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DAILY BULLIflTltf ! i-lONQLlUAT, It. IM JW.liUAK 10, 1881).
Holders of water luivilcges me
hereby notified that the hours for
using water for irrigating purposes
are from G o'clock In 8 o'clock a. it.,
and from -1 o'clock to 0 o'clock r. si.
All those found violating the above
notice will bu linblc to hiivc their
privileges cut ofl' without further
notice. CHAS. . WILSON,
Supt. ironolulu Waterworks.
Honolulu, Feb. ;,, ISSi).
.r ii i'i
a itg fitttTifin
Pledged io neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, FEU. 10, 1889.
Ever since our respected progeni
tors, Mr. and Mrs. Adam, commit
ted petty larceny, and were pitched
over the garden wall, to go and
work for their living," labor has been
the common lot of man. That was
an unfortunate circumstance. The
old folks, through their clcpto
mauiau proclivities, have caused
their progeny to think hardly of
them. Men don't like to work, if
they can manage to do without it.
It goes against the grain. But the
wajoritj- of the human family have
to buckle down to it all the same.
Some folks succeed by skilful schem
ing, by check, or by something else
to evade the vagrant act, and rub
through life without doing a stroke
of work, other than is involved in
the exertion they use in escaping
work. An instance of successful
endeavors to keep out of the clutches
of the law, which says that those
who have no money must work, has
lately come to my notice. A fami
liar character in the town, of anti
work tendencies, was being eyed by
the police, who contemplated action
under the vagrant act. An intima
tion of the fact reached the "fami
liar character," whereupon he boi
rowed a wheelbarrow, stole a few
fragments of bricks from a building
that was being erected, and trun
dled his load to and fro before the
Station House, in view of the police,
a half dozen times. lie escaped the
Editor Bum.utin : I would like
to ask a question through your pa
per. A long period back road dam
ages were assessed on Merchant and
Alnkra streets. The Legislature ap
propriated a large sum of money
for "road damages;" why have not
those referred to been paid ? and
when are they to be paid?
Eihtoii Bii.ixtin:- "Will you ob
lige a constant reader of your paper
by publishing the following extract
from the "Friend." Apiil.11381:
"The arrival of a ship with immi
grants from Norway during the past
few months, opens a new avenue for
lilliug our sparsely populated coun
try. As a rule one can understand
that these people are Lutherans, so
ber, industrious and quiet, in favor
of education and justice. As such
they are people to be desired, aim
if more can he procured, Norway
and Sweden had better be drawn
from at public expense, than the
Pacific Islands or the insular de
pendencies of Portugal, or any other
Roman Catholic country. This
ciucstion of what class of citizens
will immigrants make hereafter, is
of far greater importance than the
immediate one of fitness for working
on sugar plantations. Kvery true
friend of Hawaii will look at this
important matter in this light and
not simply for present needs. As
domestic servants these North of
Europe people are very highly val
ued in the United States, much to
the disgust of the hitherto imperious
Irish. -As for Chinese immigration,
it appears as if we shall have all we
need without any encouragement, on
the contrary some measures to com
pel a fair proportion of women, or
the coming of families in place of
men only, are urgently necessary.
HORNER'S ANSWER TO G.
