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. . DATLY BTJIiLStrerj HQfrOT,t7IA7 H fM A.V6-&V & iBJld.
BY AUTHORi "Y.
by the owner hlrasclf, that n vcfjr ror.l bstato In the city suburbs
larce percentage ot those lings died would bo increased many I race
To piiovtDK rem Tin: Payment or
SALAmus ash Expenses or Tin:
GOVKnSMEST, UNrlliTHH 30tu iuy
or KErTEMDEit, A. n. lSOn,
Be it enacted by th" J'ing and the
Legislature of tbc llmraiian
Suction 1. Tho Minister of Pi
uancc is hereby iMithori.c(l to con
tinue to pay Snliuies of (Joveruiuent
Officers ami the ONpcnsO! of the
several departments nnd buicniis of
tho Government onunieiatod in Sec
tions 1 and II of Chapter LXNV. of
the Laws or 1SSS until ilic Will day
of September, A. I. ISIHi. unlcs 11
now Appiopiiation Dill !: pnn-ed by
the Logial.ituie before aid lst men
Suction 2. This Art shall take
nn"ect upon the date of its approval.
Appioveil this Clh ihiy of August,
A. P. JS90.
Dy the Kin;;:
C. X. SrK.vcr.it,
Minister of the Interior.
Foreign Ollice jN'olico.
Honolulu, H. J., Am;. ."), 1890.)
It hast pleaped His Majesty the
King to appoint Hip Ex. Hon.
nail His Ex. lion.
AKT1IUR P. PETERSON,
to he Commis.?ioners of Crown Lands,
and Colonel I ho Honorable
GEORGE- W. ,M ACFAR-LANE.
to he Commissioner of Cinwi Lands
and Land Agon I.
The TJoaid now eon.-iM of the
above named Cominifcrioiicn.
CM .lt-153 It
'X' XI J3
P!,l(;e(l to neither Sect ncr Patty,
But cstabliskftl for the beucSt of all,
FRIDAY, AUGUST, 8 1830.
In the matter of sea fisheries there
appears to be a misapprehension in
the minds of tomo people, who eon
leiul for Lite opening of those fisher
ies to the public by Act of the Legis
lature, without regard for vested
rights. These people should under
stand that fisheries in this country
are as much private property as
land esta'tes. They are bought and
sold in the same way. There is no
more injustice in taking from a man
for public purposes, without com- I
jt;isiHiuii, ;i jm.'cu in mini which iiv
has acquired by purchase, inherit
ance, or other legal process, than in
confiscating a fishery which he has
become the. possessor of in the same
way. Ho has as much and as good
legal claim to the fishery .'is to the
land. When land owned by a pri
vate person is. needed for public
U3C, the government may legally
take possession for that purpose,
but not without fully compensating
the owner for his loss. This is rea
sonable, right, and just. To appro
priate tiio land and omit the com
pensation would bo a barbarous act
of the grossest injustice. AVhy
should "water estate," acquired pre
cisely in the same waj", be consider
ed property that the government
may seize for public use, without
purchase from the owner? Such
proceeding would bo manifestly
unjust. We conceive that the sea
fisheries should bo public properly,
and have at different times advocated
this view ; but they can justly be
made so only by purchase.
,. !. ......
larKe percentage of those lings tuiru wouiu no iccreaseu mnuy uim-o
on the passage nun were imuu : men mmwi .., -j ........-,
overboard. Thooc that reached our water from the city system avaiht
sbores alive were, of course, told to ' blu thereon. Besides the above ad
our Chinese pork-dealers, killed for . vantages arising hum mi extension
the rmiikct and consumed by our i of the city water syatom, TOO liorso
cosmopolitan community, but not j power would be created ut the same
before the disease, that appears to time and could be made available
be verv contacious, bad been com- lor running macninery 10 uiigeimui
muuieatcd to other animals of it a
kind, till it has now forced ils way
to cry nearly all quarters in and
But the gravity of this statement
i3 only realized when, instead of do
ing away with and burying the car
casses as, no doubt, every light
thinking person wijl dd, some of our
Chinese dealers, not -atisficd to sill
their own sick slock, as they are
not going to throw anytmng away
that has cost them money, go ami
buy on the outside for nine or Hom
ing, these diseased animals, kill
them before dviug, dress tbcin for
the market, 'and ready they arc to
be consumed at full pork pi ice by
This is the fact, and very easily
proven, though persons engaging in
this kind of business will deny it
for their name s sake and to fuvc
their business from ruin.
