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DAJLX BUI-LBTIW : UOMOLULU, U. J., JUL? 24, 181)0.
(OCT . T
It has pleased His Majesty the
Kinir l confet Letters l'utent of
JOHN WALTLK JONP.S.Epq,
A Citizen of tho I'nited Slates of
Foreign Office, Honolulu, II. I.,
July 211, 1800. 013 11-ltil It
i" ji ar.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1S90.
A term which tuny coircclly de
signate the Legislature now in ses
sion is "the special committee Legis
lature." The number of committees
moved for and appointed, outside of
the permanent committees of the
House, is enormous. Comparatively
trivial matters that should be refer
red to standing committees, or that
might bo settled in five minutes,
without any reference whatever, are
referred to select committees. There
is an element of absmdity about
this, which, if not conspicuous to
members of the House, is quite np
paienl to people on the outside.
LETTER FROM MB. DILLINGHAM.
H1I.O AXI IlAMAKUA.KAlI.ItOAD.
1 have gathered statistics from
the thirteen sugar plantations
sti etched along the secnty miles of
proposed laiiway, on the island of
Hawaii, and find the fieight availa
ble to and from the plantations now
oiganizcd and ninning,exceeds 100,
000 tons per annum, 1 suppose to
use very safe figures on this under
taking and so place the freight now
tit 7ol)00 tons per annum.
75000 tons at an average of 2.25
Passenger tiallic per annum (12,
Subsidy, say S.100 pei mile per
Estimated Expenses 70 miles
line at say 2-l,000 in bonds 81,080,
000. Interest on 81,080,000 at o per
cent per aunum 884,000.
Hunning Expenses 890,000.
Sinking Fund to meet bonds
It 13 proposed to build this Hue
with 40 lbs. steel rails. To use the
best steel bridges of which theie
will be about 80, to make the line
as straight as such a line can well
be made. To "rock ballast" the
line as fait as constructed to protect
it from the heavy rains. Doubtless
the road will be a good thing f,or
Hilo, and be the making of'lhat
place commercially, 5Vhat will it
do foi the plniVtfng iuteiests along
the liner If the height is handled
in the moit economical way, as it
can be after the railway is built,
the saving ou the present o-.t to
.-.lie thirteen plantations would be, I
lind, about 81 'JO, 000 per aunum, on
the business done now. The rail
way will make it possible to in
crease very largely the picsent out
put without nicessarily increasing
mill facilities, by bringing cane
from lands now separated fiom
the mills by impassable gulches
or from lands too far away to be
reached piolitably by oidinary
means of trans-portation. The gen
eral business along the coast will be
largely inci eased if tail way facili
ties are provided.
One would upposp from the
facts, that no time should be lost in
getting a railway that would save to
the planting interest alone in ten
years, the whole cost of the line es
pecially when the tariff qupstion ib
threatening to reduce the price of
sugar to a little more than the pre
sent, cost of its production.
As no proposition has yet boon
made to build railroads between the
islands it is probable that steamers
will continue to carry freight and
passengers as heretofore, and while
a laiger volume of freight will be
cairied direct to and from Ililofrom
foreign poits, yet the stimulus to all
business in Hilo and along the line
of railway will increase rather than
diminish the tralllc for inter-island
It was not many yeais since that
the promoters of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co., declared that
inter-island steamers could never be
made to pay, "they could not com
pete with schooners," they said
when the Jato Hon. S. G. Wilder
opened up his steam line, litiu they
soon foutubout their error in judge
ment, and proceeded to form the
present J. S. N. Co. As to the
Jluancial results to say nothing of
tho benefit to the country derived
from these interislund steam lines
no word of commendation is needed
from me. They have accomplished
nil, and more than km ever claimed
Mr. Hind would discouiage the
building of railway ou Hawaii,
which seems pretty clearly demon
strated would be a sound project for
all parties concerned, and in duo
time put ten dollars into the public
treasury for every one taken out. It
may be well to build carriage roads
around tho island of Hawaii. Tho
desire Mr. Hind expresses to
see the country developed by
carriage roads is commendable,
but the country cannot allot d
lo neglect csted interests to
tho value of several millions of dol
lars for the sake of opening up car
riage roods thtough n wild unpopu
lated country with hopo of nltract
iutr tourists. Railways first where
they arc so much needed, then wo
may expect to see caniage roads
follow, and the sooner tho whole
country is opened up the bolter it
will be for the country.
