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JJATLT HULLETI3S7 : HONOLULU, 1.1. t.f MAT f )ft)0.
WIUB- frulIW..WH..'LIw"' 'OlHWi'
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PUdztd to nrttktr Sett nor Party,
IhU Mtablithtd for the btttrtit of all.
MONDAY, MAY ;, 1890.
liUmatek has for yeuis bciu the
salt of Germany, he it Is who Im
piloted the shtp 'of Statu through
troubloti9 waters ; In hort ho h3
prnctlcnlly been the maker of Ger
many. And therefore his severance
cannot but be viewed with the (.'rent-
C9t concern, when the young. lini
peror ascended the throne it wns
prophesied that there would early be
counter running, and seemingly
there ha? been. Ah yet, however,
we only know the effect. Still, it is
possible to surmise regarding the
cause which bus led to theith
drawal of the Iron Chancellor from
the arena In which lie has made Ills'
personality, hh tact, and hii firm
ness so pro-eminent and so power
ful. Hismnrck hai tor a lengthy
period been known to us as the
merciless foe of Socialism In any of
its forms, and therefore, if he con
tinued in consonance with his past
principles, the storn llismarck must
have been diametrically opposed to
the Emperor's recent attitude on the
labor question. I'mpcior William
the latest is popularly accredited
with a will not very much less linn
than that of the Master Diplomatist
who has played so powerful a part
for many many years on the side of
the country lying so near his heart.
If we may accept the stories told of
the youny Ruler, ke is scarcely the
man to brook such iintvnvpting op
position as would comu from the
now past Chancellor when the sub
ject matter was opposed to his life
long principles nnd actions. And
i-o we may conclude this mutual be
lief in self infallibility has led to the
deparltup from ollice of a man who.
by consummate 'kill and ambition,
lifted himself from a lieutenancy in
the I.andivehr to the highest position
it was possible for him to reach
vivo that of actual Ruler, and a man
who ha-, been able to influence the
scales of Europe on the side of war
or on the side of pence. .Much as
we are opposed in thought to a man
who could argue that all great cities
.!iould be swept from the face of the
cuth because they were the centres
of Democracy and Constitutionalism,
a man who could prutnote stern cm
wades against the Pn-is, a man
wlioic views have been -violently
opposite to the advancing tendency
ot the age, still, in common with all
people, we possess a degree ot ap
prehensiveness as to the future, anil
view, at this particulai jiincliiie, the
tall of Himuaielc from power as an
umh'M'rable event. Whether it will
prove an occurrence partaking of
the nature of a calamity, or whether
the forfeit of a man possessing
maikcd reiuessive tendencies will in
the end be a good thing tor Ger
many remains for the future to dis
close. Regarding his successor one
can only marvel. Comparatively,
lie is a. man of insignificant iecord,
tint perchance he is one in whom the
Emperor imagines he sees great
i lungs. Dm- own opinion is -that
William II. seeks to be his own
Chancellor, a dual character scarcely
possible with ISisumick in the fore
ground, but easier ot accomplish
ment with a weaker man in the po
sition. Count Uisniarcli is still at
the Foreign Ollicc, but only tempo
larily so, and thus we take it he will
soon pass from active power just as
he eems to have glided fioin the
(times some think he aspired to wear.
The following remarks of Judge
Ris of San Francisco"" will boar con
sideration by patents:
Mrs. Frances A. Manning, princi
pal of the Sanohcz-sttect Primary
School, charged m 1th beating Charles
Vnndenboss, a pupil of in jrnts,
was sustained in hei action, yestei-'
day, by l'oltco Judpe Ris, wlio read
tha following decision in dismissing
1 do not thiuk the punishment was ,
cruel, harsh or disproportionate to
his ouense. I fall to discover nny
evidence of malice on her part, and
believe that she acted conscien
tiously, as she believed she ought to
do in order to maintain the proper
discipline of the school. Here let
me say thnt, tti my judgment, it
parents who send their children to
school would use less haste In taking
the port of those that need and re
ceive punishment for infractions of
the rules, but on the other hand to
give them to uudeistuuil that if they
got whipped for bad conduct there
they would gel another whipping on
their anival at home, the teachuiH
and principals would have less
trouble, and thero would not be so
many suspended or dismissed, who
might lcmain nnd receive the train
ing and education that would render
them good and respectable members
In my judgment the defendant
should be fully exonerated from this
charge and the case should be dis
missed and thedefendant discharged,
and It is so ordered. 'S. "' Call
gggjgllljgjg Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Important Sale I
Byovdoi of Mk. OOO KIM 1 wiliell
at Pirtdb) Anotlon, a: toy
On THURSDAY, Mny Hth,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
The whole of his Mock of iitcich.iiidlM!