J lor one strongly object to such
a treatment irom the hands of our
Chinese co-inhabitants, and if our
present board of health, that is .aid
knows about it, is not strong enough
10 face this question, Ictus have an
othcr one that can, and if required
to shut up every pork shop in town,
for I have no regard or sympathy
for people, whoever they are, that do
not hesitate to endanger life when
the .question of dollars and cents
arises. If the Chinaman liimsil
relishes such dishes a3 spoken of,
let him go ahead, but I want him to
spare rue with them, as I have no
Kiisto for meats of that kind.
I believe Jonn cinnaraan is in
fringing too much on us in this way
and think that it is time to com
mence to look a little after him in
his shop, and especially in the fish
market, where he offers almost daily
meats and fish of questionable
freshness and quality, to judge by
the looks and smell of them.
All over the civilised world, and
especially in Europe, the authori
ties are very vigilant on health mat
ters, and 'great precautions arc
taken against introduction from
countries, where epidemical disease
is known to exist ; but here in this
country it seems to be nobody's bu
siness, at least nobod- looks after
it, for how could it otherwise be
possible, that whole cargoes of dis
eased stock are dumped on our
shorea without the slightest objec
tion of anyone. There must be a
screw loose somewhere. Is there
no law regarding these matters in
existence)1 Or, is it simply a dead
letter, and not enfoiccdV If the first
is the case, why not make a law
now, while our Legislature is in ses
sion? I should think that all stock
arriving fiom other countries ought
to be examined before being allowed
to be landed, and in case of suspi
cion subjected to quarantine for a
sufficient length of time to show if
any sickness is in existence.
J. C. S.
Auction Sales by taos F, Morgan,
Receiver's Sale 1
On MAI'URDAY, Any. tfili,
At the S'dctrnnin of Jti?. K Jlnrpnn,
electric hgk thus kl!IIK loo birds AmnoSt
with one stone. ies MlWIC, ,,; oouvclu la the
The total expense for tlio llono- iJlimd at k0iu, Hawaii.
mil 1 UAL
ISSUED BY THE
rfs,na?i ra ?., EP
tjsrs IS Mffi35"aL.
of WBsw yorb:
lulu Water Works during the past
38 year has been SU.)8,898.S0 ami
tho receipts for tlio same time have
been SC0l,lM:.0U, thus leaving only
$57,63fi.7-l of debt, and with a wa
ter piopcrty owned by the Govern
ment worth SST3,ni)0 commercial
value. Besides the income in dol
lars named above, the Government
lias been roa-unably upp!ied with
water for all purposes tree 01
The cloctiii' light dues not figure
so favorably as it is yet in its in
fancy, but there is "light ahead;"
and perhaps a larger revenue will
eventually be lcnllzcd from it than
from the water system, if the im
provements contemplated are ear
ned into effoit. The estimated re
venue detived from thi3 source dur
ing the pusent pctiod, if the con
templated improvement was com
pleted, would be $57. GOO and the
running cxpensis lor the v.une
period 88ty2!J, leaving net over
5-20,000 lor the peiiod, v'hich would
pay the inlerct for the lime, and
rapidly repay the principal a the
years roll oil, and after all is paid
the income reali.ed after paying ex
penses, iil bo a direct Government
lealizaiion, and we are informed
tltat the system is capable of being
still further improved in futiue
"periods." Boiides the income
above named the Government would
have its supply of light without cost,
and the streets of Honolulu would
be lighted at the same rate.
So your committee think, as the
burden of these improvements have
been borne by the people at large
these many yesus that as a biisi
nc'JS venture wisdom would dictate
that now as they piomise all to be
come profitable they should be
speedily carried to a successful issue
by the Government, and by so do
ing no injustice in the cud will re
sult to the people outdidu of Hono
lulu a3 their taxes will eventually be
lighter in consequence of these Gov
Jxo. JI. Ilonxr.n,
Auction Sales by James F. Korgin.
1 Lauds of Kaawalea, Hawaii, 1000
acres, morn or less.
23-10 Aeie at Xotth Knnn.
3 --Liiiil CoininlsiUn Award? G107.
Leases of ' Pieces of Lands,
.Situated In North Komi, Hawaii.
!.?;- rnrllipr paitlcnl.trr, In Weekly
("iiizettc. or on application to DMinp t
Co. or if. I). ParK Tr.. Receiver.
IMOISAIHJ A KuCVnnY, Prrsideut.
tar For full particulars nr-ply to
$. :0. 3SJOSE.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
tiS K 5 '-i.il
I 3W i BaL
iv cj cj-tv rv qj S'jp.b. si:.Tj:rJ?.
