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DALLY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. I., MARCH 20, 1880.
J'Udirctl to neither Sect nor Party,
JliU tttablithed for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, MAR. 20, 1890.
The Colonel question 19 still agi
tating theC'nblnet. On behalf of
the tiresent Incumbent. Col. V. V.
Ashford, It Is being contended by
the minority of the ilig Four that
the ofllce will not be vacant until
next February, that being the first
alternate February after the com
missioning of the present Colonel.
There h likely to be an invcatlgn
tlon in the Courts Into the appoint
ment of Mr. C. L. Carter a9 a tnetn
ticr of the tax appeal commission on
Hawaii. It is alleged that besides
his family connection with stock
holders of C. Hrcwer& Co.'s planta
tions, Mr. Carter is himself a stock
holder and therefore to that extent
a party to some of the appeal cases
that he adjudicated. If this is the
case it is high lime there was an in-
Referring to a report that the
members of two of the election
hoards in ICona had been arrested
for not complying with the law,
the lltlo Reeoid says if they
huve intentionally disobeyed the law
it is "glad to have the thing brought
out", but to the average mind our
present election law may be said to
he very intricate." ThU is the
opinion of a lawyer who helped to
make the law as a legislator. To
the average l.ty iniiicl the statute is
an intermixed integration of inex
The development of steam com
merce in the Pacific is only in its
youth not to say infancy. One if
not two new American lines to the
Orient, are projected. With the
twilight-of Western civilization in
Japan, and symptoms of its dawn
even in China, there must be ex
pected a stupendous development of
commerce between F.nst and West
in the North Pacific. Within the
years left to some now living the
steamship lines crossing this ocean
may approach in numbers those
whose keels now furrow scoies of
unites across the North Atlautic.
(lobc-trottcra are promised a new
diversion by the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co. An article in the Mont
real Witness telegraphed to the San
Frnuctaco papers says that corpora
tion is arranging to have a line of
three or four steamers to go straight
i.otind the world. They will start
from Montreal, Halifax and New
York in the fall, so as to avoid the
summer heat in India and the Sue,
canal route. They will run to Lon
don, Gibraltar, Malta. Suez, Po
uting, Colombo, Calcutta, Hong
kong, Yokohama ami Vancouver,
and the passengers will be on the
same steamer throughout the voyage.
The Hilo Record commends a de
cision of the Police Court at that
place, whereby three men were freed
from their labor contracts, on ac
count of the failure of the master to
settle with them. Our contract labor
law is probably to tome extent a ne
cessary evil, but it bhould be
amended so that no man could be
bound to service, without his mailer
being penally bound to pay his wa
ges at regular intervals. As the
Record says, "it is not often that
laborers are found who can stand up
for their rights in the matter."
Therefoie the' laws hhould provide
for protection to the laborer in his
rights without Involving him in the
ibk of losing heavy legal expenses.
A few days ago a well dressed in
dividual enquired of the housekeeper
at the Hawaiian Hotel whether
"Juke was in," looking in at the
door of the room of a gentleman
who had jiiht gone out for a drive.
Upon finding that the coast was
clear he remaiked to the housekeeper
that "Jake" was his brother and
that as "Jake" was in the habit of
keeping an uncommonly line brand
of whibkoy ho would try to find
some. The unknown then proceeded
to open a chest of drawers, and euro
enough dropped upon the bottle of
a special brand of Ilourbon that hud
been prescribed for the Hotel
boarder for medicinal purposes. He
poun.d out a tegular fivc-flugercd
nip which nearly half emptied the
bottle, mopped it down, and draw
ing a long breath remarked to the
astonished housekeeper that she
could tell "Jake" that he would
"call agaiu." It is needless to say
that the unknown "brother" bus not
since been seen.
HE ONLY PAPER rrad by
cuae "iiie ifuiiy nuiuuu."
THAT PASSPORT TAX.
Wc notice that our contemporary
tho Uut.uvriN is again at the fore on
that passport lax business. During
tho last session of tho Legislature,
the editor of tltis paper laid before
the house n bill abolishing said tax
and also one to abolish that lax of
$2 levied on incoming passengers.
He was ably upheld by the Uui.i.k
tin, but both bills failed to pass.
