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UMrtttrtetpr iMHi w -frm1JrVafi.ilft'.fcJuwjn iim nwifcMnHiriiMuiffgwiwf
king In Sxeehueu as a port of foreign
entry. Although a steamer, built
.'(Ho ' ii hiring r ona, I on the fnith of this, to ascend tho
els f.ir ho carman of ! rapids below the town, lias been
Office op the 13o.vi i or Health,)
Honolulu, Oct. 1G.1S88. J
tl'dt-! KimiI.mI U-nilpra will Im received at
the office of the Board of Health
until THURSDAY, October 18, 1888,
at 12 o'clock noon, for taking down
11 vo buildings, putting on board
Btoamer at Honolulu, and re-erccting
samo at Kalaupnpa, Molohai, as per
plans and specifications on tile at the
office of the Board of Health.
The Board does not bind itvclf to
accept tho lowest or any bid.
W. G. ASHLEY,
72 at Secretary.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian IbIhikIb
Draw Exchange on the
Bank oi Oulilfer-nin, feJ. IT.
And Ihoir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydnoy,
Tho Commercial Bink Co.. of Sydney,
The Haul, of New tfenland: Auckland,
CUri'Uiiniri'li nti.i elliiijrtun,
Tho Tit.nli f KrHir.l L'olumMa, Vic
toria, K C, and Po'thiml Or.
TraiistiJl - ,. mi; i. . aukluj Husiuu..).
Pledged to neither Sect t.or Party,
Bui established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, OCT. 1G, 1888.
H. R. H. PRINCESS KAIULANI.
To-day is the thirteenth birthday
anniversary of Princess Kaiulani,
and the occasion is being celebrated
by a reception at the residence of
the Princess's father, Hon. A. S.
flleediorn. Waikiki. between the
hours of 2 and G this afternoon. Up
to the time of our going to press,
man' prominent ladies and gentle
men have called to tender their tes
pects and congratulations, and the
stream of callers continues to flow
and thicken. Princess Kaiulani is
a member of the Royal Family,
directly in the line of succession,
and being first after the Heir Appar
ent; therefore, the interest of the
nation is directed tow aids her as its
hope and future head. May the
young Princess live long and be a
blessing to the nation and the coun
try, is the sincere wish ot every true
whenever demand' ...ndof pro
tect tho bearer th.it, ''no oi p. dtlou
shall be offered
or hiring vessels
his baggage aud mwchanrlteo." A
special clause pr-Auk-e ! 3t I'rilish
subjects profets'inc vtvaohi the
Chiistian reliciun d. lo v i titled
to protection, and -J r big as
they peaceably pur it i their filling
and do not offend against tl a law
they shall not he iie-i'outed nor in
terfered with. Finally. Artio'e XII
recites: "British subject?, whether
at tho porta or other places, desir
ing to build or open houses, ware
houses, churches, hospitals or burial
grounds, shall make their agreement
for the land they require at the rates
prevailing among the people, equit
ably, and without exaction on either
Thus it would appear to the casual
reader that rather cr.lenive privi
leges arc conceded by that treaty ;
but the "Mercury" proceeds to show
that the interpretation adopted by
the British Government from tho be
ginning was that the light of resi
dence general!' was not conceded,
and that the other places were in
tended merely to apply t tho imme
diate outskirts of the ports-. To
such an extreme t.is thi- view been
carried that deeds for laud urc re
fused to foreigners resident at
Shanghai in the Po.ishan distiict, al
though the boundary of that depart
ment comes within a few hundred
yards of the for iu Settlement. The
same thing hup't'iis at all the ports.
At Chinkian;? natives have been le
peatedly pun s. .t ns criminals for
attempting to sj-' land on the hill
sites in the urnm-uute vicinity of the
port, the lam l ' i only needed us a
health resort i -capo the miasma
of the plain1-. ' ither poits simi-
n adopted and in
waiting in Chinese wnturs for four
months, on ono prctoxt or another
permission has been refused for her
leaving the port of Ichang.
