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By virtue o(
vested by the
the nutliority in me
Constitution ami the
Statutes of this Kingdom and deem
iug it essential to the piomntiou of
Justice, I do hereby older thnl the
Regular Term ot tlie Thhd Judicial
Circuit to be held at Wnloh'inu, Kau,
Hawaii, on the firt Thursday of
September, 1S90, and by me post
poned until Monday, the loth Sep
tember, bo and the tame is heieby
further postponed until MONDAY,
the 17th day of November, 1890, at 9
o'clock A. M.
r- Witness my hand and
i i the heal of the Supreme
L. S. Court at Honolulu, this
( ) 1st lav of Sopteinbei,
A. Y. JUDD.
Chief Justice Supieine Coutt.
IIks'ky Smith, Cleik.
Hi'itr.At; or Cpbiomk, )
I1onoi.vi.it, Sept. f), 1890. ,
A.N. TKIPP, I-Zsq, has this day
boon appointed l'ort Suivoyorfor the
Port and Collection District of Hono
lulu, CMliu, vice F. Turrill, removed.
A. S. CLKQHOBN,
Minister of Finance.
HoxouiM', II. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders if Water Privileges or
thoso paying Watci Hates, nit-heieby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating puipo-e are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. .m., and -I to 0 o'clock
CuAh. U. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Si'K.voi:k,
Minister of tlie Intenor.
Pledged to neither Sect nor -Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, SEPT. C, 1890.
.Residents in the neighborhood of
the junction of Kinau and Makiki
streets complain ot the condition of
the highway at the spot named. In
rainy weather and for several follow
ing days it is simply an impassable
ittagmire. A gentleman who lias
resided in that neighborhood for the
last seven year.s past testifies that
nothing whatever has been done
there during that period. The at
tention of the road authorities is
lespcetfully called to the complaint.
The dignity of the Legislature is
brought to the dust when that body
yo far steps aside from its owu pro
per function as to take upon itself
fhe duties of the Executive, as was
clone yesterday moining iu regard to
Board of Health matters. It is a
pity that gentlemen whom the peo
ple elect to the Legislature do not
take the pains to acquaint them
selves with their position, and
then confine themselves within their
own proper sphere.
DR. KIMBALL'S REMOVAL.
The following conespondence is
Dki'aktmbnt or Intkiuoh, )
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1890. )'
J. II. Kimuall, M. 1),, Piesident
Board of Health.
Sir: I herewith enclose you a
copy of a Resolution passed this day
by the Legislative Assembly and I
have to request that you will imme
diately comply with the same.
I have the honor to be -otir obe
dient servant, U. N. Spencer,
Minister of the Interior.
Resolved that His Excellency the
Minister ot Interior is hereby author
ized to request tiie President of the
Board of Ilealtli to hand in his re
signation to the presidency ot said
(Sgd) Jons W. Kalua.
Sept. o, 1890..
Officr or thi: Boaiid ok Hkalih,
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1890.
His Excellency 0, N. Spencer, Mill
iliter of tlie Interior,
Sir: I have the honor to acknow
ledge the receipt of your communi
cation of this date, whoioiu you re
quest my resignation as President of
the Board of Health, and oucIobo a
copy of a resolution of tho Legisla.
