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DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, II. I., MAKCIl 7, 1800.
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Plr(lirtl to tmlirr Scft nor Party,
Jiiit rstabliihnl far the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, MAR. 7, 18D0.
Tho Advertiser suggests that Us
account of the disnstcr on the Vol
cano road "will furnish the Btn.u
tin with ammunition for ti month.
Thanks ; lend us your mud-thrower,
Messrs. E. G. Hitchcock and I).
II. Hitchcock had a narrow escape
from drowning on the new Volcano
road Feb. 28lh. One of the two
horses drawing their carriage was
drowned. The gentlemen saved
themselves by swimming to a tree.
A line of buoys will probably be es
tablished along the road as soon as
the necessary soundings can be
made by the Government. It would
be advisable, also, to have a lifc
H.iving station at the halfway house.
EMPEROR WILLIAM AND LABOR
Emperor William's policy of labor
reform has attracted much attention
and varied comment throughout
Europe. Sir Charles Dilke on ar
riving in Paris recently was inter
viewed regarding the Empeior's re
scripts on the matter. lie considered
that the proposal for an interna
tional labor conference emanated
from the state socialists, who form a
sincere class of reformers as distin
guished from the violent socialists
against whom restrictive laws arc
enforced. Sir Charle9 thought that
(Sreat Rnlain, which had accepted
an invitation from Switzerland for a
similar conference, would also ac
cept that of Germany. Great
Britain had nothing to lose, he said,
by taking part iu such a congress.
Already her hours of labor are
shorter than those on the contiacnt,
and her constant tendency is to es
tablish the forty-five hours a week
system at present in vogue in Aus
tralia. As to what the conference
would accomplish, Sir Charles was
not very sanguine, saying:
"The characteristics and aptitudes
of each people arc ns different as
the conditions under which they
live, so that any veiy deep-seated
unanimity of opinion upon labor re
form can hardly be looked for. Per
haps, however, tliev will be able to
agree upon the length of working
hours. For example. Australia has
demonstrated that shortening the
hours of labor docs not necessarily
lessen the amount produced in auy
case, and, whatever the outcome of
the congress, which will be but one
step in the march toward the general
socialistic upheaval which 1 regard
us inevitable in fifty or a hundred
years, our descendants will look
upon the organization of our society
very much as we look upon the
feudal system of our ancestors."
M. Leroy lJeaulieu, one of the
great French political economists,
said lie regarded the proposal of the
German rescript as "impractical,
dangerous, and in every way ill
advised." "William II. is a young man, with
only a superficial knowledge of the
vast question he has undertaken to
deal with, or perhaps in his igno
rance lie has confidence in the re
medy he suggests, but you may be
quite sure that Prince lJisnia'rck,
who is pulling the wires behind the
throne, is simply maneuvering to
catch the votes of his socialistic ene
mies iu the approaching elections."
M. lieaulieu continuing expressed
views similar to those of Sir Charles
Dilke, as to the impracticability of
concerted international labor reform
owing to the many disparities in the
conditions ol the different nations.
"No international congress," said
lie, "can ever make an Italian do as
much work as an American, nor can
an Ameiican workman hope to turn
out in a given lime a product which
will possess the artistic excellence
of u French article, for the French
man is essentially of an artistic na
ture." England has a great advan
tage iu having no enormous standing
army. Italy is at a disadvantage in
having no iron or coal. M. JJeau
lieu's further rcmaiks arc worth
quoting in full. He says:
"No; the idea is simply prepost
erous. Never yet have the nations
of Europe been able to agree upon
even the most elementary subject.
International congresses have tried
again and again to come to some
understanding on the sugar ques
tion', on the question of commercial
treaties, the question of a common
monetary system, a common system
of weights and measures and many
other questions, but they have never
succeeded and never will succeed
until you can do away with inter
national prejudice and jealousy.
