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JDA1L.Y BULLETIN: J10ttUliTTl.U, .11. L, AUGUST 26, 1890.
BY AUTHOR II Y.
Foreign Ofl'tec Notice.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 0.
By virtue of the nuthotity con
ferred unon me by Section 12 of
diopter XXV of the Laws of 1888,
tind of nil other powers me in any
wise cnnbling liercin nnd by nnil
with the consent of the Cabinet as
testified by the signatures of the
members of snid Cnbinet hereto, I,
John A. Cummins, Minister of For
eign Affairs of the Hawaiian King
dom, do hereby disband that portion
of the Military Forces, consisting of
and known as the First TJatttilion of
Hawaiian Volunteeis. v
Major II. F. Hebbnrd, coiniunnd
ing the First Battalion Haw.iiinii
Volunteers, will see to the execution
of this order nnd to the collection of
all Hawaiian Government arniB in
the possession of the First Battalion
or of the ofticeis anil members
Given under my hand and
the beul of the Dopait
ment of Foreign A Hairs
this twenty-third day of
August, in the year uf our
JNO. A. CUMMINS,
'Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Wo consent to the foregoing Older
this 23rd day of August, 1890.
C. N. SPENCEB,
Minister of Interior.
Minister of Finance.
A. P. PETERSON,
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, arc hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 toG o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 2G, 1890.
It is reported that there is a dead
bullock lying on the road to Waia
lua, at Kipapa, which frightens
passing horses attached to vehicles.
Narrow escapes from sorious acci
dents resulting from the cause indi
cated are also reported. The ques
tion arises, whose duty is it to re
move that dead bullock?
The report of the Judiciary Com
mittee, presented by the Chairman,
Kepresentative Kalua, on petitions
praying for the restoration of the
former powers of the Sovereign, is
a contradiction of the of-treilerated
charge of our morning contempor-
that the native members of the
Assembly who favor a change of
constitution aim to give back to the
King powers curtailed by the present
fundamental law. The committee
say His Majesty has enough power
Representative C. Brown intro
duces a bill to change the name of
the Insane Asylum. It has been
found by experience elsewhere that
institutions of the kind called by
names less indicative of their pur
pose arc not so repulsive to persons
needing their cara, nor to their
friends. This appears to be the
principal reason for a change, and
certainly a good one. A change of
' name can do no harm, and may do
much good ; therefore the measure
may be expected to take up hut lit
tle time of the House.
A point, hitherto no more than
hinted at, connected with the rail
Way project, is of sufiicicnt import
ance to have fuller attention bestow
ed upon it. It is this: A Govern
ment guarantee of interest such as
is pioposed, would supply a much
needed investment for the savings
of the poorer classes and for trust
funds of widows and orphans. At
the present time tbcro is a large
aggregate amount of trust monies
Jylug idle for the want of opportuti
ity of good nnd safe investment.
There is now probably enough
trust money ami money belonging:
to the wngc-carning class lylnir idle
in Honolulu to go n very long wny
towards constructing n railroad
around this island. Thera is no
necessity for going abroad for
money for such enterprises, provid
ed Ms possessors wore willing to in
vest at home; and the guarantee of
interest would undoubtly have Hie
effect of putting consldernbls un
used cash into circulation.
The making or amending a Con
stitution becomes a serious question
only when it is attempted in an un
The only sections in our Constitu
tion that seem to bear upon this
point are the -t7Ui and 82d Sections ;
the first tells us that "The Legisla
ture has the full power and author
ity to amend the Constitution as
hereinafter provided." And Sec
tion 82 tells the Legislature just
how to do it. So tlio power of
amending the Constitution under
that authority rcBts solely with the
Legislature, and there is no power
conferred upon them anywhere to
make a "new Constitution," or to
delegate their right to "amend" to
a convention or to any other body
Section 17 further tells us that
the Legislature has the power "from
time to time to make all manner of
wholesome laws not repugnant to
the Constitution." So there ap
pears to be no way provided for the
Legislature to pass a law authoriz
ing His Majesty to call a conven
tion to make a new Constitution,
for that would be "repugnant to the
Constitution." Certainly nothing
could be more repugnant to thu
Constitution than making a law call
ing a convention to destroy it and
put another in its place ; that would
truly be repugnant.
MAKING A NEW CONSTITUTION.
