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Utmm.ui.r, 11. 1.. Aug. U, 18W.
Holder of Water Priilegi or
Urose paying "Water Rute?, sic hereby
notified that Hie lioun for using
Water for irrigating f.iirpopate from
(' to 8 o'clock a. M., und 1 lot) o'clock
I'll AH. It. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Wutei Woik,
0. X. KrcNCKii,
Minister of (lit- lulciior.
- f.7i! If.
To M'.oviur. von inn Payment or
Salaiuus ami Exi-f.kses or THE
UnVKJt!:irc,'i until tub P.Out pay
iirSi:i'rniim:i!, A. lb ISOO,
AY i7 enactvil by the .King im? the
.fiCfislitlitre of the llwuiittn
Section 1. .Tho Minister of Fi
nuneo is hereby authorized to con
tinue to pay Salaries of Oovcrninent
Officers and the expense. of the
povcrnl departments und bureaus of
the Government enumerated in .Sec
tions 1 and :i of Chapter LXXV. of
the Laws or ISS8 until the oOlh dily
of September, A. 1). JS'.lfl, iniloss si
new Appropriation tlill bo passed by
the Legislature before -nid List men
.Sr.cno.v 'J. Tlii-, Act shall lake
effect upon the date of it appioval.
.Appiovcd this nth dav of August,
A. P. 181)0.
By the King:
0. N. SmNrni:,
Minister of the lnleiior.
Foveiffii Office Eoiiro.
Fonmux OlTIC'K, )
Honolulu, H. 1., Aug. .", ISOO.f
It lias pleased His Majesty the
King to appoint His Ex. Hon.
and His Ex. Hon.
ARTHUR P. PETERSON,
to be Commissioners of Crown Lands,
and Colonel tho Hon.orable
GEORGE W. MACFARLAXE,
to bo Commissioner of Ciown Lands
und Land Agent.
The Roaid now consist- of (he
abno named Commissioneis,
PUilized to neither Seel nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, AUGUST fl, 1890.
In reference to a communication
which appeared in yesterday's lSui.
j.ktin, relating to disease among
pigs, we learn that the authorities
have had the matter under imestiga
t'on for Rome time, and are energe
t'cally following it up.
CAN LOSE NOTHING.
The Government and counliy can
loie nothing by granting the exten
sion of time, asked for by the Ha
waiian Pacific Cable Company for
1he completion and equipment of an
inter-islnnd submarine telegraph
cable. No other individual or com
pany can now commence, lay a cable
connecting tho principal islands, and
construct the necessary land lines in
a shorter period than thb time de
Hired by Mr. Bartholomew, the com
pany's representative. They would
have to construct nil the land lines,
ub well as to procuro and put down
the connecting cables, whercae the
company named has already erected
nevernl sections of the principal
necessary land lines. Besides, there
is no probability of nnyono else
taking up the project were it at once
abandoned by tho present company.
The company engages to connect
Honolulu with Wailuku, on the
island of Maui, in eight months, and
within one year to extend tho con
nection to Hawaii, and have tho lino
in working order to tho satisfaction
of the Government. Jn tho event
of failure to fulfil this engagement,
the company ngrec3 to forfeit its pro
perty to the Government. By tho
terms of tho bill no portion of tho
subsidy of 820,000 can bo drawn un
til specified sections of tho line arc
in satisfactory working order. Tho
granting of the extension of time
asked, on tho conditions indicated,
cannot possibly bo disadvantageous
to the country, whatever rosy be the
-Tt',"'.lJUIUl"'4.,lKilui.X'l.'lMllwi''K 'IJr ""' '
cor.6cqueaos9 to tba ectspany.
Ttwrdfore, thorc hottltl be no retaot
atico on the part e.1 the Lojjjlulntnre
in consenting. '
WHAT THEY LOSE. i
Do our mombere of. the Legisla
ture, who lo not understand native,
loie anything by the prayers ot the
(Miaplnln of the House," not bolng
understood or interpreted? Wo
hope that no one will misconstrue
our intention in calling the atten
tion of your readers, to one thing
that the native Hawaiian can do,
and do it well. We cannot ilins
Irate our desire better than by le
latlnjr i Utile incident that tool,
place some ten years ago on Hawaii.
Tho writer with others win whit
ing awav the time at the landing,
wailing for the steamer, by playing
a much condemned (and for reason)
but matter of fact, game of poker.
It was about nine p. in., when tho
game was interrupted by a venera
ble looking native, who was also a
guest of the hoii3e, who said that
ho was about to retire and requested
humbly that we should atop the
game until he could perform his de
votions for the night. Wo did so,
and iho writer then listened to ono
of the most eloquent prayers that it
was ever his good fortune to listen
to. The gates he appeared to be so.
near, he shortly after passed
through. Poi was getting scarce.
