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Department of Finance.,
The Minister of Finance has ap
ploved of the appointment of the
following persons, nude by the As
tutors General, or their Deputies'
1st DIVISION ISLAND OK OAUU.
DiXWct of Honolulu . . . .T. A. Lloyd
" EWn and Wainnac . ., ..
" Waitdua... ,V. C. Lane
" Kookuloa . . . W. C. Lane
, '" Koolaupoko ...
Aa Knuhp it E.F.Aikuc
, 2sd mvistos wlaxd or MAVl.
District of Lahaina David Taylor
" AVailuku John II. Moiling
" Miikawuo Win. P. Fonnell
"' " liana . Jos. P. Sylva
" Molokai. D, Kaluuokalani
" Laimi. . . . D. Kalouokalani
3ltD DIVISION ISLAND OK HAWAII.
J)istiict of llilo. . .. . .Jonu. Tucker
N. lKlo .Jona. Tucker
f " .,1'miii,. . .0. T. Sliipinan
" il..- . 0. T. Shipnian
,f " N. ivrtua .J. Kiielcmakule
' " S. Kun.i. J. Kaelcniakule
" . N. ICUiu Wi 1. J. Wright
" S. Kolial.i . Jar). Blight
" rlntiuku.1 .Clias. Williams
4TH DIVISION ISLAND 01' KAUAI.
District of Koloa A. K. Mika
" Lihue.. . . J. 15. llanaiko
" Kuwailiiiu . .S. Koiu
" Han.iloi J. C. Long
Wuimea . .L. II. Stolz
" Niihau L. II. Stol
W. L. GREEN,
297 lw Minister of Finance.
ti t. ys - J11 ' ''
Tendors for Reservoir.
$ f ?.
Sealed tcr.de s will he received at
the, Interior Office until THURS
DAY, July 18th, at 12 o'clock noon,
tor the construction of a Reservoir
above the Halfway House and oppo-.-ite
Plana and specifications for the
f-ame cm' bu seen at the ofliec of the
Supeiiiitendout of Public Works.
All bids must be ( ndorsed "Ten
ders lor Nuu.inu Rceroir."
The Minislei of the Interior does
not bind liiineclf to accept the lowest
jt any bid.
L. A. THURSTON,
1 " f '; ; ' Minister of Interior.
'Dopnitm't c f Interior, July 11, '89.
r Irrigation Notice.
Holdeis of water privileges, or
thoke paying water ratcj are hereby
untitled that the hour for using
w.Uer for irrigating purposes, aio
fiom: t o'clock to S o'clock a. ji.,
and 4 o'clocl: to 0 o'plock r. si.
All thofcc found violating the above
rule wilbbo-liablcrto have their supply
v of water cut off,
. CHAS. B.. WILSON,
Supt. Honoliilu-Water Works.
Appi oveil :
L. A. TinmsTOK,
Minister ot' Interior'
. ..Honolulu, July S, 1889. , - 291 tf
Htfnolula.Tax Assessor's Office,
Prom and after July 1, 18S9, tho
jmdersigned, Deputy Asestor and
Collector of Taxes for the District of
Kcma, Island of Oahu, will be in his
office in the Kapuaiwa lluilding on
. each day of tho "week (Sundays ex
cepted), from 9 o'clock until 4 o'clock
.excepting Saturdaya when the oihee
will close at 12 o'clock noon), for the
purpohe of receiving tho returns of
.ill perBons linblu to taxation in
". this district.
jAll rotiirns must be made to
the uuduriiigiied not later than July
31, 1889, or no appeals can by law bo
Special attention is heiewith drawn
bytho undersigned to tho fact that
. no return in valid in law uulenu sworn
to 'before tho Assi-ssor, Deputy Afe
seesor, Notary Public, oi borne other
person authorized to administer
Blank forms on which to mako re-
,tiniH can bo had daily during the
wonth of July on application at tho
oflico of tho undersigned,
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes for District of Kona, Is-
" '"land of Onhu. '
W, L. GIBES',
& t ''' Minister of -Finance
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fry ', ' , .
