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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, B. I., AUGfST 3, 1800.
Foreign Of lice Notlci.
l'onmox On if i., i
Honolulu, 11. 1., Auj,'. .", ISUOJ
It him pleaded lli'J Majesty the
liiny to appoint 1.1 i F.c. Hon
mil llUKx. Hon.
AKTiiun i;. prrmisox,
lo bo Commis-ionersot Clown l.niuK.
mid Colonel tho Iionoiablo
GKOlUJi: V. MAOFAKLAXi:,
to bo ConiinisMonci of Ciown band.
nnil Land Agent.
Tin' Hoard now on-isl 'f lb''
above nimu'il C(iinini"iiiiiri-.
(Wi :it ir:$ it
I J K
Plcitircil to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the kmetit of all.
MTDNKSDAY, AUGUST 0, 1800.
CHANGE OF NAME.
The repoit of Dr. Tucker, Me
dical Superintendent of the Oahu
Innauc Asylum, to the Minister of
interior, which is incorporated with
the latlcr's repoit to the LenKln-
ture, recommends the changing of
the name of lh.it institution from
"Insane Asylum" to "Hawaiian
Hospital." The reason assigned
lor the lecomtncndation is that the
term Insane Asylum has very un
pleasant associations in the minds
of most people. They have a horror
of insanity. Patients w ho are in
sane are raiely so continuously.
They often have a sane interval at
the lime of commitment to the Asy
lum. The process of committal,
under such circumstances, naturally
causes a painful shock to their dis
eased minds. They have an exag
gerated horror of an insane asylum.
The idea of being sent to a hospital
for treatment is not &o repulsive.
It may be remarked that the sen
timent involved in Dr. Tucker's re
commendation is one that has been
acted upon in parts of tho United
States of late years, and it is said
with beneficial results. t It changing
the name of the local institution is
going to lessen the objections
against becoming inmates of unfor
tunates who need its caie, or the
objections of their friends, by all
means let the name be changed.
As the picsent constitution seems
to ho unsatisfactory to a very large
majority of the people throughout
tliu Islands and appears to be the
sole cause of our political unrest,
why would it not be advisable to
have a new constitution carefully
and consistently drawn up j then call
a caucas and have every member of
the National Koform Party at that
cauens and there let every point of
said constitution be settled satisfac
torily to every member present, be
fore it is intioduced lo the Legisla
ture? We believe the country would
bo satislied with tho present mem
bers of Hje House as forming a con
stitutional convention, thereby sav
ing great expense to the nation. A
constitution formulated and en
dorsed by the people would in a
great measure restore confidence in
the nation's stability, which has
been rudely shaken for the last three
years. With such a constitution,
peace must follow, discontent bo
banished, and a more healthy state
of public feeling be realized, and in
tho language of tho scriptures,
Kphraim shall no longer vex ,ludah
nor iludah Kphraim.
Kui.vr.o IIiiai on.
AHOTHER CABLE LETTER.
IIOKOMILU, II. L, AtlfJ fi.
To Titr. IJoxoiiaiiu: JIkmiikiis or-riii:
Permit me to offer a public an
swer to Noble II. A. Widomann'H
.statements on the floor of tho Legis
lature yesterday. In answor to the
claim that the Cable Co. might in
vade the territory of existing corpor
ations, the concession plainly pro
hibits Hiich action, the wording being
explicit and forcing our company to
run their line of telegraphs through
Muhukona to Kawaihac for tho very
purpobc of avoiding such conllictR
of interests. On JUaui our tele
giaph poles have been oxtensivcly
used by the telephone companies to
run their wires on and our relations
with all interested are of tho plens
nntest. On Molokai a lino of tele
phono wire in aid of the unfortunates
nt Kalaupapa and Kalawao has been
tun on our telegraph poles from n
point near the leper settlement to
tho telegraph station at Kamalo a
distance of twenty-four miles. Tho
situation on Oahu will bo explained
hy tho following letter upon this
Tery subjeot. It U In answer to a
request from Secretary A. W. Car
ter of Uio newly organized fishing
dub of Honolulu.
Ofhck II. P. C. Co
Honolulu, June 21st
Ai.rnnn W. Cahtuu, Secretary Iln-
Dear Sir: Your favor ivpio
euring use of Cablo Co.'s Koko
Henri line for your club is received.
Our concession from government is
concise as to "invasion of tcnitory
of existing corporations." I will
linSc nu interview with Messrs.
