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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY U, 1880.
iWffcT I IHiiill
In the Supremo C( .ft of tlio Hawaiian
llyvliluo of Uio power vested in
inobythoS12d lection of tlio Civil
"Code, 1 hereby older u Special Term
of tlio Supremo Cuurl lo be belli in
the Coml lloom of Aliiolftiii Hale, on
MONDAY, tho lllh dny irf MnrHi,
A.l). ISS!), nt 10 o'clock A.M., fm thr
healing of llanoo Ciiros only.
Witness my band and
(be seal of the Supreme
Com (, ul Honolulu, this
lllh day of Kcbiuary,
A. 1). 1SS9.
A. 1 JUD1),
Chief Justice of the Supremo Court.
Clerk. 170 ol
IIoldci'3 of water privileges are
hereby notified that the hours for
using water for irrigating purpoe.s
uro fiom G o'clock lo 3 o'clock a. ji.,
and fri'in I o'clock lo 0 o'clock r. si.
All those found violating the above
notice will be liable to have their
privileges cut ofl" without further
notice. CHAS. 15. WILSON,
Supt. Ikmolulu Waterworks.
Honolulu, Fib. .", lbS'J. 105 2w
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Put cstditislied for the benefit of all.
TIIUKSDAY, FEB. M, 1SS0.
THE COMING ELECTIONS.
From the llilo liccord, Feb. lith.
In one year from to-morrow the
general election for Nobles and Re
presentatives will be held, bix xso
bles are to bo elected for this Isl
and: two for two years, two for
four years, and two for six years.
Including the south part of llania
kua to, and including Kaiau Flant
ation, three Representatives are to
be elected for llilo and Puna. It is
none too soon, now,jto bejawakc in
this matter. Wo do not want to be
caught napping, as at the last elec
tion. Our ticket for Nobles ought
to be ready within the next six
months. And also our nominees for
"Reps." for this district. "We hear
that already jMcasia. John Baker
and J. Nawahi are inlhe field. They
evidently believe in being in time.
But it is in the nomination for No
bles that our greatest difliciilly lies.
There are but few men who are lit
to send, who are willing to go and
spend llnee to four months at Ho
nolulu at their own expense. The
only available candidates, as we
now hear, arc Dr. Wight of Kohala,
and J. M. Homer of Ifamakua.
We certainly believe that Hawaii
must send as Nobles, only those
whose interests arc centered on Ha
waii. We want no Honolulu man
to represent us.
Hawaii needs men who will look
out sharp for her interests, and not
let Honolulu run away with by-far-thc
largest share of the funds. If
lr. Townscnd can lie induced to
stand as Noble again, he would
make a good strongman for us. But
where are tho other three to come
Another thing that the people
have got to bo on the watch lor, is
the getting too many Plantation men
into the House.
Not but that a plantation owner
or manager may not be a first-class
man, but we must recollect that all
the plantations on these islands arc
held in the hands of six or eight
men in Honolulu and it will not be
well to put ourselves in the power
of so few men. This may be the
evil, which will run our Ship or
Tho property-holders of a coun
try ought not to be able to control
all legislation. This is one of the
evils that tho minority in tho last
Legislature endeavored to check, by
the institution of the "secret bal
lot ;" but which was crushed out of
our new election law by a very large
majority. Why the planters should
bo enabled, as they put'it, "to con
trol or induce their men tovotclhcir
ticket," and not the man who
openly says, "Put me in and 1 will
help you," is a problem which we
wero and nro still unable to solve
Wo believe that property should
be represented in such a manner, as
that no ill-advised legislation can
deprive it of its rights, but still we
bciicvo that the laboring man should
so well be repnscntcd, that no op
pressive legislation may cause him
to distrust the Government.
Tho Chinese question will, also,
certainly have a tremendous bearing
upon tho next election. And it is
ono too, that must be met fairly and
squaiely. "Wo do not believe in
"sand lot" legislation, but we do
believe that somo legislation is ne
cessary to relievo tho country of
sonic of its present thflkulUcs, ns
regards tho Chinese. Hut wc must
remember "that the Chinamen has
rights," as well ns others and wo
must respect those rights. IJeslrie
tive legislation as to those coming in
to our country scorns now lo he the
only way to roach a solution, bet
those wlio leave, leave for good and
no others conic in, and in n few
years there will lie a laige diminu
tion of our Chinese population.
