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DAI1.T BULLETIN: HONOLULU, fi. i., JtJLY 15, 1889.
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H'- - Y AUTHORITY. C7TJ
Department of Finance.
The Ministor of Finance has ap
piovcd of the appointment of the
following persons, made by the As-i-fHsore
Goneral or their Deputies:
1ST DIVISIOH I8LA.Nl) OV OAHU.
District of Honolulu T. A. Lloyd
" Evra and Wairtnoe
" Waialua W. 0. Lane
" Koolnuloa . . . . W. C. Lauo
" , Koolaupoko
. ' Asa Kaulia &E.P.Aikue
' r ,
2ND BIVI810N JBLAND OP MAIJI.
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District, of Lahalua . . . . David Taylor
Wailuku . John H. Stelliug
" Makawao.Wm. P. Fennell
Han Jos. P. Sylva
" JMolokai-.D. Kalauokalani
" Lanai . . . . D. Kalouokalnni
r.itU DIVISI0K ISLAND OF HAWAII.
District of Hilo Jona. Tucker
N.lillo Jona. Tucker
" Puna O. T. Shipman
" . Ka O. T. Shipman
N. Knw. ,J. Kaelemakule
S. Koaa.. .J. Kaelemakule
N. KoUaU.Wm. J. Wright
H. Kohala Jas. Bright
" lfDiakua..Chas. Williams
lTH DIVISION ISLAND OF KAUAI.
District of Koloa A. K. Mika
" Lihuc J. B. llanaikc
" Kawaihau S. Koiu
" Hanalei J. C. Long
" Waimea L. II. Stolz
" Niihau L. H. Stolz
A pproved :
W. L. GKEEN,
297 lw Ministor of Finance.
Notice to Mariners.
The following changes have been
made in the Lights at the entrance
of Honolulu Harbor, owing to the
City now being illuminated by Elec
tric Lights, tho glare of which inter
feres with the lights heretofore in
The outer light has been changed
from white to TIED. And when the
Electric Lights are burning an Elec
tric GREEK Light in the same range
:ih the Oil Green Light heretofore
used, will be shown at an elevation
of 12.7 feet above and in line with
the Oil Green Light.
When the Electric Lights are not
burning the lower. or Oil Green Light
will be iii use. "
The outer r RED Light is at an
elevation of 20 'above the sea level,
and the elevation of the inner or
GREEN Lights is as follows : Lower
or Oil Light, 47 feet; Upper or Elec
tric Light, 59.7 feet nbove the" sea
level. L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, July 9, 1889.
Sealed tendors will be received at,
the Interior Oilice until THURS
DAY, July 18th, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the construction of a Iteservoir
above the Halfway House and oppo
PlatiB and specifications for the
name can be seen at the oflice of the
Huporintendeut.oC Public Works.
All bids must be endorsed "Ten
ders for Nuuanu Reservoir."
The Milliliter of the Interior Uoom
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
L. A. THURSTON, '
Minister of Interior.
Dcpartm't of Interior, July 11, '89.
Holders of water privileges, or
those paying water ratep, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes, aro
from: C o'clock to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock i. u.
All those found violating the above
rule will be liable to liavo thoir supply
of water cut ofl".
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
L. A. TinmsTo.v,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 291 tf
Honolulu Tax Assessor's Oflice.
Prom and after July 1, 1889, the
undersigned, Deputy Assessor and
Collootor !of Taxes for the District of
Kqna, Island .of Oahu, will be in his
oflico in the Kapuniwa Building on
p&cJnday of the week (Sundays ox-
ceptcd), from 9 o'clock until 4 o'clock
(excepting Saturdays when the offico
will close at 12 o'clock noon), for tho
purpose of receiving tho returns of
all persons liable to taxation in
All returns must bo mado to
the undersigned not later than July
31, 1889, or no appeals can by law be
Specinl attention is herewith drawn
by the undersigned to the fnct that
no return is vulid in law unless sworn
to beforu the Assessor, Deputy As
sessor, Notary Public, or some other
pvritUU KUVUUIliVU IU umuiuiu
Blank forms on which to make re
turns can be had daily during tho
month of July on application at the
office of the undersigned.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
TaxcB for District of Kona, Is
land of Oahu.