When the Lake .Shore Railway
in America was being built it was
cried down by the imi row-minded
as a Hue not needed and would proc
a failure, cr if it succeeded it would
uiin the shipping on the Lake. That
line is one of the finest and most
successful of all railways in that
great count ty, and since it was con
structed, another line has been
started parallel with it,both have all
the business they can handle, and
the shipping on the lake has been
A railway built on the
batiks of the Sacramento Ri
ver, California, was doomed in
the mtnds of some, lloth railway
aud river boats aie doing a nourish
ing business, ever on the increase.
Mr. Hiud's reference to the Ko
liala Railway proves notlnny:. He
says the Go eminent paid a subsidy
ofS57,000, quotes the cost of the
line and the value upon which it
pays taxes, infers that, it was ex
pected to cieate a revolution, but
docs not say what it did or did not
do. If that line did not meet the
expectations of the most sanguine,
Mr. Hind will not surely condemn
all future railway enterprises in
Finally, Mr. Editor, permit me to
add lliis'lliought: If the legislatures
of all piogrcssive civilized lands,
had been swayed by men who seem
ed to have been bom under a cloud
or who have made especial offoits
to cultivate a pessimistic disposi
tion, there would have been to-day
no steamships, no railway, no tele
graphs, no ocean cables, and no
clectiic lights. Shall we in this
country fall into lino and go for
warder sit with folded arms and
wait for something to turn up."
13. F. OlIXIMJUAM.
It appears from conversation hail
this morning with a busine&s man
that my statement in regard to
freight between Honolulu and Ka
huku amounting at present to 25,
000 tons, was not understood by
him. As it may appear ambiguous,
to others, I will say that at the pre
sent time theie aie 25,000 tons of
freight available for a uiilway along
the proposed easterly line between
Honolulu and Kaliuku, not includ
ing any freight there may be at Ka
htfku now, or in prospect.
B. P. Dir.i.ixi.HAM.
VAiALliA GOVERNMENT ENCLISil
The annual examination and clos
ing exercises of the above named
school, was held on ThurMby, July
10. The school house was taste
fully decorated with flowers aud
turns. for the occasion. Jlo-jt of the
patents and a gieat many fiiends of
the pupils were present to witness
mo nosing exercises auer ine open
ing elioius, "When the Morning
Light" by the whole school, Mr.
II. lC:iuwuhi,.tbe assistant brought
his class ou the platfoim, ami ex
amined them thoroughly in the
work they had done during the year,
and from the manner in which they
answered tho various questions put
to them, showed plainly that tliey
had been carefully taught. After a
short lecess, Air. Kdward Ilore ex
amined the different classes in his
room in reading, geography, spell
ing, giainmar and aiithmetie, and
it was evident from the promptness
of the answers by tho children that
they were well up in their lessons.
The afternoon was devoted to le
citation, and songs, which were ren
dered in a very pleasing manner.
The Jicv. 15. S. Timoteo made a few
appropriate rcmaiks suitable to the
occasion. The teachers are to bo
congtatulated on their success.
On Friday evening, July 11, a
concert was given by tho pupils of
tho above school mentioned, at the
old church at Kawailoa, under tho
management of both teacheis. The
house was well filled by tho parents
and man' friends. The entertain
ment which was given by the pupils,
was for the benefit of tho new
church at Waialua, Oaliu.
IF von want 11 line cigars go to O. .1.
SleCnithy'g. iVjs Sw
SPLENDID Is the Ice Cicun Soda
at tlie .Cllto Ice Cream PuiIuik.
A GOOD Cook for 11 ranch on Hawaii.
Apply ul this oillee. iHKJ tf
IXKOltMATIOX us to tlio wheie
nuouis of lliehiud I'roijiiltte, II. If.
