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AIL? BDLLESTljSLvUOKOLtJLt;, H. Jf.f. JttS J5, 1890.
PlfXH JWiSSL ft $
tnm iry jr wliww
It has pleased Hit. Majesty tlte
King to appoint
To bo Marshal of the Kingdom, vice
John II. Sopor, resigned.
Iolani Pnlaec, July 1, 1S90.
In accordance with Sec. I. of Ohnp
toi XXVII. of the Laws of 188G.
All persons holding water privileges
or thoc payim; wntoi lales.aio here
by notified that tho water rates for
the term onding.lVccinbci III, 1890,
will bo duo and payable nt tin olllcc
of the Honolulu Wnteiuoik:?, on the
Hist day of July, 18D0.
All such rales lomainiiij unpaid
fir fifteen i:iys nfloi I hoy nie due,
v. ill be subject to an additional 10
Parlies pijjing,.riitc. ,will ploat-c
bring Ihcir last receipts.
Rate aio payable nt'tho "oflieo of
tho Wutorwnrl.r in the Knpuniwu
The Btatuto allowing no discretion,
strict enioiecment of "thi" clause will
Supt. Hon. WalenvoikH.
Honolulu, Juno If,lS90.
SATURDAY, JULY .'., 18J10.
For some inscrutable reason there
seems to be an aversion on the part
of the various depaitmeuls of Gov
ernment to print any but a veij
limited edition of the seveial re
ports. This is all" wrong.. The Gov
ernment, belongs to the people. The
repoils are for the infonnation of
the people and it is nojl sutticleqt.
that a number of ieporfsjf,e pointed
and handed to each member "of the
Legislature, leaving a few copies to
be letaincd in the depaitmouts or to
be transmitted to - a few agent.
Such reports a3 that of tho Minister
of the Interior, the Hoards of Health
and Education, Department, of Fi
nance and some others, ought to be
published in editions of -evcral
hundreds, perhaps thousands. Then
members of the Legislature should
receive anywhere from ten to fifty
copies apiece to be sent to their re
spective districts and circulated oi
placed where they will be most likely
people. Then (flargc number ol the
to be read by a large number ol
icports should be sent to the various
lepresentativrs of Hawaii in foreign
countries ; alo to some foreign
libraries or places of public refei-
ence, and snfiicicnt should be kept
tn the departments to prevent a loss
of the reconls.
The foregoing is what the Adver
tiser say-,. The lli.i u.ns would add
t tuaj, tiiese leporls an; integer docu
ments to placcpn sale at the book
stoics, o Ihat the general public
might have the opportunity of seem
ing them. It is impossible for the
newspapeis Jo furnish their readers
a-iylhing like the complete contents
of the numerous aud lengthy reports,
The information they contain is not
only desired by all citizens whorish
to post themselves on tho affairs of
the country, but visitors from foieign
lands by almost every steamer en
quire tor such publications, and
would gladly nuichase them wctc
they for sale.
It may also be added that the
Advertiser's strictures on the waut
of liberality or intelligence displayed
in printing inadequate editions of
Government report?, in f-o far as
They relate to the reportof the Bonid
of Health, are unfounded and there
fore unjust. In addition to the Ha
waiian edition, one thousand copies
have been piinte'd in English, which
may be.regnuled as a libpial edition.
The mistake is the more inexcusable
on the part of the Advertiser, as the
printing was done in its own office.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Fifth Sunday ufter Tiinity.
Oathedrul sen ices :
Litany, 9,: 30 a. nt.
Morning prayer 10 u. in. Sermon
by let. Rev. the liishopof Honolulu.
' Hawaiian Evensong, 3:30 ! m.
fcctmon by Rev. W. II. Uu'rnes.
Evening prayer C p. m. Sermon
by HevTW. Il.IlarnCs.
X "The Dally Riillcthi." 00 ccut
THE WEEKLY BULLETINr
2d coIuuiub, purely local limitoi
Jilullwl to foreign couuUi. 45 rer
THE 0CEAN13 CQKTBACT.
