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PUdffii to ntithcr iiecl rcf Party,
Hut estiiblt'ihrd for the tenefit of nth
'.TFtCE 01' THE BoAKD Or HEALTH.
At ii regular rueeMntf of the Board
i.f tfculth, held July 13. ISSU, Geo.
i; P.nter was formally elected tfeere
Uu ti t lie Hoard.
N. It. KMKRSOX,
Pre'ident of tin Hoard of Itcultli.
It has pliMd Hi Majesty the
Jung to Appoint
Hon. SAMl'EL M. DAMON,
T" be Mil Minuter of Finance vice
Ji-n. Willium Lowthhm Green k
itied. Ioluui Palace, July 22, 1SS0.
Regulations or tho Board of Health
Regarding Dead Eodles and Interments.
TUESDAY, JULY 23. 1889.
The change in the Cabinet, vvhore-
1. Nf interment of a eurpr-e oi
d".nl body hall be iniide :i( a depth
l"-s than bis leel below (lie Mil face of
the gumml. nor within one hundred
f-et of uny .pi uitf, well, hike, pond,
r stream of iv.iW, nor within two
t.et of the lin.' of :iny lot, except bv
-pecinl peniii' f ..n Ai;ent of the
Board ..f Health
'1. No eorn-c, ii'ir Him remains of
any ib'jiii ltittn.tii body shall lie ex
poid, di.-ttirbfd, or removed from il
pi.iec of liuruil, imr -hali the recop
i iide, "container, or cIIin holding
nueh remain. ir e.up lie opened,
removed, in- .lUttli'ied nfSerdue inlet
li'.v!itteecpt tivi-ijidinj; to the icrm
of a permit ji inlt-I thi'refor bv an
Aentof tlie Board uf Health.
By Uider nt the Bo.ud nf Health.
GEO. C. POTTEK,
:;07 2t Secretary.
Holders of water privilege, or
thoo paying water rates, are hereby
notified shut the hours for usine,
water for irrigntiii.; puipo-ies, are
iiom: 0 o'clock to 8 o'clock A. it.,
mid i o'clock to d o'clock r. m.
Ul th.e found violating tiie above
i ,ile will lc liable to have their supply
of water cut oil.
C1IAH. II. WILSON,
Siiin. Honolulu Water Works.
i. A. Tnuttsio.v,
MiniM.er of Interior.
Honolulu, July H, JSS9. 2'JI tf
by Hon. S. M. Damon has succeed
imI V. L... Cireen as Minister of
Finance, ha" been commented upon
in these columns. As to the nianutr
of the transformation a few words
will be appropriate. It is well
known tlmt tit-der constitutional
government, not only in the mon
archical ytcm of Great Britain,
but in the republic succeeding the
monarchy of France, the lVimc
Minister makes all appointments in
the Cabinet. When a Cabinet re
signs ofllco, the sovereign in
France the President selects the
recognized leader of the Opposition
to form a new Mitiisliy, and if that
pur.-onage fails the -election of an
organizer goes on until the right
man is found. In this country the
olllce of '-premier" as once exer
cised here has long been extinct. It
vvasa cry against the late Mi. Gib
son that lie had without constitu
tional warrant revived in his own
person the olllce. All the same he
was in fact Prime Minister aicord-
ing 'o i.i" model except that he
ignored the duty of leaguing upon
adverse votes in the British manner.
At the revolution the party that suc
ceeded to power adopted the idea of
h Premier, presumably upon the
HritUli plan. Mr. (Jieen was the
individual chosen from a list of
names dictated to the King, as the
one to form a new Cabinet eoiitnil
ted to constitutional reform. As
the nominator ot his colleagues as
well as.hiuiself he was .Premier in
fact. But, as deciding the matter
as a precedent, Mr. Green counter
signed the new Constitution, as
published in the newspapers at the
time from authenticated copy, in
this wise, viz. : "By the King. W.
I,. Green, Piemier."
