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DAILY BULLEM: HONOLULtT, II. ! SIDPTEMBM S3, 1890.
ni'w him w ihwmwi iw ii wxihibiiii niw Ma;uirBjftwMftt'7c7
I . BY AUTHORITY.
Tenders will' be received by the
Knu Bond Board uutil MONDAY,
November 4th, tvt 12 olock noon,
for tbe construction of -a Wagon
Koftd from Hltea to Pubala, about-5J
Specifications mny be 'seen at Ibe
Hutchinson Plantation Co.'s oflice,
at Nnalohu, Kau; at the oflice of
Sheriff of Hawaii, Hilo ; and at tho
office ol Superintendent Public
' Tenders to be addressed to Edward
3uiith, Chairman Kau liond Board,
The Board does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid. 30M 3t
'X' II OB
t'Uiltyd to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, SKIT. 28, 1889.
Prom Ka Leo o ka Laliui we re
print the text of the alleged protec
torate treaty. The Ministry has
virtually admitted some hand in
that part giving new and enlarged
reciprocity of trade, while empha
tically denying all complicity in the
protectorate articles. We consider
Mr. Rosa's objections in mass meet
ing to the sweeping changes of the
foinmercial treaty as having been
well taken. There has been no demand
of the people of this country for any
such treaty revision, although some
alight amendments are possible to
make the existing reciprocity mutu
ally more acceptable. If such n
treaty as that printed has been
sprung upon the King for his sig
nature, the proceeding, whoever is
responsible for it, was most unwar
rantable without either the people
or the Legislature being first con
sulted. THE ALLECEFfREATY.
The United States of America and
the Kingdom of Hnwaii recognizing
the importance to both nations of
perpetuating the peculiarly friendly
relations now happily subsisting be
tween them and of protecting and
giving permanence to the important
commercial and vested intciests
which have grown out of the treaty
relations heretofore established be
tween the two nations, have sol
emnly resolved and agreed upon the
following treaty :
It Is agreed that the treaties and
conventions now in force between
the high contracting parties shall
continue in force (notwithstanding
any articles therein contained limit
ing their duration or providing for
their limitation) until modified or
terminated by mutual consent of the
It is agreed that all articles, the
.growth, produce or manufacture of
he United States of America, which
ate entitled to be admitted free of
divy into 'the ports of the Hawaiian
Kinfrlom under the convention of
t:ommrcial reciprocity of July,
1875, sall bo treated by the Ha
waiian ((evernmeut, in respect of
any bounties paid, or of any exemp
tion or imixunities, and in all other
respects precWily as if such articles
were the growth, pioduce or manu
facture of the Hawaiian Islands, and
likewise all articles the growth and
manufacture or produce of the Ha
waiian Islands which are admitted
free of duty into the ports, of the
United States of America, under the
convention of commercial recipro
city of July, 1875, shall be treated
by the Government of the United
Staten of America in respect of
bouutieH,or of any exemption or im
munity of any kind aud in all other
respects, precisely as if such nrticles
were the growth, produce or manu
facture of the United States of Am
erica. Auticll III.
It is agreed that whenever the
Congress of the United States of
America and the Legislature of the
Hawaiian Islands, shall have passe'd
the necessary laws providing thcro
for, all articles tbe growth, produco
or manufacture of the Hawaiian
Islands shall be admitted into tho
porta sf the United fltMea free of
duty nhtl In consideration thereof
and as un equivalent thereof, all
articles tho growth, produco or
manufacture of till United States of
America shall be admitted into the
ports of the Hawaiian Islands free
of duty,and ail articles thus admitted
into the ports of cither country free
of duty shall be treated in respect
of bounties, exemptions or immuni
ties, and all other respects precisely
the same as if of the growth, pro
duce or manufacture of the country
.Into whose ports they are intro
duced.. The evidence that such articles
arc-the growth, produco or manu
facture of the exporting country,
shall be the same as required by the
convention of commercial recipro
city between the-Hnwaiian Kingdom
and the United States of America,
of July, 1875.
There shall bo exempted from the
operation of this nrticle opium and
spirituous liquors, meaning thereby
any liquids of more than 18 per cent
alcoholic strength, and any articles
which may be prohibited from entry
into the ports of either country by
the laws of that country.
In order to insure to the Hawai
ian Islands the tranquil and con
stant enjoyment of the aih ant ages
which come to them under existing
treaty relations between the two
countries and to protect the peculiar
interests of the United States of
America in the Hawaiian Islands,
the United States hereby guarantee
positively and clllcneiously to Ha
waii the perfect independence and
autonomy of the Hawaiian Govern
ment in all its dominions and its
rights of sovereignty over such dominion1-,
and the Hawaiian Govern
ment, as an equivalent for such
guarantee and in older to enable the
United States thus to guarantee the
sovereignty and independence of
Hawaii efllcaciously mid without
danger of complications with other
powers, agrees that no treaties, con
ventions or agreements shall be ne
gotiated or made between Hawaii
and any other power, potentate or
state without the full knowledge of
the Government of the United Slates.