THE' ONLY LIVE PAPER of
Honolulu 'The Dally Bulletin."
U) eeat pr uieutb
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut estatlis&ed for the btnefit of all.
' TUKSIUY, JULY .16. 1880.
Last mail, as our readers will
have seen, brought news of the
French Legislattne making a move
for the relief of the Panama Canal
Company. This will revive fnith in
the grizzled king of canals, De Les
scps, in the mimta of those who, un
til the latest collapse f the work,
refused to believe anything but ulti
mate success would reward his in
The United States Secretary of
the Navy has issued an order di
recting that all vessels of the navy
be painted white in order to reduce
the teniperatuie four degrees. It
is said that this will increase the
coat of keeping the vessels. There
is a valuable Idea in the order which
might be utilized on land. If, in
stead of "painting the town red" at
election times, the whitewash brush
was liberally applied, the tempera
ture of the body politic might he
reduced so as to make a panic in
According to the San Francisco
Cluonulc, the offenses of Hugh
Ciaig, agent of the New Zealand
Insurance Co. in that city, arc that
he refused to contribute to the legis
lative corruption fund and, when
unjustly discriminated against on
that account, that he broke through
the constitution of the insurance
trust and conducted his business to
buit himself. If this account ib
true, the two men who went to
Auckland by list steamer, to lay
charges against Craig 'before his
home company, arc likely to return
without any feathers in their bon
nets. Honolulu is promised the electric
light in its houses very slioilly. In
view of the profusion of wires now
in our none too wide stieets, the ex
tension of electiic conveniences
should be accompanied by a scheme
for putting wires underground.
People can never tiust to light that
is liable to be extinguished at any
moment by the accidents of fire or
storm. Probably there are few
cities where the wiies could be
buried more, cheaply than in this.
Expensive conduits or tunnels are
not necessary ; wooden or galvan
ized iron tubing would carry the
wires, convenient of access for re
pairs or additions, :i foot or o be
neath the surface of the ground.
"When the institutions of civiliza
tion have been established in our
insular realm, especially when so
done at no small risk of the pro
moters, it ought to be considered
incumbuit upon all residents, and
particulaily the Government, to give
sMch institutions all reasonable
support. In no branch of enter
pruc has there been more capital
invested, propoitionately to the field
of profit, than in (he printing busi
ness. Yet many thousands of dol
lars aie sent out of the country for
commercial printing that can be
done efficiently and cheaply here.
This is bad enough treatment of
local press owners by private con
cerns, but when cxeieiscd by
Government oliicials it is rank
injustice upon the tax-paying
printers and their employees who
aie also tax-payers and an ap
preciable element amongst consum
ers of merchandise. An instance of
this thing is furnished in the older
placed with a laige San Francisco
printing house for Hawaiian Custom
House blanks. What makes the
matter worse is that there is only a
difference of fifty cents per thou
sand between the San Francisco
price and that for which the work
was offered to be done by the Bul
letin, Gazette, and Press punting
oillces. The Government, being
protected from exorbitant prices
here by competition, ought to inter
fere against public printing being
Ho Envies the Czar Grocer
"Mr. Slowpay, do you know why
the Czar of Iiussia would make a
success in the procory business?"
Mr. Slow pay "No, I don't think I
do." "Well", it's because he doesn't
Wibhle What do you think of
this idea of adopting the sunflower
as the National flower? Wabble
Pretty good idea, I think, It is
typical of quite a numerous class of
Americans. It makes n bip spread
all biiuiuitr nod is bceily iu the fall.
A DUTIFUL OFFICIAL.
The following letter from Mr. .1.
EmiucIuth,ono of the prison inspect
ors, to the chairman of the board,
shows the, interest that our towns
man tak'csdn his oflloial Work:
Pittsbbuoii, Pa., )
May 22d, 1889. J
Dear Sir: J take tho opportunity
of forwarding to your addiess by
this day's mail, various foi ins in use
at the Ohio Stato Penitentiary, also
a report by the Wm den of the insti
tution. Some days ago I sent work
house regulations in force at Cinn.,
and must say 'hoy oblige all prison
ers to live up to the regulations.
