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In accordances with Sec. I. of chap
ter XXVII. of tlio Laws of 1880.
All pcreonB holding water privi
leges or thoif paying water ratci, aro
JErobynotifled that tho water rates
fat tho' torrn ending December
2CC 1889, Will bo duo and payable at
tho office sf the Honolulu Water
Works on the first of July, 1889.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they aro due,
Trill be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying intes will please
present their last receipt.
Rates are payablo at the office of
the Water Works in the Kapuaiwa
The statuto allowing no discretion
btrict enforcement of this clause will
be made. '
CHAS. B. WILSON.
Supt. Houo. Water Works.
Honolulu, June 18, 1880. 278 2w
Notice to Personal Tax-payers
The undersigned Assessors and
Collectors of Taxes for the General
Taxation Divisions of the Kingdom
would respectfully call the attention
of the tax-payers to the New Law in
regard to the payment of personal
taxes, Section 58a, Chapter 68 of the
Session Laws of A. D. 1SS8.
"All personal taxes shall bo due
and payable on and after the 1st day
of July of each year, and may be
collected by the proper oflicers at
any time after such date."
C. A. BROWN, Assessor '& Col
lector of Taxes, 1st Division.
H. G. TREADWAY, Assessor &
Collector of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 3rd Division.
J. K. FARLEY, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 4th Division.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all,
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1889.
The Ililo Record complains that
the arrangements of San Francisco
and inter-island steamers are such
that frequently the Hilo public have
but one opportunity in tin month
for sending mail matter to the Coast.
Our friends on the other islands, or
their correspondents in Honolulu
or abroad, will never have a satis
factory mail service until the Gov
ernment is able to undertake having
mails carried to suit the public con
venience. THE GLORIOUS FOURTH.
Editor Bulletin : I would like
to say a word about the "glorious
fourth'' in opposition to the "pro
test" of my friend Mr. Eldredge,
which appeared in the Bulletin a
few days ago. I fail to see wherein
a baseball game is going to interfere
with any boating exercises that may
be arranged for the day, unless Mr.
Eldredge expects to force people to
attend a regatta after he has suc
ceeded in squelching the baseball
Baseball is known the world over
as the "American national game,"
which it surely is, and consequently
it would seem to me that a game
would be very fitting as a part of
the day's celebration. I do not ob
ject to a boat race and am not at all
fearful of its detracting from the
ball game, and even were it to do so
I am sure none of the numerous
baseball enthusiasts would have any
fault to find.
Mr. Eldredge's alarm and protest
would seem to me significant that
the mass would prefer baseball, as
if such is not the case, v.liy should
he start in so early to try and ob
tain support for his ideas of taboo
ing 'a ball game on that day. If he
is satisfied that boating is preferred
by the large part of the people I
should think he would go ahead and
get up his races and expect the peo
ple to attend thorn.
Now, in my suggestions 1 will be
more liberal than is my friend. I say
have both, and let those who prefer
a ball game spend their afternoon
at the Makiki reserve, while Mr.
Eldredge, the Bulletin, and the
rest of bis sympathizers repair to
the foot of Fort street and take in
tho regatta. A baseball game I am
sure will take the place of the sports
usually indulged in on the "4th,"
and will I say bo a groat feature of
the day's programme. If it be as I
suggest I feel assuied that I shall
meet Mr. Eldredge at the ball in the
evening and be able to exchange
pleasant views wjth him on tho gen
eral, all around) good time had by
everybody on the 4th of July, 1889,
E. F Bljuov,
Chanced CotiHlltutlon nnil rintfarm
...Tlio Founder HtloUn to the Old
T hero wns a meeting of tho Ha
waiian Political Association at the
Yoscmlte skating rink yesterday
evening. Mr. John E. Bush, presi
dent, was in the chair, and John
Pol, secretary. When the meeting
got under way, there being about
sixty to seventy present out of a
membership roll of one to two thou
sand, a new constitution and pint-
form were submitted to the meeting.
Air. John Sheldon interpreted the
Mr. W. C. Achl moved that tho
preamble be amended by altering
the words, "for the good ol the Ha
wniiau," to read "for the good of
Mr. Dan Lyons raised the point
that the meeting was out of order,as
the constitution provided that it
could only be amended by the board
Mr. J. K. Nahale (member for
North Kona in 18S0) called Mr.
Lyons to order, as Mr. Achi's mo
tion was before the house. He was
utterly opposed to argument on the
old constitution, as tlioj were dis
cussing the new constitution.