The two objections urged were,
"that our merchants would hove no
hold on absconding debtor," and
that "Queen's Hospital needed the
Now, us to the former, we. do not
believe that our Government ought
to net as special policeman for such
merchants a are willing to trust
people coming here and living here
without any visible means ol sup
port. Collecting detts Is not a port
of Its duties. The need of such pass
ports is only caused by the foolish
and reckless manner in which the
credit system is run in this country.
If this system was dono away with,
we as a "people would be better off.
Rut as long as our Government h
used as a collector of bad debts so
long will it be kept up.
The injury the passport system
does us Is great. We are inviting
travelers here from all parts of. the
world, nnd after they get hero we
say to them, "Two dollars, if you
please, to land," and being here a
weeks tho said travelers arc again
asked for one more "to prove that
you are not a rascal." What kind
of a way to do business is this? We
advocate our country abroad, and
ask tourists to come, and then sub
ject them to the petty annoyance of
paying 82 when they land and one
more before leaving. This passport
system is a relic of the "dark
years" long gone by, and wc are
among the last of all the enlightened
nations to hold on to it. i-et mer
chants and others be more careful
whom they trust and there will be
no absconding debtors.
Again, why should a few tourists
or travelers be mulcted out of 8-1 for
the sustaining of Queen's Hospital?
That is not a "national hospital,"
open to the "poor of any people"
dwelling or coming here, but it is
only free to the kanakas. If a for
eigner wants the benelit of it, he
must pay for what he gets. If it
was made a free hospital under the
charge of the Government, then not
one of our people would growl, when
appropriations were made by the
Legislature for its support. Rut to
tax foreigners coming here for "its
support, nnd then deny them admit
tance if it were needed, is a good
reason why foreigners object to pay
the tax. Let our Government sus
tain the hopital out of our public
funds and don't let us place such a
mean, petty annoyance in the way
of those calling in to see our beauti
ful countiy. Let our doors be open
and free to all without let or hin
drance. We then call on our new
members of the Legislature to abo
lish both of the above-named taxes.
If you do, the majority of your con
stituents will say, "well dono."
Keep at it, friend Rt'i.i.r.nx.
Don't give them any peace and we
will win tho day. Hilo Record,
Pursuant to a call issued in the
Huu.ktix a number of gentlemen
met at the Hawaiian Hotel last night
to take the initial steps toward or
ganization of a chess club. The
meeting was called to order by Mr.
Gear. Mr. Uruce Cartwright was
elected chairman and Mr. Frank
Godfrey was chosen secretary. On
motion' of Mr. Gear a committee of
five on Ways and Means with full
discretionary powers with Mr. Cart
wright as chairman was appointed.
Toe oilier four members of the com
mittee are Mews. A. V. Gear, Dr.
J. II. Kimball, Col. C. P. laukca,
and Dr. Rradley of the Nipsio. On
motion of Mr. Logan, a committee
of three, consisting of C. M. White,
A. V. Gear and U. II. White was
appointed to draft a prospectus or
preamble setting forth the objects
of the proposed association. After
a short recess the committee sub
milted a repoit which was adopted.
The meeting then adjourned subject
to the call of tho committee.
The committee above alluded to
will make a thorough canvass of tho
city for players and also for a favor
able location of cottage for club
purposes. From statements of Mr.
Cartwright and others at the meet
ing there is reason to predict an
active membership of fifty. It is
designed nlso that the association
frhall embrace a large honorary
membership. Now that the organiza
tion is fully under way let all lovers
of this intellectual game give the
movement the beiieflt of their active
null zealous participation. It is
probable that like other clubs facili
ties of instruction will be afforded
for novices iu the game. This being
tho caso there is no argument against
a very full roll of membership.
i , , i
"THE WICKEDEST ENGLISHMAN."
Professor Tyndall, tho well-known
philosophical writer, has published
a letter in which he gives his opinion
of Mr. Gladstone. The Professor
Considers that Mr. Gladstone is "tho
wickedest Englishman of his gener
ation" and expresses the view that
if he should succeed in carrying
his Irish policy a disaster will result
worse than those which followed his
interference in tho Transvaal aud
u - - t -j-U-i-iJ-i
Tin: band is playing at tho lnnano
Asylum this afternoon.
