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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, E, f , MAT 3, 1800.
ywnu mw immai,--arirn trrmto khiiM' iutkmh
PUdfat to ntilhtr Sect nor Party
Hut titablithed for the benefit of alt.
Tlll'KSDAY, MAY 1, 1820.
An article from the llllo Kocorcl,
on "Home Manufacture ' repro
duced in the last Issue of ilu Ber
ifTiv, contains food for thought.
The Record holds that there, is n
good opening at Ililo for : fuinituie
manufactory, with the neee?ary
power and tnuteri.il provided by na
ture, and succeeds In making out its
case. The only thing wanting arc
capital ami enterprise.
AH INSIDE VIEW OF CHINATOWN.
The public U indebted to Misa
Kiniim It. Cable, well known as a
missionary among the Chinese, for
the llrit il-ally inside view of Chi
nese life In 'San Francisco. That
lady, in n paper read at tiiu beven
tceiith animal meeting of the Occi
dental branch of the Presbyterian
Women's .Mivdouarv Soeiet.v at
Santa Clua. has done more lo
ojipo'-e the hideous men al apeet of
the Chinese colony that I gt'omui.
all tbe time in our midst than all the
home. Tho laws of Phina GMietion
these pioceeding.- fS.ui Francisco
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
A cloc cst'umile of the amount of
iron ore the different Ainciienn
mines cpeel to ship this season will
foot up !,7C.0.000 ton.
The bill to pei mil rating in NVw
Jersey onl, tliht dns a eui Iris
boen puwd l the I.egi-dtitun ot
Auction Salos by Jaincs r. Morgan.
The mileage of the new railway?
newspaper which have so far sought in construction in the United States,
to illustrate the subject. TKc r?n- according to carotid st?llstiej, i-i
Vineyard street, a public thor
oughfare leading from Nuuanu Ave
nue, near the lit st bridge, to no
where, has cost the Government for
making and repairs but little, ii
anything. In Hue weathci its con
dition is pretty nood, but in rainy
weather it is the reverse Tn-pn. ers
residing in the locililv are begin
ning to think (hat they have been
neglected, and may, if the neglect
continues, become restive.
Thanks, many thank-, lur the at
tention gi en by the road authori
ties to the new street don't know
its name between beretntiia and
Hotel 'tieets, and connecting Nuu
.uiti with .Mautiakea street. The
grading ami crowniug have been
done, and metal is being laid on.
l.ven should the work cease at the
present stage, a great improvement
lets been effected. The pest-holes
have disappeared, and water ha- a
chance to escape.
That white American or Hiiro
poan labor is not suited to the.se isl
ands is hugely, if not purely, an
a' sumption. The experiment has
never been thoioughly and ration
ally tried. As to the estren.e heat
which white people are s-ud to be
incapable of enduring, in the first
place, our gicatest lie.it is moderate
in comparison with that of some
countries where while men are the
only laborers, and in the seeoud
place, a l.uge pioportion of these
islands where labor hi required, is
scarcely subject to what i (onsider
il tropical heat at all
lfeie is 'i quotation from the .Wl
vorlisei. "The National lfcform
p.ut foimally, definitely, and pub
Ih ly, thioug'.i one ef its leading te
presi'jit'itiws, places itseli on record
as being in Invor of ousting the
bo.ml ot lleakh for no other ru.won
than that it Ins faithfully executed
ihe Tgiegilion law, and in cold
blood proposes to tin n l.iiuO lepers
loose nn this community, and it
.isles lor votes to cnrr.v this policy
into execution." This it. stmng
l.uigutige, but lacking in Ihe iinport--t
nt element of tiuth, in so far as il
Mules lo the National Itcform parly.
If a solitary individual places him
self on iccoul as favoring this
p.'ilicv. he ccilainl' does not re
present liie party. 'Wo shall no.t
have the Adveiliser conlcnding that
the Attorney flcncral represents
ihe Cabinet in h?- view of tiervly
matter's and the Colonelcy.
THE BASEBALL GROUNDS.
