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ikh. 'iiiiiiiirimi ijas gnpawmajum frrttrojrWwt r jii.sWA(mv j
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. ?, 1890.
Holders ot Water Privileges or
those paying Water Riitet,aieheieby
notified Hint tlic hours for uing
water for irrigating purposesnrc fiom
f to 8 o'clock a. m., nnd ! to 0 o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON, "
Supt. Hono. Water Woiks,
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Interior.
rr 11 k
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1890.
There was one especially com
mendable feature connected with
the presentation to the King of the
petition relating to a Constitutional
Convention the orderly, peaceful,
and in every way proper procedure.
The committee from Honolulu and
the delegates from the country met,
marched to the palace, presented
their wishes, received His Majesty's
reply, and retired, all with becom
ing propriety and dignity. There
was no manifestation of the filibust
ering spirit, nothing in the remotest
degree inconsistent with law, order,
and constitutional rights.
A POPULAR MOVEMENT TO BE
The movement for a new consti
tution appears to be general among
the native Ilawaiians throughout the
Kingdom. Like all popular move
ments there is more or less mixing
up of sensible with foolish ideas,
sense with nonsense. Whether the
element of wisdom or folly predo
minates, of course is a problem .that
would require a very skilful political
analyst to detennine--This much
at leastftyticlissuiriciras a settled
fact in the history of nations: a
popular agitation must be judicious
ly met and satisfied, otherwise the
public peace is endangered. The
fierce opposition of the Scottish
claus to the house of Brunswick was
no doubt very unreasonable, and
although squelched by bullets and
bayonets, it cannot be said to have
disappeared until the opposition
melted away in the personal popu
larity of the present sovereign. The
opposition of the native Hawaiian to
the new constitution would probably
have vanished if the Reform Party
leaders had popularized themselves
by measures and practices looking
more to the development of national
interests than to advancing the in
terests of personal friends and
family compacts. Political bossism
and wire pulling were among the
chief causes that produced the re
sults recorded by the electorate in
February last. The political bosses,
like all of that ilk in other coun
tries, had no concessions to make to
the people, for they were the people,
after whom the deluge. Now, if
our new political rulers mean to be
wiser than their predecessors, the
first duty before them seems to be
to meet by judicious concessions the
agitation that unmistakably mani
fested itself on the street yesterday.
The constitutional convention de
manded may be an unwise course of
procedure, too radical and revolu
tionary in its character. If so, it
affords a fine opportunity for Cabi
net Ministers nnd legislators to show
the mettle of their statesmanship, by
devising such measures as will re
move all reasonable grounds of com
plaint without the intervention ot a
political earthquake to shake up the
foundations of tho constitutional
THE LION'S SHARE.
The letter over the fancy signa
ture of Anti-Toady in your paper
yesterday, bears unmistakable evi
dence of having effused itself from
the brain of someone financially in
terested in the liquor saloon busi
ness. Passing over Ills ridiculous
splurging after the identity of the
author of Equal Rights and his lit
tle missionary-phobic snarl, lfind
there is nothing left to reply to ex
cept tho objection that tho early
closing of saloons would not dimin
ish the evils of drunkenness and
that the Post Ofllce Savings Bank
receipts and tho business of the
stores show that the lion's share of
the people's earnings do not tench
the coffers of Hie saloon keeper. If,
as my fancy named critic asserts,
early closing would not lessen the
number and quantity of drinks sold,
why do saloon keepers incur the ex
penso of keeping their places open
six hours beyond tho usual business
hours of the city? The fact is, and
my critic feels the force of it, that if
all the liquors consumed in this city
were brought home in bottles and
cases, the consumption would soon
show a heavy falling off and the
number and amounts of Savings
Bank deposits would show large in
crease?. The Saturday night saloon
tipplers tiro not the persons whoso
names appear in the Savings Dank
books, nor arc they the persons
whose debit entries in stores arc
well balanced by corresponding cre
dits. If tipplers would buy their
liquors in bottles and cases and take
them home, their wives might have
a chance of turning tho decoctions
of vitriol and fusel-oil into the house
sinks, the disappointed lope.r would
sleep at home instead of in thu Sta
tion House, and instead of being
mulct in SO damages on Monday
would re back to woik with a clear
head earning SG more, which would
be $12 better for the buyer, and if
my critic's objections mean any
thing they .mean that it would be no
loss to the seller. If early closing
would not lessen the sales of liquor,
what in the name of common sense
have the dcalcis or their apologists
to offer as an objection to tho change?
