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Omer. Watch Wokxs,
Honolulu, II. I., July 27, 18S8.
Holders of water pihilegcs or
those paying water uUes are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are
from G to S o'clock a. m and from
4 to 0 o'clock i'. m.
C1IAS. U. WILSON,
Approved: L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Intciior.
Superintendent Water Works.
BISHOP & Co.. BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Ii'Wnds
Draw Exchange on the
Bank oi CnUiorntu, !3. IT.
And their agonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, H0,'-G KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Hothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Ckrlstchurch, and Wcl''nstoii,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic.
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Gtnoral BankUy iUisiujS'.
Pledged to neither Sect tier Party,
But established for the bcivfit of all.
SATTRDAY, JULY JS, 1888.
THE CITY IN SAMJESS.
The death of tlie I on. S. G.
Wilder is sin event of in'.ional con
cern. Scarcely anyone i i the land
could have departed this life, leav
ing so many utul so deep-felt regrets
behind. Although it had been pretty
generally understood for several
days past that there v;n3 not the
slightest ground of hope for the
afllictcd gentleman's recovery, the
announcement of his demise, be
tween 7 and 8 o'clock this morning,
produced a sudden gloom among all
classes of the community. The
whole town has worn an aspect of
sadness throughout the day. Every
body bears the impress of a sense of
loss. The nation mourns the de
parture of one who has done more
for the advancement of the country
than any other citizen one whose
place it will be hard to f.ll. He has
passed into the unseen world ; we
mourn his departure ; wo feel our
DO THE FACTS AND ARGUMENTS
In the discussion in the Legisla
ture on the item in the Appropria
tion Bill for extending the electric
light system, to include the lighting
of private residences, etc., it was
held by the Ministers that by the
Government undertaking such works
the cost of supply would be cheap
ened to the people. An argument
of this particular nature, if accepted
as valid and true, naturally makes
the proposition popular, and the
'Ministers who used it well knew
that, otherwise they probably would
not have , adduced it. We con
cede, that on its face it looks like a
reasonable argument ; for a private
party or company requires to make
a profit from the capital invested,
whereas the Governraeat may lose
sight of this object altogether, and
aim only at paying rurning expen
ses, while supplying a demand. Hut
how does the argument comport
with general facts? It is held by
some writers who have studied the
question, that the argument is be
lied by the facts, that the Govern
ment production is usu.iily as costly
as, when not more cosily than, the
production of private enterprise
At all events, this point is easily
verified, that a private enterpiise
usually costs less to ni.i than a simi
lar venture conducted by Govern
ment. Here in Honolulu the water
works are Governinenjt property
and we are of opinion that they
should be, for sanitary reasons but
will anybody say wo have cheap
water? Don't think bo.
MONOPOLY ALL THE SAME.
One argument used by persons
who favor the idea of Government
undertaking such private enterprises
as furnishing people with light in
their houses, is that it would pre
vent a monopoly. How, pray? If
tho Government declines to allow
private enterprise to take up tho
Venture, ami reserves the . otitlro
tight of the undertaking to itsolf, is
not n monopoly thereby created, a
It is so strango that some men
cannot understand that a Govern
ment monopoly is just as much a
monopoly as a private monopoly 1
There may, perhaps, bo some good
reasons for preferring a Government
monopoly to a private monopoly,
and there are also some good rea
sons for reversing the order. Gov
ernment monopolies arc no new
thing, and we think the balance of
testimony is in favor of the private
article, where it is a matter of choice
between the two. A private mon
opoly can be restricted, limited, and
regulated by the Government, but
can the Government monopoly be
affected in the same way? Tho
Government is supreme, and the
weak cannot affect the strong as the
strong can affect the weak.
The contention that because the
Government is from the people, the
people can therefore regulate the
Government, is very plausible, but
experience shows the doctrine to be
more a myth than a reality. Really,
what control has the people over our
Government meaning the Executive
and the Legislature at the picsent
time? If this question be met by
the assertion that they (the men
constituting the Government) are
the people's choice and represent
the people, wc venture the opinion,
in reply, that if they now appealed
to their constituencies for re-election,
a large proportion of them
Mould be left out in the cold. In
truth, they follow their own bent,
and concern themselves a very little
about the views of their constitu
encies. Then besides, what control
can the people exercise over the
Government meaning the Execu
tive between the sessions of the
Legislature, pci iod of about twenty
months? None whatever.