W. L. Gbekn,
Minister of Finance.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889.
A striking instance of the increas
ing influence of the United States in
international politics is the fact
that, for l hi- first time in the history
of continental diplomatic confer
ences, English was the language
used at the Berlin conference on Sa
moa, and it was so in deference to
the American commissioners.
The following from the New York
World may or may not convey a lo
cal lesson: "At last the crushed
worm has turned. A baseball um
pire in Tennessee has killed a man
who disputed with him and question
ed his judgment. We have always
thought that sooner or later the um
pire would have an inning. Score
' ii in i i'
.. An article on the "Evolution of
Street Cars," in the San Francisco
Bulletin, shows that the cable sys
tem is taking the lead in the States.
This system is impracticable in Ho
nolulu at present. Possibly a sys
tem of stored electricity may be per
fected before long, which will give
us a timely alternative to equine
flesh as a motor.
While the matters between the
Cqurt and the Attorney-General
wqre pending, we rejected anony
mous communications on both sides.
Tlic other islands have begun to be
heard from, in letters that rival
those written in town for prejudice.
The Judge's decision published by
us will show many people that they
did not know much concerning what
they talked and wrote about. If,
as that deliverance states, the Attorney-General
cannot be compelled to
prosecute a case, his sole offense,
for which he suffered imprisonment,
consisted in trying to force the
Court to grant him what he already
By Galileo II.
A conjunction of Mars and Luna
is said to be on. Only a few days
ago the earth witnessed a disjunc
tion of the stars in the constellation
of Aliiolani Hale. The judicial
decision winding up tho trouble left
everything in the state that is des
cribed in the old saw, "One' man
can lead a horse to the water'a brink,
but twenty men cannot make him
drink." The Court cannot be made
to endorse a nolle prosequi unless it
likes, and the Attorney-General
cannot be made to prosecute an
accused person unless he likes.
Where, then, does the imprisonment
of the Attorney-General for declin
ing to prosecute the criminal calen
dar come in? It must bo where he
tried to make the horse drink, by
stopping the stated programme of
the Court until his demand for ac
ceptance of a nolle prosequi was
granted. In other words, he tried
to coerce the Court. No Court will
stand coercion of itself except by
the law of the land, as our Hupremu
Court did when compelled to quit
restraining the liberty of theurcss.
The Judge showed that although
he knew lie was strong ho could bo
merciful. His releasing the Marshal
from the unpleasant order to exact
of his master tho pound of flesh
(that he would certainly have lost
in party clothes and on a hard tack
fare for a day) was a signal example
of tempering justic with mnroy,
Perhaps the Court, was niflcil to tin
high virtue by reflecting over two
niRlits thai the "contempt," for
which tho punishment was designed
to be meted out, was about equally
vague with the manner of executing
the sentence. There was something
like share and Bhnrc aliko in tho
offended dignity and in tho requited
audacity. Therefore, it was quits.
Another reason for leniency may
have been that a writ of habeas
corpus sheet anchor of liberty
was about to bring in a full hearing
on the merits, when the matter
would have to be balanced between
the testimony of how the Court re
garded the proceedings in question
and that of how the accused meant
his part therein to be taken. Mind
render Bishop having died without
leaving the address of any confrere
within reach, the truth, the whole
truth and nothing but the truth
could never be ascertained with
judicial certainty. In that case
the wlicJn affair would have to
be put in the same category as the
fourth of July baseball game a
draw, and that is about where my
telescope leaves it anyway.
