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VOL. IV. NO. 536.
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ings of "Normal Sanitary Jneger
Undervear" advertised by unscrupulous
houses to mislead the public. The
Gfenuine- Normal Sanitary
" Cannot bo purchased there, but
only at my Store.
For tho Hawaiian Islands of Dr. med. G.
Jaeger's Sanitary Underwear.
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Life, Fire and Marine
.New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Etna Fire Insurance Co.,
'Union Insurance Co.,
OF BAN F11AN0ISCO, OAb.
Election of Officers.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING. OFTHE
Hilo Sugar Co. held on Monday,
Sept. 10, 1892, the following Stockholders
w ere re-elected to serve as olllcors during
tliu ensuing year:
W. O. Irwin
. .,,, President,
. , Auditor,
J. D. Spreckpls
W. M, Glllard..
H. M. Whitney, Jr
W. M, OIFFAKD,
Secretary II, B. Co,
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Australian Mail Service,
For San Francisco :
Tho now nml lino Al Sfeel Stortmlili
Of tint Oceanic Steamship Company will
he due nl Honolulu from Sj dncy and Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Mails ami Passengers on orabout thatdate.
For Sydney and Auckland :
The new and line Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
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on or about
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Mails and Passengers for the above ports.
The undersigned arc now prepared to is-iud
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
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Freight or Passago apply to
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l-!l General Ayouts.
AND 'Til K
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For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG.
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the above
ports on or about tho following dates:
Stmr. "China" Oct. 3, 18!) J
Stmr. "Oceanic" . ... Nov. 1, 1802
Stmr. "China" Dec. VI, lb!)2
Stmr. "Oceanic" . Jan. 11, 18).'i
Stmr. "China" Feb. 20, 16U.J
Stmr. "Gaelic" April 11, lbDU
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Steamers of tho above Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the above port on
orabout the following dates:
Stmr. "fiaclic" .. .. Oct. U1, 1MI
Stmr. "City of Itlo de Janeiro"
Stmr. "Bel gic" Feb. 8, 181KI
Stmr. "City of Peking" .Murch.'il. lbSM
Stmr. "Oceanic" .. . May 7, 18'i3
Round Trip Tickets
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For Freight and Passage apply to
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207 tr Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for B. V.
From Ban Francisco
ALAMEDA, Oct, 21
MARIPOSA, Nov, 18
MONOWAI, Dec. 10
From Sydney for
MARIPOSA, Oct. 20
MONOWAI, Nov. 17
ALAMEDA, Dec. 15
OHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oalni,
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
bor Contracts. .
Agent to grant Marriage Licences, Hono
Agent fur the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt A'
Scott's Freight and Parcel Express,
Agent for tho Durllugtou Route.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
ani GENERAL AGENT.
Bull 318- TELEPHONE -Mutual 130
P. O, Box 115
38 Merchant at. Honolulu, II. I.
Tho Golden Era.
Tho chiof nim of . tho lottery peo
ple) nl present sooins lo lw to eatoh
a few of tho votgs,of mcckanicH and
workinginon. .Their main argument
may bo fairly summed up as follows:
tho contract labor nystoiri bonellts
tho planters and makes them rich
whilo it injures tho workingmon;
tho lottery will help tho mechanics
and workingmon, therefore lot us
knvo the lottery.
Tho lottery podplo rightly call tho
contract, labor Bj'Btcni a species of
slavery, and nuvor tiro of telling
how it is hurtinir the country; vet
m tho uoxt Divatli tlmv uso Hub
samo contract lnbor system to jiiKtify
thoir oirorts to got a loltory fastouiHl
upon us. Thoy do not pooin lo soo
that tho legitimate conclusion of.
thoir own argument is, wo havo ono
great evil hore, lot us bettor our
selves by gutting another; wo havo
ono species of slavory, lot us add
another! Tho wholo or tho schomo
is being worked up ou tho plea that
tho lottery will bo a benefit to
mechanics and tho laboring classes.
