agent. W. C. 1WKKK.
Honolulu, August 25, 188M. i) 'Jm
A GENTLEMAN of over P.O years
business experience Uh llirgc
lb ms in England and this Kingdom is
open for a ro-enpaj;inicnt as Hook,
keeper, Cashier and Cm respondent. He.
fcieiiccs and testimonials of the higlic-U
order Addicss 1. O. I!ox -170 '! i ltn
NOTICE is heiobv given that at a
meeting of the undersigned part,
ners of the Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co.,
it m:is le-olvrd to arcept the charter
grunted iHentember 27, 1SS8, by tlie
Miuis-tor of Interior lor tlie incorpora
tion of the Hawaiian Fruit A Tarn Co.,
(Limbed) W. II. DANIELS,
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
J. 1). HOLT.
Wailukn, Maul, uet. 4, 1838. 65 2w
Dissolution of Copartner
ship. ''I'M IE ro-parinciship heretofore exist
X ihj; liLtwicn the undersigned, con
stilutiuv the lit in ot the Hawaiian Fruit
& lino C , in Wailukn, Maui, has this
day been di-ulvid by mutual consent;
the assets and liabilities of said firm
being triinfeiri'd to tlie Hawaiian Fruit
& laio Co , (Incorporated 1
W. II. DANIELS,
J. D. HOLT,
A. N. KICl'OIKAI.
"Wailuku, Maui, Oct. 4, 1SS8. G5 2w
Election oi" Oilicers.
NOTICE is lieteby given that at a
ni''( ting of ilie htockliOldeis of tlie
Hawaiiue s'luit & T.ito Co. held in 'ai.
lukii, Jlau i, October 4, 1888, ihe follov:
inc olllcers were elected lor the ensu.
ing J ear:
John Richardson President,
J. D. Holt Vice President,
W. H. Daniels &
A. N. Kepoikai Auditoi.
"W. II. DANIELS,
Wailuku, Maui, Oct. 5, 1888. Co 2w
tT,?n r-'E Hue Mi
fciAlJ in he, $1S.)
bJ' at the Hoi.r.in in
ill 8td ouw
O WHALE BOATS; l Decked
0 Whale lloat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep, 8 teet wide; 2 22 liet Surt Ho.its;
1 18 lcrt Surf Uoat; 2 Decked Plunger,
1G leetlong, C feet II itiche wide, 2 teet
0 inchea deep, with nius; and salhall
eompleto; 1 2i feel .liline Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Appl to.
K. It. 11YAN.
Unat Bulldnr and Henrml Jobber. 51 tf
Lamb, Mutton, & Pork.
Cambridge Pork Sausages
Fresh Every Day.
t3His noted Sausages arc made by
the every best machinery, antl all orders
entrusted to his care will he delivered
with promptness and dispatch, and his
prices are as low as iinywhero in the
EST Try Ma Bologna Sausages."!
El Capitan Flour !
From the Golden Gate Flouring Mills.
In quantities to biiit by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FIB SALE '
H WBft 0 all ftn fen
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
AUCTION SALE OF
KAWAILOA RANCH STOCK !
Hy ordci nf John H. Pnty, mortgagee,
I will sell at Public Auction
Ou Thursday, Oct, iith At 12 noon,
At my BalcsiooniB,
3 3 iSE-3L-AL.X-S.3E !
Of the Capital Stock of the
Kawailoa Ranch Go.,
Ceititlratr Ko. 2B.
Now hold a n rl(de.c ne;ainrt tho Es.
late of ben U. fatten, oeee.ised, lo se.
cure balance ot note uinounting to
$1410 and Interrst.
Default having been made In the pay
ment of snlil note.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
By order of John F. Colburn, Trustee
for D. & H K. Mahoe, I will
sell at Public Auction
Ou THURSDAY, Oct. Htli, '88,
AT l M'CI.UCIC XHX,
In ft out of my Salesrooms, corner of
Port anil (Jtieen streets,
3 Hacks, 3 Set Harness,
It Snoil Ilael: JEornvH,
1 ;o;! Iluek i,r Itrood 3Inrc,
Hacks, 4 Morses,
Broken to Hamcs & Saddle.
Also, immediately after the above
1 Extra Finu Sullcy, new;
1 Country Wagon, with Pole
and Shafts ;
1 Fine Driving Brake, 2 seated
1 Breaking: Cart !
1 lliuod Mare, 1 Saddle Horse.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
On FRIDAY, Oct. 12, 1888,
AT IX O'CLOCK SOUS,
I will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
room, foi account of whom it
may concern about
26 cs, St. Pauli Beer, qts & pts
0 casei Mullci V Beer,
2 cases Klostei Bran,
ii cases Pilsuer Beer,
3 cases Graner Beer
10 cases Hunyadl Janos Bitter Water
48 Demijohns Mull & White
40 nests Market Baskets, &c.
Partly landed in damaged condition
and slightly dauiaced by lainwater
on Toyagc of impurtation ex-bark
jf'C. IS. Bishop."
