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JDAU,y iiUl.L.ttl'lN : HOMOOjULU, U. 1., SEPTEMBER 1, IdUO.
Ry'virtuo of the authority in mo
vested by the Constitution and the
Statutes of this Kingdom and deem
ing it essential to tho piomotion of
justice, I do hereby order that the
Regular Term of tho Thhd Judicial
Circuit to bo held at Waiohinu, Kau,
Hawaii, on tho first Thursday, of
September, 1800, bo hereby post
poned until MONDAY, tho 15th day
of said Scptoinbc?, 1890, at 0 o'clock
fs-s Witness my hand and
i tho seal of tho Supremo
L. S. Court at Honolulu, this
( ) 14th day of August,
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Alfred W. Caktkh,
2nd Deputy Clerk Sup. Crt.
Foreign Oflico Notice.
California Politics and Other
Sugar Trust Re-organizing1
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 10.
Whereas, by Special Order No. 9,
issued on August 23rd instant, the
First Battalion of Hawaiian Volun
teers have been, and arc dissolved,
Whereas, the Field, Staff, Lino
Officers and Privates of said Battal
ion have well and faithfully discharg
ed their military duty while holding
their respective commissions in, or
attached to, said Battalion, therefore,
in recognition of their fidelity to
duty, the said Field, Staff, Lino Offi
cers and Privates of said First Bat
talion of Hawaiian Volunteers are
and shall be permitted to retain
their uniforms and equipments, and
arc hereby honorably mustered out
and discharged from the Hawaiian
Given under my hand and the seal
of tho Department of Foreign Af
fairs this 28th day of August, A. D.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
614 3t-156 It
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Kates, are hereby
notified that tho hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to G o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Watei-Woiks,
C. N. Spekcgic,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1890.
There was a mistake made at the
general elections, and the true Haw
aiian did not get elected. In lieu
thereof be sure and have hnn ex
hibited at the World's Fair in Chi
cago. A mann that knows what
the natives want and is afraid they
will get, knows that they don't
know enough to ask for it, and he
will neither tell them nor allow any
one else to, and is full of argument,
why they should not ask for any
thing. Oh! true Hawaiian, pick
the beam out of your own eye.
HE WANTS TO KNOW.
Editor Bulletin :
Can you inform mo what work
the physician to the Oahu Prison
performs for the salary he receives?
I see by last evening's Bulletin
that the prisoner brought up from
Kona by tho "Hall" yesterday was
sent by the Marshal to tho Queen's
Hospital ; and I understand that of
the numerous wounds mentioned
none are other than flesh wounds
and are not serious. Could not
this case havo been treated at the
prison? This, I have been told, is
not by any means the only instance
of a like nature. Frequently the
members of the hard worked Hos
pital staff are called upon to do
work that should be done by the
Prison Physician. If he does not
feel himself capable of performing
the duties appertaining to his oflico,
why not icplaco him with a compe
tent man? Or if the present course
is to be pursued, why not send all
prUon cases to the Queen's Hospital
and engage some respectable old
woman to attend to coughs and colds
and other minor ailments?
August 30. Oivis.
San Fhancisco, Aug. 23.
Congress is getting down to work,
the necessity for doing something in
the shape of legislation before the
elections becoming apparent to party
leaders. Last Saturday saw tho
Rivers and Harbors bill pass tho
Senate, ami n programme of business
was arranged for the ensuing week.
Tho National Election Bill is a great
stumbling block, however, and a
good deal of bitterness has been en
gendered inside, the Republican
party through Senator Quay's at
tempt to shclvo the bill this session.
It was decided by the Republican
Senators to let it stand over for ac
tion in the short session. The
chances are that it will be quietly
shelved. The country does not
The strike on the New York Cen
tral railroad is likely to result in a
general strike on all Eastern roads.
The action of the New Yoik Central
management is recognized as a chal
lenge by federated capital to feder
ated labor. This will be the second
trial of strength on the railroad linc3
and capital will probably win. But
when the third trial takes place, as
it assuredly will, labor that is
flesh and blood will bo on top. It
is folly to force such an issue at the
present time, when the public mind
is agitated by the unscrupulous and
thieving operations of trusts and
combines. The ballot and manhood
suffrage should be left to settle all
social and economic issues.
Great preparations are beingnnade
for celebrating the fortieth anniver
sary of the admission of California
into the Union.
HAWAIIAN interests watched.
