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PltrfCftt to neither Sect nor Farlyt
Hut estrtblhhed for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, APR. I, 1800.
The Collector-General of Ciisloni'
statistics for llic iinnitor ending
March .'11, show llic expoit of migar
for the quarter to lie C9,2C2,82L
pounds, value 83,1130,090, being a
decrease of 2ft,0.C,70-l pounds as
compared with the corresponding
quarter of 1889. 'l'lic rice export
ntnottiits to 2,111,100 pounds, value
SI l,0Sr. Rananas, 27,285 bunches,
value 811,10!). Hoth thee products
hIiow an increase over the correspond
iiiK quaiter of the previous year.
Our vepoiter appears to have mis
heard Mr. Baldwin at the treaty
conference the other day, and we
arc requested to repeat his remarks
with the correction. They are as
Mr. Baldwin said the present
treaty will piobably continue, but a
i eduction of .") percent on the
present duties, or a loss of 20 a
ton, would be ruinous, because it
costs many plantations S00 a ton to
manufacture their sugar.
AID TO PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
The Advertiser reports that at a
political meeting recently held in
Ililo it was decided to ask the Legis
lature for appropriations for a
variety of specified purposes, in
cluding the Catholic and 1'iotestant
board'mg schools of that town. A
stated in our columns a few days
ago, the Legislature has always been
liberal towards the cause of educa
tion, and we have no doubt the com
ing se.ioii will maintain the reputa
tion of the past. The schools men
tioned are worthy piivate institu
tions, and it may be a wise and
proper thing to assist them by public
money. And there arc other private
educational establishments, equally
entitled to consideration, which may
also be applicants for aid, that it.
would be sound policy to grant.
This country, following in the
track of other.-, older and presuma
bly wiser, considers it the duty of
the State to piovide for the educa
tion of the young. Ilcuce our pub
lic school system, supported almost
entirely by public money. Now, in
view of the fact that the Government
places within the reach of all the
means of an elementary education,
the question is asked, should the
government contribute to the aid of
private schools? The cortcct answer
would seem to be, that the Govern
ment should not contribute to the
support of piivatc schools where
and when its own schools fulfil re
quirements, and it is conceded that
the Government schools are fully
equal to the ordinary rcquiicments
of reading, writing, and arithmetic.
Hut in our exceptional circum
stances, where training to a new
cmlizalion is a main object of
schooling, arc the public day-schools
capable of doing all that may be
expected of a paternal government?
Seal eel v. Arc not the Kawaiahao
Seminary, the schools of the French
and the Kugllsli Sisterhoods, St.
Louis College, the schools at Ililo,
and others, in which hundicds of
native children have their homes
and are regularly habituated to cor
rect domestic habits, in addition to
being taught what may be acquired
in the public day-schools, tloln a
national work which the nation may
properly encouiage and piomote by
aid from the national treasury ' Yes,
wc think so. Hut it is not wise to
giant aid indiscriminately, or in a
way to preclude the measure of
governmental supervision necessaiy
to assure of compensating returns
for the expenditure. Appropriating
money to pass directly from the
treasury to a school is decidedly Ob
jectionable, because it relinquishes
control. AVe have a bureau of edu
cation, and all government money
for educational purposes should
conic under its care.
REMOVAL OF CO. B.
Why should Company H, Honolulu
Hilles, be permitted to leave the
Hattalion Armory and, with the con
sent of the Ministry and the sup
poit of, some merchants, establish
itself as a would-be l'netorian
guard, by private means with piivate
Why should the pleasant iclations
now existing between the various
companies of the Honolulu Ritlea be
severed by removing the plnco of
meeting of Company B?
It seems to tnc that the present
place of meeting lias proved nil that
was necessary In the past and will
do for the future. The various com
panies meet on different nights, have
separate company apartments, and
are equally piovidert for under the
Junior lias it that the merchants
will liquidate the expenses of Com
pany 11 in its new quartets, and If
such be true it is placing that com
pany under obligation5! to a small
pottion as against the interest of the
We have had enough of this in
the past. If the Government can
not foot the necessary expenses of
the Honolulu Wiles in their present
quarters, then I for one say disband
the corps rather than separate the
companies. As for the pi i vale sub
scription that U lotlcn, and it it. the
duty of the Ministry to avoid such
support. Oxr. cu- nn Hv.
