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DAILY BULLETIN : HOWOJL.U.LU, H. I., OCTOBER a2, lb'JU.
Notlco to Builders.
Parties erecting or moving build
ings throughout tho Kingdom are
hrrcby notified that the penalties
imposed by "An Act to Regulate the
Construction of Buildings in tho City
of Honolulu and elbowhero within
the Kingdom," upproved August 28,
1886, will bo strictly enforced upon
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. Oct. 18, 1890.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. J, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Kates, aiehcicby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
G to 8 o'clock A. m., and & to G o'clock
Chas. 13. WILSON,
Snpt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Sl'ENCElt,
Minister of the Interior.
C 11 l!'.
Plcdsrtd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of alt.
The Paradise of the Pacific for
October is out. With the present
number tho paper appears under the
editorial management of Mr. Frank
Godfrey, a well known journalist of
Honolulu. The announcement is
also made that Messrs. J. J. Wil
liams and Frank Godfrey are the
proprietors. The journal gives
evidence of much improvement un
der the new management, both as to
variety and arrangement of matter.
The editorial matter is judiciously
written and will serve to extend the
scope and influence of the journal
abroad as well a1- at home.
Hon. A. Marques spoke like one
who knew all about it the other day,
when he told the House that pretty
much the whole civilized world took
their censuses tbis year. Therefore,
Hawaii, by adopting the reasonable
proposition of the Minister of Fin
ance that, on account of shortness
of time, the census should be post
poned till next year, would appear
foolish. Mr. Marques was, however,
only showing ignorance in making
the statement in question as a
ground of opposing postponement,
as he showed childishness a thin
House confirming his juvenile petish
ness in moving in effect that the
Hawaiian census be abandoned alto
gether. The fact is that all great
nations do not take their censuses
in the years ending decades. Great
Britain and at least some of her
large dependencies take their cen
suses in the years beginning the de
cades. As those countries repre
sent a respectable number of mil
lions of the world's population, Ha
waii would have pretty tolerable
company in taking her census next
Mr. D. Howard Hitchcock, the
talented young Hawaiian artist, left
Honolulu by the Zealaudia to begin
his studies and travels abroad. Mr.
Hitchcock had not, when ho left,
fully matured his plans and hence
they are subject to change. It is a
pleasure to make this notice of a
home artist of Mr. Hitchcock's abil
ity, and we have no hesitancy in
placing him before the public as
more than an amatour, from whom
his many friends and admirers in
Hawaii may expect to hear further
in actual and meritorious work.
Mr. Hitchcock goes from here di
rect to New York, where lie will re
main a fow weeks getting bin bear
ings before crossing the pond for
Europe. Ho will prolmbly tuko u
French stctimer direct from New
York tu Jluvro, lie will go tliui.uo
to J'urls ttlieru do will likely iciuiiiii
two years studying under at letut
two inu9(i, At llio ulouu of Ids
J'url tuition (ho young triht will
Iruvul uhiI study tlii(iiiiuiit tlio
Pf!uylii4 pllil of !(nroiy, In
tduiJIjjg Uiflwo QuruuiVi Italy wil
isw laaa UaubJI im w five yus
Being a countryman and loyal
subject of a foreign government,
having its representative to the
court of this kingdom, 1 wns quite
struck with a remark made use '
of in my bearing to the effect that
a certain foreign dignitary was ab
sent during the hearing of a recent
ease before the Supreme Court,
wherein the defendant (a country
man of mine) was cited to appear in
court and show cause, etc.
How far it is a rule, or custom,
among the foreign dignitaries to at
tend in Court, I don't pretend to
know, still it is not unusual to notice
their presnee in Court, as one often
reads in the newspapers; in fact I
have seen more than ono instance of
a foreign representative present in
court watching the proceedings
against a subject of bis government,
whose liberty was at stake.
Of the recent case referred to, it
would be idle to say that the absent
dignitary had no knowledge of tho
pendency of tho matter, especially
as tho case was pretty well known
among the members of a certain so
ciety; and besides enough publicity
concerning it hud been made by a
member of said society in one of the
newspapers whoso local columns are
edited by a fellow.
In an editorial of the Advertiser
of Oct. 21st is tho following: "Un
less the cost of field labor comes
down very matciially indeed, our
great industries will be so crippled
that the mechanic will come in for
his share of the loss and puffer
severely," etc. The above te only
one more sample of the many toots
blown from the horn of the Adver
tiser dining the last year or more, in
order to frighten the workingmen
into passiveuess and submission, so
that the planter can again open the
flood gates of Chinese invasion.
