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DAILY BULLETIN'. HONOLULU, H. I., BEFraDMBrfSK 6, W8.
t toiajaacxiiiiii iminriiiim ia
i)!iriuritt r Finance.
Tho MinittcT of Finance 1ms ap
proved of tho appointment of
HENRY 10T LANE,
na Dcnuty Assessor &. Collector of
Tasja lor tho Dlstriot of Wninlun,
Island of Oahu, 7i.co W, C. Laao
C. A. DROWN,
Tax 'Acipfegor & Collector First
S. M. Damon,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Sept13, 1889. 351 lw
Picdfttl to natter Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of alt.
, , . .
MONDAY. SEPT. 10, 1889.
It is asserted that .there is an
Indian known a3 "Old Gabriel" in
the Monterey County Hospital,
California, who is one hundred and
fifty years old. He has never used
liquor or tobacco, and has not asked
for the Bromi-Sequard elixir.
Two respectable residents of IIo
uokaa are authority for the allega
tion that a notorious criminal is con
tinued in the position of Chinese po
liceman in Ilaiuakua. A letter has
been reec'iTed by the Maishal, how
e er, stating that the man's commis
sion was revoked and that his "star"
must have been made bv himself.
A NECESSARY IMPROVEMENT.
It is an open secret that tho Clov-t-rnment
has taken the initial steps
toward having the bar at the mouth
of.- Houolnlu harbor removed so a9
to admit of the largest tonnage en
tering the port. A bydrographic
engineer has made tiigoiiomctrical
surveys and marked the channel in
correspondence with his prepared
plan. This is a work that cannot
be Jong delayed of completion with
out danger of much loss of trade to
the Kingdom. The fact of large
warships visiting us having to lie
outside perhaps only a local depriva
tion of traffic in supplies, although
in each year it amounts to a good
deal of business that might be gain
ed iffthe vessels could enter. How
ever, the great object is to prepare
our port for the enlarged commer
cial opportunities promised in the
near future. There is no doubt that
larger steamships than those now
employed will be put on the Aus
tralia and American mad route when
a contract of substantial perma
nency is made. The probability is,
indeed, that ere long two or more
lines will be running acrosss the Pa-
cific between those great countries.
It will depend largely, in any case,
upon the accommodation we have to
offer these "floating towns," what
relations they may establish with
this country. What we have to
hope for from the opening of a Cen
tral American canal, with cable com
munication, has been often mention
ed and it is- no idle-dream. Tho
"nest Legislature cannot make amis
take in being liberal enough to en
sure thoroughness in this project of
EniTOK Bulxktin: In your ifcPtio
of Thursday evening, I perceive that
tho .Rev. Sereno Bishop is to the
front again with a lone; jiginarole. in
the vain uifoit to prove that under
the new Constitution the aboriginal
.Hawaiian have not suil'eied any
abatement of thoir voting piivileges
jnd affirming with considerable as
perity that thcii grievance) ate
"juuelj; fancied and factitious.."
ile tjnos on to nay that "tho flu
waiiun never before possessed the
priUh'tie of olinii foi Nobles at all,
At they wei all appointed by the
Ring; 'consequently he has not beon
lobbed of a right which lie never pos
sessed." The latter statement id in
ense true, t-o far as the ote toi
Nobles is concerned ; but nndei the
elecloial.provlBiona of tho new Con
stitution, the haoles wcio given thu
additional voting privilege which
ihey never befoic had, and yet tin's
came Midrngo is denied to the na
tive Hawaiian, Is this fail play?
In view of the fact that under the
old Constitution the .nativeB through
their alii controlled tho entire house
of Noblec, and had n majority of the
votei) for lteprchentativcB as well, I
am 'utterly unaLlo to comprehend
how my lovcrend friend can. square
it with his conscience to say that tho
naiit Fa" hav'o not been 'defrauded of
their jnat rightb in this regard,-
If Mr. Bishop-would liuvo ua be
lieve that hoik' o; 'earnestly solicit
ous Mhul tho" aljorisipfd Hawaiian
land of lita fitlheia'Jie jnijbt .modify
his vicwlu tlio etthVago question or
ho must justify 'ts Opinions by a
jnoro-cogent armUVAJtQnfri'tUc' truth.
l,n . , f? ft Facts.