Editor Bum.ktin: 1 wish again
to refer to the "strong expressions
" Mr. Horner sometimes in
dulges in" and further answer that
the rum question on all sides is a
strong, hard and harsh subject. And
if all the harsh Words in the English
language applicable to the question
were used in discribing the hellish
ncss of rum used as a beverage it
would then be but imperfectly dis-
Vicwing it thus, 1 don t
The premises of my neighbor were
recently invaded, at a late hour in
the night, by a prowler in search of
plunder. My neighbor, awaking
from his slumber and looking
through the window of his bedroom,
saw the prowler in his yard. The
first named being a brave man,
sprang through his window, and
confronted, the intruder. The lat
ter, who turned out to be a Celestial,
showed fight, and got away with my
neighbor's shirt. The next tiling
which occurred was the dealing of a
blow, like a kick from a bullock,
and the Celestial lay stunned upon
the ground. A policeman was call
ed, and tho intruder marched off to
the lock-up. The next daj-, so I am
told, the prisoner was released, be
cause his accuser was not present at
the precise moment to testify against
him. My neighbor is indignant, and
says that the police not only fail to
catch thieves, but when thieves are
caught by citizensand given into their
custody, they set them free again to
continue depredations. Says he,
"You won't hear of mc again hand
ing a fellow over to tho ollcers of
the law, but tho next one I catch J
will undertake to administer justice
to myself, according to my own
ideas." Well, neighbor, I think
you have tho unwritten law of moral
right, which lakes precedence of
legal enactment, on your side. That
is tho Arab method of procedure.
The Arab drops short this wcolc,
apparently knocked out of wind by
the "Ovfl" and the "Advertiser."
LH-J- f lli--.LUJi.-li"
A little pamphlet called "Humor
in ye Sixteenth Century" sho.vs
that j'c joker of that period borrow
ed a great deal of his wit from yu
nineteenth century, without giving a
particle of credit.
Philadelphia Magistrate Were
you ever here before? Prisoner
No, your Honor. 1 was never a
rested but once, and then it was for
a deed I wasn't quite responsible
for. Was the deed committed in a
state of inebriety? No, your Honor.
In a Prohibition State Iowa, Phi
feel any compunction of conscience
for having used a few seemingly
harsh words when describing rum
and its effect among men. ,
The rum feind of the land like the
devil iish of the ocean with its numer
ous arms or tentacles arc always
reaching out for the substance and
life of victims. Causing poverty,
misery and death among the people
and its tentacles for evil are so
numerous that tliey confuse the
mind to contemplate all, much more
so to attempt to discrihe in detail
rash tentacle and its eifecls among
I have wrote six communications
in answer to G.'s questions, as long
as an editor cares to print and as
condensed as many other newspaper
articles. Yet 1 have only touched
tentacle No. 1 moderate drink
ins: and partially shown its danger
and its pernicious example, etc.,
leaving untouched most of the evil
arising from it and that evil is great
among people too poor to supply
themselves with "just enough"
grog, and the necessary comfoits of
life. Yet we are told the grog bills
are paid and in many instances wife
and children, suffer for food and
G. thinks and .says by nis exam
ple that the man is doing right as
long as he don't drink "too much"
just "drunks moderately" a few
drinks a day is not too much "if he
don't get drunk" etc.
So much for a few ef the evils of
moderate drinking. Tentacle No.
2, drunkenness I have hardly re
ferred to, and as G appears as much
against that as I am, I will only say
that to remove drunkenness, moderate
drinking must lirst be stopped, then
we will have no drunkards, nor sin
and crime resulting from the effects
Tentacle No. !1 Anti Virtue we
find as soon as communities begin to
dally and repose in this lap of
Dalila and hug to their bosooms this
siren rum. The Hush of modesty
pales on virtues, cheek, morality
loosens her grip, crimes and sins
multiply, the lives of victims shorten
and poverty degradation and misery
Tentacle No. 1 Povcity-Anti
Wealth We find civilized man en
terprising industrious, increasing his
inteligencc, wealth and happiness,
until he becomes infatuated by this
imp of misery rum, after which his
enterprises languishes, his merchan
dising fails, farmers have been
figuratively swallowed, and even
plantations have shrunk at rums
withering touch, and man himself
becomes a drunken idle bummer,
stoeped perhaps in crime, a fit sub
ject for the madhouso, the prison or
tho gallows. "Anti health" indeed
it is! when values turns to nothing
at its touch, and prosperous, intelli
gent, happ3' man turns to criminal
bummers worse than nothing. Don't
say I used too hard language, but
say, "Horner deals too leniently"
witli ruin, considering its deserts.
