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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, DEC. 10, 1889.
Possibly the Samoan treaty will
be part of the chief contents of the
new9 budget by one of this week's
llayti is hot again. Having got
rid of Legitime the effervescent
spirits of the islanders are blowing
up his conqueror llippolyte. This
is an apt illustration of one-sided
rule in a mixed community.
Ecuador has decreed the exclu
sion of Chinese from her territory,
with jusl exceptions similar to those
proposed in this country. This
shows that the rulers of Ecuador
arc aware that there is a to-morrow.
Since tho downfall of the cmpiic
in Brazil much is heard of the
"doom of monarchies." The event
will probably do a great deal, at
least, to secure the bettor regulation
of monarchies. Republics founded
on the ruins of monarchies, how
ever, have a rugged path up to tho
plane of stability. Brazil doubtless
will have plenty of Bourbons and
Boulangcrs to infest its republican
Germany having adopted smoke
less powder, the United States
has secured rights in the invention,
aud the nations will all have it.
Then where there is no smoke there
may be a "galling fire." But what
will the poor editor do, with the
aptness lost to the time-honoied
metaphorical chestnut, "Now that
the smoke of battle has cleared
away," when he undertakes
on the result of
The condition of the stieets after
a twenty-four hours' wet spell ought
to convince the road makers, all
uninfluenced as they have ever been
by the "theories" of newspaper
writers, that the real macadam must
not be laid on a foundation of large
stones or covered with a layer of
earth. All the steam rolling in the
world will not make a road with
either of these conditions proof
against the action of rain. Look at
Fort street for a soil top, and parts
of King street for a stony bottom !
Seeing ought to be convincing.
"CONSISTENCY IS A JEWEL."
KniTon Bulletin : In closing his
remarks in an article depie-
uating the running of trains on
Sunday, Mr. Thos. L. Gulick,
in a communication to the Ha
waiian Gazette, Dec. 10, uses the
above phrase. We agree with him
in being consistent, and would ask
him to advocate the stoppage of
trains on the Sabbath day instead of
the Sunday. Theic is only one pro
per day which the Lord sanctified
and made holy, and that day is em
bodied in the fourth commandment
of the immutable law of God, and
it is a piece of presumption to advo
cate the sacred observance of any
other day as the Lord's lest day.
J. E. Brjbii.
VINDICATING THE MASS MEET
INC. Editop. Bullltix: During the
past two years I have verbally ex
plained on various occasions how
the unfortunate occurrence came
about, that an orator was hissed off
the platform at the memorable meet
ing of June 80, 1887. The contri
butor to the Bulletin of Dec. 7th
forces me in "justice" to make a
few public remniks.
In the first place I do not believe
that there was a packed meeting on
June 30, 1887, which vociferously
refused to listen to wise counsels.
Secondly, the wise counsels refer
red to by the Bulletin were mis
understood by nearly all the people
picbent, and I believe that the sim
ple omission of the word "one" by
the orator should not be used by ill
disposed persons to throw a slur on
the attendants of the mass meeting
of June 30, 1887.
I will explain : After tho orator
had pointed out to the meeting the
advisability of cautiously diafting a
new constitution and to leave its ac
ceptance to the next Legislature,
someone called out: "We have
been waiting for six years.
Tho orator said : "Then you can
If the orator had used the phrase,
"Then you can wait another one,"
all within hearing would have under
stood it, and I truly bolieve that the
hissing was simply because it was
thought that another six years were
advocated to passJn order to bring
about a better government.
Blame should always bo placed
where it belongs. If there had been
a singular and plural term in the
English language for tho word
".mother," probably tho above mis
understanding would never have
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS
Sensational developments art! fol
lowing each other rapidly In Chi
cago, regarding a million dollar
swindle of Froderiksen & Co., land
agents. Thousands of Scandtna tan
fanners in the Western tstatcs. who
suppose they have paid for their
lands, find that the deeds given by
the firm are worthless. Capitalists
and servant g'u la are included among
thu victims. Ex-Goveinor Rico of
Wisconsin admits losing 160,000.
