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Bmifl DY AUTHORITY. Id tlie Supreme Coiut of the Hawaiian Islands, ORDER. lly virtue of tho power toiled in mo bv the S-lL'd Section of the Civil Code, 1 hereby order n SPECIAL TERM of the Supremo Court to be held in the TJpstuirg Courtroom of Aiiioknl Ilnle, in Honolulu, on TUESDAY, the 17th day of June, 1390, at 10 o'clock A. i., for the hear ing of Banco Cases only. Wltnes my hand and seal oi the Stipieme Couit, at OtinUtlU. tlU3 dlSt Ul'V Hoy, 1890. A. if. JUDD, Chief Justice Supreme Coiut. Attest: Hesry Smith, Clerk. 670 71 cr ii ja gnilg gtincftn MtJfrJ to imthtr Seel nor Party, But established for the benefit of all. MONDAY, JUNE 1G, 1890. The Advertiser quotes ji for eign kahuna for Cabinet pro babilities tiiis morning. When a would-be resectable iorcigti paper has recourse to the black art, no wonder the native Christian church has to lament the weakness of its decks for tho same delusion. "Rep. Broun says I want ayes and noes called so that voters may mark every member's name who surrendered their rights." The foregoing is from the Adver tiser's legislative report. The ayet and noes were called but the division list is suppressed by the Advertiser, o that voters cannot know from the retiring Government organ bow in dependently, even if mistakenly, many Opposition members voted on the question ol order. There is not a single speech nor committee report, nor debate, nor vote to which the National Reform party can point as containing an in dictment against the Ministry. One thing comes out clear in all the con fusion. The case of the National Re form party against the Cabinet has igtiorainiou!y broken down. Ad vertiser. There was email chance to get at the record oi the Ministry, when its liupportcrs in caucus insisted on ila tesignation on tho ground of "in ternal dimension," rather than have in record discussed on other ground. Thirty members of the Legislature out oi tho forty-eight were pledaed to uto tho Ministry out, and llu diversion of trying to impeach the Attorney-General wa3 only accepted by tho dissatUlicd Government par'y men on the pro mise that if it succeeded the Minis try would resign. CABINET MAKING. Tne delay in the appointment of a Cabinet is in a senso unfortunate: it keeps the community in a state of nnsious unecrtainity, and fco para lyzes business. Hut, on the other hand, the delay is evidence of the absence of haste, and affords ground for the hope that wisdom is in exer cise. The good sense of the com munity is ready to accept any res pectably capable and fairly repre sentative Ministry and nothing less. Neither a het of incapable3 n)r a uet of extreme factional i,ts can till the bill. Failure to pro vide a Cabinet entitled to the confi dence of the rcllectivc portion of the oommunity meanst the doom of the. at present triumphant party. If wise counsels which arc being given prevail and we trust they will no such mistake will be made. A Min istry composed of respectably com petent, representative men may rely upon the u'poit of moderate cili zl'iis of both parlies, in the House and out of 'the House ; but any Min istry below this standard cannot re ceive ho endoisemcnt of the thoughtful of either party. Rand Concert at this evening. Emma Square Mnssn. Ludwigseii and Cron, late ly members of the iirm of llait& Co,, are going to open a candy Moro on Hotel street, oppotito tho Elite parlors. . . Tun United Ciuri.igo Company, corner of Fort and King strode, bus had a largo gilded uign stuck up on tho tieo in front of Mclntyio's, to catch the cyo of the tourist, feiff i L. S. H ) of i-iillf! KAPIGLAill O pencil by fIAT!HITY HQKE. I1i u M.