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Honolulu, II. I., July 27, 188S. J
Holders of water privileges or
those paying water lates are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating put poses are
from G to 8 o'clock A. m., and from
4 to 0 o'clock i m.
C1IAS. 13. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Wotks.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
Bank ol Culiiomia, H. IT.
And thoir agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. II. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. O., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Buswtss.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Sat established for the benefit of all.
A LITTLE NAUSEATING.
A great deal of talk has of lata
been heard in the Legislative Hall
and out of it, and the piinting com
missariat has done its share, about
tourist travel to these islands, and
the desirability of encouiaging it.
We all believe that this is a verj'
good country for people to visit.
Our climate, our scencr'. and our
great volcanoes, active and extinct,
are natural enticements, which no
body can deny. Wc all admit that
tourists benefit the country by the
money which they bring to it and
leave in it, and for this reason are
naturally desirous of seeing as many
as possible come. But are we not
in danger of harping too much on
this topic, and of attaching loo
much importance to it, to the neglect
of more pressing home needs? So
much talk about what wo should do,
and what we must do, to get tourists
is becoming a little nauseating, in
view of the fact that theie are many
things which should be done for the
people domiciled in the country, but
which are neglected or only super
ficially looked into.
A TENDENCY TO CONFIRM.
The discussion in the House yes
terday afternoon on the currency
bill had a tendency to confirm our
interpretation of the "'intent" of
the measure. We were called to
task by the "Advertiser" a few days
ago for harboring the suspicion that
the real object of the bill was to
stop the circulation of paper issued
by a local bank. Oh, no, it was
nothing of the kind. Everything
was being done by committees and
the Legislature on the bioad princi
ple of "measures and not men."
We accepted the correction with all
simplicity and profound gratitude.
But some of the members of the
House are apparently not so con
fiding. Thoy expressed positive
opinions in harmony with our "sus
picions." Perhaps they were wrong,
but if those gentlemen are unbeliev
ing, what can be expected1 from a
person with an abnormal "corporo
sity?" With regard to the measure, pro
bably the correct thing for the Le
gislature to do would be to regulate
the iBsue of paper as currency, in
stead of abolishing it; that is, to
require a coin btfsis or a sufficient
guarantee of a coin backing. Paper
is more convenient than coin, and
most people prefer it as long us
there is an assurance of its repre
THE SUCAR CORNER.
New York, July 1G. There is a
corner in raw sugar. Claus Sprcck
els and the shortage of the West
Indian ciop aie both to blame.
The Phillipine Island crop is 25,
000 tons shorter this year than last.
Mr. Spieckels, it is said, has gobb
led tho entire West Indian crop.
One account of the circumstance of
the present corner credits Spreckels
with having cleared 82,000,000 by
buying up all tho raw sugar in sight,
just when tho Sugar Trust bought
up all tho refined sugar and made
contracts for much more S. F.
Call. I Kep- Kmncy said he thought there 60 cents per month. 01 Queen street. I friends and new ones. 7 lm
49m Day July 2Gth.
Tho House opened at 1 n
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted,
nr.rours or coMMinr.r.s.
Hep. F. Brown leported from the
Printing Committee that Bill No.
109 was printed and ready for dis
tribution. Ken. C. Broun repoited from the
Judicinry Committee on the petition
from Messis. T. II. Davies & Co. for
a rebate of duties illegally paid, re
commending that the amount claim
ed, SGG. 33, be inscitedin the Appro
priation Bill, for the purposes of
making the rebate. Adopted.
Also from the samo committee
upon the bill relating to divorce, re
commending that the bill pass. The
lepoit was received and laid on the
table to be considered with the bill.
Noble "Widemann reported from
the Select Committee to whom was
leferrcd the bill lelating to the sticct
railway, recommending that it be
hud on the table ; and that a bill
pieparcd by the committee as a sub
The bill was then read by its title.
The report of the committee was re
ceived and laid on the table to be
considered with the bill.
Kep. F. Blown repoited from the
committee to whom was rcfeiied the
bill relating to the use of explosives
in taking fish, recommending that
the bill pass with some few amend
ments wuich they offer.
Tho report was accepted and laid
on the table to be considered with
The President stated that there
were 34 select committees appointed
by the House, and only 17 have re
ported. He wished to remind them
that by resolution adopted by the
House they must repoit this week.