Damon succeeds the gentleman who
is known to have hern Prime Min
ister, it is improbable that he
should accept that post upon making
his ministcital debut. Mr. Austin,
I Minister of Foreign Affairs, is the
I senior member of tho Cabinet in
' years, but he has essayed no leader-
ship in the country or the Legisla
ture and may be considered as no
i aspirant to the Premiership. lie-
teen Messr. Thurston and Ash
ford, the remaining Ministers, must
the choice be, which is to be de
cided in (lie Cabinet, as there is no
opportunity in sight for a popular
selection. At nil events, the accept
ance by onu member of the Cabinet
of tlie responsibilities of leadership
before the country, in view especial
ly of the approaching election, and
before the Legislature, that alone
can give the Ministry a certificate of
approval or diMnissal, would be a
source of strength rather than of
weakness to the Cabinet, while giv
ing assurance to the people that in
any crisis arising within the Ministry
itself, a dangcrou-, deadlock might be
avoided by having a Prime Minister
who was in duty bound to accept all
responsibility for a solution that he
Bhould he empowered to effectuate.
niictlou Salts by Lewis J. Levey.
CONTINUATION Of SALE
Egan & Oos Store
Explaining why the Insuninco Commissioners bavo referred to Tho 3Iutu:il Tjlfo Insurance Coin
psin.v of Now iTork as "Tho Model Life Insurance Conijiauy of tJits Woi'ld," and why it
is entitled to your Grst consideration:
SF YOU WBSH TO PROVID!
UESOAY, July 23rd.
AT 7 O'ULDCK (sII.VUP,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
ROC 2t Auctioneer.
FOR YOUR WIFE!
FOR YOUR CHILDREN 1
FOR YOURSELF I
FOR A BEQUEST I
FOR AN INCUMBRANCE!
FOR A BUSINESS LOSS I
FOR YOUR RELATIVES! FOR A PARTNERSHIP INTEREST!
Whether You Live
Whether You Die!
Honolulu Tax Assessor's Office.
Kinm and after July 1, 18Si, the
undersold, lJeputy Assestor and
Villeetrir of Taxes for the District of
Kiina, Iblutid of Oaliu, will be in his
ftillee in tho Kapuaiwa Building on
aeh day (if the week (Sundays ex
cepted), from ! o'clock until i o'clock
(excepting Saturdays when tho oflice
will eloi. at 12 o'clock noon), for tho
jiurjio-e of reviving the returns of
nil peri-ons liablo to taxation in
gSFAll returns must be made to
the undesigned not later than July
iil, U-S'J, or no appeal can by law he
Special attention in heiowilh drawn
by the undersigned to the fact that
no rutin 11 is valid in law unless hWoin
t.i before the Assessor, Deputy As-i-esor,
"v'oiary I'uhlie, or ouio otlier
jieiron Kiithot jud to administer
Jllank forms on which to make ro
lurnh can be hail daily during the
month of July on application at the
ollicc of tho undersigned,
''. A. LLOYD,
Diputy Aatesfur and Collector of
Taxes for District ijf Koun, Is
land of Oaliu.
W. L. (JitKh-V,
Minister of Finance.
ADIVIDBN'I) Li the ei editors of II.
It. wl.l be dim mid pa) utile un tliu
Mist JvijVUl the otlhe of Alex. J. Can.
wiiulu, Merchaul street.
ami2w PP.U OltDKK.
,U1(N!SUKI Booms to le.
souttiWM't corner (it
I'uiicliliuwl anil llcri'tMiltt
ulrceifl, vyoiiUI lie very convenient torn
tmiull family. 2-''5 lim
As events have been viewed by
many people, it is believed that soon
after the formation of the original
Kef or in Cabinet, Mr. Green tacitly
laid down the role of Premier,
which was then accorded to the
Minister of the Interior by recogni
tion of his leadership inside and
outside of the Cabinet. He lias in
deed often been referred to in pub
lic print as "the leal Premier." The
question therefore aiises: Did Mr.
Thurston exercise prime ministerial
functions in filling the vacancy
caused by the necessary retirement
ef the Minister of Finance, or was
the new rdtniiter appointed as a re
sult of a vote of the whole Cabinet?
