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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 12, 1889.
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By order of tho Minister of Inte
rior scaled lendors will bo i ceeived
at the Office of the Road Supervisor
till MONDAY, September lGth, nt,
12 o'clock noon, for Shooing the Gov
ernment Horses nml Mules, nt per
head, per month, for those being
shod, for ( months from Oetober 1,
18S9. H. F. HEBDARD,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, Sept. !), 188'.). :U7 td
By order of the Minister of Inte
rior sealed tenders will he leeeived
at the Ofllce of the Road Supervisor
till MONDAY, September 10th, at
12 o'clock noon, for Supplying the
Government Stables with Feed, foi
six months, fioin October 1, 1889.
11. V. HKBBAHI),
Road Supei visor, Honolulu.
Honolulu, Sept. , 1889. 3 17 td
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
2d columus, purely local matter
Mulled to foreign countries. $5 per
Pledged to neither Sect nor Partyt
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY. SEPT. 12, 1889.
Texas amended its license law by
inserting a provision to fix tho fee
for a Gght between man and man, or
beast and beast, at 6500. This was
openly acknowledged in the Legis
lature as intended to secure the at
traction of the Sullivan-Kilrsin bat
tle for Texan soil. Mississippi has
made much more out of her laws of
civilization, in the shape of forfeited
bail from the arrested pugilists ap
pealing from sentence.
A strange story is related of a
view of the city of Montreal being
reflected or refracted on an Arctic
glacier nearly four thousand miles
from the object, so distinctly as to
make the picture reappear upon an
amateur photographer's plate. Per
haps the phantom of these islands,
including Honolulu and the Volcano,
might be found on diligent search in
au Alaskan glacier. Such a dis
covery would save a heap of expense
in advertising this "Paradise of the
The Italians in New York arc re
torting in vigorous style against the
Irish for a movement of the latter to
suppress certain Italian small indus
tries. The former are holding mass
meetings at which tremendous
speechifying is made against 'the
alleged attempt at boycotting. Any
jealous demonstration of Europeans
against Europeans in a country that
has welcomed immigration from all
Europe cannot but cgregiousiy fail.
From all accounts the rising gener-
ation of Italians in the States pro
mise to be a credit to their adopted
country as well as an honor to their
There is no reason why the agita
tors for relief against Chinese as
cendancy should carry more weight
than their actual policy involves.
They are, however, being handicap
ped with the influence of false'repre
sentations of their position. The
impression is being sedulously, culti
vated in Chinatown that the Anti
Chinese movement comprehends ex
pulsion as well as restriction and
conditional exclusion. This work
of the enemy should be counteracted
as early as possible by authoritative
and explicit statements of the scope
of the proposed constitutional
It has ofjen been urged that, be
fore admitting ftesh batches of cool
ies from China, the hundreds of idle
Chinese in the towns should be com
pelled to dig for n living. An intel
ligent Chinaman has complained to
the writer of this paragraph that the
police authorities failed to respond
effectually when Chinese merchants
organized a movement to prosecute
vagrants of their nationality. There
were so many delays, with so much
legal jugglery at every stage, that
the merchants were tired out of their
laudable purpose. Even the police
have been hcaid to murmur at the
boodess proceedings follow iug their
service of warrants on vagrants.
The truth appears to be that under,
lo, these two administrations of tho
pas four yeprs a roaring farce has
been maintained under the title of
"The Vagrant Act.";
There avc breakers ahead for the
Monroo dootilne in Mexico, that is
if commercial interests develop poli
tical complications. Tho French
have got a death grip on the Mcxi
cau dry goods trade. TIio Germans,
to checkmate French influence, aro
reported to project a bank with ten
million dollars' capital in the City of
Mexico. A powerful pull is being
exercised by English capital for
stipicmaey. Complaint is uttcicd
by the San Francisco Chronicle
special correspondent in Mexico that
when American capitalize have au
investment to make they take it to
London. The same authority anti
cipates a combined light of the
European interests against the pro
posal for commercial union between
Mexico and the United Stales. He
accordingly recommends his coun
trymen to watch deyelopments, as
suring them that if the United States
takes the initiative the commercial
union ball will be set rolling. We
should be glad to let resultant poli
tics take care of themselves, if all
rich nations got into hot rivalry in
planting money in these islands.
