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UmcuuK'iiu: Hoaimi or llr.Ai.-rii,)
Honolulu, II. I., Sept. 2 llli '88. 5
.Scaled Tendeis will bo leceived nt
llio Oilk-o of tlu Boaid of llonltli
until SATURDAY, Sept. 2!)tli, 1888,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the .supplying
of diuga and mcdicil supplies, to nil
Government Disliiot Physicians,
.Hospitals, and DispeiisaiicM, uiidi'i
the cue and eontiol of llio Hoard,
lor tliu tci in ofunc year fioin Octo
ber 1st, 188S.
Libia of the dings, etc., can be had
at the Oilice of the Boaid.
The Bouid of Health does not bind
itself to accept thu lowest, or any bid.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Secretary of the Boaid of Health,
L-i-l.". I. ' "
B1S1IOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Buuk ol OiLlii'oruUi, S. IT.
An-1 thi'li agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HUNG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. ItulhsuhildtV: Son, London
The Commeioi.il B.ini: Co., of Sydney,
The Coinmi'iiiui Hank Co.. of Sydney,
The Btnko' New tti'iliind: Auckland,
Chiinlc'iiiirdi, .:nd Wellington,
The Bank of liiiiish Columbia, Vic-
tori'i, 1J C, and Pmtlaml, Or.
Transact a. ueaciu' Uuaklug Business.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 2G, 1888.
The "Shanghai Mercury" of July
30th, says, "The Japanese Govern
ment is becoming so solicitous that
Japanese travelling abroad shall not
bring discredit on their country,
that according to the 'Nichi Nichi
Sliimbun,' it is now provided that
every Japanese desiring to go
abroad shall find two property-holders
to be security for his good be
havior; and anyone leaving secretly
will bo severely punished." The
paragraph from which we have quot
ed closes with the assertion that,
according to a Swaton correspon
dent, "It appears the Japanese sub
jects there arc not a credit to their
The obligation to provide two
property-lioldeis as security for
good behavior is rather hard on
those Japanese who wish to visit for
eign lands, but the arrangement
shows how anxious the nation is to
maintain its good name abroad.
No doubt there are some Japan
ese who disgrace themselves and
their country by misbehavior, while
in foreign countries, just as some
subjects of all nations do. But if
we may take our experience of these
people here in Honolulu as a crite
rion, thej' compare very favorably
'with any and every other nationality
of which our polyglot community is
composed. There is said to be
about one hundred Japanese in this
district, and they aic among the
most peaceable, quiet, law-abiding
and in every way creditably con
ducted of the people. In the mat
ter of pleasing affabilit- and unaf
fected politeness they head the list.
A FELLOW SUFFER'S STATEMENT
Editor Bulletin: I wish to
thank your correspondent, "A Ecl-
- low Sufferer," for the kind inform-
' ation, from which I learn that I
have been misinformed and I am
very glad now that the suspected
gentleman is not to ho blamed. As
a fellow sulfercr he will pardon mo
for being in a bewildered state of
. mind, when my poor children aro
suffering bo indescribably. One
ofthem has been very near death.
I believo the statement of a fellow
sufferer, as it has the appearance
of having been written by an honest
man, and I take ids word for the
' facts. The latter as stated aro not
j-quitc clear though. Allow me to
. quote :
f 'i 1. "But a week later the children
were at Sunday School."
2. "A few days later one of the
children coughed harder.".
J5. "Had they not carefully avoid-
,ed other children?"
Please excuse ino, this I do not
' understand, as I cannot combine
.Sunday School and nvoiding other
There is ceitainly something very
peculiar about the fact, that most
children who visited the Fort Street
Smithy School nrc affllclctl by tlto
whooping cough, meanwhile most
children whoso parent arc members
of the Knglinh or of other churches
are exempt from this wmrge,
for instance: "V., N., U. M., etc.
