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lroit'u fcsxitiaisx, iionozajjotj.
ST BARGAINS" Now Lino of JT1 BARGAINS -TJSr)
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices tbnn ever before. New iuvoire of
SHELMABDW ARE. PLOWS & REM MBRGHANDISB.
.Novelties and STiinoy CJoods, Xu Xjiutco Variety.
Per " Royal Alice"
125 days' from Liverpool.
THE REFORM CAUSE.
From the llilo Jlccord, May it.)
IMPORTERB AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Tucket from tho Eastern States mid Europe
Fresh California Produce by evory Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to
and Goods delivered to any part ot the city free of charge. Island orders soil,
cited. Satisfaction suarantccd. Post OlQca Box 1-lft. Tc'ciilione No. 03 nov-4 85
-P. O. Box 3B7.
LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IS GROCERIES 4 PROVISIONS.
Frozon Oysters and Frosh California Fruits, Fish, Games and Vegetables on ICE by each
steamor ol the 0. S. S. Co. A complolc line of Crosse & Olackwoll's and
J. T. Morton's English Canned Goods always on hand.
SSs NEW GJ-O0:03 &
Ridges' Infant Food, French Mushroom in glass, Glinardclll in tins, Ground
Chocolate, Uiossc & Blackwcll Fresh Fruli Jams in glass, Stuffed Olives in
glass, Walnuts, Almonds, Filbert, Peacan & Brazil Nuts, Foiled Sausage,
Cat. Mild Cream Chccso, Eastern Cheese, Oregon Cream Cheese, Young American Chccso,
Swiss Cheese. Edam Chccso, Topo Can Creamery Gutter in 31b tins,
Kcga Gcrmam Salt Pickles, Petaluma Table Fruits in glass jars, Finest Dchcsa
Tabic Raisins, Crystal Wave Mackerel in Gib tin, Kegs Sauerkraut, American
. Cranberry Sauce, Capo Code Cranberries, 21b Blocks Coduh, Anderson Cele
brated Mince Meat iu glass jars, Jacob Dold's Buffalo Hams, Whittakurs Star
Hams, Old Reliable Ham is Bacon, ficsh lot of Garden Seeds, Ciclly Lemons,
Apples, Yellow Turnips. Parsnips, New Potatoes & Onions, Cnl. Roll Butter,
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Large, Varied & Selected Stock.
"Wicker Ware, Etc.
A full line.
A largo assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
Isl5.MJ.dL OxdLe2's Solicited!.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
Kit Salmon Bellies, Block Codfish, Smoked Beef, Buffalo Ham &
Bacou, Boxes Smoked Herring, Tins Norwegian Salt Herring,
Mild Cal. Cheese, Atmorcs Miuce Meat, Green Turtle Soup,
Terrapin Soup, Sugar Raisins, Currants, Walnuts, Almonds,
Dried Peaches, Prunes, Dates, Honey, Cereolinc Flakes,
OjVIPjH cod ckasbekbies,
Tomato Ketchup, Cases Sugar Corn, Cases Sugar Peas, Jersey
Blue Potatoes, Ruta Bagas Turnips, Calaforuia Onions, Crackers,
nil kinds ; Choice Teas, Fresh Apples, Saloon Pilot and Medium
Bread, Wheat, Flour, Butter, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
General Assortment of Canned Heats. Frnits and Other Groceries.
6? Leave your orders, or ring up 119. -s
J0HI0TT.-I0.B KaaHumanu Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lanros and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House BCeepisig Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, GOPHER AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Oils ! Oil !
Rolled & Raw Linseed, Castor.
Paints & Zinc !
Fern Stands & Wire Baskets,
Corrugated & Plain.
32 Columns of Original Matter.
"BUSTLE IS NOT INDUSTRY."