" DEPARTURE FROM PRINCIPLE."
Iu connection with the proposed
Anti-Chinese amendment and the
complaint that it is a departure from
what has always been considered a
fundamental principle of the white
race, it is interesting to note the
steps that England has of late years
after mature judgment seen fit to
take in dciogation of a principle
considered almost as primal and
fundamental as religion itself, i. c.,
the right of piivate ownership in
property. England by the consent
of her greatest and ablest men says
in effect to an Irish landlord, "You
shall charge so much rent for your
own property and no more," which
utterly destroys the doctrine of pri
vate ownership in land as a princi
ple. An investigation of tho condi
tions in Ireland, however, disclosed
that to carry out the doctrine of pri
vate ownership in land clear to its
logical sequence would eject the
Irish peasantry into the sea. The
result was that the most conserva
tive race on earth puttheir foot down,
and are giving practical relief to
their people even at the expense of
a doctrine which, however good iu
general, was under the exceptional
conditions of the Irish people chok
ing down their progress and very
At considerable trouble and ex
pense we have obtained fiom the
Itegistr3' Oflice a complete list of
sales of land by natives since Janu
ary, 1870, together with a list of
unsatisfied mortgages by them since
1880, which make the following
Money lecelvcd by natives
from ale.s of their
lands since 187H $:,48'i,3C7 50
Money leeeived by natives
Mace 13S0 from mort
gaging their lands,
said moi tgages 1 e-
niaiuing iui-.alMicd to
date $2,159,397 44
Many of these mortgages have
probably been foreclosed, a few
have probably been satisfied and
parties failed to record a release,
but we think it entirely safe to say
that since 187C, the natives have
spent besides their earnings some
four million dollars taken directly
aut of their patrimony.
These figures accentuate the argu
ment put forth in our columnsthat
the day is fast approaching when
the native must cither get to work
or starve, or else obtain an existence
from the wages of shame. These
figures likewise emphasize the argu
ment that sonic hairier of law should
be put up to prevent the thou
sands of Chinese laboiers iu the
Kingdom fiom overrunning occupa
tions naturally belonging to the
natives and for which they arc rea
sonably well fitted.
Editor Hi i.u.tin : A way of
putting an end to two great evils at
the same time. If a clause were in
troduced into the proposed Chinese
retriction act to the effect that, any
Chinaman convicted of opium smug
gling, or of the use of opium in any
way, or of breaking any of the laws
either of the revenue or otherwise
(any act against the criminal code)
should be obliged to leave the king
dom : by this means a large class of
very objectionable citizens would be
deported hence to tho benefit of me
chanics and the community at large
Honolulu, Scpl, 11,
Gossip reminds us of a high
building. Only one story out of a
dozen tests on a foundation.
When a public man lias lost his
grip, he will not do much handshak
ing with constituents.
Editor Dui.uvns": Some recent
publications in the daily papers re
garding sugar machinery appear to
convey tho impression that the com
modity in question is indigenous onty
to our "own tight little isles." Uy
kindly publishing the following ex
tract from the New Orleans City
Item, it will be readily seen that we
arc not entirely alono in the use of
massive sugar machinery.
New Orleans Daily
June 1st, 1889.)
The Item has Just made a tour of
the shops and foundiies in order to
get data of sugar house improve
ments. At the Leeds foundry they
nre building for Aloysia plantation
a 3-roller mill with rolls 31in. x 12
in. ; and for Allendale plantation a
supplemental mill with rolls 44in. x
Miu. At the Whitney Iron Works a
10-cell diffusion battery for Capt.
Phair; for Hermitage plantation,
one supplemental mill rolls 44in. x
84in., lGin. shafts; for Deer Range
plantation, one supplemental mill
40in. xGtiin., 18in. shafts; for Un
derwood & Shrt, one supplemcntil
mill SGin. x COin., ICin. shafts; for
Crescent farm, one supplemental
mill Slin. x COm. ; for Luckland
plantation, one supplement:.! mill
.'3 tin. x f7in. ; for Ashland planta
tion, one supplemental mill ifbin. x
r7in. ; for Alice B. plantation 38in.