QUESTIONS FOR THE PEOPLE.
Knnoi: llci litis':
Did they not fall into lank and
file beautifully, this parliament ot
notables? Is 'this the Legislatuic
that meets lirst? And is it intended
to take the wind out of the sails ol
the Legislature of llic people? Who
summoned this Legislature No. 1 ?
The .Ministers? The bankers?
The merchants? The planters?
Kb? Is not this just another
such "get up" as Kinney at
tempted last summer? Do the Min
isters howl about the treaty for the
sake of creating sentiment for them
selves? Aic the elect in league with
them? Is tliis the new committee of
thirteen? Are these notables trying
for them, or are they only dancing
when "Nap the Little" toots for
them? The treaty has four years to
run. Can we now get anything
more than that? Shall wc negotiate
a treaty in commence live yeais
from now? Qit.i:it.
DEATH OF A VETERAN.
John Miller, who has been in the
employ of Wildcr's Steamship Com
pany for many years, was taken to
the Queen's Hospital in a stale of
collapse, by his shipmates of the
steamer Leluia, this morning. He
is now dead. Miller was a quarter
master on the lnited Stales ship
Kcarsargc when that gallant vessel
sunk the re'bel cruiser Alabama.
His death was from old age.
A large number of passengers,
nearly all in transit for Sun Fran
cisco) arrived by the Mariposa this
afternoon. The Mariposa would
have reached tins poit at six o'clock
this morning had it not been foi a
stiff northeaster yesterday. Among
the passengers by the steamer arc a
number of musical people and nuni
eroiiscntertainnicnts were had dining
the passage. A "dog-face man"
arrived and will be exhibited heie.
He came ashore with his head
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Polynesian Kncampmcnt Xo. 1, I.
f). O.'l'., at 7:30 o'clock.
Oceanic Council No. 777 A. L. of
H. at 7::50.
Drill Co. 1), Honolulu IJillcs,
at 7: HO.
Konian Catholic Cathedral Kng
lish p.ssion, with sermon, 8 p. in.
St. Andrew's Cathedral .Services
7 p. in.
Hawaii Ilaseball Club, Hay view
I'csort, fi p. in.
Kvecutor'.s alo stock of late Jas.
ll.'lloeisiy J. Jloran,l0 a. in.
Auction Mile of racing boats by
.las. F. iMorgan, 12 in.
A.MKI'.TIN'finf tha Hawaiian Itillu
AMoelutlriii will be held at the
HawatiHt) llu'el, mi SATUHDAY
HVKXIXti, Apiil nth, at 7. Ill) o'clock,
10 conshler lite lepnrt ol the eominitleo
appointed to select a new uinge for the
Apsoeiation. A lull iittemlunce i-t ie
oiiesloil. IVr Onler.
.1. H.OI'KK. I'liMiluil
.1. O. Hoi II WEI.I , Seereiaiy. WO 2t
GoYernmeot Coupons Lost !
Mai eh Slid, Coupon Silo, lioml Xo.'.'SM
Sim, ' 'J27
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Honolulu, Ma l oh 23. IKK). .'ill If
CtOI'IKSof the Daily Hilli.tix, ot
I the dates specified below, Till cents
a enpv will bo paid for the miiiic on
ileliveiv at thin ojllee:
.iBiiimry IM, IHHU, a 'iileH.
XTO. 0 Kln; street, neai ihe l)rlil(;f.
Xi Open ibiy anil night. Mialxatall
himra. Oideis for Ciililornin nroilucu
lerelved. H. T. OII.ZY,
DHAl-'TXo. I2o, ilrawn bv the Ho.
iioiiiii .Sugar Co. Teb. ID, ls'.K),
for fi.Ili.ll has been lot or Ptoleu. All
pai tie-! am beieby warned ti:iIiiKt
negollatlnu sillic Wi lUl
17HOM Iho Coaet a eliolrn lot of
. Olgnrs, Clgnil'lte and Tobaccos,
whioli will be t-old al verv low prices,
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., A1TJL 'I, J00O.