The whole course of the planter
proves conclusively that he is no
friend of the white or native me
chanic : be wants no such trash as
long as he can get a Chinaman to
fill the bill ; be it as carpenter, sugar
boiler, mason or engineer. And
mind you, if John Chinaman could
handle the plowing on plantations,
as well as the native, the native
could go to Jericho albo or else come
down to starvation wages.
Another thing, the planter wants
no one on his plantation who has the
independence and manhood to assert
and stand up for bis rights when
trampled upon ; therefore his yearn
ing and pleading for servile coolie
labor. Taken altogether the planter
in his past ami present mood wishes
to overrun the Islands with hotdes
of Chinese cheap laborers to enrich
himself. He is to be looked upon
not as the great benefactor he i.ould
fondly have the people believe, but
rather a3 the greatest embodiment
of selfishness, that ever appeared
within the realms of Hawaii nei.
FANATICISM AND INTOLERANCE.
In the "Forum" for Sept. of the
present year appear an article en
titled "The Christianity of the Fu
ture" which might supply the num
eious fanatics and intolerant extrem
ists of temperance preaching with
healthy food for thought. In com
munity on the "backward develop
ment" of Christianity during the
first decades after the coming of
Christ and later, the author of the
article, Prof. John J. Blackie, shows
the extremes, from uncurbed license
to austere asceticism, into which the
early Christians went, and regarding
the latter goes on to say: "The
opposite extreme the denial of the
rights of the flesh altogether, was
more obvious and we have asceticism
in various forms. In the
New Testament the flesh is used as
a comprehensive term to designate
sin generally, but to conclude from
this that the flesh has no rights, is
as absurd as it would be in a work
ingraan to deny the right of his tools
to be kept in good woiking order,
or in a rider to deny the right of his
horse to be well fed and well caied
for. The flesh or the body or the
material outside of a man has as
much right to its own sound condi
tion and healthy enjoyment as a
good house has to a sound founda
tion, or a good picture to a sound
canvas. But of course every hasty
fool does not see this, so the newly
converted sinner, in his hurry to be
comu u saint, thinks he can eradi
cate all vice at u stioke by retteat
ing fiom every field where a tempta
tion is possible, and by abstaining
from uvery enjoyment that may
shoot up into n vice, Hence ascet
icism and monkery, which look very
pretty in the lives of a certain cluss
of saints, but which in fact nie only
a cheap method of gutting freedom
from certain vices at a bound, and
of acquiring tho reputation of u
hero by refusing to light a battle.
For, nay what we will, abstinence is
the despair of virtue. I iibsluin be
cause 1 nni too weak to bo tempe
rate ; 1 run out bocitiisit I duiu not
fuuu the adversary; I coiiiiiioiiuu
my virtuous earner by u iilin cup.
fusion of (lie most iiiinmnly of nil
vinos, iiumely, uowiwdlun,"
No doubt it In wlnti In 60HKI )ii
0ll III hoiihi uugiitf to plity tliu i!(m
nr.l i mill ()lf.iiurll1uy mid IMuiiliil
in mm usuuiuiuiiui iiyiu, Him Dm
ui it iiiuiji inuy no no
U) U Will) fur uliflin u
mm iiuujip wwuul m iMimh
apostles wcro taught that the absti
nence prescribed for tho moral dis
eases of tho few was to bo laid down
as a rule of health for tho many.
On tho contrary, oven drinking at
marriage feasts and elsewhere to
ccives n symphathctic recognition
from the same God-man by whom
the sour faces, the foimal fnstings
and tho severe sabbathic practicu of
the pharisaic respectables was con
demned ; and meats and drinks, ac
cording to the great apostle, were to
l)u wisely used and moderately en
joyed, just as wo enioy the univer
sal brightness of the sun and tho
universal fragrance of the Mower.
Not only temperance-cranks, but
advocates of the Sunday-law in nil
its absurd Puritanical rigor ; which
denies all innocent and healthful re
creation and amusement to the hard
working members of society ; bus
iness men, mechanics niui laborers,
would profit by studying tho lesson
of this article, which includes all
kinds of abstinence self-denial and
DINNER TO ADMIRAL DROWN.
