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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., MARCH 29, 1890.
Tenders for Stationery.
Tenders tiro hereby invited for the
supply of stationery, for the Depart
ment of the Attorney-General, for the
biennial period, beginning April 1st,
I8i)0. Snub tenders will he received
at the Attorney-General's ollieo up to
noon on Fill DAY, Iho lib oj April,
and should bo indorsed, "Tenders for
Stationery." Lists of articles, upon
which to base such bids, can bo seen
at the oflluc of the Attorney-General.
The privilege is icsorved to reject
any and all bids, us well as to select
fioiu such bids any items less than
the whole tender.
C. Y. ASllFOlU),
fill 2l Attorney-General.
r ii xs
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, MAR. 21), 1890.
The booby act being played by
the Minister of Interior "rule or
ruin" is too dignified a phrase to
describe it will tend to make all
sensible citizens rejoice in the pros
pect of an early close of such nurs
ery administration. It belongs to
those filibustering tactics that to de
nounce was, in the view of Reform
campaign stumpers, the same as
making "inflammatory appeals."
One of the lunas whose pay on
the Volcano Road the Auditor
wouldn't audit was that militant
supporter of the present "order"
who a few months ago tried to es
tablish accord with the administra
tion by brandishing a pistol in quiet
people's faces about Jlown. It might
be possible that the bill for his sup
port would be not unaudited to-day
if the Minister had correctly put a
"tic" in the designation of hisotllcc.
This is a changeful world. .Noth
ing connected with it changes moro
easily or rapidly than the sentiments
and attitudes of its inhabitants.
Somewhere about August last the
Ministers of the Crown had recourse
to the powerful aid.pf the Supreme
Court to compel the King to endorse
the commission of V. V. Ashford as
leader of the army,. and in March
the same Ministers arc dead set
against that gentleman's holding the
It is not, as a correspondent of
the Advertiser says, tliatthc Auditor-General
is given the power to
direct that prison or other labor
shall be employed here or there. It
is that if expenditure for labor is
inclined where not authorized by
the Legislature its payment out of
the treasury shall not be sanctioned
by the Auditor-General. That is the
duty for which the ofllce of Auditor
General was established. And the
Minister of Interior knows it.
See-sawing on a plank is a favorite
suniiscnient of school boys, and, sad
to.say, too many carry a certain bad
impression thereof into manhood
and all through life. When practis
ing the see-sawing art, as they saw
thcirsclioolfellows' heads going down
they felt and knew their own to be
going up. There- their education
llnishcd, and this recollection not
having been obscured by any know
ledge acquired in after ycars,has be
come a faith, pure and simple ; so
they chuckle when they see a fellow
creature descending morally, finan
cially, or otherwise.
ll is rumored that a proposed ap
pointment by the Marshal in his own
ofllce lias had to be countermanded
because such a row was raised about
it on the part of supporters of the
Government who had greater claims
on whatever good was going. With
out blaming or excusing the Marshal
for the merits of his choice, it may
be poitite'd out that the over-ruling
of this ollicial, in a matter of more
immediate concern to him than lo
anybody else, is an instance of ex
cessive centralization in the Govern
ment liuildiug. It used in ante
revolution days to be a grievance
against the one-man power that it
interfered in the selection of every
subordinate ofllcial. Query;- Aro
matters improved by having similar
interference emniiating from the
Recently I met on the street n
gentleman who is a staunch "re
former," and as he showed a dispo
sition to talk 1 gave him audience.
Finding Hint 1 was a good listener,
he became quite voluble, and cap
ped a splendid flight of oratory
thus: "The last Legislature was the
finest aggregation of intellectuality,
respectability, nnd integrity I have
ever seen in Hie legislative hall of
this country." While I was silently
reflecting upon the signal intellect
ual and moral sterility of the coun
try, as the only logical deduction to
be drawn from the sentences above
quoted, a mutual friend who had
joined us a few minutes before, let
off the ungenerous and cruel re
mark, "Well, 1 think it would have
been in consonance with the princi
ples of strict justice to have sent the
House to trial before Hie Supreme
Court for malicious libel upon
legislation." The meeting dispers
Orators have a fashion of saying,
"Here is the whole argument in a
nutshell." That is just exactly
where the labor question is, as far
as a majority of the planters arc
concerned. I admit and believe
that a few exceptional gentlemen
with sugar incrcats, intending to
live and die in the country, feel
concerned to the extent of desiring
the importation of such labor as is
best calculated to make a desirable
permanent population. But mtst
planters, if they could be induced
to speak their sentiments in plain
English, would put the whole ques
tion in this little "nutshell: "We
want cheap labor the cheaper the
better: Asiatics suit us best, and
therefore Asiatics we arc goinc to
have. What do we care about the
future of tlio country or the welfare
of a few impudent tradesmen, me
chanics, and others? The first law
of nature is the only law that inter
ests us, and that law impels us to
look to number one. We are after
money, and as long as we can make
money, a fig for everything else.