Another question naturally follows,
viz.: In either of the cases men
tioned in tho former query, was the
pelccti'in made upon individual or
Cabinet responsibility, or under
stress of outside and irresponsible
influences? Be it remembered, vrc
are not quarreling with the appoint
ment itself, upon which we have al
ready congratulated the appointee
and the Ministry. But the proce
dure in btifh cases io i.f great iin
Dortance. and nt this stage of
responsible government In Hawaii
bad precedents should be jealously
avoided. Suppose, fur instance,
tlmt an allhniative answer to the
latter alternative in the second ques
tion just propounded should he cor
rect, what an nhrining possibility
does it not foieshadow in relation to
future crises? The power behind the
rci-pun-ible Cabinet is to be n sitcl
from development, equally with the
power behind the throne in a system
where the sceptie is all poweiful.
The smallest evasion of niiiiiileiiul
responsibility, under in-titiitlons
such an every well-wisher of this
country would like to ice establish
ed hue, Is a step in a fatal direc
tion. Bcsiilei Miioolliiii ing the load
to blunders of administration, .irre
sponsible acts pave the way to "Ca
binet shuilles," detested elsewhere
and calculated to make the people a
secondary instead of a primary fnc
tor In tiovermncnt.
California having done itself in
finite credit by its successful land
settlement policy, is likvly now to
become renowned in the conquest
of parchid wilderness territory to
civilization. The Slate Board of
Trade has an arid land committee.
At a late meeting of this committee
it was reported that 17 irrigating
districts, embracing -',1)00,000 acies,
had been organized in the State anil
that several more, embracing .")0,
000 acrPH, were in process of forma
tion. A schedule of rivers and
stieams, with the area of water
sheds, in the State by counties had
been prepared, to give the Govern
ment commission an idea where re
servoirs could best be located. Such
extensive irrigation schemes as this
of California, together with the na
tional piojeet covering the locality
of the great American desert, ought
to have much interest for the people
of tins country. The full develop
ment' of tha resources of these isl
ands can never be looked for, before
large undertakings in irrigation by
either public or private enterprise,
or both, shall have been consummat
ed. At the last session of the Le
gislature a hopeful beginning was
made, in the appropriation of So.
000 for surveys and investigations
for a water ditch in llnmakua, anil
of :i,()00 foi survey of streams ris
ing in the Kohala mountains with a
view to conveying them into Korth
Kohala for inigation purposes.
On Liberal Terms !
1 am Instructed by Messr. T1IKO. II.
DAVIK5 & CO . to ii II at Public Auc.
lion, at lay Sa'e-rmuni,
On Wednesday and Thursday,
.luly 24th & flllli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
A Fine A snrtmcnl of New and Desir.
able UoniN, x leiinl uirlviils-, lonsdtt.
iug in pal i as inl'otts:
'JL-ailoi'ss" G oodw I
Tweeds, Cassimorcs, Diagonals,-
hoil Length or Pine ("nnds fir Snilp,
Lie, ., Lie., Etc.
A ( lioicii Lot of
The Mutual Lite Insurance Company of New York can furnish this provision in better
form and for less money than it can be done In any other way.
Good and Conclusive Eeasons Why?
1. Because it is the Oldest active Life Insurance Company in tho United States.
2. It is the Largest financial Institution in tho "World, its assets amounting to more thn
3. It is the Strongest and afoft Company, possessing over Thiity-two Millions of Dollars MOKE
cash resources than the next largest company in the world.
4. It is a Purely IMutual Company, with no stockholders to claim any part of the profits; the assets
nnd surplus all belong to the policy holders.
fi. Its expenses to receipts have been LESS, and its payments to policy holders MORE than any other
company, while its Total Surplus earned and dividends paid have never been equalled, hence
it is the Cheapest Company in which to insure.
C. It is the IJost Company, as it combines all the advantages of age, large and select membership, finan
cial strength, absolute security, and the cheapest insurance combined with the best investment
that is honestly possible under airy contract having a dcllrratc value to the beneficiary, while its
policies are the Simplest and most comprehensive as well as the most liberal forms of insur
ance contracts ever issued.,
A. D. THOMAS, Executive Special Agent, New Yoik. .107 tf
Assorted Crockery, Saddlery,
Muiwh, Blai.k''i5, .Merinni,
Lawns, Hats, Uinlerivei.r,
lii.v'iery. Flannels, Towel?, itc , i'ce.
