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Daily bullistjus : hunulillu',- ii. i., august ig, uju'O.
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Byviituoof the uulhnrity in mo
vested by the Constitution and the
Statutes of this Kingdom nnd doom
ing it essential to the promotion of
justice, I do hereby order tliat the
Regular Term of tlio Third Judicial
Circuit to be held at Waioliiuu, Kuu,
Hawaii, on the first Thursday, of
September, 1890, bo hereby post
poned until MONDAY, the 15th day
of said September, 1890, at 9 o'clock
Witness my hand ami
i ) tlio seal of the Supreme
L. S. Court at Honolulu, this
( ) 14th day of August,
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Cum t.
Alfred W. Carter,
2nd Deputy Clerk Sup. Crt.
Honolulu, 11. I., Aug. U, 18!H.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rate6, aieheicby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigatingpurposesarc from
G to 8 o'clock a. m., nnd ! toO o'clock
Chas. R. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Woiks,
C. N. Spj:kci:r,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither ifcet nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1890.
Minister Brown is reported to
have said in the Legislature yester
day, that "there is no lighthouse in
the world lighted by electricity."
We quote from an exhaustive arti
cle on "Recent developments of
electricity as an industrial art," by
Schuyler S. Wheeler, in Harper's
Weekly for Feb. 25, 1888: "They"
the arc lights "are being adopt
ed for the more important lighthouses
all over the world." "The largest
one in the world is in the light
house at Sydncj", Australia, which
equals 180,000 candle power, and
can be seen fifty miles."
MR. SMITH'S LETTER.
Mr. W. O. Smith, throngh the
medium of the Advertiser, queries
the Editor of the Bui.lktin. Mr.
Smith asks the editor what the lat
ter means by the following state
ment quoted from a Bulletin edi
torial, viz., "That the opposition of
the native Hawaiian to the new Con
stitution would probably have
vanished if the Reform party leaders
had popularized themselves by mea
sures and practices looking more to
the development of national interests
than to advancing the interests of
personal friends and family com
pacts." Now, that statement means
just exactly what it says, neither
more nor less. The English is pret
ty good that is, for us and the
weaning about as clear as we know
how to make it. Mr. Smith also
desires ua "to refer to a single in
stance where the leaders of the Re
form party sacrificed tiic develop
ment of national interests to the
interests of personal friends nnd
family compacts." Thcwofd "sac
rifice," or its equivalent, was not
used by us; but nt the same time
we are not sure that it is not the
proper term. To name a single in
stance where the "personal" or the
"family" motive distinctly prompt
ed action is extremely easy and doz
ens might be cited without any great
exertion. But only one is aBked
for, therefore one only will be given
at present, viz., the Board of Health
changes shortly after tho party as
sumed power. Now, that wo have
obliged Mr. Smith, will bo kindly
tell us how many instances he can
enumerate in which the motive named
was clearly wanting.
The Mahdi has determined
The losses by the fire nt Stamboul
aro placed ut 1,000,000.
The French Chamber of Deputies
has passed the Direct Taxation bill.
Tho British Parliament will ho
prorogued on August 14th and will
meet again in November, probably
ou the 25th.
Alleghany county, Penn., has
made au increase of 54 per cent in
population in tea years,
THE CIVIL SERVICE BILL.
Tho Advertiser, true to the philib
tine principles of tho Reform Party
of revolutionary politicians and
boodlcrs, has now twice attacked tho
Civil Service Rill that is pending be
fore tho Legislalmo. The better and
more liberal class of our thinking
men have paid but little attention of
late to the nanow gauge twaddle of
the young editor of the Advoitier,
but bin attacks on the Civil ftciviee
ate so characterized by falsehood and
the petty opllis and mu row idea of
bin clique that I deem it nccewaiy to
publicly tebut his jaundiced ii St
ings, so that no good man may go
Tho Advertiser says that the bill
gives the entire control of appoint
ments to the Civil Service Commis
sioners, which is a falsehood, for the
bill in e.xpichs terms gives tho appoint
in!; power to the Ministers.
