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Department of Finance.
The Minister of Finance lias an
)iiji'd of tlui appointment of the
lulluwjnjj peisons, made hy the An
tenors UoihtaI oi limit Deputies-
1st division island or OAHU.
"District of Honolulu
.T. A. Lloyd
Etta nnd Wnianac .. ..
. . . Samuel Hookano
k Wuinlim. . ' W. C. Lane
r Koolauloa . . W. C. Lune
Asa Kaulia &. E.P.Aikuo
2ND DIVISION ISLAND OF MAUI.
Da id Tavlor
m -"v .
Wailuku John II. Stolling
Makawao Win. P. Fennell
liana - . Jos. P. Sylva
'i Molokai. I). Kalauokalani
" Laiui . 1). Kalouoknl.uii
linn division ism.nd or Hawaii.
listrict?6TlIilo Jonai Tucker
. Hllo .. Jonn. Tucker
'rutin . . O. T. ShYpnian
JI.i n O. T. Sliipman
NKiina nJ. Kaelcniitkule
V r S. Kon i J. Kaeletnakttle
N. K..1 t.u TVt.i. J. Wright
S. Knh.il.i Jas. Blight
n.uuakua .Clms. Williams
lTII DIVISION ISLAND OK KAUAI.
District of Koloa
A. K. Miku
, B. llanaikc
J. C. Long
L. H. Stol.
, L. II. Stol
W. L. GREEN,
MinUter of Finance.
Xotice to Mariners.
Tho following changes have been
made in tho Lights at the entrance
f Honolulu Haibor, owing to the
Cityftow being illuminated by Elec
tric LiUts, the glare of whiclriuter
it'reb with the lights lieietoforc in
The outer light has been changed
ftom white to HED. And when, the
Electric Lights are burning an Elco
I tic GUEEN Light in the same range
a- the Oil Gieett Light heretofoie
ued.wHlj bcL .shown .it an elevation,
if 12.7 feetjabove ?.ind in line, with
the Oil Green Light.
When the Electric Lights aie not
burning the lowot oi Oil Gieen Light
will be in use. ,
The outer or BED Light is at an
elevation -of 20 above the eea Ieel,
and the elevation of the inner oi
GREEN Lights is as follows:' Lower'
or Oil Light, 47 feet; Upper or Elec
tric Liglil-59.7 feet 'above the sea
level. L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior,
luteiior Office, July 9, 1889.
T '-'- 8 V296 3t
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Tenders for Reservoir.
.Sealed-tender3,will be riceied at
lite InTenor Office untif THURS
DAY', July 18th, at '12 o'clock noon,
for the construction of a Rosen oil
ahoe tho Halfway House and oppo
Plaiis-and opacifications fot the
uanie can be seen at the office of the
Superintendent of l'ublfu Works.
All 'bids must be endorsed "Ten
dets for Nuu.uin ltefcenoir."
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accent the lowest
or any bid.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Depaitm'l of Interior, July 11, '89.
, 290 7t
Holders of water privileges, or
no paying watet rates, aie hereby
notified that tho hours for using
water ior irrigating purposes, are
lioitu 0 o'clock to 8 o'clock a, ai.,
and 4 o'clock to S o'clock i m.
All tliowi found violating the above
i ulo will be liable to have their supply
of water cut off.
qijAs. a, wilson,
Supt,' Honolulu Water Works.
L. A. TmmsiON,
Minihtcr of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 291 tf
Honolulu Tax Assessor's Office,
WoiiVand after July 1, 1889, tho
undersigncdi Deputy Asseesor and
Collector of Taxes for tho District of
KonaJlIsland of Oaliu, will be in his
office in the Kapuaiwa Building on
curb day of tho week (Sundays ex-
i-cplctl), from o'clock until -1 o'clock
(excepting Saturdays when tho oilico
will close ut 12 o'clock noon), for tho
ptirpoto of receiving the returns of
all persons liable to taxation in
'gj9T return-, must h made to
the undersigned mil later than July
31, 188!), or no appeals can by law lie
Special attention k herewith drawn
by the uudurBigiu'd to the fact that
no return is valid in law unless sworn
to before tho Assessor, Deputy As
ssor, Notary Public, or some other
person authoiized to administei
Blank forms on which to make re
turns can be had daily during the
month of July on application at the
office of tho undersigned.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Aessor and Collector of
Taxes for District of Kona, Is
land of Ouhu.
W. L. Ghei:n,
Minister of Finance.
oiTu guUqf in
Pledged to neither Sect nor Pat ty,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JULY 15, 1889.
