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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, September 06, 1892, Image 4',
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Hoply to Mr. Bishop.
El)lTOH UULLKT1N I
I did not soo Hov. S. 15. Hishop's
nrliclo under (ho caption of "grip
ping linnds wit lit liudovil" until nHor
tho roplj' to the Advoitior was writ
ton, niul ask loavo to answer him. 1
hnvo tlio highest admiration for the
intolleelual attainments of my dis
tinguished critic; 1 have read with
pleasure, and I hopo with profit
ninny of his contributions to the
foroign press; articles reniaikablo for
thoir perspicuity, and showing so in
timate an acquaintance witli scienti
fic research, combined with eloquent
originality as to place their author
in tho van of modern thinkers. This
is not fulsome praise, but simply tho
sincere expression of one who oices
tho sentiments of the reading pub
lic, who have for years recognized
tho rare mental and moral worth of
tho man. 1 read his letter in a late
issue of your paper on the lottery
question, and although I honestly
differed from tho views therein ex
pressed 1 thought it had tlto clear
ring of tho pure metal of personal
conviction, and was gieally surprised
at his last letter a letter that I can
ohly describe as puerile, and excuse
only on tho ground that the gentle
man deemed it iuceary to descend
to the niontal level of one whom he
considered incapable of contioveisial
argument. Otherwise I cannot un
derstand by what parity of lcason
ing he places the crime of "chicken
stealing" in tho same category with
lottoiies. That style of "argument,"
has been worn thieadbare by Prohi
bitionist sand other vapid disputants,
is wholly unworthy of a man of the
mental calibre of S. 13. Bishop. In
his former letter ho say- that if the
lottery is established our proposed
exhibit in Chicago will be shunned
'as a nest of lepiosy." Will the
seeker after the cm ions, tho costly
and the beautiful, find nothing, then,
to admire in the displays of Ger
many, France, Italy, Colonial Spain
and Mexico J Do not all of the-o
nations sanction tho conduct of lot
teries under otlicial surveillance?
Nay, 1 cannot believe that Ameiica,
that tolerates a Wall stieet in Now
York, a Stock Exchange in San
Francisco, and billiard halls, race
tracks and varied games of chance
in over- prominent city in the Union,
will express tho "concordant abomi
nation" for Hawaii should tho bill
pass that Mr. Bishop assorts. 1 do
not boliovo that Mr. Bishop or any
of his colleagues will patronize a
lottery. No man who resists the
allurements of tho gambling games
now conducted hero will purchase a
single ticket. Tho pations would be
those who gamble now and their
speculative losses would simply be
diverted from tho cho fa lottoiies of
tho Asiatics to a legaliz.ed corpoiato
lottery, paying the Government a
bonus of half a million dollars a 3 ear
for tho privilege of locating hero. In
tho above allusion to local gambling
the Advertiser is my authority; I
have no personal cognizance of (ho
existence of a single game of chance
on thoo Islands. In conclusion 1
wish to say that 1 ha.o no piesentor
prospective connection with tho pro
posed lottery, am not acquainted
with its piomoters, and should have
taken no part in tho present discus
sion had it not been for tho Adver
tiser's action which was tantamount
to declaring ovory man who signed
tho petition in its favor to lie a
criminal, although tho signer.-, may
have been honestly, if not wisely,
convinced of tho expediency of tho
scheme. Hai.ni Tuiinijii.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 18512.
That Lottery Swindlo.
Editoii Bulletin: -
Goodno.ss gracious, what a Kidil
and for tho land's sake what about?
"Knaves and tliiiio," "ni-oundrol
lottery gang," "vilo combination of
outlaw hharpore," "blackings and
convicts," "hated abomination" and
a hundred nioro htrong adjectives
joined together to exjneshthe one
sided opinions of a class and till
about that poor lottery bill.
I suppose if there were no saloons
here, and some enterprising indivi
dual who bolioved in "taking a little
wine" for his "stoinach'h sake" wore
to desiio to .start one, all tho above
epithets would bo heaped on his
head by this selfsame class. Who
iu tho world over gave the Adver
tiser, and its cotorie tho monopoly
to'keop othor people's consciences?
To my mind the whole arguments
adduced by the class who are soup
in arms against tho evil of lotteries
aro an insult to tho pure and uude
iiled religion of Christ, It is just as
though thoy said "tho principles wo
have tried to inculcate iu tho church
and at tho home aro of 110 avail
against tho ovil without." I am of
a (liflorunt opinion. I boliovo (hat
tho principles of Christ and His
teachings aro a match for all ovil.
