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lUIly BUULKJ'XM.lN ; .HUJNOJLUJLU, B. 1, OCTOBER 18 WW).
IY AUTHOR! (7.
Uy virtue ol the authority in me
esttd by the ConMltutinn and the
Statutes ol this Kingdom ami deem
ing it essential to Mm promotion of
justice, 1 do heieby oulei that the
llegular Teuu of the Third Judicial
Circuit to be held ut Waiohitiu, Kau,
Hawaii, on the llit Thur.-day nf
September, 1800, mid by mi- post
poned until Monday, the loth Sep
tember, be and the same ii hereby
further pustpcru-d until MONDAY,
the 17th day of NnvPinWr, 1M10, at 9
o'clock A. -M.
,-s Witties- ins liiitut mid
) the soul of the Supreme
S Or in it,
a. v. .umn.
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Hkntsy Smith, Clerk.
Tcuilers tor School llousus.
Tenders will be leeeivrd ;it the
ililieo of the Board of lCdievntion mi
tiVTUESDAY, the 2Ut hist., at I'J
o'clock noon, for building; and com
pleting a school house., with two
rooms,, at Ivuuluwela, near School
htreet, in this District ; amt for' an
addition to the school linnet? tit Wiii
kikikai. Plans .ind speoilieationf may he
n-en at the Oll'tcc of the lloaul of
Education, in the tiou-rnmeiit build
The Board does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
W. .IAS. "SMITH,
Education Ofliee, Oct. II, ISM.
T 1 1 10
Pli'iiifil to neither Seel not thirty,
lint eitabliihril tor the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1890.
This morning a resolution was
introduced into the House to have
the Editor nf the llut.i.rri.v appear
Defore a special committee to an
swer enquiries concerning a commu
nication published on the 15th inst.,
i effecting upon members of the Leg
islature. We are glad this resolu
tion has been adopted, as it will give
the Huli.eti.v nn opportunity to ex
plain to the committee the appear
ance of an unfortunate paragraph
which by mishap slipped into our
columns. It is needless to sny fhe
Bulletin does not indulge in and
cannot, therefore, endorse the senti
ments complained of.
The Legislature is proceeding
with its late repentance toward
economy in a most unsystematic
and inconsiderate lashion. There
.surely ought to be some parity on
the score of dignity alone between
the salaries of different heads of
bureaus. More should there be
iconic consideration, if any distinc
tion be allowed, for the degrees of
labor and responsibility. Then; is
no head of a bureau who ib charged
single-handed with the care of more
impoitant and valuable property
than the Superintendent of Water
Works and Clerk of the Market.
Nor is, there any oflicial with duties
more onerous. He is liable, to bo
called up any lionr of the night to
prevent a water famine from acci
dent, or to superintend the supply
of water to quench a threatened
conflagration. I:i short, he has no
hours, but is on duty, virtually, at
all hours. Apart from all consider
ations of the man, which should
never be entertained in Axing a
salary, it is hardly consistent under
the cirouiiuslniices that this nfllclal's
salary .should have been out down
below those of other heads of bu
reaus nntl even below those of chief
A TRAMP'S LUCK.
A run through Hilo District to
llumakua shows nomo hot Hide roads,
I -found n great many places impas
sable, unil lliey suy It has been thai
way for the lust ten yearn, TIiiiin
ton tulmlnlHtraiinn ami nil. lu
ilwige Win Unfnrnim did nothing
in remedy IliN (.Into of affulih, If
i'ftti lid); why ihfi Iloiul Jloitnl tlnu'l
ill) o, hliy taxpayer will It'll yoil all
(lei llnaril pare for, U in rojwlr lit
front nf ihmrimn PluniwiiniiN to uh
iliiiy en!) tfia iiniiinil In thiilr imr
iMimi, or tli U ii inin llllii, uml ilio
ittflof U win gu In Jiiilnliri, f lliii
Ufli'flJ'UuJJiiil would unly 1,hdi m
MWIi MUX toUjuM mui. in nkm,
Wik flfljpw at fljju m wJCrUavi
gmtam H m i mi iwwt
tho material Ib not Alongside when
they are working, they give it up
and refuao to cart from a distance.
