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A. MATTER OF. RAILS.
Wo have received 11 paper by one
of llii! last mails from llio East,
which criticises severely some of the
antiquated plant of a street railway
in the city where the paper Is pub
lished. The article gives cut of
three or four different styles of jcail,
with remarks on their respective
qualities. Strange to say, the kinds
that many wise people of Honolulu
have said ought to have been put
down here are unqualifiedly con
demned, while the Identical rail that
the Hawaiian Tramways Co. has
adopted is commended to the com
pany criticised in that Eastern city
as the best kind extant. This rail
is referred to as the one now re
ceiving preference in Boston and
Washington. Some, of our all
knowing citizens have been unkind
enough, even, to make the gra
tuitous statement that the very rails
laid in Honolulu had been discarded
or rejected in the Colonies. It hap
pens that the editor and proprietor
of this paper has just returned from
a isit to Melbourne among other
oitieij of Australia, and in conveisa
tion with the writer of these lines
incidentally remarked, without hav
ing been" acquainted with the then
formed intontion of bringing out the
foregoing facts from the Eabt, that
the splendid street railway system
of Melbourne is equipped with the
identical pattern of rails employed
iu Honolulu. This article is penned
without solicitation or knowledge of
the Hawaiian Tramways Co., from
the motive of doing that concern
justice wheic it has been ignorantly
traduced without cause. This matter
is only one of a number, wherein
some of onr people are wise be3-ond
PROPOSED BASEBALL MATCH.
Euitou Buu.rnx: 1 have notic
ed that the Unknown baseball team
(composed mostly of players from
the Hawaii league team), have is
sued a challenge through the me
dium of your paper to play a
friendly game with the team from
the U. S. S. Nipsic. As yet I have
net seen any reply from the Nipsics.
Humor has it that for obvious rea
sons the Nipsics are not permitted
to play. They have now played
three very interesting games on the
Makiki diamond and been victorious
in them all.
I am sure thnt Captain Lyon of
the Nipsic would have no objections
in allowing his team to accept the
challenge and play this coining week
in honor of Admiral Kimberly, who,
as everybody in Honolulu knows, is
a great lover of the American ua
t onal game.
The game between the Nipsics
unci the Unknowns would draw an
immense audience, being as they are
evenly matched, and the "boys in
blue" being very popular with the
baseball people of Honolulu.
Honolulu, Sept. 21.
EuiTOit Bui.ixnx : It ueems to
me that some of the most vital ques
tions that are demanding our se
rious and anxious attention have
been raised by your correspondents
by those who are not much accus
tomed to putting their thoughts on
paper, not holding the pens of
leady writers. Wc are as jealous
of our liberty and our rights as are
those who hold themselves above,
and esteem themselves as better
than we, but can make known our
just and moderate claims in our
homely and unskilled way only.
When this attracts the kindly notice
(it Jeghl and clerical gentlemen, who
are willing to instruct us In the
right way, we are pleased to have
them aim at our ideas and pi inci
jiles. Sheltered by the modest titles
of "Inquirer, "Facts," "Nemo,"
"Truth," and "X. V. ..," the con
tention does not become personal,
and we do not feel competent for a
controversy with trained logicians.
Their replies are sometimes not con
vincing, but .stimulating often.
Vour correspondent, "Facts,"
has shown that u hearty supporter
of the franchise of the ballet, pro
vided in the Constitution, fcharos in
the crime of depriving Hawaiian
.subjects of their "Just rights."
Wrong is wrong and it never pre
vailed in the end. We native born
llawaiians, with those who had
taken upon themselves our obliga
t ons .and liabilities by compliance
with our naturalization Jaws (those
of England and the United States
ure much more onerous and strin
gent than our;)), had all the power
of the ballot once, and that power
was diluted by admitting thousands
of aliens and strangers to tin equal
privilege. Wo would have welcom
ed accessions to our number, but it
caunot be surprising ior unexpeoted
when we protest against such uu in-v-ieioti,
aud reiterate the story of
IP , uli, had forever abolished nil feudal times all warn in that wc cannot be ilWillllll! M0I!( I III!
