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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, 11. L, ttULT 21, 1600.
j,,t'a.iiiiUM,iiij,M.l'il.MP',criwiM im iiimi im wwiiinyn rinmrmn mintmujii
Ptcdfpd to netlher Sett nor Partyt
Dut establiihcd far th btnctit of all.
MONDAY, JULY 21, 1890.
Columns of matter have uceumti
lited for which wc have bcun un
able to find space to-day. This in
formation is given largely for the
bi'ueflt of those who may otherwise
suppose that thoy have been
THE BOWLER CLAIMS.
A clear and truthful presentation
of the claims of Mr. John Howler,
now under consideration by a com
mittee of the Legislature, cannot
fail to convince any just man of
their equity. We have taken the
pains to investigate, and here give
the result for the information of tho
public. The claims consist of mon
eys owing for work done on the
walls and gates of the Palace yard,
work done in connection with the
electric light plant in the Palace
yard, and for losses incurred by
breach of contract in connection
with the return of South Sea Isl
anders to their homes and annul
ment of authority to recruit for
Tenders were publicly iuvited for
certain work on the Government
property known as tho wall and
gates of the Palace yard. John
Howler made an offer to do the work
according to specifications, for the
sum of $7000. He received on Janu
ary 23, 1S87, from the then Minis
ter of the Interior, L. Aholo, a noti
Ilcation of the acceptance of the ten
der. It was stipulated that the
$7000 should be payable on the first
day of February, 1S3!. The con
tract. wa9 proceeded with aud com
pleted according to specifications.
On the 12th May, 1887, the work
was examined and passed, and a
voucher for the same duly approved,
by the proper authorities. The
stipulated sum of $7000, not a cent
of which has been paid, is now over
due nearly a year and a half, and
interest for that period has to be
In the matter of the electric light
claim, John Howler entered into an
agreement, in March, 1SS7, with
the then Minister of Interior, L.
Aholo, to perform certain work and
erect certain buildings in the Palace
yard, the same being the property
of the Government, connected with
an electric light plant. The agree
ment was entered into in good faith,
and the work was faithfully per
formed according to contract. The
mono' was to have been paid on the
completion of the work, but has not
been, nor any pottion thereof, to
the presenL time. The charges
were and are admitted to be moder
ate and reasonable. The original
bill was $1012, to which is now
added three years' intercut.
The bail; Kalakaua matter is more
complicated, and for a cleai under-"-landing
thereof it should be under-,
stood that seveial years ago con
siderable numbers of laborers were
brought from various islands of the
South Seas, to meet the requirements
of pur sugar plantations. These
laborers, came with the promise that
they should be returned to their
homes, if they so desired, at the ex
piration of the terms of their en
gagement. During the llrst half oi
the year 1887 many of these labor
ers completed their stipulated term
ot service, and came to Honolulu
from other parts of the kingdom, to
be taken back to their homes. Over
three hundred had come here for
that purpose. JYIth tho understand
ing that he should have the contract
to take them back, and authority to
recruit for new laborers, Mr. Howler
purchased tho baric Kalakaua, and
at considerable expense- fitted her
up for the voyage. Tn the month
of June of that year ho entered into a
regular agreement withthothen Min
ister of Intel ior aud President of tho
Hoard of Immigration to perforin
the services named agreeing to
tako to their respective homes fhq I
isinnucrs at sau per capita and re
ceiving authority to recruit. Heforo
the vessel had started a change of
Ministry occurred, aad tho new Ad
ministration repudiated the contract
and withdrew the authority to re
cruit. The consequences to tho
owner of the vessel were disastrous.
Purchased and fitted out in good
. faith for a purpose proniisefiil of
profit, on tho breach of agreement
by the Government the bark Kula
kaua became a burden, a bill of ex
pense, and a heavy financial loss.