Hurry up your cantoniers; anything
for a clmnge we can't be worse off
I found along the iwt n bitter i
feeling against those who had been!
the means of defeating the Hilo
Steamship subsidy bill. Teople I
here can uiutrrstatu.1 why Honolulu
should Intel, against them, but they
did not think that someol their own
people were opposed to it. They
have since found the true inwardness
of the matter, aud that is. Ibe tuau-atrer-i
of two of our leading planta
tions hold two-thirds of the shares
in the several schooners tunning here
from San Franelseo. They hae
done even thing in their power to
opposed It. It shows a bad state of
ulfulis when the tuei chants here and
others for that matter are at the
merry of thee plnutets. It the
steamer hauls nif it leaves the
merchants in a pilikia, as they all
tigieed to give their freight to the
steamer. The steamer may keep on
running, MibMily or no subsidy, it's
to be hoped.
Lit hiding is over on all the planta
tions along the coast. The crops
have beeu huge. A great change
has taken place along the coast the
last ten year. There is one con
tinuous line ol sugar cane from l'mi-ka-i
to Laupahoehoe, and about all
the land that can be planted has
been put in cane. A large amount
of rain h:i fallen. Ilnkalatt tiiilHi
is Dante's Inferno! Why the Gov
ernment lias allowed the plantation
company here to keep their railroad
track down the middle of the Gov
ernment road i" beyond the compie-hen-ioiMit
man. I started down the
pali, but soon found myself and
saddle on the horse's neck, and eon
eluded it would be a wise plan to
dismount and walk. Hut, such a
walk, ye Gods! If this slate of
affairs existed in any other country
you would soon see a vigilance com
mittee organized and a few choice
spirits dangling in space. I found
after getting down that the ascent.
on the other side was just as bad,
if not worse, but at last succeeded,
and after a rest proceeded on my
tramp to Mauna Loa another terror.
I mauaged to get out safe after the
loss of one horse shoe.
This district is sparsely settled.
Nothing but cane as far as the eye
can see. It was dark when I ar
rived at Laupahoehoe Gulch. There
being no hotel in the place I took
pot luck with a Chinaman who keeps
a store. After a night's rest, 1 be
gan to look atound me. They tell
me this is the jumping off plncn
for the Island of Hawaii. 1 believe
them, for a more desolate spot you
cannot find outside of Honokaa.
There was a time when Laupa
hoehoe was a great shipping port
for pulti, hides, cocoanuts and okole
hno, and parties reier to twenty
years ago and tell you how the Leg
islature tried to introduce water
pipes from the hill into the gulch,
and how the people kicked against
it. as encroaching upon their peroga
tive. There is a shanty here they
call a courthouse, away off on the
rocks near the entrance to the har
bor. Sometimes the sea breaks in
and drives the judge, witnesses,
penal code, and other work of art,
high and dry inland. What's the
matter with Laupahoehoe that her
member don't ask the Legislature
for an appropriation for a new court
house. The deputy sheriff here is a jolly
good fellow who attends to bis bus
iness right up to tho handle, when
there, is any to do ; the balance of
the time he kills in reading Count
Tolston's latest, and milking a razor
After leaviiiK Laupahoehoe you
come to a new country, good roads
and bridges. The plantations look
so different from those in the Hilo
district. Here everything is in apple-pie
order, no broken down gates
and fences, dilapidated houses, and
half-starved cattle, but a new order
of things, making you think ot your
country farms back East. At Hor
ner's plantation the crops are look
ing fine. Gates, fences, and houses
in fine condition, making this old
tramp think of "llomeSweetllome."
A DUBIOUS CONSENT.