No doubt the saloon keepers are
very wicked, but they aro not fools.
And they are not going to work till
midnight, if they can gel off with
the siiiiiio results at live o'clock.
That, hovcvcr, is where the shoe
pinches. The liquor saloon is the
curse of every civilized community
in Europe and America; it nour
ishes on the ruin of its customers ;
its interests are antipodal to the in
terests of the people; and there is
nothing in evidence to show that the
Honolulu saloon is any improvement
on its "pard" in other cities.
In the 27lh annual report of the
Board of the Hawaiian Evangelical
Association for June we read on
page 1L as follows: "The pabt year
has been one of such political agita
tions as to awaken tho spirit of discord
in some of the churches, this is per
haps more especially noticeable in
the churches on the islands of Maui
and Oahu. There has been porcept
ably a relaxine of general interest.
A certain spirit of antagonism has
heed bred, race prejudices fostered,
and the undertow of the heathen
spirit quickened. But while it is
true that offenses have come, and
some have fallen, the process has
probably been one of wholesome
purging to the churches as a vhole.
The chaff has been winnowed from
This is what is written to be read
by every pions divine in every ham
let that has a church or schoolhouse
throughout the New England States,
as the writer knows, and piobnbly
throughout the United States and
the civilied parts of the world. The
question of why does the politics of
this country at the present time in
terfere with the discipline of the
native church at once arises. Was
there ever before in the history of
the world a whole nation in the name
of religion, led to the precipice and
told to jump? And when they refuse
(ke ko nci) it is written of them
that their heathen spirit has been
quickened. Would thatthatliand had
withered befoie it was written, would
that New Knglanders who lurnish
the coin and true prayers for what
was and should be noble work, knew
the truth, how it lias been prosti
tuted to land grabbing from the
native and our sugar interests until
there is hardly a missionary family
in the country to-day that is not
The time will come when the
world will know of the vital questions
of civilized life that the natives and
many foreigners arc now struggling
for in Hawaii nci, and which are re
presented by the National Reform
Party, which is the party that re
presents the true American and pro
gressive spirit of the country to-day.
iii'.roiti: ji'cuj.i.v, .t.
FlIIDAY, Allg. '.
Antone Pedlo vs. Kololiana (k),
trover. Defendant's appeal from
District Court, Ewa, where on June
27. 1800. judgment was rendered
for plaintiff for $10. Heard and
judgment rendered oia!!y for plain
tiff for SM and interest 89. A. P.
Paehaolo for plainjiff, .1. M. lume
akua for defendant.
Turn Vorein Honolulu
WILL hold their legulur weekly
practice at tho Honolulu Jtltles
Armor', at 7:30 o'clock, 'I'll Id (Fiidav)
EVENING. 032 It
HON. S. M. DAMON will act for mo
miller full power of altornev.
my absence lroin ihe Kingdom,
, Vt . V. ALLEN.
Ijpjwhjhj. July 31, 1S0O. (i-.'a lin
NOTICE is hereby given that I will
not pay debts contracted in my
name without my wiltton order.
W. U. ACIII.
Honolulu, July 7, 1600. 98 lm
DAILY JJtlLldflTlfl : HUI40LULU, H. J., AUOklST 15, 1890.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
OHSES am COLTS
On KATUIitlAY, Aug. 1,
AT IS O'CLOCK SOUS,
At llieienr of the office of Hnn ,T. I.
lowett, Queen Ml eel, 1 will 'I'll
nt Public Auction, about
IT, HEAD OF
How, Mares iS ' Colts,
ItinU'ti to Saddle ami
J A a. v.
MO ltd AN,
TRUSTEL'3 SALE OF
A T PC"
IX3.U J1IK3 .
By order of A. .T. Cmtwiight, V.t ,
tlio'Trusteo (it Ihe. Ketntc of the Isle
Qiienn l)ow;iger Emma ICiilclconiliinl,
deceased, and miller licence of 5111'
from the Hiipieine Court, sitting ii" a
Coin t of Piolule, I urn diicctcil to -cll
at Public Aiiclliiii, :il my Saleroom, In
On WEDNESDAY, August
AT 1 (ITMll'lt SUO.V.
Of that day, nil ami ftltigiilnr tlinl cur
tain Propel ty Mlii'ite in Xiuinnii Viil
ley. Honolulu, Oaliu, anil known :is or
Ami belli!: the same Piemles decilhcd
in Itnyal Patent Xo. P7. and eonininliig
an urea of 8 IL'-IOD ncies.
