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1st. Qlstrtet, islPwciicL
The Inspectors of the lit. Dhtriot,
1st. Precinct, will hold meetings on
Jul? 2nd, and 3rd, from 1 to S
o'clock r. t., at the Government
Xur&eiy, for tlu puipoie of making
try addition or chnugc to the pre
E. G. SCHUMAS,
590 td J. CAMAKA, Jr.
Notice ie hereby given that the
Inspectors of the 1st. and 2nd. Pre
cincts, of the 5th District, will hold u
nwtfting for tho purposo of correct
ing the list of voters for Nobles, on
WEDNESDAY, July 2, ISM, at the
Eaform School, from 6 p. i. to 9 p. a.
Chairman 1st. Piec, 5th. Dipt.
Chuiunnn 2nd. Pieo , fith. Dint.
The Offiqo of tho Auditor-General
has been removed to tin- room down
tairs, formerly occupied by C. P.
laukea, Coniuiisjioner of Crown
Land. G. J. ItOSS,
Honolulu, Juno 25, lS'JO. fiSO 3t
All parties having claitna againtit
the Hawaiian Government either for
materials f urni-hed or on pay rollB ;
due and unpaid to thu 17th day of
June, inst., aro icqucatcd to prehcnt
the same to the several Dopartinetile
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affalro,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior,
Alinieter of Finance,
A. P. PETERSON,
Alfioljiul Hale. Juno 21, 1800.
Will tie received at tho Interior Office
until WEDNESDAY, June 25, 1890,
at 12 o'clock noon, for furnishing,'
hay 12,000 feet more or lefa 8-Inch
Water Pipe, Pay P,000 lbs. more or
Sundry fittings for the above.
Specifications for tho abovu mate
rial and all detail-? of information
can bo obtained upon application
to tho oflicc of the .Superintendent
of Honolulu Water Woika.
Thu Mkihiii r of Interior does not
bind biuiBch to accept tho lowed oi
any bid. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ottice, Juno 19, 1800.
' , 539 itt
.igafThfi time for n eeiving tet'.dets
an above i extended until WKDNEsi
DAY, July 2, 1S90.
C. N. SPKNCEK,
Miiiieler of tbo Interior.
Intel ior Oilkn. June 24, 161)0.
In accordance with Sec. I. of Chap
ter XXVII. of tho Laws of 1SSC.
All persona holding water privileges!
or those paying water ir.ten,aro heio
by notified that tin' water mtei for
the term ending December 31, 1890,
will be due and paj.ible at tho oftieo
of tho Honolulu Watorvotkn, on tho
fitst day of July, 1S00.
All such rates loin&iiiiiig uipaid
for fifteen days aftei theyare due,
will be subject to mi additional 10
Parties paying mteu will ple.ieo
bring their last receiptc,
Jtates are payable at the office of
tho Waterworks in tho Kspuniwa
-Tho statute allowing no diaerelion,
htrict enforcement of this cUumi will
01IAS. Ii. WILSON,
Supt. Hon. Waterworks.
Honolulu,. Juno lfi, 18W.
I DIVIDEND of Tlueo (8!0 Dollars
J.X. per sliaro will be paid to tlm
stockholder of Wilder' 8t.ainb! Co.
a, their olilruln this elt', on SATUR
DAY, June M, luSH).
S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, .tune 20, 1S90. 3!W 2t
A DIVIDEND of Threo (8a) Dollars
per Hbt'J-e will be paid to llic stock
holders of tbo Intcr-Iidiiiid Stonm Navi
gation Co. t their ofllco ou TIIURS
DAY, June -JO, 1800.
Jab. L. McLEAN,
IIouolulu, June 1, 181-0. D8J St
'r rjc jft
TIIUUSDAY, JUxSE 26, 1800.
liccatHu of a good ileal of talk
6utd to liavo been lceently indulged
iu rebpecting constitutions, the Ad
vertiser professes to have taken
trouble io Institute ' sero-ch, with
tho result of discovering a docu
ment which It has published.
