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Honolulu. II. I., Julv 27. 1838. I
Holders of water piivileges or
those paying water rates are lieieby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating pin poses are
from 0 to S o'cloel- A. M., and from
4 to 0 o'clock '. at.
CHAS. 11. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Thuuhton,
Minister of Interior.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kxchangc on the
Buulc oi Culllbriiin,, S. IT.
. And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Sun, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Genorsl Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Seet nor Party,
lint established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, AFC!. Ls, LS88.
HHE ELECTRIC LIGHT CONE OUT.
The streets have been in darkness
during the past two or three nights,
and are likely to be for two or three
nights to conic. IMany people have
found fault with the street lighting
by electricity since its inauguration
there is too much glare, the light is
hurtful to the eyes, etc., are expres
sions frequently heard. Now that
a taste of the old daikncss has
come back, through failure of the
light-giving element, the same peo
ple, or at least some of them, com
plain because the lights arc not
aglow. The fact is, we did not know
the utility of the electric light until
we had got, it and then we did not
realize its worth until we bad lost
it. So that one good effect of hav
ing to do without for a while is to
produce appreciation of the boon.
It is expected that the light will
be restored by or before the end of
the week. The cause of the tem
porary cessation was an accident,
which no caie could have prevented.
While the machinery was all in oper
ation, driven by the turbine wheel,
the casing of that wheel, which con
fines the water, parted without warn
ing, and at a place where no Haw
was apparent. The Honolulu Iron
Works are engaged restoring the
broken pait, and expect to be
through in a day or two.
The Interior man votes for the in
definite postponement of civil ser
The Finance man proposes to in
definitely postpone tax 15eform.
A Looker-on in Viunna.
Eorron Bulletin: If the well
written and truthful aiticle about
the acquisitiveness of the old Mis
sionaries is the production of a di
seased intellect, would it be out of
place to ask the Advertiser what it
calls the Prohibition twaddle which
appears in this morning's issue? To
the horror of everyone, this corres
pondence is going to bo continued.
Mayhap when it has been continued
for about a month, the "Family
tooter" will receive its ilrst faint
glimmer of tho truth, that Prohibi
tion has long since ceased to be the
fashionable remedy against costive
The House opened at 10
President W. 1L Castle
11611 called and absentees
Noble Smith presented a certifi
cate of election of W. C. Wilder,
who had been duly eloclfed a Noble
of this House in place of the Hon.
S. G. Wilder, deceased.
The Committee on Credentials ro
tircd to examine the certificate j and
tho business of the House went on.
IJep. J. I. Dowsott presented a
petition from taxpayers living at
.Lelco, praying that no moro licences
bo granted the Chinese Theater, and
if possible thatllic theater be remov-
linrottTS or committees.
Rep. F. Drown lcported fioin the
Printing Connnillec that one bill
was printed and leatly for distribu
tion. Hep. C. Brown reported that the
Committee on Credentials had ex
amined the credentials of Hon. W.
C. Wilder and found them correct.
In the absence of the Chief Justice,
Judge JMcCully swore the member
in. lie then took hi seal in the
Noble rowtisend reported from
the Education Committee on the pe
tition of August Perry, recommend
ing that it be referred to the Judi
ciary Committee, as a point of law
is involved. Adopted.
Also from the same committee in
regard to the petition for the re
moval of the President and Secre
tary of the Horn d of Education re
commending that the petition be
laid on the table. Adopted.
Noble lloblnoti lcpoited from the
Committee on Commerce on the pe
tition from the Paradise of the Pa
cific, referring it back to the House
without comment or recommenda
tion, as the House by their action in
inserting $12,000 lor this purpose
in the Appropriation Bill takes the
matter out of their hands. Adopted.
Ken. Kice reported back fiom the
Enrollment Committee two bills.
Noble Dole reported from the
Committee on Public Lands on the
bill to facilitate the settlement of
homesteads, recommending several
amendments with which they advise
the passage of the bill. The report
was received and laid on the table
to be considered with the bill.
Pep. Pachuolc reported fronrthe
special committee that was appoint
ed to investigate affairs at the Leper
Settlement. This was a voluminous
:q5Port and on motion was ordered
translated and printed as was also
an exhaustive report from the same
committee by Pep. Kinney.
Minister Thurston reported that
11 bills had been presented to His
Majesty for signature.
