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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, Jl. J., AMHL 1. 1880.
Pleilfttl to nctthtr Sect nor Jtrty,
But titablUhtJ far the bent:! of all.
TUESDAY, APR. 1, 1890.
Chinese draymen requlie to be
looked nfter nnd prevented from
overloading feeble horses. Case3
of the kind may be 9ccn almost any
day at the railway station and at the
The Japan Gazette of February
21 says: 4,The Hawaiian Minister,
by order of his Government, is at
present engaged in collecting in
formation respecting the tea industry
in this country, and in the sptlng he
intends paying a personal isit to
the tea districts."
The most felt want by visitors nt
the Ewa terminus of the Oalui tail
way is a place for the supply of re
freshments. Many people took ad
vantage of the fine day and the
trains to get a little of Kw:i pure
air on Sunday last. The only diaw
back to their pleasure was a lack of
material to satisfy appetites bbarp
ened by country air nnd excrclie.
No doubt, as "Pearltown," already
laid out, becomes built up, the want
will be supplied. But those who arc
in the habit of running down coun
try by train for a sliott change
whenever they gel a chance are im
patient of delay, and would like to
iee some enterprising man start a
refreshment establishment at once.
FATHER DAMIEN'S GOOD NAME.
Cnder the above heading the P.os
ton Evening Transcript of Saturday,
March 1, 1890, appears a four
column defence of the good name of
the late Father Uninieu, written by
Julius A. Palmer, Jr.. No. 10 Uroad
tteet, lloMou. The article is an
answer to the Congregationatist of
September the 12th, a paper pub
lished in ltoston. The matter in the
Congregationalist which called out
Mr. Palmer's reply was reprinted by
us in the ISi'i.i.etin of March 10th.
The defence is written in a cnlm
and moderate- spit it. Persons now
living on the islands and others who
have been here had been written to
or interviewed befoio its compila
tion, and contributions favorable to
Father Darnicn's character received
trom Hon. II. A. 1. Carter, the
Bishop of Olba, General S. C. Arm
strong, Mr. C. W. Stoddard, Dr. P.
A. Morrow, Mr. Edward Clifford,
and His Excellency S. M. Damon.
As our limited space will not permit
of the reproduction of the entire
article, we merely give hcieundor
one paragraph :
So, Mr. Clifford found that Father
Damien had bitter enemies on the
Vff3' ground where he was doing his
noble work. He singled out three
of these, and going to them, asked
them to tell him Lankly the founda
tion of such detraction. In no in
stance could they support their in
sinuations; each ami all, under the
honest inquiry of an outsider, con
fessed that the tattle and jest of
persons of the very lowest order of
morals was all the authority that
could be given. In every community
there are such pet sens of both sexes
willing to hint that vou or I are gov
erned by the basest of moti es, and
were wc to become historical char
acters we should tead it in piiut. In
tlme days when our blessed Lord
loved Mary of Magdala, when she
htood side' by" side with his Virgin
mother and his d,ing eyes icsted
upon her weeping face, when on the
llrst Easter moining there took place
that scene which, for simple pathos,
"h not surpassed in history, where
nursting the portals of the tomb,
lie said "unto her "Mary," and she
responded "Master," there is not
the .-lightest doubt but what on the
lips nf ninn. ot the inhabitants of
Jerusalem there rested the sneeiing
lemnik, "Tliis man win no better
than his fellows."
A FICTION OF LAW.
F.DiTon IJwi.i.tris :
In the. case of Mr. Wansey, who
was liy the Police Court convicted
of malicious mischief in throwing a
stone at a vagrant dog who was
utcalinjr meat fiom his' employer's
Kitchen, may 1 ask you to add to
your general statement of tho 'case,
that tho opinion of the Intermediate
Court, tlie Chief Justice presiding,
was at once appealed fiom to the
lulllk'iuh. Tho case would lie a
ludicrous one were it not bad to see
in it the modern tendency to utterly
divorce Law and .luslicc. As Mr.
Wansey is nhsent on another island,
it is duo to lii in to statu that lie has
never before been suspected of a
malicious disposition, nor hua thero
ever been a particle ot evidence to
ohow malice on his pat t in this
t'flso that is wholly n "fiction of
Jaw." Wu-i-uH T, lUticu-ui.
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THE AUDITOR AND THE CABINET.