x G3in., 18in. shaft; and the Mam
moth mill of the lot is for Vaufrey
plantation, the 3-ioller mill SGin. x
5iin., the 2-roller mill 40in, x Twin.,
engine 24in. x48in., total weight
176 tons. Messrs. Edwards &
Ilaubtman arc building a diffusion
battery for Col. Cunningham ; Pu
scy & Jones, a battery for Slmttuck
tfe Hoffman, and the Fort Scott foun
dry, a battery for Col. Ellis of
author of the Digest of the Laws of the
Ulstiict of Columbia, mid author of
Treatise on Divorce and Kuuity, also
author of Digest of Hawaiian Supreme
Court Decisions (in piepaiation), and
Counselor Oilier, corner Fort and
Meieliantsticet, Honolulu, II. I., hav
ing discontinued practice in Court, 'will
examine anil give opinions in wilting,
as to the validity of titles and claims to
propel ty, and "for damages, to per
sons, proper or reputation; and upon
questions of law and tact's, supporting
hi', opinions by wiitten statements of
law and judicial decision. 34S lw
ONLY 82 l'er Gallon! F. Horn's
Delicious Pine Flavored Ice
Cream, made of the Woodlawn Dairy
''elcbtattd Cream, guaranteed to be
positively pure, although cheaper than
anywhere else. Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory & Bakery. Both Telephones
No. 74. 848 Gt
A CLERK for a wholesale house in
this city. Address "Cletk," Bul
letin Ofllce. 850 at
DER ileutsche Missionsprediger Hcrr
Doctor Schneider wird am Sonntag
den 15 September, Vormittags 11 Uhr, in
der Y. JI. C. A. Hall, eincn deutschen
Das Kaisei licit Deutsche Korisulat.
350 St II. F. GLADE.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
THE following gentlemen wcr duly
elected to serve as officers of the
Mutual Telephone Company for the en
Hon. II. A. "Widemann.... President,
Hon. C. It. Bishop . .Vice-Piesidcnt,
C. O. Burger. Secretary & Treasurer,
Hon. W. F.Allen Auditor.
Directors Messrs. II. A. Widemann
C. It. Bishop, F. A. Schaefer, A. Jaeger,
S. C. Allen, L. O. Abies nml C O. Merger.
C. O. VERGER,
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1889. 350 lw
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
TliL'ouclt Car HervieoH ror ntndeuts
on Xiiaanu A. Ilrrrtanla ttt.
Not Available to the General Public.
MONDAY to FRIDAY.
A car will leave Pauoa bridge on
Nuuanu strict at 8:23 a. in , travel via
School, Fort and Beretania streets,- to
arrive at Oahu College 8:57; passing
Fort.st. School 8.30, Central Union
Church 8:35, Punaliou Prrpai atory 8:87
A car will leave Oahu College 8:00
a. in,, passing Punaliou Preparatory at
8:30, Central Union Church H;!I2, FnrUt
School S:!I7, arrive Pauoa 8:44.
A car will leivo Pauoa lirldgo on
Nuuanu street at 1 :53 p. m., travel via
School, Fort and Itcrclauia streets, to
arrive at Oahu College 2:27, pissing
Fort-st. School 2:00, Central Union
Church 2:05, Punaliou Preparatory 2.07.
A car will leave Oahu College 2:30
p. in., to arrivo at Central Union Church
at 8:02, and Pauoa Us 12.
jjfiyNn cash will bo laken on these
caiM which will bu labelled "Htudents
Only " Tickets in packets of 20 for $1.
or 500 for $22 50, can be obtalLcU at
Leave Oahu College at 0:10, Punaliou
street 0:20; arrive Central Union Church
i:40 lay over opposite Queen Emma
Leavo .Central Union Church 12:10.
(Notis This car will await the termi
nation of t!u servicu),
Leavo Oahu Collogo 0:00, ahead of
ordinary car expedited from Pensucolu
road, to ariivo at Central Uuiou Chinch
0:2-7; lay over opposite Queon Emma
Hall uutil-lcavo 8:40 or 0;t)2. 344 Ot
ONLY LIVE PAPER
io Dally Bulletin,"
60 ceuti pr month
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
On Friday, Sept. 13th,
AT Its O'CLOCK NOOX.
At my Sii'.ro ju i" s ictt, 1 will
st 1 at Public Auction,
3 Marcs, Broken to Harness;
1 Horse Broken to Saddle;
2 Expiots Wugouf,
1 2-Soat Buggy,
1 Single Seat Buggy.
JAS. P. MOIIGAN,
3(9 2t Auctioneer.