Wholesale arrests of clerks and
others in Chicago,, who acted as
Frederiksen's tools, are talked of,
and the victims are concerting for a
plan of campaign.
The first National Silver Conven
tion, which was fully organized at
St. Louis on Nov. 20, is pronounced
a grent success. The mint stand
ard people arc said to be surprised
at the repiescntalion from other
than mineral-pioducing States, and
at the character of the men taking
pait in the convention. General
Warner of Ohio was elected chair
man. Tho Colorado delegation be
ing tho largest were giving trouble
by claiming contiol in pioporlion.
The San Francisco Examiner has
a telegraphed story from Princeton,
New Jersey, of a duel that took
place there some time ago, the de
tails of which lmc just leaked out.
It was between Fred. S. McLcod,
son of a wealthy citizen of Atlanta,
Georgia, and "William T. Earl, a
Kcntuckian, who quarreled over a
mutual sweetheart. Both young
bloods were students at Ptinccton
University. Pistols at twenty paces
were used. McLcod was wounded
in the check, Eail in the hand, and
when they were able to come round
again the girl refused the addresses
of one after the other, saying she
would have nothing to do wUh them
they were "baibaiians" and "not
gentlemen" to fight a duel. Young
Wanamaker, son of the Postmaster
Goneral of the United States, was
tho room-mate of McLcod and, it is
said, advised hiin to accept the chal
lenge of Eail. The romance is to
come. Earl, not satisfied with the
young lady's, rejection, engaged his
friend and second Warren, another
Southerner, to intercede for him.
Warren failed as to his principal,
but, to make a long story short, suc
ceeded in wooing and winning the
fair maiden for himself. After gradu
ating he married her and took her
to his home in Nashville. -
Mrs. Hanna Southworth has been
held for trial without bail, by a
coroner's jury in New York, for the
muuler of Major Stephen A. Pcltus,
of Kentucky, a millionaire, in New
York. Letters of sympathy to the
accused from Mrs. Rosa Lloyd,
confessing that she had long ago
been wronged as Mrs. Southworth
claimed to have been by Pettus,
were produced at the examination.
All the parties are of prominent
families and the affair is most sen
sational. An Excellent Reason "Why
didn't you many young Squib? lie
has good looks, wealth and every
thing desirable." "He never asked
AN Energetic, Trustworthy Mnn as
collector and to make himself
generally useful in the office. Address,
stating Inst nlaro and tei ins desired to
"P. O. Box 409." -12.1 tf
a l'ortucuche a situation an a
driver or srardener in a family.
whore he c.iu do till kinds of work and
1 e generally useful. Best ol leferences.
For further particulars apply to
M. S. PERRY,
422St pprry Bl orl "
A NOTE for $;!U0 drawn ou Messrs.
trliaefei 55 Co , Honolulu, in
favor of Ah Bine. Pay mint has been
stopped. Return to
423 Si- Ilonokaa, Hawaii
DURINO my temporary abppnee fiom
the Kingdom, Mr.. I. A. M.Ororio,
mnnnger of Mesr. M. A. Gonsnlvistfc
Co., liote! street, will act forme in all
business matters under full power of
attorney. 1 A. IMAS.
Honolulu, Dec. in, 1889. i'ii 3t
Notice of Revocation of
Power of Attorney.
NOTICE is heieby given that 1 have
revoked, cancelled and annulled
the power ol attorney given to John F.
Colhurn and dated April 12. 1839
Honolulu, Dec. 10. 188!. 4'44t
MR. FRANK B. AUERllAOH has
this day been admitted n paitner
in our Hi m
.r. i:. brown & co.
Honolulu, Dec. 1, I860. 42!1 lin
A LABOR AGENCY for supplying
plantations with laborers and
other with servants, bus this day been
opened at the olllce of J. L Brown &
Co., Merchant strict. Bell Telo. 17J
P, O. Box 4SD. Address care of J 13.