Wherever the document emanated
from, it bears internal evidence of
not bi'iag intended as ft burlesque.
One cf its most prominent defects,
apparent at a glance, is, that !t la
more "legislative" than "consti
tutional." SUMPTUARY LAWS AND THE
Allow me briefly to refer to the
writings of W. A. Hammond, M.
D., upon the above subject, to
which you have so kindly directed
the attention of our Legislature Iu
your issue of the 19th inst.
It is a thing to ba regretted that
writers of Sir. Hammond's stamp,
should not aim more to enlighten
their readers than Mr. Hammond has
done in this cascjudging from what
von have Riven us of his writing on
"Sumptuary Laws." Ho uses the
woul Luberiy in such a sense that
1 am led to exclaim-with the martyr,
'Oh, Liberty, what ciimes are com
mitted in thy name I"
Mr. Hammond's declarations
sound pretty, being uttered iu the
defense of personal liberty, but
when stripped of their coloring, they
don'l sound so pretty.
In that countrv. where the "wick
ed cease from troubling," etc., where
"every man in every place shall
meet a brother and it friend,"
neither sumptuary nor criminal laws
will be necessary," and the greatest
personal liberty could be allowed.
But in this world, where men will
murder, rob and steal, gel drunk,
quarrel, fliiht and kill when drunk,
sumptuary and criminal laws are
both necessary to set bounds to per
sonal libcity and set up in its place
civil liberty, and thu protect the
lives, the property and the happi
ness of the people from the personal
Mr. Hammond has quite over
looked civil liberty, which is the
safeguard of society, in his zeal for
pergonal liberty, the only danger
that society has to fear. In this de
generate woi Id, a hermit or a wild
man of the mountains, that never
visits the haunts of men, is the only
one that can safely be trusted with
personal liberty, savo perhaps the
man that is willing to "do as he
would be done by." Neither civil
libcity nor the rights of others need
be considered by the hermit who
never visits the haunts of men. At
home be can get drunk, go naked,
nm his horse, shoot rifle ball around,
etc., but dowti here iu thu streets of
Honolulu, where "civil liberty"
reigns, ho is not allowed to exeicisc
any of those pergonal libeity antics.
Our "personal liberty" is so
hampered by "civil libeity" in Hono
lulu that we are not permitted to
build a wooden house ou some
htrccts, nor a flue brick house in the
street, nor to burn an old diseased
shanty, nor dig holes in the streets
without permission. But the hermit
iu the mountains could build and
burn his house, or spend his useless
life digging holes; no one would
object. In thu exercise of peisonal
liberty, where there is no one to get
hiirt, you may throw around your
leaded fists with the skill of a prize
fighter, but you undertake that same
thing in a .crowd, knocking Foiue
sprawling, mashing the ear off one
and the nose off another, etc., no
plea of personal libeity would save
you. Civil liberty would bind you
hand and foot and for a time at least
put an end to your personal libeity.
Mr. Hammond would not feel like
arguing up personal liberty, for a
time' at least, if he happened to be
one that was hit. Yet drunken men
often have both wounded and killed
iu their "personal libeity" fights.
But Mr. Hammond tays they must
not be deprived of their personal
libeity by law, because that would
bo "incompatible with that degree
of freedom of will and of action
which is inseparable from thu indi
vidual In all communitleii, founded
upon what wo call liberty." Even
in civilized communities, men can
enjoy the fullest pcrconal libeity if
they only do the right thing, but
when they interfere with the light
of otheis Mie3' run, against the civil
law and their personal liberty Is
Tho business of the policH and
other ciiiniual couits, thu drinking
women and the dmukoii men thai
arc seen hero, ought to admonish
legislators to enact boiiw wise ie
nlriclivc law which may check their
personal acts before they forfeit
their civil rights and get into piison.
Those now In prison are there be
cause they used their personal rights
loo freely. Would it not be tho
proper tiling to do, to restrict eueli
wild peisonal aet'i before their
authors j,ut Into piison. Such a law
would injure no one that did right,
and restrain only the possible wrong
doer. ('Civil liberty" would not be
intereied with and "persoual liber
ty" only in wiong-doing.
