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JMIliY BTJI'jLUSTJK j UOWOLUIiU, J. T. AUGUST 20, 1SUU.
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Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 0, 1SU0.
Holders of Wnter Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, arc hereby
notified Unit tliu hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock A. m., and ! lo(i o'clock
Chas. 13. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. SrEKcr.il,
Minister of the Interior.
i' Stir i
Pledged to neither Sett nor Party,
Sut established for the beiefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1890.
Vineyard street is being cleaned
and repaired. The Ik'u.r.TiN called
attention to the condition of this
thoroughfare several months ago;
but it remained as it was and had
been for years past. It is now as
suming an improved appearance,
tlueugh the cnterptisc and at the
expense of a gentleman residing in
Noble Phillips has introduced to
the Legislature two constitutional
amendments, one relating to that
part of the fundamental law which
was discussed last session in con
nection with the limitation of Asiatic
immigration, and the other relating
to Aiticlc 49, which specifies the
property and income qualifications
of voters for Nobles. By the second
amendment Mr. Phillips aims to re
duce the real estate ownership quali
fication from S3000 to S I.jOO, and
the income qualification from $(500
These property and income quali
fications are a feature of the Consti
tution most objectionable to natives,
also to many foreign-born subjects
of the realm, and has been ever
since its promulgation. Whether
the proposed amendment is calcu
lated to satisfy those opposed to the
present law is doubtful. Indeed,
quite likely it is not entirely satis
factory even to the proposer him
self, and probably he -bi ought it for
ward in the present form for the
purpose of eliciting discussion that
might result in something better.
Whilst believing strongly in the
spirit of the -19th Article, which
aims to place in the Legislature a
naturally conservative element to
balance the more radical portion of
that body, we arc of opinion that
the property and income qualifica
tions are in a sense too high and r,re
besides of a character not the best
calculated to secuic the object in
tended. If this opinion, which we
purpose enlarging upon by-and-by,
be correct, then the article needs
amending, and should be amended.
But the kind of amendment we favor
is such as will place the Noble
franchise in the hands of those who
have a tangible interest in the coun
In the Advertiser of Aug. 18, is
an article signed "Temperance"
and headed "Shall the Government
Take Hold of the Liquor Business?"
What a splendid idea ! Most cer
tainly, the Government should take
hold and run the liquor business,
and appoint a certain firm hero as
general importer of alcohol and
liquors, for the Government gin
Also appoint two or three frisky
members of the Y. M. C. A. hall as
bartenders; and Mr. Tcmperanco
as accordcon player and general
knocker-out; then there will be
glory and peace throughout the
land, and the goose will hang high
for Israel. Euin Go BuAmii.
THE LION'S SHARE.
KuiTOit Bulletin :
My critic with the fancy name,
was, I hope, not writing his own bio
graphy in his effusion of Saturday.
His description of the physical,
moral and mental conditions of
"yours truly" are exceedingly funny
as exploits of imagination. His
"respectable saloon keepers," too,
no doubt appreciate the honorable
mention to which they are treated.
He has not reached anything like the
dignity of argument on behalf of the
lion's share of business hours for
liquor saloons, but he spreads his
pioious for very high flights of rhe
toric. If ho keeps on, under the
peculiar inspiration of (lie liquor
saloon, I am afraid ho will become
a poet, when he will soar into regions
too hlf-h for ua puny mm lain to
1 each up to him. Under these cir
cumstances, 1 confine my observa
tions to the practical realities of life.
My fancy named critic says that
men of genius, greatness, erudition
and other accomplishments "ate pa
trons both of the hotel and saloon,"
and in that statement he utters a
very lamentablo fact.
In a copy of the Bulletin of May
28, 1885, just now before me, I find
an extract sketching in bold line1
the fii?iuo cut by many a man of ge
nius and splendid achievements ailer
he has added to his other distinc
tions that of being a palion of the
liquor saloon, whereupon he becomes
"the annoyance of modesty, the
spoil of civility, the destruction of
reason, his wife's sorrow, hl3 chil
dren's trouble, his own shame, Ills
neighbor's scoff, a walking swill
bowl, the picture of a beast and a
monster of a man."
