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DAILiT .BULLETIN: HONOLULU, IT. I., MAY 3, 1990.
'.r it is
Pltdftd to nrttlicr Srct nor Parly,
Hut titabliOicd for thr btntfit of all,
FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1890.
Minister Thurston, in diseuts'jlng
the disposition nf Mie Appropriation
Bill, said Hint if n certain course
i9 pursued, "we won't get nwey
from here till September I mean
the House won't." lie is not cer
tain, tben, that he will utav by the
It is the usual custom for the
party in the majority in the Legis
lature to be the more prominent in
the permanent committees of the
House. The National party having
established its numerical superiority
by the election of its nominee to the
Presidency, certainly has not taken
full advnntage of its position, but
has shown a degree of conimnndable
The Finance Committee, which
for some reason or other lm come
to be regarded as the most import
ant of all the permanent committees,
consists of thiee National Kcform
cis, one Independent, aud one who
lias been claimed as a llefoimer.
At least two Messrs, Macfarlane
and Midler if not more, of the
committee have had training and
experience which specially ouaiify
ihem to investigate accounts.
A trouble with our public service
is, that it w too much mixed up with
polities ; that is, too many otlicials
are perpetually dabbling in politics,
instead of attending to the duties
which they are paid to perfoim. As
long as this lasts the service will
sutler. The Legislature would act
wisely by "sitting upon" this kind
of thing. Civil servants who can
not or will not abstain from politic
are not the proper persons for tie
The Adei User's reason is not ap
parent for saying that "making .Mr.
Widcinanu thu chairman of the un
foitunale Committee on Public
Lnnde, is about equivalent to rele
gating that committee's important
functions to the waste basket." As
a matter of fact, the "Public Lands
and Internal Improvements" com
mittee is one whose functions Mr.
Widemann'.s long residence and
practical experience especially quali
ty iiim to discharge.
The Attornoy-fienernl's biennial
report to the Legislature, with
which is incorporated the Marshal's
report to the Attorney-General, is
replete with interesting matter. It
contains the information that the
kingdom has 1!)1 paid police and
21 deputy shenffs, distributed as
follow-,: The Island of Hawaii, -1G
police and l deputy sheriffs ; Maui,
Alolokai, and Lanai,4.'i police and .1
deputy sliciilfs; Kauai and Niiliau,
17 police and 5 deputy sheriffs; and
Oahu, 85 police and 5 deputy hher
itfs. A table shows the number of
ariesls and convictions for the
period on each island, with their sex
and nationality. The grand totals
Lr the kingdom are: mrests, 13,
K70; uii lotions, 10,597. The
criminal history of the country for
the period is detailed in readable
n'lape, and suggestions are offered
in regard to the opium law, inde
pendence of the .Judiciary, corpora
tions, and other matters.
The Finance Miniilci'.s published
repoit to the Legislature is lengthy
ami elaborate. With appendices it
occupies over one hundred octavo
pages. In an append!? it contains
a i ibulaled statement of the rove
niies and expenditures of the king
dom fiom 1850 to 1890.
The leceipts for the biennial
poiiod ending March .'51, lfi'JO, are
given in detail. They are summar
ised thus: Balance in Treasury
March 31, 188S, S109,4G5.(50, com
prising the Loan Fund balance,
(84.1,352.31), and the Current Ac
count balance (803,913.29); from
the sale of bonds, $31,500.00; from
the Postal Savings Bank, $780,525.
98 ; from taxes, duties, licenses,
I cuts, storage, realizations, etc.,
82,817,170.87; the giaud total of
leceipts being 83,741,002.45.
The details of expenditure arc
alio specified, aud thus summarised :
Payment of national debt, 837,000;
Postal Savings Bank withdrawals,
40,000 ; for puljlic Improvements,
from tliu loan fund, as nutlioriml
by the Appropriation Hill of 18S8,
$o02,081 .211 ; for salaries, depart
mental expenses, Hoard of Health,
Hoard of Education, interest, and
the entire conduct of the Govern
ment, 82,071,129.11!; making a
grand total of S0,250,.r10..'i0.
At the close of the peilod the
Loan Fund balance was S281.I97.0C,
and the Current Account balance,
e209.C:.:.0 1, making a total In the
treasury of 431,102.10. Tue ac
tual surplus of current receipts over
current expenditure' is put down at
The estimated current receipts for
the next biennial period amount to
82,802,505.01, and the estimated
expenditures to 34,391,363.47.
The foregoing generalities are
given at the llrst opportunity as we
deem them of the greatest genet al
interest, but the report teems with
figures and other matters not even
hinted at here, which concern and
should interest the public, to which
wc intend directing attention an op
NOBLE M'CARTHY HOT ALONE.
