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iA'ILT BTTLLKT1& : HONOLULU, H. I.
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It litis pleased Hi Majesty the
King to appoint the following named
gentlemen to bo His Cabinet :
He. JOHN. ADAMS CUMMINS,
Minister o! Foreign AfiV.i, vice
Joaa. Austin, Esq., icsigneil.
GODFREY BROWN, Kcq., Min
ister of Finance, vice Hon. S. M.
CHARLES N. SPENCER, Est.,
Minister of Intetior, vice Lorriu A.
Tburiton, Esq., resigned.
ARTHUR P. PETERSON, Esq.,
Attorney-General, ico Clarence V.
Ashford, Esq., resigned.
luliuii Palace, Honilulu, June 17,
1S90. 032 3t-140 It
In Accordance with Sec. I. of Chap
ter XXVII. of tho Lawn of ISSfS.
All persons holding walor priilegc?
or thee paying water r.itca.iur here
by notified th.U tlio water mtca for
the term ending December 31, 1890,
will be due and payable at the of lice
of the Honolulu Waterworks, on the
first day of July, 1890.
All such rates Humbling unpaid
for fifteen days affr they are due,
will be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying :.Ue.s will please
bring their lu&t receipts.
Ratea are payable at the ofl'ice of
the Waieiworl;1- in the Kapuaiwa
The statute allowing no discretion,
"triet cnfoicemcnt of this clause will
CI! AS. 15. WIL30N,
Snpt. Hon. Waterworks.
Honolulu, June 15,181)0.
to look around for Bomo heavenly
oMunplo to guide our uctions in this
dispute. Wo thousja or uie nevus
trying to get into it dispute with the
Aichaugcl about the body of
Moses. That didn't 6eciu to lit our
ca?c, although no wrong could bo
tmtiulutl to Michael. Then we
thought of Lucifer'o Retting up ti
disturbance in hef,ven tuul how the
authorities there dealt with htm,
and wo Enid "that is the example
for us." So we undertook to east
out the "accuser," 03 the heavenly
authorities Lad ckmo, nn?. tbtte re
store pence and unity in the Cab
inet, even a) peace had been re
stored in heaven by pursuing that
course. Rut the National Party did
not see it in that, light. So they
took that unhcavenly course and
cast out the accused nud kept the
And now you can just bet your
bottom dollar, that the "National
Reform Party" will have disunion
and quarreb in their rank from
this time forth, as no peace or unity
can long exist where " accusers" of
the innocent are tolerated. We
thought hv following the above
heavenly esatnpla, to not only re
store peace and unity in the Cab
inet, but to settle the principle, that
hereafter no one man although it
bo Lucifer himself should bu able
to block the wheel of Government
and set people quarreling simply by
matting trouble tn tin. uatnnei, nut.
The "MissionM-y Party" from the
other islands did not conic down
here for olllee, but came in the in
terest of peace and good covern
inont. How diffcient it would have
been had the whole llouso come to
gether with the same unselfish hon
est intention. Wc could have had
a love feast, confessed our own sins
and short-comings, extolled the good
deeds and kind hearts of our fellow
members, by wotds of love and act
of kindness, counselled and worked
for the good of all, and all for each.
Hut the other course was taken, the
innocent were made to appear
guilty and the "accusers" justified.
LiTKit. We have now a new
Cabinet. AVe thank the King and
congratulate the country, and wish
we could congratulate the Minis
ters ; but past experience forbids.
They have a hard row to hoe.
I.slP.RtFsiv-Riffiilws . Paciuc Hardware Co., I'd
UU.UM V X, U VA-gjCJi w ,1 CI
J'ttfyat fa naiitr Stxt tier Party,
Hut estaSUthfil for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, ,1V HE 19, 1890.
An article on "Sumptuary lawp
and their social influence," by
William A. Hammond, M. I")., in
the May number of the "Popular
Science Monthly," should be read
by our Legislators in view of pro
jected legislation affecting the liquor
tratllc. The line of argument ii in
dicated by the opening paragraph,
which reads or follow.1,:
There are many persons who have
what they conceive to be the good
of their fellow -creatures so greatly
at heart that, when they can not
succeed in making them conform to
r. standard of right and wrong that
they have ?. up for themselves, en
deavor to accomplish their object
by legal enactments. It is true they
are vuiy apt la do this under the
fiction of itiniiriug the public wel
fare ; hut it U none the lew a fact,
even if we admit the force of their
alleged motive, that uch laws as
those to which 1 refer interfere with
the personal liberty of those againnt
whom they uro aimed, and thin to nu
extent incompatible with that degree
of freedom of will and of action
which is inseparable from Uie indi
vidual in all eommunitioa founded
upon what we call liberty. More
over, thoy are inquisitorial in their
Hitnre, and, what, is perhaps a point
of even "till greater importance,
they fail to accomp'Uh the object In
view ; and being continually evaded
on one pretext or another, tend to
diminish that respect for the majesty
of law which all well-ordered citi
zens should entertain.
