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IIolderB of water privileges, or
tltoso paying water rates, arc hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irriuatiuc purposes, are
Iiomj C o'clock to 8 o'clock A. m.,
u ml 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock p. m.
All thoso found violating the above
rule will be liable to hTo their supply
of n ater cut off.
'-"1 OHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
L. A. TunRSTOK,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 204 tf
Honolulu Tax Assessor's Office.
From and after July 1, 1889, tho
untloraigned, Deputy Assessor and
Collector of Taxes for the District of
Konn, Island of Oaliu, will be in his
ulnce in the Kapuaiwa Building on
each day of the week (Sundays ex
cepted), from 9 o'clock until 4 o'clock
(excepting Saturdays when the office
will close at 12 o'clock noon), for the
purpose of receiving tho returns of
nil persons liable to taxation in
fAll returns tnuet be made to
the uudersigiiv'l not lat'-r than July
Ul, 1889, or no appeals cm by law bu
Special attention is herewith drawn
by the undersigned to the fact that
no return is valid in law uulesB sworn
to beforo the Assessor, Deputy As
sessor, Notary Public, or some other
person authorized to administer
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
Taxes for District of Koua, Is
land of Oahu.
W. L. Gkxen,
Minister of Finance.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But eitailittcd for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1889.
In "reference to the criticism of
our Latin correspondent upon Cus
tom House practices, we are remind
ed that all charges on invoices are
dutiable by law except freight and
insurance. If this is a wrong it re
quires legislation to be remedied.
The Advertiser poses as omni
cieut when it is only ''going it
blind." Tims, it said only one
copy of Mr. Brycc's book had
reached these islands. In fact, num
bers of our people have for some
time been enjoying the perusal of
their own copies of the work.
A newspaper editor in California
was cited for contempt of court be
cause he published the news that
the judge's ruling in an election
case was not acceptable to public
opinion. There is promise of an ad
vance in civilization out of this inci
dent over there, as the next thing
will be the legislating away of such
By Ciallle IX.
1 am afraid that the frequent talk
we hear of this being an enervating
climate ia I shall not say bosh,
because it is probably sincere and
has apparent reason but unscien
tific deduction. The primitive Ha
waiian? had more nerve than they
knew wbat'to do wjtli, and had they
the commercial facilities of to-day,
would doubtless have started nerve
canning establishments to furnish
the article for export. Not only the
slavish common people, who had to
chop wood and water the taro for
the aliis without the benefit of a
contract labor law, were able hacks ;
but even the lieges for whom they
perspired, whose progenitorship has
been the natural patent of no
bility since the dawn of civilization,
were even greater stalwarts, who,
had they emigrated to New York in
season, would have changed the
whole current of American politics
in the last half century. All which
proves, that thestates of laborious
servitude and of lordly leisure wero
both compatible with vigorous phy
Blnuc'under the browning Hawaiian
sun inj,iracs primeval, Tho irliop
ping athleticism of natives and for
cigncrs alike who arc given to manly
sports hero tells the same story now
when the sun of civilization is in the
zenith, belying the hackneyed doc
trine that tho fountains of health
and strength for recuperation of
jaded human systems must be
sought beyond the sea.
Do we not blame the climate when
we ought rather to condemn our
own stupid habits? Can we expect
vigor of frame and of organic func
tions if we eat and dress in the
modes developed under long exper
ience helped by Nature's tutelage
amidst influences of a vastly differ
ent climatic order than those under
the Hawaiian empyrean? The Chi
nese with their bowls of easy-resting
but nutritious rice, and their
loose flowing and airy garments, arc
not heard complaining of the cli
mate. Let us work as hard as we
can without breaking internal or
external braces. Rule in carriages,
trams or trains, and enjoy our ham
mocks to our heart's content. But
let us not overtask the delicate
organism of the skin, extracting
prematurely the life juices of the
body, by wearing clothes throughout
our lukewarm year which arc adapt
able to Dakota in its raw November.
Pitch into the Pacific outside the
spar buoy all fashions calling for
tight fits and starched fronts and
wear raiment bland to the cuticle
and rcspi i.-ive to the zephyrs.
Throw to the dogs the heavy and
heating viands suitable only for the
lumber and mining camps of Maine
In short let us go to Mother Na
ture for direction. She will not
dictate tho dispensing with the
drapery of deceney nor prescribe
the coarse regimen of 'the barbarian.