"If the nations of Europe have
thus failed to ngrce in regard to
these comparatively trivial ques
tions, how can they ever hope to
agree upon such a vital fundamen
tal question as that which would de
termine how the poor man snail earn
his daily bread ; and even if such
an agreement were made who would
enforce it? Suppose one of the na
tions got tired of the contract and
refused to abide by it any longer,
who would compel obedience and
how? What would be done with
China, Japan and India, whoso mil
lions of cheap workmen will, in me
near future, become- veiy eiious
competitors in the labor mantels ot
the world? Would they be forced
to sign an agreement, and if so,
who would do the forcing? No, it
is all too absurd to be more than a
piece of political trickery."
A London special despatch says
that Kaiser Willielm'a endeavor to
combat social democracy by means
of state socialism is taken there as
proving that Prince Hismarck was
right when he predicted that the
Kaiser would be his own Chancellor.
The idea of a conference of the
leading nations, to consider the
amelioration of the condition of
workingmen, as the Kaiser suggests,
however, meets with a cool recep
tion in London. English competi
tion is already harassed at every
point by cheap German labor, long
hours of German woilt, and heavy
German import duties. It is believed
that the course taken by the hm
peror will cause a reduction in the
socialist vote at the coining election.
A Berlin correspondent slates the
main purpose of the Emperor's de
crees is to render unnecessary any
exceptional anti-socialist legislation
after the expiration of the limit
within which the present law has
force. The effect of the decrees
can only lie compaied to that pro
duced by the news of the Prussian
victories in ISM and in 1870. The
Empcior is spoken of as "The Beg
gars' Empeior" and in terms of
similar import. Another Berlin
correspondent believes that the
semi-olllcial journals are correct in
their statement that the Chancellor
acquiesces in the Emperor's social
istic policy, and observes that Bis
marck never cared a great deal for
There is no doubt, that the leaven
of a social revolution is working
throughout the civilized world. We
have even seen some of its effect iu
Hawaii undistinguished as the coun
try is for labor troubles apart from
the exceptional question of planta
tion labor. That a workingmen's
party could be organized and carry
the capital island in the elections in
side of four months is a suilleicnlly
remarkable phenomenon lo be in
itself viewed as a revolution.
rpiIE loinl Committee of the Merlin.
X ides' ito VYnrklnginen's I'nliilcni
Protective Union anil Ihu Hawaiian
Political Association will meet in the
K'niplitrf of Pythias Hull, fori street, on
fill DAY, Muich 7th. This Ocmirr.ittue
of Thirty sue requested to lit in attend,
mice at 7:!J0 o'clock l. M i-harp, us tmsi.
neis of importance will be siihniitteil to
Ilium. Per order.
W. II. STONE,
Honolulu, Match n, 1P1I0. 4!tt lit
BY a Married Mun at outside general
labor anil by Ids wife to do house.
Apply at No. 145 fort street.
Union Iron Works Co.
VTOTIOK i- hereby given that at a
.Li meeting of the fubscilber to-the
capital stock 'of the above mimed Coin
pauv held iu Honolulu, H. I., March
i!. IS'.)!!, It was voted to accept the.
Chatter of Coiporatlon dated March 1,
18110, for the term of llfty yeius, granted
bv the Hawaiian Government. The lla
bllilv of the stockholders is limited to
the 'amount due and unpaid on the
shares held. The following ollleeis
weie elected for the ensiling year:
.7. N.S. William-. Prcldcnt,
I!. More Secretary & Trea-tuer,
A. .1. Oartwilght Auditor.
The above named olllecr aNo consti
tute n lloaid of Director1.
IHU tin Secretary & Treasurer,
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual ineetiii!; of the stock,
holdeis of the OjIiii Il-tilwuy &
Land Co held Ibis day, the lolloping
ntllcers were elected for the ensuing
.1. II. l'a'y President,
,1,1 Dowsi-tt. ...1st Ylee.l'resiilent,
W 0. Wilder., .'ind Vice l'icaldciil,
It. Lowers :!ril Yice-I'icblder.t
W. O. Ashley Solidary,
C I' latikea Trensuier,
W f. Allen Auditor.
