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OrncE ok Roau Sui-iiiivison, )
Honolulu, H.I., July 17, 1S88.J
Tcmlers for shoeing of the Govern
ment Hoiscs and Mules, fori! months
from August 1, 1889, will be received
at the Olllco of the Road Kiipciviisor
till 12 o'clock noon, on TUESDAY,
July 21, 1888.
, JI. F. JIEBBARD,
Road SuporviHu of Honolulu.
BISHOP & Co., BARKERS
Honolulu. Hav.'inl:ui lalnuda
Draw Exchange on tliu
JBaulc ol Ottlilbx-juiu., W. U
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. JI. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Hank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tko Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Businttv.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all
TUESDAY, JFLY 17, 1888.
The Government's published fin
ancial statement for the quarter
ending June J'.O, 1SSS, shows the re
ceipts for the period to LoS298,UG7.
f0, which, added to S109,-lGo.G0,
the amount in hand at the beginning
of the quarter, make a total of $-107,-1)153.11).
The expenditures for the
same period are $203, 7.10. 10, leav
ing cash in the treasury $201,203.
09. Among the receipts i3 an
amount of 97,000 from the Postal
Savings Bank and the Loan Fund
which is simply borrowed capital,
and will some day have to be re
paid. Deducting this sum, and
also tho amount in the treasury at
the beginning of the quarter, from
the receipts, and taking from
ihe expenditures the item of 1,700
payment of national debt falling
due, as extraordinary expenditure,
the ordinary revenue of the quaiter
is S5G2.51 below the ordinary ex
penditure. . Considering that it is
not the season of direct tax collect
ing, this may be regarded as a favo
rable showing on its face. Hut how
about the outstanding promises to
An immense amount of legislation
has been undertaken by the Legis
lature during the present session
a great deal more than is possible
for any legislature to carefully and
thoroughly consider, along with the
divers other matters to be examined
and passed upon, in one short ses
sion of three months or so. Some
measures have passed their final
stage and become law, some have
been strangled and committed to the
tomb, and others arc still under con
sideration or waiting to be con
sidered. Wc venture the opinion, that
' if about threc-foiirtho of the
bills introduced had been plac
ed a3ide in their first stage
it might have been a wise course,
then the remaining fourth could
have received proper attention. Not
that this is an easy thing to do,
where legislation is conducted in the
way that it is here, without Govern
ment control, and with any and
cvery member of the House at
llbtiVY to bring forward measures
of their oviu uny and every day of
"We repeat that it v.0uUl be an
utter impossibility to give iu con.
sideration, either in Committee 01 n
the House, to all the bills brought
forward. "Where so much is at
tempted in so fahoit a time, hasty
legislation, which is a very undesir
able thing, must be tho inevitable
result". Some of tho measures al
ready passed show unmistakablo
eigns of tho prevalence of this ele
ment, both in law and in logic.
Some of the members aro to
bo credited with honest efforts to
guard against this kind of thing,
others with total indifference to it
bo far as cvWcnce to the contrary is
forthcoming, and still others with
bull-at-a-gato endeavors to Acceler
The last named class cmno to the
front one d.13' last week, when the
abolition of Governors bill, a meas
ure to which some thinking people,
at least, are opposed, was up for
third reading. Thoy declined to
listen to eotiborvativu counsels, to
defer finnl action for a few days.
Awnic that the vote on the second
"Vending as in part the result of ex
cited feeling, thev were anxious to
pass the bill beyond the reach of
the House before members had re
covered their reason and were cap
able of measuring it by its merits.
It must bo admitted that legisla
tion illicit aims at suddenly break
ing up or materially altering a sys
tem of government to which the
people have long been accustomed,
requires special care and caution a
larger amount than a majority of
the Legislature has shown any dis
position to bestow upon the bills
abolishing Governors and providing
for the discharge of duties hitherto
performed by tlicm.
Gentlemen, you arc doing no
good to the country you arc pledged
to serve, by hasty, ill-considered
legislation. You were not elected for
that purpose. You arc expected to
carefully weigh every bill brought
to your notice, before 3011 make it
law. And if there is more forced
upon you than you can do- properly
and thoroughly, decline to touch it.
