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Honolulu, ir. i., Thursday, august ia, i82.
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VOL. IV. NO. 500.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
l'MNTKD AND I'UnMSItrO
EXUWT HtlNllAA Il Tllh
Daily Bulletin Publishing Co., L'd.,
at Tim orncr,
Merchant St., Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Miter's Steamship Co. Oceanic Steamship Go.
Australian Mail Service.
SUUSOltlPTION Six Dor.r.vtw a " rvit.
Delivered In Honolulu at Kinv Oi nth a
Month, in niHiiucc.
TEE WEEKLY BULLETIN
At Pouit Doli.aiis v Yrn to Domestic,
ami Prvi Doli.vus to Porcign Subsciibcis.
Will leao Honolulu at 2 r. ai., touching nt
Lahaina, Maalaca Bay, and Makcna
thu '-nine day j
Mahukona, Kawaibae, and Laupalioehoc
the following day, arriving at
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Done in Superior Style.
Address letters for tlio paper " Pditor
Hum LTir.," and business letters " Manager
Bulk-tin Publishing Company." Using a
personal address may cause delay in atten
tion. Doth Telephones iioO.
DANIEL LOGAN, - Editor and Manager.
P 1U DAY August 1
Returning leaves Hilo, touching ut 1. in
pahoehoe same tlnj ; Kawaibae v. m.; Ma
hukona 10 . At. j Mnkena t r. ai.; Maalaei
Hay Or. ai.; Lahaina 8 i m. tlie following
day; arriv ing at Honolulu li v. m. 'Wednes
day s and Saturday s.
ARRIVL'S AT HONOLULU:
SP No Freight will bo lcceivcd after
112 noon on day of v.iiliug.
For San Francisco :
The new and lino AI Steel Steamship
Of the Ocennii! Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from S.ulney and Auck
land on oi about
And will leave for the abne port with
Malls and l'assengenonorabout that date.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Attohm-v-vt-Lvu ami Notviia Piniiic.
2 Merchant Street. Honolulu.
LEWEKS & COOKE,
lmroitTiits ami Di iiiis in Luaiiii it mi
All. KINDS OI DuiI.lUMI MvriltlUS.
Port Sticet, Honolulu.
WILDER & CO.,
DlAIlUS IN LUMIU'It, Punts, Oiis, Xuii,
Salt, ami JJuiliiino Matliuuh
Ol l.AIUV KIND.
CorneiToit and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Imioktiks and Commission Mihuivnts.
Will lcao Honolulu ovciy Tuesday at
5 i". ai., touching at
Kahulul, Iluelo, Hana, Hamoa,and Kipaliulu,
And Paauliau, Hawaii.
Returning will nunc nt Honolulu oveiy
CGf No Freight will bo leiened after
1 1-. ai. on any of sailing.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The new and tine AI Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Ste unship Comp my will
be due at Honolulu, from San Pi.mei'-eo,
on or about
And will line prompt despitoh with
Mails and Passengers for the aboc poits.
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
The undei signed nie now piepiud to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
Port Sheet, Honolulu.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
OiNiitw. Commission Achats.
Corner Port and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Imi annus and Commission Mimiivtrs.
Kaalutiiuinu Street, Honolulu.
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
lMPOKTrit AND DPVMK IN UlMllVI. Ml U-CHVMIIS1.
Consignees must be at the 1 Hidings to
lcccn'e tlie.ii Prcight, as we will not hold
ouivehes lcspoiiMble after suih Preight
has been landed.
While the Coinpui will use due dili
gence m h nulling Live Stoelc, we decline
to assume any usponsibiht incite of the
loss of 11110.
The Conipui will not bo responsible foi
Monoj or .TewcliA unless placed in tho c.uo
A'. C. VV1LDPR, President.
S. H. ROfeH, Fcciotarv.
CAP!'. .1. A. KING, Port Supt.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
GONSAIiVES & CO.,
WiioiisaieGrocfiis and Win i Mi i!CHNrH
lieaver Block, Honolulu.
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
AlICTIONI Fit AMlGlM-ItU. IlUSlMssAlU NT.
Mahukona, Koliala, Hawaii.
