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The supply of water will be shut
off at Ktipnlama Liliha street ami
School street, wet of the Wnil.aha
lulu Bridge, fiom G A. m. to 6 r. M.,
on FRIDAY. October 25, 18S9.
cha. n. WILSON.
Snpeiititeiulent Water Woik?.
Honolulu. Oct. i!3, 188. J1S5 21
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T It TO
Pltiieil to neither Sect nor Putty,
But established for the benefit of nil.
TUPRSDAY. OCT. 21, 1889.
KiH'iou Jk'i.T.KTis : Last evening
about eleven o'clock two of the cap
tains of the polioo force got into a
wrangle outside of the Station
House, which lasted some fifteen
minutes, The language used by
one of them was of the moat disgust
ing and filthy nature and very un
becoming a man who is paid to pre
serve order and peace. I think it
"i9 the duty of the Marshal to in
quire into I his matter and see
that there is not a repetition of such
unwarranted conduct on the part
of a police cillicer. Oiiir.
Editor Bui ij.ti : In Rev. S.
E. Bishop's communication in your
paper of last Tuesday, he says:
'Thetaternent which 'Facts' ac
cuses me of making so as to degrade
Hawaiians, is not to be found in the
essay which he tries to quote, nor
anything like it.' I did not quote
from his published pamphlet but
from statements made by him at a
meeting of the Social Science Asso
ciation, at the residence of one of
the prominent members of that so
ciety. I was in Honolulu at the
time and my information came from
a gentleman who was present on
that occasion. Will Mr. Bishop
deny that he made such a statement
on the evening in queston, viz. :
"that hardlv five per cent, of the
native Hawaiians were free from
syphilistic taint?" Evidently he
thought better of this nsscition and
that's why it does not appear in the
printed pamphlet. His attempt,
uow, to shuttle out of the responsi
bility of this mendacious assertion
is on a par with the sophistical way
in which he crawls out of other slan
derous and random statements which
he has made at the expense of the
If Mr. Bishop has ever, in any
way, exhibited any affection for the
natives then this community have
for thirty years lived in ignorance
of this dark and unfamiliar fact ;
for to my certain knowledge during
that time he has been mostly en
gaged in saying as mean things
about them as was consistent with
hi9 spiteful aud maundering mind.
Will Mr. Bishop tell us less of his
"love and affection for the natives"
and more about his boasted produc
tions of the late red sunset phe
nomena in-3hort will he be kind
enough to "come, off the roof?" He
makes me tired. Facts.
DISMISSING THE JURY.
Rmicii Bulletin: I have great
lespect for our Supreme Couit, and
would never refer to our judges in
the disrespectful language that may
be heard any day in Honolulu, from
dti.ens of greater prominence than
T hold or aspire to ; but, neverthe
less, I do not possess that veneration
for any human being which would
consider a judge incapable of error
or exalt him above censure. Our
judges are human, and, being hu
man, are liable to err. Our judges
are public servants, and, as public
servants, are properly liable to pub
lic criticism".- According to yester
day's BrutKTis, the presiding judge
in the case of Rex. v. Wilcox dis
harged the jury in the midst of the
trial, bec-ttuse a juror, in questioning
a witness, expressed an opinion in
regard to the action of that witness,
not, belt remembered, in regard to
the case on trial. I ahull be glad
to bo shown that the judge was with
in his legal right; but in the mean
time hold the opinion that he over
stepped his authority. The jury, as
a whole, had been accepted by the
prosecution, the defence, and the
court, and was duly sworn j nfter
which, during the trial, neither of
the pai ties had a right to object.
The remedy for any miscouduct on
the part of tho jury i provided for
by a court of appeal. Thu judge,
according to the Buxlktim, quoted
no precedent for his action, although
he beliered pieoedents could bo
found, at the same time confessing
that it made no difference to him
whether they could be or not, but
"if there was no precedent he would
make one." Now, I, as one of .the
people, hold that if a Judge i's at
liberty to make precedents at will,
we had better dispense with the
Legislature, and let the judges run
the country according to their own
Bwcet will, waking law as well as
sdministerlnfj it. The docile Ha-
trnitnn nubile may nutctl.y submit to
this kind of thing, but iho Amerlenu
nubile, icaloiiB of lliclr riclits, ticv
would. Let mo say one word more)
U not to assume that tho misconduct
of ouo juror affects the others tin in
suit to the remaining eleven?
