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The itiuloisigned Hoard of Inspeo
torn nppoii tctl to iej:istor voters for
Nobles in the Distiiet of Honolulu,
will bo in session nt the nlHco of Mi.
M. 1). JlonbiUiut fiom 2 to 1 1. i.
on Wednesday, Annual loth, nnil
Snt unlay, August I.Hth, and at the
olliuo of Dr. C. 'P. Hodges fiom to
8 i'. M. on t lie evening- of the wune
Only those jieihons who tue en
titled to vote for Nobles and who
were not so legistoied at the last
election need present tlieinsohes.
C. T. R01X5EIIS,
.!. M. KANEAKUA,
M. H. jrONSAUKAT,
18 lw Inspectors.
Orrici: Waujii Wohkb,
Honolulu, II. 1., July 27, 1SSS. J
Holders of water niivilcges or
those paying water r.itcs arc hcieby
notified that the hours for using
water for ungating purposes uic
from 0 to S o'clock a. m., and from
d to (5 o'clock p. m.
UJ1AS. B. WILSON,
Supciintendenl Wntoi Works.
Appioved : L. A. Tnuitsiox,
Minister of Inteiior.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian ! in ic
Ui.iv, IC.u iKuiijc on .1.1
ESUlllf (1 OjlllfOI-liiCV, 3. 1
A-iul their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONU KONG.
Messrs. N. .M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial IJnnlc Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and 1'ortland, Or.
Transact a Gmcal Banking Biisiueu?.
X1 ix sn
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1888.
FAILURE AND DISAPPOINTMENT.
This morning's "Advertiser" is
somewhat racy. It is rather to our
taste. If it keeps on in the same
course it will create a suspicion that
it is not "in accord." The Legis
lature is handled with an unusual
degree of irreverence, and eluded
for wasting its precious time on tri
fles, to the neglect of important and
imperative measures which the pub
lic good demands. We Notild not
mollify the effect of the castigation
one bit, but prefer latlier to heap on
the coals and keep the pot boiling.
They deserve it all.
Great expectations centred in this
Reform Legislature. The elections
were a perfect triumph. Reformers
weic chosen all over the country,
and the very ones put forward by
organised bodies of reformers.
When the returns came in from all
the islands a shout of glory went up
from the capital city. What a body
of men had been selected to
straighten out the crooked affairs of
the nation, and to enact legislation
thai would make the people content
ed and happy 1 Their honesty and
ability were both unquestionable.
One elderly gcutlcumu born here in
formed us that he had never seen
such an able Legislature in the king
dom. All eyes were turned to this
remarkable collection of law-makers.
They uiel in extra session, and cov
ered themselves with glory by os
tentatiously butting their wooden
heads against the Reform Constitu
tion. They have now been between
two and three months in the tegular
session, and what have they done V
"Wo do not deny the fact that a
majority of the members have woik
cd hard and vigorously thioughout
the session, on committees and
otherwise. The number and volu
minousness of leports, and the va
riety and niassiveness of bills are
appalling. The amount of matter
made for the printer is really as
tounding. Talk about Gibson's
timel The present totally eclipses
every period of the past. Hut after
all, what has been accomplished? In
the line of useful legislation for the
public good, a very little indeed.
Like a horso in n puddling niaehino,
there his foecu a iilonty of motion
CSygSaSXUaa jgi.uaM .J,iIiWW.i agataiwaBiagwtWMUjBLr. ti?MJaaUyaBggsosgsaaM
wilhoul progression. Tinio lm? been
frittered avay in Ihu House over n
lol of little lidlhviiikltig mailers,
while the weightier ones have been
neglected, with "all the carelessness
ami inipiovlilenec of children," as
tho "Advertiser" says. Jn short,
the session has been n failuro ami a
disappointment, and the personnel
of Ihu House very nearly amounts
to the Bamc thing-. A few capable
men are buulencd with a number of
ninnies, who, as one honoiahle gen
tleman said, are III for nothing bill
to move the previous question. 11
is now in order for the electors to
hang their haips upon the nearest
tices they can llnd, ami sit by the
livtilclsthnl inn fiom the mountains
(o the sea, and weep their very eyes
away, on account of the neclcct of
their interests by their chosen le
prcscntalivcs. GIN IN POLITICS.
