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PMfrd to neithtr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
Department of Finance.
The Minister of Finance hns ap
tiioved of the Bppoiutment of the
following persons, made by the At
nsors General or their Deputies
1st division island of oaiiv.
Ihjtn$t of Honolulu . . . .T. A. Lloyd
. " Ewa and Waianao
" Waialua... ,V. C. Lane
" Koolauloa . . . W. C. Luue
Asa Kaulia &. E.l'.Aikuo
2ND DIVISION ISLAND Or MAUI.
District of Lahaina . . .David Taylor
" Wailuku . John H. StellinK
" Makawno.Wni. P. Fennel!
" Hana Jos. P. Sylva
" Molokai . . D. Kal.iuokaluni
" Luuai D. Kalouokalatii
llKD DIVISION' ISLAND OK HAWAII.
District of Hilo .. . . Jona. Tucker
" N. ir!o. ...Jona. Tucker
" Pnn.i . . . .0. T. Shipman
" K.i O. T. Shipman
" J?. Kiia. .J. Kaelemakule
" S. Kona. .J. Kaelemakule
" N. K.tKtiii Wm. J. "Wright
" S. Koljiilu Jas. Rriphl
" Hrnakua..Uhaa. Williams
lTH DIVISION ISLAND OF KAUAI.
District of ICoIoa A. K. Mika
" Lihue J. B. Hanaiko
" Kawailiau S. Koiu
" llanalei J. C. Long
" Wiiimca L. H. Stolz
" JS'iihau L. H. Stol.
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Tenders for Reservoir.
THE TRAMWAYS' PROSPECTS.
The rapid increase of trafilc on
the tramways, since the opening of
the first line six months ago, icQeets
no lustre on the prognostications of
the institution's becoming a rapidly
declining novelty, A study of the
component elements of the traffic
will convince any discerning mind
that the business is not only per
manent, hut bound to increase with
the full establishment of the system.
Indications are, indeed, that this
will he one of the best paying street
railways in the world. Apart from
the climatic temptation to indulg
ence in wheels rather than overwork
"Shank's mare," which has made
this uity proverbial for the propor
tion of its people who would "call a
hack to go a block," the gient con
venience of thecals to all classes,
for business or pleasure and long or
short distances, is bound to be soon,
if not already, universally recog
nized. Our own capitalists have
shown appreciation of the future
prospects of the enterprise by
promptly taking at par an allotment
of ono thru tuuI shares of the com
pany's stock, and there is no doubt
will eagerly take up any further por
tion that may be put ou the domes
tic market. It is probable that the
quantity sold the other day is not
the full amount that the company in
London has decided to place here if
wanted, but there is no doubt that
the ureat preponderance of stock
will, however, be retained in London.
Ahiitml C'nnvftntlrtn of PnHl Chnti.
t-cllori-.-llnuquct nt Ilnriuony
A pleasurable occasion, looked
forward to with much interest by
members of the order of Knights of
Pythias who have attained the grade
of Past Chancellor, was duly signal
ised last evening by a banquet nt
Harmony Hall. This event is an
nual in Its occurrence and is intend
ed to bring in closer union anil, if
pobsiblo, to more fully fraternize
the past presiding olllcers of the
several lodges of Knights of Pythias
on these islands.
Ou this occasion, the second anni
versary of the gathering, there were
assembled around the banquet table,
(the tout ensemble of which reflect
ed credit on caterer Steiner of
Messrs. Hart & Co.), the following
gentlemen, all PastChaneellois:
Onhu Lodge David Dayton, J.
C. F. Horn, J. II. Bruns, Henry
Smith, Oscar Branch, .1. D. Holt,
Fiank Godfrey, J. C. White. Mys
tic Lodge John A. lIassinger,John
A. Mehrtens, C. J. McCarthy, Z. K,
Myers, Bert Fuller, A. Garlenberg,
P. O'Sullivnn, Geo. U. Stratemoyer,
Ira Burget, Maik N. Kennedy.
