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In accordance with Sec. 1. ol chap
ter XXV II. of the Lnws of 1880.
All persons holding water privi
leges or thoso paying water rates, are
hereby notified that tho waler rales
for the term ending December
31, 1$89, ivill be due and paynblo ut
. tbpHplJice of the Honolulu Water
"Works on the first of July, 1889.
All such rales remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying uites will please
present their last receipt.
Rates are payablo at the office of
the Water Works in the Knpuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion
strict enforcement of this clause will
CHAS. B. WILSON.
Supt. Hono. Water Works.
Honolulu, June 18, 1889. 278 2w
Notice to Personal Tax-payers
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 08 of the
Session Laws of A. D. 1888.
"All personal taxes shall be due
and payable on and after the 1st day
of July of each year, and may be
collected by the proper officers 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.
TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1889.
A weak point in the Constitution
of Japan is that Government officials
are eligible for election to Parlia
ment. It may be surprising to many to
hear the statement, found in a re
cent London despatch to the New
York Tribune, that two-thirds of
the British House of Commons are
bimctallists. Mr. Balfour, the
Irish Secretary, is one, but Mr.
Gladstone is a champion of the sin
gle ;old standard.
Washington city was flooded about
the same time ns the occurrence of
the Johnstowndisasier. The Poto
mac overflowed and caused a loss of
over half a million dollars, which
fell chiefly on Government property.
The fires in the engine house of the
"Washington monument were put out
bv the water. No lives were lost.
THE JURY SYSTEM.
A great deal has been written in
the Adcrliser and in the Hilo Re
cord about the jury system. All
the wisdom thus expended has, how
ever, left the system as it was. No
practical suggestion, except that
care should be exercised in selecting
juries, has been made. With the
selecters, however, it is a kind of
Ilobson's choice in picking out
jurors. The stated and understood
exemptions are so many that the
rota comes from a very limited num
ber, so that the same faces are seen
year after year, sometimes term
after term, in the box.
Often it happens that the best
class of jurors available are in a
strict view of the proprieties not
satisfactory to try specific cases. In
a small business community, where
trading jealousy runs deep if not
high, amanVpeers" are sometimes
thejones he had rather not try his
cause. A verdict by one jury of a
thousand dollars damages, and by
another in the same case of fifteen
hundred dollars, show that some
thing else than justice tipped the
scales. Occasionally a jury is too
intelligent, feeling competent to
deliberate upon matters that have
not only not been submitted, but
hare been expressly excluded by tho
Court. This development of super
sagacity has now and then rendered
an additional trial necessary.
Suoh r jury as that just men
tl&nofl In only lean ftf pn evl tlmr,
one largely composed of mon lack
ing principle and a standing in the
community. Jurors have time and
again hecn heard at the very exit
from tbc Government building, with
tho Judge's caution to speak to no
body outside about the case still
ringing in their cars, to declare in
substance that a designated parly in
the case had "no show" with that
The only remedy that in our mo
desty we should recommend for the
improvement of juries is the wiping
away of all exemptions except of the
Justices of the Court themselves,
the aged, nnd the imbecile. This
would greatly broaden the scope for
choice of panels. Where every man
is liable to have weighty interests of
his own put at judicial slake, it
ought to be every man's duty to
serve in turn upon juries. As peo
ple sometimes attend funerals upon
the principle that one day they will
need that others should bury them
selves, so nobody knows when he
will require a fairminded jury to
deliberate upon issues affecting his
property, liberty, or even life. One
of the most absurd agreements come
to between the Honolulu and Hilo
sages," previously referred to, is that
it is manifestly improper that such
a personage as tho engineer of a
sugnr mill should do jury service.
The engine i r and his employers
ought to accept the accident of his
being drawn on a jury with as much
complaisance as tuey do the en
forced suspension of grinding from
the breaking of a roller pinion. And
the results are riot likely to be more
serious than the loss to the planting
corporation of a portion of Caisar's
dues which otherwise old Ciusar
might be cheated out of on the 1st
of July by the mill baring a week's
start of the assessor.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
The music business of the Ha
waiian News Company is decidedly
increasing, judging by the large
new stock received on the last
steamer, and now being opened.