Ihown anil Wideninnn of the tele
phono companies and obtain their
views upon the matter after which
.niir request will receive duo atten
tion. J. Siir.nu.w ItAUTiioroMr.w,
President and Tieasuier.
As lo the copies of the channel
soundings f personally asked for
llieni at the Survey olllce as any one
U at perfect liberty to do, and paid
lor them ten dollar, and hao since
verified much of the work from the
decks of the three cable vessels,
which we have had at woik. We
giant, that the subsidy in too small
by at least fifty per cent, but hav
ing set our hands to the work and
invested our money it is too late to
cease after having over one hundred
miles finished. As to the dividends
to be expected, Judge Widemann is
undoubtedly correct, huge profits
arc not to be expected for some
time but we hope to grow as other
enterprises have in the kingdom.
IJogul.ir Intel national telegiaph
instalments were used on the lines
which will be shown to anyone de
siring to see them. The bit of
frayed cable which some parly Ii.ih
furnished Noble Widemann and
which ho exhibited to the honorable
members w as some of the condemned
cable which like other odds and
ends, will accumulate around all
cable vessels anil works. .Let it be
remembered that the first Atlantic
cable failed alter woiking two or
three weeks, the fiist cablo acioos
the Mediterranean broke inside of
a month and the cable from Dover
to Calais lasted but a day. The
government in cacli instance lent
the hard worked and discouraged
tcleginphors a helping hand, gave
them extensions and everyone
knows the happy results. Jn view
of such abundant precedents we do
not hestitate to ask for a little moie
lime lor this, the first cable in
As regards our stock and the
statement that Jonathan Austin
holds seven thousand dollars worth,
it is fair to an absent and of course
defenseless man to slate that on or
about January first of the current
year, Austin stated to me that he
was about to resign fiom the iuui
net, that he "was getting too many
clubs over his head and was tired
of being found fault with, was going
back to his law oillce." I arranged
with him to act as attorney for our
firm (Bartholomew & Baker) and
turned over seven thousand dollars
paid up stock, which was properly
transferred and leceiptcd for by
Austin in the usual way. lie did
not vote on or use the stock to my
knowledge until after his resigna
tion. The statement has been made
at divers times that the firm of
Bartholomew & Baker had made
some attempt to obtain a portion of
the Government subsidy. This is
absolutely false as the following let
ter from Ex. Minister of Finance,
Hon. N. M. Damon, will show.
DKi'ARjMnxT or Fi.vanci:,
Honolulu, It. I, M.iy i!(i, ".)0.(,
J. Sherman Il.irtholomew, Esq., l'rc-f-ident
Hawaiian Pacific Cablo Co
Sin :--U leply to your communi
cation of tho 21th ii)8t., with refer
ence to on application for tbe i'nst
iiiftallment of tho .subsidy for Iiuei
Ihlaud Cable, I have to refer you to
the law papsed at the BPusion of 1888,
which expressly states tho terms up
on which the money is to Jin paid,
"lfpon the completion of the paid
lino in good working condition be
tween Oahu and Maui the hum of
eight tboii-and dolliun."
As the terms have not been com
plied with, the subsidy has not been
paid, and fco far as 1 am uwarc, thoie
has not been any application fm it.
Vuiiia very truly,
8. M. Oamo.s,
Minima of Finance,
The entire matter lies in a nut
shell. Wo havn expended oyer
fort' thousand dollars in tho cablo
enterprise. An extension of time
will enable us to finish tho work; n
refusal to extend puts our company
into bankruptcy. I am, gentlemen,
Vour obedient servant,
J. SlIKHMAK IJAJtrUOLOMIlW,
President and Tieasuier Hawaiian
Pacific Cablo Co. Ld.
ULTOItK JU1H, C. J.
In ro bankruptcy of Dong
liana, Maui. Proof of claims and
election of assignee. Ono claiai
allowed proved amounting to SMC8.
15 and N. Slonwar declared elected
assignee under 81500 bond. P.
Neumann for petitioners ; no appear
ance of or forbankrupt.
In ro estate of Emma Kalcleona
lani of Honolulu, Oahu, deceased,
testate. Petition of trustee to sell
real estate. Ordered that petitioner
bo allowed certain said real estate at
public auction. Cecil Brown for
petitioner; Alex. J. Cnrtwright,
trustee in person.
THE OPIUM MUDDLE.
