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JDAlliT BUliLJEG'rJN : HONOLtJttJ, Jbl. i JULY g, lOWJ. ,
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It has pleated HW Majesty llm
King to confci I.oIIpi. l'alont of
WILLIAM WOOinVOltTU lUtU
DOW LEE HUNTSMAN, 1-Nq.,
All Citizens of tlu United Slates of
Foreign Ofllco, Honolulu, II. I.,
July 2Slrl8IM). (117 lt-1152 11
Foreign Ollice Notice.
unbroken parly ote to cvftrido tlic
ruling of the Chair. In tho case
referred to, the Minister did not
dare to hack ids opinion by his
action, lie declined to vote, nl"
though, if the. tilling was .19 he
characterized it, His voting would
liavn lind as much propriety as that
of anv elected member.
, Fortinnx Oitick,
Honolulu, July 1!'.), 18'JU.
He il Known to all whom it may
concern that ollioinl notice having
this day been communiealiMl to this
Department by Monr. ). B. d'Ang-
)al, Commissioner of Vt.inee, that
. MOXSK. A. VIZAVON'A,
Huh been appointed Chancellor of
the Consulate & Conunift-aiiat of
Fiance in Hawaii, in place of Monsi.
L. llollaguet ; theiofoie tbo slid
Jlnnw, A. Vir.avona is hctcby ac
knowledged as such Cluncelloi, and
all bin oflioial acts aic onlered to ic
ceive full faith and credit by the
uuthoiitics of the Government.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Ailuiis.
017 3t-l.".2 it
In conformity with the Act en
titled "An Act icluting to the Sup-pie.--?ion
of Plant Di'-eai, J'.lipht
mid Insect I'esU," approved July
JO, A. 1). lftOO, the following gentle
men have been appointed Commit
hioucrs of Agriculture :
Hawaii, Hilo C. K. Itichnidson,
1). II. Hitchcock, Nathan C. Will
fong. Kawaihae Paul Jmrett, William
Honkanui, Frank Spencer.
Kealakekua H. N, (tieenwoll, A.
A. Todd, Moses Barictt.
Mahukona Jno. S. Smithies, Einil
do Hearnes, C. L. Wight.
-Maui, Lahaina C. F. Hotnei, Da
vid Taylor, Kia Xahaolelua.
Kahului L. M. Vetlcen, J. T.
Aluli, A. Barnes.
Oahu, Honolulu A. Jaeger, 0. P.
Iaukea, 12. W. Jordan.
Kauai, Koloa Jared K. Smith, 12.
Streh, J. K. Burkett.
C. N. SPI2XCEB,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, July 24, 1S00.
(51 5 3t
ONLY DOING HIS DUTY.
When Ken. Marques touches a
sore spot, it is always insinuated by
the "boodle" journal that lie wants
an ollice. The above gentleman is
otily trying to do his sworn duty,
and it looks much as if as many peb
bles as the weak arm of the Adver
tiser is able to pitch, are to be
thrown in his way. Sr.t.Att.
RIGHT AND WRONG WAYS.
Hon oh lU'i.Mvm:
"Kutnukunawai," or "Constitu
tion," as lie signs himelf, advo
cates that we should wait two years
and perhaps forever before we would
have a right to return the cheap
labor (Chinamen are wanted) which
our sugar industry must have, to
the land from which they are im
ported. That we must fcubmit to
beimi crushed by the importation
of, say, 50,000 Mongolians into thia
country within the next two years,
and why? Because the famous
committee of thirteen, three years
ago, did not have the courage or
patriotism to face the question of
the oav, which was even then paia
mourit, and provide for the let urn
of our surplus cheap labor. This is
the line cause of the revolt and
death of seven native, one year ago.
There is a light way and a wrong
one of doing anything even in chang
ing a constitution, which is a right
always in the hands of the majority
of every civilized nation. "Kiniiii
kanawai" writes: "The Honolulu
populace must not assume that they
arc the Hawaiian nation." Is not
that just what was assumed in 'S
and what "Kumukanawai" is trying
to emphasize now? All the aigu
ments advanced by him arc flung
back to him by what took place at
that time. If they had a right to
make a new constitution at the
point of the bayonet, we have a
right to make one at the ballot box
(which has a point of its own).
vvho yiethhps calculate that the larger
ration the leper can get from tho
government, the more he will have
io shnrc with his friends. Theoreti
cally, only the lepers draw lalions.