The chair sustained the latter
point of order, and Mr. Achi's mo
tion being put was cariied almost
Section 1 was carried, declaring
the name of the body to bo the "Ha
waiian Political Association, estab
lished in Honolulu, A. D. 1889.
Section 2 was amend by striking
outthc words, "all pure Ilawaiians,"
and inserting "all voters," as those
eligible to membership.
Section 3 stating the officers to be
a president, five vice-presidents,
secretary, treasurer, and a board of
ten directors, was passed, an.aiiicnd
ment for one vice-president being
Section 4 was amended so as to
give the vice-presidents the power
of approving candidates jointly with
the president, instead of vesting
that power solely m the president,
.it ai. I
1 he president, before
amendment was put, stated that Mr
Dan. Lyons might assume that this
section was designed to take the
power away from him, but he want
ed it understood that on the adop
tion of the constitution he was to
resign, hen the presidency would
be ouen to Mr. Lyons or any other
man, black or white, who could
secure a majority of votes.
Section 5 passed, making the
vice-piesidents chairmen of the elec
toral wards of Honolulu.
Mr. Achi moved in amendment
to a subsequent section, "that
all who intended to run for
the Legislature pay So a month and
other members 25 cents a month as
duos to the Association."
Mr. R. W. Wilcox, in a ringing
speech that brought down the house,
moved that all dues be abolished,
which was carriud.
Other nrovisions carried were as
follows: All candidates for the Le
gislature must be bound by an oath,
administered by the board of direc
tors, to suppottthe principles of the
Association. All members must be
bound to support the straight ticket
of the Association. The constitu
tion may be changed' by a majority
at a special meeting called for the
The president Tead the draft of a
new platform, which left out entirely
the distinctive plank of the old one,
viz., the election of all important
oiflcials. An orally interpreted, there
being no English copy, the draft of
the platform is as follows:
"1. It shall be the purpose of
this Association to preserve mo
narchical institutions as they exist,
and to conserve the interests of all
"2. To reduce expenses of gov
ernment and to abolish all useless
offices and expenditures.
"3. To reconsider those parts of
the Constitution winch have an un
just bearing on certain classes of the
"4. To encouroge the industry
of the kingdom.
"5. To reduce the amount of
property qualification to voters for
"0. To encourage all progressive
enterprises originating within or
coming into the Kingdom.
"7. That two-thirds of the Legis
lature shall have the power to elect
"8. That the heads of the Gov
ernment shall have the power to ap
point the minor officers." (There
was some disagreement as to the
rendering of the last section.)
Mr. Dan. Lyons said : I want to
be set right in regard to this plat
form. 1 would like, ns a member of
the Ilui Kalaiuina, to know what we
are to do with the platform of seven
months ago. Fourteen hundred
Mr. W. C, Achi raised the point
that the discussion of the platform
was out of order until the members
should have signed the new consti
tution. Mr. Lyons Have we any connec
tion The President It is my opinion
that we atfi disconnected from the
old Association and thatweaie here
as a now Association, and that the
first duty is to elect new olllcers.
We should elect new officers before
Mr. Lyons As the organizer of
the old Association I propose to
keep it going and repudiate the
action of those who have formed
tbi AtiociaUeni t eo&ildar tiw
iaiuy B.tfLiaaflm! aoMpiAttut k, t
offloea of tho old Attoolnllon vnoatecl
and will call a meeting to have new
Mr. Achl asked tho Presidont to
rule Mr. Lyons out of order. They
had met under tho old Association
and adopted a constitution for
a new ouc. They proposed to
go ahead and not behind, nnd if
Dan. Lyons was n gentleman ho
would not come thcro to raise a dis
turbance. Tho meeting then concentrated
about the table to contribute coin
for paying the hall rent, and it being
after 10 o'clock tho members of the
preiis gallery adjourned.
The Chilean man-of-wnr Pllco
mayo arrived last evening, sixty
four days from Panama, In com
ing in the channel her bow went on
to the mud near the lighthouse. The
tug Eleu got up steam and going to
her assistance soon had her off,
without any damage being done. The
Pilcomnyo was built in England in
1874, has engines of 250 horse
power and a complement of 120 men.
She was here before, the latter end
of December, 188C. It is probable
she will remain hero three weeks.
Mr. II. Renjes, the actiug Chilean
Consul, went on board ihis morning.
Following is a list of her officers:
Captain Florencio Valenzuela.
Commander Joaquin Munve.
Lieutenants Vincente Meimo,
Darlo Espinosa, Luis Barcientos.
