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DAJJA' BUJ41H UOttOJ.UMJ, JJ, tM AU.GUft'J? J, 186ri,
Holders of vvnter privileges, or
those paying water rutes, are hereby
notified that the hotiia for using
water for iriignting pin poses, are
Iiom: ti. o'clock' (o -8 o'clock a. m
auil.i o'clock to ti o'clock v. a.
..jKjHthose found violating the above
tttlo Will bo liable to hiwo thoit supply
of water cut off.
OHAS. B. WILSON,
Sujt. Honolulu Water Works.
L. A: Thurston,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 294 tf
J'lfilftil to natter Sect nor -Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, AUG. 1, 1889.
At eight o'clock to-monow (Fii
day) morning, a special revolution
edition of the D.wi.r Hui.ixtix will
he issued for the S. S. Australia's
foreign mail closing at eleven
o'clock. Tl is edition will contain
all the matter referring to the insur
rection appearing in this paper from
the first, with some additional mat
ter to he put in t$pe this evening.
Copies will be procurable fiom the
olllce and the bookstore.
The proceedings of Tuesday, July,
30th, make a fantastic illustration'
on flhel pages "of what has been
eventful Hawaiian hibtory. There
have been several turbulent inci
dents within living memory, the
riots at the present King's
accession, tho Moicno episode,
the l evolution for constitution
al government in 1887, and,
now, the "Wilcox fiasco that has
brought its nuthois to giief and
caused the sacrifice of several lives,
uniong the misguided band. We
aie not going to intrude counsel
upon the authorities as to what shall
be done with the lebcls. The Exe
cutive and the Judiciary are compe
tent to deal with. them'. , There aie
tome considerations, however, ap
propriate to .the event which are
matter of public discussion. What
Mr. Gribble o ably sets forth re
garding precautions for the futuro
need not here be emphasized at pre
sent. A great folly of the past is illus
trated in hold relief by this squelch
ed uprising. Although, as has often
been well said, Hawaii's weakness
is her strength, n.crazy military am
bition once like 'an evil spirit, pos
sessed the. government. Under this
influence the policy of having Ha
waiian youth of promise educated in
specific lines at great centeis of
civilization Mas employed to give
Uobert W. Wilcox and Hobert Boyd
a military and a naval training, res
pectively,, in Italian schools. Such
skill ay was necessary to be acquir
ed in those branches of course coin
pi!seV a degree of knowledge of
much utility in the arts of peace,
'out this object could have been am
ply.and better reached without go
ing so fnr from home, while the
warlike attainments of our hemes
seem not to have included the com
monsense icquircd to make great
commanders had the country been
in distress'for such at this juncture.
It may be .depended upon tlintllciiry
Grube Marchant, now learning the
art of engraving in Boston at Gov
ernment expense, will not f tit titer
cost the country blood and bills of
fepairs when returned home, but
will prove a needed and valuable
acquisition to the arts of peace. This
id thu only kind of education that
Hawaiian youth should be sent from
home to obtain.
A great mistake is made by some
people when they lpok upon Wilcox's
attempted coup d'etat as a similar
movement to the lieform revolution
and justifiable by that event. Wc
admit that it is an open question
whether the scheme of the Reform
Leoguo was absolutely Accessary
and wise that is, whether the posi
tive necessity of securing constitu
tional government might not have
been obtained within a reasonable
period by peaceful agitation. Apart
from that question, however, (hero
aro ninny points of differences bcr
twecu the two attempts -tho suc
cessful and the unsuccessful at
ovei throwing the Government of tho
day. In 1887 the people wcie re
plied to in their constitutional agita
tion, by threats uf expulsion or
murder of foreigner, by netivo war
like piepaiations as if for the carry
ing out of such threats, and by con
stantly aggravating wron3 of nd
ininistratiou. When the League was
ready for action, after an independ
ent press had long given warning
that serious measures would be
tnken if reform was, not granted
without, peaceful counsels still pre
vailed with the agitators. They
cho9eto voice popular grievances in
a mass meeting, thu show of force
to protect which was even called
forth by the Cabinet (admitting that
it was coming out anyway). The
King ostensibly met the League
halfway by a message of concessions
presented at that meeting, and His
Majesty was only further confionted
with forcible measuies when he
showed a disposition to avoid his
own promises to the people but a
few days old. In 1889 we have a
Cabinet that has passed the appi ov
al of two sessions of the Legisla-
tuie. Admitting the woist that has
been chaigctl against the administra
tion, its faults have been almost exclu
sively matters of detail. Its general
policy is summed up in the woi ds"eeo
nomy and internal improvement,"
as against the ruinous ante-revolution
process of riotous extravagance
at home and useless waste of money
upon foieign affairs. We do not
say that the errors of this adminis
tration do not merit its extinction at
the polls, but we assert that they.