Candle, Sardine, MuMnrd,
n nip, Jiair OP, &;., &c.
Sauec Pdn. Kry I'.ms,
Kettles, Tin Wa e, Ac, &c.
And numerous other Goods appertaining
to l!ie tiadc.
KSrThc Tailors' Goods will be ofi"ereil
on Wednesday, July 24th, at 11 o'clock
'1 He aliove ate nl! choice Fresh Goi-ds
manufacturer! expiestly fur lliis market
to which ilie Auctioneer calls special
attention to llic tra.le.
LEWIS J. LEVEY.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Six HorsesAi Auction
I will sill nt Public ucl:on, in front
of lay ftdcsioo'ti, tjueeii "-trf-et,
On THURSDAY, July 25th.
AT 12 O't'IAlUK. XOOX,
Six Hois-ei from ilie following Well
Stniil'ortl, Kprnyrtoii 33nre,
Young; Venture, Jr., Colt.
Also, 1 Roan Spraydon Horse, broken
CQSf For particulnrs npply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or S. C. WlLUEU. sonut
ResidoncBs at FaLama
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
CWNVHNIE.NT ltomiK for
i Inisltii-ss ofllccwor lodg
bit; apartments on ihu fiec mil
llnoriivi r the fruit hhiic on Klna Mteet,
lldsclt, "lllnlio lintel PiciuUei" III-
iiuire nt the trull uluic.
M J2t All CHEW.
I?OU SALE CHEAP
In view of the foregoing observa
tions and consiilerntions, we believe
it will lie conceded by thoughtful
minds that the manner of the recent
Cabinet change la unsatisfactory in
so far as it is shrouded In mystery
to tho public. 'I he Cabinet ought
to have a leader, and, whatever
(l'M; rutJdle Hav0. n,0 term "Prfinler" may have
,'inmni ir hIav), and I acquired In the nostiils of good
L'Olt. HllddlC. iT'llle, I ,,.., J.. ,, m,. b.ia -,.. Iinnnrllinl
CTjii!- - eic.ihrnwii ill tomuke ' .' '
burnt""- A)lyi ilili nU.ce, '-'ul u i piace 111 inn pwui- .vuuuiiiji. .n.
THE CABINET CIIAKGE.
ICniTOi: lirux'rix; Your remarks
on the resignation of the Hon. W.
L. Green, as Minister of Finance,
and the appointment by JJii Ma
jesty of the Hon. S. M. Damon to
the vacant olllce, were couched with
a due observance of the pioprietics.
The Adveitiser, however, slops
over: recognizing the present as
ore of the best adminUtratioiin 'lie
kingdom has ever had. ThU thought
probably came into the editorial
brain while tlie editoiial Miout was
swashing about in a good "fat take"
that had just been poured into the
olllce trough from the administra
There can be no epilation regard
ing the popularity ol Mr, Damon;
but his I'ricndu may well cudgel
their brains for a reas in for his mc
ccplance of the olllce. The step
uiuat have been taken from purely
patiiotic motive. It would not do
at this juncture of affairs political
to have a ministerial break-up. Mr.
Damon's us-ociates and advisers no
doubt felt that the next election)
must be manipulated by the friends
of Keform, not by its enemies.
The assertion may be ventured,
however, that Mr. Damon's popu
larity reached its zenith yesterday.
A fair ballot would surely have
routed his; colleagues exit ot olllce.
Mr. Damon may help them to stem
the tide at tho poll-, possibly turn
it ; but one canruit handle political
pitch without becoming polilicallv
M E ET I N (i ' OTI CE.
A MAMURD couple The man In
woil; in Ilie .va'il and garden, the
wife as wc iiiirxi and to in.iUe lieisell
guneiidl.v UK'ful. For wiiac-. un-i parti
cular:, hi ply til once at the olllce nf
this paper. 104 (Jt
A SdUVD during!
i lloisc, whirh vill
nho iro under smlillc.