A. U. ,1.
AFoitticul 3teciu.K"Otlici' 3J.-utcr?
From .the Ililo Jieconf, Oct. 15.)
On Thursday evening last in an
swer to a call requesting the Noble
electors of this district to meet, lor
the purpose of appointing a "cen
tral committee" on elections for
this Inland, a few of those living iu
the town assembled at the Court
house, and on motion the meeting
was adjourned to Saturday evening,
in order to get a fuller attendance.
On Saturday evening, the mcctinjj
was called to order by Mr. Tucker,
chairman. The object for which
the meeting was called waa fully
stated by Mr. 1. II. Hitchcock, and
on motion the following named gen
tlemen Messrs. Ooodale, Richard
son and D. II. Hitchcock--were ap
pointed as the "Hawaii Central
Committee" for the purpose of tak
ing all necessary steps looking to a
grand central convention for the
purpose of making a "Noble"
ticket for this Island. They were
also asked to prepare and furnish
to thi3 meeting, at its next meeting,
a "platform" lor the proposed cen
tral convention. The meeting then
adjourned to one week from Satur
day evening. We hope that a full
house will then be iu attendance, to
discuss the proposed platform. Thus
Hawaii has taken the initiatory steps
as to the coming elections. But our
districts arc so widclj separated,
that we should take time to do our
work in, and not commence so late
we cannot do it thoroughly.
From a conversation held with
Father Bonaventuia a few days
since we Jearn that the Roman
Catholic Mission have taken up the
business of trying to get natives to
go into coffee raising, on the fine
land of Waikakiula in Puna belong
ing to the mission. The land is
furnished, also plants, each family
settling there agreeing to plant two
acres in coffee tlic Hi st year. About
twenty families arc going into it,
which will mean forty acres planted
in coffee in the nest year and more
each succeeding year. Those rais
ing the coffee take 20-2 lsts of the
ciop and the remainder goes to the
mission. This is the right way to
go about it, and wo wish that one
hundred families would go iuto it
instead of twenty. We are in hopes
that the next Legislature will do
something to encourage small coffee
growers. Remit all taxes on land
planted in coffee and on the value
of the coffee itself for four or five
years. Or else pay a small bounty
on every one hundred pounds put
into the market. This industry
needs fostering, and our Legislature
must do it.
We understand that Mr. Lucc.the
Deputy Sheriff, has resigned his
position and will go on to the Pepee-
kco plantation to work.
A larg gang of prisoners started
for the new jail, erected near the
1UU mile station on the Volcano
road, early this forenoon. The build
ing will accommodate about 50 men.
Thi3 working of the prisoners on
the public roads i3 just what ought
to be done with.them. The public
have been at the expense of trying
tbem for their misdeeds, and the
general public ought to be benefited
by their labor.
On Tuesday evening of last week
the Hilo Social was held at the
Parsonage, being the first held there
siDce Mr3. Baker's return from the
Coast, and the evening passed
pleasantly with music, reading, and
social chat. Later on the young
misses of the company made them
selves extremely agreeable while
passing around the refreshments.
Not long after the company dis
persed, well satisfied with a pleasant
evening passed in this manner.
The Baldwin survey party left this
morning for the purpose of putting
up a "trig," station on Kulani hill,
back of the Volcano; from which
the work of the trigonometrical sur
vey in the District of Puna may be
gone on with.
We understand that the building
now in process of erection on the
vacant lot raakni of Front street,
near the foundry, is put wp ni a
Buddhist temple for the Japanese
here. Thus the Eastern religions
seek to build themselves up iu the
midst of Western civilization. We
hope that this temple will not have
as inglorious a close us did the Chi
nese joss house standing not far
A JUROR DISMISSED.
