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JDAILT BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I JUJL.Y 3?, 1890.
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Pledged to tiatktr Sect nor PartYt
But atablhhcd for tic hcttcHt of all.
TI1UHSDAY, JULY 17, 180O.
PERMANENCE IN OFFICE.
The real, practical work of gov
ernment being ilonc by ollleinls of
lower grade than Cabinet Ministers,
It Is of the greatest consequence to
the country that the former especi
ally should be capable and practical
men. Where there is frequent
change in olllcc dismissals and new
appointments this object can never
be attained. To displace a man
when he has acquired prollciency in
the work of his position, by another
who has to learn by practice before
he becomes proficient, and keep on
repeating the process, every two
years, cannot possibly conduce to
the production of capable, practical
men. Permanence in office is essen
tial to clHcicncy, and clllcicncy i3
what the people in general want and
A new party has come into power,
and a new Ministry representing
that party is at the head of the Ex
ecutive. Some few blatant electors
whose first, last, and intermediate
principles and sole policy are "self,
personal gain, and to Jericho with
the public good," want the Cabinet
to discharge every employee who
served under the previous Adminis
tration, and to appoint instead the
"blatants" and their nominees.
With them it is not a question of
what is for the general good of the
country, but what is for their own
personal advantage and for the gra
tification of their prejudice. Let it
be understood, these men do not re
present the party; they represent
themselves and the pernicious
"spoils" system, and are the very
best of men to be "sat upon." This
is about the only useful purpose in
life they arc capable of fulfilling.
In retaining in olllcc men who are
in every way qualified for the places
they hold, the Ministers not only
have the approval of the .sensible of
the party they represent, but also of
all sensible men, whether allied with
that party or not. To be sure, it is
expected that any and every incom
petent or otherwise unfit servant of
the people will be displaced by a
better man, but not until the res
ponsible heads are assured, by suf
ficient evidence, of the incompe
tence or otherwise unfitness never
on the Jacksonian principle advocat
ed by the Reform part, or by some
of its prominent members, on ac
quiring power, that "to the victors
belong the spoils," because this
would be detrimental to good gov
For the comfort of Mr. Hind, if
he deserves it, I find the O. 12. &
L. Co. have paid a duty of 10 per
cent on rails, spikes, fish plates, bolls
and other railway materials, which
ought to have been admitted free.
The amount the government realized
from that source is equal to tun
ycais taxes paid in advance on that
essential pait of the railway. If Mr.
Hind is solicituous about the revenue
or an increase of the taxes. He had
better invest in this country, the
money he has, and is making here
instead of bending it out of the
country as he has been doing for
several years. I would also suggest
that it was a strange proceeding for
a member of a special committee ap
pointed by the .Legislature to give
his view to the public through the
press, before the chairman of the
committee of which he is a member
has made his report to the House.
What would Mr. Hind think of a
judge of the Supremo Court giving
the public his opinion of a case in
which Mr. Hind was concerned, be
fore he had rendered his decision in
Court. Whether Mr. Hind h large
I' interested in steamer stock or
not, he ought to know that railways
make business for steamers the woild
over and the more the railway eiiler
piisc is developed in this country as
well as in laiger lands, the more
business thero will be for everybody.
It does not rcqipre a capitalist to
see that ; it can be seen by a
uetitly welcome to you nil, na yolir
presence at this our seventh nhtuuil
commencement gives 113 11 pi oof of
the interest you take in the success
of this establishment. You may
rest assured, kind friends, that wo
will endeavor to entertain you to the
best of our ability.
Wc behold in this vast audience,
besides our dear parents, some of
the most inllucntial patrons of Edu
cation. Wc consider those our true
friends and we bog lo extend to
them especially, our wannest Aloha.
As another year of our school-life
finishes with these exercises, we
take this opportunity of publicly
acknowledging the heavy debt of
gratitude wc owe our parents and
teachers, for their united effoits to
give us a good Christian education.
We know that wc shall never bo able
to fully repay them for all they have
done; but we piomisc to uniicavor
to be a credit to them by our good
and gentlemanly behavior.