-Attilrrnn by 31 r. Jiuili. A tying-lti hospital for Hawaiian nonicn, long projec nl, is now an institution of tho la.i 1. It is located at the corner of Uetctanhi nnd Ma- liki streets, and Ij now known ao the Knptoliiui Maternity Home. The premises are tho properly of Queen Kaplolaui, the piesidcnt of the Hooulu and HoolaXohul ho ebty nnd projector of tho institution. Hof AInjeny gives tho promises for ono vcar freo. of rent. The buildings and surroundings seem in every way adapted to the purpose to which de voted. In addition to the wards in tended for Hnwciitms, which r.ro free, there fire othen reserved for foreigners, who will be required to pay a moderate fee. All tho wards or rooms have been appropriately furnished and equipped by ladies of the Hooulu and lloola Lahui So ciety. An experienced and compe tent matron, Mr3. Johnson, has been t'tiangcH to superintend me limiiu tion. l'ne opening was on Saturday afternoon, the 14th instant. The public had teen iuvited, and the public were there. A profusion of natural flowers in every room emit ted a welcoming fragrance. Over the entrance was placed the national motto, in English and Hawaiian '1 he life of the land is established in righteousness." The name of the institution "Knpiolani Matern ity Homu" appeared in bold char acters. Their Majesties the King and Queen and Princess Liliuoka lani arrived at 3 o'clock, and after an inspection ot the premises, the Queen announced to the visitors as sembled en the front verandah that the formal opening of the Home" was now to follow, and called upon Hon. J. E. Rush for tlie opening address. Mr. Rush spoke in English nnd then in Hawaiian. Following arc some of the main points of the ad dress", lack of space preventing its being given in lull: "Your Majesty, ladies and gen tlemen: "We are here to inaugurate a new institution in this country fur the purpose of carrying i ut the greatest of the Christian Graces, 'Charity" or benevolence, the ln-.t of the three Graces and the one that endures forever. Love to God and charity to all God's creatures is the two-fold division of the perfect law of God, the law of love and charity. In instituting for tho lira time in this country thi3 Home, wo are called upon to-day, to encourage by our assistance and pationagu the benevolence of Her Majesty, Queen Kapiolani, and Her Majesty's lady frieuds and co -workers. Slit, with the Hooulu and lloola Society, has given towards this enterprise the building in which we stand to-day, and has devoted her time and ex ertions towards tho opening of an institution which the believes, moro than others, will help lo tcvivu and recuperate her dying people. "There can be no biibjeet of higher impoi lance than tho health of the people, and every effort in telligently directed to that end, such as is the purpose of this insti tution, is a stride in civilization. Napoleon tho Gicat was once asked the question: Sire What is the greatest need of Franco : and that great statesman nnswcicd in one word 'Mothers.' "If over such an answer could be true of any country, it is specially true of this .'Mothct-t' are the great est need of this nation of Hawaii net to-day. Mother? physically strong and moral, and virtuous and intelli gent. Tho old Romans had a motto, which, like