The Advertiser makes out a
plausible case against the baseball
people siiiiotindingtheir new ground
by a high boaid fence. The strong'
est points again-t the fence are its
uiisighiliness and the probability of
its being an obstruction to the circu
lation of cooling bieecs. As to the
exclusion of carnages and lioise
buck udeis, thai is considered by
-nme as a swong argument in favor
of the fence. The tendency of the
fence to shut out the hoodlum ele
ment may bo (oiisiderrd sis- another
iiigiimeul on its side. The olrVet to
the two admittedly strong points -iiiisightlrnes
and the liability to ex
clude desirable brcees is found m
the question, how are the "boy.s"
otherwise to socuic funds for meet
ing expenses? After the grounds,
with grand stands, etc., aie put in
a desirable condition, to maintain
ihem in that state, and to carry out
other designs ol the baseball
league will require considerable
money all the time. Who but
those who have the pleasure of
witnessing the play should be re
quired to furnish the necessary
money? And what bettor, nioie,
i quitnblo, and easier way of collect
iiiii it than by erecting a fence and
i hnrging a sni'ill intranee leer It
s not intended to ll- the entrance
Ice so high that Ihe rich only can
son is that, ns a missionary, she
gained an opportunity to inspect
Chinese Interiors that has been per
sistently denied to representatives
ot theprcsa. Miss Coble has not
made any revelations that are a sur
prise to tho students of Chinese
manners and customs. The condi
tion of affairs she describes has al
ways been known to them hypothc
tlcally that is to say, that whatever
habit's, vices, or peculiarities exist
ed in China were Mire to be found
in that fragment of II which is locat
ed in the heart of old San Francisco.
Hut speculations of that kind lack
tho force and power of actual obser
vation linde on the spot. It should
be known to Senator Hoar and other
Chinoohiles of the Senate, the gush
ing philanthropists ot the Now York
Chamber of Commerce and tho$c
great metropolitan journals which
always know u great deal more about.
other people's alfairn than llicy
do of their own, Hint there is grow
ing up in thin country a polygamy
of mote horrid and repulsive char
acter than is to be found in I'talt.
It is llouri.shing in San Francisco
and is budding in every other Ame
rican city where Chlnee ate gath
ered in numbers. Miss Cable says
that three or fom wives are found
in most Chinese households. These
wives ate pineiiasou in ine siave
mart of an American city. Likely
girls fetch fiom tflOOO to $8000.
Wo mav add that they do not come
so dear in China. Four hundred
dollars seems to be about tho aver
age price there, except in times ol
famine, when rates isileniueh lower.
There is, therefore, it would seem,
margin enough to buy their way
through the not veiy close or com
pact Federal banieis.
Tliesc numerous wives do not iiu-po-e
any very heavy burden on tin;
Chinese' polygami-t. Thcie is no
deep trouble on hi- mind nn the
subject of Kastci bonnets. Miss
Cable says that the purchase money
is the lir.st and last expense of Chi
nese wives. The model husband
makes them woik as seamstresses lor
the Chinese Mores fiom twelve to
sixteen houis pet day. They are
never allowed lo go out. We may
add that they may be sold over
attain when the Chinese pioprreloj
tires of them. This, abhorrent as
it is, is a pictur.' of tlio most reput
able feature of Chinese life. The
uirpilsfd leadei will probably in
quire why some effort has not been
nv.de to bieak up thi. polygamy,
which is sprouting out all over the
ountry, and which is so much wur-c
than Hie l.indicd institution tmin I
in Moiinnudiiur' There is a great
deal of truth in the sententious re
mark of Miss Cable that the Ameri
can dollar is more potent with die
policeman and politic i.in than the
American Constitution or law. Thero
has been a ureal deal more of this
debasement on the pait of our olll
oi.ds than is generally suspected. II
1,03s, 7,011 miles me surveyed or
undei wiuvcy; 'J, SIM miles of lines
in c not yet sitrv eyed The new con
struction will tall for probably
2,000,000 torn of rails.
It is asK-ited that the law of Ohio
will be changed to have the Presi
dential electors in that Stale ap
pointed. In the event of a Demo
cratic Legislature in a Presidential
year this would give that putty the
electoral vote of Ohio.
