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DAILY BULLETIN- HONOLULU, H. I., FEBRUARY 15, 1889.
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In the Supremo Cc it of the Hawaiian
Uyviiltio of llio power vested in
me liy the 812d section of the Civil
Code, I hereby order u Special Term
of tho Supremo Court to he held in
tho Court Room of Aliioltuii link, on
MONDAY, tho 1 1th day of March,
A.l). 1889, at JO o'clock a.m., for the
hearing of Banco Cases only.
"Witness my hand and
the teal of the Supreme
Couit, at Honolulu, this
lltli day of February,
A. 1). 1SSU.
A. F. JUD1),
Chief .lustieo of tho Suptcmo Court.
Clerk. 170 Ct
Holders of water piivilegcs nie
hereby notified that the hours for
liking water for iriigating purpo.-cs
are from (! o'clock to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and from '1 o'clock to (i o'clock i M.
All thoe found violating the above
notice will he liable to have their
privileges cut oil' without further
notice. CHAS. 11. WILSON,
Sujit. Honolulu Waterworks.
Honolulu, Fib. fi, IKS'.). 105 2w
mmmmmmrm b. in n mil i n n i mm i rr mi hiiubiii ,
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Pledged lo neither Sec nor Party,
Sut established for the benefit of all.
FKIDAY, FEB. 15, 1S89.
TAINTED FISH, ETC.
Complaints have reached us to
the effect that lisli and other perish
able articles sold at the Honolulu
Market are not always in the best
condition for use. Our own per
sonal knowledge satisfies us that
tho complaint is based on a solid
foundation. Tainted fish is some
times offered for sale, and is act
ually sold. Meats arc also in a
similar condition. It is the duty of
the Government to prevent the sale
of such unwholesome food. The
market is under Government con
trol and supervision, and the super
vision i3 expected to be of that
careful and vigilant nature that will
prevent the sale of food which is
detrimental to health.
Reference was mado yesterday, in
the items column of the Bum.i:tix,
to the use of the school-boys' "sling
shot." Since our last issue, cases
of actual damage having been done,
have been reported to this office.
"Boys will bc boys," and when
such instruments arc in their hands
they cannot resist the temptation to
use them in a way that is an annoy
ance and may be an injury to oth
ers. Throwing small shot, by tho
aid of these innocent looking instru
ments, at one another and at passers-by,
is reported to be the practice
just now. At least two or three lit
tle school girls have received facial
injuries from the use of this instru
ment in the hands of mischievous
boys. The danger of greater injury
exists. A shot striking the eye
would probably ruin the latter for
ever. It would bo well to catch and
make an example of one or twq
thoughtless boys who think it fine
fun to pass their time in throwing
shot at people, before some serious
mischief is done.
HAS A LOCAL APPLICATION.
The New York "Nation" of Janu
ary the 10th has an article on "India
under Lord Dufforin," written from
London, by Lieutenant-Colonel Ro
bert D. Osborn. It contains in
structive reading to those interested
in the affairs of that country. More
over, the calm and collected spirit
in which it is written commends it
to tho thoughtful. Col. Osborn, is
of opinion that the laudation which
the Government of India bestows
upon itself is undeserved, and docs
not feel at all sure of the internal
security which olllcials declare ex
ists. "We refer to the articles for
the purpose- of making a brief ex
tract from it, poitions of which may
find an application to this country.
Following is the extract:
"Those whoso knowledge of India
goes back to a period anterior to the
insurrection of 1857 cannot but re
call that tho optimism of the present
day is but a repetition of the optiin-
ism which prevailed then. Then, as
now, tho voices of the iiiidisccniing
ninny drowned Ulc warnings of the
reflecting few ; then as now, those
who lind the audacity to declare that
our eastern empire was not founded
upon a rock, broad-based upon the
affectionate loyalty of India's mil
lions, and so forth, were set down
as 'croakers,' 'pessimists, ' and that
most terrible form of human de
pravity 'un-Knglish.' The olllcial
world of that day, just as the olll
cial world of this, w.is incessantly
UHgagCU III L'lUUHIllj; lis ull in macs,
and much too self-absorbed to 'rend
its history in tho people's eyes.'
