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Ont r. Watiiii Woiiks,
Honolulu, II. 1., .Inly 27, 1888.
lloldois of water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby
notified Hint the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are
from G to 8 o'clock a. m., and from
4 to 0 o'clock p. m.
CIIAS. 15. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved: L. A. TiumsroN,
Jlinistoi of Inteiior.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Buuk oi Gulll'orulu, tei. I
Aud their agonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, Loudon
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Busings'.
-A" I L IS
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, AUG. 21, 1S88.
MORE THAN TWO.
The "Advertiser" says editorially
that every Hawaiian voted against
the segregation bill on its third
reading, except Kauhane and Ka
laukoa, and thinks "these facts"
will not be forgotten at the next
election. The "facts" would per
haps be good facts to remember, if
they were "facts;" but the "facts"
have a strong resemblance to falsi
fications; for the "Advertiser's" re
port of Legislative proceedings gives
the names of at least thice
other Ilawaiians who voted
with the two named Daniels, Ma
guire and Richardson. The report
is correct. The editorial therefore
must be in error. But perhaps the
editor docs not consider these three
gentlemen to be Ilawaiians. Then
what arc they? The' consider
themselves Ilawaiians, and they
have the best of the argument. In
regard to facts to be remembered at
the next election, there are lots of
things which clectois now say they
are going to treasure up until then
facts relating to foreigners as well
as to the natives. Whether the mem
ories of the voters will prove as re
tentive as is at present believed they
will remains to be seen. The next
elections are a long way off, and ex
perience proves that there is not
much dependence to be placed on
promises whose fulfilment is placed
at so remote a distance in the
future. Well, wc shall see; that is,
those who will be on hand at the
A few days ago we had occasion
to commend the Minister of Interior
lor having made a now departure,
in taking preliminary steps to get
certain public work done by con
tract. Wc now regret to record
that the first venture so far should
have proved unsatisfactory to some
parties concerned. Tenders were
invited for filling in and grading
Halekauila and Alakea streets. Ten
ders were to be in the Interior Of
fice by 12 o'clock noon of the 22d
instant. On that day and by that
hour several persons who were de
sirous of contracting for the work
had passed in their bids. Although
the Minister of Interior was exempt
ed by the terms of the advertise
ment from being bound to accept
"tho lowest or any tender," yet it
was naturally understood that there
was a bona fide intention to get the
work done by contract, and that
some one of the bids made withiu
the time specified would be accept
ed. The dissatisfaction alluded to
is oh the ground that although ten
ders were in at tho time fixed, were
opened and their contents known, ?.t
a later hour another tender was
handed in, and this ono was award
ed the contract. This is how the
jnatter has been represented to us,
and on this basis dissatisfaction is
reasonable. It should be said, how
ever, that the late and accepted ton
der is believed to have been prepar
ed within the time named in the
advertisement, ami was entrusted to
n soeond paity, through whoso neg
lecl il failed to reach the Interior
Olllec when due. Mul this cxplnun.
tion affords no satisfaction to the
other tenderers. Any tender failing
to arrive in time, from whatever
cause, should hue been ruled out,
if it was not desired to acute the
suspicion of uiiderhandedness.
Mr. C. A. Biowu sent the Bn.i.K
tin two large watermelons this morn
ing, (the kind he supplies Lewis
& Co. witti) and all hands had n
picnic. The "Devil,"' Engineer
and the "Typos" joined the literary
staff and there was a scattering of
"seeds of kindncsss" all over the
sanctum floor and n flow of wit,
humor and juice down the bosom of
the Heporleis shirt, until there was
nothing left to watch but the Rhine.
Plenty of the same kind of melons
at Lewis A. Co.'s.
Editou Uur.i.irriN : An exhibition
of legislative .lucclcry was given
yesterday afternoon in the House,
while in committee of the whole,
considering tho Election bill. There
were several sections of the bill that
provided for secret balloting refer
red to a select committee, who re
ported back to the House these sev
eral sections so amended and modi
fied, that it makes tho ballot as open as
formerly. The bill with these
amendments was under discussion,
and sections 13, 44 and 45 as
amended by the committee had pass
ed without very much debate. Sec.