It did not do so in Louisiana and
Now Orleans. Louisiana had prac
tically to repudiate part of her debt
aud evon then tho State debt in
creased from $11,781,125 in 1880 to
Sl-1,-133,881 in 18J0. In Now Orleans
matters are still worse In 1871) tho
Louisiana legihlaturo passed a bill,
and appointed six citizens as a
Board, "to liquidate tho indebted
nebs of tho cit3" of Now Orleans and
to apply tho assets to tho satisfac
tion thereof." This board of liqui
dators reported a debt of .?1 7,7.'!(i,
508.1)".). Tho Louisiana lottery, just
liko tho Hawaiian lotte, mado big
promises of help in order to get
thoir charier. Tho act of incor
poration said "that whereas many
millions of dollars havo been with
drawn from and lost to this State
by tho sale of Havana, Ken
lucky, 'Madrid and other lottery
tickets, combinations and devices,"
tho objects of tho cor
poration aro "to save money lo tho
State," "to establish a reliable homo
institution for tho sale of tickets"
and "to provide means to raise a
fund for education and charitable
purposes." in .spilo of all thoho
glittering promises and after from
ton lo twenty years of lottery bone
tits, Louisiana had to scale down her
dobt and htill it increased between
1880-90 nearly 0,000,000; whilo tin
city of Now Orleans after having tho
loltory in her midst for ton yours
was forced into bankruptcy with a
dobt of ovor ?17,()00,0X). Tho lot
tery owners had in thoir own pockets
tho millions which wero to bo saved
to tho pooplo and tho most of thai
money was spent not in New Orleans
but in Now York and olsowhoro.
Tho president of this same lottery
company, which humbugged the
people of Louisiana into giving them
a charter, now tolls us thai this Ha
waiian lottery scheme is a "fako sen
sation," a schomo got up to got a
charter and then soil it to tho highest
mutter. J'resKlont (Jonrad of the
Louisiana Lottery Co. ought lo know
protty well tho nature of lottory
schomes, and that is his opinion.
Tho promi.-os mado bj- tho promoters
of this Hawaiian lottory aro not
binding upon those who bu- tho
charter fioin thorn. Tho supposed
inonied men who aro said to bo back
ing this lottery bill do not live in
Hawaii, wo cannot touch thoir property-
-if thoy havo any. Thoy pro
mifo security after they havo had
soiini months in v. Rich to peddle the
chatter and possibly got some ono to
buy it. 11 UiOM) men really meant
bmm.iuj hy did mil, at least, ono
oi mom (onio to Honolulu and show
that, th.b i a genuine attempt to
benefit this country financially? Why
do thoy deputize Messrs. Williams,
Phillips and Footo to do their dirty
work to the loss of their own busi
nesses whilo these supposed capi
talists write to Honolulu making big
promises which tho Louisiana lottery
people, who know tho tricks of the
trade, tell us are nothing
a lot of
loss than tho vaporings of
sliarpeis. l'jvon 11 these
wore reliable to what do
We are promised S100,(XX) for a
cable; but a cable would cost from
2,n0O,(X)0 to &t!000l0X. Is it at all
likely that any capitalists would
sink millions of dollars in a cable
relying chiefly upon a promise of
about Jl per cent on this money
from a loltory company of whoso
financial standing little is known.nud
tho success or failure of whose
scheme it would take years to show.
Is it at all likelv that the United
Stntes, after strictly prohibiting tho
uso of its mails ami newspapers by
any lottery, would allow a cable to
that country to bo used chiefly for
lottery purposes? Not much! Would
any lottery company lay a cable or
interest tliumselves in ono which
they could not use? Wo will havo
no cable until tho United Statu in
terests itself in the matter or wo aro
touched by a through cable to Aus
tralia or Japan. The promised
bribes of ?50,tXX) yearly to each of
tho two railroad companies would
pay a little over 2 percent upon tho
11101103' necessary to build them; to
say nothing about whether tho traf
fic would pay for running expenses
and repairs, How inauj men do our
lottery frionds expect would invent
their money under such conditions?
We aro promised lino buildings
for the lottery's olllcos. The follow
ing is all the Louisiana lottery need
ed: A certain gray building on Saint
Charles btreot m tho city of Now Or
leans, a lottory wheel of the most re
cently approved pattern, some ollice
furniture and other paraphernalia.
Would our little lottorj' do any bot
tor? Wo aro promised a big hotel,
totally regardless of tho fact that
our Hoyal Hawaiian Hotel seems to
bo changing malingers fairly rapidly
for a business that was11 paying. Do
tho lottory people expect men to
coino horo and sink money in build
ings? Can any sensible man believe that
if a mechanic or workingiuan spends
from live to Ion dollars a month on
lottory tickets, tho store-keeper,
butcher, baker, shoemaker, etc.,
won't havo just so much less paid
him for his goods? Will not the men
who pin ploy labor bo loss able to
employ men if thoy receive loss
money? Who will Setter, njost in the
end? The man who is'depeuding up
on others for employment.