Representative Morrow is not
happy. He was nominated by the
Republican State Convention as one
of two "Congressmen at large;"
but as there lias been no new ap
portionment of seats, and as none
is likely to be operative before 1892,
it follows that these nominations arc
worthless. It is like inviting a gen
tleman to hunt rainbows. Mr. Mor
row has been the subject of a good
deal of banter and fun at the Na
tional Capitol. Speaker Reed takes
special delight in rubbing attic salt
into Morrow's wounded vanity. The
truth is, Morrow was never a strong
man. He was disastrously beaten
on his merits by Chas. Sumner, a
newspaper reporter, in 1882, when
he ran for Congress as canuidate-at-largc
for the State, and his subse
quent success in the constituency of
Sau Francisco is to be credited to
the telling work of a few prominent
Republicans rather than to his own
strength. In the last gubernatorial
fight he was taken up by the Chro
nicle and the Federal oflico holders,
led by General Dimond, who work
ed for him as Chairman of the State
Republican Committee, although
Morrow voted for the McKinley ta
riff bill abolishing the sugar dutjr
and practically abrogating the Ha
waiian Treatj'. The Islands at
least should not be burdened with
regret at the rejection by the Repub-.
ncan Convention of a candidate who
had gone dead against their inter
ests, as well as against the commer
cial and manufacturing interests of
SanFrancisco sointimatel yidentified
with Hawaiian trade.
The Democratic State Conven
tion at San Jose nominated Mayor
Pond, of San Francisco, for Gover
nor. The choice was the vei'3' best
that could have been made. Mayor
Pond is also a gflbd friend of tho
islands. He is too well known to
readers of tho Bulletin, however,
to need special mention. The
Chronicle made a savage attack
upon Judge Wallace, who was a
candidate for his old position as
Chief Justice, charging him with
corrupt motives in his decision on
the Sugar case, and alleging that
his decision was reversed and he,
himself, rebuked by the Supreme
Court. All of which, as a matter of
course, is untruo. His decision has
not been reversed, ho was not re
buked, and it is fair to presume
that he was ndt actuated by impro
per motives in giving his decision.
It is stated, on the authority of a
despatch from Portland, Oregon,
that the Canadian Pacific Company
is to receive $20,000 per month
subsidy from the Pacific Mail, for
keeping out of the hitler Company's
shipping territory. This is the
amount originally asked by the
Canadian Pacific, and it is believed
that the American Company con
cluded that it was cheaper to pay
tribute to tho Canadian Pacific than
to fight. That some consideration
was given is undoubted, but the
precise figures are uot likely to be
ItAI'ID ADVANCE IN SILVER.
What was said in relation to silver
in former letters is being rapidly
verified. Although the now Silver
Purchase Bill only came into opera
tion on tho 13th inst, tho United
States Treasury paid up to 81.19$
per ounce for silver 1000 fine on tho
18th. On the 20th tho Treasury
paid 81.20 per ounce. The London
pi ice of silver on the 18th was M
pence per ounce for silver .925 line,
or within ton cents of parity with
gold. Tho chances are that in a fow
weeks silver, as n commercial arti
cle, without tho advantago of full
legal recognition as monoy, will bo
on parity with gold. Instead of be
coming the dumping ground for the
world's silver tho United States is
being dcpclcd of silver by purchas
es on foreign account.
In view of this outlook, it is now
proposed that the United States Gov
ernment should commission an agent
to visit tho European Slates and
biing about the general recognition
of silver as money, on a common
ratio of weight of 16 lo 1. The up
ward movement of silver, when
even partially emancipated from the
fetters of the yellow metal, serves to
show the enormous imposition upon
tho debtor class by establishing the
single gold standard in the interest
of money-lenders and note shavers.
Every productive industry has been
heavily handicapped that one small
class of non-producers should be
come enormously rich by controlling
credits created to a great extent by
other people's monoy entrusted to
their keeping, and which enabled
them to arbitrarily flx the rate of ex
change and depressor inflate values.
If tho upword movement in silver
continues, ns it probably will, you
may find the much despised Knla
kaua dollar at a premium in Hono
lulu despite hostilo legislation.
French bankers have been heavy
buyers of silver in Australia at an
advance on London rates.
THE SUGAR TRUST SWINDLE.
The work of reorganizing tho
great Sugar Trust swindle proceeds
slowly. The Central Trust Com
pany of New York is to exchange
certificates as the following from a
New York despatch of Aug. 18th
will show :
Another step was taken today in
reorganizing the Sugar Trust. The
Central Trust Company, which has
been waiting for the preliminary
agreement, under which it received
deposits of certificates, is now in
possession of that document and to
day announced that it was ready to
exchange its engraved certificates
of deposits for certificates of the
The agreement is between three
parties. S. V. Whito, Kemhardt
& Co., Cord Meyer Jr., S. F.