40 as amended was' read when a
member moved that the section as
in the bill pass. The motion was
put and carried before a majority of
the committee saw what they had
done. When the chairman an
nounced the vote a howl was raised
against it, and all sorts ot motions
were made and argued. Finally the
chair put the motion to pass the
section as amended by the commit
tee which also passed. The com
mittee then rose and the chairman
reported to the House that the com
mittee had passed section 4G as in
the bill and also as amended by the
committee. Here was a dilemma
which iS'oblc Smith helped the com
mittee out of by moving to accept
the report of the committee except
that part relating to section 40,
which was referred back for further
consideration. This motion carried
and extricated the committee from
the fix that a hasty and thoughtless
vote got them into.
Whether or not tho motion to pass
the section as in tho bill was made
with the intention of confusing the
committee, it certainly had that ef
fect, and to a looker-on seemed also
to provoke considerable animus on
the part of the opponents of the bill.
As was suggested by tho "Adver
tiser" some days ago, the Legisla
ture had better go home and give
the boys a chance. It would indeed
be a stupid lot of boys who would
have been caught as the opponents
of this bill were, and be obliged to
take the humiliating stand, that the
motion was not understood and
It was argued by a Minister in the
House yesterday as an excuse for
tabling a bill which he otherwise
thought worthy of consideration,
that the members were getting tired
and wanted to e;o home. By the
vote of the committee on this sec
tion of the Election bill they de
monstrated that such was the case,
and it will now be in order for them
to go home and report to their
mothers or some other lawful guard
inn, and if they contemplate repre
senting a constituency again let
them during the 18 or 20 months
intervening before another session,
study the wants of the country and
the best and most feasible manner of
developing its resources, so that
when they shall again take their
seats in the Legislative Hall of tho
Kingdom, their minds will be able to
cope with greater questious than the
"height of a fence," or "shooting of
The following tenders were re
ceived at the Interior Department
for the filling in and grading of Ala
pai and Halekauila streets :
J. Alapai $1,15-10 00
W. C. Achi 11,850 00
J. N. Kaiaikawaha 2,903 lii
Harrison & Howell 2,1185 40
T. Graham Gribblc 1,500 -00
Tho contract was awarded to the
ARRIVAL OF THE DIMOND.
The barkentine W. II. Diinond,
Captain K. P. Drew, arrived this
morning, 12A days from San Fran
cisco, with if full cargo of miscella
neous merchandise and ono cabin
passenger. The Diinond made a
straight track down, almost a bee
line, and accomplished more than
half the distance in live days. She
walked away from tho Pacific Coast
with a stiff N. 'NY. breeze ; picked
up the island trades in the usual
place. During tho run ono whole
dolphin and four dolphin heads were
hauled on board with a line. In
the latter case- the fish are said to
have held the water so fast that
their heads were pulled off ! The
Diinond docked near the O. S. S.
wharf, with a powder signal flying.
On tho deck of tho Diinond came a
new foremast for the schooner ISIoi
AVahino. Captain Drew is looking
as well as ever, and is full of funny
stories about traveling wool mer
chants and political badges.
THE ORGAN RECITAL.
The third of the series of Organ
Recitals was given on Thursday
evening, by Mr. Wray Taylor, A.
U., in Ivaumakapih Church,
to a large and appreciative audience
The programme included works by
Dr. Chipp, Batif.le, Dclbruck, Dr.
Sparko and Dr. Tours, each of
which Mr. Taylor played with his
usual skill. Mrs. .1. 11. 1'aty sang
Handel's "Angels ever bright and
fair," with much taste and expres
sion. The programme also con
tained two other organ solos which
were played by Mr. M. II. Jones,
Organist" of the Central Union
Church, and two choruses, sung
by the Honolulu Arion Society,
which were listened to with marked
attention. Princess Liliuokalani
graced the occasion by her pre
sence. It is very gratifying to notice
that these oigan recitals arc becom
ing popular, for they are certainly
worth listening to and an hour pass
ed at these entertainments is not
SIR ROGER TICHBOURNE.
