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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, JT. I., FKBRUAKY ti, J8S.0..
'X' IX XQ
Plrdft'l to neither Sett nor Ptirty,
Hut tttublishetl (or the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, FKH. 0, 1800.
THE ELECTION OVER.
KlecMou lny has come ami gone,
ami new tlic community can settle
quietly down from tlic excitement
which has prevailed for several
weeks. It will he some days be
fore the returns from the other isl
ands will he In, and the full results
known. As far as this island is con
cerned the so-called National lie
form Party has achieved a victory
more complete than was expected
by any but its most sanguine mem
bers, having elected sixteen Nobles
and Representatives out of the sev
enteen for the entire island.
A very pleasing feature of the day
was the quiet and orderly man
ner in which the voting wa con
ducted at the ten polling places in
Honolulu, and, for anything we
have heard to the contrary, all over
the island. From the beginning to
the close of the day, the contestants
of both sides showed the best of
temper and kept the best of order.
We can conceive of no electoral con
test being more satisfactory in these
respects. Those who had charge of
the ballots are highly commended
by both sides, for the fair, impar
tial, and ellicient way in which they
performed their duty.
Now the struggle it over, it is to
be hoped that all will unite in "bury
ing" the metaphorical "hatchet,"
and seeking to advance the general
good. The country must and will
ptogrcss. The nation has no wish
to go back, it cannot go back, it
will not go back. Progress is the
watch woid progress in methods of
government, progress in national in
stitutions, public and private pro
gress; and progress will certainly be
HOPE IT WILL DROP.
The speech of His Kxcelleney,
Mr. Thurston, Minister of Interior,
delivered in ihc old Armory, on
January SO, in which a portion of
this country's history was detailed,
and the part which France played
therein referred to at some length,
created an unfavorable impression
on many of the public, including
the diplomatic representative of the
French nation, Mons. G. J J. d'An
glade. That ycntleman very natur
ally asked for an explanation, which,
probably owing to the special woik
attending the election campaign, the
Administration has not been so
ready in giving as it ought to
have been. We understand that
since the election Mons. d'Anglade
has had an interview with the King,
when His Majesty expressed regret
that his Minister should haveaid
anything during the political content
unfriendly to a great and friendly
nation, and hoped that the matter
would go uo farther. We sincerely
hope the same. It must he remem
bered that Mr. Thurston'?, speech
was largely an extemporaneous
party production, delivered in the
heat of a political contest, and he
may have used expressions, oh the
spur of the moment, that he would
perhaps not have utteied at any
other time. Moreover, the election
of yesterday unequivocally demon
strates that the people of Honolulu
are not in sympathy with the utter
ances of the party. The majority
are on the other side. The French
people are a magnanimous people,
and always generous towards the
weak ; and we should hope that that
feeling will actuate their represent
ative in this kingdom to drop the
HULLO YOU GERMAN CONSUL!
ICnnon Riu.i.r.Tix: The National
Reform Party killed poor Sam Wil
der ? Did it?
And it was also the National Re
form Party which in the Session of
1887 tried its little best to repudiate
the issuing of those Knglisli bonds.
From all of which it follows that
the National i'eform Parly destroyed
our credit abroad.
Kmtoii Rui.i.ktik: I had a con
undrum put to me this morning,
which I cannot solve. You are sup
posed to be full of knowledge and
therefore J asl? you lo solve it for
Who is Mr. Re former who came
to this country without a cent in his.
pocket, and is now sorry that he in
vested it here?
Perhaps some of your readers may
lie able to tell us.
A Si:i;kkr Afteii Ksowi.nwii:.
QUERIES FOR THE CONSUL.
Knuort Rui.i.mts: 'Who certifies
to the clean sheets V
Are the sheets clean?
Who has washed them ?
Has the Oerman Consul seen those
Has he washed them so that he
knows tlicy arc clean?
