Newspaper Page Text
Pltdftd to neither Sect nor Patty,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1890.
Coder the circumstances, the
Government -63 Tnse in abandoning
the prosecution of those under
charges of conspiracy nnd riot com
inlttcd in Inly lst. The lact that
the admitted and recognised princi
pal and lender had bees acquitted
by n jury, after n long and patient
hearing, was sufllclcnt reason for
tlie course adopted. Indeed, dis
missal of the subordinates would
have been in order immediately the
principal was discharged.
A HAZY WRITEI?.
"A. Z." in the Advertiser, nn
dcrtakes to point out what he is
pleased to call "a few of the TJn.u:
us's utterly baseless arguments and
assumptions," contained in our arti
cle on the pioposcd treaty with the
United .Slates; but he completely
lails in the attempt. If A. '.. can
show that the Ili'i.t i:tiv' arguments
are fallacious or that its assump
tions arc baseless let him do -o;
for he has not done it yet. Tits in
timation that the nearer the desti
tution to which we send our pro
ducts the less it costs its to get them
there is controverted by undeniable
facts. It costs the planter as much
to send his sugar from ome of the
other islands to Honolulu a matter
of a few hours' steam as to trans
port it fiont Honolulu to San Fran
cisco, a distance of 2,000 miles.
Facts of this character may be mul
tiplied without limit. Allowing that
of the 5120,000,000 wotth of hit
polls into tin l' nitcd StalG4 from
South America only SI J, 000,000
pay duty, sugar is a dutiable com
modity all the same, and is not ad
mitted at a loner rate than front
any other part of the world. The
liUM.KTiv is not "ignorant of the
fact that the South American Re
publics produce but a. fractional
part of the sugar which they need
for their own consumption," etc.,
but has simply said that in the event
of free trade "the well known sugar
producing resources of those south
ern republics, coupled with the
abundant capital and restless enter
prise of the American people, leave
little ioom for doubt that such reci
procal relations will be promptly
followed by an influx of duty ficc
Migar into the Fnilcd States such as
will threaten to swamp our planting
interests." This is the point for
A. Z. to disprove, nnd not go scrap
ing up a lot ol windy epithets to
conceal his inability In hnw the
f tllacy of our aiticle.
The Adxettiscr is ery loud of
(pioting the chestnut, "Whom the
gods would destioy they llr.st make
mad." Apparently the gods have
assumed a contract on the. conduc
tors of the Advertiser, whether or
not on the "lowest or any tender"
being unknown. The chestnut is
probably the .-illiest nonsense, ever
coined by the ancients, po that it is
more than possible theAdvcrtiser
men are not going to be destroyed
yet awhile. Their madness, how
ever, is manifest, and it is ot the
March hare kind, run into April
foolery. It is mad in its abuse of
the "now dominant party" in the
Slates, in which Mr. Thurston's only
hopes of Hawaii's friendly relations
with that country ate centred. It
is ceitainly not wise in regaid to
-ell-preservation when, in kicking at
the American Republican I'arty. it
knocks over fconie of its own chief
arguments in fanr ol a new treaty
with the Stales.
What a herculean task Minister
Caitcr is having laid on him by this
journalistic unrplot! He will have
to reconcile two facts that will uot
hitch together any better than Dil
lingham's traction engine and one
of Ihe butl'alocs that the Chinese use
In plowing the rice Ileitis at 1'alatna.
Fit. st is thu fact that tin co-quarters
of the Hawaiian Cabinet are stomach-aching
-to get enhanced and
everlasting free trade from liio pre
sent Washington administration.
Secondly, it is a fact that the ollicial
newspaper of the Hawaiian Cabinet
is saying all the sharp or intended
to he, sharp and nasty things it can
about the fiscal policy ot the patty
supporting the Washington Admin
istration. Then, as to the inconsistencies
fallen into, or the Uickiug over of
the stool on which it ftauds, by the
Advertiser. One of the main con
tentions on which the advocacy of
new treaty relations is prosecuted is
that the Republican Tarty, In being
the fust organization in n long lime
contiolling the three branches of the
Executive and Legislative, is the
party to give Hawaii now or never
treaty benefits magnified and ex
tended beyond those now enjoyed.
