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THURSDAY, AFK. 3, 1890.
A correspondent of the .Shanghai
Celestial Empire, who claims to be
"not without Information" of pro
jected American policy In Korcn,wy9
Mr. Blaine may possibly try to
secure a coaling station for Uic
United States in Hint patt of the
In n communication to the Adver
tlser Mr. C. II. Dickey suggests
that a law be made "exempting nil
children over twelve years of age
from compulsory attendance on the
public schools in nil case where
they can pa98 n satisfactory exami
nation In reading, writing, and the
simple rules of arithmetic," thus
conditionally reducing the school
age from fifteen to twelve years.
The suggestion N worthy of consi
deration. Of the llcv. II. II. Parker, pastor
of Knwaiahao church, who, accord
ing to the Advertiser, has been "a
constant object of venomous attack
and abuse" by the native paper Ka
Leo, this testimony is borne by one
who has known the gentleman for
many years and is not of his reli
gious creed: Quiet, unassuming,
sincere, the true friend of the Ha
waiian; steadily devoted to the work
of endeavoring to improve the moral
condition of the race, and at no time
receiving from the church more than
a mere pittance for his support.
THOUGHTS UPON READING THE
REPORT OF TREATY CON
FERENCE. .Mr Davies reports' Mr. F.vart- as
paying that the States did not adopt
the reciprocity treaty for commer
cial reasons at nil. Mr. Evarts
should have said not in the sense
generally accepted, but it was a
matter of bargain and sale ; though
just now the paliiols who negotiated
find difficulty in delivering Iho
If Mr. Baldwin is correctly re
ported his figures are evidently
"like sweet bells jangled"
The great quaitctte never ap
peared to worse advuulago. The
Attorncy-fScncr.il "wanted informa
tion," and this is just what ho has
always lacked and is probably the
j canon why he was unwilling to dis
1'iibs "where- we are going to better
The Minister of the Interior could
sec no reason for Mr. Davies' con
tempt for people who would sacri
fice somewhat of our independence
for compensating ad vantages. Whose
independence? And who i to de
cide whether advantages arc coin
pensatii.gr' ThN Minister's effu
sive patriotism icminds one of the
patriotic American who was quite
willing to sacrillcc all his wife's rela
tions to the cause of liberty for tho
The Minister of Finance, in thank
ing Mr. Irwin, said, "He would not
sit in the Cabinet one day if he did
not think he had the support of the
community." How truly Peeksnlff
ian this sounds. Possibly the Min
ister was talking "shop," and tho
backing alluded to was the operation
of backing notes ol hand, and no
one will question the fact that his
audience would make a lespectable
backing in litis sense. Has the
Minister so soon forgotten the back
ing that he and his colleagues re
ceived from the voters of this Island,
or throughout the Kingdom for Hint
matter, in the recent election.
The Minister of Foreign delations
is of Hie opinion that after the re
maiks he had heard that day from
a baker's dozen of voters the Cabi
net should at once givo the Hawaiian
Minister at Washington authority to
negotiate for a treaty. This is an
opinion that does the Minister credit,
and would do Captain Cuttle credit
too, for that matter.
Finally, one must admit, after
reading the report of the conference,
that men of small abilities can ad
minister public affairs after a
fashion. . Sim:ct.toii.
O merchant, in thine liourn of V. li P..
If nn this paper you should 0 (5 L
Take our utlvtco, ami now be V Y Y,
.io straightway out and advert I I I,
You'll llnd the project of come. lT tJ V,
.Neglect can ofier no ex Q j Q.
J In who at once, piolong your d A A A,
A Fllcnt business poon d K K If.
Lord Kapler's was an almost ideal
career. Ho attained to great age,
great honors, and that nothing might
be wanting, ho was entirely the
nrchitcctof his own fortune, lie
began without friends or connec
tions. His honors might have come
unsought for any mniks of ostenta
tion he displayed in the wearing of
them. He was a man of an extreme
simplicity of character and of man
ners. Tho fact that he was taking
drawing lessor within, a few days
of his death Is not without Its signlfl
cance. It shows that he had that
secret of tho gentle life which wc
like to think is rarely wanting in
the British soldier. When the period
of active service was over, he simply
fell Into line with the thousands of
quiet, nnobtiuslve English gentle
men, whose chief ambition it seems
to be to remain unknown. The pul
pit references to his great career,
made by those who had a personal
knowledge of him, all testify to the
singular sweetness of his nature.