Weichcrs, Gustav II. Gossler, Nash,
Spaulding & Co., Silas Pierce and
ail other certificate holders, who
sign the agreement, being of the
first patty. The Reorganization
Committee is second party and the
Central Trust Company the third
By the agreement full power is
given to the Reorganization Com
mittee to wind up the trust and re
organize it according to law.
The agreement will be effective
when approved by a majority of
the certificate holders, and the com
mittee is given power to vote on all
certificates deposited. The Central
Trust Company will receive all divi
dends on sugar-trust ccitilicates de
posited and pay them over to the
holders of the engraved certificates.
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Sept. 2, 1890,
AT lit O'CLOCK NOON.
At tho stables ot rear of tho ofllec of
Hon. .1. 1. Dowsctt, Queen street,
I will soil at Public Auction,
ABOUT 10 HEAD OF FINE
MARES & COLTS.
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
1 Pine Driving Mare,
Suitable for family use.
ISSUED BY THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF IVJUW- YORK
Gash Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
RIIIAICE A. McCUKOY. PrcHldent,
For full particulars apply to
General Agent lor tho Hawaiian Islands.
BCS SO XXA-Yte Sl iS3 30 XXA.YS-
13th Annual Great Clearance Sale !
J AS. F. MORGAN,
ffa Grlrwini CorapaDy,
COMMENCINC THIS DAY
but a, Glean Sweep in
OKl'Kll l'Oll SALU
Lime Sc Cement",
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe CoveriDg, all sizes.
BUCK & OHIiANDT'S
High Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Our Entire Stock at a Sacrifice I Not a Special .Reduction,
Every Department 1
Aflflini New Eacts to Those Already lien ! Tie Great Retail Center for Harpies !
We Will Sell Commencing This Day
22 yds of the best Calico, medium dark colors, for $1. 10 yds of good quality Gingham, for $1. Ladies Diamond
IJyo Black Hobe, only 50 cts per pair. Wo guarauteo them absolutely fast black and stainless, size from 8 to 10.
Wo have a few moic Box Suits on hand, which wo aro selling out at cost. Great runs on Corsets, which we nro
selling at GO cts each, thoy aro good valuo for $1. Gents' Fine White Shirts, linen bosom and cull's, 90 cts. Gents'
Fine Silk Ties, only 25 cts each. Just received a fino lino of Children's Di esses, Misses' Dresses, Clocks and Ladies'
Ulsters. Step in our store and price our Ladies', Misses' & Children's Trimmed and Untrimnicd Hats.
We Protest -Against Hig-li Prices !
Commencing SATURDAY, August Dth, our cntiro stock of Seasonable Goods will bo offered at prices that must
attract immediate attention. We need moro room to properly display our European purchases now on tho way
hero, and have resolved, that our present stock MUST GO. Cost has not been considered. Prices have been marked
on the Goods to suit YOU and not US. Wo aro bound to keep trado lively. Visit our establishment, note the prices
and you will think so too.
21 doz of Ladies' Chemises, at 25c
Fino White Victoria Lawn, at 75c
White Linen, cold, bold, Napkins
Fringed, 3 for 25c.
200 Pieces of all Silk Neck Rib
bons, nil good colors, G yards for 25c.
Best quality of Mosquito Netting,
90 inches wide and 10 yards long, for
.$2.25 per piece.
India Silks, immense assortment,
reduced two 65c. These are all new
goods and no two patterns alike.
G8 doz of Ladies' Silk Mitts, in
cicam, whito, black and cardinal, at
25c pair; worth 75c and $1.00 else
where. Black Goods, no use to quote prices,
vaiiety too large. Have been selling
cheap, but present stock will go for
a mere song. New Goods in this de
partment suffer also this week.
Ladies' Cold. Bord. Handkerchief,
5c each, nice patterns.
Persian Mulls, new patterns, G ydB
Extra good quality of White Bed
spreads, only $1.10 each.
Linen Table Covers, 56x55, assorted
Turkeyred Table Cover, all linen
extra size, $1.35.
Fino' assortment of Ladies' Silk
Handkerchief, new shades, 3 for $1.00,
former price 75c, but wo are over
stocked and go thoy must.
