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Koroij'-n Oflicc Notice.
FoiiKins Oi nou,
Honolulu. II. 1.. Antf. ft, 1S9H )'
tl 1ms pleased Ills Majesty the
Uliitf to appoint His l'x. Hon.
nnd His Kx. Hon.
aistuuk i rin'j:us()N,
to bo Commisiuoneis of Crown Lands
unit Colonel llio Honoiublo
(iEOlUSE W. MAOl-'AlthANi:,
lo bo Commissioner of Cimn LnniN
Mint Land Agent.
Tin lloaid now consist'" of the
above named Cnmini ioner.
(i'21 ISt-liW 1
Plttlfrrit to tietlhcr Sect nor ftirty,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
TIU'llSDAY, AUCUST, 7 1890.
Tlic Celestial Empire, Shanghai,
has tlio following item: "The kola
mil was experimented with during
the German autumn maneuvers of
last year with such evidences of its
ability to enable men to endure im
mense physical labor that the Ger
man War Otllce ordered thirty tons
of it for consumption in the army."
An account of the wonderful quali
ties of this mil appealed long ago in
the Bulletin. If the foregoing item
is true the kola nut ought to stand
high as a candidate for cultivation
among the new products so much
desired in these islands.
TOD MUCH WIND.
A little useless wind blown oh' in
the Legislative hall once upon a
time serves as a diversion both to
members and spectators ; but when
that kind of pastime is too fre
quently repeated or too long contin
ued, it becomes irksome and annoy
ing. This stage has been reached
in the present session. "We no
longer feel amused, but annoyed.
The everlasting clatter of certain
members has become intolerable.
These gentlemen's notion of tint' to
their constituencies and the country
seems to Uc, that they should jump
up on every occasion and every
question, and occupy the valuable
time of the House without giving
one compensating idea in return. Jt
is time they understood that they
were chosen Iry the people to work
in the people's interest, and not to
fritter away the session in childish
and senseless talk, doimr no coofl
themselves and preventing others
who are willing and anxious to work.
If they hae anything to say, n'ml
when they have anything to say, if
ever they have, why, they should
say it ; but not keep up an inter
minable talk day after day without
saying anything whatever. The
House lrjis hitherto shown very great
forbearance, but considering that
I he business of the country is in
urgent need of attention, and is at
the same tune being obstructed by a
few. members, the lightness of whose
heads is indicated by a peculiar
rattle, like a pea in a calabash,
whenever they open their mouths,
it might be well in future, when
these garrulous gentlemen take pos
session of the floor, to imitate the
custom in vogue elsewhere, and
lavc them without a quorum.
DISMISSED WITHOUT CAUSE.
Tho report of the Select Commit
tee "appointed to investigate the
passport frauds which caused the
removal of five perspns from the
Customs Department," justifies the
position taken by the Ifuixrns- at
the time. This paper held that an
injustice was perpetrated in the dis
missal of public servants on tho as
sumption that they were guilty of
wrong-doing, without investigation
and without giving them an oppor
tunity of proving their innocence.
The Committee "could not discover
thatjtn ofllcial investigation had
taken place cither to find or to con
vict" tho guilty parties; but a "re
quest" was sent to the Collector
General, by tho then Minister of
Finance, to "dismiss summarily"
'certain subordinates named, and it
appears tho innocent suffered along
with the guilty. A very unjust pro
ceeding. Tho fact is, tho Ministry
of tho time, under outsido pressure,
l'elt compelled to provide billets for
persons who had rendered political
or other service, nnd thp passport
nbstraoUon affftlr furnished a pre
text for dismissing old employees to
make room for new men.' It is not
our disposition to unnecessarily rake
up and harp upon the unjust or dis
agreeable doings of Ui past. Wc
much prefer to see them buried and
foigoltcn. Hut refer to the matter,
as It ha9 come up in the Legis'alure,
to express the hope that the present
authorities will be careful to avoid
such proceedings, which rue hound
in the end to meet with letrihutinn,
as in litis instance. Dismissals
should be for "c.itibo shown," the
accused having been allowed full
opportunity of self-vindication, and
not as in the case referred to.
OUR AMERICAN LETTER.
Inli'iVNtiiii; I'nltilM for Wi. mini,
. San I'ii wtisco, July 2(1.
The fi evident has sent a'mes'ng"
to the Senate raising tho Hawaiian
mission to the rank of Minister Ple
nipotentiary. Similar action js taken
in regard' to the Danish ami Swia3
missions, and the missions to eei
tain Smith American governments.