Noble Smith reported from the
select committee to whom was re
lened the bill to amend the consti
tution, offering an amended bill,
which they recommend the House
to pass. The report ol the commit
tee was received and the bill order
Pep. Kamauoha offered a resolu
tion to the elfecL that ihc Attorney
General be instructed to institute
proceeding against Mr. Geo. Glen
don for maliciously presenting a po
tion into this House asking lor the
removal of the President and Secre
tary of the Board of Education.
'i'hc lcsolution was laid on the ta
ble. Noble Smith moved that the bill
relating to labor licence be made a
special order of the afternoon. Car
ried. Pep. Naone asked Minister of the
Interior the following questions re
lating to the contract to grade 11a
lckauila and Alakea streets :
1st. Is it true that Mr. Gribble
had not put in his tender before the
other tenders were opened?
2d. Is it true that the contract
was awarded to Harrison and How
ell as per their tender, and after
wards to Mr. Gribble?
3rd. For what reason was, the
contract awarded to Mr. Gribble, if
his tender was not in at the time
specified in the advertisement?
Bceess until l p. m.
Thellouse re-assembled at 1 :10p.
m. and resumed the order of busi
ness before the House at the time of
Pep. C. Brown under suspension
of the rules read a report from the
Judiciary Committee on the bill re
lating to internal taxes, offering cer
tain uinendmcnts, with which tlioy
recommend the passage of the bill.
The report was received and laid on
the table to be considered with the
Noble Towsend offered a resolu
tion to the effect that a commission
consisting of three members of the
House be appointed to jnquirc into
and iccomiuend any changes in the
present law relating to the taking of
the census, and report to tho Legis
lature of 1800. Adopted.
ouueu or the day.
Consideration of the bill relating
to the licensing of laborers.
Pep. C. Brown moved that bill
120 be indefinitely postponed.
Noblo Smith moved that bill 120
with tho minority report be taken
up and considered section by bee
lion. Pep. C. Brown baici that bill 120
was diiectcd against tho Chinese;
but to avoid any argument against
tho unconstitutionality of tho mea
sure, all classes of labor were includ
ed. He considered it an unjust
measure and one that would infringe
the rights of frco labor. He there
foie hoped it would be indefinitely
Noble Smith said he thought there
were good reasons for considering
the amended bill, as there were
some objectionable points in the old
bill that have been stricken out in
the amended bill.
Pep. Kamauoha favored tho inde
finite postponement of hill 120. No
amount of patching will make it a
Minister Ashford spoke in favor
of indefinite postponement. He
considered it an Anti-Chinese nica
suio pure and simple, and so far as
the Chinese are concerned, they will
no), care for it, but it will be odious
and repugnant to a large clns
(not Chinese) of laborers. II will
simply bo intolerable lo them.
Tho ayes and noes were called :
Ayes 20"; noes 1 G.
Third reading of bill relating lo
Noble Waterhousc moved that the
Noble Smith moved to indefinitely
postpone the bill. Lost.
Bill passed as read.
Third reading of a bill lo regulate,
the sale of goods, wares and mer
chandise by commercial agents in
the kingdom. Passed.
Third reading of bill to better
prevent the illicit trallle in spiritu
ous liquors. Passed.
Tliiul reading of bill to provide
for the biinging of suits by or
against the Government. Passed.
Noble Smith moved a reconsidera
tion of the vote. Lost.
Third reading of bill to provide
for the protection of certain fish in
Hop. Nakaleka moved to indefin
itely postpone tho bill.
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion: Ayes 1G; noes 22.
The bill then .passed as read.
Third reading of the bill lo pro
vide for the impoitation and sale of
alcohol tor mechanical, medicinal and
Noblo Wight moved the indefinite
postponement of the bill. He ar
gued that the Government was not
in a condition to reduce its revenue,
as the expenses are now greater than
Pep. C. Brown spoke in favor of
the bill, as it would encourage isl
and manufactures of perfumes,
etc. He therefore moved the pas
sago of tho bill.
Pep. Kamauoha moved the ayes
and noes be called on the indefinite
The motion lo indefinitely post
pone the bill was lost and the bill
passed as read.
Consideiation of the bill relating
to the settlement of homesteads.
The bill was read by title and
considered section bjr section, and
passed with amendents to be read a
third time on Tuesday.
The motion to reconsider the vote
that indefinitely postponed the Civil
Seivice bill was. lo-t.
The House then look recess until
7 p. m.
The House reassembled at 7 p.
in., and went into committee of the
whole,Noblc'Waterhouse in the chair
to consider the Appropriation Bill.
