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A;no'aMimMa.BM'fcg,t.it.M Htr&f3aS&&i,jabsivit (gni,wwiii
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. I), 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those raying Water Rates, ai e hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes ale from
0 to 8 o'clock A. m and A toO o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Work?,
C. N. SrKNCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But ettablithtd for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 18&0.
Representative Pnehaole wants
the decisions of the Supreme Court
translated into Hawaiian and pub
lished, and lias introduced a bill re
quiring this to be done. Consider
ing that so ruany people, lawyers
and laymen, interested in the deci
sions know no language but the Ha
waiian, publication in that language,
as well as in English, is a proper
thing to do.
WATER AND LIGHT.
Both extension and improvement
are needed by the Honolulu Water
Works. During periods of drought
the supply runs dangerously low.
Rain spells bring muddy water into
houses. Housekeepers would prefer
to sec the earthy material appro
priated for the use of public grounds
and parks. Tlicj' pay for pure
water and are cheated so long as the
Government does not supply that
commodity and a sufficiency thereof.
The present Appropriation Bill
asks for a large amount for the water
supply of Honolulu. For new pipes,
laying them, increasing the lower
.reservoir, and general repairs, the
total is over S275.O0O. Besides this
about S40,000 is wanted for a filter
ing system in connection with the
Nuuanu Valley supply,. and $8000
for purchase of land and water rights
for extension. These proposed ap
propriations make a grand total of
8323,417, which looks very large
for a single public service out of an
entire expenditure of only four
The Water Works, however, are
among the reproductive public
works that eventually will pay for
themselves. Therefore, nlthough
the appropriation desired looks
heavy when there are many other
projects of national development,
new and old, thundering at the
treasury doors for assistance, the
country will not be made any poorer
in revenue, but the reverse, in the
long run by this expenditure, the
interest on which at six percent will
be less than 519,000.
There is a revenue of $43,000 a
year on the piesent basis, and a
promise of 840,150 almost certain
to be realized on the proposed ex
tension. -The revenue for the two
years ending 1888 showed an in
crease of $29,979.20 over that for
the two years ending 1880. The
net receipts on tho present basis
would amount to $27,475, and on
the extension to $30,975 a year.
It is also proposed to increase the
electric light service, partly on the
strength of the increased water
supply. The Government must light
the streets, and it has contrary to
our advice gone into private light
ing. Anything that will improve the
service and prevent the account
coming out on the wrong side should
be supported. The amount wanted
for electric light works improvement
is $275,217, against the interest and
sinking fund accounts of which is
an estimated revenue of $28,800.
This will probably from various
little causes fall somewhat short of
realization, but there is a respectable
margin against nil ordinary even
tualities. Judgo Foster in tho United States
District Court, at Topcka, Knn., hns
just rendered an important decision
on the original package question.
Frank McGuire of Lyons, Kan., re
ceived a wooden box containing
fifty bottles of whisky, each bottle
being in a pasteboard box, and sold
a number of these bottles. Judge
Foster now holds that in opening
the wooden box he broke tho orig
A l.nrcn Delegation With 1'poti til
3IiuHty nml wniit u i'oiiMltu
The committee appointed at a
mass-meeting held on ValnccSipinrc
sonic weeks ago, with delegates from
country districts, met this morning
at the hall of Engine Co. No. 4,
comer of Berctania and Nuuanu
streets, for the purpose of proceed
ing to the Palace to present the
resolution adopted at the mass-meeting,
together with a petition, to His
Majesty for the appointment of a
convention to revise the constitu
tion. A procession v.as formed, and
led by tho Royal Hawaiian B'ind,
marched down' to and along King
street to the makai gate of the Royal
Palace. Crowds of spectators assem
bled about thi! Palace Square and on
the sidewalks on the line of proces
sion. Fifty-eight men walked, luo
abreast, with Kila in front bearing
aloft the Hawaiian Hag. Mr. George
Markham acted maishal and can led
the petition. An engrossed copy of
the resolution adopted at the niass
ineeting was borne by Mr. Paleka-
lulu. lho processionists, all native
Hawaiinns, wearing tall hats, full
dress suits and white gloves, pre
sented a highly respectable appear
ance. No demonstrations weie made
by the spectators. The procession
filed into the Palace grounds whither
it was accompanied by a quiet and
orderly company of men, wdir.cn
and children to the number of pro
bably about live hundred.
