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wttiijf jiubtiijSwh &o&ul
lloklcra of water privileges, or
those paying water rates, are lieteby
notified that the hours for using
water for iriiguting purposes, aie
from: 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock a. m.,
ami i o'clock to G o'clock i M.
All those found violating tho above
rule will be liable to have their supply
of water cut cff.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supl. Honolulu Water Works.
L. A. Thurston,"
Honolulu.'July 8, 1889. , 294 (f
Pledged to tuiiker Seel nor Parly,
But eitailisied for the Benefit of all.
SATURDAY, AUG. 3, 1889.
Including to-day's.rcgular edition,
the Bulletin oflke has issued over
ten thousand papers on the six days
of this week. Had the regular edi
tion come out tho day of the fight,
the aggregate number would have
been much larger.
It transpires that a prominent
Chinaman was present at a meeting
of the conspirators when ceitain
men took the oatli to support Wil
cox's constitution. It has als.o come
out that some natives were induced
to join the movement upon the as
surance that a Chinese company
were ready to back up the conspir
acy. These are very significant
facts that cannot fail to have due
fleet upon the public mind.
The Elele this morning vindicates
the "Hawaiian Political Associa
tion" from charges of connection
with the late rebellion. That paper
and that organization have been on
u different tack entirely for months
past, contending in a constitutional
manner for ceitain legitimate politi
cal doctrines. Some people, how
ever, seem to misunderstand the
name given above for that of the
revolutionary party, which is the
"Liberal Patriotic Association,"
Justice to Mr.? Lyons suggests "this
voluntary explanation on our part.
STEAM VS. GAS.
Editoii Bulletin: --The Adver
tiser this morning says "all our
presswork is done by steam." I
was uuder the impression that of
late its presswork had been done by
gas. B. S.
Editor Uui.i.ktix: Rumors are
atloat that Hie Government is in
tending to r.eward the volunteers
who turned out on the 30th of July,
by u gift of S10 apiece. We boys
don't think it a wise plan to tiiin
our service (into that of were hire
lings. Why not expend les3 money
and present each man who turned
out with a simple appropriate badge,
or something of that nature that
could be kept as a souvenir and
which would be appreciated much
more fully thati a simple cash pre
sent Ttbich many of us would not
accept. ' Vor.UNTixit.
Honolulu, Aug. 3d, 1880.
NEW ZEALAND WORLD'S FAIR.
Kditou Huli.ktin: Would you
permit me to suggest to planters,
manufacturers and landowners of
the Hawaiian Islands the advisabil
ity of having a full list of Hawaiian
products at the approaching New
Zealand Jubilee Exhibition, com
memorating the foundation of that
colony. Tliis exhibition is attract
ing a great deal of attention in Eng
land and on the continent.of Europe.
The United Status will be well re
presented, mid I understand that
the Australian colonies and Canada
have applied for very considerable
I w.as recently in New Zealand,
aud had repeated consultations with
the Exhibition Commissioners, who
expressed a strong desire to have
Hawaii fully represented. I am
aware that they Jiavo communicated
with the Government, hut 1 think it
i& not always ricsirablo to throw the
burden ot public enterprise upon
Ministers, who may not have avail
able funds'. For this i eagon I con
cluded to writ and bring the ques
tion prominently before the people,
feelipg well assuicd that tho Gov
ernment, would lend the Government
every reasonable) encoinagomeut,
Tha trade between New Zealand
and Honolulu is not huge, but it
gives promise of development. New
Zealand is mi importer of rice, su
gar, .and toffee, and although per
haps the conditions are against fend
ing sugar to any colonial port at
present, there is an opening for
coffee and rice, while the Colony
bail ship hgrlculllh'at ahti Hairy 0MP
rlticU in comticlc with the Coast. I
It. 1. 1 J "1 . .,- 4--, 1
mention this incidentally, however.
Sugar, rico and coffee should ho ex
hibited i nlfio furniture woods, ntti
cles of native manufacture, etc.
