BISHOP A Co., BANttEHS
Honnpr .. Hawaiian T!"n'li
Draw Ttxolianjto, on the
J3untc oi Cullfbrnla, . ST.
And their agent In
NEW YOBK, BOSTON, I10NG KONfi.
Mom. N. M. RothJhlld . Son, London
Tlio Commercial Rfttik Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co.. of Sydney,
Tho lVwU of New ZoMftlid ! Auckland,
Ohr'rtohutoh, Mid Wellington,
Tho Bank of Hrll'isli Columbia, Vie-
torn, U. 0., and Porilaii.' )r.
- i, . -
Trausaot Asnor..l flankl 'tifesiawe.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
HI onliimti'i, f '.'
Pledged to neither Sert nor Party,
Put established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1888.
The Hri.i.imx cares nothing
whether the Gazette is the organ of
the Government or not. AYo are
not in the habit of referring to our
contemporary as "the Government
organ," or as the "Government
wind bag," or as" " tho boodle
sheet, " or by any other extempo
rised appellation, but simply as the
"Gazette," the name assumed by
itself. There was a period, early in
the life of the Gazette as a "daily,"
when we may have styled it the
"Government organ; " but never,
we think, since it came fully under
the present control. Our contem
porary's assertion this moruing,
that "the Uui.i.utik impertinently
refers to the Gazette as. the 'recog
nised Government organ,' " is hasty
and inaccurate. Tho 13ui.m:tik, in
the matter referred to, simply re
corded the talk which was heard,
and heard too, by many, at the ball
of the previous evening. It was not
the Buu.utin, impertinent or peiti
nent, which referred to the Gazette
as "the recognised Government or
gan," but a number of puvons did,
and the Buu.miN- reproduced their
words. "We neither ailirm nor deny
that the Gazette is the organ of the
Government, nor care the smallest
trille whether it is or not.
AN .INTERVIEW WITH h PROMI
A representative of the Bulletin
happened into the oillce of a promi
nent physician-last evening, and was
shown by the genial doctor a laige
number of pathological specimens
prepared by himself for microscopic
examination, also some improved
instruments for the preparation of
the specimens. In tho comae of
the conversation that intervened,
the subject of leprosy was intro
duced, and tho doctor in answer to
the question o.c iv!:st liu thought l!.-
leprous germ was, remaiked that in
his opinion it was an animal bacil
lus, but how it originated, and how
it was propagated in the human
system was as yet unexplained, lie
advanced a theory, however, that
the germ was oiiginaliy dissemin
ated through tho medium of un
cooked lish ; for, said the doctor,
we know that people who subsist on
a fish diet in a raw stale, either
dried or fresh are more or less
troubled with leprosy; while those
who subsist on lish, but eat it cook
ed, arc not so alllicted. Take, for
instance, he said, the inhabitants of
Scandinavia, Newfoundland, parts
of Canada, China and the Sandwich
Islands, all these people cat llbli
raw, either dried or fns-li, and have
leprosy among them, while in Eng
land, Fiance, America, and other
countries, laigo numbers of the
population live entirely on lish; but
it is cooked, and thus they escape
the ravages of the hncilltiH that may
exist in the fish, but is destroyed by
Yes, but how can you account for
the immunity of the natives of Ha
waii in former times from the rav
ages of oi this bacillus, if it exists
in lish? Their piincipal food was
raw fish, and often the lUh was not
even dead befoio it was served up
on the table of some Hawaiian epi
cures. At that time the germ had not
found a home in the fishes indigen
ous to Hawaiian waters. It is more
than probable that it was brought
here by Chinamen in tho dried iisli
that they brought from homo with
The natives call the disease the
"mai Pake," meaning the "Chinese
sickness," yet there i-, no authentic
record that the disease was brought
here by ;i Chinaman being bodily
alllicted with it. My belief is, the
doctor went on to say, that the
disease was first inlrudiiced hero
through the medium of lish impoitcd
from China, and tho bacillus iound
its way, through offal, sewerage,
or other ways to the feeding grounds
of the fish that swarm in our waters.