People here at home conceive of
British rule in India as if the Eng
lish olllcials out there were in con
stant and immediate contact with
the great body of the people. This
is not, and never can be, the case.
VArr.ii ui:ai nr.roui: st. ax-
DltUW's CIILllCII ASSOCIATION.
The regular monthly meeting of
the St. Andrew's Church Associa
tion was held last evening in the old
cathedral building with a good at
tendance. After routine business
had been transacted an interesting
and suggestive paper was read on
"Church Music" by Mr. T. M.
Starkcy. lie said that his chief ob
ject in calling attention to the dif
ferent styles of church music, was
more to invite others more experi
enced than himself, to express their
views on the subject and so have
the effect of making the paper more
interesting. What he wished to re
fer to more particularly was, that at
the present time, the different
schools of church music were divid
ed as to how to make the musical
services more attractive. It was
not a waste of time for them to con
sider the question, as to the best
means of attracting people to
church, and giving them an oppor
tunity of offering to God one of the
highest privileges given, namely,
that of praise.
The question of which is the most
advisable or beneficial form of ser
vice, a florid or a hearty congrega
tional one, would he thought, never
be settled. The florid services at
St. Paul's, All Saints Margeret
street, or the Temple, arc consider
ed by some people to be the best in
London, while others prefer the
music heard at other churches less
popularly known, where it is purely
congregational. He would like to
know the opinion of the majority of
church goers, whether they prefer
the canticles sung to services or to
chants. It was more of an enjoy
ment to him, after having belonged
to many different choirs to take
part in "services" instead of
"chants." But that was not the
question, the choir only helps in the
services of the church. The main
point for consideration is the wishes
of the congregation and how to at
tract more people to tho churches.
The speaker then went on to show
the difference between florid and
congregational services, lie would
not cast his lot in favor of Gregor
ian music, having too much all'ec
tion for the Anglican chants, though
he considered Gregorian music more
devotional. The services and grand
festivals of choirs held in the differ
ent cathedrals in England were next
In concluding the paper Mr. Star
key spoke of tho question of paid
and amateur singers. Of course in
large cathedrals an educated and paid
choir was a necessity, but in smaller
churches, he considered that though
the music naturally was not so good,
the willingness and cheerfulness
with which so ninny ladies and
gentlemen gave the services to the
church, added greatly to the dig
nity of a service. Surely those who
are able to render any musical aid
ought to try to give their church
fcome benefit of their power. It
ought to be considered a great privi
lege to join in the services of the
church, and by showing their thank
fulness for all bounties received,
they would be sure to reap a great
blessing in the end.
Following the paper a discussion
took place which was participated in
by Ievs. Alex. Mackintosh, Geo.
Wallace and II. II. Gowen, Mr. T.
It. Walker, and Mr. J. W. Yarnd-
The widening of Alakca street
between Berctania and Hotel streets
is now in progress, and will be a de
cided improvement when completed.
Tho work of grading for the tram
way is also going on. The vacant
lot at the corner of Alakca and
Hotel streets, has been purchased
by the Hawaiian Government.
To-morrow Saturday, a grand
clearing sale will commence at tho
Temple of Fashion, corner of Hotel
and Fort streets, when there will be
a great slaughter in prices. A new
advertisement will appear in to-morrow's
issue of tho Bumxtin, giving
full particulars. This promises to
be a raro chance to obtain bargains.
LECTURE ON ALASKA.
Last evening Miss Jessie A. Ack
crman delivered her lecture on
Alaska at the hull of the Y. M. C.
A. before a good bized audience.
For over an hour she held the at
tention of her audienco whilo giving
an interesting description of the
natives of Alaska, and her work
among them, the scenery and the
resources of tho country,
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
nr.roiu: iou:, ,i.
John P. Parker and Samuel Par
ker vs. Alexander J. Cartw right,
Trustee, Albert Kunuiakca and Hie
Kahua Ranch Company. In equity,
nr.curx rou Tin: vi.AixTirrs.