Sub-Lieutenants Jorje Pacheco,
Midshipmen Eduardo Hyatt, Ico
ico, Martin, Alfredo Portalappi,Abel
Valder, Carlos Fuensalida, Juan
Schroeder, Luis Barnbach, Fernan
Surgeon Alejandro Rojas.
Paymaster Albeito Valder.
Assistant Paymaster Daniel Azo
icar. Chief Engineer Archibaldo Mc
Houghtou. Assistant Engineer Moises Solar.
NUUANU VALLEY ROAD.
EoiTon Bulletin: For some five
days past about half-a-mile of the
Nuuan valley road, between the
Qliet'u Emma residence and Wylie
street, has been converted into a
river bed. A good sized stream has
been coursing down, carrying off
what little yet remained of the top
dressing, tendering the condition of
a bad road worse. Whether it
arises from the bursting of a water
pipe or the oveiflow of a natural
watercourse, your correspondent is
not aware. A compaiatively slight
expenditure upon this portion of
the road at the present time would,
on the "stitch in time" principle,
be in the line of economy, by saving a
greater outlay in the future. As
far as the mausoleum it has been
put into an excellent state of re
pair, but no further. X.
United Status Legation,
Honolulu, June 14, ltioO.
ALL ci'izens of the United State
residen' hero are invited to meet
at the Hawaiian Hotel, FRIDAY
EVEN INO. June 21st next, at 8 o'clock,
to consult in relcrence to the observ
ance ot tho Fourth of Jul v.
275 at GEO. W. MERRILL.
ALL persons having claims or do.
munds against the undersigned
are requested to prc-cnl them to Joseph
0. Carter for settlement o or before the
1st day of July next.
Honolulu June 14, ibolt. 281 2w
Polynesian Knees Wanted
A8 many copies ns can be obtnined of
the llrht volume only of Fornnn.
dei 's " 1'nlyncsinn lUces." for which
cood riiriees will be paid.
NEW Wilcoic & White Parlor
Orcan with eight stops Suitable
for school or church A fine instru.
merit. Apply at 57 Punchbowl btiot,
opposite N P. Mission Institute. 273 tf
First class Phaeton
in pel feet order:
roomy, light and easy
riding Side curtains, cushions and
leather uork faultless; paiuinew. Ap
ply at this olllce. 270 tf
A FIRST CLASS Tricycle in cood
condition, unliable for cither lady
A i pl at this office.
ralu. viih L'aniuiU, AlicroFCopc of
bjx powers, sun condenser, etc , all com
plete. A powerful and handy instru
ment. For further p'trtirulnrs inquire
of CHAS. HUSTAOE,
277 2 w King htteet.
Third and Last Gall !
MR. A. S. HARTWELL is requested
bv us to hrniL' lemil proceed inns
on nil bills not paid by JuneUQtli. Wo
respectfully request those who aru owing
ami ln'end to pay not to make it neccs-
bary to bring suits.
EGAN & CO.
5, 188D, 277 td
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 28 columiiB, purely local matter
Mailed tj foreign countries, 95 per
Fourth of July
Saturiay BveiimE, Juno 22
IN AID OF KAUMAKAPILI
Under the patronnco of 11. R
Prlnciss Llliuokalani, at
Commenting at 7:30 o'clock.
Chorus The Stars in Heaven ....
Duet Greetings Abt
Miss Dora Dowsett and Miss Mabel
Solo The Btitterily Liebcr
Trio Largo Beethoven
Messrs. M. II. Jones, J. F. Brown
and Dr. Day.
Solo O Schoune Zeit, O Seeligo
Mr. P. Isenberg, Jr.
Chorus Lullaby of Life Lcslio
Solo Bunch of Violets l'insuti
Mrs. J. II. Puty.
l'iuno Allegro con Brio. .Beethoven
Duet From Our Little Swiss
Miss Dom Dowtutt and Miss Mubel
Trio Allegro Haydn
Messrs. Dr. Day, J. F. Brown and
M. H. Jones.
Solo Weary Snow
Mr. D. Kunioc.
Qunrtet Spirit Immortal . .Rossini
Mrs. Puty and Miss ton Holt, Mr.
Atkinson and Air. Iaukea.
TICKETS, : t $1.00.
To be had at Mr. J. E. Brown's and
at the door. 2S0 3t
Lewis J. Levlt
Colored Minstrels !
Season of Four Nights
. sCOMMEXCING ON1-"
Saturday, June 29th.
CBox plan for hctiion tickets now
Eg1" Box plan for secured seats for the
opening night will tic open at 9 o'clock
Tnurcday morning, June 27th, at L. i.
CT Positively no notice can be liken
for seats except on pcifonal application.
1889 4th JULY 1889.