Ladies' Small Size but, extra good
quality, 3 for 50c.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Emma Square,
this evening at 7:30 o'cloek, ren
dering the following programme:
March Semper Fhlelis Souza
Overture Morning, Noon and Night
Fantasia Awakening of the Lion ....
Reminiscences of all Nation.. .Godfrey
One, Two. Three and Four. Maui Girl.
Medley Echoes of the Night... Riviere
Fantasia Forge in the Forest
Laueers The Mikado Sullivan
Steal M Muting
This ofllec having added a large vai Iety
of the latest styles of
To Its Job Printing Room
Is better prepared than ever to cxecuto
all orders in that lino, comprising:
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers,
Programmes, Etc., Eto.,
ALL AT LOW RATES.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
Ladies' Unbleached Balbriggan
.tiose, silk clocked, only zUc pair.
SNccessity knows no law, and our necessity cuts prices. Cost has no control ovor what necessity demands.
While we during this sale saciilico our profits, this sacrifice gives us a reputation for low prices absolutely necessary
on which to build the great business wo are after in the near future.
gjSF'Our Millinery Department, will bo a gi eat attraction next Monday; it will be a raro chance, Tho entire
sto'ck of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, all marked in plain figures, already much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of 33J percent. That is a $3 Hat costs you $2, a $9 Hat costs you only $0, a $15.00 Hat only cost you $10.00
and so on. '
fiSFAbovo mentioned prices wo guarantee for 30 days only, and all goods sold for cash.
gFK. complete stock of White, Cream Figured Mulls, Fancy Figured Cambrics, Sateens, Ginghams. Boy's Suits
from $4.00 up to $22.00. Be sure and be on hand in time. Dressmaking Department on the premises.
The Leading Millinery House of 0. J. Fishel,
G27 CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS. lm
ITLTTJ A.JS U STK HJ ErJT.
A. R. Rowat, Veterinary Surgeon,
Graduate McGill College, Mont
Residence: Hotel street, opposite
Ottlce: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
bles. tSf Tolopliono No. 3S2 -a
N. B. First-class acommodations for
patients at the Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
Autitorney-at- La w
Honolulu, II. I.
Ofllec over Bishop's Bank. C4C tf
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rolls, Etc, Etc.,
Plain & Fancy Bread,
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
fljgr And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any part of the city.
KIJL.1-. ol' IT ARE:
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate & Milk,
Steaks, Chops, Fish, Ham & Eggs,
Oyster J3tews, Soused Tig's Feot, Etc.
- JLniiiei iroin. 11:30 a. m. to 1
JMIA A NEAT Cottago of four
AgPSgm A rooms mid bathroom.
inli Apply ut "187 Numiuu Ave
nue." 045 flt
Woman to take caro of
child. German woman
Apply at Bulletin Ollice.
A LARGE assortment ot Photographs
and Stereoscopic Views of tho
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc.,
in these islands, for sulo ut reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Foit and Merchant street.
ALL persons are hereby warned
asialust shootinir or ticspassinir on
tho lands owned by mo in tlie District
of Walplo and Waikele, Ewa, and on
the laud on YVaikaknhiua, held by me
under lease. All persons so shooting
or trespassing will bo prosecuted to the
full extent ofthe law.
O. A. BROWN.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 1800. 045 2v
Special Co-partnership Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given the Special
Co-partnership heretofore exist
ing between John F. Colburn and S,
Roth, both of Honolulu, under the Arm
uunio of "John F. Colburft & Co.," for
tho buylua; and selling hay, grains and
feed, has been extended under the same
llrm name for tho further term of oue
year from tho 80th day of Juno, 1890, to
expho ou tho 1st day of July, 1801, and
that John F. Colburn Is the general and
S, Roth the special partner. ' 030 -It
O. T. BAJULijBiY. Manager.
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginpr ilG, Ion Ala, Grenafline, RasDberryafle, Sarsajarl, Mineral Ws, Etc.
t&- All coniiminicntioiiH suul orders should bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
389 lm .Agents.
Mrs. Eva M, JolinsoD, Artist,
Studio, No. 27 Alakoa Streot.
Formerly of Now York, would Inform
the public that she Is prepared to till
all orders for Pastels. Oil, Water Colors
and India Ink Portraits,
tW Samples of work can bo seen at
Studio nd Hamilton House Pallors.'
UMAX ' BAKING POWDER
Without a liivnl in Price & Quality I
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
0g A Raving of 33 Per Cunt in Cost and Quality tho Very Best. Jfft
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
fifil mn Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,