Will you allow me to quote from
your "esteemed" contemporury, the
Friend, a statement which was hid
den away In remarks of others. It
is not entirely true, or at least it
conveys u false impression to those
who are not conversant with all tho
'That the Constitution of 1887
was generally acceptable to the peo
ple Is clearly shown by the prompt
acceptance on the pari of the nation,
ami the fact that every voter In the
country immediately swore to sus
tain it.'" There is 'soiiiu reason to
doubt tho above assertion ami espe
cially the inference. As soon ni
that " broadside" which is culled a
Constitution wiik allowed to be Is
sued from (hi) press by those who
had vaulted Into IIkj Cabinet sai).
Ilns, very few who iciul rufniliieil
from tnlilii inceplloiiH lo Hi Injin.
iluii. It (fiiittiliicil mm rnlctiiiilii-f
uliiiun- llii' iriiviitoii for iiiinil
mt'iiis, Tlu lhi i'irlliuii-iiii I'oulil
tmklly luivo i'ihii nn ii few u( lib'
ninil iUKt'Hl "iii 1'iul mi lime v
luiilml Hid ijiilkHiiiim uml ovnn ihc
QUltll'IlM UliJl llllVi' ttjllllll)ll ll 111!'
UQth ) ut 111 "I imilluiijeiil ilii) iiwili.
Iliu Lo feijUifV m fiiiJiliiiJ yml tuuli
il iBiiui' illy mm iflii
miwti Ui' yii'iuiuu an iir
demands to two ambitions
There would be moru hope of sa- I
tisfnetory relict, from the present
session, If its much promised am- i
endments were tint so slow to come,
timing their nrtival at the very end
of a long aud not specially harmo
nious term. i
'PI... l..t... II. . il .. f..l .!. ,..A... I
Ihc clulm thin the fact that every j
voter "swote to sustain it," and so
its neeeplamlitv i proved, would be i
ridiculous, if It'weie not put forward !
No man could vote
utiles? he "swote" and 1, for one,
hV'sitated long befote qualifying. 1
had been disfranchised for tio fault
uf my own, ha.l been relegated to
the class of the Cninese who are not
competent to vote, to the rani: ot
hundreds of Portuguese, who had
just anlved lu the countiy-rrneu
who had never paid a tax, and had
to borrow from. their employeis the
evidence that n tux hud been paid
Not wishing to be left "a man
without a country" oiihmittcd to
the injustice, but if there had been
any way by which I could have re
gained my native allegiance instead,
l would lm e Miught that way, even
at the cost of us much lidicule as
was heaped on John Ittcord, our
first Attorney-General, and author
of the Act to oiganizcthe Executive
Depart taunts, lie had taken the
oath of allegiance, as men did in
those days, and had not crept into
otllce by virtue of a certificate ot
denization which hy the way is his
invention. After serving the King
and the new Government as faith
fully and ably as few have, done, he
wished to be absolved ot his o.ith ou
leaving the. country, which the King
granted, and the opposition pre
tended to be amused.
If it be, as some are fond ot as
serting, that no one has been wrong
ed, many feel the injustice neverthe
less. Can you give any information on
these points? Where is the man who
tried to address the Rifle Constitu
tional Convention and was hissed
and hooted down ; and that other one
whose lriends warned and cautioned
him to keep awav from the meeting;
anil that other one who nobly and
bravely and at imminent danger of
arrest perhaps violence stood
shoulder to shoulder with a faithful
few in withstanding a great wiong,
designed and accomplished bv a
strong-willed King. X.
THAT CORNER SfOHE.
Emroit Bulletin :
Since yesterday, a "broadside"
printed three years since litis turned
up, and this expression is used in
the third paragraph :
"Therefore J, , as Sov
ereign of this Kingdom, and as the
Representative ol the. People here
unto by them duly authorized and
empowered, do annul and abrogate
There we have the corner stone of
our Bill of Rights, which is neither
Republican, Democratic, nor lit for
an enlightened constitutional mo
narchy except for its lust provision,
that providing for its amendment.
