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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU 1L I,, MAT 31, IS90.
g BY AUTHORITY.
Poitponoment of Tinio for ltieclvlns;
Toadera for Erection of New
The tunc for leeching londei? lor
tin; erection of the Sow lion Mail.el
Building is hoiehy postponed to
MONDAY, .June 'Jnd, ut I'J o'clucl.
1.. A. T11UKSTOX,
Minister of tin: Iiitouoi.
Interior Office, May 29, 1890.
PnUrrti to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the btnrit of all.
SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1890.
CHRISTIANITY ACCORDING TO MR.
Hditok 111 LI.UTIN :
Mr. Saytord claims that the bible
is the standard of Christian liv
ing, and that the same book de
flares, that he "who is a friend to
the world is an enemy to Cod," ete.
.Professor Cheney of Boston (the
Athens of America), saya: "This
world or one world at a time is Mif
licient tor any man. Let him do
his duty here, and if there is an
other world beyond, he will be bet
ter able to discharge the duties of
Now the Christian according tw
Mr. Say ford must abhor this world
and the gloriona beauties thereof.
He confines Christians within a
narrow circle of bigotry and heath
enish superstition, with the uncer
tain expectation that after dissolu
tion, he will reach a paradise where
be can indulge al the appetites de
nied him here.
We denounce (his irrational creed
as unworthy of our common human
ity, and of those who profess to fol
low in the steps of our great exem
plar. Know TIivsklf.
Honolulu, May 30.
I'xiTr.D iJrATi.s EniiI.nkuu Ofhi im
Sa.v Fiiancisco, May 8, 1890.
Messrs. Coit, Farton A. Cowlos, San
Dear ir3: Vou treated two
piled for me with the ventura as
phalt. They were driven into the
wharf at Goat Island. A9 the coat
ing appeared to me to be brittle and
f thought would not stand driving,
the pile driving man was asked to
itrike the most severe blows possi
ble ; his hammer, which weighed a
little less than 8000 lbs., fell -.'2 feet
without disengaging the asphalt from
the pilo. I consider tho test an ex
ceptionally severe one, as the piles
were driven through a tangled mass
of broken rocks, and I am more than
satisfied al tho results thus far ob
tained. Very respcctfulh,
f Signed "W. II. Hnuhit,
Major of Kngrs., U. S.A.
lion. Chief .lustiuc .Itultl returned
from holdinf; Court at Hilo, witli his
wile and son, by the Kinau.
Mr. Daniel Porter, Clerk of the
Thud Circuit Court, is in town.
Mr. C. McLennan, manager of
Laupahoehoe plantation, with his
wife, is in town.
Mr. .Tas. Neall. an Australian
newspaperman, paid the Btt.i ivm
olllco a vIriI this morning.
Mr. F. W. Ward, late editor of
the Sydney Daily Telegraph, and
Mr. "West, an agent ot the Victorian
Government, arc through passen
gers on the Alameda.
The New York Journalist has n
portrait and literary sketch of Mr.
C. S. Noye, editor of the Washing
ton Star, who with his daughter
lately visited these Islands.
HOUSE AND LOqBY.
The "press gallery" are duly
grateful to Minister Tliurstoin for
securing them the usual privileges
of documents laid before the House.
Noble J. Marsdeu made his
maiden speech yesterday business
like and to the point.
Hop. White stands well to be the
leading funny man of the House.
His election on the Government
ticket proves to have been a funny
If provision for the pay of mem
bers was distributed over all tho
bills introduced, what a brief session
would be the result I
"While- Germany, Austria and
France are increasing their battal
ions Italy is preparing to cut down
her military establishment in obedi
ence to the diclates of hor empty
treasury and overtaxed population.
Minister Crlspl is the first Kuropcnn
Premier to take even a step toward
disarmament, and it is suggested
that tho motive in his case is rather
to placate the growing popular dia
contont, nnd to win Parliament to
his side on other and vital measures
pending and in view, than to nliow a
good example lo Europe.
HOSPITAL FLOYEH SOCIETY.