With the re-opening of the famous
Tichbourne case in England there is
more or less interest in any person
who may have been connected with
the real Tichbourne or the claimant.
There is now in Honolulu an indi
vidual who has been living obscurely
in other parts of the islands for
some time, who has confided to a few
aii interesting story, which, if true,
may bo conclusive proof of the
death of Sir Roger. This man
claims to have been with him and to
have buried him on Sydney Island ;
and he tells his story with a simpli
city and apparent veracity which
would bo valuable evidence, lie
contemplates leaving the islands
soon, and it seems a pity tiic British
Government could not induce him
to proceed to Sydney Island in a
war-vessel and there discover and
produce the bones' of Sir Roger from
the grave which he claims he dug.
MESSRS. DODD & "MILLER
1YJL Iiuve just iceuived ov Australia
auothi-r lot of tl-at " PHILADELPHIA.
LAGER UEMl" in kegs, which they
are ollci'in" loilicir customers.
TH1ROM Monday, August 27th, King
JL atiect between the Prison Road
and Liliha street will be closed to trade
till further notice.
H. F. HEBBAKD,
2S 3t Road Supervisor.
A NURSE GIRL for a family rcsid
ing at Waialua. Apply to
.1. E. BROWN & CO.,
27 at Merchant street.
AN adjourned annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Olowalu Sugar
Company will bo held on AVEDNES
DAY, Ausubt 29th, at 11 a. m., at the
ofllce of Mcssis. G. V. Irwin & Co.
(J. O. BERGI3R,
27 td Secretary.
DUIIING my absence from this King
dom my brother Marcus R. Col.
bum will act for me in all matters of
business under lull power of attorney.
JOHN F. COLBURN.
Honolulu. Aug. 28, 1SS3. 27 -It
:or the Volcano !
THE S. S.
Siils for the Volcano on
Rflonday, Aug. 27th,
At -i o'clock i'. ii.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
SUGAR PLANT !
Tho Entire Plant of tho
Is oll'eicd For H do Tho Machinery
is in pei feet working older
and coubist of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complete,
1 Pair of Boilors Gx20,
1 Doublo Effect G and 7 feet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan G feet with Dlako Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Enninc,
Together with tho usual assortment of
Mariners, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
California & Islai lies,
Cane Carls & Uen'l Plantation
Delivery will bo given after next crop
has hi on harvcbtcd, say about July 1,
CSTFor further particulars apply to
Manager Slur Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
Received ex S. S. Australia a full
HAY'S HOP ALE.
Hny'H Acrntctl Hop AIo (Non
Intoxicating) William Hay, Hull.
"This is an excellent JNon-Alcoholic
Hovpiagc, which probably approaches
as near to Beer as Is possible, wltliou'
the presence of alcohol. Our nnalysls
hliowed the presence of the hitter prin
ciple of the Hop in perfect solution."
"It h a nearer approach to Bass's or
AllsoppM Ale than any uon-lnloxicauts
preceding It. Has tho Hop Taste of
Bitter Beer, nnd Is a pleasant appetising
drink." Eastern Morning News.
"Mr. Hay's cxpeiimenlR on Hops have
restdtcd in tho production of a beautiful
essence, which deserves to tank as quite
u pharmaceutical triumph. It mixes
pcifcctly with walor, and has aline Hop
Aroma. Hop Ale made from this
essence has, with tho Hop Flavor, all
tho btight appearance of Champagne.
It fioths remarkably, is a very njiiceable
drink, and suitable either (or summer
or winter." The Chemist &, Druggist.
"A beautiful essence, lias a line Hop
Aroma, and is quiio a pharmaceutical
triumph "The Chemist & Diuggist.
"Hny'H Hop Ale. This is as ex.
ccllent 'non-alcoholic beverage" Tho
"Has the Hop Taste of Hitler Beer,
and i3 a nearer approach lo Bass or
Allsopn's Alo than any nou.intoxicants
preceding it." Eastern
I'm Morning News.