Tlio Advertiser objects to the sec
tion providing for examination!', and
has tho effrontery to say that the bill
does not provide for examinations:
wheieas the section is adapted al
most in its entirety from the U. S.
Civil Soivicc Act, which provides for
practical examinations at- to Illness
for oflice without regard to profici
ency in academic education. A pel
fect examination in academic sci
ences is not a fair test of an indivi
dual's capacity for the clerical work of
Government departments. Practical
tiu.ililications can lie Iho only fair
11 would take up too much of your
space to enter into a complete de
fense of tho bill, but it will be suffi
cient to say for any unprejudiced
mind that the bill has been cniefully
drawn, and embodies all the bust
features of the United States and
English Civil Service Acts carefully
applied to our local conditions. Hoth
ot the Advcitiser aiticles bear the
tiaee of personal spite, and have pro
duced no good aiguinent against the
lull, for the writer is evidently en
tirely unfamiliar with Civil Seivice
methods. He is indeed an unworthy
citizen that in a contemptible parti
7.111 spirit, would indite a denuncia
tion of a measuie that isappiovcd of
by all thinking men, regaidless of
party as a move in the right direction
to secuie the integrity and good ad
ministration of our public service.
The columnsof the Advertiser have
seldom contained anything so abstud,
so huuric, so childish as its Civil
Service aiticles, and their perusal
leads inn to infer, though I do not
iisseit it, that the wiiter is a natural
We hope our legislators will liso
above the Advertiser level and vote
for Civil Service, which alto means
HOT THE LION'S SHARE.
I am glad Mr. Equal Rights thinks
my signature (Anti-Toady) "fancy."
His signature is not "fancy," and
equal rights would have a poor show
I am not in the liquor business,
my sweet one, never have been ; and
never likely will be. I do not know
what "splurging" means, and am too
ignorant to underbtand pearls of lan
guage like "niissionary-phobic," etc. ;
but I am sure of ono thing, that 31 r.
E. R. in his last "squib" bhows too
much gall and indigestion to entitle
bin) to instruct his brethren. Not
being a "fancy critic," dear hoy, J
do not know why "wicked" saloon
keepers keep their places open "six
houis beyond the usual busincbs
hours of this city, and it is no aflair
of yours or mine.
Mr. Equal Rights has no know
ledge of the Postal Savings Rank,
other than that of any kanaka, and
as to the character of the depositor,
lie must, of course, he ignorant. As
for wives throwing "decoctions of
vitriol and fusel-oil" into the bouse
sink, all that can be said is that Mr.
E. R. must have an intimate ac
quaintance with tiicks unknown
among respectable liquor dcalcis,
and may pcibaps have condescended
to use such vile stuff before he was
converted to become n splenetic cen
sor of his fellowK.
Vour reference, Mr. E. R., with ie
gaid to tlioso who sleep in tho Sta
tion House is very weak. Yon must
h.ivo a l.irgo and varied o.peiiunce
among such a class of persons. I
hopo you ulwayfa take them nut.
Rcspcctablu suloon-kcepcis do not, I
think, encourago men to imbibe to
excess, and have but little, if any,
knowledge of the quarters you seem
to bo familiar with.
Mr. Equal Rights says "tho liquor
saloon is tho curse of every eivilicd
community in Europe and America."
I will say to you, my sweet ono, that
the greatest of men, the choicest of
the face, those who have gonitis,
abilities transcendaut, the oracles of
senates, the adored of tho learned,
the poet, tho statesman, the divine,
the judge, tho "loved of Indies nnd
tho themo of song," the conquciors
of the forces of nature, who wring
from her imprisoned scciets, and
ovorybody else tho world over are
frequent patrons both of tho hotel
and saloon, except a few mediocrities
of like calibre with yourself.