A SMilko Marin hv ih .'mUoliiry
It was reported nboultown to-tiny
that the Judiciary Committee of tho
Leglslaluie had "struck lie" in its
investigation of the opium scandal.
A Buu.ivnx repot tur has elicited the
The committee was approached
by a Chinese informer, who told it
where some of the opium stolen
from the Custom House was de
posited, lie wauled money lo de
velop the cfiio and Uio committee
furnished him with S170. With
this he went In a well-known Chi
nese tirm s stoic and bought. WU
tins ol opium, which he turned over
to the committee as part of tho
If the article is as represented,
however, the finding of it does not
imply the detection of the thief.
This is because, if the firm knew
that it was Custom House opium
and yet bought it, the firm would
implirate itself in tho crime of 10
eelving stolen goods by divulging
that it had such l:nnwleege. A por-
?on who is posted in Ihe matter
says that the opium lias the San
Finncisco stamp of 1890 on it,
which puts it out of com I as tho
stolen opium. In this case the Ju
diciary Committee has simply helped
in ii SKO trade of opium, with no
body but a single informer lonive
evidence again-l. the seller. This
would mean ?I70 good money gone,
less what the opium will bring for ex
port it not stolon, and the investiga
tion of the committee not a bit ad
vanced, to which is lo lie added Ihe
loss of a whole night's sleep lo the
Attention, 'T, II. Brooks
DhiMoii,"U. II., K. of P.
7VKRY meinbus of the above Divl-
piesmt at tho Ciisile II. ill nf !Mvl!c
Lodge Xo. 2. Till-. (Wcdiicwlnv)
KVL.VINO, nt 7 o'eloek. to elect olll
Tl OX. S.
M DAMON will net forme
full power of attorney ,
dining mvuhicnru fioin the Kingdom.
W. F. ALLIiX.
Honolulu. July :t , J SCO. C'.'a 1 in
ART CLASSES I
MR. Allen Hutdnusou holds a class
ill modelling at his studio, Xuu
nmi avenue, every Tuesday and Satur
day. For paillciil.us apply 'Bell Tele
phone 521. 097 lm
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
he Celebrated Itiiii-
xtf- niiidoah" will htiuid
e?V ""' SUilMIIl 111. llll-
i- Woortlavvn Oalrv:
teims fJ.IO. For further particulars
a) ) plv t thn Tlulrv. fiS.i :tui
NOTICE Is beieby riven Hint T will
not pay dubts conti acted in my
name without niv wiliten older.
W. 0. AOIIT.
IloiiPluln. July 7, 1S00. T'JS lm
THIS is lo reitlfy that I have thU day
Enid to X. F. UmciS of Hono
lulu, all my light, tit lu and iiiteio.nln
the New Hawaiian IMieetoiy foi 181)0
01. Any communications to, or outers
for the Dlieetoiy will iccche prompt
attention If nddiewd to ti. W.ltui
gess, at Henson, Smith & Co.
fly older. .I.C. LANK,
Editor Hawaiian Dliectorv.
Ilnnnhilu.jlulyHIjJSUiL 020 :;t
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Page la Ike 'Honolulu (Jiuringc
Jlinufjotory," at 128 Fort 'treet, 1 nm
prcpircd to eontluut tlei above biibiiicfs
iiuilur the old n.um: of Honolulu Car
riage llanufActoiy, and being uu old
experienced eiuiiago builder I lollcil
tliu piitionagu ol in old frieudn ai.d ihe
public in guntii id, niiil with my tliorough
Icnnwledfii! of the business and with ex.
nerienced workmen and nshw only the
beat material 1 giiariuiteo gmcnii (intis
faction. Please call and fui tin; liufnu
(Signed): GIDEON WEST,
nnnolnlo 'Vft. "W. 1Kl. 'iOI il
"Brewer lilock." Iktel St. ntar Vert.
I beg to announce to tho public that 1
offer for Bale
CARTS & BREAKS,
AT A BAXIQAIN.
Also, a romplPto aKoitment of llrst
ol.iss Mock of
Carl, Wapii k Girriap
Belnctod personally of the best faetoilea
in tliu IJIhtQII Mutes. I'.Oii lm
AXATUIJAL Mineral Water. For
Balo only by
w. a. LUCE,
Bolo Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands., f23 tf
r f?a m
Auctlon Salos by Jaraos F. tlorgan.