For some of us, my dear school
mates, the close of these exercises
will usher in a period of lest, and
we will have iuithcr opportunities
given us for improvement. For
otheis, it will be a start in life, and
for many of the latter, their only
capital fs, the Education they have
received hero. Invest that capital
nronerlv and von will be able to
credit St. Louis' College, with your
Renew every day.your firm resolu
tion of performing your duties to
wards God, towards your neighbor
and towaids yourselves, and yon
will then be the joy of your parents,
the credit of your teachers, and the
honor of the school that educated
And now, kind friends, we will
proceed with our exercises and wc
trust they will amuse and interest
The address was succeeded by
operatic and dramatic performances,
solos, uhorii-es, and oieheslral
music, till of which merited high
Auction Sales by Lowls J, Levey,
On SA.TUKDA.Y, JulylOth,
AT l!i O'CLOCK NOON,
1 will cll at Public Aucllnn, at Old
Custom House Whaif,
One Vaneless Windmill
In good winking oiilcr;
1 Wood Finnic, So ft. square, all ready
1 Uras Cylinder Pumi,
1JB In dl.'chaigc;
V-'OO ft. 1'4' In. lion Pipe, with U Cluck
Vidvci attached ;
?J Li 11 )o U'oiitviii'M.
LEWIS J. IjRVBW
Auolion Sales by James F, Morgan.
Executor & Trustee's Salo ol
urn iim now,
. 1 ..H-.TI n iTp-r,,'"'":w''r,fJ''3Wiwji
attmftfeM(ftMlK)!Mcqo . , . -' 1 -
tiB'&y a vy?a B
ISSUKI) V TllK
I ll 3 W U Ufa H 1 & En
OI IViflW yoims:
1 amliiMiuetcdby Mil. S. UllKLltl!
to soil ut Public Auction,
On TJiUHSDAY, July M,
at in o'OliOrrt a m..
At hlici-Ulenee. King Mnet (nppoMtc
the lesldeneo of Mr. Alex. Young), the
while of hi
Household -:- Furniture
1 Elegant Rosewood Parlor Set,
I'phoHuied In Kaw Silk;
Center ltuy. IIandoiue Gilt Murk.
MuIc St.iml. Maihli'iop Center Table,
Elegant KugiavliiKS iV. L'lclmi's,
lluud-omc 11. V. .Maililetop Jicdiooiu
Set, Painted Bedroom Set,
Ash Bedroom Set,
Mnttra.p. Mosquito Curtains. It. V.
fcx(un-ion lJlulu;; Tame As Hairs.
Chcfiouier, 2 Windmill's, Hair Chilli
Parlor Set, Chandelier: & Lamps,
Etc by J:irrtafeCM & Vvndle,
By direction of CECIL BROWN', Ex
ecutor A; Tinteo of the Last Will anil
Teflauicnl nt I'hlllp Milton. i1ci,i'ti,ed,
I am dhccti'd to cell at Public Auction,
0;i SATURDAY, August f!r.d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At the Vat m IIouso In Palolo Valley,
llonoliilu. Oahu, all thu follow I m;
dcsctlbed Propel ly, Fiillnhlu
for Hunch jnuposC'S:
ll All tint land containing an men
of .IfliMi ni'ie1! and silimtc In Klpaliulii
iiml wniai.ic-lKi, UiMricttu ivoua, uaiiu.
and belli" the same prcmles eonve)ed
to the MUtl Philip Milton bv the Tins
tecs of the Ltato of W. C. Liuialllo.
L'nd All that laiiil eoatabiiiiaii inca
of nine am s sltttato in 1'alolo Vidley,
and liuiujj the "iiuic pirmUcs t'onvevi'il
to thu wild Philip Milton by Ui-olda
Shernian. This propel ty w a lai-ji
reservoir upon It, which puppllcn tliu
lower hinds with wnler for rice eul'lvu
ilon. the iPH'ivolrls IPO fathoms Minimi
uiiil lias a ik'plli ol Jl feet, anu eo.l in
the nelghliorhooil of 8111,000.
Sid All Ihalkinil coiitabilnmi nre.i
of UO acres and situate at Klpahulu.