Yet the Advertiser is found, in the
midst of its agitation for those en
hanced treaty benefits, Intimating
that the Republican Party has been
taken in hand for swift destruction
by the gods, who have already suc
ceeded in reducing that party to the
requisite pieliminary stage of mad
ness 1 According to the Advet User,
our hope of improved relations from
the Republican Party would be
about on a par with that of getting
a coming weapon's supply of milk
from u cow already -old to the
Further, the Advet User bewails
the apparent intention of the Re
publican Fatty to raise the duties
on wool and fruit and other articles.
At thu same time its co-agitators for
a new treat j believe that, with just
a liltlc bit of the Hawaiian "birth
right," as Mr. Davies aptly put it,
thrown into tlie scale this country
could get perpetual free trade in all
products, of course including wool,
with the United Slates. Mr. Raid
win and othpis laid gteat sliessnn
the ptn-peot of gelling wool on the
free list. On the AdvertUei ,t Co.
forget that the advantage of our
present treaty telalions are very
largely due to the existence of high
duties in the American tatill' on
those products fioin other countries
that arc admitted free trout Hawaii?
Therefore, that with every increase
on them we aie eorrespondingly'be
mtitcd, and that with eveiy de
crease, or an abolition of such du
ties, our vantage, ground would cor
rcspouditiglv disappeai'r The Ad
vertiser is thoioti'ilily wilil over
every Tifplom tit..', the I's'ited
States is teecding fioin fiee trad"
rather than appioaching it, al
though, witli the brains attributed
by Macaulay to every schoolboy, il
ought to perceive that free trade
adopted by the States would make
it deirablo that this country should
be hampered by no eommeiciaj
treaty telalions with that country
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
IniproKMiieiitM. KxteiiMloiiM, unit I'.n
HiiKi'incnts.. Voiiiik'h Autoiitu'lo
A reporter dropped into the Ho
nolulu Iron Wniks this morning to
eo what new wotk lliey were doing.
Mr. W. O. Atwater. the chief ac
countant, recehed him cordially and
passed him on to Mr. A. Young,
superintendent, who was found at
the heart of Ihe labyrinth composing
tiio indiislii.il beehive.
The superintendent being moie
than willing lo impail information,
matetial for a page, if necessary,
was soon obtained where only a
garagraph was sought. Lately the
boiler sitop has been enlatged by at
least one-half, pattly lo accommo
date the labor-saving machinery now
in operation. Here, is a riveting
machine that noiselessly fastens to
gether thu great boiler plates, with
almost equal celerity to thai with
which eyelets are put in a -line. I
Temporarily joined together with
screw nnd nut the boiler is swung
up under a towcrlikc roof, and a
mere turn of the wrist on a lever
places hole attcr hole in position lo
receive its rivet. Piessuro of a
powerful piston rod repeated but
once fixes the rivet and polishes off
its head. Near by is a planing ma
chine where the edges of the plates
before bending aro sliced down to a
smooth bevel, without any noise and
very tapidly where a noiy and
iabotiotis process was once requited.
A larger engine than formally has
had to be placed in thu boiler shop
to meet increased demand'.
Mr. Young remarked in passing
from shop lo shop that the Iron
Works thiough all departments arc
very busy, with good prospects for
a busy summer and fall. Incident
ally he pointed to tins old olllcc
building of the wotks, saying it was
to be fitted up with' the plant for.a
7.1-lantp sy3tcm of clcctiic light for
the wotks! A duplicate boiler is to
bu supplied lo provide against any
The Wotks are now .engaged on
the new plant lor lite Wailiiku I'lan
tationN mill, mention of which ban
bccit previously made. It will lie a
six-roller mill instead of the five
roller one to bo superseded, and be
divided into three sets of two each.