During the session of the Su
preme Court this morning His Hon
or the Chief Justice made the fol
lowing remarks with regard
It appears that ho lost oontrol of
himself yesterday and tho Attorney
General suggests that he be fined or
punished for contempt of Court. It
was certainly very improper con
duct when you made yourself n
partisan, and the language you used
was very improper, but the Court
is never disposed to be severe with
people that are perhaps not quite
aware of the decorum they should
always preserve. We feel called
upon, howevor, to dismiss you
from further attendance in this
Court u9 a juror aud your name
may be taken from the jury list.
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null 0 W-
LORD, : :
Ouarriva' of "H. S. Al lard-i "
The Albloaturc Show!
Tho Acme of Vandevllle Performance!
THE GREAT LONDON
Every Act a Novolty!
Every Pcrformor an Arils!'
Direct from the East on routr for
AH Hassan Troupe of Arabs !
The Sinewy Sons of Iho Def trt.
Intioiluping his wonderfHl animal Mar.
vcK the Trained Ilnrst ; Donkey
and Somei'ault Dog Jack.
'Hit' Sensational I.adv Aerial Artiste,
The Oioicfijue Comique,
W. ,1. KOLUNS.
A Hand of GENUINE
Indian Warrlors.Squaws & Pappooses
UhrMrattafSn'vsge Life on ihf
&R.t pl.vu for icsdvrd seiiU will lo
open ul I.. J. Levey's office on FRIDAY,
Oct. I'Sth, ai I o'cloek l. m. 380 31
l K. UARNFIELD will slve instruc
ItX linn in Painting and Drawing at
hie studio, Bpreckeln' Hlock, on Tues
da5, Thursdns and Suturduja after
noon, commencing October 29it. The
course includes freehand and Mecha
nical Drawing, Perspective, Etc. Draw,
ing mvl Shading from the oliject.
Monochrome Painting and Painting
from Nature, Slill Life, Etc., in oil anil
wateicdora Letters may be addressed
to T. O. Box No. -158. 330 lw
A WOMAN' to do light housework
and aeaii-t in enre of two children.
Gorman preferred. Apply at this office,
A WOMAN to take the sole care of a
family of three bmall chlldion. A
competent person will find immediate
employment on application to
370 tf GULICK'S AGENCY.
THE regular quarterly meeting of
the Pacific Hardware Company,
iL'd), will lie held at their olUce on
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 80, 1889, at 10
o'cloek a. m.
Jas. G. SPENCER,
385 Ct Secretary.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the nuuual meeting of the Ucria
Agricultural Co , (L'd), held Octo
ber 23, 1659, tho following ofllceis were
elected to act for tho ensuing year:
A. Achheim President,
J. P. Mendonca Vice President,
13. Ordenstein Treasurer,
A. Gartcnhcri; Secretary,
W. F.Allen Auditor.
The above mentlonod oQlcers compose
the Bow! nf Directors. ,
30 Iw Secretury II. A. C, (L'd).
A REWARD of Jj5 will
I. be paid for the re.
turn of u lost
a to this office.
Apply lo Hoi.
rpo aid the Pewinc Circle of Hawaiian
X l&dica at Queen Emma House,
scraps of calico, woolen, muslin, linen,
bleached uikI unbleached cotton cloth
will bo gratefully received for tho
benefit of said House.
Miss II. S. JUDD,
Miss M. E. GREEN.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 188!). 381 !Jt
"ITr. M. E. GROSSMAN,
Will return on tho Australia due Nov.
ember Kith and resume practice at bin
formor ofllce, 93 Hotel strcu'. 383 td
THE undersigned Deputy Assessor &
Collector of Taxo for the District
of Lahaina, Island of Maui, hereby
gives notice to tho tax puyerj of the
euld diatrict that ho will meet them at
the time and places below specified for
the purpose of receiviug their taxes
A. D. 1889 i
Nov. Oil), 1889, at Ka.
7th, 1889, at Hono.
FRIDAY, Nov. 8th, 1889, at Kaana
Nov. 13th, 1889, at
And all other days during tho month of
November and of Dcccmlior, to the Kith
day, at his oftlco In tho Court HouHe at
Deputy Assessor & Collector of Taxes,
District of Lahuiua, Maul,
Lahaina, Maui, Oct. 22, 1&S9. ?S58w
i HO&OLtJM?, HVL, CTOBHil M, 19,
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Auction SbIbs by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
'lj n'diro'A .1 itrwight lq
e I tit tilillc lift on, -i
Salo r-' in Q'i en sue
.vr IX O'CLOCK MIOS.
