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DAILY BULLETIN : JLlOjfctoiiULU, U, J.; AUOUST 7, 18i0.
i ii in ifww iiiiwaugy
Sale o( Lease of Government Lands.
On WEDNESDAY, October 1,
1S90, rt the front entrance of Aliio
bni Ha, will be sold nt l'ublic
Auction, the Lease of thnt Tract of
Land lying between Pasuthau and
Poalnca 3d, the same being portions
of Ouhi, 1'akiloa, Kalua, and Paalacu
1 and 2, and containing S40 Acre
Terras Lease foi ten year to date
from April 10, 1891.
Upset Price 11,250 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Also at the same tune and place
the Lease of all th.it l'mct or Parcel
of Land situate in Kaao, District of
Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, more
paitioul.uly described in Government
Lease No. 227 to Marsden and Simn
8 m, and containing an area of 175
Terms Lease for ten yenis to date
from April 10, 1891.
Upset Price $523 pui annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
C. '. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Inlet ior Oflice, August 2fi, 1890.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 0, IS9(.
Holderb of Water Privileges or
thoM! paying Water Rates, aieheicby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes aie from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to 0 o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Watei Works,
C. N. Spencl'k,
Ministei of the Inteiior.
Meilfrd to neither Sect nor Party,
Bat established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1890.
Noble J. M. Horner regrets that
members of the House cannot dis
cuss principles without attacking
personal character. We are in sym
pathy with that view, and often
preach it to our correspondents,
some of whom bcom to imagine that
offensive epithets and uncompli
mentary personal rellcctions consti
tute powerful writing, unconscious
of the real truth, that these very char
acteristics detract from the weight
of their effusions in the mindb of
According to their repoittothc
Legislature, the Finance Committee
find that "a well-known, experienc
ed, and responsible road builder of
these islands" offered to take the
contract for the Volcano road for the
sum of $30,000, and that a poi lion
only of the road lias been construct
ed by the Government, the ofter
having been declined, at a cost much
above that amount. This is not the
only instance in which the late Gov
ernment similarly blundered. The
best use to mako of past and irre
mediable mistakes is to let them
serve as beacons for the present and
The Special cornniittce on educa
tion items recommend that "proper
legislation bo enacted for amending
the laws that regulate the Hoard of
Education, so as to remodel and re
organize that Bureau, and bring it
more under the control of the Gov
ernment." To "remodel" and "re
organize" may be good, but to place
"more under control of the Govern
ment" meaning presumably the
Cabinet is questionable. The spirit
of the age ia to decentralize govern
ing power, not to centralize. Too
much of the legislatian of last ses
sion had an opposite tendency, back
ed by the plea of "icsponsihle gov
ernment." A few years ogo, it will
be remembered, when the late Mr.
Gibson and the late Judge Picston
were both in the Ministry, the
Cabinet interfered with the functions
of the Hoard of Education, with the
result of a general uproar in the
community against centralization of
power. Centralization is as uncle
fllrable now as then.
Can any good thing come out of
Nazareth i This is a question having
the force of a negative aisertiou
propouotlocl in regard Ip tho most
rcmarkablo man of which history
furnishes rccoul. Notwithstanding
the contemptuous intci rogation, the
great personage who came from Na
zareth nearly nineteen cenluilc
ago gave to the world a code of mo
rals, which, for simplicity, purity,
and adaptability to human require
ments has necr been equaled inec,
nor was there anything compaiable
with it before. Right here in Ho
nolulu, and in this enlightened pe
riod of the world's ago, we llnrt men
so narrow and prejudiced that they
reject a sound proposition breamc
it emanates fiotn a source which
they abhor. Some men way they
believe in surrounding this island by
a line of railroad, and believe they
themselves would be benefited
thereby, but object to its being
done by anybody coming from Na
zareth. The man who cuts off his
nose to get revenge on ins lace w
the two ends and middle of a fool.
A CASE IN POINT.