I'rnf. G.S.inlel .Iu-leal Conductor '
.1. I'.ltioui Stage .Manager ,
Tuesday Evening, April 8tli,
Wll.l. 111. HIM.X
Gilbert & Sullivan's Well-known Opera
Willi riu: koi.iowino cat:
The Mikado of .tap
..Mr. II. Monii-aglc
Xniikl Poo MiNmmO
,., Mr. W. II.Hnog.
Koko (l.onl With Kventloiicr)
V. Mr. K. P. Ill-hop
Pooh l'.ah (l.onl High Kverythlng
Kle) M r. W. Lew er-"
PMiTu-h (ti Xol.lc l.onl)
Mr. ('. Wlileinanii
Yum YiiiiiI SNIims, f Ml- F. Nolte
I'ltil .sing Wauls 1 Mrs. .1. How let
Peep (jo ) ofKoko ( Ml-- M. Ll-lniinii
KalUliu (an elderly lady in loo with
Iiijje in h
XaiiM Too) .Mr
' -hl-li:i A
Larj5e & Efficient Chorus & Orchestra
fljy Ilux plan open at nlllee of I.. .1,
.evex. on Moii)!i, April "Hi, at !
O'clock . M.
I'd '-S ,s. Aiistiali.t, '
At The Beaver Saloon
II. .1. XOIrK. Froiirlotor.
Steamship Comp y
I'Olt SAX TIIANOISCO,
The Al S-lenuisliip
VIII liae Honolulu fni the above
Friday, April 1 1th,
For Kimlil or I'a-ige, nppl to
VM. O. IUWIN & CO., Agents.
VI It. II V. (IIIKKN is nntlioii-eil to
It l rollfi:t for our iirrount.
,-,17 Im .1. KJJKOWN & CO.
CHL'X ICOW is no lonf;ei in my em.
plov, unit i not antlioried to gn
mv iiiuiiu or r.ct foi me in nnv ni'iiuier
wha'eviT. I'AI KKH.
Honolulu. March SP, IPflO Ml! tw
MIIS. OSllOItNK U now prepared to
ive instiuetioiis in 1-aneyWoik
al "This Arlington," Jtooni U. Class
Lessons: Aloiidays Wednesdays and
l'ildav.. Private lc-ons by special
airaiiuenient. Siampbi'' and oideis
piomptly attended to.
HAVING sold out my inteifst in the
llrm of it More & Co to .1. N. S.
Williims, all persons iuilebiid totahl
firm are required to pay the amount of
llio.li- iiulebtcdtuss to mc, anil all busing
nccounl.s apalnst said llrm will pretent
Ilium to mo for payment ut the ollke (if
H. Mote & Co.
Tlio,. . I.UPAS.
Honnliilii.reli. 1, lMH). Abi lm
"VTO'I'ICH Is hereby given to depositors
li In the Minings Hank Dep.iittnoiit
of Clans Mpierkels & Co that, fiom and
after tlio 1st day of Apt II, lSlio, the in
leut allowed on deposits will bnie
diieeil to four ft) per cent per annum.
Depositors will lie allowed lo withdraw
their deposits up to that date without
giving lliojisiial notice, but, it allowed
to remain after Apill 1st, .said deposits
will l)oconsideieiiaenbject to the titles
and legitlallons published in the l'as
CJ,AlT.S SHtKCKHLS & CO.
IS'.i I in
HAVIXO bought out Mr. W. II.
Page in Urn "Honolulu Carriage
,Miiiiulactory,"at JUS Foil htitct, Jam
pienaied to conlinim the above liusiiiefs
under ihu old name of Honolulu Car.
ri'ige .Maunfactoiy, and boing mi old
e.pcrlonced carriage builder I lollcll
the pntionago ol my old lriends aril llic
nubile, in general, and witli my tlinr.mgh
linowledgo of the business and with c..
perlctKctl workmen and using only the
bent inuteriii) I gunrnnleo general satis,
faction, l'lcavc call and cc mn before
(rilgned): CIDKOX WKST.