But God is Rood, and what, our
, niPiubcr3 in the Legislature lose by
not iindcrotanrling what the Chap
Iain is '.nying, no doubt will bo
made up to thin in sugar or some
other way. in the sweet by and by.
Km roil Bl'i.i.i.tin:
Permit me to make a slight cor
rection of your report of some of
my remarks made in the House
Thursday, about the "Assessor in
Chief." ' I did not object to the As
sessors in Chief, nor their work. I
objected only to the ofllco as being
expensive and useless.
I gave my reasons, which were,
that if that ofllco was abolished we
still had left a thorough and an ef
fective organization for assessing
and collecting of the taxes, consist
ing of the Minister of Finance, who,
under the laws, was charged with
the responsibility of assessing and
collecting of the taxes. Then conic
in his deputies, who do all the labor
of assessing and collecting. Then
to insure justice and prevent brib
ery as I explnined a Board of
Appeals was organized by the Gov
ernment, consisting of three suppos
ed honorable and intelligent gentle
men, whose duty was to hear all
appeals and the testimony under
oath as to the value of the property,
and if they found the assessment
too high they reduced it, and if too
low they raised it.
J did not object to the Govern
ment appointing all of the oliicers
and the Appeal Board. 1 only not
ed the fact to illustrate my idea,
that the machinery for assessing and
collecting of taxes was thorough and
effective without the Assessors in
Chief, who being only the "fifth
wheel of the wagon," the 525,000
paid to them was a loss.
J. M. Hoivner.
Aug. 7th, 1890.
(San J'Vanci.ico, July '27, per
hurl-eiitine A'. O. Wilder.)
am rats ca.
nnvoi-fiio.v is Tim Anor.NTiKr: m:-
A revolution broke out nt Buenos
Ayies, July 20. The troops in tho
garrison rebelled. All the shops
closed and lighting took place in the
streets. Garcia, Minister of Finance,
was held ti prisoner by the revolu
tionists. 1:50 p. in. Despeiatu fighting
now going on. Many have been kill
ed on both sides. The insuigenls
are advancing towards tho Pla?a do
la Victoria, where tho President's
palace and tho Town Hall mo locat
ed. The Piosiilcnt has escaped to
!i :C0 j). m. A revolutionary Gov
ernment has been announced, with
Sonor Axcm as Piesidont and Sonor
Honioro as Minister of Finance. Tho
city still holds out, but the 1 evolu
tionary movement is extending
President Celman declared tho re
public in a date of sicgo, but soon
took refuge himself on n foreign
Later reports are that five morn
battalions of tho Murine Arsenal und
pail of tho artillory havo declared for
tho revolution. Tho lovolutionary
party issued a manifesto, and libei
uted' Emanuel J. Campos, awaiting
trial ns a conspirator, who at once
placed himself nt tho bead of tho
Gold closed on tho 251b at 209 per
Till! CRNTRAT. AMERICAN WAll.
A despatch recoived in Paris con
firms the news of Salvador's victories.
Costa Kica hud withdrawn fiom tho
Guatemalan compact, and Nieuiuguu
would do likewise. The French syn
dicate which was to havo loaned
Guatemala $20,000,000 bus positively
refused to negotiate- with that coun
try. A revolt has broken out in Guate
mala directed against President Uur
illua and his Cabinet, Armed soldiers
wero purading tho streetB day and
night, but on tho morning of the
20th many of them refiused duty, nij
15'AILT Bt3U;ia,I,R : llONO.t.Ubtl, Ii. I., tfiTOl$T 0, lfHU).
.hoy Vidti act Wsa paid. Over
wns mTtmMi to pruxw.
At 11 o'clock a mnh paraded th
Mrectrfhomlii(i,"ltHlh to ltmllti 1"
The MnRb'ndern wero iroted nttd
imprlioued. ltwinfenrwl that the
miiiturv would ninl'e common chiirc
with the rvvolMionnUe, who were
gaining tw w power every moment.
The Cabinet Imi ivunlud l'r-i-dcut
TltirsU'is to Mipt nd hoilditii t
with SnUnilnr uvl turn bid attention
to the sit tint ion l home The Pien
dent held a i-utntil of wurmul tioop
are beitiK daily conscripted to curry
on war with Salvador, fiesldenl
Barillas nbiindont'd the intention of
taking the leadership of his troops
against iSclvudrtr, owinc to the un
settled condition of iifT.tirs at tho
A plot liunntion bus been issued
warning all tlm unlives of Salvador
to leave tbt- tciii'.nry of (Itialcinuhi
within forty-ciuht hour. President
B.iiilliK has inirl u decree declaring
the whole republic in n slate of siege
and suspending constitutional guar
anties. The Salvador lroop3 are siiid to be
within &ixtv miles of Gutitcmnl.i
City nnd being constantly ie-enfore-ed.