The following items were passed:
Ciiouit Judge of Maui.. .. if 1,000
Tuivclling expenses of haino . '200
Circuit Judge of Hiloand Kau. .5,000
Travelling expenses 200
Circuit Judge of Kohala and
Travelling expenses. . . 200
Circuit Judge of Kauai 3,(500
Travelling expenses 200
Clerk 2d J udicial Circuit. . . . 1)00
Clerk Hid Judicial Circuit.. . 1,000
Clerk 4th Judicial Ciicuit COO
ituxxixa i:xpi:xsi:s or Honolulu.
Electric Light $2,100
lnspectoi of Immigration -1,800
To aid in carrying out Chincso
Hcstiiction Act 2,000
The House then adjourned until
10 o'clock Tuesday.
THE S. S. ARABIC.
The O. and O. S. S. Co.'s Steam
ship Arabic, Captain "W. M. Smith,
Commander, sailed from San Fran
cisco, August 21st, for this port,
en route for Yokohama and Hong
kong. The Arabic anchored off
port shortly before 11 o'clock this
morning. She has 8 cabin passen
gers for Yokohama, 7 for Hongkong
and three Chinese steerage passen
gers for Honolulu. Among her in
transit steerage passengers are 4
Japs and M0 Chinese. Her crew
numbers 108 all told, making a
total number of 570 persons on
board, when she arrived this morn
ing. The Arabic will sail again at
5 o'clock this evening.
WHAT IS THE MATTER?
Two corporals of the marine
gtiaul of the Vandalia marched up
Fort street j'estcrday afternoon from
the wharf, heavily laden with a mys
terious armament, and took the di
rection to Mtikiki. Their appear
ance, bo warlike and striking, made
the lookers on tremble, and with
bated breath asked each other,
"Why is this?" On inquiring,
however, it was ascertained that
they were simply a digging contin
gent, and were going to tho base
bull grounds lo place the home base
in a position more in keening with
tin; rules of the game. How a
thing will disturb the public!
On Fridaj' or Saturday next Ad
miral Kiinberly will transfer his flag
to tho U. S. S. Dolphin. Next
week the U. S.S. Dolphin will prob
ably tnku the Admiral to the Flagship
Trenton, at Cnllao.
The Vandalia will remain here
until tho arrival of the U. S. S.
Nipfeio or the U. S. S. Alert, when
she will sail for the Navy Yard at
San Francisco, for a general over
hauling. The U. S. S. Mohican, now at San
Franpibco will have her new otllccrs
and will lie about ready when the
Vandalia reaches tho Navy yard, to
mm ur ouuiua to relieve me u. rt.
S. Adams, which vsssel'a three
years' eruisu is about up.
SHOP. Hear of Imcd.' Mill.
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN iaulivo
JL evening paper. 00 cents per mouth.
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Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of
On FRIDAY, August 31, 1888,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the iPsidenco of .1. F. llnckfclri, Kq.,
corner of Mellaril street and Palace
Walk, I will sell at Publlo Auction,
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
Fnntcnlls, Cliani e'ler,
Carved Black Walnut Chairs,
Willing Tables, Vehet Tabic Covers,
Book Cases, Fancy Tallies,
Velvet I'lano Covers, l'iiuio Stool,
Vacs & Stump,
Leather Lounge & Easy Chairs
1 Sideboard, Viennn Chairs,
Plated Ware, Crockery, Etc., Etc.
CSThc House will
speetlon on Tliimriuy
1 o'clock to 5 o'clock.
he open foi In
JAS. IT. MORGAN,
AUGUST 27lh, a Safe Key.
ward will be given lo any
reluming said Key lo
M15. J. SIMS,
31 lit Purser of the -teimicr Lcliun.
Mncfnil.mc is audio-
to sign my linn name bv
proem iiuon from this dale, and will
hold my power of atimnoy duiiug my
absence from the Iviiigdmir.
G. W. MACFAKLANE.
Honolulu, August 23, ISfeS. !J1 'Jt
"Ml E Hoat wned from the
wieck of tho "Duniiol-
luc'istle," and told at unction
to the King, 1ms been lelltted,
coppeiod and deck.over by .Mr. Holland,
ami is for sale cheap for cash by
E. It. HYAN,
111 2w H mt Builder.
Assistant bookkeeper and
YOUNG man of irieproachalrie
ui aeler and habits, willing to
commence at n modeiale salary which
will be increased according to value of
his services. Address 1. O. ISox No. !)51,
Honolulu, riluling age, experience,
bulury required and releiences. None
otner noticed. M ur
NOTICE of ASSIGNMENT.