Prisoners ore graded here. ns fal
lows: 1st giade has a dark eheiked
prison gaib with red bars on sleeve;
2d grade has similar garb minus the
led bars; Sid grade, light checked
gown, much more piominetit than
the other two.
1 find all piisoneis (even the shott
term wuikhoice) have their hair
flopped shoit on entering and beard
if any icmoved. One of the pi i vi
llages' of 1st grade is to wear the
hnir and beard long as it grows out
after the cropping on enteiing the
I can safely say this nuich for the
Prison of Oahu, it is away ahead of
what I hae been this far in the
cleanliness of the colls, but I imagine
some of the men I see here would
weep for joy over the burdensome
(V) regulations of ourlslaud'prUou.
1 am in good health and leave
this evening to usit a brother nt
AVith kind regards to yourself and
Mr. Walker, I i cumin.
P. S. Should you desire me to
make any inquiries address John
Emuielutli, Atchison, Kansas.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
UCrORB M'CL'U.V J.
Momhy, July 15th.
The King vs. Julia de Souzu.
Disordeilv house. Itound guilty by
a foreign jury and fined S25 and 810
The King vs. Hans Brock. Forg
ery. Plea of guilty. Sentenced to
pay a line of 810 and be imprisoned
for twenty-four lioms.
Tukiday, July ICth.
Tho King vs. Yec Chung. Em
bezzlement. The following juiy was
drawn: J. II. Fisher, F. J. Higgins,
E. L. Lewis, J. E. Bidwell, E. O.
White, G. Lucas, jr., J. W. Win
ter, W. Maerlens, G. Johnson, A.
Me Wayne, E. F. Bishop and F. D.
Wirke. V. V. A'-hfoid assisted the
prosecution ; W. O. Smith for de
fendant, AT CHAMIIKKS UEFOIU2 I'ltUSTOX, J.
Monday, July l,"i.
In re estate Nancy Wirt, deceas
ed. Petition of J. Kenpuhiwa and
W. O. Smith for license to sell real
estate. Ordeied that the petition
be granted, the real estate sold.
TuFsnvr, July lGth.
'A.. J. Cartwiight, Trustee,, vs.
Lydia K. Piikoi, et al. Bill for or
der of sale ot land by ti ustec. Hear
ing on demurrer. After uigument
defendants withdraw their demuirer.
W. A. Whiting for plaintiff: A.
Rosa and W. C. Achi for defend
ants. Egypt employs -2,i500 convicts
upon its public works at a very
small cost to the country. When
the plans of Dr. Crookshank.
Director-General of Prisons,, are
completed, the time of 1,000 other
prisoiieis will be profitably em
ployed. EC- oi" 3F
THK PaM Chancdlors of the Kniph's
of Pit Idas iue nosiest ''! to lip pre
t-entatMy-tlo Hall, THIS EVCXING,
at 7: '0 o'clock.
301 U I'EK OHDEK.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
rpiIU tjisingc'r lici;s to tlumk the pub
JL lie for v.irlom timely hints and
sucgeftlons ri-hpu'llng thv rtuiiiing of
the Curs, which will nil lito proper
intention. All coniiniinji-ntlonsnl a like
character should bo tciit inno.vaatlui
schi-dilly will be ioon pernranuutl.v es
1 Kill, a aimy
Uoipo and Saddle
Ounrr p.ftn linvn Qmwi
"- liv i:tllitlir on .1. Ann.
at Walkiihihilu, proving properly and
paying exptuses. 801 -It
IN u de irablo locality a
Furnished llouo; uleo
adjoining 1ml dUconiicclcd 0
roouiH im'l Imtli, kiiitalilu for a finull
family. Aililre-s ,,X," Hum y.vit, Oilico
.- DAVID IvAAillUJU
HAS the best and cheapest Ulnck
Hock, CoihI, Hand and Hall for
bale In any rpiunti'y. Apply at the law
olllccofMlli.ini O Aohl. Xo M Mer.
rhant bticvt, Honolulu, II. I 301 itin
TEE YUOK WAl CO. has sold out
1.J iIh enllio innrtsi in taro pi until
tinn Ht Aliinoa, together with lease,
hmiMi. lonln plji, fowli", cane, etc. All
iki ountu cnntrni-teil pifcioiis to the talu
will bprsittlc(l b
VKE "i'UCK WAI CO.