S? Por fuither p.utknlars regaidmg
Freight ur Passage appb to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
i-oi General Agents.
Occidental and Oriental S, S, Co.
Aip Ueceiv lug New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVKItY S'lHAMKK
STEAM PRMG OFEICb
Whcic they :uo fully prepared to tlo nil
kinds o work in the latest stv let, :it
tltcj shortest uotiuc and .it thu
most Reasonable Hates.
Paper Patterns !
PULL L1ND OP
At prices which we established on
commenting CASH Itusiniss.
Turkish. Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
jtF Sec out Pine Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
$P Call and m'c mu Goods heroic buy
ing tl-uwbcre. Latbutnot least
i.vkki vvnu r oi
Novels & Popular Bound Books.
Fine Job Work -in Colors a Specially !
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Stc.imeis of the above Coinpinies will
t all at Honolulu on their waj to tbo aboe
poits on or about the following dates:
WENNER & CO.,
Manufaotukinu AND iMl'OKriMl Jl M I.I KS,
02 Port Street, Honolulu.
MtMIKAI'TUItlMl Jl'WKII'll ami Watgh
MAKI'lt. Ktikui Juwolry a specialty. Particular
attention, paid to all kinds of ropaiis.
King Street, Honolulu.
Tlio undeisigncd having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Hit mi ci 1 1 iu;n ii
PROM Till: WORKS OP
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Am now piepaud to gho Pstiniatcs and
uccivc Urdcis for tliu--o Dnginus, '
of any size and stjle.
Stmr. "Chun" ..
Aug. 2 J, 18'U
Ot t. J, 1S')2
Nov. I, WM
Dec. Vi, Ib'U
Jan. II, lh'J!
Pel). 20, IS') J
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of the aboic Companies will
call at Honolulu on their waj fioin Hong
Kong and Yokohninn to the above port on
or about the following dates:
Stmr. "China" . Sept. !), Ife'li
Stmr. "Gaelic" Oct. M, lb').'.
Stmr. "City of Rio do .lain iro"
Dee. 30, Ib'Ji
Stun. "Delgle" I'cb. 8, 1801
Stmr. "City of PeMng" .M.uch .11. lh'H
Stmr. "Oceanic" . May 7, 180!
ATLAS ASSURANCE CO.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
AuTdTH i-oit tub Hawaiian Ismm.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARi: NOW MANUPAOi'URING A
stvld op i.ocoMonvi:
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which havo lectintlv been
received at these Islands, and wn will hau
plcasuiu in furnishing plantation agents
and iiiiuuigcrs with particulars of sumo.
Round Trip Tickets
TO YOKOHAMA AND RETURN $350.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
STI'AM Dnoimh, Suomi MlHH, llolll'lts,
COOIIIW. IltON, llllAHS, AMI Ll'MI
Machinery of Kvory Desciiption Made to
Order. Partit ular atttiiition paid to bhips'
lllackumithiiig. Job Work executed at
Um'M I.I'NT AceOMMODAIIOd I'Olt PaHINTS.
King Sticet, Honolulu.
Dr. A. R. Rowat, V. S.
7:30 to 10 a.m.; 12:30 tu Ui. m.j I:301o0i-.m.
ilelllJ. TDLP.PHONliS Mutual IS.).
P. O. llox .1211.
The Supotioiity of these Loioinothcs
our all other miikes Is known not only
hero but is at know lodged tliioughout tbo
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
Steam Candy Factory
& Por freight and Passage apjilj to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Hotel W m Im Phone
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Airiio Honolulu Leao Honolulu
from H. P. for S. P.
Sopt.7 Sopl. 11
CM.fi CM. 12
Nov. 2 Nov. .)
O. B. RULEY,
Comphto plans and Kiiecillcatious for
oiety description of building. Contracts
drawn and careful suporjuteudomo of con
strut tioii given when reipiired. Call and
examine plans. Now designs. Modem
buildings. Ollleii, Room 6,Spru Kills' illoek.
Mutual Tul. aH,
Piuclic.il Coufictionei, Pastrj Cook
r"nnif HULLIITIN IS Till: L13ADING
X Dally Papef of thu Kingdom, i'lft)
cints per mouth,
Pioin San PranciMO
ALAMHDA, Oct. '-M
MARIPOSA, Nov. lb
Prom Sjdiiej for
J.emc J lonulul it.
