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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II, U AITvIL f),.i000.
PUdftd lo neither Sect nor Party,
But rttablitheil for the bene fit of nil.
.SATURDAY, APRIL ll, 1890.
In the comparatively short time
of the three years lat past thU
country has had quite a big experi
ence, from which it has undoubtedly
learnt lessons of value for the pre
sent and that will he useful in the
future. A bloodless revolution oc
curred in June, 1S87, which pro
duced a new Constitution, and a
Homewhat altered form of govern
ment. It was pretty generally ad
mitted before that event that public
affairs were shaping a course that
needed changing to escape wieck
niul ruin. Thu now Constitution
placed in the hands of the Cabinet
Ministers and the Legislature much
of the power which was previously
vested in the Sovereign. Thus a
grand opportunity was afforded for
the remodeling of government in its
various departments on lines best
adapted to the conditions and re
quirements of the country. What
use has been made of the opportun
ity is a matter we are not now dis
cussing. In .Inly ot 188!) another
revolution, or movement, in opposi
tion to constituted authority, oc
curred, which was not bloodies,
and produced no benefit. It was
not the outcome of any general im
pression that the condition of affairs
demanded a transformation. Its im
mediate results were simply blood
shed, death, and suffering. The
first event, although fortunately
terminating without sacrifice of life,
and effecting some good, created at
the same a distrustful state of feel
ing extremely undeirahle and slow
to disappear. The second event re
vealed to naked gaze the misery of
bloodshed, anil left behind a horror
of powder and ball. The one con
viction which seems most generally
impressed on the public mind, in
cluding all classes and races, by
these event, is that the country has
had enough of this kind of thing,
and should confine itself strictly to
the mean provided by law in the
regulation of public affairs. It is
well that this lesson has been ac
quired by the experience ot the past.
The people of all shades of political
opinion arc bent upon peace and
oidcr. and are prepared to unite for
their maintenance against any dis
caught a 'view from the outside
through the spout wondered how so
tnlld a breeze could produce so
much terror. The Crown Ministers
got at loggerheads, and that made
the storm. Nobody seems to have
got hurt, however, and the teapot is
still intact. Humor says that the
four gentlemen have agreed to let
the Legislature settle their differ
ence, and if that be the agreement
I validate the document by my
Profane and vulgar language is
so much a habit with some men that
they use it. unconsciously ; others
purposely indulge in it to cause an
noyance to those to whom lliey
know or believe it to be offensive;
and another class of persons follow
the practice because they think it
gives force to their utterances and
is manly. Willi the three clashes
aggregated there is enough foul
language let looe daily in the com
munity to vitiate the atmosphere for
a month. Tram cars, railway cars,
and other places of mixed associa
tions, where women and children are
pre-ent, arc too often the chosen
theatres for the display of the vul
gar, ungentlcmanly habit. It is a
shame that low-bred creatures who
venture within I he presence of de
cency will not, fm the time being at
least, conlwriii to the habits of de
Truth, absolute and certain truth,
even in the common everyday occur
rences and matters of life, is hard
to attain. The honest and earnest
searcher after truth confronts dilli
eultie at evei'y step, and when he
has found it he cannot always be
ure of that fact. Neveitheless
Anlishauius claim-. In be a humble
seeker of 1 lie precious ailicle, and
believes that he usually gets pretty
close to the maik. Hut it is a fact
that nothing is more distasteful or
offensive to people in general than
the truth, when it is against their
wishes, their interests, or their
characters. Men lie by word and
by deed to promote their aims and
ambitions, anil become enraged with
the truth when it confronts and ex
poses to view their falsity. Flatter
ers, whether speakers or writers,
who substitute falsi; compliments
for truth, arc always welcomed as
good friends; whilst those who
present the naked truth, unclothed
with the lags of imagination or un
sweetened by fiction, ate rejected
as designing enemies. This proba
bly is the correct explanation why
some parties object to the unpreten
tious scribblings of the Arab.
occupy without the payment of ruin
ous rents. Too much of this coun
try is in too few hands, and the
privileged few who shut out the
poor man from the means of an
easy living should be compelled to
pay for their piivilegc. Like the
impecunious widow we read about,
who put two cents in the contribu
tion box, while others threw in hun
dreds ot dollars, but who gave the
most of any, because her donation
was her all and the gifts of the others
were only insignificant propoitions
of their possessions : so many a poor
fellow who pays only five dollars of
taxes contributes proportionately
more to the treasury than many a
rich land owner, planter, or capi
talist who pays his thousands.