One thiiiR more, Mr. Hammond
writes, "aad what i perhaps point i
of oven still greater importance,
they (sumptuary law) fail to ac
complish the object in view j and
being continually cvailen on one
pretext or another, lend to din.inieh
that icspcct for the maje.-ty of law
which all well-ordered citizens should
etiletlalii." Mr. Editor, don't you
think that that passage Is n disgrace
to the one thai penned it, To thlnl:
that a learned professor should
plead ngnitixt the passage of laws
because they would be evaded, when
he knows all laws are more or less
The criminals in Oahtt prison arc
there because they have btuken the
laws against murder, robbery and
other crimes. Yet thc3e laws havo
existed almost since the dawn of
time, and they arc yet evaded, mid
for that reason, Mr. Hammond would
say, should never have been enacted.
Thut la, there should be no sump
tuary -laws to restrain crime, nor
criminal laws to punish crime, as
they will be "continually evaded,
which brings them into disgrace.
That is Mr. Hammond's logic as
viewed bv Jno. M. Hoiuneu.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE FSiEKD.
In last Monday evening's issue
the ''Editor of the Fiiend" 1ms ex
celled bis record. He has descend
ed lower than was thought poisiblu
by his friends. His soi ailed ie
joinder to the Bishop of Olba is sim
ply a denial ot the statements mnde'
by him with legiuil to I'tiilier JJa
mien. "1 am bigoted," "I am un
charitable." "J attack the chatacU-r
of a dead man" these are accusa
tions supposed tn have been made
by youf recent ooirespondeuts, and
every one is true.
The editor says he has not utter
ed one word of disparagement
against, what in elegant English he
tirms the "R. (J. Church." Who
ever said or wrote so'' Ilia panrgciic
on the "IS. C. Church" is out of
place, unseemly, and for it we ate
Tito editor has himself canonized
Damicn. His dungaree pants and
raii.-soiled casiock aie to us. Iil;e
unto the burnished harness of some
mighty Archangel, full panoplied
against the day of b.tttle, computed
to tho broadcloth mid flue linen of
his accusers, which aie us lags.
Who asked the editor to speak
for (tie Roman Catholic priesthood
in the matter of Damleu'o canoniza
tion? That will be settled when all
of us are in the realms of forgelful
uess. Mr. Editor of the Friend, you
deem it ncccsary to point out that
the "poor man" (niciiiing Damicn)
died of an infectious disease. In
view of his sendees, did you antici
pate long life to him, iu health?
Surely not. "You would only pie
fer to say good of Damien." Why
did yon say anything not good?
"His deluded English worshipper1'
Hiid "l'rauduliut pedestal," would
never have been written had you
been in a proper slate of mind, and
are gratuitous itisitlls to your
You gTon say yon have been
rcsurvut, ilen'cognizant of the
grosiest facts alleged,1'. mid that the
(ielenders of our lather and brolhei
"ate participants in a fi ami of no
ordinary criminality," and that you
wisli the dead buiied. We icgtet
you have low end ourself to wtite
at above; and only observe, you are
in no position to speak for Catholics,
and we deny you the right to speak
for good i'lOt'.atanis. You advise
us to let thu subject drop. We
shall not till you and olhcis agree
ing w tilt you retire from open un
christian hostility. We me afraid
you hae become iitsty, "having
need of nothing" you arc "puffed
up" and have become one of 'those
sad beings, who are but spiiitual
fossili in the btiata of God's king
dom : who havo forgotten eternal
veiilies, and have no desire to again
commit them to memury.
Had Diitnieu been a Mohamme
dan we would have piayed that he
might have one of the best, seals in
the heaven of Islam, but being a
Christian we only seek for him a
place like unto thai Lazarus occu
pied, when he left the rich man's
We havo no feeling b Uof pit' for
Dr. Hyde ami tho Editor ot the
Kiieiid.' Wc believe them to be
wandeilng in path trodden by their
progenitors iu the dark ages of the
world. i Avn-liioor.