This case having been heard on
the bill of complaint Hied therein,
ami upon the answers of the several
deiendants thereto, and upon the
proofs exhibited by the respective
parlies, aud the parties having been
fully heard by their counsel, this
Court doth declare tliat the plain
tiffs as assigns of the lease next
hereinafter named are entitled to a
specific performance by the defend
ant Alexander J. Cartwright as trus
tee under the will of the late Emma
Kaleleonalani, deceased, testate, and
also of the estate of the defendant
Albert Kunuiakca of the covenant in
the pleadings of the cause mention
ed whereby the defendant Alexan
der J. Cartwright as attorney in fact
of the said Emma lvalcleonalani
agreed with Allen and Stackpolc
that said Allen and Stackpolc should
have the privilege of renewal sub
ject however to a new agreement of
the lease dated the first day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1879, and afterwards
by consent of said Alexander J.
Cartwright assigned by said Allen
and Stackpolc to the plaintiffs, and
in said pleadings mentioned, whereby
was demised lo said Alien aim
Stackpolc and their assigns for a
term of ten years thereafter at an
annual rental of four hundred and
fiftv dollars navablc in enual half-
yearly payments of two hundred and
twenty-live dollars each over and
above all taxes to be levied or im
posed thereon, all that tract of land
known as the Ahupuaa of Kawaihae,
on the Island of Hawaii, being the
same Kawaihae that belonged to the
late John Young (excepting there
out such portions thereof as had
been awarded as kuleanas, and also
the two-story house on the beach
formerly leased by Louzada and
Spencer, with the yard in which it
And doth declare that the defend
ants, E. A. Burchardt, A. G. Bur
chardt, F. Burchardt, and John
Maguirc, co-partners under the firm
name of the Kahua Ranch Compaiy,
with constructive notice of said cov
enant for renewal took the lease in
said pleadings mentioned, dated the
twentieth daj- of October, A. D.
1S87, whereby the defendant Alex
ander J. Cartwiight, trustee as
aforesaid, demised for a term of fif
teen years from ihe first day of Jan
uary, A. D. 188!), that tract of land
known as the Ahupuaa of Kawaihae,
Hikina, situate in the district of Ko
liala, Island of Hawaii, being the
land described as Apana 1 Royal
Patent 1GGG Land Commission
Award Solo, and being the land
described (or intended bo to be)
in said first above named lease, and
that tho rights of the deiendants, the
said Kahua Uanch Company, under
said last above named lease are sub
ject to the rights of the plaintiffs
And the Court doth accordingly
order and decree that a lease be ex
ecuted by the defendant Alexander
J. Caitwright, trustee as aforesaid,
to the plaintiffs, of the land com
prised and described in said first
above named lease for the term of
ten years from the thirty-first day
of December, A. I). 1888, at an an
nual rental of four hundred and fifty
dollars payable in equal half-yearly
payments of two hundred and twenty-five
dollars each, over and above
all taxes to be levied or imposed
And it is ordered that the plain
tiffs do execute a counterpart of
such lcace from the defendant Alex
ander .J. (Jartwrignt, trustee as
aforesaid, and that such lease and
countcrpait be at the equal expense
of the lessor and lessees therein
And let the lease hereby decreed
to be executed contain the same
covenants and provisions (except
said covenant for renewal) as arc
contained in said first above named
And let any of the parties be at
liberty to apply in Chambers as they
shall be advised.
And it is ordered that the defend
ants do pay the plaintiffs their costs
of this suit.
(Signed) Sanioisi) li. Doi.i:,
Justice of Supreme Court.
llartwcll and Neumann for plain
tiffs; YV. O. Smith for the Kahua
Ranch Co. ; C. Utown for A. J.
Cartwright and Albert Kunuiakca.
Feb. 14, 1889.
One ounce of arresting somebody
for carrying concealed weapons be
fore he kills somebody else is worth
a pound of miirdcr trial. N. O. Pi
cayune. Study the Constitution of your
country; commit it to memory;
treasure it as you would your very
life, for it is tho 011I3' thing that
stands between you if you be a poor
man and tho lash of tho slave-driver.
There was trouble in a New York
boarding-house. A boarder asked
a red-headed waiter girl if she had
any white horse-radish. She had
heard enough of tho whito horse and
the reddish girl, and she hit him
with a sugar-bowl.
Sloyd is the now word which looks
like ailing, but it is not. Sloydilcs,
according to the Toronto Globe, are
persons interested in introducing
manual training into the public
schools. Don't bo discouruged by
the name. N. 1'. Herald.
Auction Salo by James F. Morgan.