Bull do not wish lo quuirol any
more with iny fellow sufferer, for 1
am convinced thai even if hu lias
unwittingly aided the pieadofthe
disease, that it Una Ixen ilone un
knowingly and iini'itentioiially.
Tli ere fori I apologir.e, if T eired.
1 am very soiry that J cannot finish
ns he has done, in laUtnsi nil res
ponsibility from the Boaid of
That honorable body is not, ex
pected to slop an eaithnuakc or
cyclone, but cerlainly it is their
duty to prevent the introduction of
nil hinds of disease On arrival of
ix blcauicr with passengers lieie
the Port Physician should enquire
and asccitain from the doctor of the
steamer if there is any disease on
boaid, such as smallpox, whooping
cough, or cholera. According to
my experience, whooping cough is
the worst of any, and the Board
should immediately place such cases
in a proper quarantine.
IIy fellow sufferer must ae;rce
with'ino in this, if he cares more
for his family than for other honora
Tin: Fatiikk or .VI-2.
REPLY TO CHUN SINQ'S LETTER.
Editok llri.Mrix: Jlr. Chun
Sing's letter in to-day's Buu.imx is
a very instructive epistle, and for
that he deserves acknowledgment.
Tec issue about the Chinese is of
such vast importance, that we must
be thankful for all the information
we can get, especially when it comes
from one who, like Mr. Sing, repre
sents the leading Chinese.
Mr. Sing says, "What is there in
the evidence which the committee
took to warrant this slander? (that
money was piovided by cctain Chi
nese for. etc.) Evidently these
gentlemen went to the inquiry with
a preconceived notion, the truth or
falsehood of which they took no
pains to ascertain. The
tale he (Kalaukoa) told
was flatly contradicted by every
other witness. On behalf
of the leading Chinese citizens ( ?)
of Honolulu 1 emphatically deny the
truth of the committee's, statement,
and I defy them to show that it is
substantiated by the evi
dence." It Mr. Sing will please look in the
Legislative report in the Bn.i.UTix
for Wednesday, September 12th, 2d
column, line 75 from top, lie will
see that "Luhiau admitted he re
ceived $50 from Chinese, etc."
Was it slander or fact, Mr. Sing?
The talk about preconceived notion
on the part or lite committee is a
gross insult, not only to the gentle
men, of which this committee was
composed, but to the whole Legis
latme. Likewise is it an insult to
every member of the Legislative
Assembly when he accuses them of
not caring to ascertain the truth. 1
judiciously say every member, be
cause the vote on the first recom
mendation ot the committee stood
38 ayes, 0 noes. That the "tale"
of Kalaukoa was flatly contradicted
is not true, no more than the asser
tion that none of the witnesses ad
mitted their bribe as coining from
Chinamen. That Mr. Sing "defies"
the whole Legislatuie is natural
enough, but it is 011I3' to heap insult
upon insult. He may speak for the
leading citizens (residents I under
stand lliein to be) of Honolulu, but
if they are to be measured by the
actions of those of them that were
mentioned in connection with tlio
bribery case, they must be a very
corrupt set, which J, however, hope
or believe is not the case.
Is Mr. Sing going to be the "In
fant terrible?" He says: "These
men (haoles) belong to a set, who
are well accustomed to putting up
campaign funds when they think any
political point is to be gained, and
have for years past lound the
sinews of war for election contests,
and last year for the icajnie." Few
of them appear " but the'
can be relied upon for the funds
when they aro needed.
Who are they, Mr. Sing? Give
us names, prove what you assert.
This is worse than the bribe for vot
ing contra "Amendment," it is
treason! Jf you cannot prove it,
you will be liable to be called a
slanderer and lying. Who of them
gave the money to Kauhi as you say
they most likely did? Do you think
that the lands you are paying rent
for now would be idle if you go
away? Oh, no! don't think that,
theio aro men and families enough
here ready to occupy your places.
Mr. Sing says: lint our
enemies we can meet and deal with.