There seems to be cotis-iileiabh
misapprehension in the LegMatmo
upon the railway bills. 11 they are
not for the public interest, then cei
taiuly they ought to be tabled, but
if out of them the public istoie
ceive considerable benefit, the two
parties in the House will do well to
redeem their pledges, given before
election, to suppoit measures look
ing towards development of the
Some members say that the illus
trations fiom the United States do
not apply here ; that is, if that coun
try has been wonderfully developed
by its railways, which have been
aided liberally by the Government,
it does not follow that the same
thing will happen heie. Very well;
but certainly it is fair for us to cite
the Island of Mauiitius. Thcie the
harbor of Port Louis furnishes the
only safe and commodious haven.
The remainder of the coast is rock
bound and tempestuous. Now,
while it may be true that Mr. Hind's
steamers, touching along the coast,
and wherever possible, taking su
gar and landing freight and passen
gers by means of wiic ropes and
cages, etc., might have been amply
sulllcient, and the people there
ought to have been well satisfied
with those blessings, and should
have devoutly thanked Heaven
every day, it is al30 true that they
weie not satisfied. JSut by means of
heavy subsidies and other aid from
the Government a lailway was con
stiuctcd around the island, connect
ing Port Louis with all points. This
resulted at once in developing the
hack country of this little island, (it
is about 700 square miles, or a trifle
larger than Oahu,) to such an ex
tent that the production of sugar
was nearly doubled, or jumped from
100,000 to 190.000 tons per annum.
The railway also led to the building
and maintenance of towns in the
interior where none existed befoie.
A general increase of prosperity re
sulted to all parties.
It does not follow that we mu-t
therefore subsidise railways, but it
does follow that we have a right to
expect, our conditions being similar,
like results will go with i ail way con
A LAY PRESIDENT.
The arguments against a lay Pic
sident of the Hoard of Health, both
in the House nnd in the Advertiser,
amount to nothing. Everything
that has been said or wiitten against
a layman presiding over tho Health
Iitucau might with as much force be
applied to the Bureau of Educa
tion ; and yet we are not aware of
the point having been raised in re
lation to the latter. However great
may be the importance of the health
of the people, it is of no greater im
portance than the education of the
young. The duties and responsibili
ties of the Education Department
arc not one jot less manifold,
weighty, or difficult than those of
the Health Department. The Pre
sident ol the Board of Education is
not a tcaclior nor an ex-teaoher ol
youth ; but he is a capable prosident.
all the same. Tho professional
work of the hoard is done by a pio
fcssional man, the Inspector-General,
who is simply a paid servant
of the board, nnd not n member
thereof. The President is its pre
We see no reason wlmtever why
the position of tho President of the
Board of Health should be different
In this regard from that of tho Pre
sident of tho Board of Education.
True, the President of tho Board of
Health under the existing arrange
ment does piofessioual woik, which
none but a professional man can do ;
but this amngoment we coiulder
not the best. Hotter have thnt work
done- by ft servant of the Hoard and
not by a member. Call lilm Medi
cal Inspector, or anything else that
may be deemed appropriate, only
let him be an employee, and not a
member. To it seems anomal
ous that the principal servant of a
bo.ud should he its head and ire
siding ollicer, and its head be its
The talk about a tailor managing
the foundry is inappropriate doei
not apply in the slightest degree.
The manager of the foundry should
certainly be, and as a matter of fact
is, a man practically acquainted
with foundry woil: ; but the presi
dent of the company owning and
controlling that establishment need
know nothing whatever practically
about boilers, engines, patterns, or
any other of its pioductions, and as
a matter of fact lie does not. The
managerof a sugar plantation should
be a man with a pi ictical knowledge
ot the duties tippet tabling to that
position, but the president of the
boaid of diiectois need not, to qua
lify him for his position, ever have
iceti a stick of cane, a vacuum pan,
a sugar mill, or anything else be
longing to a plantation; and in re
ality most of our sugar estates have
for presidents business men resid
ing in Honolulu who make no pre
tension to a knowledge of plantation
work. Presidency is one tiling, and
managciship another. So, we think,
should it be with the Board of
Health. The president had better
be simply the presiding officer of
the board, no more entitled to salary
than any other member, the execu
tive work, piofcssional and other
wise, being done by paid servants,
as with the Roaid of Education.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
TO-BIOKKOW, Aug-. SStli,
AT IS O'Ul.OCU. AOOS,
I viH sell at Public Auction, at my
Saltiooni, Queen Ptreet, for ac
count of whom It may concern,
75 Bales California Wheat Hay
LIS WIS .T. liKVEY,
Tl OX. S. M. DAMON will net for mo
.III. timler full povvoi of aitouioy,
diniiiL' inv .ib-ente fiom the Kingdom.
w. r. allT:n.
