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Holders of water privileges, or
those paying water ratee, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes, are
from': 0 o'clock to 8 o'clock a. si.,
and"4Vcloekto C o'clock P. M.
j&lbthOty found violating th'enbove
rule will be liable to have their supply
of water cut off. ,
C11AS. B. WILSON,
"tSUpt. Honolulu Wuter Works.
L. A. Tuurbtom,
. , , Minister of Interiori
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 294 tf
Honolulu Tax Assessor's Office.
From and after July 1, 1889, the
undersigned, Deputy Anneeeor and
Collector of Taxes for the District of
Kona, Island of Oahu, will ho in his
office in the Kapuahwt Building on
each day of the week (Sundays ex
cepted), from 9 o'clock until 4 o,'elock
(excepting Saturdays when the office
will close at 12 o'clock noon), for the
purpose of receiving the returns of
all persons liable to taxation in
jfjAH returns must be made to
the undersigned not lutor than July
31, 1889, or no appeals can'fiy law be
Special attention is herewith diawn
by the undersigned to the fact that
no return is valid in law unless sworn
to before the Assessor, Deputy As
sessor, Notary Public, or some other
person authorized to administer
Bljnk forms on which to mako re-
cim be had daily during the
iTof vmiv'on application at'tlic
office of the undersigned.
Deputy 'Assessor and Collector of
Taxes for District of Kona, In
land of 0.ihu.
W. L. Green,
Notice to Personal Tax-pay.ers
The underbigued Assessors and
(Collectors of Taxob for the General
Taxation.Divisions of the Kingdom
would respectfully call thcrnttenUon
of the ttx-payeih to the New Law in
icganl to the -payment- of personal
taxes., Section 58., Chapter (!8 of the
.Session Laws of A. D.ISSS' ol
"All personal taxes shall be duo
and payable on-aiid'iifterlhe 1st day
of July of each year, and may be
collected byOthe '.prober -oiTicertV'Ut
any time after such date."
C. A. IJROWN A'Sse&fir" Col
lector of Taxes, lt Division.
II . G. TREADW'AV, Assessor &
Colli-ctni of Tuxes. 2nd Division.
H. C. AOSflN.r Assessor & Col-J
lector of'Taxes, 3rd Division.
.1.' k. farley: "ais'cssoV &r coi-
lectoi of Taxes, 4th"Tiiysion.
V'Wfrf to het'lJber Sect 'nor Party,'
But established foK-ihcbencfit of all.
MONDAY, JULY g. 1889.
The, planking of Smith street
bridge isroportcd rotten. In tno
weeks the closing exeicisea of St.
Louis College take place, involving
a large amount of wheeled traffic
over he bridge. Attention to its
cond't'QU'aV'ou'd therefore "e PromP1'
A corrganpntlent of the San Fran
cisco "Cll urges the United States
Government to secure a semi
monthly mail service between San
Francisco and, the Australian Color
nies. It Is to 'be hoped a mighty
host 'of writers will follow this one
and make an availing agitation.
jftipran unusual delay, denoting
carefulness of selection,' the posi
tion 'of Minister Resident of the
United States at Honolulu has been
filled. Mr. Stevens, the- coining in
jcuinbent, has the advantage of being
,flonewliRt experienced iu. diplomacy.
It is tooearly.to offer any remarks
in the- line of the maxim, "Welcome
the 'coming,' speed tbo parting
THE COHTEMPf CASE.
Editoh Buttxm initio a lawyer's
duty to bo fearless in asserting what
ho deems to be law, whether his
view happens tQ accord with popu
lar or the judicial view for the time
or not. It is equally Ins duty to
demand that legal rights bo assert
cd in the way and according to the
forms piovided by law.