Honolulu, Oct. 2?, ltfHD. :i!U If
Auction Sales by Janes F, Morgan,
")' !lk,7r, "' .M-,?i1'1' J-?.''
"-.vcuie.r '" "", 7. i ,i , . 1V..1 '.
linger-, deceacd. I will nail lit Public
Aiii'tinn. ill niyJsih'siooiii. liit'eii Mieet.
On SATURDAY, Anvil Hill,
AT HI O'Cliril A. M..
The stock ami inalcilul of -aid cMnle.
lion Safe. Miop rilling-i,
Large mill Hue :i-n I mumU of
TOOLS & MATERIALS, ETC.
jeweler- Is called to tliN sale.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
M7 4t Auctioneer.
f 'I lie sale of Haclug Toil", Etc..
at MortfiinV audio i iooni. h poMponeil
to tin- follow Iiir il-iy from mlvi-rlisril
ilme, iriiiicl) : Sa'unhiy, Apr I fitli, ul IS!
iiV.ii U noon.
AUCTION SALE OF
Boat House Fixtures !
At Ml' Salisroom, (Jucen atieel, I will
' sell ol Public Auction.
On SAVURDAY, April fitli,
AT It 0'4'1.04'li .NOOX.
Tin' folliwiii ncll.Uiinwii Km In?
The Six-oared R. Gig "Liliuokalani."
The Six-oared Racing Gig "Kaiulani."
Tha Four-oared Rac. Gig 'Unknown."
The Six-oared R. Bdige "Kapiolani."
The Twc-oared R. Canoe "B. F. D."
ScIm (r:i'ilaf A I'lne Ninoii flui'H,
l''iii'iilturt! A Ilout IIoumc KlxtuiVH.
t3f' Sale pn-lt!e. Xo lesciuv
JAS. V. HIOKOiAN,
514 fit Aurilonucr.
Hv anil umlcr the pnwir of fale jjivon
to V. M. (Jibeon, pledgee, by (I. S.ilo
Itossini, pUdgor, on Mureli 15. IMS7, I,
.1. S. Walker, Kxeeiilor ol Hie Kslntc ol
V. M. Gibion (lately ileceaseil). will tell
ut Public Auction by Jainc F. Morpar,
nueiloncer, at li i - Salesroom, on (Juei n
streit, in Honolulu,
On WEDNESDAY, April i,
AT I OVI.OCK 00.
Tliit certain llnst in Marble of
King Victor Emanuel
Uxeeiiteil by O Si'o Knsslni. Tlio -ai I
UiMt was iliposi'ed willi anil pleilfjcil to
said YV. M. (ilbson on said .Mmeli 1.1,
1887, by (I K.ilo Ito slid to Kccure llic
ripayuwnt or tS.'.O mill iiiteiisi Ibuicon
ut !) percent per annum, with power for
sulil pledgee to sell mill Hiitl ami reim
CW" The Ibift wi'l be ru exhibition
until the dav bcfoic -.i1ii. in llic wimlow
of Flore, in Citinpl cll'.s IJInelt, on inukiii
fide of Mcrcliiint -tieet, lately i.ienpied
by .1. H Hrown it Co
.1 S WALK Kit,
Exe. of EM-ile of W. M (Hb-on.
V. A. Win UNO Attorney.
Honolulu. Maieh!!!, lPJH. 558 fi
From 5 a. m. to 5 p. in.
On GOOD FRIDAY, April 4tH
Candy Factory & Bakery,
F. HORN, Proprietor
Till A 1 NleuillHliip
Will leave Honolulu for thu above poils
on or about
Monday, April 7th.
t-ST For freight or pissagc, lcivlng
Hnprrior eabln and stearage accomino.
ilatiou?, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Till) til Agents.