It Is disingenuous to tell us con
tinually about our new privilege in
the choice of Nobles, It wns in
tended to make this unavailable to
most of us, by attaching to it the
property and income test. We were
satisfied when our honored and
faithful chiefs were our Nobles, and
t'listed thevi with good Ivnuikuao-
uti, had forever abolished nil feudal
power and money distinctions. And
lurther, we fail .to see why our
mates on Hawaii who earn SS9 n
mouth, and others on Maui or Kauai
who may receive 15 per month for
the same work for which we of Ouhu
get $W, are not ns entitled to a
volea In the choice of Nob-lea as we
are. What Is the matter with man
hood suffrage for all subjects, with
no poverty, property or precarious
line of division. X.
Sleeting or XaUveM-'Nperches by
Messrs. Kalua find Kinney.
Mr. Kinney addressed the meet
ing in native aud English substan
tially as follows:
I no not intend to follow in the
steps of Knlun and speak of the past
but ask the natives to look forward
into the future. Though a foreigner
I cm see that the prospects must
look very unceitain to you.
Inside of fifteen years some thirty
thousand Asiatics have been brought
into the country nnd you can sec lor
yourselves that a few men of wealth
and ability can easily accomplish
the bringing in of enough more to
obliterate our own people, natives
and whites, in these islands. A ship
load of a thousand Japs or Chinese
comes into the harbor and in an
hour or so behold Asiatics to the
amount of one-fortieth part of the
entire native population have been
added to the country. A scheme to
introduce new comers ko as to num
ber onc-fortietli part of the original
population of the American people
would roiise the attention of the en
tile nation at once. In fact it would
be impossible to accomplish so large
an undertaking.but. such stupendous
results-, can easily be accomplished
in this country owing to its sire of
population though the dropping
down of a thousand Asiatics here
means precisely what the dropping,
of a million Asiatics into the United
States would mean.
Now what should be doner Some
say shut out all these people forever.
My answer is, it cannot be done nor'
would it be wise to do so. The su
gar and r'ce industries rest mainly
on this form of labor and any such
proposition would he borne away
like a chip on the tide before the
concentrated opposition of wealth
and power that it should arouse.
Our feebleness and their s-trength
is shown whenever a proposition by
ns that Chinese who come hereafter
hhall be restricted to plantation
woik elicits out and out abuse ami
denunciation or else silent but stub
born opposition. Our feebleness is
shown in the petty disputes ami
squabbles among ourselves about
this or that man and what not iu the
midst of an issue that should wipe
out all differences as the full tide
obliterates the prints in the sand on
The speaker went on to explain to
the natives the general nature of the
anti-Chinese . legislation asked for
and then continued as follows :
You thus see that it is not our in
tention to do violence to theChinese,
to assault or abuse them in any way,
or for one moment to depart from
constitutional methods in seeking
and petitioning for certain legisla
tion, but if in the lawful aud peace
able pursuit of this purpose and in
the exercise of the right of petition,
the Chinese see lit to precipitate a
disturbance and to appeal to force,
I believe that they will come in con
tact with a phase of the while man's
character that neither they nor we
ourselves will care to see again.
While I believe that we should
not be unprepared, yet I have no
Idea whatever that the Chinese will
be such fools as to do anything of
the kind, nor in the event of any
such trouble, do I doubt for one
moment which woy the natives will
go. The ties that have bound the
white nnd native races together these
fifty years, cannot bo severed by
two yVarj ol disagreement and mis
understanding, however bitter. We
cannot forget after all that we are of
one religion and one civilization and
if thf day ever comes when the na
tive must choose out and out between
the Chinaman and the foreigner,
wo need not fret ourselves about his
decision. We will surely feel "his
shoulder touching ours.
Many who aro thoroughly con
vinced' something should bo dono,
listen however to the ad
vice to postpone action, until
this election, which means a
further delay of two years. The
trouble with such advice is that such
a delay very much lessens the
chances of ultimate success.