The petition to His Majesty ask
ing the King "to request the Legis
lature to enact a law authorizing
You to call a Convention for the
purpose of drafting a suitable and
equitable Constitution for Your
HIS itAJESTV's ISEl'LY.
"I shall submit the matter to the
Legislature and request that body
to take the steps required."
HIS MAJESTY'S MESSAGE TO THE I.E01S
J.ATUnE. "It is Our Royal pleasure that
the Legislative Assembly of the
Kingdom take such measures as
would carry out the intentions of
the people expressed in that peti
tion." By the above wo sec what the
Constitution says about its being
amended, and it says nothing about
a "new Constitution." We. see also
what His Majesty has recommended
the Legislature to do, and that is to
pass a law to make a new Constitu
tion, to take the place of the one
they are now working under, and
which both His Majesty and every
member of the Legislature have
sworn to defend.
That looks like a dangerous busi
ness for either or both of the above
named parties to undertake, as it
would, if successful, destroy the
present Legislature, and perhaps
His Majesty's authority also. There
is danger of the whole kingdom
toppling over before a new founda
tion can be put under it if the pre
sent one is taken away.
FINANCE COMMITTEE'S REPORT.
The report of above committee
is before the public, and it is the
duty of everyone (voters especial
ly,) to digest, learn, and be able to
comment upon its salient points, as
it is by far the ablest state docu
ment ever published in this king
dom. Let the name of GiLson never be
iiguni iiieiuiuueu, uuu mm lesiiuuu-rt
He shows forth a veritable angel
compared with those who have been
extolled, and on whom honors have
been heaped during the pnst three
We trust Mr. W. O. Smith has
now ceased singing the songs, glory
and abilities of Itefonn, will become
National, and with face turned to
ward Jerusalem, is now repenting in
sackcloth nnd nshes of his political
The peripatetic celestial journal,
governed und owned mostly by
wealthy men, the P. C. A., has al
most suuk out of sight, never to he
again raised to a platform of
usefulness. As an exponent of "a
gospel of dirt" and a propagator of
political garbage it has certainly
been eminently successful and
should be rewarded for such suc
cess. I do not at this time propose do
go into the report, but 1 doubt that
one single statement it contains can
be challenged. It bears on every
line the impress of truth, and if any
claiming to represent the Reform
party comes to that party's defense,
why by all means let thera do so,
and show the public once more the
beauties, fair dealing and excellent
business methods of their friends.
The moral turpitude, the shame
less ambiguities, the gross falsifica
tions, the "go as you please" way
of doing business on the part of the
late administration are justly char
acterised, as fallacious and scandalous.
The quarto who raked their com
missions from the confusion created
by the questionable (some say in
iquitous) proceeding of 1887, have
with ninny of their subordinates re
ceived at the hands of the Finance
Committee only their just dues, and
the wisdom of tlio House in sending
to silence the last ministry has hern
DURING my nbicnre from Mnul Mr.
t. U Meyer wilt net fur me under
power of attorney.
ALL just claims against .1. ( Lane,
Editor of tho New Hawaiian 1)1
lcetorv, should be ent to the under
signed for settlement.
010 lw NF. BURGESS.
Hitv llore. Kinder
will please return to
tl. llucUuld i& Co.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
the Kahulul Hallroail Co., (L'd).
held at their office this day, the follow
ing gentlemen were ie-eleetod lowoivc
during the ensuing vear:
S. II. Hose
F. L. Stolt....
W. F. Allen...
S. 15. ROSE,
Honolulu, Aug. a:, lRon. niu ::t
rou sali: nv
,ents for Hawaiian Inlands.
Kauai Industrial School.
1TIIK Trustees take pleasure, in an
. notiuciiig th'.it the Boys' Depart
ment of the Kauai Industrial School
will open in the latter part of Septem
ber, with accommodations for 30 or 40
The course will embrace thorough
instruction in the common English
branches witli training in practical car
pentry and joining, principles of build
ing and constiuclion, freehand and me
chanical drawing, piiiiting, blaeksmilli
inr and tailoring.
Pleasant rooms will be provided, with
good substantial food, nnd the pupils
will have careful supervision of their
morals and manners.
The situation of the School, one mile
and a h:lf from Lilme, is beautiful,
healthful and cool, in fright of the sea,
near the mountains and overlooking the
llulula river. There is a variety of
fruit trees on the grounds.
