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tAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., MAKCI1 37, 1800.
Latest ForeignM s
PMtrril to neither Sect nor ltrtyt
But ettablishnl for the bent fit of all,
MONDAY, MAIL 17, 1800.
Queen Victoria has assented to
the Queensland 1)111 restricting Chi
nese immigration, which was re
served by Acting Governor Sir
Arthur rainier for the signification
of Her Majesty's pleasure.
The Advertiser is mingling psycol
ngical divination with grammatical
demonstration. It will soon, judg
ing by tlds morning's efforts, be
able to say whether the lluu.r.Tix
thinks that, it rained to-morrow, or
the Klele that it will blow yesterday.
There being some complaint heard
about expected letters not received,
we have been requested to publish
the fact that the mail car on the
west-bound fast train, with all its
contents, was burned at Hluc Creek,
Ttali, the morning of Feb. 21. This
will probably account for some dis
appointments in the mail received
bv the Zealantlia.
The proposed organization of a
Chess Club in Honolulu should meet
with every encouragement. There
are in this city a number of amateur
players above the average. The fu
sion of these with inferior ones will
i-upiovc the general average of ex
cellence. The game is one calling
into requisition all the traits and
qualities which characterize general
ship. As there i3 no present pros
pect of Hawaii achieving great mili
tary prestige let us see what renown
awaits her in this miniature warfare.
Paul Neumann is
' through the States.
Mr. 1 A. Dias arrived at Madeira
on his labor immigration mission Ja
Mr. C. S. Noyc3, of the Washing
ton Star editorial statf, has come to
visit tha islands, accompanied by
Miss Van Tassel, sister of .1. Van
Tassel the aeronaut, lately made a
parachute jump from a height of
TiOOO feel at Newcastle, N. S. W.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. AVichman,
whose marriage in Oakland has been
lpported in this paper, arrived by
the Zealantlia. Much joy and wel
come! lion. Paul Isenberg, of II. I lack
feld & Co., and Noble elect lor
Kauai, has returned hale and hearty
after an absence of about two years
in the Fatherland.
lion. II. M. Whitney, manager of
the Hawaiian Gazette Publishing
Co., lias returned from a brief visit
to the Coast, looking much rejuven
ated from the change of air and
Miss Annie Elliott, who arrived
by the Zealanclia, has come to lake
charge of the Hamilton House. She
was here last year, spending some
lime at Waikiki Villa, and is
well qualified for a successful caterer.
Mr. .1. Mort Oat, a few years ago
the wag of Merchant street, has
dropped down in the midst of us
after several years' absence in Cali
fornia. He has been hailed with
pleasure by many old friends since
the arrival of the Zcalandia.
Miss M. Kelly, chief milliner at the
Popular Millinery House, came back
by the Zcalandia from a two months'
furlough, during which with renew
ed spirits she has doubtless gather
ed the latest ideas in bonnets and
hats. This the ladies will not be
slow to test for themselves.
Mr. Fishel is remodeling his
dressmaking department in good
style. Mrs. Rentier, who arrived
by the Zealandm, will take charge
of this branch. She is a first-class
dressmaker and fitter, who guaran
tees only one fitting as necessary.
Mrs. Rentier will be pleased to have
the ladies of Honolulu call on her
and give her a trial.
The Zcalandia has brought more
whaling maters to meet their ves
sels, viz. : Capt. Cook of the An
drew Hicks, Capt. Fisher of the bark
Alaska, Capt. Kelly of the Kliza,
Capt. Knowles of the Lydia, Capt.
Millard of the James Allen, Capt.
K. Smith of the bark htainboul, and
Capt. Devoll of the It. II. Rarstow,
now on the way out from New Hert
ford. The party composed of Dr. Kim
ball, President, and George C. Pot
ter, Secretary of the Hoard of
Health, Dr. Hradley of the Nipsic,
Dr. LuU of the Receiving Hospital
at Kalilii, Miss Sweet, Examiner
reporter, and Sister Rose Gertrude,
which left on the Hawaii last Wed
nesday for a visit to the Leper Set
tlement, returned Sunday morning
Sun YiNicsco, March 8, vcrS. S.
nrcK sL'tiAit HF.coM.Mr.Nir.i.