The above I'ie.mles wcie foinicily
occupied by the lion W. L. C.reen, anil
baie a Dwelling anil Out-houses upon
SSrl'or fiullier pai'tlnibin apply (n
Cecil Hi own or A. .1. Cauw light.
J AS. F.
$20 HE WARD!
npilE above rewnul will bo given to
JL anyone fin nlsliing Infin million tluir
will leid to the conviction of the peison
or peisouo who cut the ll.ijr rope af Oldna
Engine Co. Xo. " on b.ilur.lay night.
Itrlng Information to
G23 lw Km email Engine Co. No. ",.
olllce will be chwed fioni the
!(i;h iiist.. for a few month-!, dur
ing my nli-cnie ftoin Hie Kingdom.
M. E UROSSMAX
030 aw LVtu Nr.
ALL persons nic foibiihlcn to tict
pnss or to allow c.ntle on the
Plantation ami lileo Mill of Ivaalaca,
Koolnii. All pontics fonml on tho lands
sifter S o'clock at night will bepio-e-ciuetl
to the full extent of the l.iw.
SIXU 1IOPWA1 CO ,
(i-Ti 'Jv Per Lung Chung V.i.
men (lint Ououur
li is sold his, buIneM3
at Kaliiilul, Maul, Moie, lease, build
luj;. tool, ete., to Olmni; Wo Ton-'.
D.ite of lie Auut 1!), lfc!IO. All claims
to (lute of Mile will lie settled he Oiion?
I "Yieli .Siiue;. .Signed:
IfonoMilu, Aug III, l.v.io. ftitiiw
rpYO Hietlaml I'o
I. jiles, ft rayed
from in picmWq. A
lewaid will he paid on
tf. M. DAMON.
NOTEOJ3 to HUKSEJlflSN"!
rr ho Celebrated Ei.ii-
ii'iudoiili" will Maud
this season at the
Hi. KW furl her
rPO rent orleae a Cotlngo
X with aliout four rooms;
about 10 minutes' walk from
town; on King or IJeretanhi Htreetd, to
waids the I'lalus piefeued. Address
"L. As P.," this olllce. 2a tf
.ftvjL A CO'ITAOE on Vlneyiiid
&&& '- street, leeeully oeeu-
Mr. A. lohii'itoii.
None but a pi'r-oii
ing it ixTiimiC'iit
ileMroiH of beeom
tcintit need apply.
Aiijily to J
1 1 a
T r.U'.O .Stabler at pie-ent
occupied by Hawalluil
Transfer Co., peiinUtlnu
given Aiigiii-t Hi. Apply lo
(JOS tf .1. N WALKEE
WANTED at ON CIS !
CO'iTAGE within two
or tin i'o blocks fiom
the coiner of Port and Hotel
HtrceU, suitable for three gentlemen for
hoiisnlceeplng. Addic'-i -'I'. O. Ilox
Xo, S!U7." CM If
TO LET or LEASE
rpiIE Kesldeneo of Mra. A.
JL Long, in l'uuoa Valley.
01 King St., over J. Noll's stoic.
II.I.IMKVII l Willi
Numerous Maps and Skelolies.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
(!:! flw ID Merchant st , Honolulu.
Absolutely Perfect !
A IVifecl llltimliiallti" Oil in any
liinp. Direct lroin ?'e
!K VV K
l'oit tre t. i!t
Mutual Telephone Company.
ALT. Fii)iM:i'ibP.r who-e rciilaU me
three mouths oveidue and uu
piiid on September lfit, will be dWeon
tiinied on the iwitehboard of the Com
pan v. I Vr order.
C. O. 11E150HK,
0.10 til 'IVea-mer.
Will ititud for a 'hoit time nt
GrcecilBld Stables, Kapiolani P21I
' Dukk Ri'l.NCiut is n (bul biv. I yeiirs
0I1I; siands Ui'.j hands high; 'Mud and
I' 10 1 r C XtlO 10 :
By Biiks of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Noifoll,
2nd dam P..illeilna...by imp llnliownle
ftiddam Iteunle Farunv
by imp. Sluunioel.
lib dam Id,i by Imp. Italhli:i7.ai
fltb dam jMadain Hoslev (Oaniimi's
Dam) ! by Hr ltieh'ii rl
Otli dam Nancy Nlehol... by imp. "Ragle
Tib (lam Her. lioley '.
by Wlll.es' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
!Ub dam by imp. Sieillng
10th (him '. . . .by Clodius
1 1 tli dam by imp. V-iheieve
12th (Inn by Imp. .Jolly linger
Klih dam by imp. "r.utner
1-llb dam by Imp. Monkey
lfith dam imp. mate fiom the stud of
il Tin 1 Won, of lii.-imlon
t" Next of cam taken with animals.
