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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, .U. I., MAKCJ1 31, 18S0.
PUdccii to neither Sett nor Party,
Hut established for the bentit of alt.
MONDAY, MAIL HI, 1800.
Washington despatches of the
i.l9t Inst, state that the sugar du
ties Troiild be increased, from what
they nre in the hill, to conform to
protests, but only slightly.
A private letter from Maui to a
icsidcnt ot Honolulu says thai
prisoners at Wniliiku arc compelled
to carry bags of sand from the sand
hills to tin; jail through the heat of thu
day. This is effecting the sentences of
hard labor to a rather severe degree,
and the Attorney-General ought to
look into it.
Wc have received a copy of the
San Francisco Music and Drama of
March 22nd, iu which Mr. J.. ,1.
Levey is reported to have engaged
inferior dramatic talent for a short
season in Honolulu. There is pro
bably some mistake about this. Mr.
Levey is too well acquainted with
the tastes of our people to do any
thing of the kind.
Ohas. Peterson, the lookout at
Diamond Head, is in want of a Ma
rine Signal Code book. The best
lie has is several years old and an
English work that contains very few
vessels of other nationalities. He
Is a faithful public servant but can
not perform his duties to his own or
shipowners' g hatiafactioii without
adequate equipments. Peterson ap
plied at the Interior Olllce for :i
signal book, but was relerred lo the
pilots. He doe- not -ee thai the
matter belongs to the pilot and
therefore declines to apply to them.
PftOQKESS IN SCHOOL MATTERS.
It is an accepted proposition, that
the education of the young should
be a first concern of the State. The
Hawaiian Government fiouitlie time
It assumed a civilized form lias, prac
tically endorsed this doctrine. The
legislative body has been liberal
in its appropriations, and the execu
tive department of government
the Board of Education has en
deavored to use tlin funds under its
control in a way to ell'ect the best
i eturns, according to its judgment.
The general results arc such as the
nation need not be ashamed of.
From year to year, as the country
has risen iu the scale of civilization,
the demands on the resources of the
Board of Education have increased,
and Legislature after Legislature
lias striven to make adequate appro
priations. Owing to the general
and urgent desiic of the people for
English schools schools in which
the English language is taught a
considerably augmented amount of
money has been required during the
last lew years to satisfy that wish.
New .srhoolhoiises have been erect
ed and additional teachers employ
ed. There not having been a sulll
cieucy of the latter in the country,
they had to lie brought from abroad.
The present condition ot educa
tional matters in the kingdom may
be considered, on the whole, satis
factory. The piogress of the last
two or three years is remarkable.
Taking into account (lie many pecu
liar circumstances- foreign lan
guage, mixed population, of which
much the greater part is new lo
western civilization, etc. the intel
ligent observer and investigator is
surprised at the icsults apparent in
juvenile Hawaii, as well as at tho
means provided by the Government
tor the production thereof. In com
paring this with other countries he
will also llnd that in educational
matters wo are ahead of many and
behind but few.
UNMISTAKABLE SICNS OF PROS
PERITY. EniTOit 11li.i.i:tin:
V'es, thero is prosperity in our
islands, us can he inferred from the
following little statistics collected in
one of our country districts ditriii";
the last two years and a half.
Two whito retail storekeepers fnil
ed (.besides two or three Chinese).
Five of tlin same buMness worn
obliged to sell out and two or three
more nre in verypoorcirouuiKtancus.
One uliopwns burned, and three tin
smiths, two carpenters, one butcher,
two potato raisers, and two or three
native poi manufacturers had to give
Wilder's .Steamship (Jo. reduced
(we suppose on account nf prosper
ity) the trips lo Hawaii from four
to three a month.
Wages fell from S2 lo &20 or -'.!
a month. Lately, however, there
was a slijiht improvement. Yes,
thero is piosperity in Hawaii, but
restricted, we suppose, to (he plant
As the lax assessors and conse
quently tho liuasury are very often
haliled by the shrewd planter, wc
suggest to the next Legislature to
charge an export duty on every
1001b. ol sugar, say 20c. for No. 1,
too. for No. 2, und 10c. for No. !.