Mind you, said the doctor, I don't
pretend to say that all fishes are
diseased, or that my theory is cor
rect, but if I had the time, and
could afford to givo up my practice,
1 would sbon bd able lo demonstrate
tbo accuracy, or utter fallacy of my
theory on the bubjeot.
What do you think of Dr. Am
ing's I'Niiuiiiucnls and rosoarclu!9
into tho otigitt nml progress of
They wore very good so far as
they went, but be gave up tho re
search nt a lime when be should
have prosecuted his studies more
viirorouslv. I would, if I were
financially ble, go much farther
than he did, and I am better equip
ped with instruments of all kinds
for prosecuting the study than he
At this point n patient came
into the office and the doctor very
leluctuntly dropped the subject;
but told the leprcsentative that if he
would call some other lime, he
would explain more fully his reason
for believing the bacillus of leprosy
was propagated in fishes.
CONTlOr.NTC IN Till: MISISTnY
MTOSITION 10 IlOUl.AXUUlS.
Paris, April 23 Another vole of
confidence in the Ministry was taken
in tbo Chamber of Deputies to-day,
preceded by a discussion, with
scenes of excitement, which are
familiar in the Chamber. The vote
stood 377 to 17f.
Another anti-Boulangcr manifest
ation was made in the tjuartier Latin
at midnight, when a party of stu
dents burned General Boulangor in
A tinnl split lias occurred in the
French Patriotic League, the dele
gales refusing by a vote of 21 to IS
to sanction the "nomination by the
managing committee of M. Paul
Dcroulcdo, for honorary President
of the league. The group acting
conjointly with M. Deroulede have
decided to reform the league on a
Pere Ilyaeinthe is the latest con
vcit lo Houlanguiism. In a sermon
yesterday he advocated Cajsarism
and advised the one-man power in
the control of the nation's destinies.
The Municipal Council, after a
violent discussion, to-day adopted
the order of the day opposing a
plebiscite, condemning Boulanger's
campaign and declaring the Council
ready to place itself at the head of
the i)eoi)lo in order to save their
liberties and preserve the republic.
The Prefect of Police protested
against the charge that he had shown
leniency toward the Boulangerists.
He declared lie would suppiess all
riotous bands. Tho Council resolv
ed to accept the protests and asked
the Piefect to expel all anti-Republican
In the Chamber of Deputies to
day Count de Marinprey interpellat
ed Premier Floquet regarding the
appointment of a civilian (De Frey
cinet) as Minister of War, declaring
it to be revolutionary and sure to
have a bad effect on the army.
Floquet cited the success of the
civilian war ministers of ancient
monarehs and referred to Fieyci
net's patriotism in 1870.
The Chamber adopted an order
expiessing confidence in tho Govern
ment. GIVETIiEMA CHfkNCE.
AYby am 1 a woman suffragist?
Because I am. Because a woman
has more good, bard, common-sense
than a man. Because she makes
Ic&s bluster about her 'rights, and
quietly maintains them belter than a
man. Because she won't pay SI oO
lor an article that she knows very
well she can get for 7f cents. Be
cause bbe does not stalk loftily away
from the counter without her change
if the robber behind it is a little re
luctant about counting it out. Be
cause she is too independent to pass
the landlord 2 2o for her dinner
and then pay the bead waiter $1 to
send her a waiter who will bring it
to her for CO cents. Because she
will hold her money lightly in her
own good little right band for two
hours until she lir.H gets a receipt
for it from the fellow who made her
husband pay the saino bill three
times last year. Not any "just give
you credit for it" for her.
Because one day a Pullman porter
complained lo me: "No money on
this trip; loo many women aboard.
Don't never get nolliin' out of a wo
man 'eeptin' just iter regular fare."