Editok Bn.i.i.ns :
Allow me a few lines of your
valuable space, to express ui satis
faction with the couiso outlined in
the "Notice of Intention" given by
Noble McCerthy in the Legislative
Hall ytisterdiiy'. Why should the
salaries of Government employees
be exempt lroin garnishee. Why
should they not lie subject to the
common law fo: the collection of
debt equally with any other citizen
of the country It tho.ie i nny
good reason 1 fail to sec it, and
would like to be enlightened upon
the subject. Mr. McCarthy was the
candidate of the retail business men
of the town, and 1 congratulate
them, aud him, that he has thus
early shown that the confidence re
posed in him hns not been mis
placed. A Foist Si. Itrsi.NM Man.
MR. BUSH AND THE "MISSION
ARY." Editou Rn.i.r.iis:
Now, Mr. liush, let me talk to
you a a friend that knows .you only
by your writiiuis, in which you seem
to infer that only "white skins" are
missionaries, and they all belong to
the Reform Party. Vo acceptyour in
ference as being conect for the pur
pobc of argument, although we have
pood missionaries in our party who
are not "while .skins." Hut you
also chatge the Kefoini Party as be
ing thieves, robbeis, etc., because
they have robbed thu native. This
wo denv. .
3lr. hush, have jour race to-day
got anything worth possessing, ex
cept ihelr physical existence and
their kindly ailurrs, which they did
not get, under God, through the
"while skins." Their leligiou,
their written langnugc, their prop
erly rights, their light to life and
libeity, their clothing, their horse-,
and how to use them as slaves for
their comfort, their knowledge ol
how to incici.ae their wealth mid
comforts by labor, their schools that
enable them to put their thoughts
on paper or engrave them upon the
rock and enjoy sweet communion
with lriends a't a distance yea,
iheir history about all that is
known of Hid native iace has been
gatticred up and preserved by the
white skiui, and our half civilized
l!ov eminent, bad as it is, that we
are enjoying to-day, in the white
man's woik. In all of these tilings
aud many otheis, the white "mis
sionary" has proved himself the
foster father of the native race, by
leading, instructing and correcting
them; and if you will scrutinize
closely, Mr. Hush, you will discover
that a large part of the bcht and
most influential of the "white rtkius"
hnc striven nud are now striving,
with money and brains to raise the
native to n hgher plane of civiliza
tion and political enjoyment.
Please look at the tallowing pio
niising picture: Visit any of the po
pular gatherings ,in this city and
you wjll sec the white skins and the
daik mixed promiscuously thiough
the hall,, like huckleberries and
milk, all clothed and in their right
minds, mothers and fathers, men
and maidens. The whites do not
jostle the dark, nor tint datk the
white, they meet us friends and
neighbors, brothers and sisters. One
class does not feel itself socially or
intellectually above their neighbor.-.
They nieetns equals m the churches,
in the social halls and on the hall
grounds; they inter-mairy, lido in
the same cars, and listen to the
same teachers. Mr. Hush, is it.
right to even, try to stir up bad
blood between races thus happily
living? Would you have all of the i
advauccd blessings your t ace now
enjoy taken from them, and restore
to them the good old days of a cen
tury ago, when men and maidens
were, clothed only with the, "malo,"
and superstitious ignoranco filled
their mind3? This is about as likely
as It is that I should wish my race
lestored to what it wa-a thousand
No, Mr. Hush, you may write it,
but wu have a better opinion of you
than that. Think of what your own
condition would be if the fates de
creed n return. Your fine clothes
exchnnged for the "malo," your
cultivated Intellect exchanged or ft
NOTICS of INTENTION !
The undersigned calls the attention of the honieHCcklng and purchas
ing public to his place on JS'uuanu Aienue, known n the "Magnin Place,"
which he intend to sell at a Very how Figure with nil the improvement
thereon, to wit:
. A 7-rooin 2-story
'With Bathroom, Kitchen, Water A.
! Ontbuildinc. u Kliitili! for two hoi
i,oU3e & Extensive Chiekcnyard, Wnterpipes all oer the grounds The
2.7 Acres of the Finest Garden Land !
And is planted almost cntitely in Grapevines (0,000 pieces), Peaches,
Apiicots, PI inn , Figs and other Choice Fruit", all of which sun growing
remnikably well in the cool nlley air. Chinese Tea now thrives on the
land. An abundance of Hoses of the choicest kind and a variety of other
Flowers adoin the place the year around. Theie is no better Pioperty
than tbii in llio maiket considering the
CLIMATIC ADVANTAGES nnd LOW PRICE !