Oahu. 'J'he two larger tract i,i Klpa
liulii and Waialtie-11,1 sue fcm-eil with
fjooi btoiiu walls and wire f,-nehi!; ili
vliles tlii'in from pinjiuity now in pn
sciiloii of I). I'. Ifenbciy and used for
Al-o nl the same than anil place the.
Cash Assets, :, : : : :
Rl:2IVlt A. McOURKY, Pmiitlent,
jT For full parlicularo apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
PnALBIf mill yyrriLL
iMOUANU fe-n.1 R tsu Bra:
ALWAYS ON HAND AN'H TO OltniUt
Prizes weru awarded by His Lord
ship the Hishop of Olba lo all the
pupils who had distinguished them
selves by their general good conduct
and earnest application to study.
In addition special prizes were given
by the Secretary of the Itoaid of
Education, Kcv. Father Leonore,
and Brother Bertram.
The hoarders receiving prizes for
gzncral good conduct and applica
tion to study were: John Cinwdcr,
II. Makamai, J. Cullen, F. Kuioila,
Dan. Vida, Win. Legros, W. Kose,
1'. Is'aluai, M. Anton, K. Legros, E.
Simmons, Thos. Lloyd, AVin. Jar
relt, .las. Lloyd, Geo. ltobinson,
AVm. Kaac, B. Apiki, Keliiliauuacle,
Chas. Christian, O. Scholz, alat
tlnas, AVm. Sumner, M. Hopkins,
Thos. llickard, Cornelius, II. Mika,
The pupils of the several classes
to whom premiums wore awarded,
according to the number of testi
monials, given monthly, for general
good conduct and application to
High Class, Jamca Lloyd, Win.
Kaac. F. 1. Kuroda, Jno. Crowder,
D. Keola, James Lane, E. Simmons,
P. Naluai, Fr. Grace, Win. Sumner,
First Class, Ianuwa Kila, Thos.
Lloyd, Win. Uosc, Win. Lycclt,
Chas. Hopkins, Levi Wood, C.
O'Sullivan, Joag Vieira, G. Cabral,
Mauley Hopkins, John Milton, G.
G. Affonso, M. lloughtailing, Emil
Special prizes for drawing given
by Father Leonore wcic awauled,
1st prize to Win. F. Kaac, 2nd prize
to Francis Kuroda. The special
prize for telegraphy and general
prollcicnuy in studies, given by
Bi other Bertram, was won by James
lion. V. It. Bishop, President of
the Boa id of Education, delivered a
brief address after the distribution
of premiums, in which he expressed
gratification with the evidences pre
sented of the really good woik the
institution bad done and was doing.
rPRY the Boss Taffy at thu Elite lee
Minting it Oil Cloth, Mo.it S.ifc & JMil
eintor. Hat V Umbicila Stnnil, MimI.iI
llon Stiie it Kltelien I'ten-I ,(." oekciy
it tilaS'iwaii'. Hulh Tub, Cnideu TnuN
it lloe, IClc, Ele. Al-o,
2 French Plate klirrors,
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rons,
x Id I ill CSC r ailijj
Jumbles, Coffee Gakof?, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
j& And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any part of the rily. &?
A-ikL 1 Jiralc
tQr The lion-u will he open for In
spection on Wediiesilny, .Inly 2:lul,frnni
10 A. M. to 1 r. ji. The Auctioneer de
sire lo call attention to the excellence
of the above Fin nitiuv, having been in
Use a short time and almost new.
Powell's Bug'giigu Exin'csp,
J)ray or "Vt1150n.
iMirnituie ruoIng a speciality. Bag
gage Oullxcied with promptings and
cue to nnv pait of oily. Stand, comer
of King and Uetliel Pti'ects. Hell Tele
phone till, .Miiiual Telephone ".
GEXTLE, MfMllnm-lxed. Sound
huggv. PiIcp must lie inodeiiito. Ad-
ihci'. o. i;o. a i." !i?"Lt
rriiRRE Fh-it-ulass Ilund- for drcs
L making. Apply :it once at e-lab-lUhmeut
W) if Till;-,. MELLH.