What you do, do well, and leave the
rest for a future occasion or to pos
teiity. For goodness' sake, do not
encumber the statute-book with a
lot ot crude stull that will occupy
a half of the next session to wipe
THE AUDIT AGT.
Emtok lku.r.Tix: A great deal
lias been said about the Audit Act
by persons who perhaps have never
lead it, or if they have do not under
stand it. One peculiar feature of
the Act is that it does not require
the Auditor-General to keep any
books or accounts of the various ex
penditures of the Government.
When the Act wasitiliodueeil and
passed it waspiobably intended that
the Auditor-General should have a
head of sullicicnt capability to keep
tho accounts for any indefinite
period without the aid of books, but
this method of keeping accounts,
especially for a biennial period, lias
been found unsatisfactory and im
piacticable and thcrcloie I will
make the following suggestion, be
lieving that this method would be
equally as good as the one now in
uc and having tho advantage of
being perfectly clear
Let the Auditor-General "chalk"
the expenditures, etc., down on a
piece of ice, which melting before
the next Legislature meets, the
Auditor-General could make his
biennial report thus: Gentlemen of
the Legislature, (handing the presi
dent a demijohn), lieie is my bien
nial report ckjihi punt 59.8 lbs. to
the cubic foot. Quiz.
Scene: Hotel at an American water
Amer. Tourist "What book is
Landlord A Hawaiian Directory.
Tourist Ajjwhat? where? (turns
to "Wing On YvVs udvt., and re
marks) that must mean quail on
toast. I wonder whether the fellow
sells gin or red licrti gs.
Landlord Dunno an' don't care.
Tourist Neither do 1. (Throws
down the Directoiy.) "It
CARD OF THANKS.
The Treasurer of the British Be
nevolent Society begs to acknow
ledge the receipt of SM0.G0 fiom
Mr. .7. II. Wodehouse, Jr., being
net proceeds of the entertainment
given on behalf of the Society, on
the 7th inst., and also to express
the thanks of the Society to the la
dies, tiie ofliccrs of II. B. M. S.
Cormorant and oilier gentlemen
who took part in the entertainment;
to tho Hon. W. G. Irwin for the use
of the hail at reduced nitcs, and to
Mr. A. M. Hewett foi services in J
tho ticket olllco, etc.
A. S. Cixunoiix,
Treat.. B. B. Soc.
July 1G, 1888.
A KOHOLULU BOY AT VALE.
A Now Haven, Conn., paper has
Herman Oeiriclis, tho gentleman
who reiereed tho great Yale and
Harvard boat lace, has notilied
Captain Stcphciibon of tlio Yale
navy that ho will take tho Ynio crew
to l'.ngland this summer nud get up
n aco uith nie Cambridge crew.
Mr. Oiiiriobs says lie will pay till
the expense. 'I'his proposition was
made to the evuw, hut Hie gentle
men came to no coneluBion. It is
piobable that tho offer m bc ac
cepted. G. IJ. -Cailer, witl w8
ntai board btrokc in the winning
Ynlo boat al Now London on l'ridav
June 2!Hh, was piebented by Ids
father with u check for S21!i0 im
mediately after the nice. Tho
father promised to givo the ton
8100 for every boat's length Yalo
w;is ahead of Harvard at the finish.
Yalo had twenty-four and one-half
lengths qn hor old rival. Young
Carter comes fiom Honolulu, Sand
wich Islands, and lias been chosen
to captain the Yale crow of 1889.
nrfi 1 1 iiwiirt i i ago.
FROM LIMA TO CHICLA.
a hide ovkk Tin: ohoya. kailhoad.