The only losmon of sale is, that I am going to leave the Islunds to return
to tlie Coast, The eventual purchaser of the place can, If lie wants to,
Household Furniture, Range & Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools,
Hoisos h XifgiM, Harnessed, Eto., lite , at :i Vtry BratonaMt 1'ncM I
Qf For terms of sale and all particulars apply at the premises,
few tiadilional ideas, all pcibaps
false. No advantage from book,
no Klele, nor pen to gratify a niotb
id dhpo.Unin to falsify political
opponent-., who oti v,i?Jl know to be
better than vourH-lf; and should
you be restored and yet be pennit
ied to retain powei to pen aud print
such slanderous article- as onic
times appear in youi paper. You
would only do it oiuc, as soon youi
noble cartas wniild be given to the
ants. AVu don't believe you want
au tiling rcsloieil but your noble
soft to tlic power aud emolument,
you po-sessed a few jiars ago. Let
me say to you, Mi. huh, that the
de-ire of jour heart for restoration
may yet lie gratilicd if ou will
qualify ouisolt and s-how joursell'
worthy. Speak the truth, wntethc
truth, be politically as well a-; Ihrui
cially honest : get' nd of that bitter
t-piril that seems to po-sess you.
Cea-u speaking against good men
and good principles; don't lie like
the nog on the jump that can I re
member when he was a tadpole, but ',
other men can. Ask the tlieut One
for wisdom, quit woiking against I
your own race by Stirling up bad I
blood, it i- dangcroii-. Voik fo
our own race by woiking with the
white race. They know better than
you do, whit is good for you and .
vour people, and thev are hnncbt i
woikers for your race as well as for
their own. Iy looking closely, Mr.
Hush, jou will observe that those
who work and associate with the
w Idle race for tlic good of all will
ri-ie, and those who woik against '
them will go down. '
Watch this a few ycat Mr. i
Bush; it may be a levelalioii lo
you. Tin tide of emliyation in till
ili glory is lising ovei these islands, .
nothing can turn it back; it is im
pelled forward by thu foiee of des
tin. It ou tioat with it, it will be
will with you. Sometimes you will
be lidiug on the ciest of the waw,
rejoicing in high populai faor; but
it ou lontiuue to light against the
mi lent of corning ceuts you will
be montly under tow, and eventu
ally thtowu upon the shore as a
'1 here is one mote thought, Mr.
liiisli, respecting jou, J must rn
coid. It is this: if you continue to
oppose the "white skins" ami .stir
up had blood among your people,
the lime will come, and uoouer than '
it will be welcomed by you, that
your people will discover that tho
"white skins" are their best friends
and ou their wor.-t enemy. They
will sec it; they will feel it as I do
now and they will demand justice,
follow their old custom by handing
you over to the kahunas as n man
not ill to live; let all lake wanting,
this i- from your best friend.
On THURSDAY, Iffay 20th,
AT 'A O'CLOCK .OO.V,
1 will sell at Public Auction, at Mr. P.
Oullen's, Waiuhole, Koolau. O.1I111,
20 Horses and Colts,
Moie or less; and
2 Pair of WORKING OXEN,
Hi'longlng to the Instate of J. (ileu-
.1. i:. Hi own,
hJalurday Evoninjy, May
lA.nn,lrT It lin.l.,.1 '
VUllltUJ Vlf lIUlU(llli v't',
occasion will be pro
"The Rough Djamoncl"
IW Hox plan nt .1. E. IliownM. 1'ar
(inetto and Drees Clicle SI; JialeMiy
75e.; Oalle ry 5Ue. SCO It
Dwelling House 1
Clothe Closets attached, a -l-Hoom
se-i. Can laoeq &; Feud Short. Chicken-
V. E. KEL'FEL.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Regular Cash Sale !
TO-M01SROW, Mjiy Hli,
AT IO O'CMK'll ,. II..
At ui side-rnnm. (Jui'i'ii "tit't't, I will
sell at Public .Miction. ,
Ciool.eiy & Ohi-i-wiue,
II.iiiIwmii', u lm nl
I Phaeton, 1 Family Carriage,
And at 12 o'clock noon.
at Hi ewer's
i 1 jojijlx' Oo:-t I
J AS. V. MOlltiAN',
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF
T'j dlu'ctlon of fi:riL HTtOWX. the
Kxecutornf tlulnt will ami testament of
Philip Milton, deeea-ieil, I inn directed
to -ell at Public Auction, at niv Sale
room in Honolulu,
On SATL'KDAY, Mny U-Illi,
AT It O'4I0'!& XOO.