ANNUAL MENTIS (.
npilE annual meeting of the Hawaii
X Commi'ielal Coinp.iny will be held
ut my olllce, No. 15 Iviialiuiiiaiui Ftiret,
on MONDAY. July 28, lSfit), at . o-elmk
r. Ji. ENOCH JOHNSON,
CO I lit Secretary II. C. Co.
ANNUA L BIEE FING.
rpilE annual meeting of the stock
JL holders of the Waloliinu Agricul
tural it Grazing Co. will In) held at the
olllcc of the Sccictary, at Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, the IlOth Inst., at 10
o'clock A. M. C. P. IAUIvEA.
liOl w Sceietavy W. A. it G. Co,
T.ea-e from the Hawaiian Goern
iiient, of 11J.! ai'ies of laud-, known a
Ivipiihi. M'arlv iciilal S'JiO, exphes
June 21. lb!l:2. A iioillou of lid-land
(It aeie-) -uhlcl to a Chinaman for lice,
for $(HI aye.ii'.
I.eae fiiini Coinini-ioiier uf Ciown
Lsilids, of hiliils known a- Waiouian and
I'ukcle. a i en Dili ai'iea, yeailv luutnl
SSSn, lca-e c-piie3 Jan. 1, l!)(il.
Le:ic, fioin D. W. l'aualii, of 111
acres of land of Keklo, yeaily iciilal
S!l00. A poiiiou of this land muler
cultivation nt rice by Chinese who have
payed .?ldO!J a year, the rci'inlr sup
plying most ot'tlie water, lc:i-o expires
Lease from II. R. II. l.illiiokalanl.
of hind Known n? ICuauw elon, 214 acie,
yearly icntnl :!0, lease expiie- In .May,
Lease from D. W. Pauahl, of laud of
ICeKio: about ."i()D aeie, yearly leutal
2(10, lease expbes Oct., l.S'H.
Lease from H.iwaii.in Goveiiiment, of
land of Waiddl.i, lb(i acie, yeaily rent
al 200, lease expires In Aug., lh'.i'.i.
Leaea from Ti iistcef. of Itl-hop rotate
of Waabila. oO') acic, yeaily leutal
200, lease explns Augu&t, 18'J!)
Lca-e from &. Kawai alid Kekiuil of 2
piece of land in Waianiau and Kckio
ilaeie-, yearly rental if-'l, lca-e ex
pliesin Augu-t, 1800.
Thel.iniU of Waahlla -IPC aeiei an
now Ininniug a leutal under an agree
ment with Portuguese of COOajear.
Then aie nlmiit S acre- of laio alino-l
ripe which will bu sold with Hie laud
upon which it Isgiowhig
The income fioin Orange?, Limes,
Coffee, Eto , and P.i.stiuage have
aiii'iiiuled to about $100 a year.
The piopeity above set forth ha a
laborer's house, slaughter lioiifce and
other ranch buildings upon Ilium, ami 2
Al-o al Ihe same time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
GO Milch Cows, Fevcn Pair of Working
Oxen, also . Hor-e, (i Mares nml 2
Colts Ox Can. Saddle, and lb Idle,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and oilier nieiislls and
propel Iv us.il upon a well appointed
CThe Propel ly can be In-poeted at
anv time. For fm'llicr particular apply
.IAS. P. AiOlWiAN,
Or, In Cr.cir. Bnow.v,
KxeciUor it'll ii-lee. o'.Ui im
Uir.lj r KAWE:
Oofl'ep, Tea, Ohncol.ite &. Milk,
Steaks, Chopi, Vfh, Ham & Eggs,
Oy-tor ?tewv, Souied Vig'n Fei.1, Ele.,
IQiaisjO'f iVom 1S:'.5 ya- m. to 1 i. bh.
trwammx Vw -t-MatiE-.-TlUKV-ki--if ivija
B g ?F
a ml . a m s r
3. T. 3aA.IJJ.
Za&s HUH Qua a StfaaBailEHSB
(I HI I
Sole Proprietors of BAILEE'S SARSAPAP.ILLA & IRON WATER,
GiiEiir All, Han Me, GreiMii, EaspDerryaOo, Saman Mineral I ales, Etc.
s&r All conimuiiir.tttumn and ordui'H shoiiicl bo nrWlrosscd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
3S0 1m .jresits.
mra-TTrxyj.-zwrt r n TTfyy7-Tgwy-Twf 1rr TTTTi1 r rf f,r 1
Maclery Far Sal
A LADIES' Ivory Tin. Kinder will
please retain to this olllce. i'M lw
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
Friday, July 11, was commence
ment day at St. Louis College.