Urent Ynluo of. lm tf ft" l'ranolfmn
Sloututo :.civ Xenluinl,
"Our Letter Homo" in tho Now
Zealand Herald of Juuu 10 contains
the following comparison of the ri nt
English mail routes to which Now
Zealand contributes. It shows a
piofit from the service done by tho
Oceanic Steamship Co., as against
a loss ftom the direct service of the
New Zealand Shipping Co. :-
The working of the San Francisco
Scivice, and its benefits to the col
ony of New Zealand, wereKllown by
ttm results of the operations foi the
year ending on ."lot December last.
Tho"full original subsidy was paid to
the end of November, as the new
arrangement did not take effect till
then. Yet the year's returns show
lecelpts to the amount of yo,!i07
Hi fd against an expenditure of i-'i'T,-31)
I 8s, thus exhibiting a surplus of
2912 Ms od in aid of the gcneial
revenue of the colony. This is sa
tisfactory enouah, but the new ar
rangement, if it had been in opera
tion during the w hole year, would have
shown a far larger surplus of 8.V27.
The subsidy would only have been
11,250 and the other charges 1'3,-
.')18, in all i.'lli,7G8. Against this
tho postages posted in New Zealand
(10,050) and the sharo received
from London (02-15) make up. the
surplus abovu noted. Contrast
these figures with thosoof the ditcct
service ot the New Zealand Shipping
Company. The- company received
(in payment by weight for the mails
carried) 10,GC7 3s 4d, and (in
bonuses) tofti i 13s -Id. lhe inter-
piovincial distribution and other
charges weie 3000, bringing up the
total cost to 20,-iS0 JCs 8d. The
receipts, weie only 15,180 0s 2d,
leaving a deficiency of 5&91 10s Sd
to be borne by the consolidated re
venue. " "
Thus the San Francisco lino is
cariied on at a large profit, while
the direct lino entails a large loss.
As a mail service there can lie no
comparison between tho two linos.
No one has ever pretended that any
possible servico can, -in this respect,
beat that via San Francisco. Tho
Only plea for a subsidy to the direct
line was its usefulness in carrying
frozen meat and other produce to
London. The subsidy now received
by this line is by a payment per
pouuil weigbtSTor all mail matter
wlyclLiit-conveys. To attempt, by
thSili8eontindauce of the American
Jinet to force a greater weight of
(BuU maftcr for carriage by the di
rept lute would be injurious to all
, aniTjnust lead to a very conider-
ablo.pbilion of our tellers coining
1)3' way.JjfjAnstvalia. The Vietoiiau
or New South Wales Governments
would in that case icccivc the larg
est bhuie of the Ocean postage. Wo
should be cut off fiom America, or,
what is most likely, have to be ton
tent with a branch line cither from
Samoa or Sydney. "Our outlay !
would bo less, but our income would
suffer in more than the same pro
poition. New Zealanders would still
pay the postage, but it would go to
other Governments instead of to
their own. The whole question K
to be brought up for consideration
in the approaching session. The
light thrown upon it by the last
year's returns cannot fail favorably
to affect the continuance of the San
Francisco service as lit fartie best
and cheapest mail line for the col
ony. This, too, apart from the un
doubted benefit, present and pios
pective, of being in continued direct
communication with the United
Stales, and, thiough (hem, having
a" n altei native line with the whole
THE P. C. A.'S EDITORIAL.
Eonon RiiLi,r.TiK :
The editorial in Monday's Ad
vertiser Has evidently written for
people abroad, and not for voters at
ho,mi?. Its Chief -object was the
iloriilcation of the Reform I'aity;
the present Constitution, and the
son on ful consequences of not "re
vising and amending our treaty re
lations with the United Stales," so
as to secure practical commercial
We loo such,wiitiiiK,- it is very
icfrcsliiiigjto tired souls and the im
pudent 11ui.lf.tis h certainly dam
ned already. Tuo'Xntionul Reform
I'arty, what docs it show? It has
"kicked out of olllde the lottencst
administration tho country ever
had," and there is ample proof of
this to come. The same puity
wish continued prosperity especial
ly with our great neighbor, but not
at tho e.stravagant price the r. U.