The Chinaman is an important fac
tor and it will yet bo
found that ho is not to lo trilled
with in impunity by anyono." Mr.
Editor, when Mr. Tain Tow (Tom
Gow, as "P. C. A." has it) in tho
muss meeting of the Chinese, threat
ens Hawaii and says it is believed
tho Chinese authorities will take
steps to render help, and when lie in
the same speech sneers at little Ha
waii, nobody paid attention to it,
but now, Mr. Editor, comes Mr.
Sing, who lepresents the leading
Chinese, and threatens u& again.
He not only does it in the sentence
quoted above, but later on lie says,
"Perhaps they laugh, but they will
not always laugh if they, etc."
What is the meaning of all this?
Mind, the leading Chinamen aro
hero represented bj' Mr. Sing, and
what lie says is what they wish him to
say. Aro wo dancing dtt a volcano?
Is' trouble secretly brewing? Does
not what Mr. Sing writes open our
eyes? Now ye white men, cilicnt
of Honolulu, who aic charged by
Mr. Sing to favor bribory, to have
commuted treason, rise and defend
yourselves! Mind that China so
Tom Gow told us spends $10,000,
000 every year on ships, etc. And
then sav that we ousht tb let the
Chinamen come in without restric
tions, and with their wives? Are
you so bound by tho spell of the
almighty dollar Hint you will see
your children subjects of a Chinese
power rather than lose a few dollars?
Will any of those advocates of the
free and equal born Chinamen give
one of them his daughter as wife?
Why not if they arc equal? Why
don't China give haoles any rights?
Mr. Sing can evidently not resist
the temptation to give those who arc
opposed to his countrymen :i kick,
as lie calls Ihoin "empty-headed,
who do not sec rightly what is good
for the country." But Mr. Sing
and the leading Chinamen sec it,
they alone know what is good for
us, and that their tin cat is not wind,
was shown, when Messrs. II. Hack
feld & Co. were boycotted. Who is
next to suffer?
I hope that Mr. P. C. Jones feels
very proud of the "mention honor
able" given hiin by such a promi
nent man as Mr. Chun Sing.
11. G. N.
Honolulu, Sept. 25, 1888.
i.wwp iii wiw
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
To-morrow, Sept. 27,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At. my Salesrooms, I am instructed to
o'ller for sale at Public Auction,
to close consignment,
5 cs. Ass'd Biscuits
Containing CO Tins Ench.
Each Case having an assortment of 10
Vaikties of 5 Tins Each.
SALE POSITIVE WITHOUT RESERVE.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Regular Gash Sale !
TO-MORROW, Sept, 27, 1888
AT 1L O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my S.di'TOoins, coiner of Fort and
Queen &UeetH, will be tolil nt Public-
Am tion, n Guneial AsMiitiiicnt of
and laonsthold Furniture.
And at 1" o'clock noon, about
50 Pots Imp. Ferns & Plants,
Ami the following
Rare and Valuable Orchids:
1 Exp. Carriage & 1 Open Buggy
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
A MACHINE for Shelling Collcc.
Any one having ono for sale or
able and willing to inidse one, pleute ad.
(In 8 this olllee 48 If
...-u l !i turn nf'Mlirm l l.flrnrr
-V.w3 J- and 1 Small Room; fur-
"-ng-9 MIPJIUII llll II- U UL MilUJU UIIU
room for a hoi be.
Add i ess P
DUltlNQ my absence from the King,
dom 'Mr. Frank HuMaco will act
for me under full powers of attorney.
Jlr. II. Arinilage will conduct my Auc
tion anil Commission Business.
55 lw JAS. F. MORGAN.
A MALM t'anaiy Bird with
dm I; leathers. A suit,
nblo rewind will bo paid on
ictiiining Minio to
II. HACKFKLD & CO.
A SPECIAL meeting of the btock.
holdeis of tho Mutual Telephone
Company Mill bo held for ihepuiposo
ol "Alteiing the By-Laws," at the Com.
puny'i Building, on WEDNESDAY,
October 10th, at 10 o'clock a. m.