'JtyJ2!$ Addtess "J. U.So. 100,''
at thifc olllce. 305 i't
as.. T P,,KI" e on
.fc'51, A l'u. -.ni inn
3jPp' Trnrl r l'!in'1' 1,:
on one of die
in. lie or P'Sii Leave oilers
villi ttati.ni' nt ol price. Mil'-
'A. h lt." (Icr.i.Krrx Olilce. 237 lin
FAT BEEF CATTLE.
NE Hundred Head of
I 'at sveer tor mle ut
Ul.im! of Hawaii.
I have received instructions to sell at
Public Aucti in, at lny iialcs-
room, (Jueen street,
On Thursday, Aug. I,
AT la O'ULOCIt soox.
The Following Desirable Properties,
At Pallium nt tear of the residence ol
li. It. II. I.iliu'ikiiluui:
Containing 4-t-l-lODO ncic, wi.li entranrc
liy larui from ICuii; slicet. iheie is a
Mibbiaulial Dwelling IJimse Willi Uut
liousew, ulo, on the lot, pluulul willi
blmde nud fiuit trees.
Adjoining I.ot A, a fi. e site for a resi
dence. LOT I.
A small !o", u;t.i Carriage Iloute, Slu
The dote prcx'mily of ilicie lots to
King btri'i", and Ilie minimi P i u-i
lUnccj a! l'ul.iii.a, Kii.ier this an i.u
iibiial diiM'tt lo niii.iin line p'unis'-..
"no of the proir i t.in lie it-en in iu
ta?"For fin titer particulars apply to
JAK. F. MOIUJAX,
30:! 10 Auciionter.
THE "NVltlTINO I- IX PLAIN "TMT, EVEN TO THE LAST
Lii. 1 i r-.it.
SSA CH&ZIZjAJJC i.',ii:4L.TlLTIE:'ai
No Tilting of Carriage to Consume TimeOnly 28 Keys
Full Case of 84 Characters Interchangeable Type
. KeyB that can be Changed in 5 Seconds.
This method allows the use of anv lancunce or stvlo of tvue.
The alignment of the Ckaniuu. is far superior to any other type writer."
Hew Zealand Jams !
JUST received a enn-iirniueiit of Nevi
iu.-iiiuul .I..m. a-Mjrlud ca5ea. Fin
sale at low ptlres liv
.) v.. ItltOWX & CO.,
'J27 tf. -S Merchant rtreet.
This cut represents the Type Sleeve peculiar to Hie Chandali, Typewriter-.
It moves up and down, and twirls to the linht and left to reach a common
printing point. It contains all the letters capitals, "lower case," fiiruies
and punctuation marks to the number of eighty-four characters. This
Type Sleeve can be removed, and another, with an entire change of type,
inserted in the machine in n few seconds. Tho Sleeves can be increased in
number so as to include all styles of letters.
gjST Send for Catalogues.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
2!2 tf General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
3BC AJWJk. I AJN
H Qj R .r RAM Qt JTf Jpk
bHinagu maiiuiauiuriiig m
k Muk Mkm
FOR SALE at .U-TIGW.
t Fli'V hirrols of the 'ihi v just re.
J reived per S. N. Cnptle. lot miIo l,v
f!04 2vv CASTLU & COOK IS.
AMKKTIXG of thu smekli-hlers of
Ihe lteeipr.-cl y upar Oompunv
iil lie I. eld id die olllei) of Hon, .1. S.
Walker, on TIIUltSD.VY, .luly :'.',, HW,
lit 10 O'clock A. M
K. I. SI'ALDINO,
JlOt at herniary.
jTAS the hist and' ihrnpoH Hlnck
l.X Ituclt, CoinI, tNiml and b'oll fur
sili- in ai.v ipiiiuii y. Apply at the law
oillce ol WHIP m O. Add, No. till Mer.
chii ul htrcrl, lloiiolulii, li. I. '.101 .'!m
riAHK ri'iruhirqtrirleilv nuc'lncpf the
L Pucilin IPirdWMc L'u. (I, VI). will
he held ai liidr llp on TP r DAY,
.Inly .'!U, ISSa, at to oVlnek vi
JAS, G. fil'liXCKK,
AM. r'rcfii- Imving hil'g nihibt the
iiiidi'r-i.'.nid ire icijiieit.'il to pro.
