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In accordance with the Election
Law of the Kingdom, notice is
hereby given that a Special Election
for Keprf scntntive will be hold in the
District of South Wnilnku, Island oi
Maui, oil FUIDAY, the 10th day of
Oclobei, 1S90, to fill the vacancy
caused by the leMgnalinn of ITon. J.
FOUUTII DISTINCT, SOUTH WAI
I.UKU. Consisting of that poilion of Wm
luku lying south of the Xoith Wui
Hikn District, including the Ialnnd of
Kohoolawe,but excluding Honuauk.
First Precinct Wnihiku Court
Inspcctnis: 11. G. Tiendway, E
Ilul, Geo. 12. Richardson.
, Second Precinct The remaining
portion of said South Wniluku.
Polling Place- Custom House, Ka
hnlui. lnbpeotors: W. F. Mossman, G. P.
Wilder, Thomas Clark.
The polls will be opened at S
o'clock ' a. m. and close at fi p. m. on
C. N. SPENCEK.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 10, 1S90.
055 :it-15S -It
Sale or Lease of the Government Land
In Maklioa, Mala, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, October 15,
1S90, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be
Kld at public auction, 32S acres oi
Grazing: Land at Makiloa, lvolinlo,
Upset Price $50 per annum, pay
si bio semi-annually in advance.
Term 15 years.
0. X. SPENCEP.,
.Minister of the Interior
Interior Office, Sept. 10, 1S90.
Sales of Lease of Government Land on
On WEDNESDAY, October 1,
1S90, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Halo, will be
told at public auction, the lease of a
eei tain piece of land ou the Esplan
nde, fronting on Kir-hard street oppo
site tho Enterprise Mill, in Honolulu,
Oahu, containing an aien of 3SC7
Terms Lease for 10 years.
Upset price .?50 per annum, pay
able .semi-annually in advance.
Minister of tho Interim.
' Tnlminr Office, Aug. 23, 1880.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 9, 18S0.
- Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are heieby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
d to 8 o'clock a. m., and i to C o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. SPEXcnn,
Minister of the Intonoi.
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'Mijyd to neither Sect nor Party,
, Hut established fa the benefit of alt.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1890.
The Select Committee on hours of
service of Go eminent employees
want all Government offices opened
not later than S o'clock, n. in., and
kept open until 5 p. m. We do
not believe for one moment that the
general public want anything of the
kind; and why should they? They
find the present hours quite long
enough for tho tinnsaclion of their
business with government offlceB.
The Government is not supposed
to bo a shop-keeper, making direct
monctnrj' profits on its expenditures.
Public works of whatever nature
within the proper sphere of Govern
ment are supposed to te executed
for the public advantage, and not
.. for tho purpose of deriving gain
from the public. And yet some of
our legislators, judging from their
i' utterances, seem to think that the
, shop-keeping idea should prevail in
lb affairs of state.
The most senaatlonnl clement in
the foreign news by the Oceanic
consists in thu statement) by Ad
mind Drown, of the Charleston, to
the effect Hint n revolution at Hono
lulu wn iiniucnt when the vessel
left here. Accoiding to private nd
vices, considerable concern was
treated thereby In Stn Francisco.
The effect of the Admiral's rcpic
scntalioii3, or more coneotly, mis
representations, wax the entering of
the Charleston back, and she Is now
clue here. The arrival of the Ala
meda nt Sun Fiauciseo was oppor
tune, and allayed anxiety. Captain
Morse, Purser Sutton, and several
of our own people who weie passen
gers by the Alameda Jjnve assur
ance that pence and quiet reigned at
Honolulu. The Coast papers have
made the mo-,1 of Admiral Brown's
Article 20 of the Constitution
says "no Executive or Judicial
officer, or any contractor or cm.
ployee of the Government, oi any
person in the ieceipt of salary or
emolument fiom the Government
shall be eligible to election to the
Legislature of the Hawaiian King
dom, or to hold the position of an
elective member of the same. And
no member of the Legislature shall,
during the time for which he is
elected, be appointed to any civil
ofllcc under the Government, except
that of a member of the Cabinet."
Tbi3 is a provision which requires
no amendment, unless, indeed, it be
to make it more stringent. It is a
great cheek on a. certain class of
conuption, which it would be ex
tremely unwise to remove. Many
other countries have found it neces
sary to establish and maintain a
similar. Some of the British con
stitutional colonies go much further,
even to the extent of prohibiting a
member of Pailiament accepting
Government employ until the ex
piration of a term of years after his
membership has ceased.
Editor Bulletin' :
"One Who Wishes You Well," in
the Bulletin' of Sept. 8, who seems
so handy with the pen, should give
the public a digest of the Finance
Committee's Report, and spoliation
of good Government.