MONOWAI, Aug. X
MARIPOSA, Oct, Ml
MONOWAI, Nov. 17
Kxt'ciituil in the Most Atli.iethe
Ke.it! the following paitial list of spec
ialties mid get the BtJi.i.i. tin's pi ices bo
foie placing i tun oulcis. Ry so doing
j ou will s.iao both time ami money.
Bills oi Lading,
Koliiil.trsliip Cort iliu.it cs,
HeeeiptH of all kinds,
1'ioiiiiHHory 1 Uuh,
L.iIh'Im of ovory Miiitty,
1'utitioiih in any luiiguiigo,
i:iiolopt'n A LotttT Circulars,
Spotting Scores & KeeonlH,
I'oiputiuil W.ifcliing IJstB,
Ounuiiil Hook Work,
Kin.. Kit!., lUe-., Klo.,
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish toinfoimthu Public of Hono
lulu and all residents of the olhci
islands th it they have secured the
seniles of Mr. Chiulcs Ludwigsen,
an expert Candy Makei of long ex
pel lenie, and who is paiticul lily
familial with the tastes of all loeis
IltiMiig recently made gicit 1111
provenientsand added new in u bin
ery tooureten-ie Candj Viu toij ,
we aio now bettei able than u
befoio to supply the public with
High Gride Coiiftctions of Unsui
pised timilltj and btrn tl Pine
and Wholesome Matenil. Oiu
motto will alwajs be
"mm now in r, mir now noon"
c in wo make the Candles.
Yoilis, anxidus to please.
11 ART v. CO.
lh in. Ii i Cm ai Pmiioks
AM, I'lSIll P KIKl.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lite, Fire and Marine
AG I3NTS FOll
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OP DOS TON.
yEtna Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co.,
OP SAN PRANCISCO, OAL.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oauu.
Aguit to take Atkiiowledgiiiiicnts to La
Agent to grant Marriage Lltcnses, Hono
Agent foi thu Hawaiian Islands of Pitt A
Scott's Prelght and Panel Hxpioss.
Agent fot the lltiillngtou Routu.
ri:al iihrATi: drokhr ,,KV1,
ami OHNHRAL AOHNT.
Stoi kholdeis of thu Hoiiumu btiuar
Compau.A held this da, the following
Ollliirs weioeliitcd for tlie uiMiiiig tar:
Prosiduut . . Tom May, ..
TiuiMiior . ,(lco. 11. Itohurtsuu,
Secretary , A. C. Loicklii,
Auditor . . P. Wundcnburg,
I J. O. Cailei
DIkcIois .. A
(Win. O. llrut.li.
A. 0. LOVHIvlN,
Secretary llonomu b'ugai Co.
Honolulu, Aug. Id, ISO.'. los-liu
I'llnlud, and Blocked wlmii di'siiuil.
tQf" No.Iol) is allowed lo Icavu tlio of
lltu until II glu'sfati-faclioii.
Hi 1 1
P. O. llox 115
3 Murclianl bt. -
MuruAi. IV i
BUJ,HT1N PUBLISHING CO.,
IfonolulU. II, It
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT TUL ANNUAL MLIU'INO OP
tbo bloikholders of the HANALLI
bUUAR MILL COMPANY, held thlsda,
thu lollowlug Ullliurs were elicteil lor tnu
I'resldent , Ohas. L Carlor, P.s.
VUe-President.. Hon. .1. N. b. Williams
beiiutiir) J. (). Caitcr
'Ireasuier.. Oio. H. Roberlson
Auditor . '. O. Carter
Who aroaNo Directors of thu Ciiiiipm.N.
