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Notice to Corporations.
All Incorporated Companies who
havo failed to lilo the Annual Exhi
bit of thoir nflairs ns of July 1st,
1889, in accordance with tho require'
menu of .Section 1411 of the Civil
Code, Chapter 30 of tho Laws, of
lgS0, nnd of a Notice published by
Authority, under date of Juue 2",
1889, are requested to file the Borne
at the Interior Office without delay.
Blank forniB for this purpose can
be obtained upon 'application to the
Chief Clerk of the Department.
L. 'A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Departm't of Interior, Aug. 1G, '89.
. . 327 3t
Pledged to ntither Sect nor Party,
But eitablisked for the bine fit of all.
TUESDAY, AUG. 20, 1889.
Arrests havo been made on the
Washington diamond of betters on
the baseball games. It is stated
that the clubs are supporting the
police in the campaign against gam
bling on the matches.
It is a significant piece of news
that Japan hesitates about conclud
ing revised treaties with western na
tions, for fear that China would by
the rules of international comity
lso have to receive freedom of resi
dence and business for her subjects
in the "land of the rising sun."
A Brooklyn doctor was mobbed
by loughs when his patient died
after he had worked hard to save
his life. He had to flee, leaving hat
and coat behind. "When he return
ed to get those articles under police
protection, the bereaved mob were
only kept off him by the officers.
Here is an argument, if any is need
ed, for maintaining all the physical
training for which modern universi
ties are sometimes satirized. The
lighting doctor in Broofclj'n and
other large cities may become more
of a reality than the fighting editor.
The United States is being invad
ed by British capitalists. They are
buying all the breweries they can
get hold of. They arc going into
the South to develop the iron re
sources there. A syndicate, sup
posed to be English, is negotiating
for the purchase of the united grain
elevators of St. Louis, capitalized
at 82,000,000. These are only a
few of the many instances lately re
corded of the shower of British gold
supplementing the rains of heaven
in fructifying American prosperity.
It is a phenomenon also to enrich
United States politics, furnishing an
argument equally available to pro
tection and free trade.
"Whatever interest the Bullktin
has lately taken in the Advertiser
was reciprocal in its origin. Al
though oftentimes faint and Hat, our
contemporary's quips and jibes at
this paper were, like temporal bles
sings, new every morning. Such
cases of rashness are not uncom
mon in the border journalism adopt
ed a a model by the Advertiser ;
but, as phenomena are never exactly
alike, it was deemed advisable to
keep the "critter" gently excited
and watch how rapidly it would tire
itself out. As further fatiguing of
it might dually end tho amusement,
its cry of distress tlii.i morning may
be taken as a parole of inoffensive
ness for tho future.
The Standard Oil Company, hav
ing conquered the world of kero
uene, instead of Bitting down to
weep, has started to make conquests
of other spheres. It is reported to
have bought up all tho white lead
companies of the United States at
nn estimated cost of 800,000,000.
men ' '
Where the absorptive capacity of
this oleaginous combination will
find its limit of empire is impossible
to forecast. It s, however, becom
ing' easy to imagine that when
Macaulay'B New Zealandcr sets out
with bis note book to sketch the
ruins of St. Paul'a In London., if he
travel by the Oceanic Sleqmship
Company's route as he doubtless
trill, may find it worth while to
pauao on his way for tho purpose of
sketching the palaces of the Rocke
feller dynasty in "Washington,
fhcMlftafortlguOfiict ii ift
ported to l negotiating r ooraracr
oial treaty with Japnn, on the lluoi
of tho revised treaties just negotiat
ed by tho United Statoa and Mexico
with that country. Tueso new
treaties surrender extra-territorial
Jurisdiction of tho Powers making
them, in return for having tho whole
interior of Japan thrown open to
thoir trade. The latest news, how
ever, Indicates that Japan is hesitat
ing over this general treaty revision,
through fear of having to give the
Chinese similar privileges with those
extended to other nationalities.