Tlieu you will hit it.
There are yet many tentacles of
this rum-devil that space fotbidsto
deal with at present, but as a patt
ing salute, 1 will say a few words
about tentacle No. o, the saloon,
(that is the wrong word) so J will
adopt as more appropriate Bcechcr's
definition for tho rum shop, viz. :
"Red mouth devils." This tentacle
is so evil in its nature, so much
nnninst tho well being of society
that it could Justify itself in claim
ing to be a separate "Octopod" but
it truly belongs to the land devil
ruin, and one of its most effective
arms of evil to man. J will lay
aside what 1 have written more about
this "Red mouth devil" and substi
tute a part of what that honored citi
zen of Napa Chancellor Uartstam
writes about it, to the road land mail,
ho says : "The saloons have attacked
society: they have assaulted and
wrecked families; they have carried
on an indiscriminate massacre, slay
ing the trusting, the hopeful and the
gifted, carrying down also the hopes
and heaits of the lovely daughters
of the land, until more, verily more,
than one tenth of the dear sons and
cherished daughters arc tenants of
untimely and tearful graves. Self
preservation requires defensive
The whiskey flood has to lie stem
med or not only families, but society
and the nation, will bo wrecked.
The demon must be vanquished
It can he done. 1 was lately in tho
City Topeka, Kansas, containing a
population of GO, 000, and no saloon
polluted its streets or avenues.
There arc no midnight cries of mur
der there. The sale of liquor there
is regarded a crime of higher grade
than horse stealing. And such a
city, with its freedom from ruin
shops, and the vice and profanity
and crime the cluster around those
volcanoes from which How a seething
tide of death 1
A marvelous city, exhibiting the
highest evidence of thrift and in
dustry and happiness.
A city and state that, according
to natural advantages, have had a
growth and prosperity uncqualcd in
the history of States.
How different from the daily ex
hibitions here in this land cursed
The duty of every person who
loves his neighbor, his country and
mankind is beyond cavil or contro
versy. He must fight the common
enemy of mankind. He must waive
all lesser interests, and stand
shoulder to shoulder with all the
noble men, and woman too, (for we
must not overlook those angels of
mercy) in this gieat contest that
involves the libuily the happiness
and the perpetuation of the human
race ! I
Now alter all this list of black
and damning crimes you want mc to
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
On Wednesday, Fob. 20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. W..
At the residence! t f K I.yran, Horclnnla
stieDt (opposlto tho tcMdenrn of T. 0.
Thrum), 1 will soil ni Public Auction,
The Entire Housch'd Furniture,
33. "W. -Ooolceiiiwe,
Wicker Hookers, Velvet Rockers,
Beveled Plated Glnss Mirror,
Decorated llanglnc. Lump,
Hoa 33eclscecls !
Clipper Spring Mattrasses,
(Monlere, Meat Safe, Ice Chest,
Kxtcnslon Dining Table,
Dinning Room Chair?,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
Stove & Kitchen Utensils, Etc.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
From Pnlnma for Hlllc Hnugc only
fi-:.o a. m. .iitul every hour until 8.!!0
1'. M.; lust car 10:10 I'. M.
From l'nluinii for Mile Range and
Walkiki 7:10 a. m. and every hour
until !):10 r. m.
From Mile Hiihrc for Pnlnmn G-.00
a. M., 7:C0 a. m., and every half hour
until U.tfO i. M.; last enr 10.'J0j m.
From Wall.lki for Paliima 7:10 A. it.
and every hour until 10:10 v. n.
l.xtra Oiirs from Ralauia for HIUo
Range VJ noon, 4 l' St., C p.m., and
from Hills Range at 12:D0 r. m.
t.,,, ;oMCf. &s-j-xivtvttfrvpxxrvltl y?W
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AHK OFF15HINO
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices !
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF
Remnants in All Departments.
Just Received a Fiesh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE !
J AS. F. MORGAN,
175 at Auctioneer.
