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THURSDAY, Al'Hll. 10, 1800.
The annual report of the Collector
General ot Customs gives the total
vaIuq of exporU for the )eai 1S69
tig SM,03U,yil -10, ami the total
value of Itnpotti for thcnine peiiod
NotUwltUstamllng the precaution
taken Viy Sir. Levey to prevent per
sons procuring tickets for the Mi
kado performance anil then sellinu
them at an advanced price, it would
appear that some "sharpers" have
succeeded alt the same. Tickets
were gobbled yesterday by omc
V0UH2 men to the full number al
lowed, and -old or offered for s-alo
at Sl.fiO caeh. This U a eonlempti
tile practice for the stopping or mini
mising of which some uicniw should
The law says that the Tramways
Company shall "at their own ex
pense maintain the stirfaec of the
street or bridge Hush with the rail
surface ot their road, both belwecr.
the rails thereof, and for a distance
of not lcs than two feet on the out
side of each of Mich rails, and also
the entile space between the tracks
where it has more than one track."
It is easy to comply with the. law
where the streets are kept up to the
legular grade, but wh?re they a: e
allowed to wear down considerably
below it the Tramways people have
:i hard task to perform. At the pre
sent time there aic many places
where the streets are o reduced be
low the established grade that it is a
dilllcult and costly undertaking to
kei'p two leet on the outer sides of
the trainwa.v mils bunched up so
high ahme the adjoining poitinn oi
Many of the properties on the up
per side of King street, between
Thomas Square and the Hitle l'ange,
were under water most of Wednes
day, a9 a result of the heavy early
morning rain. If proper provision
had been made, when that street
was being constructed, for the es
cape of storm water, the residents
of that locality would not be liable
to the annoyance and damage which
every heavy rainfall now subjects
them to. The roadway being raised,
in many places, above the adjoining
lands, with no ctiltcrts crossing it
or drain running parallel with it,
serves as a dam to hold the water
back. "When that portion of King
street was constructed, which is not
long ago, our road authorities nppa
lently had not learned that drainage
and provision for the escape of
storm water arc fundamental con
siderations in connection with load
iuukiiir. If that le-on, which the
Iti'i.i.KTix has essayed time and
again to hammer into their skull.-.,
is now impressed upon their minds
by nature's teaching of the last
month or two, we may hope for im
piovement in new operations. If
not, we shall have to endure repeti
tions of the same blunder.
NOTES FROM FRESNO, CAL.
Ktmon l'.m.i.r.Tix :
Allow me to liilioduce to the read
ers of ynur paper this fast growing
city and counl.s.
We are pleasantly located in the
great San Joaquin Valley, midway
between San Francisco and Los
Angeles. This county is the com
ing raisin centre of California.
There are several former Ilouoln
luans now located here, some inter
ested in grape, stock and grain rais
i ng, and all seem to be contented
and doing splendidly.
The amount of raisins dried and
cured each year is steadily increas
ing, and the crop of the coining sea
son promises to gicatly exceed that
ill last year, as younger vineyards
:ue maiming. There are seveial
thousand acres of land now under
cultivation for lh.it purpose. On
the outskirts ol the city thcic are
several vineyards which are devoted
expressly to raising raisin grapes.
Ihu largest to my knowledge being
;0 acres, or one mile square. The
weather being very pleasant now,
everyone is very busy putting their
laud under thorough cultivation,
and the suriounding country pre
sents a scene of animation. The
fruit oichards also present a pleas
ing sight in full bloom; but the
early blossoms were somewhat in
jured by the late Irost, coming
rather unexpectedly this season of
Tho weather through the summer
is so oven and very dry that the
grapes arc almost entirely dried by
natural process, requiring from nino
to llttccn days to properly dry the
grapes, when they aro icady for the
puckers. Willi them they arc put
through a sweating process and then
aro ready to pack for shipment. The
cultivation of n vineyard and pre
paring grapes for raisins ready tor
cxpoit, is an interesting study for
the agrictiltuiist. Fiicsmti;,
THE NEW TREATY,
I'rnvlnlotm of tlio Acrcennjiit Willi
Ureal IlrlliiliK.'I'lio iMiniliilon Xo
Longer n Hale I'lnrc foe I'.iulir.