J. O. CAUlT.lt,
bciretan II. b. M. Co,
Honolulu, Jul) 18, ISO.'. 17-m
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Is it Sln'oryP
Nti dtiiilit stinngors tratling
(liitiugh this lit 1 lo Kingdom, li;io
many times fmcoil upon ytm their
opinions and thoughts, regarding its
sineral institutions; but as 1 caine
heie from tlie domains of Undo
Samuel, largely to satisfy- myself as
to the tiuth of tlio numerous news
paper lepoits and accounts of inter
views with knowing ones fiom Ha
waii, legauling tlio o.ktoncc of
"Model u Slaory, nuclei the disguise
of Contract Labor," 1 think perhaps
a plain statement, of facts, as they
appeared to an unprejudiced ob
sener, might pioo of some little
inteiest. Anyhow 1 hao decided to
gho you a brief account of what 1
havo thus far seen in the Island of
Hawaii, and if agreeable lo jou, will
follow with tlio same uinainishctl
tale, after liaiiny isitod the othei
islands. I left the hteamerat Aiahu
kona, and together with a half doen
others took the train for the cane
districts of Koliala; and after a lido
through a rather uninteresting coun
try, ooi the crookedest hack in the
world, 1 was glad to find 1113 sulf at a
station wlioio 1 could free niAsulf
from the unearthly groans and
scie.imb of the cars, which seemed
to "oriotisly object lo the twisting-,
and contortions thoy had been Mib
jected to; and which reminded mo
of tlio like gioans and screams 1 ex
pected to hear from the poor slaves,
writhing under the oiorseei's lash.
1 was .somewhat lelieied when 1
siw the tiibt gang of Japs at work
in a field nearby, who from all ap
pearances had nothing lo fear fiom
behind and but liltlo lo oxpeel
ahead, judging fiom the snail-like
movements that characterized their
work. 1 thought, "If thesearo slaeb,
how much easier is their task than
that of free men." 1 learned, upon
inquii3r, that about eight hour-, con
stituted a day's woik, although tlieii
contract calls for ton. And that
eer3- plantation (of which 1 think
there aio four) employs a Japanese
physician, who 0x013 morning oxa
mrnes tiro men claiming to be unable
to work, and orr Iris coitiiicalo only
aro U103' obliged todotlulj. Arrd
besides tiro Jap. physician, there aro
two thoroughly educated white
physicians, ready to lesporrd in any
cases beyond thoskillof tiro Oriental
doctori (who, by the way, aro not
what wo in America would consider
of very much ability). So I con-
citttieci that the "staves til ivohaia
had nothing to complain about.
From Kolrala J went (on a consti
tutionally tired horso) over the
mountain to Waimea, where a China
man served mo a fair lunch at a fair
puce, i hence alter a lew hours
ride through an interesting country
1 reached the District of Hamakua,
said, by those who icaido there, to
bo the richest of all the districts of
tiro kingdom. J did not think the
sugarcane looked nearly as well its
that irr Koliala, but was told the
old chestnut, that 1 had unfortun
ately visited the distiicl when it
looked tlio meanest it over had with
in the memory of the oldest inhabi
tant, in conseipience of a long con
tinued dry season. I found hero as
in Koliala the voiy best feeling exist
ing between employer anil employee.
The workmen were well housed and,
so far as 1 could see, contented.
Their going to, and reluming fiom
work, reminded mo very much of a
military funeral. In thu morning
.slowly treacling wrth almost tmpor
ceplible movement, as though mark
ing time to tlio Dead .March in Saul,
like the soldier with downcast eyes
arrd arnrs reversed; at night lotuin
ing like the soldierr, from the grave
to the tune of Annie Jloonoy. Hero,
Lwas likewise informed, each planta
tion hail its physician, who stood
between the laborer and airy possi
ble injustice, from being forced to
work when physically unable.
