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DAILY BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 25, 1889.
OrncK ovTiir. Hoaim) or 1Ii:ai.ih,)
Honolulu, H.I., Sept. 23, 18811.1
Sealed tenders will be received at
the Office of the Board of Health un
til SATURDAY, 2Sth day of Septem
ber, 1889, nt 12 o'clock noon, for the
supplying of Drugs and Medical Sup
plies, to all Government District Phy
sicians, Hospitals and Dispensaries,
under the euro and control of the
Board, for the term of one year from
October 1, iSS9.
Lists of drugs, etc., can be had at
the Ollieo of the Eoaul.
GEO. C. POTTER,
H.W 2t Sccn-tniy lloaid of Health.
Pledged to ueltier Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2.'), IS89.
Within the past few days rumors
that had prevailed for some months,
regarding an intrigue to put this
kingdom under the protectorate of
the United States, have become very
positive. It is current talk about
town that the Cabinet had a protec
torate treaty under consideration in
council on Tuesday, and that Hon.
II. A. P. Carter will bear such a
document away with him, on his re
turn to Washington 'by this week's
steamer. These reports have, aii
part of their effects, caused a de
termination on the part of ome
prominent native Ilawaiians to call
a mass meeting for the purpose of
protesting against the measure. It
certainly would be rushing things
with a vengeance for the present
Cabinet to become party to any such
a betrayal of the independence of
the country. The original Reform
Cabinet of 18S7 was sustained at the
polls on a platform distinctly assert
ing a policy of maintaining the
national autonomy of the Hawaiian
Islands. Since then theie have been
changes of two Ministers in the
Cabinet, yet the Ministry as a whole
is bound by the principles enunciat
ed and upheld by the Reform Party
two years ago. It has long been
conceded by people of different
nationalities, and even by the press
of England, that if the time came
when foreign annexation of these
Islands was inevitable, the United
Stales had the strongest claim among
the Powers for their acquisition.
This view the Hum.utix lias time
and again adopted. And. if it was
now a choice between au annual
revolution in the Government and
an American protectorate, we should
vote for the latter. Hut we cannot
concede that such a crisis has been
reached, notwithstanding the late
uprising. We believe that if the
natives are approached in right spirit
by either the Government or a com
bination of representative foreigners,
they will not demand unreasonable
concessions te their feelings as the
price of mutual confidence. This
c protectorate scheme if there was any
thing in it would really, as a corres
pondent warmly suggests, have
the appearance of a cowardly sacri
fice of Hawaiian nationality to save
a selfish oligarchy determined to
rule or ruin. In any case out and
out annexation would be preferable
to a protectorate. The former would
give the people the free and un
trammeled suffrage of American
citizens, while the latter would
mean government by nominees of
domestic oligarchs under the pro
tection of foreign guns.
We are happy to be in a position,
however, to quiet all public appre
hensions concerning the matter in
question. The I)um,i:tik reporter
having directly questioned His Ex
cellency the Minister of Foreign
Affairs upon the subject,' was in
formed by that gentleman that the
Ministry were a unit in opposition
to annexation, a protectorate, or
anything that would impair Ha
waiian independence. Mr. Austin
added that the Ministry were only
desirous of promoting increased inti
macy of commercial relations with
the United States. His Excellency
also volunteered the assurance that
in all their recent councils, the inter
course between His Majesty and thu
Ministers has been most cordial and
A RESIGNED POLICEMAN.
Editoh Bulletin: I crave a Ut
ile of your space to explain my with
drawal from the Police force. About
six weeks since I was commissioned
as one of the mounted police. My
beat was Waikiki and vicinity.
While on duty Saturday night last I
became acquainted with circum
stances which 1 felt should be com
municated to the Marshal, in com
pliance with section 20 of Police
Regulations. Accordingly I called
at his olllco Sunday. He was out.
In the evening, failing to find Capt.
Larsen, I made ray report to his
lieutenant. Just then the Marshal
arrived and the lieutenant followed
him into his ofllce. Shortly after,
bavins; occasion to speak with the
lieutenant, 1 also went in. As I
was leaving the Marshal requested
me to remain. While he was ques
tioning me concerning my report
Mr. Larsen came in and asked me
with great heat what I was doing
there and wanted ine to distinctly
undei stand that he was captain of
that watch iind if I had any report
to render 1 should make it to him.
I eliminate from the above synopsis
of his request the profanity which
Now, I fail to understand how 1
could repoit to a man whom I could
not find. The section above allud
ed to requires an olllccr to report to
the Maishal or his deputy. It does
not invest Mr. Larsen with the im
portance lie attaches to himself.