.tei'S. Washington, Alarcli 2i. The con
vention Hupplcmcntaiy to the tenth
article of the treaty of 18 12 between
(5 rent, Nrltain and the United Slates
concluded at Washington on July
'-, 1S89, ami the ratification? ex
changed at London March 11, lfeUO,
was proclaimed to-day. lly the terms
of the supplementary convention the
provisions of the tenth aittcle of the
original treaty were made applica
ble to the ' following additional
1. Manslaughter, when voluntary.
2. Counterfeiting or altering mon
ey and uttering or bringing into cir
culation counterfeiter altcicdinnney.
!!. Embezzlement, larceny or re
ceiving any money, valuable secur
ity or other pioperty, knowing the
same to have becii embez.led,
.stolen or fraudulently obtained.
I. Kiaud by bailee, banker.agcnt,
factor, trustee or director, or mem
ber or olllcer of any company, made
criminal by the laws of both conn
tiics. i. IVijury, or subornation of per-
0. IJape, abduction, child stealing
7. Burglary, housebt caking or
S. Piracy by the law of nations.
!. llcvolt, or conspiracy to re
volt, by two or more persons on
board a ship on the high seas,
against the nuthority of tho master;
wrongfully sinking or destroying a
vessel at sea, or attempting to do
so, and assaults on boaul ship on
the high seas with intent to do griev
ous bodily barir.
10. Crimes and offenses against
the laws of both countries lor the
suppression ot slavery and slave
trading. Extradition is also to take place
for paiticipation in any of theciimcs
mentioned in this convention or in
the aforesaid tenth ailicle, provided
that such paiticipation be punisha
ble by the. laws of both countries.
The convention further provides
that a fugitive ciiminal shall not be
surrendi'ied, it the offense in le
speet of which he is demanded be
of a political character, or If he
proves that a requisition for his sur
render has, in fact, been made with
a view to try or punish him for any
offense of a political character.
No person surrendered under the
convention shall be triable or tiied,
or be punished for any political
crime or offense, or for an1 act con
nected theiewith, committed pre
vious to his extradition, other than
the offense for which he is sun end
oral, until ho ihnll have an oppor
tunity of returning to the country
fiom which he was siiircndcied.
THE DEAD-BEAT ARMY.
Society does not exactly commend
the dead beat, but it does toleiate
him in a fashion which U an encour
agement to him. It treats him as a
joke for the most part. His swin
dles are laughed at and his victims
derided for their credulity. .Men
and women of exemplary habits and
a holy honor of convicted felons ex
tend theii hands to him and associ
ate with him the same as if lie weie
a model of integrity. They know
that he never pays his debts and
that a loan made to him is simply
o much money thrown away.
Nevertheless, they recognise him
socially and give him to understand
that liiey are blind to his faults and
in sympathy with his theory that
the world owes him a living on his
own terms. There is no disgiaoe
attached to his plan of existence,
lie must not steal in a common,
vulgar style and get himself sent to
jail or the penitentiary ; but he may
peculate as much as ho pleases in
his characteristic, way and the com
munity will not turn 'its back upon
Possibly the time is coming when
another policy will be adopted in
thin matter. It seems reasonable to
believe that society will some day
tire of the task of supporting a
class of piofessionnl diones, and at
least manifest its disapproval of
them and their doings by ceasing to
accord thorn those marks ot atten
tion which do not in any proper
sense belong lo them. They col
hoiiesl people millions of dollars
every year, and set an example ol
idleness and dishonesty that i a
national scandal. We can never
abolish litem, perhaps, but we can
refuse to treat them as if their
frauds were pardonable, and thus
discredit tlicni where they aie now
graciously smiled upon. It is not
always In the power of a debtor lo
fiillll" his pledges and ;i failiue to do
f,o docs not necessarily Imply rascal
ity. Itut (he dcad-be'ats are an ol
der of debtors who have no excuse
lo plead for their shot (comings.