Now, right here, at the "ultima
thule" (tho jumping off pl.tco) wo
liavo one, who scorns, to bo either a
retiicd dipsomaniac, or one who
knows nothing of tho subject ho has
chosen to spit forth his venom upon,
piping his weak and childish treble,
and trying to make his contracted
soul tho fountain from which men
must draw their ideas of what is
right and wrong. Anti-Toady
Chicago uses 20,000,000 pounds
of ice daily.
The Georgia peach crop will be
almost a total failure.
The Greeley Statue fund in New
York amounts to $11,111.0.'.
Canada is agitating the placing of
a representative at Washington.
The vignette of "William Henry
Harrison Is to be placed on the new
6llver S20 certificates,
WEALTHY MISSIONARY FAMILIES.
As your correspondent "Wheat"
animadverts upon tho supposed
greed for liches shown by childicn
of missionaries, will you kindly
give space to a few figures which I
have arranged from data in my
possession, and which 1 believe to
be quite accuiate.
Theie are llfly-srvcii sons of mis
sionaiioa now icsiding in these
island, who ivpiesent thirty-otie
Of these I And having ineoiiiM
Undei $ fi00 6
Over 10000 5
Three sons of missionaries have
left the islands with incomes exceed
ing S10.000, to reside in California.
Only four of the eleven, and
three of the wealthier eight are sons
of clerical missionaries.
Sixteen other mission families are
represented here by daughteis, a
number of whom are man led to
men of wealth.
As nearly all of the fifty-seven
men arc well educated, 1 think that
their showing as to wealth is moder
ate, considering the favorable oppor
tunities of late years, and the mature
age of nearly all of these men. A
large number of our missionaries'
sons and daughters are engaged in
missionary and educational work
here and in other lands.
S. K. Bishop.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
The fire hells were ringing al the
in' taut when the House was. dealing
with lire department items.
If the Nestor of the 1 louse suc
ceeded in all his efforts at iudellu
itcly postponing the measures of the
representative of the fouith distiict,
"the little led lion" might as well
have been locked up
cage al the first.
Noble .1. M. Horner must have
muttered "miserable comforter" at
Noble Marsdcn, when the latter was
appealed to as an authority on fla
niakua lighthouses, and responded
that there were no such things on
the Hamakua coast.
It is about a tie between Nobles
Marsden and Phillips, as to which
makes the better chairman of com
mittee of the whole. The same may
be said of Reps. Paehaolc and Na
wahi, as to which it is better for the
committee to have off the floor in
Class B will play Monday night.
H ii bash vs. Thiuin.
Logan vs. Sims. 1
Brash vs. Marsdcn.
Mahoncy vs. Giles.
Beals vs. Hutchinson.
Class A will play Tuesday
White vs. I.angc.
Kldrcdgc vs. Walker.
Wright vs. Kimball.
Gear vs. Goldenheig.
sine and sample some of the
Oiijiinal Molaes Pi-iincriiiints
undo fic.li in tlio stoic this evening at
I.ud why-en x Oron. j:s:i n
1AAZ Deutsche, WelclieZiirEhrnch-
uiiK des Xatioiial-Deiikiuals fur
den Tursten von ni-misirck in Beilin
bei.utragen wiuischen, werden ersiiclit,
etwaige Beitraego fur diesen week an
da uiitci.ciL'hiiete Knnsiilat ausu.
alilen odcr cln.ueiuluii.