Scaled tenders will be received at
the Interior Office until THUKS
DAY, July 18th, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the construction of a Reservoir
above the Halfway House and oppo
Plans and specifications for the
Mime can be seen at the office of the
Superintendent of Public Works.
. All bids must be endorsed "Ten
ders for Nuuanu Reset voir."
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
ur any bid.
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Departm't of Interior, July 11, '89;
Holders of water privileges, or
those paying water rntop, arc hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes, are
liom: 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock a. si.,
and 1 o'clock to 6 o'clock p. M.
All those found violating the above
rule will be liable to have their supply
of water cut off.
CIIAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
L. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 291 tf
Honolulu Tax Assessor's Office.
Dry weather still continues
the country looks very parched
The 4th of July was observed as
a holiday here, the amusements of
the day commencing in the morning
with a procession of antiques and
horribles, after which there were
foot races, jumping, climbing the
greased pole and catching the
greased pig, the various sports tak
ing up most of the day. In the
evening there was a display of fire
The day's proceedings pleased all
hands and passed off pleasantly and
well, and there were no tore heads
the next morning to be physicked,
proving that the day's recreation
had harmed no one.
Tnoaecidentsoccurredon the -lib,
one on the steamer W. G. Hall at
Pnnaluu, the bursting of a gun
causing the death of a fireman ; the
other occurred to a luna, Dawson,
who, tiding to Punaluu in the early
morning to catch the steamer, had
his leg broken by the falling of his
horse another case of wanting a
doctor in a hurry and not to be got.
Messrs. P. C. Jones, A. F. Judd,
II. A. P. Carter and C. M. Cooke
with a large parly, arrived by the
Hall on Wednesday. After staying
here a day they passed on to the
Volcano House and Hilo, to return
to Honolulu by the Kinau.
Pahala, July 13th.
SUPREME COURT-JULY TERM.
BEKOKK ll'CUI.LT J.
From and after July 1, 1889, the
undersigned, Deputy Assessor and
Collector of Taxes for the District of
Kona, Island of Oahu, will be in his
office in the Kapuaiwa Building on
each day of the week (Sundays ex
cepted), from 9 o'clock until -1 o'clock
(excepting Saturdays when the office
will close nt 12 o'clock noon), for the
purpose of receiving the returns of
all persona liable to taxation in
)"A11 roturns must be made to
the undersigned nut later than July
31, 1889, or no appeals can by law bo
Special attention is herewith drawn
by the undersigned to the factthat
no return is valid in law unlesn sworn
to beforo the Assessor, Deputy As
sessor, Notary Public, or some other
porton authorized to administer
Blank forms on which to make re
turns can bo had daily during tho
month of July on application at the
otficu of the undersigned.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes for District of Kona, Is
land of Oahu.
W. L. Grukn,
Minister of Finance.
Tui:sdav, July lGth.
The King vs. Ycc Chung. Em
bezzlement. The jury return a ver
dict of not guilty. V. V. Ashford
for the prosecution, W. O. Smith
for the defendant.
The King ys. O, B. Larsen.
Forgery. Two indictments, to
which the defendant pleads not
guilty. Tried before a foreign jury
who return a verdict of guilty.
Sentence deferred to the 18th.
Wednesday, July 17th.
The King vs. Albert Meinhart.
Selling liquor without a license. The
evidenco for the prosecution was
heard on Tuesday. This morning
the defendant said the evidence
against him was so strong, he could
not rebut it, therefore ho withdrew
his pica of not guilty ami asked to
plead gtiilty. Fined $100 with
The King vs. Tin Choy. Con
spiracy. Tried before a foreign
jury. Paul Neumann and C. L.
Carter for prosecution, V. V. Ash
ford for defendant.
Wednesday, July 17th.
Kualii wab fined SiOO for selling
spirituous liquor without a license.
Keavteaud Ah Foon, charged with
affray, were each fined 82 with (1
A nolle pros, was entered aguinst
Ku Ho, charged with being a gross
ONLY LIVE PAPER,"'
nolulii "The Dally Bulletin."