Thomas Sexton, M. P. and Lord
Mayor of Dublin, charges the Brit
ish Government witli tampering with
a letter from President Harrison to
himself. The letter acknowledged
in a hearty manner a resolution of
sympathy with the Americau people
for the Johnstown calamity, which
was passed by the Dublin municipal
council. It is charged by Mr. Sex
ton thai the seal was melted, the
envelope opened and refastened with
another kind of gum, and the Am
erican crest defaced. If such license
has been taken with a foreign letter
it may make an international ques
tion of a delicate nature. Letters
suspected to be addressed to some
of the Orsini conspirators against
Napoleon III. weie opened by con
tinental agents in England, with
the consent of Lord Palmerston, the
British Premier, and, although there
were ancient precedents for the
liberty thus taken, the matter caus
ed such a furore in Parliament that
the British Ministry had to give
pledges, of course binding upon
their successors, that letters should
not be violated without consent of
Euitok Bulletin: In last Satur
day's game the Captain of the Ka
inchamelias claimed that a runner
was out for violently and needlessly
knocking down the first baseman of
the Karnehauiehas, and thus pre
venting his fielding a ball thrown by
the catcher. The claim was not
allowed by the umpire. The deci
sion was in defiance of Rule 48, Sec.
8, which says: "The base-runner is
out, if he intentionally interferes
with a thrown ball." Or, what is
more specific, Rule 51, Sec. 3, ex
pressly states that "the attention of
the umpire is partieulaily directed
to possiblo violations of the purpose
ami spirit of the rules. Theie may
be cases of a base-runner so flag
rantly violating the spirit of the
rules and of the game in obstructing
a fielder from fielding a thrown ball
that it would become the duly of the
umpire, not only to declare the base
runner out, but also to impose a
heavy fine upon him. Kor example:
"If the base-runner holds a fielder's
arms so as to disable him from
catchinc the ball, or if he run against
or knock the fielder down for the
That tho act in question was in
tentional will hardly be denied, as
it was threatened weeks ago, and
was defended as allowable at the
time. The act, sustained as it was
by the umpire, saved the Honolulu
an "out," added one to their score,
and seriously disabled, for the re
maining iunings, one of the most
necessary and valuable men of the
Kamchameha team, at a ciilical
point in the game. Such methods
greatly discredit ball-playing with
those who admire prowess, and
agilitv, and manly effort.
W. B. O.
A CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK.
Brown My son, whoever taught
you to tell your mother lies?
Little Johnnie You did, dad, and
you know it.
J-l Jl. 1X1JU
Miss Ada (Just introduced)
Were you ever in love, Mr. Smith?
Smith Once only.
When was that?
Well, about a quarter of an hour
ago. (They marry.)
THE TROUBLESOME SMALL. BROTHER.
The Rev. Primrose Your mother
doesn't scctn as fond of you an she
Little Johnnie No, sir. She
says if it hadn't been for me sho'd
have had sister married years ago.
THE MATERIALS WERE ALL THERE.
Downc You seem much Inter
ested in the paper. Have they dis
covered Cronin's murderers?
Towne No ; but coming down in
the elevated I saw a man playing a
cornet in one window and in the
next room a fellow was stropping a
rn.or. I would like to see the end
PUNLHMENT IN DAKOIA.
Bjones (reading the papsr)
That's queer a North Dakota cler
gyman caught stealing a horse from
one of his parishioners.
Bjenkins (languidly) Ah 1 Did
they Hiispeud hitu from his pastor
ale? Bjones No; they suspended him
from a tree.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-'! be
most popular paper publisLod.
iuty nmmM iHtiitewuu t It AtMN's 4
ARM tub kanakas.
