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Honomimi, II. I., Aug. !l, 1S90.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, aie hereby
notified tlmt tlie hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
B to 8 o'clock A. m and 4 to 0 o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. llono. "Water Works,
C. N. Sphxckii,
Minister of the Interior.
rv f i jb
Pitdzrd to neither Sect nor Party,
Silt established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST HJ,1890.
In the discussions on the bill "to
limit the liability of owners of ves
Bels in regard to the possession of
opium, smuggling and violation of
the shipping and revenue laws," no
body succeeded in showing that it is
just or right that an employer
should be made to suffer for the
misdeeds of an employee. There
was considerable talk against the
measure, but not a single argument
convincing to a.reasoning mind. The
law that makes a shipowner residing,
say, in central Africa, liable to the
forfeiture of his ship in the port of
Honolulu, because the captain com
mits an act the owner is ignorant of,
is no credit to our statute books. The
fact that some other country may
have a similar unjust law is no argu
ment in favor of our retaining it.
CARD OF THANKS.
Please permit us to offer, through
the medium of your columns, our
sincere thanks to the Hon. W. II.
Rickard for a valuable set of mu
sical instruments, presented to the
Hilo band. The honorable gentle
man, during his short stay here, no
ticed that the band needed a f6w
strengthening powers, and his gen
erosity was not at a loss how to
remedy the matter. His Honor de
serves to be well remembered, as he
ever will be, for bis kindness and
generosity, and the band now takes
pride in extending to him a cordial
invitation to its melodious strains.
St. Mary's School, Hilo, August
THE LAHAINA COMPLAINT.
Editok Bulletin :
I made a clean case out for the
Board of Health to cogitate on, and
my letter was so concise, so much to
the point that it drew from your pa
per an editorial endorsing my con
tribution, and now comes along some
one who signs his name "Facts."
Who is the man and what is he try
ing to drive at? If he chooses to
answer this, let him sign his name
and I will give him mine.
He speaks of our being "suddenly
deprived of luxuries." Is a medical
man a luxury? Is he not a neces
sity? I vote anyone an ass who
speaks of a doctor as such. "Facts"
says that this luxury has bean paid
for by others. I would have this
bright (?) individual to know that
the public pays his salary. He is a
public servant and those who con
tribute towards the iayment of his
salary (the tax payers) are entitled
to demand the every-day attend
ance of this individual, otherwise we
of Lahaina would like to know why.
Dr. Mack did not leave a proper
substitute. The Jap doctor, though
possibly a capable man, is not in
structed in the English language,
therefore how is he to make himself
understood with foreigners?
Of Mr. Hayselden of Lanai I
know nothing. I am speaking of
Lahaina, and I repeat that the
Board of Health has been very
alack, very recreant, in .allowing a
public servant (a doctor) to absent
himself without placing a man
equally efllcient (or more so) in his
place. "Facts" had better have
less to say and more to dwell upon,
unless ho can wiito with more
One would suppose that there are
many planters in the district of La
haina, but there are only two W.
Y. Horner and A. Haneburg. This
Japanese doctor is engaged by Mr.
Horner to attend to his Japs (about
100) solely. He has not, neither
can he get, any white practice.
I presume, that "Facts" is writing
for the' Board of Health. If such is
the fact (and in any circumstances)
I assprt without the possibility of
any contradiction that the Board of
Health is wrong if they suppose that
a man can do his duty, maintain his
practice, amongst white people
when he lacks the primary know
ledge of our language.
Of course it is not practicable to
keep competent physicians "in
stock," and the inau who suggested
the idea ls-wcll, never mind but
it is competent for the Board of
Health to pay more attention to its
duty and not leave a largo district
in the hands of an Asiatic who can
not speak the English language. In
the meantime, Mr. "Facts," please
have less to say, unless you know
what you are writing about.
.. Y. X.
Lahaina, Aug. 12.
NOT THEllON'S SHARE.
Editor Bui.ixtin :
"Kauai Rights" belongs to lhat
peculiar class of beings who fancy
they are the people, mid all sense will
die with them, and who pioposo to
rule the world of manners and mor
als, dictate to their superiors, and
even condescend down to closing
saloons nt the hours they have elect
ed for themselves as right and pio
per Mr. "Equal Rights" is not, 1
think, a missionary, but somebody
looking for a job, hoping by chuck
ing sprats to catch for himself a por
poise. He is evidently one of those
dyspeptic crudities who would de
prive others of the cooling, soothing
glass of beer or the invigorating
cocktail, for the reason that he can
not enjoy them himself. Like the
dog in the manger, he will not allow
others their rights because lie is too
sick to enjoy his own.