00 casts per month.
X Honolulu "The
Jerusalem seems now to be a
rapidly growing city. This iB duo
to the great number of Jews who
are Hocking there yearly. They
now number 110,000 more than the
Moslem and Christian population
After the usual attention had been
paid to reducing the delicacies pro
vided, Past Chancellor Hassinger
called the attention of the brethren
and in his usual felicitous style pre
sented the programme intended for
the enjoyment of the parly, intro
ducing Deputy Sup. Chancellor
D.iyton as presiding genius of the
festivities, himself accepting and
ably fulfilling the onerous duties of
The first toast, "The Supreme
Lodge," alter receiving due honors
was responded to in nn appropriate
manner by 1). S. C. David Dayton,
who, in the course of his remarks, pro
duced and read a letter from the
Supreme Chancellor of the Order,
Gen. Wm. Ward of Cincinnati,
Ohio. In his icniarks the speaker
showed the willingness evinced by
the Supiemc Lodge officers to for
waid the inteiests of the brother
hood, and closed by mentioning the
near approach to the time for open
ing a tbiid lodge of Knights of Py
thias ou these islands.
Bro. Henry Smith responded to
the "Endowment Bank" and men
tioned the benefits conferred on the
members of the Order who availed
themselves of tfie beneficial oppor
tunities pre&enttd. Duiing the es
tablishment of the Rank here but a
small amount of assistance had been
called for, but even that came read
ily to the succor of the distressed.
"The Uniform Rank" brought
Bro. Capt. Cbas. McCarthy to his
feet and he convulsed his hearers bjf
his pertinent and pithy statements
ot the benefits accruing from a dis
nlav of "fuss and feathers." He
touched upon the rapid growth of
this particular branch of Pythianisip
and expressed the hope of the ebla
blhhmentof a Uniform Rank here in
the near future.
"Our Sister Lodge the Pioneer of
Pytliiauisni on Hawaii" was ably
responded to by Bro. J. C. F. Horn
and supplemented by the leading by
Bro. Mark Kennedy of an extract
from the Canadian Pythian Record
anent the constantly increasing
power of Pythianism.
"Mystic Lodge ' was answeieu oy
Bro. Geo. C. Stratcmeyer, whose
words rung with enthusiasm in an
earnest and pointed recount of the
able and energetic woik done by the
(JG members whose names were list
ed on the roll call of the Lodge.
Young, Mystic vas, no doubt, but
had in only a short time made 10
Past Chancellors, had assihted in the
formation of two other lodges and
besides had a little bank account.
Past Chancellor McCarthy now
called on the toast-master-in-chief,
Bro. Hassinger, to lespond to the
call of "Our Adopted Country."
Bro. Hassinger, in the course of his
remarks, said that associations such
as this, where the members came to
gether and were bound in the bonds
of friendship and brotheily love,
were the best safegunids for any
country. Those who came hither
as strangers and became bound in
these bonds vtcrc equal to those who
were "to the manner born." lleic
were assembled many from the great
countries of the earth, some tew
from the smaller one, yd. each one
loved his country, all had a pride in
home; as the poet had said,
Ui'cnthcs there a man with soul ft) dead
Who never to himsi-lf had sulci.
This Is my own, my native laud?
Yet here all become as one, this
was their adopted country, they
should love it as their own. Look
ing about he saw many who brought
to his m ud points and places that
he would fail) nieuliop. IJro. Pay
ton reminded him of Ohio, that was
renowned for her statesmen and
presidents; Bro. White of n well
kiniwii cement which was symbolic
of the Pythian union ; Bro. Kennedy
of a Milesian pronunciation of Ca
nada. It was easy to recognize Bro.
McCarthy as a hidalgo of Spain ;
Bro. Gurtcnberg was too warm
hearted to bo called an iceberg ;
every brother knew that admire was
synonymous with Stiatemeyer and
all were pleased wjti the plain hnrd
woiking Bro. Smith. Before he gpt
Bro. Fuller he proposed to Bro.
