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title: 'The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, October 11, 1890, Image 2',
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llyvitlueof thu authoiily in me
vested by the Constitution ami the
Statutes ot this Kingdom ami deem
ing it essential to the piomotion of
justice, I do hereby ruder tlmt the
Itegular Term of the Thiiii Judicial
Circuit to be held at Waiohiuu, Kau,
Hawaii, on the -Hist Thursday of
September, 1800, and by me post
poned until .Monday, the loth Sep
tember, be and the muuo is hereby
further postponed until MONDAY,
the 17th day of November, 1 811(1, at 0
o'clock .v. M.
. Witnon my hand and
i ) the seal of the Supreme
L. S. Court at Honolulu, this
( ) 1st dav of September,
A. l- JUD1),
Chief Jtihtiec Supteme Court.
A I test:
IliiNHV Smith, Clerk.
(! 17 221
John W. lvalua lm thi day been
appointed an Agent to take Acknowl
edgement to LrtborContracte for the
intiict of Wniluku, Inland of Maui.
C. X. Sl'HXUEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interim Ollie.o. Oe.t. (5, 18i)(t.
llo.sot.ru', II. I., Aug. !), 181)0.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Hates, nichoicby
notified that the bonis for using
water for irrigating pin posesaie ftoni
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 1 to 0 o'clock
Ciiak. 11. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Sl'KNOKK,
Minister of the lnteiior.
,1 1f V W 4.'. sx. l un) -.rt ( , ... , .... ' ; . t -;
tllht Uj(j sciibol sustains & ncl ex
pens'J fol' each pupil trained hi the
Preparatory School per year of 8112
over unci above what is received for
each pupil." The news items tell
that there are only three vacant beds
in the dormitories, amlthat it is pio
bable thai in the, two schools theic
will be nearly two hundred boarders
FOR SALE 1
r ii m
niTu KiilT.' tin
Plrtlirrd to neither Sect nor Party,
lint established for the benefit of all.
SATI'IJDAY, OUT. 11, 1890.
Government employees who have
been strictly honorable in business
relations will not feel hurt at being
placed on the same level of respon
sibility for their obligations with
other people. Restraining laws are
only made for transgressors.
E. Kahulanui has this day been
appointed l'ound Master for Ivailua,
District of Noith Koua, Island of Ha
waii, in place of T; N. Siuieona, de
ceased. C. X. SPKNOEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofliee, Oct. 8, 180(1.
James (iay, Esq., has Ibis day been
appointed Chairman for the Road
Board of the District of Waialua,
Island of Oahu. vice K. Halstcad ic-.-igned.
('. N. SPENCEIt,
Minister of the Interior,
lnteiior Ofliee, Oct. 9, 181)0.
G. P. Kamauolia, Esi., of North
Kohala, and Z. Lakina, Esq., of Ha
nalei, have this day been appointed
Agents to Grant Marriage Licenses
for North Kohala, Hawaii, and If ana
lei, Kauai, lespectively.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 1, 181)0.
Building Lots For Sale on South Slope
of Punchbowl Hill.
We have on hand several commu
nications on the Chinese question
which lack of space compels us to
hold over until next week. One of
these communications is not accom
panied by a responsible name. We
wish to again state no such commu
nications will be published in the
Hli.i.ki in, no matter how meritori
ous they may be. In this case, how
ever, offensive personalities are used,
and we thcrelore absolutely decline
to publish it.
Due of the bills before the House
is the same stale old chestnut, that
has been thrown out so often that
the shell must be worn thin, pro
viding that, ,lall books of accounts
in all departments shall be kept in
both the Hawaiian and English
languages." The bill would near
by double the cost of the civil ser
vice, and be of not the slightest
benefit to the country. Mr. Haker
should come in out of the fog. When
his brightness is compared with the
opacity of some of his measures, it
reminds one of the address of the
Western magistrate to a culprit:
"You have been blessed with a
line education, instead of which
you go round the country stealing
THE BOWLER CLAIMS.
Kditoh Huuxtix :
The essence of the Howler claims
is that when a Minister of the Ciown
does anything purporting to be in
his olllcial capacity, the act is en
titled to be taken in good faith by
all concerned. The Minister Is re
sponsible, and it is simply unheard
of, in any mutter of services re
tpiired, tiiat the person seeking the
employment or contract should have
to hire a lawyer to tell him whether
"the Minister has the authority to do
thus and so. It is another principle,
than which none is more strictly ob
served elsewhere, that, so far as
outsiders are concerned, the Gov
ernment is continuous, and, if its
personnel should change, Ministers
arebound to carry out the contract i
of their predecessors.