Nevertheless it was my intention to
report to him.
In consequence of Mr. Larsen s
overheating insolence 1 tendered
my resignation. I was urged by
the Marshal to retain my commis
sion for the present, but one night's
rellection convinced me I could not
endure the degradation of serving
under or in company with such a
man as Larsen. What lack of dig
nity and decency is essential to a
police captain in Honolulu, I know
not, but I doubt not. Mr. Larsen
possesses it in quantities to suit.
Witlt this statement I leave the
public to judge the merits of the
case. My reputation did not origin
ate with the Police Department, nor
will it suffer in fairly disposed
minds by a severance due to Mr.
L.'s capricious and domineering
humors. M. E. HeiNvr.v.
Editou Hi'm.i'.tin : Rumors have
been alloat for some time to the ef
fect that Hon. II. A. P. Carter was
negotiating some agreement between
the Hawaiian Government and the
United Stales which would give that
Government virtual political control
of the islands. These rumors have
up to yesterday been little heeded,
but they aic now coming in so defi
nite and from such sources as to
compel an incredulous public to be
lieve after all that our constitutional
representative government may be
secretly practising the methods of
the time-honored clique mle and
prcpaiiug a surprise for the people
in whielfthey aic not to be consult
ed until everything is accomplished.
The most definite reports indicate
that the proposition in question
amounts to thi3, i. e., that Hits U. S.
Government may through its
navy land and quell any dis
turbance that may arise auiosg
If this is true, which let us still
hope it is not, it means that our
Government is entrenching itself
against its own citizens, a thing
quite likely lo happen in an arbi
trary Government, but which is
quite a novelty from what is sup
posed to be a representative Govern
ment. We believe that the Ministry
would honestly repudiate Uie idea
Mint they we're entrenching them
selves against their white subjects
as well as other races, but the men
who would gladly get the Ministry
into this trap we do not believe can
honestly say the same. Those who
are running the plantations on the
present rule or ruin policy don't
like the white man of this town. He
is the last obstacle in the way
of the Mibinib&ion of the coun
try by cheap servile labor, and
by getting the U. S. to hold the na
tives and whites down while the
leaders of the cheap labor party are
accomplishing their designs, the last
motive for hesitation or scruples on
their part will be gone.
.Such a move docs not and cannot
mean annexation. Planters really
do not want annexation, for it would
destroy the cheap labor scheme, and
with free sugar, which is bound to
come iu the I'nited .States, it means
little financial benellt to Ihem. Be
sides the United States will not have
us. It simply means that the United
Slates is to do the dirty work for a
clique ashore a thing Uncle Sam
will never do, if he bees what it
really amounts to.
Such a move on the part of our
Government should make every man
iu the Itilles throw, down his arms.
Such a move means that the last
slight hold that this town has upon
the consideration of sugar corpora
tions through the physical force it
can wield will be snapped and they
can literally hay they have no use
whatever for a class of whites in the
country whose interests nro incom
patible with unbridled cheap labor.
This ministry is professedly
friendly J.o the pieservalion of the
whites iu this town. It is profes
sedly committed to the preservation
intact of Hawaiian independence,
and to let Mr. Caiter go away next
Friday with documents in his pocket
that will allow his clique here
to work their will upon us be-
hind foreign guns, Is too stupid and
blind an act, we trust, for the Gov
ernment to have committed.
Mr. Carter left a black Friday to
this country as a heritage once be
fore. He gave the planters thou
sands of coolies and through the
haste in which he brought them in
gave the natives the smallpox and
three hundred graves upon the sand
spit across the harbor, lie gave the
King a palace and a heritage of
mischievous ideas and himself a for
eign mission, leaving in time to
watch the clouds toll by from the
safe distance of an easy chuir iu
Don't let an honest but too credu
lous Ministry shoulder any more
schemes against popular rights in
Mr. Carter's behalf. If he has any
thing to advocate let him and the
Cabinet do it openly before the peo
ple, and by all that is good let us
rule ourselves or else go the full
lengths and pass over the fee sim
ple to some other power. lo let a
clique through money and over
weening power run laws through a
servile legislature that arc ruin and
death to others, and then hold us
down through alien force is revolt
ing and traitorous.
Lei us hope that it is all nn ugly
nightmare and that the Ministry
contemplate nothing of the kind.
A- NAVAL EVEST.
The United States war ship Iro
quois sails for Honolulu to-morrow.