Did Rismaiek send this German
Consul here as a washerwoman to
do the washing of dirty sliced es
Is this German Consul here in
stiuctcd to look afte? Sanioan mat
ter? "Was the jddioss read by this
German Consul in the Armory in
tended as a "leader" for the Times?
Who wrote it?
Who copied it?
Where was it written?
Was it written in a merchant's
ollice? Or did a lawyer or a Minis
ter of the Crown write it?
Inscrutable are thy ways, 0 tier
man Consul J
Who kicked up the bobbery at
Maemae? Was it the German Con
In the Workingmcn's platform,
we notice that the Government aid
is invoked on behalf of the Oahu
Railroad. This we do not object to,
but when we consider how the Wil
der "Hilo and Hamakua" was kill
ed by Honolulu 'influence, it amuses
us to hear the Honolulu people hol
lering for Government help to build
a road round the little island of
Oahu, and not say a word about the
Hawaii road. Oahu has at best but
a small part of as much land suit
able for agricultural purposes a3 the
two districts of Hilo and Hamakua.
The district of Hilo is especially
rich in water power, which might be
utilized all through its whole . line,
for manufacturing purposes. And
if we need anything it is a railroad
from Waipio to Waiakea. If-Oahu
will be benefited by a toad of that
kind, and we arc of the number
that full' believe that such a road
will benefit any district where built,
then how much more will the whole
country be benefited by the Hilo
and Hamakua road? We only ask
that if the Government aid is guar
anteed to tlic Oahu road', it will also
be given to the Hilo load.
We were out on the Volcano road
a few days ago and found the road
from Waiakea to the woods in a bad
state. It needs "finishing." There
has been too much use of the road
made with heavy carts, before it had
been rounded up and solidly rolled.
From this side of the woods up to
the end of the road near Olaa, it is
in fairly good condition, but needs
rolling w'1'' lue ,oa engine, now
lying idle at Waiakea. We under
stand that the reason that it is not
used is that the roadway is not
strong enough to carry it. Now, if
that is so, the road has not been
properly built, and immediate steps
should now be taken to put the road
in such condition that the engine
cau be used on it immediately. We
think it would facilitate matters in
the building ot that road, if the
Government would put a competent
man on the engine, and give him a
few, say six men, lo work with him,
independent of any other work on
the road. And we believe that in a
few weeks, the road would be well
built up to the woods, and the rest
of it could be thoroughly rolled, giv
ing us the finest road on these isl
ands. Again, the work pi ogresses
too "-lowly. There is a heavy gang
of men employed daily, and it seems
to us that gieater advance should
have been made since last Septem
ber. 11 the work does not go oil
faster in the fiitinc than it has in
the time mentioned, it will be an
other election time before tlic whole
road is built. We believe that where
it is possible to use animal or steam
power in the place of man power it
ought to bo' done.
In our papers' received by the Lc
hua yesterday, we see that Mr.
Rosa has fail ly made the present
issue to be one of race. This we
know was all along the battle cry of
the "Gohacks" or the "Reactionary
Party," but they have not been men
enough to come out and say so.
And we are glad that the "doomed
haolc" may know what to expect.
When the papers of that parly are
conlinuajly stirring up the Hawaiian
to act as tlic Samoans have done,
and drive the hated haolc from the
land, is it not to be expected that
those who iead the articles will be
more or less stirred up to do some
thing which will cause great dis
turbance throughout the land? It
is only the part of wisdom to be
watchful on our pait.
We are sorry to see that the Ad
verser has come out openly for a
wholly Knglish ticket as far as tlic
foreigners go, on the Hawaii Noble
ticket. Does the P. C. A. think
that Hamakua and Kohala are alone
entitled lo a scat in the Legislature?
Hilo only asked to be represented
by one of its own men, and Kohala
and Hamakua bay, "No, I thank
yon; we want thorn all." Rut wc
I eel that tho large majority of Noble
voters on this island will not sup
port the "Purvis-Hurchardt" ticket.