Tlieie are two sections of the
Salvador army now in Guatemala,
one in the l)ipiitniunl of Jutivapa
and the other in the Dep.nlment of
S i nt a Rosa.
It is tepnrlrd that I bo Guatemalan
Government h.ts cabled to the United
States, asking that nation's iiitcifer
euco to prevent Mexico's interference
with ('ciitr.il American affairs. The
American Mini-tor at Guatemala
City h much annoyed over the
sc.itchinj! of the American Mourner
'I he U. K. S. R:in,er baa just ar
rhefl, Mie only ilonreil at Acupulco
UNITI'.n STATES IIXMS.
Secicluiy Winilom in preparing a
statistical tt.iieinent lelaling to sugar
for President llanhon. It is believed
to he intended as the basis of a nicis
ngo to Congufift inruppoit of L-oeio-tuiy
Blaine's icciproeily views.
In tho Senate Mitchell ofleicd a
conenrtent resolution, whit h was le
fcricd (o the Committee on Finance,,
stating tb il the United Slates would
Jiail with approbation any iceipvocal
arrangement, by treaty or otherwise,
between the Government of the
United States and tho Governments
of all or any of the South American
or Central American Stales.
'Die V. M. S. S. Co. will light the
Canadian Pacific 'Meanuhip line
alone, as for the present the O. & O.
Co. will not scud id, steamers toATun
couver. John ), Fiske, a wealthy citizen of
Fiesno, Cal., was hhot dead in that
town on the 2Gth, by J. L. Stillman.
Eiske bad been attempting to black
mail Stillmun for some time, in outer
to compel him to sell Fiske a shaic
in certain patcutp, Slilbnan being an
inventing mechanic. Stillmun was
also to no me pnuciptu xvmiess hi a
divorce suit of Mrs. Fiske .against
The cyclone has visited Xew Eng
land, hitherto exempt from the awful
visitation, except on a limited scale.
South Lawrence, Mas., was devas
tated in a path 100 fcot wide and a
mile long, by n cyclone the morning
of the 20th. Eight people were
killed, from lo to 20 seriously injured.
From To to 100 buildings, mostly
dwellings, wero destroyed or badly
damaged, and a beautiful square con
taining COO trees was swept clean.
The property loss is placed at $100,
000. The calamity is the greatest
which lias visited Lawieueo tinco the
fall and burning of the l'emberton
mills thirty years ago.
Ifelidoff, the llussian Embassador,
has presented another note fiom
Russia to the Porte, opposing the re
cent appointment of Bulgarian Bi
shops by the Poitc. The note de
claies tho Bulgarian Government
unlawful, and the 1'oito ought not
to accede to its demand for iccogni
lion. The Fiench Chamber of Deputies
has adopted the bill for the renewal
of the surtax on sugar. 'Die bill ex
tends to August, 1892, and is u sur
tax of 7 francs on raw sugar.
A GOOD Cook for a i .inch on Hawaii.
Apply at this olllce. r.oii tf
AMKI5TINO of tho stockholdms of
Wilder's Steamship Co., (L'd).
will be held at their olllre, on TUKS
DAY, August T-'tli, at 0 o'clock A. ji.
H. 11. ItOSK,
TTouoluhi, Aug. 9, 1890. (127 2t
HON. S. M DAMON will act for me
under full power of attorney,
during my absence- from the Kingdom.
W. F. AbbKN.
Honolulu,. Inly HI, 18U0. (l2 lm
"Wftrcif-nr H 4 1
SAFE! BRILLIANT! SWEET!
A Perfect llhuninatliig Oil in any
Lump. Dlicct from Xuw
PACIFIC HASDWA1E CO,,
C27 Port street. Ot
AaoiMi sslfis by Jamas P. Korgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Auyust 13,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. HI..
At the rcMdeiice "f Mvn.Jl. W.L MXK,
Hotel strcrt, I vtbl ell at I'nlillo Auc
Household -: Furniture
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SBT,
Ccntci, Sofa it Oonr Ttugp,
Hallet & Dans Square Piano,
Hnqiiel Table, Fancy Screen,
Upholstered Lounge, Jb W. Chairs,
1 Jtlnclc Vnlniil
11. YV. Maiblctop Sideboaul,
French China blnncr it TVa Hot,
1" Hew Empress" Rango&OtaHls,
Vcraiid'i Chairs & SoMce--,
A Large Variety of FERNS,
Fern Stands, Ktc , He.
