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A)A11A' BUijljJflTiW : HONOJ..U.L(T, Jd. J., AUGUST 25, 1890.
Foreign Oflioo Notice.
SPECIAL OHDMl NO. 9.
By virtue of the authority con
ferred upon uie by Sectiou 12 of
Chapter XXV of the Laws of 188S,
nnd of all other pnncrs me in nny
wiso enabling herein nnd by nnd
with the consent of the Cabinet as
testified by the signatures of the
members of said Cabinet hereto, 1,
John A. Cummins, Minister of For
eign A flairs of the Hawaiian King
dom, do hereby disband that portion
of the Military Forces, consisting of
and known as the Kiist Hattalion of
Major H. F. Hebb.ud, command
ing the First Battalion Hawaiian
Volunteers, will see to the execution
of this order and to the collection of
all Hawaiian Gocrnnient arms in
the possession of the First Battalion
or of the ofUcei and members
Given uiuli'i my hand and
,'"VA. tlio bcul of the Popart
S T o ( ment of Foieign Allans
) " t this twenty-third day of
r-y-, August, in the veai of our
JNO. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Afl.ih.
We consent to the foregoing Older
this 23rd day of August, 1SIK).
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of Interior.
Minister of Finance.
A. V. PETERSON,
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 91890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to C o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spk.vceii,
Minister of the Interior.
Piediped to neither Sect nor Party,
But ettabluhed for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, AUGUST 2o, 1890.
Those sugar planter members of
the Legislature who oppose govern
ment aid to projected railroads
should, for decency' sake, be a little
modest in their opposition, consider
ing that their own enterprises have
had so much government assistance.
Session after session the Legislature
has voted liberal appropriations for
immigration, simply for the benefit
of planters. We have no objection
to this, but we do object to gentle
men who have grown rich largely
through these grants standing in the
way of otheis getting a little help
from the public treasury. For con
sistency' sake, let them move to
imve the immigration item, which is
solely for their and their fellow
planters' benefit, stricken from the
Representative Lucas struck a.
vulnerable spot when, in the discus
sion on the railway matter, he said,
"there were some members who did
not want to see any enterprise that
would give work to mechanics and
laborers." The fifteen miles of rail
road constructed by the Oahu Rail
way and Land Co. have been a
harvest field for mechanics and woik
ing men, affording means of sub
sistence which would otherwise have
been wanting. The first benefit to
accrue from an extension of the line
would be to the mechanic nnd the
working man. Employment would
be furnished to these classes that
they are not likely to obtain fiom
any other enterprise should this one
not proceed. Mr. Lucas's sugges
tion that opposition to the l ail way
scheme is opposition to the mechanic
and the working man seems to come
pretty close to the truth.
' A few days ago, when steamship
subsidies were under discussion in
the Assembly, a member said some
thing to the effect that in the event
of the United States Government
subsidising steamers plying between
California and Honolulu there would
be no occasion for the Hawaiian
Government contributing anything,
The Parliaments of New South Wales
and New Zealand hold :v different
view, Thoy have always complained
because the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany's steamers, subsidised by thera,
were not also assisted by the United
Stales Government. The steamers
aic as great a benefit to the States
as to the colonics, tiicreiorc uie
Stales should do some of the sub
sidising, say they. Lnigely on the
ground that the American Govern
ment failed in practical recognition
of this nigumonl, New South Wales
has at last notified that it will
make no further contribution to the
service," with a contingent proba
bility of New Zealand following suit.
New Zealand has not yet taken any
decisive action in the matter, and
the latest fiom there is that if the
American Government concludes to
assist the service, the New Zealand
Go eminent will probably continue
to do as heretofore. The action of
the latter is made largely contingent
on that of the former. That is, if
America assists, so probably will
New Zealand; and if Ameiica de
clines, so ceitainly will New Zealand.
Here is what the Auckland Herald
of the latest date brought by the
Alameda says on the subjict:
"At present there is a Bill before
the United States Senate under which
substantial aid would be granted,
and in ajl probability if that were
passed the Government of New
Zealand would also be empowered to
assist, so as to keep going n sen it e
which is by far the most speedy be
tween England and New Zealand,
and which further gives direct com
munication with America."