Tins tax could bo easily collected,
without great extra expense, by the
port surveyors. The home consump
tion being limited tke loss to the
treasury would be small, and the
systcuiwould, when judged proper,
lie changed to an excise duty. As
a compensation the lands planted in
sugar ought to be appraised at a
low and uniform price. We would
advocate nlso u heavier taxation on
waste land, so as to oblige the tinn
er to sell or to plant on it.
THE VOLCANO ROAD.
"Men never feel the, halter draw
With good opinion of the law."
"If. in any content, the challenging
party is worsted, let him abuse the
umpire." Mniquisof (JncensliuryC?).
Can you inform us if any mad
supervisors have accepted a cele
brated road from the contractors
who undertook to make it V When
the appropriation for it was granted,
many thought it would not sufllce to
complete the line, so that "mine of
wealth," those sulphur banks, would
be accessible. It was so evident
that the grant would be exhausted
about the time Olaa was reached,
that it would have been useless to
call for bids. If it was undertaken
by any party, was it not done in full
knowledge of the fact that the cost
of that road, which was to be an en
tirely new public, improvement, was
provided for by a public loan? The
current. Appropriation Bill made
large grants for the usual and un
avoidable expenditures of the Gov
ernment, even allowing them to run
on for three months, if necessary
these, from the ordinary sources of
revenue. Is it credible that the last
Parliament designed or that the
coming Assembly will approve the
using funds set aside for what may
become a pressing need before the
net three months are past, to vamp
up an exhausted grant made out. of
an expensive loan? Or would a pri
vate" contractor be helped out of
"the woods?" ???
Seven convictions fordiunkenncss
were made in the Police Court this
Ah Foy was sentenced to pay a
fine, of SM) with S.'t costs, and do'one
hour's iiard labor, for opium in pos
session. A committki: of Viiiious Honolulu
Soeiet ios wen t down the Oalm ltail way
yesterday lo select a picnic ground
They fixed on tliolieautifulltaynionil
prove an oltltiinu picnic resort near
Aki's. When the report is adopted
the Company will have a commodious
and shapely pavilion eieeled nu the
HA VINO loujht out Mr. V. II.
1'npu in tlin "llonnliiln Carriage
ManutncKiry," nt VIS Foil stieel, 1 am
prepared to continue the above business
uiiifer the o'il nmnc of Honolulu Car
riage Maiiufaetoiy, and lieiug an old
expeiierccil rnrrlai;e builder I folicit
tho polioiinge of my old friends and the
putiiie m general, anil Willi niyuioroiign
;novlcdce of the business and with ov
pcrieii oil woikinen and usintj only the
liest mTiterial 1 guarantee general fails
faction I'leaop call ami sec me before
going eHc where.
(Signed): UIDKON WEST.
Il'innlulii. (let. 1.1, 1SHIJ. hill If
Collector Wiio tt:l.
AN aeiim American, Knglishinaii or
ficiman, nt good babliB and char
net cr, who also speaks Hawaiian, "and
can fiirnHi fltat-elass leferenrefi, may
obtain a permanent situntlou us Col.
lector, by ndilrifsfing P. (). Box No.
HOUSE lo KENT.
I.AHGE 2 Story Hoiifce,
llrst class In every res.
nsct, wlili all necessary out
buildings, fine lavn, shade trees, Uowcr
beds etc , very desirably located within
10 minutes' walk nf the Post Olllce, will
be leased for ouo or more yenrs, at a
rcasonab'e rental to a select private
family. Apply at
HAWAIIAN lir.SIXKSS AOKNCY.
FurniHlicd Hoiiho To
Walklki, a two Hlory
House, conlainlni' six
rooms nicely furnished, wilh
kitchen, lanai. bath and servant's looms.
stable, rlc , to let for a few months at a
ro.uonable rate. Or rooms will be let
Blneb' with pood table board.
HAWAIIAN UUSINKSS AOKNf'Y.