Mr. Howler was not bound by any
law or any practice to wade through
the Appropriation Hill or any other
of the laws to ascertain whether Mr.
Aholn wax acting legally in his cap
acity of Minister of the Interior or
Piesidont of the Hoard of Immigra
tion. When Mr. Thurston paid a
part of the bills incurred by Mr.
Aholo in the llrst case, he morally
bound himself to pay the whole of
them. And when Mr. Thurston en
tered into a new contract in the
other matter, while Mr. Howler was
in readiness to carry out the con
tract with Mr. Thurston's predeces
sor, he committed a wrong, lie
cannot get awav from the imputa
tion of that commission by saying
that the original contractor's terms
were unreasonable, for he could have
given Mr. Howler a chance to amend
his terms and might have explained
to him, if such was the case, that
he was under a misapprehension as
to the duties and the powers of the
Hoard of Immigration.
Part of the Palace wall repairs
done outside of the Appropriation
Hill were paid by the Reform Gov
ernment. The South Sea laborers
were returned under the direction of
the Heforni Government. A portion
of the illegal Likclike funeral
claims were paid by the
Ueform Government. In each
case the line was drawn be
tween bills that were for payment
and bills that were to be staved off
or repudiated, according to the poli
tics of the claimants and not ac
cording to the equities between man
and man. Justice
On account of dcpaitnre Dr. A., lb
Caller will sell at a teasoiiahlc rale;
i STUDEBAKER BUCKBOARD,
1 Top Hruke, in excellent condition;
1 M-i Single Hainesx,
I Driving Mare, i Saddle Mare,
ISSUED HY TIIK
of ro2W york
Cash Assets, : : : : : OverPl3M0Q,000
KICIIAIOI A. Mrt'lltIY, IV Hidoiit.
liiZr For full imrticulars atmlv to
W. JL. jSOftiJtd,
BeoSM-Hi) General Aucnt for theilavvalia" Inlands.
1 make a specialty of lepabiug line
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And uiianuilce tlM-eh" woil
moderate pi lee.
Hotel t., muler the "Arlington."
Tlie Crystal iSili Works
Has removed to the Kire-proof
Wl Kiiisr SJtroof.
TITEO. H. DAVIES & OX
KUHHKU COATS & OlAslI,Ts.
I.IXOI.KHM. CAlll'KT & 1JI1GS,
TRUNKS & VAMSKS,
HATS & CAPS,
HOOTS iV. SIIOKS,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TAKS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYL1NDKR OIL,
UOl'KS, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATKS,
SADDLEUY & HAKNBe
LAAVN TKNNIS & CUOt11'1 sl'-'.
LKATIIKR HKLTING. 1
KLAGS, FLOWUI." I'OTSR
SI LVKRWARK, STATIONEfi) '
, ETC., ETC., ETC. "N
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED HKIClv, ETC.
ALL ace its due to ilia Daily l'.ri.
l.r.TlX up to Ibe Illltli Scptpinlicr,
18110, aic payable to tins umleilgiieil.
who will alo pay all claims against die
aiiie up to thai date. In order to clo'.e
ai'count, an earlv seitlement U ic
qucsted. Mr. Ulnw. T. Gnllck, No. :1S
Merchant street. It antlioriyed to coi
led all aecnanl-i for advertising.
Honolulu, Oct. !t, 18D0. i:S0 :st
KeroHuiiu Oil-" AT.OI1A." "sSSSSS ClialV Cult;r.s & rnim Knives.
DUY GOODS! fuenc(!ik1ICAX
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware
.I-AIPA-TS'TSWIU COO !!.
FERTILIZERS:-Hileiuloif,sl)l-.olved l'eiuvlan (Juano, Oldemlorf's Special Cane .Miiiuue.
LONDON PURPLE: Klfeelu.il destroyer of Potato. Cotton & Canker Worm". Kie.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Hotntys all Noxbms Weeds A Serulw.
BAGS: S"ar, Kiee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS. NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS:- Lnibrachig Hie late-st improvement hi maieiial and tfxtmv.
(Jiilvititicd Wat or Iii, CorrutrattMl lion, Foiic.p Wire, ripe Fitlings, lit-.., Kiv..