As I have already said, wc were
not troubled at ail by the Siroccc,
and I am informed that those who
stay only a short timo at Cliicla, sel
dom hae any dilllculty. "When one
comes by the tegular tiain, how over,
he must icmaiti over night, as the
tiaiu does not return until the next
day. After tho sun sets, it gets
very cold, which in a mild form,
seems to have somewhat tho same
effort as cholera 11101 bus, but in a
more acute stage 13 attended with
hemorrhage, bleeding at the nose,
and even blood oozing f 10111 the
After a slav of half an hour at
Chicla, wc began tho return trip,
having first secured some souvenirs
in the shape of llowers and pieces of
ore fiom the silver mines. As this
tiip is down grade all the way, wc
lan with steam bhut off, but owing
to the curves, V's bridges and tun
nels, we did not go alarmingly fast,
though we made better time than
when going up. Wc were soon
back at Matucara, where, after a
little lunch, wo went on our way
back to Lima.
Schenck told us what 1 am assur-
cd is not an empty boast, that thus
far thev have never had an accident
which has caused los of life, which
is certainly more than can be said
for any other load in the world. Of
course there aro more chances for
accident, but, realizing this, every
care is. taken.
There are track walkers every
where, and it a land slide, a veiy
frequent occuiiencc, takes place,
trnllic is suspended fill the line is
clear. In fact, all the dangers are
due to Kiituio. The road is a sin
gle track, and except the "Favo
rita" and hand cars-, theie arc
never more than two trains on the
line at the same time. These al
ways telcgiaph each other, and pass
at some one of the principal points
like .Matucara, Surco, or San Ilaito
lome; so that there is absolutely no
danger on that score.
The lest of the trip was finished
uneventfully, a, indeed, was tho
case with the whole of it, and we
arrived at Lima about G p. 111. safe
and sound, with agnod appetite lor
dinner, and thoioughly enthusiastic
over the giand and wondeiful sights
we had seen.
One thing should be mentioned
as to the peihunal expeiiencc of all
on the return tiip. As one ascends,
lie accommodates himself readily to
the lower atmospheic pressure, but
in returning it is not so, and the
ears buzz and sometime ache quite
painfully. This is because the pies
sure in the internal ear is less than
that oulbide. To remedy this one
simply lias to take a long breath,
buhl his nose, and close his mouth,
and blow lnml mul quickly. This
re-establishes Ihe equilibrium, and
by doing it fieqiienlly, all bad ef
fect is avoided.
Thus ended this most delightful
journey, which enables one to do
comfortably and quickly, what, fifty
years ago, would have been a te
dious and wearisome trip of several
days. Wo thanked Mr. Schenck
for his care of us, and voted that
the authorities of the Oroya road
weio a line set of fellows for having
given us such a treat.
If the "Grace contract," which is
now the great question in Peru, is
consummated, the road will be fin
ished to Oroya and Uerro del Pasco,
and then the fertile valleys beyond
the Ahdes, as well as the mines, will
be in easy connection with Lima
and Callao, and Peru will be started
on an era of piospeiity to which she
has been a stranger ever since the
war willi Chile. Mr. Cillcy, at pre
sent the general Manager of the
road, will conduct the completion
and that fact assures its success.
SUPRCME D0UR1 JULY TERM.
uuroitu 1'itr.sioN, J.
Monday, July ICth.
Tlio Court opened at 10 a. m.
Foreign jurors in attendance.
Pi of. Mnnocl Jose de Freitas is
sworn as Portuguese interpreter for
At 12 m. a recess is taken in for
eign jury cases until l.ilO p. m. and
the Com t sits ill banco lrom 12 in.
The King vs. Manuel dc Rcgo,
seduction. Defendant on 11th inst.
pleaded not guilty. Tried before a
Deputy Atlorney-Gcnor.il A. P.
Peterson, A. S. Ilt.rtwell and W.
O. .Smith for the Ciotwi; AY. A,
Kinney for defendant.
iii:roiti:.TUi)i, c..i., M'ctJi.i.Y, imisktox,
lucuniiroN axii noi.i:.
The King vs. Long Tinin ; land
ing or attempting to laud without n
legal permit. Defendant's appeal
from tlio Intel mediary Court of
Oiilin, wliero on Juno 21), 1888, de
cision was rendered ufliniiing tlio
judgment of the Police .Justice of
Honolulu. Argued nud submitted.
Attornev-Gencial C, Y, Ashford
.for the Crown i A. S. Ilnitwoll and
Jl. is. Castle for defendant.
UmOltU I'HKbTOS, J.
