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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. X., OCTOBER la, 1880.
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New School Houses,
Tenders will be received at the
office of the Board ol Education until
THURSDAY, the 31st inst , at 12
o'clock noon, for the construction
and completion of School Houses
and additions at the undernamed
Au addition to the School Hoitbe
ut Kauluwela, -Honolulur 22x2012
eet 1 room.
A School House at Manoa Hono
lulu, UxSGxlO feet l,room.
A School House at Kaluaaha, on
the Island of Molokai, 20x30x12 (eet
Plans may tic seen at the office of
the Board of Education, where othei
information on the bubject may also
'By order of the Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Oct. 10, 1889.
379 31-110 It
atTg ?$u!Titf iw
JVetlftd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all,
FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1889.
The brandy makers of California
have a big scheme on hand, which
has considciable interest for Hono
lulu, but not 'affecting the local
temperance question. Brandy has
to be kept s'everal yeai s to age it
sufficiently for the market, but it
must pay, in the States, 90 cents a
gallon to the internal revenue within
three years. This is a very heavy
tax on producers with comparatively
binall capital, who cannot afford to
have the money locked up several
years. It is therefore proposed to
evade the tax on .California brandy
by having an immense warehouse
built at Honolulu, in which the
brandy would be stored in bond un
til it is ready to be marketed. The
building of the warehouse and the
storage fees here would be money
in private pockets and the public
THE TREATY MATTER.
Hon. H. A. P. Carter, Hawaiian
Minister to Washington, was inter
viewed by the Ran Francisco press
generally, on his arrival from hence,
on the matter of the repoited pro
tectorate treaty. The Chronicle re
ports him as saying that "there is
no treaty- under consideration at
all." The Ministry's conference
with him was to have" "settled once
for all thctalk prcvalent'in the isl
ands for years about the "United
States desiring to gobble up Ha
waii," and also "for rendering the
relations of the two countries more
intimate." "For this purpose,"
Mr. Carter said, "a'.series of articles
were drawn up for my private guid
ance in negotiating with the author
ities at Washington. This was not
a treaty, for the United States knew
nothing'whatever about it. It was
simply done so that if Mr. Blaine
Bhoiild desire to frame a treaty I
would know how far I could go."
Mr. Carter characterized it as
"simply ridiculous" to say that the
document in question was "a means
of annexing Hawaii to the United
.Status." So far from that, it ex
pressly guaranteed Hawaiian inde
pendence. He said the mas meet
ing against the treaty was due to a
"garbled account" that went ou.t.
"They were aeting in entire ignor
ance of )tho facts of tjie casey and
consequently their protest will make
no difference at all iu in' actions at
Washington." The Minister further
denied that there wa9 any coercion
need toward the King, and that there
was anything for the King to sign.
He also denied that ho was hacked
by Chief Justice Judd,and he did not
toeliove the Chief Justice knew of the
proposal. Moreover, he, Mr. Carter,
was not in favor of all points in the
memorandum. He did not desire
permission for American troops to
land, saying, "I think American
troops land there altogether' too
often as it is, and I would rather
have devised some means of check
"Apart from this," Mr. Carter
said in conclusion, "I believe if we
could make a treaty on these linea it
would restore tianquillity and put an
end to all, the foolish talk about an
nexation which has caused so much
MKfwIHH. flawm,-. 4 -- , ,. . -, fc Hfcn4L
San Francisco, Oit. 11, perS. S.
Fifteen thousand Knights Temp
lar paraded in Wablngton and were
reviewed by President Ilarriiou.
The troubles between Nicaragua
and Cobta Rica are reported settled,
and there is no fear about the caual
going on now. U.S. Minister Miz
uer has the credit for the reconcilia
The British War Office is enquir
ing into facilities for transpoitation
of tioops through Canada. This has
produced excitement and military
activity in Montreal.
TheAmerican Conference has as
asemblcd and is on an excursion.
Secretary. Maine's address of wel
come has made a good impiessiou
in South America us heard fiom by
The Inman S. S. City of New
Yoik was agiouud in the lower bay,
New York, 10th inst., and eleven
tugs had gone to her assistance.