II!s Excellency John A. Cum
mins, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
entcitaincd Admiral Brown of the
U. S. S. F. S. Charleston and other
guests at his residence last evening.
The invited guests were: His E.
Godfrey Brown, Minister of Finance,
His Ex. C. N. Spencer, Minister of
Interior, His Ex. A 1. Peterson,
AUornuj'-Gencral, His Ex. John L.
Stevens, Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary of the
United States, Major J. II. Wodc
house, II. B. M.'s Commissioner,
Mons. G. B. d'Anglade, French
Commissioner. Mr. Taizo Masaki, Jap
anese Consul and Diplomatic Agent,
Capt. Geo. C. Remey, U. S. F. S.
Charleston, Capt. Joshua Bishop. U.
S. S. Iroquois. Capt. G. N. A. Pol
lard, II. B. M. S. Acorn, Capt. Y.
Shibayama, II. I. J. M.'s Tsukuba,
Col. thu Hon. G. W. Macfarlane,
II. M. s Chamberlain, Mr. C. Bolte,
and Major W. T. Seward.
The King's health was drunk,
with response by Col. G. W. Mac
fuilane. II. M.'s Chamberlain.
CHAPLAIN THOMPSON V'TRE'T."
Yesterday morning the Chaplain
of the Flagship Charleston gave the
apprentice boys a "treat" by tak
ing them on an excursion to the
pall. They left the ship at 10:30
a.m. and were tiansported to the
pali in foui wagons. After looking
at the beautiful iev, and making a
partial descent of the precipice, the
boys were treated to an admiiable
lunch with plenty of candy, and
iced ginger beer, after which they
indulged in games including base
ball. After two hours of enjoyment the
party leturned to the Flagship, and,
before shoving off from the wharf,
three rousing cheers wi-ru given by
tlie hoys for the Chaplain of the
CAMARINOS' Refrigerator will ar
live per S. . Austr.ilu lo-monow
with the following fruits, etc., in plen
tiful supply: Q i apes. Pearlies, Plums,
Ilaitlet Pours. Sugar Pear. Apples,
Plpiius, (,'al. Changes, Fiosh Frozen
Oystcis, iu tins iincl blicll; Celery, Cati
lillowers. Also, full lilies of new sea
son Potatoes and Onions. Cu lfoiuiii
Fruit Maiket. CS5 lit
rnu annual meeting of
i holders of the Pacific
will be held on THURSDAY, tlm 2did
lust., nt 10 o'clock a. m., at thu office of
F. A. Sehaefer & Co.
087 4t Secretary.
A G1KL to assist
In general hous-e-of
l woik; family
and infant; German preferred. Apply
at this oillce. C8U 3l
ATlIOItOUGlI reliable Ameilcan
Lady wishes a position as house
keeper or as invalid nurse, would not
mind going to some of the other Isl
ands. Address '-M," this oulcc.
jA ....(. i.n.i . ....r......7. i.
IIUIIIOUUM ii iiiuui lllMl-
i ed, centrally located. Apply
HAWAIIAN NJSWS UU.
J UN I1EE lias sold tho Cosmopolitan
Jiestaiiiant, liclhel street, to the
Young Company. All bills owing by
.lun lieu will he paid by himself, Thu
Young Company will continue the busi
ness at the same stand.
GMO Iw YOUNG COMPANY.
AQIWHTKHLY DIVIUKXI) Is due
mid payable to thu htncklioldcr of
thu Inter-Inland rheum Navigation Co,
at ibolr ollliMi hi M':i)NIl3AY, Oct.
''d, Ib'.iO Jah L, MchKAN,
Honolulu, Oct, tfl. IMI0, iHllill
ISMCOI'ION ol' OIWIOIJIIK,
ATiIuuuiiiiiiiI nu'i'llng of Kit inek.
IliililniDiif III" Wiifilliilii On ini
l)itnbii'Vlllli, lliu hillimlug gunllniiii'ii
wuiuiliili ulupluil Id whuih iillli'i'i fur
IIIIMN HIIUHJWHi 1IM
A W' UbillJUIIII ...,. .jimjijiil,
. 6i WIIH04 . i i . il MjWUtlwiIt
I .i.4M Tl,UtklI4l
Aucllon Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Properly atPeiirl City
Bv order of the OA11U RAILWAY &
' LAND CO. I will fell at Publlo
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CLOCK I ,11..