Many parents and others interested
in the education of the young were
present. The exercises began at
three o'clock, p. m.
Following the overture, "Wol
ccmc," splendidly rendered by the
College Orchestra, James Lloyd, n
graduating pupil, delivered mi oii
ginal address in a clear voice and
with distinct enunciation, about as
We, the pupils of St. Louis
College, aro liappy to express our
Messrs. LuflwiS8ii & Cron,
60 Eotel Street (Brewer Block),
Would respectfully Inform tholr former
cii-ioincih and friends of Honolulu anil
thu other Islands that they hao just le
tunicil fiom the Coast and will open a
stoiu and manufactory al above stand on
SATURDAY, July 19lhjnst.,
When lliey will ho prepaied to offer tho
M-ry latest pioiluetlons anil
Fine French and Home-made
llon-ItonM, NI-fno. ISto.
We will also carry In Mock Ihe finest
Hues of smokers' goods, such as
Cigars & Tobaccos,
AIm, A NEW LIME OP CURIOS.
Q Latge Fiirnldicd Itooni,
.itsj'.-lSj - vuitit.jii j,ii;iii;ii. tf
KSZtailZil Ply al llilri olllcc.
JS?t. A SUITE of Three Nicely
,'SS-iiv4 'J'- i-iirniicu jtooin. aii-
fa Dly at No. W ruuehliowl
siicet, or to II. F. llehbard. liOl tf
A1IOUSK with 7 room?
and Imlli. on the cnr-
3 ner of lleretaiil-i nnd l'ena
cola Ktreets. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply at this olllce. Ml If
WANTED nt ON 013 I
A COTTAGE wllhln two
XX. or tluee bl
blocks fi oiii
of Fori and lintel
CGyAs wo mauufacture our floods on
thopieinUes wo can unaranleo every
thing to hu of a Ilrst-class natiiin.
LUmVIGSEN & OltON,
CO" at i. Hotel St. (Urowur JlloeU).
Kneels, sultuhlu for thrcu ccntieiiicn for
housekeeping. Address "1. O. box
No. aii"." r.'.ii) if
rpilE Two-story Ililck
X Jiiilldlng now uetl us
tho olllce, of thu Hawaiian
Ti am ways Co,, (L'd), on King street,
suitable either for an ollleo or stoie.
Apply at thu Hawaiian Commercial
Salesrooms. K)S tf
TO LIST or L.J3ASE """
rpilE Jleslilcni'o of Sirs. A.
t?.VSfl ,'"o '" gallon vauey.
SftS&tKi Annlv to
Ul King St., oor ,f. Nott'w toe.
NOTIOI3 to HOUSEMEN !
rplni Celebrated Ibui
nauiloali" will Bland
this season at the
teuns 330, For fuilher particulars
apply at tho Dairy. CS3 Sim
QJIKMi!SK CIZIT li', TBSK
O Hawaiian Island. At Chambnis.
In Ihe inatter of thcllaiikrimley of Henry
Cauiinu. IJeforu 5Ir. Justice Dole.
Order on pitiliou of llankiuit for
dieharge from his debt.
Upon leading and lillng the petition
of Henry Cannon, of Honolulu, Oahu,
alleging that nunc than bix months
bavo ulapxcd since 1m waft adjudicated
n Bankrupt mid praying for discharge
from all Ids debts.
It Is ordered that WEDNESDAY, tho
llOih day of July, A. D. 161)0, at 10
A. 51., of that day at the Couit Eoom in
Alllnlaul Halo, Honolulu, bu and Is
heiehy appointed the tliuu mid place
forhcirlng of said petition when and
wlieru nil creditor who liavi; proved
their claims against said Baukiupt limy
appear anil show cause, If any they
have, why the piayer of said Bankrupt
should not bo granted.