Noble Young reported from the
special committee to whom was le
ferrcd the item of S8,000 for a car
riage road up Punchbowl hill, re
commending that the item pass as
in the bill.
The report was lcceived and laid
on the table to be considered with
the Appropriation Bill.
l!r.sOLL"T10.S AND BILLS.
Pep. C. Brown icad a first lime
a bill to protect cci tain fish during
certain seasons in Hawaiian wateis.
Reform! to Printing Committee.
i .-riMim:i 1!Usim:ss.
Consielciatiou of the bill abolish
ing tuition fees in the Government
schools, except in ceitain cases.
The bill was consideied section
by section and passed with amend
ments to ciiKiossincnt, to be lead a
third time on Monday.
oitDLii of inn day.
Third reading of a bill to legulate
the Bureau of Public Instruction.
On motion the bill was referred
to the Judiciary Committee to revise
Noble Smith moved to leconsider
the bill to abolish tuition fees in
Government schools except in cer
tain cases. Carried.
The bill was then referred to the
Thiid reading of a bill to amend
the law relaing to seduction. Passed.
Consideration of the bill to pre
vent the issuing of commercial pa
per as a circulating medium. Sec
tion 1 exempts foreign bills of ex
change. The section passed as
Minister Green moved to recon
sider this section as he believed that
under this law bills of exchange
could be issued as circulating me
dium. The motion was carried.
Noble Smith said he wished the
bill referred back to the committee
as he consideied it a very crude bill
and should be carefully studied be
fore being passed. He said a cei
tain banking-house in this city was
issuing notes without anything to
back them, and he supposed this
law was aimed at it, moie than any
thing else. He believed that if
bank notes were issued capital
should back them, and that by law.
If one house can do it others can.
lie understood that the object
sought was to piotcct the commu
nity, and he should move to -have
the bill referred to the Judiciary
Minister Green said he did not
see the necessity of referring this
back to the Committee. The bill
was well enough as it is, except
wheie it exempts foreign bills of
exchange. He therefore moved to
strike out thoe words.
Noble Baldwin said if Noble
Smith wants a banking act passed
let him bring in one, or a legal ten
der act. This bill only provides for
tho protection of tho public against
an j' loss from the issuing of illegal
Noble Wateihouso said that the
object of the bill was to protect the
people fiom loss. If one party can
issuo paper, there is no reason why
ouiets biioulu not do so. There is
no need of any firm issuing paper as
a eh diluting medium as there is
plenty of silver and gold in tho
country for all the wants of the peo
ple. The silver and gold has a
value whereas paper has not.
Noble Smith said the point ia
simply this: Hero is the original
bill (pointing to one in his hand.)
The committee have offered a sub
stitute. Tho membei' from Koolau
poko has amended by inserting a
substitute section for section 2, and
the Minister of Finance now offers
another amendment and it seems
an incongruous mass,
Pep. Kinney said he thought there
should be a clause In the bill for
bidding metal ie9icd as a circulat
ing medium, such as the copper 124
cents pieces issued on Maui.
Noble Smith said ho wished such
a provision could bo made, as it is
very desirous for the issuers to be
protected. Capt. nobron has al
ready redeemed over $200 more
than ho issued.
Noble Widemann said that plan
tation drafts must come under tllis
law as it is now worded. He thought
that a much simpler wording could
bo used and yet preserve the inten
tion of the bill.
Noble Baldwin said that Noble
Widemann had considered this bill
with the committee and had approv
ed of its woiding. In regard to the
copper coins in circulation among
plantation people, he thought it
should be considered separately, as
there are many plantations who is
sue them in order to be able to pay
their men the fractional part of a
dollar that is often due them and
that can be paid only in this man
ner. The motion to sti ike out the
woids, "foreign bills of exchange"
was carried, and the section passed
Noble Waterhouse moved to
amend Section 2 so as to read "to
lake effect fiom and after the 1st
day of January, 1889.
The Attoiney-Gencral said that
he thought that this law would de
feat itself, if it did not go into effect
befoie Jan. 1st, 1889. Now what is
to prevent the House (against whom
we must admit this bill is aimed),
issuing a million dollars of their
paper bcfoic that time. It is not il
legal for them to do so, and it is
not illegal for people to pass them
between each other after they arc
issued. He thercfoie moved that it
be made the 1st day of September,
iu older that they may be protectee!
from a inn on them.