Branch off ,and closed by saying that,
in other lands theories were heard of
poveityaud distress, unknown in
this happy land of blue skies and
endless summer, and to this then
should they turn as their adopted
"Our Knightly Order" was fitly re
sponded to by Bro. Frank Godfrey,
who In the course of till tt
tnnrks mndc mention that the honor
of establishing the first Pythian
Lodgo outside of the limits of the
United States, belonged to Now
Brunswick, Dominion of Canada,
and to Oahu Lodgo of Honolulu be
longed the honor of being tho first
Lodge of the Order organized out
sldo of Auiciica.
"The Pythian Press" was very
creditably repicscnted by Bio. Z.
K. Meyers, who advocated to his
brethren the duty they owed to the
Pythian press and which should bo
paid by constant and generous sub
scriptions, lie mentioned the names
of many Pythian papers and closed
by urging his hem crs to pay their
money and take their choice.
To the toast of "The Ladiee,"
Bro. Garlenberg responded in
gallant style, liU remaiks on the
sweet subject receiving most point
ed proofs of hearty commendation.
The Junior P. C. was toasted in
tie person of Bro. J. C. White, the
well-known Fire Marshal, and he,
after eulogizing the Order universal,
suddenly pleaded, in excuse, his in
fancy in rank, and retreated in good
In response to call Bro. Myers
responded to the toast "Aloha Lodge
No. 3" and in connection therewith
Bro. Hassinger gave n detailed
statement of the prosperous condi
of u ruminating quadruped with
long hair and horns which returned
from the Maui trip.
The legular oitler of business be
ing now ended an olio of ninth,
music and minstrelsy, partaken iu
by Bros McCarthy, Branch, Stratc
meyer and others, occupied the at
tention of the assembled company.
At the close of the merry-making
two emblematical cakes were pre
sented (one each) to Bros. Dayton
and Hassinger, thus bringing to a
close the second anniversary of the
Past Chancellors of the Order of
Knights of Pythias of the Hawaiian
Attdlon Sales by JoniH ft Morgan,
Six HorsesAt Auction
I will sell at Public Auction, in front
of my Salesroom, Qn'on t-trtot,
On THURSDAY, July 25th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOJf,
Six Uottcs from the following Well
known Stock :
Stanford, Sprnytlou 31 lire,
Young Venture, Jr., Colt.
JJ For particulars nrply In
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or S. O. Wilder. I'OO Ot
Till Mel !;lrfHe
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
I have received instruction to fell at
Public Auction, at my Sales-
room, Queen street,
ajSTAJTi'Jr tf I rr
rvrm m m
THE WRITING IS IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
S ORE.T llSAr URIELS
In addition to the sensation
created by Buffalo Bill and his war
riors and cowboys, the Parisians
have f i om America an exhibition of
Sabbath-keeping that is scarcely less
surprising to them than the tricks
and evolutions at the "Wild West."
Sunday is the great day among the
French for visiting the Exposition,
yet the American exhibitors keep
their goods carefully covered on
Auction Sales bj Lewis J. Levey.
AT 14 O'CLOCK XOO.V
Following Desirable Properties,
At Palanm nt renr of the resldmee of
II. H. II. tiliunkahtni:
Containing -111.1000 acre, wllh rntrtnee
by huie from ICiner street, 'lhfie is u
suUt-tnniiul Dwellfnc I'oiujp with Out.
housi'H, etc, tii the lot, pluuud with
sli'ulc ami fruit m'LM
Adjoining Lot A, a fli c site lor a rci
A small lot, with Carriage House, Sta
The el oso proximity of those lots to
'ing streei. ami the ih mand f rU"-!
iltneos at Pidnina, rywlev this an t.u
usual I'hunci) to obtain tine pumisis.
"an of the property can be teen ul my
tyFor further pnrMculnrs apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
302 13 Auctioneer.
A Desirable Residence !
