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i . V.
Regulations of the Board of Health
Regarding Dead Bodies and In
terments. 1. -No interment of a eorpso or
dead body nluill be made nt a depth
less than six feet below tho surface of
the ground, nor within one hundred
feot of nny spring, well, lake, pond,
or stream of water, nor within two
feet of the line of any lot, except by
special permit of an Agent of tho
Board of Health.
2. No corpse, nor the remains of
any dead human body ahull be ex
posed, disturbed, or removed from its
place of burial, nor shall the recep
tacle, container, or coffin holding
such remains or corpse be opened,
removed, or disturbed after due inter
ment, except according to the terms
of a permit granted therefor by an
Agent of the Board of Health.
By Order of the Board of Health.
GEO. C. TOTTER,
307 2t- Secretary.
Holders of water privileges, or
those paying water rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes, are
from : 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock a. ai.,
nnd 1 o'clock to C o'clock r. ii.
All those found violating the above
rule will bo liable to havo their supply
of water cut oft.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
L. A. Thurstox,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 291 tf
Honolulu Tax Assessor's Office.
From and after July 1, 1889, tho
undersigned, Deputy Assessor and
Collector of Taxes for the District of
Kona, Island of Oahu, will be in bib
office in the Kapuaiwa Building on
each day of tho week (Sundays ex
cepted), from 9 o'clock until 4 o'clock
(excepting Saturdays when the oflico
will close at 12 o'clock noon), for the
purpose of receiving tho returns of
all persons liable to taxation in
gj0TA returns must be made to
the undersigned not later than July
31, 1889, or no appeals can by law be
Special attention is herewith drawn
by the undersigned to tho fact that
no return is valid in law unless sworn
to before the AbSr-asor, 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 the
month of July on application tit the
office of the undersigned.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes for District of Kona, Is
land, of Oahu.
W. L. Grekn,
Minister of Finance.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But ettablished for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1889.
A California paper deprecates the
waste of burning straw instead of
using it for feitilizing purposes.
This is a hint that might be of value
to Hawaiian planters and farmers.
A judge in the District of Cali
fornia has decided that there is no
cruelty in docking a horso's tail.
The crueUy must then he all on the
side of the insects that attack- the
horse with impunity when his fly
brush is curtailed.
Ollice-seeking must he second to
'jury-fixing' as an industry of Cali
fornia. Within about a week after
Gen. Dimond's appointment as
Superintendent of tho Mint, he re
ceived 10,000 applications for sub
ordinate billets and had to employ
three clerks to index them.
If reports are correct, President
Harrison Is inclined to call an extra
session of Congress for October.
The object is to have organization
effected, committees.appointed, etc.,
so ao to give the whole of tho regu
lar session to legislative business.
Probably the Satnoan treaty would
come up for ratification at the extra
session, so as to avert complications
that might arise through delay.
The Cnntuliani ttr inakltltf h prttd
tical lest of the principle of the Into
Capt. Ends' pet project for enrry
ing ships across tho isthmus between
the Atlantio and the Pnciuc. They
ate rapidly constructing n ship rail
way across the isthmus, one mile
wide, separating the Bay of Fnndy
from the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It
will materially reduce the length of
voyages fiom United States ports to
the St. Lawrence river and Mont
real, and in the 'navigable season
shorten the sea voyage from Boston
to Europe for steamers.
The able letter of "ObserYer" in
this issue deservt9 more than cursory
perusal. Its idew upon the piesent
condition of the Kingdom must have
an echo in thoughtful minds, vrlill
its reflections in reference to grave
possibilities should, instead of pro
voking resentment in the hearts of
those who put their trust in sugar,
rather incite patriotic resolves in the
breasts of all the people to make
preparation for any luckless even
tuality. The Advertiser used to be near as
big as a live-cent piece, andi might
have done duty as a counterfeit
tramcar ticket. This morning it
dwindled down to the dimensions of
a pinhead. An editor who would
pass and endorse such a small and
stale critique on a typographical
error first appearing in a San Fran
cisco paper, as the letter of "Triple
Expansion,"' deserves to be retired
into the hospital that, in his original
spelling but contrary to fact, he
styles in the same issue an "elee
The Buj.uvriN is not in the habit
of correcting the typographical errors
of the Advertiser. It is the too
frcsli conductors of the latter paper
who have been given to a campaign
of that sort against this paper. We
are not inclined to correct even our
contemporary's misstatements of
fact, but in a small proportion of
cases have complied with outside re
quests almost daily leceived to per
form that service. The "trooly
rooial" style of the morning sheet,
its antiquated forms of expression,
its solccisnu, its hodgepodge mix
turoj of editorial utterances with
news are all sources of private
amusement but not deemed wot thy
of printed mention, especially as
our staff is not paid to coacli the
apprentice hands on other journals.