The Punchbowl road has assumed
shape and dimensions, and it ensures
one additional "attraction to tour
ists." Other public works may have
been more needed, but let us not
give the road the go-by for this rea
son. Our people arc far too little
acquainted with the sources of
poetic delight and healthful recrea
tion afforded by the mountains
round Honolulu. There is a fortune
for the man who will erect a sum
mer hotel in the lee of Mount Tan
talus, and make a smooth trail from
Punchbowl to it. It is doubtful if
the necessary change of climate, af
ter some years' residence here by
foreigners, could not be obtained in
our own mountains. There is a
prospect from Tantalus, Round Top,
or Punchbowl, which, for great ex
panse of sublime natural scenery en
closing a charming city view, can be
paralleled by few and surpassed by
still fewer regions of the earth. The
ozone up there also is genuine and
may be warranted to cure the blues
and general tiredness or no pay.
The telephone has its exaspera
tions as well as its conveniences. It
has against its utility in saving steps
and time its danger of physical
damage in distorting the delicate
arrangement of the ear drum. But
the telephone has also its humorous
side. A gay beau the other night
essayed to make an appointment
over the wires with his favorite
belle. lie unluckily chose the hour
when the butcher usually rings up
the young lady's household for in
formation on the dinner question.
The young gallant's inamorata re
sponding to the ring, without wait
ing to analyze the dulcet tones,"cali
ed out: "Ma, here's the butcher;
what do you want for to-morrow?"
Tho caller, with a vision of future
butcher bills suddenly looming up
to give a sober side to his prospect
of bliss, shouted "Rats," but re
covering his self-possession electri
fied his jewel with a smack that put
all thoughts of pork chops com
pletely out of her imagination.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
UEFOUB M'CUI.I.T J.
Satukday, July 13.
Virginia Pond vs. W. H. Pond.
Divorce. Granted. Paul Neumann
Kaianu Kaai vs. David Kaai. Di
vorce. Granted. A. Rosa for plain
tiff. I hate slang, don't you, Mabel?"
"Yes, it's enough to make a girl get
up and chant the sad refrain of
chestnuts. I say that people who
use slang don't know their business,
and what I say goes. Eh, Petiu?"
"Doctor," said a lawyer to a
clergyman, "if the parson and the
devil went to law, which do you
think would win?" "The devil,
sir, for all the lawyers would be on
Honi Soit Qui Mid y l'ense Ex
cited Guest Waiter, this wine is
not pure. Waiter (who is an ex
member of tho Salvation Army)
Ah, sir; to the pure all things are
jt has reached the Cannibal Isl
ands. Chief (to Missionary) "Arc
you lookln' for your brudder? He's
in do soup." Life.
The Pater Well, Dr. ItnpUll, I
like your school very much and I
think I'll put my boy here. But
toll mo what sort of boys do you
turn out? The Doctor The bad
Getting Down to it Judge
"Miss, will you please givo your
ago?" Witness "I am twenty
seven years old " "Your correct
age, please." "And 120 months."
NO INTERMEDIATE S!AT.
Caller (at a hotel) I cannot find
Clerk Isn't he in
Clerk My 1 Myl Inquire at the
Mrs. Gohard (who is getting up a
tennis match) Will you loan me
Mr. Golightly for awhile, dear?
Mrs. Golightly Loan him? My
dear girl, I'll give him to you!
No Engagement "I am like a
tree," he observed, as the clock
struck 11. "I am rooted at your
side." "Yes, but you never leave,
do you?" And then ho "put
Marriage a Failure Sputterkins,
who is a victim to domestic infeli
city, says he who announced there
is neither marriage nor giving in
marriage in Heaven, knew how to
make a place appear attractive. N.
Wc Qnd it hard (says Oliver Wen
dell Holmes) to get and to keep any
private property in thought. Other
people arc all the time saving the
same things wc arc hoarding to say
when wc get ready.