Valiiablo Proprty For Halo
iiianii Avenue, a
iwly furnibed 2-storv
containing H rooms,
kltelicn, bathroom, closetn, eiirrlaL'u
house, stable, licnery, etc. Oinuiids
contain 2 2-10 acres, well laid out hi
lawn', tliRdo and fruit treiM, (lowers,
etc.. Will bo Fold low, wilh or without
furniliue, horses, carriaRCs, livestock,
and all the appointments needed in a
tirst-cliiss leshtenee, as the owner in
tends leaving these Islands.
HAWAIIAN UUSINKFH AOKNOV.
AI.AHOK assortnient of rbotoraplis
and 8(ereoscoph Vleww of (he
most attractive scenery, buildings, eto ,
iu these Mauds, for sale at reasonable,
HAWAIIAN UUSINKSS AGRNOY.
Coiner l-'ort and Meri'lianl slreets.
tVr --' -fj
From 5 a. tit. to f p. m.
On GOOD l''RMY,AliriUlli
Candy Factory & Bakery,
F. HORN, Proprietor
Government Coupons Lost !
Milled -'Hid. 'ni I poll 3 830, Homl No. 2l!l
' jiltn, " y.T
' -JHO. " '-':'.
' " $l.-., " KM
Honolulu, March -'.". I.MM). .111 If
IIOltRER FOR 8 ALU.
MVu onon iiu
HorfOH, liroken lo
iinilillc unit lininrss.
L)Y May l.'ttli, :i lloinxi
u llliin II) mliuil.'V walk
i nf Post Olllce. MiM eontnin
nl least civ room?, Intli ami ernk liouse
Adilre-'s "P. (). llo am." r,U lv
ACOTTAlSi: iiiiiii-iiiunl to
street rnts. Would like
oulcl olnre neat Hotel Mo.
derate rent ilesiml. Address "( C,"
H ft.i.FTiN Oniee. flOOjf
tpl) rent fur 1 nionlli u l.ait;ii
itoom or Hull, Miner
Kround Unnr or iiiistaiic, must
lie centrally tliuutcil. 10.r, tf
Koal Kniaie For Sale.
rpVO Houses and Luis mi
X Iiolicllo l.'ine. I'alnum.
tJfffiLl Convenient to steam and hum
cnr veiy tieaiiiiy locaniy. i.oi on
KIiil sircet", near llnmnukuV fiiio. For
piirtieubir.s apply to
JOHN K. HOW I.Kit.
Or I has. T. Oiiliek. tun am
LOT KOIl SALI3
1 .'IVR l.nvi.l I nl IIIKiOn
SSSSl J. feet; very ile.-irable for
'SC-V' l,.,.l.i;.... It'll! I,... ,..! M.rno
nil nil ii II ill iwr.'iii I.IHB(I
For luitber paiticulaM tut.
iliofs"A," Hft.i.riiN Olllce.
A SITUATION nt Kngincer or l.iiini.
Well oiialifietl to llll either posl.
tlon Huforuncrs if itquiied
F. II.." Ill W olllce.
CtOl'IKbof tho Hah.y Hi i.ixii.n, of
; the dates specified below, 50 cents
a copy will be paid for the same on
delivery at. this ollleo:
January 1, 1HNU, !i '1k.
A WOMAN Servant or Servant
xV. to partly attend to 3 children, and
do lllit hoiihewnk, tor a RCtitlenian's
family on Kanni. No scrubbing, lamp
cleaning tobeuone: otiirrecrvnntsicept.
Apply to .1. V.. HltOWN ,V CO.,
ADIYIDKNI) of Tin (HI) I'ci Cent
on the eapitnl stock of the Star
Mill Co. is due and piyablo to share,
holders al the nlllcc of
r,12:tl W.MLfi. IIWINiV Co.
CI II UN KOW Is no longer In my em-
ploy, and U not autbori'ed to sign
my name or net for me in anv manner
whatever. FA1 KKK.
llnnoliilu, Majclijivi, IFOtl r,12 1w
rpilK i.udt relied having been ap.
X polntrd As Ignpo of Mauoel do
fiouveiii, lrinlirupt, of Hnlualoa, North
Kona, Hawaii, refpiesta all persons hav
liiK claims agalnt faid est'ito, whether
secured by mortgage r otherwise, to
prefcnl Hie same al once-duly proven
before Mm Court, and all peteons In.
dnbted In .ald eat ite will make lininc
dlaie puyiiiinl lo ine at my ollieu, No.