LsuuUonl's Sale or
fioods & Chattels
Disdained for tho Xon-paynieut of
I a tn lnotiitctod by Peter rerntuulpi
to sell at J'uiillc Auction
On THURSDAY, Aug-. Till,
at io o':i,o;i . 31.,
Of said dav, at my Salesroom, Queen
Rtiect, Honolulu, the following des
ulbcd Goods it (.'battels of Ah bat, a
late tcimut "I snld Peter Fernandez, at
lCupnlunu, ditr.ilncd form reus of lent
nnil having been held the statutory
length of time by the said Peter Fer
nandez, viz: 1 Cooking Stove, i! Show
Case", -1 Tables. 1 Coffee Machine and
other Watcs floods and Chattels and
KffectRof wild Ah l.al taken fioin his
stoic on King street, at wild Knp.ilaiiia.
Honolulu, duly II, 1800.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
nl2 bit Auctioneer.
On SATURDAY, Aug. Ot!,
AT JO O'CliOUIfc A. 31.,
Atthesloio of Mci-3. II. Ilackfeld A
Co., Queen street, 1 will sell nt Public.
Auction for account of whom it may
concent, the following Moicliandbu
damaged by "alt water, on voyage of
lmpoi'iiitlon per t.eimiiu baik "AilonU"
II 11.1 Co
Cl cs. 25 !oc8 ea, 7 lhs, Tel'el Soap
11, in diamond; B
170) 1 ble, r.O p.ihs blue Grey Blankets
I7i!8 1 ble, -It pubs'.' I'oint lllunkels
H H & Co
2021 Cs, 7 do? Sulti
H, in diamond; R
1721-t es. 20 do Pelt Hid'-
:U(i 1 es, 12 do Jllliois
I U2-1 es, KiOgio-s I'oiul Buttons
H, in diamond; G
1777- 1 ble, :t.t pes Usown Cottons, 1.1S3
H H & Co.
10-1 ble, 20 Mt'oik
34-i!:) 120 bxs ea, 27 pkgs paraffin Can
dle M -fi cs c.t, 1G bss at 7 lbs, Vah Blue
15-8 cs c.i, 50 bxs at lbs Wash Blue
"iH 100 cs ea, fio lbs blue. Mottled Sonp
f'J -3 cs ea. t." lbs, White Toilet hoap
1G0 cs e i, -I doz quarts T.agcr Beer
25 cs e.i, 8 do i-inls Lager Beer
? SO es ea. 1 do quails I.iger Beer
I 3 e. ea, fc ilo pints Lager liter
no bbls White Bros Portland Cement
W R, in diamond
IFOi'-l'J't 2." cs ea, 1 doz quarts Lngcr
II II & Co
302 15 eoils ea, 112 lbs Fence Wire,
UOO 105 eoils ca, 112 lbs Fence Wile,
30 bbls en, .'10 gallons "White Vinegar
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
. &. IRWIM & CO.,
Wiu. O. Ii win. . 1'iesldent & Mauagei
Ohms Spi cckclM Vice-Pi es-ident
Si ci ctai v iSTreiiPiuer
TIipo..(!. Poi tei .' A uditoi
agenis or Tim
OCEANIC STEAHIP 00.,
Or Han I'runelKco, Cal.
tjQrWm. O. Irwin & Co., (LM). have
assumed the assets and llahllltleK of the
Into Hi in of Win. O. Irwin iV:Co., and
will eontiiiuo the general business
foiipeilv caiiledou by lh.it hoiibe.
IS hereby clyon to all persons that at
a ineetiiiff" of tho slim dio Wens of
AVm. O. Irivbi & Co , (L'd), held on
tho 31 et day of July, 181J0, It was voted
to accept tbo Clmiter of Iiicoiporatlon
dated July 21, 1S10, and gianted to
them mid their associates and puecessoia
under the corporate nanio uud stylo of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited.
And that tbe Corporation under said
Pjurter was duly oiKtiuUud, and elected
tho follovviui named ofllcers, viz:
Piesldent it Manufrer
William Q. Irwin,
Vice-President.... Clans Spieckuls,
rjeciflary & Tipasurcr !,
W. M Glffnrd,
Auditor T. O, Poller.
Xoiiro la also given that, pursuant to
tliu terms of suld Chatter, no stock
holder ahull be, individually liable for
the debts of tliu Corporation, beyond
the amount which Bball bo due ii.ou
the t-liuro or shuiea ownnJ or held by
himself. W. M. QIFFAK1),
Hccietnry Wm. O. Irwin tfc Co , L'd.