A., h willing to pay, "even unto the
landing of troops," still the Na
tional Reform Party has no record
and its members ale in accord with
"principles of rttiogression." We
think not. Alex. Young may well
exclaim, "God save me from my
friends,"- he had a chance once,
hut the P. C. -A., has destroyed
that he haft now, and in virtuous
indignation ho should retiie and
leave Mr. ' Beiger to "walk over."
The I C. A. represents nothing
but "family" and "boodle," no
one respects it, mid incu luugh at
its pretentions j-it is run by men
who claim an alliance with irtue
"and honesty, and it is successful in
every issuej in pioving its own de
falcations. The last paragraph of the I C.
A.'s aiticlc Is veiy pielty, aud
would ho good if tiuew but we
think that Alex. Young is for A.
Young, while C. 0, Herger will pro
bably give some attention and
thought to his supporters and
party, AntI'Toauv. .
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
The meeting of iho Honolulu Typo
graphical Union lus been postponed
till net Satin day.
There will bo u Children's Scrvieo
ntjSt. AndrowV Cathedral to-iuonow
morning commencing nt 11:15.
Mks. Mary Hutuuni will talk on
temperance, at Kiiwalahao Church,
at f'30 o'clock, to-moriow evening.
To-Mor.uowan English sennon will
bo delivered at tho Catholic- (Jutbp
dial of Honolulu, nt lho7 a. in. mnv,
Tin b.uul Inning plafd reven
teen bonis yoAioiday, and on sovoial
occ-ribiohs nhendy to-day, will not
giu n eonoctl.nl l'mma Hqnaro this
A Washis'u ion despatch to llio Sun
Frnneiioo Examimn p.iys that llio
Adminiatrntiou h:is oponlv arrayed
itself a'g.utist tho p.issnge of the Mc
Mn. H. 1. l.iec is on a ibit io the
blinds. ThU gentleman hai inter
ested him-iolf ill directing toutiMs
lliis w.iy, and Imp ben instrumental
iu imliU'ing'inatiy to viit tho king
dom. Welromo Io our s-hores.
Tin: S. S. Alameda discharged S.in
FrunuiHoo jiilol .lune 28th nt 3:37 p.
in. Stoiped for Honolulu pilot July
5th at 5 ::'.() a. in. Time, 0 days 13
hours 53 minutes. Tho Alameda
proceed on her oyage for the Colo
nics .it S o'clock this evening.
Mit. 11. V. Liiino. Con.Mil for JIpx
ico -md Vicc-Consul for Siain, who
went to the Const by the Australia
for health, died a few days after land
ing Mi&. Lniiie Tclurned by the
Alameda to-day with the body of her
l.tlo huMiund. The funei.il will lake
place from the reidenre, Until
htieot, at -t n'olock tn-iuoriow afler
noon." Oi'it San Francisco (innetpondeiit
wiitcs Xhc -ofl'-r of tit'1 Oceanic
Com) my to oMahliMi a monilily
nt..unslii)i i niio helw.'cn Honolulu
.'lid Tahiti to connect with its main
line of fcicamci: tins been acoeited
by the Tuliitian nulhraities, and the
diaft couti.ict Ins be"ii fiiw.uded to
Sail Fianci'C" for cdusidcrAtion and
Dii.i.y Murphy, chanijiioo fenlhcr
weiglit pugilist of the woild, and his
bmthcp.Iiiu, a figliler of lC'-s distinc
tion, arrived bv the Al.nued.i lliis
morning and will );iojin exhibition
at the Oomnioici.il at 5 o'clock lliis
afternoon, roitiiiil.1- and the cliani
pion IxJULelonging io Hilly Murphy
woie on iew in the window of the
Hawaiian New Co.'t, stoic to-day,
attiacling the att'mlion of many,
A Swnnisii sailor named Olaf Ru
dolph, a.ed "(! e.ii!-, '.sa-i i-eiioutly
hint on the HolhiniTbaik Oplnrtbis
moiniiig, by a lump of.oo.il falling
on his bead. His kull was tinctur
ed in iv.'ifphiooi., and Di. Mclvibbin
iirdered hi- icniov.il to (ucon't Ilos
pitid. The tiist inato says lie often
warned men not to&land lienoatli
the hatch while lubb of co.il Vt'.'ic be
ing hoisted. Tho injuiul man had
not locovored convcjoHfiKv- at one
o'clock this nflcmron.
