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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, If. L, ATMUT, 22, 181)0.
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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
'lTKSDAY, APRIL 22, 1890.
THE SAFETY VALVE.
The Puiled .Stall's is a free coun
try, and the oppressed of all nations
llork to it largely lor Hint reason.
Freedom in the common acceptation
tn itnt 4ln cut... nf Ita frmwlmil llltl.
t .1 !.... r :i i... the front or was on top of the, mouii
as a concomitant tlicieof it lias u , ,.. ........ , ...n'. i i .i..
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
ronruiiAi. wiu. vir.i.D.
A London despatcli says Hint Mrs.
McMimio is satisfied that Portugal
has decided to yield to the United
Stales in order to avoid the suspi
cion that she had given in to Kng
land in the Delagoa liny llatlrond
matter. The late Colonel McMurilo,
an American, had a concession from
Political to build a railroad from
Delagoa Hay to the Transvaal fron
tier, lie organized a Itriti3li com
pany and built the road to the
mountains forming Hie frontier, and
the road was in operation when the
Portuguese suddenly declared that
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
And Slorc Fixlurcr. !
free prc-s and allows Hie greatest
possible freedom of speech. A
free press and free speech arc
admitted to be bulwarks of its
national freedom. llcsides, its
freedom of press and speech are
conceded to be its most powerful
means for the preservation of inter
nal peace and harmony, anomalous
as the statement may appear at tlrst
sight. If vent is not allowed for
the escape of thoughts that generate
in the mind in regard to public
questions they are liable to fester
there, and breed sedition, rebellion,
etc., and eventually burst the boiler;
but a free press and free speech act
as safety valves. When men blow
off the accumulated steam they feel
better and rest comfortably after
wards. This is being constantly
done bv all classes and parties in
the Stales, but particularly imme
diately before elections. Words are
let loose in such volumes and with
such force that an uninformed
stranger from abroad supposes that
real war is portended. lint this
hind of war never comes. The
election over and the contest ended,
everything goes on peaceably and
quietly as if nothing had occurred.
If these Islands are anything be
sides being Hawaiian the are
American, ht the toreign residents
domiciled here the Americans arc
the most numerous, and all the
other foreign nationalities are more
or less Americanised. Now, why
cannot we imitate more closely the
American method of lighting our
little wars by words and arguments,
and not everlastingly intimate a
readiness to resort to force if we
cannot have our own way? No true
friend of the country or the people
cau encourage or assist such talk.
HARRISON AS A POKER-PLAYER.
A well-known I'lilted Stales Sena
tor says that Hen Harrison js a
rather clever poker-player. "When
Harrison was in the Senate," lie
say,, "he used to play poker, and,
like most cold-blooded men, he
plays a pretty good game. He
doesn't blulf much, and it is seldom
lie takes desperate chances, but he
has excellent judgment, and when
he has ;.'. good hand lie will slay as
lop a's anybody. 1 don't know
whether he plays now that he is the
White House, but when he was in
the Senate I have played with him
many a time." ("Chicago Herald.
tains about four miles beyond the
end of the line, and that as the road
had not been completed lo the end
of the frontier within the contract
time the entire plant was forfeited
to Portugal. I he Hritish and Am
erican Governments say that the
stockholders and widow of Colonel
McMurdo must be compensated for
the money invested and Portugal is
beginning lo see it in that lisht.
i.r.o AMI WILLIAM.
The letters between the Pope and
Kmpeior William on the labor cou
lercnce have been published. The
Kmpeior says that Hisliop Koip, he
know-, is thoroughly imbued with
the Pope's ideas and wilt materially
contribute as a delegate lo the suc
cess ot the work. The Pope's reply
congratulates the Kmpeior upon tak
ing the Held for a resolute effort in
a worth' cause. He appreciates the
Kmpcror's acknowledgment of the
great elllcacy of religion and the
church in the solution or social
questions, and warmly wishes the
rin: iisi-n yn:Tiox.