The recent contempt case may
serve as a study, in more senses
than as a question of law ; hut I
propose to consider some of its legal
usihcIs. The pi oin Ulv or itnpio-
piiety of the Attorney-General's
liwtlon in nol. pros'ing the case in
which this question nrose Has notli
lug to do iu foul with his legal right
to do so ; but most persons will not
consider the right itself upart from
the question whether it ought to
'have been exercised in this particu
The Attorney-General's assertion
of such light and declining to go on
with Crown business while the light
was undecided, is not of itself con
tempt of Court, as I think, and
theiefore I imagine that there was
something in the manner and tone
In which the right was asserted,
which led the judge to regard it as
The Ciown need not bring up any
cases for trial, and the Attorney
General is the only one to decide
when he is ready to pioseoute or not
to piosecute. Of course he acts on
his olllcial responsibility. If he fails
to biing on cases or get them post
poned, accused persons will be
aiquilted, and he would have to
bun tlif blame.
But if tln.rc was a case of con
tempt, notwithstanding the Attorney-General's
liiscl.iiiner of inten
tion to show disrespect, I think it
is to be regretted that the legality
of the warrant of imprisonment for
that cause was not tested in Court,
by lmbeas corpus or otherwise. The
Conn has power to fine and itn
piison for contempt, but is not the
exclusive judge of what is or is not
contempt, otherwise justice might
become a "roaring" faice. But
looking at this as a case of actual
contempt, the question of the power
of Court to iinpiison the Attorney
General for such cause seems to me
so ital to orderly continuance of a
'constitutional government that I am
sorry that its decision by the full
Court was not 1 cached. The war
lant of anestdid not specify th.it
the imprisonment should be in a
stone cell, with bolted iron door, at
Oahu jail, where a prisoner is in
common with thieves and muiderers
liable to have the usual prison garb
and fare, nor did it specify that the
Attorney-General should be other
wise treated thau as any common ma
lefactor. Butlhefactthat 11 warrant
may authoiize such treatment of
the head of an executive depailincnt,
for such cause, and not for a crim
inal charge, is in my opinion rea
son fpr looking upon it as a course
whielK would 'throw 'into confusion
tlieiudicial and executive poweis of
irrrV'TTT. ... i'i,i ;t ;t ...1-0,1
can a judge do, if the'head of an ex
ecutiv,e,departnfent were to interrupt
his'eourt with Borne outrageous con
duct'!1 I reply that the dignity and
order of the couit and respect for its
lawful order must always be pie
scrved 3 bijt that, in order to Ho so,
I should not adopt imprisonment.
yMoiconcr, GovexniMontas not meant
to be intrusted .to villains or black
guards,,cflher"in'higu executive 01
judicial jiositions, and suppoiitions
o wfia.t ,ia tq be done iu extreme
cases, for whicli'only the lemr-uy of
impeachment or vote of want'Of con
fidence is' provided' by the Gonstilu
lion, arc useless. -
-If, 'howevtir,' a clearly illegal or
unconstitutional order of imprison
ment be made bv "a iudae, it is a
question of' public as well as of pri
vate, interest,, w liethersuch order
shall be obeyed or resisted. On
this question theie.can be no doubt
of one's duty, which is, to obey the
order if it is made in due form of law,
and to givT'all presumptions of fact
in favor of its locality until its illegal
ity is declared judicially, provided
theie is any me.ms of obtaining a
judicial hearjng oil the question be
fore the supposed wrong is inedeem
ably done, a case which caij very
seldom arife,. . 1 , .
If an order or warrant of impiis
onment has been lawfully executed,
by legal restraint, although unaccom
panied by indignities of prison cell,
garb and fare, and if afterwards on
a merely oral order of the judge to
the marshal, to rc-anest the same
person for the same cause, and con
fine him in a prison cell for another
term (I put an extreme and yet pos
sible case) ; all I can say is, that 1
should want to test the legality of
such oral older as quickly as possi
ble. Fortunately this is a law-abiding
community, which believes in and
demands obedience to even the forms
of law. I trust that reveicnce for
law as tlm great pi election of high
and low ftjjko, will never grow le6s
Ai.Fiti:i S. Hartwell.
Mr. Justice Bickerton looks ex
ceedingly well alter a three months'
trip through the States and Canada.