I had just paid him 'Ji cents for
blacking ono of my boots and losing
the oilier; and when lie said that,
when Jsimv for myself tbo heroic firm
ness of those women, traveling alone,
paying their fare, and refusing to
pay the salaries of the employes of a
wealthy corporation, 1 said : "These
women hae a right to vote." To
vote'? By all that is brave and self
reiiant and sensible, they have a
right to run tho Government ! Bur
detle. Lodge Le Progres,
QPKCIAL Meeting THIS (Friday)
D JOVLNINU, at 7:!10 o'clock sharp.
Mcinhnri of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21
and vUitbig brothers arc cordially in
vitul in attend.
By order of the W. M.
Ul It (Secnrary.
LOril' A j arc el cont lining a P'dr of
Wow lic.ou about a week airo.
luqube this otllcc. illi lw
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J, adYcrlisc in the Daily Uullktjk.
Tho Annual Glvlng.Out of
TllB " QUIET
Havo arrived and can be seen
M BEAVER SALOON."
For Ban Francisco
With Immediate- Despatch.
The At Icon Uiil'sh Hark
0 RpII '
T UK attention of -liippers of Sugar,
Hire in d oilier Inland I'rc.ducc is
direcleii io ttiis tiisl class Viatel.
Cvj'At'iilieatlons for space should be
made iinmuliaiely to
G-. W. HACPA3LAKE & CO.,
43 Agents. tf
A PAIR of Gold Hyo Olasse?. Finder
will ho icn aided on returning
same to Rum.mi.n Olllce.
NOTICE to CKEDJTOltS.
nPHE undersigned give notice thai
X they have Iiclii uppoinicd Asisnces
of Blown .t Co., merchants, of Hono.
All persons having any claims against
the said firm wluthei; r retired by moit.
gage or otlurwl-c, are notified to pre
sent lhc tame to the A-Mgueis, within
three months from Apr.l 2;irt inMnnt.
All neiBons iudehudlo jletsi. Iliown
& Co uiu requested In uinku immediate
payment to liiown & Co. or the
A. .1. CAimVIlIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN.
Assignees ot Urmvu & Co.
Honolulu, Apiil, l!l, 18 8. 23 1m
qHE DAILY BULLETIN has the
JL lurgeM eueida nui ot any paper
printed in this Kind m. CO cuius per
iB n if?.
fi-s n si b
Imported Direct from Havana.
0. 0, BSRG-I
3 Bit ii
'tici'.il Wliilii-iii;: Asi'iio)' nnl For
OlK'l i'air-lrl U.-VJll'O.S.
Goods, Parcels, Daggsgo, Etc., Etc.,
For'A'nided to and from all paits of
no wo in.
C. O. D. amounts of invoices collected
in uny country.
WTuvIITm ofltalrn iiii AxipHealluii'Ca
General Agents for l!a nil in Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
01) L'S Merchant Blrttt. If
V .-. V3 H -tS'V ttst
H I p: i:
THE STOCK OF
Wines, Ales, al Spirits,
Hi-longlug to the undersigned, will bo
Very Low Prices
DurliiK tho month of May, 188J, and all
parties wi-hing to supply tlicm.
i-elvi'f, will do well to call and
examine thu Uoodo lieforo
a"lio GOO.S liiiiNtlic fijolil
And unibrnco the Ib-st Afo Imcnl of
Good Family Artiidos, Unit can ho
found in thla city.
At BEOWlf k CO.'s Store,
No. II Meichaiif Stirct. .
ALIiX, J. OAUTWHIGHT,
W. F. ALLEN,
Afsignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu , April 29, 1686, 28 Ira
Tho Yolcano 1b Active, nml tho Best
Route Is via
ToKcnuhou; thenro Fourteen Miles by
Horse nial Wagon to the Volcano House.
TouritU by our Lino leavu Honolulu,
On Monday, May 7, at 4 p. m.,
l'cr Sunr "K1NAU," and have
Two Days & Two Wights
At the V'lloino. ltcturnhig, will
arrive In Honolulu,
Sunday Morning, May 13th,
Tickets, which Included all charge:
Information or Tickets,
Wilder's Steam'p Go,
Olllce: C-irne- of Fort & Q ii-i-n SnccU
Honolulu, JlnyM 't-S. 112 -It
"ij ESSHS. Julius Ili-tiii? and Ileinrich
LtJL Hinjus are admitted as partners
into our linn.