J. E.BROWN & CO.,
28J 23 Merchant Street. 2w
N intelligent Boy, residing with his
L parents. Inquire at
ELITE IOE CHEAM PAKLOHS.
T?VEKY member of
JJ Killeswill be expicted
at tho Hatlalion Hon, on FJUDAY
EVENING, Aucust 2flih, in Full Dress
Uniform with White Waist Belt.
27 2t MAJOR H. F. JIEIiUARD.
rpHE advertisements for the Honolulu
JL Business Directory aie already
printed, and the .sheets of the alphabe
tical list aie at tho olllec of the under
signed for correction. P.uties wiMiing
their addresses changed may do so until
Monday next, the 2hh im-t.
J. E. BROWX & CO.,
27 2t Agents.
No Lice to Shippers.
jjjKi nPHE schooner "Waiebu"
srSr JL wdll leave Honolulu on
MONDAY NEXT, July 30lh,
for Kuau and Maliko, and
hereafter will run regularly between
tho above ports. For ft eight or passage
apply to the Captain on boaid. 0j lm
FOR SALE or LET
THE House and Lot on
Iicrelanu street next to
Mr. John Ena's on the west;
large lot runs from Bcretania to Young
street. House contains parlor, dining
room, three large bedroom?, kitchen
bath-room and out-houses Inquiic of
91 tf AV". C. WILDER.
THE premises of Mr. R.
More, corner of Piikoi
and Berctania sued. For
particulars enquire at
R. MORE &, CO.,
00 tf King street.
BRICK STORE on Nuuanu
street, fitted with shelv
ing, counters, etc., next to
Kowleiu's corner. Kent very moderate.
Apply to J. E. BROWN & CO.,
23 tf 28 Merchant street.
TTTITT1. llrHtnl i f ill Kul in rim n
!. i "v. v.?"""". """.:
jl ucsuicncc, jormeny oc
cupied by N. F. Burgess, is
offend formic. Lot 100x153. For fur
ther particulars apply to
G. W. BURGESS,
20 2w At Benson, Smith & Co.
rpiIAT Properly on Fort
JL street known as the
'Gymnasium Premises" are
offered for sale on reasonable
terms. Apply to
G. W. BURGESS,
At Ucuson, Smith & Co.
ONE lino Milch Cow,
price, $123. Apply
at the Bullktin Office.
04 8td oaw
PIGS. Intpriro of
At Ouhu College.
Photographic View Albums.
Just the thing for collectors of
complete assortment just received
diiect fiom Now York.
Sizes & Prices.
Intended purchasers will do well to
cxamino this line before purchasing
elsewhere Sizes from SU by 4.f to
10?f by VMi. For Sale ouly by the
Hawaiian News Co.
Of the Occidental & Oriental Steamship
Co. will sail for tho above
ports on or about
August 27, 1888.
VSPVor Freight or Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
22 tf Agents.
For San Francisco !
The Now and Fine American
A. H. 1aui..
Will sail for tho above poll on or about
C3T Cabin accommodations superior.
For fi eights or passage apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO..
23 tf Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Aug. 28,
For Fieight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Sewed pr " Australia,"
Two Ltrgo Refrigerators, con
tabling Grapes, Pears,
JEie., Etc., Etc.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET
King Htrcct, llonolnln. t
ME. A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Purpose leaving for the Coast in
October prior to which he
oilers the whole of his
Handsomely Assorted Stock 1
Do not be u'armed that you will not be
ublc toriuichasc in Honolulu a Hand
pome Christinas Present as in San
Franchco for Mr. Howett is going to
s-eleot such a stock ns will suit the most
fastideous and surprise our little city.
KayAll parties now indebted lo hirn
are respectfully requested to make
Immediate fettlement. 19 2m
(TUB ONLY JIEMAI1I.E 11I.OOD I'lmiFIKll.)
