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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., AinttL 2:1, 18&0.
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Pcilffd to neither Sect nor Party,
lint eitablished for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, Al'KlL 20, 1890.
PROJECTED SAILORS' HOME.
The Indies' initial iuovo in iei;ard
to the projected Sallois' Home U
coinnieiulablf, and their continued
efforts are certain of success. A
.sailors' home is a special rcquite
mcnl of Honolulu. Our shipping,
foreign and inter-island, inconsider
able, and the sailors, coming into
ourpoit numerous. Mnuy of them
have their homes and families here,
and are of course at home when
they jet asdioie. Hut many are
it ranges a, and need such a place of
le-sort while in port as the projected
home. At present then stranger
sailors have no place uwpend their
evenings but in liquor saloon". A
commodious and comfoituble home,
such as that projected, will he an
inestimable boon to them. As Mr.
l V. Damon intimated at the
ladies' meeting, those who aid the
project arc not woi king for a sec
tional or denominational cause, but
one of cosmopolitan concern. So
that it is a project which all can and
should unite to promote. The ladies
have taken in hand to provide the
necessaiy means for furnishing, and
ai e .sure to accomplish their object.
There is no doubt their appeals will
be met by the public of all classes
and creeds with cheerful and liberal
i espouses. Let us hope that the
projected building will soon be com
menced, and the home be got in
icadiness for the reception of those
in need thereof with as little delay
THE" oahu railway.
There is. no doubt that the Oahu
tailway is destined to be a great de
veloper of the lesources of this is
land. Those who expect to see the
waste lands through which it runs
suddenly become blooming gardens,
nourishing fields, and happy homes,
will cortainlv be disappointed.
These are results which do not
spring up in a day. They are the
growth of time. lint, they will most
assuredly come. The railway makes
them possible, and they will gradu
ally become realities. The develop
ing process will take year.-, but the
developing agent, the railway, is at
woi I;, and will continue operations
until complete development lias been
attained, after which its purpose
will be to maintain the condition
readied. Beyond its present termi
nus arc vastly ercater natural re
sources than any through which it at
liicsent passes, and it is to be hoped
that every reasonable encourage
ment will be given the company to
continue extending the line until
the circuit of the island is complete.
Even leaving out of calculation the
prospective benefits of development,
veniences it furnishes to the people
living along its course, added to the
advantages afforded for health,
pleasure, and recreation to the resi
dents of Honolulu, the Oahu uiil
va3' is an incalculable boon, lie
sides, it furnishes the means of
livelihood to many who have to earn
their bread by the sweat of their
brow mechanics and laborers and
is one of the principal soiuees of
supply of the circulating medium
which keeps local trade alive and in
That the existence of toiesl vege
tation, within reasonable distanee,
h, an essential condition of the suc
cess of what may lie termed domes
tic agriculture, and that tiio disap
pearance of forest growth, by effect
ing unfavorable climatic conditions,
is sooner or later followed by gen
eral sleiility, are propositions pretty
generally admitted by the intelli
gent of the present age. ll would
be well if their truth were realised
by our own peoploito the extent of
inliiiencing concerted and intelli
gent action toward, lorest preserva
tion and restoration. It is a palpa
ble fact that the forests on most, if
not all, of the islands of the gioup
ate rapidly disappearing. Cattle
and other animals, by destroying
thu young growths, do a big share
in the work of destruction. The
baud of man. to supply the needs of
man, slaughters old and young.
Anj one who has had any lengthen
ed acquaintance with the numerous
valleys and intervening ridges within
u few miles of Honolulu can testify
how tapidly the work of denudation
progresses. No attempt is made lo
preserve, and cotnp.it nlivcly little is
done to restore. About the only
effort at lestoralion is what the Gov
ernment has donu in tlial line on the
hillsides at the back of Makiki. The
prospect is before us of hillsides
and valleys baic of forest from end
to end of the island, and following
that an aridity which will render the
laud an unfit habitation for man.