Ono of your correspondents seems
to claim for himself the right to in
terpret American politics. lie is
decidedly smartor than I can possi
bly givo him credit for, for if there
is a thing on earth whose ways
aro past finding out it is Am
erican politics, and f would not
mind venturing tho opinion thut
if tho question for or against a lot
tery was put to manhood suffrage
by ballot in the United Slates tho
verdict would be an overwhelming
one in its favor. America has far
more dangerous swindles in exist
ence to-day than lotteriesto wit,
stock gambling both in San Fran
cisco and New York, and 1 certainty
think these are more far-reaching in
their dangerous 1 emits them it is
possible for a lottery to be. There
is no force to compel a man to bum
his lingers twice with lottery tickets,
but lot him be induced to buy a
huudicd shmes of stock and then
conies a little assessment which ho
must pay and so on ml infinitum.
Your coriespondent also scorns to
have a private understanding with
the Commissioners of tho World's
Fair, when he informs us that they
would cancel their engagements to
give us room because the Hawaiian
exhibit would be a nest of lopiosy.
Suroly, Mr. Editor, this is assump
tion with a vengeance. Ho also begs
tho question by talking about the
Treaty. Wliv ! bless me, tho S11
piemo Couit of the United States
lias declared that tioaties aio not
worth the paper thoy ate written on
the moment its hegislatuie says so.
Lastly, as to opinions inN Ameiica,
I am convinced Ameiicans have too
much good sense either to curse us
for passing (lie bill or bless us for
not pa-sing it. The Government of
the United States is not such a bug
bear as Mime ''Hawaiian" Americans
would have us believe.
I may be thick-skulled, but 1 must
say 1 fail to see wlieiein molality
liguies in this question. Legislation
m:vi:u i r nii:vi;mi:d ny kvil and I
take the giouud that it is best to try
and control it. and in this opinion 1
am certain I shall bo upheld by the
majority. For that icasoii with pro
per guarantees that tho conditions
shall be abided by, let us have tho
lottery. G. K.
The Eaglo as a Symbol.
'PIio history of that bird as a
symbol of tho Roman empire and of
other pov.or-i claiming .succession to
tho same is hoio pretty fully stated.
In Europe there aro still the eagles
of Austria, Hus-i:i and Germany, be
sides others pertaining to minor
An able writer remai Its tliat "owing
to the restoration of the western
empire during the rule of tho TJvzan
lino Ctcsars the woild lias never
since the time of Augustus been
without one or two Emperors of tho
Tho picsont Austrian Emperor,
though holding scarcely a piovince
of Adrian, is tho diicct successor of
Charlemagne, who was crowned in
Homo Emperor of the Uonian, the
sixty-ninth from Augustus.
The Car of Russia bears tho
double-headed eaglo which was as
sumed by tho Grand Duko Ivan Bas
ilovitz, who in 1 172 married Sophia,
the daughter of Thomas Paloologus
and niece of the last Emperor of
Byantium, Constantino XIV.
The German Emperor reigns over
some Roman provinces and boars a
double-headed eaglo with the crown
Tho single-headed eaglo assumed
with impel ial title by tho first Napo
leon Bonaparte sets forth tho union
of tho whole Roman empire as tho
traditional aim of his family.
All this strikingly harmonizes with
the admitted fact of the continu
ance to tho present time, though iu
a divided state, of the Roman Eni
piio, and suggests thoughts as to
what may lie the ultimate meaning
of the vvoids, "Whoiesoevor the
body is thither will tho eagles bo
gat liered togot hor." Vetmintrr He
view, Tuko Good Caro of tho Children.
If you have children you will bo
inteiested in tho experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
ill. Jlosays: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had very severe and dangerous
att ticks of bloody flux. The doctor
hero wiis unable, after a week's time,
to check or lolieve either case. 1
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrho'a Remedy. Im
provement was seen very soon and
my children arose iu a fow days
from what 1 feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine." For sale by all dealers. Ren
son, Smith Si Co., Agents.