While tkcie has been much pro
giesb in im;':oving sidewalks within
the past few ycais, some propiietors
of impoitant fronts are lagging far
bohind in this lespect. One nota
ble instance is in the sidewalk at
Mr. Hammer's harness store, Fort
nnd King streets, and extending
ft om that corner to Bethel street.
There is a gteat deal of trael there,
but people who regard their ankle
joints generally take the loadwaj"
owing to the iiiggedness of the foot
THE CABLE PROJECT.
While the lately promising entcr
piise of laying an inter-island cable
seems to have l elapsed into a state
of thin air, the atmosphere has been
vibrating with a project for estab
lishing telegraphic communication
w ith San Francisco. As three fourths
of the stock is subscribed in Hono
lulu we need not bo at a loss to
know of the progress of the scheme
at any time, instead of being under
a tiresome eclipse as in the cace of
the intet-island project. It is great-
My to the credit of local capitalists
that, after waiting years in vain lor
money fiom outside to give us the
boon, they have put their own shoul
ders to the wheel to the extent men
tioned. Theie will be many advan
tages in having the preponderating
interest in the cable at home, among
othets it may be hoped that of hav
ing paying returns from the invest
ment to remain in tho countiy. A
confidence in the future of the na
tion is evinced by the domestic capi
talists who have procured the cable
charter, which cannot fail to have a
reflex influence for good u'pon Ha
waiian interests in fotcign ex
changes, besides having a beneficial
effect at home in stimulating other
needed enterpiisos. These gentle
men will by establishing a cable to
San trancisco become benefactors
to their country, identifying their
names with its ptogiess in a manner
more glorious and enduring than
could be achieved in the highest de
gree of mercantile eminence.
A POINT SETTLED.
Street car etiquette is now a live
question, for Honolulu. It involves
a good many points. One that has
always vexed communities wheie
the ttamway is an old institution is
in regard to gentlemen giving up
seats to ladies in a crowded car.
Held : (as the judicial reports say)
on the one hand, that no gentleman
would think of retaining his seat
while a lady stood up. Contrariwise
held: that it is the company's duty
to provide seats for all who pay
fare, and that a man is not obliged
to "see" anybody or anything till
his journey's end if he pays for his
own seat. We arc not presumptu
ous enough to offer a final decision
in the matter, but it becomes our
duty tp record a summary settle
ment of the point, in one instance,
which may form a precedent. A
native woman of two to three hun
dred pounds avoirdupois, with two
daughters of no mean weight accom
panying her, boarded a car from
Waikiki on Sunday evening. The
male passengers had with a very
few exceptions already gallantly
put themselves on their undei stand
ings to make seat room for tho gent
ler sex. One of the exceptions sur
lily declined to lise for the three
ladies just introduced. Thereupon
DAilA' iiu.Uiifli' tiUiioLbt.lt, it i.,
the lncillicr, promptly ami wllliMIU
saying hy your leave, sat down with
a hat in reportorial parlance is
known as af'tlull thud" o.n the un
gallnnl fcllow'(8 knees, pulling her
buxom daughters inlo her own lap.
Never wan velllslmcss moic effect
ually "at upon, and af lor tiding n
mile or so with a handicap of five
hundred weight bearing him down,
the victim probably realized that
there were unwritten law a in the
realm that a man disobeyed at the
risk of painful consequences.
THE1ATE AH PIO.