With regard to subsidies paid by
the Hawaiian Government to the
Ocdanic Steamship Company's
steamers, it might be truly said that
never has the country more bene
ficially employed public funds.
These subsidies hae assisted to
maintain a regular and efficient ser
vice between San Francisco and
Honolulu by which eveiy person in
the kingdom is directly or indirectly
benefited. No one in his sane senses
can ever wish to see the service dis
continued, and no one can ever
seriously contend that it is not the
duty of the government to encour
age in every legitimate way its con
tinuance. WHOSE DUTY?
Editou Bulletin :
When a nun's good name is mali
ciously ass.iilcd in such u manner as
to injuie his credit he is very apt to
rise and assert himself. If unable to
directly reach the maligncr he cm at
the ery least refute the mnleolcnt
statements that may be made.
That which is applicable to indivi
duals often times may apply to cor
porations, countries, governments.
In the foieign pret-s of hito grosB
misrepresentations have been going
the rounds in leg.ud to lepiosy in
The local press'' and periodicals
have taken up the mattci and
valienlly defended the good name of
our little kingdom.
But with their limited sweep, to
what purpose? To how many of
those who read or hear (from thepul
pit or lectmei'a platfoim) in senti
mental oi s.inguin.uy verbiage of the
hoirois bore do these refutations
appear? Piobably not to one in n
Does it not become a duty of the
government to aid any meaiiH whcie
by such slanders may be met and
suppressed? If the most desirable
means are not procurable is it states
manlike or loyal to disregard the best
that may be at hand? To do the
best with the means at hand is the
sutcst way of bettering thoso very
At present there is a periodical
published hero in Honolulu whose
sole object is to advertise theso Isl
ands; giving to tho outside woild a
picture of tho scenery and life here;
lending to attract travel, and refuting
the gross canards about lopiosy, so
And for whoso good? .That of one
fiim, one corporation,' one indivi
dual? Can any fair minded poison
fail to see tho benefits are to all.
Wc feel it is tho gov einment's duty
to encourage all fair means that tend
to benefit the people; to foster tho
means by which travel may bo drawn
hither, and to return to tho original
thought to aid a medium whereby
tho baso untruths now circulating
throughout the foreign press can bo
fairly met and disproved. And wheie
can such a means ho found moro
worthy of encouragement nnd aid
than in tho periodical already allud
ed to, "Tho Paradiso of tho Pacifio?"
which if it receive not government
aid will bo crippled nnd unable to
accomplish tho object it is striving to
I. O. O. F. NOTICE.
THERE will bo a special meeting of
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, 1,0.0.
J1., THIS (Monday) UVEXINTJ, Aug,
25th, for dcgieo work,
MOU .T. D. TUCKCIt, X. 0.
A LL just claims against J. ( Lane,
Kdltor of the
New Hawaiian Dl-
rectory, should ho
sent to tucmulei
signed for settlement.
THE MAKAWAO CHURCH
The Oigan Recital nt the Foreign
Protestant Church in Mnlcawno.
which has been announced in the
papcii for sometime past, look
place last Thursday, August 2j!id,
and was as anticipated a decided
The weather, which since Hip
previous Sunday had been voiy
lachrymose, very oppoituiicly
adopted a complete change of tac
tics, and a tendtr half moon showed
off tho chnrrhing scenery of the re
gion vvhcio the church is situated
to the best advantage. A very
large and fashionable "concourse of
people attended' the concert and
helped to replenish the organ fund,
the object of the conceit being to
raise the hnlnucc of the amount
necessary to defray the expenses of
putting up the oigan, etc.
The progi amino consisted of fol
lowing 111 events:
Clinic and Dig m.
Oig.ui Solo In uuriunlhm March....
Anthem .Jubilate Deo hi U..Mo?entlnl
Vocal Duet He Shall Feed Ills Flod.
Ihe Mlcs Style.
