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By vlrluc of the authority in un
vested by tho Constitution nnl the
Statutes of this Kingdom ami deem
ing it essential to tho promotion of
justice, I do hereby order that the
Hogular Term of the Third Judicial
Cixcuit to be held ut Wuiohinu, Ku,
Hawaii, on the frrd Thursday of
September, 1S90, and by me post
poned until Monday, the 10th Sep
tember, be and the same is hereby
further postponed until MONDAY,
the 17th day of November, 1890, at 9
o'clock A. M.
N Witm'Fs my hand and
i ) tho seal of "the Supreme
L. S. Court at Honolulu, this
( ) 1st day of September,
A. k. junn,
Chief Justice Supremo Omul.
IlKNRV SMiril, Clerk.
Honolulu, J I. 1., Aug. 9, 1SW.
Holders of Water Prhilegos or
rhose paying Water Itate, arc hereby
notified that the bourn for using
water for irrigating prrrpoheaio from
C to 8 o'clock a. M., and '1 to (i o'clock
Cuas. 11. WII.SOX,
Snpt. llouo. Water Wnrk,
G. X. SrENcni:,
Minister of the Interior.
and henco to tho general public.
Our political parties and even Legis
lators have been etpoubing, of late
years, the theory of reform without
Millleiently following the principle
and practice thereof. Neither parties
nor party leaders eatr afford to fol
low the course further. A little pre
sent, practical reform in such small
matters, as has been repeatedly
nekod for by the taxpayers gener
ally and by the labor orgnmV.alioin
in particular, would quickly mite
public coritldence. In fact not man
steps need be taken in this direction
until a world of good would be ac
complished irr harmonizing and re-
tempering public opinion and corr
eilliatin;t present disputinp political
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
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STL Tjfal? U N ' V t ax ttaw
'I'O-MOKKOW, Sopi. I7(ti,
at tti ori.orn. . w ,
Al m Nileiomu. Qilcon street, I Will
-ell at I'll). Hi Auction,
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The Desks ni tlio Lngislalivo
Assembly o( 188H.
t'ltdictd to neither Sect nor Party,
but established for the benefit of alt.
TUESDAY, SEFf. H5, 1890.
It is strange, but true that those
who now cry "spoils" at their polit
ical neighbors have been, in recent
instances, most successful "spoils"
From the latest Yoking of senti
ment which reaches us it seems that
ou the Island of Hawaii private
opinions on new railways and rail
way subsidies are about as widely
separated in expression as are the
Districts of Ililo and Ilamakua in
Noble Burchardt made a keen re
joinder to those inclined to apolo
gize for Mr. Howell's method of
keeping public accounts, in declar
ing that if Howell's hooks were
right, his vouchers were wrong. It
rs needless to say neither alterna
tive was accepted, or replied to, by
the members opposing the adoption
of portions of the Finance Commit
The present political situation in
Hawaii is aptly illustrated by a por
tion of that famous conversation
which took place between Mr. 1'iek
wick and Sam Wcller, as they jour
neyed in a stage coach away from
the fog and murk of London. "A
delightful prospect, Sam," exclaim
ed the venerable but enthusiastic
Mr. Pickwick, extending his arm to
ward the usual English landscape
unfolding before them. The philo
sophical Samuel, however, showed
himself equal to the occasion and his
master's foible by refusing to either
become enthusiastic or unmindful of
late experiences, when he truthfully,
if somewhat bluntly replied, "Heats
ttre chimney-pots, sir."
REPORT OF THE FINANCE COM
MITTEE. The Keport ol the Finance Com
mittee came up. for consideration in
the House yesterday. Thus far we
have not commented on the Kepoil
tor various reasons. The Ucport K
a unique document in Hawaiian pol
itics, inasmuch a, it liases itself on
arr array of facts and details, which
are either printed in full or so re
ferred to as to be easily consulted.
It is not strange that such a docu
ment should prove an eyesore and
obstacle to those who have buihled
the financial tacts therein et forth,
which have received a greater or less
degree of censure.
From the tenor of the debate in
the House yesterday and to-day it
does not appear that the facts of the
Keport have been seriously contro
verted. Those who have objected
to the Report at all seem to have
rested their opposition upon the in
tcrpietation of certain facts and offi
cial acts, which they desiie to be
placed upon record :is viewed from
their standpoint, rather than from
that taken by the Finance Commit
tee, it is, in other words, tne con
clusions, naturally and logically fol
lowing the array of facts set forth,
which certain members of the House
have shown a disposition to avoid,
rather than the facts themselves.
