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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But tttabliihtd for the btnrlit of alt.
WEDNESDAY, MAN. 19, 1800.
The Advertiser ought to be more
gonial toward other critics of its
utterances thtui is its habit, In view
of its practice of explaining to-day
what it meant to have said yester
day. The Advertiser explains that Its
information regarding unanimity of
the Ways and Means committee, In
favor of taking off the raw sugar
duty, was received in San Francisco
trom a member of Congress.
There is nothing mean about the
Hiin.KTiN. The more ornamental
parts and features of the cauls were
of foreign production, but that is
all right and you aro welcome to
your share. Only sorry we cannot
compliment the political product of
the Hawaiian Gazette Co.
Local stamp collectors ("fiends"
some people call them) may or not
be put in a lluttcr by the intelli
gence that there is to be a philatelic
exhibition in Brussels, from April
:0 to May 10, ensuing, under the
especial patronage of Marquis Bac
quehem, Belgian Minister of Com
merce. The French Postolllcc depart
ment is desirous of having an inter
national postage stamp, good in all
countries, whereby remittances of
petty amount could be conveniently
made. Such n stamp ought not to
be gummed, as, if there is one nui
sance especially provoking to news
paper people, ii is that of receiving
small amounts in stamps that have
lo be put in soak to separate from
About a score of requests fiom
admirers of the late Father Da
mien's self-sacrifice have been de
nied or postponed, within many
months past, to tepublish an ex
tract from a letter purporting to
have been written by Rev. Dr.
ilyrio, which has appeared in jour
nals all over the world. Our.obfeu
tion to the article was based on the
aversion to having a dead man's
character bandied about in a semi
religious controversy. However, as
even since Mr. Bush's letter giving
the obnoxious extract was received,
still another request has been pre
sented by a gentleman who knew
nothing of this letter, for the repub
lication from a foieign paper, and as
it is now, tor the first time, offered
in regular correspondence to this
paper, we have decided to let the
extract appear in that connection.
We have reason to believe, though,
that Dr. Hyde's letter was private
and never intended lor publication,
the impropriety of which is to be
laid to the recipient who first caused
it to be published.
President Eliot of Harvard ap
pears to have gone out of his way,
at the alumni dinner in Philadelphia,
to abuse newspaper reporters. It
was after lie had made his main
speech, and following a response for
the press by L. Claike Davis of the
Philadelphia Ledger, that President
Eliot got rid of a torrent of spleen
against the news writers. He said
that the men who are employed as
leporters in Boston aie drunkards,
thieves, deadbcats, and bummers.
Four men known to him who had
been expelled from Harvard had
found places on the Boston news
papers as reporters. Erastus Brain
ard of the Evemug News, whose
turn came next, abandoned his as
signed subject and pitched into Pre
sident Eliot, saying that he had been
a reporter, and any man who said
that the rcportoriul ranks of the
great papers were filled with thieves,
drunkards, .deadbcats, and bummers
said what was senseless and untrue.
Max O'lJcll has an aiticlo in the
North American Heview for March,
which shows that the witty French
man has a high opinion of tiie Amer
ican newspaper reporter. Among
other things Max says: "He must
be a man of honor, and J have al
ways found him so. Whonevor I
hnve begged an American reporter
to kindly abstain from mentioning
Hits or that which might have been
said in conversation with him, I have
invariably found that lie kept his
word. But if the matter is of pub
lic interest, lie is, before all and
above all, the scivant of the public.
So, never challenge his spirit of en
terprise, or ho will leave no stone
n uwwii raw
unturned until ho lias found your
o crct and exhibited It in public."
The conclusion of tho whole mailer
i9 Hint there arc different grades of
morality among reporters as in every
other occupation. The reporter
who affects to be, in genteel-vulgar
phrase, "a devil of a fellow," and
the person who would treat the re
porter as n uiynah among birds, are
both alike of a despicable turn of
"THOU SHALT NOT BEAR FALSE
Eihtoii UuM.rnx: It is with pain
and regret that I am constrained,
for justice's sake, toukyoit lo pub
lish the following piece of informa
tion, in regard lo the life and actions
of a most worthy man, Father
Daniien, whose greatest sin appears
to be, from the way his deeds of
love aro being traduced by a profess
ing Christian of the Protestant faith,
that those deeds arc a reproach lo
the many professors of religion of
winch Mr. Hyde is a member. This
worthy man, who spent his time and
services in the cause and for the re
lief f suffering humanity, whoso
deeds are recognized abroad and
hove been the means of stimulating
and encouraging people in other
countries to not only take a deeper
interest towards the suffering, but
to offer their services in the sphere
in which this man served and for
which he is quietly and in away off
places being traduced by those who
profess to follow the lowly Xazarene,
whose whole teachings were em
bodied in the command to "Love
God with ail your heart, and your
neighbor as yourself."
"Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D., Princi
pal of the Theological Seminary in
Honolulu, replying to the queries of
a correspondent, writes: 'We, who
knew the man, are surpiised at the
extravagant newspaper laudations,
as if he were a most saintly philan
thropist. The .simple truth is, he
was a coarse, duty man, headstrong
and bigoted. JIu was not sent to
Moiokai, but went tlieic (at first)
without orders; did not stay at tlia.
.Leper Settlements nut circulated
freely over the island (less than one
half' of the island is devoted to
lepers), and came often to Hono
lulu. He had no hand in the re
forms and improvements inaugurat
ed, which were the work of our
Board of Health, as occasion re
quired and menus were provided.
He was not a pure man in his rela
tions with women, and the leprosy
of which lie died should be attribut
ed to his vices iuj;l carelessness.
Others have done much for the
lepers, our own ministers, the Gov
ernment plrysieians, etc., but never
with the Catholic idea of meriting
This letter wo take from the Peo
ple's Journal, Dec. 28, 1880, and it
was copied fromthe Christian Lead
er. It speaks the sentiment of a
class of Christian professors, who,
we infer from what the learned D.D.
says, never do acts of charity "with
the Catholic idea of meriting eternal
life," but. for n good fat salary and
the applause of mankind, and by
proxy, as wc know by the way in
which they have left to the poor Ha
waiian teachers, those fields of
Christian work, which taketheui too
far awoy from civilization, and the
luxuries of home in a country,
where, besides their salaries, their
gatherings can bo made to multiply
a hundred fold. J. E. He-it.
A PLEASANT SOCIAL.
Not a great many young men ic
sponded to the kind invitation of the
Y. M. C. A. yesterday evening, but
a goodly number of elderly folk
and young ladies increased the at
tendance to respectable proportions.
A very pleasant entertainment was
provided. For the first public occa
sion the hall was brilliantly lighted
by incandescent electric lights.
Mr. F. .1. Lowrcy presided and
opened the proceedings with ic
marks, stating that the social was
for the purpose of entertaining young
men and strangers.
Miss A. N. Hathaway played a
piano solo to the delight of all. Mr.
D. G. Morgan sang "Poor Black
Joe" so effectively as to bo recalled,
then gave a musical eulogy of goose
berry pie. Mrs. F. 0. Barto exhi
bited line histrionic talents in a
pathetic recitation, and favored the
audience later with two juvenile
Miss Hight, Miss Atlierton, Mr.
L. C. Lyman and Mr. ilichards
sang, "Softly falls the shades of
evening," so acceptably as lo stimu
late a recall, but the quartet sat on
the encore habit by keeping their
Mr. Henry Waterhouse, President
of the Association, in closing the
literary and musical part, facetiously
remarked that the society might
more truly be styled the "Young
Ladies' Christian Association," to
which lie was suro the secretary
would not object. Ho welcomed
the young mon and strangers, as
suring them also of a welcome in
the homes of members.
Icccrenm and cake were now pro
duced, while sociable conversation
ensued. Many now acquaintances
were formed between residents and
visitors by friendly introductions.
General Scerotary Fuller before
dispersal announced tho Y. M. C.
A. monthly meeting Thursday even
ing, also that Mr. T. II. 'iJavios
would give an address on India tho
following Tuesday evening, and that
a farewell reception would bo tend
ered that gentleman Thursday even
ing, April 3.