Pep. C. Biown said he thought
the bill should have been referred
to a committee, as he thought there
should be some piovision made com
pelling the issuers of this paper to
redeem it within a ceitain time and
to make it illegal to pass it after a
Pep. Kinney baid he had not got
this thing quite straight, but ho had
got the idea. (Voice, "Ilokl on to
it.") He said there was a lot of
this paper out and nobody should
be ciowded. He considered that
until September 1st ample time to
redeem all outstanding paper.
Minister Thuiston moved to refer
the whole bill to the Judiciary Com
The President said he had a mes
sage from the Supreme Court,
which, if the House did not object,
would be presented then. This
message was in answer to the ques
tion submitted by the House on sev
eial questions relating to licences,
answering these questions in the ne
gative. That is, the Legislature
cannot pass laws depriving one class
of people of the benefits that maj'
accrue under the laws of the coun
try. On motion this opinion was order
ed translated and printed.
Consideration of the bill to pro
tect passenger steameis from carry
ing lepers or others suffering fiom
any contagious disease.
The House then adjourned until
1 p. m. Fiidaj'.
On arrival of "S. S. Zealandia,"
Or later, there will bo
One Performance !
Given by the Famous
On their way to Australia.
C3TBox plan opens at A. M. Hcwett's,
Merchant stiett, nt 10 o'clock, Wed.
uesday morning, August 1st.
Should tlicru lo no pulormance the
managimeut will lcfuud tlio money the
morning alter the biciraer depar.s.
Notice of Removal!
Manufacturing Jeweler & Watchmaker
Has icmoved to one of tho New
Stores in tho
Thomas Jtloclc, Jting Street,
Three doors from Castlo & Cookes',
Where ho is prepared to manufacture
nil kinds (f Jewolry.
ALL persons who want to communi
cato with tho Poitugucso, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
Beivants or any other helps, will find it
tho most profitable way to advertise In
the Luso llawaiiano, the now organ of
tho Portuguese co.ony, which is pub
'ibhod on Merchant street, Gazette Build,
lug, tPost-Olilco Letter Box E.), and
only charges reasonable rates for adver
ONLY LIVE PAPER in
-"Tlio Dally Bulletin.'
60 cents per month.
tiolulu "Tho Dally Bulletin.' GONSALVES & CO., where ho will lie jjiaa to see uis oia ju classes "The Daily Bullotln.'1 50
Auction Salos by Lowls J. Levey,
Regular Gash Sale !
On SATURDAY, July 28, '88,
XT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Salesrooms, corner of Fort aud
Queen fits., will bo sold at 1'ubllo Alio.
tlon, a general assortment of Mercian-
dUe, consisting of
Prints, Calicos Denims
Clothing, Crockery and Ulus9Ware,
Potatoes, Onions and Corn, Boots
and Shoes, etc., and a few choice
PLANTS wnU ITJKR1VS !
Fine Laying Fowls,
Household Furniture !
One Upright Westmaycr Piano
In Fine Order.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
NOTICE is hereby given that in ac.
cordancc with tliu law in such
case made and provided, I will cause to
bo sold tho chattels of H. Barber tnUeu
by me in distraining for rem, to wit:
Wearing Apparel & Bedding !
Said sale will take place at the Auction
Hooins of Lewis J. Lecy, auctioneer,
corner of Fort and Qyucn street",
On Saturday, July 28, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
D. F. SANFOItD,
COTTAGE of !! or 4
SfiJaSil housekeeping; leu minutes'
walk from Post-ofllce Apply
THE Hawaiian Bushier Ajiuncy is
duly authorised lo collect all of
my accounts and receipt for sump in my
name. A. M. HEWETT.
Honolulu, July 20, 18dt. 04 3l
DURING my absence fiom the King
dom, Uol. W. F. Allen will net for
me in all busiuess matters under a full
power of attorney.