On WEDNESDAY, Augusi
AT 10 (i'i'J.CHlIt A. 31..
At the lesblence of Mils. K. W.L INR,
Hotel streer, I thl mil at I'nliliu Auc
A 1IIIIT TO P03K-EATERS.
Believing it to bo tho duty of
every citizen, in fact every one liv
ing in the country, to bo a guardian
to tlio public welfare, and to pro
tect people from danger, I a&k you
in tho name of the latter to give
Miaco in your paper for tho follow
It may not bo known except to
the Chinese, and a few others, who
are owners or deal in tho article,
that there in at present raging
amongst pigs an epidemical disease,
that 1b increasing daily, and threat
ens the existence of every porker ou
the islands, iuvolving heavy losses
to owners, if there is no check put
This disease is supposed to have
originated from a lot of hogs,
brought by a dealer in a sailing ves
sel from the coast a couple of
months ago. It is known by tho
beet authority, even acknowledged
REPORT OF COMMITTEE QH WA
TER WORKS, ETC.
IIoN-oitAUix J. S. Wai.iiuu, Presi
dent of the Legislature ot the
Duau bin: Tho Special Commit
tee appointed by virtue of a resolu
tion adopted by this House July 1st,
dircctintr us to "investigate and re-
poi t upon the matter of public rev- I
eiiue being used for the improve- I
ment and protection of private pro
pert in Honolulu which the public
have no interest in," now beg to
state that they have taken the mat
ter into consideration, and as the
public Market, Water Woiks, and
Klectric Light arc three of the items
brought to our notice for investiga
tion, we beg leave to report upon
these now, and hope to be able to
make a report at some iuturo time,
upon all the items brought before
In this report we only give re
sults, not details. The three items
named above are revenue producers,
and promise in the near future of
yielding a revenue sufficient not
only to pay the running expenses
and cost of repairs, but nlso enough
to reimburse the Government lor
the money used in their construc
tion with the inlcicst thereon, and
thereafter produce a net revenue for
the use of the Government.
Already the market yields a hand
some profit. In the past period tho
income has been 815,20.05 being
81,000 in excess of the rate shown
in tho last year of the last period.
The estimated income for the
present period i3 17,000 and the
expense of running for the same
period 84,200 leaving a handsome
profit of 512,800 for the use of the
Tho Water Works do not yet
make such a satisfactory showing
but it is encouraging as its revenue
increases as tho improvements pro
gress and may yet becomo an im
portant source of public revenue, as
its increase is constant and con
siderable. During the period ending 1880
the receipts were only 88,9G0.31
while the receipts for the period
ending 1800 were S80,G01.0.r). Tills
revenue is capable of a still larger
and immediate increase by an ex
tension of the existing system to
tho suburbs of tho city ; by bo doing,
not only would direct revenues bo
derived therefrom, but largo areas of
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET,
Center, Sof.i it Door ltujjs
I IMlet S Dans Square Piano,
Fiofiuct Tables, Fancy Screen,
liptiol-tereil Lounge, J. w. Uiairs,
X 33U?lz Walnut
B. W. Miirbleton Slilubosiirt,
French China Dinner A: Tea Set,
Crockery .t Glacswnic,
Motiv -Bytiraoin Sit,
OW lt Auctioneer.
On SATURDAY, Awjj. 9tl.
AT 10 OX'I.Ot'it A. 31..
Mtliextoic t .M"5-n. II. Marl: fold S
Co., Que. n slici-U 1 will Ml at Public
Auction fnr M'l'oiiiit oJ whom U may
conci'i'it. the follow bn: Moreliamlt-e
d.uungcd by salt water, on voyiu;c of
Impoi latum per Cerium bark .Mltiin.-."
II H iCo
fi 1 c.5. 2j boxes ea, 7 lb', ToPet Soap
H, in tiianflle; B
17r,-,l ole, r.n pairs Mice Oicy Blanket
17:!S 1 bio. -U pairs i l'olut IJlaukeW
H H & Co
2021 c-, T doz Suits
H, in triangle; B
172-1-1 cs 20 doz i'elt fats
H hi & Co
p,ISl (.:. 12 Ho. Mirrors
l'!2 1 es, HiOgioss Pearl Buttons
H, in triangle; B
17771 ble, Hi pc Brown Cottons, liiS.1
ii li A Co.