Honolulu, July 10, li'U. 801 3
Following is the scoro of the
game played July Gth between tho
Hawaiis and Kniulaiils:
NAMKS. 1. It. ll.H. O. A. D.
G.Kosn, rf...i'... 0 2 2 0 t) 0
Dmi, c..-. 0 it :i S li 1
Thompson, Si. . 7 2- 1'0 2 1
Meek, p .-, ! 3 1 0 18 1
Morris, e. t 0 0 1 0 0 0
Lauc.Bb 0 3 HI 10
Delia. 1 f 0 3 1 0 0 0
Duke, lb it 3 1 IK 3 3
Kala, 2b. . . 0 C 1 5 0 1
6l' 2.' 21 27 30 10
TrK. D.H. OS AJE.
4 10 0 0 2
4 2 1 1 13
4 1 8 0 3
4 0 0 0 0 1
4 10 2 14
4 0 0 ' 0 0 0
4 0 0 120 2
3 0 1 1 3 4
3 0 0 0 U 4
MeGulre e.f ..
Pel i. v. 3b
Job, p., 3
o 1 21 W 23
Bv Iuiilngs 1 23 4 3 C 7 811
Ilaualls 2 0 8 0 7 2 0 2 27
Kaiulanis 102001 0 0 10
Kirued iun Uawa'ls 4,-Kalulauls 0.
Two bae h tt Lano.
'lhree b.ie lilts Dan, Meek.
Double plajs Job. Pony and Gllll
land, I ases on bills -Job 1.
Stiuek out Hy Meek 13. by .'ob .
P.ibM'd b.ills- Dan 5, l.uahiwu 1,
Wild pltehc lob 5, Meek 2.
Umplics Geo. L. llotuJiiiau ami W.
A STRANGE CASE.
A Mrs. Honey died in San Fran
cisco lately .under eiicuinstanees of
a suspicious naline. One of the
news-paper reports on the case con
tained the following particulars of
"She had been married a number
of times, four I think, and the mar
riages, with the exception of one,
had proven failure. She was nmrr
ried to a man in the Sandwich Isl
ands, who was very leligious, hav
ing prayers six times a day. This
was irksome to Mrs. Honey, and af
ter his death she came to San Fran
cisco. From this excess of piety
she reacted and seemed determined
to have a good time. She look
dancing lessons and was very fond
of going to the tfieater. During her
early life she had been a very hard
working woman, and she naturally
enjoyed the change. She was a
shrewd business woman, and made
money at what she undertook. 1 do
not know what she was worth, but
it could not have been over 820,
000." Auction Sales by" James F. Morgan.
TRUSTEES SALE OF
REAL - ESTATE
By o'der of tho Trus'crs of TM Ala
jetty's Esiae I will tell at Public
Auction, at my Salesroom,
On Wednesday, Juiy 17,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
The Follow in;; Patrols of Land:
One Lot at Piinaio !
On the WatUiki road, ntljn niii the
prim:o ol 11. A. Wideiniinn liciug
Apum 2 or L P. A. 2(m, to Kiihiloaho,
euaiiiiiing I 7.1 100 icic-4.
LTpsi-fc Price $125.
2: Taro Laid ai Kolowalu,
Mitnoii. Oiiliu. Iicinjr It 1 2591, LO A
l!)2.i, lo 1'niii itii for Koi, cuniahiinj;
Upset Price 350.