In tho Advertiser
of March 2ii
"Taxpayer" says: "Tho Constitu
tion (Joes not give the Auditor the
power to control and dictate to this
Cabinet." He also might have said
neither does the Constitution give
the Cabinet the power to control and
dictate to the Auditor. What in
the name of common sense, would
be the use in having nn Auditor if
he is to be dictated to or controlled
by the Cabinet? "Taxpayer" can
wager every dollar in his possession
with perfect safety, that a large
majority of the public arc satisfied,
and have been lor some time past,
that the right man is in the right
place, most certainly, as far a the
Auditor-General is concerned.
ASOTIICU T AXPAVLH.
SURPRISE TO MR. DAVIES.
Yesterday evening the employees
of the house of Messrs. T. H.
Davies & Co. met at the residence
of Mr. K. J. Liliie, Mr. Davies
being present by invitation. The
grouuds and the verandahs of the
house were specially illuminated for
the occasion, and looked extremely
Mr. Davies on arrival, or shortly
after, was presented with a hand
some album. Mr. D. P. Kcllett, an
old and much-respected employee of
the firm, had been selected to "make
the presentation. The gentleman
performed that duty in a very
pleasing way, prefacing the handing
over of the gift by a few well-chosen
and suitable icniark". Mr. Davies
had liven kept in entiie ignorance of
the intention of his employee, and
wasthercfoic completely sui prised
by its development. His reply was
biicf. made in words indicating deep
emotion, and expressive of tho grati
fication afforded by the evidence of
so much kindly feeling towards him.
One sui prist: being ended, another
followed. Both Mr. Walter and
Mr. Swauzy had a-si-sted in tliclirM,
but weie kept in the dark regarding
the second. Tln.se gentlemen were
aNo pi cent ed with alliums, contain
ing the plmlogiaplo of the em
ployees, by "Tho Boys" of the
house, Mr. W. H. Baiid being
spokesman. In addition to being
surprised, liny were nlo deeply
affected, and it-turned thanks in
After a few remarks from Mr.
Liliie, Mr. Kcllett, brought forward a
largo frame containing the picture
ot all tho employees of the firm,
witli Mr Dasies in the ccntie. Tlii
was presented to Mr. Daviet to be
hung in his Liverpool nlllce.
Music and refreshment followed,
and after the singing ot Auld Lang
Syne ami Aloha Oe the company
The album piosented to Mr.
Davies was especially made or
finished lor that, purpose. The covers
are maiiufactuted of thirty-eight
varieties of Hawaiian wood, Mr.
Wm. Miller being the skilful wotk
iuau. The following iiiseripl'on in
coloicd ink, by Mr. E. P. Low,
adorn tho tirst page: "Honolulu,
Apiil, 181H1. Souvenir to Mr. Then.
II. Daies, from his employers in
Honolulu, as a token of their eMccui
and respect."' Tho monogram 'I'.
II. D. in red, blue, and gold beauti
fies the lat page. The album con
tains photiyiaplis by Mr. J. J.
Williams of alt the Honolulu em
ployee of the Jimi.
THE LOOMEHS CASE.
The open aii tnci'tiii", at Palace
Sqiiati' last -.".ming, staled hefote
iiand to he for the iiiniiosi! of hear
ing "the report of a committee ap
pointed In present a petition to the
King, asldng for the pardon ot Loo
men0," was composed mainly,
alino-t cntitely.of native llawaiinns.
Of these quite a crowd assembled.
The gathering was maiked by quiet
and order. The spcakeis, whose
addresses were brief, were Messrs.
Kipi, Hush, and It. W. Wilcox. The
following iciolulioin. weie adopted,
ami the people dispersed :
"In view of the repoitol the com
mittee who presented the petition,
signed by t,71G electors of the city
nudsubiiibs of Honolulu, praying
His Majesty in Privy Council to re
lease Albeit Loouiens, a liclgian
subject, which said petition wii3
dul; prcj-cnted, and action declined
to be token iipunthe said ptnyci
tin niiglt the advice ot His Majesty's
"l!eolved, That the fenso of this
meeting strongly condemns the
course piusued mid tho cavalier
manner in which the wishes of the
petitioners wojo ignored and dell
null; treated, and
"Ki'solved, That this meeting do
hereby by tho passage of this leso
lltliou, publicly decline their want
nl confidence in His Majcty'r Min
isters, and authorize the publication
of the tame in all tlie public news
paper of the city.'
SIIAHKS Jlutunl Teh-'phoiii' Si. eK
ij No, 'J'Ji!. I'ci'Min.s iii it warni'il
iiiiinU negotiating the f-amu i- tiuu-tor
lias bei'ii stopped.
ri7 iw .i. ii. vonr.iiorsi:,.ii!.