The plant will embody all the re
cent improvements introduced by
the Honolulu Iron Wotks Co. wjlh
tho exception of tlie diffusion tube
just patented by Mr. Voting. A
diffusion apparatus of llie kind
mentioned N being made at the
Walks for iho Waiakea Mill. It
will be. ready within two mouths,
when u practical test will rovcal It;
cfllcaoy to the world. Its descrip
tion would require so much space
that it may be deferred In another
DAILT BDLLEKHs BQKOLITLTJ, H. L,. APJRlL 8, 1880,
A boiler nnd a large vacuum pan
for ITamakua Mill, two smaller pans
for the two Hakalau plantations, two
sets of Young's superheaters for the
latter, and one set of the une for
the Katwilahilahi Mill, llllo, are
building; also a marine boiler for'
the Government tug Klcu and an I
enormous molasses tank 21ft. dia- '
meter by lift, high for I'npuikou
Mill ' ' I
A host of business callera were '
waiting for Mr. oung on returning I
to the office, and the repot ter went ,
up3tnlr3 with Mr. r;. Heitemann,
draftsman, to receive the necessnry
posting from the piano on diffusion.
Emerging thenco he was collaied
by Mr. II. ('. Rcid, foiemnit of tlie
pattern shop, who led him all
thiough that department. In the
upper floor of the workshop is some
fine machinery. For instance, n saw
table with two circular saws, each of
which is brought into business rela
tions with a board at plcasuie tlie
a little whirligig retires either when
the other is not needed, or bolh
when idle lo put them out of the
way of mischief. There Is also i
band saw that will cut the smallest
needed circles anil eccentric or eon
centric curves. Whoro a Jabot-
-avlmr macltinn is at hand, however,
for every kind of wotk, it is need
less fo describe flic whole plant. A
powerful engine operates the whole.
In the largo flicproof warehouse
lately built on the King street front
age,' it is estimated that 81. ")0, 000
worth of patterns are stored. There
they ate .so at ranged that any can bu
found at a moment's notice, fioin
nn ounce screw nut pattern to lltu
type of a colossal sugar mill frame.
In the moulding shop men aie
building something like an Esqui
mau's hut of Iniekand wei sand. It
is tin; mould for the immense cap
ot Young's siipet healer. Large and
small moulds ate being made all
around the area, the ptocess from
lir-t lo last being very interesting to
anybody with the slightest liking
for mechanical ingenuiu.
Auction Sale of
lt. (infer of II. II. M'-. COXSl'L
OEXKItAL, I tun in-tiiii'tcil iom'II.'ii
I'lllil'e Auction, at in v Sale-ioom-.
On THURSDAY, April JO,
AT II O'CLOCK ,. M..
I'lie piopi-ny of the late .Mile- Tnci
riler, coted-tlng of
islanj) Honxisitv ,
I'icUi'c Finnic-, C,tm.tc. I'u-i-N,
Paint-. Paint llne,
Anil gciicial as-iittmeiil oT
ArtlHtV. Iin l-nieiit m.
('-.mines Etc., Ktc., Chiilr-,
Tables, .Student's Lamp ami
'.'Tiiiuk-& I Valise, coiiliiliilii
Wi-ailnif Aii.irel A. Personal ItfccK,
I.KWIS J. I.KVKV,
TO SPORTSMEN !