J. IJ, Castle, H.C.Allen, T. It. Walker,
J. O. Spencer
W. G. A&HLf.Y,
Honolulu. Feb. gi, lgffl. J'M Ivy
HAVING sold out my interest in the
tlnnof B Mojo -is Co to .1. N. S.
Williams, all persons iudebK.d In said
firm are requited to pay the nmnujitR of
their inilebudiHss to me, and all linyine,
accounts against said firm will pio'ini
them to mo for payment at the olliee of
H. More ic Co.
Tiini. it. LUCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, lfc!U). 1W u
WAIALAE BREEDING RAICH
Pedigrees of All
The following llin Animal" will
eland for service at the ranch, Wiilalae:
'1 liorotighbred .Stallion
Two Native Stallion
A HARVEST FOB DRUGGISTS.
The rii Has 1'i'uvi'tl a Itnnii to tin
lru Uihii iiouiHlerM.
1 did not know how prevalent the
"grip" had become until 1 got to
talking with a prominent diuggist
ycMenlay morning, wiiles a New
York Star cnntiibutor. He said:
"i'sually at this lime of the year
I put up about forty new prescrip
tions a day. This winter the num
ber has run slightly over a hundred
for the past ten weeks, and within a
few das has gone as high as 170.
The 'grip' lias done one thing which
may be of value to long-suffering
humanity, and that is in showing
how absolutely woithless weie neaily
all the cough cures and remedies
now iu the market. Of the hundred
pieparations which have been used
with success iu other but similar disease.-,
notonehasproveduseliil in the
present emergency. But there has
been a tremendous demand for a
few standard good-'. The call for
antipyrine, which, though new, is a
medicine in fever cases, has been so
great that the supply is almost ex
hausted, and in many instances in
the past fortnight apothecaries have
been unable to fill proscriptions in
which it was a component part.
Quinine lias gained in popularity,
and appears lo be the only medicine
which all doctors agree upon as
being bcnelicial in the present crisis.
Another curious fact has been the
sudden demand for something that
is very old-lashioned namely,
leeches. Yesterday I sold fifty
leeches alone, as many as iu limes
past as I would have sold iu a
month, or possibly a year. At least
one-fourth of Ihc'pDpuIation of New
Yoik arc now in the doctors' hands."
TO LET or LEASE
ON Yoiinir Mitel, opposite
lee Works, a Small
Cottiiiro eonliiiiiiiiix 4 rnonn:
Ituse stable ninl ymd, arlcsinn water
iniil on; very desirable for hack or dray
business. Apply to
10 If At 10. U. Hull Ahon.
Heal Estate For Sale.
rpWO Houses and Lots on
I l'nlu.llfi I..1IW. I'-llntn:,.
22hj2S Convenient to sti inn and train
euis. Very healthy loculilv. J.ot on
ICinir street, near lluinauku'h lme. for
particulars apply to
JOHN f. BOWLKH
Or Cleis. T. OulicU. I m :1m
A N active Ameiican, Kiislisliman or
German, of good habits mid char
acter, wlio also speaks Hawaiian, ninl
eun luniith lltst-class lcfcienco', niiiy
obtain a permanent s-it nation as Col.
lector, by mldussinjr; I. O. liux No.
HOUSE to KENT.
ALAKGE 2 Story House,
llrM class in evcy ics.
in-ct. wiih all necessary out.
buildings, tine lavn, shade ticc, llower
beds, etc, very desirably located within
10 minutes' walk of the Post Olllne, will
lie leased for one. or inoie years, at a
reasonable rental to a sclejl private
family. Applv nt
HAWAIIAN HfSINKSS AGKNCY.
Furnished House To Ieb
AT Waikiki, a two s
looms nlrclv furnished, with
kitclicn, lanal, tiath mm servjntw room?,
stihle, ete , to let for a leiv months at a
luaronablu rate. Or rooms will he let
sbmly with jnod tiihlo hoard.
HAWAIIAN I5USINKSS AGKNCY.