The Oicsniiian llailro.id Line,
nnriovv-gaiijje, including all the roll
ing stock, depots, etc., was -old at
l'ortlund, anil fi. Koehler of the
Southern l'acitlc was the purchaser
at 81,000,000. This formally glvis
the Souther ii I'acillu Company title
to the nanow'-gauge lines ricently
purchased by il.
Judge McCoiiiiii, who signed the
warrant for tho execution of John
I'.roivn, died at Foil Scott, Kan.,
recently, aged -eventy-four years.
He was Lieutenant (loveinor of Vir
ginia at liie lime John l'.iown was
hanged, and the iigning of the war
rant devolved upon him In the ab
sence of (Joveiiior Wise.
The Ollleial Gazette al lln Mexi
can Capital publishes III" cones
potideme with the Fulled States
Unv eminent iihoiit the Apaches, in
which Mumk) ptntcsts against the
Aparhcs being liberated nest the
frontier, and Secretary Blaine pto
mi'cs to study the question.
An American named Matthews at
tempted to drop from a balloon by
the aid of a parachute at Croydon,
lately, and came near losing hi lilo
lie became entangled in the cot ding
of the air-ship and dangled help
lessly underneath, lie was carried
several miles in this way, and linally
lodged on the peak of a too'f and
A Chinaman of piaUeworthy am
bition, whose knowledge of Knglish
was picked up at a Cluisliau Sunday-school,
has hung up this sign,
the woik ol his own hand, in the
window of his South Eighth stuct
establishment 'v.l. Reward for
hoys to tlnow stones throuuh this
windows. Allien '"-- fl'hiladclphia
TO-MOHKOW. Mny ami,
AT Vi O'CLOCK XOOX.
tin the whiiif, foot of Ntntitriii Mieil, I
will M-ll in Public Auction,
30 Cords of HARD FIREWOOD,
I.inded from the Morning Sin
MnMV,TrVm TfiftrnVrfr.JfcWliMMi !!
.'.I J It
Kayiolaui Pari Lots
On MONDAY, Mny , 1SSIO,
XT 1 O'CLOCK MHI.V,
At mv Sali'sroom. Queen stieei, 1 will
M.1I at I'tihlle Aiietion.
i Lots at Ispiolaiii Park,
r.l. 6.' . .';.!.
'I In- Lots me situated oppoilfe the
(jiiiitn Pole r.n ilm nmln loail. 'Ihe
l.oi s .ue fi'iued ami' have water lshl
'I lieie Is a lnij;c .slahle with lm snM
nn tlie Lots nmMict n enuveiikiil hit (in
hiii'somcn at the llih of June races.
',j- I'm putleiilni- appl.v to
.IAS. V. 3I01JOAN,
Is issuing a new fotm of instil mice which provides, in tlie event of death, for a icturu of nil pn niiiims pnid in ad
dition lo the amount, of the policy, or, should the insured survlvo n given number of .vents, the Company will
leltiin all the premiums paid with interest ; or, insteatlcf accepting the policy and profits in cash the lecal holder
may. WITIIOUTMEDICALEXAMlNATlONand WITHOUT FntTIIKR l'AYMKNTdF FKFMU'.MS, lake In
lieu thereof the amount of policy and ptoflts in Fl'LLY PAH) I'P insurance, pailiclpating antiually in dividends.
Remember, this lontroct Is Issued by the oldest Liie Insurance Company in tho Foiled Slates, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Sis Millions of Dollm.
ifir For full oarticuluts Call on or addresi
IXi'-y l-bli Geneial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Q tr l" Vp E"9 tf
ALWAYS OX llAXI) AND TO ORDER
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns
I itOi h lileml,
Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Roiis,
Water Ci ackers,
Shooily Ccii l.r I-,
:i aiil Saloon Bread, Jumbles. Ginger Sins, Com
Admlr.lstrator's Sal ol
8 H A RES!
1 . .1. 1.IVIV.
I'l II I I'illl Ill's
I.I --si 1 .
