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DAILY BUICMBTIN: HO.MOLULU, B. U 'AUGUST 11, 1890.
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BY AUTHOR Y.
llo.voi.ru, 11. J., Aug. 5), 18!K.
Holdeia of Water Privileges or
thos-e paying Water Hates, aiebeieby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purples are from
fl to 8 o'clock a. .v., nuil 4 to 0 o'clock
Chas. H. WILSON,
Supt. ITotm. Water Woik?,
O. N. Spusvku,
Minifltcr of the Interior.
To phovidi: rou 'run Payjuist or
Sai.aiues axd Kxi'KN'sKf! or Tin:
OOVr.HHMKNT, UN HI. 'lit K .'10 MI HAY
OP SEl'TKMllKIt, A. 1 lhVU,
j?t3 it enacted I the, JCimj ond the
J,egislatnre of the llmcaiinn
Section 1. The 'Minister of Fi
nance id hereby authorized to con
tinue to pay Salaries of Government
Officers and the expenses of the
eeveral departments and bureaus of
the Government enumerated in Sec
tions 1 and 3 of Chapter LXXV. nf
the Laws of 3S88 until the 'iOth day
of September, A. D. 18S10, unices a
new Appropriation Dili bo passed by
the Legislature befoie said lust men
Section 2. This Aet shall take
effect upon the date of its approval.
Approved this Gth day of August,
A. D. 1S0O.
By the King :
C. N. Si'Escsit,
Minister of tho Infeiior.
MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1890.
The Advertiser has added an
other editorial production lo the
long list of its eccentricties in that
line. According to our contempor
ary, "appetite" for oflicc was the
power which moved the electors in
ihc elections of February last. Of
course the "National Reformer:"
are the voters evidently alluded lo
as the "hungry",people. The "Re
formers" arc constructed of the
same material and on the same
"principles a-j the Sovereign of Great
Britain they "can do no wrong."
The Advertiser can not be expected
to admit that close to the bottom of
the revolution of 1S87 was a very
sharp "appetite" for "oflicc and
loot," and thai ever since, notwith
standing the large amount of 'spoils'
appropriated, it has been a matter
of complaint with many active agents
in that movement that they did not
get all the "plunder" they consid
ered thomselves entitled to. Never
theless, these are demonstrable
facts. Neither can the Advcitiser
be expected to admit thai the des
perate struggle made by the Gov
ernment of the time and its sup
porters to carry the February elec
tions was in any way instigated or
maintained by considerations of
pecuniary advantage. Tlio Bt;r.u
tin does admit that there aic hun
gry" people in the National Re
form party, whose "appetite" for
office i9 keen; but denies that they
constitute anything more than a
very insignificant and uninfluential
minority of the party. The "vast
number of people in the country
who longed for a chango," and by
whose votes a change was effected,
were not and are not hungering for
the tlesh pots of Government House.
Wc will go farther and say that some
gentlemen of that "vast number"
have positively declined lucrative
Government positions. Cannot call
lo mind at present ever having
heard of a single member of the old
party doing the same. Although
the Advertiser itself has fed at the
Government crib for the last three
years, under tho Reform regime, it
is not .Satisfied, but cries out for
more tinder the new deal. Only a
few days ogo it went whining to the
Legislature because it was not get
ting all tho Legislative printing.
Our contemporary should learn the
Jact, because fact it is, that tlio
''vast" majority of those who car
ried the February elections of this
island do not "hunger" for
"spoils," but want a fair, impartial,
.equitable, and liberal government.
Editor HuTt.irnx :
When the Executive, Department
tlio Hawaiian Govcrninunt was
organized in 18J, provision whs
inndo for defining tlio status of two
classes of foreigners n.itur.ilirntion
for those who desiiod it, inul ceitill
cation of nationality for others.
The King reserved the power to
grant the rights of u subject by Let
ters Talent of Doniation, hut he
civ beldoni exereed thi piciogn
live. After the first year, he con
ferred the honor on poiluipt one per
son year, jus puccess'UH won
alike cliury of the gift. It was de
signed to he a marked' and distin
guished honor, like the "Freedom of
the city in a gold box."