Saemmtllclie Gabon wei den miter Itel
fiigmig dor HeilragslistPii an d.is Cen
tial (Joiuite in Berlin uheriiiittelt wer
dcu. Kaiskhlicii Dr.uTscnr.s Koxm'lat.
llouohllu, 7 Jtlli, ISM). 00!) Bt
rpVO .Shetland Po
i. nies, stiiiyed
fioui mypiemlscs. A
lcuiiid will be paid on
H. M. 1UMOX.
NOTICE to J1011SE31ISN !
rriic Celebrated Kim
U'Uidoali" will stand
this season at tlio
applv at, the
Por further pa'ticiil.irs
D.iirv. r.sr. :im
ryO rent orleace a Cottage
X with about four room;
about 10 mhiuten' walk from
town; on King or Hcrctniila stieeis, to
wards tho PlaiiiH picferred. AddiPss
"L. & 0.," lids olllcc. H2iitf
ACOTi'AOE ou Vineyard
Kticet, iccently oceu-
SJ pled by Mr. A. Johnston.
None hut a person desiious of beeoin
lug a pprmunciit tenint need ntiply.
Apply to K S. CUNIIA.
ELKO Stable at pioenl
occiuiiuii iiy Hawaiian
ansfor Co., ncrinlRslou
given August 1st. Apply to
(i0Stf .1. t.. WALKER.
WANTED tit, ONOfi I
COTTAGE within two
or three, blocks from
tho corner of Fort and Hotel
HtieetH, suitable for three guiitleniou for
houseKceplng. Addiess -'P. O. Itox
No. ai7." fill" U
TO liET or JiI3AS13
rpiIE Residence of Mrs. A.
I JL Long, In Pauoa Valley,
i Apply to
01 King St., ovor .f. Nott'n storo.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
Uy oulor of A. .T. Cnmvrlght, Ki ,
tho'TniMco of tho Estate o the late
Queen Dowager Emma Kulolrmi'ilnnl.
deceased, and under licence of nlu
f i oin the Supienie Court, silting mi a
C'oint of Piolute, I am directed to sell
at Public Auction, at my Saleroom, In
On WEDNESDAY, Augusl
AT Itt OTl,IH!U .MIO.V.
Of that day, all and singular that cer
tain Property situate In Nuuanu Val
ley. Honolulu, O.iliu, and known as or
And helm: tlio sntne Piemtps descilhcd
in Royal Patent No. nr, and containing
an m ci of 8 Iti-IGO acres.
The above Premises wcie fnimeriy
occupied by the Hon V. 1. Gieen, nntl
tune a Dwelling and Oiit-uniises upon
CJPor fiitlhor urll(iiliii apply In
Cecil llrown or A. .1. Canv. light.
tJAH. J' MOKGAN,
ii2.i 17t Auctioneer.
io NuuAnu St., Honoliilu.il. I.
8olo gti in liis Hireftllftn Ishnils for
'Cld Magnolia" . "0. P. T."
Fina Q'j'Jilian Whiskies.
Laili'vtan & Jtccti.'f
Cilobrutcil CsiiKirni.i Wines.
Al-o, alu.tvj iu do;!:, a fu'l liua cl l!.c tl o'.oost
We have for
Sarsaparilla k Iron WjIjt,
Mauilfaelllied li Schmidt i. Co ,
Ktoektun, C.iliu II U the inint
wholesome and de'Icloiis mule ami
beverage if tlie age.
Orders from tlio other Islands
pi nuiptly attended to and goods one
fully packed for shipment. C82 :!ni
CoakM BsllBA Oats!
1 1 t-n I HIiiI.
sale at all leading "inep-
3IITU:JELL & PETERKON,
lilli , S. P. Agullla. I'.'l
S'O KBWAltl) !
'IIIE above reward will be ;lvi'ii to
A. nuyoiie fiunislillif; iiifoiiiialion Hint
will lead to the conviction of die peou
or pornons who cut the llaif rope at China
Engine Co. No. 0 on Saturday night.
Uiiug information to
VriS ! w Poicman Eiwine Co. No. 5.
will lm closed fioui I he
i?i iitith Inst.
for a few iiionllis, dur-
my ahseiuo fioui the Kingdom.
.11. K (iUU&H.II a k.
HON. S. M DAMON will act for mo
under full power of attorney,
during iiiv nlisencc fioui the Kiugdoiii.