A Goaaral Assortment cf Dry Goods:
Ladies & Gliildrens Straw Hats,
("orets, 11 itiy Rotiuot;. Hnttona,
ltucMes. Hoots A dimes Mlppeis,
l" loves, l.nets Shaw Is, Handkerchief a,
Feathers &. Flowers,
Ulihls. VlctoiUI.awns, Xtuis Veiling,
bllkt", Satin, Vehets, fallens
Luce (.'Hindus .lowehy, Etc. AW,
Men's, Boy's and Children's
.hipincsu Vie-c-. it Tea Pets.
I'lOCl.l'lT A Cl.lv'WUlC.
ilil a I.wige Vailelj of
Tweeds & Cassimeres,
In Lengths foi Willis.
On WEDNESDAY, Mny "J,
AT lO 0'CI,0 W. A. M
At the residence of. Ma. T. It. KKY
WORTH, lteretanla stieet (near Utiles
Aimoi.v), I will kpII at Public Auction,
on account of temporary absence, the
Household -:- Furniture
- -CompvUI f
OF NEW YOBK
AH AflCEL OF PITY.
One of the best-dressed women in
Europe is Marin l'iu, Queen of Por
tugal, as hIic is also the possessor of
some ot the most beautiful juw els, her
purines of rubies and diamonds being
famous. Although her manner is
somewhat n served and cold as com
pared with that of the King, who is
most sincerely loved by bis subjects,
she has earned for herself the popu
lar title ot "Angel of Pity," on ac
count ot the prominent pait she
takes in the piincipal charities in
the country The working of "omc
of these haritable enterprises is
personally superintended by iler
.Majesty , who devotes a ceitaiu por
tion ot her lei-ure to studying the
reports, and thus becomes acquaint
ed with evciy detail of the various
orgnni.aiions. New Yoik Tribune.
lipholHtcrc.l Parlor Cliati.
Mautel Mnror, Pictur. s,
B. W. Bedroom Set.
i tiltd's 11. V. Cilb, Haby Can lag.-.
B. W. Wardrobe,
lii'corulfil Dinner A- Tea So t,
Dining Konm I'm iiltmc,
Me.UNife, lee Ho,
A Lot of FERNS & PLANTS,
i:ie Kt-., i:tc. i:tc.
I't issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the. event of death, for a i edit n of all premiums paid in ad
dition to thn amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
rcluru all thn premiums paid willi'lntcicst; or, instead of accepting the policy and prollls in oaali the legal holder
may, WITHOirr MEDICAL EXAMINATION and Wl'lMlOLT I'TRTlIEIt PAYMENT 01-' PWUIIUMS, takn in
llt-u thueof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY r'AlD 11 insurance, pailieipatiiig annually in dividends.
Itetnotnber, this couttact la Icsucd by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the Lar
gest rinntiond Institution in the World, Its inset exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Dollars.
DaT For full particulars enll on or address
l)ee-2'-Sy ' Oeneral Agent for the Hawaiian Ilamlii.
a In a? v?
WMm wb a
JAS. l lOAN,
I.HW1S J. LEVKY,
CI te wwfl CZZ5
ALL GN THE SAME FOOTiNG.
It is utter tolly lor any section of
the c(iinrauiit to imagine they can
acquire an pail, advantage in
Samoa. That day iias gone by. The
only advantage that ever can be
gained by business people will be
acquired by fair commercial compe
tition. No linn, no matter to what
nation it belongs, will in future re
ceive any petty favor. The natives
will be free to dispoieof their goods
in an)' market they please; no iu
ht ructions or advice will be given to
thr-m to biing theii wares to the
fiennan linn tor sale, as practised
Ivy the late piemier, Hrandeis; the
Mcrvauts of the tJiown mny belong
to any nation; lliitisheri and Amei
leans when applying for a Govern
ment appointment will not now bo
ashed by any ISiaudcis whether they
can speak or wutu Ocnnmi, and
told that o'herwNc they were ineli
gible to llll any' ollice under the
Crown. This onesided rule is now
ended. Every member of the com
munity, be he English, German, or
American, or of any other nation
ality, has an equal right to be con
nected with the Civil Service If his
acquit cnieuls mo suitablu. The
main object to be obtained is the
general good of the country, and
not party gains. This K the course
that must be in future pursued, and
in a year or two, wo will not think of
enquiring to what country any of
oiirfoteign residents belong fSa
The Loudon Freemason. Mates,
that in .Spain they have "mixed
lodges." which give tho degiee-t to
the wiei of Masons. A Spanianl
in London recently avouched for hii
wife as a regular Mason.
