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OrncKoniiK Ho.uii) or llK.urii,)
lto.soi.n.r, .luly 'M, 1800.
Thu Uoaid of Health lit n inpotltiy
bcld tbia tin ( :iiiioi n tcil
tl. W. C. .10NES, K-q,
Inapcclni of Milk fur tho Citynf
or.o. c. I'uttei:,
til!) lit Secretary.
Foreign Otllee Notice.
Honolulu, .luly '-!.), 1MH).
Uo it known to all whom it may
concern Hint ofllci.il notice having
thW day been communicated to this
Department by Mmi-i. . IJ. d'Ang
l.ulo, CommiMOiiPi of France, that
AIOXS1J. A. VIZZAVON'A,
Has been appointed PhuiicelUu of
thu Co.-iMil.iti vt 'ominisariat of
Franco in Hawaii, in place of Monsjr.
li. fiollnuot; therufoie tho "-aid
JloiiM'. A. Yi.uouu h heicby ac
knowledged as such Clumccllui, anil
all his oflici.il acts are oideied to re
ceive full faith and eiedit hy the
anlhoiitie- of die fbneinmpiit
.1. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign A trail
lil" 3t-ls"2 It
a xi on
PI f Hired to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut establithed for the benefit of all.
F1JIDAY, AUGUST 1, 1SS0.
DEFECTIVE JURY SYSTEM.
KnrroK Bn.LETix :
The present system of drawing
jurors should be abolished, or the
list be extended to embrace a sulli
cicnt number of residents to insure
a person against being called more
than once a year for such duty.
It pomes with extreme hardship
to many of our business community
to drop the management of thrir
private concerns, in order to com
ply with these periodical demands
upon their time.
1 assume it to be an infringement
of my rights under the constitution
to continually make such demands
of me or my associate in business,
while many others, equally eligible
and similarly burdened wilh the du
ties of citizenship, arc never called
to such duty.
Let the list of voters for Isobles
lie taken and gone through alphabe
tically, each taking his turn. Let a
reserve number of jurors be drawn
at every term to take the place of
any that may be excused by the
Court fiom the Tegular panel (I
have sat out a term where there
were only 1G jurors to draw from,
the rest having been excused), and
our complaint will cease.
One thing more as to jury trials,
it is quite common for lawyers hav
ing cases called, to detain couit and
jury panel for an hour or more, and
then find that they arc not ready to
go on with the same; consequence,
loss of -2 1 hours' time to jurymen.
In conclusion, the pay of jurors
is Ilxed too low (although this is
no cause of complaint from me). A
mechanic of even ordinary abilities
rams 83 a day, and I heiieve this a
proper compensation lor jurors.
THOSE COMPLAINTS FROM
When we arc suddenly deprived
of luxuries to which wu have be
come accustomed, the change is apt
ro strike us very forcibly, and with
n sensation not altogether agree
able. This is none the less true
when the said luxuries have been
provided and paid for by others.
These reflections arc suggested by
the "Lahaina Complaint" spoken of
in the ItuLLKTix of last evening.
Tho facts in rcgnrd to the case are
as follows :
Dr. Mack, the resident Govern
ment physician at Lahaina, impair
ed his health seriously, and it is
feared permanently, by his arduous
and faithful labors in Kona, Hawaii,
where bo was formerly located, and
was earnestly advised by his pro
fessional friends to try tho efleets
of a trip to the Coast, which advice
he decided to act upon. It appears
from inquiries made at tho office of
tho Hoard of Health, that when Dr.
Mack applied for leave of absence
lie was inlormcd that it would bo
granted on condition that ho should
provide an acceptnblo substitute
during liiB absence. Tho doctor in
formed the Hoard that his abscuco
would not bo a prolonged one, and
that an available substitute could
be found in the person of a Japa
nese physician who was subsidized
and employed by all the planters in
Tho Hoard of Health appears to
have concluded that tho quality of
medical service that was satisfactory
to all the planters in the district
would answer the general tlumand
for two or three months, and grant
ed Dr. Mack's request accordingly.