tlvo Assembly authorizing you so to
In reply I beg to stole: '
1st, That I hold the olilco in ques
tion by appointment of His Majesty
with the approval of the late Cabi
net. 2nd, 'I hat during my inrumboncy
1 have porfoimed tho duties of my
ofllco to tho best of my abilities, and,
I think, with at least a fair mcasuio
3id, That I have icooived ropentcd
assurances fiom tho present Cabinet
that they weio fully satirflcd with
my ollieial conduct,nnd that It could
confidently count on their suppoit
against the unfair anil pnilisnn at
tacks which, for ulteiior putposes,
were being made upon the BoaiJ of
Health, and more pnrliculaily upon
lth, That a member of the pre
sent Cabinet, to wit, the Attorney
General, is a membei of the Hoard
oili, 'that the members of the
Bond of Health have been ami aie
now unanimous, anil woiiung in eor
duil'liaiinony in and concerning all
business of" the l'ouul, including
matters pertaining to the manage
ment and contK'l of the Kahhi Re
1 most respectfully callyoui atten
tion to the fact that no chiuges have
been prefei led agniustme; that no
investigation of my ollieial conduct
has been made or oidoied, and that
no reason why 1 should lesign bus
been assigned either by the House
or Your Excellency. 1 fuitheimore,
with all due lcspcct, deny tint the
Legislative Assembly has anv moral
right or any legal power to remove
or compel the resignation of a public
o Ulcer holding his olilco by the ten
ure 1 do, except by tho method of
impeachment and ttial as provided
foi in Aiticlo 57 of the Contilution.
I would fuithcr respectfully suegest
for your Excellency's considciutimi
that the constant and pciMtent in-
terfeienceby tlie Legislature in the
details of executive business, which
legally is and properly should be
under the exclusive control of the
Executive heads of Depaitmcnls and
Buieaux, is and must be destructive
to efficiency, subveisivo to discipline
and diieot encouiagement to neg
lect of duty, tale-bearing and geneial
insuboulination. It would also ap
peal to be in ducct contravention of
tho principles umlei lying the con
stitutional division of executive mid
legislative functions. Under these
cheumstance- 1 am compelled, not
only in justice to myself, but aiso to
my associates on the Boaul, with
whom 1 believe myself to be In en
tire harmony and whoe policy and
directions I have faithfully executed,
to lespeclfull.v decline to rc-ign (be
office I now hold.
I court the fullest inquiry into all
my official nets. I hereby request
that any ehaiges which have been,
or which may be hereafter made
against me, either of official miscon
duct or of failure to properly execute
the duties of my office, may receive
at the earliest possible date a full,
fair and exhaustive investigation.
I have the honor to remain,
Your obedient servant,
J. H. Kimball,
Piesidenl of tho Board of Health.
MR. CROWLEY SPEAKS.
If the man who does the news
hustling for the Advertiser could
spare some time from his Cabinet
building to tlie mipioveinent of his
literary style, great advantage might
result to himself even if Ins readers
fell short of edification. The able
( ?) scribe has that peculiar style of
wit which made old Mrs. Squeers
famous and which now commands
no more enthusiastic appreciation
than the gymnastic contortions in
the Advertiser's editorial column.
The youth who derides the "side
walk" Cabinet (and who, by the
way, has developed a new system of
reporting of which sidewalk loafing
is the prevailing characteristic) is
gently reminded that the gentlemen
whom he seeks to soil with his con
temptible mention are each and
every one his superior not only for
Cabinet, purposes but also for any
newspaper woric requiring decency
or ability. D. M. Cnowi.ny.
FK05I and after this date we will not
be lcsponsiblo for any height after
same has been delivered at any station.
Paitles to whom freight Is consigned
must be at ilie station to iccclve their
f i eight.
OA11U It A1LWAY & LAND CO.,
AV O. Ashley. Superintendent.
Honolulu, Sept. (!, 1800 Cfil it
TIIR coffee shop biislncs at No. 32
King sheet, bltburio owned by
Wong Pang tJliong, has been this day
sold to Leong CliocK, who will cairy oil
the business hi future. All bills owing
to date must bo paid to Wong Pang
Ckong, who will nlo settle all liabili
ties. Honolulu, Sept. C, 1S)0. (131 3t
DL'JtlNO the temporuiy absence of
our Mr. W. f. Irwin fiom tho
Kingdom 5lr. K. I. Spalding will act fur
111 t ti In all business uiatteis couteeted
with our Hank.
CLAUS SPItKCKKLS & CO.