She will sail at 8 o'clock and may
therefore be expected lo get outside
the heads about dark. The Iroquois
is a noble craft. She can make
about 7 knots with the tide. She
used to make 1 1 knots. But they
sent her up lo Mare Island and
spent S 100,U00 on her, and now she
makes seven. She will be command
ed by Commander Joshua Iiishop,to
whom the Report extends its sin
cere condolences. All her officers
wcrebusy to-day bidding a long
farewell to their friends, cutting off
locks of their hair, and making their
wills. Quite a procession of them
was going into the Safe Deposit this
afternoon, to leave their trinkets,
jewelry, souvenirs and, in fact, such
articles as they wanted their families
or friends to have by and by. Nu
merous elegant iloral tributes have
been sent on board by their acquaint
ances "Gone But Not Forgotten."
"At Rest," Gates Ajar," Broken
Wheels, cylinder heads, shafts and
things, hummock's, with a shot, in
black immortelles, sewn in at the
foot, and so forth. Families having
unruly boys whom they do not want
to see again for a few years if ever
arc invited to send them aboard
this afternoon. The crew of the
Iroquois consists, all told, of 175
men. They are objects of intense
interest along the city front to-day.
It will be a big tiling for a man to
be able to say that lie sailed out of
San Francisco on the Iroquois and
reached his destination, far more
that he got back again. A voyage
on the Iroquois to Honolulu pre
mising of course that the Iroquois
ever get to Honolulu will of itself
be a liberal naval education. What
the voyager will not know about
ocean currents in the Pacific will not
be worth knowing ;nnd if there be any
unknown rock, islet or reef, away
from the usual lines of navigation
and entirely out of the path of com
merce, so to apeak, the Iroquois will
find it. Altogether it is probable
that the voyage of the Iroquois will
be a great event in the naval annals
of the United .States. Instead of
saying such and such a thing hap
pened "since the war" or "before
the war," or "in the year of the
great wind," people will say it was
before the Iroquois sailed or just af
ter she wns last heard of, etc. If
they don't live long any other way,
the men of the Iroquois may rest as
sured of living long in history. That
ought to bo some consolation to
them, and wc wish we had better to
offer them. But wc haven't. San
Francisco Report, Sept. H3.
S, 'OY a young man, a Large
a xj Airy,
n private lioute.
WANTED to KENT
&&& QMALI, Furnished Cottage,
jfjSnwtl 5 or " or !l Furnished
&&js!2 Itnom", rihout 1T lniuutes
from Po.t Olllco. Statu terms.
SIM ill . O. It.
BY u Miildlc-uxed French Woman,
who spenliH English, light house
work In ti small family, Address
"Housework," lloi.i.Kiix olllco. 3C0 lw
A GOLD Scntf Pin anil Bail l he.
twcui town nnd WaiMUi. Finder
v, ill please return tnthUnlllce. Reward.
White Kid Gloves,
IVIiife Lot iS Silk Ties,
III.ACK HO OILS.
Auction Sales by James F. Uorgan.
ANCIBNT - -
On SATURDAY", Sent. 2S,
AT l!i OTMHJtfc XMON,
1 will tell nt Public Auction, nt my
Salesroom, Queen street, n collection of
Ancient Hawaiian Stone Implements,
collected by Mr. (leu. II. Dole, com.
Adzos, Sling Stones,
Disks, Polishing Stones,
Poi Pounders, Pestles & Mortars,
Lamps & Cup,
Hula Stones, Squid Sinkers,
8 rite nrtte1M 1 lie on cshll.itioti
at inv tUU-f.rrioitt, n Fill D.VY, rii1, um
.J AH. P. MORGAN,
For Lease or Solo !
-v. a TAKfdKAliLK 1'iopeily si
&U?& J-' luiui'd nt fliniiliou.
K&S&i)to Til" picmii-u hnvo a Ironluc
of B00 led on Binylmm slicet, "A0 feet
ou Artesian slrcit nril feOt) toct on Alex
amlir in:U. Tlicie is a commodious
Dwelling Home on llm lot containing
parlor, !t bedrooms, dhiipg-ro un, kitchen
iin-1 piutry. Al-.ii, Ii'gu Slaljle wiili
4 s'.nll, am! u tillage liMHe an I i-crviiMs'
un ni'. Am:-iiu water ihionghoitt the
pri'tnln". Thu .''mimls me ucll eov.
rul Willi gvnss anil tree-. Tlio house
has been liioroughty lepiiiv'ed i n't pa
neietl throughou', " The lii-.illhy Iihm.
lion of this p'opetty and the iic-ircors
to the Pumthnu truir.cars, mAe it one
of ihu tno't I'eiir.iblo iamily t bldcticcs.