An effort ii being made by tho
Exhibition Commissioners to have
the vaiious Polynesian groups re
presented: and 1 anticipate that tho
Duncdin Kxhibition, in its native
division, will bo the most complete
representation of ancient Polynesian
life that bus ever been brought to
gether. Hawaii, as the leading
gtoup, should certainly make n
1 tt ust I may be excused for ad
dressing the Hawaiian public on
this subject, but 1 lived sullleicntly
long in Honolulu to feel a strong in
terest in its welfare. The capabil
ity and resources of the country
cannot be too widely known, t llnd
a great deal of ignorance legnrding I
the Islands in ottiermse weiMtiiorm
ed circles, and 1 cannot help think
ing that a creditable showing at the
Dunedin exhibition will be a better
advertisement to the country than
the display at Paris, however credi
table it may be. Honolulu is in the
direct track of travel between the
Colonies and the Coast, and is there
fore specially interested in this mat
ter. Yours etc.,
KODT. J. CltEIGlITOX.
San Francisco, July 27, 1889.
R. M. S. ALAMEDA.
The Koyal Mail Steamer Alameda,
Capt. II. G. Morse, tinivctl eaily
this morning from San Francisco,
nfter'a fine run of 0 days 3 hours
12 minutes. Left the latter port
Sunday July 28th at 2:15 a. in.
and experienced moderate IN'. W.
and N. K. winds with a smooth sea.
She brought -U cabin aud 18 steer
age passengers for Honolulu and
has in transit for Auckland 3 cabin
and 0 steerage, for Sydney 30 cabin
and 27 steerage passengers. The
Alameda sails for the Colonies at 8
o'clock this evening.
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD FOR JULY,
at 9 a.m. LOCAL time.
Temper.Uine llnroineter &0.f.
Uncoi routed llaionteler Heading. iJO.lni
Corrected Baionieter Heading. ...IIO.OOll
Tetiiperntiue, ihy bulb 83.8
wet " 74.8
Dow point liO.O
Elastic force of aqueotn vapor 70!)
Relative humidity C1.2
AT 0 1 M. LOCAL TIME.
Tenipenituie Barometer "7.0
L'ncoriected Baionieter Jlondlni'oJO.lS.'i
(Jon ecti'd Jtat omutcr I Jeadinsr
Tenipeniluie, div bulb
' wet "
Ei:itic force ol aqueous vapor
Rainfall ap r riiiiioinetci'iiiie!ic-)1.2;.0
EXIKCMES I'Oll MONTH.
Highest coriected U.ir. rcadhur, 110.121
on 2md ami 2,lid at 9 r. M. and 9 A. M.
Lowest eoi reeled 15. r. leading, 29.08G
on the 20th at 9 i n.
Highest temporaliue hi tho Miade.
I.owe-t tempeiatuip in the 'hade, CO
on the 2nd anil Itli.
Gieiitc-t dull r.dnfail, .J00 inehc.
on the 2CI1:.
THE MOUNT PILATUd RAILWAY,
One of the most dating feats of
modern engineeiing is the cog wheel
railway from Alpnach-Stad to Pila-tiis-Kulm
(G,72 1 feet above the level
uf the sea), in Switzeiland. The
road, which is absolutely safe, was
consti noted by Messrs. Locher i.
Co. and Mr. E. Guyer-Freuler, of
Zurich, under the personal supervi
sion of Colonel Locher, the well-
known civil enuineer and inventor
of this new system. The roadbed
is solid masonry throughout, faced
with granite blocks. Streams, gor
ges, etc., were traversed by means
of stone bridges. There aie seven
tunnels of 30 to 300 feet length.
The track is entirely of iron aud
steel, very firmly fastened by strong
screws to the masonry of the road
bed. The rack rail, midway be
tween and somewh.it higher than the
Hacks, is of wrought steel, and has
a double row of vertical cogs, milled
out of solid steel bars.