G. E. BOARDMAN.
Honolulu, July 27, 18S8. 01 lw
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholder of the Rccipro
city Sugar Co., held July 21st, the fol.
lovring bClccrs were elected for the en
suing year, viz:
J. S. Walker President,
W. It. Castle Vice-President,
E. I. Spalding. Secretary & Auditor,
W. G. Irwin Treasurer.
Diitctois G. W. Mac fm I a ne, B. D.
Tenney, W. H. Cummiunt, J. D. Holt,
W. H. Daniels.
E. I. SPALDING,
01 2t Secretary.
A GOOD COOK. A-inly to
Y a German Woman a situation as
Cook. Apply at this office. 01 lw
A YOUNG Englishman is in want of
a situation as Bookkeeper, Cashier
or General Clerk. Has had nine years
ixpeiicnce in a steamship ollicc. Char
ncter and ability vouch' d tor. Addics
"P. O. Box 470." H3 lin
THE Fire Proof Brick
Building, No. 68 Nuu
anu street, with Lot in rear
of same, at present occupied by McLean
Bros. For particulars inquire on the
premises. 08 2w
THE premises of Mr. R.
ilote, corner of Piikoi
and Bcrctaoia streets. For
particulars enquire at
R. MORE & CO.,
00 tf King street.
rpHE premises known as
X Singer's Bakery, includ
ing bakery, store, 4 cottages,
etc., for a term of years on easy terms
to a good tenant. Apply to Mr. U.
Brown, or T. W lUwliue, at the Ha.
wailan Boup Works. 84 tf
COTTAGE TO LET
iN Llliha street.
vy per mouth
GRINBAUM & CO.
FOR SALE or LET
THE House and Lot on
Bcietania street next to
Mr. John Ena's on the west:
large lot runs from Berctania to Young
street. House contains parlor, dining
room, throe largo bedrooms, kitchen
bath-room nnd out. houses Innulre of
01 tf W. C. WILDER.
H. C. CRABBE,
DEALER IN HAY and GRAIN
81 King Street, upposito the Old Station
IVlutuul Tolepliono No.
tjMNEST BRANDS OF CALI
JL1 forma Port, Madeira and Malaga,
lor sale in kegs aim cases by
30NSALVKB & CO.,
01 Queen street.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
APPLES ill PEARS
TO-MORROW, July 28, 1888,
AT 1! O'CLOCK NO OX,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
sell nt Public Auction,
100 biii Fresl Gal. Jules,
25 boxes Pears,
25 boxes Plums,
Also, 100 sks Gal. Potatoes,
20 jacks Onions, Sacks Almonds,
Sacks Walnuts, etc
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Wooaen BullflinE at Auctioii
On SATURDAY, July 28, '88,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOON.
At the premises, Merchant street, I will
sell nt Public Auction, the
Wooden Building !
Formerly occupied by Brown & Co.
ES-' Building to be removed by Wed.
nesday, August 1st.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
TDYmd. rcifi. jf. Wilcov, Esq.. the
J Mottgagee named in a certain
chatiel moiinago made by A. B. Fisher
toG N Wi'cox, dited August 1, 1687,
und leioid.d in Llbcr 108, on pigcs214,
215, 210, 217 und 218, 1 will sell at
On SATURDAY, July 28, '88,
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesio.ini, Queen street, the pro
perty described in taid mort
1-7 y. SiilG acttiiiiG
1-0 h. p. Dynamo,
1 Llcctric Governor,
Stockwell & Governors Motors
Rolls Elrctiif Light Wire,
Medical Gilvanic Buterics,
One Electric Light Lamp,
Carbons, Telephone Cord",
Gravity Batteries, Gasoline Torch,
Crocus Clotl, Emry CM,
1 Hall Battery,
Braided Wire, Show Case,
Olool, Etc., 3E)te.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OWING to many inquiries we wish
to s-tate thai the business of ' The
Elite Ice Cream Parlors" and "The New
Cindy Factory will be carried on as
heretofore in iirst-class style by
HART & CO.
Honolulu, July 24, 1888. 01 lw
rpiIE Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Com
X pany, of Wailuku, Maui, having
purchased all the right, title and in
terest of His Majesty in tho Alden Fruit
& Taro Company, will carry on the
same aud supply the best of Taro Flour
W. II. DANIELS,
Honolulu, July 18, 1888. U0 2w
AT a meeting of tho shareholders of
the Waiohinu Agricultural &
Grazing Company, held in Honolulu,
July 10, 1888, tho following officers
were elected for the ensuing year:
John Ena President,
( Secret ury,
O. P. Iaukea &
J. II. 8. Martin Manager,
Board of Dirtctors J. Ena, (J. P.
