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BY AUTHOR V
In the Supreme Court of the
By vlitue ol the power vesleil in
uie by the 8-12d Section of the Civil
Code, 1 hereby order it SPECIAL
TERM of the Supreme Court to be
held in the Upstair Courtroom of
Aliiolani Hale, m Honolulu, on
TUESDAY, the 17tli duy of June,
1890, at 10 o'clock- A. t., for the hear
wp, of Uiuieo Cased only.
.. Witness my hand and eal
f ) of the Supienie Court, at
J. L S. Honolulu, thiii 81st day
( ) of il.iv, 1S90.
' A. K. JUDD,
Chief .Iu.tice Supieinc Couit.
Clerk. 570 7t
MtUartl to neither Sett nor Party,
Hut citiiblithed far the ieneit of all.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE I, 1890.
The meetings of the opium in-
Hstigation committee arc open to
the public, l'liey have not been de
clared secret by any resolution of
the House, and nobody can be ex
cluded, therefore, without violation
of Kule 27 of the Assembly.
Of course, everybody knows that
the Legislature is not lesponsiblc
for the getting up of foolish peti
tions. The people have the right to
petition, and they certainly use it
ireely. It is the duty of the House
to receive all petitions, whether wise
or loolish, and treat them respect
fully. Many petitions are conspi
cuously foolish, and the House has
u wide field for the exercise of wis
dom in disposing of them judici
ously. The making of bca fisheries public
instead of private piopcrty, as
prayed for by numerous petitions to
the Legislature, is desirable in the
public iutercst; but tbo only just,
and therefore proper, way to effect
the transfer is by purchase at public
expense. These fishcried arc nl
present as much pi irate properly as
di v land that may be owned by the
ame parties, and the foimcr can no
more justly be taken from them for
public purposes, without compensa
tion, than the latter.
I'ndet the heading "Tiials in bu
preiue Court," in the report of the
Chief Justice-, appears the following,
which is cleaily in the line of desir
able adrancement :
It has been tmggestcd that it
would he desirable to enact a stat
ute authorizing In o Jury trials in the
Supreme Court to be proceeded
with concurrently during the terms
of Couit. A saving of time and ex
pense would thus be effected. This
t.ntild bo ciuiulent to the Supreme
Court's sitting in two departments.
If the change bo defined advisable
by your honorable body, I suggest
that the holding of Uie additional
Court he at the discretion of tho
Chief Justice or Justice presiding at
tin term, who will consider the
exigency and circumstances of the
business before the Couit and de
THE KING'S BALL
All tiuctious of the community
vere leprcsenteil at the Palace hall
the other night. Invitations were
confined to no one particular class.
All the religious, political, and other
creeds, and all the blmdcH of color
represented in our mixed commu
nity, gathered and hlcuded on the
occasion. This fact is here refer
jed to :ib n pleading featuro of the
King's hall. His Majesty is sup
posed to he outside of and supezior
to all political ami other patties ol
factions that may exist in tho realm.
To him all may look with equal
right as tho National Head ; and on
this principle the Palace hall was
properly conducted. The tendency
of all such events is to produco
harmony among differing social and
political elements, by which the
community profits ; and tho liberality
which begets them is, therefore, to
be commended and encouraged.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d columns, purely local mutter
Mailed to foreign countries, $6 p"
Opium prohibition 1ms become a
prominent question in Australia.
According to tho Melbourne Argus
there is now every probability of
united action being taken by the
vjrious governments, during tho
next few muntha, to largely restrict
the Importation of the drug, except
for medicinal put poses. The rea
sons prompting this step arc that
the unlimited use of opium is pro
ductlvc of great degradation and
immorality among the Chinese, and
that it has been found that the drug
is coming iutotise among Europeans.
The Governments of Victoria nnd
South Australia promise to impose a
duty which will practically prohibit
impoitation, except for medicinal
puiposcs; and Sir Henry Paikes,
the New South Vale3 Premier, has
intimated the intention of his gov
ernment to co-operate in the move
ment, and will introduce the neces
sary legislation during the next ses
sion of Parliament. Thus it will be
seen that our distant neighbors to
the south find it necessary to adopt
strenuous mcasuics for curbing the
opium habit, as well as ourselves.
Whether the measures contemplated
will prove effective remains to be
ascertained. Our prohibitory laws
have certainly not succeeded more
than very paitially in prohibiting.
CONCERT ON THE ALAMEDA.