The delegation was received at
the Palace door by Mr. James W.
Robertson, Vice-Chamberlain, and
admitted to audience of His Majesty
with whom there were present Col.
G. W. Mnofarlanc, H.M.'s Chamber
lain, the Hon. J. A. Cummins, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs, and Hon.
Godfrey Biown, Minister of Fi
nance. The petition was presented by
Judge S. K. Mahoe, chairman of the
Following is the petition :
To Youu Most GiiAnors Ma.uvit,
David Laami:a Kai.akai:a.
Jil the Grace of God of the Vi
tiaiian Jslanda, King:
We the Committee of Your Ma
jesty's subjects, request to piesent
the sentiment of the Nation, and
for the benefit of the Crown, the
country and the, people, and,
Whereas, we have been appointed
a Conventional Committee of Your
Majesty's subjects, piesent from the
Islands of Hawaii, Maui, Oahu,
Kauai, Molokai, and Lanai, and,
Whereas, in a meeting of the
Conventional Committee of the
Kingdom assembled in the City of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, on the
9th day of August, A. D. 18!)0, it
was voted, in accordance with the
strong feelings of the subjects in
the different districts whom we now
represent, to present to Your Ma
jesty's the petition of Your subjects,
Whereas, Your Majesty was
forced to abolish the Constitution
of Kamehamcha V, without the
allowing You proper time to con
sider and consult with Your subjects
in regard to the Constitution which
was forced upon You, and is at pre
sent in force, and as such was a
very disgraceful act to the Crown
of Hawaii nei, and placing You in a
verv peculiar predicament, and
which You could not prevent at
that time; therefore You approved
and signed the said Constitution
under threats ; and,
Whereas, the rights and privi
leges of the Ballot box given to
Your subjects by the Constitution
of Kamehamcha V, on the 20th day
of August, A. D. 1804, and amend
ed by King Lunalilo in the year
187.'), and amended again in the
year 1874 in the reign of Your Ma
jesty, said rights of Your subjects
have be taken from them. And
Your subjects were forced to be
sworn under the present Con
stitution, in order that they
miglit have their rights at the
ballot box; and if they did
not consent to be sworn, they would
have been deprived entirely of their
right to vote; and,
Wrhereas, on account of the many
objections now springing up in the
Kingdom of Hawaii and among
Your people with regard to the pre
sent Constitution, obstructing all
manner of work and promotion of
peace in the land, as well as perfect
personal safety, hitherto enjoyed by
Your independent Government of
Hawaii nei; and,
Whereas, Your Majesty's sub
jects cannot bear with patience its
troubles under the present Consti
tution, and in order to wipe out
these difficulties and to set at case
the minds of Your subjects; there
fore, Bo it Resolved, that tho Petition
of Your subjects be a good cause
for our King to request the Legisla
ture to enact a Law authorizing You
to call a Convention for the purpose
of drafting a suitable and equitable
Constitution for Your Kingdom im
mediately after the prorogation of
the Assembly of 1890.
And Your petitioners will ever
W JITcll, J AKahoonci, J Holc
luho, U Markham, Chas B Dwight,
G W Kualaku, J Kokipi, A K Pale
kaluhi, M Palau, K K Aki, ,J Keau,
J l'oe, K Kukauhdii, P Kalumi, H
Makalii, S Kila, J B K Kukuhiko, R
N Boyd, O B Mailo, R H Meokapu,
J W Bipikano, Chas K Mnkcknu, J
N Paikuli, J II Pamniaulu, J Na
holowaa, 8 K Mahoo, J Prendergast,
B K Keaweolu, J II Baronaba, A
Kauknti, J Uakn, J Kalama, u West,
daily svhtmmi hoholulu, h. l,
wiiwu,)Wiiiibi inummiumjMWui.ii,i u,L.iiufwwu'w.nmwqCT
W Mossman, N Kekahln, 1? Kekon,
V l'okelo, 1) W ICntnaliitcaiip, M Kit
poi, J llaulani, W R Kideibuio, 11 V
l'uanhhvn, M. Wilcox.
Following is Ills Majesty's Reply ;
Ji'twu.S. K. Mahoi:, Chairman of
Delegates from tho People.