Adjoiu'iicit Moellna ttetil nt Hip V.
.11. C. A. l,ftfliir..!outltiltluii
Wednesday aftrrnoon an adjourn
ed meeting of the Hospital Flower
Society was hold in the parlors of
the Y. M. C. A. The 1'resiUent,
Mrs. S. II. Wow sett, wag in the
chair. Amongst thos present were,
II. K. II. Piincess Liliuokalant.Mrs.
Alex. Mackintosh, Mr3. K. W.
Jordau, .Mrs. Kobertson. Mrs. W.
V. Allen, Miss Guiy, Miss Horn
Uowsctt, .Mist von Holt, Mrs. .1. N
S. William, and l!ev. Alex. Mackin
tosh. The minutes vert lead and
The constitution was then brought
up. It was read and oted upon
article by article, and finally adopt
ed as a whole.
The Treasmer, Miss Marie von
Holt, read her teport which showed
the society had $50 in the bank.
M.'ss Dora Dowsett, from the
committee appointed to visit the
sick at the Hospital reported, that
this new work was much appreciated
by all the patients. The latter say
they are happy and .veil eared tor,
but a visit from the outside cheers
them up and makes life worth living.
It was distressing at llrst to lind
how few Hawaiian (especially
women) there were in the place.
But Mrs. Miller's reputation for
careful and untiring nursing has
already had a telling inllucnce among
them. They have nothing but praise
for her nnd ihe oilier nurses con
nected with the Hospital.
Mr. Mackintosh pioposcd that a
piece of land in the Hospital grounds
lie cultivated for the purpose of
growing llowers. Queen Kapiolani,
Princess Liliuuknluni and l'lineess
I'oomaikalani kindly offered to pay
for this work and the society ex
tended a vote of thanks to them.
The committee for the next three
months is as follows : Mrs. C. 1.
Iaukea, chairman, Miss Stevens,
Miss Widdilield, Miss Mary Carter,
Miss Hillcbrand, Miss Nellie V.'ater-
house, Mits Kva Neumann and Miss
Ti ksuav, 31 ay 27.
DiaoltL r.U'KKKlOX, J.
L. Ahlo v. Ainu. Ejectment.
Suit for a half interest in certain
lands as per U. 1'. No. 1148 I,. C.
A. No. 101 1, at "Waikele, Ewa,
Oahu. Jury waived April term,
1890. Heard and decision reserved.
Later: Decision filed in favor of
plaintiff. W. K. Castle for plain
tiff : S. K. Kaue for defendant.
rturoiti: m'cui.i.v, .i.
In re estate of Kealaiaina (w) of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased, intes
tate. Petition of Ilooipa (w) that
letters of administration be issued
to herself. Ordered that letters of
administration be issued to her un
der if'200 bond, that she file inven
tory, give notice to creditors, etc.
Enoch Johnson for petitioner; J.
II. liaronaba for Nahalau.
The Karl of "Wemyss and March
accused the Government in the
House of Lords of paternal legisla
tion, which was destroying the fiber
of the nation. Salisbury, in reply,
said there was nothing so socialistic
as the mint and the postolllce, yet
nothing is more justifiable. Too
much importance is attached to the
spectre of Socialism. Nobody could
deny the existence of great evils
from which arose socialist agitation.
We are bound to do all we can to
remedy these evils, oven if we arc
if Househ'd Furniture
On Tl'EHDVY, .Tnno .'J. JBIK,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 33..
At the leshleucH of the Hon. J. Phillip?,
Jierctiiiiln street, opposite Mr H. 0. Da
mon's le-ldi'iiee, I will thn whole ot
Household -:- Furniture
2 II. W. Dcdroom Sets, 1 Painted lled
room Sot, 1 11. W. Parlor Set, uphol
stered hi Haw Silk; Lounjje, Marbletop
Tabic, Whatnot, Combination Hook
Cai & Secretary,
JLurge Center Itnx,
JJ. W. Dlulii;: Table & Chairs Chande
lier. Lamps, Pictures, Winds, Curtains,
Mnsipiito Xet, Mattrasso, Meat Safe,
Kitchen Stove .V. UtunslK, CroeKerv,
nitKswiuo, Warden Hose, lite., Kte.