But she will tell us to adapt our
customs and .habits to her laws, the
fundamental principles of which
are the same in all climates. Only
the prevalence of noxious influences
in a place will make it unwholesome
in itself. If the cold or the heat of
a locality is not so intense as to
penetrate through available safe
guards, then neither of those condi
tions of climate is necessarily kill
ing in its intrinsic quality. Diet
and dress arc the agencies under
our control for modifying the de
cree of cither cold or heat when
temperature is the only factor in a
climate to be accounted with in the
matter of health. Exercise, that is
usually put forward in hygienic
treatises to make up a triple alli
ance, with judicious feeding and
clothing, for maintaining a sound
mind in n sound body, fills the role
rather of a regulator to the physical
temper, whether it is employed
from choice or necessity, but al
ways wholesome when not so ex
cessive as in the exertion of writing
such a prodigious artiolo for a news
paper as the present dissertation.
THE GREAT RACE.
Editor Bulletin: In all the
bright campaign literature of the
season there is nothing more point
edly witty, and at the same time
profoundly wise, than the following
lrom the Carson (Nevada) Appeal
of Oct. 27, 1868. It is a little late
but may prove interesting.
Maui, II. I. Zni in Skinnkh.
Uncle Sam's speed programme,
over National track, Nov. C, 1888 ;
free to all the natives of the United
States. To wagon with running
mute, single all day dash ; with
purse of 8200,000, in four yearly
parts of 860,000 each; 810,000
added by His Excellency the Pi-evident,
for lurgCBs and things for the
Kntrics PiObibitionists enter the
union war horse General Fi'sk, by
Promotion, out of Volunteer; dam
Stupid, by Useless, out of Mistake.
Running mate Thankgod Brooks,
out of Original Fountain by Cold
Btream, he by Idealist out of Old
Toper; dam Blunder out of Good
Intent. Uecord first entry ; driver
St. John ; colors, water and tea.
The ladles name gray filly Belva
Lockwood, by Equity out of Voter;
dam Commendable, out of Kali
Play; age, unbnown; record, dis
tanced on same track in 188-1. Hun
ning mate Alfred Love, a helper
horse, by Ilarkiss, out of Original
Amor; dam Happy, by Anticipa
tion. Driver Lady Bloomer ; colors
silk stockings, striped and embroid
ered. American party enters J. Lang
don Curtis, a New York colt, by
Home Rule, out of Ballotbox ; dam
Franchise, by Immigrant out of
Foreigner. Running mute Wig
ginton, by Argonaut, out of Califor
nia Democrut; record first entry.
Driver Pixley ; colors, red, white
and blue. ,
Democracy enters English Clyde
stallion G. Cleveland, weight -15
atone 10 lb., by imported Free
Trader, out of Cobden Club, he by
English cob Necessity ; dam Luck,
IrWTiBiTMEPrm BOWOTTTvTHu.(fT9M fiQ, 18S,
inbred from (Tuneful) J,, remand ;
Mugwump,' Mugwump out: of Ciul ,
Service Reform, by dam Kolly. Re
cord, scratched a race in 1884, over
same track, by fouling of Com
petitor St. John on Competitor
Blaine. Running mate Old Ro
man (formally Thunnan) out of
Copper Head, by Rebel Brigadier;
dam Sectional, out of Solid South,
he inbred from Kuklux and Bull
dozer. Driver, Jawny Bool ; colors,
English Jack and big bandana,
Republicans name American thor
oughbred Ben Harrison, by Revolu
tionary Sire, out of Original Yan
kee ; dam Splendid out of Piosperity ;
Prosperity out of Protection, he
inbred from Industry and Bread
winner. Record never lost a heat.
Running mate Levi Morton, by
Patriot, out or True blue; nam
Charitable, out of-Generoilty ;driver
Jimmy G. Blaine (with his clubs);
colors Americiin flag afloat.
The great race of Nov. 0, which
was advertised in thec columns
yesterday, has not exactly come off
yet, uuithe result is so certain that
the Appeal feels perfectly justified
in reporting the affair in advance,
that the people who are anxious to
know the. result may be put out of
suspense. The arrangement for a
race between the leading horses has
been pending for i long time. Some
parties who were anxious to back
Grover Cleveland met at St. Louis
and these made the necessary ar
rangements. Shoitly afterward a
crowd met at Chicago, and af.er
spending several days in inspecting
tho merits of the horses, finally
selected General Harrison as the
animal best adapted for so import
ant a race as that set for Nov. G,
1888. Harrison was a well-known
Indiana horse who had before
proven his speed and bottom. He
came from the hardiest kind of Re
volutionary stock, and Ins pedigree
ami blood were of the finest quulity.