"After us the deluge," is the aitiele
of faith to which we most coidlally
and univei sally subscribe. This
forest question, which has been
many times discussed by the local
press, is again merely hinted at with
the faint hope that nme reflective
miud may peradventure be induced
to give it serious thought.
APPEAL TO THE TEXT.
"The ignorance" of the Hri.i.niN
in icgard to "the whole treatv sub
ject," the Adveitiser considers
"suinelhing extraordinary, not to
say inexplicable." We are chnigcd
with having, in a biiof note of Mon
day's issue, presented "two totally
mistaken notions." The first is
"thai the Cabinet ever proposed to
bind the country not to withdraw
withoifl the '"pet mission" of the
rnitcd States," and the second is
"in supposing that the treaty which
the Cabinet now vvisV to negotiate
still contains the Article objected
to." With regard to the first of
these points, the Adveitiser flatly
contiadicls itself immediately alter
staling the point. Heie are its
words, a poition of which we ital
icise: "The proposed treaty like all
'permanent' treaties is tennhutdlu
only li 'hiiitmil itntel.' ".What
is the difference, in this connection,
between '"permission" of the rnitcd
States and "mutual consent," which
includes the consent of the rnitcd
Slater r Touching the second point,
the lti i.M.i in, believing the Adver
tiser had access to the treaty draft,
directly challenged that journal to a
denial of the continued existence of
the "mutual consent" provision, on
the 10th instant, or seven days ago.
Our contemporary maintained abso
lute silence on the matter until to
day, when it came out with the as
sertion thai the present shape of the
document is "a treaty of 'complete
free tiade,' just such a treaty in fact
as tlie Hui.fth'iN specifically ap
prove. It contains no concessions
of anv kind whatever." Now. as
the Advertiser piesumably lias ac
cess to thai famous document, which
we have not, let that journal pub
lish ii in lull, so thai the public as
well as ourhclves' luay know what it
really does and what it docs not con
tain. It is a mailer in which (lie
whole people ate directly interested,
and should not lie hidden fiom them.
We latelj read about some of (lie
ill elfects of the constant use of the
telephone, and there are cases where
the non-iisi) ol (his great invention
might be very dangerous, especially
where the patient was accustomed
to the iwing of it, lor instance:
Imagine yourself a patient at the
Ueceiving Station, -cparalcd for the
first lime fiom your friends, but
thank C!od and KdNon you can tele
phone to them fiom oue yaid, but
there are two yards and betwixt them
the gulf that the telephone does not
span. Lot the vilest leper use the
telephone. Si M.r.vnov.
Two deserting contract men weie
dealt with this morning. A China
man was reprimanded for being un
lawfully on the pieinisor, of another.
A native charged with having iitsuf
licient lawful means of support was
discliaigcd. There were lliiee con
VHtiwns for diunkemies'3.
Near the Hag tower of the queen's
catle at Osborne there is a laige
vine of myrtle grown from a sprig
taken nut of tiio wedding bouquet
of the piiueess royal of Knqlnnd,
the mother of the empress of Oct
inanv. 'VOU can get a good dinner
X I lee's for -j:. cents.
C.ll I I'llll.l II'-
Comedy & Dramatic Co,
Thursday Eveniug, April 24,
Will be presented the guild old lil-h
Diania in .1 Act-, entitled:
SMNGAWN, The Outlaw of '98
EW Seal can be eeurcd In advance
for an v night din lug the -caHu ni the
ollieeof .1, Levey.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On TIIUllSDAY, April JM,
AT Itf (KCMH t ,OA..
At tin- 1'neilii Mall Wliaif. I will sell at
I'litilie Auetloli, for account (if
whom It may concern,
713 MU I'ORTILIZER !
tSf I'm fin ihcr pai tieular applv to
II. llacUfehl Co. ..or to
IAS. V. MOUV.A'S,
Ml "i Aiiciiiiiici'i.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
lv older of CKCII. WtOWN. i:s.,
r.Mriifor of the I'M all- of I'liillp Milton,
ilete.i-cil. I will sell at Public Auction.
