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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, IT. L, MARCH 14, 1890.
Foreign OHlo Notlw.
FOIIKIUN OtTK'K, I
Honolulu, H.I., iM m i'li HI, 1MH..
This ilny liail audience of Hm
Hit Excellency John I. Steven-,
United States Minister Resident;
Commander Eilwin M. Sluiimnl,
U. S. N., Commandine, U. S. S. Mo
Nnvnl Ciulct William W. Phelps,
U. S. N.;
To which audience His Excellency
John L. Stevens was iutroihiccil by
His Excellency Hon. Joint. Austin,
His Majesty's Minister of Foreign
Allans, anil Naval Cadet Phelps by
His Majesty was attended on this
occasion by His Excellency Hon.
Jonn. Austin, Minister of Foreign
Atlairs; Jas. W. Robertson, Esq.,
His Majesty Wice-Chainbcrlain, and
Col. the Hon. Robert Hoapili Maker,
A. 1). C. 502 It
Pledged to nnthcr Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, MAK. H, 18510.
Tin; Advertiser gives implied
praise to the police for their alacrity
in catching two pigs in front of the
station. Were the pigs greased, or
the gallant olllceis' palms? Our con
temporary's editorials occasionally
beem to omit the main point.
Among the statutes passed at the
late session of the British Parlia
ment was one "to regulate the sale
of horsellesh for human food."
Wonder if Anglomanias on this
side of the Atlantic would say neigh
to horse steak?
Funny, is it not? The Advertiser
claims a Reform Party victory, but
says the action of the beaten party
has dished the treaty at Washing
ton ! If the National Reform Party
is so iulluential in defeat, what a
great power would it not be in vic
tor v ?
If you would hear a five o'clock
tea gossiper, listen to this chirrup
ing in the Advertiser: "The Hulu:
ns's correspondents never seem to
have any point to their communica
tions. .Slung and cuss words arc all
they generally contain." "Never,"
that is, "hardly ever," the anti
thesis of "generally !" Good boy!
Now turn up "cuss" in the dictionary-
Mr. Theo. II. Davies has contri
buted to the Atlveitiscr a calm and
foiciblo protest against the now de
funct draft of treaty ceding the in
dependence of the country. He
was absent when the question was
alive, but, as the Advertiser llrst
gave the intelligence that the scheme
was killed in the same issue with his
letter, Mr. Davies ' expressed his
views as one deeply interested in the
WHY HOT HERE?
In some sugar-raising countries
of experience it has been decided
that it is better to keep the planting
and manufacturing interests separ
ate, than to join the two in one.
That is, for the planter to be simply
a taiser of sugar cane, and the mill
owner simply a converter of the cane
into sugar, the latter purchasing the
cane of, the former or making it into
sugar for him at a price. In fact,
doing what is almost universally
done in wheat-growing countries by
wheat farmers and millers.
This system is apparently not
much in favor here, a very limited
number of plantations being con
ducted upon it. Some years ago it
was considerably talked about, and
quite a number of experiments in
that line were inaugurated ; but
most of those who engaged in plant
ing on shares ultimately gave it up,
many having first sunk all the capi
tal they had at the start.
Now, what was the cause of the
failure? Is there any siillleicnt rea
son why the system which is pro
nounced, the most satisfactory else
where should not prove equally sa
tisfactory here? Arc thero condi
tions peculiar to the country which
make it- inoperative? These arc
questions which practical and expe
rienced planters are the most com
petent to answer. Undoubtedly,
extravagance barred (he success of
V) d&tfail&&M:l&LJ2.'S r, '. . ' . J .JjoX&.iam. ,?,?- f.t-i f-, --i 'i r-.-.nf fr7fnSrWiTr4iMrW t
many a mntfwho began sugar cul
ture on these islands with hopeful
prospects. In numerous Instances
where failure occurred, practical ex
perience of the industry, combined
with economical management, might
have led on to fortune. This ap
plies both to planters who planted
for mills owned by others and to
planters who planted for their own
mills. Hut aside from these indi
cated causes of failure, those who
confined themselves to planting were
heavily handicapped by the term
imposed by the mllU. The latter
look the lion's share of the sugar
for their part. We are aware of no
conditions peculiar to the country
which necessarily prevent arrange
ments equitable to planter and ma
nufacturer, by which each may se
cure his fair proportion of returns
of capital anil labor, and by keeping
the two departments harmoniously
separate make them work together
to the satisfaction of both.