A Specific for
Horofula, Malt Itliemii,
Neuralgia, Itlnir lVorl"i
And all other Skin & Blood Diseases,
It Regulates the
livex Sz KZidlneys
Cures Indigestion, nnd all Diseases
arising from an enfeebled con
dition of tho system.
Dr. Mnrtlnc, of London, the colehrated
specialist, says of PARDEE'S REMEDY:
"I liavo uBid It for twenty years for
Blood Diseases, such as Bcrofular, Salt
Rueuin, Tetter and Cancer, and I cannot
recommend It loo highly.
Tho Hev. Dr. Thomas, of Hone Kong,
China, says: "PARDEE'S REMEDY is a
wonderful medicine for tho blood. I
have prescribed it hundreds of limes for
leprosy, and, when given in time it
always cured the patient. I can safely
hat leprosy will never break out on
persons who take I'Allutt'ti ittMtUY
regularly, and I advise all persons )iv
Ing in countries whero leptopy is pre
valent to IHICO I'AHUht'S IttMtUY
8r"For Salo by all Druggists In Honolulu.
MUBIO furnished for halls, paitles
and serenades by Palmer's String
(l.r n-i I. iff n il 111 IV 1 I I , n 11, (.
or ring up Mutual Telephone 330
UiUttD 1WI l.W J ..4. II ..M...iJ ,
Jean, Mnsook, Linen, CaiitoiiMnel ;i!iil Flannelette.
jEWSomething New and Smlable for this Ulinuile.jRj
On Account of i
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush it Leather; Bisque, Glass & Parian Ware, Opera it
Marino Glasses, Telescopes,
VXiisic Boxes, Toys, Books, AJ.loiiis,
And other things too numerous to mention. All the above
Goodb will be offered at the
LOWEST PEIGES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
Tho above Goods arc Now,
been imported ex recent arrivals mid
rs open Esvisiviisros -a
lOO lToi-t. Street, Honolulu.
EST BARGAINS "S
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices ihan ever before. Now invoice of
ELF-HARDWARB, PLOWS mill MERCHANDISE.
INoveltieH unci Xsmcy Gi-ootlw, In i.i.i-je Vnrioly.
Portland Cement I
White Bros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest mm l,i t lute.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
FRANK J. & KRUGER,
Practical Watchmaker & Bepairer.
Good work guaranteed. At present
located at S. KolIi'b tailor shop.
NEW GOODS !
The underbigncd calls ihe attention of
the public to
New Lines of Goods
Just received ex late arrivals,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
llano Hull aOO(lH, NovcIh,
Bound Story Books
Phrase Book k Dictioiry.
FRENCH NOVELS !
A complete lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery 1
Together with ovcrylhlnc to ho found in
a well-appointed btationery ttoro.
OS-INSPECTIQN IS INVITED-XS5B
A. M. HEWETT,
CG Merchant Street. Jim
Mil. J. M. Cainara, Jr., is authorized
to collect for our account. Spe
cial attention given to Portuguese out
standings, J. E. BROWN & CO.,
'(5 tf 28 Merchant street.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertise it in tho Daily Bulletin.
awnriraawMiifi tmrrTTifi'T wfm
28 - 88 lm
Fret.li and of the Latest Desicn, havinc
wt'io selected expressly for the trade.
! Corrugated Roofing !
Best brands, in (i, 7, 8 and 0 ft. lengths.
la quantities to suit at lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
V. G. FACERROOS,
Practical IVatt'Iimalcfr &. Jeweler, $
Has removed tu
Late Wm. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
jGSatisfaetioli guaranteed or money
reloaded. 21 2in
Honolulu Business College,
74 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BENNETT, - - Principal.
In all its branches.
Ky-For particulars address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
74 Hotel St , or Graenhalgh's Book,
store, 100 FoitSt.
Mulual, 282t&uTELEPH0NEfia-Boll) 30
Best Crown Ihanil.
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feot Lengths
Just landed Ux, Ship "Cockennouth"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, f,00 Bbls. AVliito Bros.'
At the Lowest Market Rates.
WILDER & CO.
V-fttiflW. zm&i&imMffiss, ''"gfLini,- .i4 ,