It is to prcwnit these calamities
falling upon the. honored and re
nowned ot society as well as those of
lighter calibre, " Anti-Toad, " per
haps included, that 1 reiterate the
plea with which I commenced this
correspondence, that the hours of
business in liquor saloons should be
materially curtailed. 1'au loa.
Honolulu, Aug. 18, 1890.
TIhmc is no party in the country
that can furnish more reliable figures
than the Rev. S. K. Bishop, regard
ing the wealth of the Missionary
families in Hawaii nei, and lie has
done the public a service in furnish
ing llieui and attaching his name to
the same. If lie will consent to
have his letter published in the next
Annual Report of the Board in 'ill,
I will solicit public contributions t
pay the extra expense, and if
Wheat's letter is included, will
guarantee a bonus. Any religious
organization is always organized in
a tar better manner than it is possi
ble for a political one to be. The
Hawaiian Political Association and
the Mechanics' Union are very
lame affairs compared with the ct
foit that can be, by the Catholic,
and has been put forth by the Pro
testant, church. This powerful but
delicate machinery needs but a few
master hands to touch the levers
lightly; just a hint to Rev. Kanaka
and the head members of his church
(who are always the leadeis of the
community), that the one party is
chaff and the other wheat, and the
independent or heathen spiiit is
crushed or quickened.
It is a New England Piotestant
that is objecting, because the aver
age of wealth is large enough to
prove that its accumulation has
been the main object of life, be
cause you have given the Catholics
a chance to do what you have done,
via., control the politics and govern
ment of this country through the
church, which is going back of the
Puritan foiefathers, who left the old
country to be free from just this
kind of political religion. Jf it is
political elections that winnow the
wheat from the chaff, then one more
winnowing will not leave enough
wheat to furnish the proverbial Gov
ernment mule willr a day's fodder.
Had the P. C. A. ceased with the
mention of the Constitutional Con
vention of the lath there would have
been no cause for Mr. Kalua or any
one else to take exceptions, or get
out of temper, or for life P. C. A.
to make an apologv or explanation
as of the lOlli.
That the natives should dress and
compoit themselves in a becom
ing manner to present themselves to
their King, and then be commented
upon and ridiculed by the P. C. A.,
is ceilainly cause sulllcient to wake
Why should a lespectable proces
sion of Ilawaiians be "abauid," or
an object to poke fun at as stated ?
If such remarks are not insulting in
intent, then what do they mean?
But such has been the spirit and
tenor of the P. C. A. for some time,
and has gone so far as to insinuate
that Ilawaiians have no political
rights worthy of being recognized.
Piobably this sentiment arises from
the fact that U103' with others who
did not fall down and worship the
graven imago of 1887 are unworthy
of existence. Nevertheless, the Ha
waiian lias the inherited right of bo
ing in his own country, and it is un
becoming ecitainly for the haole to
ridicule any legitimate clfort on
their part to adjust what they con
sider a wrong and an
their political rights.
Perhaps the P. C. A. would have
pieferred a military display. But
they ought to remember (lint their
success of 1887, was due in most
part to the natural spirit of forbear
ance in the native nature, and con
trolled at that and other pciiods by
the liiumine and unrevengeful dispo
sition of their Alii, but who never
gets any ciedit for anything good or
kindly, but who nevertheless pos
sesses much more humanity than
those who decry him. Anyway,
why should the P. C, A. be so bit
ter and severe on all who do not
bow down and worship at its poli
tical sliiine and way ot thinking.
HE BEST PAPER m subrcrlbe
lor is tiit) "Jjftjly jiii iciii." 60
cinU per month
IH THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
Xtcriirt' air. .Iiontlrp flJi'CiiUy.-.'S'rpp.
liuno 1'or lllcfjul (miiuiisiiUi::;.
C. B. Kanakanui vs. Manini ct ah
The piincipal defendant impound
ed certain animals running on the
public loads of Kwa, by oulerof
Mr. A. J. Campbell, the Chairman
or tne Konu i.oaui of thatdistrict.
