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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, It. I., AWm. 2d, 180(1
laTwamBtwwt w aaitfwjwwwoiwM mww wn
Jo;ml of lloaltlt.
Ilosnui.r, Apnl2l, tW.
Sealed tendei.s will ho leceived nt
tins i.lf.co uulil WKDNKSIU V. May
1 Ith, til l'J o'clock noon, foi tin- de
livery .on the beach tit Kulnup.ip.i i.r
Kalawao, or nt the Leper Settlement,
Molokui, in good older and condition,
an uvoingc of ninety (!0) lti'tiil of fat
beef calllo per month for the iw' of
the Hoard of Henlth, for ic ((')
months from (he nwaiding of the
The tender should ho for the pi ice
per pound die-sed. 'l'lit' hide and
t.illnw to he the piupeily of the
The lloaid of Health doiw nol hind
iUclf to accept the lowest or any hid.
t!KO. ('. l'OTTKI!,
;:i" ::i-ui8:tt seeieimy.
'X- 1 1 Id
Pledged to titttker Sect nor Parly,
lint cslablhlieJ for tht bfiittit of alt.
THURSDAY, APRIL -M, 1890.
It has been suggested that the
I'.ri.i.irnx should suggest that in pre
paring the plans for the projected
Sailor's Home provision should be
made for a hull in which sailors may
hold concerts for themselves. The
suggestion has a smack of sense
The major part of that portion of
Hie (own which was destroyed by
Hie great lire of April, 188(1, and
since i (-built, has not from that time
to this had anything done to its
stieets. Not that tiiey aie or have
been in such good condition as to
tender attention needless. Indeed,
their best state during the entire
period could not be called anything
hotter than discreditable. "What
justification does Hie present Ad
ministration, which has ruled lor
nearly three years offer for this
Have we to make the plcturo more
vivid, to speak of plantation life?
Have we to mention the rudeness of
overseers, our shwellkeconti act sys
tem, the hovels the laborers have to
live in, parents and children, boys
and girls, packed together without
even the needed privacy, as one can
hear all that goes on in his neigh
bor's loom? Have we to remember
that Hour costs Sl.Toabng, that
clothing and fish are almost out of
price, that the laborer lias to pay
taxes and doctor's bills, provide for a
wife and often six or seven small ehil
dien, give them, besides iood and
clotliing,sehoolhook9,etc.,and all this
out of 820 or 8'2 1 a month, or less,
as he has to lose very often a day or
two, on account of bad weather,holi-
days, sickness, or in hunting for
fuel? We know a plantation on Ha
waii where the laborers woiked but
111 davs ilitrinir the month of Decem
ber, 'owing to bad weather. Ami
some people are astonished that,
once in a while, a lire is started. If
the planter were to live 2-1 hours on
the fate, and in the so-called houses,
their employees have to be satisfied
with, and toil as they have to, the
newspaper, it, however, they would
see me nay inrougu, woum nc iuu
small to hold their complaints. And
still slaw owners will speak of lib
eity, Pharisees will uphold charity,
fn our planters' paradise it is al
most admitted as an axiom, that
cheap and contracted labor is a vital
question in cane planting. If so, it
sugar cannot thrive but bedewed
with the misery and starvation of
thousands (which is by no means
proved), for Christ's sake, as you
profess to be Christians, leave cano
Ksirlv in the sixties the southern
planters ot the United States of Am
erica declared, also, that slavery
was life or death to their industry,
but the good sene of the nation
taught them that, needed or not
needed, death or life, the odious
blot of slavery should be wiped out,
if need be, by rivets of blood, from
the code of the country. What do
we see in our days? The planta
tions live, slavery is buried.
We hope against hope, that by
next Legislature, not only the Asia
lie Hood will not be icstricted, but
altogether dammed; and that the
shameful and slave-like contract
laws will be completely and forever
abrogated in Hawaii". If nol, we
dare predict thai eie live years have
elapsed, natives and foreigners
alike will clamor and work wiHi
might and main to have our plant
ers' paradise, not protected, but an
nexed to the United States, that
glorious land of the free, where
neither Asiatics nor slave-like con
tracts are allowed. .Ir i:xvi..