Tho following thoughts seoin per-
tlnehti i Jf Hie Rcnrd hud hbt
granted Dr. Mack's request, the
stale of his health mild have com
pelled his unconditional resignation,
nnd tho people of Lahaitm would
hnvc been no better off than nl pre
Hent. 2 The Hoard of Health do
not undertake, nor can they bo ex
pected to keep a reset ve stnff of
thoroughly nualitled foreign physi
cians on hand therewith to till tem
porary vacancies This would in
volve keeping them under pay. :
Some pcoplu seem to think thai an
extra doctor can be got to leave Ida
established business at any time
and go to another district or an
other island for a few days or a few
months, just as a boss builder would
take on an extra carpenter or brick
layer when work was pressing. Pro
fessional service cannot be handled
In that way. It is not practicable
to keep competent physicians In
stock, like goods on the shelves of
a ictail shop, to bo dealt out over
the counter as wanted. I If plant
ers and those immediately connect
ed witli tlieni in some distticts
would show a more liberal spirit,
and not combine to practically boy
cott, the educated while physician,
and give all the plantation patron
age to the cheaper Asiatic, it would
ln much caaier for the Hoard of
Health to put tlioioughly good phy
biciaus into the country districts, and
to Keep them theie.
In the Double which Mr. Haysel
den has recently experienced in ob
taining the services of a physician,
he has thu sympathy of the writer,
but the trouble of getting a physi
cian from Wailnku is not very much
greater than from Lahaina, and
when a man for his own pleasure or
interest elects to take up his abode
in an out-of-lhc-way place, or on an
island, with miles of salt water be
tween himself and the rest of the
world, he must accept therewith the
unpleasant possibilities. Faci.
HILO HEWS AND NOTES.
The Xpw Hiram I.lne--A Chniitor
Ai'i'iiteutM-.A "U ae or Crime
(From (he Jlilo Record, July 2!).)
The "basis of the proposed steam
ship line between San Diego, Cala.,
ami Ililo, and Honolulu and San
Krancisco," armed by last mail and
we notice that the object of the
company is not to injure or compote
with any existing steam communi
cation between the Islands and Ca
lifornia, but to open up new mar
kets and increase the trade in arti
cles at present produced in small
quantities, especially that of lruit.
The steamers are to be fitted up so
as to take fruit in large quantities.
We all know what resources there
are here for fruit culture, especially
in this district. Look at the im
mense amount of pears, mangoes,
pine apples, ohias, bananas, guavas,
etc., going to waste every year just
because the market for them is
limited. "With a line diicct from
here which will take fruit up to San
Francisco in short time and in good
condition, all of the above mention
ed fruit can be sent away in some
form or other. "With this new mar
ket for fruit there will be an inu eas
ed activity in fruit culture and new
varieties of fruit cultivated.
We believe that this will be one
of the great industries for Hawaii in
the near future, and most sineeiely
hope that the subsidy asked for from
the Government, for the short pe
riod of two year1, will bo granted.
The mail facilities will also bo
greatly enhanced ,for the llilo dis
trict at least. At present they are
anything but of the best.
From Hamakua we hear that a
eerious railroad accident happened
last Thursday evening. The labor
eis were riding home fiom work and
as they neared a bridge the rails
spread and let the cngino and can
off the track. Most of tho laborers
saw that something was going to
happen and jumped in time to save
themselves, but we hear that eleven
men were injured and one to his
death. The engine managed to re
gain the track, but -the cars were
thrown from it and over the bridge
and into the gulch.
Last Friday the ladies of town
met at the residence of Mrs. Sever
ance and had a sowing bee. A good
bit of work was dono and the usual
amount of gossip was not gone
Iu the assault and battery case
from Onomea, three of the men ar
rested were lined and tho icst dis
charged. There seems to be a wave
of crime in the form of assault and
battery passing over this section of
country. The Police Court has been
quite busy the last week attending
to these cases.
Last Saturday a very large catch
of Hah was brought iii to market.
The mullet were of unusual size,
some weighing four and live pounds.
Several tons of different kinds of tlsh
wero caught that night.
Last Monday, tho 28lh Instant,
two severe shocks of cailhqtmkc
wore folt here at the hour of -;lf.
This makes the number of shocks
Unco for this month.
Thu Urigham party started for
the mountain yesterday morning,
expecting to rcacli camp I'tiakala
the following day.
Social this evening at the resi
dence of Mr. I. S. Lyman.
(EXTJtA, jui.y J0.)
From l'apaikou wo lent n that the
new 17 ton vacuum pan there was
blown to pieces this morning about
8 a, a, A Chinaman was cleaning
the vacuum pump and had a light
ed tallow caudle to see by, when
without any warning the vacuum
pan burst into hundreds of pieces,
Tile Busll of Hie pan is a (joaiplctc
wreck) but Wis copper colls arc not
hurt, being twisted slightly. There
had been no heal or steam in the
pan since Saturday, and the query
is how did it happen. The supposi
tion is, that gases collected there
in pump and vacuum, and when
the candle came in contact with
t1n.ni in the pump Hip, were imme
diately ignited and caused the ex
plosion. The Chinaman's hand
and arm were bndly burned. Tin
building was damaged In some ex
tent hi the iiou Hying through tho
boawis. The iron forming Hip pun
wa an inch thick, so tho explosion
must have been very poweiful.