10-1 ble, 20 M 'oiks
J4-3'J 120 bxs ca, 27 pkgs Vnr.iftln Can
dles U-C es ea, 10 bss at 7 b. Wash Blue
15-8 c ea, 50 bxs at ( lbs. Wash Blu-;
5S 100 es ca, 50 lb, flue .Mottl-'d Soap
30 -ii cs ea, i: IN, While Toilet Soap
II, in triangle;
17091 ble, '2o pieces Pi Ills, 1000 yards
001 1 es 2 dnz Shoes
132 es Kerosene 0-l
1- CO es ea, 1 doz quarts Lager Beer
25 cS ea, S doz pints Lngor Beer
;i;o es ea. -1 doz quarts Lager Beor
1 3 es ea, b uoji plats Lager iiecr
30 bbls White Bros Pot Hand Cenicnl
2512031 e?, 1 doz Pouches
W R, in triangle
1802-11)31 23 es ca, -1 doz quarts Lager
H H A Co
:102 15 coils ca, 112 lbs Pence Wire,
300 105 coils ea, 112 lbs Fence Wire;
:10 bbls ea :',0 gallons White Vineuar
7 es ea, 221 bects Tinplato Mclyu, lo
." cs ea, 22J,Miccts Tinplato Melyn. Ix
03 cs ca, 112 sheets Leadplntcs f) 11 D.
ALWAYS ON HAND AM1 TO OT.'DISB
t- S "
I J 1 1
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers, Etc, Etc.
gjST And will be DEL1VEUED FUEE of CIIAKGE to any part of the cily. 0
1 1 I J
O -p g c (f
Coffee, Tea, Obocolate
Steaks, Chops, Fish, Ham & Eggs,
Oyntor SfewH, Soured Pig's Feet, Etc
IT,!'.' f -"- '-' T.W-MnUBT..
pfiB a si u a e y a mffitfx
m mi. zi i r-a casi ci m
p siwi i y i fa iwiiip
Dinner from ll:SO aa. m. to 1 p. b.
iyi'fi-gL!3tqj5afc--rv-smjui.:iw p, iMpfigfLiK!
P P Wkg3
EL?.H E "5 V C- IA
m n S 6
"T ' - ' "
TAHITS ; LEMONADE,.
CK) U2i UlfU Vnf S i a U tW U 6. KJA M U U N u M WU ha ! hM. J n bu K M n -V4J" i&r ICS HUH
2 a ve? Rtitaa ui
Solo Proprietors of BAILEE'S SAESAPAHILLA & IROH WATEE,
8iior Ale, Hep Ho, Grsaaflii, 8ermie, SanngiirUla, Inml WjIiw, Etc.
tGf All ou.jiuii.IatioJis anil ortk'rs slinnlti bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
jV1 . rPO r.-Ht or lease a Cottsigc
-ftw4 JL with about four roimiti;
EjtVJSSii&; about 10 minutes' walk from
town"; on Kiiij; or Berolauia f-'.reeip. to
waiiU the Plains preferro. I. "Address
"L. & (.'.," Ibis otlko. fi22l t
1 " Hew Empress " Rango & Uteiull,
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Veranda Clwltfs & .Settee,
Large Variety of FERHS,
Tern Standi, Etc.,- Etc.
JAS. F. JMUIIOAI
HAWAIIAN Council Xo. C80, Amo
ilcan l.Ciiinn of lienor, iiiecih
THIS (I'vlday) EVENING, at 7:80
o'clock, at llurmonv Hull. King street
02C It Secietary.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
(Jul 3t Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALG OF
REAL ESTATE I
,r&.& ftyiTAGE on Vineyard
?yri 1 - street, recently oceu
fe.vfj?kf pje.l by Mr. A. .Johnston.
None but a person desirous" of becom
ing a pcruianecit tomtit need upplv.
Apply to E.S. CUN1IA.
BY a Young Man a tltuation as par
1 dener and also to attend hor.en
and drive, and make hluibclf gciifrullv
useful. Address "P. O. Box 47r.."
Honolulu, II. I. WO 21
liubbor SsuJl Agency!
OBDEItfi for Itutiber Stamps of every
description taken. To be delivered
by return steamer from Him Francisco.
Complete ilhintrated catalogue nt our
ollice. Pi lees reaBoiuiblc,
.1. E. BItOWN CO.,
fi'23 lv Mei chant (tivet.
By order of A. .T. Cai uvright, E-q ,
the Trustee of tho Estate of tho late
Queen Dowager Emma Kideleonalunl.
deceased, and under licence of fi'ilc
from the Supremo Court, sitting as a
Court of Probate, I mn directed to tell
at Public Auction, at my Saleroom, In
On WEDNESDAY, August
at ia o'ui.ouis xou:;.