From tho foregoing it will bo seen
that the most exclusive proposition
suggested with regaid to the Chinese
on these islands is liberal in compar
ison with tho treatment of the for
eigner in China.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
Editoh Bulletin: Tho "Adver
tiser," apparently ashamed of its
correspondent X, states in this
morning's issue that the said X is
"far fioiu being a missionary and is
not even a member of a church."
That is a terrible fact of itself ; but
not satisfied with anathematizing X
as a churchless thingabob, the "Ad
vertiser" man adds that X is not
l elated by blood or marriage to any
one in the counlry. Tho old adage
of "save mc fi om my friends" is truo
in this case, and it is just the stylo
of the "pnrty" to go back upou
their supporteis when they havo no
further need of them.
On Friday, Oct. 19th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 35..
1 havo received Instructions fiom Mr. 11.
Morgan, on account Of dcpnrtuio fiom
the Kingdom, to, sell nt M realdinco,
l'alama, the whole of bin
Housohold Furnit'ro & Effects
Ono 1'jlejsaut Pm-lnr Lounge
1 Miirb.U-.top Center Tabic,
1 Center Bug, 1 Chuudeller,
Uphol Rocker?, Cane Chairs,
Black W. Bedroom Sets,
Writing Desk, Wardrobes, Bureaus,
Brackets, Cliromn, Ruga,
Kitchen Stove, Itefrlgernlor,
Garden lloso, KloatrPots,
Crockerywao, Vases, Clocks,
Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc.
AN; educated ictlnt-d worn in cicelies
Mtcndanuo ou im Invalid, or as
genoinl helper iu tho fnniily. Salary
not an object; personal reference. Ad.
inss Mns WEBSTER,
68 lw BOLLKTIN Ulllco.
",TY ofllco will bo closed from Scp'im
ItJL tior 22ad to Octulicr 27th, during
my nbienco from tho ICInttdom.
M. K. GROSSMAN,
HO tf DiTilht, IM Unlet at
JAS. E. MORGAN,
lar means hn
all ca-e- tl.i
from tli "
cept in tin
ries untlci t
at the pottst
Not only has the question of Chi
nese immigration been of late vigor
ously discussed in all English-speaking
countries where Chinamen have
established themselves, but in China
itself the question has been agitated.
Papers in the English language pub
lished in Shanghai have given con
siderable space to this subject. These
papers deal principally with the as
pect of the question presented in
It is contended by the Shanghai
"Mercury" that China and the Chi
nese have no occasion to find fault
with anything that Australia has
done or talked of doing in the way
of restriction, considering that the
most stringent measures proposed
are vastly more liberal than those to
which the Australian or any other
foreigner is subject in China, away
from tho treaty ports. The "Mer
cury" of July 21 shows what are the
actual privileges of the British sub
ject in China. II says tUe Treaty
of Tientsin had for its object the
opening of China to British, and as
a consequence to foreign trade. Did
it havo the object, or, if it had the
object, did it have the effect of
throwing open China to foreign resi
dence? The clauses in the treaty
'doubtless seem wide, but use has
narrowed them down to very re
stricted limits indeed. By that treaty
certain ports specified were opened
to British subjects, who were allow ed
.thereat the same privileges, advan
tages and immunities as were enjoyed
in the older ports.including the right
of residence, of buying, or renting
houses, of leasing land therein and
of building churches, hospitals, and
cemeteries. British subjects are
likewise authorised to travel, for
their pleasure or for purposes of
trade, to all parts of the interior
under passports which have to be
issued 03' their consuls and counter
signed by the local authorities.
These passport3 must be exhibited
- . en refused, ex-
.i-e of mis3iona-
inl clause. Even
selves where British
subjects aro pci uiltted to rent land
in perpetuity liny do so on terms
which pr.U'tii-.t'ly forbid them hold
ing it except Jur purposes f resi
dence or as t v.n lots. The i Imary
land tax paai! by Chined i nyi
in the fertile lai.d-i about b .aiiliai
amounts to about -0 cadi tr muw
per annum. Foreign leniuis are
charged at the talc of 1,500, which,
even at the present i educed rate of
exchange, amounts to no Ic!u a sum
than 27s an acre, beside;, havit'g to
buj' the land in the first instance.