The Lease for 10 Years,
Of tlmt Valuable I'm eel of Land,
Papakoko, Koolauloa, Oahu,
And comprising 75 Acres of Fine Rice
Lnnd, ut present under cultivation.
fl8f Rents payable semi-annually in
advance. Papers at expense of pur
chaser. SSS-i'ot further pirticulars atply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
381 ?t Auctioneer.
(lOTfiiMfiit : Bonds
AND OTHER STOCKS !
BY'ordor of W. L. GREEN and Alex.
YOUNG, ExccutorB of the last
will and testament of Simon Harclcastle,
ilccascd, 1 am directed to sell at Public
Auction ul my Salesioom on Queen
street, in Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 2nd,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOS,
36 - SHARES - 36
Of tho Capital Slock of the
Par Value $100 a Share.
20 - SHARES - 20
Of the Capital Stock of the
Pur Value $50 Each.
11 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $C0) each bcaiing (1 pcrcont
annum free of taxes.
3 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $1,009 each hearing 0 peicent per
annum fn'u of taxes.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sale of Leases of
Desirable Building Lots!
On WED SESD AY, Nov. 13,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOS,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, by order
of H. K. II. Liliunki'ani, I will
sell at Public Auction,
The Lease for 20 Years!
Of tho following Desirablo B.iilding
Lota, suitable for residences, situated at
Waikiki, on tho main road, aud being a
portion of the Waikiki property of H.
it. II. Liliuokalani:
LOT A Size 175 feet front and 1SG feet
deep; this Lot adjoins the
bridge Mid is on the main
road leadlnir to the Park
Tho Lot ii fewed.
LOT B Adjoining Lot A, has a front
age of I2'l feet on main road,
and is 160 feel deep.
LOT C Adjoining Lot U, frontage of
120 feel on main road, 180
feet dec p.
LOT D Adjoininc Lot C on main
load. Has 120 feet lrontage
aud a depth of 160 feet.
LOT E Size 110 feet by 3G0 feet, at
rear of Lots A, B, C, Dj has a
froutugo .u a new road 3r
feet wide, connecting with
main road to Park.
LOT F Adjoining Lot E; size 140 by
LOT G-AdJoiningLolF; sire 110 by
LOT H Adjoining Lot G j hlzc 140 by
LOT I Adjoining Lot H; si7c 140 by
All thee Lois are level and well
planted with grass. The Waikiki Cats
run past tho lront of the Lots.
'Ihe Lota are situated about 50 feet
from the bench,
Parties purchasing any of theso Lota
will receivu gratis a 20 yeir lease of CO
feet of land on the beach, for erection of
bath houHea and bathing facilities.
ReutB payable ucini-unnually in ad.
A Chart of the Property can bo teen
at my Hiilosrotun,
igyFor further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
391 22t Auctioneer.
NEW -:- GOODS
OF THE UTE8T FA8HI0N8
iiMrtn - imiii .ni ,!1fcjfirrrirri"1'ri,iTf'itfr1VirirnYwT"TJ,--nffT"-,--' CTPnJaKraeraSU t. HiUUrM'i , J' WiJUgBWPH
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in tho event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ai
dition to tho amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive- n given number of years, thu Company will
return all'thc premiums paid wilh'inteieM ; oi, instead ul accepting the polu mid piotlta i'i cash the leal holder
ninv, WITHOUT AIL.DR AL KXAMINATION and ITHOU 1 KliRTIIKK 1'AY.MRN V OF PREMIUMS, take In
lieu tb'Tcnf the amount or policy and pioflU in FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticipating nnuunlly in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by tin. oldest Llle Insurance t'ompnny in the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
JC"" For full particulars call on or
hS f'flr. k'"-!
W.W. Wright & Son
(The Roso Premises)
All orijcrs for wheel vehicles of every
description filled with promptness.
FirsUclase mechanics employed.
Fine Carriage Work a Specialty
TKA.H CAItB, OJIXIUTJHSKH,
Plantation Wagons, Mulo & Ox Carts,
Made to order, altered or repaired.