Mr. J. Eaily, Paymaster's clerk
on the U. S. S. Adams, ai lived
from the Coast on the Zealandia.
Mrs. y. N. Haines, wife of the
Chief" Enginecr)f the Zealandia,
was a through passenger ou that
Mr. A. D. Thomas, wife and
family, of New Yoik, were nniong
the arrival on the Zwihmdla. Mr.
Thomas, who visited the islands
last j ear as assitinnt superinten
dent of Agencies for the Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New
York, has slnoo been appointed nh
executive .special ugent "for v the
Company and now rep-esents the
Company under the special direc
tion of Its President.
Mtssrs. L. L. Hromwell and Al
fred Stillman, two S.m Francisco
insurance men, were on the Zea
landia en route to Aiukland, wheie
they propose lodging complaints
with the head otllce of the N. Z.
Insurance Co., against Hugh Craig,
its S. F. Agent.
Mr. Georgo W- Smith, of Benson,
Smith & Co., relumed on the Zea
landia in fine health after a tiip
through the States of neatly tluee
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McLean re
turiud fiom their bridal tmir on the
Zealandia, after an absence of four
A piominent tlcinu on the deck
oi the Zealandia as she hove to the
dock was Mi. Robert Grieve, who
lias been to the Coast on business.
He is looking well.
Mrs. S. Both relumed to her isl
and home after a visit of several
months in California.
Mr. Win. P. Jones of Boston, a
brother of Mr. P. C. Jones, arrived
on the Zealandia for a visit. He
looks very much like his brother, and
was a very popular passenger on the
Hon. and Mis. W. K. Castle look
much the better for a trip abroad.
Mrs. Liindy, wife of Dr. Lundy
the dentist, auived on the Zealandia.
Mr. Edward Lycan is back again.
Mrs. S. Savidge, who has been
visiting her son in San Francibco, has
t etui tied home.
Mr. b. W. Giiflln, the very popu
lar Consul of the United States at
Sidney, was a through passenger on
incllOn Sales by Levis J. Lovo;.
1 1 1 1 . .
Barque at Auction
I havo received Instructions to sull at
On Sntnrdny, July 13, '89,
AT ISi O'CLOCK XOOX,
A,tlio"r,lHh MnrKi-t Wlurf,"
Tho British Composito Barquo
Copper Frtsfcmd, 819 Tons Register
Sails, Anclioi5.& Chains, Ship's Boat,
Lie., Lie, Eip., Etc.
As per Inventory to ho si en at tin' olllce
ot tiiu iitniemgniu Aieo, ai
the suinu time
1 Donkey Engine in good order,
1 New Chip's Boat wi'h Sails,
Compusvs, Coda Hi pi'.
C'aiiVA , SI1111V 'Stoics, Etc, Etc.
INT SMALL CRATES.
-roil 8MX II v-
GONSALVES & CO.
Borders & Decorations,
rgTr?. '.T.Tji-wTr.Tv m- "l!
A. Llil'Ko Lot t
LatL-Ht (?tytB !
JubI Itcoolvcil I
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
294 5t Auctioneer.
Uiiwiiiiaii Tramway Shares
And for silo at rcducul prices
in ti mmm
THE WRITING IS IN 1'LAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
Bcs great i.H:A.rruiE:s
llv onloi nf XU'S r- His!inp& Co T will
still at I'nlilic Auction, it in) Milovooms
On Monday, July 15th,
AT IX O'CLOCK NOON.
1,000 SHARES !
Of the Capital Stork of the Hawaiian
Tr-iu vuys C-impiiiy foe ace iunt of
whom It may c no. rn:
Cerllllcatc No 43 ror fiOO Slmics.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
" " 45 " 200 "
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" " ;r2 " r,o "
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," " Gl." 25 "
". "v 74 "' 10 " ,
" i 7 " io "
i ... -to ii , ii
.. g ii r, ii-.
" 82 " '- 5 "
ii .; i. fi "
.. 81 .. J
.. . -1,000 ah ncs.