67 iv In reply to the petition
presented to inc by the delegates
from the several electoral districts
of lho Kingdom, I announce through
you and the other delegates, to my
people, thai their requests shall re
ceive my consideration. 1 commend
the propriety with which you have
presented the wishes of the people,
using our constitutional right to
present their petition for the redress
of grievance. I shall submit the
matter to the Legislature and re
quest that body to take the steps
required to carry out the desires of
my people, in whose behalf this
petition has been laid before me.
The gentlemen of the delegation
on coming out of tho Palace, seemed
to be pleased with the result of
their mission, several of them re
marking to enquiries from the spect
ators, '"all light," "all right." The
procession ic-foimrd and marched
to headquarters at Aiion Hall, when
several short impromptu speeches
were made Irom the verandah, (he
speakers being cheered by the
crowd. Mass meeting is to be held
this evening on Palace Squaie to
hear the report of the delegates.
Thceo cheers were given for the
King, for the delegation, and for the
proposed New Constitution, alter
which the crowd dispersed in good
Mutual Telephone Company,
ALL Milwrihesr hn.e rentals are
three months oierdue ami un
pnid on September lt, will lie discon
tinued on the switchboard of the Cnm
nanv. l'or order.
C. O. lJKHOKH,
i;:tO hi Treainer.
It, J It. V. II,
OAKTKR will transact,
for iiiR during' my ali
liingdoiii. i:. c;. kovtj:.
eiieo fioin tin
Honolulu, Aug. it, lftm. "2S :
ron sai.i: i'.v-
(ialvnnixtMl & Ihuk
Fence Wire & Staples
rou sam; m
11. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
I lof bvnulitiiiH,
I 5 I'll ii 1 ti n "W u t rv.l l u VJV.
llolsatlii, JlUtc. ;il.
HAVANA CIGARS !
kok sai.i: IIV
II. W. SCHMIDT k SOI.
Thoroughbred -:- Ruling
Will Maud for a short time at
Greenfield Stables, Kaplolani Park.'
Dukb RiTNCun Is a dark hay, -1 years
old; stands r, liandH hllij Idud mid
r IS X I G XI 13 12 :
By Duke of Norfolk?
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam lhilleiinn...by imp. Jialrownlu
:trd duin llennlu Farrow
by imp. Shaimnel;
4th dam Ida by hup. Bnlslin.zar
Stli dam Madam Hosier (fiainnm'a
Dam) by Sir Itlelnid
Ctli dam Nancy NIchol. . .by imp. Ktiglu
7th dam ISct. Koslcy
by Wllkea' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
Dili dam by imp. Stcillux
11th dam by imp. Stlveieyo
12th (him .by Imp. .fully Jtoger
lilth (lain by Imp. 1'ailner
Mth dam by imp. Monkey
IStli dam imp. mure, from tho stud of
Harrison, of Brandon
C37 I! est of earn taken with niihnulH.
In nana of accident no icspuiuihlllty
Will bo assumed.
W. II. RIOKARD,
6?2 tf Jlonokaa, Hawaii,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
HORSES mm COLTS
On SATUKOAY, Aug. 1,
AT 12 'u:.ok xoux,
At the. loiirof the ofllen of Hon .Tib. I.
DovPtt, Queen street, 1 will -"''.I
at PiiMle Auelloii, about
in nv,A.iy of
How, Mares & Colts,
RroUn to SmliUe anil
MO KG AN,
TRUSTEE'S SAL OF
By order of A. .T. Oaitw right, Kq ,
tlie'Trnstee of the Kiluto of the late
Queen Downier Kunnit Kaleleonalani.
deceased, and under licence of sale
from the Supreme Court, sluing :is a
Court of Probate. 1 am dlreeted to sell
at Public Auction, at my Salesroom, in
On WEDNESDAY, August 27,
AT l O'CLOCK IVOOV.
Of that day, all and singular that cer
tain Propel ty situate, in Nuuanu Val
ley. Honolulu, Oahu, and Known as or
And beliia Hie same Premises dceiilied
III Royal Patent No. 07, and containing
an area of S tia-lOD acres.
The above Premises wens formerly
occupied by the Hon V. I. Oieen, anil
have a Dwelling and Out-linuses upon
JTl'or fin I her
(Veil Hinv, n or A.
partiiiil.us apply In
tS hereby !iven to all persons that at
a ineetinj! of Hit; shareholders of
I'uauhau J'iautatlou Co.. (I.M). held on
the 1st day of August, 1M)P. It was voted
to accept the Charter of Incorporation
dated .lu'y at, 18!i0,and granted to them
mid their associates and sneee.-Jor.s
under the coipor.ttion name and -tyleof
Paauhau Plantation Co, Limited.