She had 600 first and 175 second
cabin passengers and hundicds in
the steerage. The tugs were await
ing high water after fruitless effoits
to get the steamship off. Steerage
passengers had to be restrained
from lynching the pilot. The latter
said he had been seven years a pilot
ami this was his first accident. He
said he ran the vessel aground in
trying to avoid running down a pi
lot boat crossing the bow.
A Mexican paper advocates ex
cluding American cattle because
Mexican raisers cannot compete
The remains of Lord Howe, killed
at the battle of Ticonderoga, July
9, 1758, fighting the French at the
head of his regiment, are reported1
to have been discoveicd in digging
a swer at Ticonderoga.
Ex-Secretary Bayard is reported
as planning to get back to the United
Six American officers and three
friendly blacks, rescued by the
British warship Forward fiom brutal
assaults and threatened murder on
the island of Navassa, have arrived
in Philadelphia. The British captain
compelled their surrender on board
his ship by threat of shelling the
natives, and received them with the
compliment of hanging an American
flag on the side of the ship. Uu
board the Forward the Americans
were treated like princes.
A crowd of prohibitionists raided
aud destroyed a saloon at Lafayette,
Ohio, after a judge decided in favor
of the saloon-keeper's right to carry
en his business.
North Dakota has. gone strongly
Republican in its first elections as a
Admiral Jouette's report on the
cruissr Dolphin, after her return
from a 58,000 knot voyage around
the world, finds the vessel is in the
most excellent condition aud can be
repaired in a few das at a cost of
W,000. The vessel has been three
years and nine months in commis
sion, coming back without a joint
sprung or an' sign of weakness.
Secretary Noble has released
from suspension and passed to pa
tent six million acres of land grant
ed to the Central Pacific Railroad
Co. selected in 1885 and 1880, the
existing requirements at the date of
selection having- been observed by
Capt. Geo..C. Remey is ordered
to the command of the new cruiser
Dakota has a magnificent wheat
crop of over 44,000,000 bushels.
The lady friends of Gen. W. H.
Dimond have presented him with a
handsome banner ns commander of
the National Guard of California.
Sir Edwin Arnold, the famous
author, is in San Francisco.
Connecticut has voted down a
piohibition amendment by over 20,
Judge Day of New York has de
cided in Kemmler's case that the
electric execution law is constitu
tional. Kemmler's counsel will ap
peal. Eight jurors have thus far been
obtained tor the Cionin murder trial
The prospect of a hard winter is
before the Johnstown, Pa., people.
Destitution prevails in paits ot
A carpet trust is on the enrpet at
No appointment has yet been
made to succeed Tanner as Commis
sioner of Pensions.
A test of the pneumatic guns of
the ciuiser Vesuvius has been made
with satisfactory results.
The promoters of the Mexican-Macao-Portuguese
line of steamers
have left Lisbon for Mexico. The
steamers will start from a Chinese
port, call at Macao, the Hawaiian
Islands, and San Francisco, and
stop at Salina Cruz, Mexico. They
will look for a large traffic iu Chi
nese roolies for Mexican public
King Leopold of Belgium has is
sued a royal decree in favor of the
American mission established in the
Congo for the oangqlization of the
The Czar of Russia arrived at
Kiel on the imperial yacht Derjava,
10th inst., and was saluted by the
British and German squadrons. He
was closely guaided as he had been
on all his journey from homo.
A baseball association has been
formed in England as a result of the
isit of a delegation of American
Bismarck hasT advised Picmier
Crispi of Italy lo cultlvatu moro
fiicndly relations with Franco and
General Boulanger is in tho Chan
nel Itlands, having left England sc
welly. The elections in Franco
have completely snowed him under.
A meeting of leadiug -Frenchmen in
Montreal resolved to invite the Gen
eral to make his home in that Cana
dian city. He made himself a prime
favoiite there on a visit four years
The paramount chief of Damnra
land, Africa, is reported to havfc
oidered nil Germans to quit the
countiy, and to have seized the Ger
man missionaries as hostages for the
safety of native agents imprisoned
by the Germans.