The true missionary is a man of
liberal views, one who allows all
"equal lights," and does not pre
sume lo'mcddlc in other men's busi
ness. Close saloons at 4 o'clock Satur
days, other days ft p. m. All right,
pard, but where in the name of the
lost archangel is the sale of strong
drink to be decreased? A writer
last week well said, "liquor is not
licensed because it is good, but be
cause men will drink." True, every
woid of it, and to close saloons at
the hours specified is to increase
what is an evil. Men will buy bot
tles and cases for their evening sup
ply, instead of buying single drinks
during the hours as at present.
Such a course would undoubtedly
increase the very evil Mi. "Equal
Eights" is supposed to be so sad and
What glorious times the sly sell
ers would have happy thought! A
legalized and legitimate business is
more respectable and honest than
the unlicensed exportation of thou
sands of gallons of alcohol by those
who pay nothing for the privilege.
The prosperity of the Post Oflicc
Savings Bank and a great number
of stores here, proves that the state
ment of "Equal Rights" that the
lion's share of the earnings of the
people finds its way into liquor sa
loons, is incorrect.
THE CHESS TOURNEY.
Class A will play Thursday even
ing as follows:
White vs. Kimball.
Eldredge. vs. Lange.
Wright vs. Goldenberg.
Gear vs. Walker.
Class B will play Friday evening.
Hubash vs. Brown.
Logan vs. Thrum.
Brasch vs. Sims.
Mahoney vs. Marsden.
Beals vs. Giles.
Games in the A class with Mr.
Alexander will be announced after
that gentleman's return from the
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Certain members seem to be de
dicated to opposing every measuro
and motion of ceitain other mem
bers regardless of party afllliation.
This results in some rather comical
combats and combinations.
Rep. Kauhi appeared in the high
ly novel role for him of a time saver
this morning. Instead of talking a
bill to death he moved it be put to
Noble McCarthy has swapped
places with Noble von Tempsky.
Honolulu's "broth of a boy" goes
into the midst ot the Maui contin
gent. The time-keeping member
gels wedged between the chairman
of the Sanitary committee and the
champion of prohibition. Botli had
been pining for a change of air,
and, now that ihey have got it, may
soon begin assuming the propor
tions of the heavyweight Noble
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Myrtlo and Healani Boat
Clubs hold meetings to-night.
Tiik Union Food Co., will bold its
quartet ly meeting at 12:liO to
morrow. Quono Yiok Lung has Hold his
businees at Kahului, Maui, to Chong
I)n. M. E. CiiOHHinnn will close his
dental looms on the 2(Hh iiiMnnt,
for a few months.
Tin: Catholic Benevolent Society
will meet at tho Convent to-nionow
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
At 10 o'clock a. in. to-monow,
Mr. .las. F. Morgan will hold an un
derwriter's sale, and a sale of Cal
ifornia hay, at bis hnlesrooni.
1'ik'iolh which have been allowed
to nibt are now being cleaned, prepa
ratory to giving tho Hist night depre
dator a warm iceoplion if t-eoii,
Monday morning, 11th instant, 1
o'clock, a utoio at Hnlawa, Hawaii,
owned and occupied by a Chinaman,
was burnt, with contents confuting
of the usual assortment of a countiy
store. Estimated loss 3000.
hA.lLY jJULliMl'IN: llONOLULtJ, U. J.,
THE TOURISTS' GUIDE.
'i'lironnli (tin Jlawnllnti Inlands. -De.
net'liittvo of Their Ncoiioh unit
Tho above heading is the title of
u handsome work of 170 pages, just
issued by The Hawaiian Gazette
Co. It is compiled and edited by
lion. 11. M. Whitnoy, editor anil
publisher of a former "Guide,"
lhat did long and worthy service for
the islands. The new Guide con
tains four maps 1, Island of Oahu;
2, Island of Hawaii; !1, Inlands of
Maui, Molnkai, and Lanai; ), I'd-,
ami of Kaiini. There arc 20 'beau
tiful illulrallnns, including public
buildings in Honolulu and the bust,
scenery of the islands. The Peail
Harbor views, not to mention others,
are exquisite. A very pretty view
of Hilo, drawn byD. Howard Hitch
cock, jr., must also lie noted. There
are '2o subjects of descriptive writ
ing indexed. An ornamented cover
in color encloses the volume, the
lront bearing one of the Oceanic
steamers in an oval, set into a trop
ical scene, and the hack a map uf
the Pacific Ocean showing the rela
tion of pricipal ports and naval "la
lions to the Hawaiian Wands. The
last page of reading matter contains
within a border a beautiful poem,
"Farewell, Hawaii," dited "Slmr.