W. G. FISCHER'S
Minolta G laud Active &. Golden
Broiler and Hot Water Attachments
IT IS THE SCALE BUG.
Mr. T. .!. King has given the. llci.
l.r.iiN a microscopic exhibition of
Hie "tree blight" lately repoi led.
lie is positive that it is no oilier
than the pestiferous "scale bug" so
well and unfavorably known in Ca
lifornia. Much scale or sac contains
thousands of the animal, and every
little speck on it is either an egg or
a young bug. There is a parasite
ill ' Australia which is fatal to the
bug, and, it is said, has been em
ployed with success against it in
California. As the scale is ex
tremely prolific its piesencc here is
a menace to our agricultural in
terests. Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
I'.v nitler of fir.ti. l.l'OA. K-Q.. Ail-iniii'l-traltir
tif Hie Et:ile of .Ybiigaiet
Ki-ejnill, ileccsiM'il. I will sell ill Public
Auction, at mv Nile-mom, ijuecn N..
On 3IONI)AV, April 52Slh.
AT lit OVMM'K MIO.V.
That Certain Parcel of Land,
Situated on Xuiiauu afim:mil adjoin
ing the I'.igle llou-e prupcit.t. There
On the Lot, o n t : 1 1 1 1 II t li li linom, nlo,
Oiit-hoiisus, .stable, Ete.
tgy The promises have a frontage of
IS Irt'l on Niiuami .ieut. anil ale 1 Hi feet
deep. Tlil 1 a ih'irable iippoi (unity
to obtain a iruciil resilience.
Fni i i nir r iw. -
58 6?7!!ISS,IJ1'JI " "um enwaiticw)MMwaiPMt
MUTUAL LIFE INS
OX? IVEW YORK
is issuing a iiew form of Insurance 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 the Insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with inleiest; or, Instead of accepting the policy and profits In cash the leual holder
may, WITHOUT MKMCVVL EXAMINATION and WITIIOOT l-TETHER PAYMENT OK I'HK.MIl'AI.S, take in
lieu thereof (lie amount of policy and profits in FULLY l'AIU IJ I insurance, participating annually in dividend.
Ueineniber, this contract is issued by the oldest Llle Insurance Company in the United States:mil Hie Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Woild, its assets exceeding One Hundred ami Thirty-Six Millions of Dollats.
UaT For full particulate call on or address
S. 3LS. HOW1C,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
C'oisimiingnne.Uilril I.KS3 FUEL than
any other stove in existence,
either wo.xlor rami.
No Brick Work About II!
Just a Clean Cut Slovct
AKERV and COFFEE SALMON.
rv uuaiv o si; i iset.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OHDKIt -
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
Milk Hi. 'ail,
ltve Hi cad,
Some people learn only what they
arc taught, and no more. In all
classes and profession, and in all
the walks of life men of this stamp
are tound. What they hear from
others niul see in print ami around
them they may receive and record
on the tablet of memory, but for
themselves, by the exercise of re
flection and reason, they learn
nothing. Nature has withheld
from them these faculties, and
Ihcrefote the. fault is not theirs.
Such men arc apt to hold
tenaciously what they weic taught
in youth, however erroneous,
and in the current rptcstions of the
day offer as their own conviction
the opinion expressed by the last
person conversed with. Every day
we meet such men, and but little
penetration is needed to perceive
J AS. 1 AIOItfJAN,
Mil HI end Auctioneer.