The bulk of the discussion ou this
important document was held in
Committee of the Whole, where the
Finance Committee substantiated
their position on every point raised
until the Ueport was adopted this
morning by the House. Upon this
adoption we are of the opinion the
House acted too hastily, as a large
portion of the Report has now pased
without sufficient inquiry into the
merits thereof, as originally deter
mined upon in the plan of considering
it section by section. The result may
have been inevitable, but as the
Finance Committee had courted the
closest examination into their work
it would have been more judicious
to have "searched to the end" so
that all possible objections would
have been laid to rest before the
inavitable came. We shall refci to
this Report further.
JAR. T. M01H1A3,
uiW II Auctioneer.
Merwriter's Si !
On Tllll!JSIAY, Kopl. IS,
AT 10 OTMH'K A. 31..
a llie Slme of Clu. Ilu-tiier. King
-heel, I will -ell al I'uhlle Anellmi for
:ii'i'timi of whom ll rrm iniieein. a
Eraim AHctlon Sals ! .
On Saturday Evening, Sept, 21),
AT V O'CLOCK,
I will -t-ll :il I'iiIiUc Auction a choliclt.l
oHionit- -icrlirll,v -dci'totl foi
thi- iinuket, coiiltliiji ol
Fine Oil Paintings,
Stalirar v. Clniii e Olu-swaie,
Plinrj ."lower Vtt'es,
riowoi St, mils, J'laleil Ware,
Anil a large assortment of
CJ?J' I'lie liooils to be ouVicri arc jiM
to hand and comprise ihe latest patterns
.iiil tlctigus ( i tin Kiii;Iiiiii1 mid Ihe lc.ul
iiii; art eeirlei- of Km ope.
OF FVSBTW "VOTfclS"
: : : : : Over $13(5,000,000
KIU18AUU A. MvCimmV, I'roNiikVjit.
8&r For full pnrlieulnra apply to
J)ec-5il-8t) General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ro visions !
JiTOn evhihiliiin on Kiiil iv miiII S:it-nul.iv.
aBHM -B I
b spBsrarffta a itas
QnGLiBv i m ira l w w&
T k H
LliWIS ,). lAWHX,
r.fiS C, Auetlolici'i.
n.iut:i;ed hv ihe Ihein-'iid -loictin
l"ritlii.V. A u.2H, H'.m.
Tonm. Cash in L). S. Gold Coin.
,JAS. V. .MOKUAX,
CV.t l Auctioneer.
rpSf I'nlmiiislieil lJu.im-
9 H fl
i M I m
iv trli li.illnootn. on Ivltor
KiiSi3e'"l"",l- Apply ni Mils oiilee.
On KK1DAY, S'i( Illi,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
Al mi ale-rooms, Ijneen -licet, I will
ell a'l 1'ilhlic Auction, for account ol
whom H may concern, rhe tollowini,'
I).iin.ieil ti -all water, on oyirjiu of
importation per Ceiiinin hut. 'Iiul
l-enherit" lioni l.ivcipool:
H H iCo:
No-. J-J.'.O 7 Den Hal
' -22:r, li '
' ii!iU ."'.. "
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Com.
in Malum, couihInIiil;
acres itli 2(10 Inniina
nets and oilier fi n it hees. Applv ro
Al lv:hnl.oll:ini. WaiKikl.orW'i-liilijf-lon
I'liicc, lteit'liini.i -I. Hfs tin
, Till: Pnriillure of n Ihe.
j$Spa I mom e
nltiii i' ttulli"ro.
E'SiiS tor lioneel.ceniiijr. Uottane
ct'iihallv loealetl and to let at a lenson
ahle lental. liiiiiire t this olllee.
Solo PvopriotorB of BAILIE'S SARSAPA1ULLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Mi, Hop ill, BroMiiiii, llasiilisriTis, Sanumnrina, Mineral Mm, Elc.
tar All iionimiiiiiii'tUlotiM smmI onlws sliotiUl lv :uUlrissud to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
rtT- nan .tti i -frf" utMbMdMAuitttuiMktfMMfr4U4U ticniAaw'B'mriirxw rwnygiL&ah.5aemjiiiagyjcx-33a:-a.HK
'iwijjwrwtHM "'"f1" "f h
m 1" P
70I 'It niifiunt-lietl U00111-.