Cleveland's condition. The Ap
peal reporter visited Cleveland at
the White House stables a few days
before the race. He was in bad
form, too fat for n staying race, and
his head seemed swelled as if he had
hard batting It against the side of
his stall. The jockey Dan Lamont
was not pleased with the horse and
said he was working hard to get the
big hay-belly off him beforo the
race. The horse had evidently been
over fed and his flesh hung all over
him. Dan Lamont said he was trying
hard to "reduce the surplus," but
making very little headway. Several
members of the Cobden Club were
there dosing him with Free Trade
boluses which the horse swallowed
with avidity, but the effect was not
The day was delightful and the
course was packed with people
early In the morning. The stand
was packed with several million
people. When Dan Lamont moved
his big, fat, thick-necked stallion
down the track, a howl of laughter
rose from the crowd. They had
heard reports of his condition but
never before realized just how sick
he looked. The boj's on tho fence
began to shout: l'Vipe out his
mouth, Dan," "Take him to the
poap fat works," etc., etc., until the
judges had to call the unruly ur
chins to order.
Just then Ben. Harrison came
thundering down the track under a
strong pull. James O- Blaipe, his
jockey, was riding, and as he pass
ed the grand stand about fifty mil
lion people, more or less, got up
and howled with delight.
Dan Lamont looked like a mon
key on Cleveland. At the tap of
the bell they got off well together.
Harrison's jockey sent him to the
front at the turn and took the inside
of the track like a Hash.
Cleveland Uies the track. The
capture of the pole seemed to discon
cert the big horse, for he swerved
to the right, aud seeing the Cobden
Club stand, bolted into it. Dan
was too weak to bold him in, ami
with one leap he went light into the
Cobden crowd, tramping on every
body and everything. He stepped
on the Queen's toes, kicked Harry
George on the stomach, walked all
over Carlyle, ifnd tramped a poor
old woman named Thunnan almost
to pieces. Before he could bo se
cured he kicked the whole place
down. He is said to have been
permanently foundered, and will
never run another race.
Meanwhile, Harrison swept round
thr course at a speed which aston
ished everyone, and came under
the wire at tin easy canter, making
a record never before equaled on
the National track. When Harrison
was led back to his stables at Indi
anapolis, his jockey said he had
never turned a hair, and was good
for another heat in the fall of 1892.
a S Uvn i-arriapfi
llortc, which will
nUo go utder fHil'le.
Address "J. II No. 100,"
BLUE and Bed Cockatoo
The Under i n r tumble
hi inn to 101 Alakca street wiil
receive ' reward. 30 i 3t
MAlUtlRI) couplo Tho num to
work In the: Mini mul uan'cii, tho
uifuatwu iiiiibi and to niiiliu lieis -If
genii! ally lueful Foi waie mid iirli.
cularu upply ut oucu at thu olllcu of
this paper. 804 01
at tins, ollli u
.notion Sales by Lowis I Lewy.
By order of Mr. 0. W. Hurt I will sell
at Public Auction (on Hocomit f depur.
lute), at lilt trtiilcnnH, Hereianla streit,
corner of Piiuchhonl s'rtct,
On TUESDAY, July 23rd,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The whole of Ills llouchold Furniture
ii ml Kfl'iet, cornicing of
1 B, Ebony Plate Glass Mirror,
1 B. VV. Parlor fet, uplioliicicd in
Mnrbli-t p LVntiT Table,
Center Rugs, B. W, Etagere,
2 I). W. BdroomSeh,
1 ii. rt . i u irooin -el, tingle;
1 I'ainlvil . cilronm -el,
Heir & Suing Matlrasses
B. V I jc'i'iiMion Dining Table and
Dluek Wii mil Sideboard,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Range Sim c Aitcil fir Hntiind CnUI
Water, mul Kin hi n Uti nails.
Choice Ferns, Plants & Flowor Pots &
Garden Ho'und Tools, Ac Alo,
1 Carriago Horso & Harness,
1 Oven Buggy,
1 I'UllttOII. """
CSTTlie Hmiim! will lie open fi r In
spcciiou on Momiiiy, In m 0 ioH o'clock
SPECIAL SALE OF
1AY. BMN mi BARLEY
Ou TUESDAY, July 23rd,
AT la O'CLOCK XOO,
t will soil itt I'iiIiIir Auction, ut my Sale
rooms coini-r ol' Fort anil
lOO BALES HAY,
201 Bagrt Hrun,
100 Bugs Whole Bnrley, and
IOO Bags RoJIed Barley
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
305 lit Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, July 23rd,
AT 1 O'CLOCK. XOOM,
I will sell nt Pulillc Aucti'in, at my
-alurnoms, to dose, oomdirnment f t
iccoiini ol lOioni it ma concern,
LEWIS J. UEVEY,
On Llbrr-! Terms !