A Washington despatch of March
4 says the Republican members of
the House committee on ways and
means have determined to admit
raw sugarjfrec and give a bounty of
two cents a pound for domestic
sugar. The laiiff bill was then
Congress passed tlie bill giving
Oakland $:10(),0()0 for a public build
lug. The Seattle Insurance Co. is in
the hands of a receiver. It lost
heavily in the Seattle and Spokane
It is reported that an English
syndicate has bought all the Haiti
more oyster establishments, having
an annual output nearly twenty
Cutting of passenger rates is
going on keenly. March 7 the immi
grant rate from New York to Colo
rado points was 828. Fares are re
duced to all points west of the Mis
sissippi. William A. Clarke, one of the
Senators from Montana, has begun
suit in New York against the French
copper trust for S2f0,000 damages,
on account of a bicacli of contract
to buy from him the entire produc
tion of his mines in Montana during
1S8!) and 1800 at 12 cents per
It is reported in New York that
the sugar trust on the Gth declared
a cash dividend of 2S percent for
the present quarter.
J. M. Donahue, a young million
aire, died at the Palace Hotel, San
Francisco, March li, in the ."1st year
of his age. He was president of the
San Francisco aud Noith Pacific
Thirteen foundries in and about
San Francisco aie closed owing to a
stiike started by the moulders.
Cramp Hros. were to launch the
cruiser New nil; on St. Patrick's
Abraham Lincoln, son of Roljcrf.
Lincoln, United States Minister to
England, died at 11 o'clock on the
morning of the full, in London.
The body will bo transferred to the
family tomb at Springfield, Illinois.
Queen Victoria sent a message of
sympathy to the bereaved Minister.
A combination of wholesale sugar
dealers that has existed in New York
and New England for two years is
now projected to be extended over
the whole country. F. B. Thurber,
who is the leader, says it is not a
trust but is intended to prevent- irre
gularity of prices and culling below
Gus Lambert, a non-professional
athlete of Troy, N. Y., used up
Jackson, the Australian colored
bruiser, in four rounds, at the
above city, 3th inst.
Slosson was winner in the billi
Rear Admiral Kimbeily has been
ordered to act as president of the
Naval Hoard of Inspection and Sur
vey. Representative Taylor of Illinois
introduced a bill to provide for a
postal telegraph system.
DEATH OF GEO. C. WILLIAMS.
Geo. C. Williams, an old resident
of the Hawaiian Islands, died at the
Occidental Hotel, San Francisco,
March ."j, aged " years. He left
here for California in May last in
hopes of recruiting his failing
health, but, finding no relief at any
of the health resorts in the State, he
resumed quarters at the hotel above
named with calm resignation to the
ineitable. The funeral services were
conducted by the Rev. J. A. Ciu
zan assisted by the Rev. Dr. Frear,
both former residents of the island:.,
Mr. Cruzan having been as well a
comrade of the lamented gentleman
in Geo. W. Dc Long Post, G. A. It.,
in this city. The pall-bearers were
chosen from the Masons, Odd Fel
lows, G. A. R., and business men
with whom relatious had been held
hy the deceased. Hie body was
deposited in the vault of the Masonic
cemetery, pending the decision of
Mrs. Williams as to having it re
moved to the islands.
Mr. Williams had been for over
twenty years a sugar planter
on these islands, his last active ser
vice having been as manager of
the largest plantation on the group
that of the Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Company, at Sprockets
villc, Maui. He was an authority
on sugar cultivation and manufac
ture. Mr. Williams was a believer
in the future of the country, his
views being ever in favor of pro
gress. He was the first secretary of
the Oahu Railway & Land Co., re
signing it when he left the country
for the last, time.
Geo. C. AVilliams was an English
man by birth. He enlisted as a
private in Co. K, 4th California
Volunteers, Dec. 21-, 1801, and was
discharged as 1st Sergeant, Nov.
80, 180.1, thus serving throughout
the war of the Rebellion. lie assist
ed In organizing Geo. W. Dc Long
Post, the only one in the Grand
Army of the Republic outside of the
Union. The lato Mr. Williams left
a widow, daughter of a former mis
sionary. He was a man of excep
tionally pleasant manners to meet,
and by all who knew him will be
regretted with genuine sorrow.
The kona that I wrote you about
last week as just beginning, came in
all its fury. Pining all Frhliy night
the wind and rain were terrific.
Trees were uprooted and broken off,
houses flooded and cane fields de
vastated. It is repotted that, the
damage to cane at Spreckclsvillo
amounts to several thousand dol
lars. Some of their ditches and
water pipes were nlfo damaged.