many of their mottoes, has survived tho wreck of Empire, A pound mind in a sound body.' It in a well established fact that the body and mind have a mutual de pendence on the question of health. "It i3 of tho highest importance to the good people that they should have tontldcnoo In medical science and not hexitate to avail themselves of the help of skilled physieiaus. There can be no doubt that Micro arc many who die, whose lile might be prolonged if they applied to a physician in time. This is evident from tho fact that tho Roard of Health Repoit just printed, returns PJl deaths of persons who were not attended by a pliyMciuri. The re turns alio show a largo percentage of deaths from fevers, which proves that in most cases the doctors wore not applied to, as deaths from fevers would be veiy few if medical help was sought In timo. "Let no false delicacy ever prevent a woman about to become a mother from decking admisbioii here. In every city hi the civilized world Lying-in Hospitals, or what is the fame 'M-itcrnity Homed' aro estab lished. Here, the woman in dis tress, in the most trying peiiodof a woman's experience, will (hid help and advico, and generous medical help and support. "Thegeniusand glory of this insti tution consists in ,its chaiacter of benevolence. 'It is more blessed lo give than to receive.' There in no joy like that of conferring happi ness on the weak and destitute. This Is the great characteristic which shines out co prominently in the life of the greatest benefactor of mankind, ChrUt, and when it is performed in tho truo Chtistlike spirit, with a singleness of purpose and without ostentation, it can fie truly said in tho words of Shuko3 pcaro's Portia, 'It is twice blessed, it blcsseth him that gives, and him that Uliwo,' .DAILY BULLIMTTC: HONOLULU, II. I., mmj0l0tnrrtr&JiicihmKjm'wm mtr-ai&mf&mM'mim&wwxime&Utt "I should not close without a word of recognition for our loved and generous hearted Queen, the mother of her people, and those ladies who have brought this institution to a success. Ni woids ot mine could add to the joy ihov feel in doing good. I only wish to say tint I am j Mire the men of this communltv will encourage them wlih help and sup port." At Iho close of the address the Queen pronounced the "Home" opened. The band played on tho grounds until six o'clock, and the Indie'1 of the society dispensed coffee, ter., nandwiches, etc., lo alK who winhed to partake. I. 0. 0. F. MEtfORlrV. SERVICE.' Tho anuudl memorial service of the Independent Order of OddfYllotVd took place ut Harmony Hull Sunday iiftuuuon. Sir. W. O. .Smith pre sided. A inenioii.il oilo composed by Rev. Alex. Mackintosh was nunc;, and the opening prnjor offered by the ?.uno gentleman. The chairman delivered nn intro ductory addro?." J also read the diet of the Sovereign Grand Ledge, which changes the day Iroin October to June. Hon. J. R. Atheiton delivered iv tender tribute to the memory of their late highlv esteeiiKd brother, Geo. C. William. Mrs. Pell in, Noble Grand of Pacific Lodge, Degree of Rchckah, rend llie potm, "S mow fur thu Dead." Rev. . MackintOfh feelingly comment orated the lint of the lamented J. L. liliiitili'll, mid Mr. J. Emmeliitli that of C. J. Haiilec. Mr. Knvidgo le oidltd the memories of dupiir'cd District Deputy Giaud Sirei, and the service cOneludcd with the bene diction. A. G-. SILVA, 65 & 57 Hotel Dtrc t, iiU'oitiKi: of Farniture, Matting & Carpet Liid Corn ion IV.l.