A QUERY OH BONES,
Editor Bulletin : In his letter in
Saturday's Bullktin Mr. Kinney
fpctiksof "the extreme viewsof some
sugar men v ho m e can icd n way with
the idea that sugar is not only the
backbone but nil the other bones big
and little of the country." In tho
Custom House statistics of 1888 o
Export of Miifnr and mo-
liesaml lice 811,10:2,800 7 J
Kxpoitsof Hlfbther pro-
duets, 229,003 11
Now, Mr. Editor, can you toll a
discriminating public what is this
haelcbono and whflt arc all the oth,cr
bones bits and llttlo of tho country?
Not Omeoa but Omikkox.
KuiroitBtixuTiN: 'In reading the
letter of A.B. in tho Advertiser com
menting oil theChineso question from
a i ice planter's standpoint, I was im
pressed by a sentence contained in
that letter which was used by him as
an argument in favor of chap labor
even at the expense of sacrificing
white families. He says, "It may be
a very nice imaginary picture, to
point out wished for scenes on theso
islands similar to those of New Eng
land, but these scenes cannot bo re
alized in this country."
Wo agree with A.B. in theso views
and the only thing that surprises us
is that men like A. B., after using
such an argument in favor of bring
ing in servile labor, even into those
few occupations which arc remunera
tive enough to support a civilized
home in a tropical country like ours
these same men should turn round
and insist that we can and must main
tain New England's standard of free
institutions in this country of servile
labor, and go into hysterics at the
sugcestion of class legislation and
the like. A. B. says New England
or European homes are impossible in
this country, and therefore is in favor
of u course which will eliminate a
laige part of the few that exist heie,
but he evidently expects, however,
to retail the concomitant of New
England homes.to wit, Now England
institutions -in other words, "to eat
his cake and have it too."
Is it not true that while our com
mon labor must bo performed by ser
vile people, there are quite a number
of liettcr- paid occupations which can
support members of our own civili
zation, and is it not also true that the
fact that such occupations arc so few
only intensifies the necessity of keep
ing them all for those who will sup
port and maintain our own civiliza
Editor Bulletin: I fit mly
lieve that all residents in this
of Ilamakua acree with our friend
who headed his communication to
you as "A Scandal." We would
wish to affirm his correspondence in
toto with the exception that the case
alluded to was not delayed but tried
before Mr. Paakiki, the following
morning after arrest, which justice
lound him guilty and fined him $150.
The culprit alluded to is one of
our Ilamakua police ; he is a China
man and "basks under the name of
Dan Lau Sing ; he is an inveterate
opium smoker and opium dealer,
known well to every man in Ilama
kua as such for the past ten years ;
how ho was ever placed on the po
lice force in Ilamakua is a mystery,
he has certainly dining his adminis
tration accomplished nothing for the
government. Ile has endeavored to
collect tribute from Chinamen, al
lowing them to gamble or smoke
opium, under a provision of so much
cash per head per month to be paid
over to him. He has sold and dealt
in opium in his own house and
smoked opium bought by such pur
chasers in his own bedroom and in
their company assisted them in the
consumption of Baid drug since his
installation as what! can it be pos
sible I have to write policeman.
He was as 1 before stated convict
ed and fined, the line was unpaid
but he was set at liberty without
bonds as far as we arc aware of.
Our Sheriff might probably explain
this. In conclusion we appreciate
the article our friend lias written,
and can assert that the said party,
Dan Lau Sing, after arrest,
after conviction and after liberty
rode to Kukuihaele bearing his star
of authority pinned to his breast and
defied anyone to implicate him in
any trouble, as Mr. Lyman was She
ritf and ho was his policeman. Ho
braved it to the letter, Why
couldn't he, retaining a policeman's
This uaid Chinaman has implicat
ed and brought several innocent
men before the Ilamakua Court,
thiottgh false testimony, "put up
jobs," etc., and it is certainly a
scandal that such transactions for
one moment should be allowed by
such 'a man as R. A. Lyman. This
is merely a pi elude, if any more is
required we will be happy to enter
nanen fllll.. I .. . llfifn!) 'PlIMIHTI
IJlUtl' illllj IIIIV UCkllll.