A number of members of the
House of Commons have been inter
viewed with reference to the land
purchase bill. The bulk of the
Conservatives and I'nionists approve
the measure. All the Parncllites
condemn it as clearly in the interest
of the landlords. Sir Charles Hus
sell said that he would approve no
large purchase scheme unless ac
companied by a home-rule measure.
The ex-Min'isteis withhold their
opinions. Tlie bulk of the fllttd
stoninns disappiovo of the bill.
The tariff changes presented by
the Minister of Finance to the Cana
dian House of Commons seriously
affect and arc chielly aimed at I'nil
cd Slate manufacturers and inter
ests. Tlie duty of .'!." per cent on
mining machinery is removed. The
duty of ;")0 cents a barrel on Ameri
can Hour is increased to "." cents,
and green fruits, shrubs and trees,
which have been imported free from
the Pnited States under the statu
tory offer of leciproeity, are put
back in tlie tariff under the old duty
of 20 per cent. The duty on fresh
beef imported from the I'liiled
States is. increased fioin 1 lo :
Wilhelm Irmaeheiyi saloon-keeper
and Socialist, has been sentenced to
one year's imprisonment for calling
the hmperor a hog in an election
Caprivi, the new Chancellor, has
declined the services of detectives
for protection. ISismarck always
had a guard ot detectives following
AT 10 O'4'MM'tf. A. .11..
At the More lately occupied by If. Mole
it Co., Khig'sircii. 1 will 'ell at
Public Auction, the Mock of
GiiMitli Sillies k Tools,
Etc., Kic , l'.ic ,
W. 0. FISCHER'S
Pamnus Grand Active & CI olden
Broiler and Hot Water Attachments 1
TMAL LIFE IN
OF NEW YCMRIS:
,IAS. V. HIOHMAft,
On THURSDAY, April 8l,
AT 1-i ll'CMICSi XOOV,
At the Paclllc Mall Whnif. 1 will sell at
Public Auction, for account of
whom It 111:1 v eoiii'ciii,
Is issuing n new form of insurance which provides, in tlie event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive n given number of years, the Company will
return ail the premiums paid with interest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the Irani holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT PUHTIIKU PAYMENT OK PHKMIUMS, take in
lieii thereof Hie amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, Its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dollars.
lay For full particulars call on or address
Cicncra! Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
I - t I WWW JIWIIMM
Consuming oneHiird Ll.'SS FUEL than
any other btnve in exigence,
either v.or.d or coal.
No Brick Work About It!
Just a Clean Cut Sluvo!
Whose Nuking Ualltie3 arc inistir.
1WJ J. 1J
tiay For further paillculars appl.i to
II. HiickfeM A. Co., or to
.IAS. V. MOKfiAN,
Wll Ht Auctioneer.
I'.v Older of Gr.o. Ll'CAS. Esq., Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Margaret
Kcr'gnn. deceased, I will H'll at Public
Auction, at my K:iIoinoin, Queen M..
On MONDAY, April 281 h,
AT lU.O'Ol.ttl'K xoos.
That Certain Parcel of Land,
.Situated on Xuuanii avenue and adioin
liitfthc Kiigle House iirojoity. 'I'hcie
f)n the Lot, containing (! Uooiih, abo.
Out-hones, blabk", lite.
t The premles have a frnuln!c of
tleel on Nnuann.-ti-cet. and aie HIS led
deep. Till-h a desirable uppoiiunity
lo obtain a jjooil re-iiti'iiee.
IT'S THE HAWAIIAN PA-U.
The riding habit with which MUs
Mabel Jenuess is astonishing New
York, wheu she sits her lioisc as
tride, lias a close-fitting, conven
tional bodice, jirecisely like that
usually worn. The skirt is divided,
or practically there arc two skirls,
one for each leg. Under tlie skirts
are worn riding-trousers, and the
draperies are just long enough lo
cover the feet w he'll mounted. The
divided skirt is a good deal like
Lady Haberton's, and Hie bifurca
tion does not show except when
walking. Tlie draperies arc plaited
and quite full. Miss Jenness is a
graceful horsewoman and is teach
ing by example what I have always
maintained, that a woman should
oil Iter ride astride or stay on tlie
ground. Horseback exercise on a
side-saddle involves so many risks
of wiench and of spinal curvature
that it is worse than no exercise.