It is not only that the town giows
weaker but that the clement among
the planters which at heart is
against any such legislation grows
I do not forget last election when
they came to count noses that the
one plantation of Spreckelsville
could nominate und elect the cntiio
Noble ticket for Maui. hen this
new plantation is started on tho Isl
and of Kauai to be larger even than
Spi'ckelsvtlle (so 'tis said) It will
result In overshadowing the entire
political power of that Island.
To stockholders in plantation cor
porations owned nbroad.the troubles
of this town or of the natives of the
country or the jeopardy of our Insti
tutions mean no umro than tho
condition of the Arabs on the des
erts means tn-night to us.
Wu have had an experience with
London houses before this, houses
with suggestive names like Skinner
and Cmupany, nnd the signs of the
times all warn in that wc cannot be
too quick in entrenching ourselves
so that if these and our own people
demand more Asiatic nnd more Chi
nese labor as ihey surely will not
withstanding all professions to the
coutrury, it can at leust come re
stricted to tho occupation -for which
It is intended. Thoso fow planters
or sugar men who really want some
thing, dono but ask for" detaywill
Und that they will be out-voted in
their own ranks by-nnd-by and
thus be unable to keep pledges to
this town by the use of which many
are now turned away from the pro
position to act and act at once.
Hon. John A. Cummins with his
son Thos. P. Cummins, who have
been abroad several months, return
ed on the Australia, both looking
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. lkckley
returned to their island homo In im
proved health. Mrs, Beckley has
spent several months in Europe.
Hon. John L. Stevens, the new U.
S. Minister Resident, Mrs. Stevens
and two daughters arrived on the
Australia and arc registered at the
Mr. Henry Berger, our respected
bandmaster, returned after a two
months' visit in California. Soon
after the steamer docked Mr. Berger
went to the Hotel where the band
was giving a concert. On stepping
into tho band stand the boys took
their hats off nnd welcomed home
their bandmaster Uy singing "Aloha
The Mis3es Ida Merseberg, Addio
Peterson and Blanche Cornwell, all
returned on the Australia from vis
iting friends in the States.
Mrs. Julius Holing and Mrs.
Robert Cowes, wife of the popular
steward of the Australia, have re
Mr. and 'Mrs. John T. Water
house were passengers on the Aua
tialia, both looking well after their
Mr. S. Both, the merchant tailor,
and Mr. C. L. Wight of Mahukona
are back again from the States.
A GOLD Scarf Tin and Scarf, lie.
tween town and IVuiklki Finder
ill pirate return 'mlds office. Itewnrd.
A S HEAD Limn mi :i i1 intution. lln
S HEAD Limn mi :i ivluntation,
xjl. bad (1 ji'rtrs ( xwerici ci in .IiirrmiCH
tail 8 t'rs on
'slim t- 'it rei
VNYO E lm.hg ii -.10 '"nm ra
ml (! tiio i- of el iiil' thr- m
n lii-iii n' u pin liu-cr .y Tiddrcs fi
C.itu-rn," ilu oftlru. !C)7 f
K. ANTON VuUEL is nut in mir
miiiii 'in in ! tier ilil dati'.
E. HOFFSCIILAEGER & CO.
Honolulu, .ufi SM. 189. :)5 lm
ALL p'Tsnus owning skates nt the
YoMUiilu Kink i.re respectfully
requested to cull for tin in uiilimn delay.
355 -It Yosmmu Kink.
TI MAI, of Kulit, Maui, hereby
notify ull whom it may concern
Unit 1 have this day duly authorized
Four Wiii of mme place to act forme
hi my attorney in fact during my ab
eer.ee from thu Kingdom.
Honolulu, Sept 10, 1880. 333 lv
Perfi. S. Aii'lrnlU,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. .J. XOLTH, lroii'loi.
FOIt SAN FJJANOISCO,
Tho Al Steamship
Will have Uonol Jii fflr the above
Friday, Sept. 27th,
Fo Freiiln or I ih g . 1 1, o
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agent.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
On SATURDAY. Sopl. 28,
AT IV! O'CLOCK MOON.