O. O. BURGER,
CI td Secretary.
ARIUAGE Mate, suit.
PiKtt. waiianted perfectly kind
4yESCiJt3 an(1 gtnt,e. Ciiu bo driven
by u child. Inquiro at Bulletin Olllee,
A GENTLEMAN of over J10 yeuis'
businois cxpeiicncu Willi hirgo
llrms in England and this Kingdom is
open for a ro-enpagement as Book
keeper, Cabhicr mid Correspondent. Re
ferences and testimonials of the highest
oider. AddiessP. O. Box 470. film
SALE of BISOOiTS
Auction Sale by JanieS F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
FROM IMPORTED STOCK.
By order of the Trustees of His Majesty's
Estate, I will soil at Public
On MONDAY, October 1, '88,
AT 1SJ O'CLOCK. XOOX,
At the Stables at the rear of J. I. Dow.
sett's Oll'ce, Queen stint,
Mni'cM X: Colts,
From the well-known Studious Ijiuinlllo
Una lust received, per "AuMinlin,"
ilnndsomc and Select Assort
JTttlloy "WIllKaf, llliyboiiH,
Velvets ! Silks I
And all tho latest
American & Parisian Novelties
mwn imw tmsiiii;im
1 N"3 1 1
Valuable Hire & Colts !
JPfSF Billets !
Just Received at Gomes & Wichman's
A Largo Invoice of Pine Jewelry, of the Latest and Prclticbt Designs.
Diamonds in Solitaires & Cluster,
The Famous Gorham Solid Sliverware & Finest Triple Platedware
In Gicat Vaiiely.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches, Etc,
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
JBeaiitil'iil Ma.x-llo Clocks I
Special JLiiuc oi A.lmiu Clocks, at Ssl TTS.
These Goods have all been personally selected in the States, guaran
teeing thereby a choice selection of the Newest and Latest Designs.
Sample Packages of Goods kont to any pait of the Kingdom. Having
eveiy facilities lcquisito for a iirst-elase jewehy manufacturing establish
ment, we feel confident tli.it we can m.inufactuie anything that may be io
quiicd in tho Jewelry or Silverwaie Line.
M'ATCII XtEIA.IXtXIS-G A; JGNGKAVING
In our well-known manner.
GS-OJMCES -&c -W lOJaLM-AJN",
1 . Box 42 (!3G lm) Fort Street.
Constant Line of Schooners Ample Opportunity for All.
OWING to our constantly increasing business and the great demand of an appre.
ciuiing commuuil, wc have eonebukd to oiler an opportunity to all parties
having capital. Our Line of Seliognerh may he eeu Kllding over the "Bar" lllled
to their utmost currying capacity of Clear, Cool and Invigorating
John Wielanri's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
.ax1 the "CRiarrartioiv saloon."
To tircommolnte our Vast Fleet of Schooners, our ice vaults are now being en
larged icgiiidless of cost. The
Is the only placu where a Cool Glass of PHILADELPHIA BEER, on Draught
ctni be had In Honolulu. Step forward, Gentlemen, now's the time. 52 lm
Life insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
B. B. Itosi:, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Statement of Two Policies.
Policy No. 141,077, S. G.
Wilder $10,000 00
Life Plan, Insured in 1873.
10 Annual Payments, incluil.
tng 1888, cost
Original Amount of Policy
Additions during 10 years.
Amount of claim paid in
Honolulu, Sept. 19, 1888.. 813,002 CO
Policy No. 105,747, S. G.
Lllo Plan, Insured in 1875.
14 Annual Payments, includ
ing 1888, cost
Original Amount of Policy
Additions during 14 jeais.
Amount of claim paid in
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1888.. 810,400 52
The above Policies with ml.
dltions amounted to $29,129 12
Total cost of same to in.
surcd 12,514 21
Amonntpaid over and above
cost ol Premiums.., $17,014 88
"Y oflleo will be closed fioin Septcm.