Editoh Bullutin: I regard the
subject of your brief obituary, Ah
Pio. in this evening's paper, as
lichly meriting a moie extended no
ticeand lather feel it a duty to of
fer for publication a few facts with
in my knowledge, concerning his
life and character. He came Itete
with the first Chinese immigrants
brought by Capt. Ilubertson in 1852
or 53 as house servants and planta
tion laborers himself under con
tract made in China to labor live
years at the monthly wages of three
dollars and to clothe himself. Al
though but a boy of 13 on his ar
rival, he fulfilled manfully his con
tract of fie years, at the expiration
of which he had a bank account
which would have surprised anyone
knowing the conditions of his con
tract. Having in the five years become
an excellent cook and steward, his
services were cageily sought and
well paid for in some of the best
families in town, in whose employ
he continued many years, ever
prompt, faithful, willing, of good
habits, and a most generous and
kind disposition toward children,
adults, or domestic animals, for
which ho had great aloha, especially
horses, from his fiist acquaintance
with them, and of several good
horses he has many years been the
owner, apparently as much to oblige
friends, and without ehaige, as for
his own use. ' Such was his love of
pets that I have never known him
without them since the first 5'car of
his arrival. He was a pioneer, if
not the first of his countrymen, to
engage in washing and ironing.for
families and ships, which business
he conducted with the assistance of
his family and an uncle several
years, much to the gratification of
those so fortunate as to secure his
After some 20 and more years as
cook and steward and laundryman he
engaged in mercantile business, with
the assistance of a friend ; but ow
ing to his natural disposition to ob
lige, his friends and patrons, even
with the contents of Jiis shelves,
without "cash or approved credit"
in exchange, this ploved a failuie
and a serious loss financially both
to him and his friend,' whicli induced
him to abandon the business and ac
cept the position of custodian of the
Nuuanu Cemetery, whicli position
he has held for the lait 10 or more
years, and, as I have good reason to
helieve, to the entire satisfaction of
the Trustees of the Cemetery Asso
ciation, the undertaker, and the
many individuals who have enti list
ed to his caie and keeping their pri
Ah Pio mairied young a,native
woman who survives him, by whom
Le had three children, respectably
brought up, educated, and left to
mourn the loss of a most indulgent
husband and father. Although by
nature generous to a fault and ever
manifesting it towaid his friends,
even more than his limited means
and numerous calls would authotize,
lie saved from his earnings enough
to support his children and a giand
child, and to build and furnish in a
very neat manner a nice house with
large parlor in which I noticed
piano, sofas, center-table, rugs, pic
lures, etc. ; several bedrooms, ve
randa, portico, kitchen and dining
room attached; one or moie cot
tages detached, stable, caniage
house, etc. ; a large yaul well filled
with choice plants, shrubs and trees,
and in front of that a flower, fruit
and vegetable garden in which are
numerous hie9 of bees apparently
as thriving as their late keeper. Al
though the premises are located
upon a very rocky knoll with an un
inviting soil, yet all vegetation to
day looks thrifty and nourishing,
showing much skill, taste and care
Ah Pio, though an uneducated
Chinese hoy from the coolie or la
boring class, when he came to Ho
nolulu, lived and died an honest
man, which has been pionoiinced
"the noblest work of God." lie
was a kind and obliging neighbor, a
warm ami faithful friend. Such was
the estimation in which ho was held
by his neighbors and those who
knew him best, that I have on re
peated occasions sat at his well laid
and sumptuously provisioned table
with the American Minister Resi
dent, the Rev. Dr. Damon and wife,
Rev. II. II. Parker, and many other
equally respectable ladies and gen
tlemen. Although by no means an
advocate for usurpation or absorp
tion of Hawaiian soil and industries,
or the unlimited access of his coun
trymen theieto, I am to real worth,
to unchallenged manliness, to one
who can practise doing unto others
as lie would have them do unto him
whatever his color or nationality.
The paying yi&Uois to the Paris
Exhibition in the month of May
numbeved 2,208,015 or 938,370
more persons than during the flist
month .of the exhibition ofjl878,
THE PACIFIC CABLE.
. i .
Charter rmitt'tt to n Honolulu Com
puny Xnini's of Corporntora mid
A clfarter was issued by Minister
of Inleridr L. A. Thurston on the
3d insl. to tMl'atific Cable Com
pany for fifty ycaii.. ' Of Iho capital
of one million dollars, pcitnissiblc to
be increased to ten millions, 670,
000, or three-fourths, is subscribed
by the Honolulu incorporators. The
following extracts are from the
'(William G. Irwin, Henry F.
Glndc, l'eter C. Jones. Herman A.
Widemami, James Campbell, Henry
P. Baldwin, John Thomas Water-
house, Samuel N. Castle, Maik P.
Robinson, Cecil Brown, Samuel M.
Damon, Thos. H. Hobron, Paul
Isenberg, George N. Wilcox, W. O.
Smith, their associates, successors
and assigns arc constituted a body
corporate under and with the cor
porate name of the Pacific Cable
Company for the" term of 50 years
for buying, laying, constructing and
maintaining telegrapjiic cables and
telegraphic cable communication be
tween the Hawaiian Islands and the
Coa3t of California, U. S. A., and
also between the Hawaiian Islands
and the empire of Japan.
"The capital stock of the said cor
poration shall be 41,000,000 divid
ed into 10,000 shares of the par
value of $100 each,
"The principal office of said cor
poration shall be in Honolulu.