He helped to elevate the tone of the
whole army by his cxnmple of per
fect dignity suul manly woith, and,
where he was, thern vice and im
morality were sure not to be. He
made the soldier's life easier, but,
in releasing him from a host of vex
atious duties, he took caro to have it
understood that he only wished to
give him more leisure for self-improvement.
He wns especially
chivalrous towards women, and he
always sought to inspire his troops
with the same sentiment. It is no
drawing-room sentiment in the com
mander of legions, but a precious
and indispensable quality of n most
practical kind. Half of what sol
diers see in the course nt rctive ser
vice they rarely care to speak of.
What they do reveal is enough to
show that mercy in them must indeed,
in certain circumstances, be a
quality that is thrice blessed. Their
gifts of mind and disposition, at
their best, nic the most winning of
all with which men are endowed.
The contrast bi tween their mood of
battle and their mood of repose is
one of the mojt beautiful effects in
the play of human character. Their
self-restraint is liner oven than their
courage, for it i a part of that per
fect possession of all tho faculties
by the governing will which marks
the summit of human worth. Per
haps it is, in some degree, a quality
which is found for them, as much as
it is found by them a quality in
duced by their extraordinary exper
ience of life. The tremendous issues
of the events amid which they move
have a sobering influence. The
destinies of nations hang on their
fortunes, and, almost in spite of
themselves, I hoy nothing little do,
or mean, upon the always memora
ble scone of their exploits, They
know life the butter for being often
face to face with death. Its small
things seem smaller, its great things
greater, in their senrching tests. To
put it in another and a ti tier way,
only the great things survive. Their
pursuit seems to give them a certnin
breadth and massiveness of nature
which is the trick of greatness in
character as it is in art. The eye,
a it sees them, is not too much
fatigued by detail. Theie is their
great courage, their great conduct
in action ; and when action is done,
no more complicated problem of
personality than may be presented
by the gentleness of a child. An
intriguing soldier, a quarrelsome
soldier, a controversial noldier, aie
varieties not unknown to history,
and, indicd, to living experience,
but they always seem to mar the
purity of the typo. Their coin
pound being neeins to involve nn in
congruity like that of the sea-lawyer
or the sea-horse. London Daily
News, Jan. 21, 1800.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
IIOI.V WKKK SUHVICKS.
Next Fnday, called "Good Fuday
or Holy Friday, is the most sacred
und memorable day, on which the
great and gloiious woik of our te
depliou was consummated by our
Saviour Jcmis Christ on his bloody
cross between two thieves at .Jeru
salem. No mass on this day, but
at 10 a. m. the passion Irom St.
John is sung, the cross is uncovered
with great solemnity, and the faith
ful come to pay it their respect.
.1 p. in, Stations of tho cioss.
8 p. m. English passion Ser
mon. ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Good Friday. Cathedial Serv
ices. Holy Communion Service (Ural
part), (5:JI0a. in.
Morning Prayer !):.10 a. in. Ser
mon by Ifev. II. II. Gowen.
Hymns and addresses nn the
Seven Words of Our Lom! from the
Cross, I .:f0 p. in.
Hawaiian Evensong, :i:"0 p. m.
Sermon by lt. llcv. the liishop of
Evening Prayer, 7 p. m. Sermon
by Ut. Ilev. the Hishop of llonn
lulu. SALT FOIt SALE.