111. her 22nd to October 27th, duiing
my absence from the Kingdom.
M. 15. GROSSMAN,
HO tf Dentist, 04 Hotel si.
1 F YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertise in tho Daily Bullktin.
Drink as a Life Preserver,
Kome Httti'tlliiK HtJittnlloR
ri tlio ItoiiciU ol 'X'oLul
A repoit on tho inqnbv into tho con
nection of dlenn with habits of intern
iuiauec, incpmoil by Dr. Isambaid
Owen, .Secretary of tho Invostipat'on
Committee of tholbltbli Medical As
sociation, glvci oino tiutlbiK statistics
for lfMii)ciiinco people, l'aitlenlars
have been obtained bj tb committee of
ISIS I case ot deceased live, airrd twen-
"ty-llvc and upward, in which the liablu
'o'f the person In leaul 10 alcohol veru
leemded in live elates total alHtidu-I'l-o,
habitually temperate, eaielcss
dt inker', fiee drinl.ers, and decidedly
intemperate. 'I he njjex of death In each
class show an iweiage us follows: To
tal abstainci, fll.aa yenia; habitually
temperate, (12.1!J; eaielcss dtinkcis,
fiU.O"; fiee thinkers fiT.r.SI; decidedly
liiiemncrntc. flu.e:!. This makes the
lowest aveiaice duration of life that of
thu teetotaler, and tho highest that of
the moderate thinker, his average being
nearly elecn jcars longer. The habit
ual diuiikind averages about a yuir
longer than tho total abstainer.
Another table prepmed by the com
mittee, from which all deaths under :)0
weie excluded, showed the following
durations of life: Total abstainers,
5".:tl; habitually tempeiate, GO 48;
eareles di inkers, 01. 52 ; fico di inkers,
."8. ST; decidedly Intamperato. 011.12.
Omitting bves under 40 years, the aver
age age of death was: Total abstainers
02.74 years; habitually temperate. G".
71; caicles di Inkers. 01.-15: freeihhiV
eis, lil.OS; decidedly intempeiate,
BSrln lefeicnee to the above, we
have for srtle at extremely low ratcp,
PHILIP BEST'S MILWAUKEE LAGER DEER
and W. J. LEMP'S SI. LOUIS LAGER BEER,
in plnt anil quarts.
W. U. PEACOCK & CO.,
no lw ileicliimt street.
Excellent Quality For Sale I
75 Cents Per Dozen. Delivered.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
tJ2 25 Merchant Street. lw
k M CO.,
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S. A.
Having established an Agency in this
City for the sale of their miinu.
facturei, which are
Surpassed by None
In their line in the world, an opportu
nity is oll'ered to all requiring prolec.
tion of thoir Valuables lrom Fire nud
Theft to supply themselves on terms
which defy competition,
C55T For particulars inquire at a
No. 33 Merchant St., Honolulu, II. I.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT?
1. ndvurtlsu in the Daily Bullktin.
BY the "Australia" Mr. James Olds
received an Invoice of tho celc
lA'ated Anhouscr Di aught Brer of St.
Louis, which he now oilers for sale to
his patrons at tho Empire House, corner
of Nuuanu and Hotel streets This
Beer comes nil tho way from St, Louis
on ice, and arrangements having hren
mado for regulur shipments. This
article will hereafter be in regular
supply at tho "Empire," 53 lw
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
X advertise it iu tho Daily Bullktin
Safes ! m
IT lr H FT !isf
UAVti JUST KECKIVKD A COMVLETU LINE OV
Ladies', Bents', k Cites' Bathina Sis,
Also, Ladies' Black
On Account of mmmm
EN1ME CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather ; liit-tivic, Glass & Parian Ware, Opera it
Marina Glasbes, Telescopes,
IMiisie Boxes, Toys, Books, -AJLlbiims,
And other things too numerous to mention. All tho above
Goods will bo ofleied at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
$JF"Tho above Goods aie New,
been inipoited ox leeent nuivals and
2CS OPEN E3"V3EWI3?T-S I
lOO iFVjrt. SLvt-ct,
EST BARGAINS -a
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns, .
