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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., APE1L 2fi, 181)0.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But tstablithtd for the btntfit of all.
FRIDAY, APRIL LVi, 18DO.
The Advertiser atlmils tlial our
impression cnnccruiiig the nature of
the promoted treaty was right alter
all, but cannot eoinpiehend why
there should be objection to the
"mutual consent" clause. Our con
temporary seeing also not to iindci
stand that in the possible event of
the United States ultimately admit
ting from all countries free of duty
. the same products ai come free
from us, the treaty would be of no
benefit to us, and at the same time
we would be powerless to levy duties
that might be considered necessary
upon imports from that source.
We are requested to correct the
following statement in the letter of
"12." published in Thursday's hsuc:
"At present it is common practice
for the friends of those unfortunates
at the Receiving station to meet them
at the batten gales in such close in
tercourse that, in effect, the pur
poses of segregation are fnntnited."
Tncrc arc two gates, we are inforin
e.1, at the place in question, with a
space of eight feet between them,
which is the closest means of inter
course at that point. Then there is
a double partition with a space of
four feet, one of the walls being
open with a wire screen at a certain
height, in a house near the gate.
Here inmates may converse with
their friends under shelter without
earning in contact with each other.
Kim rut Hum.ktix:
Lest the article published in the
Rcu.ktin of April 2:J, headed, "The
Treaty Inwardness," purporting to
bo a Washington despatch, should
mislead some persons who may not
be well informed on the subject in
dicated, I have copied from a vol
ume, entitled, "The Foreign Rela
tions of the I'nited States," and
printed by the United Stales Gov
ernment, and published to the world
eight years since, which volume has
fallen into my possession, the tollow
iug plain and imerUioca! lan
guage: "The Government of the I'nited
States has, with unvarying consist
ency, manifested respect for the
independence of the Hawaiian King
dom and an earnest desire for tiie
welfare of its people. It has always
felt and acted on the conviction that
the possession of the islands by a
peaceful and prosperous power,
with which there was uo possibility
of controversy or collision, was
desirable, in reference to its own
large and rapidly increasing inter
ests on the I'acilic. It has declined,
even at the request of the Hawaiian
people, to assume over their attain
a protectoialc, which would only be
a thinly disguised domination, and
it ha? confined its efforts and influ
ence to strengthen their government
and open to their comineice and en
terprise the readiest and most pio
fitablc connection with its own mar
kets; but this policy lias been based
upon our belief in the real and sub
stantia! independence of Hawaii.
".Iami: G. Ri.aixk,
"Department of Slate, Washington,
November P.", 18K1."
"This government has on previ
ous occasions been brought face to
lace with the question ot a piotcct
orate over the Hawaiian group. It
has, as often as if, arose, been set
aside in the interests of such a com
mercial union and such rcoiptoeity
of benefits as would give to Hawaii
the higher advantages and at the
.same time strengthen its independ
ent existence as a sovereign state."
l "The United States was
one of the first among the great na
tions of the woild to take an active
interest in the upbuilding of Hawai
ian independence and the creation
of a new and potential life for its
people. It has consistently endeav
ored, and with success, to enlarge
the material prosperity of Hawaii on
such independent basis.
".Iamls G. El.AINK,
"Department of Slate, Washington,
December 1, 1881."
The above views, thu-- expressed
by the American Secretary of Stale,
eight years since, are in entire har
mony with the published avowals of
hi predecessors in the same olllcial
position, and are also in complete
accord with the language of his suc
cessors in the administrations of
Presidents Arthur and Cleveland,
and there arc no reasons for the be
lief that Secretary Elaine under
President Harrison has changed his
previously expressed opinions.
About one thousand five hundred
delegates were, in attendance at the
Cttltlememen'a Convention at Pott
MR. WATERHOUSE SPEAKS.
On the 1st of May 1 shall have
been !!D years a resident and tax
payer on the islands. I have for
some time past been engaged in im
proving property, as Mr. (J. R.
llishop, .Sir James Campbell, Mr.
Afong, and a few others have done.
Allow ine to spook out.