Eturon HuM.r.Tix: In your issue
of the luth insl., the Attorney-General
is reported to have let out as
"If we arc at the mercy of the gin
interest, let us know it ; the sooner
the better for all hands. He was
against the Irallic on principal. If
allowed to exist it would invade the
politics of this country as il lias
done in others."
Will Jlr. Ashfonl over his own
signature, or on the lloor of the
House, deny having directly or indi
lectly used spirituous liquors in the
district of Waimea, Kauai, for elec
tion purposes, dining the months of
January and February, 18SG,- when
running as a candidate for the
House of ' Representatives. If he
has been convcited since that date,
it might be inteicsting to know what
influences brought about such a
ladical change in his code of poli
tical morality. Consistkxcv.
A USE FOR THEM.
KniTon Rn.i.r.Tix: Allow nic to
express my unqualified approval of
your strictures on the "special com
mittee" lefcrred to in your editorial
of last evening.
The perceptive mind has long
since recognized the fact that ani
mals of that breed are as incongru
ously placed in the human family,
as a brace of squawking capons in a
colony of owls. Let them therefore
be withdrawn lrom circulation. Let
the places thai have declined to
know them be bothered no more.
Let gimlet holes be bored about
their cars, whence the aqueous lim
pidity of their thinking machines
may trickle f oi tli to be bottled up
for chemical destruction and let the
spaces be refilled with bran. In
this event they might become prac
tically valuable as hitching posts
an achievement of usefulness which
their present cranial condition de
nies tlicm the remotest possibility of
DIHI1ER AT THE PALACE.
Last evening, His Majesty the
King gave a dinner at Iolani 1'alace,
in honor of the Captain and Ollicers
of the U. b. S. Omaha.
Those piescnt on this occasion
were, Capt. Y. V. McNair, Lieut.
Chas. A. Foster and Dr. Geo. 12.
Hush of the U. S. fci. Omaha; His
Excellency Governor Dominis, lions.
II. A. Widemann and G. W. Mac
farlane, Col. C. 1'. Iaukea, II. I.
Chamberlain, Mr. V. P. Hastings,
U. (S. Vice Consul-Gcneral, Messrs.
F. S. Pratt, John Ena, F. M. Hatch,
Paul Neumann and "W. W. Rcisen
The major pail of the goods for
the evening auction sale lo be held
to-morrow night by Mr. Jas. F.
Morgan, have been on exhibition
this afternoon, and have attracted
quite a huge number of people.
The goods to he offered include
almost every aiticle for household
use, from the most substantial piece
of furniture down to the daintiest
bric-a-brac. A particularly fine lino
of rugs arc displayed about the
walls, and among the dry goods arc
lo be found almost everything that
could be wished for in that line.
Great credit is due to Mr. Morgan
and his assistants for the cry artis
tic and effective arrangement of the
As many of the goods will be sold
to close consignments llicro will be
lots of opportunities for bargains.
Mr. Farnsworth's house on Kinau
street was burglarised last night, by
two kanakas. Petty stealing has
been carried on in that neighbor
hood of lato and last night Mr.
Farnswoith's Chinese cook saw the
parties who probably have been
doing all the mischief. Mr. Farns
worth, who has been working like a
beaver on the Kleu's boiler for tho
past several days, blcpt o sound by
last night that he did not hear a
man get in the bath-room window,
which is (1 or H feet from tho ground.
