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DAILY BULLETIN: HOHOLLTLU, HJ i., AUGUST 12, 1890.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. '.), 1800.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, aieheieby
notified that tho hours for using
water for irrigating purposes nro from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., mul -1 to 0 o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. SPKNcnn,
Minister of the Interior.
X" ii ja
Ptedsxtd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the. benefit of all.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1890.
Representative Nnwahi, in the de
bate on the school appropriation,
said that a nation which loses its
language is doomed to extinction,
and referred to the Roman Kmpire
as an example. The honorable gen
tleman puts the cart before the
horse. That empire fell before its
language. How about the British
Isles? The English people lost their
original language many centuries
age, and the Irish and Scotch are
now ubout in the same position.
And yet these peoples are to-day at
the head of the greatest empire on
the globe much greater than that
of the Romans ever was.
AID TO PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
Should or should not independent
or private schools be assisted by
public funds? Circumstances must
regulate the answer.
The Hawaiian Government recog
nising it to be the duty of the State
lo see that its youth arc educated,
at least to the extent of being taught
reading, writing, and arithmetic, has
provided schools for the purpose,
and compels the attendance at these
or other schools of all children be
tween the ages of six and fifteen.
Now, where State schools are
established and fulfil all require
ments, it is manifestly too much to
expect the Government to support
private schools as well as its own.
But in a neighborhood where there
is no State school, and its functions
are performed by a private institu
tion, the latter has a just claim to
State aid. This is a circumstance
demanding an alllnnative answer to
the question under discussion.
But Government aid is being ask
ed at the present time for private
educational establishments not cir
cumstanced as in the case supposed
above schools in the same neigh
borhoods and side by side with
State schools. Is there any reason
to justify voting public funds for
their assistance? They arc hoard
ing schools, and as such fulfil an
important mission in bringing Ha
waiian children up to the standard
of Western civilization. Tuey do
for native children what is not being
and cannot be done by the Govern
ment schools or any day school, to
the same extent. These are circum
stances which, in our opinion, should
induce the Legislature to lend a
THE LIOH'S SHARE.
If it please you, I wish to lay this
query before the public, through
your columns : ""Why is it that one
line of business in this city is not
satisfied with a fair share of the
patronage of the dear public, hut
seems determined to appropriate the
lion's share of the people's re
As everybody knows, it is the cus
tom in every line of business, with the
exception of the drug stores, res
taurants and liquor saloons to shut
shop at fl o'clock p. m. every day in
the week except Saturday, when the'
put up their shutters an hour earlier.
As to food and medicine, they arc
among the necessaries of life at all
hours, but can the same be said of
the stuff vended in the liquor
A great deal has been said and
written about the prevalence and
increase of drunkenness among the
people. The worst of the allega
tions on this matter is that they are
but too true. And a great variety
of remedies aro proposed, prohibi
tion, high license, local option, and
so forth. While these schemesare be
lieved to be impracticable hero, there
is a remedy which I believe would
very largely mitigate the evils com
plained of and I think it must re
commend iUelf as emincutly prac-
ticablo. Tho suggestion I beg to
offer is that all liquor saloons bo re
quired to close at tho same hours as
tho general business houses of tho
city, and particularly on Saturday
There is reason to believe that if
liquor saloons were shut up at four
o'clock on Saturday afternoons, at
least one half of the drunkenness
that prevails in Honolulu would
cease. Much of thu cash spent in
those places would 11 ml its way to
where it legitimately belongs and
uncollectable debts contracted in
dry goods stores, groceries, butcher
ies and bakeries, would be reduced
to a minimum. As it is now, the
liquor saloons get the lion's share
of the earnings of a largo number
of the people, and there ought to be
philanturopuy enough anil back
bone enough among our legis
lators to take order for the pro
tection of many otherwise worthy
citizens who are not able to take
pioper.care of themselves.
To prove that early closing of
saloons on Saturdays would answer
the purposes herein claimed, let me
give facts and figures. The police
court records were some tunc ago
examined in detail for a period of
six months, week by week, with the
following result: tho arraignments
for drunkenness on Mondays ex
ceeded in number those of the re
maining five days of the week, all
told. Any further demonstration of
the value of early closing of liquor
saloons in this city would be super
fluous. The above facts and suggestions
are respectfully submitted for the
consideration of our legislators.