On every hand, from mechanics
and otlieft, they complain of the in
competency ol Mr. Howell aa Super
intendent of Works. An honest
man but suited for a grazier or some
other calling in life. Also the Road
Supervisor, a most unfit man for
I that service. lie may be a military
engineer, of which 1 know nothing.
lie is incompetent in regard to rond
malclng. It would take a Leslie Il
lustrated News to give the proofs.
The Secret Treaty : As an English
man, 1 do not propose to be swal
lowed whole as an American sugar
coated pill. I want as a tax-payer
to know if there is any calomel in it.
You -ay in last night's issue, "All
citizens have a positive right to
know what the Government pro
poses." I believe just the same
thing. When some military indivi
dual iceeived from the King S-'"00
to go to Canada to make a secret
treaty, the late premier furnished
SI'jOO out of the Treasury, and
when the new Government came in
that amount had to be returned ;
but as lie was unable to do it a sub
scription was raised to refund what
came out of the ticasury. If they
were my own sons or brothers, how
ever much 1 might approve of the
language when J had read it, I
should object to such a course inde
pendent of the I.egislatuie, the same
as 1 should to the three Tooley
sheet tailors in their proclamation,
"We the people of England." The
public mind i- disturbed in regard
to the secret tteaty, and us citizens
and tax-payers we have a right to
know. Xo wonder the jeopaidy we
are placed in.
.Ions Thomas Wateiiiioim:.
April '-.", 1890.
THE MARSHAL'S SCARE.
In lc-s than four weeks from now
the Legislature will be convened,
and there and then no doubt the
Marshal, or the Attorney -General,
under whom he act, will have to
render an account of what seems to
be a piece ot extravagant folly with
a lingo of danger about it.
The Marshal six months ago, I
think it was in October, expected a
Chinese raid and kept the police and
prison oliiccrs on duty all the night.
Everyone outside of the Marshal's
circle laughed at the idea. Since
then the idea of a raid or a row has,
at various times, sat on Hie Marshal
like a nightmare. The Marshal has
not confined his police to the scene
of expected attack cither. A week
hist evening a citizen, Mr. J. Wiight
Cool; at the Quarantine Station, was
stopped and questioned near the
Opera House by two men who ad
mitted they were acting under the
Marshal's orders. Is this what
"Citizen" in the Advertiser con
siders "done ouietiy" and "without
ostentation;" or is "Citizen" the
elongated boomer himself who ap
pears in command at the Station
House on scare festivals?
If the Marshal has been informed,
as this "Citi.cn" says, that "cer
tain evil-disposed persons were
working pieparations to commit acts
of violence," was concentrating a
few men in the Station House the
proper way to meet the emergency:
Should not the general public have
been put on their guatd":
In a short time, however, we hope
it will be enquired into. Until then
uo doubt the Marshal and his band
of paltiots will continue the farce
which is making them the laughing
tock of the community.
THE RECEIVING STATION.
Eiuroi: Ihi.i.f.rix :
If E.'s letter i3 a specimen of
himself hu must be the filth letter in
the alphabet, if, as he suggests, he
would refuse permission to a patient
at the Kalihi Receiving Station, to
see his friends before the hoard of
Health had decWed that he had the
fatal diseae. Is not Molokai far
enough away for E. ': We cannot in
terpret his suggestion in any other
way. The public is not interested
in how many telephones E. puts on
the Miranda ol the hoard of Health
Ofllce, but we are interested in
knowing how many they have at the
Kalihi Receiving Station and how
they are managed. A. 15. C. I).
iit I'm t.i.i r-
CONTINUKD SITCLSS )'
Comedy & Dramatic Co,
Pil'ler the Direction of Horace
In the Ureal Comedy of
e Widow DSetlol 1."
In Three AcU.
tSTHeat- can be secured hi advance
for nnv night (luring the season at the
ofllce of I .I.I.cvev. r.KS't
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
FERNS & PLANTS.
.On TliTKSDAY, .May Im(,
AT 10 0'CI.OfU A. .If..