There appears to be some evil
spirits in this community who call
themselves Christians and take de
light in damning the characters of
their fellowmcn living or dead.
It would appear that Dr. Hyde
and the editor ol the Fiicml are fair
example of the above class.
The morality of Father Dnmien
should never have been questioned,
he being dead still spcakelh to the
woild, and his memory is revered
almoot everywhere, except, it ap
pears, on the very field of his labors.
He performed a duty neglected
by men supposed to bo hi btipe
tiora, and died a martyr in the cau:c
of our poor suffering humanity.
History will not willingly allow
Damion's name to die; and when
the pigmy names of his miserable
detractors aro utterly lost his will
be growing brighter and brighter
and bu enshrined in the heat Is of
every humane light-thinking person
whoreads history, and at last it will
be recorded in the calendar among
the names of the Saints.
In this "distressful country"
where Datnien died, it has been
said, many have grown rich by rea
son of their efforts in the cause of
Christianity, and it ill becomes any
of that claf,s to endeavor to asperse
the "Priest of Molokai."
Every word written or said by Br.
Hyde and the editor of the Pi tend
only rears Uaraien's monument to a
higher altitude, and makes his mis
erable detractors more contemptible
These detractors have called hia
famous defender a "llohcmian" and
n"cr.mk;" that really is all in an
swer to the magnificent defense of
Damieti by Robert Louis Stevenson.
San 1'nmcl.ico, Jvnc 1, per lurucn
tine 6. JV". Cvsfe.
A new megaphone hao been placed
on the market m England, by which
the human voice can bo so magni
fied that it can bo heuid at a dis
tance o" several miles.
The popular fad In 'Washington
nowadays is the study of the lan
guage and literature of Spain, which
was given a great impetus by thu
sessions of the Pan-American Con
gress. The indomitable Dr. Sehlictnann
is working with a will at his task of
laying bate all that, the ages have
left at old Troy. He has 250 men
at work and he has laid down n
small railway, so that he is making
rapid progress towaul the attain
ment of his object.
M. Wyse lias started from Eu
rope on a mission connected wiui
the Panama Canal. Wyse has been
instructed, after visiting the canal
works, to proceed to Carthagena
and Bogota and negotiate, with thu
Colombian Government for a pro
longation of the canal concession.
Modesto Dan ins has res-it-ned the
position of Minister of Interior for
Nicaragua, and lm gone to repie-
scnt that country in Loudon.
The Cm r ha written a letter in
reply to on fiom the Queen of Den
maik, promising to malic strict en
quiry into the Siberian scandals',
and to instruct his Ministers to
draft measures for amelioration.
The Costa Rica Congress Inn es
tablished an expnit duty on coffee,
to raise funds for building a national
theatre, estimated to coit S:i00,0w0.
The French Dcriiy was won at
Paris on the 1st instant by IJ.uon
Rothschild's colt Heatime.
Couut Heibcrt UUumrck is said
to he engaged to thu eldest daugh
ter of Lady Dudley.
Rolla, a Norwegian paiaehutiit,
has been drowned at sea.
Martinez Chicle, of California, has
defeated Captain Brewer, champion
of the woild, in a pigeon shooting
match. The captain lo-it eight birds
out of a hundred and Chick only
Seven boys bitten by a mad dog
at St. Joseph, III., arrived in New
York on June 1, and were taken to
the 1'astcar Institute tor treatment.
, jtot 16, leao, . '.' ' .; -1
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ISSUED BY TUB
igiiHHHHftfl I ib-i- mt mskm: :ummm ,(
93SB2 B KJlfraR... L.B9 .. HEBfc IlimBtiGLD 3L ftJjaffWfi HBTMH
Banquet Lamps, ? iraw york
j : : : : Over $138,000,000
E.l'.rniinjbni, frcsli'nti 3, O.Srcncor,
Amnciri Jt i h. Wisltr( xrAMnrcT.
-tub vKnv i..vri:sT in
Hall Lamps & CUnndeliera,
Just Received fiom the Factor'.
A Hew Line of Refrigerators,
A Full Line ol tlio Faorito
Eddy's Mrigoratot's and Ice Chscts,
Dltetoa's 2sm & I'llcej IJsw Llnti cf Lwlr,
l'hiatot, Jr., Cultivutovs.