They incur obligations for the ex
press purpose of repudiating them ;
and that is something which annuls
all claim to respectability. (.lobe
, It m. j:. I'lKUOK will net foi me
111 uiiilei full power of attorney, nml
iillrinl In it'l Imibiiilnh cnliustfd in tho
Hawaiian lliitinei Agency dining my
iihsencc from t It Ih ICInudwii
LOUIS T. VALENTIN I!
Honolulu, April io, lbno. iw.-i Un
fumilv. Apply to '
) hi niHee,
.". :t ;n
DAILY BULLETIN HONOLULU, 31. L, APRIL 10, 1890.
' AN ALARM BOTTLE FOR POISONS.
A Chicago man has invented a
bottle stopper to be used exclusively
for poisons. The superiority over
tho old-fashioned article lies in the
construction of the stopper. The
projection which enters the neck of
the bottlo is ground glass with n
small hole in one side, t In uugh which
prottudosa little rod or digger. The
top of the stopper is covered with a
small bell enclosing the cog wheels,
which aic so auanged that when the
atopper Isiemoved the bell will ring.
When it is laid down It rings again,
and when icturned to it? place in
the bottle it again .sounds an alarm.
The mechanism is so arranged that
it is absolutely impossible to remove
or icplacc the stopper without first
ringing the bell, thus making it
impossible for a druggist, if he is
careful in the tilling of his bottles,
to deal nut poison in the place of
harmless dings without receiving a
warning as to the dangerous natuio
of the preparation.- flloston Jour
nal of Commerce.
Tliursday.Evening, April ifltli.
Ml I.I. III. (MM .-
liilborl & Sullivan's Well-known Opera
vi in i in: rot i owim: cam :
The Mikado of .lupMli
Mr. K. Monle.igle
NllIlM I '(HI (III-M)).
Kokn (I. old High Lxcuiilloucr)
Mr. L. K. ItWiop
I'mih bah (I.oid High Kvei.v ililng
Kl-e) Mr. W. bcueis
1'i-liTii-h (aNnhle I.011I)
.mi. v.. lueiiuiuu
) .Uier, fMI- !'. Xolte
Wniib Mi. .1. Howler
ofKoho (Mi-s.M. I, Minimi
Mr. (.'. Niiiemaiiii
I ccn l!o ofKoKo I .Mi- M. J.i-linian
Kiili-h'i (an eldeilv I.idv in love with
N'atil.i I'iMij Mi'-, H'. Uiimuid
Large & Efficient Chorus & Orchestra
CSfltoK il;in open at I
ollke. Wedne-day. April
nth. at' 1
o'eloek v. .m.
Xoricr.: N'o onu person will he al
lowed to re-eive more than ten -enls at
one i line. ii-JJ:'
Ciillci'i it Stable Supplies!
The Carl 111- II aril u lire Co.
Ilitve just lereived a line line of
G. Wostengliolm's I.X.L. Cutlery;
Also, Chamois Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
'OT.i Supplies Generally. tf
Government Coupons Lost !
Maieh 2:inl. Coupon'; :!0, liond No. '."J I
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Honolulu, Mai eh -J.'.. ISIH). .Ml tf
XATl'HAI. Mlner.il Water. Tor
tah onlv hv
y. s. i.roi:.
Sole Agent V Impoiter lor the l!a
vviiiinu NlaiuK. W1W if
t I nitu 1'nstiii i
enbcig wlnl am
JJL Soiinliiir. flt.ii
lit April, Vuriiilt
lnp;f it ulir euien diuteheii otic
diensl iu dcr Y. M. (J A. Hull al Icillwi
K I 4t
rim. .i. i rnwrnsKV n.is
1M. thlhdnv relbeil fiom Ihelliiuof
Hail A Co., Iho Lille leeC'ieain l.tiloi
Vf'jidv I'iiiIoiv. IIAHT&CI).