Hoard and tuition will be 10 a year.
The exact date of opening will be an
nounced later. The Girls' Department
will not be opened until next year.
8"- For mlmi-sion apply "to Dr.. .T.
K. SMITH) Koloa, or
JL W. ANDHEWS,
(HO fit Principal, Lilme.
HENRY M. STANLEY
IN ' DARKEST AFRICA
Tho complete story cf Stanley's recent tlirilllnir
adventures ami the diftcluii iro o hU ImpoiUiit
dlacDvnriemlllttiiiicar (or the tlrHt tima lu tlio
work nriitteo l)y hlrawlf, outltlcd "111 llarkeat
Af rkft ' Do not bo ilcalvo 1 by nny of the so
culled "Stanley books" now bains olterml us "ten
ulne"and"anlhiulla" To no ono of thfw li(W
Bunley contributed a lino.
'lbercl anonueiitioiinbtiut this statement be'ng
correctlnverypirtlcular, Wupurantcu It. and
will ttivo ltarticniarg on apiillcatlon.
PAIITIftM In onlir not to be misled, seo
UftUIIUr? tut the boo!i biaiu tho lin.
CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS
And that the canrawlnff art nt caules a certitlcata
of agency front us,
A. L BANCROFT & CO?
132 POST STREET, '
General Agents for the Pacific Coast.
J. W. Chamberlin,
Solo Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
HORSES at 92 per
head pur month.
Tlio nearest, the best
and cheapest. Apply
Special Co-partnership Notice.
NOTICE Is licreby given tlio Special
Co-partnership heretofore exist
ing between John K. Colburn and S.
Rolh, both of IJouohihi, miller the linn
name of "John V. Colburn & Co.," for
tho buying and selling )iay, gialnsaiKl
feed, bus been, extended under the Mime
thin naino for the further term of one
year from tho 80th (lay of .rune. 1S90, to
expjio on the ipt. day of duly, 1801, and
that Jokn V. Colburn is tlio general und
S. Koth tho special partner. H30 -It
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL i!d columns, purely local matter
Mulled ti foro(u couutrloa, (5 per
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE !
Hy order uf A. !. Cnitwilghl, Kq ,
llie'TinstPO of the Estate in tlio late
ljuerii Downier Kinma Kiileloonalanl,
iloee:ieil, mid -under license of .ile
from the Supieine t'ourt, sitting ni ii
Court of Probate, I alii dliecti'd to sell
at Public Auetioii, at my Kalestoiim, In
On WEDNESDAY, August 27,
A.'!' I'J O'CLOCK X'UOX.
Of that d.iy, all and singular Hint cer
tain Property situate In Nuuunu Vnl
loy. Honolulu, Otihit, and known as or
And belnt; the Fame Preinbes deseilheil
in Jtoynl Patent No. !)7, unit containing
an urea of 8 !).!-100 acres.
The above I'leiuises wore funnel lv
occupied by the Hon W. L. (jfeen, nnil
haw a Dwelling and Out-houses upon
tSTor fiullier particulars apply to
Cecil liiowu or A. J. Uarlwiigbl.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On TIIU11SDA.Y, Aug. 28tli,
AT 10 0'Cl.OCU. A. SI..
At the residence, Xo. Ss l.ereranh
street, adjoining the residence of .Mrs.
Jt. I). Morgan, 1 will sell at Publle
Auction, tlio Household Furniture,
Sofa, Whatnot, Chairs,
Black Walnnt Bedroom Set,
Muttra?e, Mntquilo Xet,
Large B. f ,
Veranda Clialis, Cai)er,
CURIOS, CORAL and, SHELLS,
1 Gypsy Queen Stove ,fc Utensils,
Crmtl.eiy, Ktc., Kto,
JAS. P. MORGAN,
010 lit Auctioneer?
15 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, H.I.
Solo Agents la tte Hawaiian Islands for
'Old Magnolia" U "0. P. T."
Fino Bouillon Whiskies,
Lacliman & Jacolii's
Celebrated California Vinrs.
Alio, always in ttock, a full lino cf the choicest
We have for
Sarsajaffila & Iron Water
Jlnniifacttircd by Schmidt Co.,
Stockton, Cnla. Jt is tho most
wholcsomo and delicious tonic and
beverage of the age.