F. A. S0IIAEFI3K & CO.
Honolulu, May 1, 18 ill lw
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
lawa'n Jockey Club.
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
KUXNIXC- 15 ACE 4 llile Dash.
Free for all.
2nd 1115 MAJESTY'S CUI
UUXXING HAOE 1 Jlile Dash.
For Hawaiian hred horses owned
hy lneiubers of the Jockey Cluh.
Cup to hccoinc tho property of lhc
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
THOTTIXG and 1'AOfXG It ACE
For Hawaiian hred holies only lo
harness Mile Heats, hest 2 in 3.
Jl but one to starl to beat 2:00.
4th KAMEHAMEIIA PLATE.
Fiee for all.
14 Mile Dabh.
5tli-KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE.
THOTTING and PAC1NO PACE
Mile Heats, best :t In ii. Free for
all. All hoio having a reeoid of
2 :;10 or heller to go to wagon.
Gth HONOLULU P.LATE.
PUNNING PACE H Mile D.ifIi.
Open lo all iJ-year old Hawaiian
bred liorscj only.
7lh nOSITA CHALLENGE CUP.
liUNXING PACi; 1 Mile Dash.
Fieo for all. Winner lo beat theie
cord of "Anglo A," 1:15A. To be
run for annually.
Blh HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
SI 00 added.
PUNNING PACE-4 Mile Heats
best 2 in :i. Hawaiian bred hoio-i.
Cup to become tho pioporty of lhc
winner two eoiiicentivc yean,.
91h JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
' Swi:ki-staki:s TPO'lTJNG and
PACINU PAUE-Mile Heals best
2 in "J. Free for all horses that
have not a reeoid of II minutes or
better to bo driven In I'razier road
carts hy members of tlio Club.
lOlh LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
PUNNING PAOE-1 Mllo Dash.
Fiee for all.
1 1lli PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies H-hands or
under, and ii-yoar old or over.
EST- Pules regarding entries and
starting aie suspended in races against
Per 8. S. Aubtralia,
she Beaver SeEoon
M. .P. NOI.TJB, Froprlclov.
Volcano is Active !
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovey.
CREDIT SALE !
OH LIBERAT .TERMS.
Hy order of Mrs rs. Thco. H. Davlcs
&'Co.. (on account of v.irnilng prumlses
for lobulldlng), I will fell at Public
Auction, nt my 8alprooin, corner of
Fort aiiil Qucm directs.
On MONDAY and TUESDAY,
ivi:r Tin nml ste.it,
AT 10 O'CLOCK a. at..
A Finu An-oiiinonlof-.
New and Desirable Goods !
Ex. Hecent Arrivals Consisting in
part ns follows:
lTUUUD ; IT
Oi'oclicry SSGlnwswnro I
lllankois, f.ivirpool Rait, Haskciwarc,
Whio antlBrowsi Cottons!
Print?, Tailors' Hoods,
Drills ! Silk Handkerchiefs !
Woolen and Cotton Shawl,
Perfumery, Hocktios, Laces, Ribbons,
lite, Etc, Etc., P.te.
LEWIS J. IiiiVBY,
On THURSDAY, May loth, '88
at io o;iiUCK a. at..
At the residnncc of Wm. Wageuor, ton
aoeonnt of departurej, corner of Fort
& Kuhui -sticcts, 1 will sell at Public
Auction, tho wholo of his
Household Furniluro and Effects,
Consisting in part ns follows: One
Upright "Fischer" Piano and Stool,
(A splendid instrument.')
One Black Walnut Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Diifh Ne.irlvNow.