Now, it has beeoino a eiy cheap
and common thing. Lawyers, doc
tor.", and teachers all nuiy get the
Ciicat Seal, and it seems to be oon
fened on old and young, that (v
crntnent nlllces may be llllcd with
denizen stiangors to the exclusion of
Tho Legislature in voting a gieat
deal of .money for bliilgcs. This kind
of thing happens eveiy two jours. A
huge jmrt of that money appeals lo
me to bo wanted, bccntii-'1 it is ex
pended on tlimsy woik. The rain?
conic every year and wasdi away a
great deal of tho work done, and
hence the money that was spent on
it is gone fur ever. Why don't they
build nlono inch budget-? They
would cost more in the first place,
but theie would bo no end to their
wear. Tho best biidgo is, in the end,
the ehiMipi st.
Another thing is the lailway.
Porno people hoeni lo bo againtt the
Government helping it. All right
thinking people consider that a sub
sidy to assist the company to e;.teud
the line and make accessible thou
sands of acies of good but now waste
land would bo ono of the best uses lo
make of Government money. What
develops the. country is for tho good
of the country, and theie is nothing
like a railway for developing
LETTER FROM MAM.
Lehua arrived to-day and brought
the latest news from Honolulu. Con
trary to all expectation and wishes
tho holding of both terms of the Cir
cuit. Court at Wailuku was voted
down. The National Reformers
from Maui who voted against tho hill
deserve no thanks, and they will got
none. We hoped hero that Wido
mann and Hergor would vote for the
change, and great was the siirpiise
when it ias found to be otherwise.
A good man j' people heio think
that tho puffing and booming I lie
Board of Education is a faice.too seri
ous to be laughable. What is there
in all this boasting, when they, in
spite of all that bad been said and
written about it, leave Spreckolsvillo
without a school? Tt is a glaring
shame ; it is ruinous for the children ;
it is unjust to everybody. A very
largo number of children grow up as
ignorant as savnges, in the midst of
our boasted civilization. If thu mem
bers of the Lrgiblatuio would see a
little more into theie thing", and
tall: less nonsonse, so much the bet
ter. Why don't Kalua take it up?
Aft'ir toveial days of very warm
weather we have now very high
wind. 'too much wind, in fact, and
the roads aro very dusty.
The Postmaster-General ought to
furnish tho oveiland carriers with
saddlebags that can be locked. As
it is now, the letters arc carried from
place to place in an open, old. broken
The new organ in the Makawao
Foreign Church is now ready, and
said to bo good.
A Jap cut his tin oat at Iluelo a
few dnvB ntro. Na "Wai Eh a.
THAT PIG DISEASE QUESTION
Seeing in last Saturday's issue of
your paper, in answer to my pre
vious communication, that the
authorities have had the matter, re
garding tlio disease amongst pigs,
under investigation for some time,
and aro energetically following it
up, in . much as to say that they
have not pecn ignorant as to the
existence of the disease. 1 should
like to ask you, Mr. Editor, don't
you think it was their duty to warn
publicly against tne use oi porK,
right at the commencement of that
investigation, even if it should have
proven to have been a false alarm?
Uy bo doing our Hoard of Health
would have had a right to claim the
public's confidence, which, in my
estimation, has now been forfeited.
Even now, as it would almost seem
too late, it is my belief, this should
he done, for yet they arc a number
of people not knowing of any dan
ger, uso pork us freely as any other
kind of meat, just as I have been
doing myself, and who knows what
tho consequences may be? I con
sider, our Hoard of Health has been
making a great blunder ju leaving
the public in tho dark on the sub
ject, and has also pecuniarily caused
great injury to toino people. 1
know of two parties that havo only
very lately bought quito a number
of 'good healthy pigs for breeding
purposes, that have already now
caught the disease, which they
would not have donu, had they
known about that epidemical di
sease now prevailing amongst then).
1 have written this in view that
our Hoard of Health may ho in
duced to prevent occurrences of
that kind in the future, and hope
this is tho last of it. J. II. S.
THE BEST PAPER to nubscrlbo
for Is the "Dully Bulletin." CO
C9aui per month
HONOLULU VS. STAR.