Honolulu, Aug. 12, 1800.
THE CIVIL SERVICE BILL.
The Advertiser 'sees fit to publish
on the 1 1th instant an article head
ed as above. It is now too late for
that journal to dictate to the com
munity with hope of receiving a de
cent hearing. The fathers and
brethren of that double somersault,
halting, and fence straddling sheet
must not now expect that any
"droppings" from its editorial sanc
tum will be greeted with anything
but derision, especially on civil ser
The National Party is working
slowly but surely, and one of its
members has in a quiet, modest
manner endeavored by a bill to allay
fears of removal except for cause,
among civil servants, and in com
menting on same the wretched
"boodle" rag belches forth its venom
"about the appetite of the hungry"
and "the turn of Fortune's wheel."
The Advertiser says "they all
went to the ballot box with this se
cret longing."Vhat longing? To sup
plant a lot of incompetent stranded
sharks, who profiting by circum
stances and their own undaunted
brazen fronts, pushed past better
men, and reached places nature
never intended they should occupy.
The P. C. A. has not space for
the bill in full, certainly it would
take more brains and common sense
than that journal has available to
give us a rational resume of what is
meant by "civil service," and the
petty sections of said editorial num
bered 1-7 are beneath contempt and
below comment from anyone but a
THE annual mecthis of the stock
holders of the Kahului Kailroad
Co.. (L'U), will he held at their olllee,
In this eltv, on WEDNESDAY, Aug.
lath, at !) o'clock A. M.
S. B. ROSE.
Honolulu. Aug. 11, 1800. C28 2t
THE regular quarterly meeting of the
Uulon Feed Co. will bo held at the
Company's office, on Queen street, on
FRIDAY, the 15th Inst., at 12:30 o'clock
I. .M. S. F. GRAHAM,
02!) lit Secretary.
A LL parties bavins
Jtx. His Majesty, contracted
December, 1887, ate requested to pre
sent itemized accounts, with dales of
payments If any on same, at the Cham
berlain's Office, on or before Thursday
next. G. YV. MACFAKLANE,
Ills Majesty's Chamberlain.
Chamberlain's Olllee, Aug. 12, lfc'.H).
KEAWI Beans for cattle at $1.2i;
100 pounds or 1 bag, 23 cents.
AUo, Native Hay. Apply to McCullum
nt ICapiolanl Park, ut hours of 12 noon
or fi r. at., or by Mutual Telephone No.
'.iU 022 3 in
numerous Maps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
020 3w 40 Merchant bt., Honolulu,
HE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
"The Dally Bulletin." 60 coat
REAL ESTATE IN KONA.
Sundry lands and leases lulely
held by M. tlouvohi of North Komi,
Hawaii, and mortgaged by him in
September last to Bishop it. Co. for
$20,000, were sold on Saturday at tho
auction loom of Mr. .1. F. Morgan.
Tho upper portion of tho Aim puna
of Kunwaloa, South Knnn, lfiOO to
1000 acres, fee simple, purchased by
Oouvuia of llev. .1. 1). Paris, in April,
18S0, was knocked down ut if IS00 lo
lion. It. It. Hind.
A lot of 3-10 aero, fee simple,
bought by Gouveia of S. O. Pulauu
lelo, in June, ISSi), sold foi $!) to M.
Two lots of one and tlueo ncics 10
speelively, fee simple, deeded in
.Tune, 1889, lo Gouveia by Leopai
latii, brought $106 from G. W. Mac-
furlane, who also secured two shaies
in the Hui of Hohmloii for $105.
A lease of 151 acres on which aro
the residence of Gouveia and other
building-, 2-1 years tu run, and draw
ing n rental of $100 n year, nil nr
lcars of rent assumed by Mr. S. M.
D.unon of Bishop k Co., was taken
by W. C. Aehi, trustee, at $I2M).
Lcaro of May, 188!), fioni Kapio
lani lo Gouveia, of 1)00 mires, 1-1 yearn
In run, and renting for $:jf0 a year,
arrears of rent, assumed as in the
preceding sale, brought, but one bid,
$100, and was knocked down to G.