1 Black Walnut bedroom Sit", U. W.
Sim hie lop Tabic,
Oik; Awli X5clroom Set I
Hair MutruES, Spring JIaltraspcs,
C rnices A; Luro Cm tains,
Oil I'uinlisig and Picinvcs !
4 Light Chindclier, Lamps, Clock,
1 Largo Minor, Fciilhcr Pillows,
Mosquito Nets, Mailing,
Large Center Rugs & Small Rugs I
I). W. Sideboard, Center Table,
Oi'oclcci'y & Grliis.wwsive I
1 Stovo. & Kitchen Ulendls, Meat Safe,
Kcfrlccrntor, Ilnlli Tuti, Etc-., VAk.
IiEWIS J. LEVEY,
ol Ct Auctioneer.
SPECIAL SALE OF
I am irs'i'Mttcd by Meif". II. Hdckfeld
& Co., to nll'er at Public Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, May 16th,
at jo O'clock a. ar.,
At my Siilcsrooins, corner of Foit and
Otieen slrcets, a choice lot of
How aud Elogant Household Furniture
Wnrdioliei-, Bureaus, Tables and
Ivtageres, in Mahogany and
Vienna Bent Yood Furniture!
Gulden Scats, Hugs & Carpets,
Traveling Trunks & Pugs,
PICTURES AND OTHER
Dsefiil Hogg Effects !
LEWIS J. LEVEY, '
'BM-IE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
X Doily Bulletin 5') cis per month.
A fiesh lot of thiH ei'lebratcd brand of
Champagne, jiM landed ex Brl-
lish bark "Natuna,"
Tor Salo in Quarts and Pints
F. A. SGHAEFEE k CO.
o o j&. 1 rv jl. je&
At California Prices.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
THE ONLY READABLE PA
PER in tho Kingdom "The
Daily Hulletiu," 60 cents per month.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Forccloso and of Sale.
JN accordance with n power of salo
contained In a coilaln mortgage
deed made by Amos Frank Cooko, of
Honolulu. Island f Oahu, lo J. Molt
Smith, Edwin O. Hall and Kautord 13.
Dole, Tnutecs under tho Will of Wil
limit Charles Lunidilo, daied the 17lb
day of March, A. 1). 1882, ami recorded
ln'tlie llcoUtry i tDccdR in nald Hono
lulu, in Lllirr 73, ou pages Jl 17 and !!48.
Notice is hurisby given that the mort
gagees Intend to"foiculososald mortgage
for condition broken, to wit: Tho non
payment of principal and interest when
due and upon snid foreclosure will sell
at Public Auction, al the. Salesroom of
J. F. Morgan, in mid Honolulu,
n Snins'tlny, May 5tli, 1888.
AT 1 tt'OI.OCIC SOO.V,
Tho premises described in said mort
gage. The premises to bo bold arc: Oovctn
mtnt Lease No. 2!),), and tho premises
thereby demised together with all Im
'lhc Improvements consist'? of tho
largo thrce-stoiy stone unrotioii'o. now
occupied by t'tio I'aeillo Navigation
Company, on Queen blieet, In s.dd
Finther particular can bo had of
William O. Smith, Attorney at Law, CO
Foil sticet, Honolulu.
MAKY M. FAKKEK,
WILLIAM O. PAKKE,
WILLIAM (). t-MlTH,
Tiustee3 under Hie Will or . 0.
Honolulu, Mrreh aj, 1888. 3 3t
Administrator's Sale of
REAL ESTATE I
BY vlituo of nu older of Sale granted
by lhc Hon. Edward I'resU.n, .hrs
lice of tiie Supremo Court in Probate,'
on the 12th day of April, A I) 1S88,
lie uudcrsigned will sell nt Public
Aiif.tiou, at the Saleroom of Jas. F.