Jpiiiojiilu. pi'U 7 JS!)0. Ma l
ALL pel-Mills aro heieh.v uoiiiled tluil
-hooilng over the land.- of ICn
liauiM, .Moniuiliia, Hnlnwa. Alea und
Knlau.io i r-tiletly prohibited, and any
one violating thl- notice will be pio-o-I'liled
lo the full extent of the law :
ii. m. viiitxi:y..ii!.,
A. J. OAKTWHKiHT. .In..
A Lc-eei of Shooting lllght.
Tiiion Iron Works (,'o,
"VOTIOK U heieby Riven Hint nr a
V ineoilng of Ihn f-iilcilliei- lo lui
enpllal 'loci; of tho above miuieil Coin
pau.v held in Honolulu, II. I., Maieh
ii. IS'.iO, It was voted to accept the
( 'baiter of Coiporallon dated Maieh 1,
18!)(i, for the term of llftj yeais, gi-.iuleil
hv the HuvvitilaiiCoveimiR'iit. The lia
bility of llm f.toclholdeis I- limited lo
Iho amount duo and unpaid on Iho
-hare- held. The following ollleeis
weie elected for tho enduing ear:
J.X. S. AVlllIutll-. l'le-Ident,
It. More Sect etaiy A Ti earlier,
A. J. Cm tvv i Ight Auditor.
Tho above mined nillccrn alio consti
tute a lto.it it of Director.-.
imi lm Secrelury it TienMiier
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Guardian's Sale !
In pitrMianec of an older inittle by the
lion. It. )'. Illchcrlnu, one of the Jn
llccs of the Supreme Colli I. dated .Inu
iiiiiv 1ii. IStitl, Hie iiiiilei-xlgnoil wlllM'll
at I'nlille Atielliin.
On WEONEtfUA Y, Apr. Ill,
AT Itf O'CLOCK XOO.,
At IheSatrsiooms of J. V. MOIIOAN.
In Honolulu, till of tho light, title and
Intnon of Wllhelm A. I'lluger. William
I. I'lluger, Anna V. I'llngi-r. Mollli; II.
I'lluger and llernunn I'. I'lluger. mi
nors, hi ami to all of that
PARCEL of LAND WITH THE
Situated on Alnkea .-tieet. hi Honolulu,
adjoining the. llnvvalinti Hotel pieinl-c-.
being the ninu liiud described In ilecti
froiii .1. ('. I'lluger lo Mnlulk'o rt ill" .
tinted Mnv 21, 17-'. of loconl in Llher
111. I'ollo IIO.
Sejy'lVriiH Cah. Deeds at e.spenio
J. I. HACK'l-LLn.
Citaiilinu ol minor ehi'ilien of .1. C.
I'lluger, (leee.tM'il. .l til
lly ouler of (ir.o. 1.1'CAS. Kso.. Ail-iiihl'l-tintor
of Hie Kst:tte of Msugitlct
Keegnn, deceased, I will -ell at Public
Auction, at my Snle-uoom, ijtieen St.,
On MONDAY, April SRtli,
AT I'i O'CLOCK XOO.V.
That Certain Parcel of Land,
Situ.ilei! on N'iil:inu avenue anil adjoin
ing the Hngle Hon-e piopPlt.v, There
On the Lot, ( onlaitiliig II ltooui., uUo,
Oiil-limiM., btnblos, Kte.
RT" Tim piciiii-c-. have a frontage of
IS feel on Xuiiami tiect ami aic 1 111 feet
deepu TliU Is a dr-liable oppoitiiuily
to obTnln a good ieblenei:.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
52.1 lit cod Auctioneer.
On MONDAY, April 28lit
AT IS O'CLOCK XOO.V.
Al my Saleroom, Qupen Micel. I will
mII at I'ublie Auction,
1 -Tlio-e V.ilualile l'lendr- sliu.tled
on the eotiiei-of Xuiiami -tieel and
KuUiii L-iue, and Known a the
" Keegan Property."