In all 1.O0O Share's of the par value of
JCj or $.'5 per sh ire
On Wednesday, July 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI.,
At the resilience of Mr J. L. R ibinnon,
No. MO I'tmani street, near Altipil, I
will sell at Pu lit; tuctinn, the House.
hold Fliinil .ro, cmni riiiijj:
1 New Upholstered Bed Lounge
Hanging L'linps, I.ncc Curtains,
Carpi Is, liuu",
1 Jlniblti-t'.ij) A.".Ii Itedroom Sat
1 Pine Bedroom act,
Wicker & Upliolstered Rockers
1 Oil toe, I Ice Clips'.
Cr( kei v. Gia s Granite Ware,
1 Patent Kilclif n'IMilc,
I Horses, broken to Saddle & Harness
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
294 Ot a ' - -Aue'ioneer.
SUGAR PLANT !
WILDER & CO.
An Evening School
Conducted ly A V. GEAR, A. D.
rptllS School fiutii-licsn lliorouch nn
L prafilc'il mtellertU'il tininiti tor
iuitiR men rleiiniiis nf lietrimmir icrn
aio mill inpiil nccniinianiH. of allBMiin
a lOnin null rcnilj bt.sm bs liiitul: ot
u'lilning a comet u-u of the KulIis
Innnu ige anil of inquiring cw ot i .
pres'-ion therein. It niee's MunilnyK
Tuc-dayp, Thursd iN and Fildnys uui
nintintiM in v-sluu from r jci to nine
. or It rther inforiiintion, ndilre-1 P. "
Box -104, or call at No. a Emma Square
Mce to Policy Honors
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States.
No Tilting of Carriage to Consume TimoOnly 28 Koya
Full CaBO of 84 Characters Interchangeable Typo
Keys that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds,
fjST This method allows tlio ubc of any language or style of type.
The alignment of tho Ckandall is far stipoiior to any other typo writer.
YnU arc resprtt'iilly requested in
cae any Btatcmenli are nmdo 1p
igenls of olhcr coinptinici aijtinst ill
Kqnitablc or it metlioda, to lay tin
matlur prompt I v lef'rn
A. "J. OAKTWRIGriT,
281 tf Ouninil Alwii loi llaw fs.
This cut represents tho Typo Sleeve peculiar to the Cr.ANDAU.TYPr. Whiter.
It linnet, up and down, and twirls to tho right and leftto leach a common
piinting point. It contains all the letters capitals, "'luwur case,'-' figures
and punctuation marks to tho number of ighty-fottr characters. This
Type Sleeve can ho removed, and another, With ariioiitiro change of typt
inserted in the machine in a few s-econds. Thu Sleeves can be increased in
number so as to include all styles of Utters.
gF Send for Catalogues.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., ,
Ocneial Agents for tho Hawaiian It-l.ttiilp.
Ladies.!. Have You Seen ihe Latest?
1 Covered P. rake,
JAS. F. MO KG AN,
A nci hinder.
The "Chamber of Deputies June
28 voted tho Urgency I'ouama Ca
nal Relief Hill, unil later passed it
by vot Of 888 to 68.
REPEIYiED vx! Zni'mnlln." For sale
'by J. E. IJUOWN & CO.,'
i!'Jl ill M Mun'hant ueel.
IW,II.L not be rc-pinsillo foi any
d( btu contr idled by my wife with
out my written on'c-
iioniiiiiu, .lui) a, ihbu aui.tt
Tho Eniire I'lant of the
Star Ml Company, Mala:
Is oflered Koi Sde Tliu Machiiieij
is in puifea uorl.it u rder
nnd couaial of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complete,
1 Pair'ol Boilers 6x20,
t Double Effect G and 7 feet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 feet with Blake Pump
3 Weston Ccntrituyals snd Engine,
Together with the usual as-ortment ot
Clarifiersj Cleaa'g Pans, Coolers
And other Michini'ry u-u tll -found
in a ufll Mppoiiiiiil mill
AUb.'a number of
California k Islaai lies,
Cane Carls & Gen'l lJlantaiion
Dellverv will be uivdh aflcr nex' croi
ha been harvested, say about July 1,
GSfFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kolmla. IIuvmui
FILTER PRESSES !