Houoliihi. .luly :tl. isno. H'-'li 1m
DUH1NG inj ubeiire fiom Maul Mr.
D. L. Meyei will act fornu: under
J. W. KALUA.
ALL juste duii ajriinst J. Lane,
IMIlornf tlic New Hawaiian 1)1
icctory, should lie nent to tlieundoi
sIkw'iI foi Mjlllenu'iir.
040 lw X. I IU'IIOESS.
Y oftlee will be closed fiom the
20ih Inst., for a few months, ilnr-
mv uli'ioucu ft oin the Kingdom.
M. K UHOSSMAX,
CIO 2w Demist.
HOX. CurlUP. Iiiukea la authorized
until fiiuhcr notice, to collect all
Otouii Land U'lits, and tohe iccelpts
for tlie Millie.
G. W. MACPABLAXK,
Crown Land Agent.
Honolulu, An. 1!). I8!)0. (W5 tf
fc&. l5 anil avenue a
.ggfrajpix. nv Hone. Plmtor
.SSaasSU will ploafo return to
-iSV--A. H. acl.fclilit,Co.
Kauai Industrial School,
rpilll Tiiti-toei take pleasuio In aa
X noiitioliiir that the lloyt' Depart
ment of the Kauai Iiicltisrtl.il School
will open In the latter part of Septem
ber, with accommodation for ;io or -10
The eoiiiHo will embiai'K thoioiieh
iiHiiiii'tlon lu tho comuiou r.ngll-li
blanches with tialniujr in iraetlenl car
pentiy and joluln, prhielpleft of build
ing ami (-oiiHtiiiilluii, fieehaml und mo
ch.inleal UriiwliiK, pi Inline;, bhicksiiillh
Pleasant loomi will be provided, with
good siiiistanlial tuod, ami the pupils
will have eaieful Mipei vision of their
'J'hc situation of the School, one nilla
and a half from Liliue, U beautiful,
healthful and cool, in t of tho sea,
ncai the mouiitaliiH mid oveilool.Iuv; thu
llnlela ilvei. Theie Is a varietj of
fi lilt decs on thKiouuilfc.
lloaid and tuition will ho 910 a year.
Tho exact date of opening willhuaii.
noiineed later. Tho (Jhl' Depatliiiciit
will not be oioned until mM year.
iQ" I'or niliiiHiion apjily to Dn. .1.
Iv. HMtril, Koloi, or
It. V. AXDIIHW'f.,
n i o it. C'"'"'''"
THE WEEKLY "BULLETIN-
'oIuiudb. Dtiroly loi.il innttor-
I ) foreign rouiitri'. ffi por
I Ull II n 111.
Suction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On TITUKSDAY, Aug. 28tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. at.,
At the testilenoe, o. .S3 lieu Inula
lUrect, adjolnlti:; the tesldoneo of Sirs.
It. J). Morcau, 1 will Pell at Public
Auction, the llomehold Furniture,
Sofa, Whatnot, OlmlM,
Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
Mattiae-., Mosquito Nets,
Largo B. W. WarMo,
1 Wcstcnueycr Upright Piano,
Veranda Chairs, Caipet,
CURIOS, CORAL and SHELLS,
1 Gypsy Queen Stove & UtmislU,
CiocUery, Lie., Etc.
J AS. F
On SATURDAY, August 39th,
AT l! O'CLOCK XOOX.
At the tlahlcs at rear of the ollco qf
Hon. J. 1. Dow sett, Queen street,
I will ioll at Public Auction,
ABOUT iO HEAD OF FINE
rtitiket) ti Sailille and ITariiesH.
1 Fine Driving Mare,
Suitable for famll use.
,7 AS. V. MOIIGA,
10 Nutianu St., Honolulu, H. I.
Hob iijouts In lib Hawaiian IbUiiil-, fa
'01.1 Mwjnvlia" & "0. P. T."
fine Uoyrbon Whiskies,
Lnclnimn & Jacoui's
Calebrated Cnlilornl.i Wint s.