I?ASTER Hats for Ladlc, Kaslpr
It Hat lor MI5op, Kiisipr Hals ful
fill Idi en at Clmi. ,1. FIMu-r.s, r)7 hv
Is Issuing It hew form of itistimlicc which provides, In 'thu event of death, for a lcturti of nil premiums pnld In ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insnyeil survive a given number of years, the Company will
retniil all the premiums paid wilh'inteicsl', or, instead (if accepting the policy and piotlts In cash llic leital holder
WW WITHOUT MIMICAL FA'AMIN'ATION and WITHOUT FIWTHKK l'AYMKNT OF PRKMIl'MN, take in
lieu thereof Hie amount of policy and piollts in Fl'LLY PAID PP insurance, paiticipaiing annually in dividends.
Heinc-niber, this contract Is issued
gest Financial Institution in the Woild,
Kay For full particulate call on or
I)ce-24-80 , General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
O O O O O O O ' o o o o o 0
TAHITI LEMONADE WORK!
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, : CREAM rand-: PLAIN : SODA,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATIIt,
Ginger k Hop Me, undine, RasgMriaile, Sarsaparllle, Mineral Walers, Etc.
uir All ooiHiuunloatloiiH and orders slioulil lio niUlrcsstid to
LIVERY, BOARDING & SALE
Fort Street abovd Hotel Street.
47V 20TH TELEPHONES j-477
The aboe Slab'es uto now fully
eipllppeil iiud ate piep.lied to I'llllll-ii
Ihe public at a monieiii' notice with
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Sui ivy. Hog Carls, lit'-.. I'.le.
Ity tlio Day. Wrolc oi3ron(li.
And Patlsfaetiou guaratiteed. Special
attention paid to tlio care of ca'titigt".
Cor. lUcroltuiiL & JSutliul fcStM,
Opposite the l'ollee .Station. Iloth
Telepliones l.VJ, and conueeted by elee
tite bell with Stibles, so that a hue),
can be called at cither place.
jjarXew Hacks, Safe Ilor-'es, and
(iooiI, Sober l)rieis.
S. F. UIMIIA.II,
Base Ball Goods !
Mra. THOS. LACK,
Agent for Spalding Hno Hall fctipplitf,
will receive per S camera Aus.
tralia and Alameda a full
line of the latest
The Ifules & Rotjulationsfor'90
Do not forget that Mrs Thos. Lack,
81 Fort 6trcet, has the agency
foi ho world rciiownvd
SjmldinK'.s Spovling Pootls.
W Call fpr onp of Bpahllng'B Cata
logiics frep. fll-f lw
Ol NEW YOULIsC
by (he oldest Life Insurance Company
its assets exceeding One Hundred anil
- BUNS !
r.l?vro ai. lonii' !
The He-l Hot Cro-s Huns to be ha I in the city on
&X GOOD, FRIDAY
A1MI1L HhVllL UK AT
tJtT And will Im delivcied HKD HOT to any jail of the City. &"3
fjG Finn wagons will Tm in ooralin.u Hou in ynnr omIoik onily.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Wc imilc the Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
tr-OR. EASTER !
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
THE y IN' EST STOCK OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
Cjr OUR STOCK CAN'T RE HEAT. Jg3
CTias. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery llouso, Corner Foit it Hotel Bis.
E G A INT &: G U3NT 1ST
haVe JUST RECEIVED Ex austwalia
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
icii cioveh I'l'om a to yo iiuttoiiK,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch GiDghims, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
. ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,
CORK Kit HOTEL & FOKT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKINO STOCK I HAVE REDUCED MANY LINES OF
" , GOODS.
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
I OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
mil XT-ebniai-y 15tli, Only.
124 pair, of Undressed Kid Gloves!
0 and 8 IJtjUons in peifect order at $1 a pair Great Daigains
All my DRESH'GINGHAMS ahout 110 pieces to Bclcct fiom are ofl'eied at
,, CoiilPiiuc. A hinall lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
IU-:D TlR A largo ijpsortnient of READ THIS
whli:tje xk,e goods.
Such aB I'iiiucs, Embroidered Swiflses, India Linen, Main Swins, Nnlimonl: and
many oilier lines of White Goods. I will i-ell at Hitch a
price that cvciybody will buy them.
g,7T Remember, Fobruary 15th will elo.se this Sale. Jtf
in the I'nlted Stales, a
Thirty-Six Millions of
ml the l.:u-
Poinpr JTotpl & Fort StrPOtfl.
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