The light to impound animals for'
trespass is altogether a statutory
light and must follow the statute (it
Our statute, chapter .').") of the
Acts of 1888, gives the right of im
pounding only to land owners. Sec
tion 9, "The owner of the animal
shall pay the owner of the laud"
twpa-.suil upon. .Section 10 ues
the expression, "The owner of such
land." Section 11 "-peaks of "land
owners," so .Sections 12 and IG,
Mint no outer persons aic tleaittnat.-ri.
No olllcers are desinated.as having
authoiitv to in mound animals, m-.h
the owneis of land tietpassed upon,
the land owned or held by them.
Theie is no pioit.ion for trespass
upon public kind or toads anywhere
in this Matute
There is a Legislative 1'iterpi ela
tion of the Tight to impound by the
Act of lbG 1, futind at page ij( of
the Compiled Laws, by which the
Governor of Oahu was authorized
by the Statute of 1MM to caii'-e nil
cattle trcspas-ing on loadd in the
city of Honolulu to he impounded.
The authoiity was limited to tlip
Governor of Oahu ami to the city
of Honolulu. That Act h".s been
lepealed and there is no Act which
takes its pljcc.
Looking through the powers and
duties of the Minister of the Jn
teiior, I find nothing that authorizes
him to impound animals for tie
pass upon the public propeity.
TLc Statute constituting the Road
Boards gives them "entire charge
and control of the public labor on
all loads, bridges and public high
ways" within their respective dis
tricts, but ii goes no fuilher, 'it does
not give them a general charge of
the roads to keep ihoin in any wav,
to keep them in ruder, il is a charge
of the labor on the roads. The
Minister of the Interior controls the
appointment and removal of the
Road Boards, but not their acts,
and they not being authorized as I
find, to arrest animals liinning at
large upon the roads in their dis
tricts, the Minister of the Interior
could not authoiizo them to do sn.
find therefore that the act of im
pounding was illegal. It was done
in good faith and with a good inten
tion and a supposed legal authority
on the part of the Chairman of the
Road Board, and by the pltintiff
was made a test case. There is no
evidence to support the large judg
ment awarded by the District Court.
There were four annimaN im
pounded, and I award damages of
one dollar per head, four dollars.
T regret that there is no statutory
authority for taking up animals on
the loada of the Kingdom.
John Kaneakua for plaintiff;
Cecil Blown for defendant.
August 50, 1SU0.
. A unACIvamlT.inTer
?" xl 1IOI Uotf. Willi name
te$&3 "lloliUwoilh" on collar.
rK M riinler icwaiilctl at 250
ii,ij King Mi cot, or Thco. II.
T)!iii'-X Co.'s nlllee.
t. b. o.
TM1KRE will be a miccIii) meeting of
X Kwi'Vlnr Lodge No. 1 . 1. O. O. I,
nilS fVeinps,l.i.) EVKXlXf!, Aug.
l'OHi. for ilcgVec win K.
L. (.. LaI'IHURR,
flil'i it Kouutitiy.
A MEETING of Hawaii, Spoit
nii'ii'fe Association, will lie held
al I he Hawaiian Hotel, Til UK-DAY
KVLNIXG, Aug. lilfrt. al 7:30 o'clock,
for the pui)05u of consldciing a con
stitution and by-laws. All lntuieted
uiu eortli illy invited to attend.
W. II. ALDKICII,
Cl'l lit tii-eieliuy pro lein.
Art iLcssmiH, I'ainiin.ty anil
npilKf-liiillunf n. Ilow.uil Hllchcork
I. is open to pupils lor Landscape or
Still Life Palming, Pmi-jiccIImj ami
Outdoor Sketching Classen. Visitor
always welcome to Hie studio, iij." hv
GOOD Cook for a laurh on Hawaii.
Apply at this oillce i;o!) tf
SITUATION by an Kxpeileueed Man
as lii'rft-i'hi-r! cook; fully iiinlur
ptainlN eateilng in all lis iiraiieliee.