ICahinowit, l'l.ui l'lonU.inuky nllns
Priuu Prank, by tho Jtupeilul Cerniau
Houolulu, July 24, 18?0. 013 -It
T. J.Lkvkv, : : Lr.si:i:.
Ot.lFl" I'lllt.l.Tl'.s. ! Manahm:.
Uauiiy Unix, : gTAur. Dntr.CTon.
W. 1)i:xTi.n. s t ruoiT.in iv.,
11. L. JLnituw, i MAutitMsr.
Tiiali &alety Oup'j
POSlTlVELYlm LUST WEEK
OJ ! Soiinon I
Thursday Evening, July 24lli.
riret production In thU city of the
ltiiiutltul Domestic l)i nma,
" The M of the Mill"
Cast to the full strength of tho
C. Plan fur rc3crcd fcaIs for tiny
night nf the asun ran ho seemed at
the ofllei- of I.. J. Levy, cor. l'oit and
Queen St 012 lit
Tiis Bait "Atoms'
Has jut auheil fiom Euiopc
H. W. SCHMIDT k SOI.
HENRY IB. STftHLEK
IH DARKEST FRIC
Tlwcomp'eldBtory ot Btviilcyrwot t'rili!n;
aHtnhirui ami tlio rtficlnfliro tt lita UoirtJint
ill)oeriP3lvllla!ua.i' fur tlit! irt Uhiq In lhu
vorU v.t it ten t-y h!iu"clf, oiititUil "lit DaiUont
Mxi ' 11 ..i .1 ..!.. 1 K
ru umtcn 17 lunrctr, cniituii in ji-uueni
rri'' l" 1) Tt'Jt ho .1 wl'M I ! iiuy nf Hip hi.
I'd fi'tllil liyr- U 1K.1I1.J OlTcfPll uh 'Vn-
iiVa nl ' auihtiitiD - To vo ono o Uil-ih. hxi
'llicrel tinou lotion oljaf tVa pt'tincnt 1utip
miu a nl authttitiD To ro no ot uilih. hxt
ccrrLLtlii.viry nirllcdlar A.ni lainitti u it. untl
will iU h 11-i.ltfill ir-t on uwllratl i
ftlTIHM t' unltr not lo lo in Mt-vl, sic
UrtU I 6Ji1 idt tic Ijjo'c Itij tho itu.
CHARLnS SCRIBNER'3 SONS
Anil th it t'l 1 cagr islui i.n nl i.inl a n ccrtlUut9
it agiiu) fioi 1 ui.
A. L BANCROFT 4 CO-
132 POST STREET,
General Ayrata fcr the Pacific Ccasl.
J. W. Chajriberiinr,
hole Agent for Hawaiian ICingiloui.
AXiLTaATOK lEAi:S !
JT'lVi: (?:) DdII.ii- pri- luuidretl.
h Semi orduiTi iit'eoiiii iiiicil with
FOll SALE CS1CAP
COMlM.K'nJouliir foi nukiuguml
dWpeiisbi"; cnrlioimli'il jeoi.ii;is
all in K00O oilier. Atliins
ritiain Wniohlnii, tlnw.iil.
r.;-w (y 1irge FunilRhed ItonnH,
fttKjlS O lentrallv loe.itnl. Ap
tcsiSr I'lv at tlii oiileu. i;fr lw
SUITK of Thii'o Nicely
ruruNhuil ltoomJ. Ap-
at No. .1.1 I'uuehbowl
f-treet, or lo 11. P. lluhlmiil. Mil if
HOUriK wilh 7 ronnifl
ml buth, 011 the cm -
Buret. nil 1 anil l'enu-
eola f trei'is. Cats .a the door. Ap
ply tit this oillee. oril U
m,jr T Altai: Coitigo 011 I.llih.i
iferf'H - sV,c',,f' Ti Hioins, kitchen
raSgbn anil pantry. Coinenlent 10
cats, jinnly to
ill King St., over J. Noil's hloic
POll 11 KM i1
I" llf.KO Stiililin at picsent
J occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., peiml'-nlon
gHeu AiiKiitt 1st. Apply to
(8 tf .1. h. WALKKIt.