In regard to this, "if 'twere well
'twere done, 'twere well it were done
A territory applying for admis
sion to the American Union with our
franchise for one class of voters, and
a franchise and a half for another
would be left out in the cold, to its
When the President of the Unit
ed Slates went home to Buffalo to
vote, his coachman voted with him,
using the same ballot boxes. A
man in the country with 15. 00 per
month, and its expenses, is as eafe,
intelligent, and conservative as his
male in the city with 850.00 and his
expenses. This session of Parlia
ment shows very few aye and no
divisions, but if any one will take
the trouble to cut out the names
and leave off the distinguishing
titles of "Min.," "Noble" and
"Rep." it would be impossible for a
stranger to designate who had been
sent up by trustworthy voters, and
who by the "mud-slll9." X.
rpUK annual meeting of tlie .stocU
JL holders of thu Walunae Co. will
be held ut the ofliee ol 11. A. Wlde
munn, on MONDAY. Oct. 20th, at !)
o'clock a. m. C. O. KKftGEIt,
CS.'! !lt .secretiirv.
'"pilK annual meetlne; of the stock-J-
holders of the Honokaa Kiu-ar Co,
Will be held on WHDXKSDAV, the
22nil Inst., ut 10 o'clock a. si,, at the
olllcu of P. A. 5(.'haefer X Co.
r,lli; iiuuuiil uieniliiK of the stock
X holders of the Pueblo biu-itrMlll
will be held on THllthOAY, the 23iU
Inst., at 10 o'clock a. m.. nt. tlw ollli.e of
P. A. Sehonfer ,v Co,
lis; -Jt r'eni'laty,
AN opptirtiuiUy ol buying mi Intmv.i
In Halite imull hiiiliMMi! itjliibllyhud
In lloiioliiliu ,ililuw, m iiniu builiiuw
unil piirllcuMin, biliii,M," Hi'ji.iriiH
niili!.., M lw
KilMU An' TWllI
Auction Sales liy Lewis J. Levoy,
Itv onfei ot W. f. I'ml.-c, nssljuee of
the b.itilatipt etr; nf .1. A. Dower, I
...111 ....II ...',.. .1.1!.. 1 .....!..
"I" Sfll HI I UUJII' iVUi'll'Ml. Ul OIL" VMUV-
,J01I,ft of ,,, lianUll,pt QlIcen Btreot,
t,eiow um-ish Mm Let,
n ,mvrv . v
.IT 1M UTMKti HS,
Ship's Knees & Timbers
Pat Iron Holler. Ship Spars. Long
Timbers, Kmplv Bimels, Steam Hol
ler (lunge ,v Wlil-ilo. Maud Cart,
Tool I'liest". Wire ope. lTiewnml,
Gal. Taut, boat Unol.', p'u It Level?,
Hsmmgcrt Unco liout,
l Xew Boat, pntt'y built; Hound .1 Flat
Uar Iron, Splkci & holt". Hemp &
Manilla Hope. Drawing HonitK
Saws, llatiuners, Wieneues, Axes,
,ugcr.. blocks. Screws t Nulls,
One tiiirgc 2trilUii Iiiehsno.
With 22 bit nnil kejs; etc , etc.
rr.it ics i'Ai it.
IiiSWl: .1. LBVliY.
6s.. 3t Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James P. Morfcin.
.AUCTION SALE OF
ProDerty at Pearl City
ltv order of the OAIIU RAILWAY A.
' LAND CO. 1 will -ell nt Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29tb,
AT O'OliOrit V. M..