Shortly expected n
line line ot
to llii.s trade
JKA1ULA having made an nsifjfn-
meut to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors, all persons hav
ing claims against said J. Kabila are
requested to present them within two
mouths at the ofliee of Hymau Brothers,
and all who are indebted to J. Kaiula
miM make immediate payment to the
USD L'w I. RUBINSTEIN.
GOOD Pasture for Nores at Koolau.
Apply to Mrs. Chas. II ii mil, at
the Kinjr's Slalilcs. or to
(177 lw DAVID IAYTOX.
Twenty-live additional Lot.i have
been laid out, on the South Slope of
l'unchbowl Hill along Alapai and
above Kinau stieets, varying in size
fioni 90x100 ft. to 110x200 ft. and
are now icady for Kile.
Application for the purchase of
these Lots at an upset price which
can be asceitained at the Land Ollico,
varying from !)U7f to .1500 each Lot,
according to size and location, will
be received at (lie Interior Ofliee.
Upon the receipt of applications
the Lots applied for will be sold at
public auction after due adveitisc
nient being put up at the upset
Applicants must stale that they
desire to purchase with intention of
impioving the piemises.
The terms anil condition of sale
will lie cash, or at the option of the
purchaser, one-fourth cash, and the
remainder in equal installments pay
able in one, two, and three years,
with interest payable semi annually
at the late of m von per cent per
The purchaser must within one
year from thodalcof purchase en
close, the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and J.iy
on water fioni thoOovcrnmpnt pipes.
Royal 1'atents will be issued for
the laud upon ilnal payment of the
A map of tlio Lois can he seen and
full particulars learned at tint Land
Sneets have been laid out and
giaded, and water mains have been
laid adjoining all of the nbovo Lots.
C. N. Sl'KNOHK,
Minister of the Interior.
lnteiior Ollico, Oct. 8, lR'.M).
LofiBO of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, Nouunber IS,
Ih'.NI, ni 1J n'rluek noon, ill the fiiml
iinlniiico of Alliulaiii (lulu will be
kfilil ill public nui'liiiii lliu luiise of
ji!) (IllVIUIIIIM'lll lilllll ill IvillliL'luiil,
tillll. I'Oiilnliiliijr mi ini'ii u( 'Jo.iMHi
JJBJ jun' riiJcw iiut ttiiunuii
l$iMi' unu ttituiuill
The Legislature has ailirmcd the
principle that the Board of Health
should have a lay President. The
native members generally helped to
adopt this declaration. Yet Noble
l'ua has a bill before the House to
provide for a Hawaiian Hoard ol
Health, all members of which "shall
be persons skilled in the practice of
native medicine." This Board is to
be a sort of Medical College, as its
chief duty is to grant certificates lo
native doctors, authorizing them to
practise native medicine. The ques
tion arises, who is to certify the na
tive physicians forming the Board?
The bill says ihey shall be appoint
ed by the King. This constitutes
His Majesty a University, which is
probably unconstitutional. The sov
ereign is the fountain of honor, but
that does not make him the reser
voir of health.
OFFER FOR SALE
The Cargo of the British Bark " Birker,"
Juet Received in 125 Days from London.
511 CI Foriim !
TUP. KOLI.OWIIi COT
Mond.iy, Oct. 6th:
Oi.cn 1 Member Xo. 30.
Ol.un 2 .Member No. G3.
Ci.un 3 Member No. 51.
Ci.rit I Member No. 20.
Telephones, No. Ill),
tUgW 1. o. Box :i72.
HusfaGe, King Street.
Join a Club Now and Pay
$1.00 Per Week.
The time will pass by and you will he
gold watch ahead, and have just
as much money ahead.