Its effect is effectually to prevent
the spread of the foreigner into the
interior, and to place him at so great
a disadvantage that competition with
the native cultivator is out of the
question. Merchants in Shanghai,
with the objects of improving the
quality of tho ailk exported, have
on various occasiou sought to esiab
ish "conditioning" establishments
in the producing districts for the
purpose of drying the cocoons suffi
ciently to permit of their being sent
to Shanghai for filature. Thei rap-
plications have been steadily refused,
and one or two small establishments
tacitly permitted for a time have
been removed by express order. The
same course ha been adopted with
regard to tca-lirnig establishments,
and the uile has been laid down that
although British merchants may,
under treaty, hire boats and other
conveyances, and with the protec
tion of their pusspoit may expose
and sell their goods, they are not
entitled to open establishments iu
their own na t , nor to permanently
rent or (itli'H-i-o acquire premises
for the coi'i.a of their business,
unless at lU n porta. In other
words, as Hit- nditions nie impos
sible, there t- mil a single foreign
trader to ii ' i d in China outside
the bare ltu n d the open porta.
liven htileur tsclusion, continues
the "Meicur," frow mining privi
leges than fj.i' residential rights
pievaiU. N .0M,';ucr can own a
mine unci i i i-onditions. Ho is
not e en pi nutted to acquire a shai e
in any mining company. Attempts
have been made to engage foreigners
as managers, but excel t ii. one in
stance, the IC'flip'ing mil es, they
have always been run oiu, or re
duced to iiiHignificaucc. . hesu re
marks apply to lights not granted
by express treity and ' hero the
Chinese Government is troi to net.
According to the authority we me
indebted to for the abrne, the Chi
nese Government is not. over-scrupulous
in the fulfilment of obligations
deliberately assumed. England sub
mitted to a very serious modification
of the opium duty and itn entire change
in the internal i emulations regarding
Jtjio drug on certain conditions. One
of these was tho opening of Chung-
A QUEER STATE OF THINGS.
Eoitok Bulletin: In this morn
ing's "Advertiser" the fact is stated
that ",T. K. Robertson who wounded
Magoni at Waialua, arrived in town
about 11 o'clock Sunday night, but
did not present himself before the
authorities until Monday morning."
This appears to me a most extraor
dinary state of things. If it had
been a Chinaman who had commit
ted the deed, half a dozen policemen
would have been sent post hasto to
Waialua with instructions to bring
their prisoner in irons to town.
Theie would have been no chance
lor him to have spent the night un
der the roof of a i dative's house,
and then take his own time in giv
ing himself up. Then again, how
is it that the bail is only fixed at
S1000, when in a recent shooting
ease by a Portuguese near the Hos
pital the amount was S20I0? for,
as 1 understand, the man Magoni is
hovering between life and death.
"Let justice be done though the
heavens fall." One more question
and 1 have done: Why is the dis
trict of Waialua without a physi
cian? If there had been one theie
the piobability is the poor fellnw
won d not have io3t so much blood,
in I might by now be on the road to
recwery. Is it because competent
doctors will not serve under the pre
sent President of the Board of
FHOS1 and after this ditto I will not
lie tesponslblc lor any debts eon
ttactid in my iiuinu by my son Vincent
Fernandez without mv written order.
Honolulu, Oct Hi, ISSrf. 7U lw
LOT EOlt SALE
HAVING beeu appointed by H. It. H.
PrincebS Xitlluokalaul to bo col.
lietiT of ll rents due of her lauds,
therelore, nutlcu is hereby given to all
teunnts and lcs-uts to p.ty all rents to
me ut Knpftlnuii, Honolulu, O.tlitt, nt
the time and dnto tpccillid in nil the
ifnic.3, and I tun nlotiu authorized to
give receipt for the same. Parties com.
lug to pay their rents will please take
notice Unit they must bring tliclrlast
receipts with them.