-., Fine tJpholili'i lug ami Iteihllng a spe cialty. June l'S-iSin LOST DttAFl' No m for (?100 on Ppreckeh & Co., by Tung On .Km ft Co. lit favor ot Qiiuiig biug A. o., thU lCih day of Jane, loJU. i'uvmuil lui been ftupptd. " Ml S'l" WASTED A Competent Girl to take, eaicofa child ttyciiixuld. nnd to do light hoii-ouuiK'. Mu-t cunie well ieeuiu liieliiled. Apply to Mud. A .I.UAK'nVKIOUT.Jn.. Makld, oj) mi. 11 scbull Groiiud. 5a 1 Iw TO LET !&A UOUriK with 7 rooms ft?.v3- x v ami nam. on i ne. cor- 3&33 ner of Uuivtaui i and lna eola streets. Cai itizi the door. Ap pl) at this onlcc. C8I if NOTICE. NOTIC'i: is hen-by given Umt .Mr. T. ). King law been appointed man ager of the People's leu ei lle.'i Iger.it ig Co. The iiJHcm o( iho Company h:is been moved to Iho olliees of tha". T. Gulick. Ii.-q SH .Mcicli.iul .-tieet. Mu tu.il Telephone No. lli'J; iifUTc'eplionu No.ais. ' o. i tvi-.tLi;, Seen tiny I. I. & it. o. Ilono'ulu, June Hi, Ib'JO. 581 ut JvOTIOE. 4 LL clHbns ,tgidn.t tho "Honolulu I. Dilry" to.t.ioo 1, UiDO, must be left at tlio iittk'o of J. A. Mttgooti wlihln :!0 tluyrt from dntc. Meii. lleuett A; dueob-cu aiu aiitlioiled to onlleet a 1 bllh due the ' iluuolu.ii Dalrv" from May 1, la'JU. J. I. DOW.srJT, .tit., i'ropiieior. Ilouoltihi, .Jiiii'i 1 i, UDO. fii tf PEAKS ! PARTHK! doliing Avocado I'cnrs In (iiiniititieii of iiol leJ,s thai) 50 will please aUditf L. TUItNIJU, lit o, Hawaii. 77 2w FOl?. SA LE -I Q VOLUMES Kneyelopiedla Urltan aj nlea, Morocco bound, in good condition, uover med. Aiiply at HiH ottiuu. f.7 tf FOR SALI3 CHEAP A COMPI.ETK Wilt for miking and f dispensing cailionated bevel ag s, all lu good older. ACihei-t O. MI-.INEi KE, 531 3m AVnloliInii, llaw.dl. HAWAIIAN JOCKEYli"' njtllE foMnwing iinmliiittloiis wllleluvn SL June. HO, le'.io: Futurity Slfk of 1052 Pot Hawaiian hied L' year old. A Sweep-take of 8,"0 iih follows: 83 on Nomination, 10 .lilllUlil-y 1. 1S!U, 10 July 1, 1MU, 2j Jiuiuaiy 1, 1M2. Il.iv lla-i Dciby ol luJM- l'or ITnwall in hied It year old. A Sweeps nke of 10) as folhwri: . mi Noiniiritloii, 910 Juiiiiuryl, lS.'ll, 8L'0 July I, 1601, S'J.'i January 1, IH'J'J, (sdl .limit or 1. IMKi. CO. ItliliGP.It, 070 tit Secretin y. shear Mm for BoJb 1 Piitimm Kni'iiie 10x!K!, I Three itoller .Mill, 1 5 feet "Vacuum Pan, With 20 Inch P.elt & Fittltijpi, complete; 1 r.'l(i.yxis Coinhhied Vacunin I'niiip, 1 I!xl'2x7xl8 Coniliiiicd Vneiium Pump'. I'lakes." iy All III Rood order and condition, and ready for delivery at tlie t ml of tho present gilndlnK spji.ion. May be In spected at llam.ikua Mill, Paaullo, Ha waii. Apply to m im 'Xheo, E. D.'.vitJ & Co, Auction Sales 17 James F. Morgan. AUCTION SALE Of TboroMM Stock I have received Instructions front Mn. J. F. HOWLER, to sell at Public Auc.lou, On WEDNESDAY, June 18th, AT l O'CLOCK NOOX, At stables at rear of the office of J. 1. Dowfett. r., Queen street, thu follow. ng valuable MARES & COLTS 1st, Tiie Thompson Mare Kitty, lu Foal to Ventiuc. This Mare wa foruiPily the property of Auuva l'r.itt, Ksq., nnd U one of the tlttest diking Mines In the country. 