Paia Siar Stock !
On Friday, March 1st,
AT IS O'CLOCK .SOON.
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell al l'nbllc Auction, for nc.
count of whom it may
Paia Sugar Stock !
JAS. F. MORGAN,
WILLIAM FOSTER -Attorney-ai-Luw
& Notary t'ulillc Mono.
PROPOSALS FOR GRADING j
Office ol tlioOahu Railway and Land Com
pany (Lil.), Feb. 13, 1080.
. the uiulc
PROPOSALS adlus-cd to
O the undctsluned 1U liu no.-ivel at
till- olllce unlit 10 o'elo.:'.: n.iu., l'Mi. '20
lS-0, foi tliu KMiilingif Hi-null i Hail
way (Pearl lther Di!-!un.)
Further ii foi unit o-, It i futnis u-iin
which Al I. mm 'lioti'd he inmli', can li ;
obtained at this o:t ce. The li'ht to te.
joct uuy ami all 1M- i tntrn ii.
15. F. DILLINGHAM.
II fi nutum! meeting of tin; iock
hnlilcis of llu! It.iwiiinu C'arri lire
Manufiiotuiiii: t omjiiii v, will he held
on WEDNESDAY, Fe'litinuy '.0, 1S8,
nt 2 1-. si., ill the oilin; of V. u. bmi'li,
Secretin v, lili Fort stiuei.
liy order of ihe Uo.ird ol Dirccluip.
. O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Feb. 1(3, 1859. Secretary.
npHK adjourned annual nuetinjj of
JL the slockhohlcr.- of the Ivapiiilaui
Park Association will lie held on WED
NESDAY, the 20th inM., ul 10 a. m., at
the roiiins mt the Uliaiiilicrof C'onuneiee.
A. S. CLKGIIOHN,
172 Id President.
COTTAGE, corner Kinaii
fts XJL. anti rciiucoia unci.
. Possession jnveti after March
1st. Apply to
W. O. ATWATEIt,
174 lw Honolulu Iron Works.
1F1NI1 Colt, :i years
old; perfectly sound
und in "on'1 comlilifiii:
3? hiokvn to -nil He. Apply
W. W NKED1IAM,
At V llusl.ice jmK.'1'Vv More.
A FEW piivale pnpi u, in any of the
classical o" s-ciuililii: Millie?, li.
nn expci fenced teacher Terms ica-oii.
able. Address "L," Uui.i.i:tin Olllce.
MRS. MONKOE, ladies' nurse, has
removed to No. !!, Kiikui Mrcet
rpiIE unileihiiiLd having heen duly
1. appoint! d administrator of the
eitutu o( CJ. Ah Nee, late of Kiikiiihucle,
deceased, notice h hereny j-lveu to all
poisons to present tlmlr claims ii(,rtinst
the cst.ttn of 8'iid O. All Nee duly nu.
lueulicalcil, whether beeuied liy mort
gage or otherwise, to the undesigned
nt llu: olllco of Jl. lluckfuld & Co,
Honolulu, within bix mdiitlis from the
date hereof, or they will he forever
ban ed; and all pcrMiiiH Indebted to said
estate nic hereby icijuesied to mako
J. F. HAUKFELD,
Administrator of the Estate of U. Ah
Honolulu, Feb. 14, 1E-8U. 1711 !U
Hell Telephone. 4011; Miilu il Telephone
nil). JAS. MKKSEBUKG,
17-i lw Wniiuniialo, Kuolaupako,
lSX-JMA-Tt IPOS A. :
H. Z. 'MULLET, new catch, 1 lb. tin;
N. Z. JAMS, now season;
H. Z. FRESH BUTTER, 1 & 2 lb. tins;
M. Z. LAMB'S TONGUES, 1 & 2 lb. tins;
KILH DRIED OATMEAL, 14 lb. tins.
Also a small quuutity of
Furze Seed for Hedges.
J. K. MKOWN & CO.,
172 lw 28 Merchant St,
-irtrwvv T) KI) D'lroclc and I)u.
KmTtrfr, JLi rock and Herltshire
Mrv-iL l'iB8i fn 1" lo $20 a
-ftgGSSES pair, accoidiiiL' lo size.
ruff aALt '
9 IK VfcyfrflllaBa a
Hawaiian Tmwans Co,,
r-;!0 a. m. ami
foi Klllo Itnngc only
i'ery hour until :!I0
!. U.! ltlit cur 10:10 1.