First of all must be mentioned two
magnificent Fischer pianos. This
latter firm has been established fifty
years and they have 80,000 pianos
in daily use. These two are very
fine toned and like the others re
ceived by the News Company will
not remain long without a purchas
er. They arc peculiarly adapted
for this climate and a guarantee of
live years is given with them.
There are also four organs of the
Story and Clarke make, and all fine
toned and first-class instruments. A
complete stock of other instruments,
string and wind, also arrived. Mr.
F. E. Nicholls has charge of this
department and will gladly furnish
any particulars required.
. WAIKIKI VILLA BATHS.
A felt want in Honolulu has been
that of a bathing place where ladies
and children could enjoy a sea bath
in comfort. Mr. Hamilton John-
son has now supplied the lack with
very commodious and eleganl baths
at his residence, "Waikiki Villa."
IIu has had erected a two-story
building well finished and painted
within and without. The lower fiat
contains the dressing rooms and a
large open apartment for resting in,
before or after bathing, furnished
with chairs and tables. Upstairs
are several airy and nicely furnish
ed rooms for permanent lodgers at
the homelike "Villa." The bath
dressing rooms are superior in finish
and comfort to anything hitherto
provided here and to the generality
of such establishments elsewhere.
Fresh water shower baths and fau
cets are furnished, especially de
sirable for washing off adhering
sand from the beach.
The section of beach commanded
by the house is one of the finest in
the whole htretch, getting Ihe best
of the rolluis from over the reef and
having a comparatively smooth bot
tom. Mr. Johnson was induced to
undertake this enterprise from tho
large number of applications he was
receiving to hire his private bath
house to family parties. His inten
tion is so to conduct the establish
ment that Indies and children will
at all limes be assured of quiet,
comfort and cleanliness in the in
dulgence of surf battling.
"Waikiki Villa," besides being
inadequate to the demand for board
and lodging from towns-people, lias
proved to be a veritable sanitarium
to ladies and gentlemen coming
from ahioad for rest and health.
Its homelike comforts and bathing
facilities have in many cases been
wonderfully restoring to jaded and
feeble constitutions. An arbor
close to the beach mid n spacious
drawing room lauai in the house,
with a smooth grass lawn between,
are most inviting to cool and calm
repose. When lighted up at night
the tastefully decorated lanai, with
its lattice work and open space bc
Iqw tho roof, affords a sceno rivet
ting to an esthetic eye and compara
blo to nothing outside of fairyland.
THE ONLY READABLE PA
PER in the Kingdom "The
Dally Bulletin," SO cunts per month.
ftAWT riDLtiWli 0.Wjtttilh ft, i..
TliiS. S. Umatilla Bails on Friday,
July fth, for Snn Francisco with
The Parker party numbering ill
nil eight did not go by the Alameda,
so leave on the Umatilla. They all
go through to England.
Mrs. Paul Neumann with her son
goes through to Germany where
Miss Neumann is at school.
Rev. E. G. l'ortcr of Lexington,
Mass., who has boon staying in the
inlands the past month, re turns to his
home after two years' absence. lie
has delivered several interesting lec
tures here, and visited Kauai, Ha
waii and the Volcano. Mr. Porter
will leave many friends behind who
wish him a safe return home.
Miss U. K. Wyckoff of the East
Maui Seminary, goes direct to Oak
land, Gal., probably to remain.
Mrs. G. F. Fanning and her
daughter Miss Lulu Vanning, the
talented young painter who has fre
quently placed artistic work on ex
hibition in this city, return to Oak
land after a stay of seven months in
Mr. J. A. Hopper goes to San
Francisco to meet Mrs. Hopper nnd
daughtur, and see them safely on
their way to the East.
A party of ladies and gentlemen
who came up from the Colonies on
the Alameda and stayed over to get
a glimpse of the "Paradise of the
Pacific," will continue their journey.
The Samoan warriors with their
managers, Messrs. C. A. Cunning
ham and J. S. Cottrell, and an in
terpreter go to the -States to astonish
the "natives" there with their war
dances, songs, etc.
Mr. A. Fernandez, wife and child
will visit different parts of Califor
nia and be absent three months.
Mr. T. II. Foster, President of
the Inter-! sland Steam Navigation
Company, will make one of his re
gular quarterly visits to the Coast,
combining business with pleasure.