2d, The Belmont Mare fielly, With 4 Month Old Colt by Venture. Nelly Is broken to lmnip., In a splen did au'uinl. kind and gentle, and can be ib hen by a lady with per fect .safety. ad. 1 Boswell Colt, Neatly 3 Years Old. Hat b'cu bandied, and la a flue ani mal. 4th. 1 tahoe Colt, M M Months Old. Oth. i Venture Colt, 3 Years Old. Broken to harms?:. The finest Colt ever olfeiHid at auction. Tho Aiidleneer calls ppeeiitl atten tion to thl- Pule of v.i liable Sine):, being the llue.it aud nnt ncivkvable lot of Stock offeied at alletinii. '1'lie llorfct can lie K-eii nt the ie?iik'tice of Mr. J. P. Howler, King street. tSf For fin ther paillculars apply to J AS. P. 3iot:gat, o73 Id Auctioneer. Neat Cattle I On MOSDAY, Jtly Jilst, Theie will tin s'd 1 at Public Auction, at Kaldkimil, Maui, 100 Hiiafl Cows & Giiives, MOUE or IES3. Vy A good opportunity to procure, line stoel;. 57'J lm liojscs & Mtile-s For Wait. 'I'llE following deslrabl atd- timid wltl heboid at a b.u- zaln. to win 11 Pino Yoiuitr Hoiue. "J Young Mules, sired by the Kentucky Jack Hluelier," It lirood Mai en, expected jhonly to h:tve .Mule fouls. Apply to ALPJ1ED MAOOON. 570 tf 12 Merchant s reel, Honolulu. TO LET or LfiASR i& MMIEP.csid.'ttee of Mrs. A. i - l.or.sr, iii l'jmoa Vnllev. rSUi Apply to IJ.VVllJ DAYT'J.N, 01 Kim; M , over J. Nolt's store. r71 if lO JfKNT r LEASI3 .W4 rJ'HAT dcflrablo Picmlsci JiVrrr "' 'i5- Miei't, in the tta&SSa Mefn.-niy lllock." uvcr.tly occupied by J. N. S. William';, Miitablo for otlk'tt or etoic. i-or iiifoiiuatloii apply to olllec Uiiion lion Woiks, E.J plan.uk, or to 550 lm J. N. S. WILLIAMS. r0 LET $&& 'pjlE Two-tory ltilek i. liullilln now used lis w&nttSa the oillei; of tlio lluuullin Tnunwiiyp Co., fld), on Klngstieet. Mutable eitluT for an oifice or ptoie. Apply on the piemUes '70 tit KOTICE. T WILL not In 1. bills ajrihiii i'cponlbk for any .it llie. .Steamer "Aka mai" link iueiiired by niv wiitteii order. G. 1'. CASTLE. Honolulu Juno. 7. 18:K. 57.1 tC WANTJL.D O'ltL to do light !iouewoik ami f to look after a couple of children None wiihoiti boliij; wo'l recommended need apply, ("all on Mrs. C. O. Heiger. coiuof livietiinia ami L'linatiou stieet. C77iL J.OST DB I'WKEN Niiiiniiu avenue and W-il-U klkl a Illutl; Enameled Pansy llioocli, with iliamoiid in center, A Miltabl i lewani will be paid to tint nurty ritiiiuiiiPiiiiie to Win. O Irwin. 570 lvv LOST1 A I.lver-rolorert ftnttor J Dos with whitn 8pot rHvy on bi east. ! about Miven v j. oiontlirf old and mibwers to -jZzfJszs iinino of 'IJo-'u." A re- wmd will bo f:iveii to any per?ou 10 Hii nin will dog to tills olllco. 670 lw Stock Certificate. Lost. TV fit. Alex. Mellryde fves nntlco Unit 1?X eeriltkate of Meek In the. Inter lfiliiiiil Meam Xavigiitioii Co. No. 231, dittcd Jaiitituy II, ItiHii, In hU tavor, litis been kill, and persons are hereby warned ugamst negotbtiln thu H.inte. Any iiifoiiiritlou icppvetlup; thlaecititl catu should bo yen: to Mr. Mellryde, or to Theo, U. Davlea & Co, 674 2vv JTOE 10, 18T0. 'niwit.ijniM Casli Assets. 21 P H I X9Kf V H " f9 irr bis E MCI3AUO A. SEoUURDY. President. For full particulars apply to Dec-iM-B'J General Agent for tho Hawaiian Idlnnd3. IUErY llf r E resh Cakes, i Plain Jumbles, Coffee Cakes Crackers, gW And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any XiXUt. or FVlI3i Cofft-e, Tea, Chocokto Milk, Steaks, Chopa, Fieh, Ham &. L'gps, Oyater Xi8si udw -iirtiiiriiiii-iiioiiiiiimTMHiiiwi mykHiWftm I mm 3 1 9 n d feCIt U tTS l": ft rL Solo Proprietors of Mil . PSEsis ..nnfL. di aiu . ennd s'liS'ij . aecBVa . aB.y D i LMiil CsaiPcN. iinr Ale, is All, Mint, Ess J All comniunlcuUons 8S9 1m u-&iLMmiru2vrmiTi3y-vz'j3-cx FoFMeMiiiMioirioi Tlie A I Htm-!:l? Bag-am I Maru," U.000 Tons. Will leave Ho .olulii fir tl.u iiboto pfrt ( 11 o. .ilciit ,!U?t'E s20h. CJf I-'.m fieijdit " r.i-v g, lining 1 jurior tnb'u "arri :iii'rrje iccnnunu