A GREAT MISTAKE.
The Advertiser makes an egre
gious blunder in representing the
Queen's Hospital as an eleemosynary
institution to all nationalities. It is
only such to native Ilawaiians, who,
by the way, are none too apprecia
tive of the fact. One of the great
est sources of discredit to Honolulu
is the fact that it has no hospital
open to sick or injured people who
have no money to pay for its shelter
and treatment, with the exception
aboved noted of Ilawaiians. The
hospital tax is an imposition and a
hardship, in that it is forced from
those nho aie refused any benefit
from it. So far as its functions go.
the Queen's Hospital is a creditable
institution, but if the writer of the
Advertiser article breaks his arm in
a clumsy flourish of his pen, ho
need "not go to the Queen's Hospital
to have the fracture reduced unless
lie carries the stated fee in his
Emtou Bulletin: The Advertis
er's comments on the closing out of
two retail grocery stores in Hono
lulu, and jesteiday's article in the
BuxM.m on Japanese immigration,
piesent no flattering view of affairs,
in this community. All the deparl
inen'.s of social life are ao depend
ent on one another, that a control
ling influence in one is felt in al1.
We have allowed ourselves to driit
into a social organization, iu which
we tacitly acquiesce in the manage
ment of public affairs by a few per
sons who have secured this control
ling influence and spring their mea
sures on an unresisting community.
Tho reciprocity treaty gave planta
tion owners in the Hawaiian Islands
an oppoitunity for extraordinary
gains. The consequent rapid de
velopment of the sugar industry has
not resulted, however, in the up
building of the Hawaiian people.
The native Hawaiian is of less ac
count to-day, comparatively, in
his native land tluti he wns before
tho transformation of tho country
into a congeries of sugar planta
tions. Shrewd, pushing men have come
to the fiont, and won huge prizes iu
the race for wealth. A few others
have been incidentally enriched by
the happy accidents of ownership of
land, or investment in a paying cor
poration. It is idle to say "what
one man can do another can." The
Hawaiian had the opportunity to
make himself a wealthy planter;
DA-ttft tmror sxwytMiVi b
'miwi uj'Ji f
uutwffal tverdTTis sWal Cflutlltlotia I
and antecedents, nnd how wns It '
poi-dlila for him to succeed with
such odds against lilm? Not even
the foreign residents, farmers and
aiUsans, who once found homes and
occupation hero, have been nhlo to
hold their own ngaiust the power of
capital and combinations. All over
these islands, where once a little,
thriving community had created a
plea-ant and prosperous villape.now
there is not a single resident family
of foreign birth.
l'liu same policy controls in our
new governmental organization. Wo
have n so-called constitutional gov
ernment; but its operations are not
political, so much as commetclal.
The government is not managed for
the greatest good of the greatest
Lumber. It is not "a govern
ment of the people by the peo
ple for the people." It is not a
democracy but u plutocracy, with a
constitution, like the chatter of a
sugar corpoiation, securing special
privileges to the managers Like
the railroad systems of the United
Siates, that have come under the
control of some capitalist, who al
lows a lesser moiety of shareholders
to have "the name but not the
our cabinet ministers with
their present "indeterminate it res
ponsibility" act as does a board of
railroad directors, managing well for
their own interests. Who is "re
sponsible" for the provisions of the
new constitution ; that is, who stand
forwaul as the known authors of
that precious document? What pub
lic and popular authorization lias
there been of the changes in the
King's constitutional advisers? In
llic adoption of the constitution
there was a general acquiescence.
But it was no less a forced acqui
esccuce on the part of the general
public, than when .Mm Eisk by
sharp practices got control of the
Erie railroad, or Vanderhilt by a
stroke of his pen doubled tho value
of his property. One must allow u
pretty wide margin, when consider
ing tlie morality of many of our
modern cnterpiises. What is legiti
mate in sharp financiering is not
always the same as what is right in
Again and again has this phase of
indeterminate icsponsibility appear
ed in our affairs, and been tacitly
acquiesced in, jut as "ministerial
responsibility" is in the present
government. It is in the very air.