IflAVK received a few hunilied bagi
of Halt, of lint very best (pialiiy.
each hag weighing 120 pound', I will
tell at very lowen price r.i .$1 each;
ipcclal i eduction by the ion OmIim
trnm other IbIiiiuIh will he promptly
aitendul to with sntUl'actinn gti'iian.
tccd. Address all ordeis to
Ocas I. II I HAM,
510 2ui llaimolpo, Houolu'ii, Oaliu.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X M coliunne, iiuruly local mutter
Mailed "to foreign countrlra, ffi per
DAILY BULLETIN: ttOHOLULU, H. I., AtSftlL 0, l&ft
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
EXECUTOR'S SALE i
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Itv order of W.M. FOSTER, JNq.. I
Executor of the estate of .lames II.
Roster, deeenwd. I will .dl nt Public
Auction, at my Salesroom. (Jueon street.
On SATURDAY, April iith,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
'the stuck and materials of said etntc,
Iron Sale. Shop Fittings,
Large ami Hue iwoilmcui of
TOOLS & MATERIALS, ETC.
SPTIienttont'onof watchmaker and
Jewelers U called to tills sale.
,IAS. P. MORGAN,
WrThcalu or Raclni? llo.ts Etc.
at Moiimii' miction rooms, is postponed
to the" following diy from ad verticil
date, namely bniurdiiy, April 6ih, nt 12
AUCTION SALE OF
At my Salesionm, Queen freet, 1 will
cll at Piiblie Auction,
On SA I'UllDAY, April ."ilh,
T Itf O'CLOCK xoox.
'Hie following wvll.lt now n Iladiij;
The Six-oared R, Gig "Liliuokalaui."
The Six-oared Racing Gig "Kaiulani."
The Four-oared Rac, Gig ''Unknown."
The Six-oared R. Barge "Kaplclanl."
The Twcoared R. Canoe "B. F. D."
NelNijfCciliir A I'lue Mkkmi Oni'H,
Furniture A lionl IIohni- fixture.
t2T fide positive. No refcrve
,JA,S, F. MOliGAX,
Till l Auctioneer.
Pleflpe's Notice ef Sale !
Uy and under the power o' ale given
to W. M. (ilbMili, pledgee, hy (lSiil,
Itosslni, plnlgor, on March l7i l.s-17 I,
.1 8 Walker, Kxceutor of Hie K-iase of
W. M. Olhion (lately deceased), W tell
ai I'ohlie Auction hy .lame K Moie.ai,
niip'iotiter, nt hit Hiilc-tronm, on (2'iei n
street, in Honolulu,
On WEDNESDAY, April II,
AT 1-i O'OMICK MMIV,
That certain Uust in Mnrtile of
King Victor Emaimel
KveeutedhyO Silo lins'ini. The ail
Hnt wnq df poshed with and pledged li
aid W M. Olhs-on on .-aid M--ieh li.
ISST, hy (. S.ilo Ho mii! to s-cenre ll.e
icpijiii-nt ot f'i.'iO mid inleres i hereon
fit !l peicpiil per aniiniii. with power foi
said plt-ilgcn tn.fll mi hi l!ii-l anil nlm
tV" The Unit wl'l he rn evhihllion
imlll the day h f'ire s:ilo, in ihe w indow
of uiore In Cauipl.irn Illoek, on no.Uiii
hide, ol Merchant ."trctM, l-itcly necnp'iil
h J. li Drown & Co
J S WAMiKii,
Kve. of Kstvlc of W. M (Vilinn
V A. H'uiriNr., Atiouiev
Honolulu, Mareh 8t, 1S!I0 r.US
MU. II W.OHEKN is authoiijel
eidlcct for our aecount.
17 I in
.UK. BISOWN &C0.
hire or buy.
A only to
.1011 N Mel.AlX,
Kill I street.
ni i m
IDY Mnv lrith, a Hnu'e
within 10 iiiiuutcs' walk
of Post Olllee. Mint contain
at least nix-room, bath and conk hoiifc.