There la & iJ-Utway aud a wtoas -Haj-to dean
house. This iilcturo kliowo Uio wroug aj Va
joumMi to luipwtbo right May? Uuya ciUe of
Uror.io nail try it la your ncit liouso-cleaulnij ud
you will jjij'roclato Uio dlffurejico 60 witch that you
trill !iver bo.rittiout it ngiln, . , Ho, m
Is now issued mid will bo found to
ho an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 82 columns of
reading mutter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
inland news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
Island $4 00 year
Foreign (mailed) 5 00 year
To bo had from
Hawaiian News Co, Merchant
A. M". Hewett, Merchant street;
W. II, Graenhalgh, Fort street ;
Bulletin Ofllee, Qncen street.
Patent Steel Uarbed.
Bedsteads of Iron,
Of all varieties, always in slock.
Hay, Feed & Flour
May 71 HONOLULU. 1699
Some rather queer reports have
come to our cars during the last
week, concerning the action of tho
Hawaiian jury here. Every caso
that has been brought before them,
with the excaption of two, were dis
charged, although to others, listen
ing to the developments in some of
tho eases) convictions ought to have
followed. After three cases had been
disposed of, we heard the rumor,
that some of the natives had said,
that the arrest of the Hawaiiana was
only a political dodge to diminish
the Hawaiian list of voters at the
next election, and that It was n dodge
to that effect, put up by the "Re
form Government)" and that no
Hawaiian jury would convict a Ha
waiian. The progress of events
proves that some political dodge is
Ht the bottom of the matter. Two
of the bitter opponents to our pre
sent Government are in the field as
candidates for representatives from
Hilo. And not an occasion is lost
by their supporters, to cry down
and injure in the native Hawaiians'
mind, the Government as now car
ried on. And these candidates arc
not leaving a stone unturned that
will help their election, and injure
the election of independent men.
The Hawaiian papers arc mostly
trying to poison the minds of the
Hawaiians against any form of re
form. And what will be the outcome of
all this? Shall we sit quietly by and
do nothing, or, sliall we commence
working to counteract this feeling?
If we are to do it, it is time we wcic
at work. When we look at the pre
sent state of the Government, as re
gards our finances ; as regards the
faithful and honest carrying out of
the measures proposed by the last
Legislature ; as regards the advance
we have made during the past year,
from, we might say, a state of na
tional bankruptcy, to one where me
public credit is so good, that our
own people arc willing to trust it
with their savings, to such an
amount, that we are able to call in
our National Bonds ; when the ad
ministration of law and order is car
ried on so much better, that tho ef
fects are noticeable all over our
kingdom ; when, we say, we look at
our present state as compared with
that under which we lived from ls84
to 1887 we are bound to say that
Reform is not a failure. To send
us back now to our former state, no
thinking man will for one moment
bo willing to consent to. That in
some particulars "Reform" might be
reformed, no one will deny. JNo
man or set of men aro so infallible,
but that they can, yea, do make
mistakes. But of what use is it
now to try and sink the boat that
has carried us thus far over the
troubled sea of bankruptcy? and na
tional ruin as this one has. Wc are
nearing a national crisis. Give us
in 1890 a fair, honest Legislature,
and we will be able to advance to
greater prosperity ; but give us a
venal, Reform-hating, one man
power seeking Legislature, and all
we have gained in the past j'ear will
be irretrievably lost, and Hawaii
will sink deeper into the slough of
bankruptcy and ruin. Wc must
have a Legislature who will fear
lessly shew up the mistakes of our
present Government aud then not
try and overthrow it, but build it up
and guide it onward to a more glo
We cannot go back, and although
we know that dissatisfaction exists
among some of those who nobly
stood up two years ago for political
reform, still we have charity enough
to believe that not one, who at that
time really felt the need of a radical
change in the Government and was
willing to support his belief with his
life blood, will now honestly say
"that all has been lost and that we
are worseoff now than wo were be
fore." No! there may be some
loud-mouthed political bummers
who thus cry, but not one who then
was a true patriot will be found
among the number. They will be
found to be among the number, who
in the "day of need" were found to
have left their rifle3 at home and
made tracks themselves for the
mountains. Now what is to be
done, should bo started at once. It
is no way to wait until the enemy is
entrenched behind its fortifications
of political lic3, and then come out
and try to dislodge them. That
every kind of measure .will be used
to carry the next elections, as
against reform and for the re-cstab-lishment
of the autocratic power of
the King, as it was before, we knowt
How we shall meet it and by what
means carry the da', are matters of
serious thought and should be care
fully considered now, not waiting
until it is too lute.