Neither did he hear this person open
the outer door from the inside, and
let iu a second parly. Hut when his
cook camo home after tho Chinese
theatre was over, and shouted "haul
in," on discovery of the robbers,
Mr. Farnswoith got out of bed just
iu time to bo too lato to get a shot
al the fellows. The burglars got
away with a few trinkets and a few
dollars, which tho owner would not
care ;nuch about if thoy would re
turn tho keys thoy took.
We are glad lo nolo thai this lit
tle sheet has improved. There is
more solid matter and less poetical
diffusion. By its lone we class it
aiming the "kicKois."' Those will
lose a Ileal who fail to buy the issue
A son of Mr. .1. Ivua, deputy
clerk for the Marshal, a lad of l.'i
yonrs,'aeeidcntnlly shot himself at
i'nwaa this morning, lie was gun
ning after inynah birds, and it ap
pears that he was pulling the shot
gun towards him by the muzzle when
it discharged. The shot entered
his left shoulder. He was taken in
a hack lo the. Queen's Hospital,
where lie now is. The wound was
not very dangerous, and speedy ic
coiery is expected.
Thirty years ;ieo to-day the bunk
ing hoiisc of Bishop & Co., was
founded. Starting at the little olllcc,
now occupied, by Alex. J. Cart
wright, Kq.. corner of Kaahuinanu
and Queen streets, the bank gradual
ly grew lo its present eminence In
187."i, Mr. .1. II. 1'aty was admitted
into the firm and in 18S1, Mr. S. M.
Damon, which gentlemen constitute
the present company. The House
has an honorable name and i epila
tion, second to none, at home and
abroad. The Hawaiian Rand cele
brated the oOth anniversary of the
institution by playing a programme
of choice music in front of the bank
ing premises this morning.
The celebration of the fiist anni
versary of the Arion Musical So
ciety, al Park Reach Hotel, yester
day, was a pleasant affair. At 2
o'clock, busses laden with families
started out for the grounds, and at
a o'clock the picnic was in full blast.
Races and games afforded abundant
amusement for all until daik. when
the supper gong was sounded. The
supper prepared by Hart & Co., un
der the supervision of Mr. James
Stcincr, was all that could be de
sired. In the evening dancing and
sii.ging were indulged in. The eve
ning was glorious. Chairs were
scattered about the brilliantly illum
inated grounds, where people sat
and drank the balmy air, also enjoy
ing Rergcr's music and the euphony
of the Arion singers al the same
time. Jollification pi cvailcd through
out, and the affair wound up to
wards midnight with perfect satis
OX account of iho limited p-itionage
of the Nuuami lius, the manage
ment will discontinue the route after
the end of tho present month.
S. I. SHAW,
22 lit Pantheon Stables.
OX August 14lh, 1 Veterinary Uathc
ler. Finder will bo lew aided by
huviiii; it at the office of A. K. llowat,
King sticet. 21 lw
A "WOMAN to take care of a child
and make herself useful, jrood
wages lo.i ieponiblc person.
to 'jn J- oi l street.
ALL bills standing -six months nnd
over, that are not paid by August
2.2nd, will without further notico be
placed.iu the hands of'a collector.
18 lw . Nt S. SACHS.
JJU'EKY member of this Compnny is
li otdeicd 10 appear at the Ainiorv,
7:i!0 o'clock. THIS(Kiiday)KVKN.
1NG, in Pull Ures Unlfoim for inspco.
C. .1. McCAHTHY,
Of the Occidental it Oriental fcteaiuship
Co will sail for the abovo
ports on or about
August 27, 1388.
figjjrFor Fi eight or Passago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
2.' if Agents.
I beg to call the attention of my friends
and tho general public to my
Fine Stock of Goods
Jiint ireeived. A careful Inspection
ill convince you Unit
In my llinu havo never been offered
iu this city.
JQP-Plcaso Civo mo an Early Calhp8
iax mm. bbii st.
T VAN'S BOAT BTJILDma
AY SHOP. Hear of Lucas.' Mill,
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan,
Oil SATURDAY, Aug. 18, '88,
AT l!i O'CLOCK. XOOX.