Paia Smar Stock !
First cars from Palama for Rifle
Hange only at 0:30 A. si.
Firt car from I'alaina for AValkiki
at 7 :10 A. si.
First ear from Wnlkikl at 8:10 a. m.
First ear from Hlllc Ranije at 7 a. m.
noon, 4 v
No exlrn cur "at 18
. si. f i oin I'nlama.
On Friday, Rflarch 1st,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOO.
At my Salesroom, Queen slivfi, I will
sell at Pu II ic Auction. I r tir.
count of whom it may
-EES-AT FISHEE.'S "SA
POR ONE WEEK
Paia Soger Slock
use milder language do' you, well
that would no doubt be more accept
able to the rum ..hops. But you
want mc to also cease being an "ob
btrueliouist" and give my influence
to continuing the licensing these
"red mouthed devils." These Jau
gernauts ol hell, so they can continue
without opposition to crush and
mangle the bodies and souls of men.
Can't do that, Mr. G, but must con
tinue to give them a dig under the
filth rib as opportunities present.
J. M. liOI-NI.K.
JAS. F. aiOHGAN,
WILLIAM FOSTER - Attorney.
ai-Law & Notary Public Ilono.
OWING to the intended departure
fiom the Kingdom of H. F. Wicli.
man, we respectfully nsk that all
amounts due our llrm bu Bcttkd on
or bufotc the lfilh of February next.
GOMES & AV1CIIMAN.
Honolulu, .fun. 21, 1SS9. 155 l!)t
-WE WILL SELL FOR ONE WEEK
California Lime !
Just Received per Hark "W. G.
-1'OU SAJii: AT-
Quti'ii Street. 2w
11 I KB. AlOINltOi-.. ladies' nur.se,
AM. icmoved to No. it, Ktikul street
riMIK adjourned annual inc.clii.f,r of
X the Rtockholdeih ot tho Kapiolani
P.irk Association ill lie held on W'KD
NKaDAY, this 20th inM., at 10 a. m., at
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce.
A. S. CLEGIIOIIN,
172 Id Pietidunt.
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Moutano, coiner of King
and Fort streets, and is pre
pared to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
1'i-liitiiiK Joiiu lor Amntetiin,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
OS?" Entrance on Fort Street. u
Our $2.50 Parasols for $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols lor S2.00.
Our 84.50 Parasols for 82.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $3.:i0.
BCSOrDE WISUEEl O-FO-TST a31
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUIt TIME TO 1'UUOllASE
Prices ig iwmwk for One Weit Only !
CHAS. J. FISIIEL, .
The Leading Millinery House.
Just received a fash supply
fmorilu draught bt'er
IOlt KAXiii .AT
rwwir. Philadelphia Layer lleer on
X draught at llio '"'ritrrlon" io kept
on leu from the time it leave Sun Fran.
Cisco. 170 It
rrMIE annual meeting of the stock
X holdeis of tlie Hawaiian Cani ijje
Manufacturing Company, will bo held
on WEDNESDAY, Fi-luuury CO, 188'),
at 2 v. ii., at the olllce of W. O. Smith,
Secretary, OG Foit sireul.
By order of the Hoard of Diicctois.
W. (). SMITH,
Honolulu, Feb. Mi, 1880. Secretary.
Tim Nippon ViiHcn KniHlin'H Xew
& Fine At tttcel Steamship
Will leave for the above ports on
FrFor terms of freij;
J Ib'S ChiHburjr. bus moved her niilli
1YJL aery buplncss to the place lately
occupied by I. Meluery, next to Gome's
& Wiuhmaii, Foit htieei, near King.
A COTTAGE, coiner Kiuau
and Pi'iis-aeola Mreot.
Pos-cmi ii k'ivi'u after March
1st. Apply io
W. O. ATWATEIt,
1T1 lw Honolulu Iron Wonts.