-"Mifi 't Auctioneer.
jl.J US. CASCOYXE haviiit; returned
It 1. from San Kraucl-eo lias re-ojiencd
her Drc-smahhii; Itusiticss, corner or
Hotel and Alakca streets. Hell Tele
phone 260. GOO 31
Dritl.NG my nbcnco from thoKIn-'-doin
J. Jlotln-f, Ksij., hold my
jiower of attorncv.
R. S. CILVI1A.
Honolulu, May 31, 1800. CUD iiw
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 2d columnn, purely local matter
Malle-l to foreign countries. 5 per
CASH OH THE MAIL. I
TIU!i:jnltntilo l.irn AMNiirnncc Hurl
"ty nt Oucu Tiiyt ttie i'. II. Jurtil
Mr. A. J. Curlwriidit", General
Agent for the Equitable Life Assur
ance Society, leceived by the Aus
tralia the Company's diaft for twen
ty thousand dollars, in payment of
the policy of the latu Col. C. n.
Proofs of death left Honolulu May
flrd, and company's draft was re
ceived in Honolulu May flOih, or in
just twenty-seven das.
In this' ease also as in the late
IViaisdcll claim, before the Kwutor
received his appointment to admin
ister on this estate, the company's
money was in the local agent's
hands for payment.
Auction Sales bj James F. Sergan.
HOUSES aid COLTS
On MONDAY. Jtitie !21,
Al' l!i O'l'liOCK JiOWSr.
Ill front nt mv Half-room, Queen siieet.
1 will 'oil at'l'tiblic Auction, by order
of this Oiihu Uall.iy & Kami Co.,
I'rom tin- (N'li'ltnilr.il Kaliul.ii
Sf"rhi'e Aniuiiils luve nit been
dilven anil handled, nud aie In liist-clii.-
(3i In euniii'utlon m I tli lUa s-.i'iO, I
would Inform tho public, thu It Is our
iiitenttoii lo hold monthly sales of live
stock, theicby giving nn oppoituuiiy lo
puich.ise jronil I.la"nd anlinaN In pre
fereiiee to Inipoilcd stock.
IAS. I? .MOHCSAJN',
uC'j It Auctioneer.
RacsiTefl liy Australia
a LAiioi: invoice or oris
'Clinf Bate Powder
Crystal Onyx & Adamantine
Will lie opened and displayed on Sat
in day, May :il.-.t.
Henry Davis & Go.
At The Beaver Saloon
W. ,J. SOSrS!, li-4i:rlt!tov.
FOl SAN FKAXC3SCO,
The Al Htcr.mship
tVill have Honolulu lor tho nlnne
Friday, June 6th,
For Freight or Pfmr.gc, apply t
VM. G. IRWIN & CO., Asjoau.
T!ie Al HleiminMi
Will loavo llonnluhi for thu above pi its
on or about
.TCJIVE SOt la.
Kf" For freight or pasiaae, Imvlnf;
Biiporior cabin auit Htcuragu kccommn
rlatiom., apply to
Vro. G. IRWIN & Co.,
it fe& p2
OC5 f7 X& CTD
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Ou WEDNESDAY, Juno 4, USL u WJUBa
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 23., j
At the residence of Mns. It. D. MOK- !
GAS, Herctnnln street, I will tell nt t
Tho Entire Housofi'Id Furnlturo, Cash Asfi&fcs,
One Oottago PIANO,
eraud.i Phali-H, .Maibletop Table,
Decorated llaugliig Lamps.
Conter & Sola Rugs,
3 fi.W.Marblotop Bedroom Sets,
Ilnir & Spring Mattrai"5.
Cm tains, Pictures,
B. W. Extension Dining Table,
lll.iek Waliiul llhilm; Chairs,
Meat Site, IMi Iterator.
i:te., LCte . Km . Kte.