Mr. "Walter II. Frear, who has
been studying with Mr. A. S. Hart
well, goes direct to Yale law school.
He will pass an examination, enter
the senior class and graduate in
1890. His sister, Miss II. Frear of
the staff of the Kawaiabao Female
Seminary, goes to Oakland and will
Rev. W. C. Mcrritt, President of
Oahu College, and Mrs. Mcrritt are
booked. Mrs. Mcrritt with her
niece, Miss Carrie D. Robertson,
will certainly leave for Oakland to
enjoy a few weeks with friends. As
to Mr. Mcrritt he is undecided, for
the reason of the extensive altera
tions and additions contemplated to
the Piinahou Preparatory School,
which he thinks will require his at
tendance near at hand. However,
as he deserves a vacation, the
chances are Mr. Mcrritt will be on
the deep blue sea Friday night.
The Misses Rickafd of Uonokaa
leave for England to complete their
education. They go in charge of
Miss J. B. Masscy, sister of Mrs. J.
II. Wodchoubc, who remains in Eng
land for good.
The U. S. flagship Omaha has
been granted permission to survey
the coast of Japan and for the ma
rines to land at any uiiopen port.
A battilion of 150 men from the
American warships landed at Yoko
hama to assist in celebrating Mem
roial Day. Comrade John G. Til
den commanded the compnny of
veterans and delivered the address
of the day.- Lieut. Chas. A. Foster
of the Omaha read a poem composed
A Netherlands man-of-war is to
be docked at Yokohama, to be lac
quered below water mark as a trial.
Japan has six warships in con
struction at home and abroad.
It is believed at New York that
the new cruiser Chicago will go as
flagship to the European squadron,
and that Commodore J. G. Walker
will go in command with an acting
rear admiial's commission as the re
lief of acting Rear Admiral Greer.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
NUUANU STltEET LINE.
ItiMliop Willi' Jtcceptioii!
Extra Cars This Afternoon i-
Cars will leave Ksplnn.ide, 2s77 r. m.;
Pinion, 3 ;20, ami every half hour from
each end until '1:07 p. n. from Esplanado
nnd 0:00 v. m. from I'auoa. 2!50 It
BY Energetic Man who understands
German and English languages, a
situation in a store, or driver of delivery
wagon or wholesale housu. Host of re.
ferenccs given Aply at this oflleo.
SAVINGS Pass Hook No. .173, of
Claus Spreckcls & C'o.'s Hank, favor
A. T. Tyler, having been lost or stolen,
all persons aio warned ag.ilnst nogo.
tinting the same.
28!) 2w A. T. TYLER.
A GOLD Hrooch with small pearl in
center, cithvr on King street cars
or on Fort street. The finder will bo
proporly rewarded on leaving at this
oiilcc. 284 tf
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING;
JL advertise it in the "Dally Iiulltitin."
Just nrrlvcd from Samoa per S. S.
FOB 3 DAYS OJNLST !
Monday, July 1, '89,
And dally from 2 o'clock to 10
o'clock 1. m.
Will leave for Han Frnnclco per S. S.
UmiUllln, July 5th.
Will be introduced In Nutivo Cestume
War Danoes, Club Throwing and
Willi varieties of
DANCING ami SINGING.
General tVdmhaion :
Children under 12 years
f 0 cents
BSySnechl arrangements can be made
with schools. 2H9 4t
Notice to Policy Holders
Of the United States.
YOU arc respectfully requested in
cac any statements are made by
agents of other companies against the
Equitable or its methods, lo lay the
mutter promptly beforo
A. J. OARTWRIGHT.
281 tf General Agent for Haw. fs.
Lost or Mislaid.
CERTIFICATE No. 211 for 20 shares
.Mutual Telephone Stock standing
in tho liamo of C. K. Stillman, on which
transfer has been slopped. Kinder please
return to Mr. O. K. Stillman or to the
Bulletin OfhVo. 271d.9'2v.tf
Notice to Shippers.
V-jf:. rpinc Steamer "Pele,"
SffKB J- will hereafter earn'
all freights for the follow
ing ports in Ivoni, viz: Kailua, Ilolua
loa, Ivenuhou, Kauwnloa and Nnpoopoo.