For Classical Scholars Only Par
ent What is the difference between
the regular and the irregular Greek
verbs? Tommy You get twice as
many lickings learning tho irregular
ones. Texas Sittings.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
S SALE OF
REAL - ESTATE
By order of the Trustees of His Ma
jestj-'s Estate I will sell at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom,
On Wednesday! July 17,
AT 1 O'CIiOCIt sous,
Tho Following Parcels of Land:
One Lot at Piinaio 1
On the Walkiki rood, adjoining the
premises of II. A. IVidemann, being
Apana 2 of L. C. A. 20S3. to Kahiloaho,
containing 1 73-100 acres.
Upsot Price $125.
2: Taro Laid at Kolowali,
Manoa. Oahu, being R P 2501, LO A
1!)2, to Pnuiani for Koi, containing
Upset Price $50.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
HAVING been duly appointed As
signee of tho Kst'Ue of Arthur
Jolinstouc, bankrupt, I hereby notify
all persons having cluims agaimt said
otute to prfcscnt the same to me at once
duly proven before the Court, anil all
persons indebted to suid estate will make
immediate payment to me at my office,
01 King stteci, upstairs
Honolulu. July 13, 1889. 293 4t
DURING my absence from the King
dom, Mr. Nagaran Fernandez,
with F. M Hatch, Kfq., will act forme
under full power of attorney.
Honolulu, July 5, 188'.'. 294 2w
IN accordance with terms of tho char
ter, the members of the Quten'
Hospit'il Corporation are hereby noti
fied that the biennial meeting will take
place at the room of the Chamber of
Commerce on SATURDAY, .lulv 22nd,
at II (.'clock a. m. .T. II. PATY,
282 4toaw Bceietary, pro torn.
'"PO purchase on one of the
1 Hawaiian Islands a
Tract of Land, 10,000 acroi-,
inoic or less. Leave offers
with Malement of prico, fsub:
8. 09," Uum.kti.n Oflice. 287 lm
FOR SALE CHEAP
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Huddle, bridle,
; etc.. thrown in to make
Apply at this otDcc. 251 tf
ASTHAY DOG. The
owni r can have samo
by proving property and
paying expenses of adver
thing. If not claimed
within 15 days from dato the right of
ownership will he forfeited. Apply to
J. W. Kaholwai. at Allen & Robinson's
lumlicr yard. 295 3t
Union Mill Company.
A T the adjourned annual meeting of
the Union Hill
Company held at
Kohala. on Mav 23. 1880. the
officers were appointed for tho ensuing
President James Rctttop,
O. Stieyd Kynnersley,
Treasurer T. It. Walker,
Secretary Kobcrt Wallaco,
Auditor T. H. Key worth.
Kohala, May 23, 1889. 304 4t
PASTURE for HOUSE
AT Ilalekoti, Knneehe, Koolaupoko,
b!53 acres of good patturo land, all
enclosed plenty of water. Apply to
Charh'N I. Illram. at tho King's Stables,
Honolulu, or nt Halekou, ft'b-28 BO-ly
1 F YOU WANT A SITUATION,
X dUvurtiE in tho "Daily bulletin."
f.UCi!?. :,!j3 t)7 UfllS J,
Evening Sale !
To-morrow, Saturday, July 13,
AT 7 O'CLOCK V. M
I will sell a. Public Auctloo, at the
store of EGAN & CO.,
Boots & Shoes,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
must be Bold without
L.EW1S J. LEVEY,
208 2t Auctioneer.
5- Shares to lie sold nt auction on
Monday, July lfith, at 12 o'clock noon,
by Lewis J. Levey, Auctioneer:
1,000 Shares Hawaiian Tramways Co
60 " Olowaln Sugar Comp'y
10 " Honornn Sugar Comp'y
6 " Peoples' Ice & Refrige
rator Co.'s Stock.
Sugar Stock Shares
MONDAY, July 15tb,
AT IS O'CLOCK XpO.W
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
50 Shares Olowaln Sugar Co,,
Par Value $100;
10 Shares Honomu Sugar Co.,
Par Value $100;
6 Shares Peoples' Ice & Refri
gerator Co.'s Stock.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Hawaiian Tramway Shares
By order of Messrs. Bishop & Co . I will
sell at Public Auction, at my Salesrooms
On Monday, July 15th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOON.