Anctlon Sales by James F. Morgan.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
Reversible Grates !
Thianriito is ef a It lingular form.
bavbiK three surfai es which me M.'veii.
tile, mi licit 11 si-piiate top surface can lie
used 011 alternate ilu.-j or if the one mit.
Inc. in coiiirc. of one hhowa any wear
Ibi 11 the other 1-111 ho turned up. aiid so
on 1 lie other, inal.iiiK it npial In diiiu
hilily lo llute dihtinci Oralo.
fOll PM.l. nv TIM".
Hawaiian Harlwani Co.,
Port Hired, Honolulu,
.132 tf ()ppnlte Spreikelp' I'tniU
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of Ladles'
French Kill & Cilf Skin Slices
M.Mir. 1(1 OIIDF.II.
I'eKced nv Sewcil; iiIho, SuiIiIIck.
!H Nuuanvi .St., : : : I'. O. nx 2(H.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OltDKIt
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic !1oiis3
live lb end,
I'utter C!i ackers,
linltnli t'l:l( ke I',
aill Saloon Bread, Jiiiles, Giapf Snaps, Coffee Gates, Bit, Hlc.
&- And will be DKLlYEItEI) EUEE.of CHAIKIE to. any pait of Ibo city. j$J
KIJIL. or li'AUlI!:
Collie, Tea. Chocolate & Milk,
Soused Tig's Feet, Oold Hani,
Spieeil Tongue, Spiced Uccf, Salads, Kb-,
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
A I.AIiar. AHSOIITMP.NT 01'
Pino & (Jisirlic Tobacco, Pipes, Cigar & Cigarodc Ho11m.s, Cold Drinlcs, IiJ
M. Saturday night, open all nie,ht
&T Open from !t .:!() a. m. until OtfO i.
Mutual Telephone 211. Post Ollicc Uox 17S.
AltKHHlT Vouug Man lo woik al
telephone s itcliboiml. None
hut polite need apply.
CO. H Kill i Kit,
.-2!itr Seeiet-iry Miiliial Tele. Co.
iy a German Woman, a situation, to
J do hou-ewoik and lat.e caie ol
ehildien. Appiv at "1.11 Koit Stieet.''
TrHa pT S 111 i r
I". T. 33A.H-.EJY. JVfjumjvev.
Hell Telephone 282.
,TAS. F. MORGAN,
b'i'.' Jlt-eatl Auctioneer.
Sri'l'ATION'S, by Man and Wife, the
former to tii!e care ol Iuii-m-1 sum!
yard, the latter to do hoie-ewotk and
take caie of ehildien Apply '-1.1 1 Voir
Sticet.'' .i2S :!t
llv older of CKCIL UltOWN. Ki.ij.,
Kxe'i u'or of the K-tato of Philip Milton,
dceca-cd. 1 will M'll at J'nblie Auction,
at the lale Milton Resilience, Klujj .-I.,
On WEDNESDAY, April 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .',!..
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
WOMAN'S INHUMANITY TO WOMAr1.
"Woman's inliumanity to wo
man," says ICate l'ield's Washing
ton, "would make countless mourn,
if either men or women stopped to
lhin; about anything. Men in their
wills endow public institutions, in
cluding male and occasionally fe
male college--, as did tlie late Mat
thew Vassar; but where arc tlie
rich women who, when called lo pay
the debt of nature, remember the
necessities of their own sex? They
do not forget the missionary or even
male universities, but was ever so
much as a training school for cooks
founded on the bequest of a woman V
There has just died in llaltimore an
estimable ladv who gave Johns Hop
kins University 8100,000, and there
founded a chair of ICnglisli litera
ture. A'ot one of her sex is bene
llted fiy that chair. What woman
living, having the means, is enlight
ened enough to give substantial aid
to the 'annex of Harvard lTniver
sity or Columbia9 Head the lives of
great men and note the inlluciice of
iheir mothers. It is well that tlie
desire to please the opposite sex
should dwell within every human
breast; but to eacrilicc justice to
generosity is not the way to Improve
I'amn I'hab-. Chsuitlnllei-,
l.are Du"--iii Murnr iV blielf.