3i:bns. 11. W. Schmidt it Sons'
impoiting and eonunihion hou.-o wah
o)encd with bos)italitieb lo-day. An
elegant luncheon of home cookery
was spread before a huge number of
i-itois, including His Excellency
JohnA. Cummins, Judge Dole, mem
bcis'of the Legisl.Uiue, and other
repicsfnitativo-citi.enH. .Success was
drunk to tho new mercantile estab
lishment, and Mr. Schmidt was cor
dially congiatul.itcd by the callers
on his enterprise Tho Royal Rand
appeared at Ihciccepiiou and played
OI'.KKN In San Fihnelseo. .'uno 21, to
the wife of M. Oieen, a daughter.
lulu, July J. 18!K), by Rev. K. O.
lipckwith, Win. O. lackland and
,311ss Annie JlalsleiitL
' FUNEltAX NOTICE.
-A LL members of the- Hawaiian Ooun
XX. ell No. fifc'J, Amciloan Legion of
Honor, :ue lequcstcd to nieetjXO
MORROW, at U:;so v. m , to attend
the funeial of-our lute Companion
R. W. Liiiue, f i oiu his rerldenee on
Hotel stieet. ,
Per ouler of the
597 It COMMANDER.
OPKICERS and ineinbuis of Polyne
sian Eneaiiipment, 1. O. O. P.,
aio hereby rtfjnested to incut at their
Hull, IJiuiiiony Lodge, King street, TO
MORROW. .Siinilay, July fiih, at. 3:30
o'clock p. M , to attend the funeial of
our late Bi other 11. W. Liilne, P. I). D.
G. S. L. L. J.APIKRItE,
597 It Soiibe.
; , ,
Ori'lCIHl.S and membois ofr.Teel
sior Lodge, I. 0. 0; P., are lioieby
requested to meet at tlioir Hall, Har
mony J.odKc, TO-MORROW, Hiindav.
July Uth, at !i:30 o'clock i. m to attend
tho funeral of our late Ihothur R. W.
Lulne, P.' D. I). G. S.
597 It Seoictaiy.
' ' ' I..,.
rpilE funeial of the Into Brother R.
1 W. Lulno will take pi. ice fiom bis
U'hldenee on Hotel btroot. t -1 o'clock,
TO-MORROW (Sumlny) AFTER.
NOON. iMembois of Hjimonv Lodge,
I. O. O. F will meet nt their hall, at 3
o'clock l'. si. All membois of Cliolsca
Lodgo, 1. O. O. P., anil telling ineni
huis of tho Order mu lespectliilly ic
uiicsted to Atteud.
Per older, J. O. GALL,
ffl It Noble Giuml,
L. J. Lr.vEV, :
Er;:rauit EitKOidlmiryl-rct EbU Ewn
TIyoIi Gaiety Cra'i
Krelling Bros. & .T. ,T. n.van, Tropile
tois, (Of the Tlvoll Theatre,
Qraiul Oponlng Night !
Ou Tuesday, : : : July 7tb.
In tho Great London & New Yoik huc-
ce?, the Burlesque Coined1,
In I Acts, entitled:
The Comp-uiv is composed of the
follow lug ell-Know n Ai tlste :
Mr. Hairy Hull,
iUr. .las. Connors,
Mr. Jos. Itiddlo,
Mr. Geo. Welch,
Mr. Hiury G-itci,
Mr. J. Kyiiu.
Mr. llony Mooic,
taTUfciial 1'ilcos! 15o Tlnu opon at
the office, of L. J. Lcvev's on WediRM
ilny, July 2ml, nt 0 o'clock A. M. f93 Id
Ancllon Sales by Janios F. Morgan.