If the 1. 0. A. knew the men as
well as the men on Hawaii do, it
would not nurse to itself the foolish
idea that all thu men on that ticket
are "Reform men." Ily their works
and words shall ye know them. Men
who openh advocate low license for
liquor, and licensing opium, arc not
we believe lo bo classed as Reform
men. Wo hope the regular ticket
will have the support ot every fiiend
at law and order.
The rainfall here lias been very
heavy the past JIG hours, about 7'i
inches having been registctcd in
that time. This morning nil is clear
and bright, and we hope the storm
Karly risers this morning saw col
umns of smoke arising from Moku
aweoweo. This has not happened
for several years, and betokens
much activity there. This, too, is
our year for another outbreak.
We hear that Antouc Rosa has
publicly declared on the street that
V. V. Ashford was connected with
the last rebellion ; but We onlv have
to lefer to the gallant Colonel's let
ter in the Honolulu papers to show
where he stands.
The Japanese policeman, Goto,
came near losing his lifo in crossing
the Maulua gulch yesterday. That
gulch needs a bridge.
llilo, .Ian. 2.
DOINGS IN KONA.
A largely attended Sunday school
exhibition and concert took place in
the native church at Napoopoo on
the 'JGth Inst, '."he classes seemed
to be well up in their lessons. Sing
ing formed an important and attrac
tive part of the programme and was
particularly good. Among the sing
ers, the fine round, full-toned voice
of Mr. John la was decidedly no
ticeable. Rev. 1). Paris and two of
tlic Kona candidates for legislative
honors, Messrs. Katnauolia and
Waipuilani, were present. All
three of the gentlemen named fav
ored the assembly with addresses.
Whether the candidates scored any
points for the filh of next month,
this deponent kuoweth not.
A collection amounting to over
82 1 was tabled at the close of the
exercises, the infants present being
among the contributors. no says
there's no money in coffee? "Moss
grown shcll-backi," eh?
Kketioneering is proceeding very
quietly. The "haolo" element will
be conspicuous for its absence on
polling day. On registration day
at Napoopoo, Messrs. Nahinu and
Kainaiiohft held forth to the "free
and intelligent" from the upper ver
anda of Mr. Kino's residence. Any
how, suppose the expelled member
should come again, what ate you
going to do about it?
.Jan. SO. 1830.
Cm'. (neen A Ximniiii Mix.
Ml ESK rooms have been opened lor
the convenience not only of Mer.
chants, hut of the (leiiernl Pulilir It
afford? a desirable im'ilitini of selling
oil' accumulated Mod or nitidis of nny
description, without the necessity of
pulling them under the "hammer."
Few of us, even in our household
nlluirs, but what have something that,
we coutinunllv say: "I wish could
sell that, but ff 1 send it t auction I
may get next to nothing for it " Tlifse
salesrooms meet your ii'iuircnientr
what joii do nol want other are in
loir" This is a strictly commission
husliieH Hiul the Interests of clients will
he cm dully guarded.
F. I). WALKF.ll,
Honolulu, .Inn. 211,1890. Ml lw
WING bought out Mr. W. II.
Pnue in the "Honolulu Carnage
Mnnul;ictniy,"ul 128 Fori stieet, lam
prepaied to continue the above business
under the old name of Honolulu C.ir.
tiagc Mantifucloiy, and being an old
expeiiecced carriage builder 1 kolieil
the pttionage of my old friends and the
public in general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with ex.
peiicii'cd workmen nnd using only the
best in iteriul 1 guarantee general satis
faction. Please cnll anil see me before
Signed): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. Oct. 2.", 1811. !1!U If
XTOTHT. U lierebv e-ivcii to
.LN kws that on the DOth day
her, ltfsil, a meeting of the stockholders
of the Hawaiian UneHlc Cable Co waa
held at the oftleo of E. O. Hall & Son.