Practically, even If indirectly, the
government feeds and suppoits every
one. on the place.
After everyone had. been heard
who had anything to say, and all
questions hud been answered, so for
as they could bo at the time, the as
sembled crowd, consisting of several
hundred persons were addressed by
lions. H. W. Wilcox and W. 11.
ltice. as well as b.y the chairman of
tho committee, Hon. A. P. Pnehaolc.
Mr. Wilcox in particular should have
the ciedit of having made a very
practical and sensible address. Ho
spoke of tlic desire of the committee
and the Icgislatuie to rectify any
abuses and make all practicable im
provements, but told the people
plainly that many of tlieir compiaiius
seemed trivial ami unimpoitatit, nnd
that they ought not to annoy the
authorities needlessly by unneces
sary grumbling, lie said he felt
sine that the 'government and the
Board of Health desired to do every
thing in their power for the welfare
of the lepers, and that if they did
not have any little thing just as
thej'' would -like, they must liooma
nawanui and be icasonable in view
of how much was being done for
them and the very large amount of
money it was costing.
The address of Mr. Uiee was as
usual, well adapted to his audience
and had the. effect ot putting the
crowd in high good humor. .Mr.
I'aehnnle spoke hiietly and Io the
point w hereupon the crowd dispei scd
and the committee and their guests
made due diligence to embaik and
iJQattimtr!KtiiieiisA3iutf ni'WiwagyStf6gW I
Auction Sales by James V, Morgan.
landlord's Stile or
Goods & Chattels
luMialned for the Non-payment of
lam bistincted by Peter FituiuhIp?
to "ell at Pulillc Auction
On TIIUUSDAY, Aug. 7th,
AT 10 O'CMMH. A. 31.,
Of said day. at my Salesroom, Queen
street, Uouohihi, tlin following des
eilbcd Goods Si Chattels of Ain.nl. 11
late tenant lit said Peter Fc'riiniulc, at
Iviipahuna, ditruliteil for arrears 0! ic.nl
nnd having been held tbo statutory
length of llmo by tho paid Fetor Ker
lmnde?., viz : 1 Cooking Stove, 2 Show
discs, 4 Tables. 1 Coffee Machine and
other Ware, Goods nnd Chattels and
Effects of said Ah Lnl taken from Ids
store 011 Klngtiout, nt said Ivapnlatna.
Honolulu, July It, IS'.tO.
ISSUED BY THIS
Gaeli Assets, : : : : :
JtIIBAK5 A. HcUURHY, 1'rPRlilcni.
JSP For full particulars apply to
&. OB- XOSJB,
Gcjicral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
av& S3 t&u sS?
a.fiaa'yj 'QPeyfl 1 amaa
J AS. F. MORGAN,
filU lilt Auctioneer.
Executor & Trtistca's Salo of
w 0 sir a xs o ssts m n:irJC
- ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OHDEIl
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Burs. Roiis, Etc, Etc..
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Mil DAY, August. 1st,
AT 1 O'CLOCK .X.
At tho stables nt lear of tho ollice of
Hon. .1. I. Dowsett, IJncen Miei-t, 1 will
Bell at Public Auction.
JJ!cdveit to neither Sect nor Party,
lint (liablhiicd for the i air fit of all.
TUESDAY, JULY 29, 1890.
THERE AND HERE.
In the Uritish House of Commons,
lately, while the Government's li
censing bill was under discussion,
Mr. T. M. Ilealy, an Irish member,
invited the ruling of the speaker 011
tiie question of the fund for the cx
tinctio'n of licen-e-i. The Speaker
gave his opinion that no precedent
existed for this fund, he thought it
was a grave innovation, which the
House itself ought .- decide upon,
and believed that Mr. Ilealy was
fully justified in raising the ques
tion. After some further discussion
the Ministers retired to consider
what should be done in view of the
Speaker's ruling, and after their re
turn they took two clays to announce
their decision to the Commons.
Here was n case where a Ministerial
measure was practically doomed
as the London papers nest day
said by'a ruling of tho presiding
oflicer of tho Ilonso of Commons.
And we see with what dignity tbo
Ministers took tho sudden setback.
Compare their conduct with that of
tho lato Minister of tho Interior,
when the resolution of want of con
fidence was under consideration.