Another 1i'oi lu tho tstr-tlnr Itccorrt.
Saturday's baseball mulch was
largely attended, and beautiful wea
ther was enjoyed in spite of the
Honolulu's presence. Theie was u
very fair game of bull, ending in the
defeat of the Ster. Tlio -coro wit
Honolulu D, Star 1. It would have
been better for the loser but for
some blunders hile a I the bat. lit
tho fouilh inning Hald'-in ran homo
on a foul ball, and the umpire of
bases declared liitn out when W.
Lucas hud thrown the bull to third.
The decision wag questioned by
many who thought that the. l tinner
should simply have been ordered
back to his base. Thrum, lirst to
bat iu the seventh inning, was too
keen to make an earued run, and
running for thtid alter a line steal
second was dropped. A Baldwin
right after him made a two-base hit,
it Is hard to say bow much "as lost
Ly the indiscretion.
The ytar got a long lead in tho
tlrsl inning, scoring 3 to 0. O. Lu
cas made a two-base hit for Hono
lulu after II. Wodohomehud struck
out, and got to third on Whitney
but no farther, bViedenberg going
out at first rioni the. pitcher and W.
Lucas on a foul lo tlio catcher.
Chandler, lirst batter for the Star,
went out at first from shortstop.
Then Chan. Wilder and J. l'erry in
succession weie hit by pitcher, the
former stealing second and both be
ing advanced" by a passed ball.
Tliey came home on a hit by Clia-.
Wilder, after E. Wodehonso got Ills
base on the passed ball of his third
strike. Wodchouse was third to
G. Lucas made the first run for
Honolulu in the third inning, having
made his first base on a wild throw
f i oin third. Four were added to
this in the foutth, putting Honolulu
two ahead. A. Lucas and Desha
made base hits, scoring respectively
on Parker out and Coyne base hit.
Coyne scored on Wodchouse who
made his base on a tun If at first, and
Wodchouse c.ime home on a two
base hit by Whitney after G. Lucas
was caught out on a foul lly to first.
Fiiedcnberg going out al lirst from
the pitcher ended the picnic.
llouolulu piled up three more in
the seventh. After Fiicdenbcrg
had gone out at lirst from thiid, W.
Lucas got first on a muffed ball there,
lo third on A. Lucas' two base hit,
and homo on Parker's single, after
Desha was dropped at first fiom
second. Parker got to second on
parsed ball, third on Coyne's base
hit, home on base hit by Wodc
house. G. Lucas was dropped at
lirst. The Star made a line start
by Thrum getting a clean base hit,
followed by Baldwin with a two
baser. W. Wilder then got base on
balls, but in the meantime Tin um
had fallen out stealing third, and
only Baldwin scored before Chand
ler Y.nd Chan. Wilder were put out,
the latter on strikes.
The lust change in the score was
made by Coyne in the ninth inning,
after two were out, netting to first
on a muff at right field, second on
babe hit by Wodchouse, home on
one by G. Lucas. Then Whilnej
went out at lirst.
The uiupiics were Henry Ivnia be
hind the plate and W. V. Lock wood
at the bases. Morris Kcohokaiolc
was scorer but had hard lines, as
the otlicial book was absent and he
had to tally on slips of paper got
from a reporter. The &coic is as
NAMHij. a n. it. n. II. o. a. i:.
Wodchouse, c,... 0 1 ii G i 2
Lucas, G. s.s f I -J 0 il 0
Whitnev, LM) ." 0 1 -10 0
KiiedeiibeiK, Sb... 4 U 1 it 1 1
Lucas, W p II 1 1 IV 0
Lucas, a. r.f I 2 li 0 0 0
Desha, If- 11 1 1 0 0
Pinker, lb 11 t! S 0 1
Co.Mie, e.f I -J ii a 0 0
Total ail li 1G27 il i
jsAJiiia. t. ii. ii. ii. o. A. i:.