AAiit 'ho h. in.'; and lie mi Indebted to
llietn " iiipuHie.l to make iiiiuiviliate
5 07 1 w WOl.riJ A CO,
'PIUS iii to notily that u) aceounti
1. ri'iiniii! Pix uiimtlM mid over, and
not paid l.eloro Aiiutut .rilh, will ho
hail lid for iollO':lion without fuither
iii.tiee. fc H. SAOIIS.
Honoli.bl, July IP, lfcH'J. llOil lw
NOTICE to CKED1TOUS.
rivli: undril(;iiMl f?lves notice that
I he Ii ut. heen appointed Kveouliir
ol ihu S ill of vi rs Miirearct Kei'giui,
dcei'tiii'il. All porhonslmvln an) clnliiis
.mid i In r e-tiiio whcilier fceciued b.
iiiottaiige or nth rUu, am Kcpiested t'o
1'ie-i'i.i the h line duly authenticaiiil and
willi pn per vnudieiH It any e.st to
him tit hix olllce on foil t-lcel, in llouo
lulu, wiilibi lx noiiihs hum iln'ii oi
they will lie forever iiiriI; nail nil
perBoiiH iml'i' ted to fild cfiiitu urn ie
(piesinl lo in d,u liuuieillaiu ii)niriil
I.'oiioluln, July in, H"H. yu7 lot
On THURSDAY, Aur. 1st,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Queen ntiect, I will
sell al I'uhlie Auclioti,
Bliuated at Punahou,
And Iitcly nciur led by Mr. H, P, Gra
ham as a 'resilience. The prcmUcs have
a rrontaee i f S00 feet on hiiighnni street,
J0O lici on AncHiiiii Mreet, and 00 fee
on Ah x inder ntrei t. Tlruru is a
Commodious Dwelling House
On the lot containing Parlor, 3 lied,
rooms, Dlningrooin, Kitthcu ami Pan
try, elc. Aleo,
With Four Stalls i nil Currinue House
and bVvnnts' itooni-. Artolnn Water
throuKhnnt the jircinii-rs. Thu grminds
are well covered wnh mass and iicih.
Thu healthy location of this property
and the ni'iirms'. to the t'mialiou 'I ruin
cars, inalio II one of ihu moet de.slnible
laniily lenh'unppH otlerrd lor hide,
BQy-Poi any fuither puilluidara apply
to S. P. Oiuh.iin, or to
IAS. F. AIOUGAN,
.'J02 Uf Aiioiioiiri'r
Eiiroiicum liillhinl rarlors.
rPHB IlaiidsoinrM Hilllrird Parlors in
1 the chy, and lined up in the most
iippiovnl st lo Four lahles with all tin
J. 1. HOW UN A CO.,
270 tf Propiiciors.
gg- FOJU5ALE AT A BAKGAIN.
Elc, Elc, Elc.
All Kiis of Carriage k Wagon Rupirii
Solicited at Veiy Low Prices.
Our PATENT UIIEAKS oriKinatPil in Honolulu by us havo bcun
Iteduced 25 Per Cent irr Price.
-JUST KECE1VED A LAHCE INVOICE OF.
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Itinig,
Plankotc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Elc.
flfiTALL AT A GHEATLY ItEUUCEI) HATE.1
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
PIANO TOlt SALE.
ONK Finn Welar Pimm hi gem
drder. will lui sold at a reaonulihi
price, cm hu feeii n my raalilnnee, No.
t!7 Fort Ltrvcl near Hclionl
303 lw M. OltUEN.
VKW Wllcov White Parlor
Orzun with eleht tlfim Snlinliln
for fohinil or church. A linn Imam,
mint. Anplv nt fi7 Punohhowl meet,
npposftu N. P. Mission Institute. 37a tf