Marble-top CENTER TABllE,
B. W, Extension Dining Table,
.silver Ware. (Jroekcij.
Jtaii'c.V Utensil-, Klc.
1 rCxpress W:
black Walnut bedroom Pet.
" bulge iV. gmall llug, Toilet St,
Hair A: epilog Mutlr.ie-.
l'nic Ko;i Wardiobi',
On .MONDAY, April BSUi,
AT 1- O'CLOCK XOO.V.
At niv Salesroom, (ueen -tieet, I will
-ell at Public Auction,
1 -Thoe Valuable PreniNe siluated
on the, corner of Xuuaiiu stieet and
Kiikul Lane, and known a the
" ECeegan Property."
The Lot has a frontage of ahout ill feet
on .Miiiaiiu .-u eel anil i-'i;n icei uet-p.
Theio I- a
2-Story Wooden Building,
Onihepicniif.es which can he ueed as
a 'lore anil a lodging liou'-e. 'Jiieiei-al-o
a L'-ltoom (Voltage on .-aiue lot,
2 The Iremle, adjoining Lot No. 1.
and liavbiga fioulnge of :t." feet on
Xuuaiiu street mid a depth of i:i;t
feel, with a
4-Eoom Cottnge & Out-honaes
Jsi"'l'liN sale oll'ersan umiminI nppnr
tuulty lo lnve-1 in good na.hc: pro
perty, -illia'.ed on the main .-Heel of
COI'IKS of the Daily lln.i.criN, ol
the date.- peellied below, .10) eenN
a eop3' AVlll be paid for the same on
delivery at thN ollicc:
.January fi. IHiO, si Ciiplex.
FOil HALE CHEAI
Wllblllll . Balltilia H Wa7IIHl
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAMLLA & IRON WATER,
Ginpr Ale, Hob Ale, MM, lasjteip, Sarsaparilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
3r All communication and orders should be addressed lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
:W9Jin - - -OBit.
Giite City Slons Filter !
ACOMPLLTK outllt for nuking and
dl-pens'nig earhonalcd bever.ia .
all In good older. Addles-
nil! am YVaiohhill, Hawaii.
A l.L the nu-mher-
of the Hawaiian
ommereliit Co. mo w anicd lo tie
it the niecllnjr in W. V. AeldM Law
Olllce, at It! o'clock noon, WLDNKS
DAY, Aplil IIU, IS'.H).
1). If. P.AKKU,
.VIO Iw Acting Seerelary.
MIL Lawrence IT."I)ee has thl-day
been'admltlcd a- a partner in the
Ilonolnhi, March 1, ISiii). .V!i:il
1 Open Itnggj, 1 N'ew I'r.il.e.
Kit ., Klc ,' Lie, Klc.
.J AS. V. AIOKCAN,
:M 71 Alii Ihuieer.
NOTICE to CKEDITOES.
''piIK uuder-igncd having been duly
1. appoinied Kxeeulor of tlie K-talo
of.luba L. Itaw-on, lute of Honolulu.
Island of O.ihu, deeea-ed; notice 1
lieieliv given lo all persons lo pie-ent
their claims ngalu-t the eiute of said
Julia L. Itnwson duly authenticated
whether secured bv mortgage oroihcr-wl-c
to .loliu H. Walker, at hi- olllce In
Honolulu, Oahu, within six moulhs
from the date heieof or they will he
foiever haired. And all pei-ons in
dehted to said estate will make iuuiie
illale pavinenl thereof to
Lxeeiitor l.!i.t Will anil Te-taineut of
lulla L. ItiiwHin, deceased.
Dated Honolulu. April IS, IStKl.
KP" Tor further pai licular- apply to
,JAS. I' AIOKGAN,
.72:1 lit oad Aiiclionrcr.
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice,
Also, Saddle. Hortei,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Carts,
DAY or MUIIT.
I'ropiletois, llllo, Haw id.
