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HONOLULU, II. L, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 0, 1802.
n OFNTP F MONTI.
THE "DAILY BULLETIN"
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Attorney at Law and Notary
Public. No. 4a Merchant street, Hono
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chants. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
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lulu, 11. I.
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GON8ALVES & OO.,
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Merchants. Beaver Block, Honolulu,
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Importer and Dealer In General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
II. 1. 1-91
ILDER & CO.,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
of every kind. Corner. Fort
v ewers & Cooke.
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ber ami all kinds of Building
Fort street, Honolulu.
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Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Irou, Brass and Lead Castings;
Muchipery of every description made to
order. 1'artlcular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksmltbing. Job Work ex
ecuted at short notice. 1-91
J!SO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
A. G Ifi IS 'V.
.Iluliiilcoiia. Itoliulu, lluwnil,
WENRER & CO.,
Bm porting Jewelers.
02 Fort sitroet, Honolulu
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
W. T. MONSARRAT,
jt6y-OUlce at Hotel Stables, Hotel
street. Both Telephones 32. Residence :
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Excellent accommodation for patients.
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and Kceaumoku streeU, each con
taining Parlor. Dining-room, Hallway,
4 liedrooius, Kitchen, l'autry and Bath
room, teTjio pmi8 pan be seen ut my
otllce, mid any alterations desired by a
teuuut will ho made.
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get their price hist and nee
tmuiploa. They cun't be boat.
Australian Mail Service !
FOBt MAN FBAfWUIKUO.
The Now and Flue Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland, on or about
April 7, 1892,
And will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or
auout that date.
HST For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm 0. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
April 7, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
EST For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN
& CO.. L'd,
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock r. m.,
touching at Lahuiua, Mnalaea Bay
and Makcna the same day; Muliu
kona, Kawaihao anil Luupahoehoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Friday April 15
Tuesd ,y " 2(5
Friday May 0
Returning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoclioc same day; Kawaihae,
a. m. ; Maliukona, 12 noon; Makona,
(5 P. M. ; Maulaca Bay, 8 i. m. ; Laha
ina, 10 p. m. the following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu G a. m. Wednebdayb
AHKIVS8 AT HONOLULU.
Wednesday. . .
tJtT No Freight will bo received
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kaliu
lui, Huelo, Hana, Huiuoa and Kipa
liulu. Returning will arrive at Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
gjJV No Freight will bo received
after 4. p. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings
to receive their freight, as wo will not
hold ourselvcti responsible after uuch
freight lias been lauded. While the
Company will uso due diligence in
handling live atook, wo decline to as
sume any responsibility in ciuu of the
loss of same, and will not be responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
tho care of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, President.
S. R. ROSE, Secretary.
OAPT. J. A. KINU, Port Supt.
iTe-wisler As WtUolimiilror.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
kinds of repairs.
paid to all
C. B. RIPLEY,
Onici:: Room 5, Spreckcls' Block.
Mutual Telephone 208.
Now Designs I Modern Buildings !
Complete plans and specifications for
every description of hulldlug, CoutrueU
drawu and careful biiperlntendeucu of
constriictlou given when required. Call
ud examine nlfttis. upr 29 ly
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from S. F. for S. F.
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Out4 Oct LI
Nov 1 Nov S
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Monowui. . . .April 7 Alameda
Alameda May 5 Mariposa
Miuiposu Juno i Mouowni
Moiiowai Iiini! !1() Alameda
Alatneda July 28 Miuiposa
MuripoHii Aug 25 ... ..Mouowni
Monowai Sept 22 Alameda
Alameda Oct 20 Mariposa
Mariposa Nov 17 .... Monowai
Pacific Mail StHsi Co.
Occidental & Oriental S, S. Co.
For Yokohnina & Hongkong.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about the following
Stmr. "China" May 4, 1 092
Stmr. "Gaelic" July 2. 1892
For Sau Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to the above
port on or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" June 21, 1892
Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1892
UsT Round Trip Tickets to Yokohnina
and return, 'MQ.
get"" For freight and passage, apply to
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2C7 tf Agents.
J.W.WlNTi:it,hll.,l)I)S. .. winti:k,mii., mis.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllce Hotel St., opp. Y. M. C. A
joining the Honolulu Library.