Editor Huixktin: This morn
ing's 1'. C. A. complains that your
correspondents never seem to have
any point to their communications.
We therefore send you the following
and, in doing so, our only defense
is that we mean no offense. Hut,
we got our I on a fence, and water
fence! It was a deformed fence, it
was a political fence, and it had a
nigger in it. It looked as though
he had sat on it and pulled a peaked
picket up. Now we don't liku to
sec anyone picked upon, not even a
fence.it should be railed against.
Hut we want to know where the
balance of Honolulu is going to.
Don't pick it, but nail the nigger in
it, and wo will know of what na
tionality he is. Where is the point ?
CERTIFICATE FROM 'WAY BACK.
Kd'itok Bi'i.ixtin: It is not at
all surprising that the party, so un
expectedly defeated in the late cam
paign, should sock consolation from
some source. Its leaders had a pre
monition that they might require
the aid of one whose skill had been
tried and never found wanting.
Looking back a few years they found
this testimonial to the adroitness of
one, who, having in some way
"found who his friends" were, is
a marked example of one that may
be a truly "reformed" partisan.
Don't print this endorsement of the
"candidate of 80 lunas" lest you
have a libel suit on your hands, un
less indeed published Parliamentary
proceedings are privileged. Here it
" with his characteristic
gentlemanliuess and sense of fair
ness moved that the resolution be
adopted and the previous question
be put. If the member from II. . .
was a stiff, cold corpse, and a ques
tion should come up within sound of
him involving the personal character
of a man, and that man had had no
opportunity to speak m self-defense,
1 should expect that the lion. J. L.
K 's blackened and shrivelled
lips would form themselves into a
motion for tiie 'previous question,'
and his bony skeleton hand be raised
to vote in favor of his own motion.
For the sake of the reputation of
mv native country and the Hawaiian
. race, I am glad that the mover of
this motion was not a native Hawai
ian, but the sou of an alien."
When the Iteforui nominations for
Oahu were made there was much
curiosity to know if it were a truce,
or a treaty of perpetual peace be
tween, the" two the above belliger
ents. The (J. O. P. has found in
stant and pressing need of all the
tact and parliamentary experience it
can command, and by a most strik
ing coincidence, the very man who
excels in the use of that parliament
ary bludgeon, "previous question,"
is in the lloor. The organization of
an evenly divided House is at stake,
which makes it hazardous to wait
for the action of the Parliament it
self to judge the qualification of its
own members. The "previous ques
tion," as it were, is moved in tltc
Police Court. Of course the claim
ant's learned counsel did not con
sent to answer there unless the law
so provided. The most noticeable
thing about it is the personality of
the contestant and the make-up of
the party behind him. Outis.
Hawaii Nei, Mar. 4, 1890.
SEVERAL MILLIONS UNINVESTED.
Kimtoi! Bl'i.m:tin : While con
versing with a well-informed gentle
man of the city, I was 'surprised to
hear him say that there were four
teen ndllions of uninvested capital
lyiiifr idle in the hands of four or five
missionary (Inns, belonging to them
selves aiid to others of the same
stripe. Coming from the source it
did, and knowing the usurious na
ture of the professing Christian of
to-day, at least here in Hawaii, I
was led to look back and study the
character of the present possessors
of so much wealth In so short a
period, and the source from which
this amount of capital received its
start. My astonishment was not at
all lessened when the names of the
parlies were mentioned, as they
were all or nearly nil descendants
or connections by marriage of the
old, blue-blooded puritan stock that
came all the way from the world'H
centre, Boston, to civilize, Immun
ize, mid Christianize the heathen
Hawaiian, as tlio world lia9 been led
to bcllovo by thorn ns a fact. Natur
ally enough, in my contemplations
at such unprecedented success
among missionaries in the things of'
tliis world, I looked up the life and
example of the Great Moral Teacher,
whom these professors had led the
poor and uninitiated Hawaiians to
believe they were humbly following,
to sec how much worldly wealth he
enjoyed and left to his immediate
followers when he was here on eaith.