Auction Salos by James P. Morgan.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
(.'I.I IT I'llll.lU"
FERNS & PLANTS.
AT 10 O'4'MM'K A. HI.
At the U'slileuce of It. I. LILLIK, i:ij .
l.iin.tlil" -iicel, I will -I'll il
t n1! h Amtlou.
Household -:- Furniture
OlhiliM Bel Lomr
I'll lures. luluol-,
Combination Secretary & lied,
B. W. Bedroom ?ot,
Ali lleihooiii .''el,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
Aim, the Luge and vailed collet -lieu
Ferns & Hot House Plait
( oiiipil-ing the llue-i a-suilnu'iil
ever ntfeieil fur stir.
Comeily & Drainalif
Thursday' Evening, April
Will lie piesenteil the giand old liHi
Dr.iiua III J! Aci. entitled:
SH1NGAWN, The Outlaw of '98
1ST Sent can be second hi advance
for anv night during llie -eie-nii nt the
olllee nf I. .1. Lcvev. ''! :it
OX WXSW YOIK
h issuing a new 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 ycais, the Company will
ii'tiiin till the premiums paid with interest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the lentil holder
may, WITHOUT MKDICALKXAMINATION and WITHOUT I-TUT1IKU UAV.MKNTOK I'HKMIU.US, lake in
lien thereof Ihe amount of policy and profits In FULLY" l'All) UP iniiranco, paiticipaiing annii.dly in dividends.
Keinctnher, this contract Is Issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, ami the lon
gest Financial Institution in the Woild, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dolhux.
leg" For full partlculais call on or address
J. 1-5. a-iOSSJW,
Oeneial Agent for Hie Hawaiian Islands.
LUf E 0
tSV" Pienil-es open for lii-icellon on
N'ciliie-ihv. Aplil iiuili. tiolil 111 n'eloek
A. M. lo - u'eloel. p. M.
,IAS. F. aiOKUAX,
Our street electric lights have
been sullicienlly long in use. to he
roine a necessity. We are now so
accustomed to them that we cannot
do without them. Hut this does not
mean that they fully Satisfy the
highest expectation. A- a matter of
fact they do not. They are not so
reliable as desirable. At times, es
pecially in rainy weather, they are
liable lo fits of flickering anil irregu
larity of illumination, and occasion
ally a lamp suddenly goes off watch
at an eaily hour in the evening. Is
theio no remedy for these shortcomings:
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
The public have no means of
learning with certainty the contents
ol the pioposed treaty as long as il
is withheld fiom publication, be
wildering assertions and contradic
tions legarding its provisions are en
countered daily, and will be a-j long
as the text is kept a seciet. All
eiti.ens have a positive light to
know what the (loverninent proposes
in this document, and the Ministers
as Hie servants of the people, should
lecognise this fact. The secrecy
observed naturally creates suspi
cion in the public mind. Let us
have the text.
The P. C. A. of the 2ilU Inst.
secnw to know all about the treaty
the Minister are trying to foist on
this country. We the outside pub
lic would like to know something
about this treaty. Of course we
aic ignorant, until the P. C. A. or
one of its "bright lights" gives ns
some iuiot mation on the subject.
What the present Cabinet proposed
has been "hid under a bushel."
Whether we were to he bound down
by an ironclad ticaty has never
been admitted or denied. 1 lor one
think that the Cabinet maxim, i,
"Utile or iiiin." I'a.ivii.
Ih order of C'KCIL Mtmvx. i:sq.,
1'ai-i lllor of the l-Mute of Philip .Milloii.
ilei'ca-ed. I will -ell al I'nlilie Auction,
at Hie lale Milton J'e-iilelice, King -t.,
On WEDNESDAY, April 30,
vr to ovi.orii a. .:.,
The Eniire Huiiseh'd Furniture
Kaue t 'hairs Cliamlcllnu.
i.nrgi' Dressing .Muror : hhelf,
Marble-top CENTER TABLE,
!il:iek Walnut IJpiIi oom .'-'i t.