A lease of 200 acies, Thompson to
Gouveia, of date March HOth, 18S9,
having 11) years lo run, with a lentul
of $150, hiougbl no hid.
Lease from the heirs of Sheldon,
May, 188!), having 1!) years to run,
rent $80 a yeni, at JCaohia, area not
stated, sold Tor $S0 lo G. W. Macf.ii
lane. The lease of Ayletl, 2000 acres at
Kaumalninalo, rent $:!0t) a year, hav
ing J'l years to run, va.-t stalled al
$2."), and after drawing over 170 bids,
leached $lf00 and sold lo Manuel
Grata and II. N. Greonwell.
Lease from W. 1L Castle to Gou
veia of date September 25, 1S87, in
cluding a mortgage from .7. M. Pe
dio for $800, and an agreement with
Pedro wherein Gouveia had hnlf in
terest in all stock aiising from .10
head of rattle running on Gouveia's
land, and subject to sub-leases of
1000 and 2000 acre.- to Hulehiuhon
and Coeiper, and Coorper and
Slraucji. Those leases include the
Ilolualoa Sugar Plantation with
from 80 to 100 acres of cane well
gtown. Bent on Hie Coorper and
Straiich sub-lease is quoted $8000 per
annum after July 1, J8!)l. Knocked
down for $5500 to Bibhop & Co. To
tal amount of sales, $13,59!).
A DIAMOND Breast Phi.
will be rewarded or
sumo to Clias. J. Fishel.
A SMALL. Black and
'I'an TVrrier Dog
with name "Iloldsworth"
on collar. Finder rewarded
As at Theo. II Davles & Oo.'s
olllee, or al 25C King street. (Jill It
FOUR months old
Setter& Sheen Slut,
white, spotted dark brown
on back, with brown face
?s and ears, and answers lo
the name of "Zne." Any person re
turning same to J. F. Bowler will be
rewarded. 028 tf
rpVO Shetland Po
ll nies, strayed
from my promises. A
.. reward win oe pamon
-" Ult-ll ICIIllll.
S. M. DAMON.
NOTICE to HORSEMEN!
rpbe Celebrated Risn
A nhigStallion "She
nandoah" will stand
this season at the
CSi" Wnodlawn Dairy;
terms S"0. For further particulars
apply nt. the Dairy. rS5 itin
$20 REWARD !
THE above reward will he given to
anyone furnishing information that
will lead to tho conviction of the person
or persons who cut (he Mag rope at China
Engine Co. No. r on Saturday night.
ISrlng Information to
C28 lw Foreman Engine Co. No. fi.
Rubber Stamp Agency!
ORDERS for Rubber Stamps of every
description taken. To be delivered
by return steamer from San Francisco.
Complete illustrated catalogue at our
olllee. 1'iiees reasonable.
I. E. BROWN & CO.,
025 lw Merchant fctietit.
TS hereby trlven to all persons that at
JL n meeting of the shareholders of
I'aauhaii Plantation Co., (L'd), held on
the 1st day of August, 181)0. It was voted
to accept the Charier of Incorporation
dated July 21, 181)0, and granted to them
and their associates null successors
under the corporation name and style of
Paauhau Plantation Co., Limited.
And that tho Corporation under Mild
Charter was duly organized and elected
the following named officers, viz.:
President Win. O. Irwin,
Vice-President.... Clans Sprcekeh,
Secretary ,fc Treasuier
W. M. QIHard
Notice Is also given that, pursuant to
the terms of said Chartei, no stock
holder shall be Individually liable for
thu debts of the Corporation, beyond
the amount which shnil be due upon the
share or shares owned or held by him
Secretary Paauhau Plantation Co.
PAPER to subscribe
"Daily Bulletin," CO
X for la tho
cuats per month
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, Aug-, lttlli,
AT 1i O'CLOCK MOON.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public AUcllon,
200 Bales CALIFORNIA BAY,
In prime ouler. Just received.
.IAS. T. MORGAN,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. .11..