A Canadian paper, the Era, d.s
cubes u marvelous perfoimcr, llert
Unlhan, born without aimi, who is
a Freemason, lie gives the gtip
accuuiteh with bib rmht foot, and
yet there are American Grand
Lodges which rule a man out be
cause he. has lost a little finger.
i1 j -. . - '
"Whal are you going to give up
foi Lent, Miis I'osuburtJ" a-iked
Charley do llolne.
"You!" teplied (he yinin wo
man. N. Y. Sun.
Mia. Suiidl (to star boarder)
Won't y oil hue some pound cake:
Star Hoarder Thanks, no. 1 for
got to put my bottle ot pepsin in
m pocket. Epoch.
"Why did you say to that blind.
'Here's a dime for you,' and then
give him a ccnl'r"
"1 wanted to cheer him up." N.
Pliplcin ! there any particular
night that Mr. Stormer, your star,
can be -.ecu at his best?
Manager Yes, pay night.
Dreamer What do V'U think of
Practical man I think it will pay
better to look stiaight ahead. Chi
She I'm sony to .ce this. What
is George Hocomb using mourning
He That wealthy uncle of his
has juM ictovcied. HarperS 11a
zar. MiiiNtcr Susnuviw some boys
fishing nu the Sabbath, my young
man. Did you do anything to dis
courage them ?
Small boy Yes, sli. 1 stole (heir
bait.-N. Y. Sun.
"Did you cor notice one thing
about green bauds?"
"They haye uch awfully icd
hands?" Harper's llazar.
Pti 'S 's A- It.illi,'
At Tha Beaver Saloon
H. .. X05.TK. Prflrlo(or.
IS CJ 1LT .A.IV O f:i? JR.I3 JEri
ALWAYS O.V HAND AND TO Oltnr.K
Buns, Busks, Donghniifs, Picnic BoSss3
Oralmui Hi tail,
.S. ila Cracker',
Hntter Crai kwrv,
m, Bit., 1.
HJ&r Anil will be HELlVKItKI) FREE of" CHARGE to any pint of Ihc city.
15II-.T-. ol ITAlfili;:
t.'on'oo, Tea, Ubocnlate it-
Soused Pig's Feel, Cold Ham,
The A 1 iUounviiilp
W il l-iut llonoliilii loi il.e .) .w-
. port mi
On WEDNESDAY, Mny ,
AT 11 O'CLOCK XOOX,
In ft tun of inv Salc-i-oriin, Queen stieel,
Iwlll -ell at Pulille Anotlon, for ae
count of whom It ma eoneeiu
2 New Piano Box ltaiss,
'leel Axles .V 'I hei-. made t.
I B. U. rtoa-t Horv?, trot In 3 nilu. or bettst ;
1 VVIillo Carrlaun llotso, 0 jeais ntii:
I Uiy Carrlajo ll;rsc, 5 year o!il:
1 7horou(jhbrcil Trollcr "CAtnO,"
1 Set Dunscomb Single Harness
J3PT"I he altnc flock can be sienat
any tbnu prcvlmi to -ale at iho stalile-,
rear ot lledwimi A W'alkurS eaipeuier
-hop. Klnj; 5ttew.
Hpieed Tongue, Sjiicfd Reef, Hnlnilp, Ele.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
A I.AIIOE ASHOIll.MKNT 01'
Plpo & Clft-avette Tobacco, Pipes, Clffnr & Cigarette Holdorx, Cold DriuIiP, Etc
gMT" Open from :i:30 a.
Mutual Telephone 241. Post
m. until 9:30 r
OlTiee lio 17S.
open all night. Hill Telephone 82.
WftCflJHJWWlli.WMI illlMMWJMM fag.IMMMMWTIWM .IP.JTCT! a.'MCTQJKKWBMBtf FJgCWCmamJMUtMgSl
l. r.V. J&A.XHsT21Y
.1 B?ii naraR nfTfir a
mm-. nAIN : SUUA,
loi l'rU.,111 iir I'.iv a'. "I'i'I"' "
VrM. 0 IltViJJ & CO. A.7ttiti.
The A J rtli'imihhi:i
Will have llnnnlubi im die al ove potts
i ii nr itliotit
SATURDAY, may 2A.