During the last voyage of the
Alameda from Auckhnd to this poit
an entertainment of a pleasing char
acter was given on board. It con
sisted of part songs and glees, and
afterwards dancing and other amus
ing sports. After requesting the
gentlemen present to foiego their
lavorite smoke in the presence of the
ladies about to take part in the
night's amusement, the chairnnu
(Mr. James Ncall) said that in
order to relieve somewhat the mono
tony ot the voyage the committee
had asked the fenninder of the
passengers to fa or them with their
attendance there that evening, while
they presented for tlieir criticism a
programme of selected songs and
ducts. First they should thank
their stars for the' very favorable
weather they had enjoyed, and they
must thank the captain for his as
sistance and presence amongst them
to contribute to the evening's amuse
ment. Ho would like to say that he
(the chairman) felt sorry that they
had not boon able to present them
-with a printed copy of the pro
gramme, wncn it was Known mat
there were several members of the
press on board, including one editor
(Mr. Ward) late of the Sydney
Telcgtaph. But nevertheless, he
felt sure that before long all large
ocean passenger ships would carry
a staff of prcosmcn, and issue their
morning or evening paper for the
comfort and convenience of the
passengers. However, now they
had como to be amused, nnd he
would refer to the concert in the
words of the poet, slightly altcied:
"How sweet tho moonlight nleeps
ujioii this chip,
Here will we sit, and let the Founds
of music en q in our ars.
And the night laconic the touches of
The chairman then called upon
the following ladies and gentlemen
to contribute to the evening's amuse
Tho While Squall .. .Mr. Gcorno
Maid of the Mill. . . Mr. Uudd
Duet List 'lis Music Stealing .
. , Mrs. ILunp&on and Mis. Fan-
Tho Wairioi Hold Mis. Wcii
Irieh Sonu; Mr. O'Lcaiy
Mr. it Mrs. Chiisttcen
AVhun Othir Lips
Money . . . .
Maid of Athens
Tho Cuntivo . . ,
. . .Mrs. Gonnlcs
. .Mr.-i. Jnel.bon
Never jiumj Mother 'till She's gone
... . Mre. Gonales
The Dude . . . .
Souk . . .
. Mr. O'J.etiry
. Mrs. Jackson
Mr. 1 Gantcor
l'Mnalc Auld Lung Sync.
There wore several encorc3,Master
Karl and Miss Stella especially, and
their acting was cry creditahlo for
such juvenilo performers. After
the programme was gono through a
comic jumping performance was ex
hibited under tho superintendence
of Mr. Gonzales. The rc&t of the
evening was devoted to dancing,
'finishing up with three cheers for
tho chairman and three for Captain
Morse. Another performance is on
tho tapis for next week.
J'O.SITIOX as Head Linn on n
JlV plantation by a man of long ex
perience on thi'Kii Islands. Unexcep
tionable reference ?. Addiess "Luna,"
15Y a Respectable Mlddlo-aged Man,
J v !th a neat little homo ot his ov u,
and a good potdtlon with a salary of
8200 a mouth, an opportunity of couch
pondlng with an honest, indiiBtilous
wonian, vvltli a view to matrimony.
AddiesR "Mtitriniony," Btii.t.r.TiN Of-
1 llco. 571 Ivy
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, JU3STE 4, 1890.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Br ouler ot W. O. SMITH. Emi., Ad-tnhilslratoi-
of the ltale of the lite D.
Manikii, deceased, 1 will sell at Public
Auutlou, at inj Sale-i 00111, Queen slioer,
On 11UDAA June Ctlt,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
1 Brutmvtak & Dnllcti
With CUE EAOK, HALLS I. UUE8,
S lion Hedtcad',
t stiavv Jlatti.ijses,
10 Pieces of Oil Cloth
,JAS. F. MOItUAN,
r71 lit Auctioneer.
Subscription Bail !
'Ihetlclcninl Itelh (Fiinil ot thf De
partment hnvU'j; beeume ik'iiltleil In
cone(tteiicc of tlio ninny teinpouuy as
well as peinmnuilf ealU for icllef, the
Dcii!meiit hts nuilxnteil tlio giv
ing of !l
BALL znd DJkWCE
TO III. llb.r.11 ATllIE
Taesaay BniiiiL Jnne 10,
Comiuenoine at 8 o'clock.
TICKETS, : : : bl.OO
AdalUluc One Ocnthcaa i. LhAhr.
Are for sile at the liookMoics ami ot
the oflIccn of ilm (llflcient lompatiies.