HOY to h'aiu hr.r-i
4 t5l rUATION In a fiimll family lo
ZX, do lip tit housnwoik. Aihliesa
"J," this cfUce. .110 3t
Ruction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Uv in tier of YVu. l-'OhTKU, !'...
KNc'ciitur of 1 ttr cirtl if ,lmiu" II.
l5oj;er. deceased, I v lit .ll nt I'ublle
Auction, at inj Salesroom, Queen street.
On SATURDAY, April Glh,
AT 10 O'OI.OtlU A. 31 .
The .stock and innteiltdJ of ald estate, i
Iron Safe. Shop Kitting,
Large ami line iiortuii'iil nf
TOOLS & MATERIALS, ETC.
BSfTlic attention of watchmaker and
jewelers Is called to thW axlv.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
' 4t Auctioneer.
Cff- The suit! of Itoclnt; Hoif", Kte ,
at Morgnn's auction room, is po-tpoiieil
to the following tlnj from mlverltud
tla'e, iiamel) biiturdny, April Btli, nt 'b
At in Sulrsrooin, Qilten slreet, I will
sll at Public Auction,
On .SATURDAY, April fill-,
IT J-: O'4'MH'K OOV
'Hit follow imr well. know n limine;
The Six-oared R. Gig "Liliuokalanl."
The Six-oared Racing Gig "Kaiulani."
The Foar-oared Rac. Gig 'Unknown.1'
The Six-oared a. Barge "Xapiolani."
The 'lYi:-oareil R. Cauoc "B. F. D."
Si'I-h ol Vilnr A I'ljic Sinini Otii-,
f'lirnltiuv .1 lionl House I'Imiik'n.
.-! I f,i
AIKH.iil.1. IHtAV, t.
lilir or Imi-, .
Kurt hlrri 1.
HOI'S E WANTED
I"V May lf..li. n llouvu
Si It t it 10 mlnutev' wnlk
ol l'osi (illlcc Mii-t contain
at ltnst six room", lath nml n nk lioue.
Adilrr"!. O. l!o at II " Tilt tw
tf-S.4. A t'O'lTAOi: loianil
A?."?-1 Miect .ii-f. .WmiI
y2q.." tbii'i- iii'ii 11. 'fl
.to i cut id ut Aili'ri'is "V. '.'
in ' n.'iis- Olll.'e CJ9 If
' JM) tent for 1 metis), n L'true
1 Itooui or 11:01. (.illii I
'JW--gH jiii'iinii lloot or uiiriuir-
I'.... 1 1
bo icntiullv iltuateil.
Kcttl Estsitij For S.t!.
I , a rpVO JfOllKS IS'llI I OK .III
.t-y-t-rrylS 1 Itobello Lin-. IV.ain-i.
2iS? Convenient to strum .u.it i linn
.-in-- cty btalth) liv-uliix. l.nt on
Ivinsr S',rt(,t,iicir llain'iuUuV L uie. For
P'iri i ul ir npplv lo
'JOHN F. UOV. Lbll.
Oi (lit' T-Oiihek. 4tr.,m
LOT FOlt SALE
4 FIXEI.svcl Lot, tO'VJOO
XX. feet ; vtiy dcJrnlilu tor
iiiilillntr. Will lniMilil ciicun
For limlicr inrtiiailais ml
ilic-s"A," Uri.i.h'i Olllee.
HtKU'OOI) fm tain nt Hum ilii.r
Couiini'iciiil Hitleeiioins, r.-.rni r ul
imoi'ii ami Niiimini streets. I' 8 1 1
CtOPlKSof tho DAILY UlI.l.l.lI.S, ot
' the (lutes specllled below, i'o it'iiis
a copy will be paid for tho f-ame on
ilellw'iy nl this oflicc:
.iiiiiiiiif.V 1. IHSO. t 'oihH.