Sail in "me darlint," and give us
something on the square; write no
more "blarney," it is useless and
won't pay. Ems Go Bracgk.
At the mass meeting held in the
Armory 30 of June, 1887, L. A.
Thurston in the course of his speech
referring to a new Constitution used
the following language: "A Consti
tution is a contract, and if the King
nnd the people both agree to change
it, there is no violation of constitu
tional rights and no revolution."
Now then Mr. Editor what was
sauce for the goose in 1887 must
surely be sauce for the gander in
HAWAIIAN SPORTSMEN'S ASSO
CIATION. Following is the Constitution of
the recently organized Hawaiian
Whereas: It is desirable to add
to the game birds animals and fish
of the Hawaiian Islands such suit
able varieties not found here at pre
sent as can be obtained from abroad
which would remain and multiply
Whereas: The game and fish now
within this Kingdom are not effi
ciently protected by our laws as now
Whereas: Licenses are not ob
tained as provided by law by all of
those who use firearms for sporting
purposes on these Islands and
Whereas : Sportsmen with mutual
respect harmony and concerted ac
tion will be able to secure the ends,
and remedy the evils indicated in
Resolved : That we, sportsmen of
the Hawaiian Islands, in convention
assembled, form an association as
hereinafter set forth for tho promo
tion of matters beneficial and of in-
eiest to the fraternity.
Auticle 1 ''.i5ic This nssoeia.
tion shall be known sa The Hawai
ian Spoiitsmcks Association1.
Auticle 2 Objects. To uuitd
tho sportsmen of these Islands in
securing the introduction of suitable
gamebirds, animals and fish not
found here; to urge the enforce
ment of game and license laws now
in operation, and to secure the en
actment of such further laws as may
seem wise; to secure concessions
fiom the Government as may be
necessary to further the general
ends indicated herein.
Auticle 3 Ml-mbeusiiip. This
association shall consist of all the
sportsmen of these Islands who will
freely nnd in good faith sign tho
obligation hereinafter set forth.
Article 4 Officers. Tho offi
cers of the association shall be a
President, Vice-Piesident, five Di
rectors, a Secretary aud a Treasur.
er, who shall be elected annually to
serve for one year.
Amicmi 5 Putstor-NT. Tho Pre
sident Mmll preoidc, preserve order,
enforce, tho Constitution and By
Laws of the association, Bceure a
fair hearing to cvciy member on all
questions, vote only In case of n tip
vote, shall not move nortako part In
nnv debate while in the chair, and
whall perform such other duties as
may properly devolve upon him.
Aiiticlu C Vicr.-PitusiDUST. In
the absence of the President the
Vioe-Pie-idctit shall perform his
Atiticii. 7 Directors. Fie Di
rectors shall be elected at each an
nual meeting who shall attend to
the prosecution of violators of tho
name and license Itws. Shall man-
age the business affairs of the asso
ciation subject to its direction.
Shall hold ail property of the nsso
elation, except moneys, in trust for
its benefit, and shall make a detailed
ippnrt at each annual meeting.
AttTici.r. 8 Sucuetaisy. The. Sec
retary shall collect all moneys duc
tile association nd pay the same to
the Treasurer ; shall keep a true re
cord of things done at the meetings
of the association, shall laillitully
keep nil piipp-a, books and records
belonging to the association, and
shall deliver tl.em to his duly chosen
successor, and shall perforin sucn
other duties as may be assigned to
Aitrici.n 9 TiiEASURi.n. The
Treasurer shall have charge of the
funds of the association, and shall
keep ii true account thereof; and
shall pay out association moneys
only ou warrants drawn nnd signed
by the President and Secretary of
the association; he shall make a
statement at each annual meeting,
showing all receipts nnd expendi
tures, he shall deliver to his duly
chosen successor all property of the
association in his hands.
Aiiticlu 10 Ami'.sdmuxts. The
Constitution and By Laws may be
altered or amended at nny meeting
bv a two-thirds' vote of those pre
sent, provided that notice of any
such proposed amendment shall have
been given nt a meeting called for
that purpose held no less than two
weeks prior to the meeting at which
such amendment Miall be voted
Aiiticlu 11 Vacancies. The
Board of Directors shall have full
power to fill any vacancy which may
occur among the otllcers of the As
sociation, nnd any appointment so
made shnll to valid until a successor
is duly elected. They shall also
have power to levy an assessment
upon every member of the Associa
tion not to exceed tho sum of S3.