Following is the programuio of
thu Kumehameha school to be held
this evening in Kawaiahao chuich,
at 7: UO o'clock:
Music rather of .Mcnles. . II. KelitnliU
Dcclaunitluii Than itopiW... Kauh.iti)
liicltatlitu A Vow Kiddles. .Four Hoys
Joiiip(ltl(iulltoiiu lioyc.. C, BlaKu
Itcelliiilen Why home lilnla Hop...
Giro Club I'lecre of the N'lght. . .
Ftaclion ou i'ho.
Kecltation Co-i osh S Toyo
Lompo-ltluii iiy Year In Caipunt v
U. i:. King
Ulackboaid I'.xoulwi. In I'oumati-hlp
MiihluMiiiiu'riiig llnioklet sihuinaiiti
Deel nialiuii I.lbuity .. W. Xauaulo
Indian lub Kxi.'H'Ki;-)
Composition Tho llnr.u Alupa
Glee Club-Hull I uwall l.Un
Our Artists at Worl;.
Paper Tho Katnehauieha f-uiiiliicl.. .
Mmlu -Tho Mnrv'lous Work .. iinyihi
Deelai.iatlon Oljllgatloun of Young
.Men W . Itathi.mii
Diiiliuuitloii-Knljeit of .Sicily.. T. llano
Olio Club Now tho Uay is Over . . .
.'ioiMMiiiM, ,.. . jjutnuy
r.w w izj of ji tcLsaiita 'nmz
rdj :-.: -.i
l'RlDAY, Juno "7lli.
AT 10 OTIiOCIt A. 31..
f will sell at Public Auction, it uiv
Salesrooms, for account of whom ft
Jl.ii'aul 3V Hum. 1 A it:
2 Urates Kajolioa & Earthen
P-lIghtly damaged by llie and watei ex
Jihlp "ltoirowd.ilo" from Llveipool to
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JL.73VV1S J. LEVEY,
"SO 2t Auctioneer.
Ily oidei of the Bradley & Hubbard
Mg rn., of .Mci Wen, Conn , I will sell
at 1'ublle Auction, at my Salesrooms,
On Fill I AY, Juno 27th,
,Vr 11 O'CLOCK A. 31 ,
i ant piuitni
Fienrli regulator movcninnt, very hand-
some ii'id of best worKinuiHlilp
and enlhely new.
J.I2W1S J. IJ5VEY,
Acctica Sales by Jams F. Scan.
NOTICE of SALS !
I'li-suiai 'o ao'ico of h.tcutlou to
fnnnlos't ilitii in iitgng, mtvlo by Mm
Rosltia K .V-uiuku ami Diiil Mimikit,
her liunlifiai, Mri Katm'in Kutiliftll.
Mm lift liu Avtr-tnml K M. 3i illm &
Oo , lo t'li'ir u" H iJlsho'), J iUd II. luy
and Samuel U. Djinoit, doiie; buInes
under tl.e ii 'nm of fSi.-unp . t.'o, tinted
J.inti'.ry 1 1 t'", ' muled in Llbar 121,
p Jiffs li ' H, m (1 of Hie nowui of ftsle
nuUtlu"!! in "lid Mortgage. ZnoiIco Is
hereby k'V .lux
On THURSDAY, July 3rd,
AT 10 'CZttCU A. St..
The mi r vjgco t'Trcin name t tr 1 1 '. ? !1
at I'u'i If .Vicuoii, at 'he pirintcs
l u.i'eoi Kitii: Ft eo', ntrtily , pj-iie
'!m aa'i Itm.w.i) JLit.piH knoctn ih l.e
BAY ViiSW RESORT,
i mm k m
itliel ta s-.!d rtnrtgtge, Cf.ra.
Of said i. o mi Iv Mna'sn, Divlil M.i.
UiUu an I 1' M Fn t V -1 1 A' '"o .
Hulr floh I'uir- ."o ' :c ', I llu!