And lluit tho Coiporation under -.aid
('baiter was dn y org.mi.ed and elected
the following named otlicer.", viz.:
l'l evident Win. G. It win,
Vieo-J'iv.sldenl .... Clans SpreckeH,
Secirurv & Treasiucr
" W. M. Gifinid
Notice Ik al-o given that, pursuant to
thi! tcims of said Charlci, no Mock
holder -0mll be Indixldiiaily liable for
the debts of the Uoipur.Uion. beyond
the amount which shall be due upon the
share or shares owned or held by 1 1 1 in
self. W. M. GlPFAltO,
Secretary l'aauhau Plantation Co.
Absolutely Perfect !
SAFE ! BRILLIANT ! SWEET
A J'e.ifect illuminating Oil in nnv
Lamp. Direct from New
HENRY ffl. STANLEY
IN DARKEST AFRICA'
Tho corj.lclo otorjr rf Btanlcy'ii reonit tiirlllliiir
ulvotiturcj ami tho itlBCliuuiu u( lilt liupurUnt
ilUuoiorIi'llln'iripar forth., lint tlmo in thu
uik written by lilmself, cntllU.l "In Daikcit
Afira. J) I not liu dicivuil by rniy ot tho (
lalk'il 'Htaulrjr lioaka" now Iwluc ottrrrd at 'Vou.
iiliiy'aiKfumliiTitlc." To uu ono uf tlirfu liut
Biamey coniriuiiiru unnti.
Therol lni(ueU!mi about til's Btatcinf nt Miii
will Hvn nartl.mlarin uiiillratiM.
'rrcciin evbry t.irLium.ir. vn irnu
irticnUr, WogiumnU'oIt, utid
u niik'f nub lo la hiIbIu 1. a-o
tlut Umi )mo'i lliUTB tlM lui.
CHARLES GCRIBNCR'S SONS
Ami that thu canv.uJiJ2 at-nt earths u cuttJHcate
ot ugt-iwy ttnu 11a,
A. L BANCROFT &C0:
132 POST STREET,
General Aycnts for tho Pacific Coaot.
J. Wu Chamberlin,
Xolo Agent for Hawnllan Klngdoiii,
August i4, imo
rngj IRgsag 0
mi- For full particulars apply to
iE2r 3() BAYe
s fi. tiira
Our Ivnl.iro Slock
Cnnimciicing RATUUPAY, August lllli,
nllniel iimiicdiato ullcntioii. We necil
hoicniul lm vcifMilwd,! lint our prcenl
mi the (ioodi to nil YOU and mil US.
and you will think so too.
of Ladies' Cheiniscs, nl 2,ic
Vieloiia Lawn, aL 7.V
While Linen, cold,
I' ringed, .f mr 'jfic.
2U0 Pics-en of all Silk Neck Kih
lions, all gottd culm's, (! yaiil for Soc,
Host, quality oT Mtisquilii Mulling,
!)0 inches wide anil 10 voids long, I'oi
'2 2ii per piece.
India Silks, immense assortment,
reduced two OHe. ThcbO arc all new
goods and no two patterns alike.
giSNeecssity knows no law, and our necessity cuts prices. Cost has no conliol over what necessity d'inand
While we during this sale saciillce our profits, this sacrifice gives us a leputation for low piicca absolutely neeo-Etiiy
on which to build tho great, hiifineps we sue nftei in the ne,ar JOure.
YOU CAN BUY AN,:
FOR $9.35 j
DURING THIS SALE:
gJfOur Millinery Depnilnient, will he a great attraction. nel Monday; it will he a rain chance, Tho entire.
Block of Tiininted Hats and Bonnets, all niiuked in plain figured, ahead v much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of .1S.V percent, 'flint is a .1st lint cosIm you 'l, a $.) ll.il costs you only .$, :i $15.00 lint, only coM vou $10.00
and fo on.
gfiTAliovr- nienlioned prices we gutrantci) for ,'H) days only, and nil goods sold for cash.
fi"A complete Block of White, C renin Figured Mulls, Fancy Figuied Cambrics, Sateens, (jinghnnis.
from $1 00 up to $22 00. Bo urc and lie on hand in lime. Dressmaking Department on the premises.