Three Dollars per annum for each
and every member of the Associa
tion. Article 12. The Association
shall retain the power of vacating
t'je place of any or all members of
the Board of Directors, by a two
third vote of the members present
at a special meeting to be called for
that purpose at the request of five or
more members,, and the object of
such meeting shall be specified in
Article 13. Special meetings of
the Association can be held at any
time at the request of five or more
members. The Secretary shall call
Art. 14. No indebtedness shall
be incurred by the Association un
less the same be incurred upon the
written order of a majority of the
Board of Directors.
We, the undersigned, do here
by ficely aud voluntarily pledge
our word of honor to strictly
observe in every particular the game
nnd license la ws of this Kingdom now
in force or any that may be here
after enacted, to promptly inform a
member of the Board of Directors
of this Association of anj infringe
ment of the game or license law
coming under our notice, and to
faithfully support and to be govern
ed by this Association, and we
agree that upon conviction of vio
lating the gamo or license laws, or
upon expulsion from this Associa
tion for any cause the directors may
publish our name and grounds of
expulsion or conviction.
O. R. & L. CO.
A Special Exclusion Train jvlU be run
To Ewa Plantation !
On Saturday, Sept, 13
Wring the Honolulu "Dnjni at lilO P. M.
Making only one btop each wav at Pearl
(Jlty; returning to lidunlulu
at C:15 p m.
The Trains will bo made up of Coaches
and Canopy-top Cars all one price.
KB" Excursion Rates for this Train
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return,
75 Conts to Ewa Plantation and
An opportunity for a delightful ride
and a breath of puie air, for only two
ot-utB per mile.
RB.MEMBER THE TIME !
tSTA quarter after 1 o'clock v, u.
Saturday, September 13th,
4AJ-yi ! ifv j itrci t "vYr
tekfc&VLU, K I., 82&ff3&& 31. JL8ML
Win. G. Irwin ft Company.
OITI tt rou SU.E
PARAFFINS PAtNT (iO.'S
COMPOUNDS and HOOFING,
Fell Steam Pipe Covering, all hizes.
HUOK & OHLANDT S
High Grade Cltemlcal Cane Hinure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS,
aug 29 -00-1 y
15 Huuanu St., Honolulu, H. I.
Sole ilg.iut!i tn the Hanallan Islauils for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Lnchman & Jacobi's
Celebrated California Wines.
AIfo, always In stock, a fall lino of the cl olceU
We have for
Sarsaprilla & Iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt & Co.,
Stockton, Cala. It is the most
wholesome aud delicious tonio aud
beverage of the age.
ESF-Otders from the other Islands
promptly attended to and goods c.-ue-fully
packed for shipment. 032 3m
Thoroughbred -:- Hunniti
Will stand for a shoit time st
GreeuQeld Stables, Kaplolaoi Park.
Duke Si'ENCnn is a dark bay, I yenrs
old; stands lfi Vu hands lilh; kind and
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By Duke of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ballerina... by imp. Bulrowulo
3id dam lleunlc Furrow
by imp. Shamrock
tth dam Ida by imp. Balahazzar
Gth dam Madam Bosloy (Gamma's -
Dam) by Mr Richard
6th dam Nancy Nlchol...by imp. Eagle
Tth dam Uet. Uosley
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
9th dam by Imp. Sterling
10th dam by riodlus
11th dam by Imp. Silvereye
l'ith dam by imp. Jolly Roger
13th dam by Imp. Partner
14th dam by Imp. Monkey
lDih dam Imp. mare from the stud of
Harrison, of Hrandon
t Best of earn taken with animals.
In cuse of accident no responsibility
will be assumed.
W. II. KICKAKD,
022 tf llonokaa, Hawaii.
Numerous Maps and Sketches.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE QO
029 3w -10 Merchant gt., Honolulu.
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Entire Stuck nt :i Sacrifice ! Not Special Iicuucliou, Tiut a Clcnu Sweep in
Afliii Km Facts to Those
We Will Sell Commencing This Day
22 yds of the. bent Calico, medium dark nolois, for $1, 10 yds of good quality Gine,hnni, for $1. Ladies' Diamond
Dye llluek Hoho, only 50 ctu per pair. Wn guarantee them absolutely fast black and stiiinli-ss, nizo from 8 to 10.
We have a few more Box Suits on hand, which we are Helling out at cost Great runs on CoimjIb, which we aie
selling at tAJ els eiicli, tney aie goon vniun lor ffl
Fine Silk 'lies, only 2 cts each. Just l
Uli-tert". Step in our store and price our
Commencing SATURDAY, August ilth,
attr.ua immediate attention. We need
here, and have resolved, that our present
on the Goods to suit YOU and not US.
and you will think so too.