JSrFi rMiei particulars apply to
3M lm F. W. MAOFAELANE.
Q5TIUK3IK COUItT OF T3SE
0 lift m l.i n Islands. In the ti'suiur
01 S. KAPEI.A, or ICuwallinc, Ilurt.ih,
an iiivuliiii ar bmkriipt.
Credltoin if ihc aid lrmkriipt aie
hot-by iiiiiilbil lo collie in and prnv
llieir d.-bts liffo.v. such Justice cf lhe
Supicmu (.Joint us shall lm sitting in
C'lmmliers nt Aliiohini Hale, Honolulu,
on WEDNESDAY, ihcJJml dny of On -bxr,
Ifto'.i. Let wi rii tho hours of 10 o'clock
iu tin; foion ion :tri-I noon of Die said
day, mul elect one nr mora assignee.-, of
the iid liitikuiplV. eiiate.
Ijv Hit Court
ALFRED W. GARTEN,
:1C0 til 2!j1 Deputy Clerk.
NOTICE of MEETING.
A SPECIAL mectinp of the Hoard of
Trustees of the Queen's Hospital
will beheld nt the rnom of the Chamber
of Commerce, on SATURDAY, the mil
October, 1880, for the purpose of acting
upon n proposed amendment to the By
Laws ot the Queen's Hospital Corpoia.
lion. Per order
F. A. SCIIAEFER,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, lSS. 341S td
PASTURE for HOUSE
AT Halckou, Knncehc, Kcolaupoko,
&53 acres ol good pasture land, all
enclosed plenty of wntur. Apply to
1 pi en
mi, nt the Kinc'b Stables,
Honolulu, nr nt Halc'nou,
.23 39 ly
FILTER PRESSES !
X Second hand ICroog's Patent Filter
O Prestos, as good as new, having
been utcd but a lew months; 2, -15J
Chambers, II, !!0 Chambers, 8 Second,
hand Clnrifieis, SCO gallons capacity
each. Thin machinery 1ms been thrown
out of use by the Diffusion Process
being introduced; and U offered for
sale nt vciy low prices. Foe pirticulurs
T. N. S. WILLIAMS,
Fmtst, Honolulu. P.O. Bos 380.
Per S. S. Auslinlin.
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. KOITF, Proprietor.
EOJl SAN FKANCISCO,
The Al Stcuiimhip
Will hnvo Honolulu for the above
Friday, Sept. 27th,
For Freight or Passage, apply lo
WM. B. IRWIN & CO,, Agenti.
5J- life am
Is issuing a new form of insurance- which provides, in the event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, Hie Company will
return nil the premiums paid with'inlerest; or, instead of accepting the policy nnd profits in cash the leiralholder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTUKU PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take in
licti thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually iu dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceedingOne Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
C3 For full particulars call ou
Our Entire Stock at a Sacrifice ! Not a Few Special Reductions, but a Glean Sweep
in Every Department!
Commencing TUESDAY, Sept. 17tb, our entire slock of Hciibonable Goods will be ofl'ered nt iirie.es Hint must attract
immediate attention. Wc need morn room lo propoily display our European purchases now on thi wny.jind have
letolved, that our piesent stock MUST GO. Cost bus not been considered I Prices have been nutrkiil on thndooda
TO SUIT YOU, not list Wc are bound to keep trade lively! Visit our establishment, note the pi ices, and you
think m too.
700 pes Perlhshiio Lawns, 20 vds
Extra Fine Victoria Lawn, J2Ac per
Striped ifc Plain Nainsooks from 12Ac
200 pes of Col. Linen Lawns from $2
1G0 doz of Ladies Col. Bord. Hand
kerchiefs, COo per do..
Liulii.s Unlbiiggiin Vests, good qua
lily, fiOe each.
Ladies Ribbed Vestr-, good quality,
Cbildrons deiscy VcM extra good,
While Linen Napkins, oo (small
No iiM' to qnole prices, variety too large, hnvo been selling cheap, but present stock will go for a mere song. NEW
GOODS in this department will also sutler this week.