There are other qiiuilions to be
met at our next election anil it be
hooves us now to be up and doing
in the matter, llilo should within
the next three months organize an
Klection Caucus, and write our sis
ter districts to do the same, on the
A plan has been proposed, to call
a Caucus in cacli district and get
lliciu lo send delegates to a general
convention in llilo, say m the month
of July next. The number of dele
gates lo be one for every twenty No
ble votcrs,or parts of twenty in each
As follows J f the Kinus have fiO
Noble voters, on the Grand Register
then Ivina will be entitled to send
three delegates, or one delegate with
three votes. If llaniakua has 85
Noble Voters, it would he entitled
to five delegates and so on.
The delegates to be chosen at a
meeting called in each district be
fore July; of course only those
allowed to vote for Nobles, will vote
at such a Caucus. Then those dele
gates, will be sent to the convention
with such instructions, as their con
stituents may give them, and at the
convention, 0 men will be chosen for
Elective Nobles. A committee
should be formed in each district, to
attend to the matter and communi
cate, with the other districts.
If no better plan is offered, we
believe that the above will woik
well. And we hope that ere long
steps will be taken in the matter.
Editok Bim.ktix: The follow
ing news items may be of interest lo
some of your readers:
No rain, dust and dust and dust.
The roads are covered several in
ches with red earth, ground as fine
as Hour, and, raised by the wind,
penetrates everywhere. At present
a kona is blowing, but so far, no
signs of rain. Rumor has it that
several plantations rc short of
Miitcr, and that one ot them, Paia
plantation, has had to stop grinding
at nights on that account. Sugar
seems to come in pretty lively, how
ever, three to live trains arriving at
Kahului with our staple article every
day, the rails groaning under the
heavy load. Kahului lu$or is
occupied by several vessels, and
they are kept busj' down there in
unloading and loading as fast as
Everything is pretty quiet up
here on Maui. The murder case
from Haiku made a little stir, of
course, but it ias natural after all,
that such a thing should happen.
Why, the largest of our islands has
had two such cases, and then the
next in size mustfollow suit.
Report reached here the other day
that a luna, or head-luna on one of
the plantations had been convicted
of striking a contract-labor man.
Whether it is true or not T could not
say, living so far off; but if it is
true, he ought to be severely cen
sured. It not only gives the planta
tion, but the islands, a bad name,
and that it ought to be avoided. Ru
mor has that the same party has
done the same tiling before.
The Japs on Ilatnaktiapoko re
fused to work the other day, but
could give no satisfactory icason.
They wero lined, of course. Sev
eral here seem to think that turning
from Chinese to Japs is to drop
from the pan into the fire, and that
they ought to be feared just as much
as the Chinese.
Very little if any intemperance is
going on here, in fact, it is seldom
we hear of anybody being drunk or
disorderly. By the way, that brings
inc to think of the prohibition ques
tion. Mr. Horner's reply to G in
your columns ha3 opened the eyes
of many here for the fallacy of his
reasoning. Do you know what it is
to make a soup of shoe-pegs, Mr.
Editor? If not, please read Mr.
Horner's rumblings. In my opinion
Mr. G's questions were short, con
cise and to the point, and one half
of a column would have been sulll
cient to answer them, as the only
answer they required was yes or no.
We all acknowledge that Mr. Horn
er is a master iinequalcd in saying
very little in very many words. If
his cane grows as well as his writ
ings it must be line looking, but if
it docs not contain more solids Hum
his words, it must be poor profit.
1 suppose it will need a Lick tele
scope to see tho end to his answer,
judging by what has appeared.
Many here seem lo think that it
would be better to teach people how
to drink and not to attempt to give
stricter laws than the Lord himself.