And It is fuithcr oideied Hint nolleo
bo given by iidvciilseineui in the Daily
Bui.l.KTjN published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks of the tbno and place of
such hearing and that thu Cleikof the
sjiipicmo Court mull notices uf thu time
and place of said hearing to all n editors
of said Ilankrupt who have piovtil IhulV
debts. By tho Com t.
J II. KEIST,
Deputy (,'U'i k.
Dated IIoiioliilu. July 1 1, IKK).
G. I McCarthy
Has just lecelvcd n fiesh lot of
The following Macliiuery fornilnu
pait of tho .Star iMill I'lint will be nlil
at puliliu auction at an e.uly date miles
disponed of pievinuly by pilralu sale.
P.ntle. ilesiiiiii of uich.iingany por
linn of this Macbhieiy can get p:irti
culard and pi Ire, from liic iindcislancd:
1 28148 Mill & toil
frp:uu Gear Wheel ik Pinion;
1 1.-1x3(1 Tiiglae, Spare Gear Wheel v'i
SlcOulu L'luiillers wl.h Fillings, .
1 ,Iuieo Heater, 1 1 ft. long 12 In. dia
meter; '.' 4 In. W. 1. Cleaning Fan, fixli!i.7;
1 0x7 (Joiilile Effoel, eoiiiplele wllb
Pump A Mage;
i Gx20 Galloway B if lor, compute;
1 fixlO Tuhiilur Boiler, eomp'ete;
1 Sugar Car in. W I.. .Ixil.t:i.-t ;
1 Sugar Cooler, Bx.i.lb.20;
1 Sugar Cooler, (! (15 lSx;Hi;
2 hugar Cooler, -In." fi20;
1 Tank j In. W. I., 7.0x20x12;
1 Steam l'uiiip, -l illschnigu;
i No, 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Blake Pumps, li dl-ehaigc;
1 l.athe. 20 chuck 12 ft. long, bed;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 Fall banks Platform Series, 20x2S;
Mill llulldliiif, -10.xir.Ox21; and Boiler
Shed, all eov. with Con ugated Iron ;
Fire Pi lek. also a l.irgu assoitinenl of
2nil Hand Ooelis, ValviM, Piping,
For Star Mill Co . ICohala, Iluunll.
Having letuowd uur SODA WOHICS to more commodious quarter. at
(Near the Custom House)
Wo are imw picpan i! lo furnish at short notice, and of prime qualify, any
i'f ihe fiillowing Hiyli Class Aor.ited Heveragetf :
j jjujuuiij uiiuiiUUlJJ Ul UIUIUU 1
jfirsivparillii, Saraaparilla & Iron Wntor, and Crab
Ueing oxeliihively tiro HYATT PUltE WATEIt SYSTEM.
n.Jtra g Be?rER!5 e;
FOKT S'VKKCT. : : :
Give us a call.
Fresh Butter J
IN HALF-1'OUNl) 1'AVS.
Is the Finest Tabln Butter hold In thu
City of Honolulu.
to uk iiai pr
Henry Davis & Co,
Without a Rival in Vrico & Quality 1
Ono-third ho Fries of the Royal !
Every Housekooper Should Uce It !
A Saving of 113 Per Cent in Goj-t and Quality tho Very lletit. $
8PI-CIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
'r1 '5ui Exclusive Agontn for the Hawaiian Inlands.
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding Uousc,
JUeo, General McrchauJIaD,
Ewa riantatlnii, : llonoliilu, Ewa.
Travelers by train or Ooverninont
road can hceurn necoiiimndatioiiH ami
hoaul, Charges i eakonable. 002 1m
H. W. SCUUIDT SONS
Offer fur Bide, to thu Inula
A Fine Assortment
lay Hpeclully Delected for thin mnr
kul. .G03 lw
Milwaukee Piltcnor Export Deer,
WielaM's Extra Palo Beer
Wleland's Standard Export Beer,
In Quiu'ts & PintH.
roit sai.i: itv
8olo Agents for Ihu Ilaw.illfm
;nn isiamu. iw