We cannot believe that any plant
ation managers on the islands will,
as it is reported currently here, be
bo blind to their besttjutercsts as to
vote themselves or influence their
employees to vote against the Re
form candidates, if good honest men
ure put up. It will bo against their
own interests to do so. We do be
lieve that all true men will join now
in doing all that can be done to per
petuate the era of Reform. We do
not wish to be understood by saying
"perpetuate the era of Reform," to
mean that necessarily the present
Cabinet shall be retained, but that
the principle under which wo linye
lived nnd done so well for the past
year shall bo continued. If it for
uny reason shall be thought best to
have a change of Cabinot Olllcers,
I lot only those bo called to fill their
places that tiro known to lie
sound on tho Reform movement.
Wo are satisfied with the Cabinet
as it now stands, but if for
any good reason, a change shall bo
thought best, wo shall support for
that position only those who aro will
ing to uphold the present Coristitu
lion and not thoso who wish to go
back to the days when the King was
master of tho whole situation and
when such a state of affairs was al
lowed to exist as under tho late era
of misrule nnd peculation. So let
us all who favor honest Government,
be up and doing forthwith.
Mrs. II. MAOMILLAN
HAS commenced Dressmaking, Cut.
ting nnd Fitting, nt iter rcsldcnco
No 134 Mtiuauu Avenue, next to Eagle
House, Bell Telephone 180. 248 lm
RS. MONROE, Indies' nurse, hns
removed to Nn. U, Iiukui lnne.
AR. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
oflTce and phnrmncv nt Hawaiian
Hotel rilablcs, corner Hotel and Richard
streets. Scientific treatment In all dh.
eases of domestic anlmnls. Orders for
plnntntinu and ranch block promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone 854,
P. O Hox 32(1. mh.lS-89
MOATS FOR SALE.
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Printing JUono lor Amateurs,
Galiinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed,
B"- Entrnuco on Fort Street, -rjja
Searcher of Records
tioncrnl Writer & Compiler.
Office, 84 King street (Sander's Express),
Telephone No. 80, Abstrncts of Titles
made, with nccurney nnd dispatch.
Australian Mail Service.
FOB HAS FKAKCISCO,
The now and flue Al Btcel steamship
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June I, 1889.
And will leave for tho above' port with
mails and possengcrs on or about that
nSSU?111 or Passage, having BU
PERIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., AgenU
Fort Stcot, next Lucas' Mill,
it Y7"E have on hand ono 22
jt&mr? ' f00t Whnleboat, with
jjjjsSwH iron ecntcr.lioard, mast, soil,
SsE&Si oars, etc., complete, suitable
for llsblng. Also, ono 7fi-lb. Clinker
Pleasure t-kiiT, copper fastened, with
oars nnd rowlocks; will be sold cheap
for cash. Both new. Apply at
DOWER &, SON'S,
230 lm Shop nenr the Fisli Market.
Oceanic SteaMii) Com'y.
Ship's Blacksmiihlng, Drays, Carts &
Wagon Building as specially.
Every description of work in tho
above lines performed in n first-class
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
JJS? Orders from tho other islnnds
solicited. Will bo pleased to sco nil
our old customers us well as now ones.
now and flno
J a ilUPP fd&llUaB;
74 King St.
74 King sL
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
ho due nt Honolulu from Sun
Francisco on or about
June 8, 1889.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails nnd passengers for the abovo ports
r.,F,SJJXelShl or Passnge, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Agents
The Best Company
OJT DNISIV YOKE,
Arrive at Honolulu:
Australia May 31
Mariposa Juno 8
Austnilia June 28
Zealandia July 6
Australia July 2G
Alameda August 3
Australia August 23
Mariposa August 31
Australia September 20
Zealandia September 28
Australia October 18
Alameda October 2G
Australia Novembor 15
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering I
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
The Largest Company in tho World
Tho Oldest Company in the U.S.