The Lite ITome-lead of the "aid Philip
Milton, being tlrii eeii.iln piopoity situ
ate on the matika -iilt of King Street, In
said Honolulu, belweeti I lie picmNcr.
otM.llun.iu, K-q.. and Alex. Young.
The :iboo I'inpcit' Is planted with
fruit tlic and gupe vim-, and has an
sotc-lan w II fiom which theie is now
an income of jL'M pel annum. Tit'i
perfect Also, al the s.uue time and
pl.ou, and by the -ame dlieellou I .hall
.-ell that ce t.iiu
Piece of Farcil of M !
Mtu.itc al Kiilioil.,ibu.i. Ilonu'iilti. ad
joining the pieini-eH of ( Innles Mllilnit,
J'm.. and containing .ill .11 e.i if .V.i-P'O
acies. Mutable lor a homo-hud. Title
fcfcay" llecds at the expense of Hie pur-
J AS. F
(I.ale of thu Ot.itoiu-)
Hogs leave 10 Inform the public, mer
chants and olhci-, th.it he Is picpsncd
to undeitaUe ibe collection of bill-, ,-ip-pialser
woik. and making Inventories
of bankrupt and oilier Mocks. Type
Milting done with ne.ilni?s and dis
p.ttcli and at moderate lain.
J Bell Telcpliono 401: P. 0. Box 333.
I ! HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
Atcoiiaeaatt, C'ollfOtoN, OojJiois.loa .A;oat nnd
UuutOU U0CE0 Ucoktri.
Are i.l all time's piepnrtd to per.
fin in any ill -eriplion of lleiieul Woik
i f-ucli as Audilinj.; Ai nuts, I'oiliii;up
TiadL'siiieii'H lloolvj), Miiklii(r Inventoties
t of lUuuk, hngroniii'; l.upd Dncuuiuit.i,
Ku. Umiipeieut and Sellable Freight
C'leiks loi lhu dvllveiy and tallying of
1 tir'Oliice at Huhr.vci: i; Houi.iitsos'h,
Qmeasuei;l Post Olllen l!o 18!), Mil
I ti.urrohiil.mil) P.": Ib-ll 'lelephouo 111.
i rir.i it
A NX U A L M EET1 NO.
4... IHIIIIIf,.!) . I.. II VI Ul H IJ l.ll,
hold Its annual meeting on MOX
DAY. M.iy'Jillli, at it o'clock l. vi., at
tho residence of tins Hon. Charles .
Ill-Imp. All iateu'hleil aic conlhtlly
Invited to attend, (ieiitleiiien aic In
vited for the evening. fidl td
'I -I IP lil,i.,r.' l,!,,.,,! C.O.l,. m
Painted Oottii'm on lleiu-
PVSS taililt Htl CCt. llClW Cell Klllt 1111(1
, bediooniR, bathiooin and patent closet,
illlllll-iuuni alio i.tiuiiuii, ,'uiivt'iiiuiui
an aiied. Item moderate. Apply to
.r. ii. iutUNs,
SCI tf No. :t:t Ilerolanla slicet.
IO KENT or LEASE
''PHAT desirable Premises
A on Koit MH'i't, In 1 lie
".Melnurny Hloek.' recuntlv
occupied by J. X. H. Vllliiiiins, hultahlu
for ollko or toie. l'or luforiiiallon
apply to ollice Union Iron Works, Eh
plnunUe, 01 to
sail lm .1. N. S, WILLIAMS,
5'.Zl!JIAttS A. MctTKUY, IJTiit!itt.
teUr For full pnrtlculnts apply to
Dee-21.su Gcneial Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fresh Cakes, Pies5
riench 111 end,
roll'io, Ton, ( horolute ,v
IMpo & Ciivarolio Tobaoco,
&&r Open fiom J ..10 ,. vi.
.viuiuiii Telephone 211. l'osi
m rrn nrnn uimtn nnnni tr n r irumi iiii mi rnntin Miai mm f-'fmfjfiiaiyfr;
aafis ara Si' s
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPARILLA & IEON WATSE,
Giier Aio, Hop Ale, Grenafliue, Eamflc, SarsaiiariHa, liieral Waters. Etc.
Hi) 1 ai
1 am iiiMiiielcd by Dn. TKOt'SMJAI'
to sell al Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, May 2S,
AT l!J O'OIjOCK IO..
(Unless pievloiwly disposed (ifntpil
v ate . lie) thu following Valll.lhle P10
pcily, (Hie onlj Miiisou foi scl'lti is the
w.iut of time to use the ISoats).