Chandler, p f 0 1 I) 17 0
"Wilder. Chan. c... -11 0 4 10
Perry. .1. r. t -1 1 0 1 0 1
Wmlehoiw, J: 11). 4 1 u lit n il
Wlhler.Clms. lib.. 10 0 L' 2 1
Whiter, l.f 10 (i 2 10
Tin um, c i 10 1 "10 0
PiililwlaE.adl 4 1 1 " 8 1
Wilder, W, s.s.... 4 0 1 2 0 1
Total ii" 4 4 -!7-21 7
Score by innings
Honolulu 0014 003 0 I !)
Stai i!000001 00-4
Earned runs llouolulu 3.
lilt by pitcher Chan. Wilder, IViry.
Bases on balls W. Wilder, E. WouY
hoiifc. btruck out Chan. Wilder, J. Pcuy,
Clue. Wilder 2, 11. WoUchou-o, Coyne,
Two-baso lilts G. Lucas A. Lucas,
Double play Winter, Chandler and
Wild pitches -Chandler 1.
Passed balls Wodehoiieo "i.
Stolen bapes llouolulu 10. Stir fi.
Left on bases Honolulu 12, Slur (i.
IJinplies H, Kiila mid "W. V, Lock
wood. Scorer "M. K Kcohokaiolc.
Time of .pije J hour i"i niliiuti's.
HOW THEY STAND,
Following is tho standing of t)io 1
clubs in the Hawaii Habelnill League
up to August Otli:
I'l.AVED. IiOHf, wok.
Auction Sales by James F.Horgan,
Oil THU1JSDAY, Aitff. U,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31..
At mv ."ale'ronni. Queen street. I will
sell at Public Auction lor account ot
whom It may cotict'in, the following
MeielmiiilNe damaged by salt water on
voynire of hnpotfitloii fv German bark
"Adonis'' liom Bienitihaveii!
17- Si bid 15 ig, 20 pes oil, MCO 21!!ili
7iili' 1! " 2"U " UiiX'M
72D i ' :iift " aiixst
"On. 13 " 2i0 " soxaa
tilI b'o Uurlnp'i, tl) pes, moi ds
431 Wool Ulankclfi. 100 jics
!'.:i7 1 " Velvet Bugs, S pe
IftO-l iv-Quilt, 17 do.
Mi 1 ' Kilo. 102 do
i:s 2 bxs Spermaceti Candle, 2." pkea
1 1 ft " Stearin Candles, S3 pk ua
151 ' '
1!) 7 " Parnllln Candlei, 2ft pkea
uf, r it it ii i
o j i ii ii ii ii
0922 " IMue Mottled So.ip, "0 ll" ea
!i:i 8-!) 2 et-N Sheet Iron, -ISO His
21) 1-10011)0 cN Fence Who, 221 Pu e i
2"! -.1 el " '
2ft- Ml cl Galviiiil.ed Wire. 2,! I lbs ea
271 1 ea I'lourvcs, 2." tin anil jais
07 I " Iinlerns, ii do
(SO I " L-interiH, 10 do
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
J A 8. P. MORGAN,
AT -A tlCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, August 13.
AT IO O'-JLOCK A. 31 .
Al the ieldenee of Jliis It. W.T. WN'K.
UoteUtreet, I will soil at riilillo Auc
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET,
Center, Sof:i & Door lings,
M lisle Jtacl.,
1 Hallet & Dans Square Piano,
ISftuuel Tallies, Fancy Screen,
'"inbroidered Searfi!, .
Upholstered Lounge, JJ. W. Chair-.
Moll Mm Bet,
B. W. Mai-llctop Sideboard,
l'reuch China lliimcr A Tea Set,
i-'HswEmpresi" Range & Utensils,
Veranda Oh-ilrs ft Settee':.
A Large Variety of FERNS,
Turn Standi-, lite.. Klc.
J AS. F. MUIiGAX,
G'JCi It Aiiciioncur.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
Hv rirdcr pt A. .T. Oamvrlglit, JS.rj ,
the'Tne-tee. of the Estate of the lale
Queen Dowager Emma Kulclcunaliiul.
deceased, anil under license of sale
from the Supreme Court, Mttliijc a a
Court of Probate, am diiecled to -ell
at Public Auction, at my Sale-room, in
On WEDNESDAY, August 27,
AT Hi O'CI.OCZt A'tm.V.t
Of that day, all and singular that cer
tain Property situate in" Niiuanu Val
ley. Honolulu, OhIiu, and known as or
Hanaiakamalama, ' '
And behi2 the same Premise1) deeilbd
hi Itoyid Patent No. 07, mid coiiialiiiiig
an aiea of S 02-100 acre.',.