Branch Olllcc, : : : 200 Kearny st., S. V
LL Dental operations skilfully pcr
i formed at San Francisco pi ices;
which arc 30 percent cheaper than Hono
lulu prices; and if not as good as the
best Dentistry in Honolulu 110 charge
will be made. You necdnot go to San
Francisco for your Dentistry. Ourgieat
reduction in prices the citizens have de
manded, and we will supply the demand.
mi: uavi: t:o.tii: to ui:.uai :
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money. Wc return our thanks to the
citizens of Hawaii, Maui and Kauai for
their liberal patronage and solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
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From Havana Direct.
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Qko. KuwAitns, .Master,
Will sail for the above ports on
APRIL I, 1 Mt.
Kir For turins of Freight or Passage
THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO.,
Sausages ! Sausages !
IRKSH Bologna, Liver Pudding,
7 Blood Pudding, Head (Jhcoso,
Frankfiiit Sausage, Vienna Sausage mid
Fine Pork Sausage alway on li.ind anil
delivered to urder by
OKO. D. SCIIKAKD1JH,
1112 Foit street, two doors above the
Oi lunula Market.
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t R.lt. O. ItARNFlKLD holds cusses
Drawluir mid Palutlnir at his
studio, Hotel street, back of Drs. Auder
iou & Luudy, 841 tf
For YoKoHama & Honskong;.
ON MEN'S REASONS
Mont Men Am ltcpu!llcnn!i or Dolnocrntn
1'ltliout Any Clear Itlcu u to Wli).
Thu Ins Hint the Out Chanced I'olll
Icul'Coiulltlons. Special CorrcsjioailcHce.
MaO-O-ciice, O., March 20. -Tlio ten
dency or poor human nature to lose in
the organization Itself the object for
which tho body was organized marks
the hlslory of religion the world over.
Men will light to tho death for n sect
based on dogmas they have never hoard,
or, hairing, understood. This is especially
tho enHcHv)iefi"thu church Is opposed or
persecuted. We havo seen great masses
of men who rarely oven opened the Bible
get up in wrath to fight for a general
reading of that sacred volume. A com
petitive examination lis to the dogmas of
a sect among its laymen would wofully
thin out tho number even of tho trno
What wo have observed and all recog
nize in religious bodies Is true of poli
tics. This is especially, the case in tho
United States, wnero politics has all the
fanaticism of religion and fascination of
gambliug. Deprive an American citizen of
politicniuid you deprive him of life. And
yet tho average man often cannot give a
reason for the faith that is in him. Wo
have tho people today nearly equally di
vided iu two hostile camps. Now, ask
the average voter why he is of such a
party, and tho sum of his reply will bo
that the otfier side are, in his estimation,
dishonest, unpatriotic people, and his
side thoroughly American.
There are, of course, reasons for tho
existence of tho one party as well as the
other, but these reasons aro generally
unknown to the rank and file. That
commonly given, that the other party, be
ing half of the American people, is com
posed of knaves and fools, and one's own
organization is made up of nensible men
and patriots, is enough to consign the
supposed reasoner to a mild ward In an
asylum for tho insane.
Tho natural division into two parts of
all civilized communities lies between
those who havo and tlioso who have not.
Tho man who comes into this world of
toil, for such it is, to claim his living,
and finds no shelter, food or raiment
prepared for him, uot even work, whilo
another with no better claim than his
own has all provided, naturally feels an
antagonism for tho more fortunate. This
deepens when it is discovered that tho
privileges accorded a few in the way of
accumulated property not only seourw
to them a living for each, but are aug
mented by luxuries mat rol the many
of a bare subsistence. Tho hostile armies
organize on this line, and in all civilized
communities of tho earth tin conflict is
Now the party of the outs are tho
masses; in other words, tho people. The
party of ins uiako tho classes, composed
of tho favored few. For a hundred years
the haves and have-nots of tho United
States, under our present form of gov
ernment, have been forming instinctive
ly. The growth has been slow from tho
fiictthat our wide, fruitful continent for
nearly half lucentury equalized property.