Ill Kinir'siti eel, over .Inbn Noll's
llnnoliilu. March 21, lufln filSI
For Salo at Low llnlos
IVTKW I'liaetons and Tup lluggles,
1 Kraer and Cold Waller Carls, 1
Business Uuggie, r.dn and Shall ; also,
Second hand flaekii, Open mid Top Hug
gies, all In good condition; and Htnvcs
suitable for plantation inc. Apnlv
HAWAIIAN HO TKIifVI'Alll.lW,
111 liu S I. Shaw, Manager.
IMItRWOOD for Hile t.l Iluwiillnti
. Conimerclal BalesroniuM, corner of
tjupeu and Nmiann slreets. IBS tf
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
i Boat House Fixtures !
At my .Sitlmronin, Queen Hlieet, 1 will
iH-ll at Public Auction.
On FRIDAY. April 4th,
AT lie O't'.i.OiliL .YfHI.V
Tlit1 following v1l.'itiowti lln, big
The Six-oared R. (iij "Liliuokalani."
The Six-oared Racing Gig "Kaiulanl."
The Four-oared Rac. Gig 'Unknown.".
The Six-oared R. Bargo "Kapiolani."
The Two-oared R. Canoe "B. F. D."
Si-Ih ill' (icilar A I'luc Sinnn Oiii-h.
Furniture A llonl llniiHi- riturrH.
1ST fnlo positive. Nn rrfene
.IAS. F. IOIIGAN,
Base Bail Goods !
Mru. THOS. LACK,
Agent for Hpald in u; lin-e Uall suppli.
will reeelvu per S unmerA An.
Iralia and Alameda a full
line of the Litesl
The Rules & Regulations for '90
D.i h.it luigfi! th'it Mr). Thoj Lick,
si Kori slnvt, has the Hgeney
fm the wot Id lennwned
Spalding's Sporting. jood.s.
t&- Call lor one ol
log lies free
Tin- .1 MIoauiHhlp
Will leave Honolulu for the above pruts
on or about
1ST" For treight or pismiRe, hiving
superior cabin and steerage accommo
dations, apply to
v Win. 0. iaWlN & Co.,
fillt td Asenlt,
Per llail.enliiieS. N. Uisllc
a fie-h supply ol
Hay &. Grain
-- -rim iui i' nv
J. F. COLBURN &CoM
00.0 Queen Streil. llw
The rue lite Jltu-ituur 'u.
Have Just rerclved a line line of
G. Wostengliolin'sl.X.L. Cutlery;
Also, Chamois Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
'-(in I Supplies aeaenlly. I tf
Of San Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Having worked in some of the larcesl
piuiio and organ factories In the United
htates of America, I am fully able and
nrcpaicd to do all kinds of repaii work
in tho most satisfactory manner.
tSf Orders can be left at II. F.
WIeliman's .luwelry Btnre, Foil street,
at the Advertiser olllce, or through
Mntn.il Telephone No- iH7. MttUn
NO TICK Is hereby given that Hie
ollleo of 0. O. Nacayama, Chief
Inspector of Japauese Immigrants, has
this day been removed lo room No. 2,
over Hprcekols' Hank, Foit street.
Ma n;h 25, 18P0 fill ill
Union Iron WovUh Co.
MOTIOK Is hereby g;lveu Hint at :i
Ll meeting of the subset lhcrs lo the
capital stock of the above named Com
pany held In Honolulu, II. 1., March
II. iS'.iO, II was voted to accept Ibn
Charter of Corporation dated March J,
1800, for the term of fitly years, granted
by the Hawaiian Government. The lia
bility of tho stockholders is limited to
the 'amount due and unpaid on the
shares held. The following olllcets
were elected for the ensuing year:
.I.N. S. Williams President,
Jt. More Secretary it Treasurer,
A. J. Cartwrlght Auditor.
The above mimed oillcern uIhi consti
tute u Hoard of Dliectors.
400 lin ccretary ,t Treasurer.