U the residence ot R. I. LILLIE. Px. ,
t.imnlllo "fleet. 1 will sell nt
Household -:- Furniture
UpholM Bed Hip,
Conibinalioii Secretary & Bed,
B. W. Bedroom Set,
A'h llcdiooni Set,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
Al-o, the large and vailed cullcc
I Ion of
f'oniiiMng the thirst
ever offered for
(33? Pieml'es open for inspection on
Wednesday. Apiil IMtli. from ID o'clock
a. m. in 2 o'clock e. M.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Wfi St Auctioneer.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
1. order of CECIL P.KOWN. Ks.?.,
r.ceiilor of tins Kstnte of Philip Milton,
ilefeic-eil. I win mII at Public Auction,
:it the hue Milton Itc-iiluucc, Klin; st.,
On WEDNESDAY, April 30,
AT III O'CLOCK A. 31..
The Entire Kouseh'd Furniture
WolM PARLOE SET,
I'anej (.'hair. Chnmlcllei
Large Driving Mnror .t tdielf,
Marble-top CENTER TABLE,
lilac!. Walnut lledrooni Set.
Lirge & Siniill Kim-., Toilel feN,
B. W. Wardrobes,
Hair iV Spifng Mattra-w-.
Pine Koa Waidiobc.
0, W. Extension Dining Table,
SIIvci Waie, Croekeij.
Itillip- it PleiiMl-, Hie..
1 JLCxpi-O-SS" V-li'Oll
1 Open Uuggv.
1 New ISral.c.
.IAS. F. MORGAN,
."in, Tt Ailelioneer. '
Ity older of fit:o. UTAH. KsQ.. Ad
ministrator of the INtatc of Mmarei
Keepin. deccasicd, I will-sell at Public
Auction, at my baleroom, ijitecu M..
On 31 ONI) AY, April 281 h,
AT lit O'CI.OCU XOO.V.
That Certain Parcel of Land,
SlltisUed on Xliuanil avenue null :iilolii
intlic Liia;!e Ilou-e jiiopcity. There
On the Lot, couliiiuin li IEooiii:, ul-o.
Oiil-boues, Stable-, Ktc.
C2T The preinl-e-i have a frontage of
Is leet on Niuuiliu street, and nic. I Hi feet
deep. Thi- U a desirable oppoiluuity
to obtain a "nod resilience.
JAS. F. MOllCJAN,
53.1 SU-eod Auctioneer.
On MONDAY, April 2Slli,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOO.V.
At my Salesroom, (Jueen -treet, I will
-ell ut Public Aiielion,
1 Th(ie Vahiable Preinl-rs -limited
on the coiner of Xiiuaau -tioct and
Knlviil Lane, and Known n- the
' Keegan Property."
The I,ot has a fronl,i;e. of about !!I feel
on Xiiiiiiiiu street ami U lit feci deep.
There I- a
2-Slory AVooden Buiiainjj,
On the prcmUes which can lie ii-ed as
a 'lore and a lode;nf hon-e. TlieieU
:Uo a L'-ltoom Collude on -iinie lot.
2 The PremKcs mljohilti I.oi Xo. I.
and having u fioiiin'c of :!. feel on
Xiiuaiiii ,-n eel and a depib of i:i:i
feet, wllb a
4-Room Cottage & Out-LouBes
CSSrThi'? sale offer- mi minimal oppnr
t unity to Invest In fjood pajlnu pio
peily, -It iititcil on Hie nuiln'sirecl of
JGJ'-I'or further partlcular.s apply lo
JAS. P. MORGAN,
W 1S0( H
Unsurpassed! Most Doliciouts!
Aud. Finely Flavored
Oi'iininentcil in r.vcrv Htjic.
Having a leputallon of D years in
Honolulu and being his own woik
man. Mr. Horn cm hell
Cheaper than at nnv other plnee In the
(Hi' II n ml ITKK
At S'j DiiIIiu'a u ;nlloii.
M.ule fi out the Wooilliiwn Celebrated
J HORN, .
Proprietor Pioneer Stcuu Candy Fae
toiy A. llakciy. r',l." tin
At Kablkluul. Mtinl, (here will be sold
at Public Auction,
On TUESDAY, May 'iOlli,
COWS, HEIFERS and CALVES
ti'I'lie Cattl.) can be .-ecu at the Pen
of Knhildiiili anytime before the :ile.
-I I w J.C. FLORES&CO.