All Agent of King Kftlhknttft Vldlta
Malt linUe Ctty to Mco tho Op
Tho following news article ap
pears under tho foregoing heading
in the Salt Lake Tribune of July
"Quito recently a prominent and
influential resident of Honolulu vis
ited Salt Lake and, seeing that there
were quite a colony of Sandwich Isl
anders here, he took the trouble to
look them up. Tho simple-minded
kanakas, after being converted to
Mormonisiu by the eldets, were in
duced to gather to Zioo, through
the false representations of the
elders to the effect that they
would be given good positions,
and be able to earn good salar
ies, and be much more comfort
able than on the island?, Once
here, however, they were given the
hardest kind of work on the temple
and paid insignificant wages, which
of course they had to take in tithing
orders. These orders nre worth in
cash about 50 cents on the dollar, so
that a person leceiving SI. 50 in tith
ing for a day's work, would, in reality,
be earning 75 cents in cash. A
great many kanakas were dissatisfied
with the way in wlucli iney were
treated but said little as tlicy were
not in a position to help themselves.
When this visitor from their native
land called upon them, however,
they explained everything to him,
and he at once nnuonced his in
tention of bringing the matter to
the attention of the Hawaiian Gov
ernment and using his influence to
secure legislation to prevent the ly
ing elders from practising the 'ever
lasting gospel in the islands, and is
confident that he will succeed. The
matter soon leaked out and the
church authorities are agitated over
'he pio-pect of being shut out from
the rich missionary Held. It is also
said that steps will be taken to pro
vide for the return of those kanakas
who desire to go back to the islands,
and if this is done the saints will
have to give up that little sencme of
establishing a kanaka colony on the
shore of Utah Lake. Further de
velopments may be expected in a
A Bullktin representative, know
ing that Mr W. A. Kinney when
abroad had visited Salt Lake, called
upon that gentleman on seeing the
foregoing article. Mr. Kinney dis
claimed being the influential citizen
referred to, hut related particulars of
what he had learned at Salt Lake.
He bad met two Hawaiian boys on
the street and found them dissatis
fied and desuous of gelling home
again. They told him that so long
as the colonists obeyed the church
they got along tolerably well, but if
they rebelled" at the discipline of tho
saints the penalty was in being cast
out to make the best terms they
could with Uie world. Mr. Kinney
learned that tho older Hawaiian
colonists were well enough satisfied,
but a large number of the younger
portion would gladly get back to
the islands. lie made up the
amount lacking by one of the boys
to take him home, and through the
Ilawaiinn Consul at San Fiancisco
recommended this Government to
make provision for liiinginu back
all the dupes desirous of returning.
The Government could not see the
way clear to doing so, as the people
in question did not come under the
head of "destitute Hawaiians."
Mr. Kinney, however, believes that
if these people were brought home
bv the Government, the action
would have the- effect of preventing
the one or two hundred, now said
to be contemplating an early de
parture for "Zton," from quitting
their native shores.
Audlon Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SA IE
By cder of Mn. Of) AS. WALL. I will
Be 1 at I'u til ic Amnion, ui my
Salem mini Queen bt.,
On MONDAY, Aug. 20th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK xuox,
HIS - RESIDENCE!
On Liliha s.t'O'1, adjoining the pioperty
ot Cupluin Tilpp
The L it lmB a frontuge of about 10
feet on Liliha bluet it mi is about 200
feet deep There i a
Large Dwelling House,
On th" properly, containing, L'irge Par
lor, Silting Boom, 2 Beilio nif Veniada
Booms, Pining Hounif, Eic, Cook aiid
B'Uh 11 use , hUbles, Servant-' Houses,
'I he Lot U well covered with grass
and platilid ith a variety of treei
Wiiter laid on ihr ugh nit
The liu'llli'j; Hone Is in good re
pi' mid ih room' mid vuruiiiut nr
large niei ai y
Crroti,i .. ,t i in- ,mn'j ifo H.ontf)
ca ri main o m .itnu
iff' K r fm 111 -i uri cuhirs apply to
J AS. F. MOllGAN,
FOU SALE at AUCTION J
lir J. F. MOItOAK.