AuolioQ Sales l.y Lewis J. LoYoy.
Unflerwriter's Sale !
On SATURDAY. Aiiff. '-M,
at to (I'ci.oca .i. ii..
1 will M'U at l'uti'.lu Auction, ut im
.shIp-ii noiii. lor nreouiH of whom
It nuiv coneeiu.
-H, In diamond; R:
ll'Ji t CllV
containing !!() I id. -ii
containing ".'I1,; )oui
a . ltl Huron .Minor-.
No. HL'5-1 ease
Mil inf.. 'J
No li.'r, I (W-e containing 7'j Piwn
Mb ion. L-:t.
D.imigoil on voyag' of hupmtiiiiiui c.v
hail. "AduuU" 'ft oni Hicunm m Hono
lulu. Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Com
B A (-J 8
i ok su.r. in
D. W. SCHMIDT k SONS.
PETER Ills GREAT!
I use! JnOr.5!'i,
Rigs & Goal
Will an bo by tlio Slo.unor "M n 1 jo
Give an Exhibition
A i i in:
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
KQ" Ii It o if mlmNMiiu a- iKiial.
50 Ticket to Itu had at thu door.
HIS nl .
JL of I In; ll.nvuUui Islaudi. In l lie
mutter of the llinkrnjr.cy of Dong
Km, of Jlami, Maui, ujninsl whrnii a
Pel i I ion tnr ndjudk-nlioa was tiled on
tho 7th day of July, J&fiO, In tald ( ourl
liefore Cliirf .lusifne mild.
The 'JSlh day ( l July, UOO
Upon rending ihe.siid Petition, and
upon proof bcloie ma tnkui, I do ibid
that Hid hiihl Dong Pat has hecomn a
Ihnkrujil wlihin the t-uo intent and
meaning of tho Act I'ppnned on tho
2'Jthdayof August, ISsi, eniltled ' An
Act to rcgulale proceedings in bank,
uiptoy In liin Hawaiian inland-,. '
And I do heieby declare and mljinltjo
him Ibitikrupt accordingly.
And 1 do iurlhcr oidcr thr.t tho Cie.li.
tore of the naid Uunkrupt come in uud
jirovo their ilulils liul'oronieh .lusliro of
Hie Kupiemu Court as Mini) ho hilling in
Ciminlicm at Aliinlaiil Hale, Honolulu,
on tho fith day of Aiiim-l, 18110, he.
twecii tho houisof lOo'nTock iu the font
noon and nnou of ilie said diy.nud elect
ono or more Assignee oi Assignees of
tho paid Il.inkiui't'd estate.
And that notice thcieoi ho ulilbhcd
In the thlneso newspaper published in
Honolulu, in the Ohiuiwo laugiuige, and
in tho Daily IIiii.ixti.n thioi; times
And that tho Mild liaukrupt Moll
Imiiudlaicly lllo wilh tho Clerk of this
Honorable. Couit a fcolicibdo of his Ore.
dltora and Asts, as icquiied hy iho
tald Act. A. J JUDD,
Chief JiiHllen of thu Sup;oino Couit
rpiilS is to certify thatlbavo this day
JL pold to N. F. Uuige.ss, of Honn
bilu, all my light, titlo and Interest In
thoNovv Ilawallan Dlieetory for lsuc
!i. Any communications to, or ordure
for tho Dbcetoiy will iccelvo prompt
attention If addressed to G. W. Jiur
grss, at llcnson, Smith & Co,
ny oiuor. d.u. i.um;,
J.ultor Jlawftiinn I) leetoiT.
Honolulu, Julv 31, 1S00, 020.'!
Auction Sales by tones F. Morgan.
Executor & Trustee's Salo of
km, I'iillle, How,
tty illU'Mhui ot UKUIL BROWN'. Es
eciuor A: Trustee ot tin? Last Will and
Toslanient uf Pliillp Jlllton. deceased,
I am illtoi'tul to sell at Tubllc Auction.
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3I
At die Kami House In Palolo Valley.
Honolulu. Onliii, all tho follow I in;
de'cilbod Pioperly, snltuble
lor Knnch put poses.
1st All Hint land containing an tiioa
of IS'i'a aeien and sltuato In Klpnlinlu
and Walalne-llfl, Dtsti let of Komi, Oabu,
uucl being tho game picml'ses cnuxe.vcd
to the said Philip Milton bv tbo Trus
ters, of tin Kstato of W. 0. Ilunnlllo.