Honolulu, October 8, 18fc. 07 2w
HAVE JUST KEOEIVED A COMPLETE LINE OF
Ladies', Gents', I Cliilflrens' Baiig Suits,
IN COTTON .to WOOL.
Also, Ladies' Black Diamond Dye Hose
Iii future, Mrs. E. Small will be prepared to do
Cutting and fitting:.
rpilE bioro nt Waialua be-
X loucinir to the Emerson s.
for teims enquire of
S. N. EMERSON.
Waialua, Onliu, Oct. 0, lb8rf. 0!) 2w
Constant Lino of Schooners Ample Opportunity for All.
vfefcL N Kjn, htiect, opposite
igi? U Mr. ailu'iioiiV. thu a
'sSvjf lionhiKO ul Wl lea by i!t!l
leet deup Ap,ily to
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
KOLOA, KAUAI, LETTER.
The condition of Mr. Cropp is be
ginning; to b'ecome again very crit
ical. The impiovement lately re
ported, seems to have been only
temporary. It was thought desira
ble to summon additional medical
assistance to co-operate with Dr.
Woltcis of Lihue, Dr. Campbell of
YVnimea, responding to the sum
mons. The condition of Mrs. Turner's
baby is also far fiom satisfactory,
a relapse for tho worse having set
Tho natives have struck a regular
gold mine, in which even one of the
Royal Hawaiian bandboys, here on
a vacation, does not disclaim to
take a share. It is an exceptionally
large catch of fish. A variety of
smaller lish that seem to make their
regular appearance between the
hours of 3 to 7 p. m. and 2 to 5 a.
in., are caught plentifully, At
these times some 50 to GO natives,
men and women, are fishing with
their rods from the whaif. Nono of
these anglers leave without filling
their water pails at least half full
with these fishes. Fuitheroutin tho
buy some immense quantities of fish
of nil varieties and sizes are caught
with hooks and lines. Considerable
fishing is also done by harpooning
and spearing, some natives being
quite experts nt that; astonishing
with their skill any casual haole ob
server. Puhi abound in large num
bers and sizes. One native caught
during two hours' time in an after
noon 12tlitind the next morning dur
ing one hour's time 10 more of these
fish. As they are sold from SO cts.
to $1 each, it will be seen that) hero
must bq money in it.
Koloa, Oct. 13.
AT ilto iiiinunl meeting of the ttock
holders ol the Hiieii uunr Co
It. Id in Honolulu, t'ctobu- 15, 1888, the
iolluwing" otlltoM wufo reelected lo
foivednti'g the ensuing jeur:
W. G. It win fredident,
John A, t.uck Vice-President,
' ( aeciutary,
W. it Olft'aid 1 &
H. M. Whiluev, Jr Auditor.
'V. M. GIFFARI),
7!) lw hcoietaiy, U. S Co.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1P88.
SPECIAL ORDER, No. U.
rpHE members of Co. "A" aio
JL liciotiy oulercd to assemble
at the Armory on THUR&UA.Y
EVENING, the 18th infant, nt
7:S0 o'clock, in Fatitrue Uni
form, for the election of (Jiip
tain and 1st Lieutenant, vice
t ....! n- iw : i i
lain und Ordnance OiUeei Hindi
Gunii if hereby detailed to pteide at
said clec'i n. Bv order,
H. F. I1EBBARW,
Ciptaiunud Adjutant. 7-! :it
or a Comfortably Fur
nished Rooms nt SU per
Eft week. Abo, 1 Elegantly l"ui.
nb hid Itoiiin Mti'nlile for two young
men. Appl., No. 8 Union fctroit. Ctl lw
S54oiiie tiling- !N"evs- I
Whose 'im" is it V Why,
AVho has opened a
Coffee Saloon, on Hotei Sireet.
A Hot Dinner is provided Kvcry
Dity from 1 1 :30 a. n. to i r. u.