The latest froin Samoa prior to
to-day's mails was that Malictoa had
resumed the throne and quiet pre
vailed, but it was expected that
there would he a renewal of disturb
ances unless effect was given to the
decisions of the Berlin coufcience,
There i9 no doubt that the United
States is having a navy built,
"as is a navy," and, if 4Presi
dent Harrison's administration
even duplicates the work of Presi
dent Cleveland's in this respect,
that nation will be quite formidably
equipped on the sea. The grandest
of the recently built cruisers ap
pears to be the Baltimore built by
the Cramps of Philadelphia, build
ers of the Oceanic steam era Mari
posa and Alameda and the Wilder's
steamer Kinau. On her trial trip
loaded down as she will be in com
mission, the Baltimore made nearly
twentj knots an hour in a continu
ous run of four hours in a heavy
sea, developing 10,300 horse power.
She is claimed to be the swiftest na
val vessel afloat.
A MILESIAN'S OPINIONS.
Ediiou Bulletin-: It is meself
that would be after spaking wid
ye: it's, to apologize for the modist
ginlleman phat appeared in print I
would. McFie's the name, begorra
and a foine man he is for the China
man ; it's himself that's not been
long in the cunlhrie at all, but be
jabbers he got there quick.
Arrah there, McFie, it's a warm
heart ye has for bohnic Hawaii. It's
yer neighbors in the puld cunthrie
that would be after yez sending
them a load o' long tails to shtarve
them to death wid. It's me chil
thren that wants praties for the likes
o' ye faith I'd be curing ye like
the dhrunkard, I don't know, it's a
little pake in everything ye'd git.
And all the time wid yer it's more
moon-eyes if ye plaze more money
ye wants. May the grass giow long
at yer door afore ye git 'em. A big
ruanye are Mac; the people's axing
who knocked out big Kinney and
it's yerself ye know that did it wid
yer information and arguments. If
the editor says anything about yer
proxibity (and by Saint Confucius
it's a good wurd), it's after attend
ing his wake we arc, and I'll send
ye an invitation, and kape ye from
.getting cuss-tomed abuse. But an
O'Logy is as good as a McFie, any
day, fie on ye, and I'm after signing
me own name to this, and then ye'll
know who wrote it. May the houly
virgin and wourld forgive us, for
me letter is like yours, only an
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS HALL,
aSl tf PER ORDER.
Per B. R. AuBtrnlia,
At The Beaver Saloon
H. J. NOITE, Proprietor.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN Al Vessel will he despatched for
Honolulu to leave New York in
all November For further information
apply to the Agents,
MES3H8. W. II. GROSSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 70 Broad St., New York Oily.
Or CASTLE & COOKE,
927 lio Honolulu, H. I,
ileclianics & Workingmeii's
Anctlotf Sales by James P. Morgan,
AND OTHER STOCKS !
BY order of W. I-. GltKEN and Ai.fx.
YOUNG, Exccuiorn of the lnt
will and tr1mcnt of Sbnou IIordcnMlc,
deceased, 1 nm directed to sell nt Public
Auction ut my Salesroom on Queen
street, In Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 2ml,
AT Vi O'CLOCK XOOX,
36 - SHARES - 36
Of the Capital Stock of the
Par Value 100 a Share.
20 -SHARES -20
Of the Caplti-1 Stock of Ihe
Pi r Value 50 Em h.
ii Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $f0) each lipaiiti-r f iiuicent yvr
nnnuni fiee cf tuc-.
3 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $1,000 each bearing 0 pctciiit per
annum iree ci taxes.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sale of Leases of
tesirablc Bailding Lots!
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 13,
AT lit O'CLOCK SOUS,
At my Salesroom, Queen Btrcei, by order
of U. H. II. Lillunltalaui, I will
sell ut Public Auction,
Tfei Lease far 20 Years!