Valuable Property For Sale
ON Nutinnu Avenue, a
w.i 1 1. r,iiili.ii..il "ifo..,
Kifl lloui-e conluiutlii; H looms,
kilchoi, bathroom, closets, (Mii-higu
house, f table, heneiy, etc. Uir.uinls
contain 2 2 10 iieies, well laid out iu
lawns tlimti: and fiuit tices, Mowers,
elo Will he sold low, with or without
lurniHiie, hoises, euiilageh, livesUi-K,
ami a'l the appointments needed in a
llrst.ciass jc-diicncc, as thu owner in.
lends leaving tliese Islands.
HAWAIIAN IJUSINKSS AGKNtlY.
AI.AHOK iissorluient of riioto'jraphs
and Steieoscopic Views ot the
most altiacllvi) scenery, bulldliij;, ele,
In these islands, for sale at leasumiblo
'"jIAWAHAX IHIhlN'KSS AOl'.XUY.
Coiner l-'oit and Meiehant streets.
)INGip'JS0 Mutual Tolepho ie for
"L (idnrleM Kxcavatioa.
rpHU l'aei)le llardwaio Co. havejmt
X uoulvid a laige lot of Dub ich In
bulk, wldeli they aie mjIIIiiij J.ow.
Stallion'' of vnilous breed.
Marc with or without foal.
lIop.es for any purpo-c.
A Sl.llful Ureal.cr ami Trainer if cm
ilo. oil on the i audi.
EwJ" Satisfaction l gnaitintecd In
hicaldug ami training lioies.
(late City Stone Filler !
The-io Filter au easily eh'uiwed.
and NKVr.lt become OlCACKfl) or
CKA.K1) by change of temperatme of
The Filtering Mi ilium is n XATl'It I,
STONI-:, mined fiom thee.iilh. It is
unlike any oilier stone.
It Does Not Absorb and
Deeome Foul !
LMITJMTIKS never I'F.NKTKATK
It, lit i r He on the suifuci, mid iiiteruali.
Iho stone leiuailis ns line mid white
after year- of ne as when t-il.eu lioni
The (Jale City Stone Miter Is a per
fect Htcecss. It i the only real tiller I
liave eer seen. I would not he without
one for any einisldeiatloii. It comcit-;
our lake water Into thu best drinking
water lit the world.
llr.Ni.v M. Lyman, M. I).,
.:::'. Wet Adams St ,, Chicago.
3T" fO'r Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opj osite Spriekcls t Co.V lianl;,
1 i)i it Foil sued, Honolulu,
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice,
Alio, Saddle Hortco,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Carts,
IIAV or MlillT.
l'ropilctors, Illlo, Hawaii.
OST Ot tiers reeeied bv Telephone tfl
rot: sai.i: uv
till No. $ Klnstieet. aw
Departure Bay Goal!
V.k Hat), "C. D. Whltmote."
I OK n.M.l- AT
ALLEN &, RGB6IMSON,
llltl No. It! Queen -ti eel. 1 1 in
-roi: sai.i: nv iin:
1"INGP'--U Mutual Telephone for
.t Od in less Excavation. -ltJii tf
b E s tin
Is issuing a new form of inmiraneo which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all 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 witli interest; or, instead of accepting the policy mid profit's in cash the letral holder
may, WITHOUT JUKI HCALKX AMI NATION and WlTllorTEUBTHEU PAYMENT OK I'KKMIUMS, lake iu
lieu thereof the amount of policy and prollts in Fl'LLY PAH) UP insurance, paiticipaling annually in dividends!.
Remember, this contract is Issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company iu the United States, and the Lar
gest financial Institution iu the Woild, its assets exceeding One Hundred anil Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
JCy For full particulars call on or
Fresh Cakes, Pies5 Buns,
Kieneli III end,
gjgr And will be DELIVERED F ItKE of CHARGE to any p.nt of the city. &g
IIIT-. T IfAlCIC:
Ci.ll" ', Tim, Chocolate Milk,
Homed Pig's feet, Cold Ham,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced lieef, Sal.uhi, Etc,
I'ipe it Cijsnrelto Tohiiuco,
gfi?" Open fiom :!:!!( . m. until !:!!() r. m. Saluiday night, open
Mutual Telephone 211. Posit Olliee Box 178.