"HENRY IB. STANLEY
IH DARKEST lWM
IheenniUlotlnrxcf hfiiiliy'stcocrt thrllliis
ivluiitun mill tho ihK.la mi (l I U Impciunt
ilIiCinerniu-MniP'ar lortho tint tlmu In tlio
w tt wlltrn by liluin-lf, nitttltil "In Ji3tLst
A(rl"iu" 1)J lot lio ilianel liy nny n' tlio i
l ll."il " SI ll.lc bwils'll wlnlujotlrlMai "fCU
iiinc'unilr.tbtnlk ' 'Jt no cino of thnu hu
Ul ill J tCilltribltUnt ft llll".
lh"ro!iiuouMl'iui about this stitcmi-ntlw'ntf
c.ructin tvtry riarti tnr nticiian.nntiii,iiiiu
aM plvi imrtltulntt on nrt'ltcrtlou
PAIITIflM In " ,kr "rt t0 ' m'a '.
UnUMUK tUUt tl.U IKiO litA.3 Ilia UU.
CHARLES SCRIBNCR'S SONS
.Vrnl tlut tho cam utJni an ut ranln ft ccrtlficalo
I a2 Ly Irom U4 .
132 POST STREET,
General Agents for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chambcriin,
,oli Agent for llavr.iil.iu Kingdom.
It. i:i. MULLER has tetlred ns a
piutuci' lioni our Hi in.
II. IIAUIVl'XI.U iVCU.
llonohilu, May ai, 1SU0. fi70 It
1'iont Boom, at Xo. I
Adam'. Lane. fi70 Ivv
TO LET or LEASE
a. rpilE Besldcnce nf Mis. A.
ISS&W -- Long, In i'moa Valley.
S32s&8 Apply to
01 Kin? St., over J. Xoll'si Men
fL T?UKXISHEI) or Unfuv
ifira &. nislied Rooms, singly or
llilS&m lu suite, ou King stieet near
the Refurmatoiy School. Laigc and
nliv: hatluoom connected. Applv at
this ollleo. 007 Ivv
MIX C.ood Xeedlo AV.mieu. Call at
O Mis. MellUS, Ton sitott, Imme
diately. 607 Ivv
Fresh Butter I
IN HALr-rOUND PATS
Is the rinest Tablo Butter sold In the
City of Honolulu.
to nu hap or
Henry Davis & Co,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Stocks & Bonds
On liATURDAY, Juno 7th,
AT VI O'CLOCK XOOX,
At uiv Salesroom, Queen tlieet, I will
tell ut Public Auction,
50 Shares of Oahu Railroad St Land
Pai Value 8100.
D Government 0 Percent Dondu of
ttr Willbo Mild In lot to uliiii-
.J.VS. V. MOltHAX,
Itv dlrei'tlun of Samuel Allen and
Marl: 1'. Jtollnon.TuistoM of iIioKn-t-tte
of Jiiinei Itohln-on, deceased, the
inoitgageosnnined In a certain lndeii
tuic of moitgage dated rebiuary 1,;.
1BSS. nindo by J'dwaid Pioston, I run
dheeted to Fell at Public Auction,
On SAIUltDAY, ,7iim 7th,
AT lit (l'('l.i)CK .SOON.
Of th it day. it my Suli'inim, In llouu
lliln, Oahu", all tho-e eight -evi rid
Xtim1.-i-.'d rtspeetlvPlr 150. 181. 181!,
1K5. JlO. '.'ll.aisi and 113 ou the Gov
ernment Miivey of Kulaokalitni and
being iho riino iiemlei oieupledhy
the lale Ktlvvnid 1'rrMou n n houie
steiil I'oi XiirtlicvputleuMrs Inipiln of
J AH. F. ZIQIMAX,
Or. iVell Brown. Attinnev-it-L-iw.
Dili, d llonohilu, May 27, U".I0. fa 0 td
EXECUTOR and TJIUSTEE'S
Sale of BeaS Estate
ltydlieetionof Cecil Kiovrn. thcTrii
tefs 'under tho last will and testrtmeut.
ot Phblp Milton, deccawri, 1 am dl
leetctltiT hell tit l'nbllo Auetiou, at my
Salesioom, hi Honolulu,
Ou SATUHDAY, Juno 7th,
'V l OTLOl'IL TtOOX.