AXIEL McKcuzie, of Honolulu,
O.ilui, bavin it this d.iy made an
assignment to F. M. .Sii.m.y, alt persons
having auv claims against the said
Daniel JlUCcnzio are hereby notified to
present the same to the undersigned at
the oillce ot Thco. II. D.ivics fc Co.
within two months from this date, and
all persous indebted to the fatiiri Daniel
McKenzic are requested to make immc.
diato payment to the undersigned.
F. M. SWANZY,
Assignee of T). McKenzic
Honolulu, August 25, 18fis. 80 3t
BARK " C. R. BISHOP
An Assorted ('a mo of
In every line
And For Sale at Lowest Rates by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
The Clipper Bark
With Boats, Anchoi, Chains, Sail,
etc. Well-found In all respects and
rendy for immediate despatch.
ESPFor fiu llier particulars apply to
Wing Wo Chan & Co., Agent.
311 Nuunmi Mrcet, Honolulu. tf
C. R. Bishop"
Toukopings Swe. Safety Matches
Westphalia Hams, &c &c.
i-oic wAi.i: Jtv
H. HACKFELD & CO.
IN VARIED SIZES & DESIGN.
Just opened at
Lewers & Cooke's.
Anctlon-Salos by Lewis J. Lovey.
English Ale & Porter
I nui instiuctcd to oiler for sale at
On THURSDAY, Any. 30 At 12 noon,
At my Snlesiooms, corner of I'm t anil
Queen sheets to clnso consignment the
following lots of Ale. nnd Porter, of the
well known band of .1. & It. Tunimut,
70 cs. Pale Ale, quarts,
24 cb. Porter, pints.
to bo sold positively
TJEltMH OA.H1 1.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
AN adjourned annual meeting cl'lho
tluckh (riders of thcOlowulu Sugar
Company will be held on WED N 128.
DAY, August 2tli, at 11 a. jr., at llie
olllcc of Mcssis. G. W. Irwtn & Co.
(3. O. BERQEK,
27 til Sect etary.
"I"lSS Thiele's school vacation com.
JLYJL mpiiced on Ftiday, Aug. 2-ltIi,
and will continue till September loth,
when the school will re-opeu. HO Iw
"TK. J. M. Camnrn, Jr., is authorized
JL.VJL t collect foi our account. Spe.
jnven lo Portuguese out.
75 t f
E. imowjf & co.,
28 Merchant sti tct.
DUUIN'G my ali-ence from tills Iving
duin my brother Mnreus It. Col.
1 mi ii will act for mc in all matters of
business under lull power of attorney.
JOHN F. COLBUKN.
Honolulu Aug. nil, 1SS3. 27 4t
DU1JING my absence from the King,
dom the lion. W. F. Allen will
act for me under a
full power of attor
ney in all pihato
matttis, and ul.-o in
all estates in which I am uicurc or
agent. AV C. 1'AHKK.
Honolulu, August 25, IStjS 2d 2m
CtUSTOMERS having our Soda Water
I or hcmoiiiilu Bottles (empty) on
hand will gieatly oblige by notifying
us by telephone or otherwise, and they
will at once bo sent for. Kottks letnincd
longer than one month will be charged
for. Telephones: Bell, 172; Mutual, tibO.
j. e. imowx & co.,
Fioprietors, Tahiti Lemonade Works.
PIGS. Inquire of
At Oaliu College.
ONE line Milch Cow,
price, $123. Apply
at the Bulletin Ofllce.
01 8td oaw
FOR SALE or LET
MIE House and Lot on
Iscietania street next to
Mr. John Ena's on the west;
huge lot runs from Beretania to Young
sin et. House contains parlor, dining,
room, tbiee large bedroom", kitchen
billi-room anil out-nouses Inquire of
W. C. WILDER.
BRICK STORE on Nuuanu
street, fitted with shelv.
ing, counters, etc., next to
Nowlein's corner. Rent very moderate.
Apply to J. E. BROWN & CO.,
25 tf 28 Merchant btreet.
npiIE Beautiful Suburban
X Residence, formerly oc
cupied by N. F. Buigess, is
offered for t-alc. Lot 100x153. For fur
thee puiliculars applv to
G. W. BURGESS,
20 2w At Benson, Smith & Co.
THAT Properly on Port
street known as the
''Gymnasium Premises" uro
oil'crcd for Bale on reasonable
terms. Apply to
G. W. BURGESS,
At liensou, Smith & Co,
Of the Occidental & Oriental Steamship
Co. will Bail for tlio above
ports on or about
August 27, 1888.
tfirtFor Freight or Passago apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
22 tf Agents.