Alto, olyaya l:i dock, c. fall Hue ;f tbu clo'cctt
Wo bin 0 for sale a supuilor nitlelu
Sarsauarilla k In Wntsr,
Manufactiuod by Schmidt & Co.,
Stockton, Gala.' It Is tho most
v holcMime. and delicious tonic and
bevoiage of tho age.
Older fiom the other Islands
piomplly attended to and goniN caie
fully packed for fiblpmetit. iiai' Dm
flaTCUT THIS OUT.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, LU
On and after Monday. Aug. 2.'th,
cats will inn
JJvery Vllteon SClniHos
Thomas Squara and Ghlnoso Theatre
As under, viz:.
Pi om Thomas Sfumre, 7(115,7:0, M,
8 a, in., etc., until 5:15 p, m.
From Chinese- Theatre, 7:110, 7: in, 8,
8:15 a. in., etc., mil II G:30 p. in.
Tho through service between I'alama
nnd Wuikikl ienialii J hourly thiough
out tho day as at pic&ent.
The 0:15 p. in. car fiom Chinese
Theatre runs to Puuahou.
Anlnteiinedlate car will leave Hide
Range for Town, via Klug sticct at 7:'2J
Xoir. Tho Valley oars leaving I'uiinii
at5 mhuites past tho hour conuect with
Thomas Hqunic car.
Thein ears will not nm on Sunday,
bin tho present ir lnluiito scivlce on
Saturday and Sunday afternoons will
bu coiitiniied. H!18 (It
ELECTION of OFFICE IIS.
ATnnadjoiiriiod aniiiial meeting of
tlie Kahiilul Rallioad Co., (L'd),
held at their olllco this day, tlio follow
ing geiitlenien weio ro-elecled to serve
during the ensuing v ear:
"W. O, Wilder President,
W. P. Allen Vlce-PieMdent,
S. R. Rose Sccielaiy,
P. L. Stoltz , Ticasiuer,
W. P. Allen Auditor.
S. R. ROSE,
Honolulu, Aug. i, ISflO. (iff) 3t
Art I.ohsoiiH, J'uintlne' and
''piIE ilitdlo of D. Ilowaid Hltcbcoil;
X Is open to pupils for Landdcapo or
Still Life Painting, Porspcctlvo and
Outdone Sketching Olnsses. Visitor
aUv woluoipo to he sludjo, 036 Iv
bhit ai mz
flKSf U I flU 4 LH i urcsi
" 'as'fliHOEi sen aw izsi Muw
Cask Assets, : : : : : Over $18G,G00,000
RICHARD A. aicOVJtUY, l'rcalilcnt.
JOr- For full particulars upply to
Dec-21-9 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islatula.
1 f h Hi oD 81 B 1 3 S 81 IT IB a ft PSfta&,Bar&& n S r ?
Our ISiitivo Slock nt a Sacriilco ! Not a Special J eduction, but a Chan Swrcp In
Every Department !
Commencing SATURDAY, August 9th,
attract nnmediato attention. We need
here, and have- resolved, that our pieent,
on the Goods to suit YOU and not US
and you will think so too.
21 doz of Lmlu'fl' ChuuiifcCH, at 2i")C
Pino "White Violoiia Lawn, at 75c
Whit" Linen, cold, bord, Napknia
Fiinped, 3 foi 2f)c.
200 PieceB of all Silk Neck Rib
bona, all pood colors, (i yards for '2."c.
Beet qutdity of Mosquito Ncttim;,
90 inches wide and 10 jnnls long, foi
if 2 25 per piece.
India Silks, immono nsorlmeut,
reduced two Gfie. These aic all now
gooda and no two patterns alike.
Necessity knows no law, nnd our necchsily cuts pi it-es. Cost has no contiolover what necessity demands
Whilevvo duiinp this sale saciitica our piofits, this sacnlico gives us a reputation for lowpiiccs absolutely nece'ary
on which to build the preat buaine we are afloi in tlie near futuio.
YOU CAN BUY AN:
)"Our Alillinery Department, will be a great attraction next Monday; it will be a lare chance, The ontiro
stock of Trimmed Hats und Bonnets, all maiked in plain figures, already much lower than elsowhere at a reduc
tion of City percent. That 4s a W Hat costs you if 2, a i9 Hat costs you only $0, a 15 00 Hat only cost vou MO 00
and so on.