WANTED nl ONOE !
ACOTMfii: wilhin two
or tbiee blocl.H fiom
a the coiner of Foi t and Hotel
MreeiH, suitable for tlueo gentlemen for
hniisi Uepplui'. Addiess I', O. Iinx
So. 2117." .100 tf
TO LET or LEASE
MM1H JJeshlenPo of M. A.
1 i l.onij, in l'auoa Valley.
il Apply to
UAVIll J. ) lO.TI,
01 Klusrt-t., oer J, Kott'si'tore.
ifcL'arhi rf1 f t
Auction Sales by James 1 Morgan.
Liinaionl's Sale or
Goods & Chattels
DUtlabicd for the Xnu-pny incut of
t :iiu Instructed by Peter Fcinunde
lo soil at Public Auction
On THURSDAY, Aug. 7U,
AT 10 O'CLMUU A. 31.,
Of said dnv, nt my Saleroom, Queen
Mrect. Honolulu, the following do
cilbcd Goods A. Chattels of Ah Lai, a
Into tenant of mid Peter Fernandez, nt
Knpalama, diMralned fornrieri of lout
mill hiviiur been held tlio statute! y
length of tlmo by tho said Peter Per
il mile, viz: 1 Cooking Stove, 2 Show
CaEes, 4 Tables. 1 Cofleo Mtchitio ami
other Wares, Goods and Chattels ami
Fffccts of said Ah Lai taken from hl
store on KlngMicrt, at siild ICapalaina.
Honolulu, .fulv II, Ifr'.iO.
,JAS. P. ATOItOAX,
! lilt Auctioneer.
Gxaciitor & TruGleo's Sale of
Leases, Cuttle., Horses,
.T3U'.. Uto , 3ito.
Hy dheetloii of OKCIl. 11KOWN. F.x
ecufor&Ti iii-lce of the Last Will ami
Tesluiuunt of Philip Jtlltou. decen'ril,
1 am dheeted to pell at I'liblle Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT iO O'Cl-OCK A. 31..
At tho Farm House In Palolo Valley,
Honolulu. Oaliu, all the following
declined Pioprrly, suitable
for Itaucb put iioc :
1st All that land containing an area
of -li'iiiK iieies anil situate lu Kipahulii
nml Waialne-ikl, Di-tilctof Koua, Oaliu.
and being the same pieniies eonveyei)
to (he -aid Philip Milton h llieTru
tei". of the Kstale of V. C. Luualilo.
'Jiitl All 1 tin t land eont lining an area
of nine ar-i . t-itnato in Palolo Valley,
and being the sumo pieintee eonvei.il
to tho s.dil Philip Milion by I'rauhla
Sherman. This prnpeny ba a laie
ie-ciolr upon it, which supplies thv
lower lanil-. wltn water lor nee tiiuna
tion. tlio ii'MMVoir is 1P0 fathom' stimu'
aud hits a depth of 1 1 feet, anil eot In
the neighborhood of $10,000.
:iid All tliatl.uul containing an aiea
of 1C0 aeies anil situate at Kipahulii,
Oaliu. '1 he two larger ti.icti In Klp.i
liulu and Waialac-iki sue femed with
good stone wall and who f ueing Ui
iiles them fiom propeity now in po-scs-lonofl).
P. Iconbeig and ued foi
Alo nt the 'nine time and place the
Lease from the Hawaii m ftovcrn
ment. of ll',( acres ot lamN, known a
Kipuhi. M.ulv lental Js-'JO, explie
June 21. ISill!." A poition of tbN land
(It aeies) eiihlel to a Chinaman for lice,
for ti it) ti .eir.