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
AND ASK FOR THE -
S& ALL THE GO EAST.
H A.Ty.1 1 JkJS
" Facts aro Stubborn Things."
At every age, on every premium
table, an1 iu eveiy year, the AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Polieier
of the New York Life lnsurnnco Co
have been LAKGElt than tho-o OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY ib-suing
similar policies. . .
Carriage Manofaotunng Do.
Carriaies, sg Breaks
. " Bnipn.Bgj
Elc, Etc., Etc.
gSF"Fot particulars apply to
C. . KI'ltGF.R.
Gen'l Agent Hawaiian Iblunds.
DURINO my uiibi ncu from the Kintr.
dom, Mr. AauHnin Funiiindiz
iib V M Hutch, Knj, will uct for me
ftilll full power Ol lUlnrnnv.
Iloiioluhi, July k, iMi him aw
J j Ty
N h v I Cot'a-'e on Mcr
chant street, near Alu
, Apply to
gjST FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-
Solicited at'Very Low Prices.
Our PATENT BREAKS orie,inated in Honolulu by us have been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF-
STORE Tf) LET
Monday, July 8th.
Allucne, T. Wade, Dick, Napo
liona, John Hull, A pine, PahuIiuU
and Iosi'pa hail each to pay SO for
John Killing for selling spirituous
liquors without a lieenso aa fined
6125 with SB costs.
Ail Ciiiu for unlawful possession
of opium was fined $50 and sentenc
ed to one hour's imprisonment.
Other cases Were continued.
3CO I TAtJ B" anil I'retnifM
on J-inrna trt'et, nt o reti.
, bOllillili lisfiTi'. Api'lj to
J. M. JIONS MtUAT,
ranwriahi'n iin K, 1M1 lulluut nt.
FOR SALE or LEASE
LJL Iwili'i, llonnliil'i, lloui-c
tonlHln-i tlui'o lutue und two
Mimil lonnii ami hull ami a biia attic.
Coil n go with tKrto rooms on tho pre.
miM.8, coi k tin I bnh-li'mse. Biable
ulili ihrie ntiii and rairiujxii ho'ii-uj
hhudeuni fruii tn-i". i ih" pr"'ni c.
Appl io J. M MON-JABItAT,
OartMriuiit'r Ulonu, .MeiLhuut st,
Paai:ha I'i.antation )
I.awm. March 0, 188
.Rinilnu Irnu &. I.ocomotlio IVorks
Gk4iii:mi:n We have ued two ol
your 3ii.tliambcred Filior Presses ilii
soipin. Tiny nie (onvcnienl, eiihili
liundli-il mid are woikinj; cnilrrly io
our KitiBfncii 'ii. I can recommend no
impinvi int,ni on iluni.
Vry ien" icluliy ynur.
(SIBdmI) A. MOORE,
Alumtgui Panulmu I'luuiutioa.
Thi'BO Pressu' are niadn extra heavy
for hU'li prei-rurch, ociiiipied a 11 oi
up ire 11 teel bv 4 feet anil pri t-eins n
fllu-rtnu hUii'n'e ol 240 sqiiaro leet.
A lltnileil number in hi ek in Hono
lulu nnil are i-o'ii a' very low price.
Risdon Iron & Loco. Works.
''TlIK Store lately occiipiiu
JL by i: CJ Ituvvf, WuV
lib ck, Kin'' strci t. at rrnson.
i'ie runtiil. rotscM-lnu given nt onci
Apply to ,
f3 tf J. G. ROT11WELL.
UKNL-HED RooniRto let
biiiulnvL-si curniT ol
l'uiiriihowl iiml lientmiu
Tta-i-is. would be vciy convenient fur
mull family. 255 Cm
S tables & Pasturage To Let.