Limited, Honolulu, and at said meeting
It was voted by saui siocMiouiers to
accept a charter of Incorporation grunt
ed to Ihein under the corporate name
and stvle of 'Hawaiian l'acille Cable
Co" November 15, 1S81), and that the
corporation under Mild charter there
upon organized thenif-clvcs and elected
the following olllcers:
I. .Sherman Bartholomew of Honolulu
Hon. Kdgar Crow Ilakcr, M. '., of
Victoria, 11. C Vice-President
E. O. White of Honolulu Secretary
Krnnk A. Dudley of Niagara KalU, X.
Win. W. Hall of Honolulu Auditor
Xotlen U further given that puiMiaut
to the terms of said charter, "'No stock
holder shall Individually he liable for
the debts of the Corporation beyond the
amount which shall bo due upon the
the share or shaies held or owned by
himself." K. 0. WIIITK,
til I m .Secietary.
The Lessees of Lots
Mrt'.vn: in Tin:
Arc heieby notified that the 'Association
U prepared to
Grout a Renewal of their Lease lot
30 Years from date,
Upon piefentntion of pioper title deed
nnd the payment or a uomi.
MrApplleatlons to be made lo YV. M.
A. H. CLKOIIOK.V,
President Kapiolani I'nrk Akso'h.
Honolulu, Dec. '-7, IBS'). IMi Im
Tim utidcnigtud having hrim appointed
agents tor the Hawaiian Islands
For the Celebrated
Prom the woiks of
Burnhain, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Art' now prepared to give est I urn tea and
lecelve outer for the-e nulno-, of any
fi!?i; fin t Mjie.
The Baldwin I.ocomoiivk Wouks ate
now iiuitin luctui hue a style ot docomo.
live particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently bona
tccelve.il lit these Islundi, anil wo will
Iihvc plenum in furnishing plnutution
agents anil tnnnsijerj with piriirulnrs
The superiority of lluse Locomotives
over all of tier make Is nol only kuown
here hut is Acknowledged throughout
the l.'nitid Stated.
Will. i. IRWIN &Co.,
Agents for Hnwnllnn Island.
4(12 11124 w.'y
California : Lands
FOR SAL 10 !
Igued wi-hes to infoitn
JL tlie tmlilii' that lie hii.
lliiimh Ciilirornla baud Olllee, at No.
12 Merchant stieet. Honolulu.
To peiviuiH wl-hlng to Invest in
Choice Timber. Agiiculluic, Fruit or
Grazing Laud1; in the line State of Cali
forniaor in Desirable building I.oti In
the beautiful City mid Suburbs of Oak
land, with its unrivaled climate nnd
oppoi limbics. inn piepared to offer
eveiy inducement in the way of bar
gain". The Lands which I hero offer have nil
been mou carefully Inspected by a
thoroughly leliable surveyor, employed
specially for that piirno-c, and 1 am
therefoie enabled to give satisfactory
guarantee lhat every piece offered will
stiictly correspond with the description
given by me.
'I he Titles to these Lands are petfeet,
being la the main state school lands.
The previous pcisonal inspection
thereof at great expense, offcis abso
lute seem ity to puicha-crs and Is an
Inducement offered by no other dealer
in state school lands iii California.
The price-ranges from sa.no per acre
upward according to quality and loca
tion, and there Is no doubt, by taking
Into account the rapid growth and pro
gression of that State, that these lands
offered at these low figures must within
a few years command a much higher
price aiid so secure lo eveiy investor a
nrolifc not easily equaled in any .other
line of speculation.
This oppoiiunlty will be open for a
limited time only, and I therefore ex
tend an Invitation to all who wish lo
secure good ahd cheap homes in that
mnguillcent State and Country, nnd also
to those who desire to invest a little
money .to so great advantage undprolit,
to call upon nit- soon and obtain full
Information will he eheei fully given
J Olllee room with .L A. Mtigoou.
aliornev. No. 12 Merchant stieet.
liiO If ' A. MOIMIFF.