A CHOICE LOT OF
Fireworks of Every Description
Just received from the
California Fireworks Comp'y
FOR SALE BY
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
2w Corner of Qupci & Fort sts.
Notice to Shippers.
THE Steamer "Pelc,"
will heieaftcr eiviy
all freights for the follow
lngporisln Kom, lz: hni'ua, llolua
loa, Kcnuhou. Kaawaloa and Napnnpoo.
ler Older, J. EXA,
Secretary I. I. S. N Co
Honolulu June 20, 1869 2-0 2t
Notice to Shippers.
HER '"AFTER no fi eight
will be iceeived on
the Steamer "JliUhula,"
after 4 o'clock p. m , on the day of sail
ing. Per Order,
Secretary I 1. S. N. ' 'o
Ilonolll'u, June 20, 889. 280 '2t
K OTICE of REMOVAL.
E. C. HOWE. P-iintcr. has
moved his iditto of bu-iness into
the building lately occupied by the
Pacific Hose Co., King street, near Fort.
Lost or Mislaid.
CERTIFICATE No. 241 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone titock (.landing
in the name of C. K. Slillman, on which
ttausfer has been stopped. Finder please
return to Mr. O. K, Stillman or to the
Ht-u.KTiN Ofll e. 27ld0'w.if
New Zealand Jams 1 .
JUST received a conf igninent of Now
Zealand Jnmu, assorted cases. For
sale at low priors bv
J E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street,
Dissolution of Partnership,
NOTICE is hereby given that tho
partner-bin in the "Ciiterion Sa.
loon," iu Honolulu, lately FubsUting be
tween James Dodd ami Harry Miller,
under the firm name of Dodd & Miller,
wu dissolved on the 18th day of Juno,
lfiO, by mutual conbent. All debts
owing to the said parlnirship aro to he
received by the taul James Dodd, and
all demands on the Fuid partnership are
to bu presumed to him for pivmcnt.
Honolulu, Juno 18, tf Wt 7B lw
jv&b oi, i$p.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
IS VESTS'! WGJ-
On Saturday Evening, June 22,
AT 7:H0 O'CLOCK,
At the Store of EGAN & CO., Fort St., I
will sell at Public Auction, tho
Bnlance of Stock, com.
CLOTHING, SOCKS, HATS,
UndefthUK Drawer?, Nick Wear,
blLKS aud tUllNd,
Large vnrlety of
Parasols, Lnces, Toilet Articles,
Uru'-hps and Oomb',
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Goods to bo sold. No Re
JAS. P. MOllGAN,
On MONDAY, Juno 24th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31,
At the residence of It Cnjfoid, (Cham
crlain Premises), corner "f King street
and Knwniuliin L'inc I will nel! at
Public Auction, Household Furniture,
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET,
3 Light Chandeliers,
B. W. Marble top Tables,
Largo Rugs, Pictures,
Painted Bedroom Set,
Mattruescs, Voranda Chairs,
Uanary lilrils, flic
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On TUESDAY, Jfcno 25th,
AT lO O'CLOUU A. 91.,
At the residence of Mrs. llcndonca,
King strep', opposite Kawaiahao Church,
I will sell at I'ublic Auction, the House,
hold Furniture, comprising:
Upholstered Lounge I
B W. Whatnot, Pictures,
Lace Curtains, Rugs,
Bedsteads and Mattiasses,
CrouUery and Glassware,
1 Osceola Range & Utensils,
Etc., Etc., Eu., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AT lO O'CLOCK. A. 31..
the rc-idcncc of Mr J B. Waller.
uuii-u Avenue, above the residence ot
lli-v A. Muckiutosh, 1 will sell at Public
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
1 Handsome Upholstered Parlor Set,
.M'irl le.top Center 'able,
Vienna Chairs, Lamps,
1 Iitirj;e Cabinet Orchcfttronc,
In flue tone;
1 lil ick Walnut Ikdn om Set,
B. W. Wardrobe & BookcaBe,
Iron Kedriiends, Wooden Uedstcadr,
Antique Oak Dining table,
Cioekury and GlaBware,
Stove & Kitchen Utensils !
Carpenter and Garden Tools,
1 Fine bhui Gun,
1 Gentle Carriage Horse,
Brown Leghorn Fowls,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
pp- Articles will be ou view on TUES
DAY, Juue 25th.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Fir Sale at Pole Aaclioi
At the auction room of James F.