It is sheer nonsense lb say that a
monopoly in the hands of Govern
ment is preferable because it can be
controlled by the people. A Gov
ernment monopoly, too, experience
!hows to be the worst kind of a
monopoly, and seldom falls short
of being a tyranny.
A DRUMMER'S EXPtRUNGE.
"mO.M WIII'.XCLCOW'STTHOU, 1'AISU?"
One thing I like about these
"Knights of the Road," is that they
are great fellows lor secret societies.
Most of the drummers belong to
everything that is going, from the
"Grand Knights of the Diamond
Gaiter" down to the "Sons of Tem
perance." I am quite a hand for
all such mysterious tilings myself,
so I get 'olid with all the boys. My
old friend Ciookston called on mc
the other day to see if I needed any
drugs and have a visit. Wc had a
jolly old time.
While we were sitting in the office
a chap came in and wanted to bor
row 82 on account of a remittance
not coming to him as expected. I
toid him my 82 I kept to lend was
in now, being sent in the day before
bv Johnnie Mclntire, but I never
lent it except to drummers. He
said, "Thai's me." 1 gave him the
grand hailing sign of the Odd Eel
lows, which he tumbled to. Then
came the great "hail in the sooth
grip of a Pylhonic." lie tumbled.
Then Crook gave him the G. 13. of
the Sons of Malta. He was on to
it. Then I tipped him tlie hair
poker signal of a good Tippler. lie
smiled and said, "O. K." This is
chemical term meaning "water."
Then Crook stuck out his hand and
gave him tlie 1. D. Q. sign of a
Arch Brick Mason. lie "got tliar"
on that. Then Crookston examined
him as follows, to make sure he was
"From whence comist thou,
"Erom the Lodge of the Holy St.
"What seek ye here to do?"
"To take a few orders and collect
a bill on Bilson."
"Then you are a drummer?"
"I am so taken and accepted by
all the boys."
"How may I know you to be a
"By my cheek and my fifty-pound
sample case. Try me."
"How will you be tried?"
"By tho square."
"Why by the squaro?"
"Because tlie square is a magis
trate and nn emblem of stupidity."
"Where were you first prepared
to bo a drummer?"
"In my mind."
"In a printing ofllco, adjoining a
regular post of ilrummeis."
"How were you prepared?"
"By being divested of my last
cent, my cheek rubbed down with
a brick, a bunion plaster over each
eye, and a heavy sample case in
each hand. In this fix 1 was con
ducted to the door ot the post."
"How did you know it was a door
"By first stepping into a coal
scuttle, and afterwards bumping my
head on the door knob."
"How gained you admission?"
"By benefit of my cheek,"
"I-Tnd you tho required chcekr'
"I had not, but Bears had in hie
"How were you received?"
"On tho sharp toe of a boot, ap
plied to my natural trousers."
"What did this teach you?"
"Not to fool around too much."
"What happened next?"
"I was set down on a cake of ice
atid asked if 1 put my tni9t in mer
"NoLif I know myself, I don't."
"How were you next handled?"
"I was put straddle of a goat,
made 2x1, and trotted nine times
around the room by four worthy
brothers, and then brought in front
of the left power for further instruc
tions." "How did he instruct you?"
"To approach a customer in three
upright regular steps with my busi
ness caul extended at right angles,
my arms forming a perfect square."
"How was you then disposed?"
"I was again seated on a cake of
ice in front of a dry goods box and
made to take the following horrible
and binding oath:
"1, Charles S. Bobinson, do here
on and herein most everlastingly
and diabolically swear by the Great
Hob Tail Flush that I will never rc
vc.il and always steal all the trade
secicls I can for the use and benefit
of this most August Order. And I
further swear by the Bald Headed
Jack of Clubs, that I will never give,
carve, make, hold, take or cut prices
below the regular rates. And I fur
ther swear by the Pipers that played
before Moses, to never have any
commercial dealings witli any man
or his wife, sister, grandmother, old
maid aunt or uncles, unless they,
he, she or it is sound on the goose.
Binding myself under no other
penalty than to have my gripsack
slit from top to bottom, my dirty
shirt and socks taken out and my
reputation removed and buried in
the river at Pearl street bridge,
where the Salvation Army ebbs and
Hows every two and one-half hours.
So help me Bob Ingersoll, and keep
mc in backbone."
"1 was then asked what I most
"What was your reply?"
"What did you then behold?"
"A copy of Duncan & Co.'s re
pot ts open at chapter 'Muskegon.'
Upon the open book rested a p.iir of
ding scales, in one of which reposed
ten pounds of concentrated lye, and
in the other sat a small silver jack
ass." . "What did this emblem signifv?"