Manai.I i V.
On TIIUitiDAY EVCHISG, Hay I si,
llv nlilcr ol ( eell liiiiwii. lNi.. Ail-iitiiil-ti
.itor r tlu- r.--(alit ill J'.. I'leton.
ill cr.Heil, I will n-ll al Piihlle Aueiiiiu,
til my Siile-ioom. cnietn slicil,
On .MONDAY, May X, 181)0.
AT l!i O'C I.Ot'K :0.
100 Shares of the Capital"Slook ol
the Hawaiian Investment Co.
I'.ir Value -W Knell.
I Share of Kupiolani Park Asiociu
tlon. Ami it s uiie time 1 will - II
$5,000 Oe-verninont G Fcr Cent.
25 Sluros of Inler-island Sleam
Nuviijation .Co.'s Slock.
'n Gains. Bit, lie.
Collce, Ten, Cheeol.rlo .1 Milk, .
Spiced Tongue, Spieed Reef, Snl.uU
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AR3EBIGAN CIGARS !
S.fSr nd will be DELIVERED FKEE of OIIAltdK to any jurt i.f the city.
JUIJOIj ol' 1'A.MI0:
Soucil I'igV Keel, Cold Hani,
A l.Vltar. AHS0I1TMKN1' Ol'
PijM' & ClK'iii'i'ltu Tolntcco, Pipes, Cignv & OiR'aretto liToldiU'fl. (Jold DiiirkH, lite.
&.T&" Open rioin :M a. m. until U.nO i'.
Miiiu.il Telephone 'JH. Tost Oilico Ro 17S.
ji. Saturday night, opt u all mlit. iiill Telephone '.'.'"'J.
LANDLORD'S SALG OF
Goods fe Chattels
T B9B s'ia
K. T. JJtA.XIJSY. JTfiiisxS-ei'.
i BUM - OBEAEHI
(ue the ini-(ioj ineul
V I 1 tipM II III I tit! C.II'.H Mollll .ilel
Ki ll'l(iiw Hi tin i
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Willi New Scciieiy.V Appolillilli'lil
Kb -I appeal. iiipc ef Ihe
Wgmlerrii! Clilld Actress, Dona Wolter.
: 1 1 :;t
a full tatenu'iit could be made of it,
it would probably shock tins coutili y
a, it ha-, never been shocked bcfoio.
Utit thii polygamy business could
not be easily piovcd in coutt. If
liioiccdiiis ehouhl be iiihtitutcd to
brinn any of those foreign poly
irainiils to justice, witnesses v. ithmit
number would be brought forward
to prove that the women were &eain
sticsur and not coiicubiniw. Tlie
simple tale of Miss Cable, backed
as it is by all that can be aincd
troni the .study of the litciature
tlrat is attainable in relation to the
Chinese, would be laughed to -coin
in tunic courts. All this, it will be
noticed, bears on the home and bet
ter, if nich a qualification i admit,
able, life of tho Chinese dear to the
heatl of Senator Hoar and the
philanthropic cltippera of Wall
street. What shall be said of that I
othei and still baser foini ot which
Miss Cable speaks, In which young ,.,,,.. ,,., , ,,..
.. 1 f i. , I ... , ..,.. ' I I I I - IWlli illi;i UVtlMLl il Mil
;itn iirw iij. jt v ' .... v i .
lor purpo-ies so unspcauamy mii:
thai thoeil has to be diawn over
C?y" l!o plan now upon.
Hawaiian Lime I
r.i r,o rest i:Actiti;i..
PACIFIC HARDWAUECO., L'D,
".13, .)le .i'iils. tf
f Kate of the Customs i
Hi j,-s leave to Iciorrn the public, iner
chillis ami nllieis, thin, he Is prepaieil
In iinilritaKe the collection ot lillN, ap
pinNer woik, ami making lnveii'oi.m
of Ijankiiipt ami othei stocks I'. (.
lin. So. :;.:.:. .'f.' ijiii
this phase ot the CIiiiicm! Question.