Honolulu. Aug. 29. lSQO. Ctllw
ALIj persons ate hereby warned
ngiilust shooting or tiespassiug on
ihe lamia owned by mo In the District
of Wulplo and Walkule, Ewa. and on
the land on Wallatkalaua, held by mo
utider lease. All persons so shooting
or tn-spusslug will bu piosecutcd to thu
full oitent of the law.
O, A. UHOWN.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, UBO. Qj5 2w
THE ONLY PAPER nail by all
X claBses "Tlio Daily Bulletin," 60
cents per month.
An InipurtcMt Aii.-i"ir Hill.
A bill to amend the 1 .. w with re
spect to tho observance of the Sun
day was intiMluet d hit tho Assem
bly yesterday b Mr V ' and read
a tlrt time. As the l-d' i of con
siderable importance, h m in olaUMj
may be given in full . 1 - latino i
as follows: "Fiom ami aflei the
passing of this Act nothing contain
ed in the Act of the 2th year of tin
reign of King Charles the Second,
chapter 7, eiililled, 'an Ael fur the
buttei ob.-rivntiott of tin- l.otd' Day
called Sundav' oi in the U't of tho
21sl yet! of the reign of King Genrgo
the Second, entitled, 'an Act for
preventing eeitnin abuses and pin
fanation of the Lonl's Day called
Sunday'; ot in the Ael p,ised in the
fourtli year of His Mujc-tv. King Wil
liam the Fouttb, numbeied eon
and entitled, 'an Act for regulating
the police in the town and poit or
Sydney and for icmoving and pie
venting nuisiinees ami obstiuetions
therein'; or in the Act passed in the
second year of her Majesty Queen
Victoria numbeied two and entitul
cd, 'an Act for lcgulaliug the police
in tho towns of Parramnita, Windsor,
Maitland, Uallnust and other towns
respectively, and for removing and
pieventing nuisances and obstiue
tions, and for tho better alignment
of stieets theiein'; or in the Act
passed in the 17th yeai of the reign
of her Majesty Queen Victoria num
bered 23 and entitled, 'an Act to ex
tend to the Sydney Hamlets certain
of tho piovi-dons of tho Sydney Po
lice Act'; or in any other Act, t-hall
he held to lender illegal the printing
oi tho sale on Sunday anywbeie of
any newspaper, or of fruit, tobacco,
cigar", mutches, tea, coffi-e, or other
unfermented liquois, or of biead and
butter, cakes, biscuit-, sweetmeats,
or other light refiCilimenta, or shall
be held to render illegal the opening
or u--e for tho public entertainment
or amusement on Sunday, though
admission to the same shall be ob
tained by payment of money, of any
aquarium, bathing-place, zoological
or other guldens, or of any museum,
cycloramu or exhibition of pictures,
or of tloweis, or of any theatie, liull
or loom, or other place of public en
tertainment for the purpose only of
giving lectuics or conceit of sacred,
or secular music, with singing other
than that of comic .sough, oi of giving
lecilationsfiom Slmkespoaio orotliei
standaid authors., or shtill bo held to
lender illegal the hiring on Sunday
of any vehicle, borso or boat, or tho
carrying for hire of passengeis by
any steamer, eoacli or omnibus, or
by any rail or tramway, or shall be
held to render illegal the advertising
of any public enteitainment or
amusement hereby legalised." The
other cl.iuses piovide that no piosc
cution or other proceeding under any
of the Acts refen e to for any of
fence committed under them shall
be instituted without tho consent in
writing of the Attorney-General, and
die Governor may with the advice of
tlie Executive Council remit in whole
or in part any penalty, fine or for
feiture imposed or reeoveiod for any
oHcnce under the Acts icfeired to
whether on informalion or summary
conviction or by action or by any
other process. The new Act is to be
cited as "Tho Sunday L-iws Amend
ment Act of 1890." The second read
ing was iixed for October 1-1. Syd
Straw Hat Sale
FOE, 2 WEEKS !