There shall at all times be resident
in the Hawaiian Islands a duly elect
ed President, Vice-President, Secre
tary, Treasurer and Auditor of said
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
TRUSTEES SALE OF
REAL - ESTATE
Hy oidcr of the Trustees of nisrMa
j.'sy'R Estate I will sill nt Public
Auction, at my Salesroom,
On WednesdayrJuIy 17,
AT lit O'CLOCK X(0,
The Following Parcels of Luuil:
One Lot at Piinaio !
On the Waikiki road, adjoining the
premises of H. A. NVidcin.itin, lieing
Apnna 2 oi Tj. C. A. 20:1. to Kiihiloiilio,
containing 1 73-100 ncres.
Upset Price 125.
2: Taro Lai at Kolowaln,
Mnnon, Oaliu. lieing H P2.")01,LOA
1925 to Pnuuni for Koi, contititiiDg
Upset Price 50.
JxVS. IP. 3LOKGAN,
ix Horses At Auction
On THURSDAY, July 25th,
AT 18 O'CLOCK OOX,
Fiomthu following Well known Stoch:
Lnnalilo, Triumph, '
Stanford, Snrnytlon Mare,
YoniiE Venture, Jr., Colt.
SST For particulars aj ply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or S. O. Wn.nr.it. COO Ot
jj nr.uwmj.u.tiiu Ull
1 DLItMn t, , T T,M
janjj" xji. imm lauie, a lutein
Si Mule Dniii.) Carts r.nd 2
Harnts-s for tntne Inquire nt II II
Willmins' Slote, Poit htrctt. 300 It
17ROM nnd nftur this diito I hereby
? Riitlioiii) Mr Fmnk B &.uerbacli,
28 Merchant s-tttet, .1o collect nnd bcttle
all accounts duo to and hv inn.
1). PAUL ISEXBERG.
Honolulu, July 1, 1889 HOO lw
ANEW Wilcor & White Parlor
Org.'in with eight stop1). Suitable
for school or church A fine iiihtru
ment. Apply at 07 Punchbowl htreU,
opposite Hi I'. .Mission Institute.
DUIUNG.tny iibheiico from the King,
dora, Sir. Nagarnn Fernandez,
Willi F M Hatch, En , will act for mo
under full power ot uttprncv.
Honolulu, July 0, 188&. 204 2w
ON ncoount of thu Htcnmer "Kinau''
going on Iho Mmlnu Railway, hhp
will urrivo in Ilono'uln on Sunday,
Julv 28ili, instead ot Wednesday, July
WII.DKR'S S. S. CO.
Honolulu, July 122 1880. 8118 lw
HAVING been duly nppoiuted As.
signco of thu lM'itu ot Arthur
Johnstone, bankrupt, I heioby notify
all persons having claims against tahl
utalc to nnscnt the same to mo ut once
Kfiuly proen before the Coutt, and all
pertfom inuenieu toauiu estate will mane
Imtuidiate payment to mo at my olllce,
1)1 King stieel, upstairs
Honolulu, July lli, 18811. 20 Ht
1 F Y6u"wANT A sifuATToN".
JL ttdvcriUc In the 'Tally Bulletin,"
Jbi - Y is, itfSu
Auction Sales by LoWl J. Lewy.
Monday, July ID, 1889, and
Ew ilt Tills Ml
Store of Egan & Co.,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Until tho hole Stock is' Disposed of.
VlTUO UT Itl38EIVV33.
LEWIS J. LT3VEY,
300 tf Auctioneer.
Lease & Slock of Groceries
On Wednesday, July 17th,
AT la O'CLOCK XOON,
I w11 sell at Public Auction at the store
of U. W. II AM', 07 Holol street,
The lease of Said Premises,
Having 18 months to run nt a rental
of $25 per month. Also, the
Stock of Groceries & Fixtures,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
In Quantities to Suit.
AT A LOW PRICE 1
WILDER e Co.
THE annual mctting of the Waiohinu
Acriculturnl & Grazing (Jo , (L'd),
will bo bcld nl iho olUco ol V. P. lnuke.i,
Honolnluon MONDAY, July 20, 1880,
at 10 o'clock a. m
O. P. IAUKEA,
207 15tOGH Secretary.
Meeting of Stockholders.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of tho stockholder
ot the Oaliu Railway & Land Co. will
bo lii-ld t the office of the Company on
THURSDAY, July 18lh, 1880, ut 10
o'ekek a. m.
By order of President O. R & L. Co.
WILLIAM P. TULEK,
2S1 2w feeretary pio tern.