It Gives tho Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Largest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders in tho
Hawaiian Islands, during tho
past ten yenrs,
Over : $100,000 OO.
Alameda September 21
Australia September 27
Mariposa October 19
Australia October 25
Zealandia November 1C
Australia November 22
Alameda December 14.
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots & Shoes,
Xo. S!0 Nutinitu Ht.,
All work guaranteed. Lowest prices.
The very beat leather kept on hand.
V. O. Box 351. -5SCB- Hell TolC. 74.
Depot, 28 Morchant Stroot.
Tele.: Boll 172, Mutual 360.
For rates, npply to
S. B. BOISE,
Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
J. E. BROWN &C0,
an aicrchaut Ht., Honolulu, 1I.I.
Corner Fort & Morchant Streets,
Honolulu, II. I.
Accountants &. Collectors
Hawaiian Bell Tolephone Go.
Manager of Advertising Department
DEPARTMENTS of BUSINESS:
Conveyancers & General Agents
REAL ESTATE FACTORS &
Patent Glaus Volvo Bottles
CAPACITY 1,000 DOZEN PER DAY.
Collodions will rccolvo special mien,
lion and returns promptly made.
Meal Eslato bought, cold and leased.
Taxes Paid nnd property safely inured
Houses, Cottages, Rooms and Offices,
leased and rented, and reuts collected.
Flro and Lifo Insurance oiTeetcd in first
class Insurance) Companies.
Conveyancing a Specialty Records
seai died and correct Abstracts of Title
Legal Documents and Papers of every
description carefully drawn and hand,
Copying and Translating in nM languages
in ui'iicral ut-o in this. Kingdom,
Custom House Business transacted with
Loans negotiated at favoiuble rates.
Gold, Silver and Certificates bought and
Advertisements and Subscriptions soli
cited for publishers.
Skillod and. Unskilled Labor furnished.
Any Ariiclo purchased or sold.
Intor-lsland Orders will recolvo parti,
To Let, Furnished and Unfurnished Cot
tagos in desirable localities at reasonable
Several Valuablo Proporlics In and
around tho city now for sale and lease
on easy terms.
BSyAU business entrusted to our care
wilt receivo prompt aud faithful atten
tion at moderate charges Feb-4-80
Tho only apparatus using Purified Car
bonic Acid Oas, making
Sole Agents for tho Burlington Routs
Across America, and to tho Azores.
Kole Aecnts for Pitt & Scott's Foreign
Parcels Express & General Shipping
Bole Agents for Sunny South Aerated
Sole Agents for Masellcld Bros.' New
Zealand Mullet and Canned Goods.
Special Agents for Leading New Zca
laud and Australian Mcicantilo Firms.
Special Agents for the California Land
Special Agents for the Honolulu BubIJ
Also, Oilier Special Agencies.
EST Customs' Entries Passed. Pro
perties Managed. Assignees and Audi,
tors' Work done promptly.. Houses
Leased and Rents Collected.
New Business Solicited
No. 172 Mutual Tclo.
Post Office Box 4C9.
And Puro, Strong Effervescing
Notk Empty Bottb's to bo returned
prior to new orders being executed.
XgyOrders delivered to any part of
tho city, Island orders solicited. 38 tf
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alnkca Streets.
Open ovcry Day and Evening,
Tho Library consists at tho presont
time of over Flvo Thousand Volumes.
Tho Reudiutf Room Is supplied with
about fifty of the leading newspapers
A Parlor is provided for conversation
Terms of membership, fifty cents a
jiontli, payablo quarterly In ndvauco.
No formality required In jolnlnp; exeept
signing tho roll. b l
Strangers from foreign countries and
visitors from tho other Islands aro wel
come to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
nieaus of support except the dues of
members, it is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of its privileges, and all who feol
an interest in maintaining an institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become regular contributors.
A. J. UAKTYVKIUUT, ITCS.
M. JU. SUUiT,
II. A. PAHMEL1
A. L. SM1T1
O. T. RODGERS. M.D..
Chairman Hall and Library Committee
HE ONLY READABLE PA
PER in (ho Kiugdoiu "The
Dally UulloUn," 60 cents per month.
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