Of tlmt day, those certain
Pieces or PARCELS o LANDS,
Sirnate In Lihnhia, Island of Maul,
1 'lhitiertubi PremNei in said I.i
lialtia, Mtu tte on thu Government ion.il
leading to the Pioneer Mill, and being
Hie fm men cihlcuee of the .ili Philip
Mlltou. The nbnvo pioicit Is under
leu-e exphhig Julyl, 1600, ,V emlyienl.il
2 J'wo plecis of Taio Land lluiiie
at ICulionia, Lahidim, and containing
u-spectivcly 2J-1C0 and 1-10 of an acie.
3 'lluee Sliaie? in the lindof Ku
h.int, at K.tunnpitll, llaml of Maul,
lining Ihe climes of Mtuienit, Kihrwa
hcwannl and lCniakcl.ot.
C5f lJeeda at lJ.pi'H-e of thu pill -
eliuscr. Tot futthei pirtlctilir uppl to
J AS. F. ATQKGAJS',.
CC7 td Aueilrtiieer.
NOTICE of SALE.
Bv (III ectlon of CV.-il Blown, Execu
tor and Ti ustee of the last will and tes
tament of Philip Mhtoii, deceased, the
moitgagee named in certain Indenture
of inottgtige dated January 14, 1881,
made by Alnna and Kumabt, his wife, I
amdiiectedto sell at I'ublie Auetiou,
On SATUUDAY, JuiH! 7th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOUS,
Of that day, nt my Salnxiooin, in Hono
lulu, Oahu, all that eeiiiiiu
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated In Lahaiun, Island of Maul,
being a poi lion of thu hnd ot Pua.t, aud
bounded and dcseilbcd ns follows:
Xo. 1 Beginning at Its X. W. corner
which is i:o luika, distant S. fiom tlio S.
E. corner of the meeting house called
Manaolana. and running X. COj E. 1.12
chains along l'u u Ikl, to loads. L'SV
K. 1.71 chains along load, S. flOp W.
0 8'J chains along Kool.a, S. OU- W. 1.31
chillis alontr Kooka. X. J9A W. 2 fit
chains a'ong Walokama, X. L'21- W 1.63
chains along Walokama to the beglu
ulng containing 7-10 aeie. Also, all that
TRACT or PARCEL of LAND,
Situated In Puni Xui, In paid Lnbalna,
which Is bounded aud described as
Xo. L' Beginning at tho S AV. comer
and limning X. 00. E. 2.C0 chaius aloug
Kooka, X. 22p E. 2.28 chains along
Kooka, N. fil E. 0.40 chains along
Kooka, N. 28- W. 1 02 drains along Ka
l.ta. H. (13- W. 3.14 chains alouir Ka-
lavvn, S. 41. E. 0.85 chains along Ma
kalole, S. OH W. 0 00 chains along Ma
kalole, S. JJOi E. LOG chains along Jla
kalole, S. 051- W. 1.27 chains along Ma
l.rtlole, S. 37 E. 1.48 chains along public
loud to thu beginning containing 87-100
note. For fmther pattleulais Inquhe of
JAS. P. AIOKGAN,
Or, Cecil Brown, Attoruey-nt-I.aw.
Dated Honolulu, May 27, 1800. CCO td
Git APES FOR SALE 1
GKAPES in quantltlos to unit, cut
fresh fiom tho vino, at T. Crlst
loy'K, Fort street; fi pouuds tor 91, any
Umo after 0 o'cluck X. t. 5C.T tf
Cask Assets, : :
tSf For full pnrticulftia apply to
I AW CO
line Mil Silmi Bml,
?T And v.i be nnhlVEKED KltKl of-CU.VltGE to any prt of tho cilv. (J
CoUtc, Ton, Cht.enlnto Milk,
Soused Pig'fl IVot, Cold Iliun,
bpieed Tonguo, Spiced Beef, Sitlntlp, Etc.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
11X11' iM tjtiiroltu Tobaotio,
6'AjT Open fiom -i ."ft A. M. ttnlil D-.30 v
Mutual Tolcphom- 2'11. Pon Oilice Bo: 173.
I UNI P i
mam, : mm
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAR1LLA & IRON WATi'E,
fiiiaur Alt, Hop Me, Grenadino, MmUi Sarsaprilla, Mineral Waters, Hie. -
ir All oonuntiitk'iitU)HB
LAM CHIN' and Yimnj,' Siiifj Chew
buve sold their Interest In win Yu
SltiK Co. Kit-o Planiation, at Evv a, Island
ol Oahu. to Lati Wen & Co. All elalins
v ill be settled by Lam chin A Young
Ring Chnvv. C70 at
NOT 1 015."