A limited number of those de-liwblc
Bull Lois at Pearl cm
Thi' Company have expended "JL'0,000
to pioouie an" ample supply of pun
mountain water, i csultlng in the com
pletion of two liirgc IJe.irviIis with
.storage of ncailv 2.000,000 aallons.
brum u ui-tnuiiting Ieervoir with a
capacity of 700.0110 gallon, at an eleva
tion oi luu icet unove sea level, water
has be.en laid along hclma Avenue to
the Pearl Oily Depot in a 0-iiieli Oast
Iron Pipe, from which w.iter will be
supplied by thu Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself in the
Deeds to carry purchasers nnil their
families ami 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 9 years fiom the date
These ppeelalHiite of Faie will be
transferable with the propeity during
tiie term named in (lie Original Deed.
Trains will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
City. Tralii" will reach Honolulu at
0 : 1C and S or 8 . 15 uml 1 1 :50 a. in . leave
Honolulu tor Pearl i itv and way Sta
tions at 8:15 a. m and 1:13 anil i to
1:110 aud 3:15 to 5:30 p. m. subiect how
ever to such changes as may be from
time to time found necessary for the
convenience of the public or business
interests of the Company. Evening
Truins will alto be urn whenever there
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where Ihc most
charming view can he had from the
veranda of cottage or mausioii, can
obtain lots fronting on l.ebua, Jlaile or
Woodlawn Avenues; this ij :i moot
charming locution for residences, as (ill
ayree wTio have tsken the trouble to
walk up l.ebua Avenue above the Ewa
Court l!oue. As a health, resort, a
better .situation cannot be found. To
assist seftler.s, the lol'owing easy terms
are offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 years,
Willi Interest al 7 Per Crnl.
Thus making it po-u-lblc for the most
limited in incaiin, to procuiu a line
healthy residence. Dii-tance is anni
hilated by lallwav communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
reach Honolulu in less time than it
takes to come from WniklM by the
oidimiry means of travel, while the ex
pense for a pen-on will not be more
than live cents per day greater than the
present cost of travel to Walkik! by
Xow Is your time to prociuo
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prlcos lower than they can ever be
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If yon do you will live to rpioio tho
"hinil sight'"' saylncs we m otteu hear
from people who had a chauco to buy
the whole of Kuliiokiihim Plains for a
song, hut they dldti'l! A woul to tho
wUo l Sllllll'lulll.
Kflr.Mupsof the Luis can he een at
the olllccs of the Paclile Hardware Co.,
Hawaiian Sews Co,, and T. (i.'J'Iniim's,
and at my tSaliMioom, Honolulu, wlunu
all lui'lhur Infnrimiiioii can hu obtnlued,
JAB, F. SIOItCMN,
H iliu Aiiclhuieiir.
NOT! (J IU
i. riiiiiii i in nu in
rliiiliiil iliu lnipiiriiiiii mijik'urnuili
l wbhth lm lm hu
wiiuui a lliii uwi i nusuuii ii
luvpuiMtl iu ituwhu iiuiilli oil lifliajo
s trr mu
ill II 1 II fiL
18KA A. McOl'KlDY, I'lcstdoot.
cut' For full particulars apply to
. .B-3- JUOSSSfiiJ,
Dec-2-1-811 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LINOMiU.M, CAKPK T & RUGS,
I HON BEDSTEADS.
TRUNKS & VALISES.
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES, w
Rui'isone OH" ALOIIA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware
-I -A.TP.AJN 1L2: ELS -a-OOJLS$.,
FERTILIZERS: - OhlendorI' Dl-olved Peruvian Guano, Ohleniloif's Special Cane .Manure.
LON DON PU RPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Woims, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATORi-Ueioyo nil Noxious Weed? & Scrubs.
BAGS: Suj-sir, ltice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: r.mbracliur the latest Improvements In material and textuie.
Oaivnnized AVntov Pipe, CorriiKiite.il iron, Fence Wire, Pine Fittinir.s. Et.. "Eft
Shortly expected u
line line of
1itHmHt IC.1 IWtCJ.A'lIWi
Nimariii Strciil. 3.