do not call for that last losort of an
oppressed people, the violent over
throw of theii inlets by arms. The
Reformers mistakenly or not is be
side the cpieslion saw no hope of
redress at the fpools. The Keform
Government, judging by long tur
rrnt talk not only among its out
spoken opponents from the start
but among many who believed in
the original Kefoim Party's policy,
only consider uch has not been
lailhfully carried out was certain
of being upset at the near approach
ing geneial election. Indeed, with
a good alternative Cabinet to pi o
pose, a platform wNely drawn, and
reputable standard bearers on the
pait of the Opposition, it would
have been an uncommon tiiiunph of
constitutional politics if the Ministiy
should bin vivo the general elections.
Therefore, the attempt of Wilcox
and his "Liberal Patriotic Associa
tion" to remove the Cabinet and
detaosc the King was essentially
tiailorous, ouliageously foolish, and
There is one pleasant reflection,
amidst several considerations of a
reaijiuring nature, to be felt in rela
tion to the affair. This is, that the
Gcerninent without outside aid was
. ..!.!.. i-l. ... -I. .... ! 1 !. . I.
v-,ia.i.Bl iuugu uii.me.i ny uiv
suddenness of the denouement, to
so quickly thwart what was a much
more serious conspiracy than ap
peared on the face of tho actual de
velopment. It is as substantial a
ceitilicale to tho administration's
good conscience and capacity as
could be jn anywise won, to have it
said that the Jlinisliy had the cour
age and the ability to defend and
protect the Sovereign and itself
from the impact of an armed iusiii
rection. In this connection it 'is
proper to ineit here the pleasing
infoimntion that all of the volun
teers and citizens who took part in
restoiing peace and older will be
suitably rewarded by the Gov
THE LATE UNPLEASANTNESS.
KiJiTon Bi'M.im ; The tidings of
the ghastly faice which was luckily
bioughtto so apeidy a leimination
yesteul.iy will find its way into the
papers all .over the world in the
con i se of the next few days.
People who arc socially or finan
cially interested in tin: Inlands nill be
inclined to ask whether a revolution
has the same peiiodicily here as tho
biennial system of the Hawaiian Le
gislature. Two years ago about this time the
country was upheaved hy a i evolu
tion which brought with it a lasting
benefit to the nation at the cost of
no bloodshed or injury to property.
All fi iends of Hawaii felt that the
gain was cheaply purchased and be
lieved and told their neighbors that
now a stable government wns esta
blished and that peace and quiet
ness were assuied for a long tinio to
To-day the country i humiliated
by the possibility of such events as
thoso of yesterduy. The seUuia of
the Government buildings and of
the Palace bungalow by a rabble so
irresolute that they could not ob-
tntn jHwecHslon of tho palnoo, Al
though only held by a handful of
native 6oldicro, is a melancholy fact,
and the people will want to know
whether it is necessary to havo such
things happening occasionally to the
gicnt detriment of the public credit,
or whether it is possible to prevent
The thing was not spiting as a
mine upon tho city by clever un
known conspirators. It had been
town gossip for weeks, and the
clumsy boys who got it up, had, native-like,
given half their scheme
away from the outset.
When the thing was done the ri
flemen set to woik to quell the dis
turbance in good and manful earn
est, proving that there is sulllcient
material in the city to preserve ol
der as much as to lestorc it, but
whilst according the due meed of
praise to the gallant colonel, olllccis
and men, it is to be hoped that
everything will be done to prevent
the riot being magnified. It is cet
tain that attempts will be'inado else-
wheie so to color up the whole af
fair in the interests of journalism
that Hawaii will be believed to be
in a seriously disaffected state, the
Government unstable, Honolulu an
unsafe Jilace to visit, and Hawaiian
investments things to be severely
let alone. How untitle such icporls
would be only the people here would
know ; they have been believed be
foie in foreign paits, and they will
be believed again.