rriO LKT for the tlih
L ol .Inni! Ilnres: 1
(!inv ('oil, !l years nld,
by line. Stnnlntd, dull)
f.t.hjfc . j,j0 ( jri , ,n, orav
K'lly, !'. year' old, b, (Jn- tmiford, ilam
Fuitimnun. Scaled biiU lor lioth hoi-os
will ba received anjtliiiedaiinn the next
iwii week Apply to
I. S. Eilliel of these colls will hull)
a mortgage on any met! fur Hawiilian
bredrt in which limy may stait. lloth In
tbui Older fi2l2w
MHm. ObltOBNi: Is now ntep.ued lo
ive In.tiitciioiw in KaneyWoik
at 'The AiliiJjjtnn," Hooin M. Class
Lemons: Monil:iy, AVednedays and
t'lldaya, 1'ilv.ttc leseotis by special
arnin;eineiit. .Stamping and ordert
promptly aliended lo. Icb'.'l-ly
y In the. Siulugs Bank Nepal intent
of Clnus .picekeN it Co I ha I, lioin and
after thn 1st da. ol Apiil. 1M0, the ln
teicst allowed on deposit will beie
diiced to four (I) percent per milium.
Depor-Itots will be allowed towilhih.iw
lltulr dotiosits tip lo that dalewllhoiit
giving thu tt'iial notice, bill, if allowed
to remain after Aiull 1st, salit ilcno-llti
will be considered as subject to the tides- i
ami lobulations piiiiiisneit in tlie I'ah
CLACS M'ltECKKLK tc CO. I
tso ni j
Union Iron Works Co. I
hcteby leu that nt a
of the eiibseiibers to thu
anltal stock of Iho above named Com
pany held In Honolulu, II. I., Mai'cli
li. IfiOO, It a voted lo accept the
Chatter of Coinoiatlou dated Match ,
18!ifi, for tho term of llfty ycati, Kianted i
bv tbu llawallaiMiovciumeut. 'J lie ua
billtj of tho stockholders U limited to
the 'amount duo and unpaid on iho
shares held. The following olllceis
weie elected for tho ensuing year:
.I.N. S. William- I'teshleul,
It, Moie Seel etai ViV Tien-tiiei,
A . .1. Cartw t Ight Audltoi .
The above nninril oillccrs alo consti
tute a Hoard ofDIiectoif.
l!HI lin Secretary ifcTrcaoiii or.
rpHE Ibtest stock of Ladles' and
X ChlldieuVrilmmrd Hats can bo
been ut Chin-. -T. nshcl'f,
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
Mine's Mice of Sale !
Hy and under lltu powtr ot sale given
lo W. M. (libron, pleilKee, by U. t-aln
Itosslni, philniir, on Mitroh 15,1887, I,
.1.8. Walker, Executor of the Estate of
V. M. (Jlb-on (lately deceased!, ulll sell
at 1'uhllc Auction by Jnuici F li)rjrnn,
uuctlonccr, at his Salesroom, on Queen
etrect, lu Honolulu,
On WEDNESDAY, April 9,
4.T 14 O'CLOCK XOO.V,
That certain Bust In Marble nt
King Victor Emanuel
Executed by U.Hilo ltnsslnl. Tito 'aid
Host wa deposited with nnd pledged to
paid W. M. (Ilbsnn on said .March IB,
1837, by (I Silo Uo $1nl to eccuic llic
repiyincnt of 'J'iO and Interest thereon
al U percent pur annum, villi power for
said pledgee lo sell mid IJust and rtlm.
tAW" The llnst will bo (n exhibition
until the tiny before sale, in the window
of store in Uiiniplrll's Mock, on mnkitl
side of Merchant slteet, lutely occupied
by .1 11 Ilrown As Co
.1 S WAt.KKH,
I An. of K-hleof V. M tlHison.
V A. W'liiiis'ii, Al'otni'V.
Motiniuhi, Mnieir.lt, I8A0. Ml) lit
J'.y onler ol tii:o. I.t'CAS, Lsfj., Art
ininUtiator of the Ktat( of Miugaict
Keegnn, deceased, I will ell at Public
Auction, at my Sale-nooui, Queen St.,
On MONDAY, April 28th,
AT li O'CLOCK NOON.