It is agreed that the convention
shall be ratified bj the President of
the United States by and with the
advice and consent of the Senate
thereof and by His Mnjeslythc King
of Hawaii, and tbe ratifications ex
changed as soon as possible and
upon such exchange of ratifications
and proclamation thereof by tho
President of the United Stales and
tho King of Hawaii, the f-tiptilntion
thereof shall go into effect with the
exception of Article III. wliieh shall
ge into effect upon some date to be
agreed upon after the Congress of
the United States and the Legisla
ture of the Hawaiian Islands shall
have passed the necessary laws to
givo effect to its provisions.
The present convention shall re
main in force until modified or ter
minated by mutual consent, a con
ference for the purpose of consider
ing the modification or termination
of this convention or any of tho con
ventions or treaties between the two
high contracting parties shall be
held at the capital of one or other of
the two countries for such purpose
any time in six months after cither
of the high contracting parties shall
have given formal written notice to
tho other of its desire to hold such
I'llOI'OSKI) ADDITIONS TO THE KOUItTII
And the Hawaiian Government
further agrees in consideration of
such guarantee, and to enable the
United States to effectually protect
the independence and tranquillity of
the Hawaiian Islands,that the forces
of the United States may have access
to such parts of the Hawaiian do
minions as may be neceBsary for
If (which God forbid) tho inde
pendence and sovereignty or the
tranquil ndminiutration of the Ha
waiian Government should be
threatened, it is agreed that the
force of the U. S. may have such
freedom of action in the territories
of Hawaii as may be necessary to
securing the independence and
peaceful administration of the Ila
JUST received Celebrated Koochow
Tea?, direct from Chltu; atmleu.
did assortment nl lino Teas; Tho Ha.
wailun Mixture, in lt packnges; The
Roso Brand Tea, lu Hi packages, de
lightfully fragrant; Extra Superfine
Black Tea. IU tt, boxes in bulk; Kirht
Ciop 1BB0-1SOO Congou, in 10 tt, boes,
0 packages to n pound; to bp had only
of Oonsulvwj & Co , Honolulu, 003 if
A matter upon which represent
ative of this paper was seeking in
formation in town on Friday has the
required light thrown upon it by a
letter received in tho country mail.
One of the members of the Legisla
ture living in the city declined to
answer the inquiry ; a second said
he had received n circular from the
Cabinet, which he did not remember
as having been marked private, but
which he did not have at hnnd when
questioned; n third had received,
no letter "perhaps," he remarked,
"because they thought I was only
one of the old fossils" and a fourth
was in the same predicament. Our
correspondent seems to take the
right view of the matter when he re
gards the action of the Ministry as
shirking their due responsibility
upon a most important public ques
tion. This private canvassing of
members to ascertain how they
stand would have been legitimate
enough by the agitators for the
amendment. Their reason for not
doing it was that to the Ministers
rightly belonged the responsibility
of the amendment , and that the Min
istry could afford to be defeated on
that question. Instead of taking
the responsibility, however, our
"responsible" Ministers want first
to be sure they are, not right, but
safe, and then they will go ahead.
The ciicular referred to would im
ply thnt the Ministry believes a con
stitutional amendment of the kind
asked is right and necessary, but is
not sure that it has the confidence
of the present Legislature in hold
ing that belief. What makes the
Ministerial action appear more ob
jectionable is the fact that the great
object of having this Legislature
pass an amendment is to have the
measure submitted to tho people in
the approaching elections. This
narrows down the question for the
Ministers now to decide, provided
they are as assumed in favor of an
amendment, to the matter of
whether the present Legislature can
be legally constituted with several
seats vacant. (Another correspond
ent than the one suggesting this
article, by the way, makes a strong
point against the Government for
having so long left the vacancies in
question unfilled.) If the Legisla
ture can legally exercise its func
tions without having a complete
roll of members, and the Ministry
considers the amendment important
enougli for the extra trouble, the
Legislature ought to be called on
the responsibility of the Ministry.
It has to bear in the coming elec
tions the responsibility of refusing
to grant the petition whether it will
or no ; therefore, besides making a
break in responsible government
with its private circulars to members
of the Legislature, the Cabinet
manifests considerable shortsighted
POSTAL Savings Haul; Pass Hook
No. 3H7. Finder will please re.
turn it to iho General Post Office.
NOTICE ol REMOVAL.
Kuril's ice ca Jieirim
JL olllce has heen removed to Damon's
lilock, Bethel street, not to the comer
of King. 304 3t
LARGE Brown Dou
whli curlv hair. A
rownrd will be ottered for
his return to the Hotel
Stables. IlOil It
A SITUATION by n Youug Woman
to do light hous(irork or take care
of children. Call or address "A," cor.
ncr Merchant mid AlaUea (streets.
FIRST - CLASS
Phaeton in per.
onhr. Apply at
NOTICE of MEETING.
A SPECIAL meotlngof the Board of
TriiMfen of the Queen's Hoppltal
will bo held at the room of the Chumher
of Commerce, on SATURDAY, the IVtli
October, 18ft!), for the purpose of uf ting
upon a proposed amendment to the By.
LawHoltLiu Queen's Hospital Corpora
tion. Per order
F. A. SCI1AEFER,
Honolulu. Sept. 7. 1880. 810 Hi
Second hand Krong'3 Patent Kilter
O Prestos, as good as new, having
been Ured but a few months; 2, la
Chambers, i', HO Chambers, 8 Second,
hand Clarillers, SCO gallons capacity
each. ThlB machinery has been thrown
out of uso by tho DitTusion Process
being introduced; and is offered for
sale ut very low prices. For particulars
.1. N. R. WILLIAMS,
Fort ft., Honolulu. P.O. Bos D80,
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. J2,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M..
At the rtslucnco of (Hit UNDHR.
WOOD, Khmu filrect, 1 will tell at
Public Aueliou, on account of depaiturn
The Entire Househ'd Fumituro
Co npming -
Steel Engravings 1
PIujU Carpet Hookers,
La-go and Smnll Hug,
I Hair Cloth Lounge,
II. W. Whatnot, Chandelier,
B. W, Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Mnltiasses. Mosquito Nets,
1 Pine Bedroom s!et,
1 Domestic Sow ln Muchitio
I 'Ink SiiieliO'inl,
Crocl.c-y un '. fl! viiWjK-,
1 Model Cook mivc.
Moil Sife, liv Umi,
Etc, IHe., Etc.,
JAS. F. MOUGAX,
COTTAUE nl Piil.uivi
rniihill-.ititr kltcLtli. hti
hie, carriage Iuhim- and other
ronvenicncei. Foi further particulars
apply to iho uii'lei-lsiied
Awnroo' Store, Mnumtkoa street.
A GOOD Sir.m.;
linrtte, mu-t bo
wcll-brokin i" saddle,
No. fii Kmtiiii stirft.
YOUNG HOP and JOE MARIA,
Colhurn & C,S IJiiihUujtj flul floor,
(formoily occupied hy J. M. O.u & Co ),
corniT Queen it Kuuaiiu streets Work
done with ncatnei' -uu! dispatch.
CUVTTAGJ: ni Iluoms, sin.
' gly or in sulis for
housekt'tpiuir. furnished or
uuiuruialicd, all new;" lialluoouis and
every convenience, IU minuips walk
from Post Office. Inquire at 35 Kmma
street. Terms from $5 to $i!5 per month
For Lease or Sale !
"DESIRABLE Property si-
V3ta I tiniti'fl nl. I'limiltnii-
ffijSffiga Tlio piemhcs have a frontage
of 300 tvet on Binp-ham street, 5:00 lent
on Ariesian slntt and 00 feet on Alex,
andir fitrett. Tlitrie is n commodious
Dwelling House on Iho lot containing
parlor, 3 bedrooms, dining-room, kitchen
aud pantry. Alfn, Laige Stable, with
4 stalls, and cirriago house and servants'
rooms. Artesian water throughout the
premiflCB. Tho grounds are well eov.
' red with pruBS and trees. The house
has been thoroughly repainted unl pa
percd throughout. Tho healthy loca.
lion of this property and Iho ncatne&s
to the Ptinabou tninu-nrs, make it one
of the most desirable family residences.
jSJrFurlhcr luirtloulars apply to
800 lm F. W. MAOFARLANE.
SUl'KKMK COURT OP THE
ila Huu Islands. In the matter
of S. KAPKLA, of Kawaihae, Hawaii,
an involuntary biuikrupt.
Creditors of tho said bankrupt are
hereby notified to como In and prov"
iheir debts beforo such Justice of the
Supreme Court as shall lid Bitting in
Chambers at Aliinlanl Hale. Honolulu,
on WEDNESDAY, the 2nd day of Octo.
ber, 18S!t. between the hours of 10 o'clock
in Iho forenoon and noon of the said
diy, and elect one or more abslgnoes of
tho Haiti bankrupt's CBtatc.
By the Court.
ALFRED W. CARTER,
300 td 2nd Deputy Clerk.
The Nippon Yuncu Kulnliu' 1
2,500 Tons Rej-letcr.
Will bo duo here October 2, 1880, and
will Icavo for tho above ports
on or about the
7th October, 1889.
ti For freight or passage, having
superior cabin and bieerago acrnmiuo.
liations, apply to
Wm. O. IRWIN & CO..
M7 tl Agents.
White Kid Gloves,
While Lawn ft Sill Ties,
It LACK NOOKN.
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, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with'inlciesl; or, hutrnd of nccepting the policy and profits in cash the legal holdor
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take in
Hen thereof the amount of policy and piolits iu FULLY PAID UP Insurance, participating annually In dividends.
Remember, this contract Is issued bv the oldest Life Insurance Company in tbo United States, and tho Lar-
gest Finnncial Institution in the World
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EST For full particulars call on or
BENSON, SMITH &. COMPANY,
WHOLESALE & EETAIL.
o wMfsv, -Goth FSEn,mmEmmii!&meiss.
B OOFsMgiflCSfSG TOiiS DAY -Sffl
Our Entire Stock nt a Sacrifice I Not a Few Special Reductions, but a Clean Sweep
in Every Department!
Commencing TUESDAY, Sept. 17th, our entiro slock of Seasonable Goods will bo offered at prices that mubt attract,
immediate attention. Wo need mom room to proporly display our European purchases now on the way, and have
retolved, that our present stock MUST GO. Cost ban not been considered I Piices bavo been marked on the Goode
TO SUIT YOU, not un I Wo aro bound to keep trndo lively! Visit our establishment, noto tho prices, and you
think so too.
700 pes Peitbsbiio Lawns, 20 vds
Extra Fino Victoria Lawn, 12$e per
Striped tt Plain Nainsooks from 12-tc
200 pes of Col. Linen Lawns from $2
100 doz of Ladies Col. Bord. Hand
kerchiefs, 50o pur doz.
Ladies Balbriggun Vests, good qua
lity, oOe. each.
Ladies Ribbed Vests, good quality,
ChildrcnB Jeipcy Vests, cvtra good,
White Linon Napkins, fo (sninll
No uso to quote piices, variety too largo, hnvo been selling cheap, but prosenl
GOODS in this depaitment will also Buffer this
EST 8KB OUR WINDOW
12 yds WHITE COTTON, good quality, 1 yd wide for .$1.
good quality, 1 yd wido for if 1.
5aF"Our htock of MILLINERY is tho finest in Ibis Kingdom. SPAR SAILOR HATS in White, Black, areen
and Blown. 311 MEN'S DOUBLE-BREASTED FROCK COATS, extr.i good qunlitv, formqr prico $20, $22.50 and
$25 ; wo will soil during this salo at $10 EACH.
The Leading Ullinery House of G. J. Fishel,
MRS. MONROK, ladlen' nureo, lias
rotnovod to No. !J, Kukul lane
T BURNISHED Roomj to let.
' unntliwpat pnrnnp nf
xm Punchbowl nnd licn-tania
streets, would be very convenient for n
6mall family, 255 6m
LATE Residence of
Mr. Frank Brown,
XV Mr. James Lovo,
LATE Resldenco of
Mr. M. Green,
310 Fort at root.
STORE, Kto, now occupied by
Mr. Wollo, Grocer,
t2r- Apply to
A, J. OAltTWIUGHT,
801) tf Merchant (rroct.
nSHKf!E? S3 &
of new iro3ars:
- - .. .-
, its assets exceeding One Hundred
White Linen Napkins, with col. bor.
and fringed, (extra good) 10c.
Ladies .Teanetto Parasols, just tho
thing for lieio.
Ladies Col. Parasols with laces, 75c,
1-16 doz. Cbildrens White Straw Hats,
UWe expect to tell this entire
lot of Hats within n few days, you
will have to buy a few when you tee
82 pes Knglebort, part wool, Dress
Goods, dark shades.
&r2F"Wo limit tho quantity to 20
yds to each customer at7ic per yaid,
DISPLAY -a EST
CORNER OF PORT & HOTEL STREETS.
New York Stiff & Opera Hats !
OTif.w yohh miziwm
NEW FALL STYLES JUST KECElVEDJ
anil i weniy-toix auiuons (
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S. JB. HOSE,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LACES Intended to quote prices
that would nstonith you, but
want of Bpace excludes it.
All our stock of TRIMMINGS at half
gjSrWe mean to sell 420 Cbildrens
White & Colored Dresses, in linen nnd
pique, nicely trimmed with colored
embroidery for CO CENTS EACH.
Wo think they arc pretty, und at tho
prices we quoto you will want some.
Ladies Balbriggun Hose, silk decked,
25o per pair.
gjSTOur stock of Embroideries,
lluniburg Edgings and Skirtings, in
cludes a full line of Nainsook, Swiss
nnd Cambric choice designs.
stock will go for n mere song
WINDOW DISPLAY a
15 yds UNBLEACHED,
Agont for the Hawaiian Iglaudu,
'a iiw,i j-ifiiwiaii;
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