Cenui iMIilo.i, -1 fj jjh t'Ja'.'.lelia-j,
li.dbttitdi & .' tin .jr.,
Mk Walsit Wariraliifi,
Sttitfs Picture;, I'u ut It i I.e., D .or
Km It.ilpuN. Mi nulr i We;j,
FVuiivr IMl iws, Cim.ili!-,
a Very 'Vuloultlo
LARGE UK C&LABASnES,
iIImuiIiO acly t'olfihcil;;
Center A S'ifa It ig", 1 Fancy lit, 1 1 o.bii
D.-ei-ini; Ito- in B-t,
1 Fine Pirlor tit, 1! li.-cosj Pn .ry
fJIU Miiror, Vjjcc. Raos,
Fiao Dinner Sol, SOOTi.csa;
Furniture & Fixtures
In Iii." Vlow Hi'9) I, eurnji U.
Sliufilo P.d.iril, "onlini: ley fr.-tit,
"t irnlf to Tiiii;, Ltmpi, ('li.inv,
C.'ioukerj & Tab.u ruryiiiurr,
1 Poo! Tabic, 1 Billiard Table,
Shooting O'alhty "nt'flt, .St fi,
Ktc, Kte, l-.tc, K'o.
J AS. F. MOIIOAN,
.1. A Maooov, Aitotipy. Ji-Ofii
Meotltif? of S((K!khUlM'i.
NOTfOK N hereby given that a spe
cial meeilng or tho ftoekhohlers
of tlm Oaliu K.tlfwiiy & Laud Co. will
bo held at the ulllce of tliu Coinpauv on
TIIUJWUAY, .Inly 17tli, 1MK). at it
o'cloek f. M., for the purpose of neeejit
ing tho road i run tho contractor, and
amending tin b.v-lawJ.
"" Hi' onior of tho President.
W. G. Arittf.KY,
MO td Seei etmy.
rPWORilght and Polite Voting Men
( to woi I; on the Bwliebbomd of tho
Mtitiiiil Telephone (Jo. Apnlv to
C. 0. JlhKGKK,
i"31 tf Setiotaiy.
AG'KLiodn light l.ousswoih and
in looU utter , eotipbt of chllilien.
None whhout being woll ri commended
need tipply. Call on Mis. O. O. llerger,
comer JJeietaula iitul Puuahou stiectn.
iZWAiiffiXXviiaM, itWjiPu RtkK'HJH
i Hi fvvAAir"' -Z&"xirmY,iMmiru n'j'm h rc U El MM 7
mMmmnmMm IMS a IB la
ItlOSIARD A. McUUBDY, IVcaidont.
tUf Pov full particulars apply to
g5. 33. 33KOSXS,
Dcc-24-SI General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
w 3 BSKLralV
TtlUL. oi FA RE j
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate &. Milk,
Bteaka, Chop?, Flub, 17am & Egpu,
p. fu f
TAHITI : LEM
Sole Proprietors of
Ginger Al. Hon AIb, Greiiuliii, Mmii Sarsejarl, Mineral Ws, Etc,
t Al coimuuuScnf !on9
4UAMa27UAiSJMHHkC"VI tK VTISCmil 10
Macleir For Sals !
The following Machinery forniltiL'
p:ut of the Mar Mill Plant will bo ?nld
at pnlilic miuloii e.t an eml.v data unlo.-s
disponed of previously Uy private ?alo
Patties delioii3 of ))uicbtMiiany por
tion of this Machinery can tet piirrl
eul.tri and pi Ices from thcuuuei''sliK'd:
1 OGO Bffill 0,
1 fiUAiJ Mill il UUt
f pare Gear Wheel & Pinion;
1 lGxafi irncinc, fparo Gear Wheel
C MtUnlu ChilCeri wl'h Flttlns 4
1 Jnieolleatur.lt ft. lung 12 In. dia
2 hi. V. I. ClfiintnK Pan?. 0x12x2.7;
1 07 fiunble Kffeet, coniploto With
1 8x20 Galloway Biiler, coinpiste;
1 fixlG Tuhulnr BoPcr, rotnp'etej
1 Suj;av Car K hi. W I., 40 Is3.4 ;
1 Sugar Cooler. 8x5.0x20;
1 Sugar Cooler, i! 05 CxiO;
2 Sugar Cooler. 4x5 (1x20;
1 Tank Kb' W. I .7 0x20x12;
1 hleiiui Pump, 4 discharge;
1 No. 0 BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Ill'ilio Pump', '. discharge;
l.I.athe, 20 chuck 12 it. loug, bed;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 K.drbank-t Platform Sctles, 20x28;
Mill Iiulldltvjr, 40x150x21; and Holler
Shed, all cov. with Corrugated Iron ;
Fire lirlck. also a largo assortment of
2nd Hand CoekH, Valves, Piping,
Tor Star Mill Co . Kohiiln, Hawaii.