A drive took me up to Makawao
the other day, and 1 passed the new
Makawao church. That is a line
building indeed, in fact, finer than
any other church, without excep
tion, on the islands. It is well and
harmoniously finished inside and
out, and stands as a worthy monu
ment of the Christian spirit of Ihoso
who built it. The site is ono of the
finest imaginable, tho view one of
the most imposing on Maui. It
stands right in the centre of a pros
perous community, and wherever
tho eye is turned, it bees tho lino
cane fields in every direction. To
the right the Hamakiiapoko mill is
smoking, away down, seemingly to
wards the beach, Uio three chimneys
of Paia mill belch forth their smoke,
and lo the left on the plain you can
sec that monster establishment,
Sprcckelsvillc. Between these points
the camps glitter in the sunshine.
ceiy house being whitewashed, and
they appear us so many villages.,
Wailuku is plainly visible, and tho
Mauim Eka rises verdant-covered
back of that pleasant place. Over
and above hovers the giant moun
tain llaloakaln in all its majesty, a
silent witness of its former great
ness as a volcano, ine place me
church stands on is the site of the
old mill, where Hon. II. P. Baldwin
came near losing his life some years
ago, and it is also him we have to
thailk for the new church.
I noticed also several new school
houses in Makawao. One is at Ka
licka, and two new houses in upper
Makawao, and people told me that
a new one is to be built at Kula.
That compares very favorably with
Wailuku district. In many places I
hear dissatisfaction with school mat
ters as they are here. 1 have heard
that several Portuguese have left
the plantation hero and elsewhere,
and gone to Sprcckelsvillc because
there is no school! lhey can then
let tho children work, ami that is so
much income added. Of course, it
would be absurd to force the chil
dren to attend school here in Wai
luku, as they then would have to
walk 8 to 10 miles each way, but
just for that reason the Board of
Education ought to put up a school
at SpreckelsTilIe or near thereto. It
is of far more benefit to the country
to have schools and good schools
wherever needed, than lo build
roads to Punchbowl or to llaleakala
crater or snowsheds on Mauna Ilua
lalai; but then the big heads would
have to give up somo of their pet
schemes, and that they don t like.
If the legislature had paid more at
tention lo this matter, and less to
wards making a heap of laws that
are declared unconstitutional, the
members would have deserved more
thanks. As it is now they have
made themselves ridiculous. This
school matter here in Wailuku dis
trict is of importance, and a little
stirring up is sorely needed.
The roads arc in fine condition,
and so is the railroad. The road
boards manage their roads cvy well
but opinion seems to be divided
about that of the railroad, some say
ing that it seems as if the people
are made for the lailroad and not
vice versa. Oiisr.nvim.
Wailuku, Feb. 11th.
V. H. Since ilic above was writ
ten ram lias commenced, and it is
raining heavily to-day, Feb. 12th.
SAIHT PAUL'S, HAKAPALA.
The new church at Makapala,
erected for the use, and mainly at
the cost, of the Chincje, was conse
crated yesterday uioruinr by the
Hishop ot the Diocese and dedicated
to b.iint Paul, in the presence of an
ovcrllowing congregation of English
Tho building is well linishcd in
every respect, with galvanized roof
and bell turret, (total cost $1591.
ol), from plans furnished by "Mr.
Mackintosh, architect of Honolulu.
In the afternoon, after a baptismal
service in the infant Church, the
bishop held a confirmation, his
charge being ably and lluently in
terpreted by Mr. L. Aseu, and
twelve (12) Chinese members of the
Anglican Communion received the
rite of confirmation.
In the evening the Bishop preach
ed at St. Augustine's, Kohala, to a
large congregation, the church be
ing filled by the members of the
Anglican Communion, and by the
members of the Congregational
Church, who gave up their usual
Sunday evening service to attend at
The offertories for the day at tho
two churches of St. Augustine's and
St. Paul's amounted to $ lii, which
brings the small debt remaining on
the latter down to a little over $100.
Kohala, Feb. 11th, 1889.
The Australian Colonics have their
poets like other countries, and we
suhjoin the following as a sample.
It was written hy Henry Kendall,
a native of New South Vales, and
published in the "l'ort Macquarie
News," n newspaper of that colony.
tiii; oi.n vr.Ai:.
It piifeh'd like the bieath of tlio ulht-
II lied like the lul-t at lh dawn of the
Jt laMed Us moment, then backwaid
Another Increase lo tho aj;o of tlio
It jnihi'd with its Fliadows, id
Pani'd as a stiuam to the
Years Hint weie coming, weio here, and
Tho age depaited, to visit no mora.