At Lower Prices than ever before. Now invoice of
SHELF-HARDWAEE, PLOWS & GEFL lERClffllSE.
Novelties uud ITiviiev Goods, In Xjjwtjc "Viiviety.
MES. M. B. CAMPBELL,
Di-cMsmalcliiK. &3., :e.
Has commenced tho business of Dress
making, Cutting and Filling, at her icsi
dence, No. 73 Beretonl.i sticci opposite
the Hotel. The patiouigc of the ladies
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction
guaianteed. . nept.i5.ly
ONE fine Milch Cow,
price, $125. Apply
at tho Bulletin Office.
91 Sid oaw
Apply No. 10
, Emma street.
FOR SALE or LET
THE House and Lot on
Beieianln street next to
Mr. John Kna's on the west;
large lot runs from Beiclunia to Young
btrect. House contains parlor, dining
room, three large bidiooms, kitchen
bath-room and out-hnuM's Inquire of
01 tf T. C. WILDER.
FOR RENT or LEASE
THE House near the corner
of Bcretania uud Piikoi
streets at present occupied by
Mulcolm Brown, Possession given Octo
her 1, 1888. Anply to
At Recorders Oltlco, Gov. Building.
A HOUSE on School btrcet
near tho wooden bridge,
contulnlug live looms, besides
billiard. room, bathroom, kitchen aud
pantry. Aiso carriage house and stables
for two horses. Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
At WaterhoiiRo's Fort-street Store.
IIVE minutes' walk from
' Post Olllee. Thirty Lots,
each about 1C0 feet tquarc.
Low terms. Apply to
GONSALVES & CO.,
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most popular paper published
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Piesh and of the Latest Design, having
were selected expicssly for tho trade
J5- BARGAINS -t9J
DURING my absence from the King,
dom the lion. "W. F. Allen will
act for me under a full power of attor
ney in all private matters, and also In
all estates in viliieh I am assignee or
Jgent. "IV. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, Augun 25, 1888. 29 2m
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 3 22 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
G inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 2J feet Sailing Scow, with
mast aud sails all complete. Apply to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. 51 tf
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
NOTICE is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Waimea Sugar
Mill Co. held in Honolulu, on the 22ud
day of September, 1SS8, the following
officers were elected :
President H. W. Schmidt,
Vice-President W. D. Schmidt,
Treasuier J. F. Hackfeld,
Secretary II. Lose,
Auditor H. F. Glade.
Honolulu, Sept. 24, 1888. G14t
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned give notice that
they have been appointed As
signees of A. Morgan, enrriago inanii.
fai'turer, of Honolulu. All persons hav.
ing any claims aguiust the said A.
Morgtm whether secured by mortgago
or otherwise, aro notified to present the
sumo to the Assignees within 3 months
fiom September 22, 1888. All peisotis
indebted to Mr. A. Morgan are re.
qiiC5tcd to mako immediate payment to
II. 0 BRYANT,
LOUIS T. VALENTINE,
Assignees of A. Morgan.
Honolulu, Sept 22. 18S3. fit 2w
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
aMIK undersigned having been apf
. pointed Adminstiatnr of tho Es
tate or John Gtnoia, of Kallhi Wacnu,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to all
cieditors of suid John Garcia to presont
their claims duly authenticated aud with
proper youchois whether becured by
mortgage or otherwise to him at his
olllee No. 15 ICaahumanu street, Hono.
lulu, within six months lrom date or
thoy will b forever barred.
. , , . A- BOSA,
AdmiiuKtiater of tho Estate of John
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 1888. 45 lm
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