,tl Hie late Milton Jtciilcncc, King st.,
On WEDNESDAY, April 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
The Entire Housoird Furniture
I'aucj (.'hail. Clianilclici.
bulge Dressing Mli Kir , iilielf,
Marble-top CENTER TABLE,
Itlucl. Walnut Ilcdioom Pet.
Luge A' frmuill ltliL'-. Toilet Pcl,
B. W. Wardrobes,
Hah A. iiug Mnltiie.
I'llic Kim Na'liliobe,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
Silver Waie. Croel.ery,
Itangc A: Utcu-IN, Etc..
1 ExpreMH Wagon
1 Open Ktlggv, 1 Xew Hi .ike.
I'.le.; Kle., I'.lc., Klc.
,TAS. F. MOKGAX,
llj older of fii:o. l.t'CAK. INf., Ad
ministrator of the l.tutn of Maig.iret
Keegan. deceased. I will sell at Public
Aurlh'ii. at my Nileiiioin, Ijuceii St..
On MONDAY, April 28th,
AT 'i O'CLOCK MIO,
That Certain Parcel of Land,
Situated on Killiaiiu aveiiuenuil adjoin
ing the Fugle IIoiim' pinpellv. There
On the Lot, eoutaililim (i KixiIih, al-o,
Oiil-hou-L's, .Stahlex, Kie.
RT" 'I'lm pinilea have a frnnlii;e of
ts leet on Niuiaiiiislieel and aie I Hi Or I
iliep. 'I'lll Is a ileIiable oppniliiuiiy
lo obtain ii good ic-Iilenee.
J AS. P. MORGAN,
rtl'. til eml Aiieliniicer.
On MONDAY, April SStli,
AT iii OVI.OCK U.
At niv Salf-i ooni, (jueeii .Mieel, I will
sell ai Public Auction,
1 Thoc Valuable l'lcniNe situated
on the corner of Xtmaiiii street and
Kuktil l.aue, and I.iiowii n- the
" Kcegan Property."
The Lot has afiont.ige ol about 111 foet
on .N'mi.mii Mivct and N 1111 feeidiep.
'I'heie N a
'2-Stovy AVoodon Building,
On the premises which can be used a
a stoic and a lodging house. 'I'heie Is
al-o a L'-IJooni Collage on same hit.
2 The l'ieinles adjoining I.ot Xo. 1.
and having a fi outage of :i." feci on
Xuti.uiu stieet and a depth of IX!
feet, with a
4-Itoom Cottage & Out-houaca
CSyTlils sale offers an iiuiisiial oppoi
liuiiiy to Invest in good pa.viug iio
peit.v, siinatcd on Hie liitiln s,ticci of
lil'oi lui titer p.iiileuliirMippl,v to
.FAS. F. MORGAN,
.','.':! til oad
, A CO'lTACT: to let near
w"tv3Si J town Willi I rooms, iie
EsSiasiS! slden eooKitig and wa-h
Iiiiii-in iittaehPil. Aildicfs "C. II 'I'.,"
care Itpi.i.r.Ti.v. ."ill! Ivv
AVsmted I nimcdiutcly
JY Urn Hawaiian Construction Co.
J Ten C.irpenteis lo work on build
ings al Mamma and lloiiohilu. Steady
wiuU for good men. Applv to
(iio. A. IIOWAIII),
:.:i:nt Depot o. h.a-l. cd.
W. G, FISCHER'S
I'mhous Ur.inrt Active & Uolilcn
Broiler and Hoi Water Attachments !
Consuming nnc-tlilnl LKSS FUKL thnn
any other stove In exbteiioe,
either wood or coil
No Brick Work About HI
Just a Clean Cut Sieve!
Wlin'c linking ipmlitic tire uiiBt:r.
Reversible Grates 1
This Orate Is nf a tiinngiilar form,
having three surfaiei whleiraierevctM
hie, o tint n sepaniie Inp sm fun- r.in be
iimI on ulteiiKiteil.i)"; or it the one ur.