There will soon be too much diplo
inatiedignity at Honolulu.
There is a good deal of tall lying
in the ease of the Ueulial Ameiicaii
war. Guatemala denies that any of
its lumps weie engaged, while San
Salvador claims to have defeated
Guatemalan invaders and killed
200 of them. Someone lias blunder
ed 1 1 u!y. President Darrilas of Gua
temala appears to lie by bulletin as
unblushingly as the first Napoleon,
who usually tired the Gallic heart
by converting a sound thrashing in
the Meld into a gloiious victory on
paper. ISitt llariilas has made a
peck" of trouble for himself by order
ing his olllcers to board the Pacific
Mail steamers sailing under the Am
erican flag, and seizing arms destin
ed for San Salvador. Secretary
Blaine now has the choice of arbi
tration on his own account or of
sending a man-of-war to San Jose
and demanding reparation for the
outrage. But as Guatemala subsi
dizes tho Pacific Mail steamers a
technical defence is possible.
The latest advices from San Sal
vador intimate that six battles have
been fought with uniform victory
for the Salvadorian army, which is
said to be penetrating into the heart
of Guatemala bent upon overthrow
ing Barriias. The Guatemalans
are said to have lost several field
A revolution at Buenos Ayrcs was
frustrated by tha prompt action of
the Government. Arrests have been
made and the trials were at once set.
The city is practically fn a state of
siege. The gold panic at Buenos
Ayres and Monte Video continues.
A serious riot at Santiago, Chile,
was suppressed by the military.
The week has its regular bulletin
of cloudbursts in Colorado and cy
clones in Minnesota and North Da
kota, accompanied by serious loss
of life and property. Nevada also
records a serious forest tire.
The steady advance in the price
of silver since tho President signed
the Silver Bill attracts attention in
Kngland. The law comes into ope
ration in September, 1890. Delmar,
who was secretary of the famous
silver commission, predicts the most
serious monetary panic of the cen
tury in or about 1802, unless Con
gress nexl session remonctizes silver
and provides a sulflcient supply of
money for the business of the coun
try. There can be no doubt that
the success of the usurer class, led
by Sherman in the Senate, has been"
to aggravate the stagnation in busi
ness. Trade would have responded
to a free coinage bill, but it docs
not respond to a law which is intend
ed to restrict coin circulation and
increase the value of gold. Should
Delmar's prediction be verified the
result may bo disastrous in mors di
rections than one. The producing
and labor classes would not tolerate
the continuance of a system which
wrecks their business periodically
and i educes them to beggary to en
rich noto shavers and usurers, and
when the work of demolition sets in
no one can tell where it will stop.
1 enclose article from the Chroni
cle of the 2Jth describing tho desti
tute condition of eight Mormon ka
nakas, it is to bo hoped that Min
ister Cummins will take stops to
ascertain tho exact condition of all
kanakas in Utah and in Mormon
Territory generally, and make tho
facts known throughout the Islands.
A true statement of fact would
check the emigration to Utah from
Hawaii. Tho returning emigrants
should be able to offset tho vvoik of
tho apostles of Joe Smith's religion
of lust and womau'a degradation.
A freight war in the China trado
is threatened. The Canadinn Paci
fic is sending its six chnilcred steam
ers to San Francisco to compete
with the Pacific Mail and O. and O.
Companies for freight nnd passen
gers to China. J. 1), Spreekels &
Bros, will be local agents. The two
American steamship companies will
retaliate, and have already opened
agencies at Vancouver, Victoria and
A great crime has beon conupittcd
in Canada. Some miscreant cut tho
rope attaching a raft of logs to tho
fihoro about sixty miles above Ot
tawa, and let it drift into the rapids.
Twenty men wero asleop on the raft
nnd only two escaped. They were
awakoued.only when the lapids toro
tho raft asunder. No clue to tho
DAILY BULLKTIJM ; HONOLULU, H. If,
The lost Earl of Shnunon has
tinned up sound and hearty, and
Hailed cm-Wednesday last from New
York for England, with his brother,
Lord Henry Boyle.
The diplomatic correspondence
on tho Behi ing Sea dispute is inliir
cting loading. Blaine lias promt
himself to he - far abler iiiiiu Hunt
THE Stl.VlK O.CI STlOX.
Mr. Chaplin, Minister of Agiiuul
lure, England, In an address tn
farmers the other day, attributed
the advance in agricultural products
to the silver legislation in America.