Clearance Auction Sale
A ml aierchnimfee t
By older of Mn. C. AI'OXG T will sell
at Pablle Auciion at hW o ''Ice,
On FRIDAY, July Hlh,
XT 10 O'tlUH'K A. M.,
Ebony Tables & Ch-tii-,
f luinipbor Wood TiiuiU-,
2 Large Show Oases,
1 Handsome Koa Office Table,
Loathei Covered Sof.l it Ohair,
,1AS. P. SIOUOA,
xeci:ior & Timstee's Sale ot
Leases, Cailk How,
32 1 ,
Ity dlrcetitai of OECIL BROWN, E:-ceiuoi-&Ti
listen of -the Last-Will uiul
Testament ot Philip Milton, fleee.eil,
1 am directed to sell at Pitblle Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 O'OIiOCIt A. 31.,
At the Kai in House in P.ilnlo "Valley,
Honolulu. O.iliu, all lhe following
described Property, suitable -
for Ranch pin poses:
1-.1 All that land containing an area
of -tfi!)' iicies ami situate In Kipiilmhi
:iml Wuinlue-ikl, Diti let of Koiia,,Ouliu.
and being the samo )icmtseionvceil
to the s-ald Philip M!ltoiiiby,tlie.Ti;u
tces of the Estate of w. OTcTultnior4"
2nd All that land cnnifuWJb itfex
of nine acies situate In PMHuUeyY
and being the saims piciiiUcsTSvhveyed
to the iiid Phili) Milton by Ursolda
Slieiman. This propeity bus ;i huge
lcpeivolr upon it, which upiIU. tins
lower lands, with water for noo cut iva
tlun. the reservoir is ISO fathoms Hjuaie
ami has a depth of 14feet. and eoNt in
the neighborhood of(iQ,000.
, tlid All that hind xJlhtuiuing an aica
d(dM) acics and situate at Kipahnlii,
OjIiii. The two largeB-iracts in Ulpa
hulu aud Waiulac-iM am fenced with
good stono walls and uhe ienchig-ill-vldcs.tlieiu
fiom prnjieity now iu pus
session of I. P. fseubeig and used for
Alo at the pnnio limn pud place the
Lease ftom TriiUecg of ataii6p$&tafcg
pieces of kind hi Walainnn imd KeMo
:i?4 acies, jVarly lentid 01, lease e
i)ies lu august, 1899.
Tho lands of Waalill.i -160 acies aio
now biinglng a rental under an agree
ment with Poitiiguesu of 8000 a ear.
There me about 8 ucics of taio almost,
l Ipe which will be sold with iho laud
upon which it i,s flowing
'1 tie income Horn uiange, Mines,
Coffee, Etc., and PiihtiiMge have
amounted to about 9-100 a year.
The piopcity above set foilh have a
I.iboici's uoimo. tlnugliter house and
other outbuildings upon them, aud 2
Also at tho panic- lime and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
CO Milch Cow, Seven Pair of Wotl.lbg
Oxen, uho 5 Hoifes, 0" Mares and '
Colls, Ox Cait, .Saddles and Bi Idles
Yokes, elo , etc.. aud other utensils and
propoity ukiI upon a well; appointed
re Tho Piopeity can bo liupeeted'at
nny time. For f m tlier pai tlettlius apply
JAS. F. MOiJUAN,
l Aticlloneor, '
Or, to CtoiL Buown, '
Executor &'i'iusteo. 590 J m
$-For full pnvticulars apply to
j . jo. n
Jumbics, Coffee Cakes, Cracke$3,tc, Eto,
gjfg" And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to atiy part of the city $
BIXjT-. oi' FARE:
Coffee, Tea, Ohocolato t Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Pish, 11am & Eggs, ,
W &. P 1 B "W
g rs a
Solo Proprietors of
it -rr 11
? IP IS 8!
iipr am, MB Me, warns, mwmwn mmmm Mineral whpi, k
ear All poimmmicatltms
C. J. McCarthy
Has jtif-r lecoived a fro-di lot of
oi &jbJE&m i
Give us a call.
So. 3fl Nauinr Ct. P. 0. 1!i267.
Boot and Slioe Store.
liming had 10 years experience In
the business, I"aui pit pared to manu
facture to order fashionable haud
sewed Ladies & Gentlemen's Boots &
8hoii. Also, Tieneli & American Boot3
& Shoes received by cveiy steamer.