Iny Orders leeched liv Telephone -'GVa
LL person- are hereby notllied that
v shooting over the 'laud- of Ifa
hauikl. Moaualua, Halawa, Alea and
Kahiuao I-Mrlctly piidilliiled, and any
one violating till- nnllee will he piosc
euteil to the full extent ot the law :
.1. M. 1IOWSKTT.
ii. m. whitni:y,.hi.,
A..I. UAItTWHKillT, .In..
A- Lessees of Shooting Jtlght
acifio; Hardware Do., I'd,
AUUIVAL OF THE 11AUK "J. D. BREWER." FULL LINES
)IfE OLD ESTABLISHED FAVORITE
Eddy Refrigerators & Ice Chests.
A New Line, of Cilasswaio Just Keeeived.
Reliable (.ioods at Reasonable Prices.
Plantation Sillies -:- aiifl -:-- General Mrtaiise
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., (L'n),
Fort & Meiebaiit SIh.
These I'llters are e.isllv cleansed,
and XV.Vr.R become CRACKED or
CRAZED by change of tumiiei aline of
The Kiltciing Medium is a XATl'R A L
STOXK, mined lrom Ihee.iilh It Is
inillke auv other stone.
It Does Not Alsorl and
liecoino Foul !
IMITRITIKS never PKXKTRATF.
It, but He on the siufae d Internally
the stone icmatus as pure aniLwhile
after year.-of use a- when taken from
COltNEU HOTEL & l'OUT STREETS.
Mil. S. 13. IMKRCR will net I'r me
under lull power of attorney, unit
attend to all business enti listed lo the
Hawaiian Huslncis Agency diuintj my
uhjenco from this If Ingdoni
LOUIS T. VALKNTINK.
Honolulu, Apill l(i,18!i0. fittO hv
HAVIXG bought out the bu-lucs-of
.1. X.S. Williams and R. Jlore.A.
Co., and bnpoited the heavy machinery
neees-iiry In ouler that we may he able
to do all' cla-'-e.- of woik in our line, wo
are now prepared to eairy on a business
a- Engineer- and Iron Founder-, nianu
faeiiirlng biianr Machinery, Inlgallug
Machinery, Steam Knglne-, I'.te.. Lie.
Wo make'a specialty ol inauufactuilug
Dlffu-lon Maehluery In all lis branches
and guarantee all work lo he done on
the -hoite-l io llilc notice.
Special attention will be paid to eily
ordeis for making or repab lug Machi
nery, and the woik done at reasonable
We Iru-t that bv a clo-e attention in
executing our 01 tiers wo will -oou gain
our share In the foundiy woik ol Hie
t'XION IROX WORKS CO.,
I. X. S. Wii.I.iam.s Manager.
Olllce Works Esplanade, llunolulu.
HPHE BEST PAPER to Minerribo
JL tor h the "Dally Bulletin," 50
eeiita per mouth.
The Onte City Stone Filter Is a per
fect Piieee-s. ll 1- Hie only real lllter I
liave ever seen. I would not be w itbont
one for any eon-idcialion. II eonveils
our lake water Into the best drinking
water In the world.
llKNUVM. I.Y.MAK, M. D.,
":i:i Wc-t Ailain-Si , Chleago.
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste I
Full Lines of Persian
-iALL AT 2o CENTS 1'F.R YARD-
-AT V13RY LOW PRICES-
t3J For Sale hy
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
0 posile irpreekels ,fc Co.' Bank,
40) ll Foit street, Honolulu.
Gustav A. Schuman
Ku. 70 & 81 : : Kliuj Sired.
At W. Wiijlil& foil's.
Huiii! leceivnl a full assortment of
CariiageTrliinnliig Mateiialn from the
East, 1 am prepared tocxeeutuall ordem
with iieatncHi and despatch at very rta.
O. A. SCHUMAN,
iipr 7-i-O ly
Feb 1-90 Corner llotol & Fort Htvoolf.
Wo invito tlie Ladies of Honolulu to call anil inspect our
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
I?OK. EASTER !
Funcy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
THE FINEST STOCK OP
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
ST OUR STOCK CAN'T HE HEAT. jg$
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery HoiiFe, Corner Port k Hotel Mb,
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