Per Order, J. ENA,
Secretary 1. 1. S. X. Co.
Honolulu, June 20, 1S80. 2S0 2t
Notice to Shippers.
te TTEREAFTER no freight
pSS5 JLL will be received oil
the Steamer "Miknhalu,"
after 4 o'clock p. m , on the day of sail
ing. Per Order,
J. EX A,
Sccrctarv I. 1. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, June 20, 880. 2S0 '2t
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
XIR. E. C. ROWE, Taintcr, has
lTX moved his place of hm-incss into
the building lately occupied by ihe
Paeilic Hose Co., King Etrcct, near Fori.
NOTICE oi REMOVAL.
ItS. R. CAYFORD is removing
from the "Chamberlain Picnii.
ses," lung street, to JNo ;n Alauea blruct,
wlicic she will he glad to recti vu her
old and new roomers on or about .Inly
2, 188!). 284 lw
MRS. E. W. OHLOFF jequcsts that
all claims saving those of car
riage biro or liquor against her bus.
bind, Mr. E W. Orloll' belter known in
Honolulu as John F. Smith, be pre
tented lo her at an ea.dy date, at "Ka.
peim Cottage," Eigle House Premises
A LL pen-on s having claims
2jL mauds against ilie undersigned
nro requested to present them In Joseph
O. Carter for settlement oa or before the
1st day of July next.
Honolulu June 14, 1839. 281 2w
1ERSON3 who are willing to sub.
scribe towards defiaying the ex
penses of tho 4th of July Celebration
and hovp not boon called upon by the
Finance Committee, will tlnd at-ubs-crip-linn
list with Mr. F. E. Nichols, ut tho
Hawaiian News C'o.'s Store, Merchant
street. J. G. SPENCER,
Chairman Finance Committee.
HOLDING an auctioneer's license, I
am now propnred to act in that
capacity anywhere in this district. I
will ubo attend to tho collecting of
rents, also of bills, on this and the other
Islands. My terms will bu modulate
and I shall by strict -attention to husi.
ness, hope to receive n share of tho
h. b. bailey.
Kawunpne, Makawao, Maul, June 14,
18B. 278 Ira
Per S. S. Umatilla,
At The Beaver Saloon
11. J. NOLTJB, Proprietor.
t . "t iX" . I. ' -
., w - ,i .
3' Wjli fftml !
iTYiLV 8. iHUft,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Btcnmslilp
Will leave Honolulu for tho nbbvo
Friday, July 5th,
For Freight or Passage, npply to
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agonta.
1889 4th JULY 1889.
A CHOICE LOT OF
Fireworks of Every Description
Just received from tho
California Fireworks Coiup'y
roil sam: bv
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
2S0 2w Comer of Queon & Fort sts.
SUGAR PLANT !
The Entire Plant of tho
Is offered For S.ilc. Tho Machinery
is in perfect working order
nnd consist of
One 26x48 Mill witli Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complcto,
1 Pair ol Boilers GxZO,
1 Douulo Effect G and 7 foot Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 foct with Blake Pump,
3 Weston Ccnlrilugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
Clariiiers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
Cane Carts & Gcn'l Plantation
Delivery will be given after next crop
has been harvested, say about July 1,
E2TFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kobala, Hawaii.
Assets, : : $90,000,000,00
" Facts are Stubborn Things."
At every ago, on every premium
tabic, and in every year, the AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies
of the Now York Life Insurance Co.
have been LARGER than thote OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY issuing
gjBTFor particulars apply to
c. it. jitiitmt,
Gcn'l Agent Hawaiian Iblands.
E BUY -$a
Third unci Lust Call !
TVTR. A. S
IIARTWELT is requested
JLTjL by us to hriui;
iy us to iiriiii; ieiial nroccedines
on all bills not paid by Juno liOlh. Wo
respectfully request those who ai o owing
and intend to pay not to muke it neces
sary to bring suits.
EGAN & CO.
Houolulu, Juno 16, 1860. 277 td
HE ONLY LIVE PAPER of
Honolulu "The Dally Bulletin."
60 cents per month.
Ladies! Have You
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
AND ASK FOR THE -
S&- ALL THE
Oarriage Manufacturing Go.