I will M-ll i I'lili.it i e l"ii. m m)
ttaltsTouui, ti.iLUti sire t u o..l octb n 1
Ancient Hnnillua Stone Iinrt'emrntt
collected by ilr. Geo, II, Dole, com.
Adzes, Sling Stones,
Disk?, Polishing Stones,
Poi Pounders, Pestles & Mortars,
Lamps & Cupa,
Hula Stones, Squid Sinkers,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
BfirTlie nitic'e- wi I In- on inhibition
nt tuv Salesman), on PHI DAY, ,-eiUm.
JAS. P. MOllGAN,
3.V1 cod Auctioneer.
Hawaiian Tramways Go,
llouulmu, Aug. 27, 1BSU. J
The nccounts of Mesjih. SRINNBti
it CO. lor thu couplruutiOn, equipment
mid mniuti'iiitncc of tho Tramway line
and works connected therewith -.vill bo
closed on tho 1st dny of October, 168.
All persona lmviug cluims ngnlnst the
tald firm or their tijeut under the oforc
said cnattnpt are hereby no'ilh'd to pre
font them :il the above tiddro-s on or
bcfcro the said chile. Any rluims pre
venud niter the Sili rlny-of October will
hiive to be fonvimled to Lortdnr.
AH active, cuurguiiu, intelligent min,
pos-c .iny u fair education unci
wllliap; to five strict attention to buM.
in'. PrcitT an American, Uermun 01
Bv.cdo who Lin been previously fm
pin) in! in outdoor Tork. Addrvs-"(li-rl,"P.
O. liox 110. Still hit; refer
enecs and rnliiy irruireit. None other
notK'oit. yst lw
"VyOTlCE i3 hereby given to nil per
Li sons having cluims cguinhl tin
1 tnie ot l.aile.i II. Nicoll, lute ot
lion" lulu, deviated, to present ihe sanu
10 ihu undeisigncd within six month
fiom tin- ilnlii of thit publicutiou 01
they will be l..n v r barred
.1. J. LEUKER,
Administrator Eslntu :im.. 11. Xicidl.
Um.o ulu, .sept. 13, 18E0. 352 In
THE iimlerighc a neceby gives notic
thnt Icimnir hern ap imed A
i-ignre "f the Einte of pi um and flhi
nt boliaht, all i laimn 'iulnst lliesai
c-iutt must le p i-fiiti-il t him nfi
li ii-jr -w 'in lc, wiib u !I0 uuyp fim
tin o an'i nil iiinmintb ue m miel . a'
-hemic! be immiiluiii Iv p Id t him
W. J. BRODIE.
Ki.linlii. ein i:i, N-9 a .
FOK S LE
rl ST - CLAS.k
I'hac ton in jiei
onur Apply a
ANEW Wilcox & While Pnrh
Ornn with eight slops Suitnbl
for Eohonl or church A fine instru
nient. Applv at 57 Punchbowl Mieel
oppohitc H P. Minion Institute. 278 n
European .Billiard Parlors.
rPHE Handpomest llilliard Parlors h
X the city, nnd lilted up in the mosi
npprovc-d style Four tablea with all th'
J. 1. BOWEJj & CO.,
270 If I'ronrirtorii.
NOTICE oi REMOVAL.
MR. Jas. W. McQUIRE begs to In
form tho public in general thai
ho has removed his business office to
the store lately occupied by V. Turner,
watchmaltcr, und la prepared to receive
all orders In bapuugo und draylug
Mutual Telephone No. 03. 817 2w
.... . . i i Ji ...
A SPECIAL meotintr of tho Hoard of
Tnitituea of tho Queen'H Ho.-pllul
will be held nt the room of the Chamber
of Commerce, on SATURDAY, tho 12th
Oetobtr, 1839, for the purpose of nctlng
upon a proposed amendment to tho Ity.