Hud All that land containing an area
ot nlue acre situate In Palolo Valley,
and belli;; the s,atne pieinlse cornered
to the said Philip Milton by I'isold.i
Sherman. This propeity has a luteo
re-orvolr upon it, which Mippllei ths
lower lauds with witer for iico cuhlwi
tlrui, the ic-eivolr U 1!0 fathoms ituuo
and lin a depth of It fret, and cn-t in
ihe neighborhood of 10,000.
Hid All tli.it land containing an aic.i
of lril a en'- and .-lliuile at Kipahidn,
O.diu. 'Ihe two lnitror tracts In Kln.i-
hulu and Wtiial.iu-IKI aiu fenced will)
l.iod tlouc wall-' and wlie fiiiclngril-
Ides them from pioperly now- In pm
e,lon ol D. p. Ixcnbeig and ncd loi
Al-o at the ".ame time and place tin
Lease from the Hawaiian Govern
ment, of ll;i acres of land-:, known as
Kipuhi, jcaily icntal 8"2-0, oxphos
June 21, IriiU." A poitlon of this land
(;i acres) .sublet to a Chinaman foi ilcc,
for i,() a year.
Lease fimn Comini-donor of Ciown
Lands, of lands known as Wiilumao ami
Pnkelo. aie.i iilii acre-, yeaily lenial
9535, Ica-c uxpbes Jan. l,P.iOL
Leate fiom 1). W. P.iuahl, of 111
aeics of land ot KeUio, yearly icntal
-JIIOO. A portion of this land under
cultivation of l ice by Chinese who luivo
payed 1000 a year, tho lcscrvolr nnp
plyingmoftol the wator, lease exphes
In July, 1001.
Loacc fiom 11. It. H. Liliuokalanl.
of land known as Kaauweloa, 244 acies,
yeaily nintnl --no, lease e.piics bi Muv,
l.caso fiom I. W. Panald, of hind of
Kckto, about r,0(l aeics, yearly rental
2C0, lease expbes Oct., lfi'il.
Lea?o from Hawaiian Government, of
land of Waahiln, 180 acres, veailv lont
al $200, lease expires iu Aug., 181)9.
Lease from Tinsteos of lll-dion Estate
of Wmibila, SOU acies, yu.ulv icntal
5200, lease cxphes August, 18t!i
Lcao fiom S. ICawai ahd Kekaui of 2
pltee-j of land in AViiiamau and Koklo
:3.,'acics, jcaily lental tji'l, lcae cv
pbesin August, 18!'.
The lands of Waahlla -IPC acies :ue
now hi inbis a rental under an ngioe
meiit Willi Poituguesa of iJfiOG a jear.
There are about 8 acres of t.iro nbnobt
ilpe whli h will bo sold wilh ilie land
upon which It h giow In;
'Jhe birome fiom Oiaugc?, l,imeh,
Coffee, Kte , and Pasturage have
amounted to about S 100 a year.
Tho piopeity above set forth lias a
laborer's house, slaughter boiiso and
other lancb buildings upon thorn, and 2
Also at the same, time and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
GO .Milch Cows, Seven Pair ot Winking
Oxen, also ft Hoises, I! Mates nnd ,'
Colts, 0. ('ait, Saddles and lb Idles,
Yokes, ele , etc.. and other utensils and
propoity used upon a well appointed
fJss-Tho Piopeity can be inspecled at
any lime. I'oi fiutlicrpaiticuhiisappl,
.IAS. 1 MOJtOAN, '
Or, to Ci'.cir. Bitow'N,
i:et-iilor ATillSlee. .7.1(1 1m
Iiuullord'H Sale of
Goods &. Chattels
DMralned for the Xon-payment of
1 am luslrueted hy I'eter rerinndiv.
to sell at Public Auction
On THURSDAY, Aug. 7(li,
AT 10 0'fJI,OCK A. M.,
Of fcatd dny, at iny Salesroom, Queen
street, Honolulu, the following ileH
cilhed Goods ,t Chattels of Ah Lai, a
Jato tenant of huld Peter Pcrnandc, ar
Kapabima, illsti allied forarroaia of lonl
and having been livid the Btntulorv
length of times by the wild J'ctor Fci
nandez, vi.: 1 Cooking Stove. 2 Show
Cahes, ! Tables. 1 Coffee Machine and
other Wares, Goods and Chatlels and
Effects of said Ah Lai taken from his
aoiu on King stieet, at said Knpnlaiim,
Honolulu, July 11, lSr.O.
J AS. V, MOKGAN,
Delicious Ico Cream !