Ine in eoniRe of u-e hlinw any Nvir
lln'ii the other can hi' liunuil up, anil so
n the oilier, lii.il.inu ll npitl in ilnin
l)!!Hj tothreu ibcliiii t Urairf.
koii swi: nv tiii:
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Foil Street, Honolulu,
MJtf ' Opposite Sprci kcN' Dank
At Kahlkbiiii. Maui, there will he eold
ut Public Aurilon,
On TUESDAY, amy aoili,
COWS, HEIFERS and CALVES
rSTThe Call!.- can be "-een at the Pen
of KalilMimi aiivtinii' bcfoio the sale.
.VH Ivv J. C. FLORES&CO.
TAI WO QHAN,
Maimfnr liner of Lmlius'
French Kid & Calf Skin Shoes
M Villi TO OR1IKII.
IVckcU urHewetl: uImo. Kii'IilleK.
!)H Nmiiinii St., : : : 1 (). U 'Ml
T)V a Ceimaii Woman, a "iliiatiou, to
y do lii.HM'unil. and titUe mic of
Applv at "1.11 1'oit Mieel.'
OITI'ATIONS, bv Man mid Wife, tin
YD fnimei' lo take e.oe o
I lioise- and
vard. the latter to do
take cue of childicn.
pplv '-Ml Km I
COPIi:Rof the Daii.v ltri.l.UTIN, ot
the dati s -pciilled below . ."() eenlh
a copy will be paid lor tlic -anie on
delivc'iv al this ulllcc:
.iiimiai'.v iJ. i.sv.u. ;; 'oiIi.
FOlt SALE CHEAl
dl-peii-iue; eaibonaled bever.i
al) ill good intler
M It. Lawrence II. Dee has thi-s day
been admitted a a pailuer In the
"Ciltei ion Valium.
.1AM KS l)OIl).
lloiiohilu, Maichl. ISiit). .VJtl.lt
ALT. pcihoiiM alo hereby untitled that
shooting over the 'lands of Ka
haiilM, .Moauiilua, Hal.iwa. Alea and
Kahiiiao is strictly pKihlhiied, and any
one violating this notice will be pioe
cutcd to llie full extent of the law :
.1. M. DOWSli'lT.
II. M. WIIITXKV. .lit.,
A..1. CAKTWKKiHT. .In..
A Lessees of Shooting Jtlght
HAV1XG bought out the business of
.1. X. S. Williams and U. More A"
Co., and Impoiud the heavy iniiehbieiy
nccciiry In order tliul we may he able
lo do all' elase of woiU in our line, we
are now piepaied to entry on a business
as Kiigiuecis, mid hou Koiuiders. iiiauii-
lactiuliig Suaar Machinery, 'liilgatlng
Maehbtery, Steam Kughics, p.tc, Ktu.
Wo make, a specially of niaiiufactiuliig
Diffusion Machinery ill all its branches,
and guaiaiitec all woik to he done on
tho shot tet possible notice.
Special attention will lie paid to city
onlfis foriiiuklng or icpabiiig Machi
nery, ami the woik donu at icasonable
We It iHt that by a elo-n attenllon In
(i.Nceutliig our onlers wu will soon gain
ourshaie in the loiuiilry woik of the
I'XIOX HtOX WOltKS CO.,
I. N. S. Wi i.i.i AM.s, Manager.
Ollleo & Woiks.Koplaiiailu, Honolulu.
rVHE BEST PAPER to buUmTuTu
X for U thu "Dally Uiilltttlii." 00
etnlA per month.
I Uft L
Is! issuing a 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 u given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums) paid with interest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the lejial holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT I'TKTllKK PAYMENT OK I'HEMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollts in FULLY PAID UP insurance, pnitlcipa'.lng annually in dividends.