'I his (Irate I ol a It iiuturiiliu form,
having thiee siirfn. in which atiMeverti
iile, w Ih it n separate lopsuifiieecin he
ueil on alternate dais; or II the one sur
fiice in coiithi! of ii"'o thowi any weai
then the other can he tinned up, anil so
on the other, making il (qual In tbtiii
hili'y to iliu-t! ili-tincl Orates.
koi! sm.i: nv tiii:
Hawaiian Hariware Co.,
Foil Street, Honolulu,
.VI i if Opnnsiie Sprei kes' Hani;
TAI WO CHAN,
Manulactuicr of bailies'
French Kid & Calf Skin Shoes
maim: io ononis.
IVirueil ill' Neweil; iiInii. NllildloN.
!)3N intuitu St., : : : V. ). Hex S!0
ii:il Saloon Bread, Mis, dinger Snaps, Coffee Cakes, Etc., Etc.
gltr And will be DELIVEHEi) EHEE of OIIAHCE lo any pail of the city. &S
Jirrr., or faiiio:
Ci.llec, Tea. Chocolate A Milk,
Soused Pin's Keel, Cold llnm,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA
i-ipiccu longim, ispicetl Heel, al.uls,
A I.AIIOi: ARROKTMUNT OP
Pipo & Cift'tm'ito Tobacco, Pipes, Cignr& Cigavello Holders, Cold Prinks, K(.
Satuitlay night, open all night. Dell
MSF" Open fiom 15
Mutual Telephone 211.
:!() A. m. until JhHO i t.
Post Ollice JJox 17S.
It is gratifying lo see Hint the
gentlemen i ('presented by the Ad
vertiser have at last acquired a pro
per respect for the Supreme Court.
When the decision of the Court was
given on Hie veto question thoso
gentlemen went for the judges with
bare knuckles, and one of lliem had
the audacity lo intimate in print that
they should bo superseded by "re
volutionary judges. " Recently, an
other of the .same combination in
terviewed himself, and in the col
umns of tlic Adveitiser used the
most disrespectful language towards
thu bench. A sudden conversion
has taken place, and "all things
have become new." llettcr Into
than not at all. "
Adding three, and two, and five
together we llnd a total of ten. Ily
a similar process of menial calcula
tion in the Ministerial treaty propo
sals we discover a final result as
certain as the sum of the arithme
tical addition, and that result i ex
pressed in the words "forfeiture of
independence." Why Hie Ministers
nre so anxious to effect this end by
a work of supererogation they have
not had the candor to publicly state;
but every intelligent man naturally
suspects that there must be sonic
strong secret motive in operation. I
call the Ministerial action a work of
supcierogation, and il clearly is so.
The Ministers are the executive of
the Legislature, and the Legislature
represents the people. When the
Ministers attempt more Imin the
people, llnoiigh their representa
tives, direct, they enter upon a task
of supererogation. The people have
given no inliniat'on that they want
this treaty. Circumstances may
aiise, and sometimes do arise
when Ministerial works of super
erogation may be evidently de
manded by the public welfare, and
in such cases public sentiment com
mends Ministerial action. Hut the
treaty proposals are not justilied by
such circumstances. I suspect there
is something queer in the concealed
reasons of this treaty move.
On MONDAY, April JiSlli,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
At uiv Salesroom, tjiiecu -lieut. I will
ell sit Public Auctioiij
1 -Thn-i! Valuable IVeini.-!- situated
on die eonieV of Nlllianll Ml eel ami
Kiikui Lane, ami Known a- Hie
The Lot has a frontage of nbniit ill feel
on Xuiiauu Mieel ami U llll fietileep.
2-Slory Wooden Building,
On die premises which can be hum I :i
a -line ami a lodging lioye. There Is
aNo a L'-ltooui Cottage on same lot.
2 -The Picmiics adjoinlm; Lot Xo. 1,
and having a fi outage of :i.1 feet on
Xuiiauu Mi-eel ami a depth of i:::t
feet, with a
4-Room Cottage & Out-houses
rffirTliU sale offers an unusual oppor
tunity to Iiiwm In good iia.vlu pio
peity', -illialed on the uiaiu'slreel of
AIIKKillT Young Man to woik at
telephone M ilehboaiil. Xoue
hut polite need applv.