Tuwuay, July 17.
'Ihe Couit opened at 10 a: m.
Foioign jurors in nttundanJul and
at 11,211 a. m, took recess until l p,
The King vs. Young Hong,
session of opium.
Defendant's appeal from Police
Couit, Honolulu. Tried "before a
foreign jury. Unanimous verdict of
guilty. Sentence deferred until
points reserved for decision ol Court
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Petcison for the Crown; V. V.
Ashford for defeudant.
Tit.so.yy, July 17.
Manuel do Rcgo, a thick-sot Por
tuguese, who was tried on a charge
of seduction, and. acquitted on a
point of law, was brought up ou a
charge of fornication with Mary
Ann Medciro, jn tho Police Court
this morning, and sentenced to im
prisonment at liaid labor for two
months. Mr. Kinney, counsel for
Manuel noted an appeal to tho Intei
mediary Court. The gill was lined
A Chinaman was fined $G0 and
sent to prison for one hour for hav
ing opium in possession.
Six drunks paid SO apiece.
Tom llanan, charged with threat
ening the person of Chas. Stein and
family, was requested to appear
again for trial on the 18th.
Two Chinamen paid SG cacli for
Manuel Babtisla, assault and bat
tery on Isabella Babtista; contin
ued to 21st inst.
UONOIjULV It 1 VI ..ISH
T? VICKY member
this Compnnv is
ZU null red 10 nprn-ar
at nn! Arnnrv,
at 7:!!0 11 chirk, THIS .Tue-ilaj) I- I.N.
INC. fi r I'ompiiy Diill.
K V. HISIIOP,
9:3 1t 1st Lii-iit. . i imling.
lias opened 11
AT THE FISH MARKET,
Win ic the
Best ol' BfTeatss !
0j1 Can liu 1'urcl.a id. lw
Fort Hi., oprit).
o. w. s.
Beef, Veal, Pork, Fish, Mutton,
Also a bupi
On hand nl a'l lime.
Shipping and Fimillliw supplied al
shortest notice and with 1il-L attention.
WANTED to KENT
i A SMALL 0'itii't'!', ol two
.ifGiVytMl xi. orthn'P f i nl In-d inoni",
tSsfea must be witb n fi iniiuiH".'
walk liom the I'nsl.oil.. i . A !'!te f. "A.
li. C," Uum.i.Tin Utbcw 115 nv
' COTTAGE of fi rooms,
i ItifOml rtr 1j-1 t.lwMi iii. 1
JF&ffit'Jh bathroom. Mut not lie more
tluin iO minutes' walk from l'o'tofllcc.
Address, staling situation and rent,
' W.,1' this olllce. to lw
H. rtnnin.'R ,,ln TlWnlelmrl
&AZl i.,.,a tltl. f-,,.,. U. ,,..,.
SSSSSiSS to lent, at No. A Garden Lane,
stibed to private gentlemen; 5 minutes'
walk from l'osi.cfllce. IJents ictisonable.
Sunny Room on Heie.
3 l.uua street, with board, for
Flnglu l.nly or gomlfintin or n married
loupli'. i'lpu use of parlor. Addri'.-u
Uum.etin Ollke. 01 lw
PIANO TO LET.
GOOD iiifiiumi'nt will be leased
C11AS. T. GULIOIC.
Sksitiiigl Skating! Skating!
Corner Queen & Richard Streets.
Will bo open every evening from 7 to
0:30 i M.
JlUSfO: Tuefdays and Saturdayi
evening lor the Public in General.
rJt?IIOBIA ID. "VV-AXit,,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN is a livo
- evcuing paper. CO cents per month.
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey,
WIIEHKASMm V Ward, Assignee
of inoitpiccc in a cettiln mort.
gage wherein William Johnson is moit.
gngor and .lolin S. AUG re a Is moit.
gngce, dated January 20, 18C0, and re.
corded in bluer Oo on pigm 201, 05
and 200, Ima heretofore duly foreclosed
silil mi rtgago In accordance with tho
power of sale therein contained and the
pinvMnns of tlio Act of 1874.