On HATOUDAY, AilC. 3J.UI,
Ai 12 ii'c'oc mien,
4 r 5 Hawaiian CurritiKt' &
Suddlc IIIltrM'M. 1 1 v
I F YOU WANT A SITUATION,
JL advertise la tho "Dully Bulletin."
ANT st&tvmcnts having bin tamlo
latelv In the Daily Hom.btin
wl'h rcgitu to Life Insurance, I pub.
lishod on tiio Uih Inst., tor ihn l-enoflt
of the Policyholder in tie New York
Life Inmiaticu '"o, certain rompivntlvo
tUnrts vliich will stand In ?,ilio of nny
comiuuiicitloii by other companies r
My pti' litattoii litis oillcil forth a
Uilui lull of uncntlcm nly remark
from Mr Thomas, the Kxecutlve .-pe.
clul Agent nf the Muui'il Lifts Insur
ance ( o , which I positively decline to
asver, such tielmt beyond my standing
in the community In tilt oily.
t bIhII be itlail to give any Itiformn.
t'o i ret: rdlng Lite Insurance nt my
tilllec, up c-1' tins Ii e nn1 Itiip'Mslhta to
eiimniuidce mh-Ii to the public tliit ugh
"ic ris without ptfti i Itiir it'pl't fid eon
Iroven-y heri-lotoie iinkim"'!! I" lids or
nny other city. O. O. BERGKR,
General Ast-iit New Yotk Lite 1 lis Co
NEW YORK LINE !
AN Al Vessel will be dispatched for
lion.liuu t lcae New Yoik In
all Novi-mb.T Knr further inform Ulor.
apply to the Agents,
Miusits W. II. GROSSMAN & 11UO ,
17 iii 711 Broad St., .New Yoik City.
Or CASTLE & COOKE,
.'127 lm Hon lulu 11. I.
D. II. LEWIS.
C. M. WHITK,
Kelt Tolo, 450 P. O. Box 70.
LEWIS - & - WH
HAVE OPENED AN OFFICE
No. 15 Kaahumanu Street,
Tor t'ie TrmiMir, inn of General
Adjusting nnd Exporting Books
Keening Accounts nnd Making Oil
Home Lct-iiud items Collected.
R-nl Estate Umiplu and Sold.
A sinicix ofTI'le r'urnislitd.
D awincof Deeds, Lraieh, (J(ntnct-,
Copyng and Engrossing of nil (Its.
Custom Iloufc Entries made ani!
Goods Cleared, Etc., Etc.
The virii'd lnsinei experience of the
member nf the Ibm Is u suflU-ient guii
uiniy of cHpibtlilv on their p.irt fm in
ill filiaice of nil matters cniiusted
htm By t.iitlilul anil prompt alien
ti'n to the fame nnd by reasonutil
r-liarues fm- all mm vices, tlioy IiOIjO l(.
inerii general iitr tmp
327 if M-1WIS & AVII1TK.
HpIIE next term of the Kamcli unci
1. I'lep-iiuiory SclioM will ope
MONDAY, September aid. Applic
linn-mr itilmi'sinu should be male
once to llie Prin"in.il
H (I id Miss O. A. XEAMEIt.
The next term of Kamchameha School
will o .en
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
Three gentlemen, hnvlog t-neoiiil nun
lificaiinn-a teuchtrsof rr.mnml traiiiiut
Inive been engiged for the coining yen
i wii m iiiusij nn lnpiuy luuuiniiieuui
by l)r Woodward of the Cclcbrutir
Manual Tiainiiig School of Wiihlnnlon
Univerbity lining gra.ilnale of tlmt ii
-titutinii The other ah Piiiicipr.l o
llobi.Uen Academy his hint vulnubii
expeiiM.ee as an iiisttuclor in seven.)
branches of nuinual traiinm.'.
Application for ailmiM-iui fchniiM b
-em immediately to the I'rine.ipul, f
loonit. w ill be as-iigne'l in order ol
Boy Foi further information apply to
IVM. B. OLESON,
:H4 if l'rincipul.