The President had decided that on
a motion relating to tlic main ques
tion, and leally vital to it, the Min
isters could not vole. At this tlic
'Minister Hew into a fierce passion
nnd stigmatized the President's rul
ing as "infamous." Tho ruling
was not only defensible, hut a con
trary ono would have done violence
to tlie Constitution. If the Minis
ters can voto on a question of order
vital to a resolution of want of con
fidence, then with a majority of ono,
counting their own votes, they qan
stand off a vote of want of-confi-donee
indefinitely. All that is re
quired in such a case is a point of
order against tho resolution, nnd an
l'l-oni the Iniir,'HHloiiN of Menilid'H
or the r.Mciiition
The impressions brought away by
life members ot the legislative com
mittee who returned from the leper
settlement last evening, as well as
by the physicians and others . w ho
accompanied thein, may be sum
marized as follows:
The general appearance and con
dition of the settlement is excellent,
far better than is generally supposed,
and, to at least a considerable por
tion of the visitors, was a genuine
and agreeable surprise. No dissent
was heard from ' the opinion that
those wards of the nation are well
housed, well fed, and well cared for
in every way, that their material
condition is decidedly above that of
the average among people of the
same class outside the settlement,
and that in the provision made by
our government for the care of
lepers, it is far in advance of any
other government in the world.
Among over a thousand people,
isolated from their friends and com
pelled to live, nolens volenti, in one
particular place in whose selection
they have no voice, some dissatis
faction is bound to exist, and some
complaints sure to be made. The
committee listened patiently and
kindly to every one who had any
request to make or any suggestion
to offer, and made ample memoranda
of everything which seemed worthy
of any attention. Most of the com
plaints appeared either very trivial
or involved impossible revolutions in
the established policy of the govern
ment concerning seiegation. A
specimen of the former, was the
complaint of a kokua (a non-leprous
resident allowed at the settlement to
care for leprous friends or iclations)
that being compelled to work one
day in each week for the govern
ment, in accordance with the ar
rangement under which such people
arc allowed to accompany their
friends, was virtual slavery, and a
violation of tho provisions of tho
Hawaiian constitution, by which
slavery and involuntary servitude
are piolnbited. Under the head of
the impossible andinadmissible,may
be classed the proposition that all
lopers who sodesire be allowed to
rcturnto their friends, who will see
that they are provided with medi
cines and will guatantee that they do
not run away.
Such requests ns wero not either
purile or impracticable seemed to
relate mostly to an increase of ra
tions. It appeared to bo the opinion
of those members of the committee
who have had experience in working
and feeding large nuirtbers of hands,
on plantations and otherwise, that
tho present ration was not only fair
but even liberal. Doubtless the
committee and the Hoard of Health
will consider this and other matters
brought to their attention in a liberal
and humane spirit It seemed pretty
evident that tho email amount of
dissatisfaction which did exist at the
settlement originated, not witli the
lepors themselves, but was rather
instigated and fostered by tho kokuas
who seem to consider themselves a
kind of privileged characters, and
:i TVI" TCJ 3Li 33 SiJ
j" The Colts are fiom good ISiood
Mares, nnd the Mules :ue nun the
Celehuited .lack Uhitcher."
Itv dim linn uf CKPIL IlKOWN, Kx-
ei'iitor .tTmslei' of tho LtlSI 111 itiiu
Testament of Philip Milton defended,
1 am direct! d to sell at Public Auction,
On SATUHDAY, August 2nd',
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI..
At the Farm llouso In Palolo Ynlley,
Honolulu. O.dm, nil the following
docilbeil Propel ty, sullnble
for Kiiucli purposes:
1st AH thntlnnil containing an men
01 li"!). neies and Miiiato in Klp.ihtlltl
nnd Wiilalae-IM, District of Konn, Oahu,
ami bcine; the R.imo premises conveyed
to the nlil rtillip .Millnii liy tlie'l 111s-
teei or the K-tnte of W. U. l.uunlllo.
2nd All that land coiil'iiiiiug nn area
of nine acu situate hi Palolo Valley,
and being the -nnio picmKcs convoyed
to the snhl Philip Milton by Urpolda
Sheiman. This propeily has a large
reservoir upon it, which Fiipplies the
lower hind", with water for rice cultiva
tion, tlic leseivolr is ISO fnlluims square
and has a depth ot 1-1 feet, nnd coil lu
the neighborhood of 10,000.
3rd All that land containing an niea
of ICO ncics nnd situate nt Kipnhulu.