Al the Old Culom House Wlnrf, Foot
of Nitiiauu sliccts, 1 w ill tell at
tgTTho Wood will bo delhciod tn
pin chasers within the city limits, FHEE
JAS. V. aiOKGAN,
Under inMi actions from Mi'r. 0.
Macfnil&no & Co. 1 will offer ut
Public Auction on
Saturday Evening, Aug, 18tli,
A choice selection of
A ,ft 1?.
u ik- id
In many cases the articles offered
will ha sold wilhout U'mmu in
order to close consignments.
The G )ods to be ollcii'd r.cmpiLo a
Best Ens. Furniture !.
Inlaid & Bl'k Walnut Tables,
Parlor Chairs, Whatnot", Music
Stands, Invalids Commodes,
Willow and Carpet Folding Chairs,
Wall Bi tickets, Etc., Etc.
French Guipure and Lace Curtains,
Soud.ui & iMadias ditto,
Gent's Dressing Gownp,
Victoria and Bishop Lawns !
Fancy Dro-s Stiipes,
India and Uuiniah ins,
Traveling Hugs !
India Linen, Swiss Miirlin and
Swiss Spot, Walcrnioofs, Table
lanon, luiMsn Towels, liatn
bliucts, Etc , Etc., Etc.
-A large line of-
French and English BRIC-A-BRAC I
Dresden, Faience & Chinaware
Flower Vases, Tea Sets, Uuiscuit
Jars, Cabinet Ornaments, French it
English Clocks, Table Cutlery,
Jewel Boxes, Classwaie,
BViusic Boxes, Etc.
Also a choice Hue of
Consisting of v
Oil Paintings, Water Colors,
Steel Engravings in I a few
genuine etchings from the well.
known Art House of Hildeshcimer
& Co., London. Also a line of
CARPETS & RUGS !
Axmliister, Persian, Mecca & Tanjore.
Tho above comprise the choicest so.
leetun of this lino of Goods ever brought
to this market. Abo a small invoice of
DL.aclie.s' 3J"aiis !
Will be olleicd. This lino includes
White & Colored Gauze, handsomely
.mounted and hand painted iu exqiiisito
colors and designs.
&3MT16 Sale will take place at
my Salesroom, commencing at 7:30
JTA& P. MORGAN,
THE LARGECREDIT SALE
At tho Store of
Messrs. H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Has been postponed to
MONDAY, August 20tli, 1888,
At 10 o'clock a. m., when u Largo
"Will be oll'eied.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
MUrJIO furnished for balls, parties
nnd sorenades by Palmer's String
Hand. Orders lelt at 0. 35. Williams1,
or ring up Mutual Telephone 33(1, 74 tf
YOB PRINTING ol ull kindi exc
cuted ut the Daily Bullktih Olllce,
Auction Sates by Lewis J. Levey.
Assign's Mice of Sale !
1") Y order of AV. 0. Parke, Assignee of
J the Estate of A. K. Paloknluhl,
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, I will sell on
On Sniuvdjty, Aug. IS, SS,
AT lO O'Cl.OCIt A. 31.,
All tho right title and Interest of the
said A. K. Palekaluhl and Kahlua hh
wife, being a lite Interest for Ihelr own
Uvea in omt to that piece of land situato
on Hie Ewa sulc oi tue waiKanaiuiii
Urldgc, Honolulu, containing 1 C0.100
acre, nioic or less, together with tho
buildings thereon, to wit:
1 Dwelling House !
Fioutlug School street, and has sixteen
moms, including Kitchen and Bath
tooin, nnd a Stnblo and Carriage House
in the'rear of said Dwelling House, and
ihc Lot is about 22G feet by 275 feet
dcen. And nho all the Goods and
Chattels of the fald A. K. Palekaluhl
now on slid nicmlscs nnd munlioned in
the sOiedulc hcrelnaltei written.