Smaller plantations are being forced
to give up their separate organiza
tions that one controlling manage
ment may direct all affairs. There
ma- be much that is pleasant in
these dealings: but it is the hardest
head and the heaviest purse that
are the winners in this game, as any
one finds to his cost who enters into
it, just as truly as the bank must
be the ultimate winner when people
play the game of faro. Iu 'school
matters, the same policy is notice
able, and schools must be run to
suit the views of certain pet sons,
rather than adapted to the varying
needs of different communities. In
religious work it is not pleasant to
have diverse interests, tastes, me;
thoils: so the smaller church must
be choked off that there may be one
strong, centralized organization.
And all this is going on, spuing
upon people, who acquiesce iu what
they have not helped and cannot
What is to be the outcome of all
this? Suppose this whole group of
i-ltnds turned .into one big ring of
sugar plantations. So many more
tons of sugar may be made each
year; but what has become of the
manhood of the citizens V Theie
will bo no citizens worthy of the
name, but only employers and em
ployed. Suppose a man can get
10,000 tons of sugar olf of a piece
of land, where once a hundred peo
ple hail huppy homes: does that
sugar count for more in the balances
of eternal' justice than the thrift,
the love, the cares, the charms that
made up once the possibilities and
the prizes of life on that spot? Is
a man worth only the dollars that
stand against his namo on the asses
It is very easy to shift responsi
bility for any particular social con
dition or action, espicially when one
loses his personal identity in the
organization or business with which
he is connected. But when Dives
woke up in a world of torment to a
realizing sense of how little he had
made out of life, his agony was in
tensified, not only by ihe thought
that he hud found his supreme saii
faction in perishable earthly vani
ties, but by the remembrance that he
had sought his own personal selfish
gratification without any regaid to
the possibilities or needs of olheis.
Ami to take no higher view than a
prudential one, what h to hinder
some hitherto unknown blight, under
certain new elitna'ic condition?,
from destroying the valu.e of every
stalk of sugar cane on tins islands.
When one remembers how suddenly
nnd how quickly the potato rot des
troyed that staple article of food,
and how consequent starvation
decimated the people of Ireland ;
when one thinks that the sugar cane
is being cultivated for nn nbnomal
development of juico aluuo, and
propagated by ciitting,not by seed,
may not this artificial stimulation so
impiirthe vitality as to induce a
universal blight, the beginnings of
which we may perhaps already see
iu the cane at Kaneohe. Such is
tho situation, as it appears to one
THE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
JL "Tlie Dully Bulletin." 51) ccttu
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Auction Sales by Lewis I Levey.
SPECIAL SALE OF
By order of KrtAN & CO., I will sell at
1'itl lie Auction without rcscrvo
On SATURDAY, July 27, '89,
AT tO O'CLOCK A. 91,
At ray Salesroom!-1, corner of Fort anil
The Remainder of Stock of Dry Goods,
(To W In i Up the HiMnisi)
Mies & Gents Monro,
Etc, Hie.. Etc, Etc.
LEWIS J. LEV 12 Y,
Auclion Sale of Elegant
I am iiftruetul by Mil M (MIKEN lo
sell ill I'uhlic Mieiloit. at III" rusldt'tii e
tilil Fort st e t. (mi account of departure
1 1 om tlie Klngilnni),
On Tuesday, July 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
"ho whnle "f hi llo'is. Imld Furniture
iiiul l.licets m nipri-tipg in putt
In Exvei lint Hitler, a S ondid In
1 HI ek Kb my Eiiil' re.
1 Who hliony nnd Gill Jirillnierc
with Pa'tnti'd Panel?,
1 Klejinm H. W. I'arlor Suite, U
bolstered iu iinu t-ilk:
115 ".. Limits' U'o-k ift'ile.
Clmiee Unitize & liiu i Urnnment,
tiiitiide'ier-. Jt l.nm s,
Large & Small Rugs,
1 B. W. rombiimlinn S-ecreUr A
1 it. C Hid Lounge, Marble'o Cen
Ihiieket Env f'liiir-.
Elegant 13. V Sideboard,
B. r Eten-ion Idn ng Ti-be, B.
V. t llijrsr,
op ciotli & luting Loiincr,
B. V. Wirdroue iiu lime Glas-I'onr-
i DECORATED-DINNER SET
Fmrrc-s. Stove & Kilehf n U-enils,
2 Fii.h B. V. ltcoioom scs Mr
blelnp; 1 r'ninml Beilro m S-t,
1 Elegant U. ' , ' hi-uoniere.
Mosquito Nets, Hair & Spring Mattresses
.' U. V. Cliililn-n'- Urtl-teml,
115 . C 'inbiimtion Unhl's I'ed-
Glii'snnre. Ciockcy, I'ulhry,
(iaul n Ho-e & To i s, ie &c.