Now thcruforo by nidcr nf mid A
sluiico of mortgage, I will Mill nt Public
Auctl 11 at my -nlc3 ooiiis hi Honolulu,
On Wednesday, July 18, '88,
Al' Vt O'CLOCK XOOX,
Tlio propcriy cmorcd by snld mortgage,
All those Inn Is siiuato on the north
wcsleily pi lu ol tliu JNttunmi Viilley rami,
In said Honolulu, and bounded an 1 do?,
criliiilm tallows: Comimneing at the
nortliwi st corner or angle of lot otic nf
the smd premises on Ihe fold Nuuiinu
Valley mad, the Mime being Ihe south
ca-derii pnlutiif.1. YWod's land; thence
Hinniug N. 31 (leg. 20 111I11 W. 01 feet
along Wood's land, K. 01 dee; f!) 111I11.
W. !I4 I ret along .1 Alilim's land, -. 3?
de. 0 mln U 230 fict along lot two to
Xuirnnu street, N. 41 dcg. 1 inin. K. 82.B
feet to noint of bculuulnir 107.100 ncn s.
tnguihcr with the buildings nud im
Ci?Teiiiis Casli and deeds al expense
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1 Ii.k. Cieightnn, Attorney forussignee
of moilyiige, 0 Kii'ihuuiiuui ttrcet.
l li:ic j it ncrir I a Uns nsorlmul of
Reel EiriffiH Half Hose
Diicct fi oiii ihe matiiifiiciiuiri in Hal-
lulggnu, Ireland, whiih 1 guarantee
to give satisfaction tu imuhubui&.
W. G. SPEOULL.
CAUTION to PURCHASERS!
IN diiecliiig nutrition to the above we
beg 10 c.un inn buyers against rmi.
iimsiugan infi-iior ipmlily frequently
old a-. Kial 15.ilbiij!gin nt a inui'li lowi'i
puce ihnn it is pubsiiile to produce the
gitiuint! 111 tide. Intending piircli.i-eis
"(ibcited In buy li i-ioij without the
tunic intiiU wotilil do well 10 ge a
wiiui'ii umi'-iiilce lliiil it has lieen made
b.UV'Jir & CO., (Litnilcil),
The Origiiiiil ISulbilgpiin llo-ii-is l
lubliblnd A. 1) IT 0, Manuf.te.
lorv Diil.rtagan, 'lebiml 01 tf
Literary & Musical Entert'm't.
Mis 1'ioseoll, assisted by local talent,
1-. JL I"1 ES DR. .A. 18. Y
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT 1
At the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
On Thursday Evening, July 19,
To commence at 8 o'clock.
A.T3tiii!io;v, no CENTS.
Tickets will be for tale nt Ucwett'fl.
will be published licrc
J3Gt irs. 8RODIE & WOOD,
SI lCcrotunlu Htrcol.
8 to 0 A. M.,
!l to G:E0 v. m.
!t to 11 a. is.,
i t'i a i ji.,
7 to 8 i. m.
ANTS a Fituutlon in Cook and to
do General Housework. Apply
to this Olllce. 01 lw
NK Hue Milch Cow,
price, S125. Apply
at tho Hulletik Office.
HORSE, flrnke nud
S 15. The horiii is Bound
? and fV'mlc, biako nearly
Ajiply at the Bulletin Ofllce.
HOUSEKEEPER in a private
family, and to look after children,
do plain sewiiif:, etc. Apply to
oa :it J. k. brown .fc co.
A YOUNG Ens Milium is in want of
a situation as HoukUecppi, Cashier
or General Cleik Has bad nine years
experience in a Meainshlii ofllce. Char,
iicer and ability vouchid tor. Addrcs
"P. O. Ilox 410." tui lm
15 LOW N over the Poll, al tho lin?.
btnlV, a Red Morocco Pocket Hook,
contniuiinr photograph?. The Under will
receive $5 on leturning name to tho
Hawaiian Hotel. 00 lw
E. BROWN & CO., AccountiintH
anil Aiiint-, nao recently added
to lite number and (lllcieney of their
Blair of clerks, and aro now prepared to
undertake every kind of business in
their line. Collections aud returns mado
promptly. 03 tf
J I W'if J
itiiiR tip tl:e TLnclU-N & Gentlemen of IlosiVinlnt
Kiujj up tho Stoj & fiirlH!! V
JJtiK up ilu' Bullion!!!
itiiiir nn Bvorvunilv ""
Tell 'Em All, that
HAVE OPENED THEIR
lew Candy Factory & Elegant Caifly Store
Oil Jlolol St root, IVo-w XJi'owoi? Itloolc,
Where they will manufacture and sell tlio FINEST and CHOICE
FRENCH AND HOME-MADE CANDIES !