21 doz of Ladies' Chemises, at 25o
Fine White Victoria Lawn, at 75c
White Linen, cold, bord, Napkins
Fringed, 3 for 25c.
200 Pieces of all Silk Neck Rib
bons, all good colors, 6 yaids for 25c.
Best quality of Mosquito Netting,
90 inencs wide and 10 yuids long, foi
if 2 25 per piece.
India Silks, immense assortment,
reduced two 05c. These are nil new
goods and no two patterns alike.
gflPNccessity knows no law, and our necessity cuts prices. Cost has no control over what necessity demands.
While wo during this sale sacrifice our profits, this sacrifice gives us a reputation for low piices absolutely necessary
on which to build the great business we are after in the near future.
gTOur Millinery Department, will be a great attraction next Monday; it will be a roro chance, The entire
stock of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, all nnuked in plain figures, already much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of 33 percent. That is a $3 Hat costs you $2, a $9 Hat costs you only $6, u $15.00 Hat only cost you $10.00
and so on.
gSF" Above mentioned prices wc guarantee for 30 days only, and all goods sold for cash.
g&TA 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 n the premises.
The Leading lilSsoery House of 0. 1 Fsshei,
G27 CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS. nm
Sole Proprietors of
Glipr Me, Hon ill, (Mate, RaspDerryafle, Sarsararilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
Pacific Mail Steamship Comp'y.
For San Francisco.
'jiic j'ine ww .
CJ JtJL JL r A.
Will call at this port curoute from China
and Japan, and will sail for thu
above porta on or about
tiTFor f i eight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
018 ntwiH A gents.
A. R. Rowat, Veterinary Surgeon,
Graduate McOIll College, Mout
Residence! Hotel street, opposlto
Olllce: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
bles. jgf aColephouo No. 38 -fl
N. B. First-class acommodatlons for
niitients at the Hawajhln Hotel Stables.
fl ' P15 lm
.A.tvto vjiey-Jit- Iav
Honolulu, II. I.
Olllce over BUhop's Dank. GIC tf
MRS. ERNESTINE (5RAY,
PIANO, ORGAN and SINGING.
F.agle Ifoimo. Niiuanu Avenue.
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iECSKG THIS DAY
Evory Dopnrtmo.ut !
Alnifly Kim ! The Great
tin for 1. Gouts' Fine White Shitts, linen bot-om and cull's, 90 els
leceivo.d a Hue line of 'bildien's Dieses, Mifses' Dresses, Clocks an
Ladies', Misses' A. Children's Trimmed and Untrimmcd Hats.
ewt cnins-il: .Oijli
our entiie ntoek of Seasonable Goods will be offered at prices that must
more room to piopcily display our European purchases now on the way
stock MUS f GO. Cost ban not been considered. Prices have been marked
Wc aie bound to keep tr.ulo lively.
OS dcz of Ladies' Silk Mitts, in
cream, white, black and cnidimil, at
25c pair; worth 75c and 1.00 else
where. Black Goods, no uee to quote prices,
variety too large. Have been selling
cheap, but present stock will go fur
a mere song. New Goods in this de
partment buffer also this week.
Ladies' Cold. Bord. Handkerchief,
5c each, nice patterns.
Liatueie unoieacncd uuitinggan
tlose, silk clocUcd, only zUo pair.
oil fir a LUiPl B SiliM
and orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
"ciffMr mm powder
Without a Rival in Price & Quality !
Oue-tlrird tho Prioo of the Royal !
Every Housokeopor Should Use It !
0" A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost nnd Quality tho Very Best. $
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
The following Fine Animals will
stand for service at tho rauch, Walalao:
Two Native Stallions
"PJLIAOAO" & "FRANK."
- Agcnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
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Retail Geiiter fer Btrpiu !
Visit our establishment, note the prices
Persian Mulls, new patterns, 6 ydu
Extra good quulity of White Bed
spreads, only $1.10 each.
Linen Table Covers, 56x55, assorted
'I urkeyred Table Cover, all linen
extra size, $1.35
Fine :i.-sortment of J allies' Silk
ilainlkviehief, new shades, 3 for$1.00,
former price 75c, but wc are over
stocked nnd go they must.
Ladies' Small Size but, extra good
quality, 3 for 50o.
& IRON WATER,
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exelnpivo Agents for tho Hawaiian Island?
All Horses Kept
l'on a alu:
Stallions of various breeds.
Wares with or without foal.
Horses for any purpopo,
A Skilful Breaker aud Trainer Is em
ployed on thu ranch.
J67 Satisfaction la guaranteed lo
bioakiug and tralujug Jioreos.
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
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