Htjlo ami Mtfittis nftlio Tic.w Cuntnm
The new Custom House-is nearly
completed so far as the shell is con
cerned. It is a giaceful-looking
brick structure of two sloric3, front
ing on Allen Htrect running to the
Oceanic wharf, its side Hanking the
rear of the present Customs olllces
on Fort street. Mr. II. Mcintosh
I the architect, and Mr. F. Harri
son the contractor. The appropria
tion for tho building is 89000. The
contract was given at 58701, which
does not include plasleilng on the
second story, and tho four-foot
foundation is extra at $8.:t.r a cubiu
The main oillce occupies the fionl
part of the lower story. It is a
room 32ft. x 30ft., with a glass door
nnd two large windows to the street,
which with smaller side windows
give abundance of light. Rehind
the main oillce is the .private oillce
of the Collector-General, 10ft. x
20ft. G!n., and adjoining it a store
room for opium 13ft. x 10ft. In
rear of the private olllco the store
keeper's oillce is situated, 15ft. x
27ft., and abreast of it, behind the
opium room, is a room Sft. Gin. x
16ft. for unclaimed packages, where
the elevator is also placed for hoist
ing and lowering goods between the
Upstairs a room corresponding in
si.c to the main ofllcc directly under
it is devoted to the statistical de
partment, In rear of this the space
is occupied by a large store room for
tea and sugar. Resides the elevator
above mentioned communication be
tween the two floors will be had by
a stairway leading up the Kwa side
from the main oillce. In addition
to the front door ingress aud egress
arc provided in two doors on the
rear. A girder and two cast iron
columns support the floor above the
The lower rooms nie already plas
tered, wire lathing being ustd. The
upper rooms arc as yet unacquaint
ed Willi the trowel, being outside of
the present contract.
There are 21 windows in the
building, segment-headed and with
6inglc lights in each sash. Three
of them are Ifl. -lin. x 8ft. tiin., and
IS are ft. din. x Sft. Gin. A scgi
inent-headed transom surmounts
the front door and of course the win
dow on each side of it is of the
The building is desiirncd to be
'fireproof. There are iron frames at
tached to doors and windows, for
the reception of iron shutters not
yet provided. When finished and
furnished the building promises to
be well adapted to its purposes. A
good round sum will have to be ap
propriated, however, before all con
cerned receive their dues and the
edifice be made fit for occupation.
REMARKABLE SEA ADVH1TURE.
The following story is going tho
Captain William Goodling, com
mander of tho bnrquu Tcwkesbuiy
Sweet, lost in the South Pacific last
spring, has just arrived at Yar
mouth. He and his crcn had been
given up for dead. The vessel sail
ed from Newcastle, New South
Wales, on March 17 for Hongkong.
On April 9 she encountered a gale
nnd was driven ashore on Susanro
Reef, near Pozeat Island, one of the
Carolines. The crew escaped in
one of the boats and managed with
great difllculty to reach a small Islet
to the northward. After the storm
had subsided they made for the M
and of l'ozeat, which is inhabited by
fierce savages. As tho boat ap
proached the island a fleet of canoua
put off from the shore. There wero
about 30 canoes, with eight or 10
men in each, and all wero armed
with knives and spears, Some of
the savages in their eagerness Jump
ed overboard and swam to the boat,
each with a long knife held between
his teeth. The first savages to reach
the boat clambered in until the boat
was nearly swamped. Then they
began to strip the sailors of their
conts and outer garments, throwing
the garments aboard their own ca
noes. The men were soon despoiled
of everything but their undershirts.
This done, the whole fleet drew in
towards the land. Tho sailor ex
pected no better treatment than to
be killed and eaten, but, as they
learnt afterwards, the natives of this
island are not cannibals. While the
shipwrecked crew were standing sur
rounded by the noisy crowd a man,
dressed as all the others, with only a
cloth about his hips.camc forward and
spoke to them in English. He gavo
his name as Charles Irons, tin En
glishman by birth, and offered to
tender any assistance possible. It
seems that ho was left at Pozeat by
a trading vessel about four years
ago, his business being to represent
traders iu Cocoanut Island, but tho
vessel never called for Irons since
leaving him, and he had gradually
assumed the habits of the natives.
Irons had even forgotten many of
the common details of civilisation,
but he was of good service to tho
captain and no doubt saved the lives
of him and his crow. Captain
Goodling, the second mate, Georgo
W. Harrison, and one of the ship'a
crew set sail ten days after their ar
rival, leaving tho rest of the men
and first mate, Richard Watchman,
seven' men iu all, at Pozeat.
HILLS for ilALL.