Vocal Solo AngeU liver blight ami
Mi. T. I) Gullek.
Oi gan Solo 1'aMoi ale In C Welv
Vot.il Solo -The Lix-t Tin id. ..Sullivan
JIov. A. I). B!ell.
Voc ll li in Lift Thine E.es
lis Cilltciidcn. Mio. nulla and Mi.
Oig.in Snlu-Giand Oifcitohe in F...
Mi. Wray T.ivlnr.
Vocal Solo Hark! IlaiU! JIv SouL.Abt
Miss Millie Heekwltli
Voc.il Soto With Vciiliuo Clad. Hindu
Anthem The Grace of God that
Hi lngctli Salvation liatnhy
Oig.iu Solo Festival Posthule
Mr. Wray Taylor had been in
duced to come up for the occasion,
and amply sustained his reputation
as an able organist, bringing out all
the good points of the organ to
their full extent.
Among the many excellent num
bers of the programme Miss M. A.
Crittenden's beautiful rendition of
Haydn's Solo: "With verdure
clad," deserves special mention,
being unquestionably the "piece de
resistance" of the evening, it is a
genuine pleasme for any lover of
music to hear her pure, full and
sweet voice, and it is only to be
legicttcd that this young lady is
going to the coast very soon, thus
denying church-goers the privilege
of hearing her again. Miss Millie
Beckwitli's renown as an inteipreter
of sacred music is too well estab
lished to necessitate further com
ment. After the conclusion of the pro
gramme, delicious lcfieshmcnts,
consisting of the most luscious
blackberries fiom Olinda served with
real cream, excellent coltee and
sandwiches, were served in the ad
joining church parlor, and a pleasant
half-hour was spent in conversation
and satisfying the wants of "inner
man," after which the people dis
persed, accompanied home by the
last pale rays of a sleepy moon.
CJnite a number of Honolulu peo
ple were noticed, among whom were
"Y. M. C. A." Fuller, Miss Millie
Beckwith, Mis. and the two Misses
Necdham, Mr. Wray Taylor, Rev.
A. D. Bissell, Messrs Peck and
White pedagogues and otheis.
Kauai Industrial School,
THE Tiuitccs take pleasiuc In an
nouncing that the llojs' Depart
ment of. the Kauai ludiihtilal School
will open In the latter pait of Septem
ber, with accommodations for 30 oi 40
The course will embrace thoioiigh
instruction in the common English
branches with training In piaetleal car
pentiy and joining, principles of build
ing and coiistiiictlon, freehand and me
cbiinic.il drawing, printing, blacksmltli
ing and tailoring.
Pleasant rooms will be piovided, with
good substantial food, and tho pupil
will have caieful supei vision of their
morals and m.iniicis.
The situation of tho School, one niilo
and a half from Llliue, is beautiful,
healthful and cool, in sight of the hen,
near the inouiitnlns and nvci looking the
Hulcla liver. Theie Is a viuluty of
fruit tree3 on the grounds.
bonid and tuition will be 810 a year.
The exact date of opening will be an
nounced later. The Girls' Department
will not bo opened until nct year.
J For admission apply to Dh.-.T.
K. HMini, Kolon, or
It. W. ANDREWS,
10 fit Pilnelpal, Lllinc.
bay Hoi bo. Finder
will plcam mtiirn to
II. Hackfeld A, Co.
Art Les.sons, Painting and
Drawings . -
TIIL studio of D. Howard Hitchcock
Is open to pupils for Landscape or
Still I,lfo Painting, Peitpcetlvo nnd
Outdoor Sketching Classes, Ylsltois
always welcome to the studio. 0:15 lw
i:AWI Beans for cattle nt Sl.'J.V,
100 nounds or 1 hue, 2o reutp,
Also, Native Hay. Apply to JlcCiilluni
at Kaplolaul Paik, at hours of 12 noon
or 5 v, si,, or by .Mutual Telcphouo No.