The Lot hit- a fi outage of about :tl feel
on Xliuauu !-lieel and i- K'.l feet deep.
Theie I- u
JJ-Slory Woodtiii Building,
On the piemlscs which can lie ueil as
a-toicund a lodiu hou-e. Tlieiei
also a I'-Kooui Ciittau on nne Int.
2 The I'lenil-tK tidjoliiiui; Lot Xo. 1.
and having a fionlne"of Il.'i feel on
Xiiiiinu -tieel nud a depth of i:t;t
leet, vvitli a
4-Roora Cottage &Out-hoiiBCs
BQf'l'hi- Mile offers an unusual oppni
lllllily t(i Inve-t in fjood pavlim plo
pcily, 'iliialed on the innln'-tieet of
$QnVn fin iherpartieir.ir-apply to
J AS. r. aiOltGAN,
rii:t Ql-oid Aiielloucpr.
TO SPORTSMEN !
L of .lime Unci's: 1
(bay Cob, it yearn did,
liy Gov. Slmiiril, iliuii
Idle Gbl. and ihnCray
Fillv. !t ear? old. In Uov Stanfnr.l, dam
Pahiiniuia. Scaled Iild-i lor liotli l.oifcs
will ho icreived an) time ibil In); llirc.t
two cek. Apply to
Jar. CI AY,
r. S. Either of thei-u rolts will hold
a mortgage on any iaco fo- lliuvallan
tireda In which they may btart Itoth in
fine order Ti3l 2
Gustav A, Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : King Street.
At W. WiiBht.Vb'oirs.
Iliiving iccoivid a full nsniluie.tit of
'uriiiiueTrlnimbij' MateijiN fiom the
Kust. I am nniaiiroii lo uMvute all onleii
with iienlnchs and despatdi nlciy tea.
Bonauie i U'S.
Of Sin FrnneUco.
Practical Pinno, Pipe & Reed Orgau
Tuner & Repairer.
llavlns woilicd in Mime o iho Imt'eM
pluiio and oijiuii 'acloiics in Iho Uliiied
dtaii-4 of Ameilcu, I am fn'ly aide and
preraied to do all kinds of icpair welk
in tint most Hiilfifneiory manner.
CrOi(h'ia can ho left at II. P.
Wlchrrun'a Jcuolry Store, Foil meet,
at tho Ail vei User olliee, or throiiRh
.Mutual Telejilioue No. KI7. fOM lm
nPHE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL M coliiiniiH, purely I(k:hI mutter
Mailed to roreign countries. ,i per
Is isstiine; a new form of insurance which providcB, in tin! event of death, for
(litiotl (0 the atllOlint Of tllC tlolieV. Or. SllOUlll tllC iltStirCtI Survive n civon
return nil the preniitimn paid with'lnteiest ; or, instead ot luVeptbiL' the policy and profits in cash the lejral holder
may, Wri'IlOUT MKDICAL KX AMINATION and WlTll'OVT FIJIiTIIKK I'AYMKNT OF I'ltK.MIUSIS, take in
lieu thrtcof the ainoiint. of policy and ptofits in Fl'LLY l'AIf) I'P iusiiriince, pai(ieipatiii; annually iu dividend1;.
Remember, this contract Is Ustieil
est Financial Institution in the Wot hi,
Iti For full particulars call on ot
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Family It read,
aifl Sail Bread,
glZT And will bo DF.L1VKUKD FRKK of CHAIKIK to any pnit of the city. $
HILL, ol FVI?K:
r.ill'.e, Tea. Chocolate ft Milk,
Soti?eil I'i'.M Feel, Cold Ham,
Hpieed Tongue, .Sjiieed Ilpef, Hnlmty, Hie,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA .. AMERICAN CIGARS !
Pipe it Oiiirellc Tl:ico, Pipes, Oigai & Cignvetlo Ifolders, Cold Drinks, Etc.