JAS. F. 2IOKGAN,
2fl!) 8t Auctioneer.
Six Horses At Auction
I will sell at Public Auction, in front
of my Salesroom, Queen fctntt,
On THURSDAY, July 25th,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOX.
Six Horse3 from tho following Well,
Stnnf'ord, Spraydon lilure,
Youiij; Vciilure, .Jr., Colt.
BSf For particulars apply to
, JAS. P. MORGAN,
Or S. O. WiLUKit. . i'OIOt
ITROM and after this date I hereby
' authorize Mr Frank K Aucrhach,
28 Merchant t-trcet, to collect and bctlle
all accounts due tn nnd hv m
1). PAUL 1SKNDERG.
Honolulu, Juiy I, 18S0 U00 lw
DURINa my ahscncQ from tho King,
dom, All. Kugariin Fernandez,
wilh F. M Hatch, Et-q., will act forme
under full power ol atlnrncv
Honolulu, July C, IS8K. 2!)4 2w
ON ncoount of tho Steamer "Kiniii'1
going on the Mailnu Hallway, tlio
will arrive in llono nlu u Siimlny,
Jnh fHth, iiiblciid of Wednesday, July
WILDHK'S S. S. CO.
Honolulu, July IV, 1S89. 208 lw
Auction Sales by Lfewls i, Levey.
Tuislitv, July 15, 18S0, and
Evgit Niilit Tills Week:
Store of Egan & Co.,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Until the Whole Block is Disposed of.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
800 tf Auctioneer.
Least & Stock of Groceries
On WcuncHtlny, July lTlli,
AT I O'CLOCK XOOX.
1 will sell nt Public Auction at thu store
of C. W. 11AHT, 07 Hole streU,
The Lease of Said Premises,
Having IS months to run nt a rental
of $25 per mtmlli. ALo, the
Stock of Groceries-& Fixtures,
LEWIS J. JL.EVEY,
3f 0 2l
iu Qunntitics to Suit.
AT A LOW PRICE!
WILDER Sc Co.
THE anminl meeting of llio Waiohinu
Ai;riculturiil it Uiuziiig t!o , (1A1)
will be held lit the ffllrc otl . P. Inukei,
Honolulu, cm MONDAY. July 29, I8bt),
at 10 o'clocl: a. sr
C. P. IAUKEA,
207 )5t 96 1 1 Secretary.
Meeting of Stockholders.
"VTOriCE is liuieliy .'lven that a spc
.Xi iul meeting of the t-lei-khnldei-nt
the Onhu Itailvvay & Lund .( o. will
ho li'-ld nt tin- ollice of tiiu Uoii'jumy on
THURSDAY, July ltiili. IBM! al 10
o'clcck. A. it.
lly outer of President O. R & L. C-i.
WILLIAM P. T iLEK,
ill 2w .M.riuaiy piu urn.
"VTOTIOR i! htieby givtn that lit a
J.1 i-p-.cial mcullngof ill, btncUhohlers
of the tiiiiiiiun ta'ii g- Munufuctur
ing Company, lit-1 1 lliK day, ilio res-ig.
nations of G. Vest, P cbliknt ; U . .
Wright, Vice-Pie-i.hnt; and C dope
TreiHirei ; were ncc pii-il, and the fnl.
lowing olllcerS v.ure elected to till the
13. F. Dillingham Prisidcnt,
,I,G Spencer m.-.lri"iden,
(Jeorgf Dillingham Treisuier.
All of whom losidu in Uoiiululu, mid all
of wnom uccepte.i ollli-e.
W. O. SMITH,
Plc e nrj 11. O. M. Co .
Ilonrilulu, July 11, 18-t). S'.iS lit
NOTICE is hcrthv irlvt-n tint al a
ineetiiig oi the -tocklK)iili r- of thu
tl iwall.Ui C'arrl .'t- A'aiilifai-ltiiiiig .'im
pany.ln.ld th -di), it "im vet il tone,
rept the iirn.iiilini'iit of ilm t h irti r of
Incoiporaiinn whi-n ly the cipind t,io"U
of the cmiipaoy U ridiunl to ?l."i(i()().