The man who bus been thus injured
ficefcs redress from the present Lcgls
The foregoinir is an outline slale
ment of fact, from which tho only
conclusion to be drawn is that the
the claims aro just, and justice de
mands their recognition and settle
ment. A REPLY."
Allow me loom in your valuable
paper to answer thcEiieering rcmniks
in the English columns of the Llele,
July 10, which might' leave u false
impression on tho leader.
In tho first place it was, at least,
ungcntlemanly to attack nioin a lan
guage that understand imperfectly.
Ho thou thinks I wish to surpass
tho nienibi'r from liana in number
and absurdity of petitions. Ho pcems
to forget that the district from which
lani elected i a largo one, aud the.
moat populous one in the kingdom,
also, that 1 who ant their i-ervant,
miil teive thein by presenting. 'ill
least, their petitions to tho I.eghla
tute. In regard to the wharf laborers, 1
am well aware that no bill can be
passed regulating tho wages between
private employers and their em
ployees. However they (the wharf
laborers,) desired their petition itre
eontecl, and 1 did it.
Por the niilitaiy bill, does Mr.
Lyons or any one else in our country
wish to Iravo the scenes of tho last
two years enacted again?
Again, has not Dr. Makalua been
educated mostly at tho expense of
the Hawaiian Government, and would
it not be only justice to have him
return and make sonio uo of bis
education among bis own nation who
are at this time almost entirely at
the mercy of foreigners?
For the wealthier class of tho Chi
nese to vote, (I do not fcay all Chi
nese) have not they done a mueli
to develop the country and support
thu treasury as some of the people of
the cither raees, who at tho piosonl
time are among us, aud can vote ac
cording to our existing law?
In futuiol would suggest that Mr.
Lyons if he wishes to criticise me,
bring fotward some arguments really
wortb iin-werimr instead of miccis.
I). W. Pu.v.
Iven l.y 11 Ih Jln.IoHtj In Honoi
tho French Ailmlrul.
A state ball was given by His
Majesty Friday evening, in honor
of Admiral Prcmesnil and olllcers of
I he French llagship Dubourdieu.
Iolani Palace was gorgeously pre
pared for the event. Colored lan
terns were hung in artistic designs
from the basement to the turrets,
making the stately pile resplendent
with vuripffated liulit. The inside
was in keeping with ihe outside.
The hundreds of electric lamps in
the crystal chandeliers Hooded the
throne room with light, while fresh
and bright flowers and plants were
arranged in many forms of beauty
throughout the llrst floor apart
ments. Tho reception and ball were very
brilliant. The grand promenade
that passed before the royal party,
at the head of the throne room, was
about in the following order : Chief
Justice Judd, Their Excellencies J.
A Cummins, Minister Foreign Af
ffairs, Godfrey Brown, Minister of
Finauce, C. N. Spencer, Minister of
Interior, with Mrs. Spencer; A. P.
Peterson, Attornev-General. with
Mrs. Peterson ; Justices Bickcrton
and Dole, His Excellency Count
Wachtmeister, Hon. J. S. Walker,
President of the Legislature, with
Mrs. Walker: Hon. J. L. Stevens,
F. S. Minister He3ulcnt, and the
Misses Stevens; Major J. II. Wode
house, British Commiisioncr; Mons.
G. II. d'Anglade, French Commis
sioner; Senhor A. dc Souza Cana
varro, Portuguese Charge d' Af
faires ; Admiral Prcmesnil, Capt.
Roquefort and otllcers of the French
flagship Dubourdieu, Admiral Brown
and olliccis ot U. S. F. S. Charles
ton, Capt. McCurley and oflleers of
II. S. S. Nipsic, Capt. Pollard and
ollicors of II. B. M. Si. Acorn, mem
bers of the Privy Council, Legisla
ture, Consular Corps and residents.
The brilliant naval and military uni
forms, the gay dresses of the ladies,
and the sober evening attire of the
gentlemen made a dazzling combi
nation of life and color on the shin
ing floor. Their Majesties were ac
companied by Princess Liliuoknlani
and Hon. John O. Dominis, Her
Majesty being attended by Mrs. J.