W. V. ALLEN.
JJVmnliihi. July :il. JSIio. (l'J2 lm
NOTIOBIh hereby given Hint I will
not pay iluhtH contracted hi my
iniimi without my willten order.
W. C. AOIIL
Honolulu, .illy 7, 18(10. f.'.iri 1 in
ALL persons aie forbidden to tres
pass or to allow cattle on the
Plantation and Rico Mill of Kiialaea,
Koolau. All pirtics found on tlio lauds
after 8 o'clock nt night will bupiosc
cutcd to Hie full extent of the law.
02.- 2v Per Lung Climig Wa.
NOTICE is hcieby given that Quong
Yiek Lung h.is sold his business
at Knlinlul, Maul, store, leuse, build
ings, tools, etc., to Cliong Wo Tong,
Date of sale August 10, 1800, All claims
to dato of ciilo will bo settled by Quong
Yick riuug, Klgncd:
OHONO WO TONO.
nojioiuiu, Au. in, mo, (uo iv
1 1 1 W f
iffifit I liftl J
Oaah Assets. : : : : :
mOKAStM A. aJcWJKDY, President.
t&r Kor full particulats apply to
Hi$lB9 ft bub lid
Our F.iiliro Klock ::l.
rnniiiieneing KA'IUHDAY, Aneusl 9tb,
alliai'l immt'diuli' alleutum. Wo need
lieie, anil have icsnlved, tb.it our pien'iil
on the tloods In suit Oil and nut US,
ami you will think so lo.
21 do, if L.idics' Chemi-es, nt i!.ric
Fine While Vieloiia Lawn, al 75e
White Linen, cold, bold, Nnpkins
Fringed, '.I foi 2."e.
200 Pieces of all Pilk Neck ltib-
buns, all good colors, (i ynuls for 2oc.
r.e?l ipi.dily of Moipiito Netting,
00 iiiclics wide anil 10 taids long, foi
:.i per juece.
India Silks, immense nepoilmeiit,
icdiiccd two (ijc. These aie all new
goods and no two p.illei lis alike.
gS"Necossily knows no law, and our necessity cuts piiees. Cost, his no conliol over whal necessity ik'iiiatidi
While we during this sale saeiitico out piolits, Ibip sacrifice give.) us a topiit.itioii for low piires alisotutrly neco.isar
on which to build the gte.it hiiMiies-, we aie aftoi in Hit' near fuliiie.
YOU CAN BUY AN:
Fon S9.3D :
DURING THIS SALE:
jT()w Millineiy Dejiaitment, will be a gicat attniction next Honday
stock of Tiimmcd If. its and P.nnnel.u, all ninikod in iil.iin liciites, alrcadv
tion of ,'i:ij percent. That is a 11 Hat costs you $2, a "?! II.it costs you only $0, a $15.00 Hat only coct you $10.00
and an on.
g'"(bove mentioned piicc s we gutiantco for .10 days only, and all goods polil for cash.
giSfA complete stoek of Wliitc.Cicam Figiued Jlulls, Fancy Figuied Cambtics, SatoonH.Ciingbanis. Boy's Suits
fiuin $1.00 up lo.i22 00. lie sine and be on b.ind in lime. l)iesmal;inj; Ocpaitinent on the promises.
i V a f fj Kiffl"Mj; kg j? gpa n sa o fi n
m d u .t-.i u,u u n u f wuuuuk.UNurii u id wu ur mt u SJf B MsP U BWHU'VE
027 CORNElt HOTEL & FOIST
Collee, Tea, (Jhocolato &
hi- 3JUJUUIV4 AuatVJUIft3rAMhAA3fCJj'H'rj
rresh Cakes, Piss, Buns, Rolls,
1 I 51 1 "11 M.t f 55 HI O f 7"
T AM Tl a B
Giiipr Ale, Hop Mo, GreMliiie, lasntonale,
ser All communicnMouH
ART CLASSES !