Goods & Chattels
Itlnimlm it I'.ir the Non-tinvdiitnl
I hid iiliirueteil liy .Iam-s K. Holt,
Ji., lo noil at Pulille Auction
On MONDAY, May 1 h,
AT 1 O'Cl.Oi U. A. M..
Of snlit ilnv. in in.t --'iiksiooin, on Quoon
-ueet, in llie ( by of Honolulu, iho lol
lowluv di i-i I'bi .i lioniK nail (Jlmllels of
I'ooll l.iin;, a late li'll'inl uf Mtlil .lauiuj
It. Hull, .!., In -.ihl City of Honolulu,
illsliaini'il foi Miicnis of lout, ami hiv
ing hern bebl llio Matiitor. li-iiiitb of
tlmeby the-alil.liiine-i It. I loll,. 1 1., l:
Chinese & Japanese Crotoy,
Anil Other Wme-, Curio1, anil Oilici
(iooiN, Chattels and KflVets of -.ild
Poole laiiu, taken lioin It is toie In
"lfolt'. Iilocl.," Xiuiaiiii stieet, in mill
Cll nt Honolulu.
Sola ProiMotorB of BAILEY'S SARSAPAKILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiipr Me, Hoi AIb, Grenafline, Rasslierijafle, Sarsaparllla, iiiirel ffalen, Etc,
sar All nnnmuinlcsi'ostjancl onloi-a should be mhlrcnsoil lo
BENSON, SMITH k CO.,
i eliilin to IIAn tlm fiiij'I am:
IS?" Fur lrnijsht or piai,"-, hiving
et pnrlor ritihi and h:o'iijj;e aconimn.
iiailr.ii.s, upply to
Wm. Q. IRVIN & Co.,
1 OTIC V, In ben by ghen to all per
L nuih that I slll not be lespoii'lhle
tor any debt contracted by ilwAurftia
M U. QUAmiOS.
Honolulu, May JUlt0. 1'
JAS. V. MOHGAX,
. M. Mmi'airit Attnincv fiirl.amllm,d
iioiKiiuiu, Amu '.:., ism). r..is td
(l.'ile of the Ct.stonif-)
Ueg3 leave to Inform the pnhllo, mer
ehiintH niiil others, that he K pieparcil
to miilei take tile collection of lillls, ap
puil"!1)' wiil;. ami mal.lu; IfiveutoilvH
of tiauK'rupt and other riouKn. Type
Wilting ilone with iieatuts ami dls
P'lieli anil at moileiatu nitci.
Bell Telephone 40 i: P. 0. Box 333.
litlAVOOD loi ftile nt Hiiwalini,
Coiuiiieiriril HiJisr omi.
qilllh l io kIvc notice that 1 u 111 not
JL he re'-poii'-llile foi any debts con
tractu! without inv wiittiMi older.
Honolulu, .May 1, USOO. :.W l
I.. .1. f.i.v'rv,
l.i xi i .
.M n r,i:i!.
r)US CHAT. Iiteb flobm a
V-' ironiU ami Chliieso uro Islon bul
I itch dobiii a diy
wltli utliOT.'., nt Koloa, Kiiu.il,
l'OSinVKI-V THI'. I.ASTN'KJUTOI' mdei il.e linn uanio of Nea SH"",!;0.-
Ill'i sum oill ills iiin-ii"ai ill Mi'i ii'iri"
. ni'. to CbliiR Yet, iho ii'Minii" all lia
bilities anil collect nil hills or vild N'.-n
' .Slum . "ill lu
Whitelaw Keid thinks tliat .Minis
ter l'helps may get the Ainf;rican
hog admitted into Germany nggitin.
The several Kuropean Powers live
in expect alion of wat and each of
lliein would like to keep aolid nlth
the United States. A liltlu judi
cious diplomacy might enable iib to
utlllj'u the situation for onr cotnmci
Hal udvautage. fS. K. lliilletlu.
On WEDNESDAY EVENING, flay 7lli.
Conietlv & Dramatic Co,
1VII1 appeal' foi the )a-,t tlmn in the
Knvuilte. Ili.iina In rie Acts, iiaie-
Idled final the Oerinaii by Aiijj.
Wrtldemar, entitled i
" FAHCIION THE CRICKET "
tSPf-ieaU can bu w:ouied in ailvauco
at the ollice of L, J. l.eej . .Mft '.It
Qiii-eu nnd Nuiiatin '.treu'H
SALT I'Olt SAL1J.