Electricity is Life !
MANY persons ibid a tnodurato ap
plication of Electricity UeiieOehil.
Eleetilelty bomet lines curei andneailv
always benellts Jtlieiiinathui, Neiualgl i.
Indigestion, Etc.. and acta like a totilo
and very bcuellelal iu c.isj of Gener.U
Debility. Go to
On Quoen Street,
And get an Electilc .Shock by (flopping
a (i'C'di In the slot. Con be leguhited
to suit the delicate ai wellas thuatioug.
Thcio U also one of thefn Electric
Mni'hlue) at Young Nap's, corner of
Ring and Bethel atnetg. 571 I in
Ssilo of Fancy Artlclca !
riWEKE will bo a Ffdo of Fancy Avtl
i cloi. chlelly IlHwallin, lit Quern
En ma Hall, on FltlDAY. July 11,
18.0, for tho bopeflt of that Institution,
ltilioshuivuts will bo iwved. Ml td
ISSUED BY THE
TSTJXJj6k.JS O rJ?XltTSJHJrJ?.
- ALWAYS OK 1IAKD AND TO OBDER
.Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
And will bo DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any
from 11:30 n.
' o "-
-ann-" rlmm - SODA
uiul ordtis elioufd bo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Ilavius reniovvd iu.- SODA WOEE3 to uioro commodious quatter.' at
'. 29 IOirS.rJ(? JSTjaESET,
(Near tho Custom Uouso)
We aio now pupated to furninh at c-hort notice, and of primo qualil)', any
of tba foHowiug High Class Aerated Beverages:
M, BW88U . LemsD, uirawDsrry v Greasi-K,-
ii'maaparilia, Sarsapfirilla & Iron "Water, and Cr.nb
Apple Oidor. ,-
Uclne exciutively tha HYATT TURE WATER SYSTEM. "
FiaURED INDIA SILKS !
THE LAHGEST and MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
E& No- 2 PiiUerns alike. Faehionablo Drefsmaklng upntaiis J&f
Witliout a Rival iu Price & Quality !
One-third' the Prioa of the Royal I
Evory Housekeeper Should Use It !
&" A Baving of 33 Ter Cent iu Cost and Quality the Very Beat. J$3
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
ucmdv nAUia st, rm
Dr. A. B. CARTER
TYAS romovrd bin odlco to No, 83
J. Ileretanla, lietwcen Fort and
Xuiiami streets Oflleo hotii; OtSOto
11 A. M , and 3 to 4. and 7 to 8 p, M.
Mutual TlpUB No. 3U3. 870 lm
part of tho city. &$
Rtewi?, Soused Pig'ti Feet, Etc
& IRON WATTfR,
m. to 1 p. m. 2s3I
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Iadiug Millinery Houto, Corner Fort ,$; Hotel tj.
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Iflandn.
Dr. A. LUTZ
Wn.L havo ofllco bonis from 8 to'n
a. M. and 4 to 5 i. m., at No. 88
Borotaula, between Fort and Nuunuu
etrcta. Mutual Tflcphoua Xo. ass
U W, 70 Itn
' , .At lL'h)e ''w',Cl I k4a- Vti ' it "&&&'. 1 V..'
iUW'Air.V,. , t $ ' K