.VJ'.I If SeereCiiv .Mutual Tele. Co.
y :i (lernian Woman, a situation, to
do lioiiewoik ami taUe eaie of
Applv at "l.M
Koi I .Sin el.'
LEMONADE WORKS COM
1. T. ttAJLXJlZY MniHigor.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
: CREAM :-and-: PLAIN : SODA,
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginpr Me, nop Me, Grenadine, RaspDerryaflG,
Mineral Waters, Etc.
CI ITCATIOXS, by Man and Wife, die
O foi uier lo take care of liorM-s and
vii ril, the laller lo do housuwoik and
take eaie ol ehlldien Apply "I'll Koit
Sheet. "' n'JSIll
Ol'IKSof the daily Ui'i.i.i'.tin, ot
the dale- spei-ilieil below . "id cents
a eopv will lie pant for the Paine on
dellveiv at this Mlllee:
.liiiiuury Itt. .- iiih-.
VOll SALE CIIEAI
itr All ('oiitiMmPicatioiiH and orders should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
:S9 1 in
unriiri f " -- M " -t"
Gate Ciiv Slono HI1cr !
A COM I'LKTi: outfit for in lUng- and
iliinniiiir eaibonaled bever.ijr -.
all in ?ooil older.
We have all lieaul of "a storm in
a teapot," and iluring thu past wool;
we have seen one. The storm was
small, bill then lite vessel within
which it was eonllncii was small,
loo. Nevertheless, Uiu vessel, an
ordinary teapot, was nuite laryic
cnouli for the storm. The organ
isms inbiile the teapot thought il a
turrillc tempest, but those who
ALL the member- of the Hawaiian
CoiMiueielal Co. aio wanted to be,
at the ineeilnj; In W. C AehlV Law
Oillee, at la o'clock noon, WI'.DXKS
DAY, Apiil HO. 1S!I().
I). K. l'.AKKIt.
.V.to lw Aetui; Si-eivhuy.
JAS. V. ni01J(JAN,
U'i'.', Ill oml Auctioneer.
W. (JUKKN is mithoiihiM to
I endorse most coidially the Ad
vertiser's proposition of "progress
ive taxation," which in explained
to mean that "property under a cer
tain valuation might pay three
quarters of one percent. The excess
above this valuation iniglit be taxed
at one percent, up to another limit.
And all above this second limit
might pay at the rate of lwo per
cent, and so on." 1 am told that
that is just wiiat is done in the
colony of Victoria, Australia, and
in that way the main burden of tax
ation is made lo bear upon thoso
greedy laiuUhaiks who have grabbed
up immense tracts ot the best lands,
which they cannot occupy lliem
Helves and will not permit others lo
VI It. II
1? 1 collect for our account
r.17 1 hi
.1. K. I'.KOWN ,t('()
t I!. S
lYl under full power of attorney, and
attend to nil buslines entrusted to lliii
Hawaiian Kiisinets Agency dining my
alienee fiom (lit Kinplom
LOUIS T. VALKNTINK.
Honolulu, Ajuli lJ'.JHf'O. JM, lw-
M It. "Lawrence II. Deo luis Hits day
been aibulttcil as a partner ill the
Honolulu, March 1. IS'.H). .V'.l ill
ALL persons are hereby untitled that
shooting over the lauds of Ka
haiilki, Moaiialua, Ilalawa, Alea and
Kalniiao Is strictly prohibited, and any
one vitiltiliiisf Ibis iioiici! will He prosi
ciitcd lo die full extent of the law :
.1. M. DOWSKTT,
II. M. VIIITXKY,.H:.,
K. I. SI'ALDIXti,
A.. I. OAllTWJtI(iHT,.Ii:..
As Lessees of Shooting flight
n 'i i 'SsTaB&tMtiH
COUNEIt HOTEL & FOltT STREETS.