HONOLULU, n. I.
These Schools open for the New Year
St'iiti mber 9, 1880.
Tho faculty of Oahu College will bo
the sanio an last year. Tho Filcnd
cays: "We think that there- has never
been an abler faculty at Oahu College,
or one better adapted to impart n high
classical and hcleutitlc education. "
Tbu Boaiding Department can ac
commodate but few more than were in
attendance last year, and all who denire
to enter fahon.d make an eaily applica
tion The Pieparatory .School continues
under the I'riiielpalshlp of MIh Mulone;
Mi.s.i Clinic A. Oilman takes Mlts
Chamberlain's position, the bitter hav
ing; leKlgiud to remove to the United
Tho Tiustees are happy to announce
t' at, through the geneioim interest of a
f i lend, they aie. electing a line new
building and remodeling the present
one, no i hut this school will occupy new
and commodious quartets In Septem
ber. When Ihn? equipped wo bijliovn
the I'ri'puriitoiy School will offer oppor
tunities second to none in the iugdotu.
EeiTAddiess all letters of Inquiry or
ItEV, W, O. MEKKLTT,
317 lm Prvrfdout.
''"K'",i. " ' ' ''"'ll
' ' . .Q i . .. -.1 ....
uThe earth hath btlbbles, as the water has, and thes6 arc 6 them."
Now that tho two big bubbles blown up to suoh sizo in tho Dailt
Bulletin by jealous rivals of tho grand old Mutual, have been pricked
and bursted, it is easy to understand how much space an ndvcitiscment
can occupy and sllll contain nothing but wind, and as tho creators of both
bubbles have publicly admitted llieir inability to prove tho contents other
than wind, the mystified readers may now find that "Thcro is rest for the
weary." ,' ,
"An honttt tale speeds best being plainly told."
Ivino Rtctuni) III.
It is n plain, unadulterated and inOontrovcrtablc fact that the Oldest
Active Life Insurance Company iu tho United Stnle9 nnd the Largest
Financial Institution in the World is Tho Mutual -Lilo Insurance
Ooinimny of Sow York.
Heiio "Indeed, he hath an excellent good name." Ursula
"His excellence did earn it ere he had it."
Much Ado Auout Notiiino. ,
The excellent good name which the Mutual Life Insurance Company
bears is the direct result of a business career extending over the past half
century. Dining this lime it lias earned a deservedly high reputation for
honorable dealing, prompt settlement of losses, liberal policies, large pro
fits, and unquestionable security. No company offers greater inducements
to persons contemplating insurance.
"ITe is well paid that is well satisfied."
Mkuciiant of Vknice.
Everyone who holds a policy in the Mutual Life is more, than well
satisfied, nnd not without ample reason: for no other Life Insurance Com
pany in the Wot Id has ever equalled the actual results of policies matured
and paid by the Mutual Life, and no other company can show equal pro
fits apportioned to policies iu force, as can be shown by tho Mutual Life.
"Bosom up my Council, you'll find it wholesome."
Kino Husur VIII.
If you want real genuine insurance, cheap Insurance, and profitable
insurance, and non-forfei tabic insurance, and incontestable, insurance;
insurance that can't get away from you, that covers you completely and
comfortably like a blanket; insurance that will be paid promptly when it
is due without vexations worry or delay, without any deduction or fuss
whatever; insurance that will provide against every contingency that
human wisdom can foresee, Insure in Tho Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York. A. D. THOMAS,
328 tf m Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
K01IALA, II WAII,
Ry ordcrof Mr. JOHN HI.VD. Manager
ot the Siar Mill Co., I will sell at Pub
At Kiipnnn, IColinln.
On FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
August SOth anil 31"t,
AT 1 O'CLOCK V. .11.,
87 Gal. Ti nets & Harnesses
15 Hnri.es and Miipf,
Cane Wiigons. (.'a e Land,
Houses, House Lots,
Blacksmith's & i'ai pooler's tools.