1 tun Mi.'nii'tiil 'i- 1. M-r
DAVIE- &, i . bi II ul
ion, at n. j S.i'e-r'oins
On Wednesday and Thursday,
July 'Mi 2Mii.
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.,
A Fine A so true. 1 i t New mul Dmht.
able. (Joint, x recent arrivals, consist
ing in pjri u folio v;
rXVaiIorw' GJooci !
Tweeds, Cassimeres, Diagonals,
Shot I Lengths of Fine Hoods l'.ii- Suits,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
A t'liuice Lot of
Assorted Crockery, Saddlery,
hlinwls, Blankets, Merbio,
Lawn?, Ila's. Under.enr,
Hosiery, Fl.iiineK, Toweln, Ac , &c.
I m nidi'':
Candle, Sar linns, Musliird,
a -up, tluir till, Ac, Ac
Sauee P.ni". Fry I'ans,
Keltic, Tiu Wa e, Ac, Ac.
And numerous other (loads api crtnining
to tltu tiade,
tor The Tailor' ods will be offered
on Wednesday, July SM h, at 11 o'clock
The above arc all choice Fresh Gndfc
manufactured expressly lor this market
to which the Auctioneer calls special
attention to the trade.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
rpilIS Is to notity that nil accounts
JL running i-lx mon'h mid over, and
not paiil lie foro August .riih. wit) hu
hiui'ltil for cnllii'lioii wiilioni futt'it-r
notice. N. H. SACHS.
Honolulu, July 18, 1B90. t!0 lw
MUMl& .J.W.I UlMWWtWW
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Six HorsesAt Auction
I will sell at Pulillc Auction. In front
of my falcsroom, Queen htri-ct,
On THURSDAY, July 25th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK,
Six Hordes fiom iliu following Well
Ijtinalilo, Til imi pli,
ItuKwi.'ll Wood burn,
Stanford, Nnniyttoii Mine,
Yonng Venturo, Jr., Colt.
JB3T" P"r parttcubiri apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or S. G. Wilder.
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
1 have received in-tructions to Fell at
Public Auitl n, at my Sn, e-
room, Queen street,
AT 1S4 O'CLOCK NOOX,
Tho Following Desirable Properties,
At Pulama at rear of the residence ul
II. It. 11. I iliuokiihuil:
Contninine; 441-lOOO acre, with entrance.
Iiy liinu from King stuet Ihi-ic in a
MUli-lanli il Dwelling I'onne with Oui
hems', etc., on thu lot, plunlul with
hlmile mill fiull trues
Adjoining Lot A, u Hi e site for u ioi
du..ce. LOT i.
A small lot, with Cimiage Ho ise, Slu.
The close prcximlty of these lots to
King street, and the'di ninnd f r re-d
deuces at Palama, render this an nn
UMial chance to ubtiiln fine pi i mists.
Map of the pioncriy can be teen at my
C3?"For further particulars apply lo
JAS. IP. MORGAN,
302 13 1 Auction? cr
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, Aug. 1st,
AT IS O'CLOCK -OOX.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at. Piildie Auction,
Situated at l'unahou,
And lately occupied by Mr. P. F. Grn-h-im
as aVesnti'iiee. The premises have
a fronlaee f 300 feet on Binglnini Btrect.
-.00 fct on Anesian sttcet, and 2(0 feet
on Alexander siieut. Theru is a
Commodious Dwelling House
On the lot containinir Pirl.ir, 3 Ri-d.
ronnis, niiiinjrrnom. Kitchen and Par
try, eic A m,
With Four Mall- ml Camilla- Honsi
and f-o van Is' l..oin . A'l''in Water
throughout, the premii-es. The ground
are well env, red with urasand ii-mb.
Ihe healfiy loca'l' n of tlii-property
and the iieariiiBS to tin; l'unahou Tixm
ears, male It lie c f the niosi de-imbli
lamily tcsi''e'ie.'s oil', ted lor -ale.
BSgrFor nn ftp'h r put r.tilart. applj
'O b. F. G'lih itn, ' r lo
JAS. F. MORGAN,
302 '3 Auctioneer
IN accordance u iili n-im- o il c chin
ter, ihe nii'inti. r "I 11 ci V
Hospital I'nrpnnri an: lieteb lire!
tied thai th liieni.i i! mcclitur i I tik
place hi the n""i "I the i lumber ul
imimccf mi MONDAY. .1 v 22
at 11 o'clock a, m .1. II. IMTY,
.'82 4toaw fM . u ij n u in
' Merlin j;.