These facts are recommended to
the silent meditation of thu truly
muni men in Xntv York mill else-
b. , , , .1 ..-. . l
wllCie wno atimnu me vuiiiesu iur
tlu1 fares thoy pay and go in for the
biotheihood of man ami a dividend.
Miss Cable does not speak of that
other hlavcry in men which is dior-
coniis ami (jiiineMj provision iiiisi-
ne-s wllh other., al Koloi. Kauai,
undei the Hi in iiiuiio of .Veil Minn (,'o ,
has sniil out his Intel est In Mild lui-l-iiiss
lo Chilis Yef, "ho aci-uiiics all liii-hllltlt-
ami colli 1 1- .ill bills ol -aid Nee
i .liuiiCu. .'II lw"
NOTICE of KK3IOVAIi.
lam iiisliuried lv .lauiis J!. Hull.
.II., lo -I'Uut l'ulilie Aiietion
Osi MONIUY, !y Pith,
at ro o'l'r.uisii. A. ji.,
(If sidil dn.al m.V Silesniniu. (ililjilien
htieet, in rim ('ill ot llomiliilu, lln1 fol
lowing iloM'iiliPil (.noils anil ClntleN of
I'dok LllliR, a lat( teu.illt ot s-i.d James
K. Holt. .Ir., in said ( uv of Honolulu,
iliHttarrieil for .iiie.u- of lenl. ami h i
lugboiii held Hie statutui.v lciuth ol
lime by the slid, lames !. lloll.Ji., l:
Chinese & Japauese Crockery,
Ami Ollur Uuri'J. Ciiilos ami Other
(Snorts, (liitleN and Ktlects of s.ild
Took Lunu. lalwn fiom his Kline In
'Holt's Hint I.,'' Nuii.iiiii -lii'i't, in said
flt.v ot Honolulu
J AS. V. 310KOAN,
.1. M. Minir.iii.it Alloinej forl..imlloiil
Honolulu. April i!3. Ih'.iti. Ms id
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILL A & IRON WATER,
Giiipf We, Hop ill, ErrBDadinB. Rasiferyiifle, Sarsaiarilla, Iieral Mm, Eic.
aj" All coniinuniontfoiis and ordors shonld lo adclrccscU lo
BENSON, SMITH 3c CO.,
flute, Htv Slue Filler !
M "Joliii I). Brewer"
jffaaixi'M "mmwwmv lr?ST
B. F. EHIEES & CO.
Oil FOltta" XJ?IDET.
iiav i: Jt"r Hi:cr.tvi:t) . vkiiy i.Atifit: .shonrMi:sT ok
StapiSt Fancy Dry Goods,
VaDIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
All will ho hold at KeiiHonahle Piiue.s.
iMITII havlii'T letnoveil lo the
J.Xm New Jtili I, Mine, on Toil slieet,
netto.Mi-. Laek'.s. the -ioie will ho
nni.lni: our Industiies heenusi; evi- dosed uoin Api II :0th to M.iy fith. In
deiitlv it did not come within tin
sphere of her nbsci ration. Utit it '
repoL's ou just as scenic a founda- '
lion Hi the other and nioie repellant ,
slavery which she has exposed. (
These male .slaves enter Into eon-
tracts in China lor labor and service '
for lonfj terms in the 1 'ruled Status, I
Vein, lliail aniU.Cuha. Tips new
blare trade is openly eauied on in
all these countries except the I'nit- j
eel .Stalls. Jt is foimnlly reeognu
eil by C'lun.i in tho trealiei with
tho?e nations. In tlio 1'niled Stales
the slave, are consigned to the .six
Companies. These slaves leave their
families at home in the condition ol
hostage for tho faithful pet form
ancn of their contracts, it thev fail
to fulllll theit ohlijialions, tlu-ir
inotheis, lathers or sisters, tu tho
rise may he, am sold into lav cry nl
mlrr lo n ananrru the toiK, Dm iie-
tieewlllhe alveu In ,aluid.i.v's p-iper
of the opening ila.v. -'ill lw
A 1ST CLASHES!