DAILY litJLLETJN: HONOLULU, II. I., MAJK'II 10, i8H0.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
Yesterday being the birthday of
Bro. Bertram, a concert was given
in the evening by the St.Louls band,
to which a number of friends were
invited. The programme embraced
the following numbers:
Overture Dinilem Hermann
Duet I.aiiti'rbaeh .Mclnettu
Waltzes Sliver IHiltie Molmler
f Choiuo The Wandering Savoyard
Solo & Choi us.. The Lluie-Kllu Hand
( Tower Mutch Junior Orelietra
Solo Pour Henry Rhtmberger
( Watchword Polka.. ..Iiinlor Orchidia
Ovcittue Golden Uhhiic. .Ileimnnu
.Solo Wieekcil and Saved Kunwles
Medley- The Pialrlo Iloullllon
March' Vlotoi i.i bwobuila
The duct on piano "Lauteibaeh"
was rendered by Bro. Francis and
Master Thomas l.loyd with great
spirit. In the ''Wandering Savoy
ard" the sopiano was sustained by
small boys, the oilier parts being
taken by older youths. The tenor
effect in Hie chorus was very fine.
The "Lime Kiln Club" having a
taking melody, embellished by n
winning accompaniment of parts, was
charmingly rendered. "Tower
March'' and ' Watchword Polka"
were then played by novices. There
were six violins, live wind instru
ments and a duel at the piano. The
pieces were very correctly played,
although the polka was slowed to a
degree to rob it of dash, yet the
time and accent verc faithfully ob
served, Two solos, one by little Elias
Jones and the other by Wm.Cuelho,
showed the improvement by train
ing of voices naturally good. The
plaintive voice of the singer was
well adapted to the character of the
song. Young Cuelho lias a very line
voice which rang out with great
vigor or was subdued to tenderness
as required by the song. In either
piiasc it was both melodious and
artistic. The other renditions were
participated in by the Brothers and
the violin parts displayed various
styles of bowing, abounded in
vigorous execution and exhibited a
A TYPICAL TRAGEDY,
I ald until in love ono il.iv,
I.i'i's nli :i-down this w tmlln-r
The s win "hide was sweet and
Wc found a lowly little pool.
The pool. O
I -aid. '-Let's UMi from there oniliihig;
Ileie aie some pieces shoit, of filing."
'i lie: string.
vV knolii'il 1,110th Into thai twine:
t'ntll i' had a tishing line.
The line. -- -
Hut -oon with (ear my love did bawl;
Fiom nooks the HttleuiKes did crawl.
The little snakes. y. K y.
Anil then tho rain it downward dashed;
And speedy lightning .!g-7ag (lashed.
The lightning. Z.'Zj
t'pon the little pool did lloat
A cry flilglle little ho.lt.
i lie Hoar. (-
Quite v ild.-lie jumped the boat did feel
Her weight, mid niggled like an eel.
The eel. w
My lovely love did get moie wet
Then fiom the skies for it upset,
The boat. , ,
When from the pool J pulled my fnir.
Her locks once ciiilsu'ci a stiiilgh'testlMlr
Thc hair. ! 1
And she no more will walk with me
Hy pool or river, lake or e.i.
The sea. V.
4 HITUATION'as Engineer or Luna.
xjl nen qiiHiiuea to till elllier post
tiou Iteferenres if requited.
'F. H ," this ofUee,
VHK liny Hoi so
Cup; fleshly shod.
Owner ran have same
by paying expenses
and enliing nt Onhu .Jail. tM tf
DRAFT No. -128, drawn by the Jlo
nomu Sugar Co. Feb.' 10, 1S00,
for 8:20 has been lost or stolen. All
parties are heieby warned against
negotiating same. VJi lm
MILS. OSHORNi: is now piepainl lo
give instructions in PuiieyWmk
at "Tim Arlington," Room C. Class
Lessons: .Mnuda)!., Wednesdays ami
Fridays. Private lessons by 'special
arrangement. Stamping ami orders
promptly attended to. febLM-ly
HAVINO sold out my Intern! In the
linn of It Wore & Co lo .1. N. H.
Williams, nil pcThons iudebud lo mid
firm are icquircd lo pay the nmmiiiu of
llieir ImleliKdiuss to me. and all huving
accounts against stud 11 in will ptiwiil
lliem to mo for payment at tho olllro of
It. Mote &i Co
Tlios. It. LUOAS.
Honolulu, Keb. 1, itW). -Ib2 lm
"VTOTICK Is hereby given to depoiltois
-L In the Savings Rank Depaitinent
of Clans Spreekels Co. that, liom and
after the 1st day of Apiil, 1800, the In
teiest allowed on deposits will lie re
duced to four (-1) per cent per minimi.
Depositors will hu allowed to withdraw
their deposits up to that dale without
giving I'm usual notice, but, if allow ed
to remain after April 1st, said deposits
will bflcniisldmeiliiAFUhjoct'tn the i tiles
and regulations published in the 1'a-s
CLAPS SPRKCKEI.S X. CO.