Pliaetons, VjkJggL fiiois
-FOR SALE AT
All EMs of Camap
Solicited at Very
Our PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu by us liavo been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, llims,
Planketc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
gALL AT A GREATLY
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of New
Zealand .lams, assorted cases. For
sale at low prices bv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
NEW Wilcox & White- Parlor
Orc.in with eleht stons. Suitable
for school or church A floe instru
ment. Apply at 57 Punchbowl btreet,
opposite N P. Mission Institute. 273 tf
ratus with Camera. Microscope of
six powers, sun condenser, etc , all com.
pletc. A powerful and handy instru.
ment. For further particulars inquiro
of CHAS. HUSTAOE,
277 2w King Btreet.
A NEAT Cottapc on Mer
chad street, near Ala.
kea. Apply to
STOItE TO LET
THE Store lately occupied
by E. O. Rowe, Way's
Black, King street, at reason-
rental. Possession given (,t once.
J. G. ROTHWELL.
FURNISHED Rooms to let,
southwest corner of
Punchbowl and Bcrctiinia
streets, would be very convenient for n
small family. 255 Cm
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
EXCELLENT Stables con
taming 13 Stalls, Cotlugo
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
boutli btreet, neariKIng, foimerly occu.
pied by Mr. White, proprietor of tho
Puhima Bus. To let on very moderato
terms. Apply lo
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 Merchant street.
THE 'Kmerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated in
Waialua, Oahu, II. I com
nrMng a largo lioto with 10 rooms,
kitcheu, pantry, barn, etc., 11 acres ot
choice land now partly in taro and other
vegetables, and a rich pasture of (tj
acres within half a mile. Pure water is
brought to the house and grounds from
never failing springs, tho supply of
which can he Indefinitely increased in
quantity. Thero is a good carriugo road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to tho
steam boat landing, less than half a
mile distant, where steamers from tho
city touch three times a week. The pic
turcEipio t-ccnory, fine climate and un
rivalled water piivllcgo muko this a
most desirable plico for a country re
treat and sanitarium, Terms moderate.
For further information apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW Cntundtr Oar.
rlago lust finished
and handsomely trimmed
In first class btyle must ho immediately
sold to closo au assignment, can be seen
at W. II. Page's carriugo manufactury.
No. 13S Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
I, iiifyjiiiJ'iit,'u 'u;i'. ..,-.
' rtiMi .
Seen the Latest?
GO EAST. g&
Etc., Etc., Etc.
A BARGAIN Jg3
& ffapn Eepairina:
LARGE INVOICE OF-
NOMINATIONS will be received by
the Secretary of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club up to June 30, 1889, S3,
FUTURITY STAKES of 1891 For 2
year olds Hawaiian Bred Horses;
sweepstakes of $50, added. First
Instalment on naming $5 each.
HAWAIIAN DKRtiY of 1892 For 3
year olds Hawuiian Bred Horses;
sweepstakes of $100; Hawaiian Jockey
Club Cup added. First installment on
naming $ j each.
The following installments nre also
due on June 80, 1889:
Futurity Stakes of 1890, 2nd install.
ment $15 00
Hawaiian Derby of lb90, 2nd install.
ment $15 00
Hawaiian Derby of 1891, 2nd install.
ment $15 00
C. O. BERGER,
275 14t Secretary H. J. O.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paaoiiau Plantation, )
Hawaii, March 9, 1888. J
Itisdim Iron &, Kioromotlve Works
Gentlemkn: Wo have used two of
your 30-chamborcd Filter Presses this
season. They are convenient, easily
handled and arc working entirely to
our satisfaction, I can recommend no
improvement on them.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Manager Paauhau Plantation.
Theso Presses are made, extra heavy
for hijih pressures, occupies n lloor
space 11 feet by 4 feet, and presents a
filtering surface of 240 square feet.
A limited number in slock In Hono
lulu and arc sold at very low prices.
Risdon Iron & Loco, Works.
CSJTFor particulars enquire of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room No. 3 SpreckelB' Block.
2250 tf W. O. Irwin & Co.. Agents.
A Delicious Summer Drink I
Delivered at 60 and 75 cts per dozen,
Tahiti Lemonade WorltB
J. E. BROWN & CoM
W S3 Merchant Btreet. la
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