. with u?e of kitchen aud
i tliiiliiXiooin; leasonahle leiu.
Apply at "No. I.r Emma street.
0.10 ;;i Arretitmeer.
ANTED for a few
month- a Kimii-hcd
llrm-e in town or suburbs',
not lc-.s than eight inoui-. Ap)ly at
once at I hi- olllee. li.W 2tt
t'oi'N ivii:i r -..
Willi wit a Iflvnl in Price & Quality !
One'third 5 ho Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
$3r A B.iiier;..f :i'! l'ei Cent in Cost and Quality ihe Very Best. &
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAYBS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islandft.
Nohlo J. M. Homer and others
wero quite right in their opposition
on last Friday to the insertion in the
Appropriation JJill of an item of
6818 for reimbursing a private per
son for building a road, presumably
for private use, and without Govern
ment authority. If i9 conceded the
principle involved, not the amount
usked, was the basin of objection.
While in this iustancc a privato in
dividual has been jtr&tly debarred
from collecting through the Lcgia
latino his claim for unauthorized
work, the precedent should be car
lied further. It would ho well for
the"I.cgislaturc to so arrange road
work that public funds could not,
try either mischance or design, lie
diverted from their legal course and
equitable uses, and expended in
building or over-repairing tho public
roads, at certain points, in the intcr
iwIh of privato persons or corpora
tions. Complaints and allegations
have heretofore been made that such
jihiiBlvo practice) has been ut times
indulged in to the detriment, if not
exclusion, of tho beuellts accruing
to othur portions nf tlm sumo roads,
AN IMPORTANT DECISION.
The Legislature yesterday, with
out a word of debate, adopted the
following impoitant recommenda
tion of the Finance Committee, ro
"ardinjr the Thireau of Public lu-
"We beg to direct the attention
of the Legislature to the. serious
fact and business defect that in this
Department large sums of money
are collected and disbursed without
passing through the Treasury, an all
moneys do in all other branches and
departments of the Government.
We see absolutely no leason for this
exception, although it has had the
silent assent of previous administra
tions for half a century, and we
therefore condemn tho system and
recommend that the Legislature take
steps to proscribe this pernicious
practice. This department, as well
as all others, should be compelled
to nav its collections into the public
Treasury and make its disbursements
by draft against Us legal appropria
tion only. The amount of money
now expended by the Hoard of Edu
cation, as appears in the report ol
the Minister of Finance, which, with
a small exception, fajls to pass
through the Government Treasury,
A similar recommendation was
made in the biennial Itcpoit of the
late Minister of Finance. An article
in this paper lately showed that
there was an element of convenience
in the existing system, even if llie
theory of it is anomalous. To oh
viato the inconvenience ensuing to
the operations of School Agents, by
simply leaving the important chango
to work out itsell no lire baro legis
lative decice, llipie ought to bo a
bill enacted to deliuo and facililnlu
those operations. This would havo
to be done now under suspension of
the rules, but that is one of the
easiest things In our legislative practice,
On Kill DAY, Sept. !!11i,
AT 10 O'CLOIJIi A. .11..
At mv Salerooms, Queen -ueet, I will
jell :'u Public Auction, for account of
whom it may coin. era, ihe following
Damaged by suit water on voyage of
importation" per German lnuk ''I'.iul
rsenbuig" horn Lherpool :
Xos. 1 I" Bale lings, 'j:,0 pc- each
L'- -80 l '
,i ;t 12 u o
" li-Cfi o h .. .1
.. 7 !. .. ..
H, in triangle; P J:
Xos. ."iSi) 1 Oae (12) Saddles
.i (iHi rase II Pes Dre-sGnod-
VOR SAL 10
.; - KASF. of Lot, TIKI 17 feet.
J&Mh -' " Vnrrng street; basil
JlBJlfcSSiSI years to tun, together with
House ol" I looms. Kitchen, dining
room, tables, nuthouse", elc. For par
ticulars -ippH to Mitchell Maori, on the
picini-e-s, oppo-'ue llehbaid's, Young
street. IM lw
imLon cows !
J 1 1ST received fioni San
Franei-co I ver. Hire
Mileb Cows, two of which
si,'5.(J, nave jnsr cnrveii; win give
from l. to m niiarts ot mm- tiauy. Ap-
ivio Tiiicrxiox i"i:i:i)f'(.