Fresh. Candies made every day.
An Elegant Atsoi Uncut of FANCY CANDY &. BON-UON,
110XES & NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all hinds teivcd from the most unique soda fountain in the city.
fljSCandiesi carefully packed for shipment to the other Islands. J(M
:VHOJL.lCSA.L.T3 &; KETAIL:
King! King I! Keep on Kinging and call at
- mi Mat
lpWO GHOD Haddle
L II irses. Apolv to
D. P. IMorson, 10 Emma
btieet, or A. P. Peterson,
J AS. S. McCANDLESS is hereby
givin full pouer ol attorney lo act
for mu in nil mattcm of 1ui-Iiich-, during
my absence lrom the K'nirilom
J. A. McCANDLESS.
nono'ulu, July 0 1S8 00 I u
TIIE undcrfk'ned liernby forbids all
jer-ons licsimihiiu; nn tho ihliiml
of Mnktiumciuno ot KoitN Lland in
Pearl River Huibor without pariniBion,
Anybody found so tivspissiiig will ho
piOEeeiiti'd u-coidliiK to law. Those
who have peimii-siiin lo io on tho
Island are torbidibu liom tikiug or
iiselug flicarms while tlirin
Oi lw JIHS. L. KAPU.
T)aggai;e E.Npro'is it Car.
XI liiioCu Tnleiilione-j
mSiS Nn- 11 rit nil: tonterof
Bethel aid King blrets. All cdms
promptly atlcniicil io. to 2w
I beg to cull the atioinio" of my fiicnds
and the geneinl pubilf lo my
Fine Stock of Goods
Jut received. A cirofu) iiiipcctlun
will convince ou that
In my 1 1 in u have novcr
lu this oitv.
-Ploaso Givo mo an Early CallXuin
rpH E , PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
X Daily Bulletin 50 els per month
ov'-1' nwim apiii
Tl,TUSC furnished for ball?, patties
IM. and forenndes by Palmer's S'linp
Hiin-1 Orders left nt "O. E. Willhims',
or ling up Mutual Telephone 331. . 74 tf
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN McLANE his removed his
BlncliMniihing E't ibliHhmcnt to
Foit siieit, opposite HopperV Mill,
where ho will ho ghid to see his old
f lends and new ones. 78 lm
mjka A NEW small Cottago on
fifc-J-iPrr Fort 6trceli of 4 rooms
fiS&a3iS with bathroom and kitchen.
Apply to No. 7. Chaplain street. 88 2w
r"MIK premises of Air. R.
SiliJQ - Ji '!. corner or l'likol
EaiSiiisS and Beretanla streets. For
paitlculnrd cnqtiire at
It. JIORE & CO.,
0 ' tf King street.
,tj,, rpiII' prcmiEo? known as
&$&$ - Sinaer's Bakery, iiiclud.
sJSisJM ing bakciy, store, 4 cottages,
etc, foi a tt nn of years on easy terms
to a good '(limit Apply to Mr. O.
Brown, or T W Rawlins, at tholla.
waihin Sotip U'oiks. 84 tf
FOR SALE or LET
II E Homo and Lot on
Beictania street next to
John Ena's on the west;.
largo lot urns fiom Bcrctmiia to Young
i-tr et. House contains parlor, dining,
loom, thico largo bedroom', kitchen,
bitlt. room and out-bniiRcs Inquire of
I'l tf W. O. WILDER.
H. C CRABBE
DEALER INMY and GRAIN,
81 King Btrecl, opposite tho Old Slalloa
XuLuul '.Telopliouo No.
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