"The scalcs'indicatcd the balance
between debtor and creditor. The
other emblems repicsented lie
abilities and assets of bankrupts."
"Did this teach you any lesson?"
"You bet: It taught me the fact
that the former are generally so al
mighty much better than the lat
ter." "Shake, brother. Will
you be off or from?"
"Both, if I can borrow money
enough to get out of town on."
"Have you any cigars?"
"Give 'em to me."
"I did not so receive 'em ; neither
will I so impart 'em."
"How will j'ou dispose of 'em?"
"On sixty days time, ora per
cent cash f. o. b."
"All right, begin."
"No, begin you.'
"Nn, vuu beuin."
"'Up 'Em Set.'"
"Set 'em up."
"The words and sign are right.
Brother Crooks he i3 a yard wide
and all wool, and you can bet on
"Brother Crookston and I each
lent the chap So and be left with
many thanks and kind wishes.
"Now, you can see by this what
a help it is to a feller when he gets
dead broke among strangers to have
these little tilings to fall back on."
C A. Gospel Praise Service
. si. Come aud bring a friend
at 0 :3U v
ICawaiahao Ciiuiicii. llev. II. II.
I'm Lei, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Pleaching at 11 A. M.
Qurr.K Emma Hal'. Gospel and
song service for llawalians who speak
English at atS i w. Good ringing.
SUoi l talks. Everybody welcome.
Jai'am:sr S?j:kvici: : Gospel and
Sou;; Servleis at 11 a. ji.; lilblo Class
7:!i0 1 Ji., in the Japanese Y. M O. A.
Room, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
ttuctania and Niiuauu sheets.
Ci'.s'ritAi. Union Oiiuncu. Hoy. E.
G. UccLwitli, I). 1)., pastor. Sunday
H'hool and Bible eliib-i ut 0:13 a. ji.
bin vices at 11 a. ji., and , :S0 r, m.
Kaumakapit i Ciiritcii. Wniuinuu,
pastor. Services at eleven a.m.
JtOMAN G'ATIlOMO CATTIKimAL.
0 and 7 a. ji.. low niiiis with Holy i oin
liiiiiiion. en Ices in Engl ah at 7 a.
Ji.;andat 10 A. ji., high mass, with
t-fiiiion cither in Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to tho
three principal dilteieut nationalities of
the chinch; 2 i ji., rosary and cate
tixiu; -li.'iO p. ji., instruction and bcncr
diction of Ihc Ules&cd Sacrament,
Cjiinksi: Ciiuitcii.-xl'ort street, near
corner Beretanla. Mr, Kong Shul Kco
evangelist, t hineso Sunday bchool,
ti -.;!() a. ji. Chinese and English Sim
day School, 2:ao i ji. Preaching 11
A. ji. and 7:110 v. si. Bible class in
ChUiej-u Y. 31. 0. A. Will, 0 :30 V. M.
ST. ASWtKW'a OATIIKDItAI.. First
congregation will have fecrvlee at 0:30
and 0:30 a. in.
Hawaiian Evensong at 0:30 p. m.
Evening prayer wiih rci-uiou at 0
o'clock p, in.
t econd I ongregatlon ltcv. Geo.
Wallace, pastor. Sunday School at )0
a. m. Evening prayer with ser-
Chlticro Congregation, U,qv, H. H,
Gowon in ohaiRO. Morning prayer,
with sermon at 11:16 a. m. Sunday
school nt 10 a. m. Evening prayer, with
hernioii, at 7:30 p. M.
On tho opening of tho Police Coart
nt9:30 o'clock this morning, thora
being piesont : A. S. Hnrtwell, A. P.
Peterson, W. A. Whiting. V. V. Ash
ford, J. L. Kuiilukou, C. L. Hopkins,
and other members of the bar and
officers of tho Court. Mr. Hnrtwell
moved that the Court adjourn out
of lespeet to and in memory of the
late Hon. S. G. Wilder. Wheioupon
the Couil declined all business sus
pended for the day in accordnacc
with the sentiment expressed in the
A GOLD Pin, 8 pieces, plain mono,
gram on bnr with two pieces pen.
dantj engraved on one side and mono,
gram with black enamel on the other
side Tho Pin has been traced but no
questions will be asked, and a reward
will lie pnld if ret ined immediately to
J. F. Noble, Bulletin Ofllcc. 05 4t
Notice to Shippers.