CE00GIE WOULD HAVE BEATEN THAT.
"Grandpa," asked Goorgie, who
fondly believed his aged grandpa
rent was a Revolutionary heio,
"how many Britishers did you
"Oh, about CTcnly-flyc," replied
the old man, desiring to humor the
"Poll! what was tho matter with
you? Were you too tired to fight?"
.CTHE WE fc.KLY' .BULLET IN
X 28 columns, nurelviloc.it n.mttt
to foreign countries $5 per
The British full-rigged ship Esk
dale, Cupt. Samuel Murdoch, arriv
ed in port this morning 123 day
fiom Livcipool. with a general cargo
of merchandise consicned to Messrs.
Thco. 11. Davles & Co. The Esk
daloleft Liverpool May lfiUi. Cross
ed the equator in the 'Atlantic June
12lh. On July T experienced a
heavy S. W. sea which increased -o
that on tho 1.1th the dncks were full
of water. Was off Capo Hoi n July
24th, taking about three weeks to
get rpuud. On September 1st at
11 p. in., a sailor named' P Mice
Gusheo viho was on th,e bow urlt
was washed overbo.ard and last. It
was a dark night and tho sea was
running hTgli. Ho was a native of
Newfoundland. From Cape Horn
to Honolulu was only thirty-eight
1 lie Kskdal' is a fine iron vessel
of 123.' tons, built thirteen years
ago for the San Francisco trade. She
is in splendid Older and has docked
at. Btutter's w liar I. Wednesday
morning she will commence dis
charging her caigo.
ITI MAI, of Kuln, Maul, hereby
j notify all whom it may concern
that I lmro this day duly authorized
Font; Widofhame place to act forme
u my atiuriiey in fact during my ab
ft'Dce fiom thu Rinyiiuin.
Houolnlu, Sopt. It 188H. 1133 lw
FILTER PRESSES 1
5 Second hand Kroog'a Patent Filter
1'rcaes, as good as new, hnving
been uted lint a few inontln; 2, 42
ChHinbcrD, t), HO Chambers, 8 Second
hand ClarilleM, BCO gallons capacity
c.ich. This machinery has been thrown
out of lino by the Diffusion Process
being Introduced: and is offered for
sale at voiy low prices. For particulars
.T. N. S. WILLIAMS,
Fort st., Honolulu. P.U. Box 380.
VTOTICf: U hereby given to oil per
1 sons haiing claims against the
Estste of Umil II, Nicoll, late of
Honolulu, deceased, to preient ihe Baine
to ihe underiigned wilbiii six months
from the data of this publication Or
they will be fortvi r brred.
J. J. LEUKKK,
Administrator Estate Hiin. H. Mcnll.
Honolulu, Sept. 13, l(-8. 8B3 lw
WANTED a situation bv a Practical
and Experienced Bookkeeper:
Address "A. IJ ," Um,
A CLERK for a wholesale house in
this city. AddrifcB "Clerk," Ihjl.
i.etix Office b50 3t
A SITUATION wiiiued by a Jap ns
C'.uk, wiuiei or garden" r. Apply
ii .InpsiKBC Harder Simp, No 127 Mm
auu Blret t. II47 'w
WANTED to RENT
A FURW-IIED orUiiinr
tx. nisbed C'oitnge of about
5 ro m", in eny dit-tance from
Pot Oitne Kent mw-t be moderate
pply "A Ii C. " ihK olhi c S3 1 ill
ON Sanrdn l.u
ast a Lndj '
mill t-o , I)'.
k;'Vi twien Hotel and icrrtimiastitit-.
ir on licretunia between Fnimii and Fori
.tretts. The tinder will be Miilably ri.
Aarried by ltHvinji the fame nt tho
Bulletin Office. 317 lw
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
f R. Jas.