Crow Land. Leases
Hy order of the Commissioners of frown
Lund?, the leae of tne follow
ing lands for a
TERM OF TWENTY YEARS
Will bo sold nt Public Auction, nt
tho Auction Itotiim of L. J.
On MONDAY, March 24, 1890,
i, oiuivH or,
.IT It '4!I.MK XOO.V.
1 . The FMipond known its JViiilmhi,
-Itnatu at Waikele, HUtilet of l'wa.
O.ihti, together willi a stilp of land
l.'O feet wide bordciing along said
1-is.lipoiid ; subject to right of way
granted Oahu J tail way it Lund Co.
Area L'9 acres, t'pset price SlfiO
-'-I. All of the Kuhi laud adjoining tho
abdve l'ishpom! and running up to
the Government Jtoad to Wnlanae,
containing -lit acres. I'pset Sin,)
?J. The hind known ts Makawal. i
t unto at Koolaiipoko, Oahu, except
ing the llco lauds ami a small po
tion of tho lvtil.i. Good giaing
hind and well watered. Area 1222
acid inorfc or les. Upset $2.r0 per
'I. Tin; Ahtipuaa of Ilouoknwnl. In
Kaunapali, Maui, except tho Tarn
lands and ii lots of K'ttla land liv
sin vey 20 -12-100. 1'iiiielpnlly glaz
ing land, and comprises an niea of
.1,200 acres moie or less. I'pset
$200 per annum
n. The Aliupiiaa of Walilknli or .Mala,
situate In l.ahalnn, .Maui. Grazing
laud. A re 12.807 aeie-. I'pset 8200
The Lease of the lands Uonoknwai
and Waliikull'will lie sold subject to .1.
INpiuda's leases which exphc January
1.IMI2, and Kcbiuai.v 1, IS'.K!, lespec'
Ihelv. It is leipiiiei'l that panics pur-e!i-iug
tie lease or the .said lauds will,
not later tliau 12 tnotiih- niter tin; ex
I ir.llion of tiie picscnt leases, iciuove
ail cattle, goats and animals fiom the
woods, and dining ihc leinalmlcr of the
new lease keep tlio fotivt fieo of a'l
attlo and animals of nil kinds.
BSTilaps of alt tho above lands may
bo seen and particulars obtained upon
application to the Agent of Crown
Land?, Alliolani Hale.
(TMITLS P. IAl'KJM.
Agent of Crown Lauds.
Pit llaikunliioS. N. C.is'Ie
a lie-b si ppy of
Hay k Grain
-rnu pam: nv-
J. F. CGLC3URM & Co.,
)05 Queen Blieel. jlw
Departure Bay Coal!
K Itaik "C. O. Wliitmoie."
mis s.u.r t
If, Queen street. i"1
Dr. GEO. P. AIMS.
IteKldi'itco As Oillco:
Comer King and
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
XJOTIOE islieroby given that at tho
.LN annual meeting of the KtrokhohlcrB
in the Hawaiian Fruil it Turn Co. tlio
following wore elected to tervo as ofll.
cers for tho ensuing j car:
.1 olm ltichariUnii I'reriiU'iit,
C'has. Copp Vice. li i sltlcnt,
A. M. Kcnoiliui Auditor.
W. 11. DAXIKLS,
Wailiiku, Maui, Maieli 1!', 1MJ0.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the PioploV
Ice Si Kefrigerating Co, held
TUESDAY, Match llili, Iho following
clllccrt), wiin constitute nho tbu Hoard
of Dinetor?, wcio elected:
W. O. Smith President,
.loan. Austin Vice-President,
O. P. Castle S'ctttiiry,
C. It Bishop TruisuiLr,
T. W. Hobron editor.
(1. P OASTLK,
5 0 101 KiTietary P. LA H. t n.
Union Iron Works Co.