The locomotive and car, contain
ing thiity-two seats, form one vehi
cle (train) with two movable axles
and four cog wheels gripping the
cogs, and which, on downward trips,
can be controlled by vigorous autom
atic brakcp, The locomotives were
constructed by the Swiss Locomo
tive and Machine Factory, Winter
thtir. Tho speed of Hie locomotive
is two hundred feet per minute. The
views from the window of the car
during the ascent are simply grand,
wild mountain scenery constantly
changing with vaiicdand rare Alpine
Close to the station on top of the
mountain, is the Pilatus Kul in Hotel,
a new and massive building, well
appointed, well heated and in a shel
tered position. All rooms here have
a southern aspect, and afiord superb
vicub of thu mountains and glaciers
of the Alps. The old hotel Rellevuo
will be used as an annex to the new
The Pilatus Hailway was to be
opened on Juno 15, thu beginning
of thu season; ils stinting point,
Alpnach-Stad, i3 connected with
Zuiieh, Lucerne and Iuletlakcn by
tlm It, and N.lv. Railways, while the
stcitnieii on the VIerwaldstatter lake
connect it witli all points on the
beautiful lake, aud the Rigi niul'St.
Gotlinid Railways, thus bringing tho
Pilatus tour within easy access for
tourists travelling through Switzer
land. It will, no doubt, become one
of the most popular trips.
liLOSlHii EXSilCl&ES At WAlHto
At aii early hour on the morning
of July '26th, tho Walheo English
Govcrdltient school buildings, which
wcro beautifully decorated insido
and out with lovely flowcts and
ferns, wore crowded with people
from all parts of the island, the oc
casion being the examination and
closing exercises for the .year.
Notwithstanding the inclemency
of the went her a light rain was
falling thu people continued to
come until every available foot of
standing loom was occupied, and
tho windows and doorways jammed:
all anxious to sec what this "haole
ktimti kula" had accomplished, this
being the first year of the principal,
Mr. II. Z. Austin's, incumbency.
Judging from the vociferous
cheering, one would think these
people were well satisfied with Mr.
Austin's work, and, the truth to
tell, the pupils without an excep
tion, passed their examinations
the most severe and exacting ever
held in this part of the Kingdom
without a break, proving beyond
question the unceasing care aud
attention they have received.
Wc noticed many white teachers
and others interested in educational
and missionarj' matters present.
One of them who has been teaching
in this Kingdom for the past six
years and has attended the closing
exercises of this school from year to
year, remarked that she was very
much surprised, indeed, and did
not think it possible for a school, as
a whole, to make such a wonderful
impiovcment in so short a lime.
Another said, "I have never heard
such pel feet articulation and perfect
pronunciation of the English lan
guage by native boys aud girls as 1
have heard here to-day."
This is one of the features of this
school. Mr. Austin gives special
and particular attention to the
teaching of correct English, and he
is ceitaiuly justified in feeling proud
of the success attained. The higher
classes gave exhibitions of their
knowledge of algebia, history, physi
ology, and grammar which were sur
prising. A sentence was given
them by a visitor. They first ana
lyzed it, then diagramed it, and
parsed every word, giving the num
ber of the rule for tho construction
as laid down in syntax. In algebra
they worked examples in three or
more unknown quantities without
the least hesitation, proving their
familiarity with this branch of
science. The closing exercises were
very well rendered and exceedingly
The infant class surpassed them
selves both in the attainment of the
English language, arithmetic and
their beautiful wiitlng, as well as
the very able manner in which they
acquitted themselves in the closing
exercises. ISut where all was so
well done, it is hard to single out any.
James Kekela, a little fellow, de
livered his address of welcome in a
very pleasing and perfect manner.
Willie Makakoa has a sweet musical
voice which evinces considerable
cultivation. Kawaihoa Oana de
livered an extract from the Declar
ation of Independence in a masterly
manner, using perfect English and
witli1 considerable eloquence.
Abraham Nuahiwa convulsed
with laughter all present with his
inimitable lcndilion of "Old Man
Winter'' in "The Seasons." Miss
Julia Kaina sang a solo, "The Gold
en Shore," which elicited applause.
SJie possesses an unusually sweet
v.oiee and knows how to use it.
Miss Ella Pohano, in "Over the
Hills to the Poor House," brought
tears to the eyes of main- by the
pathetic manner in which she spoke
it, as did Chus. Kumukahi in his
"Over the Hills from the Poor
House." Miss Ilattie Maule, as
valedictorian, delivered her farewell
to schoolmates and teachers in a
most beautiful and impressive man
ner. Altogether it was an unqualified
success. We think great credit is
due the lady teachers of this school
Mis. II. Z. Austin and Miss Ellen
Kninai Daniels. They seemed pos
sessed of the happy faculty of im
parting the rudimental liranchcs to
the minds of these little natives in
such an attractive form that they re
tain it. Mr. Austin and the people
of Waihce are to be congratulated
upon his very able assistants in
these ladies. Zimiu Skisni:u.