Iaukea, J, II. H, Martin and J. Kau
hane. - C. P. IAUKEA,
Honolulu, July 18, 1888. 08 lw
MUSIC furnished for ballc, parties
and sercnudes by Palmer's String
Band. Orders left at 0. E. Williams1,
or ring up Mutual Tolephone 830. 74 tf
NEITHER the Captain nor the AgontB
of British ship "Cockerinouil1" are
responsible fur any debts contracted by
Q. W. MAOFARLANE & CO.,
01 lit Agents.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN McLAIN has removed his
Blackemlthing Establishment to
Fort street, opposite Hopper's Mill,
where ho will he glad to see his old
friends and neir ones. 78 lm
ON MONDAY, JULY 30th,
At -1 o'clock i m.,
FOR THE VOLGA
Round trip which includes nil expenses
"Wilclev' "Stemixsliip Ooiiixa.ny.
Kins ni the Lndicn & Gentlemen of Honolulu!
King up the Uoys & Girls!!
Kins np the Ilnoics!!!
King np Everybody nil over Hawaii Nei!!!!
Tell 'Em All, that
HAVE OPENED THEIR
lew Canity Factory & Elegant Ganfly Store
On Hotel Street, Now JJroiror IIloolc,
Where they will manufacture and sell the FINEST and CHOICE
FRENCH AND HOlE-KiADE CANDIES !
Fresh Candies made every day.
An Elegant Assoitment of FANCY CANDY & BON-BON,
BOXES & NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all kinds served from the most unique sod.i fountain in the city.
Candies carefully packed for shipment to the other IslanUs.jKB
:WHOLE-ALE Ss, KSS'X'VIL:
Ring! Ring!! Keep on Ringing and call at
Royal Insurance Company,
Accumulation ol Funds, - $28,G02,205.00
Fire rhks taken at current r ups and
settlement made in Honolulu.
JOHN S. WALKER,
july 2li 88-ly
Union Fire & Win Itte
Insurance Company of N. I
Capital, $2,000,000; Unlimited LiabHty.
Fire and Marine rihks taken at cut rent
rates and settlement made in Honolulu.
Insurance Co, of San Francisco.
Marine risks on Hulls Cargoes, Freights
and Commissions at current rates
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
General Insurance Company.
Marine risks on Hulls, Cargoes, Freight
nnd Commissions at current rates.
JOHN. S. WALKER, Agent.
July 20 85-ly
Drs. BRODIE & WOOD,
81 Berotanla Mtrcot.
10 to 11 A. M.,
1) to 5:80 f. m.
8 to 10 A. M.
1 to !l i: m.,
7 to 8 r. m.
Per "W. S. Bowne," a fresh supply of
Hay & Grain,
Aho, a lot of
For Balo at Low Pi ices.
JOHN F. COLBDI & CO.
THE ONLY PAPER
X classes "The Daily Bullotln.'
vuuid jiur lueauu
Wasliinglon Irviug Bishop !
Will, by request, cive an exhibition of
hi-s powers in
Saturday Night, July 28, '88,
At 7 o'clock p. m.
-A.rMiisxorf, so cents.
t3Ticket obtainable at the door.-J
Proceeds will bo devoted
For Tahiti, Tuamotu and Marquesas
Groups & Pitcairu Island.
Tho Adventist Mission Schooner
Will sail for
places on or
Next Tuesday, at noon,
CSfFor freight, passage or other in.
formation apply to the Captain on board
or to J. A. CUDNEY,
At Mr. N. F. Burgess' residence, Bere
tania street. 09 2w
Steamship Comp y
FOR SAN FItANOISCO,
Tho Al Steamship
Will havo Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, July 31st,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IB7WIN & CO., Agents.
Sanders' Baggage Express Go.
F. I. CUTTER, Propriolora.
Ofllce, 84 King blrcet, Telephone No 80.
Residence I elcphone No 201.
CSoji'l DExji rcHSlnit Sfc m-jvylnir
Piano and Furniture moving a specialty.
Wagons meet all incoming steamers.