With a plentiful supply of spondulix
we and cur families can live abroad,
while the country goes to Jericho,
Jerusalem, or China." The love of
money and self-interest arc the
great regulators of opinion and con
duct, and If Antishamus were a
planter perhaps he might swallow
the contents of the nutshell as
Yes, I, too, liked that speech of
Judge Deady. What ho, said about
missionaries was good. The judge
likes missionaries, but he seems to
think that it is possible for them to
have too much of their own way.
Says he: "In a civilized country
there must be something besides the
missionary. There must be com
merce, there must be freedom, and
there must be government, and the
missionary must take his place, not
be all in all in the Government, and
this country is passing through that
stage." That's just exactly it.
"The missionary must take his
place," and his place js to attend to
the spiritual needs of the people,
teach the young the ways of right
eousness, etc., not to go election
eering or trying to boss the Govern
ment. All history, including Ha
waiian history, shows that when the
missionary or his satellites meddle
in such things they muddle them.
There was a time when the mission
aries were "all in all in the govern
ment" of this country, and their
apostles, wearing the mantles of
their masters and as their succes
sors, covet "the whole hog," too.
The foreign judge disapproves; so
does the wandering Arab ; and so
do lots of resident citizens. This
is the stage through which the coun
try is. passing at present, and "the
signs of the times" encourage the
expectation that men better lilted
by nature and education lor the
work of Government will be entrust
ed witli its management, while the
festive missionary and his apostles
take their own proper place, and
their coadjutor and tool, the fili
buster, becomes merely an histo
Since actions at law in a couple
of cases of alleged libel, now iieiul
ing, were commenced, the subject
of libel has somewhat agitated the
social repose of this quid little town.
The familiar quotation of modern
times has issued from many mouths
"the greater the truth the greater
the libel" and the prevailing no
tion among those who "know every
thing" seems to be, that it is both
lawful and complimentary to sajf or
attribute anything to another, pro
vided it is untrue ; but if it happens
to be u fact then the law provides a
pecuniary plaster to cover up the
foul ulcer, and make compensation
for crime. Now, let us sec what
view Justinian, anold-timo believer
in justice, takes of the matter. Says
he, "Damage done by word the law
may condone, mitigate, or condi
tionally nullify, but it has no power
to remove or palliate the stigma
which justly remains impressed upon
an evil deed. If the recitation
of a proven wrong could bo held
punishable, the rewards of inno
cence and virtue would by exco
gitativc deduction bo regarded with
contempt, inasmuch as crime would
be allowed to claim equal immuni
ties with honesty, and being of
greater power, would eventually
claim precedence." Thus the man
of days that arc said by conceited
moderncrs to have been dark rea
soned like a Christian, while they
themselves relapse into the crrronc
ous conclusions of paganity. Justi
nian recognized common sense as
the foundation of common law, and
drew no 'distinction between legal
right and moral justice.
DOUIJLE DHAY, lo
L hire or buy.
Horses, broken to
saddle iuhI lumic".
'-1- Apiily lo
A. T ATKINSON,
IY Mnv IGth, u House
J within 10 minutes' walk
of Pi st Ollioe. Mint contain
at least six rooms Intli nnil cook house.
Address "P. () lio. ill II." 514 lw
a i COTTAGE convenient to
AssStim street cms. Would like
MfifT qnie' I'liH'f near Hotel. Mo.
derate lent ib-lied Address "0. U.,'
IiUi.l.K-iiN Olli'i- 509 tf
rpO rent for 1 montli a Large
1 Itooni or Hull, cither
Kiound Moor or upstair?, must
lie centrally i-iiuated. 405 tf
Heal Estate For Sale.
TWO Houses and Lots on
Kohello Lane, Pnlatnn.
Convenient to steam nnd tram
curs. Very : euitiiy locality. i.oi on
King street, near Hamnuku's Line. For
particulars applv to
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Or Jha. T. Oiilick. 4'l() iliu
LOT FOR SALE
A FINE Level Lot, KWCOO
feet; very desirable for
building. Will be fold cheap.
For'fuitlier piirticulars nd.
dres-s "A," Bulletin Ofllee.
A SITUATION as Engineer or Lima.
Well qualified to (111 cither posi.
lion. References if requited. Address
i'F. IL." this office. JiOO lw
COPIES of the Daily Bui.i.i.tin, of
the dates specified helow, CO cents
a copy will l)e paid for the same on
delivery at this otllee:
January 1. 1NKI), CoiiIoh.