Wailnku, Maui, July 27.
AH OFFICER'S FUN.
To the United Service Gazette an
eye-witness sends an account of an
incident in the Easter manmuvres ut
Portsmouth which deserves some
comment. It appears that at one
period in the operations the 1st City
of London Artillery, under the com
mand of Colonel Hope, V. C,
stationed in Foit Cumberland, were
attacked by the London Itilles Bri
gade. The Rifles advanced right in
the teeth of a monster gun, station
ed in the fort, which was being used
with muideious effect upon them;
but taking no notice of this, thoy
proceeded merrily onwnids. At
last Colonel Hope could stand it no
longer, so turning round to his staff
ho said, 'Well, ir they won't believe
thoy arc dead, nil that I can do is to
give them n decent burial,' so lie
forthwith foil in his men, formed
them in funeral order, marched them
out of tho foit with their arms re
vcised, and band playing the Dead
March in 'Saul. The rillca by this
tiinn had fallen in on tho glacis, so
the artillerymen marched round
them to tho iuspiiliig tunes of the
Dead March, and then, to crown all,
actually fired three volleys over
A ntt or mm m mu
fcMT0ltHt,-M.fcTM! litltdly RtVCCk
lias passed during the lust two
months but that sonic ono of tho
residents of l'nia or Makuwuo have
had their houses or places of busi
ness ontcred by burglars and goods
or jewelry and money stolen, while
many entries have been mado and
in some way or another the burglars
have been scared off without obtain
Shoes, hats, knives and other
things hiio been left behind by thu
robbers in their precipitous flight,
which would have afforded a compe
tent detcetivo us good a clue as he
could wisli for in following up aud
bringing to justice the olfendcrs ;
yot our police seem to be inadequate
to cope with this alarming evil, and
the burglars, emboldened by their
successes and immunity from ar
rest, carry on their business with
impunity. The evil has become so
great that many of our citizens arc
arming themselves in order that they
may be ready at any time to defend
their homes from being plundered
aud perhaps their lives from being
8aciiticcd. It seems that the time
has arrived when the Government
should take this matter m baud and
inaugurate such measures as shall
effectually protect life and propeity,
in these out of the way places.
The present police torce is no
doubt competent to perform all the
duties lcquircd of it upon ordinary
occasions, but if, as is the case now,
extiaordmary precaution and watch
fulness is required, a supplemental
fore should be added sufficiently
large to enable the deputy sheriff to
detail a day and night watch. Unless
heroic measures are soon adopted to
stop this ncfaiious business, and in
sure protection to life and property,
blood will bo shed and then
perhaps the Government will awaken
to the necessity of affoiding its citi
zens protection from unlawful dc
Paia, July 23.
Editok Bui.ixtix: The burglars
in Makawao arc getting bolder and
bolder,, Wednesday; morning nt 2
o'clock a house was entered at Paia.
A light was burning, and the burglar
coolly entered into the bedroom, and
was plainly seen by the person in
bed, who was lying awake at the
time. He was seated off by a dog,
however, and succeeded in escap
ing. This morning, between two and
three, a house at Haiku, occupied
by a Portuguese, was entered and
all his savings were stolen, amount
ing to over five hundred dollars. If
this is not a disgrace to our police,
I should like to know what is, and
it will come to this, that every citi
zen will nereaitor go armed, ana
probably bloodshed be the lesult.
Under such circumstance extraordi
naiy measures ought to be taken,
and tho authorities must do some
thing, if trouble will be avoided.
This has now been going on solmig,
that it is high time a stopper is put
to it, and the burning question is,
What will bo done about it.
Hamakuapoko, July 20.
REFLECTIONS OF A GAT.
The nicest bed is a pan of rising
The old maid is the cat's good
If it wasn't for the rat I would be
I think I have a pretty nose when
it isn't scratched.