Ilamakuapoko and Paia suffered
but little from either wind or rain.
Some cane was blown down, hut
the damage was nominal.
A pinion of the gearing of Ha
niakuapoko mill In nice on Monday
lust. Il was replaced by a new one
and the mill lesumcd grinding on
Tuesday morning with a loss of only
tin ce or four hours.
No more has been said about the
political prosecutions; hope the
matter has been dropped, and that
the election contest for 1800 is over.
Neither paity is satificd with the
result, and if prosecutions are insti
tuted by one the other is bound to
retaliate in kind. And then where
will it end?
The rain winch has been almost
constant for three weeks has at last
let up, and there arc prospects of a
few days' line weather, though the
wind is blowing quite strong from
the south with occasional light
What a snare and delusion, hardly
had the above lines been penned when
it began to rain as hard as ever and
the prospect now is that it will con
tinue to do so indefinitely. N.
Il All Is pi ill JBT
of ivijrw yoiijb:
Is issuing a now form of insurance 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 n given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with inleiobl; or, Instead of accepting the policy and profit in cash the leirnl holder
may, WITIIOUTMEDICALEXAMINATIONand WJTIIUl'T FURTHER PAYMENTOF PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollls in FULLY PAID UP Insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Slates, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Wotld, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
SQ" For full parlieulats call on or address
S. 33. ItOMIi;,
I)cc-'Jl-89 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Lord Knutsford believes that Aus
tralian federation will secure the
prosperity, strength and importance
of the colonics.
The Earl of Granville hopes that
federation in Australia will prove, as
successful as it has done in Canada.
Sir Charle3 Dilke says that Sir
Henry Paikes is the gicatest figure
in the Hritish Empire after Mr.
Gladstone and Sir John Macdonald,
the Canadian Premier.
The Earl of ttclmorc thinks that
Albiuy should be made the metro
polis of federated Austialia.
Loid Knutsford is confident that
the proposed parliamentary conven
tion will remove all obstacles to the
federation oMIie Australian colonics.
The London Morning Post says
that South Australia will become the
wheat-producing country of the
Mr. Hrunker (New South Wales)
says that there is still a debit of
i'180,000 against the rabbit fund.
Rabbit extermination had cost the
Government something like 1,000, -000,
of which the pastoral tenants
had only contributed about I'2.V.I,
000' Olllcial news has been lcceived in
Adelaide of the break up of the
disastrous drought in the pastoral
country comprising the Herbert
River district, in the Northern
A speaker at an unemploj'ed
meeting in Sydney suggested that if
the Minister for Works did not give
the men work they should stone him
to death with blue metal.
Mr. Coghlan, Government Statis
tician, estimates the population of
New South Wales on December .11
last at 1,122,200 G1S,:J00 males
and 503,000 females.
At the Dunedin (N. '..) regatta
Neil Matlerson won the Champion
Scullers' Race, Stephenson being
Rains, storms and floods ate re
ported from various places in New
The London Standard considers
that Albury should be the capital of
a Federated Austialia and should
be proclaimed a neutral territory
subject to the authority of the Fed
The total o the credit of deposi
tors in the New South Wales Sav
ings Hank on December .'31 was
2,050,103, as compared with i'2,
200,430 at the end of 1888.
Robert Louis Stevenson, in an
interview at Sydney, gave his im
pressions of the Pacific groups visit
ed. He liked the Tahiti natives
better than any. Reference was
made to his visit to the Molokai
leper settlement. Mr. Stevenson is
working on a book desciibing his
Oceanic experiences. lie gees to
London and will return by way of
San Francisco, having bought 400
acres of land within a mile or two
of Apia, where he will make his
My tinier of tliuCimmUlonci4 of frown
i.nuim, the icumm or i lie lo'iow
inj; lti.itU for .i
TERM OF TWENTY YEARS
Will he sold nt Public Auction, at
tlie Aiirlinn Hoiiiih of li. J.
On MONDAY, March 24, 1890,
VT l!i O'CMH'K .OON
1 . The Fishpond Known as I'oulula.
iltimtt! at Wall.cli1. DUtilct of Hwa,
O.ilut, together with a "trip of liinil
ISO feet wide boi iIpi big along villi
l-'Mipontl: Milijecl to light of way
granted Oahu Hallway & Lund Co.