The purchaser or purchasers of the
Houses can rcmovo ilitm at his option
without any hindiancc from the owi.eis
In fee simple of the tald land.
Term aic Cash and dec's at expense
of the p'.ucha'er or purchasers.
For i'nrtliir particulars ciiquiio of W.
C. Park", or lo ibe undersig led.
Schedule hcrelnbcroie reieirid I j:
Front Room 3 pairs Blinds, 8x12; 1G3
Vutumhih Pins, C pairs minds, 10x14; 3
Cans Paint Oil wlih Oil, 1 Carpenter's
Delicti, 5 Caipeu.er's Horses, C empty
Oil Can, 2 Piiint Cans, 3 Brushes, 9
empty Paint Tins, 1 keg 10 Petiniugs
Nail-, 2 kegs 8 runnings Nails, 1 keg 8
Pcnnings Nail, 1 box of old Locks and
Seiews, 1 Lime Brush, 1 China Jug, 2
imply Nail Kegs ' Doors, 1 lot Lumber,
1 loll" Zinc for uiofing, I bundle Hoof
ing ( 1 iu), 2 Lauhahi Mais.
Room in tear ol abovo Room 2 pairs
Uluidh, 1 pair Window Blinds, 1 old
Plane, a do, Ciib Boauls, 1 lot Car.
riiige Huin-u Cover, 1 Basket, 1 empty
lios, a nakliig Pans, 1 empty Tea Cau,
!) Tuin bier-, Tumblers with handles, 7
Whiskey Ulifs-cs, y, doz Bultei Dish. It
bauceis, 0 binall Plates, 0 small Coloicd
Plates, 2 Dinner Plates, tf Pitchers, HI
Plates, 1 Bowl, 1 Tool Chest, -t small
Planes, 2 Saws, 4 Kou Calabashes, 7
common Cilubnshus, 8 empty Boxes, 2
Saddles, 1 Saddle Bag, 1 Saddle Cloth,
t Btiddle, 2 Stool Chairs, 1 Ladder,
Kitchen I Stove, fixed down to the
lioiife;2 Tables, tf Pols, !! larccOvtii
Pans, 0 Chairs, 2 Lanterns, 2 Frying
Pans, 2 empty Trunks with Old News
pipirs. Walkiki rjoom 12 A indow Weight , 1
Clock, 4 empty Boxes, 1 lion Uuilt.tc.ui
with Matirass and Curtain, 1 Chair and
On Ground 1 Hose.
Stable 1 Brake, for breaking horses
in; 1 Coicnil Brake with Harness, 2
Cat riago Lamps and 1 Carriage Horse.
Waikiki Side 1 Stable with 5 rooms, 1
old Harness mid 1 lot Harness and 2 old
Carriage Lamps, 10 emply Barrels, 0
empty Cans, 1 Washboard, 2 colli Hope,
1 old Lantern, 2 cniU Wire, 1 old Step
Undcrmain Building 10 empty Kegs, 11
empty Boxes, 2 empty Bancls and 1 lot
CSyPoition of this Land is leascl to
some 3 Portuguese forCyeais,and there
aie 2 moru years to run of each; rental,
S30 per annum each, making 600 in all
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
V. C. FACERROOS,
rrnetlrnl AVatcliiiinkcr & Jeweler,
Has icmovid to
Late Wm. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
JterSntisfaction guaiantccd or money
refunded. 21 2m
H. J. NOLTE
Has just received a lot of
Pure Manila Cigars !
XOO IPf A. BOX.
The Finest Cigars ever importfd into
2t this Kingdom. Lw
MR. A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Purpose leaving for the Coast in
October prior to which he
oilers the whole of his
Handsomely Assorted Stock !
for Cash !
Do not be alarmed that you will not bo
able to purchase In Honolulu a Hand,
some Christinas Prtsent as in Ban
Francisco for Mr. Hewctt Is going to
select such a btock as will suit the most
fastidcous and biirpiise our little city.