Pictures Frames & Mouldings,
EC13AR A. JIcCURWY, I'osldcitt.
U5 For full parliculats apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Pacific ll-trdware Co.. L'tl.
Fort A Merchant sts.
HAIIBRSIITH k FEB,
7 y -
?' -JKI ?
5 0 t
XV TO" 3J A.JX O "JTlTIU lpJl?.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
L id ill
Jumbleo, Coffee CaSics, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
&" And will be DELIVERED PI5LE of CHARGE to any part of the city.
Auction Sales by Jimes F. Morgii.
Err" Our New Allotype UliHtiutcd
CV.aldgue tuiit fiec on aiiUeatiou.
Nan I'l i:ueli'. : : t,'t:llrii'iilc.
HEWETT & JAC0I3GEN,
lilil.. c,V FARE)
Cv'ltvttsi!;, OjsiuiIjjIm. Ag&w anil
t'Ktca Uo;::o Iirottw.
Aro "t n't imr'; juvinird to rcr
ftu hsi; t.'e-eii.itlitii of ( ler'cd Wo k
such s .'iiile n'g A enuatri, I'oitimjun
Tr.icleini iiV l."k.r. Inkii.K Invciiiurie
nf StucK, 1 iiu'Mc .mir Lc.id L)j(!iitRcnIs,
Etc. U-min'mf tiiid llrli.b.e Freight
C'h'iki fcr iSi'Mlellieiy mid l.lll.iii g i.f
Zi'0nv a-. Hi tzAW. fc Hon:.:so:i'!,
Qjicii .iet 1V.i tMllee Kox lfi.J Alii,
till 'Ic'f ii.0!k: i--; l!i Ji 'J'cliplK i.i .ti
CoflVe, Tea, Chocolate & Milk,
Steaks, Cliop, Fish, Hum
Oyster fjtewfi, Soused rig's Fott, Etc.
Oimtei from li:30 . iss. to 1 i. in.
HTffifrrinrii r iinafiiMnf t" --"- "- i.,VAMwmwmltMniaw1
I finl 1 1
f C H'.l It-5
J! y.-iS ran w-
y tr" im n
bi a q
3. rJ J3A.1J-.I3V
TO-3IOIIKOW, iTunu SOlli,
AT 10 (WM( IS A. 51.,
At my Salcsronm, Ouei-n street, 1 will
f.ull at' Pali ie iiiielluii,
Dry G-oocls, Clothing,
i-Tjji?; i 'rust. to,
Parlo" Gets, Eic.
And at 12 o'cloek noon, on Brewer's
103 Bales Hay,
103 G:ck3 Whola Barl.--y,
2S Sacks Rollud Barley,
Just Laudal ) r '"S. X. Castle."
'!ltrt MONMOK, lailie,' tmnt. W
lfi rcnsiivvd to Kn. S. Kukit) l-.co
A' .-;. v,l i -
iSiVM-S nor of Bere.ianla
HOUSE with 7 rooms
aim u.un, on the eor-
eola Ftreeis. Cars jiass the door. Ap
ply at UiU olllee. i"Sl ti
ASM K B i!e
5S s S m a
fPi, ?, tv jg
, : iiitcflm
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAP.SArARILLA & IRON WATEE,
Giisr ki Bus in, GreiiE, issslrryaie, MwiWi ffiiwal IF bIi Etc
J AS. P. 3!OJfJxN,
1 ltuliilinr now
A5L-Xwi - Bulldiii'j now ued as
8S:S?i!ia the olllee of the HawHlI.m
Ti'.imwiiyt ( o., fld), on King btf'et.
giutablu either for an olllee or toie.
Apply on the prcmUcs f.7U lit
TO LET or XiKASH':
J? wU Zu tL ;
Eurroi: Huli.ctin :
Allow me to express a few ideas
roipeeting the nolo of our Hawaiian
Legislature in the Opposition's tit
tempt to bring nbout ft vote of
"want of confidence" in tlio Minie
iry. Notwithstanding the howls of
partisau enemies about Onbinet
corruption, including the Auditor
Ganeral's report mid tho majority
report of tho Foreign Affairs Com
mittee, and tho wrong-doing ex
pestcd to bft unearthed by the
various committee' who were- cut
hunting up corrupt acta of the
Minister!; with as natural an inatinct
us a bloodhound pursues its prey
the only charge, out of nil the cor
ruption hinted at, U the following:
"It is painfully apparent tliul His
Mijcsty'a constitutional advisers are
ir.econellably divided against them
selves." That is tho whole charge,
SAILORS' HOME BAZAAR.