L.llge iVSlll.'llI li'in-. Toilet Set-,
Unsurpassed! Most Delicious!
And Finely Flavored
WEOOSNO BAKES !
OniiuiH-ntt'il In I'.vei) HI j If.
Cheaper limn at any other pliwe In the
KERY and COFFEi
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OHDKK
Fresh Cakes, PieSj Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Boils,
Milk lb end,
e Hi end,
'I'wibt Hi eail,
IIiiIiiii t'nieki i-.m,
UH II ul PUIli:
At N'-! Inllnrn n ;nlto:i.
from the Wonillnwu Celehraleil
I lUllhUl IIUl
&&T And will he DKLIVKltlM) IMtICK of CIIAIUil-: lo any pint ol the eily
1511-. ol rAIU3:
S, Bit, Elc.
Colli e, Ten. Chneoliile & Milk
Soused l'ig'.s l'eet, Cold I run),
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA
Spiced Tongue, Spiced lleef, Salads, Kli,
AMERICAN CIGARS !
a i.Aiini: ASSonrMiixT or
Ilp & Ci",'nv'(1e Tobacco, Tipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders, Cold liriiiks, IHu
S.ituidiiy night, open all )iight. Jhil
S.GT Ojien from :i
Mutual Telephone 211.
:30 a. M. until 0:110 v.
Post Olliee Ho 178.
l-'ine Kon Wnnbolie.
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
sller Ware. CroeKei- .
Itanjic it Cleiisi)., Kic.
1 XCxxi'0.sw "Wii'i.'oii
I'ropiietor I'loncei Sle.uii Candy Vai
toij it ItaUeiy. r:i." lin
W. G; FISCHER'S
P.iinmnOraiiil Active A- (ioli'.cn
iMOMMWicm'ii Jiiwm i rwwwvnBtMMi niw wmwwiim
Broiler and Hot Water Altaclmiciils !
MHPBBMMPaiMMEfri II 1 11 1 1 MTT f JTH
B. rr. I4AXJL.12V
r! ffl m &BI8BJI
1 Open Itun'fjy.
1 Now Ui.'il.c.
It i-s current talk that a squad of
men searched I'alaina, high and low,
lor the purpose of lindini; a white
elephant, on Tuesday nij;lt. The
peaceable and law-abiding inhabi
tants ot that locality know of no
white nor even black elephant in
that district. Haven't heard of
siii-li an animal being there. Jlut
the national lunatic asylum is in Hie
neighborhood, and the white ele
phant seaielieis were near it. 1 1
would have been in pet feet harmony
with "the Illness ot things" lo have
stepped in and surrendered them
selves to the keeper.
Kdiiok lii i.i.i.n:
Your correspondent "Suggest ion"
in last evening's paper touches on a
matter ot great concern to the whole
Al present it h common practice
for the friends of those, iinlortunates
at the Kueeiving station to meet them
at the batten gates, in such close in
tercourse that, in effect, the pur
poses of segregation are frustrated.
The suggestion of telephone con
nection lor" the station as a possible,
means ol intercourse must prove
acceptable alike to inmates and their
Actinir on the same the Hoard of
Health could extend ils privileges lo
the poorest member of the commu
nity by -setting apart a- small room
on the veranda of the Clovernment
Dispensary where friends would he
free to communicate with inmates of
1 am well aware of poiuc objection
able leatuies in this proposition, but
they would be more than counter
balanced by lessening the lisk of
contagion tliiough intercourse at the
I'.v nuler of (il.o. l.rOAr-. K-Q.. Ad-uihi'i-trator
of the lMnle of Maigniel
heegim. deceased, I will -ell at Public
Aiiethin, at my Kalcsinoiu, Queen St.,
On MONDAY, April 88tli,
,VT l'i O'CLOCK XOOX.