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Can be found next dour to the I
Olllce, Merchant Mreetf.
Hacks No. 18, 7, (5i, 75, 180
Mutual 5D0iaTELEPH0NESt2r Boll 204
H. HACKFELD & CO.
BT OFFER FOR SALE -I
Quarts & Pints.
Dent, ifc Geldermann, Carte Blanche,
Clias. Farre, Kxtra Cuvee.
Quarts & Pints.
From the Hremer Hathskeller&
Chateau In Hose.
From Boutclleau & Co.,
From Bisquit, Dubouche &, Co.,
From DeLaagelilB & Co., &c, &c.
ItDKK, Alill & LAUimUIEIC:
Quarts & Pints.
From St. Paul! Brewery and A. Mueller,
Quarts & Pints. Alo
Port Wine, Sherry,
Old Tom, Keybrand, fcc, ic.
Scotch & Irish, &c, &o.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
I JL udvertlue it in the Duvt BuWiisuji,
HAVE JUST JIECKIVED
Ladies', M, I (Mites' Ballii Sis
Also, Ladies' Black
A VAST PROJECT.
Constant Line of Schooners Amplo Opportunity for All.
OWING to our constantly incn iiMne; litifciness an i tin jtcat deinand of an appre
ciating community, v.c lime concluded to oiler an I'pportunliy to nil parties
having capital. Our Line of Schooners ina ho ein alidiii.' ovl-i the "Bat" tilled
to tholr utmost carrying capacity of Clear, ool : d IiiMjioratine;
John Wieland's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
To ncporanio'ale our Vast Kleet of Schodiiei", our
larced reffiirdlcss of co-d. Tho ,
Is the only place where a Cool Ghtbs of IMUI.ADI LPHIA BKEI1, on Dumclit
enn be linil in Honolulu. Step forward, Oentleuien, now's the time T,'2 lm
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST &
DIAMONDS IN SOLITAIRES & CLUSTER !
Tho 1'amniiH (Sorhaiu Hollil Hllvei-vi lire V Finest Triple
I'tutcilivaro, in treat vurictj'.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches, &c,
At Exceedingly how Fiice-.
Bcautii'ul Xivx'lle CJoelfH I
tesycciiil Ijino ot Alsti-iii CloekN, itt iX TS.
These Goods have all been personally selected in the States, guaran
teeing thereby a choice holcction of the Newest and Latest Designs.
Sample Packages of Goods sent to any ji.ttt of the Kingdom. Having
every facilities requisite for a lir&t-clase jcweliy niiimifsictiuing establish
ment, we feel confident tli.it we can nianuf.iotuio anything that may bo re
quired in the Jewelry or Silveiwaie Line.
ef- WATCH XJLtHPAXteilVG As KNGKAVING-t
In our well-known manner.
V. . Box 34a (.-.0
On Account of ieiiiovel
GEWUIBE CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STMIiERI I FMGI GOODS
In Plush it Leather; Iiif-quo,
jM.iiinc uiii&t-ex, lelen'iipes,
UMixsic Boxes, fX,.'ii, Slioolcw, .11tiiiiis9
And other things too nunicious to mention. All the above
Goodb will be ofleied at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED m THE KINGDOM.
Sr".riie above Goods aro New,
been imported ex recent univals and
W. H. GRAENHALGH
1 OO DPort Sti'cct rioiioliilu.
FORT STREET, XLOJSOUTJXJU.
HSrBAHGAINS-l New Line of B6F" BAltGAINS
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than
NovellieH unci JTancy CJooiIn, Xii LurceVarioty,
NOTICE to OKEDlTOliS.
nHE undersigned having been ap.
X jiointed Adminisirator of the Es.
tatcol John Garcia, of Kalihi "Wiiena,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice lo ull
eri'ditots of said John Garcia to present
their claims duly authenticated and with
proper vouchers whether becured by
inoitjjiitjc or otherwise to him at hut
nlllcu No. Ill Kaahuinunu btrcel, Hono.
lulu, wilhin bix mouths from date or
thoy villi bo forever barred.
Adiu initiator of the Estate of John
Honolulu, Bept. IS, 18B8. 45 lm
, COMPLETE LINK OF
Diamond Dye Hose
eo vaults an now heitiR on.
lm) Fort Street.
W b! 1 H Im fisfti 113 A
Ladies' Work Baskets,
Glass it Paiian
Ware, Oiiora &
Fiesh and of tho Latest Design, hnving
were selected expressly for the trade.
New Invoice of
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned give notice that
they have been appointed As.
siguccs of A. Morgan, carriage miiuu.
factum-, of Honolulu. All persons hav
ing any claims ugiiiust the suid A.
Morgan whether scoured by mortgage
or olhei wise, aio notified to present the
same to the Assignees within 8 months
fiom (September 22, 1888. All persons
indebted to Mr. A. Morgan aro re.
quested to make immediate payment to
II . U. 1J11YANT,
LOLItf T. VALENTINE,
Assignees of A. Morgan.
Honolulu, Sopt 22, 18S8. 61 2w