U it too much to ask, that some
investigation be set on foot into the
present system for preserving pence
and order in thu kingdom with a
view to icassiiring friends both at
home and abroad?
Kveij'one will congratulate the
defenders of the city on any i Os
walds which the people may award
them for their sen ices ; though pos
sibly they do not seek other rewnrd
than the nation's gi.itiludc; but if
the niilhoiilics can oiganisc a sys
tem of such efficiency that without
the need of martial law and an'
other weapon than the policeman's
truncheon, iiots can be kept from
ever comingjto a head, they will de
serve still "renter tribute from the
Loudon was electiilied a few years
ago by the possibility of a liot such
as that now famous as the Trafalgar
Square riot, whepa mob armed with
sticks ands stones took tcmpoiary
possession of the stieets, and the
aid of the military was needed. The
lesson learned was not to alter the
form of municipal government by
giving it uioie of a military char
acter, but consisted in the complete
oveihaul of the police system, spe
cially that of tho Intelligence l)e
patlment and the ariangeinents for
rapid concentration of the lcseive
police forces at any intended point.
The Ficuchman said of the Kng
lish that the weak point about them
was that they wcie all "too joll.v
comfortable," and perhaps Hono
lulu has found that out too and will
enieigo from this giuesomc business
with a fumer grasp upon the stiangc
multiform characteis which make up
her population. T. G. Guimti.K.
Kditok Brr.i.iniv: It has been
said, that the worst use that can be
made of a man is to hang him ; and
upon this piinciple, some of the
govemois of the Slates of the Unit
ed States pardon ciimiuals under
sentence of death, upon condition
that they shall immediately there
after leave the Stale and never re
turn, without permission of the gov
ernor of the tftate, and when such
,,,, is tlv aC(.q)te(l hy tue cu.
rit. it is held to be bindmir. amfif
1 .' "
he is afterwaid found in tiie State,
or leav cs the State, and afterward
returns without permission, he may
be arrested and hung.
TAKE THAT WALL DOWN.
Km ron Huu.in.N : There are
many things, that Honolulu needs to
have done, some of which cart wait
until u more convenient season,
some need to be done at once.
The immediate demolition of the
wall around the Palace grounds is
one of these. It should come down
at once, and be used for toad ma
teiial. It should come down now,
Ilccausc every one sees dis'inctly
that it is a menace to thu peace of
the community. Any hair-brained
enthusiast with a rabble at his heels
can muster behind that relic of the
middle ages, and put the community
to serious inconvejiieiiic, if not loss
of life before being dislodged,
Hecause it. is an unsightly barrier
altogether out of keeping with the
building it surrounds. The Palace
is not a ptison, and tlie King need
fear no enemy fioin outside so long
as there is decency and good order
and regard for civil government in
side. Ilccausc the public have an in
herent right to nil the comfort and
enjoyment Hint would come from
making those grounds beautiful, and
accessible from every direction.
Kinma Square is diinimilp'c and
Thomas Sqqare is too remote. .Let
us have a Palace Sqimic with a neat
fin b about it, and walls and fotin
inins, mid landscape gardening that
shall be in keeping with the Palace,
and forever bo a convenient, com
fortable resting place for the people.
The present is a very suggestive
time to do a little iconoclastic woik
with this vestigo of medievalism,
"Take that wall down!"
W, 1. 0.
THE DAILY BULLET) N-Tho
moot popular paper published,
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
NOTICE OF SALE!
11 j' direction of J Alfred Mngoon,
Trustee the uioilgngec nntnetl hi thnt
certain mot ignite, dated November 7th,
13S8, made by Kcnkn, I nm Instiuetcd to
ell at public auction',
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 3d,
At 12 o'clock noon of thntdny,
At ni Sniesi coins, In llono'iiht, all that
Piece or Parcel of Land
Situated at Kulnwnhlnc,floiio!ii!u,Oahli,
bounded as follows:
K liooniaka an i urn ke klhl Hcnvi o
kel.i e pill pu turn me ku klhl lllklua o
kn Apiuit 1, ma ke nluiiu! 1 huokanwu
lulu a holo aku :
Ak 01 16' Koni l!Jo knpmil pill mo
Apinnl, Ak ! :' Koiu 78 kaimni nlll
Mtiilwnl o ;Nminnu He u 01 la' 11 Ik ia
kapunl pill me Apann I!, Item ! 32' lllk
7 3 kapunl pi I me Aliiuui llaitln, n hikl
I ka hoomnka iiiu. Ill t( eka, a I Ikea
hot kn Apau.i i o in nlna o ,101111 Eon.