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
No Tilting of Carriago to Consume Time Only 28 KeyE
Full CaBo of 84 Characters Interchangeable Type
Keys that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds.
g& This method allows tho use of any langungo or style of type.
Tho alignment of the Okanimm. is far stipetior to any other type writer.
I Type Sleeve
This cut represents the Type Sleeve peculiar to the ChandallTyi'E Whiter.
It nioc8 up and down, and twills to tho right and left to reach a common
printing point. It contains nil the letters capitals, "lower case," figures
and punctuation minks to the number of wighty-four characters. This
Tjpe Sleeve can be lemovcil, and another, with an entire change of typt ,
inserted in the machine in a few M-'conda. Tho Sleeves can be increased in
number so as to include all styles of letters.
benu for Catalogues.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
292 tf General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Ladies! Have You Seen the Latest?
THURSDAY, Aug. 1st.
VT IX O'CLOCK NOON",
At my Pali-Broom, Qupcii street, I will
sell at Piihlit Auction,
Ve!nedny, Ju'y 1", 183!), and
Every HigM Tlis Wiek
Store of Egan & Co.,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Uutil the Whole Stocls is Disposed of.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
uni'ii'i! meiMiij; of the H a
I'iri' Utiili rr te 8. if Ho o-
liiln, U Id tiiidu, tliu-f How n' fllceif
h.ive been elected:
F. A- Scia-fei P ci'mt
J. H. P.i Vice Pioideiu
t. Mueller... SucretHM & phut
Honolulu, .luly 17, 1HI-9. 'Ms 't
IJeotiii of Stockholders.
NOTICKihlicieliy uiven tlint a spe
( iul mi iMinp of tho i-tnckliohler-ol
die Oahu Itiiilway & Land Co. wib
lie held nt I he olliru'of the C'ompiiny op
THUHSDAY, July Itlih, lfiSli. at 10
O'tlllCK A. M.
ly older of President O. It & L. Co.
Wll.l.lAJl v T i.r.K,
2S1 2v -ten lar.v pin itin.
Siiuiitcd at Putinhnu.
And lately occupied liv vr. . F. Or
hun as a resilience. 'I lie piemUcs Ihm
i trnntnpe nf 3G0 fcelnn 'Mnjjluim sin c
.00 tct on Ar i-himi pneit, mid 21 OfV
in Alcxxndt-r .-trcct. 'I ln;r U a
Commodious Dwelling House
On llic hit eonlai"inir fail ', '.) Hi
ruunis, Diti;iigKmii, K.tcliun and I'm .
try, etc Also,
Vith Four Null- tid fV Iii(m llnui
ml t'c vanW Hi om . A't i' W-im
ilumihnul th ireiniii-. Uiegnum
re ell cnviici li sia'simiiinj.
The hca'Uiy lee- i n uf n i- propenj
mil the niarmss t 'h itn ihou 'I r ui
:.trs, make it nc if 'U- n -t ih ir.b
iiinilW resident i's nil ied "ur nh .
tQre'iu nn fiu h i nut hi re up
o S;. F. Gniliun, i tn
LEADIM MILLINERY HOUSE
A'D ASK FOR THE
&- ALL THE GO EAST.
Carriage lenofacfuring Do.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
-FOR SALE AT A BAHGAIN-
het .. ii iliiiiprM UIhc
(Jnisl, l-iind and -oil f
llluiuai.y quunti'v M'Hv at (hi'l.n
oillcool will! in (! A hi 'mi, ::ii .
ununt stieet, 1 1 uno' ii u, H. I 301 :im
NOTICE to OKRDITOKS.
rpiin annual meeting of the Waiohinu
1 A-trciilluial A Urazlng (Jo, (L'd)
will he livid ul the tlleo of ( '. I'. Iiiikea
Honolulu, on MONDAY, July 2!, Ibb'J,
at 10 o'clock a. m
O. P. IAUKKA,
S7 15t 00 It SierLtury.