The oven was about the hottest
place I was ever in.
I am blamed for a great man'
things the giil breaks.
In all my experience I never saw
a cat hit with a bootjack.
Every cat that gets on our back
fence doesn't come to see me.
When people go to sit down they
never see I urn asleep in the chaii1.
When I can't get the ribbon off
my neck I try to drag it in the dirt;
If I hadn't tnlous the small boy
would find no fun in pulling my tail.
The sailor is the only one who
would sooner have a rat than a cat
The missis and I can never agree
as to the place where 1 shall bring
up my kittens.
Missis used to leave mo Only one
kitten until after she had twins her
self, and then she left me two.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
,On TUESDAY, August Gth
AT ltt O'CLOCK XOUX,
At the "Mansioa Huuo Premises," cor.
ncr of Bcretanin slicet and Garden
Ime, I will soil at Public
JAS. P. MORGAN,
rpwn Men, one in take care, of horses,
JL the i.tbnr for a ranch usuneiul
fiiinur A ply nt 'his oillr.e. JtlOtf
JL 28 columns, purely
foreign countrlou, $5 per
Important Letter on
Esplalntng why the Insurances Commissioners have referred to Tho Mutiml JAfo Insurance Com
pany of New "STork as "Tho Model IjII'o Insurance Company of the AVorld," and why It
is entitled to your first consideration:.
FOR YOUR WIFE I
FOR YOUR CHILDREN I
FOR YOURSELF I
FOR YOUR RELATIVES!
The Mutual Lilo Insurance Company of New York
form and for less money than it can bo done In any other way.
Good and Conclusive Reasons Why?
1. Bccause.it is the Oldest active Life Insurance Company in tho United States.
2. It is the LurgeMl Financial Institution in the AVorld, ils assets amounting. to more than
-It is the Strongest and hafeat Company, possessing over Thirty-two Millions of Dollars MORE
cash resources than tlicxnext largest company in the world.
-It is a Purely Mutual Company, with no stockholders to claim any part of the profits; the assets
and surplus all belong to the policy holders.
-Its expenses to receipts have been LESS, and its payments to policy holders MORIS 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.
-It is the B'st Company, as it combines all the advantages of age, largo and select membership, finan
ciul strength, absolute security, and the cheapest insurance combined witli the best investment
that is honestly possible under any contiact having a dellnatc value to the beneficiary, while its'
policies arc ttic Simplest and most comprehensive as well as the most liberal forms of insur
ance contracts ever issued.
A. D. THOMAS, Executive Special
The Tlmiiglilircil Stallion
"Will stand nt scivico at
$50 ui $75 Insurance.
IU.COIW 2:22J, j-aemmen'o, Sept. 15,
PKnioitEE: Mann was Mred by
Qiiitin'a I'nlclien, lie by t.eo. M. Pal
cIiimi, Jr ; Mtirin's dnm l Emigrant, lie
by Mil y AtcCrackin; Itijly MeOrackcn
by MoC'rar!,enS Uiack Uiuvk, 707, (ihe
ire of Lilly DonU-v, and ol tlic dam of
Ove itrnir, 2:lif). McCruc ken's JJInck
Inwk, 707, by V inunt Bbiel; llau U, 5 ,
2n'i (lain by Mnrihll's ..lack Uawlc, he
by Knsion's Bl.ick Uawrf. Tho tbim of
Qulnn's Putehen by Slockbrhlge Chiuf,
he. by Vermont Uhick ll.iwk, 5
It. T. Carroll of t;uu Krai c! eo. tho
fonner owmr of Mu n, vouelue, tha'
out of ihir.y.fix mines stivul by ibis
hoi Re during bis liibl reuson in "Cali
forcia, lhirty.flvc provtd wiili foul
1AM, K. ISEKBEKU.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NinV Cntuucltr Uir
liarc jnn llniRhcu
In first club-, biyle; must he imniciMiitely
sold to close uti ui-sijrnmi'nt. Aimlv to
HAWAIIAN UUB1NK5S AUliNUY.
Cottage To Let.