Household - Furniture
FRIDAY, Sept. IStli,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31 .
At my Salc'ioom. 0,uen stre. t, I will
bell at Public Auciiun, a
large lot of
IIouNclioWl : Xfui'iillurc J
1 Snine JPiuiio,
Mack Walnut C.S.Chnir-4,
Muttrn. s.es, Mnsn'ilto Net',
Chandeliers & Limps,
Bureaus, Cciilir Tables,
B. W. Sideboard !
Bbck W alDtit Dining Table,
Dining Room Chairs !
JAS. F. aiOHCAN,
On SATURDAY, Sept
at lO'O'ctocit a. at..
At the residence of Mlts. W. E AVALL,
No. 119 licrutauia t-treei, corner Alapui
street, 1 will Eull at Public Auction,
The Entire Kouseh'd Furniture
1 Square JPirano,
( T. S. Berry & Co. makeis) ;
Marble-top Center Table,
2 Zither Tables, Chairs,
Single & Double Bedsteads,
One Marble-top Bedroom Set,
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MOIIGAN,
349 Ot Auctioneer.
WANTED a situation bv a Practical
and Experienced Bookkeeper;
best references. Address "A. B ," Bur,.
letin Ofllce. 849 3i
A SITUATION wanted by a Jap as
cook, waiter or gardener. Apply
at Japanese Barber Shop, No. 127 .Nun.
anu Btreet. 847 lw
A NOTE, No. 801, for $;3, drawn by
Hanalei Plantation. 1'lt-nf.o return to
343 tf lHfMAN BHOS.
ON Saturday last a Ladys'
Gold Watch and Fob, be.
tween Hotel and Ueretanla streets,
or on Beretania between Emma and Fort
streets. The Under will bu suitably rr.
warded by having tho came at the
Bulletin Ofnce. 817 lw
NOTICE ot REMOVAL.
Mil. Jxb. W. McGUIRE bogs to in.
form the public in general that
ho has removed li t s business ofllce to
the store lately occupied by W. Turner,
watchmaker, and is prepared to receive
all ordcis in baggage and drayiug
Mutual Telephone No. 53. R47 2w
OHUNO LEE, of Honolulu, liaviug
made au tttBigniiicnl to the under,
signed for the benefit of hi' creditors.
Notice is hereby given that alhaccntints
due to the said Chung Leo t-liotild be
Immediately paid at the office of the
umlerbigne 1 ul.cro all accounts should
ho preiM-ntrvl within SO dmp from date.
Eo. UOITSOIILAEOEIt & CO.,
Abslgnu' s of Chung Lee.
Honolulu, Sept O.lSbil. 1147 t
TO ARRIVE S
Per British Bark "liaiica," now fully
due from Liverpool, an
For Silo in QuAiititles to Suit I
F. A. Schaefer & Co. '8.
Is tin Unit Activo Life insnraiiGG Conpi ii tiio MM states aii lie Largest
Its nssels Jan. lnl, 1889, niununtcd to 812f,4iM,71'J. Its iiwiitaiuu I was S182,125,184 nntl the cm-
putcd Reserve Fund which with ftituic preniiuiiw mitt inti'i est is nqiiiietl loi , ng the same, at the ruiituiity
of the policies or the death of the assured, waa $H7,G07,078, thus leaving n clear bin plus lor future dividends to
policy holders of 87,887,089.
This Company hiis no capital stock. It is put ely Mutual. All the accumulatlon3 belong to its members,
and all the profits go to it9 policy holders who have received since 18G3, the sum of $78,878,47G.82 in dividends
earned by their policies. In the sanio period it has also paid 888,-180,9G3.57 in death claims; 321,609,00-1.45 in
maimed endowments and 594,518.27 in annuities to living mcmhcis; and besides $G8,599,139.G0 have been al
lowed for the value of discontinued policies purchased by the Company. In all since 1803, S2(l.,iJ'22,7J3& 77
liuvo l)en rutTu'iietl to policy holders.
This amount is Twice as .Large as the returns made by any other life insurance company in the world
during the period named.
An investment Returning 6 Per Cent. Compound interest.
To illustrate the point pertaining to the investment of funds and tho return to the policy holder, the follow
ing illustration is given:
This is a statemsnt of a single premium life policy issued by this company in 1863 :
Tolicy No. 28,342.