JAM. l ASOIlfiAX,
JilS It Aueilonuer.
riOllbJli 0.L feiiiiilj,
lt dlreellou of Sannu'l r. Allen and
Mink P. Kohliiaiin.Trii'.li'ea of Ihe !
trtto of .liiiiu ISuliln-nii, ik'eei-ed, tho
iiHirlgiiRei"- iniined In u certain inden
luiv of imuigago dated Kobiimry 10,
ISS3. ui.ide hv I'Mwniil l'li'tlon, I aiu
dheeieil to .e!l al Pulille . Miction,
On SA.TUltUAY, Juno 7th,
AT I!i O'CI.OSIU MHiX,
Of lb it day. at my Saleroom. In Hono
lulu, O.ilni", fill thbio tight sevcial
Sssreclr or uoti.
Xnmbcrcd leiectlvelv ISO, 1SI. 182,
K). 210. all. 212 and 2til on Hie Oov
enimunt (im vey of ICulaokahua ami
being the same pieml-es occupied liy
the late Edwaitl Pieston as a honie
'tead. For further particulars Inquire of
JAS. V. HIOKGAN,
Or, Cecil Iliown. Atiornev-nt-Law.
Dated Hoindulu, May ii", 1&H0. 61.C td
EXECUTOR and TRUSTEE'S
Sale of Real Estate
lly direction of Cecil Hrown, theTi lis
ten "under the hist will and testament
of Phi ip Milton, deceased. 1 am tli
leetcd to sell at Pulilic Auction, at my
Salesioom, iu Honolulu,
On SA.TUJUDAY, .Juno Tlh.
AT 1 'UMH.'!L XOOS,
Of that diiv. tho.io ceitiuu
Pieces or PARCELS of LABS,
Situate In Lahahn, Inland of Muni,
1 That certain PremUes in said I.a
hahni, t-ltuatu on lliu Guveniiiiciit road
leading to the Ploneor Mill, and being
the former loideueu of the s;ild Philip
Milton. The above property Is under
lo.i'-c expiring .lu'v 1. l'JO, jeailv lental
2 Two piece ol Tnro Land situate
at Kahoma, Laliaiua, and comaiuiiig
respectively 2J-100 mul 1-10 of an acre.
3 Three Slimes In the laud of Ivi-
hana, at Kaanapali, Kland of Maul,
being the shares of Maueiia, ICahev.a
hewauui and ICaiakeko.t,
t-TF" DeetK at e.pono of the pnr-cha-ur.
Poi further parliculars aiqiiy to
JAS. F. MOCI AN,
fi07 til Auctioneer.
mTrtp r o
J5y direction of Ceull Brown, Exeeu-toi-
and Trustee of the last will anil tes
tament of Philip Milton, deceased, Hits
uioilgagcu nauied in certain Indeutoro
of inuitai;o dated January II, 1SS1,
made by Aiona and Kiiuial.i, bi- wife, I
am directed to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, ilium Till,
AT Irf O'CLOCK SOOS,
Of that tiny, at my Salesroom, In Hono
lulu, Oahu', all that ceitalu
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated in Lahalna, I-laud of Maul,
being a portion of the land of Puna, ami
bounded and dceiibcd ns follows:
No. 1 liegtmiliif: at Its X. W. corner
which is fill llnl;, ilUtnut S. from tho .
E. corner of thu meeting house called
Mauaolana, and iiinnlug X. .ViV !;. i.-u
chaliih along Puaa Ikl, to road K. iini'
K. 1.71 chains, along io.ul, rt. IIOJ- W.
0 SO chains alonji KooKa, S. I!!)- W. l.lil
chains along Konka, X. lilii- Y. 2 ill
chain? a'oug Walokama, X. liij- W 1 .!'.)