EST Tcnns enMi and Deeds at ex
pense of pm chaser.
For fuither paitioulaii npplv to J.
ALI-KL1) MAQOOX, orto
LEWIS J. LEAKEY,
!tl1 fit Auctioneer.
NOTICE of SALE.
Whcic.ifi, Ihc inoitgngu heiclunftrr
mentioned hath been heiutofoic duly
foi ocloeil by inhcitKcmcut of inoit
R.igeo'.i notice of intention to foieo'ose.
now theicfoiv by order qf John U.'Pnly,
nioiig.is;ie of a eeilnlu indenture of
iiioi Ignge, dated Dircmh r !, 1S!2, and
leeouled in the olllce of the JiegMi.u
of Convex ance-, In I.ilicr 7S. on liillos
7;i-."i. 1 am directed to sell at public auc
On SATURDAY, August 3.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOX,
At my saWi 00111, on the eotner of Foil
and (2iicc.ii -ficf ,' in Honolulu the
pi opei ty included and de-ciilied in -aid
moit!;.ige, :n follow-:
"" ALL THAT
Certain Piece or Parcel of Land!
hilit.itcd In M.inoi Valley, Nl.uid of
U.tliu. and hounded and' dueiib-
ed as follow:
Ucfdiiuiujr at the. E.il coiner :it the
place whole the tone w.i Is join on the
Xnrili edge of die lond and inimiug b
81' W 1.01 chain nlon; tho tone wall,
X !'.) 4)'. VV Hl.iO chain-, X y. i:
chain- N 17- -ir. W .'2i chains. J
L 1.10 eh tin-, h 17- 15". V. SAT, ehniii'-.
b :;'-.', W fi.OI chain-, to the siono wall,
!!) 15'. i; 10.!):! chains along the stone
wall to the initial point, and containing
an aie.i of o acies and being a poiliou
of the. )U'inies de-i'iibetl in Jloj.il Pa
tent (Grant) No i:l(i, and that were
conveyed to the ald 1 Kaliuhu hy Ila
ula by deed of p.iititinn made between
the panics on the 71 ti of July, 167"., and
of lecoid in thu Itogistij of lumej
.incis, In Libei 1!, on fo'lios 'JOfl-7-b-i).
jigr tj:kms cash;
Dccrioct PNpeii'-e of pm chaser.
1-tir fuither pniticul.iis apply to
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to J. M. Monsnir.it, Attorney foi
Dated Honolulu, July C, 1880. 313 fit
NOTICE of SALE
Wheieas. the inmtgngc l.cicinaftcr
mentioned hath been heietofoie. dnl.
foieeloied, by ndvcitieinout of inoit
gagee's notice of intention to foieeloe,
now ilieicfoiu by older of J, 51. 5Ion--nnat,
Assignee of a ceitain indeiitnic
of inmtg.ige, dated innuiiy 18, l.sgH.
madehy.l. L. Keniiuni, L. I. Knllola
Kcnumtl and Joseph M, Keniiuni to A.
II. Spencer, iccoided in the oJ11i'r of (he
Itcgistiiirof Poiivcnurcs, In Lihei 7i),
on folios ICO 2, and as-Igned by the
t-aid A, 11 Spencer to Alexander .1.
Unitw light, by deed of alignment,
dnlt'd ApiJI ISO. 1H&I. and lee ld-d In
l.lbei 7!l, on folios 177 8, and b the
Slid Alexiudei',1. mtu light to the said
J, 51. .Moii5.ii i at hy deed of assignment,
dated September 27. IKS", and iccoided
In Llbfi'71). on tolloHIO, I am diicctcd
to sell at public auction,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 3D,
At 12 o'clock noon.