Single Premium Life.
Amount $10,000. Ago 38. 1863.
Premium $4,077.00. '
Tnce of Policy iflO.OOO 00
Additions Credited ."17,716 57
Additions Smrcndored 1,548 57
Balance of Additions .
Present Value of Policy as a Claim
Cash Dividends Withdrawn. . . . .' ?
Net Amount Paid by Insured
Value as a Claim in Excess of Amount Paid.
The existing ndditions amount lo nearly 200 per cent, of the net amount paid by the insured, and tho in
sured lias realized 0 ptr cent, compound interest on his investment. "
With conditions quite as favorable to them as to the Mutual, no one of its wduld-bo rivals lias ever equaled
this result. . A. D. THOMAS,
;l28 lf Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Assignee's Sale !
BY order of JOHN H. TATY, As
Bankruptcy of Henzics Dicksos,
I will pell at Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms, corner Fort and Queen
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 18, at 12 noon,
Of the Capita! Slock of the
Kawailoa Ranch Co.
ParValuc ol'$100 Encli
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
340 15t Auctioneer.
llonolu'u, Aug, 27, 18S9, J
The accounts of MlsjKS. SKINNEI
& CO. for ibe con ft run ion, equipment
and maintmance of the Fiamway line
and works connected therewith will bi
closed on the 1st day of October, 18.
All persons having claims against tla
said firm or tin ir agent under the afore
said cniitTnct are hereby notified 10 pit-,
ent them at the above address on or
before the said date. Any claims pre.
senttd after the 81I1 day of October will
have to be forwarded to London.
Dr. A. B. CA11TEK,
Has open' dnn olllco at the "Chamber.
Iain Homestead," opposite Kawalahao
Ohkick Hoons: 7 to 9 a. jc , 12 to 3
r. m. and 0 to 8 p. m. 317 1w
HAS the best and cheapest Black
Bock, Coral, Sand and Soil for
sale in any quanti'y. Apply at the law
ofllce of illiam 0. Achl, No. 'MMvr.
chant street, Honolulu, II. I. S01 Rm
MRS. MONUOK, ladies' nurse, has
removed to No. 3, Kukul lane
ANEW Wilcor & White Puilor
Organ with eight stops. Suitable
for school or church. A fine instru.
ment. Apply at 57 Punchbowl ntreet,
opposite H. P. Jlission Institute. 273 tf
PASTURE for IIORSE
AT Ilalekou, Kanceke, Koolaupoko,
bS3 acroa of good pasture land, till
enclosed plenty of water. Apply to
Charles I. Iliram, at the King's Stables,
Honolulu, or at Ilalekou. feb.2889 ly
ATE Residence of
Mr. Frank Drown,
Mr. James Love,
King street '
LATE Residence of
Mr. M Greon,
310 Kort street.
STORE, Etc, now occupied by
Mr. Wolla, (Iroci-r,
JB6T Apply to
A, if, OARTVRlGHT,
909 tf Merchant streot.
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OF NEW YORK
New York Stiff & Opera Hats !
SkNFw vnnic nivm is?3c
2? i. ,.. l.
NEW FALL STYLES
Automatic Adding Attachment !
This is the only CASH EEGISTEK that has a Self-adding Attachment
which shows the total amount of sales at any moment. ,.
0T Everybody needs one and nobody can afford to bo without one.
Westermayer's Celebrated Uprights !
J. & C. FISCHER PBANOS !
BOUDOIlt UPRIGHTS i. CABINET UPRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way.
FOR SALE AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES BY
d. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co..
King and Bothol Streets.
us? FISCHER PIANOS -s
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 la Use! ounA?KLFO" jEstabliM 1810
ENDORSED BY THE
Clara Louisk Kellqgg,
m.uhio liifliPiVK.i'MEisa: -a
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Solo Agents for tho Huwaiian Islands.
Call, or wnto for Catalogues. 321 lm
B. F. BHLEES & CO.
' JUST RECEIVED PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA"
I-nees Ac 3Emloideries,
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Dressmaking Department under the management pf MJSp
JUST RECEIVED !
Agent for the Hawaiian IslandB.
C. O. BERGER,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
FOR THIS CLIMATE.
Ivan E, Mohowabki,
And Many Ohierb.
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