I was more than astonished to see
the difference between Him, whom
these missionaries called their Mas
ter, and then the professing dis
ciples. In glancing over the pages
of the good Hook, to sec what
amount of property the apostles left
to be divided among their followers,
I was surprised that they too only
owned a staff and a scrip, and In
ruminating over the precious vol
ume, I cm me across what one of
them said about riches and their re
sults to those who would be heaping
them up just about this time. His
Christian name was James, and if
the reader will take the trouble, he
can readily verify the quotation by
looking at the II ft.Ii chapter of a
book which he wrote A. I). GO. The
quotation is as follows:
"Go to now, ye rich men, weep
and howl for your miseiies that
shall come upon you. Your riches
are corrupted, and your garments
are moth eaten. Your gold and sil
ver is cankered, and the rust of
them shall be a witness against you,
and shall eat your llesh as it were
with lire. Vc have heaped treasures
together for the last days. Behold
the hire of tlte laborers who have
reaped down your fields, which is of
and kept back by fiaud, ciieth;
you the ci ics of them which have
reaped are entered into the ears of
the Lord of Snbaotli. Ye have lived
in pleasure on the earth, and been
wanton, 'ye have nourished your
heart as in a day or slaughter, i e
have condemned and killed the just;
and he doth not resist you."
The lilting application of the
foregoing, from the sacred volume,
to the present inordinate desire on
the part of the Lord's professing
followers for accumulating wealth,
needs no further comment from
Pompous parly So you are the
exchange editor, young man. Nan
tically speaking, you are a clipper?
Searnelle No. Inasmuch as I
ply the scissors for a living, I am a
revenue cutter. Pittsburgh Mulle
in). Customer I sec you advertise:
"Umbrellas recovered while 3011
Shopkeeper Yes.Jsir ; certainly,
Customer Well, I lost an um
brella a year ago last fall, and I
guess I'll sit down here while you
iccovcr it for me. Boston Herald.
Druggist Mr. Mixer, what is all
that stuff down cellar?
Clerk Oh, that's some medicine
that there's no sale for. It's Drake's
Digestion Provocative. 1 thought of
getting the old junk man to carry it
Druggist Nonsense! Change ils
name. Cull it the Influenza Anui
hilutor, and we'll get rid of it fast
enough. Moston Transcript.
New Reporter I say, Mr. Editor,
J'd like to know
Editor What would you like to
"A prominent citizen has broken
his neck on a toboggan slide."'
"Well, what of it!"
"I'm puzzled to know whether the
item comes under the head of Sport
ing News or Society Gossip."
"Meg pardon for intruding, sir,
but I have here a sovereign remedy
for neuralgia, nervousness, loss of
sleep, lame back, sore throat, warts,
corns, salt rheum " (Indignant
ly) "Sir, this is the olllce of the
Exponent of Christian Science. We
have no use for medicines. They
arc useless. They arc humbugs,
sir!" "Chilblains, liver complaint,
freckles, bronchitis, and n .sure cure
for ingrowing toe nails, which I
should liko to adveilisc in your pe
riodical, six inches, double column,
top of page, next pure reading mat
ter, one year, with privilege of
changing once a month." "Glad
to sec you, sir. Take a chair."
MltS. OSIiORNK Is now prepared to
give histriuulons hi Fancy Work
at ''The Arlington," Room (I. Cla.
Lcsso'iis. : Mondays, WYiliii'.-ilays. mid
Fridays. Private les-ons by .special
arrangement. Stamping and orders
promptly atlended to. fchgl-ly
Dr. M. E. GROSSMAN,
Hctiirncil on the Australia nad hns re.
stimuli prnclicu at his former nlHci. IIS
Hotel siren'. 40'itf
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Foit street to I'o
hello Lane, I'nlmna.
Okkici: Houus: t) a. m. to 12 m. and
v. m. to D v. M.
Mulual G08"aTELEPII0NESfiiffir0cll 47S
A Cure i'ov Influenza !
n. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COIt-
DIAL, one of tin best lemcdlis
ever prepared for couphs, asthma, hmg
nml chest trouble, and n great relief
to wliooplnc rough and throai all'cctlon.