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer of LadlcV
nuit Qvtitlcini n's
Franch Kid & Calf Skin Shoes
MAOU TO 01I1IEU.
rcmeil of Sewed: u1n. Kaitdlt'M.
IWNiiiianii .St., : : : P.O. P.o'.'OI.
apt T.'.'O Iv
Sugar lickiurT For Sale
1 Piituaiu Kiujiue l.'.V.Ii),
1 Tluee Jioller Mill.
1 5 feet Vacuum Pan,
Willi 50 Inch lb It A Killings
1 12'HiN'.i.1t Coinblneil Vacuum
1 H'xI'JxTxls Coinblneil Vaeiunn
ftgy- All In pmil order and condition,
ami reaily for delivery at the end of the
present yi billing 'e.ison. May be In
spected al IbiinaUini Mill, Paali'ilo, Ibi
wail, Applv lo
ntu i u i Theo. H. D ivies &Ca.
rpilK above rewind will be paid lo
JL any parly f;ivin evidence which
will lead to tiie conviction of the pci-on
iv ho throw a (tone or stone at one ot
the black swans. beluiiKine; to the K:i
plolanl Pari. Aochitliui, on Sunday,
the 'JOlh instant.
.V!4 1w Sucietary K. P. A.
7IKKWOOI) t-r sale :.l Hiiwiiiinii
CJiininieicliil Snleri om", coiner ol
Queen and Nii'n-Mi slue s. t'lfi t'
SALT FOIJ SALE.
JIIAVK recciMil 'i few lnmduit imgc
of fiill, oT the v..iy bc.-l ipnilliy
each has wi'f,;liiii; I'JO pnuiul-, I will
tell ul U'ty liiwi'pi price nl 1 tai'li;
tperial leilueiiou by the lou Oiderr
fiom oilier Ishindi. will lie iroini'll
altendid lo willi s-aisfnetlon fjuniim
teed. Adilru.-s till o-ders to
I'll an 1 111 HAM,
5lf0m flnbiio-iiii, Honolulu Ouliu.
FOR LEASE or PURCHASE
On JCuny Ti'i'iliH.
ss, rpilK Iteddencn-or H. I.
BViS A f.llIieonLinaliiosliu't,
uSffiS eoiiluinini' Dmtlili: I'tnlors,
Liirjiu Diuitii; Hconi. ! lledinonis, Drcs?.
big and l!:it li rr.otni, Kitchen and " Pan.
triei, Detiuhul Servant'!. House, Stable,
Coach Ilouso and Chicken Yind. The
Grounds arc 1U." f i ol fiont anil about
illTi fiet ikcp.and are all laid out with
PalniP, ltOBis mid Choice Plants. Will
be vacant on the I'tU May. Tl.o Fernery
and Penis lo bo removed unless imict'it
COTJ'AGK lo let near
town with I room-, bu-
cooUiue; and wash
hou-es attached. Addie-- "C. II T ,'"
earn liri.i.rns, .V'.l 1
ACOTTAGK coaviaiicnt lo
street cms. Would like,
i nuiel iilnce near Hotel. Mo.
deratu rent debited Aildri""? "(J. IV
Ilt't.i.KTiN Ofllce. noo If
MS A TVf r(!Ut f"r aonih a I.nrtti!
"e5a - liooin or tian, eiiner
3Scl Krnttml lloor or iinstuiri, inust
bu eenliully i-ltuuted. 9.1 If
lJenl Estjilo For Sale.
r, riWO Houses and Lots oa
fa X. Hobello L-iiie, Paliuna.
S Convenient to tteaiu mid tram
cur. Very ncaitny locaiuv. i.ot on
KiiiK street, near HaumuUu't; Lanu. For
purllciihiis apply to
JOHN P. 150WLKH.
OrClms.T.Qidick. 400 9m
Is issuing a new formyaf insurance which provides, in the event of dcatii, 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 yeais, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with interest j or, instead of accepting the policy mid profit's in cash the Icual holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT V IJKTHKR PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piolils in FULLY PAID UP insuiance, patticipating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Compnny in the I'nited Stales, abd the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred anil Thirty-Six Millions of Dollai?.