Of tho following Desirable Building
I.ols, suitable for leMdences, siluiitctl at
WaiUiui, on the main loud, and being a
portion of tbc Wuikiki propeiiy of H.
It. II. Llliuoktdini:
LOT A Sia-0 17ft ftct front ami ISO feet
deep; this Lot ailjoins the
bridge hnd is on the hiain
toad leading lo the l'urk
Tho Lot Is fenced.
LOT B fjohiSntf Lot A, hns a fiont
age of 12 ) f-et on main road,
nud is 18G feet deep.
LOT C adjoining Lot 13, frontiueof
120 feet on main roaii, 180
feet dcf p.
LOT D Adjoining Lot C on mnin
road Has 120 feel frontage
and a depth of 180 fcef.
LOT E i)ize 110 feet by SfiO feet, at
rear of Lots A, B, O, D; has a
frontage sn a new road 85
feet wide, connecting with
main road to Park.
LOT F Adjoining Lot Ej size 140 by
LOT Q Adjoining Lot F.j sizo 140 by
LOT K Adjoining Lot G ; si?o U0 by
LOT Adjoining Lot H ; sizo 140 by
All these Lots arc level and well
planted with grass. Tho Waikiki Curs
run past the front of tho Lots.
The Lots nro situated about CO feet
from the beach.
Parties purchasing any of these Lots
will receive gratis a 20 year lease of CO
feet of lnnd on the beach, for erection of
bath-housc3 nnd bathing facilities.
Rents payable semi-annually In ad
vance. A Chart of ihe Property can bo seen
at my Salesroom.
ISJPFor further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of A J. Cartwright, Esq., I will
sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen streol,
On SATURDAY, Oct. 2Gtli,
AT 1U O'CLOCK NOOX,
The Lease for 10 Years,
Of that Valuable Parcel of Land,
Papakoko, Koolauloa, Oahu,
And comprising 70 Acres of Fine Rice
Land, nt present under cultivation.
Jt Rents payable semi-annually in
advance. Papers at expense of pur
chaser. jQfaTFor further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
MKMOR1AL SERVICE will he
held at Haiimony 11aii King
htreot, oa SUNDAY, October 20, 1689,
at 2:30 p.m., at which am. lucmbemof
tho Order with their families are re.
quested to attend.
tarDoiiationsof How era will be thank,
fully received at tho time of tho Her.
vice. 810 4t
Estate of the Lato Uruckler
A LL persons
indebted to the lato
(Francois Louis) are
hereby requested to muko an imincdiuto
settlement of their indebtidmss at tho
French Consulate, where nil claims
against this (.state duly sworn to must
be presented within thirty days from
date or they will be forever barred.
O. U.p' ANQLADE,
Consul & Commhvioner for France.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1EB0, ?80 8t
Is Issuing a now form of tnuiauco hloh provides, in the event of death, for a r turn pf n 1 P ?" Il a -dition
to the amount of the o lev, or. .Iiuulil tli.. instiled Mirvive n giuii number of .years, the Coinpn ny will
r, turn an tho pr, mit.ms paid Uh'ln.P.e.l ; ..p. Imlo.,.1 of r ' Jj' Vv PR N imft" VnE In
nwv. WITHOUT 31ED1CAL I XAMINATIONumI A 1TUOU1 M'RlIlfcU l'AVM-M 01- PRKMlUMb, take In
lieu hereof the amount of policy and piofiU in FULLY PAID UP insurance, piuticipallng annually iu dividends.
RcitH'iiiher, this contract is
gest Financial Institution in the
BST For full particulars call on or
BESGfl SMTH Ss.
Our Entire Stock at a Sacrifice ! Not a Few Special Reductions, but a Clean Sweep
in Every Department!
Commencing TUESDAY, Sept. 17th, our enliio stock of Seasonable Goods will bo offered at prices thafmust attract
immediate attention. We need moio loom to properly dis.pl.iy our European purchases now on Jtho way, and havo
resolved, that our present fctook MUST GO. Cost has not been considered! Prices have been marked on the Goods
TO SUIT YOU, not us I Wo aro bound to kcop trade lhely! Visit our establishment, note tho prices, and you
think so too.