Ask for Dr. Lozier's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial enld nt
IIOT.T.IrVl'KK & CO,,
(And BKNSON, SMITH & CO.
J, T. WATERHOUSE
Will hereafter make n specialty
Crockery, Chinawarc, Glassware and
X-.mii i ltmtlncsH.
fihow rooms over the hardware ilepiit.
incut, Queen struct.
I" A largo nnil conip'clc slt.eli Int.
United illicct from the nmiitifm'tiiiir.i
mid now to hand liy recent ariivuls.
An Inspection is H.illmlert. 4'JIJ tw
ion sai.i: IIV '
I'.ll No. 8!! klligMH'i't. f'-'W
NEW YORK LINE !
AN Al Vessel will be dispatched for
Honolulu to will from New York
In all tint tiniiilh of April. Older- for
Kooil to he shipped by thN vc-M'l
should Ins forwarded as early rn pnl
hli to Iiimiii' -hlpimut For fiirllii'i
pnitlculais tiuiuhv of tint AgcnK
Or. V. It. CIIOSSMAX & UltO..
77 & "! I. load Micef,
New York City.
Departure Bay Coal !
Kx li.irl; "(.'. O. Whllinoie."
rot: sAi.r at
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
WOT, No. -II. Queen lrcet. P"i
ELECTION or OFFICERS.
AT the iitintml ineeliitgof IhePcoplcs'ii
Ice & KufriKiiriiting Co, held
TUESDAY, Mauli IHIi, Hie following
olllceis, who conniiule nlso the Hoard
of Dircclorp, were elected:
W. O. Smllh President,
.lona. Austin Vice.Prcfllilmit,
( I ()rtth' Sicietnry,
(J It l$ihlioi Triusurcr,
T. W. Holirou Aiiilllnr.
;. P. CASTLE,
500 lOt Secretary P. I. & R. Co.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the Mock
holders of the Inti'i'-Mantl Stwiin
Navigation Co, (L'd). held thl-ilny,
the following otlleers were elected for
the ensuing year:
VI. IJ. Godfrev President,
.7. Kim Vlcc.Pie.sltlent,
.1 L. Jlcl.i'nu Si'cri'tarv,
W. II. McLean TreaMirer,
T. V. II0I11011 Auditor.
V. It. Godfrey, O. N. Wilcox, .T.
Kna and .M. I'. Jtolilnsoii
Secretary 1. I.S.N. Go.
Honolulu. March I, lb'.if). I'.Kl Iw
ELECTION ol' OFFICERS.
AT the annual incullng of the slock
liolilciM of the O.din Hallway A,
Land Co hctil this day, the fo'louhiK
olllcets weie elected for the ensuiiir
.1. 1 Dowsctl.
W. C. Wilder.
It. Lowers ...
W. O. Afehloy.
(!. 1' Iiiuhi'ii..
W F. Allen...
J. 1). Castle, S. (.'..Alien, T. 15. Walker.
.1. O. Spencer.
.V. G. ASHLEY,
Honolulu, Feb. S, 18! 0. 4!)li 1 w
Union Iron Works Co.
XTOTIOK Is hereby given that at a
IA meeting of the subset lljers to the
capital snick of the above named Com
pany held hi Honolulu, II. I., March
I!. IS'.iO, It was voted to accept the
Chailer of Corporation dated Mm eh 1.
181)0, for the term of llfly yeais, granted
by the. Hawaiian Government. The lia
bility of the stockholders is limited to
the amount dim and unpaid on the
shares held. The following olllcers
were elected for the ensuing year:
.T.N. S. Williams ..President,
Jt. More Secretary & Treasurer,
A. .1. Csti t wrlght Auditor.
Tho above named olllcers also consti
tute u Hoard of Directors.
llili lm Secretary A:'lieauiiT.
frU) purohiitc, a SiT.ond.lmnd H-ifo.
L Apply at I his olllce. 41 1) 1 w
JL UorscH for pack.
Ing. Apply nt the
Hawaiiun l'acillc Ca.
- bio Works, foot of
COPIES of the Daily Itiii.Lr.TiN, of
the dales specllled below, fin cciiIh
a copy will bu paid for tlin eiiiiiii on
delivery at this olllce:
.luiuinry 1, 1NH, a 'iiIm.
frVlii'iiury 4, 1NS, it .'iili'w.