MISS BERRY'S SCHOOL, No. 13,
Emma stiect, will opoi) for a nevv
term ou MO .- DAY , opt. 6h . 018 -it
BISHOP A Co.'S Saving Bank
Book. The Under will iilease
return to McLean Bros,, Nuiiami street,
and receive rewind. 01!) tf
Is heieby given that Mr.
Grace bus this dav been
appointed Malinger of t)io Honolulu
Dairy Uo , hi the place oj Mr. Miutiii
J. ALFRED MAOOOX,
017 lw Secietary 11. l. Co.
OTICE Isheicby idven Hint A. M.
the Honolulu Dairy Co., and is nut au
thorized to colleen or leeclpt for any
monies due tjie Company.
O.'O lw By J. A. iMiigiio)!, fcicfjijitiuj'.
OAHU College & Pufiahou Preparn
tory School will open MOND Y,
HeptciiibL-rfiih. Tuition: 81 porweek.
Boaid for gills; looms furnished, $5
per week; for boys, rooms iiiiliii'iilshed,
81.30. The new Pio;filmit F J. Hos
mer, ami Prof. J, Q. Wuod are expected
by the Australia rii ptviiier loth
Tnos. L. OUI.ICK.
0)0 lw Piesident pio teni.
From and after this date we
will not bo responsible for air
freight after sniiie has been
landed. Partlci lo whom
ficlglit Is consigneil must bo at
tho landing to receive their
f i eight.
WILDER'S 8. S. CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 5, JBD0. GBP tf
HONOLULU, H, 1., SJiSTEMBEi; 6 18H0.
Unction Salos by James F. Morgan.
nn I'M, PRODDCR!
On MONDAY, Sopt. 8tli,
AT t O'CLOCK NOS,
At tlie Wluiif, font of Fort street. 1 will
sell at Public Auction.
Oat. What & Alfalfa Hay,
mk s-kH Wlu-m.
250 Sacks ROLLED BARLEY,
hut eivlnl per Strainer raiiillotn
TC.lt UN CASH.
or. t it
AUCTION SALE OF
Real Estate k Cattle
On MONDAY, Soiit. Slh.
AT ltt O'CLOCK MUIN',
At my calerooin. Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, If not previously
disposed of. all the property belonging
Moanui Rancli, at Moanui,
At picsent owned "by Mr C. Christian,
ami comprising about
7Q9 Acres of Land in Fee Sim
ple & About 800 Acres of
Land in Leaseholds.
400 Head of Cattle and about 38
Horses and Colts,
'Me reaieSGood Dwelling Hoiim-, Ont-hou-es,
Carpenter Shop, lllaeksinlth
fillip and other Houses on the Pro
perty. There wi 1 also be sold Uulloek
Carts, some Old Sugar Mnchineiy, such
as Boiler, Mill Lughie, Ceiitiffugals.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
TKK1IS at SAI.i:.
For fuithcr paiticuhirs apply
Hackfeld & Co., or to
JA.S. F. IMOIiGAN,
UrtMSIIED Koomi, with
in ii minutes' walk of
;t Oflloe. For addrcs in-
qiiire at ibis olliee, tiW Ft
& 'PWIKE Lnrge Furnished
'53 I Itonuis ami tluee empty
&S53!5 rooms ou Hotel street,
at this olliee.
, A WELL FUJtNISUGD
yp!5 IjL Bedioom nml Parhu
feSu'S to rent In a private fnmily,
suitable for a gentleman or gpiit'einan
and wife. Apply comer of Likelike
and Palace Walk. (J IS lw
W-1'4 rpO rent or lcac a Cottage
(friTiuJJ3 - with about four rooms;
fejyil about 10 minutes' walk from
town; on King or Beietania stioets. to
waitlH the Plains piefeireil. Addiess
"L. it O.," this olliee. 022 tf
FOR KEN i'
LEO Stables at pie.-ent
occupied by Hawaiian
Transfer Co., permission
given August 1st. Applv to
008 tf .I.S.WALKER.