In cihfi or accident no icpmislhilltv
will be assumed.
V. If. KICK Alt D(
ti-'J If IfoiioKna, I lav, all.
henry 11. Stanley'
IN DARKEST AFRICA
Tlioco-jiiilolottnrjnf ntanlrn rreciit tlirillln?
oilvnitiirn nml t'ju illncloairo of liU imajrtaiit
lU-imrli-jwIilnpiiuar for tho first tlmo lu tlio
moiIj yriliteii by lilliisuir, uillthit "Jli l)alliu,t
Afrl'a." 1) i not lio il.-Cflvn I hy miy of tiio to
cillca at i!.lcy bof.lj" now bcln.' ollcn-il uh "cen.
iilim anil "iimliciitlo " To nu una of tliiMi Un
fauulcy cjntrlbnUil i; lluo.
'J hfrcl s no qiiiMtlon ulmit th' ibtrment l'ng
cnrrecthifvtryinr.lcuUr Wii(nuranU-olt, anil
will film tut ItiiLinj on iipiillcatlii 1.
nAIITIflM Jl or(Ur ,'"1 ,0. 1" mV.c-1, 3f
UrtU I IUI1 that tl.i hfro'. 1hu thu Im.
CHARLES SCniBNER'S SONS
Awl tlul thu canvujuliu uvut uirli'g u Cf:IIMcalu
of ujfiiicy fiom im
A. L BANCROFT & CO.
132 POST STREET,
General Agents for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberiin,
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
nflli: next term begins MON'DVY,
X .September lt. New jniplls
should apply at once. For further par
(Icuhtm apply lo
Wm. II. OI.IWON,
r.L'8 21 1 I'llnelpal.
GOOD Ooolt foru much on Hawnll.
Apply nt tlil oillee. 00'j tf
WW fyjtt '
llnmiwnKlliii.111 niljirPJlJ.Jkmjj.'lL"XOUJ'lim'ii'i, ! lt-lKUiMMt.Vilirij3rv
OS7- TBUw ISTOTS.SS:
Cask Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
tCM.'UARM A. JScCUttSDY, Sr'lihnl.
tUf I'or full narticulara apjdy to
Doo--M-8!l General Agonl for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
1 1 a S St.
Our I't.Mt't1 SiiK'k :l n ttncriltau 1 Hot n ripoclal JUMluclion, Iml :i Cli-au Kwoop lit
Every Ji:'.rlnient, 1
CiiiuniiMicing MATL'ISHA Y, August iltli, our entire nine!: of Kcieiinalilo Cioods will he nlb'Hil nt piieca Unit must
atlnici immediate iiltftitimi. Wo need mure mum lo inopuily ilixplit mir Kunipeiiu puicluites now on ihe way
heie, and have rc.-olved.lhnt our pn-runt Htock MUSI1 (JO. OtRt Iuih niil'h(en eonnideuil. I'rieea liavo been uimketl
on the (hinds to suit YOU and not'US. Weaie bound to keep tiade lively. Viuil our cMnldi'dimenl, note the pi ices
and you will think so too.
2L"lozof r.adies' OheiniK'5, at 2"ic
I-'ine While Vietoiin Lawn, at 7fio
White liiiu'ii, cold, boid, Napkin.
Kiinged, I! fur "nc.
'2(!0 I'ieees or nil Hilk Neck li.it
Iioiim, all goud color, I! yaida for Uric.
llesl qu ilily of .MiKipiiln Netting,
!H1 ineues wide anil 10 yanks long, I'm
$'.'. 2."i per piece.
Indiii Hilk, immense r.sortmen(,
i educed two ii.le. These ate all new
goods and no two patterns alike.
jr2ff"Neeessity knows no law, and our necc-.Mly euls juices. Cost has no eiinlii.l over what necessitv demands.
While we during this sale saeiiliee our profits, this saeriliee gives iw u lepulntion for low piieca nbsolutelv ueeonrv
on which lo build the great buiiness we aie aflei in the near fuhno.
YOU CAN BUY AN :
DURING THIS SALE:
gSSfOur Millineiy Depailmenl, will be a gieal iillr.ielion nel Mmid.iv;
slock of Trimmed ILila and Uonuut.o, all inaiked in pl.iin Tigines. alie.idv
tion of .TiJ peieent. '1 hut is a W Mat costs you '2, a !j-! Hat costs you only
and so on.
j5fAbove mentioned prices we giiuinnlee for .".() days only, and all goods nold for cash.