-jS?.. A A 2JEW one story Cottage
j8&jfz(& " upper p.ut of Llliha
SSiiEiS stuct, coiuahilnc 5 mollis
n'et'ly papeied and painted, bath room,
kilo en, nice lawn, t-lmdu tiecs, etc.
Will be rented leiiionable to a jj'-K'd ten
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
STORE TO LET
af.. A rPllK Stole lately occunled
lii2Si3 Block, Kini; tm t. at u-asou.
able rcnt'd. Po'ues-i'in eiven nt one
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
'?"h E best lomedyfor
x wounds uleeis,
galls, pioud llesli anil
hores of every dci-cilp-tiou
to iiuihuns or ani
mals. Adopted by leading horse lall
loail, club and hyery stables, etc., in
the I'nlted Slates and elsewhere. We.
aie prepuied to rove this statement by
testimonials and lefeienees to platueis
and llveiyincn in this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY'.
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and Ktoieobcoplo Vlewn of tho
most attiaetlvo eeoueiy, buildings, etc,
in thesj islands, for sale at leuhonuble
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Foil and Meicliant Htreets.
FJSKNS FOR SALE.
Ferns will find n
X chnlco assortment, from
Jordan' fernery at tlm ttoro of A. I.
Smith, Foit street. Price, reasonable.
NEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Oran with elelit Btop-t. Suitable
for (cbool or church. A line iustrii.
inent. Apply at 57 Punchbowl Htreet,
opposite M. P. Mission Institute. 373 tt
European Billiard Parlors.
qJIK nnndBomeKt Billiard Parlors in
X tho oliy, ami fitted up In the most
npprovtd fctylu. Four tables with all thu
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
870 tf Proprietors.
BF YOU WISH TO PROVBDE
FOR A BEQUEST!
FOR AN INCUMBRANCE!
FOR A BUSINESS LOSS!
FOR A PARTNERSHIP INTERESTl
Agent, New Yoik.
100 FOKT STKEKT, HONOLULU.
r COLGATE & COMPANY'S j
TOILET ARTICLES,1 II
peS Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Soap. 11
frSS?9 Casliiuerc Bouquet Perfume. 11
I Lrijjj $ Violet Toilet Water.
11 feSP Hiuce Bouclie, (Dentifrice.) Ji
General Depot, Wholesale and Retail.-
THE WKITING IS IN PLAIN SIGHT,
No Tilting of Carriage to Consume Time Only 28 Keys
Full Caso of 84 Characters Interchangeable Type
Keys that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds.
j7 This method allows tho ubc of any language or Btyle of typo.
Tho alignment 6f the Chanualu is far superior to any other type writer.
This cut lopresonlH the Type Sleeve peculiar lo'the Ckandai.l Type Whiteh.
It moves up and down, and twirls to the right and loft to reach a common
piinting point. It contains nil tho letters capitals, "lawer ense," figures
and punctuation innikb to tho number of eighty-four character.". This
Typo Sleeve can bo icniovcd, and another, with nn entire change of type ,
insnited in tho machine in a few seconds. Tho Sleeves can be increased in
numbc-r ho as to include all styles of letters.
grf?" Send for Catalogues.
Mr. Frank Brown,
Xi Mr. James Lovo,
LATE Itesidcnco of
Mr. M. Green,
210 Fort street.
STOKE, Etc , now occupied by
Mr. Wolla, Grocer,
JOS?" Apply to
A. J. OAUTW1UGIIT,
800 tf Merchant street.
filai ionic !
Whether You LiYe
J Whether You Die I
can furnish this provision In belter
EVEN TO THE LAST
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Gejieial Agents for the Hawaiian Iblands.
A FEW barrels of tho above just re
reived per S. N. Ciistlo. forMiln lm
CASTLE & COOKE.
A DIVIDEND to the creditors of II.
M. will be due and payable on the
Slst July, at tlm offlco of Alex. J. Cart
wilglit, Merchant street.
"" "w 1M5R ORDER.
HAS tho best and cheapest Black
Hock, Coial, Sand and Boll for
t.alu in iiny rnmnti'y. Apply at the law
olllco of William C. Acid, No. 8(1 Mer.
chant etroet, llonolulu, II. I. 301 Jin