J'llWU apply ",S. .1. II.," Jtl'LLETlN
Ofllce. 11.il ;ii
OX the Itnad to I'tinlu.i a Lady's
.lacl.m. The HhiIit will R'w
leave at 1I1I1 ollU'O and n'cclvr icwanl.
"1YIY nllleo will bo dosed fiom the
JJX 'JO1I1 Inst., for a few montlm, ilur
lujj my ubteurn from the Kingdom.
M. K GROSSMAN'.
0,10 2w Dmuict,
Auction Salts by Junes F. Morgan.
in e Mains & (lis
On rrrn;2iSDAY, aus. si:,
AT 1 O'OIiOCK NOOTi
At tin' yaul at tlie rear of (lie ollice of
llon.l.'l. iJowtett, Oueen stiorl. I will
"pll at Public Auction, liy Older uf the
O.ilui Hallway t Land Co ,
About t'2 Head of Fins
Mares & Colts i
1'ioni the ICahuku Ranch.
Cj$i'"A line uppoilunltv to obtain good
.J AS. it. KOKGAN,
(i.SI lit Auellnni'cr.
AT A rC'J'ION,
On FIF)AV, Alls'. 22uh
AT 10 o'i.oric A. ..
Al the premises Xo. 12'i Xuiianu -3uvt.
ailiobiin'r the Lyceum, 1 uhl sell at
l'lililic Auction the
Household -: Furniture
i HAHDSOMK PARLOR SET,
Upholstered in lMu-li;
Vi'i'.ind'i I'lcure, Pallor ltns.
Cm Mill-.. 11. V. Center T.il.lf,
i Antique Oik Bedroom Set,
Maltrass-s, Mo-quito Net,
'.ten-lon Dining Tabic.
1). It. Chah, Misrblctop Sidcboaid.
CROCKERY and GLASSWAHE,
Meat I Safe, 1 Pnpci lor Stove. 1
Kw., Kte . JJte , Klc.
JAM. F. IHOIMSAN,
03.' .It Am lioncer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
Ity oidcr or A. ,T. Cnitw right, T.-q ,
the Tiu-t-c of the Estate of the lute
Queen DmviiffT Ihnma Kaleleomlani.
ilceeasi'd, and imdcr license of sale
from the .Supiuuiu Court, sitliut; as a
C'oint of IVoliate. I am directed to sell
at l'lililic Auction, .it my .S'llpvroom, in
On WEDNESDAY, August 27.
.IT 1U OTI.OCIE r.oox.
Of that tl.iy. all and singular that cer
tain Propeity sjtiiitp in Xiiuanii "al
ley. Hoiiululii, OjIiis, ati known a or
And beliia the same rrenii:o- dceiilieii
in Knjal l'atent Xo. 1)7. and cuir.ninlnpc
an area of S 92-10) acres.
The above Premises were foiuurlv
occupied by the Hon V. 1,. Green, and
have a Dwelling and Otit-lion-ic- upon
frl'or fiiitliur pai tl nl.ir-. .i.j.ly to
Cecil ISrown or ,. ,j, Cariwrlglit.
.7AR. P. JIOltGAK,
r25 17t Auctioneer.
15 Kuuanu St., Honolulu, II. I.
t'ulo JSgoati In tliu Hiv.-'ha IeIiUiIj fir
'OIJ Mannoiia" & "0. P. 7."
fiio Daiirbon V.'liUHes.
Lathinan & laosbi's
Caleliratc-d California Wlnrs.
Alto, alivayi la etock, a full lias of tl.e tliolcoct
We Iihv for s.tle a Mipnilur ailielo
SarsBpsrllia k In Walur,
Manufactured by Schmidt .t Co.,
KtoeUoii, C.ila. It Is the inou
wlioH'KOiiu and dcHcIous loide and
beverage of Iho age,
K20nleis from liio other IhI.iihIs
pi onipily attended to and goods cuo
fulb' paekeiHor hldpiiiciit. una ;tm
BOX. R. M. DAMOX wllj act forme
uiiiler full jiownr of attorney,
iluilug my ab-eneo fnun the Kingdom,
W, F. ALI.KX.