The attention of the ladio3 of this
generous community is culled to a
bazaar, to be held in October, in
behalf of tho New Sailors' Home.
Feeling sure that the, object is one
of common interest, wo ask the
hearty co-operation of all our ladies,
with a sense of certain success born
of pf.st experience.
Early notice is given in order to
giva abundance of time, and avoid
overwork and crowding. Contribu
tions may be sent to any ouo of the
following committee :
Mrs. Mary Dowfett,
Mrs. .1. II. Wodchousc,
Mrs. A. de .Sotiza Cauavarro,
Mrs. II. V. Schmidt,
Mrs. J. H. Super,
Mrs. C. M. Hyde,
Mrs. S. C. Allen,
Mrs. J. S. MoCJrow,
Mrs. W. W. Hall.
0:i MOSJDAY, July JilHt,
There- will be Mild at I'tiblie Aivtlon,
at KithlMiini, .Maui,
100 Hoad Got i k mm.
ot Mis. A.
In l'iiuoa V.dhiv.
j;A HI JJAVTO.V,
SI King ft., over .1. Xott's store,
tSr All conunuulcatlons tuul orders should bo iuldrc.ssnd to '
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
qcaasi gae iemii3ag
For MolsaiM Moilem
ro 1JJ5ST or J.KAhT.
MOllE or l.JGS!3.
tsr A gooJ opportunity
i:r nAiiF-porrrrn vm s.
rPWO Bright and Polite Young Men
1 to work on tho switchboard of the
Mutual Telephone Co. Apply to
FOIt SATJ3 CI1EA!
is the Finest Table Hatter sold lathe
City of Honolulu.
to nvs IIA1 OK
oi t slie.'l, In the
oeeupled by J. X. tf. Williams, Mtitaliic.
for olllee. or Mmc. For liifonnatloii
apply to ofllef Union lion Woiks, K--planadc,
6."!1 in J. X. S. fffl.1.1 AJllS
l'iir?i!a!u!il llouso To Lai
..5"?a..-. T '-i.l;iki, a t-.io MY.y
f'CKiiyi ilo'1-.o, iioi.tn uii'g ii.
tJ."inS352 ronm3 idcely fi.raUliid, wlih
ki flK.li, i.inai, bath and H'lVir.lMrooinir,
sti'-l.', ft ; , to let for a fev ini-niln av a
leioiuhb' rate. Or looms -'ill bu let
ai .tflv wl It eoi.i! iii hie liM'inl.
HAWAIIAN' IlUetXLSS AOKXCY.
Tt4 A I rilt'UlUhhlp
41 Sag-aiisi Maru,"
Will Ifttvn Honnluiu for tl.u abnvr j'( Ua
on or alout
CJE'l'. f i eight v v-l"'''II," h-ivlnf
' j erlor c.b'n and iioiray i.cconiin
na i..ii5, apply to
Win. U. ITWIN
Vsilunblo I'voiitM'ty Vov Halo
HAWAMH JOCKEY CLUB.
' jMIL following uoinlunlloiis will elo'o
JL Jniiu :.0, laliO:
Futurity SfaSiet ol 10S2 Kor Hawaiian
hied a year old. A Sweepstake of Sf.d
as follow b: &,"i on Xondiialloii, GUI
.luniiaryl, 16!M, UlU July 1, 18'Jt, 5M
.lauiiaiy I. Ib'.U.
Hawaiian Dnby ol 1051 For Hawallin
bred II year old. A .Sweeps ako of ijlll i
as follows! 45 on Xiiinliritlon. S10
Jauuaiv 1, ism, 020 ilnly 1, Ib'JI, 25
Juiiiiiiry 1, I8I1S, 0i0 .laiiu.ny 1, 18(ia.
-iii V' newly in
EjiajiKS Uf ii-c ni'iiiiuiiiiii; a rooms,
l.mliui, bithto. m. tloi-e.?, carriaite
lioure, tti'ile, btiii-iy, cte. llrountli
ciuain - 2M hcici, well labl out in
lv;a, i-liiule and fruil trees, flowers,
etc. Will be i-ol I low, with or without
f.irnbuie, hor"-,, cmri'jgcf., II v siork,
and nil the i.ppoliimiunU iiwiIh! in a
llftt-cl'i'H ie.-l.ienee, ."t- the uw tier In.
lends l,Mvloir iIhim. l!iiinN.
Hawaiian r.t:sixi:-.s aokncy.
Electricity is Life !