Australia, May, 1.H90," by Mrs. A.
R. Altinan, lormcily a teacher at
Lihup, Kauai. A statistical chap
ter gives the population from 182
to 1881, ownership of sugar estates,
and distances. Theic is a chapter
on the Post Olllcc, one on the Flora
of Hawaii, and one on the barking
sands of Kauai. Still another spe
cialty is a poem by Mrs. Dillingham
written lor this woik, 'A Day at
Pearl Harbor." The leller-picss of
the book is executed in first-class
style by the Hawaiian Gazette Co.,
while the illustrations were done by
artistic printers in New York. For
such a work the price is moderate
GO cents local, 75 cents foreign post.
rr,HE logular monthly meeting of (he
i. .M vi tic Boat rial) will lie held
THIS (vVcdne.-'day) i:VK.ING,nl 7::!0
o'clock lmp, atllie Cliil) hnu-e. All
lliemlii'is aie ri'qiieotiMl to be pivscnt as
ljuine of Iinpoitanee will come liefoiu
V. T. .UOXSAKRAT,
THE regular quartet I v meeting of the
Union Feed Co. will bo held at the
Company's ofttec, on Queen street, on
FRIDAY, the 15lh inst.. at 1:30 o'clock
I'. M. S. K. GRAHAM,
MR. ('. II.
CARTER will transact
less for me durluir ntv ab
sence from the Kingdom.
Honolulu, Aug. fl, IRK). iwsnt
rpWO Shetland Po
i nie, stiayed
fiom my emhc.' A
reward will be paid on
H. M. DAMON.
NOTICE lo HORSEMEN 1
l ning Stallion "She
nandoah" will stand
this season at the
apply t. Hie
For fiulher particulars
Dairy. JiS5 Hm
A GOOD Cook for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at this olllee. liOH tf
A DIAMOND Ureint Pin. The Under
will be i unaided on returning
same to Chas J. F!liel. r.'.'S :)t
SAFE! BRILLIANT! SWEET!
A Reifect Illuminating Oil in any
Limp. Dheet from New
PACIFIC EMM ARE CO.,
ii'27 Foil sheet. rr,t
XH hereby given to all persons that at
a meeting of the Minieholders of
I'aauhiiu Plantation Co,, (L'd), held on
the 1st day of August, IBiiO. It was voted
to accept the. Chatter of Iueoiporatlou
dated duly 21, 181)0. and granted to them
nnd their associates and successors
under the cm position name, and style of
Paauhau Plantation Co , Limited.
And that the Coipnratlnu under said
('barter was dify organized and elected
tho following named ollicers, vl.:
l'resldent Wm. G. Iiwin,
Viec-I'resldent.... Glaus .Spieekels,
.Secretary & Ti easiu er
Xolieo is also given that, puisuant to
tho terms of said Charter, no stock
holder shall bo bidbidually liable, for
the debts of the C'oi notation, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon tho
shato or shares owned or held by him
arcs owncu or iicm uv tun
V. M. OHTARI).
ry Pimuhtm I'lnutatloii Go.
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, Auj 1!1,
AT lO l(H!!,OI'U A. XI..
At my Salesroom, Queen sheet, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
200 Bales CALIFORNIA HAY,
lu good order. .1 Hit received.
50 Sacks Wheat,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
030 It Auctioneer.
On THURSDAY, Aii. 14,
.w ti rci.ncu .. n..
At my SaU'Momii, Queen sheet, I will
sell at I'nlilii: Auction for iipcuunt ot
whom it may coiieeiu, the following
Meicluuidlse 'damaged by ilt water nu
voyage of Inipoiiatlon per Get man bail;
"AdonU"' from Mroitieihaen:
ii 5 v
17 - SI bles Rags, LV.O pes en, le 22:U!