Pilcos leasouublc. 1 solicit your )iat
lonage. 59-t Sin
AN Unfurnished- !i or :i
Roouied CottiiKO near
town. Apply nt this oillcc.
W ANTED at ONCE 1
, A COTTAGE within two
'iSras or "ireo uiochs ironi.
!fiffiS tho comer of Fort and Hotel
streets, suitable for tlueo gentlemen for
housekeeping. Addi("i '!'. O. Box-
No. 297." 590 tf
HOUriE with 7 rooms
and bath, on tho cor
ner of Beietuiila and Pensa-
cola streets. Cats pass the door. Ap
ply at this ofllce. 581 tf
TO LET or LEA BE
rpilE Residence of Mrs. A.
L Louir, in Pauoa Valley.
i Apply to
91 King St., OM.r J. Nott's ctoie.
TO KENT or LEASE
THAT dosirablo Premises
on Fort street, in tho
"Mclncrnv Bloek." recently
oucuiiled by J. N. H. Williams, suitable
for ollico or stoio. For Information
apply to ofllce Union Iron Works, Es-
piunnuc, or io
650 lm J. N. S. WUXIAMH.
ISSUED BY THE
KIC:tAni A. McOUKDY, President
IS "U"CJIT O" ' STX"1 a':3LlUEirJ7.
ALWAYS?-ON HAND AN1 TO ORDER
from 11:30 a. m.
B 8 Ef
ri B m
BAILEY'S SAESAPAP-ILLA &
li Tl I -1- f. -
2 & W & tr S?33
JLa Bi 8 R UJ L9
.1 f?t5H KS5B- hgPa fi
o9ibdi & m iti! -a v H s H 1 mi
I u i a s im aa a a a a X& Vi9 mS h
and orders tsliouhl b tuidrosntHl to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Having K'liidM'd o,i
0 aO FS.rJ? STREET,
(N'enr the Otistom House)
We uie now
rt'i..nid Jo I'nrniah at alioit notice, and of prime quality, any
if the MioivinstTIiirh Olas Aerated Beverages:
hoot dim nil vmniiT loiiTW nil innTn ur
i. i rii
r I iti .i.iiiiiiiu iiii
nruumun, uu u
-. S&saparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
f"K Apple Cider.
Using exclusively tho HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
FIGURED INDIA SILK
THE LARGEST and MOST
Without a Kival
One-third tho Price of tho
VST A jSavlng of 3l Tor Cent in Cost
Dr. A. R.X'AHTEIl
HAS letnovcd Ida ofllce to No. S3
Beielatp'a, between Foit nud
Nutmuu streota Ofllce hours: 0;80 to
11 A. M., and 2 "to 4. and 7 to 8 v. i:
i Mutual TclephouiJ'N,o, 002, C70 lin
(oliai' baking mm
Agent for tho Hnwaiian Isiands.
Stcwa, Soused Tig's Feet, Etc.
i i. isi.
1 n. ITf 'V "rp'f'"'
11 -OSf! 1 TTT I m
to more commodious ounitorp ot
niufint i u eii
n uui j j ui
COMPLETE STOCK OF
INDIA SILKS I
to i i. m. '2JSS
Ohas. J. FflSHEL'S,
Leading Millinery House, Corner Fort & Hotel sts.
dike. Fnsliionablo Dressmaking upstairs j9tj
in Price & QunlUy I
Housekeeper Should "Use It
nud Quality tho Vory BeBt.
ENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agonts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Dr; A. LUTZ
WILL have ollico bours fiom 8 to o
A. M. and 4 to 5 p. m., at No.liii
Bcretnula, between, Fort aud Nnuan,U
atieots. Mutual Tolophone No.'392
and 170, 670 lm
, s y
4.?.,.! 4."' S
'lt j.. "tit:
Sami 4i t&uK JlS.
r , , i2flJil "' " -fir i v A. . x1
iHtJiuof jnt i.i.jiiaBi. J3r.'awtm.wmw . y-ii ' i,.. ji.t i ii !
tfism.f m r : .. ajh.jS(, , . t. wmukwt