Cutlery & Stable Supplies!
lit issuing :i new furni of insurance which provides, in Urn event of death, for :i rtturu of nil picinliinis puitl in ad
dition to the amount of tho policy, or, should the iuutrcd survive n given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums pnid with interest; or, instead of occL'ptinji the policy nnd profits in cash the k-enl holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION ami WITIIOl'T FIJRTIIEH PAYMENT OE IMIEMICM'S, tnko iu
lieu thereof the amount of policy nnd prolltt in FULLY PAID I'l inmirnncc, pniliclpiitlng annually in dividends.
Kememher, this contract i.i issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, nnd the Lnr
gest Financial Institution in the World, its assct'j exceeding One Hundred anil Thirty-Six Millions of Dnllnrs.
1ST For full particulars call on or.addresa
)pc-2I-89 flenenil Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
I I 111 l W- - IDIIr- -"-- I ' 1l'"Hil 111 If -- . - . , !! t
oooooo o ouoooo
fjT And will he
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY,
LEMON. : CREAM
- W.. -
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giupf Me, Hon Me, Mine, Rasuliernaile, Sarsaiiarilla, Mioeral Waters, Etc.
t&- All coninuuilcation ami orders slioiiltl be atldressod to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Gale City Stone Filler !
These Killers are cully cleansed,
and NKVKK become Cl(ACKEI) or
CRAZED by change of temperature of
The Filtering Medium Is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from the earth. II h
uullke any other mono.
Tt Doom Not AuHorh
Hficoino Foul t
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
It, but lie on the surface, and Internally
the mone remains as pure and white
after years ol ic-e as when taken from
The (bile Cliy Stone Filler Is a por
ted success. It Is thu only teal tiller I
Iih ever seen. I would not be without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water Into the best drinking
water In tho world.
Hr.Nitv Al. T.yman, Al. D.,
WW West Adams St , Chicago.
VIT For Halo by
HAWAIIAN HARDWAKE Co.,
Oppodlii Sprfckeln ,t Co.'tt Iianl.,
4C1I tf Fort street, Honolulu.
XTO. II King street, mmr Hie Hihlee.
.i Open day and night. Meals al all
hours, outers tot
E. T. HII.ZV,
IltOM the Const a choice lot of
" OijjiiiB, Clgaretien and Tohacros,
whinli will he nold al very low price.
tOf) 1m No, 87 King street,
OF TVISAV YORK
HOT -h BUNS !
Ono n. Penny! rFv n I3onny !
The Ileal Hot Oros3 Hun In be had in the city on
iSr GOOD FRIDAY &
Aran in., aVill he at
delivered IJED HOT
lo any pail of
Hj&F Eiittr wagons will he in operation. .Send iu
1 l-U H-W'TH
LEMONA D E,
rand-: PLAIN: SODA
...W. . mwm m m
FINE LINE of DRESS GOODS !
N&w.cSfyles of Wash Material
:LL JUST OPKNKl) AT
Chas. J. FISHELyS,
Millinery4vi)i,',smnking EslnMihliiueiil, Corner Fort A. Hotel sts.
Iidhsii Stock of INDIA
HAVE JU3T RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
, . INCLWHNO
li-lcl moves from B io no lluttoiis,
Hosiery, Salines', 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 AIANY LINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Till February IStli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(5 and 8 Buttons in perfect order nt $1 a pair Great Dargainp.
All my DREfltf GINGHAMS nhout. M0 piccea to Bolect from nro nfl'ored at
Cost Prien. A small lino of
Scotch GiHiams at a Great Reduction !
HEAD THIS A largo assortment of READ THIS
WHITE DRJES GOODS,
Such as Piques, Embroidered Swissos, India Linon, Plain Swiss, Nninsool: and
ninny oilier lineB of White Goods. I will sell at such a
jT)-jrfco tlint ovoryhody will buy them.
0H" Ur,niji;ihqi', Fehrunry lTith will (doso liiia Sale, jtfM
Fall 1-90 ':',"' Corner Hotel & Fori Htreeta,
. K. 1:0U3,
Hie City. jf
your onlern early.
CHM.LE at 10 yds for $1