Laws ot the Queen's Hospital Corpora
lion. Per order
P. A. SCHAEFER,
Honolulu. S. pt. 7, IBS'. 34 td
For HoiiRou & Yokoliama
The Nippon YiiHen Knlnlia'H Al
1 Yamashiro Maru"
2.000 Tons Register.
Will i.idi.i lure ' ctober 3 18-0, ami
will leiivi' ior tho abovo ports
ou or about tho
7th October, 1889.
of cf eil t or pifbnio, havlrig
(u'i. i lot ni' n a d "' erugo accommc.
ditllorib, -i p to
Wm G. IP WIN & CO-
I F YOU WANT A SITUATION,
X. advertise Id tho "Dally bulletin."
Is tliG GlflBst Aciln Liie mnm lmpu .ii llio Uiiidii . tales ti J Larsi
u the WorljM
Its nssctR .Inn. 1M, 1889," ntnotinled to 812i,-I!1,719. lis hiMirnnce Jp 1 -1- was 182,125.18-1 and the ei nt
puted Iiuserve Fund which willi tutuie pretiiluui ii.ci m,h iet is nqui in ,' , hijj the t-aim. at the tiiitiiti'y
of tho policies or tho death oi the assured, wan SU7, 01)7 ,078, thus leavlug a ultni suipiub lor futute dlvuleuu to''
poLluv holders of 87,887,089, " '
This Company bus no cnpltnl stock. It Ib purely Mutual. All tho accumulations belong to its members,,
and all the profits go to Its policy holders who have leeeivell since 18C!i, the Mim i if 'S 78, 878,4 70.82 in dividends
earned by their policies. In the same peiioeTlt hits' also paid S88,480, 9ti3. fi7 In iluiith claims; $21.GG9,G0I.45 iu
matured endowments nnd 855)4, 648.27 In annuities to living members; and besides 868,099, 185). GG have been al
lowed for the value of dibcontinued policies purchased by the Company. In all since 18G3, S:Gl,22,?tt 71!
liavu bri'ii retiiriiod to policy holdci-H.
This amount is Twico as Largo 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 the return to the policy holder, the follow
ing illustration Is givon :
This is a statement of a single premium life policy issued by tbls company in 18G3:
Policy No. 28,342.
Single Premium Life.
Amount $10,000. Age 38. 18G3.
Imico of Policy $10,000 00 " -
Additions Credited $7,710 57-
Additions Surrendered 1,548 57
Uulancc of Additions G,1G8 00
Picsent Value of Policy as a Claim $1G,1G8 00
Premium $4,077 00
Cash Dividends Withdrawn 939 34
Net Amouut Paid by Insured 3,137 60
Value as a Churn in Excess of Amount Paid $13,030 34
The existing addition! amount to nenrly 200 per cent, of the net amount paid by the insured, and the in
sured has rcaUed G pir ctnt. cotiijiound inteicst on bis investment.
With conditions quite a favorable to them as to the Muttial, no one of its would-be rivals has ever equaled
this reult. A. D. THOMAS,
328 " Executive Special Agent the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
Entire Stock at a Sacrifice 1 Not a Few Special Reductions, but a Clean Sweep
in Every Department!
Coniinencinir TUESDAY, Sept. 17th, our entire stock of Seasonable Goods will be offered at prices that must attract
immediate attention. We need more room to pioperly display our European purchases now on Jibe wav, and have
AJ,'i, ' 'I'tV111' l,rcs,"nt stock M LTriT G0- Cosl hl19 ot heen eoiibideied ! Prices have been mui ked ou the Goods
lO SLITOU, not us I We arc bound to keep trade lively! Visit our establishment, note the prices., and you
think so too.
700 pes Perthshire Lawns, 20 yds
Extra Pine Victoria Lawn, 12Jc per
Striped & Plain Nainsooks from 12c
J0O pes of Col. Linen Lawns from $2
1G0 doz of Ladies Col. Bord. Ilunil-
kerehiefh, 50o per doz.
Ladies Uiilliiiggan Vests, good ciua-
lity, C0c each.