Orders from the otlinr Islands
pioinptly attended to and goods care
fully packed for shipment. i:i2 :itu
-CUT THIS OUT.
Hawaiian Tramways Co., L'd.
On and nfler Monday, Aug. 2."!lh,
ears will inn
.livery Xfirteon Hl'nutcs
Thomas Square and Chinese Tlieatro
From Thomas Square, 7 slB, 7 :3C, 7 M,
8 a. m.. etc., until r;15 p. m.
From Chlneso Theatre, 7:30, 7:1", 8,
8:15 a. m., etc., until 5:30 p. m.
Tlio through service between l'alatna
and Walklkiremains s hourly through
out the day as at present.
The 0:15 p. in. car from Chinese
Theatre runs to Puntilioti.
An Intermediate car will leave Rifle
Rango for Town, via Ring street at 7 :23
Note The Valley cars leaving Pauoa
at f minutes past the hour connect with
Thomas Square car.
These cars will not run on Sunday,
but the present 15 minute service on
Saturday and Sunday nfternoons will
bis continued. o:i9 (It
Art Lessons, 1'nhiliiig and
rpiE studio of D. Howard Hitchcock
Jl Is Apen to pupils for Landscape or
Still Life fainting, I'crhpoetlvo and
Outdoor Sketching Classes. "Visitors
always welcome to the studio. (J3r lw
ALLK Deutsche, WeleheZiirEbrrleh
tung iles Nntional-Dcnkmals fur
den Fm-Htcii von JMsinarck 111 Uerljn
bei.iitragi)n wnii?cbeu, werden ersmtht,
etwalgo Reltraego fur dlesen Zweek an
das iintcrzcichneto Konsidat uimiu.
ahleu oiler ehuusenden.
Saeinnitlleho Gabon wci den unter llel
fiigiing dor Ilcltragslisten an dus Cen
tral Comlto In Rerlin ubeinilttelt wer
den, Kaiseuuch Dkdtschks Konsui.at.
Honolulu, 7 Jill!, 1800, BOO 8t
fc- For full particulars apply to
S SO ilXA-YSS -a S3 SO aj3LTJTft5 -
Our Kutiro Slock tiL a Rin'.iiCtco 1 Not i Spooiul UVTu:'tion, but n QU tin Swoop fu
Evjjry i?ciiurliciit, !
CoiiiiiieneiiiK NATUTilUY, August illh, our entiio j-lnek of Sensomibh floods will be oil'en d at prices that imi-1
nltuiet iiiintediiitu ntlmilinn. Wo need nunc uinin In nioneilv diynhiv mir Rnrmi..m ...i..,.ti..c,, ..,., .. .1
bete, and have remlved, that our present
011 me lioiHiH 10 tun. uvi ami mi
and you will think hi loo.
21 iloz of Ladies' Chemise.-!, at, 'Ifo
Fine White Victoiia Lawn, at 7o
While Linen, cold, boid, Napkins
Fiinged, !5 for 2")e.
200 Pieces of nil Silk Neck Pib
lions. 11 good colors, (' yards for 2.r
Iesl tpinlity of jMiisijuito Netting,
00 inelie.s wide and 10 yards long, foi
$2 25 per piece.
India Hilkn, iminciitc assortment,
ledueed Iwo ('ifn'. Thcio aie all new
goods and no two p.ittcms alike.
"Necessiry knows no law, anil our neecsily cuts pi ices. Cost has no eimtml over what necessity demand's
bile we during Huh sale saeulice our piolits, this snciiliee gives m a repulntioii for low piiees absolulolv iieee-su-V
on wliieh to build tin.' gieat btisinesM we aie aflei in Urn ne.ti futiiie. - '
YOU CAN BUY AN :
gS?"Onr "Miilitici - Dciwi tinoiit, will lie u gieal iillrnction noxl Jloiulnv ;
Flock of Tiiiiiiiunl Ilatb und llonnots, all maiked in jil.iin tignrou, nlruiulv
lion of I! purccnl. Thai is a $3 Hat costs you $2, a Jj.!) Jl.it co-Is yon only
anil to on
gJuTAbovo nionlionfil inicrs we Kii'iranlce for o() days onlv, anil all goods sold for cash
gTA oomplotf Hlock or White, Cream Figuiod Mullo, Viuwy J''i(,Mned flambrics, Sateen's, Giniihanis
lioni fl.00 iii to 22 00. He une and he on hand in time. Diespninkimr Den.u-tnient on the promises'
raps r? dc ts kj a g b a n & raaa n n
"27 COItNKR HOTKI, & POUT STREETS. nm
rfhB Pl js a tfsa. rs rs rs a ra irot. a a xv ., ., -.