New Goods. New Goods.
Fu!l Lines' of Lawns I
Full Lines of Batiste !
Full Lines of Persian Mulls !
These Filters are easily cleansed,
and NKVKK become CKACKKD or
CltAKDliycliiinge of t-niperatiiicol
The Filtering Medium Is a XATI'lt A L
STOXK, inliied from dieeaiih II is
unlike any other stone
It Does Not Absorb and
Dccoiuo Foul !
LMI'imiTIKS never l'KXKTKATK
It, but lie on the f-uiTiu". and Internally
the .stone i cumins as pure and while
after year.s of uo ns when taken fiom
-ALL AT 25 CENTS 1EK YAHD-
Laiies' Misses' & CliiHta's MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
-AT YEKY LOW' lMtTOES-
MUS. OSllOItXi: U now piepareil lo
give iiisiiucilons in Fancy Work
at "The Aillnglon," Itnoiu U. Class
Lessons: Mondays, Wednesday nnd
Kiidays. T'livalo' lessons by special
arrangement. Slumping niul oidcrs
proinpily attended lo. fehai-ly
HAVINO houghl out Mr. W. II.
1'aeu in thu "Himolulu Uuiringu
Manufactory," at L2S Foil Uieel, I am
prepared to continue lliu above business
Uiulia thu old name ot Honolulu Oar.
riugu Maniifaeloiy, and being tin old
experienced carriage builder I lollelt
the patronage ol my old friends uril lliu
public in general, mid with inylhoioiigh
UnuwItilBd of the business and with ox.
prlcii cil workmen and using only Hie
debt uinterlnl I guaritnleo general satis,
faction, l'luayceall iind Bee me before
co hi; elsewhere.
h (rilgned): OIDKON WEST.
iioiioiuiu, oci. as, itjHt), ay if
HAYING bought out the business of
O. .1. X. S. WMlllains and JL More
Co., and Iniporleil the heavy machinery
necessary in order that wu may hi1 able
lo do all"elaaes of woik In our Hue, we
are now prepared lo carry on a business
as Engineers and Iron Foiiudeis, manu
facturing Snaar Machinery, litigating
Machinery, Steam Engines, Klc, Etc.
We mal.i! a specially of iiiamifncturlug
Diffusion Machinery In nil Us branches
and miaraiilee all work to he done on
the shortest possible notice.
.Special attention will he paid to city
orileis for making or repabing Machi
nery, and the woik done at icasouahlc
We ti nst that by a cloo attention In
executing our oidcrs we will mioii gain
our shale In the foundry woik of the
txiox ikon womesco..
.1. X. S. Williams. Manager.
Ollice ,t Winks, Esplanade, Honolulu.
The finlo Clly Stone Filter is a per
fect .success. It Is the. only teal tiller I
have eer seen. I would not be without
one for anv coiislileiallon. Il conveits
our lake water Into die best drinking
water in the world.
lIUMtv M. Lyman, M. 1).,
fi:i: West Adams SI , Chicago.
HHE BEST PAPER to HUhstrihe
cinU per mouth
J. lor is thu ".Daily ISullolin." 00
1ST For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opposite Sprcekcl.s X Co.'s Hank,
'11!) tl Fort slieei, Hnnolulu.
Gustav A. Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : : King Slreol.
At V. WiIghtAj Son's.
Having leneiviil a full assortment of
(Urriugc Trimming Materials fiom the
KuhI, 1 am prcpfucil to execute all ordera
with neatness anil despatch at very rea.
f S. EHKLICH,
x Cornor Hotel & Fort Streo.lg.
Wo invito Ibe Ladies of Honolulu to call and inspect our
FINE mm of MILLINERY
rrovt. EATER !
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
TUB FINEST STOCK OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats In this city.
gjZ OUli STOCK CAN'T UK HEAT, jtff
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fori A Hotel bis.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice, Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
II Ul 5lov!H from n to o ItnttoriH,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
I Boys, Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valise?,