From I'alama for Hlllo Mange and
WalMUt 7:10 a. m. ami every hour
until 0:10 is M.
A. M., 7:00 A.
until it.'JO V. M
ltaiiRC for I'ulnmn G.00
M., and everv half hour
,; hist car 10:30 1'. m.
From Wnlklki for Palatini 7:10 A. M.
nml every hour until 10:10 P. M.
Extra Oars from Palanm for Rille
Range 12 noon, 4 r M., 5 v. ., mill
from HilU Range at 12:50 r. m.
First cars from I'ahinii for
HatiKo only at 0:30 a. m.
First car bom
at 7 :10 a.m.
Piilama for Wniklki-
First c.ir rrom Wnlklki at 8:10 a. m.
First car from Klllo ltaiu;e at 7 a. m.
No extra car at
12 noon, 4
p. m., 5
. m. 10111 l'ldatiia.
"V.VING to the intended
J fiiim the Kingdom of II.
iii-iii, we respiollully nsk Unit all
amounts due our firm he scttkd on
or hefoic the lfllh of Febnrirv next.
GOMES & W1CIIMAN.
Hoiolulu, J-ui.24, 1SS!). I!55 lilt
California Lime !
Received per Hark "W. G.
-rou S.VI.ll AT-
J. T. WATERHOUSE'S,
Oil Queen Street. 2v
THEO. P. SEVERIN,
Has taken the Studio formerly occupied
by A. A. Muntauo, coiner of King
"and Fort Ptieets, and is pre
pared to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
I'l-liithij; Done for Amntcui'H,
Cabinets $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
Clay- Entrance on Foit Sticet. "J
The A"liiuii Yiikoii KiiIhIiii'h Now
A i'lne Al Ntccl StenniHliip
for the above potts on
ivxvrtcrx y, isso.
ESTFor terms of freight or passage
having hiipci ior cubin aud stccraga tie.
eoiiiiiiodntions, apply to
Win. Q. IRWIN & CO.,
Tim Al BtcniiiHlilp
Of Ihe Occidental it Oiieutul Steamship
Co will be due :it Honolulu from S.in
1-raneifcco on or about
Search 9, 1889,
And will leave for the above ports on
or about that date.
tSyFor f i eight or pafsnge apply to
H. HACKFEID & CO.,
107 td Agents
The Best Company
Life Insurance Co.,
OJP N10W YORK.
Richard A. McCurdy, President.
The Largest Company in the World
The Oldest Company in the U, S.
It Gives the Most Liberal Policies
Pays the Largest Dividends,
Claims paid lo policy holders in the
Hawaiian Islands, during the
past ten years,
Over : SlOO.OOO OO.
BSf For rates, apply lo
S. It. KOHIO,
General Agent, Honolulu, Hawaiian
B. F. EHLER
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFKIUNG
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL HA RU A INS OK
Remnants in All Departments.
Just Received a
-ECS-AT FISHEL'S "SA
-WE WILL SELL
Onr $2.50 Parasols i'or $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols for $2.00.
Our $4.50 Parasols for $2.l75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
2Eg ONE wdeehb: OIST-LY gs
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO 1'UKCIIASE
Tlesi) Prices we paraife for Oh Week Only !
lias leceived another
II Is a Clear, Cool urn
! VmiV HTRHKT.
American & European Drugs k Chemicals,
I?Iiot j;iujlii: Mutei-inlw,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agonts for P. Lorillaril &. Co.'a Tobaccos, & W. S. Kimball &. Go.'fl
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works 7! Hotel Street.
irojR.rr .sr.rxti2KrJL noNOLULU.
C2T IJAHOAINS -I Now Lino of X3r BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than over before. New linoice of
SMIMAR1MRE, PLOWS & BBN'L MERCHANDISE.
NovolUow and JTuney Gootlw, In Xmrjyo Vurioty.
S & CO.-
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOR ONE WEEK-
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
The I.oadiiiiv Millinery House.
largo shipment of that Celebrated Draught Beor
by the Steamer "Aiibtmlia."
& DKAI.IlltH 1N-