That Certain Parcel of Land,
Sllii.tit'd on S'mianu avetntoaud luijoln
biX thu K.lgle IIoiim- ptopert. Tlu'le
On the Lot. containing ! Itonms aNo.
Out-hoiHis Stables Etc.
X&T Tin1 piemliei have a frontage of
ISlci'ioti Nimauii -.licet and aie 111! feet
deep. Thi K a rteMt.'ihlc oiti)itiuiity
to iiljliilu a !imd ti'slileucc.
J AS. 1 HOHOAN,
Vj:t tit eod Auetlrniicr.
oii AlONDAY, April 28lli,
AT IJ O'CLOCK XOOX.
At uiv S.ili:iooiu, (Jueen tieel. I will
sell at Public Auction,
1-Tho-.e Vabiub'i) PientUrs situated
un Ihe cuiiii'i'of Nuiiann stieet and
Kitkiit l.ane, and Known a" tbi-
The Lot has- a fiontae of about :) feel
on .Nmianti Mieei and is i:tl feetdi-ip.
2-Story Wooden I'mlding.
On the pieuilNCs which can be ucd n-i
a store and a lodinj; limine. Thete is
aj(i a L'-l!onin (oila;c on same lot,
2 The I'li'inlsos ailjoinlim J.ot No. 1.
and liavlu;a ft outage -if a, feel on
Xuiuiiii l icih and a depth of i:t:i
feel, with a
4-Itoom Coltute &OuHiouaes
BSyThi, sale (illetsan iiniHlial oppnr
timlty to invf-l in oml paving pio
pet'ty, situated on tliu main 'sheet of
'I'lir bill her particulars, apply lo
ilAS. P. AlOKUAX,
fi'j:l llt.o id
Gustav A. Schuman
Na. 70 & 81 : : King Slrcst.
At V. AVrifihl it foil'.
Huviiif! ncc-iMil a full asfiiiliiicnl of
''atibmeTiiiiimitip Mnleihls lioin the
Hast, I am pienpred toeM'entenll ordeis
with nealiies-s and dcfpatdi at very rca.
sonahli i t.'S.
(I. A. SCHUMAN.
apr 7.1-0 ly
Tin- rnellli' lliii'iHtiii'e 4'i.
Have j ist icicivcd u line Hue ol
G. Wostengliolm's I.X.L. Cutlery;
Also, Chamois Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
.'0.1 Supplies Generally. if
Of fin Francisco.
Practical Piano, Pipe & Rocil Organ
Tunor & llep.tlrcr.
Having wotked in Mima nt the hiijjcsl
piuiio and organ facilities in the United
(Mate- ol Auicilca, I am fully able nnd
in oi'iu cil to do all kinds ol i'cinir wotk
in the most Halinfiiutory manner.
lay- Orders can hit left nt II. 1
Whitman's .Icwelry Kioto, Koil street,
t ut the Advertiser ofllce, or llirnuch
Mutual Telephone No. .'U7. fflfl lm
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL L'dcoliiinun, puiely local ninttci
Mailed to foteign (ountric, if 5 per
Is issuing n now form of Insurance which provides, in thu event of death, for a iclttrii of all premium? palil in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of yeais, the Company will
return all thn premiums paid withintcicst; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the leiml holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FDltTIIKK PAYMENT OK PUEMIUMS, tuko In
lien thereof the amount of policy and.prollti in Kl'I.LY PAH) PP insurance, patticlpating annually in dividends.
Itcmembcr, this contract Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in tlie United Slates, and Ihe Lar
gest Financinl Institution in tho World, Its assets exceeding One Hundred anil Thltly-Sk Millions of Dollars.
1ST For full Dartleulars call on or address
Dcc-21-SH General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LOVE'S BAKERY and CGF
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Family 111 end,
iiiiKiiiiiii asii Saloon find, Mis, Siopf Suitgs,
fas- And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHANGE to any
C(.fl.e, Te.t. Chocolitte A-
Pipe & Clft'tirotic Tobacco,
Open fiom !1:
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAfcSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiipr Me, Hoi Ale, Greoalliiie, liasiirryil, Sarsaparilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
J380 1 m
Gate City Stone filler !