W. Robertson. Col. G. W. Moc
farlane, II. M.'s. Chamberlain, pre
sented the guests in order, while
Mr. J. W. Robertson, Yice-Cham-hcrlaiu,
with the assistance of II.
M.'s staff, ably regulated the pro
cession. The order of doncos was as fol
lows : Royal Hawaiian lancers, Wel
come waltz, Always Joyful polka,
Republic Francais lancers, Melo Ha
waii waltz, Waikiki schottischo,
United Slates lancers, Tricolore
waltz, Kcikimnhiuc Olioli polka,
Poomaikelaui lancers, Red, White
nnd Blue waltz, Liiiiamakaaiiiana
schottischo, New York mazurka,
Hawaii Nei galop. A splendid col
lation engaged tho company in tho
state dining room after midnight.
Count Wachtmeistcr. favored the
company with several piano solos
after intermission, which won the
high admiration of musicians who
listened. Mr. W. II. Hamilton also
gave one of his fine bass songs. His
Majesty conferred his presence on
the festivities till the last, acting the
affable host in a manner to make all
feel at homo.
' ' "
IF you want a Hue cigars go to O, .L
SleO'arthy'B. ws iw
Auction Sales by Lcvls J. Levey.
Auction Sale of
Morn, Hardware, Bit.
On TUESDAY, .July B'Jiid,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. .11..
Uy order of Sam Sang & Co. I will sell
at Public Auction, at my hnh"rorim,
corner of Quern and Port streets, the
wliD'O of ihelr Mod. consisting of
Ibiroau!, Wardrobes, l.ookslu'lve, Hal
ling, 'Sewing Machine", MnltraoH-s,
Table & Uhdi, Keeker., I.oek, Oiiin
plini'Tiunks, Door', Ciilu'iashi'!, Hand
Oat I. ShIio3. Carpenters 'fool', l'in
wooil, Lie., .TCtc.
LEWIS.. iVEV ICY,
Auction Sale ofFeed
Oji WEDNESDAY, July 211,
AT 1 O'CLOCK TfOOX.
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
250 B-iqs of Middlings,
500 FJagi of Bran.
LEWIS ,T. lyiSVEY,
(510 ".'t Auctioneer.
t am Instructed by Mi:. H. I'.HHLN H
to ell .it Public Auction.
On T.I! UISSDAY, July :M,
AT lO O'CLOCK. A. 31..
At his le.-idence. 'villi; street (opposite
the residence of .Mr. Alex. Young), the.
whole of hi
t-SousehoSd -: Furniture
i Elegant Rosewood Parlor Set,
rphoUei-eil in Jtaw Silk;
Center lings, Ihiml.soine Oilt Hloek.
Music Stiuid, Maibletop Center Table,
Elcgaut Engravings iV l'letmes,
Handsome li. W. Maibletop Ikdroom
set, Painted Uediooin Set,
Ash Bedroom Set,
Maitrasse--. Mosquito Ci.rlains. It. W.
Kxtunslou Dining Table .V Clmir.s,
Cheftonler. 'J Warilrnlie.. Hair Cloth
Parlor .et, Chandeliers & Lumps,
SSaby Usi!reafM &, iivatUo,
Maying & Oil Cloth, Meat .Safc.t Kefrl
jrerator, Hut A: Umbrella .Stand, Medal
lion Move it Kitchen lTicnd , Crockery
it Glassware, Hath Tub, Harden Tools
. Ho-e, Ktc, Hie Aho,
2 French Plate telirrors,
A.1UI i ltrnkv.
af" The hoiie will be open Tor In
spection on Vcilned.iy..lnl,v 2I!kI. trom
10 a. 51. to t r. m. Tlio Auctioneer de
sire: to call attention to ihu excellence
of the nliovo Furniture, having been In
u.-i u short liiue and almost ueiv.