EST K OUR WINDOW DISPLAY -a fSKK OBIIt WIXDOW 1HSWLAY "a
. 12 yds WHITE COTTON, good quality, 1 yd wide for $1. 15 yds UNBLEACHED,
good quality, 1 vd wide for $1.
ggyOur stock .of MILLINERY is the finest in this Kingdom. SPAR SAILOR HATS in White, Rlnck, Green
ami Uiown .114 MEN'S DOUBLE-BREASTED FROCK COATS, extra good quality, former price $20. $22.50 and
$2o; we will sell during this sale at $10 EACH.
..-. - ..HuuniaMuu'waD uwmB'v jfi a 85 B WB 11 HflIIVI
MRS. MONROE, ladies' nurse, has
removed to No. 3, Kukui lane.
T?UHNISUED Rooms to let,
SfiSffcES ;r ,., -"V"""';
AbLTXl onnt liii'nct
shhsjskm i uneiioowi ami
stiects, would he vy
convenient for a
LATE Residence of
Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. James Lovo,
LATE Residence of
Mr. M. Green,
21 'J Fort street.
STORE, Etc , now occupied liy
Mr. Wolfo, Grocer,
6 Apply to
A. ,T. CARTWRIGIIT,
iO!l tf Merchant street.
Carriage Eor Sale Cheap.
-1 NKW Oiitunder Car.
JL riage just finished
and hiinifcomelr ti i mined
in nrsi class siyte; must no immediately
sold to close nn assignment. Apply to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKNUY.
C CONTAINING 1 large and
J . Clll It II VfWillta rnrnniln
JJgBQl with bith room, tlinincroom
and hilchcn detached, on KeknuHke
street, opposite Hotel street. Kent $10
;r innntn. Appiviit
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
Coitago To Let.
w . 1 KV.V
NEW one story Cottage
rcSSaft A. on upper part of Llllfm
iciz&U Btroet, ci
containing Ji rooms
nicely papered and jialntcd, hath room,
kitchen, nice luwu, Miado tiee., ec.
Will be rented lciisonublo to a gooij ten
nut. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY-
''pilE best remedy for
X wounds, ulcers.
galU, proud llesh and
sores of uverv deserlo-
S--? "- tlou to iieiHotu or ani
mals. Adopted by leading horse rail
road, club and livery hlables, etc.. In
tho United States mid elMOwhere. We
aic prepared to prove this statement by
testimonials and references to planters
and liverymen in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY
A LARGE assoilmentot Photographs
and Stereoscopic VIowh of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc ,
in thesj islands, for sale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNOY.
Corner Foit and Meichant streets.
OF NEW YORK
2 SSg SO XA.3T B3i
While Linen Napkins, with col. bof.
and hinged, (extra good) 10c.
Ladies J candle Parasols, just the
thing for here.
Ladies Col. Parasols with laces, 7flc,
110 doz. Childrcns White Straw lints,
IfjSfWc expect to sell this entire
lot of Hats within a few days, you
will have to buy a few when you tee
82 pes Englebcrt, part wool, Dress
Goods, dark shades.
2PVe limit the quantity to 20
yds to each customer at7-c pcryaid.
CORNER OF FORT & HOTEL STREETS.
New York Stiff & Opera Hats
l. .j .
& -2MK liVSii:
NEW FALL STYLES JUST RECEIVED I
JUST RECEIVED PER
B. P. EHLEKS & CO.
Laces &c Embroideries,
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Dressmaking Department under thu management of MISS
IMPORTERS AND DEALERB IN
fooceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Goods rncoivod by uvcry Picket from tho Eastern Stntca and Eurone
Ficsu California Produce by evciy Steamer. All orders faithfully attended u
and GoodB tlolivoren to any part cf thu eity'frcu of clutrpo. ldhiud orders oli.
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. PofatOlllro tlox 1.1,1. Tele-phono Tfo, 03 nov.4-tn
The Daii" Bulletin
Will bo Issued
32 Columns of Interesting Nowb.:
fS. 33. BOSSES,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LACES Intended to quote prices
that would astonish you, but
want of space excludes it.
All our stock of TRIMMINGS nthalf
fl3ffWc moan to sell -120 Childrcns
White it Colored Dresses, in linen and
pique, nicely trimmed with colored
cmbroidciy for 50 CENTS EACH.
Wo think they are pretty, and at the
prices wc quote you will want tonic.
Ladies Ralbriggan Hose, silk decked,
2fic per pair.
gfiSOur stock of Embroideries,
Hamburg Edgings and Skirtings, in
cludes a full line of Nainsook, Swiss
nnd Cambric choice designs.
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'Ai ;5te--7 .
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Weekh Summarv "
on October 1st.
Tho Best Paper to Send Abroad.
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