ATAXY iieivons find
ioiHOii&Mnlos For Sale.
kL Tlir. followlnsc dmliMbl" nnl-
Jr 1 mnlrt will he wild at a b.ii
4irLi!aln. to win 11 I'luo Yoiiiir
MoiicK fi Ymmar Muleb, Hiied by tlio
rj MIK heht lemedyfor
ij& l wound', ulcers,
Mt&SfX'- galls, proud lleh and
Ss&S-cSk wire.s of every desurlu--h"-
- tlou to peiHoiHoraul
iii.ils. Adopted by leading; horse rail
road, club and hveiy uublei:, etc.. in
the L'nited Slates and elsewhere. Wo
urn prep.ued to itivo ibis stateiuent by
teilmonlaW and refeieiiees to planieiti
and llveiyiiieu in tills Kingdom.
u'aVaiiax rusixuss aokncy.
a moderate ap
plication of Electricity lleiuilclal.
Kleetikitv gonieilincs cures and nearly
alw.ivs benefits KlieuiiiutlMU, Neiiialj!ti.
Indigestion, Ktc.. and nets like a tonic,
and 1 verv beneficial In ca3.a of General
On Quoan Street,
And get an F.lectilo Shock by dropplne
a N.cui hi the Mot. Can bu regulated
to Biilt the delicate ab w ell as the Mronj;.
There Is also one of thfe. Electric
Machines at Young Nap's, coiner ot
King and Kotliel ntn els. H71 Hn
Having removed our 80UA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
Wo. 259 FOK.T 1L',1?S.E3E,3?,
(Xear the Custom nonse)
Wo aia now prepared to furfiibb at Miorl notice, and of primo quality, any
of (he following High Clusa Aerated Beverages:
Fliilii, Swist, Liioi, Straiten or Graam Soda,
r8iiiirilla, Sareapnrillrt & Iron "Writer, and Grnb
Ui.lng cxclueively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
FICtIJBJD INDIA SILKS! r
TIIK LAKGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Leading Millinery Uoubc, Corner Tort fc Hotel sts.
1' ARTIES desl i lm: Avocado IVars In
.1 quantities! of uot lev than fiO will
Dr. HENKI O. McNKISW.
and undoubtedly the only thing that A COMPLETE ontflt tor mnMng and Kentucky .lack 'I'l"';!'''';.;' J J '
r ,1.1 i,n nrni.x.i . d Upeiniiig carbonated liuvci ng. ii, Maiw,, expected hhorily to have Alum
xt i.1 Ji .. . ,,i ' all lu good order. Addrc-s i foals. Apply to
Now it was tho most natural thing
Jo the world for na Missionaries" 1 mi 3xn
i 570 tf 4J Merchant B.itet, Honolulu.
A LAllOKawnitninntot 1 hotogriiph.i
Jt and Steigotcoplo Views of the
most attiaetlv" teenery, bulldlngH, eto,
In linn Wanda, lor r.ilo at reasonable
" HAWAIIAN lJMNi:i AOKNO.Y.
Corner I'oit and Muiohaul BUeein.
AFTER an absence of four years In
l'iui, has retiiined to his homo
on the Islands, for the purpose of rc
Miinhig the pi make of niedUlue. He
may be fouiiil at Ids oid olllee on Hotel
fctieet hot ween Eut and Alikea stieet.
Ofllce hours fiom t. to 11 a. m., and 2 to
I and (1 to S 1'. M. 57(1 lm
Towell's IJajjjvau'o Express.
0S" No. 2 Patterns aliho. Fiifihionable Drot-smaking upstairs J
WUliout a liival lit l'rlco & QunlUy J
Onc-tliiid tbo Prioa of tho Royal !
Every Housekeaper Should Use It !
T AS.iingof 03 Per Cent in Cost and Qualify the Very Best. JgM
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBDERS.
I Ass. POWELL, formerly einployoil
t) at Union Feed Co. for several
veavs, haUng gone Into tho baggago
expicR buluetii, rollclta patiouago.
Maud, coiner of King and liethel
fciri.cU. Orders cm be left at Young
Naji'.i cigar Hand. Jl.iggage delivered
with ptoiiiptutbs and caie to any part
of city. JUU8 7-U0
HENRY DAVSS &. CO.,
Exclusive Agents for (ho Hawaiian Islandc
TL.I AS removed his oftlco tn No. 33
.1 Ik'i'ctunla, between Foit and
Xnuaim streois Ofllco hours: 0:30 to
11 a. M., and S to 4, and 7 to 8.i. M.
Mutual Tolepuouo No, W2. 570 lui
Br. A. JLUTZ
WTLL have ofllco hours from 8 tn
a. M. and 1 to 5 i. m.. iu No. S3
Berctanla, between Fort and Nuunnu
stieots. Mutual Tolephonu No?. 302
and 170. C70 lm
i ' ia. ,
su; -x v.