The above Premises were forrueily
occupied by the lion W. L. Gieeu.nnil
have a Dwelling mid Out-houses upon
rsrEor further paitlruliira apply lo
Cecil Uiown or A. J. Cariwilht.
THE mxt teini beglus MOKD VY,
Septeniber 18rh. Jew iiiiil
should apply nl once. I'or tuither par
ticulars :ip)lv to
W.M. 15. OLESON.
0L'8 21t t Pilliclpul.
SaO UEWAllD J
THE above rewind will be l veil to
anyone furnishing Information that
U lead to the com Union of thu pcrsim
or pci sous who cut tho Hag 1 ope tit China
Engine Co. No. C on baturdny night.
Hi hi'' Information to
023 lw Foreman Engine Co. No. 0.
A GOOD Cook for a ranch on. Hawaii.
Apply at tds olllce. wait
NOTICE lo HORSEMEN!
rftjjo Celebrated Huu-
l nine; Stallion "Sho-
naiidoiili" will stand
this season at tho
lerniR ?ilQ. For further particulars
apply at the pairy, B5 Ilin
&' Kor full particulars apply to
SES COKMRI3EnCIC3G'THI8 DAY
Ottv Htvlit'H fslook at, a HiUTilkjo 1 Not a i)v!il Ivo'Tuelion, Jmt a Cleait Swoop in
Evtiry I)i'5ar(iiienl. !
CMUiuieneiiig SATUIllWY, Auut l)th, our entile utocl; or Scrollable Good") will b. nH'rcd at piices that intist
atlnu-t iuiiiiediiito allciitiou. We need more loom to propeily display our Euiopean ptueh.ieed now on the way
huie, nod hue resolved, that nur pn-n'iil stnel: Jll'ST CU) Cost-ban not b. en eoiiMdeied. 1'iici-s have been marked
nn the OoniN to hiiit YOU and mil VS. Weuie biniiid to keep liade livclj . Yiil our establishment, note the prieoj
mid von will think o too.
21 do, of Ladies' ChuinUon, at 2"ii'
Fine White Vieloiia Lawn, at Too
White Linen, cold, bold, Xapkino
I'linii'd, 3 for 25e.
'JOt) Piecer of all .Silk Neck Jlib
hous. all good ooluiv, U yunN foi 25c.
IScht (itality of Moqiiilu Ne'tling,
91) ineiie.-' wide and 10 yaida lnnn, foi
!?2 '2" per pieee.
India Kilk.", inuiion-e :.-oi tmciit ,
i educed two Hoe. 'i'heae aic all new
poods and no two patterns alike.
S""Xecon'i(y knows no l.tw, and our necessity cuts piiees. Cost has no eo'ntiol over what nfeoity deinaudx.
While we duiins ihib sale s.-u'iiiicn our piolits, this .-acrilice jdves nn a reputation for low piices absolutely neeettitiy
on which to build the K'eat bufiiies we aie after in the near future.
YOU CAN BUY AN:
DURING THIS SALE:
gS?"Onv Millinery Dep.n tment, will
slock oi 1 1 muned ll.ils and liotinels,
tion of !W percent,
That is a'$:: Hat
and so on.
fi"jS?" Above nienlioned pliers we runi
g?Sf"A comjdfle stock ol White, Cream l'lj-urcd MiiIIh, Fancy Filmed Cambrics, Sateenfl, Oinf;hiini.
liom i)"t uo up to rr--111'. -tie fine ami
s. a . . b es,
f, 6a s h wn ev &
e Un I AffaffHHCTr ilaiisfA
027 COKNElt HOTl-X &
3 1 G 1 Y1
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
jS! And will be DELIVERED KliHE of CUALGE to any
lilS-r ol PAKE:
Collie, Tea, Chocol.tli- it Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fish, Hani it Eggs,
Oyrtcr Slews, Soused Pig's Feet, Etc.