8 For full particulars apply to
X 1 Jr ill
fififfec, Tea, Chorolnlo k Afilk,
Ste.ikn, Chops, Fish, Ham .t
TAHITI s LEiVIOIADE,
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAHSAFARILLA & IRON WATER,
Bipr Me, Hob Ale, Grertiie, WirrMe, Sarsipilla, ninral Mm, Etc. -
tsr All conummiculioiiH
r-yoA '"'"O tent or lease a Cottage.
.s-tSm -- with nboui four looms;
ffiiS about 10 minutes' walk from
town; on King or Beietnnia htrcets, to
vviiuIr the PlaiiH preferred. Addicss
'L. &, P.," thiii ollli. 022 tf
cJ'Lii A t-O'n'AOK on Vineyard
TevSs5 l a. t-lieet, ici cully occu
BySSsSl'b'd by Mr. A. Johnston.
Nouo but apiTMih deilrniH of becom
ing a permanent luuant need apply.
Applv to K. ,S. UUNHA.
ti A A NK'KLY l'-urnisbed
,-yji , - Front ISnom ut No.
feiS.J Ajbimsjauio. r,2t lvv
AV 4 TO buy a IMcco of Land,
MjKyM X wltli or without build
BSSfeia1, bigs or liiipiovemunts, from 1
to 0 acies lu area, wllbiu a half, to mile
nnd a (piai tcr off the PoPtOlllee. Ad
ibess "X Y Z," IJui.i.ktin Oillce.
IIOUSR with 7 rooms
and bath, on tho cor
ner of Burctaui.i and. Peiina-
cnlastieuts. Cam paps tho door. Ap
ply at this ofllco. 581 tf
FOll TtEN L1
t. T VAjEO Stabloi at picsent
f&3 Li oecimled bv Ilavvallan
iiSafl Transfor (Jo., pui mission
given AiiRUbt I8t. Apply to
J. h. WALKER.
WANTED at ONCE t
.fv or tlueo
S& the coiner of Foit nnd Hotel
street, suitable for threo geiitluincn for
housekeeplnc;. AdihcKH '!'. O. Box
No. 2'J7." '90 tf
TO LET or LEASE
rpiIE Residence of Mrs. A.
L Lone, lu 1'auoa Vallcv.
Sa Apply to
91 Kins St., over J. Nott'b stoic.
VfEW Ladles' or Cbll--Ll
dren's Curt with
IlarnoaB, for nuiall horse,
ut a U'usuuablo price. Apply to
C201w At II,IIackfeld& Co.'s,
ISSUED BY THE
mt!IIAtS2 A. 3icCUKY, resident.
TCT-t V W U asrjTJR TQ3 KZr$?.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OI1DER
Pies, Buns, Roil
Coffee Cakes, CracEcers,
And will be DELIVERED PHER of CHAKG13 to any
JR1X.T.. oi" TT'VTtK:
li'oin X1:"3L r. m.
jv S m
suul order's shoukl be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Having icmoved our S01JA WORKS lo more commodious quarter? at
JVo. SO ST-OHSDi? STJE8.TE33E1,9
(Xear tho Custom House)
Wo an) now nropnied to furni&b at abort notice, and of primo quality, any
of tho following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Piaia, Sweet, Lain, Slrawfierry ir Crisis Sola,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, nnd Crab
Tsing oxcbiuivcly tbo HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
WHtT STKBKT, : : : :
Without a Kival in Prico & Quality 1
Ono-third the Prico of tho Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
BET A Ravine; of 3.1 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Best. jg$
' SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Fresh Butter !
IN HALF-POUND PAVB.
Is tho Fincft Table butter sold in tbo
City of Honolulu.
TO nu 1IAI Ol'
Henry Davis & C&.
Powell's Baggage Express,
3my or Viikoii,
Furnttiiro movinL' a spednllty. Has
gnc;o dellvciod. with proinptnesH and
cine to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King mid Bethel streets. Hull Tele
phono -17!), Mutual Telophono C7.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
part nf tho city. 3
Htuvvs, Boused Tig's Peel, Etc.
to 1 p. 111. "
HENRY DAVOS & CO..
Exclusive Aponts for tbo Hawaiian Islands.
gar, Rice & Coa
rou 8Ai,K nv
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Alto, General Hcrchaniltte,
Kwa Plantation, i Honolulu, Evvn.
'J'ravelera by train or Government
road can sccmo accommodation) and
board. ChaigesicaEOimblc, C02 lm