Aica 2!) at'ie". 1'pH'l pi lee l."in
M. All of the Kill, i lniiil niljolnlns the
iilmxe Fishpond and miming up to'
the (ioveniiueiu Ito.id to Walaiiui1,
containing -til acie. I'p-el 1011
J 5. The land known as Maluwal, si
tuate at KoohiiipoltO, Oahu, except
ing the rice lnmU and a mall poi
tlon of the Kiiln. (loot! "jiuhii:
hind and well wateied. Aie.i Vltl
ncie inoie or Ilx. UpJet sjc'.M) per
'I. Thu Ahupima of Houokawal. In
Kimnnpa'i, .Maul, except the Tain
laniK and " lots of Kuhi laud hv
iu vey 'M 42-100. Principally gnu
hig laud, and cninprNus an men of
.1.200 acres more or less. lTpet
S'.'OO per minimi.
.. The Aliiipiiini of Wahlkiili or Mala,
situate in I.iihiiiiin, .Maul, fii'iim
hind. Aiea 2,)7 acre-. Pp-et SSOo
The Leau of I lie lands Houokawal
and Wahlkull will he sold sidijeel to .1.
Ksplnda's' lenses which expire .Inimarv
l.lb!i2, and Kelitiiaiv 1. 1W:1, le.pee'
tivelv. It U required that p:utie pur
chasing the lease of the said lands w 111,
not later than 12 months sifter the ex
piration of Ihu picscul le.iscs, remove
all cattle, goats anil animals fiom tin1
woods, ami during the remainder of the
new leae keep thu forest fiee of a I
cattle and animals of till kinds.
CSrMaps of all the ahoe lauds may
he seen and piiiticii1.il'- ohtaluetl upon
application to thu Agent of tiowu
I.auiL-, Alilohiul Hale.
CL'IJTIS P. IAPKLA.
Agent of Crown Lands.
BAKERY and COF
ALWAYS OX HANI) AND TO ORDER
Fresh Cakes, Pies. Buns. Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Bolls,
Milk 11 1 cad
7" And will be
CiiflVt', Ten, Chocolate &
lliiipr Siiais, Cite Cate Etc, Etc.
DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any pail of the city.
HILL of ITAK13:
Houpcil PieH Feel, Ooltl Ham,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Beef, Saladf,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA " AMERICAN CIGARS !
l'ipe & Cigarette Tobacco,
fi5fiT Open fiom ,'i:H0 A. M. until 9:110 r
Mutual Tclephono 211. Post Oflico Box 178.
A T.AIWK ARSOIlTMIINT OV
Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders, Coltl Drink.",
M. Saturday night, open all night. Bell
NIONADE WORKS COMPANY.
JT. T. BAILEY,
Deiariiire Bay Coal !
En lliiik -'C. (.). Whitmore."
ITI : LEMO
CREAM -and-: PLAIN
j in wa mm vi BBiiUHW a Wawaij
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giner Ale, Hoi Ale, Grenadine, Easjteyalle, Sarsaparl, Mineral Waters, Etc.
tor All communicationa ami orders should be addressed to
. BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
389 lm ;. -, .Agents.
ion s.M.r at
II! (Jueeu lrect. lm
Dr. GEO. P. ANDREWS.
Hesitlcnec & Olllro:
Corner King ant!
ELECTION of Ol'-FICEKS.
AT ihe regular annual nicetlug of the
Itoyal Hawaii in Hotel to. held
heie In-ilay, the following olllee.1-, were
appointed "for the cn-uing year:
fi. V. Miicfailane l'le-ddent,
U. O. Miicfailane.. .Vice-President,
V. M. Oiahnni TieiiBiuer,
It. Call on Seeietaiy. .
Secretary . II. II. Co.
Honolulu, Veu. 20, 1WH. -IS!) It
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Page In thu 'Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 128 Koit Mitel, I um
prepared to continue Iho ahovu business
under the old nmne of Honolulu Car.