D It AFT No. 1'., dr.iwn b. the llo
unniii .Siifjiir Co. le)i. Id, In'.MI,
for js."i!0 has been Inn or stolon. All
lull lies are heieby warned iignhii-t
negoiialliij! 'iinu. tiiilni
Tf I!. OsISOlINi: l now liiepaieil to
ItA gie liistiiieilnii- in laneyWoik
at "Tho Arlington," Itooui . Cliiss
Lesions: .Moinliiy-, Weilne-ilays ami
Fililnjv. Private' le-?ons by special
arriiiigenient. Sliimplug and ohIom
promptly alleiulcd to. febjM-ly
X In Hie ha lugs Jlnnk Dep.irtun'iit
of Clans t-pieckcls it Co that, fiom and
niter the 1st duy of Apill, 1S00, the In
ii'iist allowed on (K:ijil-1u will Im ic-
ihieiil to four (4) percent per iiiiiiiiiiRh
iicpoJiiors win ucnnowi'ii iomiiioi:iw
Iheir iloposits up to that dale without
lvinj; llii) u-ual notice, hill, if allowed
to remain after April 1st, wild depo-iu
will be coiislduruiltiK subject lo theiuliM
nml i emulation.-, ptiblbhcil in the I'.ii-n
OLAUS SPJtKCKULS .t CO.
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
J "Tim Dallv liiillcilii." fit) renin
W J8i)( m
From 5 a. m. to 5 p. m.
My Factory Bakerj
F. HORN, Proprietor
Base Ball Goods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
ArciiI for Spalillnj; Mifd Hall supilii-,
will receive vr S ciiiihts An-.
tr:ilin nail Alimaila a fn'l
line of tlie latest
Base Ball tellies for 1
Trie Kulcs & Regulationsfor '90
Do not foigct lint Mm. Thou. IU'k,
yt I'ort striei, li;is Die agency
for the jrlil lenownid
h-')iil(linf;'H Sporting Goods.
t35 full lor one of S,ndiliaj;''
lo fiii-s fme
The .1 Steiitnslili'
Will lcive llnnoliilu fin the above ports
on or about
tST for frt'l(bt or pissin-. bnvlui;
Miperlnr crtliin anil steerrtg' aconim-i
(hllnno, apply to
Win. 0 IRWIN & Co.,
CflUciyfi Stable Sopplies!
Till' I'.H'iA'- tl.mluarr Co.
Have j lM re e.i,l a Am: Jim ol
C. Wostengholni's LX.L. Cutlery;
Also, Ghamo's Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
'Oil Supplies Ge.icr.iHy. if
Of aii Francisco
Praitical Piano, Pipe & Reed Organ
Tuner & Kepaircr
Iliivlnif iii lie I in poino ol llie linyes!
piiiiio unit ( rgua 'in lories in il.e-Lnin il
ciiales of America, 1 am fit lv able anil
nrci at nl to il i nil Minis ol' i i-j air work
in tlie mnt suisfacoiy liiimner.
I- Order ('tin be left hi II F.
Wicliinaii's .k'fby Stoic. Foil i-lreel,
at the A'lv'iilcr ojlici', or ihicut;li
Millinl 'IVIeplume Nn :t IT f0 tin
Government Coupons Lost !
.Match 'Ji'.id. Coupons i M), llniiil No.
' WO, "
" . mir.,
Honolulu, Mnieh, 1P00. fill if
"llll'N K(W it no longer In my rm.
ploy, anil U not antliuii'j.l in sign
in tiiiiiii! or i.et fur mo in miv nmniii'i
whatever. I'Al KKL.
IlomiliiliOliirch ft, 1lf0 M!i lwj
For Halt at Low Itntos
vrKW l'liui'lons ami Top lu;;i;lo-,
1 Ktni'i ami Ci.ld Waller Cait, I
IJiisni'i Hii(;cic, I'nln ami, Miaft; alpo,
Bcconil liunii HnckH, Open umlTop Hii.
giep, all in gnoil romlltlmi; mid Hnr.w
MUlluhli' for p'anintinn n'. Apple
fin lm S I. Sliiiw, Mnniu'cr
Union Iron "Works Co.
NOTIOP. U hereby rIvpii that at a
mui'tintf of thu fiiliseilbcin in tho
capital Mode of the above nuiiicil Coin
p:in hold hi Honolulu, II. I., Match
il. 1800, It was vntetl to accept the
Chatter of Coiporailon dated .Maicli 1.
IWK), for the leini of fifty yeais, Kianled
li' the Hawaiian Government. The lia
bility of the Mocklioldcii U liuillcd to
llie 'aiiioiuit dun and unpaid on the
'luiri'ft held. The following olllcei
weie elected for tho cinulnyr year:
J. X. S. Williams President,
It. .More Secretary & Ti cacuror,
A. .1. Cartw'ilht Auditor.
Tho above naiiud nillccr.i also coiihII
tute n Hoard of Director.
'too 1 iii Secretary it TrenMiicr.