ALL bills RgnbiKt the bull committee
of Co A, Honolulu Jtlilcs, will be
receive! by tho Clinlrmnn,
Fi. U. THOMAS,
505 I w 1. O. Uox Wo. U7.
Regular Cash Sale!
Tomorrow, Friday, Mar. 21,
at 10 o'clock a. ra,,
At inv unlcsroonii", I will sell nt Public
Auc'lon, n gem ml aorinioat of
Dry Goods, Clotliht Boots and Shoes
Oratories, (.'rockery, Glassware,
Household -: Furniture
It W Mir We T p Sliloboaril, Slnclo
nnd I) mbhi Ho steady, Mattress es,
Stoves ami Fixtuu:?; ami also to
20 0j Blocd, Wolfe Co's English Ale
&0 S icks New Xaliind P jtntoci. just re.
eelvul; also one
KIN K SAnDLK HORSE
LEW IK .1.
1 j 13 V 12 Y,
Crown M Leases
By e.rdci of llicG'oniinlloncriof frown
Lands, the Ichih of tno follow.
bis lumlo for u
TERM OF TWENTY YEARS
Will lii! hoIiI ul Public Auction, ftl
the Auction l(oi:n. of L J.
On MONDAY, March 24, 1890,
,VT IS O'CLOCK NOON,
1 . The FMipontl known a- Pi ulrda,
'Itiiuto at Walkelo. Uisttlet of Kwa.
O.'ihti, together with a strip of land
li() feet wide Imiderlug along f-niil
l-'Mipond; Mibji'ct to right of way
granted Uidiu Railway a Land f o.
Atea 2!) ncres. Upset price 61.V)
. All of the Mila hind adjoining the
nbiive. I'i-hponil and running up to
the ijovcrnmuiit Jtoait to wiiiaune,
containing AW aero, t'lut SKn
U. The land known as Makiwiil, si
tuate at Koolaupoko, Oahit, except
ing the. rice lands and u small pm -tlon
of the Kulii. Good gra.lng
land and well watered. Area 1U22
(ici es more or le. Upet .i-'oO per
i. The. Ahiipuaii of Honokawal. In
Kaanapali, .Maul, except the T.uo
lands and 5 lots of Kula laud by
survey 20 12-100. Principally graz
ing laud, and comprises an area of
.1,2,10 acres moro or less. Upet
8200 per annum
G. The Ahupuaa of Wahikull or Mala,
situate in Lahabia, .Maui. Grazing
land. Area 2,807 net es. Upset 8200
The I.en-o of the lamU Honokawal
and Wahikull will he so'd subject tn .1.
Ksplnda's leases which expire January
I, lb!2, mid February 1, 1803, respec
tively. It Is reqniied that panics pur
chasing the lea-e ot the said lands will,
not later than 12 n. onlhs after the ex
piration of the present leae, lemove
all cattle, goats mid animals from iho
wood, and daring the remainder of the
new leao keep tho finest free of n'l
entile, and animals of nil kliuR
CSf-Mnpsof all the above land may
he Mien and pailleiilnrs obtained upon
application to tlm Agent of Crown
Lauds, Alliolaiil Hale.
OUltTIS I IAUKKX.
Agent of Crown Lauds.
ll liaiker.Hio 5. N. Cis-:i
ti f.edi si.pply of
-I'Oll 8t.K 11Y-
J. F. COLOURS &Co.,
SQ5 Queen Hiircl. jlw
flepmre Bay Goal !
Kx Iiaik "O. O. Vflilinime."
Kon s.M.r at
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
1001 Xo.-til Queen istrcel. flm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
4 T the minimi iiieellii'of ihe PcoplcV
iV Ice & tlcfriveiiitiiie; Co, held
TUESDAY, Mnich Uih, the following
otli!i'ii, who contiiuilii nleo thu Ilonul
oT WrrctorF, were elected;
W.O. Smith l'icsldent,
.lona. AuMin NMee.l 'resilient,
t). I'. Oustle S'cieiury,
(3. It Dlsliop Treasurer,
T. W. Uobrou u.Htor.
O. V OASTldC,
.VI) lOt Herniary P. 1 A. H. Co.
Union Iron Works Co.