Huge Maiiufacttuv, and being an oltl
experienced carriage builder I i-nllcit
tho patroiinge of my old triomln and Ihe
nubile in gciiuial, mid with niytlioioligh
knowledge, of the business and with ex.
pericn'.cd workmen" and using only the
best material I guarantco guucral eatle
faction. Please call and tee nic before
(Signed): GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. Opl. 2fl. 1R80. MM If
A SMALL INVOICK-
Just the Thing for tbe Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
NOTICE is hereby given that nl tho
annual wcclini; of Ihu Hi cuholdera
In ihe Hawaiian Fiuit it Turo Co. the
following were eleclul lo servo aa olll
ccis for the ensuing jcur:
.lolui Hiuhuitlsnn President,
Clias. Cojip Vice. I'l esident,
W. II. Daniels &
A. N. Kepoiltai Auditor.
W. II. DAXIKI-S,
Wnllukn, Maui, Maicli 1, tb'JO.
ELECTION of OFFICEIJS.
T the annual meelingof ihel'copluV
V lee & Kofilgeritliug Co, held
'J UKSDAY, Maich lllh, Ihu following
r Ulcer, who conMitulu also ihe. iJoaitl
of Dirtctort", were elected:
.lona. Austin Vice-President,
G. I'. Castle j.. Secretary,
C. 11 lllshoi Trcn surer,
T. W. Holiron Andilnr.
G. P. CASTLE,
5r0 IQt Sceremiy P. 1 fr U. Co.
Union Iron Works Co.
Gate City Stone Filter
Our Great 'Annual
Remnant Sale, which is bo c.agcrly looked for by
COPiftf EfiCES 7HIS SATURDAY
And will Hiiriwamy that bus over takon place at Ibis or any other
it&naiAXTa in aj ikimiitmkxts i
W must fcclfniu Remnants anil you will bo glad to buy thom nt low juices
at which tboV are offered. Ho mire to be on hand Satin day.
N. II. All Uoorfrt aitii'kctl with I'lulu KiffUiTH anil Hold for Citwh Only
Chas. J. F2SHELS,
Tlo Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
F, G-A M &: G-Unsr
Mloolc. IVo. 77 J-'-ort SlreoL.
These Killers are easily elcmifcd,
and NEVKR become CKACKEl) or
CRAZED hy change of ("innf ratine of
The Kllterlng Medium Is a NATURAL
STOXK, mined Irom thecal lb. It Is
iinlll.i) aur other "tone.
It Does Not Absorb and
Become Foul 1
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
it, but lie on the smfac1, and internally
the stone icuialns as pine and while
after years of uo as when taken fiom
NOTICE Is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho suliseilbcis to the
capital stock of tho above named Com
pany held in Honolulu, II. I., March
ti. Si)0, It was voted to accept tlie
Chaitcr of Coipoiatlou dated March 1,
18ii0, for tho term of llfly ycnis, gi anted
by the Hawaiian Government. Thu lia
bility of tho stockholders Is limited to
Ihe 'iiiiiount diiu and unpaid on thu
chares held. The following nlllcurrf
were elected for the ensuing year:
.f. X. S. Williams 'resident,
It. More Secretary & Treasurer,
A . J. Cai twright Auditor.
Tho above named otllcers also consti
tute a Hoard of Directois.
IPO 1 in Secretary it Treasurer.
The Onto City Stone Kilter is a per
fect sueecs. It is tho only real filter I
have ever seen. 1 would not bo without
one for anv consideration. It convcits
our lake water Into thu best drinking
water In tho world.
llK.Niiv M. Lyman, M. D.,
fiiltl West Adams St , Chicago.
Freocl, MiM mid American Dry anil Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have jiict received by last Australia a fine lino of
Cotton Ghallis at 15 cents per Yard I
Just tho material
for Spring and Summer Wear.
U3T For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Oppositu SprccKcl9 & Co.'s Bank,
4"! tt Fort street, Honolulu.
COIHiElt HOTEL &,F01tT STKEETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKING STOCK
MANY XINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
, ' OF THE TOLLOW1NG GOODS
Till IT'ebriiary 15tli, Onlv
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves !
0 and 8 Buttons in perfect order at $1 a pair Great Bargains,
All my DRE.SS GINGHAMS about 140 pieces to eolect from aro oflercil nt
t Cost Trice. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction
-roil sai.i: hv Tin:-
-A largo assortment of READ THIS
WtlXTTJE IXOJESSS GOODS,
Such ns Tiques, Embroitlorcd Swisses, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nniiifcook and
many other lines of Wbito Goods. I will i-ell at biich n
' price that everybody will buy them.
Remember, Fobrunry 15th
will close this Sale. J03
Corner Hotel & Fort gtrcota.
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