MJI. KAltNI'lKI.I) will lesnipf
elas-es ou 'I I'LoDAY, Mav litli,
Di.ivvlnti and I'aiutlii In Ollh.iml Wa
ter Colors. .sht ,v tih.nle. Slip l.lf,
ami l'luie l'linlln. nnlio. spiee.
kel-' lifliuk, I lilt stlil'l. ..in Jw
Al.liWI) Miisipieiaile II ill will lake
pi on whunkshay the nth
.Maj, l-'io, at Ihe Honolulu Jtliles Ar
nioiy, Itoiet.inla -tied, thu pimeedslo
he ilvi:u to thu I'oi tujrucMi Ladies (Jha
ritiihlii Afsoehtlon. Tiekots of admht-t-ioii
tsl'o. Tickets may ho hud at Ha
waiian News Co., HolllsteriV Co., I!('i
son. hinlth .'. Co., T. (. Thiiini. O. .1.
MeCutliV .mil II, . I. Nolle. f..'i!i
.1 list Arrived fium Ito-lon.
C. BREWER & CO.
in i ru inn ai r v
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar aud Corning Buggies,
Ksieuslon Top Ciihiiolei,
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar,
riiiin thoielebraieil niauiif.ieioij ol
(!eo. L. Biowuell. New
Sure fin i will-,
(II the well-known Hole ,V Oooil
t"- The puli le arn Invlled lo lnpeel
tlieHi (oodb at the stoie ol
,Vt; ia ilMll l.-tieej.
'Ihis- 1'ilten aie e.lsllj ilean-eil.
nml NP.VlUt heeome OiCAfM'.l) or
fliAZKO hy ehanjje of i"inpei.itiue of
ihe w iter.
'I he rilieiini: Medium is a NATI'K I.
STUM', milled Horn lliee.uth It Is
unlike any other stone.
II Doom Not Absorb nnd
IUmmmiic Foul !
IMITKITIKS novel l'l'NTntATK
it, but lie on the iufiu". ami Intel nally
Ihe i-tnim leinallis as puie and white
after veins ol u-e as when in ken from
OtrrDh'iiniikini! Donurtnrent under the iir.innuen.ent of MI S3
CLAUK wifj btiTXrjieucd about .May 12th.
; . ,u.!
Pacific Hardware Co.,
w N ., FOKT rSXRIi31i:i
AUUIXAL OK.TIIK HAH1C ".I. I). UKKWM'K." l'l'LL LINTS
' ARK'IIIrilKAL I.IIfMWBKNTS,
Siiiliss -:- anil -:-- Guml MoreluBilss
Till' OLl KHTABLISI1K1) KAVdlUTL
Eddy Refrigerators & Ice Chests.
I.iue of Clasi-wMie .TubI Keeeived.
j i y Helialilo (IockIh at I'e.iFouahlo lhiee.
rACIKIC UAItDWAItK CO., (L'n),
Tort & Moiehant fit h.
'IlieCVile City .Slone Ultil Is a per
leei riiecess. It U thn only leal tiller 1
have ever seen. I would not he without
one foi niiv eoii-hh'iatlon. It eouveils
oiii I il.e water Inlo the hest UiIiiKIiil;
W.llei in the woihl.
Ill Mil M.l.VMAS.M. D..
..l.". West Adams M , t hlcio.
HT Tor S'lh' h
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Dpi nipi pi(ckih A ( o.V Hunk,
4i!) tt Fort stieel, Honolulu.
Gustav A, Schuman
Nn. 7'J & 01 : ' Kin Street.
At W. Wrlshl v. Sou'h
Havint' leocivid a full iissoitniint of
'firrlaKcTilinmiiif; Mutorlil from the
Enst, 1 run preaftied loiixecutoull orders
wllh ni'MneBs and dedpateh atvuiy rcn.
si n ihle r.l s
a a 7.10 ly
CORNI2K HOTEL & JFOllT STItEISTH.
New Goods. New Goods.
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste !
Full Lines of Persian Mulls !
',.'-: ALL AT 25 CKNTS I'KK YAM) r-
I Feb .0l)
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