ila ii'Ui, apply lo Wm. O. I P.WIN Co., iaeii'n V.l iSIoctneixy is Lne ! "T ANY persons ibid a modeiate np li I pltcitloii of Klectrk'lty Ueiiitleinl. Kli'cli icily soiaeilme.s cures and neaily alw.iyii buuefitB Itheuniatism, Neuial;;l'i. (iiiliCKtloii, Ktc.. and Hcts like a tonic mid i-. very beu tlelil in case of Gviicr.il Deldiiiy. Go to Charles Phillips', On Quoon Street, And gvt an Electric. Shock by dropping allcr'ln the slot. Can be. .regulated to Milt tile dulle.tte a. well as the strong. There h also one of those Electric Machines at Young XapV, corner of King and Uethel str. ets. 571 lm VETBKIXAItY! A. R. ROWAT, V. S., has resumed pi net Ice. Oflk'e at the Hawaiian Hotel Stable. f.70 1v Ir. IIENJtl O. BIcGKEW. AFl'KItau absence of four years in I'ai Is, has returned to his home on the IsUuds. for the purpose of re suming the piaeilee of mcdhliie. ilo may bu found nt his oid olliee on Hotel Micul bciween Foil and Aldica sheet. Olllce houi! f 1 0111 d to 11 A. 51.. and 2 to fund (iloS l'. :. &7Ulm Powell's Baggage Express. J AS. POWELL, formerly employed at Uuloit Feed t'o. for bovural j cars, linvlng gone Into tho biiggngo spivi$ btidiiMS, Koliults patiotiiige. Stand, corner of King and Uethel Btroots. Orders ean be left at Young Nun's cigar Ftttud. Baggage delivered with promptness and ciiru loiuiy part of olty. Juuot-VO Guaranteed Bonds ISSUED BY THE Ife! OP IV1SW YODRJEf SECURITY: HMHlAHUt WUUANU 1?JK.13ILrJr. ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER Pies5 Buns, Roils, irom 11:30 m. -iuxsuiJivv-ixuitiiua us BAILEY'S SAKBAPABILIA TELEPHONE 0- Fancy .. i3 C '-- TAHITI 1 LEMONADE, pbllJfdlfO, autl orders should be uddresscd to BENSON, SMITH & CO., REMOVAL! Having removed our SODA WORKS to more comniodiotw quartern nt (Sear the Custom IIo'i!.o) V'o uic now picp.ncd to fiirnis.li at Fhort notice, and of piimo qu.ilily, any of the following High Class Aerated Beverages: GINGER ALE, Tnmnn OiiinmhntTr r.n flnnnni Pi j ujfuoij u'jmvu. uiiuiiMiuij ui Uluilul r.w n i.tiiii ah Snrsaparilia, SarcapRrilla & Iron Water, aud Crab Apple Cider. U.-ing oxeluMVely the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTK.V. 7i-SaBOTH TELEPHONESKS71 ze ,ti PMT MTKKKT. FIGURED IHDIA SILKS ! THE LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OP FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I gp No. 2 Putterns alike. Fnshionablo DroFhtiiahing upstairs JV Without a Kival in Trlec Quallly ! Ono-third tho Price of tho Royal I Every Housokocper Shoxild Uao It ! g&" A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Rest. j&3 : SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS. fifil 0m Dr.. A, It. CARTER HAS 1 removed his nnloo to N'o. 33 Beictanla. between Foit ami Xutianti streets OUIco liounc 0:30 to 11 A. II, 'and 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 v. u. Mutual Tojuuhoue No. 302. 670 lm t ' Over $136,000,000 Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. part of the city. 3 Stew.", Soutcd IMr's Feet, Etc. & IUON TfATIB, to 1 i. m. sSl Sarsaparilla, Mineral mm, Etc. 2S7. Affentw. nmnra i u i- i.i-i;i i AT Chas. J. FBSHEL'S, Loading Millinery House, Corner Fort &. Hotel ids. o- HENRY DAVIS & CO., Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Is-landn. Dv. A. LUTZ WILL hnvo ofllco houra from 8 to r, a. f. nnd 4 to 5 v. M a No. 83 Bcretaula, between Fort and Nuunnu stteet. Mutual Tulenhoue Kon, 3D3 aud 170. 070 lm t 1 -' .' "K. ifVSiW".!-1" 1.A-.V . . r 'nt jsU.