Kenieniber, this contract is issued by the oldest Life. Insurance Company in the I'niletl Stales, and the Lar
gest l'inaucial Institution in the Woiid, its assets exceeding One Hundred anil Thirty-Six Millions of Dollais.
&" For full particulate call on or
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Ci l a I i.l in llieadi
Kciliiiiti aid Mm Bread,
&&- And will bo DKLIVKIH2I) VKKK of CIIAKCiK to any
('..lice. Ten, Cboeolale ft Milk,
I'll)' & Cisavollo Tobacco,
g)ST Open tiom :i.:iO a. m.. until !::!() p. m.
Mutual Telophono i2U. l'ost Office Jfox 17S.
m m mi i it iiiwtiw mtmum
, .-CREAM :-and-:
Sole Prop:iotora.of BAILEY'SSARSAPARILLA & IRON WATEK,
Giiipr. Ale, M Me, Gflniim lasltepie, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Waters, Elc.
nflr All conittiutiirntions
Gate fily Stone filler !
These Vilier are easilv eleaiispil,
and NEVER become CuAOICKD or
CHAZKD by change of tyinpuialuie of
The I'lllei big Medium 1- a X ATt'RA L
STONE, mined limn ihucailh It is
unlike anv oilier stone.
It Docs Not Absorb and
JBccoinc Foul !
LMPl'IUTIES never l'EXETBATK
It, but lie on the sin fiier, and Intel nally
the stone leiiiaius as pine and while
after , vc ai. of u-e as lieu taken fiom
The Cute City Stone Filter Is a per
fect success. It I thu only real llller 1
have ever seen. 1 would not be without
one for any consideration, ll couveiM
our lake water Into the best drinking
water In the woiid.
llr.Miv M. Lvvian, M. I.,
fi:;:s West Ailanis Si , Chicago.
UT For Sulo by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opposite Sprciikcls A Co.V Hank,
4(Wti Kort street, Honolulu.
Gustav A. Schuman
Ko. 70 & 81 : : King Street.
Al W. Wright it Son'.
Having leeuivul n full assort incut of
';uiiune Trimming MiiIpiUIh fiom the
East, I am pntpHietl to exeeutcall ordern
with neatness ami despatch at very rca.
O. A. BOIIUMAN.
ALWAYS OX HAXO AX1) 'I'O OKDLI?
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Koiis,
Jumbles, (liiipf Um
urr-.Tj of FAKK:
Souved Fig's Feet, Cold Hani,
A I.AHOi: AHSOKT.VIKXT OP
lMpew, Cigar & Cijfarcilo
Saturday nigbl, open
HITI : LEMONA
and ordcrsHQiUl bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
acifSc Hardware Oo., Id,
AUIUYAL OK THE IJAHK "J. ). BREWKH." Kl'LL LINES
A HI CIHr IIU A L IM PLKM I3XTfc,
loa snnliH -:- aim
5 HE OLD ESTABLISHED EAVOIMTE
Eddy Refrigerators & Ice Chests.
New Line of (ilasHwaic .Tint Kcceivcd.
Iteliahle Ooods at Re.is,onable Prices.
j a ii-0-00
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full .Lines of Batiste !
' Full Lines of Persian
'' ALL AT t!.") CENTS l'Elt VAItl)
Ladies' Misses' k Cliileifs MDSLIN UNDERWEAR
We invito ,tlin LadicM of Honolulu to call and iimpoet our
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
FOR H2A.TTJU-R !
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
THE FINEST fiTOCIC OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
SJT OUK STOCK CAN'T BK BEAT. 03
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
- Lending Millinety IIohho, Corner Foil it Hotel fIh.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Coic Cains, Elc, Etc.
pari of the city.
Spieed Tongue, Spiced Ileef, SnlaiN, l-'lu.
AMERICAN CIGARS !
Holdrrs, Cold F)rinkM, Klc
all night. Uell
i : S60A.
rACIEIC HARDWARE CO., (L'n),
Eorl it Meicbant Sis.
& EOl.T STICEHTS.
Covnor Ifotol & Fort HlroolH.
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