LL aiuiiuts ngtiinst the Michiiilci
f & Woikingineu's Political Pioue
tive I'nloii inii"t bo piceiitcd to one of
the tjmniiilltvu consisting of Mesi- S.
Xowleln, .1. Uuwler and .1. Mfhrtcii,
forcolleellon. PER ORDER.
Houohihi, June 2, lSiid. ;.70 3t
MPS. OSBORNE h now tnepni-ed to
give lictiucilons lu Fancy V"nk
at "The Arlington," Room IS. Class
Len'ous: Mondays, Wednesdays and
Pildav. Pilvoo' lessons bv Apeilal
aiiuiigemeut Mhinpltig mid older
ptoiiiiiiy attended to. febii-iy
I'OU SAN FJlAT!SCO,
'I hit Al Uieiiinshii)
Will littvc Honolulu for tin abve
Friday, June 6th,
For Ki eight or PaR'age, apply to
WM. U. IRWIN & CO., AgcuU.
Tti Al HtoautHlilp
Will Icavu Honolulu for the ubovu ports
on or about
t3T" For fielght or pastiage, having
superior cabin and steerage accouuiui.
datlmiB, apply to
Wji. 0, iaWIN&Co.,
M31 td Agents,
FurToEoiau & Hoiekone
1 1 rVi i(T -m n imur, n iriM iimib WIMWi nnivrMiaaanaJ
ISSUED UY THE
-- OJF1 IMsTVV YORK
gCERY ! GOFF
jn c cj v in u ?'Vtt izurr.
AI.WAYH ON II.VD -AND TO OllDKR
Suns, Rusks, Doughnuis, Picnic Boiis,
Juliet, liiffli' Hips,
A UM.QE ASSOniUUKr OF
1'lpcR, CIrr & OlgarnKo
M. Siituntay nighl, upon
I : LEIVIOADE.
ntul ortleiH should bo juhlrcsscil to
BENSON, SMITH 8c CO.,
FIGURED INDIA SILKS 1
THE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
gjtf" Xo. 1! Puttern8 alike. Fashionable Dressmaking npotaiia jdf
"CLIMAX" BAKING PSWBER
Without a itlvnl in lrli & Quality I
One-third tlie Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Van It !
OT A Saving of 23 Ter Cent in Cot and Quality tho Very llest. j&Ji
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENKY DAVIS &. CO.,
"rl Am ExeliiBivo AyentH for the Iluvvniiin Tulandjt.
oai -;- Oil
WATER WHITE !
Muaufuettireil F.xirely Vov
T. H. DAVIES & CO.
Dr. A. LUTZ
WILL have ofllce hours from 8 to 9
a. M. and 4 to 5 p. m at No. 33
Beictanla, between Fott and Nuuanu
streets. Mutual Telephone Nos. 02
""d 17(1. 670 1m
Dr.' A. B. CARTER
HAS removed his offlco to No. 33
Beretanla, between Fort and
Nuuanu streeU. Ofllce hours : 0 ;30 to
J J ,H;',an.lJ w 4, and 7 to 8 v. si.
Mutual Tolephooe No. 392. 670 lm
Agent for the Hawaiian Islundu.
liuttci Ctarl.ci ,
bhootly Ciaeki i?,
CoU'eii Uu, Isle, Hie.
Hohtova. Tolti Drinks,
all nij'.ln Bell
IVl i hotii
Ohas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Foit & Hotel ats
Ii. C. AHLE8, Managor.
Fort Street, : Honolulu.
Aid uow froparcl U deliver ho to asy put
of tie City.
Tho packing and shipment of country
oiders will lecclve most rarctul atten
tion. All of our Ice Is mannf-ietuied from
Pure Mountain Water, fiicfullv filtered
by tint Hyatt Pmo WAter Co. Fllttr,
which Is untveinnlly aekuovvledged to
bu the best filter made.
rnekases of Butter. Game, rifh,
Meats, Etc., iced veil for cold stoiage
In our Kefiigc-rathitf llooms at modti
K2 Ice for bale at the Factory at nnv
hour, day or night. ' Q03.ini
ON account of HI health Dr. .1. M.
Whitney has appointed Di. E. L.
Hulehlnson to tako charge of his olliee
until bis i etui u. n7 tf
DURING my absence fiom the King
dom J, Hotltig, I holds my
power of attorney.
, , , E. 8. OUNIIA.
Honolulu, May 31, 1800. 6(J9 2vv
isMkiAii': ..,'.? AS&UkJtohktiJte-