"VTOiiOH is hereby given that at a
Xi meeting of tlio &uhscilhci to tho
capital .stock of the above named Com
pany held In Honolulu, II. L, Mutch
(!. 1S80, ii wiih oted to accept tho
Chatter of Coipoiation dated .Match 1,
Ib'.m, for tlio term of ilfty yea is, gimitcd
liy tho Hawaiian Government. The lia
bility of tho stockholders is limited to
the amount due and unpaid on the
shares held. The following olllcers
weie elected for tliu ensuing year:
f.X. S. Williams Piesident,
. More Seei etaiy & Ti eaeui or,
A. .J. Cartwiiglit Auditor.
Tho above named nllleers also consti
tute a Hoard or Direeioirf.
l'.fl lm Seciolnry A; Trensiuei',
Is iEauiiiR a new form of ihBitraneo which provides, in the event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to Iho amount of the policy, or, should tho Inslircd survive n given number of years, the Company will
velum all Hie premlunin paid with interest ; or, innteod of accepting the policy and profits in casli the leiral holder
may, WITHOUT MIMICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FIJRTHKU PAYMENT OP PREMIUMS, laku in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY" 1' All i UP insurance, participating annually in dividenda.
Remember, this.contract is ibsucd by tho oldest Life Insurance Company In the United StnleH, and the Lar
gest Einaucial Institution In the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dolluis.
S&" For full particulars call on
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Cofiue, Te.i, Chocolate .t Milk,
Sotifcd rig'n Feet', Cold Ham,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Hoof, S.ilnd?, Elc,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA am. AMERICAN CIGARS !
Pipe & Ciuvctlo Tobacco, Pipes,
gjS- Open fiom :i:'"0 a. m. until 0:30
Mutual Telephone 211.
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginpr Ale, Hoi Ale, Greiilne, Easjlierryaie, Sarspl, Mineral f alars, Etc.
t&- All communications
Them FIllCi'B lire pnMlv cleimpil,
nnil KEVER become ChACKKI) or
CRAZED by chiiiigo of fimperutiuoof
The Filtering Meilliini U a NATURAL
STONE, iniiutl from tho etirtli. It Is
unlike any other .tone.
It Does Not Absorb and
Become Foul !
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
It, but lie on tho suifiie.', unci Internally
the rtono i cumins as pine anil white
lifter years of 110 as when tikcn fiom
The fialc City Stone Filter Is a per
fect 'ucee'-u. It Is tho only real filter I
have cer seen. I woulil not he without
one for any conshloiutlou. It eonertH
our lake water Into tho bet drinking
wnler hi the woilil.
IlKNIlV M. I.VMA.N, M. D.,
.:!.'! West Adam St , Chicago.
For Sulo hy
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opposite Fprrc.kcls A Co.'s Iinuk,
TUtl Fort street, Honolulu.
-roit h.w.i: nv tiii:-
Gate City Stone Filter
OIT" IVISW YORK
irtivrt ma mm mmmiwifrmifri
IAKERY and COFFEE S
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls.
And will bo DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE lo any
A LA linn ASfiOUT.MKNr OK
Oignr. & Cigarette Holders, Cold Drink:, Etc.
p. m. Saturday night, own nil nichl. Hell Telenhnnn 9fi2.
MTf.-tl "'!' .."
TAHITI : L E MONAD
and orderw should lie nddrcRscd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA.
A Choice Lin8 of Dry & Fancy Goods,
, ( Jvltl OIovob from O to UO nuttone,
Hoilery, SapsrScotcli Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress GocdJ,
-, -'- ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
Our Great Annual Remnant Salo, which
COMMENCES TH3S SATURDAY
And will surpass any that has over tnken plnco at this or any oilier
"ltEMtfAXTS IX Alili JOKIMHTMENTM !
We must sell our Romnants and you will bo glad to buy thorn nt low prices
at which they aro offered. Ho suro to bo on hand Saturday.
" " Al nnflN Marked with rioin Figure and Mold for Canli Only
Chas. J. FISHELS,
Tho Loading Millinery Houso, Cornor Fort & Hotel sts.
(JOHN 1211 nOTEL & FOltT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKING STOCK I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
'OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Till U'eb-ruary ltftli, Only.,
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
fl nnu8 Rtttlons in ported order at Y a pair Great Bargains.
All my 1R$S8 GINGHAMS nbout MO pieees to select fiom are offered nt
Cost Price. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
Such as rio,iiPs, Embroidered Swisses, India Linon, riain Swiss, Nainsook anil
many othor lines of Whito Goods. I will noil at such a
piiro that everybody will buy them.
gjT Remember, February lfilh will eloso this Sale. jtff
S. U. KOSE,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
part of tho city
jib n tup "'"nq
a so eagerly looked for by
MANY LINKS OF
A largo assortment of -READ THIS
Corner Hotel & Fort, Slreolfl.
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