Above mentioned piiccs wo guarantee for 30 days only, and all goods told for c,
A complete stock of White, Cieam Fiiuired Mulls. Panev ricured C.imhilnn. s.ifo.mu n;niri,fmi ii.", e..ii
from $4.00 up to $22.00. Be sine and
otpE H ga KlHB38a
i sip i asromtr iiemor
i giu vj&msig Byggntig
G27 fOUNER. 1IOTEI
ih i 9
8)0" And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any
fioffen, Tea, Gliocolato &. Milk, 0
Steai.-s, Chop, Fih, Ifnm & Eggs,
h S BjjTI KJ
a o auau o
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAItSAPAHILLA & IRON WATER,
BtaEor ill, Hob Mb, GrenaflinB, BasBbeiryBflo. Sarsaprilla, Mineral Watevs, Etc.
tsr All oonununit'ivtioiifj
Btudlo, No. 27 Ataka Btreot.
Foimerlvof Now Yoih, would Inform
tho public that hIio U prnpared to till
all oiders for PanteU, Oil, Water Colon
and India Ink Porliaju.
1S9 Samjiles of worl; can bo soon Ht
Studio and Hamilton Home Parlor.
PORTRAITS ! "jp llii'"' Plli POWIIFR
it Ut4, u .1 CvlS P a 3
issued uy Tin:
u l a t
-B B!l IY" B'S'SM
3i itra a Eft AM.fBC
our entire Flock of Sonsonnblo Gooda will ho ofTerrd nl iir'eeu that niul
mote room to jimpi-rlv display our European puiolmses now on the way
stork M UST GO. Cost has not been considered. Price have been murke'd
Wo me bound to keep nude lively
GS do of Ladies' Silk MitlR, in
eieain, white, bluek and cardinal, at
25e pair; worth 75c and $1.00 else
vvheie. 1'laek Goods, no use to quote prices,
vaiiety too laiRe. Il.ive been telling
cheap, but pion-nt stock will go for
a meie uong. Now Goods in this de
partment sutler also this wtek.
Ladies' Cold. Uord. llaudkcrchiof,
5c each, nioii patterns.
Ladies' Uubleiehed Ualbiiggan
Iloe, ailk eloekid, only 20u pair'
You can buy a
SIO.OO SUIT I
DURING -:- THIS
be on band in time. Diesoinaking Dopaitment on tho piemNeH.
l, 5 W-.H" rt-a ! H ff'
m i fJi a i;
rp J a B -t
a u a s va ,
, & FOP.T STREETS
fi r"B f a 1 S isrL, 3L b. R
ALWAYS OX HAND AND TO ORDER
3j Ps83, Buns, Wih
4V, m A ill; v
( i m h i
M MiS Uii.
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If Ulll.l -WlilXViiJ, UiUVtllQkS,
fi'oiai 13;JiO a. hi.
MAJSTUJTACT LTKEKS" OF
and orders slionSd bo addressed to
SENSOR, SMITH & CO.,
iw j-rj?rjaBgJX rr-gji3r.rwwyy.yvri
Without a Klvnl in Prlco & Quality !
One-third tho Prioo of tho Royal 1
Evory Housekeeper Should TJbo It !
gST A Saving of 33 Per Coot in Cost nnd Quality tho Vory Dost. jy&
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS,
V8it our eslabliMunent, note lint prices
Peisian Mulls, new patterns, (i vd
Extra jjood qu dily of "White Hod
spreads, only $1.10 each.
Linen Table Coveis, 5G.55, assorted
Tin key icd Table Covci, all linen
extra size, if 1.IJ5.
Pino assoitmunt of ladies' Silk
Handkerchief, new shades, 3 for $1.00,
former price 75c, but we aio ovei
htoekod and go they must.
Ladies' Small Siio but, e.xtia jjood
quality, '. for COc.
BE SUREMSK FOR OUR:
13 SUIT J ':
You will have to pay ;
K r? . .
part of tho city.
Stews, Sousod Pig's Feet, Etc.
to 1 p. m. Sf
n 1 P i CiaImI
nj til yD &D ylgoL
rM-rTf-nnMirMir ii 1 1
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Evoluaiva Agents for tho Hawaiian Inland,
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