31, ' 6!2 1m
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Large & Important
lty older of Mrtsm. T. II. DAVIUS
.V CO., 1 will hold ait Impor
tant Credit Sale or
At my Salesroom, Queen stioH,
On TUESDAY, Aug. 2(li,
AT lO O'OI.OUK A. 31.,
The avoitmrnt otnhiaces a large line of
Staple Goods. juu received, and espe
cially selected for this maikct, as fol
lows: Now &. Fashionable
AoitPil Pattern Pilnta,
White ltinw n Cottons,
Wuol i"fc Cotton blanket,
GROC ER I E S ,
A very full line of
Comprising all sii", of
Nupples A; bowls,
Pitchers & basins,
P.ic., Ktc., i:tt
E- All Goods offeied will he sold,
and Invoices will be closed out regtud
less of cost.
i.utr.itAi. TKiniH nt hai.i:.
AUCTION SALE OF
On THURSDAY, Aug. 28th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
At the icsldence, Xo. S3 Ueietanla
street, adjoining the residence of Mrs.
It. D. Morgan, I will sell at Public
Auction, the Household Furniture,
,Sofa, Whatnot, Chairs,
Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
Mattrawes, Mosquito Nets,
Law B. W.
Veiand.i Chairs, Cm pet,
CURIOS, CORAL and SHELLS,
1 Gypsy Queen Stove &, I'tcnsiN,
Ciocl.riy, Ktc, Lie.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE !
By order of A. .T. Cuitw right, Emi ,
the Truntee of the Estate of tho kite
Queen Dowager Ihnma ICaltlcouthiiil,
deceased, and under license of sale
from the Supienui Court, sitting as a
Court of Prohate, I am dlrechHl to Bell
at Public Auction, at my Salesroom, in
On WEDNESDAY, August 27,
AT 13 O'CLOCK. NOO.
Of that day, all and singular tint cer
tain Ptopeiiy Hlttnte in Nuiiaiiu Val
ley, Honolulu, Ouliu, and known as or
And being the same Premises desciibed
in Royal Patent No. 07, and containing
an niea of 8 92-100 acren.
The above Premises were formeilv
occupied by the Hon W. L. fircen, anil
have a Dwelling and Out-lioiiscs upon
tr For fin liter p.n tlcnlars apply to
Cecil Biown oi A. J. Caitw light.
JAS. V, MORGAN,
C25 17t Auctioneer.
15 Nuuann St., Honolulu, H. I.
Bole Ageuta In Uie Hawaiian Inlands for
'Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
' Fine Dourbon Whiskies,
Ucliman & JacobPs
Celebrated California Wlnci.
Also, alvaja iu stock, a full Una of tte ttolceit
tranili of '
We have for sale a superior nrtlele
Sarsaparilla k iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt Co.,
.Stockton, Cala. It is tho most
wbolcHnino and (lellchuiH lonlo mid
boverago of the age.
Orders from tho other Islands
promptly attended to and goods care
fully packed for shipment. t32 3m
XS For full particulars apply to
13th Annual ireal Clearance Sale !
iCX CORfiBW8EftlC8f$3C THIS DAY
Our Kiit in Stork at a SaorifWto ! Jfot :i Special .Reduction, but,
Every Department I
Coiiiiiifiicing SATURDAY, August 91b,
attract immediate attention. Wu need
hcie, and have icsnlvcd. that our present
on the l.iomlH in suit l OU
and you will think mi too.
21 do, of Ladies' Choin
mil not US.
es, at 2dc
Pino While Victoria Liwn, at 7ro
White Linen, cold, bold, Napkins
Fringed, 3 for 2fic.
200 Pieces of all Silk Neck Kib
bous, all good colota, fl y.itds foi 2re.
Heat quality of jMoiqtiito Netting,
flO inches wide and 10 vault) long, foi
i2.2.'i per piece.
India Silky, immciibo assortment,
ledtieed two (ific. These aie all new
goods and no two patterns alike.
" tfjafNecessity knowH nolavv, nnd ournercssity cuts ptiees. Cost has no control over what necessity demands.
While we dining this nule Baciiiiee out profita, this saeiifico gives us a imputation foi low prices absolutely nece-sary
on which to build the gie.it business we aio aftei in the ncai future.