BJ& Open from .1:.'10 a. m. until tt:!!0 v. m. Saltnday night, open all night. Hell Tulephono 282.
Mutual Telephone 2-11. 1'ost Office Box 178. .87 lim
oh Be a b a v u a a
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAKSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginier Me, Hop Me, Grenadine, Basjlerryaie, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Waters. EIc.
Soy- All fominiinicntlons nml orders should be addressed lo
Gale Cily Stone Filler !
Tln"o l-'llteis sue e.uilv clennceil,
and NEVKB become CicACKKI) or
CltAKK!) by ehaiiKo of l"iiiperaluie of
STONE, mined Iroin theeattli It Is
iiullko anv other '.tone.
Id Dm8 Not Absorb mid
liccouui Foul !
I.MI'l'ItlTIKS inner I'KN'ETUATE
it, hut lie on the Miifiuv, nnd Inteinnlly
tho ".tone lemaiici . pine and while
after ,e.u.s of n-e ii wlieii tiiKen fioin
The (Julo fity Stone filter U a per
fect 'ueee-t.. liUilm only real Itllcr 1
have ever (seen. I would not he without
ope foi any conshleiatlon. It conveiti.
oir lake water Iplo the best drinking
water iu the oid.
lll'.MIV M. 1.1 MAS, M. I).,
,":t:i Vet Adams St , Chicago.
t3T For Salu liy
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Oppnlto Spitckels it Co.'s Dank,
I 'I'M I Foil Hired, Ilonoliiln.
"IVJO. 'I Kini; RtMiV, neu Ihn Itrldjre
, Ll Open day and nl(;lit. Mtnla nt nil
noura. (uiicik uu lainortnn nioutice
iwulved. K. T. (1IL.Y,
.ril!i '.'ni I'loprlelor.
17I10M tho Const a choice lot of
' dual. Clgiieltcs nnd Tnbaccou,
which will ho fold at verv low prices.
'100 lm No. &7 King street.
OF NEW YORK
by the oldest Life Insurance Company
Its assets exceeding One Hundred anil
IV U UAN CT SSI? XtTU ErX
ALWAYS OX IIAXI) AND TO OltOKK
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Roils,
Jumbles, Ginger Snaps,
A I.AIKIK AfihO'Kl'Mr.N'l' 01'
ac ibp'i ji .
MAN I JFAUYVREmr OF
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
: CREAM rand-:
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
We invito tho Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
Ffciiicy Bibbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
TIIK J-1NKST STOCK' OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
gjar ouit stock cant he beat, qt
Chas. J. FISHEL'6,
Leading Millinery House, Comer Foft &, Hotel sts.
n & lil
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
Ivld (ilovcH Ceo m li lo UO IIuttotlK.
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises.
CORNER IIOTEIi & FORT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKLNO STOCK I HAVE REDUCED MANY LINES OV
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE, FOLLOWING OOODS
124 pair of Undressed Kid &loyes !
0 and 8 Muttons in peifcct ouler al 1 a pair Client llaie,aiin..
All my nit ESS OINOIIAMS ahoiit MO pieeCH to pclect fiom aio olTcifil at
Cof-t 1'iiee. A unall lino (if
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
REAP TMS A lnipp assoilHipul of REAP TUIfJ
WHITE IIII3S GOODS,
Such as riqucH, Enihroidcred Hwisse?, India Linen, l'luin Swiss N.iiiifoofc mil
many oilier lines of White (loodn. 1 will ,cll at mch a
pilco that eveiyhody will Imy them.
g0 Hemeinlier, Fehiuary l.r)th will clono HiIh Sale, g
a return of till premiums paid in n
number nf vmna . Ihn r'nnmnnv u
in the Tnllcd States, and the Lat
Thirty-Six Millions nf Dollars.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Coffee Cite, Etc., Etc.
mwmwww"" ' T'WT.IM
Bk Mt KJCfe sm
Corner Uolol &gFort Stivnt