2?" Jlie1ne 11' be pi" for in
p cnon o i MuXI'AY, J .'t 2Mb, from
0 'o :l oc oeU r-M
E annual ine'tin'z of he Waiohliiu
AuiiiMi tui al & '.lazhur Co , (L'd),
will be held at the otllee of C. 1'. lau
kea. IWmolii 11, 011 "MONDAY. July 29
lbS'J, it' 10 o'clock a in.
C. P. IAUKE,
297 lJtrti It fceeietarv.
rVlK rejiu'iir piurti ily mieiinp: of the
JL Purine li.nlw.iru l"o,(l,'(l), will
ho belli at their IIIpd onTUESDY,
July :in, l-f't, nt in n' lonit a m
JAS. G. SPEXCEK,
!)07 til M-'crt-liiry.
A.' niVlPEVI) lo ihe orwlltnrs of II.
rx. ,M. iilb line n nil imwible on the
1-' J'lly, al U e otllm of Akx J fan.
wrluht.'t L'lcbanl tl v t.
!I00 2w PEH ORDEK.
MAHUIKI) e uple Tlie mm
work In llui if 1 iitid il'ir i.i', tliu
'ifeti o iiii'm Mul to in ilu lies u
iri'i 11 ally tiM'Inl I or wnyc ! 1 aril.
uitlui n ply al mice nt lliu nlllio ol
this paper !J01 (I
ALL per nn- h-vlng hills ngulnst tin
nmli r-leul . ! leqiieit d to pie
rent 'he smhh ; ami tli mi iiiilubleil lo
tliem me rt ijiuKil 10 make Immediate
iJOilw WOLFE & CO.
NOT II E.
rpiri3 Is o imii y Jl at nil ncrount
X nmiiinj: -n utnii h inl over, anil
not palil before AtigiiM full wPI le
linii'bd for colli rtinn uiiinen luilt r
notice X. S. SACHS.
HmioMii July IP. 1hb. HOI lw
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
HPnK under-iyiuil jrlves, notice that
I lie Ii-. 1 eeti appointed KxcctiKir
ol the '.MP of h Miimart't Keegun,
ilcrcuseil, All perBntifchiivinu iin cbiltns
iijnil ! her o.H'U vhelher teemed by
inorlgiig" or oih ri-e lire ri(ue.ied o
prceiii iIioh inn duly anthem e.i'idanil
with preper vniii'liuits If any cxixt to
li'm nt his olllce mi hut Mrii't,in Mono
lulu within -lx iinnilm from iht'o rr
they will be forever urred ; and all
peiMiiiR hub li'il to said inilo are te.
qties'iil to 111 le miniiili i'e 1 aytneiii
Uonolulu, July 10, 184U. 207 Im
rt -as, isaa.
.iki , m,0Bjenstiiptti.iwt)n
Explaining why the Insliranco Commissioners havo referred to Tho Mutual Life Insurance Com
pnny (if New York as '! J10 Model JLifo Insurance Company of tlio World," and why it
is entitled to your first consideration:
FOR YOUR WIFE I
FOR YOUR CHILDREN I
FOR YOUR RELATIVES!
Tho Mutuul Life Iimurnnco Company of Now York can furnish this provision In better
form anil for less money than ii can bo done iu any other way.
Good and Conclusive Reasons Why?
Because it is the Oldest active Life Insurance Company in the United States.
It is the Largest Financial Institution in the World, its assets amounting to more than
It is the Strongest and NnfoRt Company, possessing over Thirty-two Millions of Dollars MORE
cash resources than the next largest company in the world.
It is a 1'nrely Mutual Company, with no stockholders to claim any part of the profits; the assets
and surplus all belong to the policy holders.
5. 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.
G. It is tlie Hf.sl Company, ns it combines all the advantages of age, large nnd select membership, finan
cinl strength, absolute security, and tlie cheapest insurance combined with llic'hcsj investment
that is honestly possible under any eontiact having a delinate value to the beneficiary, while its
policies are the Simplest and most comprehensive 43 well as tlie most liberal forms of insur
ance contracts ever issued.
A. D. THOMAS, Executive Special Agent, New York. 307 if
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NLW f ninth r Cir
1 lane ju-t (hii-hi'd
in tlrsi olns- style; 11111 t be itntiiedi'eeh
miI.I 10 close nn aiennvnt. Applv to
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AUt.iNUY
Furnished Cottage To Let.