IOXUKLiLlSNT titibles con
II laining 1!) StallH. Cottage
and 7 iicea Pasiuro Land, on
-iiiiuii btreut, uenr King, formed occu
pied by Mr. While, pioprictor of ihe
P ilnma Bui. To let on very moderate
urint-. Apply io
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 Meichuut street.
3ecDnd Growth of White Oak Spokes,.,
Hubs, Folloes, Rims,
l'lankctc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
' : ' vSiiigle '&"Doublo Treen, Etc., Etc. ' -
43JTALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED' RATE. jprjf
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
281 2m ' " .
New Zealand Jams !
I UST fcrrivid a cwihluiiraenl of New
fj Zealand Jhiiin a-i-orud rare. Fn
pale at low prlre" bv
J E. DROWN & CO.,
'227 tf 28 Mcrclmiil stieet.
, Jji fauna Valloy
l'Cr tlm "Uooth I'reml-o." Con.
tains largo ioom, parlor, dining and
four I cd looms, r-li Felt and modern lm
provimeniB and conveiiienfi'F out.
iiimbiM. unit piieiurc. For further paril.
CU,U" '""'Ve. BROWN & CO.,
S03 la li8 MucUnut tuicet.
Kor nnrilen'Br enquire of ,
.IUIUM UVfJK, llOUOllllll,
Riiiim ci. 3 pnelaU' lilock.
2?wi if W. G. Irwin & Co.. f gents.
SAVINGS Pui-s Hook No. 373, of
(;hiuprirkelfi&( o.'s Hank, favoi
A T. Tyli r, linvluu been lost or stolen
all peron8 aiu warueil ugnlnst nogo
tilting the tamo,
ibn aw A. T. TYLER.
A GOLD Urnoch with Hindi pearlln
center, el hr on King sir ei caro
or on Furt tmift. 'Ih limit r "III bo
properly rewarded on leaving at ihls
TI1I0 'hmeruon Homeilea1),'
beiiutifiilly bilimtid in
Wainlim, Oiihn, II. I., torn
iirUmg a large house wiih 10 roiiuif,
kitdien, i antry, barn etc., 11 acres of
choicu hind i ow partly in turo and other
vceciuhles, and a rich pasture of fij
ucris within half a mile. Puro water in
broiiglii to the Iritibu and grouiula from
never failing spring, tho supply of
which can be inileflniiely incr.CRedin
quantity There is a good carriage road
to Honolulu 2tf miles distant ulsutothc
t(ram b.mt lauilliig, lesit ihau half a
mile dibtant, whoiu steamers from the
citv touch threu limes a Meek. 'J ho pic
turcMpio fcmoiy, fine climate and un.
nvulhd waler privlleee make this a
most d'-slralilo plare for a country n.
treat and SHultnrium. 'lermii moderate.
For further lnf.inmtl n n Iv n
J. A, MAGUON,
NEW Win ox & Whlto Parlor
Orurj with fight sti)pi Miliatilu
Echonl or church A flW instru'
ment. Apply at G7 Punchbowl Micit,
opposite ft P.
Mission Insilmte. 27U tf
JNOTICE of REMOVAL.
MR. E. C. HOWE, rainier, Iihh
moved hU pl.ao of Iu iness into
ihe building lately occupied by the
Pacific Hobo Co., King street, near Fori.
. t 7 ,
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
Nl'W Cntundir Car.
riauo just finished
and handsomely trimmed
in first class stylo must be immediately
sold to close au uflgnminl, ran lie men
at II PageV cirla(jc munufaetury,
No. 128 Fort Mrcet.
11AWA1LVM Bt'blNESS AQKKOY,'
CV ! C.v-
HOLDING an auctioneer's'licensei
unii now prepared to act in that
apachy jiny whi-ro in ihls district. I
will also attend to thu collecting of
rent", also of bills, on this and the other
Islands. My terms will bu mndeiato
und 1 shall by ttrlct alien ion to bust,
iiess, hope to receive a allure of the
H. B. BAlLEY.
.KaMaapae, MakaWaO. Maul. Julo i,
IW V4 la
' ' i f c