72.1c a " '.'.."0 " 'Jlixfll
7D 1 ' i!15 . L'llxlil
70.1.-1:! " . 2.10 " i!0V.W
III 1 b'e Riul.ips 10 pea, r,M(1U. ds
i:: 1 " Wool (tliitikets, 100 pes
a:i7 1 " Velvet Rug, S pes
1.10-1 es Quilts, 17 do
:)0S 1 File. 102 do.
Ill 2 bxs Sperm iceti Caudles, 25 pi; ea
1-1 r. " Steal In Candles. 2.". pK en
g J ii ii ( u
lfi-7 " 1'ar.illhi Candles, 'j.lpl.ra
Ofl 7 tl If U I.
2i 2 ' - u
Oil 22 " Wiie Mottled Soap, ill) lbs ea
:l.t S-!l 2 erts Sheet Iron, -180 lbs
2il 1-1O0 100 els Fence Wire, 2JI Mu ea
20 II els " "
25- I." el.-. Galvanized Wire. 2JI lbs ea
2711 es Iieserves, 25 tins and jars
(171 " T.inleins, C do.
Or; 1 ' Lanterns, 10 do.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gokl Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
C2S .It Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE I
By order of A. J. Oartwrlght, Esq ,
the Tiusteo of the. Estate of the late
Queen Dowager Kinma ICalulcou.ilnnI,
deceased, and under licence of .ilc
from the Siipicmo Court, silting n a
Couit of I'lobatc, I am dheeted to sell
at Public Auction, at my Salesroom, in
On WEDNESDAY, August 27.
AT la O'CLOCK XOOW
Of that day, all and singular that cer
tain l'ropei ly situate in Xuiiauu Val
ley, Honolulu, Oahu, and known as or
And being the same Vremises described
iu Royal l'.iteut Xo. !)', and containing
an area of 8 '.12-100 actus.
The above I'romises weie. formerly
occupied by the Hon W. Ij. Green, and
have a Dwelling and Out-hoiM'b upon
tWFor fiulher pai tirul.trs npplv to
Cecil Blown or A. .J. Cariwrlghl.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
025 17t Auctioneer.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
(Jnlvjuiizml & IUii;k
Fence fire & Staples
lOlt SAI.K uv
II. I . SCHMIDT & SONS.
erman Beers, viz:
It i'h Mini iim AVner.lmrtr.
jioiHutiu, jt., .iai.
HAVANA CIGARS !
KOit hai.i; nv
H. W. SCHMIDT k SONS.
AUGUS'L1 Hi, IbM.
of new -sro:ra.x:
Clash. Assets, : : : : : Ovor $130,000,000
ttlOUAltt) A. HcUUAmv, Prcalilem.
tor For full partlnulara apply to
s&. .its. bohj:o,
Dec ?A !l General Agent for tho Ilnwaiiiui Ialanih.
Ottr Kiitlro Slock at si Sttcrlilcts ! Not si Sj)pi:i! Uccluclion, but s; Ck'stn Kwooj) in
Every )i:ir(iiionl !
C'oninieneinK SATURDAY, Aiie.ust Hlb, our entile ,toek cf Sensonable Ooods. will be oflen tl al piiees tluil inusl
iittiaet immeiliati; intention. We lined mini' mom to ptnpeily display im Kiunpcan purebafies now on the way,
bete, and hao wmiIvci), Dial our pjceitl hlncl: Sll'SP (10. Unst'buB not btru eonwideted. 1'iiees liave been nnulced
on Ibe (loodr. to Mtil YOU and mil t'S. We ate bound lo keep trade lively. Visit our establishment, note the piifca
and you will think ho too.
21 do, of I.n(licn' riiemifen, nt 2"ic
Kino White Victoria Lawn, al 7fic
Wliito Linen, cold, bord, Napkins
Fringed, !! foi Sno.
200 Piece.', of till Rill: Neck Gib
bons, all good colors', f yntds for 2.1c.
Rest quality of Mosquito Net linji,
'.10 inctiey wide and 10 viiiiIh lone;, foi
$2 2.") per piece.
India Silks, immcupc n?sm Intent,
ledueed two (Joe. These ate all new
j;oodn and no tw pattern alike.
jy Necessity knows no law, and our neecily cuts pi ices. Cost has no ronltol over what necessity demands.
While we during Ibis sale naciilie our piollls, Huh .vaeiiliee jives us a leputation for low piicea absolutely uece.-fcary
on which to build the j;ient buinecs wo ate al'tet iu the near fiitute.