i MIR ii'tiiu
iiihi tine: t ii e Waiohin
will u. held in the ITi. col .1
Honolulu on Ml i MIA V. .luh
at 10 o'clock k. m
C. P. IAUKEA,
NOTICE to CllEDITUKS
r"MIE nnder-itfii'il trivia notice tlm
JL he liu I ecu appoint! d Kxt-oiit.r
of the Will of rs Mun.aiel Keegan,
deceased. All peisoiiKliavinu hii.v cllms
agal'iht her c-t-ue whuther'secuicd In
tnortgagu or oth rle are nipiesteil 6
preiicm the S'lmeilu'y am hem u.i id ami
with proper vui Iters it any exist to
himnthinonic.iM.il oit-tr. et.iu Hon
lulu within clx " oniln fi.m ila'U i
they will he forever arrcd; nail ail
pursons liulo' ted to said esuile are re.
quested to iniko immediate iiymeni
Honolulu, July 10, lU-n. JiUJ im
ANEW WPeox & White Parlor
Oriran with eight, stop Snitahlit
for school or church A flno hiBtru
ment. Applv at 07 Punchhnnl Mict.
opposlto N 1. Mlf-Mon Institute. 273 tf
Lost or Mlsluid.
OERTIKIOATR No 241 for 2(1 shares
Mutual Telephone Mock standing
in the uamu of '. K. Stilliuan, on which
tiansfer hai been etnppcil Fimler please
return to Mr. O. K. Stilliuan or to the
Hiuxktin Ofll'-e. 27ld.9'iw.if
European Billiuvtl Parlors.
ryWE Handsomest liillinnl Parlors in
L the chy, and fitted up in tho most
approved fctylo Pom laities with all the
J. P. 110WEN & CO.,
370 tf Proprietor.
THE WRITING 18 IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
rx- o re eat
No Tilting of Carriage to Comjumo TimeOnly 28 Keys'-
Full Case of 84 CharactersInterchangealjlc Typo
KcyB that can be Changed in 5 Seconds.
gW This method allows the uso of any language or style of tvp.
Tho alignment of the Chandall is fur superior to any other type writer."
This cut represents the Type Sleeve peculiar to the CRANDALLTYPEWniTEn.
It nioveMip ami down, and twirls to tho right and left to reach a common
printing point. It contains all tho letters capitals, "lower case," -figures
and punctuation marks to tho number of eighty-four characters. Thit
Type Sleeve can be lomovcil, and another, with an entire change of typt,
inserted in the machine in a few kccoiuIs. The Sleeves can bo increased in
number to as to include all styles of letters.
gjS& Send for Catalogues.
-l-Olt SALE AT
All KMs of Carriage
Solicited at Very Low Prices.
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, ltiius, '
Pliinketc, lleavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
9ALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.fl0f
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
E BUY -
HA8 the best and cheapen Hlack
Hock, Coiil, Bund and Foil for
shIu in any tmni! v pnly at Urn law
olllco of U illimn O Achi, No. Ml Mer.
ohaut street, Honolulu, II. I, 301 Sta
ifvq vrure tfc j
Mmm Tvne Sleeve
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
. Wagon Repairing
LARGE INVOICE OF-
New Zealand Jams !
I UST received a com-lKnment of New
ft Zealand J im, a-Borted cases. Por
sale at low priees by
J E. BROWN & CO.,
'J27 tf 28 Merchant street.
3C01TAOES and Premises
on ) mm a s'reet. at a ren.
(onahli' ficnif. An- lv in
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwriuhi'b UlocU. M. rchant St.
STORE TO LET
rpHE Btore lately occupied
JL by K. O, Howe. Wai
5 Block, Kinc StrDi t. at reason.
ahle rental. Possession uiven at once.
I. '.a if
J. G. ROTH WELL.
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
I EXCELLENT Btnbles con
Ik taininslH Stalls, rotiailo
ui.d 7 acres Pasiunt Land, on
noma oircei. iiunr King, formerlj occu.
plwl by Mr. White, proprietor of tic
P llama Hup. To lot on very moderate
J. E. DROWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
HOU.SE and Premises at
Iwilnij Honolulu Home
contains threo lurco and two
small lo.msand hall and a large attic.
Co tago with threo rooms on the pre.
mists; cook and bath.liouBe. Stable
with three stalls and carriage house:
shude and fruit trees mi the premises.
Apply to .. M. MONSARRAT,
Oartnrighf Block, Meichant St.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
I NEW Cutundcr Oar.
J. riage just finished
and huml-omely trimmed
in rim class stylo must be immediately
wilil to close an assignment, can bo seen
"'I VVLIV-,"K oirriaue manufactury,
No. 12 Fort f-trcct. "
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AQENOY.