These l-'Ilteu aro c.isllv cloaned,
and NKVEK becomo CKAUKEI) or
OltA.Kl) by change of t-nipeiatiuo of
The Fillet hip Medium Nti NATURAL
STONE, mined fiom llieeailb UN
unlike any other stone.
If. Docs Not Absorb
lltH'omo Foul !
I.MITR1TIKS never l'ENETUATK
It, but lie on the surface, and Intel nally
the -tone tenialns a- 1 lire and white
after eat s- ot use a when t.tkeu fiom
The fiule City Stone r liter I- a per
fect sucec-i. It is thu imlj t e.il (liter I
have e er i-ecn. I would uot be w Ithottl
one for any consideration, p ennvciU
our kike water Into thu best (lilnMiig
water In Ihe wotld.
IH'.sitvM.lAMA.v, M. I").,
."ifi. Wct Adiinis St , Chicago.
tW I'nr Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Oppodie Sprcnkels As Co.V Hank,
A W II Fori street, Honolulu.
XfO. fi Kini; sliin', nu ir Ihe Utidge.
.1 l open Hay anil uiu'til
Mtals nl nil
for Ciiliiornln' nrnducc
E. T. (1II.'.Y,
ROM thn CotBt a ohoico lot of
Ciirnrs, CiL'ircttcs and Tobactoi,
ich will bo told at vtitv low nrlcet.
KID 1 ni No.87KlitjjBtrtiI.
TUAL Lilt IN
OF INTiTW YOKE
ALWAYS OX HANI) AND TO OltDKlt
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
HILL, ol FA.KIC:
Honed PijjV Feel, Cold Ham,
MANILLA " AMERICAN CIGARS
A I.AliOi: A.s'.s'OlllMKNl' OP
Cigar & Clffnrotlc
M. until D ::10 v
OfTtce Box 178.
. M. Sattuday nicht, open
ir a!nu f a otuSuskh" of
TAHITI : LEMON A
? . V. ....... . U..W . .
and orders should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
We inilo tlie Ladies of Ilotiolultt to call and inspect our
PINE LINE of MILLINERY
FOR EASTER !
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
TIIFJ yjNKST STOCK OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
gT- OUlt STOCK C.VNT UK BKA.T. flrjf
Chas. J. FISHEL'S.
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel gts.
' ' ' ' ' '
E G AN &. GUNN
HAVR JPST RKCEIVE1) Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
Kid Cloven front r. to UO Uiiltons,
Hosiery, Satiues, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys',, Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
Great Reduction Sale !
AKTElt 'JAKINO STOCK I HAVE HEDUCE1) MANY LINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE following: OOODS
rnil TGhvnA.vy lBtl9 Only.
124 pafc.pf Undressed Kid Gloves!
Ct and 8 Ilntlbns in porfeel otder nt l a pair
All my DRESH filNOHAMH nbottt
uohi i'rtco. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
REAl)vTHlS A hu-jjo asHorttnent of ltEAI) THIS
WIXbc?JB IR.ES!5S GOODS.
.Such aw Piques, Embroidered Swisse?, India Linen, Plain Swins, Nnimonk and
inany oiltP' linefl of White (.loodn, 1 will i-ell at Mtch a
jirico that everybody will buy thorn.
g0" Remember, February llil'i will closo (his Sale, jff
Sboolly Ct ticket ,
Coffee tt, Etc, Elo,
part of tho city. jg&
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Beef, Snlady, Etc
Holders, Cold Drinks, Etc.
all nicht. Hell
.... . WWHTIly
& FORT STREETS.
IT QIMPMGMJmMiei ' ' . 1
11(1 iuccoh to fcIccI
from are oll'ereil nl
Corner Hotel & Foil MtrcolH.