Ladies liihbed Veets, good quality,
''hildreiib Jursey Vists, extra good,
White Linen Napkins, 5c (small
No uso to quote prices, variety too large, have been selling cheap, but present
tS- SEE UR VIDfW DISPLAY TBa - SKE OUR WIMtttW DISPLAY TBa
12 yds WHITE COTTON, good quality, 1 yd wide for$l. 15 yds UNBLEACHED,
-n , t good QWal'ty. 1 yd wide for $1.
fiwOiir stock of MILLINERY is the iinest in this Kingdom. SPAR SAILOR HATS in White Black Green
ss, Era. sSffiTuS'S'ifoSr F,tooK 3' - - "" fissws&sa
The Leading lillinery House of G. J. Fishel,
3643 CORNER OF FORT &. HOTEL STREETS. lru
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NEW Cutunder Car
rintro liiht flnlsbed
and hiind-omcdv ti lunned
iu llrst clitai- btvlc: must bo Immedlntnlv
sold to close an assignment. Apply to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNCY.
iONTAININO t larse and
H Ltnull rooms, veiauda
With b-ltll loom, dlnlni' rnnm
und kilchon delachcd, on Kuk&uHkt;
stnot, oppopito Hotel Btroet. Knit $10
per month. App'v nt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGEXCY.
NEW one story Cottage
ou upper part of Llllha
street, couialnlinr 5 rooms
mcely papered aud palmed, bath rooln,
kite eu, nice lawn, Mmdo ttecs, etc.
Will be rented rcatouuble to a good ten
aut. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
THE best remedy for
1 wouiuIh, ulcers,
gulls, proud llesb and
soies of every descrlii-
-- lion to neiHims or niil.
mills. Adopted by leading lioisu rail
road, club aud livery subles, etc.. In
the United States null elRewheie, Wo
are prepuied to t'lovu litis statement by
tei-tiinonliils aud leleicnccs to planters
nnd liveiymeu in thin Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN I'USINESS AGENCY
ALiRGEnstor mentor hotogr.iphs
and MoieoM'iiplo Views of the
must Httraotlvo suei cry. builditiga, etc ,
lathe? Ipluuds, for sulo at leusonablo
' iiAWAflAN IIUINESS AGKNCY.
Corner Fort and .Mvijiiiaut streets.'
2308 M '
)1 I IW YORK
White Linen Napkinf, with col. bor.
and fringed, (extra good) I0e.
Ladies Jeauetlu Paranils, just the
thing 'or lieie,
Ladies Cul. Pnrm-ols with laces, 75c,
14G doz. Childions White Straw Half,
flF"Wo c.ncl o fl-11 this entile
lot oi llatt within a few' dajt, you
will have to liny u lew when you sec
82 pe Eiiglelic.fi, pint wool, Duts
Good-, dark tluides.
S0"ra limit tho quantity to 20
yds to each customer at 7c per yard.
w ,., n,10 uujiuiLiiicm, win aiso miner tins
New York Stiff & Opera Hats !
fgW NEW YORK HWllWJP
rvissi "i,ir:i'rr ww" ,r
I C -T'J
NEW FALL STYLES JUST RECEIVED 1
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
B. P. EHLEBS & CO.
JUST RECEIVED PER S. S. " AUSTRALIA "
few FATEfffS, SIEBSUCEEBSftFRIITS
I.acH A: lCmlr-ic!eriot-j,
IN GREAT VAIUITY al VrRY LOW PRICES.
,0T prcbsintiking Dopattment under tho management of MISS
LACKS Intended to quote prices
that would Ubtoni.-b you, but
-want of t-piice excludes it.
All our stock of TRIMMINGS at half
0TWv mean tosilMSOCliildrens
While & Cohued Drebteb,in linen and
pique, nicely tiimmid with ci lured
cniluoidery for 50 CENTS EACH.
We think they are pretty, and at the
uiicih we quote you will want t-ome.
Ladies Balhriggan Hose, silk decked,
25c per pair.
ffjSPOui stock of Embroideries,
Hiitubuig Edgings and fc-kii tings, in
cludes a full line of Nainsook, Swiss
and Cambric choice designs.
stock will go for a mere song.