It pnps'il hut the baujuo on Its hlllowy
Loaves an impresi-lon on waters aback;
The, j;low of tho "gone" remains on the
Unwilling to leave us, unwilling to die.
it lied, but away, and away on Its wako,
There lingers a something that tiino
Tho past and tho future uro joined hy a
And memories live that must ever re
main. llKNKT IvKNDAI.I..
Miss Shndysldo: How bored that
poor air. .Jonosy looks with that fri
volous young thing ho is with. I
can always tell when n gentleman is
bored. Mr. Tiredtodciith (with a
guilty Blart) : Mess my soul, you
don't buy so.
Auction Sale by James 1?. Morgan.
On Friday, Rflarch 1st,
AT Hi O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
, sell at Public Auction, for ac
count of whom it may
Paia Sugar Siock !
WILLIAM FOSTER -Attorney,
nt-l.aw it ftoluiy Public llono.
rpiIK undersigned having been duly
JL appointed udministiutor of the
estate ol G. Ah Nw, lute "f ICiiluiiliacle,
deceased, notice is -lieieny dvun lo all
persons to present llmir claims agninst
the cstalo of s.iid (3. Ah. Ncu duly au
thenticated, whether termed liy moit.
gage or otherwise, to the uiideisinud
nl the ofllco of 11. llaoltfultl .s Co,
Honolulu, within six uiontlih iiom tlie
date heti'ol, or tliey will le foruv.-r
banod ; and till pei-nns imli h nl to i-aid
Cstuto uio hereby ii-qiiuMiiI tn nnku
.1. V. HAOKFKU),
Administrator of the IMilc uf 0. Ah
Honolulu, Feb. 14, "SMI. i7S :b
MEET I N il N OT J C E .
HE legulur qiiuiluili meeting ol the
Fill DAY, Hie
ollie.0, (Juutn street, on
iCtli hiit , m v.! o'clock
S. F. GKAIfAM,
npiIEKU will bo a meeting of the
X Poind of Dh'cclois of tho ICapio
lnni Pail; As-ociation, m PIUDAY, the
15th inst., at 11 A. M., at the olllco of
Win. G Irwin & Co.
A. S. CLEGHOKN,
172 til Chairman.
riTHE adjourned annual intcliny of
JL the stockholder.-- of the Kapiolaui
Park Association will be bold on WED
NESDAY, tin; 20lh inst., at 10 a. m., at
the rooms of the Chamber of C'ommeice.
A. S. CLEGIIOllN,
172 til President.
PROPOSALS FOR GRADING j
Office ol tho Oahu IU:lwy end Land Com
pany (Ld.), Feb. 13, 1889.
SEALED PROPOSALS nil lrced to
the undesigned will ho riceived at
thU olllcu until 10 o'clo -k u.m., Pi h. 20
1889, for the poding "f ,lll: 0an" 1!:l
way (Pearl llher Oivi-ion.)
Further information, v itu limns upon
nliich ai.i, nms i-hould be muile, can be
obtained at this olliee. The i lijlil to 10.
ject any and all bids is u-m rv. .1.
172 '.It 15- V DILLINGHAM.
A FEW piivate i ti . i s m imj of the
classical or teitnliliu Mu'dies, by
an experienced teacher. Tonus reason,
able. Address "L," Uiji.i.i:tin Olllcu.
17 J lw
Durock and Du-
rocl; and lierUsluro
l'ifc'S from 10 to $20 a
pair, according to size.
Hell Telephone, -10:1; Mutu-il Telephone
(513. JAS. JSIKRSEWJKG,
172 lw 'Waiuiiiiialo, Ivoolaiipeko.
For San Francisco.
The Xmv Clipper llnrijuu
S. C. jSjk Allen,
Capt. T. Thompson,
Will sail for tho above pott on
Thursday, the I Ithinst.
EW Por passage having biipcrior ac.
coinnioilnlious for a limited number of
passengeis apply to
C. BREWER & CO., I'd,
172 2t Queon street.
B. Z. MULLET, new catch, 1 lb. tin;
H. Z. JAMS, new season;
N. Z. FRESH BUTTER, 1 & 2 lb. tins;
H. Z.LAMB'S TONGUES, 1& 21b. tins;
KILN DRIED OATMEAL, 14 lb, tins.
Also a small quantity of
Furze Seed for Hedges.