Ilnnnliihi. .Inly Ml, 18tm. lias 1m
t hi i persons tuo foiblddeu to trep
7V. pass or to allow e.ittlo on tliu
Plantation and liice Mill of Kaalaea,
Koolau. AU'l3llles found on Iho kinds
after 8 nVloel; at night will be prose
cuted to the full extent of the law.
S1XG HOP AVAl CO .
Hri-vv Per Lung Ohung W'a.
NOTfOIi is hereby given that Quong
Ylcfc idling lias sold liU busbuvs
at Kahuliil, Maul, storo, lunne, build
ings, tools, etc,, to Cluing Wo Twig.
Date of Halo August 10, 1690. All claims
to ibitn of alo will be settled by Quong
OHONG WO TOXG.
Honolulu, Aug. i;i, 1S90, fi:!0 lw
miti a $m
OF rOHW YOK.K
Cash Assoto, : : .: :t : Over $130,000,000
SiI:SAUB A. 3Ict;Ul!M)Y, liVHttIent.
t3 For full jiartleulars apply to
din Annual oreai biBaraii
531 COBflBUIEKCflMG THIS DAY-
Our i'nUro Hhu-k ;tl :i fticrifice! Tol it Spucitil .livduciiou, 1ml, it C!i aa Swrnip In
Evnry i)oi):ir(int'.nt I
('iiiiiieiu ing SATUKDA V, AugiiNl Dili, mir cntiie tint I; of Seniiiiiiible (loodf, will be oiTend at priced that nun-t
aili.ici iiiiitii dull- iiiteiiliiui. We need noiic room to pinpi-ily display mir Kuiopean purcbuijes now on Iho way
Ihmc, mid have uoUcd, tb.il run piot-eiU lock Ml)S I' (!(. Cost bn not been ciui-idcroil. Piices have been markul
on tin- intuit to suit YOU and um US, We ate IkiiiuiI to keep liade lively. Vihitoui establishment, note the prieeb
and von will think so too.
111 do, of l.ailic.' Clionti'-CN, at 'J.V
I'Mnc White Yictoii.i 1iwu, at Too
While I.inen, cold, boril, Xnil:ius
Kiingcil, ,'! lor 2."ie.
2t)(l Pieces of all Kill; Neck liib
buns, all gonil colors,, (i yaid.s for 2oe.
Itcst quality of Mouitn' Netting,
iltl inencs wide and 10 yards long, foi
r -o per piece
India Silks, iiniiicnte i.toiliiienl,
icduccd two (mo. Thc-i' ate all new
ijotnls and no two patterns alike.
fi3 Sticvts'ily knows no law, and our necessity cuts prices. Cost has no control over what neccasit' demands.
While we dining this talc .saciiliee out prolits, this Miciificu gives us a reputation for low piices absolutely necessary
on which to build tin' gn-at biiMUMH we ,in aftoi in the ncai fuluie. '
YOU CAN BUY AN:
FOR 59.35 :
DURING TSSI3 SALE :
XOur Millineiy fit pai tment, will bo a gieal attiaclion nett ronil.iy; it will be a nuo chance, The entire
Flock of Ttiuuucil ll.tts iiml Ilonnuts, all nnuked in plain liguics, aliendy much lower than elsowbero at a reduc
tion of IM' pcicent. That ib a $11 Hat cosl yon $2, a ty) ll.it eosls, you only $0, a $in.00 Hat, only cost vou $10.00
and .en nn.
s3T"Alioe ineutioui-1 i licrs we girirantee for HO ilny.s only, and all gnodw sold for cafili.