&A complete slock of White, Cie.im Kigiued MulN, K.moy Kiguicd Cninbncq, Snteenn, (Jinglianis. Uny's Suitu
fiom ij.-l.00 up lo :?22 00. Ho Hue and be on hand in lime. Dressmaking Dep.ulnient on the premises.
ltJ,J 1 n a m ii b n s ns. .. ..
ic ft sr im
61i "B -r A
Jumbles, Coffee Oakes, Crackers,
fiSST And will be DELIVERED KHEK of OHAIUJE lo any
HU..L or Ii,VKI(2s
Collee, Tea, Chocolate A. Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fish, Hum A Eggs,
H SB S ii R H K
Solo Proprietora of
Ginpi' Ale, Hon All, GriMliiii, Mmjm, Sarssparilla. Mineral Wilm, Etc,
fc3 AM coniniitiiiftalioiiH imil mlt-,s blioutd bo addroHKod Jo
WH I iMUIH JWM IIAIAfcWL'Oiril'l lirtltil nyir.iM. n ill
ART CLASSES !
TVTlt. Allen Hutchinson lioldit a ckisi
.JX In modelling at his studio, Nmi
anu avenue, ovory Tuesday nnd Satur
day. For particulars apply 'Itell Tele-
piiono rm. onriiii
Powoll'H Uag?K ExprosH,
lri' or "Wiitron.
lirnlliiro moving a speciality, llug
gugo delivered with nroinpluega and
caro to tiny part of elty. Stand, corner
of King and Uelliel stieets. Itell 'J'ele
phnun -170, Mutual Telephone C7.
ISSUED 1JY TII15
OOEGS5SO THIS DAY
08 do;-, of T.idie.s' Silk Milts, in
eieani, while, black nnd enriliiial, at
2 fie pair; wm th 7oc and !ji.()0 elu
whete. . lilaek noods.no u-e t(Mitolu piiecn,
vatiely too huge. Ilnve been felling
cheap, but piemen! t-loek will go for
it nieie song. New (J.iuds in this do
pailmcul Miilier also llii.-, week.
Ladies' Cold. Iionl. Handkerchief.
fie e.ieh, nice p.iilerns.
Ladies' Unbleached ll.tlhrivgau
Iloe, mIIc clocked, only 2fle pair.
; You can buy a
j SIO.OO SOST I ;
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
g-, .Mu.urw w uuvrwf vja n'b tt U HWBtlWI
CJ ID" A.1' HJ T !. IS B'CT.
ALWAYS ON MAN I) AM) TO ORDER
Ties. Boos, Rolls,
IVossa 11:30 .. m. to
'"ni ',TTi-!mrfirrt rtv
B TSS m m i B a s nrj. &n ti :. n v ms n n
ETS : LER
n O N A D E.
:-hiiu-: rLAin : dUUA.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
-. . , U, .,.., , ,n7.r5
Without a Klvul in ViU-.q & Quality!
One-third tho PHcd of tho Eoyal !
Every Houoekeoper Should Uoo It !
8jBT a Having of XI 1'or Cent in Cont and Quiilily (ho Wry UpbI. 3
SPECIAL HATES TO JOBBERS.
Persian Mullj, new patterns, (i ih
Kxti.i good quiilily of While lteit
Hpieadi', only $1.11) c.icb.
Linen Table ('oveit', WTh, a.suoited
Ttirkeyrcd Table Cover, all linen
extra sie, rl.:i".
Kino nfMiilmciil-of adien' Silk
llnndkeioliicf, new shades, ; forl.()0,
former price 7.)c, but we aie over
stoeked and go I hey must.
Ladies' Small Si.e but, extm gor.d
iti.ilily, I! fur fi)e.
; p.e sunn & ask ron ouk:
You will have to pay ;
: DURING TH!SSALE:
it will be a laic elutnee, Tho
nnieh lower limn elsewhere at a
!.(i, a iJlfi.tK) Hal onlv co-it you
purl of tho city, g
Slews, Souped Pig's Feot, Ele.
1 i. hi. fgg
Ki hk nsfl Fr aia n.;fl
& IIION WATEP
p $a p
Id .POSi CI
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Excliihivn Aguntu for tho Hawaiian Ialandfl,
ji" &W..M'fn I'.vy '
A s ',
:.;., &WMK&63i&a M&b.iJ.
'-?a.- iv. "s