MoGUIRE bees to in
LyX truin thu nuiiliQ
in eencinl that
lie nns removed na ijuslnos otllce to
the store lately occupied by W Turner,
wntcluniiker, and is prepared to receive
all orders in baucnge and driylng
Mutual Telephone No. 53. Ml 2a
Tlf B. S.
AHMI, of Wniluku. Maui.
tukciu into parlnert-hip Mr,
Yeoni; Young, of ald Wniluku, In the
conduct of tlio business of the " Ino
Saloon." 33l 2t
a"HE copartnership heretofore exist
. int? uwlsr the llrm nunio of E. &t.
Peek, ! laymen, lm thU dav been dis
tolved by mutual consont. 8 Peck re.
Urea fiom tho firm and E. Peck eon
tlnues iu tho dray Lmslners as boforo.
Honolulu, Sept. 11.1BS0. 3)0 !)t
HfHK undersigned hereby glv3 notlca
X. that liuvhitr been appointed As
signee of the Kslnto of Apintia and Alii,
ol IColinln, all claims ngulnst tho said
estate must bo prwented to him after
being pwrii to, wltliiu 80 days from
date, and all nmoimts due to i-ntd estate
should bo Immediately p Id Jn him.
W. J. BRODIE.
Kohala, Sept 18, 18fc0. 3'il lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
HPHE follow Ine cent lemon
1 I'bcKd to Fcrve a olTlecrn of the
Company for ihe n.
(Ion H A. Widiinutui.... President,
Hon. (. R HUhop ..Vieo Piei-lilenf.
C. O. Mm't".wecniiiiy A True-urrr, '
Hen W P.Allen.....' Aldit T.
D'rw.tri l.n-r. II. A. Wi'lcmaim,
C. It KUIiDp. P v, clii. fer, A.'lmt'er,
". C. Mien, L C. Mile- ' f " "r e.
C. O. IJERGEIt,
. , Secretary.
Honolulu, Kept. 12, 188K. 350 lw
123 days from Liverpool. -
Large, Varied & Selected Stock
Wicker Waro, Etc.
A full line.
A large assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
0il ! Oils !
Polled &. Raw Linseed, Castor.
Paints & Zinc !
Fern Stands & Wire Baskets,
Frypans, Etc, Etc.
IRON! IRON !
Corrugated & Plain.
TIN WARE !
In all varieties.
Fence Wire !
Patent Bteel Barbed.
Bedsteads of Iron,
Of all variolic), always in stock,
Hay, Feed & Flour
May 7 1 HONOLULU. I860
Is Hie Oltei Acltn Life Insurance dpy ii flu Mied Males uA lie Lames!
. Iti nsvelB'Jon, 1st.. 1889, amounted to 812f,4!H,719. Its itiMirancc in f-i. was 8482,125,18-1 nntl the cim
put.etYKeservc Fund wlilcl't Willi ftituiu prctiiiuins niiii Inteiest is leqtiiteil fi . , .vituj the same, at thu tiitilitiity
of tb,o policies or the death of tlie astred, was $H7,lil)7,078, lhu Uuiutj a elm' suinlus lor futute dhidetid to
policy holders of 87,887,(1. . t
This Company has no capital stpfk. , It is purely Mutual. .All th.c accumulations belong to It tncnittcfs,
and all the profits ro to its policy holdirs who hnve teccived since 18CI5, tlie titm of 878,878,-170.82 in dividends
eaincd.by their policies. In tho Same petiod it has also paid SB8,-180,y(i:i.57 in death claims; 824,0(19,004.45 in
matured endowments and 8594,548.27 in nniiuitica to living members; and besides SG8,r99,lU9.0G have been al
lowed for the value of discontinued policies purchased by the Company. In ail hi nee 1803t b'Gl,22,7c$3 77
havu been rctiirnoU to policy hokh'iH.
This amount is Twice as Lnrge as tho icturns made by any oilier 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 the return to the policy holder, tho follow
ing illustration is given:
This is a statement of a single premium life policy issued by this company in I8C3 :
Policy No. 28,342.