g;j"A enmpl.-le Htock of While, Cieain Kiguroil Miilln, caney Figured C.mibiics, Salcens, flin
(.in .j i mi up hi -t u,i. ijf tme anu
Ftie I esrfiiiff Bfiiilingrv Hon
a SdoJ' Eu V Sj c c s fS, ByQ Suss 2 uii 3 y fcdii
M g eM L
ALWAYS OX liAXI) AND TO OKMCR
Fresh Gates, Pies, Boos, Rolls, Etc, Etc,
J. t. iJk) i i.i
Jumbles, Qofifee Cakes, Crackers,
BjZT Ami will bo DEL1VKHKI) I'Ulii: of CIlAltOE to any
JJTX-iI of SCAB CSC :
ColfiM:, 'I'o.i, Chocolate it Milk,
Steaks, C1iom, FIhIi, Hnin it Egga,
a SJ1 P H H M
1 hm 1 1
S3 ii a sS Jf u ! a n zJ u a. Euu U LI ta
Giipr Ale, Hon Ale, criniiie, RaFiia, Sarsauarilla, Mineral
67' All conumuiicsitiouH mid ordtn.s sliould bo ndt!roHSd to
inyaiMBTaarjjrofH-mti Tnii!"- -"j-,-"f"rTiirjjmiiM.
ART CLASSES I
Mlt. Allen lliilelnnson IioIiIk a class
in modelling at his studio, Xiiii
nuii aveiiim, every Tiicsdav and .Satur
day. For particulars apply "Jlell Tclu
liliomifiai. (107 1m
Powell's Bagffiliiro 1Sx)voh,
limy or AViiKuii.
Furniture- moving a speciality. Bag
gago dnllveied with proinptucsa and
cam to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King nnd lJethel (streets. Boll Tele
phone 179, Mutual Telephone 67,
ISSriJD V THE
so lo-vai a s so
ft.. a fiiM. -. &&
IIS do, of Ladies' Sill; Jtiittn, in
cream, white, black and caidin.il, at
12 fie pair; wotib Too and $1.00 else
where. Iliac.!; Good-, no tio to quote piicen,
v.uiely too huge. Have been selling
cheap, but pie-cut .stock will go for
a mere pong. Kow Goods in thin de
partment Milli'i aKo this wok.
Ladies' Cold. Horil. ll.nulkcrcliicf,
oc each, nice n.tttoi iji.
Ladies' Unhle.irhed ISalbiigg.iu
lloe, sill; clocked, only 20c nuir.
IF YOU ARE A GOOD JUDGE :
You can buy a
; SIOjOO SUIT I ;
DURING -:- THIS -:- SALE;
no on nanti m iitue Dic.ssmaKing Department on tbo pi
COltXEU 1IOTKL rOItT STKEETS
H 3 &f rV Ci3 !?9 Q
ssaaMaSaB mm 3w
u u v : sr 'r sfs EEsri
iVoiaa 31:30 a. mi. to
I HiliiPfiiir ItilHI
L E M O N A D E,
of BAILEY'S SAKSAPARILLA
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
" -' - i " ' -" rn nirMTJtlocttMiMliUMMMMijM
Without: a liival in Price & Quality I
One-tlnvd tlio Pries of tho Eoyal !
Every Housokeoper Should tTae It !
S0" A Saving of :J3 IVr Cent in Coat and Quality tho Very Host. J&g
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
5"1 ",n Kxelueivo Agents for tho Huwniian lalaniU,
Agent for the Ilawnlian Islands.
Persian Jilulisi, new patterns, (5 ydn
Kxtia good quality of White llcd
spieads, only $1.10 each.
Linen Table Covoih, oOxri."), iiHsoited
Tin kcyi eil 'Cable Cover, all limn
extra size, $1,:!,")
Fine at-.-oilinenL of Latlioa' Silk
1 Ta ntlkei chief, new .shades, ,'1 for tpl.CO,
former piiee "fie, but we nie oer
Htocked and go they must.
Ladies' .Small f-'i.o but, extra good
quality, ?, for fiOc.
: de suns & ask for our:
: $13 1JM?!:
Ton will have to pay ;
: DURING THISSALEi
part of the city. &$
Slews, Souhed Pig's Teet, Kto.
1 j. hi.
& IRON" "WATEE,