Oahu. The two larger tracts In Kipa
liulti and Wainlnc-iM are fenced with
cond stone walls and wire It iiclinr di
vide-, them fiom pmpeity now in pos-i-es-ion
of I). P. Ipcnbeig and used lor
Also at the same lime and pl.ice the
? 1 if, ft H H 1 tv
Jumbiec, Coffee Cakes, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
T And will be DEI.IVEUED FP.KT. ..( CHARGE to rtny part of the city. jt
Collue, Tea, Chocolate A Milk,
Steaks, Chopa, KMi, lfa'in ,t Huge,
Oyster Htew.s, Soiled Pig' Ketl, 1'ltc,
esj ra w r j Rj asjsi r
3. rJT. JBA.IJI-1ESY, KMHg-er
M ANUFA CTU11EKS
TAHST8 : LEPflOIADE,
On WEDNESDA Y, .J uly JiO,
AT ( O'CI.OCIL A. J!..
At tliu residence of Mi?. M. P. l,lin
sronc, King Ptrett (ndjoining the resi
dence of Mr. .1. It. Aiherron), I will
sell at Public Aneiion the
Sola Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginpr Ale, Hoi Me, MDio, Easlerrjai, Sersajsrilla, Mineral Walen, Etc,
B.. W. I. T. Cuter faille,
Center Si Sofa Itugs,
Decorated Hanging Lamps,
l.'ico Curtains is Poles,
Plush Rockers, Bouquet Tables,
Wicker 'ay Chah io UoeKer.s,
l'lctures, Kaiiey 8-day Clock,
B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set.
fpihiKMiittr:isO"?. Jlosrpiito N'ct,
Vpholstered Ited T.oungc,
1 Pansy Range anil UiGnsils,
1 Jtef 1 Iterator. 1 Kxtenslon Table,
Crockery ite (lliissware,
I'.tc, r.te., r.iu , J'.tc.
JAR. F. MORGAN,
Occidental & Oriental S! S, Co,
For Yokohama & HoDgkouji.
'I'lui Very Fine Al S. S. .
iM OCJE3 AWIO
"Will be duo at Honolulu from San Fran
cisco on or ulioiit
September I I, 1890,
And will leave for tho above poils on or
X2T For l'relfsht or Passage, spply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
I.e.'i-c fiom the Uawnliim povern
nieut. of lli acres of lands, known ns
ICipnhi, yearly tental S'-20, expire-,
June 21, 18t)2. A poitiou of this land
(I! aeie.-') i-ub) el to a Chinaman for lieu,
for 00 a year.
Lease fiom Commissioner of Crown
Lands, of lands known as Walonino and
Piikele. niea SI40 acres, yearly lenlal
.",85, lease expires Jan. 1, 1001.
Lease fiom 1). W. Fimnhl, of lfl
ncies of land of Kekio, yearly lentul
5"300. A portion of till-, laud under
cultivation of liec by Cldnesu who have
piycd S1000 n year, Hie rei-ei voir su)
plyiug most ot the water, lease expires
in .iiuy, iuuj.
Lease from II. 11. !L LUiuokalaul,
of land kiioAn ns Knauweloa, 24 i aeros,
yeaily lentid yao, leasu c.Nplies In .May,
Lease from D. W. P.iuald, of iiind of
Kekio, aboul MO neies, voaily icntnl
$200, leaue.piies Oet., lh'Jl.
Lea.e from Hawaiian Government, of
land of YVntihila, 1SH ncies, yearly rent
al 2no, leiihe expires In Aug., 1M0.
Leaso frniu Tnifltee.s of lilslioj) Lalnte
of Wiiahlhi, :!0U neics, yenilj iisuial
200, lease expires August, tS'JO
Lease from S. Kawnl nhd'Keknul of 2
piece i of land In 'Walaiiiau and ICeklo
a-'f acres, yearly lenltil -21, Icim in-
pnes in Migiist, i aim.
The lauds of Wnnlilla -ISO aeies me
now briiiKiuK a lental under an njjiee-
nient with 1'orlugueso of 6000 a jcar.
There aie about 8 aeies of laio nhmwl
ilpe whleh will be sold Willi the land
upon which it is glowing
The. income from Oranges, Liniew,
Coffee, THc., and Pasturage have
amouulcd to about $100 a year. ,
The propel ty above set forth lias u
liilmi !' houso. slaughter bouse and
other ranch buildings upon them, mid 2
Also at the .same time ami place about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 Milch Cows. Seven Tair of Working
Oxen, nln f Horses, u Mures and a
Colts, 0- fait, Saddles and BiIiUcm.