'TMIE schooner "Waiohu"
JL will leave Honolulu on
&lWl$.7 .ii un i7.ii iiij.vi , .iuiy cum,
33SkS for Kuan und Malik", aud
hereafter will run regularly between
thu above port. For ti eight or p-isiage
apply to the Captain on Inlaid. 05 lm
Liress & Car.
JL iiaee Company. Tele-
plumes: Mutual, 5ir;Hell
If,'.). Stand: Cornel of Net lid and King
street All oidcri piomptly attended to.
V bite Bros' Cement (full wc'ghi).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. ftiACFARLANE & CO.
German Woman a situation ns
out;. Apply ai tnis cilice, oi lw
Best brr.nds, in (i, 7, 8 and !) ft. lengths.
In quantities to suit at lowest market
G. W. ftlACFARLANE & CO.
A YOUNG 12njj Miman is in wnnt of
a situation as Bookkeeper, CVhicr
or General Clerk Has bad nine yeais
experience in a steamship ollice. Char
ne'er and ability vouelud for. Addles
"P. O. liox 410." H.l lm
On arrival of "S. S. Zealnmlia,"
Or later, tin re will be
Given by the Famou
Ou their way to Australia.
t'Box plan opens at A M. Hewett's,
Merchant street, at 10 o'clock, Wed.
nsilay morning, Argu-tlit.
SI o'uld lucre be no peiformnuce the
managuiiHiit will refund tbo m noy the
morning alter the stonier depur.s.
Drs. BRODIE & WOOD,
81 Jttorotnnla Htrcot.
10 to 11 A. If.,
i! to 5:S0 r. M.
8 to 10 A. M.,
1 to 3 r. m.,
7 lo 8 r. m.
Per "W. S. IJowne," a fresh supply of
Br B.Q S a
Also, a lot of
S perry's Flour, ri&X.
For Sale at Low Pi ices.
JOHN F. COLBDRN & CO,,
03 Quoon Street. lw
Sanders' Baggage Express Co.
M. NTsANDERSn roorlolors.
F. I. CUTTEfl, iroprioiors.
Office, U King street, Telephone No, SO.
Residence 1 elephnno No 203.
Gen'l OExprcBslnnr t Iruylno:
Piano and Furniture moving a specialty.
Wagons meet all incoming stcainera.
OWING to many inquiries wo wish
to btnto that tho business of ''The
Elite Ice Crcnin Parlors" and "Tho Now
Candy Factory will bo carried on as
heretofore in llrst-class style by
HART & CO.
Honolulu, July 84, 188S. 01 lw
THE Hawaiinn Business Agency is
duly authorized to collect all of
my accounts and receipt forsnmp in my
name. A. M. HEWETT.
Honolulu, July 20, 188. Ot Hi
DURING my absence fiom Ihc King,
dom, Col. W. F. Allen will net for
inn in all business matters under u full
power of attorney.
0. E. BOARDMAN.
Honolulu, July 27, 1888. 01 lw
''piIE Hawaiian Fruit
& Tmo Com.
jl pany, oi wniiuuu.
piimitiMMi an ino ugut, tine ana in.
terest of His Majesty in the Aldcn Fruii
ifc Taro Company, will carry on tlie
snme ni.d supply tbo best of Turo Flour
W. II. DAXFELS,
Honolulu, July 18, 18S8. 0 2w
AT a meptinc of tlie sliaieholdcrs of
the Waiohinu Agricultural &
Grazlnc Company, held m Honolulu,
July 10, 1888, tho following officers
weie elected for the ensuing year:
John Ena President,
0. P. Iaukea &
T. II. S. M.irtin Manager,
Uouul or Directors J. Ena, U.P,
Iaukea, J. II. b Martin nd J. Kau
luine. C. P. IAUKEA,
Honolulu, July 18, 1888. 98 lw
AT the adjournal annual mooting of
the stockholder! of the Recipro
city Sugar t'o. held July 21st, the fol
lowing oSlccrs weie elected for the en
suing year, viz:
J. S. Walker President,
W. It. Castle Vice.Presidfiit,
E. I. Spalding. secretary & Auditor,
W. G. Irwin Treasurer.
Directors G. W. Macfarlnne, E. D.
Tcnney, W. H. Cummina, J. D. Holt,
W. II. Daniels.
E. I. SPALDING,
04 2t Seci etary.
MUSIC furnished for Imllp, paitics
and serenades by Palmer's S ring
Hand Orders left at "C. E. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone 33(1. 7-1 if
TVTEITHER tlie Captn
1 ot l5rilMii-liip"(
lam nor tho Acents
responsible for any debts contracted by
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
01 3t Agents.