niminit mm 1 1 win i in wwnm tuniTmLi3tKBm-j3mm'aawBmKammwaMwuamBmmrzj,j,Ll.'m2L!?m - 't - -m
I Am il LiillliHUC WUImd iiUlflrflllli
umi -. mm
Solo rroprictors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiger Alii, Hon Ale, bnMm, Mmfa, Siirsajarilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
dy All I'oniinunU'.ntioiiH and ordors sliouUl b) addressed lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
AT 11 J "a
&5y lri. J XJ
NOW that the rainy season is upon
its everybody w.into a door mat
Unit will he mi oiiinmeiil at the front
door, :uid will thoroughly do the wurl(
required of it, TI.e
lliii'lmaii Steel Wire Hat!
Is jti-l the thing. It cannot become
soaked by tain, as is th c-ifi with liber
mall, and it always keeps ckau. Heine;
made of (jalvaui.ed Wire
They Cannoi Rust
As do many of the wire mats now in
life. Thai nri fir superior to and far
more durable than llbei or lubber. Can
lie. hal oi Steel Wire at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Oppiaile Sniccl;cls& Co's II ink,
4 tf Foil street, Honolulu.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN A1 Vessel will be ilespatcbcd for
Honolulu to sail fiom Xew York
Iu n)l the mouth of Aw II. tJrilers lor
goods lo be slllppeil by tills vessel
,.lioiilil be forwarded as early as possi
ble to liistiie shipment For further
pailleiilars lniiilie of the Agent",
llmiolubi. II. I.
Or, W.H.C'HOSSMAX.-i HR).,
T7 i: 7tl II load si rent,
IS.1 Sm New Yrl City.
Ex "Zealand in."
A I.AIK1I. i:ONSONMi:NT fit'
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
UNION FEED CO.
ODF" "sxjsrw yoimb:
Y and GOF
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO ORDKR
Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Bolls,
MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
A I.AIKSK AH.SOI.'IMI'NT 01
Pipes, Cigar & Ciarotto
IT I : LE
Our Client Annual Iteinnnnt Kale, which is so eagerly looked for by
COMMENCES THIS SATURDAY
And will surpass any that has ever taken place at this or any other
KEUIXAXTS IX Alili lKlATJIKNTS !
We nitist sell our Heninants and you will be glad to buy tboin at low prieeu
at wbieh they are ollered. Ue sure to be on hand Saturday.
X. II. All ooiIm Marked ivilli Plain Fiiinrcn und Hold t'oi CnHli Only
Chas. J. FISHELS,
-The Leading Jlillinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
UIovlc. TSo. 77
Ffeii, Eilisl 'M American Dry nil Fancy GooHs,
CHILDRENS pl.OTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have just received by last Australia a lino line of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard !
.lust the material for Spring and Summer Wear.
Creat Reduction Sale !
Al-TKR TAKING STOCK I IAVE RKDUCKI) JIANY LINKS OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OV THE FOLLOWING fJOOjis
ri;ill ?clrita.iy 'J0t.1i, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves 1
(I and 8 Ruttons in perfect order nt $1 a pair CJreat Bargains'.
All my DRF.SS (UNlillAMS about 110 riecen to (-elect from are ollered at
Cobt Price. A unmll lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction I
IUJa'd THIS A largo astorlmont of RKAD THIS
VTWHrrJEJ IR,IUSS GOODS,
StH'li as I'iqiH'a, Knibtoideied SwiFtos, Tndia Linen, Vlain Swiss, Xtdnrnp; ant
inn ny other lines of Whilo (Joodn. I will t-ell at HH'li a
prieo that overybody will buy theip.
gjST Remember, February UHli will cloi-o HiIh Stile, jgffl
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
pr Snap, Coffee Cate, Etc., Glc.
Hoi (lew, Cold Drinkf, Etc..
Bell Telephone 'J82.
- iMn-wi i m
& FOltT STltEETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.