YOU CAN BUY AN
DURING THIS SALE:
: DURING -:- THIS -:- SALE;
SS9"OnrMiHineiy Department, will be a preat altrnelion next Mondav; it will be a rare chance, The entire
stock of Trimmed Hats anil Hounds, all niaiked in plain figures, already much lower than olhewbermat a reduc
tion of 33$ percent. That is a .fit Hat cosls you $2, a l) Hut costs you only ijifi, a $10.00 Hat onlv cost you $10 00
and to on.
g0 Above mentioned prices wo cini.mleo for 30 d.ivs onlv. and nil ponds ill f,- nct.
?-A complete stock of While, Cieani 1'ignrcd MulN, Fancy Figured Cambrics, Sateens, Ginghams. Bey's Suits
im $-1.00 up to 22.00. 15c sine and be on hand in time. Ihessnmking Department on the premises.
OEKra K n no mniHMoH nt u .
Jumbies. Coffee Oakcs, Crackers,
fiT And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any
Ootre.a, T:i, (Ihncolale A Milk,
Steaks, Chop?, Fit.li, Ham & Eggs,
BS - Biiiex
i.f .....-- - ....n. ril -lVmta(m
Sole Proprietors of
KiiEir AIb. Hii Me, urnaliii, umm Sarsaparilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
car All foniiimnli'iittonH
AltT CLASSICS 1
MR. Allen Hutchinson holds a class
In modelling at his studio, Nim
iiuit avenue, iiry Tuesday and Satur
day. For partlculais apply "Jlell Telo
phonn nut. ;07 im
Powoll'H Uagfgngo ExproKH,
3tray or "Wagon.
Furnlturo.movlng a speciality. IJng
gngn delivered with promptness ami
cam to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King nnd llcthel streets. Hell Tele
phone. -170, Mutual Telephone 67.
ot--n iuwwJ'f'P-0-ll1cCi:a """'iw"rt"
ISSUED BY Till?
a ks so
OR do, of Ladies' Silk MitH, in
cream, while, black and canlinal, at
2oe pair; worth 7Sc and $'1.00 olee
wherc. lllaek Goods, no use to quote prices,
variety too huge, llavo been tclliiiu
chcaji, but pie.senl stock will go for
a nicie Ming. New (Joods in llii.s de
paitmen! Htith'r oKo t liit. week.
Ladies' (Jold. Ilotd. Hiiiulkerebief,
fie each, nice pattern:.
Ladies' Unbleached R.ilbrijmn
IIos,, nilk clucked, only 20.' pair.
: IF YOU ARE A GOOD JUDGE!
You can boy a
J SIO.OO SUSY I i
COKNElt HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
c--j ------.Uu a.wwo7Mr vrf u yttn a Mai a a U SF .BWr
FiTJXJ A.SS SJ Wi',R.3ESrJ?-
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO ORDER
Pies, Buns. Roils,
J roan 11:30 n. nt. to
rirrr.T r...,i.,i imime
and ortlcrH slionUl bo udtlroracfl to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
"CLIIIAf BAKINB POWDER
Without a Itivul in Prleo & QuiUIly !
Ono-tliird the Price of tlto Royal !
Evory Housekeeper Should Use It !
ar A Saving of :i:i Pei Oeut iii Cost and Quality tho Very Bent. &0
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
3 Ciubu w tiiVv u
IVnian Tituilf, in w palleins, 0 vda
for $ 100.
Kxtia ;ood quality of "Wliito Red-t-pieady,
only 1.10 each.
Linen Table Covoim, fitlxori, imsoi led
Turkcyied Tablo Cover, all linen
extia t-ize, $L:).r),
Fiuo assoitnicnt of ladies' Silk
llandkci chief, new shades, It for $1X0,
former price "fie, but we an- oet-
Htocked and go tboy must.
Ladies' Small Si.e but, e.lia good
lalily, I! for fiOc.
; RE SURE & ASK FOR OUR '.
' $13 XTITI:
You will have to pay ;
: DURING THISSALEi
purl of the city. J&
Slews, Sotibcd Pig's Feet, Etc.
1 j. un S
-" - I Mil IIHKIII
& IRON WATEB.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
EmiIusIvo Agents for tlio Hawaiian Inlands,
t&t- 5. sj&dr '-, 's
5 ,&lJ&l,At2j tJlttA M