Which is bettor that the money
earned in hard toil should bo left in
honest circulation to benefit trade
generally and thus oory man, or
that wo should pay part of our
11101103- into a lottery company's
hands in order that tlioy can keep
the inost of it and pay back tho rest
of it to tho Hawaiian treasury as a
bribe, so that thuy maj' conduct what
tiny openly confess to bo n bad
business? No" man, bo ho mechanic,
laborer, moi chant or professional
man, can afford to vote for any man
who favors tho lottery.
" II. W. Peck.
Extract From an Address by nn
"We're going to 'whoop it up'
when we're annexed and got that
bounty of two cents per pound on
our sugar. Wo ain't 111 this patrio
tic American annexation league for
our health. We're after cash. Wo
don't want that d ago lottu-. It
would knock our little game into a
cocked hat. When wo get that little
old two-cent bounty out of those
American suckers wo'ro going to
raise ho wages of every cuss on tho
plantations, and give all of thoir
wives a silk dross and every kid a
double back action patent cradle and
a rattle. Wo ain't hogs. There's
no bristles On us. Wo believe in be
ing liberal. Whenever we doubled
our income on a sugar' deal wo
always doubled the wages of our
employees. Ask tiieji if we didn't.
Wo don't want any lottory because
it would filch money from our Am
erican cousins. And that's wicked!
It's awful wicked!! 'Piracy would
be preferable.' It's altogether dif
ferent about that bounty business
of course that money would coino
from tho poor, downtrodden, 'loath
some' American people, too and
and thoy wouldn't got any return
for it. But it's different from a lot
toiy. 1 can't loll you why it's dif
ferent, but it is. All tho uest men
of this place sa3' so. L. A. Thurston
and W. O. Smith will explain it all
to 3'ou tho3'ro lawyers I haion't
time. I've got to attend a meeting
of the Chamber of Commerce to
protest against thai 'fleecing lot
ter3' " Kalph Turner.
Tho Soarch Expodition.
It is just ono week ago to-night
since tho American Minister Stevens,
Consul-Gonoral Severance and the
U; S. S. Boiton wore communicated
with on tho subject of instituting
search for the missing boat's crow of
tho wrecked W. A. Campboll, a re
port of which appeared in tho Bul
letin first on last Friday afternoon.
Tho answers wore vague and indefi
nite except such as received from
tho Boston which supplied tho in
formation that no instructions had
been received. Now, this afternoon,
tho Boston starts on her belated trip
in tho cause or humanity. Tho ex
cuse cannot bo oUorod t hat tho at
tention or thoso oflicuils was not
drawn to the need for humane action,
nor can poverty of tho nation thoy
represent bo advanced, in atonement
for disgusting quiescence. If the
Boston comes across a ship's boat
containing fourteen grinning ghasth
corpses, including those of a loving
mother and her babe- an American
woman and her child it will not bo
a-pleasant picture to contemplate,
nor will it boa source of satisfaction
lo Hubiton when thoy rolloct upon
tho odium which has already boon
cast upon tho namesake of tho capi
tal city of tho old "Hay Stato," by
tho senility and Chineso-liko stoli
dity of the man from Maine.
Another Indignant American.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 18!)2.
A Good Taing to Koop at Hand.
Prinn the Troy Kansas) Chief,
Some yuurs ago wo wero very much
subject to hoveie spells of cholera
morbus: and now when wo feel nnv
of tho symptoms that usually pro
ceed that ailment, such as sickness
at the stomach, diarrluea, etc., we
become scary. We havo found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera aud Diar
rhii'a Kemeily the yory thing to
straighten ono out in such cases, mid
always keep it about, We are not
writing this for n pay testimonial,
but to lot our readers know what is
it good thing to keep handy in tho
house. For sale by all dealure.
Benson, Smith A; Co., Agents for tho
Persons troubled with uhronio
diarrhti'ii should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera aim Diarrhiva Ko
medy. Many cases have boon cured
by it after all else hod failed and
skilled physicians wore powerless.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith k Co., Agonts for tho HawaU
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