HAMEQBSHITH & WELD.
BfiyOur Xv Artolyjie Jlln-lratcd
Catalogue sent free on application.
IIS MIITTKU MT,
Kan l')iiuir.ei, : i CiiStroriilii
AJiADIKA ivory Tin. Kinder will
pleiihR roturn to this olllce, fiOl 1 w
- -- "- - --"' li -
A OOOI) t.'ook for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at this olllce. r.oti tf
TUHRK rirnt-class Ifand-i fordrefs
iimklug, Apply at onco at cntah
tiO.'i tf Mils. MJCLI.fS.
ART CLASSICS t
TV1TL Allen lliitchiuson liohl-i a clad-i
1M. In modelling ut bin i-tiiillo, Xuu
anu avenue, every Tiicsdav and Satur
day. For partlculain appl'v DellTele
phoim.Vil. 007 1 in
npi!I2 annual meeting of the stock
X holders of the Wtilohiuti Agricul
tural As Oiaing Co, will bo held at thu
ofllco of the Secretary, at Honolulu, on
WJiUSKSIiAYt Ihe nOth hut., at 10
o'clock a.m. O, P. JAUKKA.
CO 2w Sirrctnry XV. A. & O. Co,
THE ONLY PAPER read by a'
JL claiBcs -Tlio Dully Uullcln.rf CI
cents per mouth.
ft mo " 2M a
Auction Salos by Jamos F, Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, July 'ZS,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX.
At tho rear of office or J, I. Dowsutt,
Sr., Queen rIipcI, I will sell at
I HiolgJtein JSull !
J AS. P. MOILGAa,
tiO!) i!t Auctioneer.
1 have lceelveil Instruction to sell at
Oh WEDNESDAY, July 2,
AT IB O'CLOCK NOOX,
At rear ot tho offleo of .1. I. Dow.-ett,
ivauau uiou m
6 Hawaiian Bred MARES,
JP The Mule arc f-ircd by llu Fa-,
niotn Kentucky Jack "llluteher.
rT Among the Colts are some from
"King Williams'' and other good sires,
out of soma line Brood Mares.
JAB. F. MORGAN,
Executor & Trustee's Ssle of
Lenses!, Gallic. Horn
Uy direction of CECIL 11JJOWX, Kx-
ocutor & Ti ustee. of tlio I.aar Will and
Telimiont of J'hilip Milton, deceiiscd,
I am directed to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At ihe Farm House In Pal oio Valley.
Honolulu. Oaliu. all the following
described Propoity, puilable
for .Ranch purposes:
1st All that hind containing an area
ot fl9,J2 acres and situate In Klpaludii
aud Wniulau-lkl, OUtrictof Koua, Oaliu.
and behiK the same prenihes convejed
to the said Philip Milton hv theTnis
tec of tlie Estate of V. C. Lmnililo.
2nd All that land cont.iiuiiig an area
of nine acre, situate in Palolo Valloy,
and being the .same premises eonveved
to tho said Philip Milton by Urso'lda
Sherman. Thi, property has a largo
reservoir upon it, which Mippllcs the
lower lands with water for rice cultiva
tion, the reservoir N ISO fathom: square
and lias a depth of M feet, aud com In
ihe neighborhood of 10,000.
lird All that land containing an aiea
of ISO acres and situate at Kiprihulu,
O.iliu. The two hnger tracts in Itlpa
htilu and Waiahie-lki are fenced with
good stone wall and who lneiug di
vides thein from iirojierly now in po-i-esi-ion
of I ). P. Irenberg and iiKed for
Alio at the ,"anie lime and pl.ice. tlm
I.ea-e from tlm Hawaiian Ooru
ment. of 114 acres ot land, known a'
Kipiihi, yearly rental 220. expire.
Juneiil, IB!)-.'. A portion of thi-laud
('.' acres) Mihict lo a Chinaman for i ice,
for S0(l a year.