T HAVI". rceelvul a lew liniidied li.is
1 of Hall, of the vi'iy best ipiilliy.
eich has welRlilnjj VUt pound', I will
-ill at very low-nit pi lee nt M oaoli;
rpvci.il icluioloii hy the ion Orileis
fiom oilier Ilnin!s will fee prompt)
iiiteiuUd to with Hiliel.iuinu junran.
lnil. Adiiresn ail ordei.s to
Cil vh 1. Ill HAM,
Alii Via ll.ilmojvo, Honolulu, Oalm.
.ln-t Atrled from lbton.
C. BREWER & CO.
oifi:u ron iai.i: k
Variety of Vehicles !
Side Bar and Corning Buggies,
r.xteiiilun Top Oabilobt,
Extension Top 2-seat Side Bar,
1'iom tln rclfhmlei! mauufneiory of
fji'o. 1.. Ilmwiu-ll. New
11 iO!is.. on '1 1IKSDAY. M.iv lilli.
Diawltii; anil I'alntliif; In Otis and Wil
ier Colorn, Light A- fshnile. .silll Life
.mil l'luie I'aliitbij,'. .Studio: .Spiee
UeU' block, I'm t Mreet. r. Hi -.w
'IMIK eo-pnitlieiHlilp lieielofoie olt
X hij; between the nnilolIyiied as
Kialers and stock i.tNern at bob da,
llawnil. has been dlixnUeil by mutual
eon-eul .is ot Apiil 1, IhOl).
lly his nttoruey la fact Kinosi A.
Kohala, Hawaii, A pi II -M, IPim.
AOItAN'P Macfjueiaile 11 ill will tike
place on WIIDNKHDAY. the lllli
May, 1 iOO, nt the Honolulu Rll'es Ar
mniy, llcietanbi.sfieet, thn proceeds to
be given to tho Portupue.sn Lni'.ich Ch i
rltablo Aisoelatloif. TleketH of ailinls
'ioa 1.00. Tlokctti may bo had at Ha -wallan
N'ows Co,, llolllster & Co., Heli
con, Smith & Co , T. 0. Thrum, C. .1.
McCaitlry and II. .1. Jfoltc, JS 1 1
Of the well-know n Dole A' O-jcoihI
S&" The pub'Io ate Invited to In-pecl
tbi"H riuiitN at the ctoio of
(. IJUEWEU & Co.,
.V.t; I at !H Queen rtieet.
Hawaiian Lime !
I.' .10 I'KIt II A Kill: I,.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
i:i Sole Afiontc tf
Gustav A. Schuman
t.'o. 70 8. 81 : : Kind Street.
At W. Wrishl : fnirn.
Having neuived n full HRcnrtninit nl
(niiii2eTrliiiinlii0 Muteriiiln from the
Kftfct, 1 am prepared to nxemilo all order,
with lu'iitnetiH nnd dcBpateh at veiy ua.
il Cboicait Lino of Millinerv Goods.
Fi-cnch Flowftra, Milau Hnts, while, black unrt colored;
lot J'lowern, nintiiiientg, Lice Bonnet & lfiils, Kto., TJte ,
Just received by lhV S. 3. Au-lralin, arid will be open in u fuw daye.
Van Dyke Colluiettefi, Van Dyke Veilinc;, Van Dyke Lace, Van Ityko
I'mbroidery, Modeska Veiling,'
j Fine Lines of Ladies' Sashes, Plaid & Plain;
"" Full imrtiouliu-i of opoiiiug in a fow claya.
1 Chas. J. FISHEL'S.
Leading Millineiy Houee, Corner Fort ,v Hotel KtP.
OO VOW! iSTItKR'l'.
IUVE JI'ST KnoUlVRD A VIIItY I.AIlOl AHSORT.MENT 01
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' cS; CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
3 en -.. Xurniwliing- Goods, Ac., A:c.,
All will be fcold at IJeasonahlo Pi ices.
0T Onr l)recimaking Dopai Intent under the tnanagoment of illSS
OLAKK will be to-opened about May 12lh.
" . . . ..:.".' .". a.... "i ' i .-
p fi 11 Siin "
COltNEK HOTEL & FOKT STKEETS.
Wew Goods, ew Goods.
Full Lines of Lawns !
Full Lines of Batiste !
Full Lines of Persian
ALL AT 2.') CKNTS IM'R YAliI)
Lies' Misses' & (MM MUSLIN B1IWBAR
. AT VERY LOW PRICES
Cornov lIoil & Foil HtreolH.