On Mondny, July 1, 'SO,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 91.,
By order of Ca-llo & Cooke,
Of the New Issuo of
Pala Plantation (Consolidated) Stock
The Paia Plantation issnos 8 050 now
Shares on acquiring Grove Ranch Plan
tation, of uhich new issue the ahovu21
Sh'ires aie for ba'e. 2781 t
NOTICE to CllEDITOKS.
NOTICE is hereby given to all per.
'sous having claim.) against tho
estuto of A. Kaunui, di ceased, to present
tho nmu! to the undoislgned cxecutois,
within six mouths from tho date of this
notice or ihey will bo forever Imr't-d,
E. II BAILEY,
Walluku, Maul, Juno 1, 16S. m 1W
Carriage Manufacturing Go.
-FOR SALE AT
All Kinds of Carriage
Solicited at Very
Our PATENT BREAKS originntccl in Honolulu by us .have been
Reduced j5 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, llims,
Pltuikotc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
flPflPALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE, jgf
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho Now Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mate
rials, iu white, plain and figured ; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine Lamb's Wool Underwear, Flannel Coats and Testa
All-wool Oyorshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by tho "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FISHEP,,
Tho Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
LAND, H"uso and Furni
ture for sale nt Kamanti
uai, Honolulu. Enquire of
Cottauo on Mer
strcet. near Ala-
nil luul Park.
Good bat inir Apply to
J. T. WATERIIOUSE'S
STORE TO LET
THE Store lately occupied
by E. C. Rowe, Way's
Hl ck, Klnc stret t, at reason
able rental. Possession given at ouco
Ifitf if J. G. ROTHWELL.
"" TO LET.
I7URNISHED Rooms to let,
. southwest corner of
Punchbowl and Berctaniu
-trrels, would bo very convenient for a
-niiill family. 255 Gin
Desirable Cottage To Let
GOTTA'tE. corner King and
South streets, less than
10 minutes walk from Post
OlHco. Lofty looms, all conveniences
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 .Met chant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
1 EXCELLENT Stibles con
It tainlng lit Stalls, Cottage
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
south street, near King, formerly occu.
pied by Mr. White, ptoprietor of the
Pulama Bus. To lei on very moderato
terras. Apply to
. jr. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 Merchant street.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated in
Walalua, Ouliu, 11. 1., com
a largo houso with 10 rooms,
lichen, nantrv. barn etc.. 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taro aud other
vegetables, and a ricn piihiuro oi np
acres within half a mile. Pure water is
brought to tho house and grounds from
never failing springs, tho supply of
which can bo indefinitely iucnasedin
quantity. Turn) is a good carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to the
steam boat landing, less than half u
mile dUtant, wheiu steamers from the
city touch three times a week. '1 ho pic.
turesquo i-ccnery, flno climate and un.
rivalled water piivilcsu miiko this a
most d'-sirablo place for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further Inform vtlon apuly to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Houolulu.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NEW Ciitundtr Oar
riago just finished
and handsomely trimmed
in first class style must be immediately
sold to clo."u an assignment, can be seen
at W H Pugu's c ii riago manufactury,
No. 128 Fort btreet
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AQENOY.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
& ffagon Repairing
LARGE INVOICE OF-
iA1 us. aiUJNKUE, lames' nurse.
JUL removed to No. 3, Eukui lane.
FILTER PRESSES !
PAAOIIAO Pl.ANTATrON, )
HAWAir, March 9, 1888. J
Risdon Iron & Locomotive Works,
Gentlemen: We have used two of
your 3U-chambored Filter Presses this
season. They are convenient, easily
bandied and are working entirely to
our satisfaction. I can recommend no
improvement on them.
Very reaped fully yours,
(Signed) . MOORE,
Manager Paauhai' Plantation.
These Frcssci are made extra heavy
for hitrli pressures, occupies a floor
space 11 feet by 4 feet, and presents a
filtering surface of 240 square feet.
A limited number in stuck in Hono
lulu and are sold at vory low prices.
Bisdon Iron & Loco. Worki.
CSTFor particulars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 Spreckels' Block.
2250 tf W. G. Irwin & Co.. Agonts.
A Delicious Summer Drink 1
Delivered at 60 and 70 cts per dozen.
Tahiti Lemonade Works
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
2071 2 Merchant Street. lm
A fine assortment of
GENUINE HAYANA CIGARS 1
Also, a fresh lot of
Large and Small.
For Sale In Bond or Duty Paid,
Crlnbaum & Co.,
Qutsa Bum, m
. HjM&tttsm. 'lilfciitaiA' 'iAJSmiiiMiUr .-& & --. , ;, . .
a. " r !
A- ftMkitiMm&ti;M '" 'thr ' -'&-?- Vine 'i
? Jk I