OP TVEW YOIMS:
Ih issuing a new form of insuiance which provides, in the. ccnt of death, for a iclurn of till pnuiitiiiio paid in ad
dition to tlie amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of yeais, the Company will
lettirn all the premiums paid wilh'inteicsl; or, instead of accepting the policy and protlls in cash the heal holder
may, WITHOUTMED1CAL EXAMINATION and Wri'HOl'T HJKTI1KU PAYMENT OK I'HEMIt'MS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in KL'LLY PAID IT insuiance, paiticipating annually in diideiids.
IU'inember, tills contract is Issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Slates, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Wot Id, its assets exceeding-One Hundred anil Thirty-Six Millions of Dollois.
I eeC" For fult partieulats call on or
4T An 1 will be
TAHITI LEMONADE WORK!
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
HUM, : CREAM rand-: PLAIN :
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATIR,
Gimer ill, Hon Mo, Graaiie, Rasplierryiile, Sarsaparilla, Mineral w alers, Etc.
tor All oonummicatioiiH and oiuUth sliouUl be nthlrcsscd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
fnili) City Stone ftllfr !
Tlie-i' KilU'is arc c.isilv cleniist'il,
ami Xi:Vi:it bi'coine Cl.'AOKLD or
CHACKD li rhaiiKi' of ("iiipeiiiliiic of
'I he Klltci hifrMedium U a XATl'KAL
S10XK, mined from the cat ill. It !
unlike any other stone.
II Dock Not Absorb ami
Kcc.omc Foal !
IMPI'lUTIKS never PKXKTKATK
It, bill lie on the .snrfiiee, ami internally
the Mono loinalns as inue and while
after yens of iin m when taken ft out
'I In (ialn ( Ity Siono 1 liter ! a per
fect nicci".a. 11 1 llie nnly real tiller I
liavo ever et'ii. I would nut lie without
one for any cuii'-idcialiun. It cnuwiN
our lal.n vater Into the licit (Irllikliif;
water In tlie world.
lli:.Mt M. l.VMAN, M. I).,
.Ml.'! Weil Adann St , t'liicaijo.
tW I'or Side liy
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Oppn-ltti SpneUi'li V Co.' IlHnlt,
I'll il Foil street, Honolulu,
XTO.it Klnc Muel. ncir llm Urlilae
.Ll Open day nml nlelil. Menli at all
or l iillKiriuu I'rniiuce
K. T. fllLZV,
IJMIOM tlie Cowl a olinlco lot of
. Cigara, Olgnrettcs and Tobacco,
wliicli will lio polil at vcrv low nricca,
4(10 lm No. 87 Kln street.
- BUNS !
Hot Cioss Hium to' be ha I in tlie
APIIIL 1th, WILL UK AT
II KD HOT lo any
pat I of
gX" Four Wilson" will be in operation. Hcnd in
mti gpm-T11 nrp i
AVc invite (lie Ladies of Honolulu to call and in.-peel our
SOR. EASTER !
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
TUB FINEST "STOCK OP
Timm3d and Untrimmad Hats in this city.
tff- OUH STOCK CAN'T HE HEAT. &$
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading alillinery House, Corner Poit A Hotel ste.
HY'if J"BT RECEIVED Ex AUSTKALIA V
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
Ivltl Glnvi'H from r lo lit) Iluttonw,
Hosiery, Satiucs, Scotch Gingbams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
Croat Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKING STOCK I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
f, OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Till '.iT'etorn&K.y IStli, Only.
124 pafc of Undressed Kid Gloves !
ti and 8 Bullous in perfect order nt 1 a pair Great Uaigaiii!'.
All my DHESS OICilIAM aliout 110 jiicccn to Eclect from aio oll'eied nl
.l Cost l'rice. A unall lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
HEAD TillS A laigo apoitnient ofKEAl) THIS
WHITE IRJEJS OOOT.
Such as riqiles,,En)()iroidcied Swi8Fe.i, India Linen, I'lain SwifH, Naincool: and
iiiatiy otlirfr Hiich of Whito (ioodn. I will cell at Mich a
"yirieo that everybody will buy them.
gjKT Itcmeinber, February 10th will clo.so th'tH Sale. jg(j
; ;S. EHKLICH,
1 Corner Hotel & Fort Kli'oolfl.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
your oulcw (inly.
i-wi mmn mf
& FOltT STREETS.
HAVE It EDUCED
MANY LINES OF
-, " , i'
tVSHto: ' i "S