Sir: V. .1. V. Haynks. Tlart., Chair man,
(Director of London .loini Stock
C. A. PltusuoiT, l'-(., Dep. Chairman,
tof Messrs Pic-colt, Cae, Iluvton,
Lode iV Co.)
ITlUUIKUl llUOOKS. Et.
(.Dneutor of the Haul, ol England).
.1. P. Cr nun-., Eq.
(.Director of the Haul, of Kuglaiid).
V. C. ( ITUTIS, 1(.
(D'ucetof nf rhe Loudon .tllaupeatie
B. 11 Gkl-kxi:, K(i.
(Director of the Hani, of Knglnud).
1V. Giu:i:nu. Hiq.
(of Messrs. Blvth, Greene. Jourdaiu
,V Co )
.1. t). Han-o:n, K-ip
(Diieeiorof the Xalinnal Provincial
Bank of F.irgland).
K 11. Wadi:. K-i.
(I)heelor of the Xnlioual Pnnimial
Hunk of I'hrglnird).
O. C. MAONiAf, Kt.
E. F. Xir:r,. Ko.
P. A. Wai.icui:, 1(,
Saai. .1. Pii'KiN. Seeielary of the C'om-
panj and Manager' of the l'iie Depmr-
his Space is Reserved
Terms Cish in U. S. Gold Coin.
J AS. V. HIORAN,
lifi'i :tl Auelliilieer.
NOTirK lo HOItSRMRM
for liaggagn wa
gon, Island stock pre
I en eil. ii.rii!2w
mmery s noose
WAIALAE BREEDII& RANCH
. .. . m
tL r"eaigrees ot aii norses K,epx
A'V A I'CI'IOV
On iTEHDAV, Sept. aJSrd,
AT H 41'4'I.Orii. A. 31..
Al llm DIeUon Jtesldenee, Heielanla
sneet, I will -ell at Puhlic Auction
Tho Entire Househ'lri Furniture,
1 'onipt 1-irrg
1 GhickeniiE Stiuare Piano,
Cenler t5 Sofii llngr,.
Chandelier, lliuiahig L.unps,
1 It. W. ICingeiit, LuigeUilt Minor,
i B. W, Caycd BOOKCASE,
L' It. V. P.ookca-e-,
Vtilh. of Anreilr.ui Kuechipi'dl'i,
UUloiliof I'nileil .stale-.
I.ot of Mlseellnneou- Itonk-,
Hair Gloia Solas k Clmiii
is, V. htidi'iioin He i,
It. W. Wanlrobe,
1 CARVED B, W. SIDEBOARD,
KxtenMon Dining Trihln,
It. V. Dining C'liah-i..
J Wlilte OliliOl niiiot'i' Sel,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
I WcMwoml Mono A l'lcii-11-.
Meat .Safe, Ice Chest,
Sets Single Harness,
(lie., Kte Lie., lite.
trProiniaeB will ho oi'eu for lu-iiec-tiou
ou .Monday, Kepi, itfu'l. fnnii '
a. m. loll i. .m.
llMi i;t Aiicllniii'or.
rrlie Celehratctl Bun-
tffei 1 niugSiallion",Slie-
JEfcftwWW-. imndoah" will Maud
-SJiSKJiW thi-. Reason al the
jf-iSi.--- Woodlawn Dairy;
ternih .".0. For fintlier partleiilar-H
ipply ut the Dali'V. fiSBSui
FltflM and after this date we will not
be responsible for any freight after
-:uiHi Iras been delivered nt any elation.
Parties lo whom freight la consigned
must he at the station to icuelve their
f i eight.
OAlIt' KAILYVAY ALAND CO.,
V. it. Aslilev. Kuporlnlfinlcnt.
Ilonolulii, Sejn OhPo Cllf
I'iiiiii niiil after IhK ilnle we
wil not be icsponslble. for mi)
Height alter nauie has been
landed. Parlies to whom
trelgbl Is consigned must be ji
llie liiiulhitr lo icceive their
vildi:ips S. S. CO.