Of that day, all and, singular that cer
tain Propei ty Mtuato in Niuianu Val
ley. Honolulu, O.'diu, and known aa or
Front Boom nt No.
I Adunis I iini". 021 ly
Ji-iy n TO buy a Piece of Lund,
&T& L Willi or without bulld
gJ h'g oi Improvuments, fiom 1
to 5 aerca In area, within a half, to mile
and a quarter off the Poet Ollice. Ad
diess "X Y Z," IJijt.I.i:tis Ollkc.
Having removed cur SODA WOIIKS to more commodious quarters at
(Near the Custom House)
Wo aic now ptcpaicd to furiiis.li at short notice, and of primo quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Fiii,- SwwL, Leiuoa, Siiwtey or Cream Hi
Saraaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
U.-ig oxclucively the HYATT PURE WATEU BYSTEW
mnw NTKKKT. : : : :
HON. S. M DAMON tfIII act for ino
under full power of attorney,
iluriiic iny ab.senco from Hie Klngdoui.
h W. V. ALLEN.
Honolulu, July 31, UsUO, 022 lm
TVl OTICB Is hereby given that I will
ii not pay ilobu conti acted In my
nanio without niy wrlttou order.
w. o. AOiir.
Honolulu, July 7, 1800, 098 lm
And liclnj: the same Premises described
in Itoyal Patent No. 1)7, and containing
an area of 8 02-100 acres.
The nbovo Premises wcio formerly
occupied by tho Hon W. L. fiieen, and
have a Dwelling ami Out-houses upon
tar For further pai titulars apply to
Cecil lirowu or A. J. Oamwlght.
?. A HOUSE with 7 rooms
t&'jjjsk and bath, on the cor
ISjSil ner of JJerctania and Peiifla
cola streets. Cars pass the door. Ap
ply at this ollice. 5S1 If
FOIl KEN C
T ELEO Stables at pifient
iiiitiittloil wr 1 f u'fiUiti
SJSSal Transfer .Co.. pcrmlsRlnu
gben August lht.
J. . WALKEK.
Without a Rival in Price & Quality J
One-third the Prioo of the Iloyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Uso It !
gj3T A Baving of in Per Cent in Cost and Quality tlio Very Best. mrC3
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
oT'l Bin Exclusive Agents for tlio Hawaiian Inlands.
JAS. F. 31 ORGAN,
023 17t Auctioneer.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Old Capitol EalLlingt, Merchant St.
AGENTS for Pueblo Coast Supply
Association, Alexander fc L'o 's
ItubbPi' Stumps, Adjustable. JIos.qiill(i
Kercnie, to lit any wludowpPitt &
ScottV ParcelH Express, lliirlliigton
Uoute, ncrosd Aincrlca ami to Azores:
Etc., Etc. C21 lw
WATfTED nt, OXCE I
liS, & A COTTAGE within two
M?Js$$ -t. or three blocks from
ESSssa Hi" corner of Fort and Hutel
streets, suitable for three gentlemen for
housekeeping. Addiess !'. O. box
No. 207." . C'JO if
TO LET or LEASE
it& is uirj jiemut'iieu oi airs. a.
''iMa Jl Lone:. In l'auua Vallov.
3 Apply to
31 King fit., over J. Nott's ptore.
ata rcusunablc price.
620 lw At II, Hackfeld & Co.'s.
Mew Zealand ,
in HAi.ii'-i'orjrn) pavb,
IstheFlncFt Table Iluttor sold In Urn
City of Honolulu.
to in: had or
Henry Davis & Co.
Powell's Baggage En press,
Jroy or AVntfou.
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Alio, General Mcrcbaniliso.
Ewa Plantation, t Honolulu, Ewn.
Travelers by train or Government
road can securo accommodation!) and
board. Charges iciiHonablc. 002 lm
ART CLASSES I
Furnlturo moving a uporlallty. Itag
gago delivered with iiroinptno's and
euro' to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and iJethel streets. Hull Tele
phone 479, Mutual Telephone HI,
MR. Allen Hutchinson bolds a clans
in modelling at bis studio, Nuu
niiii avenue, every TueMlay and (Satur
day. For particulars apply 'bell Tele
phone 521. 007 lm
KEAWI Beans for cattlo at 01.25;
100 pounds or 1 bag, 23 ceuts.
Also, Native Hay, Apply to McCulluni,
at ICaplolaul Park, at bonis of 12 noon
or 6 i. m., or by Mutual Telephone No,
31. C22 lm
VWU. JUS ft .