TiUJSTEE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE I
By order of A. .T. Cnrtw right, Ksn, ,
thc'Ti'ii'tce of iho Bstuto of tlio late
Queen Dowager Ihiuna Ivalolcoiuliml,
deceased, and under licence of sale
from the Supremo Court, sluing as a
Court ofProbate, 1 am directed to sell
nt Public Auction, nt my Snlesiooin, In
On WEDNESDAY. August 27,
Of (lint day. nil ninl singular tlint cer
tain Propel ly situate in Nuiutnii Val
ley. Honolulu, O.ilm, and known as or
And beins the same Premises described
in Boyal Patent No. !)", and containing
nn area of 8 92-10') acres,
The above Premises were foimurly
occupied by the Hon YV. L. Green, anil
have a Dwelling and Out-houscs upon
(3s" For further particulars npply to
Ceuil Brown or a. J. Caivwrlglit.
JAS. P. BtOllGAN,
02.". I7t Auctioneer.
KOTIOE to HORSEMEN!
. rr lm Celebrated Kuu-
TVv I nbig Stallion "sjlic-
pSt?:??5"" nandonli" will stand
P-S. tills season at tlio
-tS. Woodlawu Dairy;
terms 830. For further particulars
apply at the Dairy. W :tm
SL& rr rent or lease a Collage
.nLO'vaw i with about four room-:;
$ about 10 miliums' walk from
town; on Kiuy; or P.eietauia streets, to
wards the Plains prefeirod. Addicss
"L. ft P.," Ihls olllce. :!'' tf
COTPAGH on Vineyard
.1.1- , jtH - " " Oil, t I Vt.llllt H,vll
EiiaSpled by JJi. A. .John-ton.
None but a person desirous of becom
ing n pciuianenl luirint need apply.
Apply to E. P. CUXIIA.
1. a A
ftijyH rV Front Room
i& ! Adams Lane.
niO buy u Piece of Land,
At-lmi JL Willi or without build
liaLisiiSBi bigS or Improvements, from 1
to 5 ucrcj hi urea, within a half, lo mile
and a quarter off (ho Post Olllce. Ad
dicss "X Y Z," Bli.i.ktin Olllce.
jiW. A ,l0USE wJ"' 7 ronniH
SSrr'l - a,ul i''ull " ll10 cm-
lB3ai!&3 nor of Berctanlu nnd Pensa
colu streets. Cuiy pass the door. Ap
ply at this ofliee. r.Hl If
V,rt. T ELEO Stables at jiiofc
fiTikPJfl - occupied bv Hawaii
ESjeffiSa Transfer Co., peiinKsI
given August 1st.
.1. h. WALKER.
"WANTED nt ONCE 1
wA A COTTAGE within two
f&A f n lnn 1.1. ...bo t.:..
IffKqg&rft the corner of Fort and Hotel
siieuts, suitable for llirco gentlcmun for
liotiseke?plug. Addicts "P. 0. Box
No. 2U7." fi'JO tf
TO LET or LEASE
rpiIEResldeneo of Mrs. A.
I ! Long, In Pauoa Valley.
I Apply to
J1AY1U JJA1 lUiN,
01 King St., over J. Notl's store.
TVrEW" Ladles' or Chll-
'j AM drcn's Unit with
Siff5 Harncas, for small horse,
at a 1 cuso
nablo prleo, Aiiply to
At II. Hnckfeld & Co.'b,
t" For full particulars apply to
4 flk d R JH
i -jj ' ys rs bt fi-k n
IdlBI HI IU
Entire Stock sit 5) Sacrifice ! Not a Special JJeiluctiou, hr,l a Glenn Sweep in
Every Department I
Commencing 8A.TUUDAY, August Dili, our entire stock of Souronablo Goods will bo offered at prices that must
attract immediate attention Wo need more room to propeily display our European purchases now on the way
heie,uud have icyolvcd.tliat our present ttook MDS V GO. Cost lia.inol been consideied. l'rices have been inuiked
on tho Goods to suit YOU and not US. Wo ate bound to keop trade lively. Visit our establishment, note the prices,
and you will think so too.
21 do, of Laities' Chuiuucs, at 2fie
Fine While Victoria r.iwn, at 7oc
While Linen, cold, herd, Napkins
Fringed, It for 2fie.