J. E. BUOWN A; CO.,
173 lw 28 Merchant St.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,,
Kioiti 1'aliuna foi llillc lt-ingc only
M) a. m. mill every hour until 8:!!0
!.; last car 10:10 l M.
Kiom Pulatua for Utile ltnnge and
Walklki 7:10 a. ji. ami every hour
until 0:10 i. M.
Piom Kille llnnge for Palama 0.00
a.m., 7:00 A. M., and every hnlfliour
until l).::0 r M.; lust car 10:30 i it.
Prom WaiklUl for l'alama 7:10 A. M.
nnd every hour until 10:10 r. M.
Eiin Cars from I'nlama for Ulllu
liuiigc 1!! noon, -1 r M., 5 i. m., and
from llillc linage at 13:00 r. m.
First ears from PaUuivi for Utile
liaiiKo only at (i:'J0 a. m.
First oar horn Palatini for YVnildki
at 7:10 a.m.
First oar from Widkild nt 8:10 a. m.
First our fioin Hltle ibuigc at 7 a. m.
No etra cur at
p. M. fiom l'ulamu.
12 noon, -I
l. u., C
"YVIN(1 to tho intended departure
J lrom the KniKunm of 11. J . Wicli
man, we iepu!tlully nslt mat all
amounts due our llrm be settled on
or liufoic the tStli of February next.
GOMES & WIOI1MAN.
llorolulu, Jan. 24, 1SS!. 105 19t
"S tfk. m Em"
California Lime !
.Just lleeeivcd per Hark "W. G.
God I icy."
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S,
CSl Queen Street. 2w
THE0. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Moutauo, coiner of King
'and Foit btreets, and is pre-
paicd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
lrlntlii; Hoik: lor AuintcurM,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
Ea?- Entrtnec onFoit Street, "a
e Xlppon Yiimcii KalMlin'H Xciv
A I'liie Al Steel SilcnniHlilii
Will leave for the above ports on
tg5 Kor terms of
freiL'ht or irussngo
hiivinir supeiior cabin and stcerairu ac.
comnio.laiions, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.,
!(! td Agents.
The Al WteaiuHhlp
Of tho Occidental it Oriental Steamship
Co. will bo due ul Honolulu Iron. San
fritiicisco on or about
And will leuve for
or about that 'date'
the above ports on
SQf'Vor freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
107 til Agents
The Best Company
Life insurance Go.,
oar isicw yokk.
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
Tho Largest Company in the World
Tho Oldest Company in tho U. S.
It Gives the Most Liberal Policies
Pays tho Largest Dividends.
Claims paid to policy holders in
Hawaiian Iblauils, during tho
pust ten years,
Over : SlOO.OOO OO.
JJS?- For rates, apply to
S. It. KOSH,
General Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
B. P. E
HAVING TAIvKN STOCK AND AUK OITKRINO
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL llAHUAlNS OF
Remnants ira All Departments.
Just lleeeivcd a
OAUflIll HBt-HII flMlAV
iiiinwhw ffl sziioi iniiflii
-KS-AT FiBHEL'S "SA
-WE WILL SELL
Our $2.50 Parasols for $1.25.
Our S3.50 Pnviisols for $2.00.
ssoide wjeieik: ois"jL.Yga
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PURCHASE
Tlese Prices wo iiriintce for Oil Wool Only !
CHAS. J. FIS1IEL,
Jan-lfl-8l) Tho I.i'ailiiif- IWilliuory House.
another laro Miipincnt of that Celebrated Draught Ueer
hv the Steamer "Australia."
It is a Clear, Cool ml
1M FOKT NTItKHT. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for 1 Lorillatd &. Co.'s Tobaccos, it "W. H. Kimball & Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works 73 Hotel Street.
iroxtx .sitifliax, iionol.tjil.tj.
JST BAHOAINS -XB New Lino of BST BAltQAlNB -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Trices than ever before. Now involco of
SHELF-HARDfAIE, PLOWS & GEN'L MERCHANDISE.
Novel llou ttua Fuuoy GoodN, In Lui'fro Variety.
ES & CO.
Fresh Lot ot
BLACK HOSE !
FOR ONE WEEK
$5.50 Parasols for
i l)i:AI.KllH IN-