And il wn-j Imiliui vmeil, tli.u all mocI.
holders f the company bu icipicstcd to
prc-mttolhe bi.cn laiy thu cctiillcilu
of btock held hythum, foi th pmposo nf
cancellation and i-smi of ni'v eeitlll.
cites. AV. O. .SMITH,
Secretary II O, At. 'o.
Honolulu, July 11. 1S80. 208 i!t
NOTICE to CREDPrOKSi
TlIB undersigned gives notice Unit
he lias licuti appointed Kxceutor
of tho Will of Mrs Aliiryarct Keegan,
deceased. All purtons having any cluiiuu
agauibt liur Chlato whether audited hy
morlgngt) or othi rwito, are uipiebted lo
present the s.unodii'y aiithunticaftd and
with proper vnui'hers it any exist lo
him at IiIh olilco on Foit htnet, in llono
lulu, within tix months from datuot
thoy wilt be forever luirred; a.id all
peisoas imlei'tcd to said estate are re.
quested to miko immediato payment
Honolulu, July 10, i0i. 207 lm
SAVINGS Pass Book No. 373, of
Clnus Sprcekeli) & Co.'s Hank, favor
A. T. Tyler, having been lost or stolen,
all persons nie warned agaiast ncgo.
tinting the sainc.
28'J 2w A. T. TYLER.
Lost or Mislaid.
GEHTIFIOATK No 211 for 20 shnrts
Mutual Telephone Slock standing
in the namo of C. K. Stillmuu, on which
transfer has been stopped. Finder please
return to Mi. (. K. Stillman or to thu
ItaM.KTirr Oflb e. S7ld.0Jw.tf
Europesm JJilliiird Parlors.
rpiIK Handpomest Billiard Parlors in
X tho city, and fitted up in the most
approved style. Fout tables with all the
J. P. DOWEN & CO.,
S70 tf Propiiotori.
THE WRITING IS IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
K. CHRIS A.rJ?
No Tilting of Carriago to CouBUine Time Only 28 Keys
Full Caao of 84 CharactorsInterohangeablo Typo
Eoys that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds.
S& This method allows the nee of any language or style of type.
The alignment of tho Okakdai.l is far superior to any other typo writer.
Type Sleeve IlBMlMll
This cut leprcRcnts the Type Sleeve peculiar to the Ckandall Type Whiter.
It tnocn up and down, anil twills to the right and left to reach a common
printing point. It contains all the letteis capitals, "lowei case," figures
and punctuation inarfcfc to tho number of eighty-four characters. This
Type Sleeve can ho removed, and another, with an entire change of typi,
inserted in tho machine iu a few seconds. Tho Sleevos can be increased in
number to as to include all styles of letteis. . '
fJF Send for Catalogues.
Ladies ! Have You
LEABIM MILLINERY HOUSE
'ear all the
&M B 3ffi
mmm mmmiwmg m
All Kinfts of Carriap
Qur PATENT BREAKS oriRJnated in Honolulu by ua have been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Piice.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Second Growtli of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Iliius,
Planketc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single '& Double Trees, Etc., Etc,
gPALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR !R0N.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of Now
Zealand Jatm, aborted caEej. For
salo at low prloon hv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
" 7ihp$ '
ML if1 Ws jl m. fi.'
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., .
Gener.nl Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Seen the Latest ?
Etc., Etc., Etc.
AT A BARGAIN-
Very Low Prices.
LARGE INVOICE OF-
HOLDING un auctioneer's license, i
am now prepared to act in that
capacity anywhere in ihls district, I
will aho attend to tho collecting of
rents, also of bills, on this and the other
Isl?nd81' My ter'"8 will bo moderate
and I shall hy strict attention tohusi.
ticss hope to receive a share of the
T, ,, , B. BAILEY.
Lawanpae.Makawao, Maui, Juno 14,
1880. 378 lw
rSs. J .-y. r