1 net found myself in thoDistiict
of Hilo, which boasts much pleasant
or scenery and fai less wind than
Koliala and Hamakua. Hut after
leaving a little scattering village
with an unpronounceable name,
where, 1 was told, the intor-island
stcamorh made a weekly lauding,
the toads giow gradually and stead
ily vvor&e, until it seemed as if 1
must have wandered from the Clov
erumeirt thoioughfare. i had half
a mind to turn back, but had deter
mined to go to thesoiitheiu end of
the island, and so pushed on, at risk
of life and limb, through bottomless
mud pits, over intoxicated bridges
(some of which were fenced against
travel), ami through rapid and dan
gerous streams, till at last ascending
a steep ravine, where a railroad had
forbid the further advance of any
one at all nervous 1 once more
reached belter footing, which con
tinned to improve till I reached the
pi etty tropical town of Hilo, where
1 arrived about eight o'clock in the
ev erring, after air easy ride inter
ludedwith frequent rests. I found
the road for fifteen or twenty miles
from Hilo irr good condition, with a
few unimportant exceptions, and
the streams crossed by substantial
bridges. In fact, all tiro way from
Koliala to Hilo with the exception
before mentioned, covering perhaps
fifteen miles, I found the roads in
good average condition, but the ex
ception is a terrible one. I found
that in Hilo even greater care was
taken to protect the rights of the
laboier than irr Kolrala and Hama
kua, as all the plantations, save one,
have resident physicians who are
graduates of American colleges,
and competent in medicine and
surgeiy. The exception was a
large plantation situated some ten
miles from Hilo, vvho-e physician
resided in Hilo where he had a largo
local practice, forbidding daily visits
to the plantation. And J was told
that when a laborer refused to work
on a plea of sickness, if he was
thought to be shamming, a warrant
was telephoned for, arrd the man
walked irrto Hilo to bo examined,
and if upon arrival he was forrrrd in
good condition ho was taken before
the court and fined, but if, in the
opinion of the physician, ho was ac
tually ill, ho was allowed to return
to his sick bed, which he reached
after a walk of twenty miles, which
would seem to the uninitiated rather
too much exercise for a man who
might bo corning dovvrr with fever.
This looked the most like substanti
ating the claim of existirrg slavery of
anything 1 had t litis far -eerr. Add
it would be hard to decide whodo--orved
tho rrrost censure, the planta
tion oilieor who asked for tho war
rant, the sherilT who made the ar
rest, or tho judge who would con
vict under such ciicunistances; thoro
being no evidence that tho man was
not ill at the time of his arrest.
After a slay of a few days irr Hilo
I started for Kau via the Volcano.
The road for a large part of the way
lo the Volcano is good and the scen
ery beautiful bevoird description, but
for a few miles before reaching tho
Volcano House, though tho 'cenory
still continues delightful, tho road
from ol her reasons is beyond descrip
tion. Our party at last reached
theie and 1 would have liked to have
remained many days with Host Lee,
for ho certainly Knows how to keep
a hotel, but ueithei pur-o iror time
would allow, and after having visit
ed the greatest of the world's won
ders, 1 continued my way through
thousands of acres of lava which
strelchcd away like a great black
sea, until 1 reached Kau and this
1 find tho condition of the labor in
this district on a par with tho others,
with an exceedingly pleasant and
competent ii. D. jealously guarding
their delicate constitutions.
So, upon the whole, Air. Editor, I
feel safe in saying that so-called
slavery, in the Island of Hawaii at
least, is an institution irr which the
advantages of the employee exceeds
'free labor in the Urrited States or
Jov.vnitN ISdvv'akds, Tourist.
Powdorly on tho Pinkortons.
Urand Master Workman l'owdorly
appeared before tho House Judiciary
Committee in tho Homestead inves
tigation. He denied the statorrrerrt
of the i'irrkettons relative to tho
character of their employes. Refer
ring to tho New York Central strike,
he accused Dopovv of deliberately
causing tho strike and then going to
Europe. Ho said tho Pinkortons
prevented a settlement of the strike.
Take Good Curo of tho Children.
If you have children you will bo
interested in the experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
HI. He says: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had vuiy severe and dangerous
attacks of bloody llrr. The doctor
heie was unable, after a week's time,
to check or relievo either case, i
throw the doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhcea Keinedy. Im
provement was soon very soon and
my childierr anwu in a few day's
from what 1 feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine," For sale by all dealers. Uen-
son, bum h X Co., Agents.
"Bank of Hawaii."
04 Derotania St.
Boll Tele. 280
Thoro is some fears that Horner's
"suicidal" Hanking Bill will pass thu
Legislature. To prevent this, all
should irot 11 Hill from the Hawaiian
been built inclose pioximity to tho Xows Company, study it, arid show
trail, which at best vu enough to up its weak pouits to all you moot,
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