Single Premium Life,
Amount $10,000. Ago 38. 18C3.
N Faco of Policy ,
.. Additions Surrendered
Balance of Addition?.
Frescnt Value of Policy ns a Claim
Premium. '..'..'. f.
Cash Dividends Withdrawn
Net Amount Paid by Insured
Value ns a Claim in Excess of Amount Paid.
Tho existing .additions amount to nearly 200 per cent, of tho net amount paid by the insured, and tho in
sured has realized G jnr cent. c(ii,ound intereet on hia investment.
With conditions quite as fnvorablo to them as to the Mutual, no one of its wonld-ho rivals has ever equaled
this result. A. D. THOMAS,
328 lf Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Assignees Sale 1
I)Y order of JOHN II. PATY. As
I slgnec in
Bankruptcy of Menzics Dickson,
I will pell at Public Auction, at my
Saiesiotnis, corner Tort and Queen
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 18, at 12 noon,
I -'or Cali,
Of the Capital Stock of tha
Kawailoa Ranch Co.
OP THE '
I?urVtliie oi'SlOO Eacli
LEWIS J. JLEVEY,
3-10 lot Aiiniiineer.
I'er 15 itisl B. k' nncti,"no full
due fiom Lierpool, an
For Sle in Qtiuuitien to Suit !
Dr. A. Ii. CAllTEK,
'las opcn d nn ollice at the "Chainher
lain Homestead," oppobitu Eavaiali
Ofpioe Honns: 7 to 0 a, v , 12 to a
i. m. and (I to H i. m. a i7 It."
beat and cheapest BlacV
Coral, band and Boil foi
sale in any quaniiy. Apply at the law
oQico of Willinm O. Achi, Ko, SO Mer
cbant Btreet, Honolulu, ,U. I. 301 Sin
Tyf KS. aiONHOE, ladies' nurse, hat
XiX. removed to nn. is, Kukul lune
NEW Wlcox & Whlto Parlor
Oman with clirht stopa. 8nltnbh
for Echool or church. A nno inetru
ment. Apply at 07 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. P. Mission Institute. 278 tf
PASTURE for HORSE
AT Halekou, Kuneehe, Koolaupoko,
b5'J acres of good pasture laud, ull
enclosed plenty of water,
Charles I. Hiram, at the Kin
Uoiifilulu. or at tlaleknu
LATK Residence of
LATK. Residence of
Mr. Frank Drown,
Mr. James Love,
LATE Residence of
Mr. M Green,
210 Kort st eel.
STORE, Etc, now occupied by
Mr. Wolfs, (iroc'jr,
CSS" Appl to
A. J. CARTWR1GIIT,
809 tf Morehtint stroet.
OIJ" NEW YORK
iu tu f
New York Stiff & Opera Hats !
tT,. iMT.V f 7 . r. .HN
NEW FALL STYLES
AutdmticAdding Attachment I
This is tlio only CASH REGISTER that hue a Self-ndding Attachment
which bhows the total amount of salcb at anv moment.
Everybody needs one and nobody can afford to bo without one.
Westermayer's Celebrated Uprights !
. & C. FISCHER PIANOS
BOUDOIR UPRIGHTS 4 CABINET UPRIGHTS.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the fay,
FOR SALE AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES BY
F.d.HOFFSCHLAECER &. Co.,
y King and Bethel Streets.
Renowned for Tone and Durability !
80,000 In Use aUAK64?KS.F0K Established 1840
Claua Louise Kellooq,
MXJXIO DEPARTMENT "ISa
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Solo Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
or wiite for Catalogues, 321 lm
B. F. MLEES & CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER S. S. " AUSTRALIA "
LaooH Sc KmbroidcrieH,
IN GRK-T VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Dressmaking Department under tho rnauagoineut of MISS
$10,000 00 .
, 1,548 67
, ?J"rt v-s-v
Ajreni for the Hawaiian Islands.
C. O. BERCER,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ARRIVED - fl
FOR THIS CLIMATE.
Ivan E. Mohowabki,
And Many- Othkhs,