Morgun, Auctioneer, ou Queen street,
in Honolulu, Islund of Oahu,
On Tnestlay, May 8:, 1888,
AT IO O'C LOGIC A. 3L,
For Cush on tho execution or title deeds,
the following land, viz:
All that certain piece of parcel of
land situate at Puulena, Munoa Valley,
in slid Islaud of Onhii, aud bounded
and described as follows:
Apnna A Ku la and Taro Laud. Com
moncing at. the East corner at the Chi
nese io,ul, and running:
Nuith 07 00' West, 331 links; North
7 0' West, 211 links; South 23 30'
West, .S3 links; North 03 30' West, 62
links; South 17 00' West, .0 links;
Noith C0 00' West, 2.2$ links; South
84 15' West ,.20 links; fouih 80 00'
West, .00 links,; South CO 30' East,
3.30 linki along Apaua B; North G 00'
Last, 1j links abing Apaua B; South
71 00' Fast, 1.90 links along Apana H;
South 52 00' Fast, 2.00 links along
Apina U ; North 20 03' Past, 3.50 links
to initial point, and containing an area
of 2.03 acres, and being pait of Royal
Patent No. 2410, L. C, Award No. 1020
loPaaluhi, andPoval Patent No. 2590,
1;. U. A. warn jno. i!MO to Upi'pe.
Tlic above properly is a part of the
Estalc of S. Napaliukapu, late of IIouo
iSfDceds at the expense of tho pur
chaser. Fui iher particulars may be obtained
of tho undersigned at his otllcc, No. 27
Merchant ttrcet, Honolulu.
J. M. MONSARPAT,
Admintiaior of tlicFslatc of rf. Na
pahukapu. I, Kahanaaumoc (sv), having a lifu
Estate in the above described p'emic-i
heieby join vtith the Adminisuator in
the sale thereof nud agrco to execute a
deed to the puichaser thereof to convey
my estate therein to perfect and com
plete Uiu title in feo simple.
KAI1ANAAUJIOE, herX mark.
Wiltncss: Edmund II. Harl.
Honolulu, Amil 31, 188-t. 3 4t
rPHE DAILY BULLETIN-The
i. most poptibi'- paper published.
74 King st
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Cnro.
Matting and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAEftS TO REMT.
Has just received ex-Australia a very
handsome assortment of all the
In tho jJIillinci'y .Line, such as
Hats, Rloiis, Mtliers,
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, n Most Excellent Assortment of
3P J-i XJ 1M. 3E
03 Direct from Kurope. lm
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
J. evening paper. CO ceuts per month
VIiitG Bfoi: Port. Cement
Coal Tar, Mill Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter .Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. 1'. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
B'01t HAIilJ I1Y
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Another Fiosh Lot of
Jufct urrived aud
FOR SALE OHEAP
Algeroba Firewood & Charcoal T
Made from Algeroba Wood.
At JOHN F. CIEWS,
bell Tele. C8. -8!35r Mutual Tele. 387.
Australian Mail Serra.
B?4E SAW FKAKCISCO, .
Tho now and flue Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
ftlay 6, 1838.
And will leave for tho above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU
PEIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agentsi
Tho new and fino Al steel Bteamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about-
RHay 9 0, 1888,
And will havo prompt dbpntch with
mails and passengers for thoabove ports.
For freight or passage, having SU
PEIUOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
:7 WE G. IRWIN & CO., Acents.
Steamship Comp y
FOB SAN FIIANCISCO,
Tho Al Bteamship
Will leave Honolulu for the abovo
Tuesday, May 8th,
For Freight or Pas'iige; 'apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
1 lw , ,
New York Line.
An Al vessel will be despatched by
this Linn for Honolulu, to leave
Now York in all May.
For further Information npply to
W. H. CR0SSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 79 Broad Street,
CABTLE & COOKE,
NOTICE is hereby given that Man
Chip holds full power of attorney
to act In nil business transactions of tho
firm of Wing On Wo & Co., nd 1b nu.
thoiized also to sign said firm name by
WING ON WO & CO.,
by O. Cheung l'iug.
Honolulu, April 15,1888. 21 2w
NOTICE Is hereby given that I will
not pay auy dohts contracted in
my name without my written order.
W, O. ACHI.
Honolulu, April 21, 1888. 23 tf
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