That Certain Parcel of Land,
Min.itcil on Xiiiimiiii avenue. mil niljoln
liigllie ICi.le Iloiiie piopeil.v. Tlieie
On the Lot, eontaluhi (i Itoom:, al-o,
()iil-liniisi., Mahle-, Lie.
ES1" The pieml-i's have a fiontau of
IS teel on Nmiaim stii'ct. and an-1 hi feet
deep. Till-is a de-iiable oiiuiiiiiilly
in olitnbi a frood resilience.
S ale b fffi fH
MANUF ACT UllEKS
IT I : LE
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPAR3LLA & IRON WATER,
Giupr Mb, Ho Mb, GreoailiiiB, Rasiteryale, Sarsajarilla, lieral Waters, Etc.
s&' All ,iiulr.atloiiH and orders should be addicted to
13ENSON, SMITH & CO.,
' 'if rmutxmnmuti jip.i i
Gale City Ste filter !
Consuming onMhird LESS M'KL tlinn
any other utove in exiMeiue,
either v or dor coal
Nu Odcli Wot!', haul II!
Juil a Clean Cut Sluvu!
.IAS. V. MORGAN,
.12:', lit eod Auctioneer.
THE SOCIAL QUESTION IN HAWAII.
Tbo following is the conclusion of
a letter on the above subject, two
parts of which appeared in the lli'i.
i.iniN of .Ian. 20 ami Feb. 1, respec
tively. This part wa.s crowded out
by campaign news ami then mis
laid: What do we sec on the oilier
hand, not ineuliouiii"; the steadily
increasing price of sugar, the Intro
duction of vacuum pans, double ef
fects, diffusion processes, etc., lo
extract tlio last panicle of saccha
line matter out of the tvorlciiiginnn
excuse, out of the cancr
HOW BROWNE COT HIS SHERRY.
Kor several years before his death,
in ln.'if), frequent draughts of sherry
hcctfhie a necessity with Hi ow nr.
Owing to poverty, however, he was
ill able to provide it. Attracted by
the announcement, "Funerals sup
plied," II row no one day, when fati
gued in his rambles, waited upon un
undertaker, his face buried in a
handkeichief, his voice inaudible
liom emotion. The man ran for a
decanter of wine; Hrovvne dtanh
and was relieved, lie asked several
question!! about scarves and hat
bands, colihiH, hearses, mutes and
coaches. The undertaker assured
him that he would piovide all.
IJrowne al last stood up to leave.
"Hut you have not told me when
I am to find the rcmaiiiB," rctnniked
"You said you would find every
thing Hud ihe body," exclaimed
Hrowne, as ho left the house and
rnnidlv turned the corner. X'or-
I icspondenccof J)anlel O'CojiIieJJ.
On 3IOXDAY, April aSlh,
.T l'i O'CLOCK OO.V.
At my Milesrooni, ijueen stipei. I will
sell ut Public Auction,
1-Tho-e Valuahli) Pienil.-is hlliiuteil
on the collier nt Niiiiiinii -tieel and
Kul. ill l.aue, mid known n- the
The l.ot has n fioiilnge of ulioiit !tl feet
on N'lllliillll siict't ami 1 l!ll feet ikep.
!2-Hlory AVoodon Huildiiii
On the piemlNi's vvliieh eun lie u-eil n c
a stuii' and a lodging hou-e. Theiei-al-o
a '.'-Itooiu Coitnge on -nine lot.
2 The I'reiiiKe- adjnhilim hot o. 1,
and liiivllign fioiiliif'o of :i."i teel on
N'iiii.iiiu -tu-et ami u depth of litit
feet, with a
4-Room Cottage & Out-houses
Jtiay'Tlil- sale offei - un iiiiii-inil oiinr
liuiliy to Inve-t In good i;iIiiu' ))
prll.l', ;ltli:iled on llie liiillu slieel ol
This flnite 'h of a iri.iui;iihii form,
having ilnce surfaces wlitrli mu icvi-iid
Me, ro tlut a separate I0i.siu tnee cm lie
useilonaltciiititoiliiVH; or it ihe cue sur.
fnco in oniiisu of lite hliows any wonr
then the othur can lm turned up. mill so
on the oilier, liiiiUlng it eipi-d in duvii
liilily to Unco du-tinct Utatus.
von hvi.k Jiv iin:
Foil htrect, Honolulu,
M2 tf Oprosilc HpreclteK' I'.iink,
i mmT n i
I IUIU I 1"" H i
At Kidilklnul. Muni, there will he sold
nt Piihllc Aiietioii,
On TUESDAY, May 01 li,
COWS, HEIFERS and CALVES
po rr STUEKT.