ITIIRHWOOJ) for ralo f.t Hawaiian
' Commercial Halcsrnoni", corner of
(Jiiceii iml N minim streets. W8 tf
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO,,
OF TV13 W YOXfcK
Is issuing a new form of insurance .which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to llie amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive n given number of years, the Company will
return all the premium!) paid with interest; or, instead of nccepliug the policy and profits in cash the leual holder
may, WITHOUT MIMICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FDRTI1KR PAYMENT OK PKKMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticipating annually in 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 exceeding One Hundred ami Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
BSy For full particulars call on or
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Mill; Hi cad,
Fiench II read,
ail Saloon Bread,
gjST And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any pail of tint city. Jf$
1JIJL.L ol ITAltK:
Collie, Ten, Chocolate fc Milk, ,
Soured Pig's Feet, Cold Hani,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Deof, Sii1.u1:, Klu.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS,.!
A I.AHOR AflSOIITMKXT OF
11 pe & Cigarette Tobacco, Pipes, Cigar & Ci "livedo Holders, Cold Drinks, Elo.
gjST Open from .1 rltO A. M.
Mutual Telephone 211. 'Post Olllce
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, : CREAM :-and-: PLAIN : SODA,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale, Hog Ale, Greiafliie, Rasiirfafle, Sarsaparilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
tea' All coiitinimicntions
These Fillers aro easily cleansed,
and NKVKlt become ClcACKHl) or
UltAZKI) by change of t-niperatuio of
The FlllerliigMedhun I n NATURAL
STOXK, mined from thiienith. It Is
millKo any other stone.
It Dot's Not Absorb and
liccomo Foul !
LMPITKITircS neer PKXKTHATK
It, hut He mi the surface, and Internally
the stone leinahis as pure and while
after years of use ns when taken from
The Gntu City Stone Filler is n per
fect success. It Is the only real tiller 1
have out seen. I would not be without
one for any consideration. It conveits
our lake witcr Inlo the best drinking
water hi llu; world.
HcMir M. Lyman, M. I).,
ii:i:i Weft Adams Si , Chicago.
tW For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Op- o ite FprcnUels ,fc Co.'a Uanlt,
lit) tf Fort street, Honolulu.
roi sali: iiy Tin:-
Gate City Stoue Filter.!'
BAKERY and COFFEE SALOON.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OUDEK
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
Jimilite, Giiiter Snags,
until 0:.tt) v. M. Suluulay night, open
- . o
nml mfcr& should bo ntUlroHHOd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO., .
Our Great Annual
Remnant Sale, which
COMMENCES THIS SATURDAY
And will wirpass any that lintt ever taken place nt this or any other
UKMXANTS IS ALL 1KIA11TMKXTM !
We must hell our ;Reninants and yon will he glad to buy them nt low priced
at which' tlicy am od'ercd. He tmrc to ho on hand Saturday.
X. It. All uo1h niurkcil Willi I'luln I'lureH uutl Null! 1'iir CunIi Only
Chas. J. FISHELS,
Tho Leading Millinery House, Corner Port & llotol sin.
111 ' . " ' '
IMoliiui'iiy Uloolc. No. 77 J.'ort fell root.
,' ' IMPORTERS OP
French, Einlisli id American Dry ail Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have just received by last Australia a fine lino of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard I
Just tho material for Spring and Slimmer Wear.
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AKTKK TAK1NC1 STOOK I HAVE 11EDUOR1) MANY LINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
rJ?ill Fobruary 15tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
0 nml. 8 notions in perfect order nt-!fl a pair Orcat Bargniiip.
All my DHE'SS GINGHAMS about MO pieccH to select from are offered nt
Cost l'ricc. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great. Reduction !
HEAD THIS A largo assortment of HEAD THIS
WHITE DRESS GOODS,
Such ns Piques, Enibroidorcd Swisses, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nainsook and
lnany'otjier lines of White Goods. I will sell nt such a
, price that everybody will buy them.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Coffee Gates, lie, 1;.
all night. Dell Telephone 'J82.
ia so eagerly looked for liy
15tl will closo this Sale
Corner llotol & Fort Streets,
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