Old Rags Wnnted.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
ages, aio wanted foi use at tho Bishop
llomo and tho Boys' Home, Lopor
Sett lenient, .Molokai. Ring up 281
.Mutual telephone, and they will bo
sent for; or leave the same at the
otlice of tho Board o1' Health, or tit
J. T. Watorhouso's, Queen street.
When you want a I'orlntit Enliirtjiil
call on Kimj lirus,, yit their Price Lint,
and are Sample . Then can't '"' '"''
in noxoi.ubu, hui'i'oswi) ox Tin:
J Water Front, a (iolil Ktud, for thu m
1 111 11 uf which a reward of I'J.fiO will lie
paid. Hctuili to this olllcc. alli-Ht
I70K Till: HKTUHX OF jXA.Mlti:it
V Cigarette. Holder. lot on tho WaiUM
load, toward thu 1'urK, on TiiumIuv last,
HW-lu J. W. AKUUiUK,
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
I tM. I. LIST, or -
At lirii't'H which vp (xtidilUlied 1111
coiuiiii'iicniK t'ASH lliiiiiiOHs.
Turkish Rath Soap, 4 CaUos 25 cts.
Farina Bouiuiot, 4 Cafce-s 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maplo, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Gents.
EW Sec our Kine Line nf
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
Cff Call and sec uur dirndl lii'foio Im.v
ini; cKewliciu. Last Imtiiot Ica-t
1. wtui: v will TV 01
Novels & Popular Bound Books,
I (UUTIOX the Public
JL in it of "Xoimal
iiKuInst the ollci
ITnilciwcar" advertised ly uiixci npiilotis
houses to mislead the pulllic. The
jDiiino Normal Sanilarv
tSF Cannot he purchased there, hut
oul at m, htoiv.
For tint Hawaiian Inlands of Dr. ined. Ct.
.luegcr's Sanitary Underwear.
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish to inform tho Public of Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
Islands that they have seem ed tho
services of Mr. Charles I.mlw if;sn,
an opert Candy Makei of long ex
perience, and vho is pjilioularly
familiar with ihe tastes of all loven
Having recently iiiiulo great I111
piovcineiitsaud added new machin
ery toouro.xtensivc Candy Factory,
wo aro now bettor aide than over
hoforo to supply tho public vvitli
High (Irado Confections of Unsur
passcd Quality niul (Strictly Pure
and Wholesome Jlateiial. Our
motto will always bo
".soi now ciii:ai', uur now iooi"
can wo niiiktt tho Candies,
Yours, anxious to please.
J1AKT ,V CO.
Fl.iri. Iei:Cui:M 1'ahioiis
ami Ovniiv Fv nuiv.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co,,
Etna Fire Insurance Co,,
Union Insurance Co.,
OF SAX FUAXOISCO, OAb.
WM.b ItilhU.MK HIK
Residence 13 Emma St,
Mutual Tel, 321.
Aio Kci'dv'lng tfcvv Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
I1Y KVISUY STKAMHIt
STBAM PHINTWir Offliih
MKIilHIANT S IT.KKT.
vVlii'io they 111c fully picp.ncd to do all
lis of vvoik ill the latest M les
the shoitct notice ami .it the
Fine Ji.b Work in Colors a Specialty !
KxcciUlmI iu tho Most Attractive
Jteail thu following p.nti.il list of spec
ialties and get the Uui. 1.1. j in 's pi ices bo
fore placing your oidci-,. y .so doing
you will save both time and money.
Uills of Lnding,
litlHillChh (J, lids,
Scliol.ii.sliip (Jcrti lieu ics,
UecciplK of all kimln,
l'i(iiiiitMiy N itcH,
Luliels of muiy vniicly,
IVtilioiiH in any language,
Hiivelopt'H Loltur Circular!,
Spoiling Hcoich & Jtcconla,
Perpetual Washing lints,
(U'iu)iul Rook Woik,
Km.. F.te,, Ktc, Etc.,
l'l Intotl, mill Blocked when ile.slieil.-
tuSf" No Jnli U allowed to leave thu of.
Ilcu until it gives satisfaction.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.,
U1110I11I11. M., I.
,--w -p i t
5t. X-jO-uIsi, HVCo.