A1MMVAL OF THE 1JA1JK "J. I). UltEWKIt." FULT, LINKS
Qinmlioo niirl flaiioiiQl HIToflf
UU JU11UI) ""." uuu ".- uuuuiui
'jirr: old kstablisiikd favouitk
Eddy Refrigerators & Ice Chests.
A New Line of (ihswiiie
lleliahle Goods at Kcasonnhle
PAC3IKICJ IfAlIDWAUK CO., (Un),
Fort Meiebant Sis.
o I'lller-i nre easily clenned,
and NKVKK become CUAUKKI) or
CKAZRI) by ehaiige or t'.'inperatuie ol
The Fillei big Medium Is a NATl'It A I.
STO.N'K, mined from Iheeaiih U Is
unlike iiuv other stout!.
t Docs Not Absorb and
Itecomo Foul !
IMPriHTlKS never PKNKTHATK
ll, hut He nu the siiitnci'. anil biieiuidly
llie stone leiiialns as jtuie ami while
afieryeius of u-e a- when tiiken fiom
COUNKll HOTEL & FOKT ST11KI5TS.
ew Goods- Wew Goods,
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste !
Full Lines of Persian E$u3!s !
The Oate City Stone l-'llter Is a per
feet ucecss. His the only leal tiller 1
have ever seen. I would not he without
one for tiny eoiisldeiatiiin. It couveits
our lake water Into the best drinking
watei In the u oi Id.
IIT.MIV M. I.VMAN, M. I).,
n:t:i West Ailnut- Si , Chicago.
HT For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opposite Spii'ckels & (.'o.'s Hunk,
imitt Foil sUcl'I, Honolulu.
K5'Fnr fui ther p.u ileulnrs apply ,to
IAS. T. AIOKOAX,
W2w l..n til Aiirljonrcr.
t7TThe Caltl.i can he seen nt the Pen
of Knhlklmil niivtlnie liefoie the sole.
r.;it iw J.C. FLQRES&CO.
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufiictiiicr of L'lilie.s'
mill Oenlh'.iiicn's . . A Ct V.
French Kid & Calf Skin Shoes CrllStaV a. bcniimail
I'l-cceil in- Hevveil; uIhii. HiiiIiIIi'h.
iHNuuonu SI., : : : 1. O. e..'01.
A (iUAXD MaMinenide Hull will tid.o
V place on Tlll'KSDAY. the mill
Mav, IHUO. at the Honoliilii IHlles Ar
mory, Heretaulii street, the pioeeeilsio
he given to Ihe I'ortngue-e Laules t'ha
illiililii Assoeliillou. Tickets of admis
sion 11.(111, will he -old Inter. .":' td
ALL AT 2.') CUNTS I 'Kit YAIIO-
AT VKIIY LOW 1M1TCKS-
I'cb 1-00 Cornor Hotel & Fort Stroolfi.
Nu. 79 & 81 : : King Street.
Al W. Wilfiht & Son's.
Having recoivid a full assortment of
OiriiageTiimnilng MutciiulR Horn the
K i8t, 1 am jiropnml to exreuto all onlcre
vvlili neutness Mini dcxpnlch at vriy ri.
We invito the Lailien of Honolulu "to call and inspect our
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
Fancy Eibbons, Shaded Tips & Ponipoms,
TUB F1NKST STOCK OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats In this city.
1 tJT OUH STOCK CAN'T HE HEAT, jgjl
Chas. J. FfiSHEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort A Holel sl,
j- t- Is fc