Tho silver question has been reopen
ed in Congtess at the following des
Washington. July 21. In the
Senate Morgan intiodu'ced a bill to
fix a limit to the value and provide
for the tiee coinnge of silver. It
was referred lo the Committee on
Finance. It recites that the maiket
value of silver bullion is rapidly
appioachlng the value of gold oil
the standard 1 elation flpd by tht
laws of t lie United State ; thalthere
is no provision of law for the coin
age of the standard silver dollars or
the purchase of silver bullion by the
Government when the valuu of sil
ver bullion exceeds 81 for 117 1 1
grains puie silver. Jt thorofore pro
vides that the unit of value in the
United States F-Jinll be a dollar of
112A grains of standaid silver, or
lJ;i 5-10 grains of gold; lint thosis
coins shall be a legal tender for all"
debts, public and private ; that any
owner of silver or gold bullion may
deposit it at any mint, lo be formed
into dollars or bar1' for his benefit
He called the special attention of
the Finance Committee to Hie bill,
which, he said, was tho same as had
already received a majority of sev
enteen in the Senale. He had in
tioduced it because ho was convinc
ed that in the lapid advance of the
price of silver bullion in the markets
of the world the time was not fir
distant, to say the least, when silver
and gold bullion would be on a par
witli each other. When that lime
did arrive the law, as it now stood
would not permit the Government
to buy Mlver bullion if tueic was
any shade of appreciation in
its pi ice beyond the prico of
gold, and there was no provision
of the law for the coinage of liny
silver except that purchased before
silver reached that point. In view
of what appeared to be in the air, as
well as on land and sea, in regard
to the immediate fututeof the coun
tiy, he thought that it would bo well
enough to make provision, so that
silver or gold bullion would not be
withdrawn from the United Slates
by ether interested governments
and hoaulcd up in their great hank
IS IT POSSIBLE'
Is it possible that one of tl.o
lambs of the Y. M. C. A. has been
dealing illegally in alcohol? 'Hie
committee on commerce, etc., ieport
so, but surely it must he mistaken.
The members roust have been
What"! 3377J gallons of t'.ie dam
nable poison sent North to conveit
Indians, and furnish strong waters
for whalers 1 Wu never will believe
it. That committee should be drawn
and quaiterod. lint, if by any sad
chance the report be true, then we
advise that Mrs. Batcham be re
quested to liansfcr her attentions
forthwith from the Legislative Hall
to the Y. M. C. A. buildings and
there instruct some of the innocents,
on the beauties and holies of tem
perance. We arc full to the throat
of hypocrisy in Hawaii mi, and are
shedding occaii9 of tears for the do
pravity of man. May they have
mountains of sorrow for their por
tion! Ai.vs! A i.as!
QPLENDID It the Ice
O rienui Soda at lliu
lee Cream f'mlois.
A OOOI) Cook for a lanelion Hawaii.
Apply at ihlh oillce. isiti tf
Itublujr Stsini) Ageiioyl
OKI) KRS for Jltilibor Stamps or every
by return steamer from Hnu I'raucUeo.
Complete illuitiatcd catalogue, at our
oillce. Piiees icasonabte.
J. i:. UJtOWX A CO.,
025 1 w Mcivliiiiit t-ti i-oj.
ALL persons nro foibldilcn to ties
pass or to allow cattle on the
Plantation mid liluu .Mill of Kaaliieu,
Kool.ui. AH p u ties found on tho lands
lifter 8 oMlocl: tit night will bo piose
cuted to the lull extent of the law.
KING UUP WAl CO .
Per Lung Chung Wa.
ALL hills outstanding over ono year
and not paid by Augiut hMli, will
bo publicly ailveillM'd for mIc.
(Juab. J. FIHHCr,,
The T.failinsx Sllllliierv House, corner
lOi A lintel streets. 020 lw
HON. S. M DAMON' will act for mo
under full power of attorney,
during my absence ft om iho Kingdom,
W. V. ALLKX.
Honolulu, July ill, 18P0. (122 1m
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Auction Sales by Janus F. Morgan,
Receiver's Sale I
On SATUKDAY, Aug. Dili,
AT itt O'CLOCK NOOr
i At tho Salesionni of Jas. 1 Morgan,
i Queen street, will be nold at 1'iilille
t..ilMi. ..It .1... Ti:At.. H'lltr. .....I l..
iitiviii.u, mi niu, 4ii,it, iinu mm in
terest of Manuel do Oouvcla lu ihn
Lund? at Kona, Hawaii.
1 Lands of Ifnnvvnloa, Hawaii, 1000
acres, moru or less.