JCST Kor full particular call on or address
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
liimi! mil Saloon Breaa,
Coflec, Tea. Chocolate ,v Milk,
lil & CiR-ni'oUc Tohucuo,
gf Open from
Mutual Telephone 2U.
:P,0 a. M. until 9::i0 r.
Po.U Ollico Uox ITS.
Solo Proprietors of
Giipr Mb, Hep Mo, Grniiiiiii, RaspiiBrryaae,
sd- All I'OiiiinniuciilionM
Gate fit? Stone fc !
TIii'mi Vlltor. are. eailv eleau-ed,
and NEVER become CRACKED or
CRAZED by eliane of teiupeialuie ot
The Plltei inj: Medium is a NATPJt A L
STONE, inlncd from tliecatih It U
unlike nnv other "tone.
ft I)os Not AbHorl) and
IJct'.oinc Foul !
I.MPPRITIES never PENETRATE
It, but He mi (lie Mirfac. and Internally
tiie stoni' leinains a- pun and white
after yeais of u-e a when taken fiom
The Gate City Stone Filter Is a.pnr
feet Micces. It I the only renl lllter 1
have ever f-een. I would not be without
one for any eoii.slderaliun. It concits
our lake water Into the licit drinking
water In thn wot Id.
IlKMtr M. LntAX, M. D..
il;:;i Wet Adiitn !-t , Chleaso.
BP For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opposite Sprcokels & Co.' Hank,
40'J If Port slu.et, Honolulu.
Gustav A, gchuman
No. 70 & 01 : : King Street.
At W. Wiij5hUfcSon"3.
Having received a full assortment of
O.irtlnge Trimming Muteihds fiom the
East, I am prepared lo oxenutoall orders
with neatness mid despatch at very rea.
G. A. B0HUMAN.
&.BB IL B
03P IVISW Y03K.I5:
J IM Y M Kl l
ALWAYS OX 1IANM) AND TO OHDF.K
luns3 Rusks, Ooughnuis, Picnic Rolls
toils, fiiupr Kip,
And will l)e DKLIVEKKD KHKK of CIIAtiGK to any
JLJIJjJj ol 3FAK10:
r-'oncd Pig's Feet, Cold Ham,
n.. AMERICAN CiGi
a i.Aitni: AK&op.TMn.vr 01
IMiicf, Cigar & OigiivcUo
m. hnttirday mgiii, open
I ; LEPflOA
and orders should lo adds'cs.sod lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
--"- ! .n in. ir unman i i-tiittiiitmi Tmn'n, . .
Pr?i!ii Blsrrlnufam l!n S 'A
AIUJIVAL OP THE HARK "J. J). HUEWEIL" KPLI, LINES
PWlei Sillies -:- auti -: Geiieral fccliiso
1IIE OLD ESTAI5LLS1IKI) PAVOlilTE
Eddy Refrigerators & Ice Chests.
A i'cv Line of lihif-Mvnic .hint IJeccived.
Keliablo lioods at Reasonable Pi ices.
M & Ph ? &H 1 g
U raiBwll H feaaEaj
Full Lines of L
Full Litres of Batiste !
Full Lines of Persian
ALL AT ii.'i CENTS PER YARD
Wu invito the Ladies of Honolulu In call and inspect our
FINE -LINE of MILLINERY
FOR- 3BLrl?J3Xt ! .
Ftmcy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
THE FINEST STOCK OF
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
gjST OUR STOCK CAN'T 1JE BEAT. &y
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
; . Lending Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel ts.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Hiilli r Ciacki r,
Hoslon ClMel.l M,
OoIb m, Elc, Elc.
pail of (he ify.
Spiced Tongue, ftpieed Ilcef, Hnhidii, P.tc,
Uoidoi - H, CJd Drnil;.:, Etc.
nii nibi, y,(,
& IPvOIJ WATER,
pal fillers, Elc.
PAOIPIC HARDWARE CO., (L'n),
Port V Meieluint &'Ik.
& JrOKT STltERTS.
b Uu ax E2 ii y
W W hS tfi m
UCii u "- H W Ba H cJ' t9 fL5 n m K- Ufa
7 -.- 7
Cornnr Hotel & Fort StroIp.