2" COBNKll HOTEL & FORT STREETS. rim
jmuaimtWiHii.MjwMmMMiii in im i n iimii n n mi ii nil tiiii M-LJ.
a h f?, n ?ia r - . ns hn $ m i . ,ta .
i iBeiL pigiEiiw nna wnrrrr piinnii
Fresh Gakes5 Pies, Buns, 8oiis3
I I i 1 ii oc r cl 11 13 y
(!fi(lb, Teu, Chocolate fr
i KtiiwiijiwfcfcMiMwiww(iiiiiwTwnirTinMMTirTmftaariBJirw nMriiHiiiimiiii II ltwj "' JUluiuumwiMiwifi i
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON "WATER,
Giipr Me, Hop Ale, GronaflinG, Mmk SarsapariJIa, ffirnnl Wales, Elc.
ta- All cnmnuiiik'ution
MIL Allen Hutchinson holds a elafci
in nioilelllng at his Htmlio, Nuu
anu avniuio, every Tueuday and tfatur
dny. For particulars apply 'Hid! Tele
phonocai. C07 tin
Powell's Baggjigo Express,
Dray or AViihoii.
Furnltnro moving a speciality. IlBg
gago delivered with promptness and
care to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King oud Bethel Btreets. Bell Tele
phony 179, Mutual Telephoue (57.
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classes 1 P3-PBliV" aifftMit FifiiAinrn
ISSUED Y TUB
KMJMAKM A. MclHJKWY, 1'i'OMltlciH.
bWfl rc-a ZU Wl -i-r
a AM xi , a ? or
a s so xyjk. lift sai
Snc.riihio I Ni(, n Special Koriiu'lloii, bill,
12 very ilopiirtmeiil !
our ontito Mock of Seasonable inod will he oITckiI at prleea tint! miihl
more room to properly display nur Kiinipoiin put oil uses now un tho wav
stock MUST CiO. Gosl, has not been consitleroil. I'liees have been mnrkiil
We me Inniiul to la-op Ir.ulc lively. Visil nui cMnldiMinient, note the pi ice
OS (Ins! of I.atlies' Silk Mitlu, in
cicnm, white, hlnck unil ci'iilinal, at
'inc. pair; worth 7oc nnrt 1.00 else
whiiri1. IMiick Goods, no use to quote pi ices,
variety loo huge. Have been yelling
cheap, but pici'oul. Hliicl: will go for
a niero song. New (Joi.ds in litis de
iarlnieiit. gnfl'er also tiiis week-.
Ladieb' Cold. Uord. Ilrtiidk-etciiicf,
fie each, nice patterns.
Ladies' Unbleached llnlbriggim
Hose, silk clocked, only 20,' pair.
! IF YOU ARE A GOOD JUDGE I
You can buy n
3 i I
&a C D A &? VtV h H M-M Zt vsiV WtJ Um qL J VbS Hu M
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OltDEIt
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
And will he DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any purl of tho city. .0
Kir-I., of I'A.IJ!C:
C'hopa, Fish, Hani &
Tfotn. Tl:30 11.
3EZj&.J.J'M IT, IVJrtin,fire-
TAHITI : LEIVIOAOE,
mill onloiH shonlrt bo addnisaod (o
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
IftUIMJt l9!e91IU rUfVlfCil
Without a Klval in Price & Quality !
Ono-third tho Price of the Royal !
Evory Housekeeper Should TJao It !
gr A Saving of .T.t Per Cent in CoM and Quality the Viuy Best. &
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
for .'SI. 00.
new pattern", i) yU
Kxlrn good quality of Whitt
spreads, only I.IO eaeli.
Linen Tahle Covers, nGx5r, hhkh ted
Tut key icd Tahlc Cover, all linen
extra si.e, LIlo.
Kino assottincnt of i,adie' Silk
former jii ice 7,ric, hut. we tnu oei
slocked and go thoy must.
Ladies' Small Sile hut, cxlm good
(pialily, !! for fit),'.
BE SUhE&ASK FOR 0UI! :
You will have to pay ;
Stews, Soured Tig's Foot, Etc.
j. m &
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
'ihi, &.i .
.&. AfciS ?1
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