2-3-10 Acin at North Kona.
3 -Lind Commission Avwirrt 0107.
Liases of 7' Pieces or Lands,
.situated in Noitli Kona, Hawaii.
CW Further pailicuhirs In Weekly
r.iUDttc, or on nppliu.nluii to llishnp it
Co. or ,f. D. Paris, Jr., lteeelvor.
.IAS. F. MO UG AN,
On SATlJJfcIxV An;;. Ol h,
AT 10 OTMK'It .1. M..
At the stnie nt Mesis II. Ilackfel-t Ar
Co., Queen "stieet, I will sell at Public
Aiietiuii for account of whom it may
concern, the following Merchandise
d imaged bv salt water, on voj 'mo of
Impoitittlon per Got man luik Admits"
f i om IJromerhaveu :
H H & C
51 es, 2fl boxes ea, 7 lb, Tol'ct Snap
H,1 in triangle; B
17ir 1 Ole, HO pairs UlucGicy ItlanKets
17381 ble, .11 pahs 2 Point P.laiuep
H H & Co
202- 1 C, 7 doz SlllN
H, in frianrjle; H
1721-1 C3, 20 doz Pelt Hats
H H &Co
Stf.--1 cs. i2d07. Mhroi,
U)2-l cb, liiO gross Pcail Bullous
H, in tnanglo; B
1777- 1 ble, 3.1 pes Blown Cotton". 1WK1
H M &. Co.
10-1 ble, 20 M Corks
34-33 120 b$s ea, 27 pkgs Paraffin Can
dles U - C, cs ea, 10 l)vs at 7 lbi, Wash Blue
in -S cs ca, 50 lixs at J lbs, Wnsli Blue
.;8-100 C3 ea, iiO lbs lue. .Mottled Soap
5S - 5 cs ea, 15 lbs, White. Toilet Soap
H, la triangle; tl
17091 bin, 25 pieces llrilli, 1000 vanls
fiOl 1 cs 2 doz Slices
182 ea Kerosene O.l
1-00 cs ea, J doz quarts Lager Beei
25 cs ea. S tloz pints L-igeV Beer
H "0 Cj e i. -I dor. quart Lager Beer
1 S en ea, 8 doz pints Lngur Beer
!J0 bbls White Bros Poilland Cement
G & Co
202G.-. 1 eg, 1 doz Pouches
W R, in triangle
!S02-1!)51 2.1 es ea,-t doz nuaits Lager
H H & Co
02 -15 coll ea. 112 lbs Pence. Wire.
15 colli ea,
800 103 coils en.
112 lb Pence U he,
SO bhls ea 30 gallons White Vinegar
7csua,22l chcela Tliiiilntu .Melvn, lc
S c ea, 221 Eheeb, Tinpl.ito Mclyn. 1x
3 p p:i. 112 sheets Lendptiitca D'lt I),
lc 2Cxl t
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. V. MORGAN,
'TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
lly order of A. ,T. C'nitwilghl, Esq ,
the Trustee of tho lSstulu of iho lato
Queen Dowager Lmma ICaleleonilanl.
deceased, nuil under license of sale
from Ihe Supremo Court, sitting as a
Com t of Probate, I am directed to Fell
at Public Auction, at my Salcsioom, In
On WEDNESDAY, August 27,
AT 1 O'CLOCK. XOO?:.
Of Hint day, all and singular that cer
tain Property hltiuito in Niiitauu Val
ley. Honolulu, Oahu, and known as or
And belm: the same PremlFcs described
in lloyal Patent No. 1)7, and containing
au ui eu of H H2-1Q0 acres. ,
The above Premises wero formerly
occupied by the linn W. L. Green, anil
have a Dwelling and Out-houscs upon
PTor further particulars apply to
Cecil l)i own or A. J. Cauwright.
JAS. F. MOltOAN,
025 17t Auctioneer.
Old Capitol Bul'dlcffj, Hercfcaut Ct.
AGENTS for Pacific Coast. Supply
Association, Alexander A ( o 'a
Itubber (Stamps, Adjuntablo iloqulto
Screens, to Jit any window; Pitt As
Scott'd Parcels ExpicyR, 'Builhigtou
lloute, anroBS America and to Azores j
Etc., 1. fi21 lw
AUGUST T, ltfc.
Oli 2XJ5TW YOIrIS: -
Oash Assets, : : : . : :
mCKARD A. .tlcUHZSDY, President.
Z6T For full particulars npply to
3 pHHE $ M iirifl!