' Come and tty his Coffee, etc.-a
OWING to our constantly Inemisinjr business and the grcit demand of nn appro
chuinjr community, in hno r.onetmhd to olfur an opportunity to all parties
having capital. Our Lino of tfchootici.s tuny lie seen eliding over lite "Har" llllcd
to their utmost canying capacity of ( lenr, "( col mid Invigiunlliig
John WieSand's Philadelphia Lager Beer !
AT TXllfl 'OX.rX,JEKIOIST SALOON."
To accomiuo'To out Vat Flea of Schooners, our ice vaults are now being en
Inrgcd lepnrdlcis ot tost. Tho
Is the only place where a Cool G1iib nf PHll.ADrLl'HlA I1EER, on Drntigh?
run lie line) in Honolulu. Sfp furwavd, Genllrmi"-, now's the time "i8 Im
Assignee's Notice to
Mr. S. ROTH,
Merciiant Tailor !
Has just re'iuned fiom Sun Finn,
clsco willi a Large stock of the
Finest English & Scotch Goods
Ever brought to this city.
C37Tlie Goods were bought in Bond
Cheap, and lie intends to give bis cits
turners the benefit of these purchases
Egr Call and soo lor yourselves -jja
Starr &, CoBps
NO. 1 FLOUB
A consignment of the abeve
FOR SALE at LOW RATES !
AffBff nm g as?
A LARGE INVOICE OF FINE JEWELRY
OF THE LATEST rt. PRETTIEST DESIGNS
DIAiOMDS ENSOUTAIRES & CLUSTER !
Tlio Jb'nniKtis (Joi'hum Solid Kllvpi-n-nin A. t'inCNt Triple
1'latcdwarc. In ereu vnricty.
Waltham Watches, Elgin Watches, sc,
At Exceedingly Low Prices.
XSeantUul Xarllo CI o Its I
Special I-iiae ot
. . ( .
.Vhirm Clocks, at SX 75.
GKCDITORS ill pliaso take nolle e
Hi at the undersigned A-Menee ot
iIik linnkrupt K'stnte ol K. H . L'tinu, hs
this day applied or nn ordei lo declare
and piy u liniil dividei.d, and for a dU.
clni'gi' ns Mich A'siijni'o, and tlmt "Mr.
Itiittie Bickeilon lm appointed FRI
DAY, the 19jh instant, at, 10 'clock
a. M., at his ihuinbcis ut Aliioluni Hale,
ns the lime and plme toi lie.uing said
A. J. OAKTWKIGHT,
Assignee ol R. W. I nine, liaukrupt.
Honolulu, October '5, 1S"8. 72 3t
These Gooils have all heen pei.-on.illy eeleuted in tho States, guaran
teeing thereby a choice) t-f lection of I lie Newest and Latest Designs.
Sample Packages of Cloodt, hent to any pait of the Kingdom. Having
every facilities requisite for a firtit-elas-o jew ehy lnanufacturing establish
ment, we feel confident that we can iu.inufaelu:c anything that may he re
quiied in the Jewelry or Silverwaie Line.
0sT WATCH XEXiVXi-CIG- Sz MNGRAVXNG-a
In our well-known manner.
P. . Jinx 342 (r.O lmi Fort Street.
jMMgJifc fcSiLU.Tl m tA 'Sir
WILL GIVE A PERFORMANCE
HiWAMI OPERA HOUSE
GENUIlfE GLiARAIGE SALE.
BOOKS, STATMH I FAICY GOODS
Plush Sets, Ladies" Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather; HiMiuc, Ghtta it Parian Ware, Opora &
Mamie Glatbcfr, Telei-copes,
Per S. S Atibtralia,
Af The Beaver Saloon
IJ. .V. KOFra, I'joprietor.
'"I'Hf; suppl) "f water from tho lower
JL Nuiimiu Hucrvidr, niil bo shut
. 11 fiom tho (Jhv on WEINIDaY,
Iliel7'ii Instant, during tho liouis fioni
8 a M to 8 r M.