COTTAGE of 3 or 4
rooms, lurnished for
hou'ekei'ping; ten minims'
walk fiom Posl.offlre Apply
01 lw Nuuunu stieet.
THE Fire Proof Brick
Building, No. 58 Nuu
anu street, with Lot in rear
of dame, at present rccupied by McLean
Bros. For particulars inquire on the
premises. OS 2w
TUB premises of Mr. R.
More, coiner of Piikoi
i and Bereiania streets. For
particulars enquire at
E. MORE & CO.,
00 tf King street.
rpHK premise? known as
I A Binecr's Bakery, includ
ing bakery, store, A cottnges,
etc., for a term of years on easy terms
to a good tenant. Apply to Mr. O.
Brown, or T. W Rawlins, at the Ha.
waiiiin Soap Works. 84 tf
COTTAGE TO LET
ONLllilin street. Rent, 1S
per month. Apply to
97 2w M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.
FOR SALE or LET
THE Houfio and Lot on
Bcietania Btrrot next to
Mr. John Eua's on tho wctt;
largo lot runs from BercUnia to Young
Btrcct. Houbo contains parlor, dining
room, three large bedroom', kitchen
bath-room and out-houieB Inquire of
01 tf W. 0. WILDER.
H. C. CRABBE,
DEALER IN HAY and GRAIN
81 King Street, opposite tho Old Station
Mutual rJ7clcpliouo No.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
huvo just received ev AUhtrnlia
another lot of that PHILADELPHIA
LAGER BELR in kega, whlnh they
are offering to their customers. 02 lw
Just Received Ex. "Australia,"
A LARGE INVOIOE OF
Children's Clothing ! Children's Cloihing !
Cassimeres, Cheviots & Worsteds I
Sizes.from 1 to 15 years, direct from East. Also a full lino of
To which I call attention of the public.
ON MONDAY, JULY 30th, 1888,
At 4 o'clock p. M.,
FARE Round trip which
'f Steamship Company.
Ring up the fjiiriics & ftrntlemun oi' Blniiolulu!
Itius np Hi? itoyx & iI!!
Ring np the linbicn!!!
Ring up Everybody all over Hr.wiiii Kei!!!!
Toll 'Em All, Mint
HAVE OPENED THEIR
if Canfly Factory I Eiept Candy Store
On Hotel Street, New Jj rower Bloelc,
Where they will manufacture aud sell the FINEST and CHOICE
FRENCH AND H0ME-1ADE CANDIES !
Fresli Candies made every day.
An Elegant Assortment of FANCY CANDY & BON-BON,
BOXES & NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all kinds served from the most unique fcOda fountain in tho city.
"Candies carefully packed fur i-liipment to the other Islands.
-.WIlOLEALlil J4& KJET AIL :
Ring! Ring II Keep on Ringing and call at
Royal Insurance Company,
Accumulation ol Funds, $38,602,205.00
Fire riMcs taken at current rales and
settlement made in Houolulu.
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
July 20 88-ly
Union Firo & JInrine
Insurance Company of N. I
Capital, $2,000,000; Unlimited Liability.
Fire and Marino risks taken at current
rates and icltlemciit mado in Honolulu.
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
Insurance Co, of San Francisco,
Marine risk nn HulN, Cargoo', Freights
and Conuilsinns at cufrint rates
JOHN S. WALKER, Agent.
j ily tf 88.1y
General Insurance Company,
Marino rlfkn on Hulls, Cargoes, Freight
and CqmmiEfiops at cur) cut tales.
JOHN. S. WALKER, Agent.
IF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advnrtli-B It in Uio Daii.v Riim.ktin,
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
includes all expciis-os FARE
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN McLAIN his removed his
Blacksmiililng Establishment to
Fort street, opposite Hopper's Mill,
wliere he will ho glud to see his old
friends and new ones. 78 lm
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, July 3 1st,
For Freight or Fassngo, apply to
WM, Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For. Tahiti, Tuamoiu and Marquesas
Groups & Pltcaim Island.
The Advcnlist Mission Schooner
Phek Slfe Chapman,"
Captain, : ; A, Loveix.
Will call for tie above places on or
Next Tuesday, at noon,
CSTFor ficicht, pas'-ane or 'other in.
fo'in illon ii ply to tlie Captain on board
or t.. J A- CUDNEY, '
At Mr. N F llutgess' rtslduuee, B le.
tania Btrcct. 09 2w
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