P 1 a i ii
.L JLClb y J3.iL
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
J0JT And will be DELIVERED FttEE of CHARGE to any
JtJtLTj oi" IT a ICE:
CofTee, Tea, Choeolato Jr Milk,
StcalcR, Chop?, Pish, Hani ,t EggK,
TAHITI s LEIiiOfWADE,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPABJLLA & IRON WATER,
Giier Ale, Hod Ale, Grenafline, Raspfterryafle, Sarsauarilla, Miaeral Walifli, Etc'
iQr All ooiuiinuilc.'itioiis
wa rPO tent orleae a CottaRO
,teiJ3S L with about four rooms;
fcgg2aSnbollt0nlllllltes, wall; from
town; on KIiir or Iteretanta street, lo
waids the Pl.iim piefeiied. Addiess
'L. &U.," this office. (i2J tf
iwIW A A ( O'n'AOP, on Vineyard
&;'&& V street, leeenilv oequ
KKKSsSi?pled by Mr. A. Johnston.
None but a person dealrnin of beeom
hi a peviniiner.l tenant need apply.
Apply to V. fi. CUNUA.
.kn.r A Xf'Ef.Y Pniiilheil
iUf'iXfi 1 coin Komii :it No.
dams Hi ne.
.J)'?4- A TT0 buy a Piece of Lnnil,
.piT wltn or without build;
aSia? inga or improvements, fiom 1
to 5 aciea hi area, wlililu a hxlf. to mile
and a ijmiriur off ihe PotOlllec. Ad
dict 1X V Z," Bui.U'.TlN Otllce.
I) 10 lit
IIOUSK with 7 rooms
md bath, on tboco'r-
lieretaula ami Peneu-
cola streets. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply at this office. D81 tf
POK ltliN L'
LEl.EO Ktnblo at jno'cnt
ii..i,milnil ht ll.iiviilltiii
iSMTitinRfur fn., purinlBblou
Riven August 1st. Apply to
008 if .1. a. WALKER.
WASTED lit ONCE !
A COTTAGE within two
or three blocks from
i the corner of Fort and Hotel
streets, suitable for thiec gcntlciiiun for
housfkcpliiff. Address ,ll O. Lox
No. 207." M0 if
TO LET or LEASE
rpiIE Resldeneo of Mrs. A.
1 Long, hi Pauoa Valley.
01 KIiir St., over J, Nott's stnip.
NEW Lidles' or Chil
dren's Curt with
Harness, for small horeo,
at a ltasuniihlo prlco. Apply to
At II, Ilackfold & Co.'s,
ISSUED BY THE
TCJSl W O SrJ? JES.1B BIlrJ7.
ALWAYS OX HAND A-ND TO OTIDEU
fit'onx 13:30 sn. in. to
and orders should bo addressed to
"RENRON". RMTTTT - no
Hiivinr; removed oui SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
tvo. so sportrx? istreet,
(NTear ihe Custoui House)
We arn now pippareil to furni-li nt shoit notice, atul of primo quality, any
of the followine; High Class Aerated Ucverages:
Plain, Sweet, Leu, Strawterrj or Gream Sofia,
Sursaparilla, SarEaparilla & Iron Water, and Crob
lWiiE exeliisivoly the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
KT STICK lT.
Without a Itivul
Ono-tliird tho Prico of the
fi7" A Saviiijj of 33 Per Cent in Cost
Fresh Butter !
IN HAIjF-rOUKD VA'i'B.
Is the Finest Tablo Butter sold In Hie
City of Honolulu.
TO 1115 had oi'
Henry Davis & Co,
Powell's Biiggajgo Express,
aruy or "Wiikoii.
Puriiltiiro mnvlnp a speciality, Rii";
gaRO dellvcied with promptness and
caio to any part .of city. Stand, corner
of King anil Bethel streets. Hell Tele
phone 470, Mutual Telephone f7.
15. JR oasis.
Agent for tho Ilnvvniinu Islands.
part of the city. jgsQJ
Stewa, Soused PigV Fc t, Eto.
1 j. m.
UJ. WW VV.,
V-A L !
in Price & Quality !
Housokooper Sliou'.d Uso It !
nnd Quality tho Very Best.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho llnwfiii.in Inland.
ugar, Rice & Goal
FOR SALE BY -
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Alto, Ocnerul Merchandise,
Evva Plantation, i llouolulu, Ewa,
Travelers by train or Government
road can bccuro ncconimodatlotis and
board. Charges rpasonnblc, 002 1m