Addiess"!'. O. llox lllii" nil lw
ACOTTAOF. eomenUiit to
Mrect eaifi. Would like
ouiet nlnco near Hotel Mo.
derate rent "(IobIiuI. Addiuss "C. 0 ,"
Ilri.l.KMIX Olllee. T.O!) if
rpo rent for 1 month a Larc
l Hooni or Hall, cituei
(round lloor or iinstalri'. miiPt
bo centrally tituatud. ) i f
Keal Estalo For Sale.
rpwo Houocx and l.ols on
Convonti ill to hieam and nam
cnix. veiy hea'lliy locality. Lot on
King stiei'l,nenr llaniaiiku'ML'ine. For
particulars apply to
.JOHN f. novi.r.H.
Or Clni. T. Ouliek l-'iism
LOT FOIL SALE
A KINK Level Lot, IOnVOO
fieti veiy dcirabln lor
building. vVIH ho fold (heap
For fuithcr piirllculiin ail.
diets "A," Hui.miin Ofllee.
TtlitliWOOI) for talu at Hawaiian
C'.iliiiiieicial Falifioninc, rorm i of
(ueen and Nnnanu streets. 4irtif
" " LOST
DIIAI'T No. J23, drawn by tho Ho
noniu Sugar Co. Feb. 10, isofi.
for 3:t'.'0 has been lost or ntoleu. All
parllen mo heiebv warned against
pegojlatlnp 'nine. 102 lm
From 5 a. in. to 6 p. m.
Candy Factory & Bakery,
F. HORN, Proprietor
Base Ball Goods !
Mra. THOS. LACK,
Agent for Spalding II i'o Hull suppliiH,
will receive, per S'eameis Aus.
trail i and Alaniula a full
line of the latest
Base Ball lvalues for 1
The Rules & RogulationsforO
Jlo not fnet that Mr Thos. Lack,
St Foil street, Inc thu agency
for the world ieiinwin.it
Spalding's Sporting Good.s.
tST Call for one of Spalding's Cat a.
lozucs free 5' 4 lw
'I'lie A 1 Hleanihlilp
Will leave Honolulu foi tho above poit
on or a hunt
t" l'or ficiijlit or pvago, lmvl.p
superior rihin mil btojrago acvomnin
dftilons, apply to
Win 0 I It WIN & Co.,
Mil til Aden's
The. Paellli- llnrilvvnro '.
Have Juki le lived a line line of
6. WostenghoIin'sI.X.L, Cutlery;
Also, Cliamo's Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
.'.on Supplioi Generally. tf
Of .iii I'l.'inebco
Practloal I'lano, Tipo & Reed Organ
Tuner & Repairer
llnvicg worked in come of 'In Ihi go!
pl'inotiiid oijjaii 'nitorU'ii In the L'nited
Mtutex ot Anieiir.i, 1 am fu'ly able and
piepatid to do nil Mails of re ail woik
in the moil sitUlaciory manner.
tST Ordeis can ho left nt II. F.
WichnianN JcwePy Store, Foit slieei,
nt the .Advertirrr olfice, or through
Mutual Telephone No. !M7. tOtilin
Government Coupons Lost !
n m i t n
Honolulu, March !5, IS'.iO. fill tf
C1I1UX KOW is no longer In my em.
ploy, and is not aulhorbcd to feign
hi nntne or act for mo in anv manner
whatever FAI KEF.
Honolulu. March a?, l-'fi0 flltt lw
Fov Sale at Low IJnto.s
NUW Phaetons and Top Nugfiies.
Frazer and Cold Walter Carts, 1
)UHino43 Uugulu, P. ilo and Shaft; alhO,
Second hand Hacks, Open and Top Hug.
pie?, nil in good condition; and Horses
suitable for plantation ujn. Applv
nit lm a I. Shaw, Manager.
Union Iron WorkH Co.
"VfOTIOE U hereby given that at a
1.1 meeting of the tmbscilbeis to the
capital stock of tho abovo named Com
pany held in Honolulu, II. ., Maieh
li. tfe'JU, It was voted to accept the
Chatter of Corpoiatlon dated March 1,
18110, for tho term of fifty yeais, granted
hv the Hawaiian Government. The lia
bility of the stockholders Is limited to
the 'amount duo and unpaid on tho
shares held. The following ofllceit
weio elected for the ensuing year:
.I.N.S. Williams I'lcsldent,
It. Mote Secretary ifc TreaBiuor,
A. J. Cnrtw light..... Auditor.
The above named nillecrs alo consti
tute a Hoard of Directors.