UOHSE PASTURE !
ORSES at fc2 pel
tieau per moiitn.
Tho nearest, the best
and cheapest. Apply
NOTICE to HOUSEMEN !
'The Celebrated Run
I nlng Stallion "She
irmdoab" will stand
thj.3 season at tho
For fuitlior pai'tlcuhirs
apply ut thu Dairy.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the Annual meeting of tlio stock
holders of the Olowalu Co. held
op August 27, ImOO, the following gen
tlemen wein duly elected to servo as
ollleeis for tlio ensuing year:
Win. G. Irwin .., Piesident,
F. V, Maefarlano.. Vice-President,
W. M.GIffaid Treasn-er,
C .Ilossc Secretary & Auditor.
0-18 lvv Sccietavy.
To Patrons of tlie Kaaipu Dairy.
THK undersigned hereby icspectfully
uotitles the public that hn has le
smned Ihe direct mamigenu-nt of the
Kiiiipu Dairy, after an inteival of llf
tecn months, dm lug which it has been
npuiiiged by other pintles. He is not,
and will not bou-spouslblo for any debts
contracted ou account of said Dairy,
without the wiitten order of himself or
his wife. He icspeclfully solicits a con
tiuuiiueo of the custom of his former
patrons. A. A. MONTANO.
toy Kor full pfirtleulaii apply to
Itffc tad I v& BSra
B3T3 1 $ X-Oirs
Our lintlrc Soc,k (
Milini Hbi Fuels to Tliose Already Rnowfl ! Tlio Great Mill Gnttr for Eiplis !
We Will Sell Commencing This Day
22 yds of the bcsl Calieo, medium dull: colois, for $1. 10 yds of good quality Gingham, foi $1. Lsdies' Diamond
Dye lllael; Ilo'-e, only AO els per pair. Wo guarantee ilium absolutely fast' black and stainless, sire from 8 to 10.
We havo a few moie Uo. Suits on band, which wo are selling out at cost Gieal runs on Coim-K which we aio
selling at CO cts each, thoy aie good value for $1. Gcnis' Fine White Shiits, linen bosom and cull's, !)0 els. UenK'
Finn Silk Ties, only 26 els each, Just reeeivid a line line of ehildien's. Diesses, Misses' Dres-HM, Clocks ami Ladies -Ulsteis.
Step in our stoic and piiee our Ladies', Mio'es' it OliilJion's Tiimmed and Untiinuned Mats.
We Protest f-jsiai.it; JL5 iajila. Prices !
Commencing SATURDAY, August
g SATUKDAY, August Uth,
ediate attention. We need
ve resolved, that our present
i . ..I iMT ...1 .. ,i ITtJ
here, and ha
on tho Goods to suit YOU and not US
and yon will think so too,
21 doz of Ladies' Chemises, at 2ro
Kino White Victoiia Lawn, at 7fc
While Linen, cold, bold, Napkins
Fiingcd, 3 for 25o,
200 Pieces of all Silk Neck Jtib
bons, all good colors, 0 yaids for 25e.
Dest quality of Mos-quito Netting,
00 inclieb wide and 10 yaida long, foi
i2 25 per piece.
India Silks, immense asMiitment,
reduced two OHc. These are all new
goods and no two p.ittcriib aliku.
"Necessity knows no law, and our necessity cut prieo. Cost has no control over what necessity demands.
While wo dining this sale baciilico our profits, this sacrifice gives us a reputation for low prices absolutely necessary
on which to build the great business we are after in tho near fulnio.