MR. Allen Hutchinson holds a class
in modelling at his studio, Nuu
nnu avenue, every Tuesday and ftiliir
diiy. For ptutlculais npjily "llell'l'cle
plionn rL'l. (!07 lm
Powoll'8 IJae!:Jt?o Exproas,'
Winy or A'iikoii.
Furnlturo moving a speciality. IJng
gago dollvoicd with promptness and
euro to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and liethel stieets. Bell Tele
phone JJil, Mutual Telephone B7.
ISSUED BY THE
a Q f f!
p (& w
iia a vLp
w h u &a s
CG&3E"lE&CligG THG DAY
Sacnlieo J a or. .a iSnuciiu JuMtuctioM. but, a Clean .Swoon In
Evry 3oi!lrticnl. 1
our enlire slnck of fVnsnnuhlo floods will lie oilVud nt ptices that nint
more loom to pini.eily display "tir Kurnpeiiii purchases now on tho wav
stock .MU.-IT Lit). (J.wt Ii.ih not luui
Weaic biiuml to Keep Irado lively.
f.S dou of Ladiea' Sill; Mitts, in
eie.im, while, black and e'lidiiml, al
2"ic pair; woith 75c and 1.00 tc
wheic. Black fi'ood, no nee loipiotopn'ci s,
vaiioly too l.irg, I f.ivo lien selling
cIiimji, but pnvi-iit stock will go for
a liiei,- song. New (loods in this do
pailmeiit suffer also this week.
Ladies' Cold. IJord. II indkciehii-f,
fie each, nice i.ittcins.
Ladies' tfnldeiebcd ll.ilbiirgan
lloe, silk clocked, only 20c pair.
:IF YOU ARE AGOOD JUDGE::
You cm buv a
SIO.O SHOT I
iSi saw ca s rea tssa
Q5sF a a ts
XJ Uj.JS 5J -JT.2lL7S:ii;rJ?.
ALWAYS ON HAND
AN1 TO OUDICR
Jumbles, Cofifec Cakes, Crackers,
And will be DELIVERED PREP. if ClIAiUJE to any
Steaks, Chopa, Finli, Hum Sr Kxkh,
H. rM?. I3A.ilIi, Maunder.
of BAILEY'S SAESAPARILIA
S W"2. E El N H ti Z PU. K. crjg VAf RYA SA KB l
and ordtnB clinnld bo addri'.saod to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
- - ' " --tx .mruM ii m nrirnTniTii in ii i ii mim tirmm'--TmMMmOKImWljmMJMU3UnMUMMJIM.J' it
TVIUiout a Kivitl in Prico & Qualliy !
One-lhird tho Prico of tho Royal !
Every Housekeepor Should Ueo It.!
gjST A MavitiK of :3 Per Cent iu Cobt and Quality tho Very Rust. jj&
SPECIAL RATMS TO JOBBERS.
8. JLS. J.fi Oh jfcfi,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands:
consuleied. Prices have been nuuke'd
Vi'it oin eslablishnipnt, nolo the pi ices
Persian Millie, new
p.ilteuif, 0 yds
for .?1 00.
Hstr.i good ipulily of White
spieads, only !l.ll) eneh.
Linen 'fable Cover;', utixo-i, nssoitcit
Tuikeyrcd Table Cover, all lineis
extra size, !fl.!ij,
Pino assoitiueul of l.tuliu.-,' Sitk
1 randkerchicf, now shades, Ii foi irl.OO,
fniincr price Tiic, but we aie over
slocked and go they must.
Ladies' Small Sie but, extra good
ipialily, .1 for fiOe.
BE SUnE&ASK fgr ou:
Yon will liavo to pay :
it will bo a laic chance; Tho ontire
lnucli lower than olpowbeie at a reduc
part of tlio city.
Rtewi, Sou?ed Pig'a Peol, Eic.
to I p. m.
& IRON WATEE,
- --'- '
11 y a
y II if! iff!
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive! Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,