VTOTIOK s hereby given that at u
1A Hireling of the Biilneilljers to tho
capital stock of the above named Coin
panv held In Honolulu, II. I., Maieh
ii. 'ISM, It was voted to accept tho
Charter of Corporation dated Maieh 1,
1890, for the term of llfiy yeats, granted
bv tho Hawaiian Government. The lla
btlltv of the stockholders Is limited to
tho 'amount duo and unpaid on tho
shares held. The following olllcer
were elected for the ensuing year:
J.X. S. Williams President,
H. Moro Secretary & TroaBiuer,
A. J. Cartwright Auditor.
Tho above named officers also constl"
tuto a Hoard of Directors.
10(1 ljn Secretary it Ticasurer-
OIT1 IVBTWr, YORK
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in tho'cvcnt of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dilion to Hie amount of the policy, or, should the insured .survive a given number of years, tluuCompany will
return all the premiums paid with Interest; or, instead of-accepting the policy and profits in cash the leirnl holder
limy, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, lako in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in tile United States, and the Lar
gest Finauctal Institution iu the World, its assets e&ucedidg One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
tST For full particulars call on or
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
G rutin in
gj7" And will bo
Coffee, Ten, Choeolato &
ripe & Cigarette Tobacco,
Open from U:30 a. m.
1 SB If nB
R H MBHIiHTI
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale, Hoi Ale, Grenafline, Rasjtoyajte, tanarilla, Mineral Water!!, Etc.
t&r All communication nnd orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
389 lm - .Agents.
Gate City Stone Filter !
TIioko Filters nro ensile cleansed,
nnd NEVER become CltACKKD or
CItA.El) by chnuKc of e'lnperuturo of
The FUturlnir Medium U n X ATUR AL
STOXE, mined from tho earth. It U
unlike miv other stone.
ft l)o!H Not Absorb and
Ilecomo Foul !
IMPURITIES never PEXETRATI3
It, but He on the surfiio.'. uud Internally
the rtono leinnlns as mite and whltft
lifter years of uo as when taken from
The Gate ( ity Stone Filter Is a per
fect Fiieeef-H. It Is tlin only ical filter I
have ever seen. I would not bo without
ono for any cnusldciatlon. It convertu
our lake water Into the best drinking
water In the world.
IIknhy M.Lyman, M. D
.Via West Adams St , Chicago.
12F" For Salo by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opj odty FprccUels it Co.'a Hank,
4"U tf Fort street, Honolulu.
JUST RECEIVED I
-von sam: nv tiii:
AKERY and COF
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to
BILL oi FA.RI3:
Soused rig's beet, Cold Hani,
A LAKOi: AKR01IT.MENT OF
Pipes, Cignr & Cigarette
until 9:30 i-. m.- Saturday "Wit, open
E G A3ST & a
IIAVK JU3T RECEIVED
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
JfClrt OIotoi from O to UO Buttons,
Hosiery, Satinos, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Go:d,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises.
Our Oreat Annual Rmnant flule, which ii so eagerly looked for by
COMMENCES THIS SATURDAY
And will Rtivpa'pB nny that has over taken pi nee. at this or any other
IU:3IXA.XT.S IN ALL IJEPART3IEXTM !
We must fell our Roninanta nnd you will bo glad to buy them tit low price
at which thiy nro ofl'ered. Bo suro to be on baud Saturday.
X. II. All Uoiida Marked with IMnln Figaro and Hold ror Cash Only
Chas. J. FISHELS,
Tho Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
COKN EU nOTEL
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKING STOCK I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Till , Xetoruary 15tli, Oxily.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
G nnd 8 Buttons in perfect ordor nt $1 a pair Groat Bargains.
All my DRESS. GINGHAMS nbout 140 pieces to select from nro offered nt
' Cost l'rico. A small ljno of
Scotch GiHiams at a Great Reduction!
READ THIS A largo nnsortmont of READ THIS
WHITE IXRJES8 GOODS,
Stub na Piques, Embroidcrod Swiseee, India Linon, Plain Swics, Nainsook and
many pthor lines of Whlto Goods. I will soil at bucIi a
'prico that everybody will buy thom.
gjKT Remember, February lfith will closo this Sale. Jg3
Feb 1-00 Coruor Hotel & Fort Strcotg.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
C'f 18 Gates, Etc, Etc.
pari of tho city. J$&
wpiceu tongue, Hpiccit ucot, baiau?, r.tc.
AMERICAN CIGARS !
Holders, Cold Drinlcs, Etc.
all night. Rell Telephono 2S2.
& FOKT STREETS.
MANY LINES OP
Mi..fl'. ."'- .,&. .ctti i.::iU&& Ma,&i3im: