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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., AMuX 1&, I8fl0.
Pltilftil to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all,
TUESDAY, APRIL Ifi, 1800.
The letter signed "Justice" can
not be published till the writer's real
name is furnished to the editor in
There are three newspaper libel
eases on the Supreme Court calendar
this term. They all arose in the
Although, judging from reports
that conic to hand from time to
time, our road board system cannot
be ptonounced an unqualified suc
cess, it has never been shown that
the system, or some modification
thereof, cannot be made to woik
satisfactorily. The experience of
the past two years lias probably re
vealed defects to intelligent observ
ers, which the coming session of the
Legislature should give attention to,
with the view of amending. The
policy of placing roads and road
moneys under local control has been
tried in many countries, and after
long trial declared sound and satis
factory. There is no apparent rea
son for disbelieving that the same
result may lie achieved in this kingdom.
three he should resign: this, on
British precedent. Hut, while Brit
ish parliamentary politics are gov
erned by precedent, ours, in similar
conditions, arc governed by Consti
tutional provisions. In England
the Prime Minister is the Cabinet,
so far as practical results go. If
another member is "not in accord"
the Prime Minister may demand h'i3
resignation, or the Queen may exer
cise her prerogative and dismiss
him, or, she may dismiss the Prime
Minister himself, or the entire Cabi
net. The Prime Minister advises
the Queen. Here we have no Prime
Minister. There, everything is gov
erned by precedent: here, by writ
ten law, either constitutional or
statutory. Here, no statutory pro
vision can annul the meaning or in
tent of the plain words of the Con
stitution (See Art. 10); there, par
liamentary law is, practically, the
But really the Colonelcy business
Is only a handle sought to establish
the precedent here, that' three men
are "the Cabinet," in order thai
NOW IS THE TIME.
The Advertiser is making a model
of .Joseph Cook's sermons. Its edit
orials each day consist of a prelude
and a harangue. In this morning's
prelude two very consistent pas
sages occur: "Let us have these de
tails right away. There is no time
like the present." The words just
quoted are addressed to the Attorney-General.
Then, speaking for
itself, the Adveitiser says, "In due
course we propose to publish the
'facts' concerning this subject."
"In due course" should have been
to-day, if, as you tell the Attorney
General, "tlicic is no time like the
present." Come, now, "let us
have these details right away." Do
not wait to have more falsehoods
conjured up about that treaty, as
when the Ministry denied all com
plicity with the protectorate pro
positi, on the draft being first
THE CABINET DIFFICULTY.
KtuTon 15i'i.i.i:tin :
It would be undignified in me to
further reply to the attack made
upon my ollicial action by the Ad
vertiser, ina sci ies of editorials,
continued from day to day. That
journal having suggested my im
peachment by the Legislature, for
the olfense ot differing in opinion
from its political friends, who con
stitute a majority of the Cabinet,
and the Legislature being the only
competent tiibunal for the settle
ment of the existing diffeiencc, let
me express my hope that the afore
said majority will join me in advis
ing the King to convene the Legis
lature at the eat Most practicable
dale. My entire information on
treaty matters will then be at the
disposal of that body.
Ci.Aur.xcT. V. Ammokh.
April l.'i, J8!)0.
THE THREE-LEGGED CABINET,
AND THE COLONELCY.
Knrrou Hui.i.um :
At tide 40 of the Constitution
says: "The Cabiuet shall consist of
the Minister of Foreign Affairs, the
Minister of Interior, the Minister
of Finance, anTTthe Attorney-General."
The Supreme Court have
nevertheless said that lliiee members
compose the Cabinet. They ariive
at this conclusion a conclusion op
posed to the only plain meaning
of the words of the Consti
tution by citing (1) the wording
of several statutes where "the Cabi
net," "the entire. Cabinet," "all the
members of the Cabinet," are used
in reference to certain duties; (:.')
by drawing from Kngli.sh precedent.
Hut they entirely ignore the an
tithesis implied by these facts. In
tile Hawaiian Military Act, wherever
it is provided that the Colonel elect
may be disapproved, it can lie done
by a "majority of the Cabinet;"
bill where any appointment is men
tioned, it must icceive the approval
ol "the Cabinet." Each of these
contingencies is more than once re
ferred to in the Act and each al
ways in the same terms rejection,
by the "majority of the Cabinet,"
new appointment, by "the Cabinet."
To the learned judicial mind, it may
be quite clear why the stupid Legis
latuie, composed in great putt of
lawyers, should so radically distin
guish the duties of "the Cabinet,"
and a "majority of the Cabinet,"
and yet mean the same thing by
both: especially in faco of Article
Further, the Court pay if one
member fails lo
tliev may then enforce the signin
of ' the 'objectionable tieaty by tl
King. If the King were once throt
tled by a "three-legged" Cabinet,
the majority could ciitoice anything
and everything to their pleasure,
befoic the meeting of the Legisla
ture, and have themselves immov
ably planted in the interest of a few
wealth acquirers, on the very ground
they fought out disastrously to them
selves on the Stli of February. Does
llritish precedent show us a Cabinet
or a Prime Minister cndeavoiing to
force upon the Sovereign an objec
tionable measure against which the
people have already passed their
vote, and on the very eve of the
meeting of a hostile (or any) Pailia
ment. The learned Judges are very
snaring of their "British prece
dents'' simply because they cannot
be found to lit their view ot tins
case; while the only one they do
refer to is here merged in first a
constitutional, and next a statutory
provision ; so that no British prece
dent can bo invoked to defend the
illogical conclusion that where the
same statute limits certain powers
to "the Cabinet," and certain others
to a "majority of the Cabinet," these
two expressions mean one and tiie
same tiling. Loon .
Kditou Itn.iXTix :
As the time for the meeting of
the Legislature is drawing near, we
wish to suggest to the elected mem
bers lo consider and investigate the
workiug of the road laws as passed
by the piesenl Government in 1887.
If we could believe the Advertiser
and the election stumpers of the
Reform paity, it would seem that
never has the country seen such
good roads, and that the road boards
are just the thing. If we listen on
the other side to the taxpayers living
outside Honolulu, we hear a difi'ercnt
story. 'We learn that most of the
boards only watch the interests of
the members, who mostly are plan
tation managers, improve the roads
over which tiie plantation tails
travel, and neglect the other roads
in a shameful manner. We find thai
the salaries paid for overseers, etc.,
far exceed anything ever paid under
the Gibson regime, and in several
places we hear about internal quar
rels and disagreements in the boards.
It is to be hoped that the coming
Legislature will go back to the
former system and have one road
suponiso'r in chief for each island,
and let hii.i control and lay out the
work to he done, and he-ides he the
treasurer of the money to be ex
pended on loads. If the roads un
der the foimer Government were in
a bad condition, the fault was lo be
found in Honolulu, where the road
moneys weie illegally spent, and not
in the system of managing the load
depaitment, which was very com
plete and worked well.
The way the road boards carry on
without the slightest regard to the
law of 1887 is worthy of comment.
Section .1 of the said law prescribes
that the meetings of the board shall
take place in the courthouse of the
district and be public, and that at
these meetings "locality and me
thod of labor and ajnounts of money
to be expended snail be decided
upon, and suggestions in regard to
work to be done shall lie received
from any taxpayer resident of the
district.' We have yet to leirn in
what district on the island of Maui
this section lias been complied with.
The Road Hoard in Makawao con
sists only of two members, who, it is
understood, are in a permanent Rl:ilu
of disagreement, but still no thiid
party is appointed to complete the
board. In Wailuku heavy expenses
are being incurred without thu pub
lic being given a chance to investi
gate if these expenses aro inclined
judiciously, or eventually make sug
gestions, which might prove a bene
fit. The board in Wailuku, by the
way, consists of tluee members, of
which the two dining all business
hours are strictly confined to their
olllces, while the thiid, who receives
a salary from the Government of
83000 a year, should, to judge from
the size of the salary, have enough
to do lo earn it without being hot ti
ered by road work and everything
pertaining thereto. Ton many 'bosses
never work well. Let us have one
head for thu island and let him ap
point ulllcient men to bo road super
visors in the different districts, and
we are sure that the woik will lie
more substantial, cheaper, and less
dillelante than it is now. May the
assembled wisdom to come hear our
pi oyer, 'J'Axi'Avr.iis.
Maui, April J).
Km urn Hn.i.r.TiN :
There must have been some forci
ble and truthful home thrusts, in
"Stray Notes" by "Anlisliamus,"
to have brought forth such weeping
and wailing and gnashing of teeth,
as appears to be running through
the epistle of "Aiili-Aiitishamus,"
In the Gazette of Apill I. Wo know
that the truth, conrclly and well
told, oftentimes cnt3 deeper than a
falsehood ; which probably accounts
tor the whine spiced with llallery
in parts of "Auti's" epistle. He
says, "The loafer agrees with you
entirely." Loafer, is It? Hold
there, my line fellow, me loaier, as
you call him, gave your clique such
a set back on the oth Feb. last that,
politically, you will never recover
from it again. You found the loafer
unpleasantly plentiful on that day,
did you not? The only truth that I
can find in his article is where he
says, "In this country, the question
of'thc missionary in politics is a dead
issue," etc., which is true, but be
ing the third time of his political
death. The first occurred on the
death of Kauikeaouli. The .second
on the death of Lunalilo. The third
on the death of justice and princi
ple; caused by a complication of
iliseasc, one among nip niimner
being disfranchisement. There is
not the least doubt in my mind, that
this wll bp thp last political death
of the missionary; therefore the
public should be 'merciful api) let
him down easy. Hut if he expects
to have mercy shown him, he must
box up those political blood and
thunder sermons, also those politi
cal twisters that loo often appear in
the columns of the Friend, for they
only Irritate and create bad blood.
My opinion Is that a political
preacher or church member Is a
inichlef-nial;er, and a bad animal
to have in any community. The
moment a preacher commences to
preach politics from the pulpit,
or outside of Hie pulpit, he
immediately loses confidence and re
spect from the outsido world, and
oltentimes from the inside. Politics
and religion mixed together will
cause friction and no amount of
oil will stop it. As for the Adver
tiser and Gazette, their operators
are supposed to have gone crazy
upon loo much Bush politics, and
commercial treaties, therefore hardly
responsible for their acls. Mr.
Bush should call a halt and let up
on the Rev. Mr. Parker, for rest
assured if all missionaries were of
his stamp there would be no trouble
in tliis little country as far as the
missionary is concerned. Another
thing, the natives have no better
friend in Hawaii than the Rev.
Henry Parker. Snii'i.i: Simon.
Auctions Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On FiilDAY, April IKtfi,
AT IO O'CLOCK A.M.,
At Die residence of II. V. UIiAIHi. Ktij.,
.luilil ctrcct, I will s.-ll at
Public Auction, the
Household -:- Furniture
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANC
Oir NEW YORK
Large Dit'Sibig Mirror,
Lunsc IJ W. Center Talile,
1 Cottage Piano !
(Udwnrd Seller Maker),
Wnlntit MuMo Stand,
Uliiek Walnut Desk,
DRAWING ROOM PORTIERES,
Oli.iMlcllets & Hanging Lamps,
Iv W. Marble top Bedroom Set,
Oal.&niacl; Walnut Cillw,
Large Oak Sideboard !
Oak Etlcnslim Dining Table,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Kitchen Utensil?, Meat Safes.
I Covered Brake,
Seto Sluplu llnrii"-i,
KlduU iridic, Mixlein Sadri'o,
1 Nal Ivis Hnilillu IIoi'hc.
Is issuing n now form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return all tlio premiums paid with interest ; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the leuaf holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OK PREMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof the amolint of policy and profits in FULLY PAll) UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract Is issued by the oldest Lilc Insurance Company in the United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, lis assets exceeding One Hundred anil Thirty-Six Millions of Uollais.
te& For full particulate call on or addiess
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO ORDER
Fresh Cakes Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
t"??"l'rcmlsM will lie open for Ituqicc
lion on Tliurriay, April 17th, fiom 0 :o U
J AS. F. MORGAN,
Family Hi end,
still Saloon Bread, Juails, fiiigtr Snaps, Gofee Gales, Etc., Etc.
g&- And will be DELIVERED FREEtf CHANGE to any pait of the city.
kiiix, oi; jtfAitrc:
SoiiM'd Tig's Feet, Cold Hunt,
CiiU'cc, Tea, Chocolate .V
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Beef, Salads,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA ' AMERICAN CIGARS
a i.ahcii: assoutMunt ok
Pipe & Cigarette Tobacco, Pipes, Cigar '& Cigarette Holder?, Cold DrinUf,
S'Jtimhiy night, open all night. Hell
gjET Open from SiIlO a.
Mutual Telephone 211. Post
m. until fl:!10 i
Ollice Box 178.
AT A UOTION.
TO-MOllIlOW, April Killi,
AT I tf O'CLOCK xoox.
1 ill sell at Public Auction nt my Sale
looms, coiner of Pint iui.1
3D SacMl POTATOES.
JjEWIS J. LEVEY,
A DIVIDEND of Three (Stl) Dollars
per 'bale will bo paid to thu siocU-holilcr-
of the Inti-r-Hanil Steam Navi
gation Co. at tht'lr ollice ouTIH'ltS
DVY. Apilll7, lhf)0.
.Ias. L. MrLKAN,
Honolulu. Apill lu, 18!ll). ':7 .11
MM. Lawrence II. Doc has till- day
been admitted a a paituvr In the
Honolulu, Match 1, IS'.HI. .VJl):it
Ouardian's Sale !
In pui'tnancc of an oiilcr made by the
lion. K. F. Hickeitou, one of the . Jus
tices of the Supreme (Joint, dated . lau
naiv 1(1, IStitl, the iiiiilcr-lguod will sell
at Public Auction.
On WEDNESDAY, Apr. 1 (5,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
At tiie Saleroom'! of .1. F. MORC5AN,
in Honolulu, allot the light, title and
Intt ret of Wilhehii A. Tilnger, William
I. i'lhtger, Anna V. I'llugir. Molllii II.
I'lhitfi-rand Ileini.nn V. Tiluger. mi
nors, in and to all of thai
PARCEL of LAND WITH THE
Situated on Alakca treit, hi Honolulu,
adjoining the Hawaiian Hotel piemM-,
being the -auiu hind ilccrlbcU in deed
from .1. ( Tlhigcr lo Malulko et aR,
dated MavJl, 1S7:!, of lecoid in Llhcr
III, Folio' 110.
tSf Tcrin- CVh. DeeiK at expense
.1. F. HACKFEL1),
Ouaiillaii of minor ehl dreii of .1. ('.
Tllugor, deceased. ."21 il
Jly onler of film. I.l'CAS. F.sQ., Ad
nilii'lliator of the Estate of .Mallard
ICeefinn, deceased, I will Fell at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom, (Jiicen St..
On MONDAY, April 2Stlt,
AT lri O'CLOCK XOOX.
That Certain Parcel of Land,
Situated on Nuiiaiiii avemicaud adjoin
ing the Eajjle llou-e propcily. Thein
On the Lot, containing (i l!ooin, also,
Uut-hnusis, Stables, Ktc.
jy The premises have a froutajje of
IS feet on Nimanii street and aie 1 Hi feel
deep. This Is a lU'sbable oppoitnnlly
lo obtain a good residence.
TAHIT! LEMONADE WORKS COMPM.
I. T. BAILEY.
TAHITI : LEM
I MM RRFAM -mifl- PI ABU
iiiiitiwiui Bivfl uiimi wwii
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPAKILLA & IRON WATER,
Giier Ms, Hod Wb, Grmaflii, Bmhrpii, Sarsajarllla, Mineral ffalars, Etc.
sdr All communications ami orders eliouUl bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Cute City Stone Filter !
MItS. OSUOKNK Is now prepared to
give lir-tiuciinns in I'aneyWoiU
at "The Arlington," Kooin u. Cla-r.
Lesions: Mondays, Wednesdays ami
Kiidays. Trlvatii' lemons by special
airaii;euicut. Stamping and oiilei-i
piomptly attended to. feb'.M-ly
It. S. K. PIKItOK will act for me
under fnll power of attouiev, ami
nllenil lo all busiiieis entrusted to the
Hawaiian lineinefs Agency dining my
absence from this K'iiiL'dom
LOUIS T VALKNTINE.
Honolulu, April 10, mm ,12r, lv
J AS. F. MORGAN,
.12:t !)t o.-il , AuclinuciT.
A LL persons
are hereby untitled that
ner the 'lands of Ka-
liauiM, iMoanahm, Halawa, Alea and
Knlauan U strictly prohibited, and any
one violating this notice will he pio-c-cnted
lo (he full extent of ihe law :
.1. M. liOWSKTT.
II. M. vhitni:y,.ji:.,
i:. i.si'Ai Dixo.
A.. I. OAlTVKl(!HT..Ill..
A I.o-sces of Shooting Itight.
"Vf OTICH Is heiehy given to depositor?
i. In the Sa lug Hani; Dep.iitnieut
of Clans Sprcckcls it Co. that, from and
after Ihe 1st day of Apill, ISJIO, Ihe In
tel est allowed on deposits will ho ic
diici'd to four (I) per cent per aiimuii.
Drposltois will lie allowed to withdraw
their deposits up to that date without
giving llm usual notice, hut, if allowed
lo remain after Apill 1st, said deposits
u 111 be eoiibitleicd as Mibjeet to the i ides
ami icgiihitlons published in Ihe Pass
OLAU.S Sl'ItKCKKLS & CO.
On MONDAY, April SSlli,
AT l O'OI.OVK OOX.
At my Salesroom, (jiieen stiect, I will
.sell at Public Auction,
1 -Tho'ii Valuable Premise .shunted
on ihe corner of Nimanii nticcl and
KiiKul Lane, ami known in- the
(JOIiElt HOTEL & EOltT STREETS.
New Goods. New Goods.
Theso l'llters are c.isllv cleansed,
and NKVKK l)ecoiie CKAOKKI) or
OKAZKJ) liy cliauge of l"inperatiie ot
The Filtering Medium is a tf ATUK A L
STOXK, mined from thecal ti It is
unlike anv other stone.
It. Docs Not Absorb and
Decomo Foul !
IMI'UrUTlKS never PEXF.TJtATB
it, but lie on the sniiiuv. and internally
thu .stone i cumins as pine and white
after, veins of u-e as when t.iken finin
The Lot has a fronlago of alioutill feet
on Xumuiii slieet and is 1111 feeldiep.
There is a
U-Slory AVooden Iluilding,
On ihe premises which can be u-ed as
asloieaud a lodging house. There is
al-o a L'-ltoom Cottage on same lor.
2 The Premises adjoining Lot Xo. 1.
and having a frontage of ;I5 feet on
Xiiiiaiiu stieet and a depth of l!S:i
feet, with a
4-Rootn Cottage & Out-houses
BayThls ale offers an umisnal oppor
tunity to invest in good palng pro
perly, situated on the main Ml eel of
The Onto City Stono Filler Is a per
fect Micecss. It Is Ihu only real tiller 1
have ever seen. I would not bu without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water Into thu best drinking
water In the world.
Hknuv M. Lyman, M. !.,
r:ia West Adams f-'i , Chicago.
iQ For further partlcular.s apply lo
TAS. F. MORGAN,
Ji2!) Di-oad Auctioneer.
(ST For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opposlio Sprcnltels &, Co.V Pail;,
PHI it Fort street, Honolulu.
f.o. 79 & 81 : : King Slreei.
At W. Wright & So fi.
Having rocolvid a full usorlnicnl of
Oiiningo Trimming Matcilals fiom the
Kas1 , 1 am prepared to executo all onkra
with "(atticss and despatch at very rca.
tor.i bin rates.
Fuli Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste !
Fuli Lines of Persian Mulls !
ALL AT 2.-) CENTS PKK YARD-
Mill' lissC t HIM UDSII MDERWEU
-AT VERY LOW 1MUCES-
Corn or Hotel & Fort Street ft.
Wc invito tlio LadicH of Honolulu lo call and inspect our
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
FOE EASTER !
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
; THE FINEST STOCK OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
tfr OUR STOCK CAN'T HE BEAT, j&f
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
w Leading Millinery House, Comer Fort & Hotel sts.
HAVEVUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Good?
Kill CilOVCH ll'Oin (I t( MO IIlltlOIlH.
Hosiery, Sal Jnes,x Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dross Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
I Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Yalises,