As we get from tho earth all that wo
live on, Hie many farms open to actual
settlers deprived capital of its power to
oppress, and made labor so valuable in
itself that it cared little how poor it
came into the world. Uvery man was
sure of a competence for himself and
family, while tho road to wealth seemed
oiien to all. Tho great body of om peo
ple were made up of those possessed of
an easy competence, while 011 0110 sido
were a few very poor, and on tho othor
a loss number extremely rich. As Into
as IBTil) wo had but three millionaire) in
all the United States, whilo the percent
age of men owning their own homes was
greater than among any other people in
At the period I sjiealc of tho political
contests were maiuly overabstract politi
cal questions, and although conducted
with 1 nuch interest and noise, the result
in each instance was accepted good niit
uredly, and thu oxcitomont would sub
side until aroused again by another can
vass. This condition in the lust three decades
has shifted to something fur inoro seri
ous. Thoimiueiiso stream 01 immigrants
steadily ouriiig uiwii our shores has
absorbed the public domain. It occu
pies all that is left of the v;ist tracts
Beized on and held by railroad corpora
tions, and the tide of hungry labor
sweeping bock from the interior to older
settlements h;us brought us precisely the
same fierce coin)etltiou that Is tho curse
of Kurope. We luivo today 11 larger body
of tenautry in proiortiou to our popula
tion than any other nation under tho
suu. Thu comfort'tble middlo class has
neatly all disappeared, und a groat gulf
lies between the very poor and very rich,
Under this condition, that grows more
Intense tivury day, tho two parties as
Biiino toward each other an antagonism
never dreamed of by tho framcrs of our
political fabric. Wo havo dovelojied
into a goveruinentof parties. The party
iu power is tho government, und thu
party out of power has no rights tho
more successful organization feels bound
to respect. ThoBigiiificuuco of this may
bo felt when wo stop to consider that not
only every otllce iu tho government suf
fers from a change of administration,
but every cent of property is affected
This includes the vast accumulations ii
thu hands of individuals, tho immonfio
investments, as in railroads, all tho real
and fictitious values gathered in by cor
porations, trusts, monopolies and nil the
labor of tho laud,
Now I do not mean to assert that all
the.se aro benefited or abused in tho
change from 0110 partygovoniHient to
uuother, but I mean that'tbero is lodged
at Washington a power capable of such
influence that is felt throughout tho land
by all theao interests. I aho ntseit that
as feelings deepen between tho classes
and tho inawns a day will come when
that power will bo exercised, and wo
will waken to tho fact that this greit r-
publio of which wo aro bo proud has ele
ments of der.potism in it that would
6tartlo a czar. Wo havo liecn taught
that nothing is bo fierce, cruel and op
proflslvo as a majority.
Of tho results, however, I am not treat
ingonly of tho actual condition. Thero
is a popular superstition to thu effect
that a man is Republican or n Demo
crat becauso of his possessing certain
views, or political principles, as thoy aro
called. Thu fact is, if a man has any
views it is because ho is a Republican
or a Democrat. But if tho two parties
wcro gifted down to those possessed of
convictions, or ovou opinions, very little
would be left of the two organizations.
Men instinctively drop into 0110 party or
tho otlier. It is a mom matter of feel
ing and outsido influences, that are the
furthest removed from tho intellectual
processes. Hence it is that thousands on
thousands of men are Republicans who
ought to bo Democrats, and perliaps as
many natural Democrats aro found
lighting under Republican banners.
What a lensou aro the facts of the
present condition when clearly Been to
youug euthuslasts who dream of form
ing now parties 011 broad grounds of
right, intelligence and justice, and
who think that when the argument
is made the cause is wonl As well
attempt to control tho waters of the
Mississippi or turn back tho Niagara
river by admonition as to move men by
an appeal to their reason.
A TIMELY BIT.
Hmma MoOfatt Tyne uu Uoiio Cleunlnir
unci Home Decoration.
New Yoiuc, March 20. The spring
time, with its gospel of cleanliness and
fresh air, brings always a kiud of house
hold stock biking. Women dread it, of
course, as doubtless the shopkeepers do
their semi-annual inventory, but when
it is finished and over tho upheaval aud
reformation what peace, what perfect
command of tho situation I The tradi
tions of tho great-grandmothers have
been upheld, and tho creed of woman in
the home sustained since Madam Eve,
according to Milton, began to look
around her that first evening iu tho gar
den, on "hospitablo thoughts intent."
With the open doors and windows
and tho bright, searching sunlight the
richness, and the ioverty, too, comes
into strong relief. Each woman kuows
how many lacks thero are iu each room
of her house, and sho turns it over
iu her mind more than once how she
can manage by contrivance, industry
and porsovernuce to bring completeness.