A limited number of tlioso desirable
BilUli Lots at PbutI City
The Company have expended $20,000
to procure an iimplo supply of puio
mountain water, resulting In the com
nletlou ot two larco Reservoirs with
storage of ncai ly 2,000,000 gallons.
From u dlsti Uniting Reservoir with n
capacity ot 700,000 gallons, at an elova
tion of 100 feet above ea level, water
bus been laid along Lehuii Avenue to
thePoail City Depot In a 0-lneh Cast
Iron Pine, from which water will bo
supplied by thu Company at Govern
The Company will bind Itself in tho
Deeds to carry pin chasers and their
fdinlllcB and servants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of 0 years from the date
These special Bates ot Fare will be
transfeiablo with the property dm ins
tin- term named hi the Original Deed.
Tiains will always he rim for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
Lity. Tiains will reaeli Honolulu at
(5:45 and 8 or 8 . 15 and 1 1 :50 a. in., leave
Honolulu for Pearl i ity and way Sta
tions at 8:15 a. m and 1:15 and i to
4:30 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. m. subject how
ever to such clnnges as may be from
tune to time found noeesaiy for rthe
eonenieneo of the nubile or business
inteiests of the i oinpany. Evening
Tr.ilns will also he run whenever thcie
is a leasonablc demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where the most
charming view can be had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Lcliua, Malic or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most
charming location for residences, as all
agree ho have t iken the trouble to
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Ewa
Com t House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
are off e led:
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 yearB,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for the most
limited in means to procure a fine
healthy residence. Distance is anni
hilated by lallway communication, so
that people living at Pcail City will
icacb Honolulu In less time than it
takes to come fiom WaikiM by the
oidinarr means of travel, while the ex
pense for a person will not be more
than live cents per day greater than the
pieont cost of tiavel to Walkiki by
How is your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Trices lower than they can ever be
bought in tho future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If yon do you will live to miotc the
"hind fight" sayings we fo otteu bear
from people w ho had a chance to buy
the whole of Kulnokahua Plaius for a
fiong, but they didn't! A word to the
wis: Is suflleient.
Cw Maps of the Lots can be seen at
the offices of the Pacific Hardware Co.,
Hawaiian News Co., and T. G. Thrum's,
and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, where
all further information can be obtained.
J AS. E. MORGAN,
084 39t Auctioneer.
4 DESin HTjE Five-Room
r Cottage with pantiles,
detached cook-hoiiRe and ser
vants' rooms, huge btahle. etc., onNuu
unu Avenue, near School stieet. Large
ynid with fiult trees and choice llowers.
Kent leuboiiablc. Apply ut Bulletin
Olllee. 089 tf
. n. VEHY Convenient and
$&Mk J " Desirable Cottago fur
eSaSiiat nished or unfurnished, near
the old baseball ground nt Mukllil Ap
ply at GUMOK'S AGENCY,
075 tf 38 Merchant street.
A SUITE of Three Nicely
rv Fui nished Rooms, two
&fhEwl linfli'nnmR iiml nnrlnr. nn
Punchbowl street near Palnee Walk:
two single gentlemen.
II. V. IIEBBARD.
THU Furniture of a live
J jooin cotlngu complote,
for boiibckei-pliig Cottago
centrally located ami to let at it leason
abln imital, Inquire at tills oillce.
HTOIlliH TO LET.
rPVO Blnnm on King street
1 iccciitly nueuplml by
Mr. OIiiih, Huvtuuu, to ul at
lnuRoiiiililn iniilul, I'roiuUiia Imvu Iihoii
llminiiulilv iiinuviitedi iiut)ii nt
lMTi Apply l)
H7il I in
nuiiMS Qiuttf lar mte Jr II. Ub.
KICIIAllD A. BlcUUJWY. PruHlilcnU
taff For full particulars apply to
fiS. JE5. JROteOS,
Dcc-24-89 General Accent for the Hawaiian l8lnndB.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES, (k
Kerosene Oil" ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Siuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery &Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:-01ilcndorf's Dissolved Peiuvhin Guano, Oblendorf's Special Cane Manure.
LON DON PL) RPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys all Noxious recds & Scrubs.
BAGS:-Sugar,Kice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM. -FILTER
PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest impiovemcnts in mateilal and texture.