200 Pieces of all Silk Neck Bill
bons. all gooil colors, 0 yanls for 25:
Best nualllv of Mo-nuito I-Jctlinc;,
90 inches wide and 10 yards long, f"i
w per piece.
India Silks, immense :..soitnient,
reduced two 05c. These aie all new
goods and no two patterns alike.
rSNeccssily knows no law, and our necessity cuts price. Cost has no control over what necessity demands.
While wc duriiiK this sale sacrifice our profits, this sacrifice Rives in a icputntiou for low prices absolutely ncee-suiv'
on which to build the i;icat business wc aro after in the near future. " ' '
YOU CAN BUY AM :
$18 S'OX'".! ! '
DURING THIS SALE:
gF"Our Millinery Department, will be a great attraction next Monday ; it will be a rare cbnnce, Tho entiro
sfock of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, all muikcd in plain figures, already much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of 33 percent. That is a $3 Hat costs you $2, u $!) Hat costs you only $0, a $15.00 lint only cost you $10.00
and so on.
gT" Above mentioned prices wo guirantco for 30 days only, nnd all goods sold for cash.
gA complete stock of While, Cieam Figured Mulls, Fancy Figuied Cambrics, Sateens, Ginghams. Boy's Suits
from $4.00 up to $22 00. Bo sure and be on bund in time. Dressmaking Department on the premises.
nw:p H g a 159
027 CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS. lm
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
T And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any
CollVc, Ten, Chocolate & Milk,
Steaks, Chop?, Fish, Ham & Eggs,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAItSAPAMLLA & IRON 7ATEE,
Ginpr Ale, Hon Ale, Gniiiiii, Wmjm, Sarsaprilla, iimral Waters, Etc.
toy All !ninuiiic;iUoiiH nnrt orders sliouUl uo tuldruHsud lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
o89 1)11 A rrAnfu
Ah'WVBir.lJfLAt.aMDhABBABBflinWUUUJt fill Ii JJM ! ! I II '
AllTCLASSES! fiS SSIW" EH A IB I iff ID ITfetfMAdf'llPlffe
MR. Allen Hutchinson holds a class
in modelling at his studio, Nuu
nnu avenno, every Tuestlay und Satur
day. For partleulniB apply ''RellTelo
pliouo 521. 007 lm
Powell's Baggage Express,
Dmy or AVukoix.
Fiirnitiiro moving a speciality. Bag
gage dcliveicd with promptness nnd
cnio to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King mid llutliel streets. Roll Tele
phone -170, Jlutual Telephone 67.
UTiimi ii , -r - .
issrisi) m the
ttlOiEAltl A. ufmV, President.
OS doz of Ladies' Silk Mitts, in
cream, white, black und cardinal, at
25c pair; worth 7tic anil $1.00 elsc
wheie. Bl.iek Goods, no Use to (piolo prices,
variety too large. Have been selling
cheap, but picscnt vtock will go for
a moic 'ong. Now Goods in this de
partment Mi fie r ul.M) this week.
Ladies' Cold. Bord. Handkerchief,
Tie each, nice patterns.
Ladies' Unble.iehed B.dbiiggnn
Hose, silk clocked, only 20c pair.
IF YOD RE AGOOD JUDGE :
You can hiii' a
j SIO.OO SUIT I j
2 o FI n o
W5 C9 S" I
IVIT'U A.IV CJ F5"J?.'eMSEi,IL
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
, Pses, Buns. Roys,
H'om 11:30 a. m.
O. rJ?. BAILEY,
LE MO HADE,
yugMA nmmm rm-mm
AVithout a. lUvnl in Price & Quality !
Ono'third the Price of the Itoyal !
Evory Housokooper Should Use It !
gjST A Saving of X', Per Cent in Cost and Quality Iho Very Best. J&$
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
u f tS- e' P4 ? $
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Persian Mulls, new patterns, (! yds
Fxtru good quality of While Bed
spicads, only $1.10 each.
Linen Table Covers, oOxoo, ustoiled
Turkeyred Table Cover, all linen
extra, size, $1.35.
Finn ussoitment of ladies' Silk
Handkerchief, new shades, U for $1.00,
former price 7"c, but wo uie ooi
stoclced and go they must.
Ladies' Small Size but, cxti.i good
quality, 3 for 50c.
BE SURE & ASK TOR OURT
You will have to pay ;
DURING THIS SALE'
part of the city.
Stews, Soused Tig's Feet, Etc.
to 1 j. ua. -
ya "-JJ vF7
2 y Eb 3ks fc?fl H&rtC.tf BWffl
HENRY DAVBS & CO.,
Exclusivo Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
C J - .