NOTICE is hereby given that at a
tpecinl mealing of Hie stockholder
of the ll.iuiuinn tnrri g" Mnntifuclur
ing Company, held Ibis day, lliu resig.
nations ot G. West, President; W. W.
Wright, Vice.Preiileut ; and C Uolte,
Tre.uuiei; were accepted, nnd the fob
lowing officers were elected to till the
B. F. Dillingham President,
J.G Spercer Vice-Piesidenl,
George Dillingham Tredsurcr.
AJ1 of whom reside in Honolulu, and all
of wnom uccepteJ oflleo.
W. (J. SMITH,
Secte a 11 C. M. Co
Honolulu, July 11, lb-t. 2!)S .It
Corporate n Notice.
NOTICE is lurcby given thit at n
meeting of tho-tocklio'iki-nf ili
Hawaiian Cam v .Mauufaoliiiiiig Com
pany, held thb. tin), it iih v t d to c.
copl the uni'iiilmi'iit of tho Clurh r o!
Inr orporauon l,er b the capital Mo I
of Iho conip-iov is icdiued to 15,000.
And it was tuitliei voted, that nil Mock.
holders of the compjuy be leqnestcd to
prcient to the stcnlarv lliu ceitillcates
of stock hold bytbem, for iho purpose of
cancellation and issno of new ce.itil.
catea. W. O. .SMITH,
Secretary H. U. M. 'o.
Honolulu, July 11, 1&S9. 298 3t
NOTICE to CREDITORS
THE undersigned gives notice that
he has been appointed Executor
of the Will of Mrs. Margaret Koegan,
deccasctl. All persons having any claims
against her estate whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise, nro requested to
present the s mio duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers if any exiBt to
him at his olllce on Fort street, in Hono
lulu, within six months from (late or
they will he forever uiirrcd; aad all
persons indebted to said estate aroje.
quested tu make immediato payment
Honolulu, July 10, 181. 2U7 Ira
SAVINGS Pass Book No. 373, of
Claus Spreckcls & Co.'s Hank, favor
A. T.Tyler, having been lost or stolen,
all persons are warned against nego
tiating the same,
281) 2w A. T. TYLER.
Lost or Mislaid.
CERTIFICATE No. 241 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone Stock standing
in the mime of U. K. Stillman, on which
transfer has been stopped. Finder please
return to Mr. O, K. Stillman or to tho
European Billiard Parlors.
TUB Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
the city, and fitted up in the most
approved style. Four tahleB with all the
J. P. BOWKN & CO.,
270 If Proprietor.
THE WRITING IS IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
No Tilting of Carriage to Consume TimoOnly 28 Keys
Full Case of 84 Charaotors Interchangeable Typo
KeyB that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds.
E& This method allows tho line of any langungo or slylo.of type.
Tho alignment of the Ouandam. is far snperioi to any other typo writer.
Thin cut represents tho Typo Sleovc peculiar to the Chandaij, Tvte WniTr.n.
It moves up nnd down, airtl twirls tu 'the light nnd left to reach n common
punting point. It contains all tho lettoi.s capitals, "lower ease," figures
and punctuation marks to the number of eighty-four characters. This
Type Slceo can bo removed, and unotiici, 'with nir entire change of type,
inserted in the machine in a few tpconds. The Sleevss can bo increased in
number so as to incluuo all styles of
aeml for Catalogues.
Ladies! Have You
"P T Q TT Tn T Q
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
D asi: roi: the -IKS
- ALL THE GO EAST. &3 " rr:;;iJM
n ; .fr
ferriage Haiiefectursog Oo.
AE Kinfls ef Carriage
Our PATENT BREAK'S originated in Honolulu by us hare been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Trice.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Telloes, Hints,
Plankotc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
0tfALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.jflf
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON,
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a conBJgnment of New
Zealand Jatnsasorted caeca. For
sale nt low prlpes hv
J. E. IJItOWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant sti eet.
STYLES ai- QUALITIES !
as M Model!
1 " "
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Seen the Latest?
Etc., Etc., Etc.
AT A BARGAIN-
& Wagon Bepring
Very Low Prices.
LARGE INVOICE OF-
HOLDING an auctioneer's license, x.
urn now prepared to act in that
capacity anywhere in Ibis district. I
will alto attend to tho collecting of
rents also of bills, on this and the other
Islands. My terms will ho moderate
and I shall by strict attention to busi.
nees, hope t,o receive a share of the
' , B. BAILEY.
kawaapae, Makawao, Msul, June 14,
1880. 278 lB
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