i-haliis nlong WaloUaina to the begin
ning euntabiluii 7-10 acre. AKo,all Hint
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated In Piiih Xul, In said L'lhalna,
which Id bounded and described us
Xo. l' Iioghinlug at tho S W. corner
and running X. f0. E. ii.liO chains aloiur
Kooka, X. L'l'l' 1'" "-( chains along
Koolm, X. flp K. O.lil chaiiis along
Knnlxii, N. as- W. 1 02 chains along K'a
l.iwa, S. 0!). Y, :t.ll chains along Ka
l.iwa, H. II. E. O.hj elialns along .Ma
Laiole, S. V. 0 !)0 clialim along Jla
knlole, S. Wi- V l.oil chains along .Ma
luilole, b. urij- W. l.'J7 eliaius ahum Mu
l.alolc, b.H7' E. 1.18 chains ulotig public
load to thu beginning containing t7-100
acje. For further piirilctilars Inipilro of
,7 AS. F. MORGAN,
Or. Cecil Hrown, Attornnv-at-Law.
IUtMl Honolulu, Ma 27, ISOn. fidO id
ijf For full pnrtieuiats apply to
JJ fjil 0$ $a
liiiin iKd tefl-M, Jusblas, Giflinr Burrns,
And will be DELIVERED KP.EE of CHARGE t any
LiXZ.. oi 1T.VII2I.::
Cofkc, 'J'cu. Choeolrtto ..': Milk,
IMpt." i- CSgnrcUe Tobiu'HO, PijutK. Ciixv & Ciaari'.Uo Holdbrs. Cold i)rin3cu, Kin.
G Open from H.30 .'.. I. until 5)-f!0 r. m. s'..ilitiday nighl, open all nic;lit. Bill Tele bono 2F2.
Mutual Teh-phone iUl. I'ot Ollieo lh-; 173. - -1S7 (Jm
hfJa-..W lOJJf .?ljT.UCatj,iJdAATtf UIVA XZTtollT?S'rL?&ACiat'A40ZMrtZr
it 'fi .' h Si
u 6. & fi 13
fi.H fi f-i fc
:UBaWfit.'a n Haiftj
8clo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPAKILLA & IRON WATES,
SinpF Ale, Hon Ala, OrGiiaaino, BBsghBrryflfla. Sarapirl, Mineral VeWte.
& AH eonnsnmicatlotis
,'kSi) 1 in
uqyjuaw.wr..jtntwraoijrew.jaji,.t - .ga - Bttgtta
I am lntruett-d by bit. TROl'ShjIlAl'
to r-ull at I'ublie Auction.
fin WKhYHQUAV .I.ti.o.J I
AT I 'OJ.O:iC SiKIJI,
(Cnloss previously dispoi-.-il ofntpil-
ate sale) the follnn tug VHlunblu Pi-o-porfy,
(the only ica-on tor i-el lug Is did
want ol time to use the 1! nit;,
With Mats, Palls. Auehor, chains,
Etc . Etc.. splendidly ilitd our ami
i fatly lor iim-;
MO Callous of N.ipthn lor Fuel.
1 L'l-fooi Xaptha Lnuiieh, open boat,
with Awning and Oars;
1 Man-of-War (ilg, Willi Oars, Ma.st nnd
.Sail; a vciy pvetly bo it;
1 Cilaiaraii "Altai"
Probably tlm Fastft Pall Uoiit In
tlie haib'or, Cutter Kiggetl;
1 Hnrnegat Sncakbnx, wtili Mn?tnnd
Sail, and Fokllng ('enter-biuird,
ilnNhed In Fancy Woods;
1 '."J-foot Life Iloat with Copper Tanks,
I Canvas Folding Boat
1 English Coracle,
1 Coppered Pi'uw,
Sails. bp:ir.s, Illocks and I'lulnj, ol all
1 Foot Liitlin it Toids for Wood, lion
1 'J-Ilorse Power Shlpman Engine, ready
to iut in a boat with propeller
lluoys, Anchor" & Mnoiliigs; also, the
BOATHOUSE anil FURNITURE,
Ot thu best deseilption.
The proximity of the new maiket
makes litis boat house a very Valuable
Property, thero Is eery coiivenlenco to
stowaway and lift light and heavy bonis,
and U. suitable torn bo it or yacht club,
pilot house or life Hiving station.