Handicraft is printed at the press
of the Kamchatncha School. It
serves a double purpose. The me
chanical execution givt-s practical
training for the class in printing at
the school. The paper itself adver
tises the school, gives readable arti
cles on the advantages of manual
education, furnishes lessons on the
theory of mechanics, and affords
a medium for the news and the
humorous outcropping of the insti
tution. For instance, as to mechan
ical theory, there is an article in the
September number, on, "Kxercises
with the Uip-saw and Panel-saw,"
the ideas in which would be a ru
vclalion to thousands of grown-up
tyros who inllict misery on them
selves and their families every time
they essay to cut up a board for re
pairing a hen coop or a fence,
One of the leaders in Ibis number
livcs nti Idea of what the school
docs mill ul what expense liefer
rinjj to the Manual grade HiiikIIotuIL
feays 'Mi eohtH about 8170 pur yi'iir
lo utliifulu a liny in Kiiinolmmulm
HhImioIi of which Mini Dm hoy only
pays ti lltili' luu ilmn QiHfniirlli,
mill lliu Hulmul ii imiu nuii'u tliiMi
WlJWfuiirlh." OnliiH 1 oslni
uurn ol ilm IIIIIp ui)'i, Mlm
DJUlIgW ul llu l'rtfuuuljji' buliuul
m umilDJ' Ujujj ui Uit' ajauuui,"
mil) "li it lUwjjaUlit iw jmit
iiD m iwiiuiu iw uiuU'jujiiI
Galvanized Corrugated Iron,
In li, 7, 8 & 9 Feet Lengths;
BA1IUKLS 11KST ENGLISH PORTLAND CKMKNT,
GALYAN1ZK1) BUCKETS & TUBS, all sizes;
CASES SAFETY MATCHES,
taSr.lnhi now and j;ei a Solid llkt
Cold Watch lnrSl a weeU.
H. 11 WicllMl, Well GUt
i;;s l in
HaviiiK lensed the stores in the brick building known as thf
"Lincoln Block," neatly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that, portion of my stock damaged by the late liie, and being
in leceiptof New Goods per last steamer, and more on the wav, 1
am prepared to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public." for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention lo all orders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall bo pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
"CLIMAX" BMINB POWDER
Without si TCivnl in. Price & Ounlitv !
One-third the Prico of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
gflf A Saving of .'t.'l Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Vory Best.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
r'r'1 ''in Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
ASSORTMENT OF BOATING HATS,
BALES OF STIUPEP LINEN' RICE BAGS,
EARTHENWARE & GLASSWARE,
SptHtiul Httiuitil'ul Assortment ol
AXMINSTER and PERSIAN RUGS !
Miin'iHccnt Assortment of
SATIN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
ASH & WALNUT HMHtOOM SUITES,
OLIVE it COLO SILK BH()C,TEI(LE I'AULOU SKI'S,
OLD GOLD PLUSH SETS,
Inlaid Eiiroitail Satin Chairs, Inlaid Ties
UOSEWOOI) CAW) TABLES.
UPIIOLSTKHKI) FOLDING t'UAIHS,
OAK DINING IIOOM SUITES, Upholstered in Luutlicri
lliimlHimio AHHorlmouL of
Saturday, Oct. lltli.
Having iciiioved our SODA "WORKS to morn commodious qnarrerp a
j (Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Plain, swiit, Linn, smwlnrrr or Cream Soia,
Saraaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
' Apple Cider.
Using exclusively the HYATT PURR WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO
FOKT STREET. ::::::
n lleveleil ,V Flat IIIiim, Hill;,
mill lliiml-piilnlid l',iuiiiiy1
WAM. HHArunTH, In Vmlt-ly,
HImNCK iV 11111,11 IIVI'riY. )WiAhlON,Mi X CIIIINIIII TAIIMiK,
liiM'K1 AHHiirlimuii ol
WI.N.MB. mmm & uquoj:w,
IijM'm B'iH'n Wth
Mr, W. S.MALTBY,
The ITndlHputed Cliaiiiplim Sclent itlc
Artistic Uycllnt ol the World,
lias been engaged til great expense- lo
give one of Ids wmnleifiil peiformaiices
prior to his diipiirliiic for the United
.New fi'iilllrcK mid Irlel.x In fiinevild.
In will Imliilindiiceil thill have 'never
befoinbeeu witnessed lii'ic.
IW Tim full lliiwiilliiii lliiiul n-llllm
Exourtlon Train leavoi Honolulu ul
3130 P, M
Tllilii'l fur III" KlIIUll Dill liiuliijluij
if nn caiaiN'i'N, wigf
, 'IJUlUWW liJ itkWVl JiAWJJ
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
Pedigrees of All Horses Kept
The following Kino AiiIiiuiIh will
.-IuimI fur hurvlcu ut III" raiieh, Waialae:
Twn NnllVtt KlilllluiiK
Hlallloiihof viiiiuiiM bieedii.
Muivm Willi or wlllintit fuat.
lloi'Hi'A for any puipoKu,
A HMIhil llivnl.i'r mnl Tntliicr U fiiif
llO'l'llll lllll H!,
W riullkfimiloii lit iiiihhmiIi'imI Ik
ili'H,ii) mid lniliilii iuni,
paul n, munnuno,