In the new building, adjoining T.ove's
Bakery, wliero you can pio-
curo the choicest
Bc-'f, Mutton, Ton I, lork,
No. 1 Pork Sausnge, Smoke i Tnnguen.
Bcif San?3gx', Smoke Muttoo IIi'.hih,
EolognaSuussgc, Spiced hett,
GamanBauEtgo, drned Pork & Ueif.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
rr Your patronage is respectfully j
siilleiteii anu salilaeiton guaiauteeu lu
VVESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Boll Tole. 3G9 -VSaiw" Mutual Trie. 3G2
Hotel HI., : Honolulu,
J. II. F1SIIEK, Pi op.
Board aud Lodging, per week, (ac-
coidintr to location of rooms,..
510 00 to $12 00
Transient, per d ly '2 00
Table Board, per week 7 00
Single ileal;. CO
ESfVisitors will find this ono of the
most coin'ortublu and convenient bonnes
lu ilin city, tlie rooms being laige. light
and airy. Hot anil cold water balh-s.
.111 11 111 VIII vti-
I make a specialty of repablug lino
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,,
And miaraiilcc first-class work at
Hotel St., under the "Atllngton."
A FHESU LOT OP
HAY & GRAIN
-l"OU SALE HY
John F. Oolburn & Go.
VOll HAH rilANOIrit'O,
The A I HKt.iiu.lil)!
" A XT S T E A L I A,"
Will llHVtiiiiiobii loi'Uir nl.ovr
Friday, Out, 4thy
wi INuUM m l'l n, itjijil U)
ISKI'EI) HY THK
OP 7STTCW YORK
: : : :
t2 K JlV 9 H kSrfill fA ff II HH U4 E CH M
a irar m& nftmmiF
-vc-y ',.,!.? -afMyw
WELSH STEAM COAL,
1V1, plii.iu, No. no.-
fi.S a i
Uitvini; leased I lie stores in the brick building known ;m the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand.and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late lire, and beim
in lcceipl of New Goods per last steamer, and more on tho wav 1
am prepared to till all orders as before. Thanking the public' for
t lie liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, I
hope by piompt attention to all orders tonierita continuance of the
Mime. At tlie new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many now ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited aud faithfully executed.
Without a Kival in Price & Quality I
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should "Use It !
)r A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best, j
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
naving xemoved our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters M
To. 29 FORT TIJEGISI?,
CNear the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared to furnish at short notico, and of prime quality any
of tho following High CIiibs Aerated Beverages:
Plaii, Sweet, Lemon, SlraiteF or Gream Sofia.
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, aud Crab
Using exclusively tlie HYATT 1'UilE WATKlt SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
FOIir STRUCT. :;;::. HONOMTl,
.AtflkflL rPHI3 Dwelling and Ueauti
R?1 fl" Qtouiids helonging
&-2l& to II. Itlemensclmelderr on
I'liuchliowl street, Inqulro of
Wlw Y. O, SMITH.
r?UHNf6HKn Iloouis, sin
i uhi or in Milieu: ulxo
'17," Alnkuit slroi'i.
AVIillY Ciiinmih'iil itiul
liiuilriihlii (.'iittami inr
nUhml or iiiibiiiiMiml. ue.ir
Iliu ui hukiiiiiii uriiuiiii ,il .Mtiidkl ,p
at Mi'ii'liuiil uliei'i
J I liruUlMHl llnuiin, nyu
bjiijtwuui w)ik imrlur, ou
Tij;nt UMiir iHilw tfulbi
ttr iw MMght gMuauuvDi
Ui in uuiuiAJiii
SADDLERY & HAKNEhS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUBT SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, iiTO., nrr;., ETC.
RED BRIClv, ETC.
Cutters & Ismo Knives.
to tlilK Hade.
-P. O. Box H72.
""" -i.i "Willi Illiwrmn;
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
A HOUSE on Voting Nfreea
... '"' Thomas Hquuiv,
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