Iliillollilll. Sepl. .1, IVrtl. li'.() II
Union Ice Company
A 'I' an adjourned annual meeting of
the Mneklioldcr.s of the Union lee
Oomiiaiiy held Fililiiy, Beju. 5, 18!'0, the
following onU'oi'js weio eleeieil rot tho
President Dr. .1. S. Mefluuv,
VIce-Pieslileiii ,S. .M Dannni,
Manager !. C Ablcn,
tgjVlfaving been apjioiuled Anr.M
of the above Company, we are now
ready to effect ln-iii'nnet"al lowest rales
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
lloindrrhr, Aug. 1, IS'iO. ill? 8t
Straw Hat Sale
FOE 2 WEEKS !
jook in fori StreetWindow
The following Fine Animals will
stand for service at Ihe ranch, Wainlae:
Noi man Stallion
Two Native Stallions
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
Stallions (jf various breeds.
Marea with or without foal.
Horses for any purpose.
A Skilful Breaker and Trainer is em
ployed on the ranch.
W3f Satisfaction is guaranteed In
breaking and tra'i 'n.g Iihi-mm.
PAUL R. SSIStiVlBEC.
VIST ERIN AlfcY !
A. R. Rowat, Veterinary Surgeon,
Residences llolel atieet, opposite.
Oltlie: Al ihe Hawaiian Hotel Sua
ble,. E- rX1clw)i' No. 'tti -i4
f. II. Fliai-clnnhac'oniintiil.itions for
pnllents at the Hawaiian llolel kt.tblci.
lil.'t 1 in
pi' nruitiuK liniH.
rott wai.i: at --
15 N im an ii SI., Honolulu, II. 1.
Holt) AgepU In tlio ll.lwaliiiii TnlauJe for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fino Bourbon Wliitltius,
Lacliman & Jacobi's
Celebrated California Wines.
Abo, filways Id stock, a fall Hoe cl tits cfcolceet
riioronililired -:- Knif
We hue fni
li.'ll I in
A. L. SMITH'S,
Auditor 11. M. Whitney, Jr.
Irrm-.oioiii Or. .I.S. Mei.rnw.H. M.
Diiiimu, I.. O. Able, .1. II. I'ibbcr, II.
M. Wlillncy, .li'., 1'. M. Hutch.. I. H.
lloiiolnlu, Sept. S, IhM
LOREIN A. THURSTON, .
.A. t,oi'iiey -a. t- IL-a, w
llOMII.I'l.l', il. 1.
Plllce.ru er HMiopN Hani.. Otfi If
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY,
- ii.Aciii'.rt or -
PIANO, ORGAN and SIKGING,
Dngle lliiuve, Nruuiiuii Avenue.
Will stand for a short time nt
Greenfield Stables, Kaplolani Park.
Duku Si'KNOMt Is a dark bay, 4 years
old; stands lfi tiauila high; kind and
Sarsaparilla k Irou Water,
Manufacturer! by SelunliU & Co.,
Stoekton, C'ulir. It Is tho moat
wholesome aud delicious tonic, nrrd
heveiage of tint ago.
jsy Orders fioni the other Islands
piomptly utterrdud to and goods earo
fully rmel;ed for shlpirreul. (iila Urn
IttSLIOl .V Co.'s .Saving Hank
Hook. The llnder will please
leturn to MoLean lhos,, Niiimnii street,
aud leni'lyu lewjiiih dtO It
AI'lHbOX to ant a liousel.enper
and ooinp'iuioii for an ehlcilv
lndv. AililrdiN. "W. I," 1'nkt Olllee.
P B1HG Jl AC IC :
1) Duke of Norfoll.
1st dam l.ou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ballerina. ..by Imp. Halrownio
:!rd dam Heualo Farrow
by Imp. SbiuuroeU
4th dam Ida by Imp. Hulslnuzar
Sth dam lludain l!oslo' (Oamma's
Dam) by Mrlilclmnl
0th dam NaneyNIeliol...hy imp. Kagle
7th dam Met. Uoslcy
by Wilkes' Wonder
Sth dam , . . .by Chanticleer
Uth dam by Imp. Sterling
10th dam by Clodlus
11th dam by imp. Sllveieye
12th dam by imp. Jolly Jtouer
IHth dam i. .by Imp. Partner
1 1 tit dam... by Imp, Monkey
lfith dam hup. mare from the stud of
Hiinlhoir, of lliaiiilon
X3J Host of earn taken wllli iinluuiN,
In i!.iF of aeeident no resporihlblUty
will hu inhumed.
W. U. ltlOKAKD,