YOU CAN BUY AN:
DURING THIS SALE:
ffOtirMillinny Depnitnient, will be a great nttiaction, nc.t Monday; it will bo a rare chance, Tho ontiro
slock of Trimmed Hats and Uonnels, all marked in plain figures, already much lower than elBOwbere at a reduc
tion of ittj percent. That ih a $.1 Hat coats you $2, a $0 Hat costs you only $0, a SJlfi 00 Hat onlv cost you $1000
nnd so on.
Above mentioned piiccs wo guarantee for .10 da.vs only, and nil goods gold for cash.-
A complete Mock of While, Cream Fiiniicd Mulls. Fancy Fictircd Cambrics. Snionn ninrriinma lin,,'- c,,;ia
from .tl.OO'up to i-22 00. lie bine and
The Leading MM
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
ST And will he DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any
. '4p 1
-KLI.,!., oi EWMJC:
ColTee, Tim, Choeolnle Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fish, Ham fc Eggs,
LEMON, : CREAM :-and-:
Sole Propriotora of BAILEY'S SABSAPARILLA & IRON "WATEB,
Ginger Ale, Hen Ale, Grenaie, Ujmm, Sarsajarilla, Mineral walm, Bit
nUBr AH commuiiicutlous ami onlor sliotilrt lie ndilrosacd to
MY oflloe will bo closed from the
2Glh lust., foi a few months dur
ing my absence from the Kingdom.
M. 13, ailOS&IAK,
30 2w 12!l,lfitj
HON. Curtis P. Iaukca la authorized
until further notice, to collect all
Crown Land rents, and to glvo receipts
for the same.
G. W. JIACFARLANK,
Crown Land Agent.
Honolulu, Aug. 19, 1890. 0115 if
ISSUED BY TII15
11IUI9A1CID A. BIcOUJtDY, 1'reslilcnt.
our entire Block of Seasonable (loodb will be olleicd at pticcs that niusl
mure loimi tn pmpotly display our Rttropenn putchnROu now on tho way
stock MUST 00. Cost bna not been rnnsidcn-d. Pi icon luivo bren mnrl.-nil
Wo imp hound to keep trade liv'ely.
08 dnz of Lubes' Silk Mills, in
ereain, white, hlnck and eiudinal, at
"He paii ; wot (h 7oe and $1.00 else
Black Goods, no mo to quote pi ices,
vwiety too huge. Have been polling
cheap, but picdcnt stock will go for
n niei e wing. Now Goodri in this de
partment Minor aKo this week.
1ulipn' Cold. Boul. H.uiilkciehkf,
rc eui'li, nice patterns.
Ladies' Unbleached Balluiggan
lloe, silk clocked, only 20c pair.
.IF YOU ARE A GOOD JUDGE:
You can huv a
sio.oo sysT i
be on hand in lime. Diessmaking Department on the piemises.
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
NUUAN U ST JEfE3EST.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Pies, Buns, Rolls3
BENSON, SMITH & CO., .
Without a Kivul
Ono-tliird the Prioo of the
EW a hiivnig oi ;i.i j'or uont m Cost nnd Quality tho Very Uest.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Gl"'l Cm Kxchifcive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Clean Swoop in
Visit oin csUblitdunont, note tho priced
Peician Mulls, new pattern", 0 yds
ViKixa good quality of White lled
cprctds, only .'rl.lO each.
Linon Table Covers, 055, aborted
Turkoyred Table Covei, nil linen
exli.i size, $1, !J5.
Pino iispoitincnl of Ladies' Silk
Handkerchief, new alindcN,:! for $1.00,
formei piieo 7fe, but we aie ovei
stocked nnd go thoy must.
Ladies' Small Sie but, extm good
quality, 3 foi fiOc.
BC SURE & ASK FOR OUR:
You w ill have to pay ;
pail of tho oily. &$
Slews, .Soused Pig's Feet, Ktt.
in Price & Quality !
Housokeeper Should TTae It !
f 0. J. FisSie),