Manufactured from Pure Malt
GF-Xo Coin or Com l'li'iiirntions iivi'd in jilncc of M lit, iim is done li.v oilier l'.il
ern llieweiics in oulor lo cheapen I lie i'iwt of tlieir I!eci sunt io compete with 0111
vvoild-iunowned mid jnitly fumed article.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: C kettles every 2-1 hours, 6,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consump-iion of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,n00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Cora Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Aniii usru-Buscu Br.UR. It is, thcrcfoie, the highest priced but the
Mnt wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
' A.NNUALSn'1'PiNcCAiwnrv: 100.000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
'I lie Avm iisi it II ir-t 11 Co. have tallied oil" the Highest Illinois ami thu Highest
CI iss (told Medals whcicvei they have competed. At all of the International Inhibi
tions thionghoiil the woild their l'.eer Kseelled All OllicisI
Tlii.s Coiup'iity have prep.ued a Spei i.il l'.i.md of tluir Higbe-t fliade Deer for the
Hawaiian Islands, Known as "Sl'KCIAIi ltllKW," vvitli a hand-oine label and in White
Dottles, wliidi, with tbeii best "KXI'OIIT AN II KlIRKI! " in D.uk I'.ottles, lieielofoie
iinpoitcd, we will now supply to the Ti.ide in Quantities lo huh.
O- 0 MCCARTHY ,
(m:w iii't.i.r.Tiv ui.ocic, iinncii vnt sritui.T)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
"Five Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY HUKINKSS KN'TltUSTKl) TO MK Wll.l, ItKCKIVK I'liOMl'l' ATTI'.NTION.
WE G. IRWIN & COJfire,
OI'FKlt i'Olt sai.i:
,M,i:, HIKIsh A KIM.'
Celebrated Hih Grade Cane Manures.
W11 nie also piopaivd to take indeis for
Mosaics. 3ST. ClTltxiiclt Ss Co.'s
InsiirliiK pioiupl delivery.
tW'VUU Ih a Miiiciioi I'alnt Oil, con
Hiiiiiint; Icsm jilu'inent than I. in-red Oil, and
giving a lasting hiilllauey to iiiloi's,
llhed with diieis it gives a Hplendid Hour
FairLankCanuimj Co.'s Corned Bcol
I'Mivi i im: i-m.m o.'h
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Heed's Patent Steam Pipe Coveilug.
Jarboos' Diamond, Enamol & Ever
Kspecially dunlgned for Vacuum I'uug.
and Highest Grade Hops!
G-. W. MAOPARLANE & CO.,
Ayonts for tho llavvtiiian Islands.
Hartford Firo Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.,
Thames and Blersoy Marine lus. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Miiir. A'" llKM.aic nhowiiiji a fine
line 0 Jtamlnm anil utlnr btylc Parlor
h'aeeh, rull Itiaol.tlx, and Window
(jomli.es, at J'riien to meet the times.
IS SHOWIXO A
Now so Popular
AND AT l'iMOKS YVIIUIH YOU WILL
consii)i:ii i:xoi:i:i)iX(iLY low
fou sut'ii 11 11111 (iiLvm-: hoods.
T. r. si.v 1 uiv.
. . luil.slltt.
Foil st over F. Ucit.'s ."hoc Stoic.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT YIEVS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such as Natives Making l'oi Orass Houses
Hawaiian Stylo Hiding Hiilahtiia
Dancers Cocuaiuit (1 loves l'.ilm
niul Date Uioves Street Views
and Duildings War Vessels
Shipping niul Maiino
Views, Ktc., Ktc.
Also a I.irge Collection of all l'loinineut
and Inteie-ting Views of tho Hawaiian
Islands, 1 it her Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian "Views
Made up to Older at the most Heasonahlu
Hates in Honolulu.
Cabiuots SB and S5 a Dozeu.
F. O. ltov l!13 -
Win. 6. Irwin & Co.
Win. 0. Ii in,
Theo. ('. I'oiter
- President and Manager
- - - - Viee-l'icsident
- Scuetary and Trcnsiuer
AQENTS Or TUG
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OP SAN KItAXCISCO, OAI,.
G. BREWER & CO.
(i. II. Itobeitson.
i:. l' llisbop.
W. R Allen
Hon. C. It. llisbop
S. C. Allen
II. W.ltl'l lioiise..
Viesident and Slanager
, . . Secretary
The Best Lunch in Towiu
at .r,r. nouns.
TUB FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON IIANIl.
H. J. 3SrOI-iTE, Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G. J. "Waller, . . . Manager.
HUSTACE & CO.,
j)i:ali:ub in -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Willi h vu will sell at tlio Very I-ovu-st
.MurKet Hates for ('null,
Bell 414 - TELEPHONE - Mutual 19
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