LUDWIGSP.N & OKON', "llrcwer
UloeU." Holel street, wlsbtolu
f oi in tho public that thoy mo now pre
paied to furnish J'nia Ico Cream In
any quantity. Wo guardiitoo our Ico
Cream to be llrst-elnss, and hope to Be
cureafuir shuio of publio patiouage.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
Tho Celebrated Kun
nlng .Stallion "Hho
nnmloah" will eland
this season at tho
term JJ30. For further patllcuhun
apply at tho T)ry. fiHS a in
K JfiP S
Vor full particulars apply to
-rt fta Eu 3 5t5 h
1 I M II
Jumbles, Coffee Gakcu, Gi-ackers,
35T And will bo UU1.IVKKKD VKV.V. CIIAHGi: to any
Con're, Ten, Chocolate
ii in limn ii hm i imnTrii-Tr-Tr.-TT
Sola Proprietora of BAILEY'S SAHSAPAEILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Mb, Hog Ale, BretA, RsiDerFfasis, Sarsaperilla, iDieral Watari. Etc.
say All eouimunientioiis
Punaliou Preparatory Scliool,
Honolulu, H. I.
Those Scliotl: Oprn Icr ths fUv Y.ar
8c;itcmb r 8, tG90.
t9P Add reps nil letteis of numb,' or
npplIc.illnuH to til. undeiblueil .secre
tin ot tin Hoard nf Trtistcci
llouoliibi, July 23, 18!K).
Hii4 iut nrrlyed from Km ope
I W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
lil 3 Iw
KONG "WO CHAH,
Restaurant &, Boarding House,
lUt, Ooneml McntnudlBe.
Kisa IMantutlon, ; Honolulu, Kwa.
Travelers by train or Government
load can bcciiio accominodatloiis and
boaid. CliarKQH reasonable. (). int
SAYT.OR'S Restaurant, Xo
Hticet, has been bought i
;o. CC Hotel
out llV tin,
See Cboiig Co., and on account of In
crcancd biisliiPEi, the jucnilscs adjoin
ing tho restaurant have been taken and
turned into a private, dlulnjr room. Tho
Seo Chong Co. win conduct n llrst
class lcstaiirant nud oxiicct a good
sharo of public pationago.
filgiied: AH CHUN,
, CHONQ HINO,
llemhcrs of tho 6eo Cboug Co.
si' iJ a S n.J s
ISSUED BY THE
HrTllw'AR b flaMsllHH r
- USIARST A. McCDR31T. PfoaJdent.
uv jv sj 85'jr.R."S2; wzt.
ALWAYS OX HAND AXD TO OJJDEK
, Pies, suns, Rons,
j ' iiL y
lilXA. U' lW?li:
Chop,!, Firh, Ham ,t KgRfi,
UroaiJi Il:SO n
MANUFACTURERS " OF
nrmamnMiliWMIt rn wimu flK'g.LU,1JIJ'TJ.SZ: mTTTKJ.-! W!1T-u WW 'lrci i.fii wrmm m -
aiul onlers should ho addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Having iomocd out SODA WORKS to more commodious quartern at
tso. so fojrt rjrE&Eu:e:r.rs
(Near the Custom IIouso)
Wo arc now pjepaied to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, nny
ot the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Sweel, Lemon, Slnwtarj of Cream Sofia.
Uhing oxoluf-ioly the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEJf.
Without a IJIval Iu Prlco & Quality !
One-third tho Prica of tho Eoyal !
Every Houookoeper Should Uso It !
$&r A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Coat nnd Quality tho Very Host.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
IN HALF-rOtrND PAVS.
U the Finest Tablo llutter sold In thu
City of Honolulu,
to iir. had or
Henry Davis 8c Co,
Powell's Baggngo Express,
3ray or "Wiiq-oii.
rurnlturo movlnsr n spochdlly. Hag
gago dollvered with promptuosa miiiI
caro to any part of city. Stand, oomer
of King and Bethel streotn. Hell Tclc
phono 470, Mutual Telophoiio C7.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
p.nl of the city.
Stewv, Fom-ed PigV. Feet, Ktc.
. irt, to X t. i. ,S?j?
B XS flr IL&? Sj- B
& Iron Wnter, and Crab
S4ENRY DAV5S & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
C. J. McCarthy
Hug Just lccelvod a fresh Jot of
Give us a call
rpilE Hawaiian Constiiiptlou Co, will
X not ho rcepou8iblrt for any bills
contracted In their name without a
wiltten older signed cither by D. 1
Petoisouor J. M. Oat
lb F. DIIXINQIIAM,
Slannger Ilawallan Construction Co.
Honolulu, July 11, lBOf). ft03 lm
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