BJ&0m Millinoiy Department, will be a gieat attraction ne-cl Monday; it will bo a rare chance, The entire
stock of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, all maiked in plain liguies, already much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of 33JSf percent. That is a $3 Hat cosls you $2, a $'.) Hut costs yon only $0, a $15.00 Hat only cost you $10 00
and so on.
flJC Above mentioned prices wo guarantee for 30 days only, and all goods sold for cash.
gZ$A complete stock of White, Cream Figured Mulls, Fancy Figuied Cambrics, Sateens, Ginghams,
from $-1.00 up lo $22 00. Be sure and bo on band iu time. Dressmaking Department mi tho premises.
027 CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS. lm
Sole Proprietor of
Giipr Ale. Hod Mb, iMiii M$mnk Mnmk Mineral mm, Etc.
1ELE PHONE 5297.
tss- All coniniuiiicatloiiK ;uul orders Bhotiiil bo addresHcd to
BENSON, SMITH & CO..
r, Geo, L, Babcock.
13 Emmn Street,
Will lcsmne hislinclloii
Monday, Sept. 8th.
BTMntiinl Telephone 321.
Occidental & Oriental S. S, Co,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
,.. The Magnificent S. S.
W. M. SMITH, Commander.
Wll sail for the above )nils on or about
CGjrFor height or pasmge apply io
H. HACKFELD &. 0o.,
Pacific Mail Steamship Comp'y.
For San Francisco.
Tho Flue New S. S.
Will call at this port enroute from China
and .lapnii, and will sail for tho
above poi Is ou or about
GETFor freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
018 Ctwis Agents.
ISSUED BY TUB
4 &" TVJR3W YOBK-SECURITY:
Sf 6stJi tv n u ? ! iv; m
mCHAHS A. SJcVFtUJ-Y, I'fvHliieix.
asS. ;& &o B..Aisr; a
COiEGSG THIS DAY
a .SiicrifUu I Noi a Spcinl I. 'cu act ion, but
lCvory l)C)sirtiunt. !
our .entire Mock of Seasonable Goods will be otleinl at piiees that must
more? room to propel ly display our European pniehases now on the vvav
stock'MUSl' GO: Cost has not been considered. Piiees have been inuiked
It,. .... t 1 ."Si- ..i 11. 1 . t.. nir.t
uiue DiMiiiu iu ivee(i naue nveiy.
(18 do7 of Ladies' Silk Mitts, in
cream, white, black and cardinal, nt
25c pair; vvoith 75c and $1.00 else
where. Black Goods, no use to quote prices,
variety too huge. Have been selling
cheap, but present stock will go for
a men- song. New Goeds in this de
partment suffer ulbo this week.
Ladies' Cold. Bord. Ilaudkeichief,
flo each, nice paiteius.
Ladies' Unbleaelied Balbriggnn
Hose, silk clocked, only iiUo pair.
Without a Kival
One-third tho Price of tho
I l HH (T aj a b s
r. , vZTrTT.. ; ' 1" T , "7t, ""'- ,u' ' mjt- wpbmbb
A Saving of 3:t Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Bout. J0$
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
Tito following Fine Aiiliiials vvll
st-uid for servleo at the ranch, Walalae:
Two Native Stallions
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
iMt our ostiililtsliincnt, note the piices
Persian Mulls, new patterns, 0 yds
Extra good quality of White Bed
spie.ids, only $1.10 each.
Linen Table Covers, fiO.xoT), assoited
Turkeyred Table Cover, all linen
extra size, $1.35
Fioo assoitment of ladies' Silk
Handkei chief, now shades, :? for $1.00,
foi iner price 70, but we arc ovci
stocked and go they must.
Ladies' Small Size but, extra good
quality, 3 for 50c.
& IRON WATER,
in Price & Quality J
Housekeeper Should Use It S
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Kxclusivo Agcnta for tho Hawaiian Islands.
A!l Horses Kept
Stallions of various breeds.
Mares with or without fool.
JTorsos for any purpose.
A Skilful Ilrcakcr and Trainer 1b em
ployed ou tho ranch.
06? Satisfaction Is guaranteed In
breaking and training horses.
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
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