(J It. WILSON1,
Sunt. Honolulu Wiiinr Works
AN nnallpbrnun, 20 y r o' ne, is ip
want of a Miiiuiirm I" an ofllpe,
it" re, or on a plantation. Has Jud VI
veins biisinesii experience, and i-iiu pro.
rl"f"o iiri'iritliblo tctliniiiiials. Address
"F. O. G.," BrtMi-riK Ofllcf. 7?ln
nfENDKHSforihehtipply of meat to
JL tho Queen's Hrnpiial for 1 jear
from Novembi-r 1, 1888, will be received
at Mm otltco of tbi iinripr.lgned up to
SATURDAY NEXT, the 20th instant,
nt noon. For pari tculiirs Rpph to
F. A. BC11AEFER,
noioiulu, Oct 13, 1S8-1. 711w
rPHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X Uolly Hultotln 50 ot per month,
FOIi SAN TIIANCISCO,
The Al Bteninship
Will havo Honolulu for tho nbovo
Tuesday, Oct. 23,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
7,3 lw '
Cli House Itetant
Saturday Evening, Oct 20,
AT H O'CLOCK.
tSTBnx Plan nnon nt Hawaiian News
Co. on THURSDAY, October 18th, at
t) 'clock a m. 71 41
And other things too nuineious to mention.
Gooda will ho offered at the
All tho above
LOWEST PEICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
P"The above Goods aio New, Fiesh and of the Latest Design, having
been imported ex recent anivala and were Eolected expressly for the trade
Messrs. G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.
Beg to announco a grand cxhibl.
tlon of original
1 50 ! Vek.
K5 C'enlM Vncli.
A flrst.olasft Cook has been engaged to
Mircued tho one beretofo-e employed.
Tho Tublts aio Marble top and Clean ;
the Wullerb attentive.
O. OllpJi IIEE,
73 8n) v ' "projirictor.
Gravures & Etchings
"Which will bo offered for Exhlbi.
tion ami Bulo at their Bales.
rppmB (up stairs) oa
FFSBDAY, Oct. 12th
Tho above comprise canvasses from
well. known artists of
JDojkIoh, Slunloli, XiiVHolU-
dorir, JJerlln, IurlH, unA
otlior A-rt Cent erw.
And taken as a whole, are without
Finest Collection I
Ever brought to these Islnnds.
Kg 03PE2JN" EVENINGS S
W. H. GRAENHALaH;
i OO JParv Street, Honolulu.
FORX Sa?JRJQ3ErX HONOLULU.
l BARGAINS tat
Now Lino of
EST BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before.
SIELF-HA1WA1, PLOWS k
New inolCe of
Jtibt Received -
Novel tic w tiui ITuuuy Ooudw, In Lnro "Vui'ioty.
NOTICE Xo OUEDITOBS.
Pictures will bo
lO ii. in. to -L i. jm ilwily
ISTThe Public are cordially invltcda
''pilE undersigned having been np.
X pointed Administialor of the Eh
tale ol John Uuicia, of Kallbi 'Wiioiiii,
Honolulu, decenbi'd, gives notice to nil
creditors of said John Garcia to present
their claims duly autbtnticatcd and with
proper vouchers -whether secured by
mnugiigo or otherwise to him at his
oflicuNo. 15 Kuahumunu street, llono.
lulu, within bis months from date or
tlioy will bo forever barred.
AdminiMiator of tho Estate of John
lonoluluj Sept. 18, 1888. 45 lm
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
HPIIE undersigned give notice that
L "hey havo been appointed As.
bigneis of A. Morgan, carrlago manu.
facturcr, of Honolulu. All persons hav.
ing any chums against the said A.
Morgan whether secured by mortgage
or otherwise, arc notified to present tho
sarai! to Hie Assignees within II months
fiom bepumber U'i, 1688, All persons
indebted to Mr. A. Morgan are re.
qurMed lo iiiRke Immediate payment to,
n. O. BRYANT.
LOTJIS T. VALENTIN
Assignttb of A. Morgan,
nonolulu, Sept 32, 1888, fi2w