-100 lm Secretary &T1 calmer,
Is issuing a new form of Insuinnee which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should tho insured survive n given number of years, the Company will
ictum all the premiumn paid witli'intcrcst; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the leirnl holder
may, WITHOUT MIMICAL EXAMINATION and WlTHOl'T FURTHER PAYMENT OK FRF.MIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLYl'AII) IT insurance, pniticlpating annually In dividends.
Heraeuiber, this contract Is Issued by the oldest Life Insurance Compnny in thu United States, ami the Lar
gest Flnaucml Institution in the World, Its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dollnra.
For full particular call on or
LEMON. : CREAM
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAHILLA & IRON WATIR,
Giflpr Me, Hop Mb; Grenadine, HaseteFalle, Sarsajarilla, Iieral w aim, Etc.
id" All communications nml orders sliouUl bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
380 3 m .Asreiils.
Gate City Stone Filtrr.!
Tliivo Killein mi! e:wllv cleansed,
and NKVKR become CltAUKEl) or
OltAZEU by change of t-iuperntiire of
J he Filtciiiiff Medium U a XATl'JtA J
STOXi:, mined from tinc:i(li. t is
unlike anv other stone.
Tt Dopfl Not Absorb
.Become Foul I
IMPURITIES never 1'F.NT.TRATE
it, but lie on tlm mirfaei'. and Internally
the ctonn lemalns as pure and white
after yeaii of iimi ii, wlien t'iKeii fioin
The Dale City Stone Filter Ik a per
fect sueei".s. It is the only renl Alter I
have ever peen. I would not he without
one for any consideration. It convoits
our lake water Into the best drinking
water In tho wot hi.
llr.Nitv M. Lvman, M. I).,
.18.1 Wed Adam- Si , Chlen;o.
tST For Salo by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opposite Sprcekels Ss Co.V Hank,
t'l) tf Fort street, Honolulu.
NO. (1 Klni: strmt, neTr tho nrlilgn
Open day and nllii. MealH at all
hours. Orders fin Call torn la nrmluco
received. E. T. G1LZY,
BIS 2ni Pioprlulor.
17 ROM tho Coist a cliolco lot of
? OlK'irs, Cigarettes and Tobaccos,
which will ho nold nt vorv low nrlcca.
lllftlm No. 87 King Mrcit.
OF IVEW YORK
HOT H- BUNS !
Om? it. Jiuiy ! Two n. Penny !
Hot Croi's Huns to he ha 1 in the
APRIL 1th, WILL UK AT
fjKT And will be delivered ItED HOT to any part of the City, fjf
gjgf Four wagons will bi in nperatim. Send in your mdera cnily.
Wo invito tho Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
Ftaioy Bibbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
TUG FINFST STOCK OF
Ti,imni3d and Untrimmed Hats In this city,
0" OUR STOCK CAN'T BE HEAT. jf&
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
E G A 1ST (ic G U NT 3ST
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
iciii enow l'lom n to mo riuttoiiH,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Good:,
ALSO, A C1JOIOE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAK1NC! STOCK I HAVE REDUCED MANY LINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
".fill ITotornai-y l5tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
0 and 8 Ruttons in pcifect order nt .fl a pair Great UaigainK.
All my DRESS GINGHAMS about 110 pieces to eelcct from aio ofleieil" nt
Cost 1'iico. A small lino of
Scotch GirHiams at a Great Reduction !
READ THIS A largo assortment of READ THIS
WHITE lrtlHSSS GOODS,
Such nfl I'iquci), Embroidered Swisses, India Linon, Plain Swiss, Naiiihook and
many other lines of Whitn Goods. I will rcll at sucli a
prico that everybody will buy them.
JfjfiT Remomhor, Fohruary 1.5th will close this Sale, jgf
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
& FORT STREETS.
Cornor ITotol & Fort HtreolB.
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