Le.iM'fioni Cotiiin!-ioiier nft'iowii
La ml-, of 1 wiiN known us W.iiomao and
I'ukele. aica !)4(! acres, ie.uly iviiinl
W. lc.i'e pie Jan. 1. 1001.
Lease fiom 1). W Pauahi, of 111
aciea 01 l.utu ot KeKlo. jeiu.v leniji
'J0O. A poition of tilts land under
cultivation of ilce by Chbie-o who li io
paved SIODO a ve.ir, the ic?eno'u -up-
jilving niot ot t lie water, teiiie exphe
Leise Ironi 11. It. II. Lilliiosalani
of land known as Kaauwelo.i. 214 aeie.
ye.uly lentnl U!I0, le.i'-e epher in May,
Leae fiom I). V. Paualii. of i.md of
Ii'eMn, about i"00 acre-, ve.uiv iciilal
&2fi0, lea-e exjiiies Oct., 1V)I
Lcnc fiom Hawaiian Coveimiicut, of
land of W.iahlli, lhGacieJ, waily 1 fat
al g200, lease e.plie- In Aug., IMki.
Lear"c from 'i'nintcen of liNhop INtate
of W.uiblla, .".00 net I'-.. eail lental
$.200, leio explic August. ISO!)
Lea-o fiom ,,3. Kawal nliil Keknui of 2
pieee-j of land in Waiauiaii and Kckio
i aeii, veailv lental .f2l, le.i-e t
'ihclandn ot Waalill.i -Ibf! tifiei am
nov biiiiging a lental uiulei an :i"ie-
inent with Poitngueso of uOli a jcir.
Theie are abont 8 aeiesof taio abno-t
ripe whkh will he sold with the hi ml
upon which it is growing
'I he Income tiom Oianges. Lime-,
Cotfee, Ltu . and J'.istui.tge have
amounted to about 6100 11 year.
The propeity above set fotth has a
libelee's bullae, slaughter bon-e ami
other ranch buildings upon them, and a
Also at tho fame lime and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
' Including about
00 Milch Cows. jScvon I'nlr of Winking
Oxen, ahc "1 Ilorrcs, (5 Maics unit 2
Colls, Ox fait, Kaddles and Itildlc,
YoKen, etc , eti'.. and otbui utensilR mill
pi'iipeit) us d upon a well appointed
CETTbo 1'ioperty can he Inspected at
any time, l'orfuitlierpaillcularsaiiply
,JA. J MOKOAN,
Or, to Ci:cit. lluow.v,
Pxoeutor A". Ti UKten. fi'M 1 in
DI. I) Y'S odice-wlll lie dosed fimn
.Inly 22nd to August I, Ifi'.iO.
AllT CLASSES !
TIT It. Allen Huteliiuson holds a class
1tJL in modelllnar, bis stuillo, Xiui
tinu aeime, eveiy Tuesday and Satur
day. For naitlculais apply 'UcllTele-
uiudoiib" will ttaml
thU H'ason at the
.- Woodlawn Dairy;
terms $150, For fiutlier paitleulaiH
apply at tlio Dairy. fiS Urn
iili T iSHS
Clash Assets, : : : : : Over $13G,000,000
UI11AI A. MrCSJimY. President.
US? For full particulars apply to '
Dce-2-J-Sit General Agcut for the Hawaiian Islands.
Lit a. d
Jumbles, Coffee CakcsTbrackers,
fijgr And will be DKT.TVEUED FKER of C1IAUOK to any
UII-iI., f FAI1F.:
Codec, Tea, Cliocolalo & Milk,
Steaks, Cbopa, FMi, Hani A KggH,
ift r SB Bsf? i9
i rsusi ti e
TAHITI : LEiOIAOE,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATEH,
Biipr lie, Hon Ale, GrinMiio, EamiB, Senagerllli, Mineral Wafers, Etc.
teSr All ooiMniunlcutlons mid orders should be addro.'iftcd lo
BENSON, SMITH. & CO.,
iacliiiir For Sale !