I.eaSii from Commissioner of Crown
Lands, of lauds known a-i Waioumo nnd
Pukclc. area SUti aoie', veavlv iciital
S.W.. lease expires Jan. 1,HK)i.'
Lea-ii trom 1). V. Patialil. of HI
acres of laud of ICeklo, vearlv renral
i.'i00. A poitlon of ilili,' lauil under
cultivation of rice by t hliie-o who' have
payi:d 10U0 a year, the ie-crvoir sup
plying most ot the water, leafeo expires!
In .1 lily, 11MU.
Leaso from H. J. II. I.illuoUalaui.
ol hi ud known ai Kaauweloa, 214 aere-j,
yearly rental 8o0, lease expires hi May,
J.ease from D. W. Pauahl, of land of
h'eklo. about 500 acres, vearlv rental
8'JfiO, lease expires Out., 1KU1 .
Leusu from Hawaiian Ouveiunienl, of
land of Wnnliilii, 1SU acies. vearlv icul
al 32f)0, leaho expires In Aug., lWil).
l.easu from Trustees of Jllhhop i:-tato
of Waahlla, !l00 iicich, yuarly icnlal
Ji00, lease exphes August', lS'Jli
Lciisd from S. ICownl ahil heliiuii of '2
pieces of Jaud In Wnlamau and Kel.lo
.'?. acres, yearly rental if a I, lea-c ca
pites In August, 16!K).
The lauds of Wtmhlla 160 acre, am
now bringing a i eutal under an agree
ment with Poitaguesi) of 8D0O a year.
Theic are ahont 8 acres of tnro almost
ripe which will be sold wirh the land
upon which Itlsgiowlng
The Income from Orange. Lime?,
Coffee, Kto,, and Pasturage have
amounted to about 9100 a year.
The propel ty above set torth has a
laborer's bouse, .slaughter house and
other ranch buildings upon tlnun, and 2
Also al tho same time aud place about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 Mlleh Cows, Povon Pair of Working
Oxen, also fi Horses, 0 Mains and 2
Colts, Ox Cart, Huddles and llrldles,
Yokes, nto , etc.. and other utensils and
property used upon a well appointed
ESTThn Property can bo Inspected at
any time, rorfurlliorparii'.'ulai-snpply
J AS. F. MOIUJAN,
Or, to Ckoii. Buowk,
Executor & Trustee, MB lp)
U1GHAUD A. aicCURDY. B'icslileut.
t& Kor full particulaia apply to
Uec-2-l-.SlJ General ArCnt fnr tho tTmviitlnn rl,ii,l-i
3 3 o
JL Id ill
Ci.flV-f, Tea, Chocolate & Milk,
Stcnkn, Chops, risli, Ham it Kggti,
II II I1IHI ! 11 !,! !! III .1 I III I I ! !!. I ! I I I lllll III W llfT W M I.TIT M. II . MHOlf.SSSr
TT A 8JBTB - B 15?
y o h
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAR1LLA & IRON WATEU,
(ipr All, Hop Mb, Gmiliie, BHMeili, Sarsajarilla, liieral Km, Etc!
lieiir? For Sals !
Tlie following Maehlucry tunning
part of the Sitir Mill Plain will tie sold
at public auetion man cmlj d.itu uulc
disposed of previously hy "privati: sale.