700 pes Peithshiie Lawns, 20 yds
Extra Fine Victoria Lawn, 12Jc per
Striped & Plain Nainsooks from 12c
200 pes of Col. Linen Lawns from $2
160 doz of Ladies Col. Bord. Hand
kerchiefs, 50o por do.
Ladies Bnlbiiggan Vests, good qua
lity, 50e each.
Ladies Ribbed Vests, good quality,
ChiUlrens Jcisey Vests, extr. good,
White Linon Napkins, 5e (small
No use to quote prices, variety too large, have been selling cheap, but present
GOODS in this department will also sudor this
tW 8EK OUR WINDOW
12 yds WHITE COTTON, good quality, 1 yd wide for $1.
gooil quality, 1 yd wide for sja.
gaP"Our stock of MILLINERY is tho finest in this Kingdom. SPAR SAILOR HATS in White, Black, Green
and Blown. 314 MEN'S DOUBLE-BREASTED FROCK COATS, extra good quality, former price $20, $22.50 and
25; we will sell during Hub sale at $10 EACH.
MRS. MONROE, ladies' nurso, has
removed to No. 8, Kukui lane.
FURNISHED Booms to let,
southwest corner of
Punchbowl and IJerplnniu
streets, would bo very convenient for a
small lamny. ?o& cm
ATE Residence of
tyr. Frank Brown,
Mr. Jamos Lovo,
LATE Residence of
Mr. M. Green,
210 l"ort street.
STORE.'Eto, now occupied by
Mr. Wolle, Grocer,
tSr Apply to
A. J, OARTWRIGHT,
80? If , Merchant BtTeeV
OF FsTICW YOR K
issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in tho United States, and the Lor
Woild, its assets exceeding tine Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
White Linen Napkins, with col. bor.
and fringed, (extra good) 10c.
Ladies Jc.inclto Parasols, just tho
thing for heie.
Ladies Col. P.uasols with laces, 75c,
woi lb double.
140 do. Childreiib White Straw Hats,
jff" Wc expect to sell this entire
lot of Hats within a few dnys, you
will have to buy a few when you see
82 pes Englobort, part wool, Dross
Goods, dark shadeB.
fl3ffWo limit tho quantity to 20
yds lo each customer at7Jc pei yard.
m- SEE OUR
CORNER OF FORT &. HOTEL STREETS.
Having purchased from J. J. Mclchcra, W. Z. Schiedam, Holland, tho boIo
right to use hia
"Elclaiit" LaM for Gi ii lis Union,
Which label bears the picture of an olephant, under palm trcos, printed in
different colors, and also the words
"Greatest Gin Distillery of the Netherlands, registered; J, J,
Melcliers, W, Z, Schiedam,"
And having been granted a Certillcato of Registration for tho term of
twenty years, dating fiom tho 17th day of September A. D. 1889, under
the hand and seal of L. A. Thurston, Minister of the interior for the
Hawaiian Islands, for tho exclusive uso of tho said label throughout the
Hawaiian Kingdom, all porsons aro hereby warned not to uso (ho said
label, or any imitation thereof, under penalty of the law.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LACES Intended to quoto prices
that would astonish you, but
want of space excludes it.
All our stock of TRIMMINGS at half
gjSTWc mean to sell 420 Childrena
White & Colored Di esses, in linen aud
pique, nicely trimmed with colored
embroidery for 50 CENTS EACH.
Wo think they aro pretty, and at tho
prices we quote you will want some.
Ladies Balbriggan Hose, silk clcckod,
25c per pair.
0"Our stock of Embroideries,
Hamburg Edgings and Skirtings, in
cludes a full line of Nainsook, Swiss
and Cambric choico designs.
stock will go for a mere song.
WINDOW ISriAY -a
15 yds UNBLEACHED,
of G. J. Fishei,
W. Q. PEACOCK.
,'.' .Ah-vfcdL1s. ar.L.