Yokeri, eii! , etc.. and other utensils and
propeily iiiti'd upon a well appointed
tSTThe I'mperly can bu lnspeeled nl
any time. l'oi'fiutherpnrtluiiluiuppl
jam. ii irrn;.n aw. ?
Or, to Clou, llnovv.v,
Kxecutor it TriiMee. fifiO lnl
s&- All cftnimuulnutiuuH and orders should bo addressed io
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
380 3 m
11 L" .JwrrioB-jjfc JTl
Punaiiou Preparatory School,
Honolulu, II. I.
These Scl.ooli Gpin fir ilia Niw
Goplfinlirt 0. 1890.
EST Addicssall letteis of inniiiiy or
i ppiilii'iitliiiiH to lbe umler.signed Secre
tin y oi me tsii'Mil oi 'i inuiees.
W. O. SM1T2-S,
Honolulu,. Inly 2n, tMflO. Ui l
tib m "M
lliiving icmovi'd run riOHA WOUKS to more commodious quarter? at
Wo. s20 34:Ir.r JSITK-EIEiT,
s (Near the Custom House)
We mi' now pii'pe.ifd in furnish nl fIioiI notice, and of primo quality, miy
(if tho following High Clai-t Aerated Beverages:
am mi 6tPQmhDTiv nn Pnnnm
u. uuunuunj. ui uiuuiu i!
Earsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Irou 7ator, and Crab
Uning nxcliiuivoly the HYATT PUKE WAT UK SYSTEM.
niiH iu5l nrrlveil fiom Em ope
K. HAY'S oltlco will be clowd from
July 22ml to AugiiHt I, IW0.
FKOM this (late nnd until tin thee
notico Henry Holmes; Etip, will
iccelve nnd receipt for monies, due,
make payments nnd net. for mo in my
capacity as trustee or agent.
Honolulu, July 28, mm. mu 2t
'"piIKEE I'irst-chus Hands for dress
JL making. Apply nt ouco at etab
003 tf Mrs. MELLId.
Htrayed on Thuisday
night. A suitable in
ward will Mo nald to
Vietiirnlni! him to W. W. Uru-
ner at tlinEiujlo House,
NOTIOK to HORSEMEN!
rpho Celebrated Ittin-
Without a Itlval In Price & Quality I
Ono-tkird the Prico of tho Royal !
Every Hojisokcoper Should Use It !
glST A Having of Ii;t lVi Cent in Cosl and Quality tho Very Tsl, ij
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HEMRY DAVIS & CO.,
r"r,l 'hn Kxcluslve Agonta for tho Hawaiian Islands
ilnc 8tiilllou ",stu"
nnndonh" will stand
this seasfiu al tho
terms 8S0. For fuither pavtlculnri
apply at the Paliy. Oii Urn
KOim WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Also, General MerckaaJIae,
Ewa Plantation, ; Honolulu, Kiwi.
Tiavelers by train or Government,
load can M.'Ciit'o aeeoiniiiodatloiiH and !
boiiid. Cbnigeb icasnnnble. t!0a I111
SAYLOK'S KoHtaiir.mt, Xo. (in Hotel
Htreet, ban lieon bought out by tins
Heo Chong Co., and on account of In
eieaflcd business, tho iiieraises adjoin
ing tho rcstnuniiit havo been taken and
turned Into a private dining room. Tim
See Chong Co. will conduet a llrst
chiRS icHtaurant and expect it good
bbnie of pulillc patronage
Memhcri. of tho See Chong Co,
IN HAIiP-rOUND 1'AVH.
Is the I'lncst Talihi .Duller wild in tlin
City of Honolulu.
TO UK' HAD or
Henry Daf is & Go,
Powell's Baggage ExpreHH,
Druy or AVitKou.
I'urnltiiro moving a fipeelalltv. Hag.
gago delivered with proinptnesti and
earn to any part of city, Stand, corner
of King nud Bethel streets. Jiell Tola
phone 470, Mutual Telephone 67.
. June 7-00
C. J. McCarthy
Has just received r fresh lot of
Manila & American
Glvo im a call.
rpilE Hawaiian Construction Co. will
X not be responsible for any IiUIh
contraotcd In their name without a
wiltten order signed either by D. I.
Peterson or J. M. Oat.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Munngor Hawaiian Construction Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 1RDD, 003 lm
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