Jumbles, Coffee Oakcs, Crackers,
&& Ami will l.c 11ELIVEREJ) J." REE of CHARGE to any
Onfriii, Tea, Oliocolate A.
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAFARILLA & IE0N WATEE,
Giipr Ale, Hoi Me, Groin, Ramii6, Sarsaparilla, Mineral f m, Etc.
- All coinmuntaatloiiH ir.ul ovilors should bo ailtlroKHCil to
BENSON. SMITH & CO..
MY onioo will bo closed fioin tho
2Cth Inst., for n few months, dur
ing my ubseuco from tho Kingdom.
M. E UROSSJIAN,
CUP 2w Demist.
HON. Curtis I laiikea Is authorlzPil
until further notlco, to collect all
Crown Jjaiid rents, and to give lccelpts
for the same.
O. W. MAOPARLANE,
Cuwn Lund Acent.
Honolulu, Aug. U, 1801), cps tf
notice. fiipB giji" iiiiiiStfi BitfiVAinrn
ISSUED BY THE
JM!EIAttl A. 2!fCVKBV, PrcMtilciit.
JSS. IE3. HUOSHEJ,
Gcncrnl Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
CORflRaEWGBNG TH5S B&Y
Mod; M DST (JO. (wt 'nn not 'beun
We aie hound tn Keep trade lively.
OS do, of Ladies' Silk Milts,, in
eieain, white, black and eaidinal, h!
25c pair; win ih 7fie and $1.(11) elre
whcic. Ulack ftoodn, no use tnipiolo prices,
VHiiuly too huge. U.ivo been selling
cheap, but pi i!eut sloek will go fur
11 nieie song. New Goods in tliib ile
pnilineiit stiflur nho thin week.
Ladies' Cold. Ibiul. llandkerebief.
5c each, nice pat lei iw.
Lndiei' Hnbleiielu-d Balbiii;gan
lloe, silk eluekeil, only 20opair."
i IF YOU ME A GOOD JUDGE!
Von iMii litiv :i
SIO.GO SU8T I
DURING-:-THIS : SALE;
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER.
, Pies, Buns, Rolls,
SilJfl.T., or PARH
SteakH, OhonR, Fish, liiun &
froni 11:30 a. mi. to
l&aQ iiulifln iirl SaB Buyj I iWUIalA
Without a Kival in Trico & Quality!
Cne-tliircl the Prico of the Royal !
Every Houaokeopor Should TJee It !
0S" A Kiiingor:i3 PerCnnl in Cost nnd Quality tlio Very Jlcst. jg&
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS,
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
1 "" - ' Excliuive Agents for tho ITfiwaiian Itlnuds,
enimiileieil. Pn'ors have been marked
ViKit our cMiiblishment, note (lie prices
Persian Mulls, in w pattern?, 0 vds
JO.xtra good quality of Whito Ped
Bpi'iul, only $1.10 en Hi.
Linen Table Covers,, .r)(xi)3, assorted
colon u, y.u'.
'i'uikeyied Table Cover, all linen
extra size, $1. ,'15.
Fine assoitinent of ladies' Silk
Handkerchief, new shades, iifor.fl.GO,
former pi iei: 75e, hut we aie over
stocked and go they must. .
Ladies' .Small Size bill, extra, good
fluidity, .'t for 50,!.
BE SURE & ASK FOR OUR t
You will have to pay :
ONLY $6.00 :
it v;ill bo
$(, a !yi.r),
a rare ohanco, Tho entire
or than elsewhere at a reduc-
00 Hut only cost you $ 10.00
part of the city. js&
Stows, Sonncd J'ig's Feet, Elc.
1 p. mi.
mSMm - jjfr -
Xf,iMSftik v-fc-.-.k c '. 2li "' ' f tkJ&us? ..i. Il, Mjfr i y'.
-1 --A " -i Z-,m,-mjM . 'frti.TiT' j jtf a&fl.j
WsjS t. w tfX. Aw?wtfLr i imik difcaat- .A