And a complete i-'O'itnent of
AgricM illiniums !
the Mm him y ol In a Vr Mill
is n UrM-rlii's nr er, oft" r for
which are MiiiiJted mid .onist-ol
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
1 ' ii Ir lioiluri' (1x2' ;
I 'imb' Eil'.-it, " .id 7 fffl Pan.
1 Viiiuum Pan ii It. itli Blake l'i mp
3 Weston Centrifugals & Engine
Tog- ther with tlic usual assort,
ClariQers, Cleaning Pans, Coolers, &c.
And other Machinery nrually found
in u welbappoinlkd Mill.
8Kor fiuthcr particulars apply to
Win. J. BRODIE,
:122 nt.rl Ufl3t.w Auctioneer
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
i W Cntundtr Car.
riiitie lubt finished
ma! h tnd-oinulj tiimmed
in llrsi class Myle; mti-l be iiniiii-iiiuu-U
julil to cIihh mi fW'lirnmmt. Applvto
HAWAIIAN RL'hlNlS AUKNUY
Collage To Let.
NEW one Mory Cottage
on upper pan of Liliha
street, couiainini K roouiR
n'cely pupeied and painted, bath room,
kite en, nice lawn, bhade trees, etc.
Will be rented reasonable to a good ten
ant. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
STOKE TO LET
rpilE Store lately occupied
JL hy E. O. ltnwe, Way's
Iilnck, King strei t. nt reason.
aliln rfnt'd. PowcRlnn clvcn ot once
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
r I 1 E bent remedy for
1 wound, ulcers,
gnlls, proud llesh and
foies of evcrv deherln-
jf-Z1 tion to peisiuis or ani
mals. Adopted hy leading horco lail
road, club and lively stihles, etc.. In
the United States and elsewhere. We
are prepared to prove this statement hy
testimonials aud leferenecs to pluutcis
and liverymen iu this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
LARGE assoruneut of riiotogiaplis
and Siereosconlo Views of the
most attractive sccuery, buildings, etc ,
iu thesu iblauds, for sale at leasouable
HAWAIIAN BU-lESS AGENCY.
Coiuur Foii and 'treunt street..
Westermayer's Celebrated Uprights !
MADE EXPRESSLY FOU THIS CLIMATE.
& C. FISCHER PHAROS !
BOUDOIIt UPltlGlITS a CABINET UPRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way.
FOR SALE AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES BY
Ed. HOFFSCHLAECER & Co.
32) lln . King nnd Bethel Streets.
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 In Use GUA??SS.ruK Established 1840
ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING ARTISTS:
Clara Louise Kellogg,
muj-ic rij?ArtTMii.TNrr -a
HAWAESAR! SSEWS CO.,
Solo Agents for the Hawaiian Islandi.
or wiite for Catalogues. 321 lru
otice to Sportsmen !
IN STOCK AND TO ARRIVE
A LARGE LINE OF SHOOTING BOOTS.
IN RUSSET, TAN, GRAIN & PORPOISE SKIN.
Porpoise JLace JESootoew - Ac Jlioets,
Guaranteed Waterproof. New additions constantly heing made
to our Largo Stock of
Ladies and Gents Fine Goods.
BL.AC;K a. a WJt-lJtTJEJ
R -o- SAILOR -o- HATS.
50 CENTS 'SSiir 50 CENTS
F I S II E I ' S
LEAPING MILLINERY HOUSE
CORNER FORT & HOTEL STREETS.
B. I. EHLERS & CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER. S. S. AUSTRALIA "
n l mDuM
Laces Sc 15jxnlroi3eriej,
IN GREAT VARIETY nt VERY LOW PRICES.
Droeaniukiug Dopaiiuiimt under tho luuuugumant of MIES
Ivan E. Mokowaski,
Shoe Co.. 86 Hotel St.
' ' ' , J. J