SM LT. Cott ge lit per
fect older 4 loom. Daft
ly fiiiui-lii'd with moMittto
proof door and windows and kl eh 11.
t'onvenieiitly situated in a healthy loea.
litv Rent reiiMinabl to pood tenant.
"HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Let.
ANEW one -lory Cottage
on upper part of Liliha
stieet. eon ainin; 5 100111$
11 eely p.ipeied and painted, bath room,
Kite eu. nice lawn. Mi.ide tiees. etc
Will be rented reaonable to a jr-jod teu
attt. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY".
STORE TO LET
'TVIh More lateh occut.ied
L by i; C ltr.we, Wav't
(Sine!;, K ns stre. t, ni rmson.
rpntl Pois"-1:! mi five it o"r-.
E best teincdy for
galls, pi ouil lloli and
knips of everv ile-crh -
" "lion to persons or ani-
uial-i. Adopted by leading hore lail
toad, club and livery -t b e, etc.. In
the United Mates and" il-uuheie We
.ue prep .ted to rove diK statement by
testimonial-! aud lefeienees tu planieis
and liveiyuien in tbi;. K.ngdoin.
HAWAIIAN I USINESa AGENCY
LAHGEas-or nientof ' hotogiaphs
and Meieo-e pie View- of the
inot attraethc eenetj. h..lldlug!, etc ,
in the Islands, fur dale at rcibonnble
HAW MIAN BU-INESS AGENCY.
Coiner Port and delimit btreet.
N active man to make a t' ornugh
cm ass of the-e Kl intM for the
sale of aitlelu of ineilt. peruiaiieut
and lueiatlve r It tisitlini to a e iiiipctwii
person. Aibliess with nfeienees Pet
OlUeel.ock Box No.."..M, lionolulti. 11. 1.
Notice lo Policy Holta
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States.
V7" 'U are rcspeet iid nipielul in
X en'e nny plalettienlf n e n ml
nm-'tiis of oihcr ci tiipi le- ig in.-- lb
Equitable, or it- metltoilii, o lay tin
inillL't prmnp'lv bel "P
. A. J. CAltTWKIGIIT,
281 tf Oeini-,1 Ateiil to- tlitu ib.
"Facts are Stubborn Things." .
At every ngc, on overy premium
table, and iu every year, the AC
TUAL ItESULTS of Tontino Polleies
of tho New Yoik Life Iin-uriineo Co.
have been LA KG Hit than those OK
ANY OTHER COMPANY tailing
fjW For particulars apply to
C. O. IlttlMiSKIt,
Ueti'l Agent Hawaiian IbluniltJ.
Letter on a
IF YOU WISH TO PROVIDE
FOR A BEQUEST!
FOR AN INCUMBRANCE!
FOR A BUSINESS LOSS I
FOR A PARTNERSHIP
THE WRITING IS IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
No Tilting of Carriage to Consume TimeOnly 28 Keys
Full Case of 84 Characters Interchangeable Type
Keys that can be Changed in 5 Seconds.
f& This method allows tho use of any language or style of type.
The alignment of the Ciundall is far' superior to any other type wi iter.
This cut represents the Type Sleeve peculiar to the CitANDAi.i.TYi'K Writer.
It nioe. up and down, and twills to the right and left to rcacli a common
punting point. It contains all the lettert capitals, "lower case," figures
and punctuation minks to the number of uigbty-four characters. This
Type Sleeve can be lemovetl, and another, with an entire change of type,
liis-erled in the machine in a few seconds. The Sleeves can be increased in
number to as to include all Styles of
bend for Uutalogues.
HAWAI ff JkJN
All Kinfls of Carriage
Our PATENT BREAKS oriuinittetl in Honolulu by usiavo been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A
Sec3iid Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, Ilimp,
Pluiiktttc, Heavy Illdcoty AVugon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
"ALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.p
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
PIANO FOR SALE.
ONE Flno Weber Plnno in goo.i
order will he mlil a' n rnnnitHlili.
prion, ran i.e n-en nt m r-siih'iice. Nn
an H'o t tiui-i near rielinni
303 lw W. GREEN.
-. rv i."
Whether You LiYe
J Whether You Die 1
Vital Topic !
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
8 n B
Etc., Etc., Etc.
AT A BARGAIN-
& flfap Repairine
Very Low Prices.
LARGE INVOICE OF-
NEW Wllcor & White Parlor
Orran with eight t,p Suitable
tclinil or chinch A Ann iiwr.,
mciit. Apply nt B7 I'linchb.iwl Mreet,
opposite N. 1'. Mlsilon InitHute. 273 tf
v .' AVt