Carriage Painting, Trimming,
ETC, ETC, ETC., ETC.
Our HORSESHOEING Department
Is under tho management of R.
oct-15J Cay ford. ' 3m
PITT & SCOTT'S
General Shipping Agency
Chlcl Otflco lor Hawaiian Islands: 28
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Wailuku, Maui W. II. Daniels.
Mabukona, Hawaii... W. J. lirodic. '
Hilo, Hawaii. ..Holmes & Willfong.
ICcalia, Kauai CLE. Fall child.
Kilouca, Kauai Kilauen Blore.
llunalei, Kauai J, C. Long.
C. Ii. Hofgaaid& Co.
Koloa, Kauai E. Strchz.
Goods purchased and shipped to and
from any of ahore ports, aud all parts
of the world.
Goods received from abroad, cleared
al Custom House and forwarded to des
tlnatlon per island steamers.
SQrRates furnished on application to
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
370 tf SS Merchant street.
Prof. G. SAUVLET,
PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING LESSONS.
Residence: Cottage No. 1, Hawaiian
Hold, or at thu residence of the pupil.
PIANO LESSONS !
Cgsai rf 1VEN by Felix Ollcrt at
rY7 W vX No. 27 Alakea street, or
at the residence of tho pupils, accord
ing to agreement. Charge moderate
Dissolution of Oopai'tner
sliip. NOTICE la hereby given that tho co
partnership of tho Kahoohvwo
Hunch Co., of tho Island of Kahoolawc,
has been dlssolvftl. John Ralph Snoyd
Kynncrsloy and Ratidal Von Tompsky
retire from tho firm. Clement Bnoyd
Kyunersley is now iho bole owner and
will oarry on tho buslnucB under tho
CLEMENT H. KYNNERSLEY.
Kohala, Sept. 20, 1860. 380 lw
OBJ" IVECIV YORK
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
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XMmr ...-Tifvvify.'iv.iaasj wkkj i v-
'immLr,& ;r" ' Mmmsr
Chas. J. Fishers New Advertisement
Having purchased from J,
"BlGDliant" Laliel ftp, (Jia in tliis Kimrflom,
Which label beara the picture of an elephant, under palm trees, printed In
different color!, and also the words
"Greatest Gin Distillery of the Netherlands, registered; J. J.
Melchers, W. I Schiedam,"
And having been granted a Certificate of Registration for the term of
twenty years, dating from the 17th day of September A. D. 1889,- under
the hand and seal of L. A. Thurston, Minister of the Interior for the
Hawaiian Islands, for the exclusive use of the said label throughout the
Hawaiian Kingdom, all persons are hereby warned not to use the said
label, or any imitation thereof, under penalty of the law.
MRS. MONROE, ladles' nurse, has
removed to Nn. 3, Kukui lane.
T7UKNLSHED Rooms lo let,
jl- sommvest corner of
Punchbowl and Hcrr-ttiniii
streets, would by very convenient for a
small family. 255 Gm
JLi Mr. Rolmenschncldor,
LATE Residence of
Mr. Frank Brown,
XV Mr. James Lovo,
LATE Residence of
Mr. M. Green,
210 Fort street.
STORE, Etc , now occupied by
, Mr. WoIId, Grocer,
nSST Apply to
A. J. OAUTWR1GHT,
300 tf Merchant street.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
J. Melchers, W. Z. Schiedam, Holland, the sole
right to use his
W. C. PEACOCK.
" Cruiskeen-:-Lawn "
Another invoice to hand per "Hanca."
381 lw GONSALVES & CO.
Tahiti Bamboo !
TjKOKlVED ox "Mariposa" from
lallltl. a lartro asaorlmenL
uamboo lor Hat making.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
382 lw 23 Merchant street.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
, t7- , .
SANDER'S llaggogo Express
has removed to the old slam
81 King street, directly opposite the one
recently occupied a;8 lm
YOUNG HOP and JOE MARIA;
Colhurn & Co.'s Huilding: 3rd floor,
(formerly occupied by J. M. Oat & Co ),
corner Queen & Nuuonu strpots Yfotif
dono with neatness and dispatch.