At the residence of M us. It. W. I. INR,
Hotel street, I will fell al Public Auc
Household -:- Furniture
UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET,
Center, Sofa & Door Hugo,
1 Hallet & Dans Square Piano,
llnquet Tallies, Faney Screen,
Upholstered l.nnngc, It. W. t'liiilrs,
1 Jtliiclc Waliuil
B. V. Maibletop Sideboard,
Freneh China Dinner Tea Set,
Crockery & Glassware,
1 " Haw Empress" Range & Utensils,
Veranda Chairs tfc Settees,
.Set ecu Doors,
A Large Variety of FERNS,
Kern Stand'!, Etc., Hie.
J AS. V. MOKUAN,
Men filer's Ssle !
On THURSDAY, Aug. 14,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Saleroom, Queen street, I will
Bell at Public Auction for account of
whom it may concern, the following
Merchandise damaged by salt water on
voyage of iinpoitation per Herman bark
"AUimib ' ironi meineruaven:
47 SI bier. B.igs, L'"0 pe ca, slo 22x'.l!
7'2ac 2 " 2nn 2Cx:!4
72D i jn.-) " ar.xa-t
70a. Bl " 2.r.0 " ''l)x33
-!! 1 hlo l!url:q, 10 pes, GOO;: yds
4:; 1 " Wool Itlaiikets, 100 pes
3!17 1 " Velvet Kngs, 8 pis
ino 1 cs Quills, 17 do.
1108-1 " File.'!, 102 doz
1.12 hxs Spermaceti Candles, 2fi pi; en
145 ' Stearin Candle, 25 pi. ea
ID 1 " " "
l!l-7 " Paraffin Candles, 2iipUc.i
0) 7 W If U H
212 " " '' "
CO 22 " Blue Mottled Soap, f.O lbs ea
33 8-02 crls Sheet Iron, -ISO lb,
2!) 1-100100 els Fence Wire, 221 lln ea
20 Ileh " " "
2313 els Galvanized Wire, 221 lbs ea
2711 es Preserves, 25 tins and jars
7 1 " Lanterns, (5 do.
liii-l " Lantern1?, 10 doz
'Termo Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE I
By order of A. J. Cartwrlght, Esq.,
tho 'Trustee of the Estate of ihe lute
Queen Dowager Emma ICideleouubml,
deceased, and under license of side
from the Supfcmc Court, sitting as a
Court of Probate, I am directed to sell
at Public Auction, at my Salesroom, In
On WEDNESDAY, August 27,
AT lii O'CI.fMHL MOON'.
Of that day, all and singular that, cer
tain Property situate in Niiuauu Val
ley. Honolulu, Ojhu, and known as or
And being the same Premises described
in Royal Patent No. 07, and containing
an area of 8 02-100 acres.
The above Premises worn formerly
occupied by tho 'I Ion W. L. Green, and
have a Dwelling and Out-houses upon
pwFor fiulher particulars apply to
Cecil llrowu or A. .1. Cartwrigbl.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A GOOD Cook for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply nt this olllee, COD i
,iey For full particulars apply to
Entire Slock al. a Sacrifice ! Not, a Special Itctfuetion, foul,
Every Dcpnrlimmt !
OoninicueingRATUIiDAY, August Dili,
atlracl. immediate atlention. We need
here, and have rcMilvcd, thai our present
on the Cnods lo suit YOU and not. US.
and von will think so too.
21 doz of Ladies' Chemise?, at 2i3e
Fine While Victoiia Lawn, at 7rc.
White Linen, cold, hord, Napkins
Fringed, !l for 25e.
ii00 Pieces of all Silk Neck Rib
bons, all good colors, (! yards for 2f)e.
Best quality of Mosquito Netting,
!)() inches wide and 10 ynids long, foi
$2 25 per piece.
India Silkt, immense r.ssoitmenl,
reduced two (i.rie. These are all new
goods and no two putterns alike.
gjfiT'Necessily knows no law, and our necessity cuts pi iees'. Cost has no control over what necessity demands.
While we during Ibis sale saciilico our profits, this sacrifice gives us a reputation for low prices absolutely necessary
on which to build the great luiMtiess we are after in the near future.