For San Francisco
The Now nnd Fine American
BiltiiB S. G. Wilder
A. II. Paul.
"Will Ball far tho abovo port on or about
EST Cabin accommodations superior,
For fiolghtB or passage apply to
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO..
3 tf Agents.
Jon, liisook, Linn, Gantonflamiel &i Fluiuliitti.
g3SF"Sonictliing New and Smtable for tin t,lininto.jfJ?
.1 ul v
On Aoooonf of mmmm
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
J n Plush it Leather; Bisque, Glass & Parian
Muiinc Glasses, Telescopes,
MDuesie Boxes, Toys
thinji- too nunicioiih
(Jooda will he oftned at tho
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
"The above GooiIr aie New,
been imuoilcd ex 1 cecal arrivals and
S2 03P3EIV aJICPXIVSS .
lOli Fori SStreel, Honolulu.
Mi U Wcti o
jrora-x1 street, iioiN'oxTcnLiTj.
m BARGAINS -a Nc bine of tf3T BARGAINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Loner Prices than ever
SHM-HAMAE PLOWS & GEN'L MERCHANDISE
Novcltiew :mtl Faucy Goods, Xrx Hiiii-jure Vitrioty.
Portland Dement !
"WlritcBros' Cement (full weight).
At lowest ni.iik t rati.
6. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Practical Watcb.maL.er & Repairer.
Gooil work guaranteed. At present
located at S. Roth's tailor feliop'.'
cs H. S.
Australia a full
HATS HOP ALE.
IIuv'h Aerated Hon Ale (Non.
Intoxicating) William Hav, Hull.
"This is an excellent Non-Alcoholio
Beverage, which probably approaches
us near to Beer as is possible, without
the presence of alcohol. Our analysis
showed the presence of tho bitter prin
ciple of the Hop in perfect solution."
"It is a nearer approach to Hats's or
Allsopp's Ale thnu any iion.inioxicauts
preceding it. Has tho Hop Taste of
Bitter beer, and is a pleasant appetising
drink." Liistern Morning News.
"Mr. llny's expeiimeuts on Hops iiave
resulted in the pioduction of a beautiful
essence, which deserves to iiiuk as quite
a phniiu.iecutical triumph. It mi.cs
perleclly uith water, and has a lino Hop
Aroma. Hop Ale mado hum this
essence lins, with llie Hop Flavor, nil
the blight appearance of Champagne.
It fiotlis lcniarkably, is a very agreeable
drink, and suitable cither lor summer
or wlntei." Tho Chemist & Biuggist.
"A beautiful essence, has a lino Hop
Aroma, and is quite a phaiinaucutical
triumph "The Uicinisl & Uiuggibt.
'.'JIay'H Hop Ale. This is an ex.
ccllent non-alcoholic bovcrago " Tho
"Has tho Hop Taste of Bitter Beer,
anu is a neater approach to Bass or
Allbopp's Ale than any non-intoxicants
preceding it." Eastern Horning News.
J. E.BROWN & CO.,
28J 28 Merchant Street. 2w
28 - 881 m
AVarc, Openi it
All the above
PreMi and of the Latest Design, having
weie selected e.ioly for the trade.
New invoice of
i Corrugaied Roofing !
Best brands, in 0, 7, 8 and !) ft. lengths.
In qiianl'uies to suit at lowest market
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
V. G. FACERROOS,
Practical 'Wntclimuliiir fc Jeweler,
Has removed to
Late Ym. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money
relumied. 21 '2 m
PholographiG View Albums.
tho thing for collectors
A complete assortment just received
direct fiom New York.
All Sizes & Prices.
Intended purchasers will do well to
examine this line before purchasing
elsewheie Sizes from 'i by i to
10?.( by 13J. For Sale onfy by the
Hawaiian News Co.
MR. A. M. HEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Purposes leaving for the Coast in
October prior to which he
oilers tho whole of his
Handsomely Assorted Stock !
Groat Reduction for Cash !
Do not bo alarmed that you will not bo
able to puichato in Honolulu a Hand.
foiiiu Ohrlbtmas Present as in Isan
Francisco for Mr. IloHClt Is going to
select such a stock as will buit tho most
f.tbthlcous and surpiiso our little city.
B65-A1I parties now indebted to him
aio respectfully icqucsted to make
Immediate Fcttlemcnt- 10 2m
MU8IO furnished for balls, parties
and serenades by Palmer's Strinir
Baud. Orders left at O. JL Williams',
or ring up Mutuul Telephone 830. 74 tf