Parties desirous of puteh'.-iciiig any por
tion of this Machinery can get parti
culars ami p:ices irom llie uiidersh-ued :
1 EU8 Mill k Mg,
Spare t'lear Wheel & Pinion,
1 lSxlO T'ngine, .Spar. Ocar Wheel X
5 MeOulo iMirin.'i's whh Pitting-., -J
1 .Tulio Ileal. .r. 1 1 t. Ion; 12 in. dia
2 - in. W. 1. cleaning Pans, xl22.7;
1 s7 Double I'.rtLcr, complete wiih
i 0x20 Galloway Ibilei', complsle;
1,0x10 Tubular Holler, eomp'eie;
1 Sugar Car . In. XV I.. li.U.lx'U ;
1 Sugar Cooler, bxu.dxSO;
1 Sugar Cooler, li t!.ri iixJ0;
2 ,Sngnr Cooler. -Ix'. U20;
1 Tank y, in. W. I.. 7.0x20x12;
1 Steam l'linip, 1 dlsebaigit;
1 No, 6 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Hl.iko Pimipi, iy. dischaige;
1 Lathe. 20 chuck 12 ft. long, bed;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 Kairbanks Platform Scales, 20x28;
Mill Huildliiir, I0xl.-.021; and Holler
Shed, allcov. with Corrugated Iron;
Klro Ilrlck, iiImi a largo asBnitinent of
2nd Hand Cooks, Valve-, Piping,
J NO. HIND.
Por .Star Mill Co. lCobala, Hawaii.
Mrs. Eva MrJolmson, Arlist,
Btudlo, No. 27 Alnkea Streot.
Formerly of Now York, would Inform
the public that she Is prepared to till
all ciders for Pastels. Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Poi traits.
C?" Samples of w'oik can bo seen at
Studio aud Hamilton House Parlors,
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Aleo, General Merchandise,
F.wa Plantation, i Honolulu, Ewa.
Travelers by train or Government
road can secure accommodations aud
board. Charges rcabouable. CU2 lm
ISSUED BY THE
OF 2V12"W "STOS5.3EC
: : : :
ALWAYS ON IfANl) AND TO OKI) lilt
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackero,
And will be DULTVKRED FUr.K of CHAUQE lo any
'irom 11:30 . 111. lo
B EET. EWM .Hsl B& BJ9 5T
.M ...., m.y
mul ortlcr.s should be sitldrcHwd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Having icniowd hi,,- SODA WOIUCS
O FOUT tS'VYt JTJTTr'.
Wo an now pi pai.il to fiitnisb at hhoit notice, and of prime qualily, any
of i be billowing High CIiism Aerated Ucverugca;
Plan, SwhI, Leiuoa, sirawfterrr 'or Graai noli,
Sar&uparilhi, Sarsuparilla & Itoa Watej:, a'tul Ci'ub
IJ-Miig excludivcly the HYATT PHJtli WATHlt SYSTKa'.
AVIilioitl a ftival in Prico & Quality I
One-third tho Pries of tho Royal J
Every Housekeeper "Should Ueo It !
gjST A R.iviug.of u:i P,.jC,mi i Cost ami Quality tho Very JIchI. my
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
FresH Butter !
IN HAT.F.POUNJ1 l'AVB.
Is Urn Fluent Table llutter sold In Ihu
City of Honolulu.
TO Hi: MAD OK
Henry Davis & Co,
Powell's Baggage Kxjuohb,
Iray oi? AVntron.
Furniture moving a speclalltv. llajr
gago delivered Jwlth promptness nnd
care to imy part of city, stand, corner
of King aud Bethel streets, llcll Tele
phone 471, Mutual Teleplmne 57.
w. ,..w ........ ......M.
part of tho city.
Slew, SoiimhI I'igV l'ect, Etc.
1 p. m.
jCTCTMCMara!gsiUTxf'ftijgcB3ai1' i 1 1 ri trumTTB
-A.efeii i g.
to moie comuiodioiia quaiter? at
HI4l1t.llI I II
HENRY DAVIS & "CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian L-la
C. J. McCarthy
Has just received a fresh lot of
Give ns a call.
Hnilh Hawaiian Coiistructloii Co, will
X not be responsible- tor any I Ilia
contracted In ihelr naino without av ?
wi tten order signed ultlmr by I). V.L
Peterson or J. M. Oat. 'Jk
11. F. DILL1NOHAM.
Manager Hawaiian Cnimtriiiitlou Co.
Honolulu, July II, 8l)(. COS lm
rrv. .:..- 4
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