, . WANTED
AWOMANSirvnnt or Servnnt Uirl
to partly attend to 2 children, and
do light housework, for a gentleman's
family on Kauai. No fcrubbing, lump
cleaning to ho done: other pervnnts kepi.
Apply to J. E. BROWN & CO.,
COS tf Merchant street
DRAFT No. -128, drawn hy the Ho
noinu Hugar Co. Teh. 10, 18H0,
for 8.120 has heen lost or stolen. All
parties arc hereby warned against
negotiating same. 11121 in
A DIVIDEND of Ten (10) Per Cent
on the capital stock of tho Star
Mill 'o. is due and payable lo bliarc.
holders at Ihn office of
512 ill W.M. G. IRWIN & CO.
CHUN KOW is no longer in my em.
ploy, and is not authorized to sign
inv name or net for me in anv manner
whatever KAI KEK.
Honolulu. Vnrch 2?, WK). 512 tw
NO. II King streel, near the Bridge.
Open tiny and night. Meals at all
hours Ordeis lor California nroducu
icceived. E. T. G1L55Y,
512 2ni 1'iopriflor.
For Sale at Low Kates
NEW Phaetons ami Top Buge ie',
Frazer and Cold Walter Carts, 1
Business Ibiggie, Polo nnd Shaft ; also,
Second lutnil Hacks, Open and Top Bug.
gies, all in good condition; and ifor..es
suitable for p'liniHtion nn. Applv
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES,
01 1 lm S I. Shaw, Malinger
IRUWOOD for t-ahi r.t Hiiwnihin
Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Queen and Nituanu streets.
'FHE BEST PAPER to Biibbcriho
1 for is the "Dally Biillutin." 50
cents net mouth
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
Boat House Fixtures !
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell nt I'll bile Auction,
On FRIDAY, April ith,
AT VA O'CLOCK XOOX.
The following well-known Killing
The Six-oared R. Gig "Lllluokalanl."
The Six-oared Racing Gig "Kaiulani."
The Four-oared Rac. Gig ''Unknown."
The Slx-oared R. Barge "Kapiolani."
The Two-oared R. Canoe "B. F. D."
Heti or Cellar A. I'lne Hpoon Oiii'h,
Furniture A Itout IIoiihc KIxIiuvh.
BET Snic positive. No reserve '
JAS. F. MORGAN,
514 Ot Auctioneer.
Saturday, March. 29,
AT 7:il O'CLOCK V. St.,
For the llcnellt of the Kniimakaplll
1. Kaumakapili S. School Choim....
2. Ewa Sunday School.
!l. Knpnlama S. School Chorus
"Sweet Vale of Ro-t."
I. Kainehaniehii Gleu Club
".Evening lloiu ."
5. Ewa Sunday School.
C. Kapalama S. School, Duett
"In the Starlight."
INTUtMIfSlOK HI VI". MIXUTKS.
1. Pauoa Sunday School.
'J. Ewa Sunday School.
;i. Kaumakapili S. School Chorus. . .
4. Kapalama S. School, Solo and
Chorus.... "The Wife's Appeal."
5. Kanichatucha School Choru1-....
. "Father of Moicle ."
(f. Kwa Sundav School.
Adults '...0 Cents
Children IT. Cents
tSf Tickets to be had at the store of
A. L. Smith, on Fort street, and at the
Per Harkenlir.o S. N. C.istle
a fresh supply of
Hay & Grain
-FOlt SAI.K 1IV-
J. F. COLBURN St Co,,
505 Queen Sired. I lw
Tin Puelllc lliirtlwuru Co.
Have just reieivrd a fine line of
6, Wostengholm'sI.X.L. Cutlery;
Also, Chamo s Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
MM J Supplies Generally.
Of San Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Having worked in some of the largest
piuuo and organ factories in the United
ntatcs of America, I am fully able and
prepared to do all kinds of repair work
In the most satisfactory munner.
I-Orders can ho left at II. P.
iclimnii'a Jewelry Stoie, Foil Micei,
at tho Advertiser cilllce. or through
Mutual Telephone No 117 fO(l lm
" TENDERS WANTED.
FO R R E P AIRS T O . E V E U A L
Buildings of S'. Andrew's 1'iinry.
Spccilbntions may lie hud nt the ollico
of ALEX' .1. CARTWRIUHT.
Merchiiut S' Op,i. llmhul St.
Honolulu, Mai. 21. 1BII0 60s lw
NOTICE is hereby uiven that the
office- of (1 0 Nicavama, Chief
inspector of .InpiiiicM) In'migtniils Iris
this day been leinoved to room No a,
over SpiTckelh' Bank, Fort tieet
March 25, lHliQ Gtl ilt
Union Iron Works Co.