JUST THE THING
lionlt lil'ul !
tiff riauip'es fien at
all Leading fiio.
M IT C 1 1 K LIj &.PETI-: KSON,
4bl S. R Agents. 12t
A S.MAU. INVOICE
Just the Thing for the Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
y 113. OSUOllNE is now prepared to
LIJ. give lustrurtUjus lu Fancy Work
at "The Arlington, Room 0. Claw
l.ttsons: Mondays, Wednesdays acd
Fridays. Private leisonti by Hpec'ui
arrangement. Ktampitig and onbrt
piompily iilttndt-d in. -lOOtf
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF TVEW YORK
Is Issuing a new form of Insurance which provides, In the event of death, for a return of all premium1 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 interest; or, instead of accepting the. policy and profit's in cash the lemil holder
; may, WITHOUTMF.DICAL EXAMINATION and WITIinPTKintTIIK.il PAYMF.NTOF PRKMIl'MS, take in
i lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividend.
I Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insur.inco Comimnv in the United Sltiten. and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World,
Way For full particulars cull on or
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
LEMON. : CREAM
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
(imp1 Ale, Hop Ale, (Mil EasDlierryaflB. Sarsipl, Mineral Waters, Etc.
iey All (oiiiinunicuttons ami orriors slimiirt be nthlri'H.st'd (
. BENSON, SMITH & CO., .
MO lni Agents. (
Cute City Stone Filler !
'I'lie-Je rilteis n i-ij c.-isllv cleansed,
and XEVKU become CKACKKI) or
CltAZKl) by change of teiiiprraliue of
The Filtering Medium U a XATI'U A I.
STO.VB, mined from the earth. II In
unlike any other stone.
Tt Doom Not. Absorb and
Bccomo Foul !
IMITIUTIKS never rKNKTKATB
it, but He on the suiface, and internally
the stone leimiius as pine nnd white
after year of u-e as when taken from
The Cute City Stone Kilter is n per
fect .-access. It is the only leal tiller f
have ever seen. I would not be w llhout
one for any consideration. It eonveiK
our lake water into the best drinking
water hi the woihl.
llr.Nitv M. Uman, M. !.,
:.r.a Wet Adanw St., Chicago.
IW Per Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Oproslt" SpreckcliJ & Co.'s Hank,
-HI!) it Fort street, Honolulu.
Enterprise Carriage Co.'y
QTAND: No. t,
k5 Kin); streets.
comer Niimiuu nnd
Mutual Telephone 010. Olllee llouid:
From T a. ii. to 11 r. n. All orderti
pioiuptly attended lo
407 Iw Mainij-ei.
riMIK uiidersit'iml, having NMgucd
JL Ihc mnmigenu-ut of the Western
& llawuiinu Investment Co, (Limited)
on account of III health, the Director
of the Company in Dundee have up.
pointi d Mr. Joseph H. Alhurton us
Malinger in Honolulu, an of Ittst Decern
tier last W. I.. GltF.EN.
Honolulu, .bin. 1H, 18(0. KITlw
'1-MIK Hawaiian lb lie Association' I
JL . linage. King Bticet, is olostd Irnni
thin date All perbOiis tin; l.ereby for.
bidden lo practise over above Itiingc
until lilithei notice. Hy older.
.1. II. HOI'Klt.
PreMilum II. It A.
Ifmo'ulu, Jan. 2-t, I SCO. -1(11 lw
A T the annual meeting of the Knplo
Ix. hint I'aik Association held tbis
'-8th day of January, 181)0, the follow Iiir
grenllcincti were elected to serve as a
llourd of Director.-! for tho ensuing year:
J. Campbell, K. S. Ciiiilm,
W. (!. lrwln,' A. S. Clegliorn,
YV. M. Giffiird, Tom Maw
Cecil. Ilrown. T. It Milker,
H. Mncfiirlaiie. H.J. Nolle,
T. S. Douglas.
IIH lw Secietary.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting or ihe Gorman
benevolent Society htl I on January
2!i, 1600, the folio whig orllccrs were re
elected lor one jear:
I'rcHidciit. .Hon. II. A. Widemnun,
Vlccl'iisident I. F. Ilickleld,
Secietary I. F. Koknrdt,
Titimurrr F. Khunp,
Auditor H.J. Nolle,
Tnutec I. F. Huckfeld.
J. F. KCKARDT,
Ki7 fit Secretary.
NOTICE to MlllPPEltK.
17011 Ihe more eatlsfactory acconimo.
. dation of our pntroiu we beg to
suggest to them tlmt in eases where
drays are required for shipping goods
lb out-going hteameis and coasters, or
in any case where required, at I o'clock
sharp of the day, they will find that by
ilngiiig up Mutual Telephone No. 209,
between 12:15 and 12:4fi lu the nonu
hour Hint Mr. Hewett will he there in
person to receive all orders, ami our
friend will t hereby greatly facilitate
business to the belter satisfaction n all
IIUSTAOK A ItOIIlWTSON.
lis assets exceeding One Hundred and
:-aiuk PLAIN: SODA,
(JOHN Hit HOTEL &
Great Reduction Sale !
Al-TKll TAICINO STOCK I HAVE UKDUCKD MANY LTNES OP
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
r.rill February ltfth, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(! and 8 JJttllons in perfect order
All my DKF.SS GINGHAMS about 110
Gout Trice. A nmall line of
Scotch GiHiams at a Great Reduction !
HKAD THIS A largo assortment -of READ T1IJS
wiiite ii,i:n- goods,
Such lie Tuples, Embroidered Swieee?, India Linen, Main Swiss, Nainsook and
many ouifr lines oi wnite
price that everybody will buy llieni.
B. I, MLEES & CO.
-Great Bargains ! Great Bargains !
AFTER TAKING STOCK
All Koods Sold at (jreatly Reflucefl Prices !
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
A GOOD lVluro at Waikiki, for a
limbed number of horses, at rea.
HEAD of Fat
Real Entitle Por Sale.
TWO Houses anil Lots on
A ltobelfo Lime, Palaina.
Convenient to steam and trnni
curs. Very lieaitliy locality. Lot on
King street, near'Haniauku's Lane. For
particulars apply to'
JOHN F. HOWLER.
Or Chas. T. (lulick. 480 3m
ART CLASSES !
DRAWING aud Fainting in oils
and water color", Monochrome,
Crayon, Etc , on Tuesdays ami Fridays
nfterunon, and Saturdays morning and
It. HARNFIKI.D, ArtUt,
SpreckelH' lllcck, Fort street.
Twenty-Sis Millions of Dollar.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
at $1 a pair-
piece to select
from, are offered at
uookh. I will hell at men a
15li will close- thin
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
under tho management of MISS
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and PLUMBER,
Coiner of King and Alnkea streets,
Honolulu, II. I.
Workshop--Mut 2CI-Rc$ldence--Mul 230
VST Kstimntes furnished' on all classes
of plumbing nnd titiMiiithing woik.
First class workmanship and materlnl
guaranteed in all the above branches
of my business at reasonable rates.
IMPORTANT to ALL!
ISFKOIALLY to tboe who believe
U In cqiial 'rights, "Thu American
Sentinel," a weekly paper, the object of
whlcli Is to snow mc evils oi "itciigtous
One or moro copies of
can be hud tiee, by an.
plylnu pursonnlly or by posl to the
N. F. MJRtlKSS,
Honolulu, II. I,
V. B. Would be glad lo
the other Islands.
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liiti eiAkSfar ' t, wk, uv Ahkn-?:)iiT.
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