JHSfT-' XMjUMo iVom llrO n. sm. to 1 p. hi. "-aSS
b- n m fa WlPti M n em 1
Siapr 418, En Mb, GFfiifiii,
Kir All oiiiiiiM-ih'iillons
389 1 in
tTrtiiVitrTffirtn 1t-.1t nrrt.ri-gr v"fliwih.i'iiwriiiiiiitiwaiT
Mt, Allen 'Tutcluibon bolik a rlaa
In modelling at hla Htuillo, Xuii
111111 avoniio, every TucMlay and Satur
day. For parllculaih apply ''HeUTele
llionn 521. ii()7 lm
Powell's Bagsneo Exih-o.hw,
3x'ivy or "Wnuroii.
Furnlturo lnovlii" a tpeclnllty. llng
Kiio delivered with promptness and
caro to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King mid IlPtlml streets. Hell Tele
phone i;ti, Mutual 'iVlenhuiio 57,
ISSUED BY THE
r B M &S.K h h w
fUC&lAiim A. 31c;8J2SWY, IVfHidoiit.
08 do, of Ladies' Filk Mitts, in
cream, white, black and raidinal, at
2ie pair; woith 7.V and '('1.00 el.-c-wheie.
Hlaek Clood.-', no use toipiote prices,
variety too Iiiirc IIne been selling
rheip, bill pie-eut block will i;o for
a nii'te Ming. .New liouds in Ibis ile
pailnient nill'.-r nKi ttiis week.
Ladies' Cold. Unul. llandkciebief,
5e eiieb, nice p.itleius.
Ladies' Unlile.sehfd lLilhi-iggiin
Hose, bilk cloekul, only 20e pair.
".IF YOD ARE A4G00D JUDGE ":
You can bav a
: FOR $4.35
DURING-:-THIS : SALE!
be a gieal alti.u-tinn next Monday
nil m.tiKed in plain ligure, alieauy
eosla you 2, a ij:1.) Hat costs you only
- iiulen for I'.O d.iy onlv, and all eoods
Oe on linnil in tune.
-Sa ES1' :iO AYI 5l
Dressmaking Depaituient on the premises.
e B B l B
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OitDER
3 Pies, buns, Rolls,
H.. T. I3A.IJL.33V,
-M AISTUFA CT UliE KS
of BAILEY'S SAItSAPARILLA
T H - L. fei M O m iOF
. r - ... .... w M?
'! ilrn shotikl m tuldresKtul to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
WUhoul si Rival
Qno-third tlio Prioo of tho
Cfflr- a Saving 01 ,",li Per Cent in
V, 8PECI AL RATES TO JOBBERS,
W: S3Er3RY DAVIS & CO.,
5,jl (Jin k s1'.' Exclusivo Agents for the Hawaiiau IfhuulB,
. .O. iJSSO&lli,
Agent for (ho Hawaiian Islands.
I' i-si-in Mull-, new patterns', (i vds
for irl 00.
1-Jxti.i good quality of While Ued
spieiuU, only $l.W each.
Linen Table Covets, olj :;.").', aborted
Turkeyred Table Cover, nil linen
ex I in si.e, $1 Jl.l
J'"inn at-forlinenl of I .idles' 8il!c
llandkeiehii f, now .shades, II for $1.00,
fotmei piice 7."ie, but we mo ijvei
Htocked and go they must.
Ladies' Small Hi.e but, extra good
quality, '.I for .iUe.
BE SURE & ASK FOIt OUlt:
You will have to pay I
ONLY $6.00' :
it will be a laic chance, The enlire'
much lower than elsewhere at a rcduc-
$G, a !?15.00 If at olily cost you $10.00
sold for cash.
PA B IS"
pail of the city.
g.irsrlp'TTtl rr.-'fr MTMT
& IHON WATEE,
e, Mineral Welwi, Elc.
in Price & Qualify J
HoUBckoep-jr Should Ubo It
Cost and Quality tlio Very Host.
B H B a 4?fc in) ef a
rfF-!- CW W-$
uT" Ci 1C"-4
iinimiiii iu m wtmiMtm
1 , Stt'tsaStee mi
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