1 30-n mait&B iLnncb "Jans"
With Mini-. Sails. Anchor. Oh.iln-,
Etc . Klc. siciiiliilly lined out and
ic.uh for use;
1!:.0 Cillon. of Xaptha foi Fuel.
1 Ul-lool Xaptha I.aiuicli, open hoal,
with AwnliiKwml (mis;
1 Man-of-Warlil',', with Ours, M.iit anil
S.ill; a veij jnetty boat;
Probably the Iatesl Snll Hout in
the haihor, Cutter Jtleil;
1 llaiue,'iit Sneakbov, with MiiMuiiiI
Mill, and KnidhiK Center-IWuuil,
llnNhed in rancy Woodi;
1 '."J-foot Life Itoal with Copper Tanks
1 Canvas Folding Boat
1 Enll'-li Coracle,
1 Coppcieil fc'cow.
Sails. Spars Hloeka ami rutin1?, of all
1 Toot I.atlin it Tools for Wood, Iron
1 .'-lloiso PowerShlpman Engine, ready
to pin in a boat with piopeller
I'.uojs, Anchois it Mooilii;;s; alo, the
BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE,
Of the best ilesuilptiou.
The pioxbnlty of tint new maiket
iniike this lioat house a very Valuable
Piopeity, them Is every convenience to
slow aw a ami llftllht and heavv bo.its,
and Is snltahlu font boat or yacht ilub,
pilot Ihhim; or life Having station.
Cioiind lent Is 8.10 per annum, I10111
Misi4, Lylo it.SoiTcuson.
iSf'l'liu floats are lendy for 1 1 lid at
any time by applying at 1I10 boat house.,
and eveiy Uo.it Is In perfect older.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
tWKM9imMlmMIKSImIS B toHUUtl Saia Q S p S d u i uu
Pf Vt'rniff Iffrfff rflfaafl!
1 fcaiaMIUMB-S35sr5'a o
ISSUED BY THE
OF IYE3W "YCMRK:
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OUDKK
Buns3 Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Ro!is
And will he nrcidVEKKI) YHKK of CHARGE to any
JUirI of FAHEi
Soused I'ijt'a l'efl,
MANILLA n AMERICAN CIGARS !
A I.ADfir. Af-.SOItTMIINT Ol'
lipcs, Cigar & Cigaretlo
vi. until 0 :to l',
Ollice Itov: 17S.
until fl:i0 r. M. fatunlay nielit, open
....i. . f.J-..
and ordors should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
KB-IW 3;Mb8JH I "XV.W
LA-sT-MAUIPOSA" I HECEIVED A LAI5GE STOCK Or
Dry Fancy Goods !
Which aie now oponed out for inspection.
Choice Selection of French Sateencs !
' K.iat Colors about UiO 1'iccen at 0 centu a yard ;
SCOTCH .Kl'MYILS, tho Latest Xovelties;
A New Line of TOYAL BATISTE;
PEKS1AN MULLS, in the Lilest Designs;
Llueii LuwuM ! JL.iiiou Lji-tv-iim :
I wish to call the attention that I have this seaeon impoited'tlie l'ineat .unl
Befit Selected Slock of
Of Eveiy Description. ISO pes to wleet fiom. I have bought
1,500 Pieces of Embroifleries is Boii liw lie East
An ItiimiMiso Ab.soitmont.
g)B Ladieii in want of EiniuoideiicM cm save SO pi,- cent on nvoiy
Keb 1-90 Corner Hotel & Fori. Strrots.
FIGURED INDIA SILKS!
THE LAltCIEST and .MOST COMPLETE STOCK OK
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
fjr No. 2 Patterns alilte. Kahhionidilo Dressmaking upuliiirn fiV
Without a Kival in Priuc & Quallij !
Oncthird tho Price of the Royal !
Every HouBokeeper Should Uao It !
SJtT A Saving of Xi Per Cent in Cost nnd Quality tho Very Boat. &
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
.. , HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
"'l ' Exclusive Agnnts for the Hawaiian Mauds,
Soda Ci ackers,
Water Ci acker.,
CaRGS, E!c Elc.
pail ol tho city. J
Spiced Tongue, ftpieed ltecf, f-'niade, K(e,
Holdoiw. I'ohl DriitUn, Ett:
nil night. Hell
c.'ift.v WMataLBbtoLBattin&a rM3fkr.. omagra.
& FOUT HTKIiiTH.
(UM1S I XKIV fIJM !
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Lending Millinery House, Coiner I'oit it Hotel hIp.
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