NOTICE Is hereby friven that at a
meeting of the siibeiihers to the
capital stock of the above named Com
pany held In Honolulu, II. I., March
11. 18110, It was voted to accept the
Charter of Corporation dated March 1,
181)0, for tho term of llfly years, granted
by tho Hawaiian floveriimeiit. The lia
bility of the stockholders h limited to
tho amount duo and unpaid on the
shares held. The following ollleers
were elected for the ensuing year:
J.N. S. Williams President,
R. Moro Secretary & Treasurer,
A. J. Oartwrlfrht Auditor.
Tho above named ollleers also consti
tute a Hoard of Directors.
100 lm Secretary & Tieasiuer.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF IVJEW YORK
Is issuing a new form of insttrnnce which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums pnid 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 inteicstvor, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the Iciral holder
nmy, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take 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 the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dollars.
JJ6T- For full particulate call on or address
l)oo-'24-8!) General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands;
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
mill Saloon Bread,
gtr And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any part of the eity. &f
IJIJLX. of ITA1E:
Coll'ee, Ten, Chocolate it Milk,
Soused Pig's Feet, Cold Hum,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Beef, Salads, Etc.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
Pipe & Cigarette Tobacco, Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders, Cold Drinks, Etc.
IW Open from IliliO A. M. until OtfO i. M. Saturday night, open all night. Bell Telephone 282.
Mutual Toliphono 211. Post Ollico Box 178. .187 (iiti
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
O. 1?. BAILEY. Manager.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, : CREAM -and-: PLAIN : SODA,
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON "WATER,
Ginpr Ale, Hop AID, Grenadine, Basjlerryaie, Sarsajarllla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
1 GLEPHONE 297.
V3r All communications and orders should bo addressed lo
Gate City Stone Filter !
These Filters are easily cleansed,
and NEVER become CRACKED or
CRAZED by change- of lempcratuie of
The FIlteiingMedhuu is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from tho earth. It is
tniliUe iiiiy other stone.
It Does Not .Absorb and
Become Foul !
IMPURITIES never PEN'ETRATE
it, but He on the Mirfnci', anil internally
the stone remains as pine and while
after years of use as when taken from
The Onto City Stone Filter is a per
fect success. It N tho only real tiller I
have ever seen. I would not be without
one for any consideration. i conveits
our lal.e water Into the be.st drinking
water lu the world.
Ilr.Nitv M. Lyman, M. D.,
53:1 We.-t Adams SI , Chicago.
W For Sale by
Opposite Spreekels fc Co.'s.llanU,
4 it tf Fort streel, Honolulu.
IjWtOM tho Co ist ,i uholee lot of
. Cigars, Gijriieiti-. and Tobacco,
which will bo sold ' vorv low pr ce.
llll! lm No 87 KhiK streel.
I rpHE iiiidirsigni'd having been up-
X poiiilid AH'Ignuc oi Miinnei tie
Coiivela, biinkriipi, of IIoIiihIim, Ninth
Kona, Hawaii, it'ipiesis all prisons Imv
ing claims again l mid o t itn, who'lier
secured by mortgage or iiliui w ls, to
present the siiino at oneeiliily piown
hofoie ih Cuirt, and all poisons in.
doliled to iald ouite will mako Imme
diate payni'iil to mo al my olllee, No.
01 King slrcni. uvit .lohii Noti's
Honolulu, Maieh 2'l, 18011 HI 'J It
BAKERY and COFFEE SALOON
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
Juiles, Giipr Sus,
A I.AltOK AHROUTMKNT Of
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
FINE LINE of
New Styles of
JUST OPENED AT
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Millinery & DreNunaking Establibhincnt, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
Branm SlocK of INDIA CHALLIES al 10 yds for $1
EGAN & GUNN
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
Ivll CJIovoh from f to WO UiitloaH,
Hosiery, Satines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress 'Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKING STOCK I HAVE REDUCED MANY LINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
1?ill leli'iiaiy 15tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves
(i and 8 Millions in perfect order at a pair Great Margains.
All my DRESS GINGHAMS about 110 pieces to 6olect fioni aie ollered at
CostPiico. A small linu of
Scotch Gin'hams af a Great Reduction !
READ THIS A largu assortment of READ THIS
WHITE X3R,I3S5 GOODS.
Such ns Piques, Einbioidored Swisses, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nainsook ami
many otbur lines of White Goods. I will sell at siieh a
iiiicu that everybody will buy them.
fjT Iloniember, February lfitli will olosu this Sale. fCt
i'd) 1-90 ' Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Coffee Gales, Etc., Etc.
DRESS GOODS !
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tb ' A&Atafc-tff 'l&lAlttk'j'Mjibdd wfciAaW4UfcfwJ4ifer
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