Brown &. do. N B. Japaneso Labor a
t-pecialty. II HIRATA,
41,'il lrn Manager.
rpHK uiidcrsijjticd, Executor of tho
X Kstuii) of Chas. Jay Hardee, will re.
cuive tenilcis for the purchase of tho
propei iv known hr Hid Enterprise Plan.
Inc M III, l tho olllce of O. Brewer & Co ,
up to 10 o'clock a, M, of WKDNE&
DAY, December 11th. Reserving tho
right to decline any or nil bids.
J. O. CARTER,
Executor Estate of O. J. Hardee.
Honolulu, Dec. 7, 1869. 492 8t
Mlltf liULLJ2fi1iK tiOftOttiLtt, II. U tfElMtfeiait lOj 1889.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
On THURSDAY, Dec. 12,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
Atllio "Dti'dolt House" KitiL' street, I
will toll nt Public Auction,
Household -:- Furniture
B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Mnrb'e top Center Tabic,
Larcc Center & Sofa Hug(
1 Upright P8AINO,
Painted lkdroom Sets
Single Bedsteads & Mattrasses,
Dining room Table it Chair?,
Orockuy A Glassware,
S'lwle Snm Improved Knii&s
l'ots Ferns Ltc., lite.,
J AS. F. MORGAN,
121 tit Auctioneer.
Book & Stationery Store.
Headquarters Santa Claud
Xmas Once Again
1 UK 1'INhST LINK OK
TOYS and DOLLS
Eer Imported into tho oily.
tSJ" We sell all Goods at an bonis
pinlil and have no need to fjhe awa
inythiiig In rrdir to untune Iiiimiicmi
Books Full of Pictures I
For the Little Ones
Books of Adventure & History !
For Our Hoys
Books Full of Interest!
For Our Oirls
In Hie Latest Styles and Rich Design!
to suit everybody.
Chann Pencil Cases, &c, &c.
A FINK DISPLAY Of
BICYCLES & VEL0CIPEDES.I
A KUW EXT11A FINK
Bagatelle Boards !
Wagons at Prices
Never liefore offered in Honolulu.
Eg?" Come early and select your pre
ents and you will not regret it.
bSJ Open EverylEvoniug. "a
Thos. G. THRUM,
t22 lw Proprietor.
Assignee's Notice to Cre
ditors. fTMlE undersigned, assiguce in bink.
JL ruptcy of the estate of Blenzles
Dickson, of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby
gives notico to all the creditors who
nave provid tlicir claims against tlie
said bankrupt estate, that ho has sub.
milted to the Hon. .lustico Preston his
llnal account with tnld estate, and has
tiled tlio account in tho olllce of the
Clerk of the Supreme Court, prepara.
lory to the payment to ei editors of a
tlrst and linal dividend. Aud that on
MONDAY, Decembor 1(5, 1889, at 10
o'clock a. m., he will apply to said Jus
tice for a settlement of his accounts as
such assignee, and for a discharge from
his liability under said trust.
JOHN II. PATY,
Assignee of the Bankrupt Estutc of
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1880. -117 4t-taw
A SEMI-ANNUAL meeting of tho
iioaid of Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will bo held on THURSDAY,
the 12th December, 188!), (it the rooms
of tho Chamber of Commerce, at 10
o'clock a. m. Amendment to the Ity.
laws. 1'ei oidor.
F. A. SCIIAEFER,
Honolulu, Nov. 11,1880. -102 1(1
4 FURNISH ED Cottugu
jl. on Emma street ad.
jSg joining Mrs. Love's lesidcuce.
Apply on premises, 01 to
V. F. LOVE,
At Pacific Hardware Co.'sstoie.
ROOMSFiiruUhed or Un
furnished, nt No. ilD
Emma strett. No children.
JIoiiHe & Lot For Sale
I WILL sell or lease my
Dwelling House and Lot
ni icasouablo terms. For I Dr
iller parllculors annlv to
At Watcrhouso's Queon-Bt. store.
Vulihi Wuenu, Dec il, 1B30. 41!) 1m
House & Lot For Sale
A LOT and Cottago situated
inuuka of St. Louis Col.
lege. Also, 1 hack, harness
nnd 2 horsis. For particular apply to
418 2w SAMUEL 1CANOE.
ON LIBERAL TERMS !
lam Instructed by Mkssiis T11KO. n.
DAVIES& Co. to sell nt Public Auc
lion nt my Salesrooms, corner of Fort
and Queen atrccti,
On WEDNESDAY, Dec. 11,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. ai.,
A fine nsportment of New and Desirable
Oood, ev ricent arrivals, con.
sistiug iu part as lollows:
Tweed, Cas linen. Dingona't,
Sliort l.rnetlis of Fine Goo Is for
Nitts, Etc., Etc.
A choice lot ol assorted
Shawl, Blankets, Merino?,
Lawns, Hat, Underwear,
Neckties. Hosiery, Flannels,
"towels, Etc., Etc.
ore O O JE 3R. I JE ss
Candles, HTrdlic, Mustnril,
Sop, Hail Oil, Etc., Etc.
Sauce Pans, Fry l'au. Kettles,
Tin Wnrc, Ktc. Lie.
And numerous othei (innds appertaining
to the tr..de.
JJSF" Tho above ure all Choice Fresh
Gobila niauufnciuicd eipressly for this
market to which the Aw lionuir calls
special attention to the trade.
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
THE HOLSTEIN BULL
Will servo comb for this uct three
months. Piico, $1 to iiiMirc at
22 lm King street
BASEBALL SHOES RUBBER
HI CYCLE SHOEd,
LADIES' "HONEST" SHOES,
Untrimmed Hats !
Ladies', JllsbCa' and Children's
Silk, 75c to ?l.O0.
Boys' Caps - Mi Styles - School Hats
MEN'S WHITE SUIKTd, Laun-
dried nnd IJulauudried.
and a vaiied assortment of
XMAS MJ00D8 !
fi&57 Hotel Street.
Hao just opened out a huge now
stock of Holiday Goods, computing:
Set and Unset Diamonds, Uiooeho.s,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles, Lace
and Scan P1118, Kings of the veiy
latent designs, Ladies' and Gents'
Gold and Silver Watches and Watch
Chains, LndieH Fob and Vest Chimin,
Clocks, Beautiful Silerware, ivc., te.
gjT FiiecK within the reach of
all. -Ill lm
J. E". GOMES,
Has removed to MeLiriiy Block, where
he is prepircd to execute In tlrst class
fctylo nil ordois entrusted to him.
Watch Work & Diamond Setting
Do not fail to call and cxaminu his elo
gnnt lusor ment of
JEIoliJ-y : Groods,
'Consisting of the latett styles lu
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry, &c
A few young thoroughbred
Berkshire -:- Boars
from imported stock,
Also a few
FAT - TURKEYS!
LEWIS & CO.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d columns, purely local matter
Mailed to foreign countries. 5 per
Ii Issuing si new form of insutancc which provides, in the event of death, for ri return of nil premiums p.iitl in ad
dition to thu aniount.of the policy, or, should the insured survive n given number of years, the Company will
icturn nil Ihe prcmiuma paid with interest; or, instead of accepting the policy nntl profits in cash the lcanl holder
tuny, WITHOUT AIKDlCALtiXAMIXATION nntl WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMKNTOH PREMIUMS, take In
lieu thereof the amount of policy and ptollts in FULLY PAID UP Insurance, paiticipating annually in dividend.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company In the United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution iu the Woild, lis assets exceeding One lluiulrcd and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
JEjS For full particulars call oiror address
S. 33. ROSE,
H00 ltn General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
"Temple of Fashion," Cor Jote! & Fort Sis.
SIS- &ew Goods 3l KS-
JUST OPENKP A 1,AHGH STOCK
40 pes of New Diess Goods, stiiped
and checked at 12Ac.
An elegant lino of New Enibioideicd
A full line of new patterns iu While
JuhI ieceie(l :i full asfcoilment of
(liiiKhains, Heoisuckcre, nnd other
A loige assortment of Fiench Flan
nels. Nuns Veilings in all dCBii able bli.ules.
Ulack Broendcd Silk, heavy, at$l.f0
Surah Silkb, at low prices.
A fine lino of Fancy .Surah" nnd
Satins and Sateens in new designs.
Gloves! Gloves T
Hae you seen our o-button Kid
Gloves, at iH.CO a paii?
A full lino of Silk Cloven and Mitts.
Biacer Mb, Hop Ale Gfmiiiiliiii, lUmtomJli, Sarsaprilla,
MINERAL WATERS, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
bar All comimmlentloiiK
Trains will leive Honolulu ovti the
Oahu Railroad & L'ind Co. as lollows:
IKAVi: HONOLULU AIIIIIVi: HALAWA
8:00 A-. M. 8:15 A. M.
11:00 A. M. 11:45 A. M.
U:00 I-. m. :i:15 r. w.
li:avi: halawa aiiuivi: Honolulu
Ih.'iO a m. 10:15 a. m.
ia::t0 i, ji. 1:15 r. m.
1:15 p. m. fi:00 v, m,
LL'AVi: HONOLULU AIUIIVK HALAWA
0.-:i0 A. M. 10:15 A. M.
12:110 p. M. 1:15 v. m.
t):00 p. si. 11:15 p. 51.
11 MR A. M.
2:30 V. 51.
1 :3 P.
5:00 P. M,
ou1 Txisrw YOXfcis:
OF NEW NOVELTIES IN DUY and
THE COMING SEASON.
300 doz, Handkerchiefs i
The largest assortment and lowest
New novelties in Handkerchief, suil-
ablo for piesentn.
Received n full lino of all colois and
shades, of l'l.iln and Fancy Kibbons.
Now novoltieH in Kibbons.
A large and fine nshoitmcnt of
kinds ot New No cities.
Handsome Heavy Silk Shawls
black nnd cream-.
Itamiu Shawls, Ramie Shawls.
Shoulder Scaifs, ISeilin-Sbetland
Just received a full line of
nnd orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
E. It. IIenurv, 1'iesltlent & Manager.
(lODFitKT HnowN, Sectlnry& Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
(kppo. Hpieckelft Jtnnli, : Fort Sired, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -:-Glassware,
Chandeliers, Electoliore, Lninjis & Lamp Eixturee,
Paintfl, Oils fc Yurnialipu, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, Shot & Cups, Machine-loaded Gaitridgos, Ohnmberlain'a Patent;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silvei Plated Ware, Tablo it Pocket Cutlery,
Plows, Pluntora' Steel lloee, nnd other Agiicullural IniiileinenlB,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
IIurt'H Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Tipe & Holt Cutting,
Manila &. Sieal Ro)o, Rubber Howe,
Vire Bound Rubber Hose, Spinctei-grip;
Hpiinklcis & Sprinkler Stands,
Union Metallic Cartiidgo Co.,
llurtninn'H Steel Wiro Fenco & Sleel Who Mala,
"Now ProeoBH" Rope,
Wm. G. FiHhci's WrouKht Sleel Ranges, Neal'h CuriiiiBe PainU,
ante City Stono Filters,
"Npw PioreBH" Twist Drills,
nov2!)-81l Hurl's Pntcnl "Duplex" Dio Stock.
lew Coods '-sSSl
FANCY GOODH SUITABLE FOR
Flouncinge in Swiss and Oriental
A largo lino'of Veilings in plain and
Christmas : Goods
Of every description.
JJ&-TOY8 1 TOTS !-fl
Will be closed out at a gieal reduc
tion. A full line of Lndiep', Gpntu' siud
.Tiaveling Trunks & Vali&eu.
Boys' & Children's Clothing,
' Boy'u Jersey Suits,
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
An immense alock received.
Fricea very lew.
1 '.'tl kV. M',t,
John Ena, Vioc-riesldeiit.
Ci:oil BitowN, Auditor.
Mmi-,Z f-;S AMi-KlffMrfer -
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