YOU CAN BUY AN:
FOR $9.35 :
DURING THIS SALE:
fpeyOnr Millinery department, will be a great attraction next Monday; it will he a rare chance, The entire
stock of Tiimmed Hats and Bonnets, all maiked in plain figures, already much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of :i percent. That is a $:! Hat costs you $2, a $!) Hat costs you only $, a $15.00 Hat only cost you $10.00
and so on.
Above mentioned prices wo guarantee for 30 days only, and all goods sold for cash.
A complete slock of While, Cream Figured Mull, Fancy; Figured Cambrics. Sateens. Giinrb:niis. Ilnv'n Snitti
fiom $1.00 up lo $22 00. Be sure and
i iic LCduiiig ifiiiiiiibij nuubo us b. jb fisssus,
027 CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS. lm
s via fl
Jumbles, CofFce Gak.es, Crackers,
ggr And will he DELIVERED FREE, of OHA1K1E to any
Collee, Tea, Chocolate Jr.
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SABSAPAMLLA & IRON WATER,
All, Hoj ili, GrciMi, RasDlierryaflo, Snprl, mineral Wilim Elc.
tar All tonmmnlc.til.iou9
ART CLASSES !
MIL Allen Hulchuisnn holds n class
in modelling at his studio, Kuu
nuii avenue, every Tuesday and Satur
day. For particulars apply 'Jell Tele
pjiuimfigl. 007 lm
Powoll'8 Uaggngo ExpruHR,
Xrxvy or Wairon.
Furniture moving a speciality, Bag
gage delivered with promptness and
care to any part of city. Stand, eorncr
of King mid liothel streets. Bell Tele
phone 171), Mutual Telephone C7.
ISSUED BY THE
OJP NEW YOiJKJES:
ItlUliAUD A. McCUKMY, President
Ireaf iHSeamee Sale
--CGEVaMENCB&G THIS DAY
our entiie Mock of Seasonable GoodM will ho olleied al priccu that niuat
more room lo piopeily display our European piucliascs now on the way
fitook MUST K. Cost has not been considered. Piices have been marked
Wo are bound lo keep trade lively. Vihit. our establishment, note tho piices
GS do, of Ladies' Silk Milts, in
cream, while, black and caidinal, at
2.rjc pair; worth 75c and $1.00 else
where. Black Goods, no use to quote piices,
variety too huge. Have been Felling
cheap, hut piesent slock will go for
a mere song. New Goods in tins de
partment suller also Ibis week.
Ladies' Cold. Uord. Handkerchief,
fie each, nice patterns.
Ladies' Unbleached Ualhriggan
Hose, silk clocked, only 20e pair.
j IF Y00 ARE A GOOD JUDGE!
You can buy a
j SIO.O SUBT I
: FOR $4.35
: DURING :- THIS :-
be on band in time. Dressmaking Department on the promises.
rruoivHj- snr iREnjr.
ALWAYS ON HAND AMD .TO ORDER
j Pies, Buns, Rolis,
mi-dr, or xwieio:
Chops, Fish, Hum & Egga,
Irom 11:30 ,. m. to
TAHITI s LEIVSOSADE,
' b - tf& maeram
and ovdors shotiltl bo artrircHucil lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Without u Rival in Price & Quality !
Ono-third tlio Price of tlio Royal !
Evory Housokeopor Should Uso It I
gjgr A Saving of M Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best. gfjj
SPECIAL RATES TO -JOBBERS."
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
boi Um Esclusivo Agonts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Ciena Sweep in
Persian Mulls, new patterns, (i ydtt
for .$1 .00.
Extra good quality of White Bed
spreads, only $1.10 eaeh.
Linen Table Covers, 5(.5T), assorted
Turkeyred Table Cover, all linen
extra size, $1.!)").
Fine assortment of Indies' Silk
Handkerchief, new shades,:! for $1.00,
foimer pi ice Tfie, hut. we are over
Blocked and go they must.
Ladies' Small Size hut, extra good
quality, 3 for fiOc.
on :;ure& ack for our:
You will have to pay :
part of the city.
Slews, Sooted Pig's Feet, Eln.
i- m gai
Mfilftri'iAirt-ialUJtJtiL. uL&iik '
lTir .i. i.j6'!-!?.Jt !tat . . mjl1