1,000 SHARES !
Of tho Capital Stock of tho Hawaiian
Tramways Company for account of
whom it may concern:
Certificate No. 43 for 500 Slinica.
15 " 250 "
48 " 100 "
Ci " 50 "
(iO " 25 "
04 " 25 "
74"" 10 "
75 ' JO "
7!) " 5 "
HO " fi "
81 " 5 "
82 " 5 "
83 " fi "
81 " 5
1,000 till tu a.
In all 1,000 Shares of the par value of
5 or $20 per Share.
Jgjr Copies of the Hawaiian Tramways
Co.'s Prospectus c.mi lie had on applicu.
tion to Iiishop & Co, hankers.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
THE annual meeting .f the Walohinu
Agricultural & Grazing Co., (L'd),
will ho held at the oflleo of C. P. Inukea,
Honolulu, on MONDAY, July 29,1889,
at 10 o'clock a. M.
O. P. IAUKBA,
297 15t-98 It Secretary.
Meeting of Stockholders.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a spe.
cial meeting of tho stockholders
of the Oahu Hallway & Land Co. will
ho held at tho offico of thu Company on
THURSDAY, July 18th, 1881), at 10
o'clock A. M.
By order of President O. K. & L. Co.
WILLIAM P. TOLEIt,
281 2w Secretary pro tern.
SAVINGS Pass Hook No. 373, of
Claus Spreckels & Co.'s Hunk, favor
A. T. Tyler, having been lost or stolen,
all persons aro warned against nego.
tiating the same.
2892W A. T. TYLER.,
Lost or Mislaid.
OEUTIFIOATB No. 241 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone Stock stumling
in tho name of O. K, Btilhnan, on which
transfer has been stopped. Finder please
return to Mr. O, K. Stillman or to tho
BmxKTiN Oflice,. 271d.93w.tf
European Billiard Parlors,
THE Handsomest billiard Parlors in
the city, and titled up hi the most
approved stylo. Four tables with all tho
J. 1, BOWEN & CO,,
270 tf Proprietor!.
THE WRITING 18 IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
No' Tilting of Carriage to Consumo TimeOnly 28 Keys
Full Caso of 84 CharaotorsIntorchangcablo Typo
Keys that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds.
& This method allows tho ubo of any language or stylo of type.
Tho alignment of the Cuanuall is far superior to any other type writer.
This cut represents the Type Sleeve peculiar to the Ckandall Tte WniTKit.
It moves up and down, and twirls to tho right and left to rcnch.a common
printing point. It contains nil the lottero capitals, "lower case," figures
and punctuation marks to tho number of eighty-four characters. This
Type Sleeve can bo removed, and another, with an entire change of type,
inserted in tho machine in a few seconds. The Sleeves can bo increased in
number so as to include all styles of letters.
0" Send for Catalogues.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
292 tf General AgcntB for tho Hawaiian Islands.
I T ' ' 'I'
Ladies! Have You Seen the Latest?
LEASING- MILLINERY HOUSE
AND ASK KOU THE
Carnage Iraufacturmg Go.
Carnages, f Ereats
BnEEies, (j? J7
All Kinfls of Carriage
Our PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu by us have been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Rims,
Planketc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
gWALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
New Zealand Jams I
JUST received a consignment of Now
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. For
sale at low prices hv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
STILES nil QUALITIES !
Etc., Etc., Etc.
AT A BAEGAIN-
& Wagon ReBairing
Very Low Prices.
LARGE INVOICE OF-
av . ja
.W . lV
HOLDING an auclloneer's license, x
am now prepared to act in that
capacity anywhere in this district. I
will alto attend to thu collecting of
rents, also of bills, on this and tho other
Islands. 'My terms will bo moderate
and I shall by strict attention to bust,
ness, hope to rcccivo a sh&ro of the
II. B. BAILEY.
Kawaapae, Makawao, Maul, Juue 14,
1889. 278 1
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