SfiyAll parties now indebted to him
are respectfully requested to make
immediate settlement. 10 2 in
And For Sale at Unusually Low Rates,
WM. J. LEMP'S
ST. LOUIS BEER !
Iu Pints and Quaiie.
W. C, Peacock & Co.
17J Merchant St , Honolulu. Llw
A Miiitii Sacrifice
Jean, Hunk, Lira, uiliiliiicl a! Flannelette.
iGerSoniething New and Suitable for tlm l,linuiU'.Jry
On AoGOiinf of mmmm
&ENTJIIE CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY (I00DS
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush it Leather; Bisque, Glass it Parian Waie, O pent it
Mm inn Glasses, Telescopes,
IMIiiwic DEBoxes, TToy w, 3Soolc, Albums,
And other things too nunu'ious to mention. All tho above
Goods, will be ofleied al the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
gySTTlw above Goods aie New,
been inipoited ex leeent anivals and
S3r CMPJ3IV 3E3rJiJIVIIS"a-S $
W. H. GRAENHALGH
lOO Foi-t Street. Xloisol ulu.
rarN riiamw to mirttrwt nv
&" BARGAINS "a
N H I
Lanrps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever
Novclties jiiul Fiiuey Goods, In JLivfre "Vai-iLy.
Preparatory School for Boys.
The Kamehameha P pmiini School
for Iioys will be Italy tor the .nlmii
slon ot pupils the last Tuesday iu Octo
Only a limited number, between the
ages of 7 and 1J, will be received this
year, and those desiring to enter the
tcliool must make application picvious
to October 1, 1888.
A list of articles to bo furnibhed by
parents will bo situt on application to
Each pupil must bring a medical ccr.
This school is designed to fit hoys foi
the ICamelmmcha School, and will pro.
vide elementary instruction in language,
numbers und music.
The charges for tuition will bu $(!0
per milium, payable in 880 installments
at the beginning of cacli term.
Further infoiniatiou may be obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm MISS C. A. REAMER.
Photographic View Albums.
Just the thing for collectors of
A complete assortment just received
direct fiom New York,
All Sizes & Prices.
Intended purchasers will do well to
examine this lino before purchasing
elsewhere Sizes from iUf by 4'f to
10?I by 13. For Bah. only by the
Hawaiian News Co.
5,000 Pkgs !
Hay, Grain, m & Flour,
Just received per bktno "Sani'l O.
FOR SALE CHEAP
JOHN f, wm k CO.,
28 - 88 lin
Piesb nnd of the Latest Design, having
weio selected expiessly for the trade.
jh nrtr m
Th sttond ytnr of tho Knmchamclm
S l.ool fir P.OJ.S will beein the first
Tuesdiu In Si' t mber, 18S8.
V.im-nl tniuiiig classes will bo pro.
vnhil in Cmpentiy, Printing, Wood,
turning. BlackMiiithing, Plumbing, Sew.
Ing and Stonecuttiiig.
The corps of Teachers consists of
Rev. Win. B. Olcson, Principal ;
Mr. II. S. Townsend, Assistant Prin.
Mr. W. S. Terry, Superintendent of
Mr. Levi Lyman, Miss L. L, Dressier
and Miss M. E. Hillebrand, Assistant ,
This school aims to give "a good cdu.
cation in tho common English blanches,
and also instruction in moials and in
such useful knowledge us may tend to
make good and Iudintiinus men."
The charges are $40 per year, with an
additional charge of "J per year for In. -
Further information may bo obtained
by applying to the Principal,
10 lm REV. WM. H. OLESON.
ComiptBu Iron !
Best Crown Brnnd.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feet LengMiB
Just landed Ex. Ship "Coekcrmouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, fiOO Hbls. White Hros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
WILDER & CO.
While Bros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest market rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
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