IROM and af'cr th'a date I hprpoy
auilioilzo Mr Frank 15 Aucrhich,
2P Meiehiiiit i-treet, in collect mid hctllc
ull iiC'Mjiinl- duo " "id hv me.
I). PAUL ISENUEKG.
Honolulu, lii i, 1880 liuO lw
THE iindcii-ijiii ii ,ivt's nnticn thu
he hus Icl-ii appointed Kxecut' r
of tun Will of rs .Margaret Keegan.
deceased. All peromisilinviiie nnj clwlnn.
igai'iBt her et'itu wheiliei hi-cuted b.
uiorlgage or nth rwi-u aiu iKmcsicrl o
preioiit the Ruinuduiy auiheui caud am.
with proper vnili'hern il any ribt to
him at liin olllcu mi koii i-tri et, in linn
lulu within i-ix moutlis from date t-i
i hey will ho forever arred; and ull
ertoiiK indii ted to said ebtalc arc4e.
quesied to mike unniediatc paymeiu
Honolulu, July 10, imi. 2U7 Im
All Kinds of Crap & ff agon RepairiDg
Solicited at Very Low Prices.
Our PATENT BREAKS orifiinated in Honolulu by us havo been
Reduced 25 Tor Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE OF-
ON account of .tho Steamer "Ivinuu"
gniiif: on the Moilnu Railway, hu
will airlvu In Uono ulii u huiiday,
lidv VHih, insieiul ol Wednesday, July
WILDE R'S S. 8. CO.
Honolulu. Jinv I '. 1'8'J. 21.8 lw
I 35 E
i;E TUCK WAf CO. has sold nut
h untno Ini- rtsi u taionlimta.
tion at Mauna. loirtther with Icaee.
hotibp, io ils. pig, fOHln, raria, etc. All
account- contracted pluvious to the ealu
will be i-ettled liv
VEE yiJt'K WAI CO.
Itomlu'n, Inly HI I il ."01 ill
''HE WEEKLY BULLETIN
I 2iioluiiitti 1 1 vi i u 1 loual matter
ANEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Orzan with eight atop Stiiiahle
for fchool or chinch A fine Instrn
menl. Apply at 57 I'unelilmwl Mreet
opposite H P. ,Mhhfon Ins'itulo 278 ll
oecjnd Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Rims,
Plankelc, Heavy Hickory "Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., "Etc.
WTALh AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
New Zealand Jams i
SAVINGS Pasa Unok No. 73. of
OhiusSnrcckcla&fo.'s Hank, favoi
A T. Tyler, iiavint; been lost or stolen,
all pcr.-Kiua aiu warucd against nogo.
tiiitiiitr the tame,
a8U 2w A. T. TYLER.
.Lost or Mislaiil.
JUST received a consignment of New
Zealand Jiiin, Aborted cases. For
sale at low prleen hv
J E. HROWN & CO.,
27 tf 28 Merchant street.
E8 BUY m
to forcigu countrloa, 6 per
GERTIFIOTF. No 241" for 20 shnrca
Mutual Telephone. Mock (Handing
In the name of C. K, biilliiian, on which
transfer has hecu stopped. Finder plcutai
return to Mr, O, K. Stilhnan or to the
Hiim.ktin Oftbe. 27ld.9',w.tf
European iiillhird Parlora.
THE Handsomest Illlllurd Parlors in
thu city, and lltted tipju the mont
approved sty Iu Finn tiililuiTu ith till the
J. P. BOWKN & CO.,
WO tt Propilotori.
vi a Mm MrfMWM ff' m . '
J, wff' M g: S' MJm ff' m Mr' H
stiles mi Qualities
HOLDING an auctioneer'a license, i
am now prepared to act in that
capacity anywhere in this district. I
will aho attend to the collecting of
rents, oIbo of bills, on this and the other
Islands, My terms will he moderate
and I shall by strict uttention to busi
ness, hope to receive a euuro of tho
' II. D. BAILEY.
Kawaapati, Makawuo, Maul, June 14.
, J&6r r ' r i-fe&wi'v,4fcnA.,-J -i;
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