At mv SalcMooin, on the coiner of Foil
and Queen Micels, In Honolulu, Urn
propel I j included and doeiibcd In Mid
iiioi Ignge, iih foi ows:
. ALL THOSK
M Parcels of Lai
Situate at lliiuuln, Inland of Oabu, and
mom pnitleulaily deecilbeU a
1 All thoso two nieces or parcels of
laud idtu.iU'd at mid Haiiula, containing
nnmc.iot 1 Q-ltm m-iiv, nod being the
Fiunn pienilse derciibeil In Jtnviil
Patent Xo. 1M18 Lund Coiiiiulssloii
Awiiid Xo. 8.B8, issued to Kenloha, and
that weio conveyed to :-ald L. 51. Kall
ola Kcauuui ami ,Iom'Ii 51. Kcauuul liy
T. likal by deed dated the li-t i.v of
.lime, 18K0, and iccoided in the ll.iwal
lan Iteglstiy of Coiiveyaiifea, in Llbi-r
7fi, on folios ;i,t and 111,
2d All that ph'LU or puccl of bud
situated at x.dd llauiila, couta'ulng nu
nieaof 1-10 of iiuncie, and Inlng the
sninu nicinUcs detcilbed In Ituynl Pa
tent 5(i, IfiL'U, Laud foniiulssioii am aid
Xo. 8 71 Issued to Honid Mbicli who
inheilled by said.) L, Keaimul fiom said
lloaai bU uiiiteiiuil uncle.
zsr Tintiis oash'i
Deeds nt expense of pin chaser.
Tor fiuthur paitltulais apply to
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to J.JI. Monsniiat, Attorney at Law.
Dated Honolulu, July 0, !'.. itltl l)t
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Ttnconn 2:22V, aicramenio, Sent. 15,
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clit-n, Jr ; 51'tHn'i dun bv Kmlmiit, la
liy Hil'y McCnuKi'ii; Hilly Mc'Viuken
hy McUrne'rienV 13iick lliiwk 7(7, oliir
siru of Lilly Dooliy, and ol ilicdamot
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Hawk, 707, hy V m ul HIilIc Hiivvk 5:
2n i dam by 51irci ili't, Iiek Unwk, In
liy Khbioii's iJ'iu.k iluwu. I lie dun n'
Q"uiun's Patchcn Ij .vo k' n ilc Chief,
ho by Vermont t !.i.k H,ii,k, 5
It T I'urroll ;i S-nn I-m ti co. the
former ownei of Mar n, vouchee ilmt
out of iliirytLv, m.irua served liyihi.
lior"?i iliiriug bio bi&t season in Qui'
fornia, ibbiy.flvu piovul with fn.il
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NEW Cutundir Car.
riaire iust llr.telmd
(indhiud oinch liinnncd
in lirst clns -lylc; imiM tic imnicdiiteh
sold to close an u iuntii n'. Applv to
HAWAIIAN UL'MNKs.S AuLniJY.
FurniHhcd Cottage To Let
Ste. A O.V1A1.L Uottnge In por-
"".rttS . feel (iwhrJ initm nnt.
jS-jaS ly fiiini-hed with nio-fjuto
pioof doois and window-, a il khtb u.
Conveniently situated in a hedtliy loca
lily, ltent icasoiuibl to good tenant.
HAWAIIAN HUsJNKSa AGKNCY.
Cotiago To J.et.
aS&& A XL"' one stoiy Cottage
elSSSiS i " "''I'1'1 P'tnf Liliha
V&szossia Hieei, coiualiilui;
n'cely pajieied and painted, bath loom,
kite en, nice lawn, sludij tiee, etc.
Will be iciited icaon..ble to a g od ten
ant. HAWAIIAN mj&IXKSa AGLNCY.
STOKE T ,I.ET"
toic litly occupied
t: ) Itf.n.. ibv1,
Block, Kmii; sue i. ntuusnii.
ahlo rental. Poai'nn idvcn nt oecr.
HAWAIIAN lll'SLNESS AGLXCY.
rj',i L best leniedyfor
1 wound,, itluers,
galls, pi uiiil flesh :md
j soics of cvciy dcBCilp
- - Hon to pei sons or nnl-
inal. Adopted by leading horse lall
load, club and lively stableti, etc.. in
the I'nited States and ilscwhcie. Wo
nie picpaied to iov this statement by
testimonials and icfcienccs to phiutuiH
and llvciyiucii in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN' MUSINGS AGENCY.
mid hioieoscoplo VIcwh of tlie
most nttiactlve tueneiy, buildings, etc,
in thus islands, for bale nt reasonable
HAWAIIAN UUSINKSS AGENCY.
Coiner Foit mid .Meichaut stieets.
v " dim
AN active mail to mako a tlioiough
ciiuwiss of tliupo Islands for the
sale of ai ticle i of nieilt. A peinianent
mid luci alive situation' to a conipctcnt
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