An energetic housekeeper of spirit and
pride has a way of making a list to tho
minutest detail, as she closes tho door
of the separate chambers ufter tho inva
sion of paint pots, varnish, paper rolls,
picture hooks, hammer and tacks, of
every articlo needed, first for actual use
and theu for ornamentation.
A long record it is, indeed sofa cush
ions, chair cushions, table covers, buffet
scarf, napkins, doilies, etc. "It is my
business to work that list off," said the
systematic little woman, a sho took it
from the corner of a drawer. "It will
take time, but one can do a great deal in
tho long mornings of summer." Sho had,
too, a little memorandum book full of
"ideas," iii-which was jotted suggestions
for various things, with an occasional
rough sketch and notes of coloring. It
was a littlo trouble, it is true, but it
made hor work very easy when she un
dertook it later.
When ono has the background and
"tho leading lines" correct, as thoy say
iu url, it is easy enough to add tho com
fort and beauty -giving tilings that one
hardly takes uoto of if thoy lx) in place,
but feel great need when lacking. It is
this ability to take away the hardness
and bareness of life in every situation
that creates that wonderful power called
"tact," winch every woman longs to pos
sess Hsima MoHFirrr Tynu,
Not to !!a Home.
Nr.W YoitK, March 0. Every one
knows tho story of that polite student
who, when requested by his examiners
to name tho major and minor prophets,
replied with an air of mild reproach that
ho never mudo invidious distinctions.
Equally particular, though iu a different
way, was the choleric old Anglo-Indian
nabob who, having been Bent homo in
valided from Calcutta with a bad liver
complaint, no sooner heard his parish
clergyman read out "Wherefore, if any
of you bu a notorious evil liver," than ho
started up und, exclaiming flercoly,
"Confound it, Mr, do you think I'm go
ing to stand such personalities as that?"
walked out of tho church in a fume.
But eveu this thin skinned magnate
was fairly surpaased iu his own lino by
im English housemaid in tho service of a
country gentleman of tho old school,
who was iu the habit of assembling all
his servants before breakfast every
morning and reading to them, iu place
of thu usual prayers, sundry portions
from thu daily service of tho Estab
lished church. On tho first morning
ufter her entrance into the household
Susan appeared witli the rest, and tho
squire, opening his prayer book, legaii
"O God, who hatest nothing that thou
Up Btarted the new housemaid, with
a face like a fiauio, aud dashed out of
the room, indignantly declaring that alio
wasn't going to be "pruyed against" to
please any one, and this was for some
timo tho only explanation that could bo
got from her by hor umoEed employer
when ho i ntured to ask the cause of
her dramativ exit. At length, however,
thu young 1 -ly cooled down a littlo and
coudescendLil to be more explicit,
"Well, sir, I tldnk you could hardly
expect mo to sit still and listen when the
very first wouls you said wero, "O God,
who hutest nothing but tho housemaid!"
For thu firot timo in fifty years Scit
Uftte, Mass., is to havo saloons. The vote
last spring v.is overwhelmingly against
license. This spring tho Australian se
cret uystei 1 of balloting wan used, and
tho unti Prohibitionists won. by tv ma
jority of uiuutoou,
Wm. (j. Irwin & Couipauy,
OKKKll FOU SALK
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING
Felt Steam Pipe CoTerlng, all slies.
IJUUK & OUIjAHUT'B
lilgli Grade Chemical Gaud Hduuro.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Cornod
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
Hartford Firo Insurance Co.,
London A Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
Thames & Mersey Manna Ins. Co.,
New York Life Insurance Co.,
Ueneral Agent lor Hawaiian Islands.
. &. IRW II k CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin. ...President A Manager
Ohms Spreckels Vice-Piesldent
W. M. U iff aid Secretary ATreasuier
Theo. O. Poiter Audltoi
AOKNTS OK TUB
Oraic uteaiuin Gon'f,
or Hun fr'rum'lHoo, Cul.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Liio, Fire & Marino
Insurance Agents 1
Hew England Mutual Lite ins. Co.,
tna Fjra Ins. Co. of Hartford,
OK SAN KItANOISCO, CAMKOHN1A,
C. BREWER & CO.,
LIST OK OKKIUKKS:
J. O. Caller Picsidciit & Manager
O. II. JtobertMin Tieasurer
E. F. Itibhup Secretary
W. I- Allen Audltoi
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