Ciouud rent is i'M per annum, from
Me.s'r?. Lyle & borreuson.
CyThu HoatH mo icndy for trial at
any 1 1 mo by applying at the bo.it house,
and every Jioat U In perfect order.
W3WIS J. LEVEY,
R.a td Aucllorieej.
t-MBrttlJ4 friislSi'JVBJSr& KfXiV SUS.
H i-ielinilntiry j
lssukd iiy tiiu
MJfOSSASta A. SleWSJWBV, Vcfti(let,
0J 0& ft ST ST
N ffJ CJ IS U jrJ! fi-TES EGr.lT.
ALWAYS ON 1IAXD ASH lo OltDlHt
Soused PiV Feet, Cold Ham,
in rA u s 2 a ..,,. a sh f-rs
tviJ-tt'SL&. -'' nwicmijHWi vswKn
A I.AUOK Af.KOI!TJIKST 01"
M AI UF A CTOKE lliT" OF
U 3 S Ca, ic. U-
rtVf !3 23 tJ. hi f tE EU a rw
U S Wt H 5 tS h w 0 rw"
Baa u &mw a a
:i. fri. t hi
't ELEPHOWE 297.
itiul orders gliould Lo :uUlr.Msort to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
- iCcs." -" 1 ,rvzlt:
1? T P. TT "0 F "H TTTTIT A TT If ci
THE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS
l',tif Ku. i Pallerna iibho. Fashionable Dressmaking upnlaiia .jJfS
fi .. w M UMi em ri -?tJ f?3
Yi'ilhuut n I.lvul in I'rUso & Qnnllt I
One-third I bo Frico of tho Royal !
Every Houaokoepoi' Should Uso It !
p$r A Saving of 3D Per Cent in Cos-t and Qualily the Very Uehl. jg$
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
U n 11 R V,
lMM caS-s m
! f ft O
FIRE AU TEST
WA'l'iiit WHIT 2!
.tliiiiitt'.ii'turetl I'.x'ts'CKNly Vtie
OX account of ill health Dr. J. M.
Whitney has appointed Dr. K. L.
Ilulchliison to take charge of liU olllco
until his letiiru. 517 tf
"PlIK People's leu ,v. Itefilgnrathig
L Co. will sell leu fiom and after
dato iu qunutltlcs to Eiilt at factory
pilco at tho gioeerv Btoiu of
IIKXitY DAVIS & CO.
Ilonnlnlu, May 22, 18P0. Ml:! int
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
loughniiis, Picnic lolls.
Poda Ci ackers,
Coin dies, lie, Elc.
j-uit of thu city. c$
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Beef, fc'nlud., Elc.
b o , t! fwrr?-:0
' .: 1
- t S ft If-Xl
fi ; S ii rV-? B
Ohas- J. F232-2EL'S,
Loading Millineiy ilou.-'e, Coiner Fort ii Hotel Hta.
HEftftY DAV8S & CO.,
Kxeliuiivo Agents for the Hawaiian Islaniln.
Union loo So.
Ij. O. ABLE3, Mannccr.
Fort Sfcroot, : Jlonohilu.
Aro ww propjred U deliver Ice to any put
of tho City.
Thu packing and shipment of country
onleis will lecoivo mo.st careful atten
tion. All of our Tee Is manufactured from
Pino Mountain Water, carefully filtered
by thu Hyatt Pure Wuter Co. Filter,
which is unlver.aallv acknowledged to
bo the best filter made.
Packages of llutter, Oamo, ITsh,
Ments, Lte., received for cold storage
In our Jtefrlgoratlng Rooms at mode
pp- Ice for sale at Ihe Factory at any
hour, day or night. ' 5(k! lilt
RAPES FOJl SALE!
(lit APES lu rpiautlllea to suit, cut
T fresh from the vine, at T. Crist
loy'u, Fort street ; 0 pounds for $1, any
time nfier 1) o'clock a. m. GIUJ tf
I q VOLUMES EncyelopuMlla Urltan
XeC nlca, Morocco bound, iu good
condition, never used. Apply at this