Galvanized "Water ripe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
Shortly expected a
flue line of
The Thoroughbred Percheron
Imported by Hon. S Parker, will stand
for a short time at
In the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, where you can pio-
eure the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
No. 1 Fork Sansago, Smoked Tcngnc3
Beef Sausage, Smoked Mutton Hams,
Bologna Sausage, Spiced Buf,
German Sausage, Ooraed Fork & Beef.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
tS' Your patronage is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed iu
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tolo. 369 "3trMutual Telo. 302
Hol'fll HC, Honolulu.
J. H. FISHER, Prop.
Board and Lodging, per week, (ac-
coidtng to location of rooms,..
$10 00 to 12 00
Transient, per day 2 00
Table Board, per week 7 00
Single Meals SO
165-Visttors will find this one of the
most comfortable and convenient houses
In the city, the rooms being laige. light
and airy. Hot and cold water baths.
I make a specialty of repairing fine
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And guarauteo first-class work at
Hotel St., under the "Arlington."
S iiMianu sireei, m. l- ...
FOR SAN FKANOT8CO,
The Al HUmmslilp
'Will li vo Ilnwiliih for thu almyu
Friday, Oct, S4th,
'or ht'kljior I'tiMt'i.Biiiiltv
ISSUED BY THE
op ic:asw itosjk
: : : :
X - L DAYIES
Telephones, No. 119,
Husleoe, King Street.
Having leased the stores in the brick building known as tho
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that poi lion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more ou tho wav, I
it m prepaied to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public" for
Hie liberal patronage bestowed on me for tho past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention to all orders tomeritacontinuanco of tho
same. At the new btand hball bo pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may iind it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
yi iMAA dak mu ry wutK
Without a Kival
One-third tho Price of the
A aavmg ot JJ l'cr Cent in Cost
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HP MOV nVfic jb. rr
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
fNear the Custom House)
Wo me mw jireparcd to furnisli at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
UIIUUlj UU1UUU UUUIIUU11J ui
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT TJilE WATER SYSTEM.
rpiIB Kapiolani Maternity Homo has
JL two rooms to acconunodato paying
patients. Ladles of moderate means
wlio wish to secure a home on reason
able teims, hefoie ami during thu time
of their confinement, where the best of
fond attendance, mirblug and medical
skill will bo provided, will please apply
at the Homo to Mrs. Miller, the matron,
who will utiend to iidmlttnuco, glvo
terms or other lufoiiuntlou required,
Honolulu, Pet. 4, 1M)0. Q7 !lin
FHOM and idler this date wo will nol
bu rispnuslblu for uuy freight nfter
siiiilii litis beuu dullvri'fil lit nuy sliillon,
I'aitlufiio whom height Id iiunlgiit'il
niliM be ut I be Million In rmilvo tliulr
Xii fi'ii'glil will lm iiovi for lili
iiiuui liuhMiiiii iliiiliuiiinuf liiDD mid 0
ii'l'lmili a. in , mill Imiwuuii liilU itiiil V
o'uiuu: i i . , , , ,
'I'lalni it 111 not lm ilulullli ll
mini 0 fmiulH nliliuiii iii'uiuluiiuiiiiii
until I .
N'T'- Tifir... ii-- w ;
. "f. fe' HtllKllI IU I twH'Wj, MllHf
uiu am mm wmik v.h
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC.. ETC.. ETC.
RED BRICK, ETC.
Cutters & Cane Knives.
Entlrc,y llew to ...
in Price & Quality !
Housekeeper Should TTso It !
and Quality tho Very Best,
tJTMjiaaQyf BJ M BH mtl IB Mug 131 iMwri
Sfl3fflP P. O. Box 372.
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
CAPTAIN n. Llghtbody, of the bark
"Ubker," will not bo responsible
for any debts contracted by his crew
without his i written order. 077 ti
JICAIULA having mado an asslgn-
ment to tho uiiderslgucd for the
benefit of Ids creditors, nil persons hav
ing claims against said .1. Kabila are
icqucsted to pre-ont them within two
months at the olllee of Hyiuau Ilrotherfl,
mid all nbo are indebted to J, ICitliila
must malm Imnieiliatu iiayinunt to thu
080 2vv J, RUIHN8TKIN.
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n lug nmdu mi lu.lgiiinuiii of bin
lirnpnity in Uiu tinili'isfgiiml foe the
liuni'lll of III niiiilltiiii. iiiitleu U liuinliv
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l)H ph'.i llli-il III Din liui(lim wllhll)
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