The follow hu; Maehiiieiv foiuiln
pail of llic Mai Mill l'lnii will he -ohl
at publie am lion at an em ly date uule-(lipn-cil
of preloisly hy "private r-ale
Pin tics ilc-iioii- of pfiielinui any poi
tion of Ih!1) M.iiliiuei, can ;;( p.ull
eal us and pi lee bom the uwlci signed :
1 26148 II & Giliill,
fipare Oe:u Wheel A, l'iuiou; '
li:i(i Famine, Sf"" t'cni Wheel &
r Mi.Oiiiii I'lmlili r wlib rilling, -t
1 Julie lleiite:. 1 1 f lonj; 1J in. dla-
2 J,' In. W. 1. rii-anbi'r Pans, r.xli'.'.7:
1 l." Uonble l'.fteet; eoinplele with
t 6x20 Galloway B,llcr, comphti;
1 0x10 Tubular Boiler, ennip'rie;
I Sugar Cat )i In. W I.. -tMi.-Il.t ;
I Sugar t'nolei, b"i.CNt;(i;
1 Sugar Cooler, fi (SxS ilxJO;
2 Suinir Cooler. I5 i!20;
1 Tank i In. W. I.. 7.0x20x12;
1 Steam Pinup, ! dlMhaiKu;
1 No. 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Blake Pump", lj dUeharge;
1 I.atlie. 20 i-uucu vi u. lung, lieu;
1 lleavv Vice,
1 Kahb.ink I'laifoun Scales, 202S;
Mill Bulldliur, 10x150x21; anil Holler
Shed, alleov. with Con ug.itrd lion;
Fire Uiiek. nl.-o a laie assortment of
2nd Jlaiid Cocke, Valves, L'iplnj,',
TNO. Ill XI),
For .Star Mill Co,. Kobiihi, Hawaii.
Btuato, No. 27 Alakoa Dtroct.
Formerly of Now Yoik, would lufoi in i
the public that she Is piepaivil to till
all oiders for I'astels, Oil, Wider Cobns
and India luk l'oi traits.
C3T Samples of woik can be seen at
Studio aud Hamilton House Pallors.
KONG W0 CHAW,
Restaurant k Boarding House,
Abo, General lloahandise,
Ewa riantallon, : Honolulu, r.wa.
Tiavclers by train or Oovernmnnt
road cm hccmo uceouiinculatlons and
boaid. Chargcn reasonable. C02 1 in
1SSUKD HY THE
jtcj. rv tt j'jc mrsm orj
ALWAYR ON HAND AND TO 01JDEK
, Pies, Buns, Rolls,
from 11:30 n. 111. (o
lfain leiniiM d om
2 O FOJii
(Near the Custom House)
pii'pim d to fiirn'uli at fdioil nolice, and of prime quality, any
i.f I lie following Jliijli ('lui-s Aeiatcd Beverages:
- GINGER ALE,
We ai. iniv
t, Ltiii, SlMten or Gnu Sofla.
S-arsapurillu, SarBapnrilln & Iron Wutor, and Orub
llhiiiK ochi!-ively the HYATT IMIlfK WATKK SYSTKV.
VIiliouL a lUval in Price & Quality !
One-third llid Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It J
B&F A Saving of i!.'l I'm (Jent in Cost and Quality tho Very Bent. gf&
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
r',r'1 ''m Excliwivo Agenta for (he Hawaiian Inlands.
IN IIAT.F-1'O UNO 1A' H.
Is lhu Finest Table Ituller Fold In the
City of Honolulu.
TO Hi: HAD III'
Henry Davis & Co.
l'owIl'fl Baggngti ISxpro.sH,
lrivy or AVukoii.
Fiirnltine movluK a Bjieelalll v. Hng
guK" delhered with piomptiiess and
euro to any part of city, Stand, coiner
of King am) Helhol btrocts. Hell Tele
phone J7'J, Mutual Telephnue iT.
part of the city, jg
Slows, Sotif-ed PigV Pei t, Pte.
1 p. in.
B- - Th ri
to nioic cnmmodiouA ouaiterp at
ra; H'X 3 BEIST1.
0. J. McCarthy
lias just lecelved a fiesh lot of
Iiila & Affleriean
Glvo us a call.
rpilK Hawaiian Construction Co, will
X not be lesnonslblu fur any bills
contracted lu their mime without a
willten older hlgued either by I). I
lVleihon or J. Jl. Oat.
Manager Hawaiian CoiiHiniilon Co.
Houolulu, July 11, m0, CU3 lui