TWO FUUXISIIKD UOOMS,
I cuntiallv lociited. either 8enar.
iffi atcly as bcdioouisoras sitting
room and bedioom. Apply at Oils olllce.
rrMIE underMfjni d having been duly
X appointed administrator of the
estate of G. Ah Net1, Into of Kiiknihaele,
deceased, notico i" huietiy given to all
persons to present their claims against
tho estate of said G. Ah Ncc duly nu.
thenticatml, whether secuicd by niorl.
gage or otherwise, to the undcisigned
at tho olllcu of If. flackfuld & Co,
Honolulu, within six months from the
date hereof, or they will be forever
barred; and all pciEons indebted to said
pstatu aie hereby icquesieil to make
J. F. HAOKFKLD,
Administrator of tho Estate or G. Ah
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 1HS9. 1715 Jit
174 lw AtO.
FINE Colt, !J yeais
old: nerlectlv sound
and in good condition;
broken to saddle. Apply
W. W. NKEDIIAM,
, Ilusluce giocery store.
lit or passago
having superior cabin and stccragu ac
commodations, apply to
Win. G. IRWIN & CO.,
la L P F b B
another large shipment of that Celebrated Draught 13eer
by the Steamer "Australia."
It is a Clear, Cool anil Inipralii Braaia
T) ED Durook and Du.
XV rock and Berkshire.
Pigs, fiom $10 to $20 a
paii, according lo size.
Hell Telephone, I(W, Miilu il Telephone
my. .IAS. MEItKEHUItG,
172 lw Waimnnalo, Kuolaupoko.
A J'Tj person having claims agaimt
T. Mrs. .Nancy S. Ellis iiru lcquoatcd
to send them in to Mr. A. J. Cartwrighl,
with a view to settlement.
Honolulu, Fob. (1, 1889. 100 2w
ALL parties owing to W. S. Luce up
to January ill, 1889, are hereby re.
quested to make. Immediate payment to
Mr. Frank Hrown, Merchant street, (for.
merly A. M. Howctt's). who is autho.
rlzeif to receipt for all moneys paid
J. F. JIAOKFELD,
Assignees of W. S. Luce.
Honolulu, Jan. ill, 1889. 101 lm
f you'fTnd anything.
X advertise it in the Daily Huli.ktin.
EX-M ABIPOS A. :
N. Z. MULLET, now catch, lb. tin;
N. Z. JAMS, new season;
H. Z. FRESH BUTTER, 1 & 2 lb. tins;
H. Z. LAMB'S TONGUES, 1 & 2 lb. tins;
KILN DRIED OATMEAL, 14 lb. tins.
Also a small quantity of
Furze Seed for Hedges.
The Al Mtcaimtlilp
Of the Occidental it Oiiental Steamship
Co will be due at Honolulu from Ban
i'rancitco on or about
arch 9, 1889,
And will leave for the above ports on
or about thai date.
BS?For freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
107 til Agents
The Best Company
DODD & MILLER
I 5 g
Life Insurance Co.,
oir isiaw yokk
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
I0i VmT MTJtHHT. ISOXOI.UI.!!.
-I.Ml'OUTEKS i. I)EAU:i!B in-
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
The Largest Company in Iho World
The Oldest Company in tho U. S.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Policies
Pays the Largest Dividends.
J. K. BKOWN it CO.,
28 Merchant St.
Claims paid to policy holders in the
Hawaiian Islands, during the
past ten years,
Over : SlOO.OOO OO.
flQr For rates, apply to
8. It. JtOSE,
General Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
Agents for 1. Lorillanl it Co.'g Tobaccos, it W. S. Kimball &. Co.'h
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
7.3 Hotel Street.
Aerated "Water Works
FOrt'l? SaRI3ID1 XIONOLXJJL.XJ.
C2T BAHGAINS 1 Now Lino of EST BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before.
SHELF-HARDWARE. PLOWS &
NovoltioH and ITuiiey GooUw, In ILiurjuro Vni'Ioty.
New inolcu of
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