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T1ATLY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, OCTOBER 25, 1889.
Depnrlnimt of r I suture.
Meiubeisof the Tax Appeal llo.ml
commissioned by the Minister of
Finance for 1889:
Honolulu J. T. Wnlei house, Ji.,
V. P. Allen.
Ewa it Wuianne J. A. Campbell,
Wniahu G. .Mahauln, JV. A.
Koohuiloa Jas. Donnelly, Jus. A.
Koolaupoko Jas. Olds, Aku.
Lahaina J, A. Mooie, II. Dicken
son. Wuiluku S. P. Ohillingworlh, A.
Makuwno .hi.. Andcison, A. G.
Htinu S. W. Kiwi, P. Wiltioek.
MoloknUfc l.anai R. W. Meyeis
J.. B. Waihinnlo.
.Lihue H. P. I.ueas, Insist ICe.nve.
KawnihnuH.T. Lucas, Geo. Mun
don. Koloa J. K. liuikt'll, Knliuakao.
Waiinea A- Xi'ihnii P. Binudt,
Hanalei John Knkina, J M
Hilo Clia.v. C.irter, D.inl. Poller.
North Hilo E. V. Barnaul, Dnnl.
1'iina Haaliec, I. Ryeioft.
Kan Clms. Gaiter, J. K. Kekaula.
Haiuakua C. B. Fishei, Hemv
North Kohala H. L. Holstein,
South Kohala Paul Jairett, Thos.
Noith Kona J. H. Waipuilani,
S. P. Kaomea.
South Kona S. Kekumano, S. W.
Kino. S. M. DAMON,
Minislei of Finance.
October 25, 1889. :i87 It
The supply of water will he Flint
oil' at Kapalanm, Liliha Ftreet and
School street, west of the Waikaha
lulu Biidge, fiom G a. m. to G i m
on FRIDAY, October 25, 1889.
Chas. B. WILSON,
Superintendent Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 1889. 1185 2t
'V .M 13
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, OCT. 25, 1889.
The Advertiser the other day, in
an article on the Congress of Ame
rican States, mentioned Hawaii as
one of the countries represented.
This is the first intimation of this
country bavins: anything to do with
the congress, and we more than doubt
its accuracy. Perhaps the Adver
tiser can name the ippresentative ot
Hawaii and state the circumstances
of liis appointment.
Marshal Soper has investigated
the charge, preferred in a letter to
this paper, against two police cap
tains for using bad language pub
licly. While he considers the evi
dence scarcely bears out the full
strength of the accusation, yet it
proves there wa a noisj' dispute be
tween the ofllccrs over some matter
connected with their duties. The
Marshal has forbidden a lepetition
of the offense under pain of rlis
unseal. A circus and a comedy company
have had successful seasons in Ho
nolulu simultaneously. It was a
surprise to many to see them both
with full audiences on the same
nights, as the city's patronage of
public amusements had seldom, if
ever before, furnished such huge
tribute. The results only prove
that if enleitairimenls arc up to a
good standard, their directors will
have no leason to complain of slim
support in Honolulu. Those two
that luivc just left were excellent of
their kind, and credit is due the
enterprise that induced them to give
seasons here. Mr. L. J. Levey
keeps n good lookout for companies
ami troupes, soliciting visits only
from those giving assurances of be
Ing very reputable. He is to be con
gratulated upon the great success
achieved by Katie Putnam and her
company, for having induced them
to give us a season and for his ex
cellent arrangements as lessee of
the Opera House,
The Hilo correspondent of the
Advertiser gives the following as
the political platform adopted by
a convention at that town recently:
,1. Impresses eonlldrnci' in the
2. Heconimends liberal appropria
tions for ceilnin objects.
J). That the pay of public ollicials
should be connncnsuiato with their
4. Recommends constitutional ac
tion as regards Chinese immigration,
and recommends their coming here
on certain condition".
o. That Crown Lands be made
G. That the affairs of Leper Set
tlements be investigated and lepers
be more liberally dealt with.
7. That liberal appropriation be
made for the cause ot education.
8. That nothing be done by the
Cabinet to jeopardise the indepen
dence of these Islands.
This does not sti ike one as being
a production coming up to the re
quirements of the situation. Jso. 1
is blindly partisan, swallowing Min
isterial policy and piaclice at a gulp
without waiting for their investiga
tion by cither the people or the Le
gislature. Why not statu the pi in
ciplcs on which it is desired atfaiis
should be administered, leaving an
independent Legislature free to deal,
by resolution or otherwise, with the
personnel of the Cabinet. This
would leave members free to pass
upon the rccoid of every Minister.
It would bijsides provide a biidge
for getting over a constitutional
weakness, perhaps better than that
proposed in the native platform pre
viously published in this paper the
election of the Cabinet by two-thirds
of the Legislature.
Nos. 2 and 7. lecommeiiding
liberal appioprialions for "certain
objects" and for education arc too
indefinite for discussion. The unde
fined "certain objects" aie probably
of local demands and must take
their chances with other sectional
lcquirements. Education has not
been illiberally dealt witli in the
past, and candidates need probablj
only be reminded that, if an in
creased appropriation be asked for
by the Board of Education, the con
stantly growing needs of that branch
must be recognized if the good name
of the country in this regard is to be
No. 3 may be read in two waj's
either to raise or depress the scale
of ollleial salaries. No. A is rather
dubious in view of the statement of
the correspondent that there was a
majority of one in the convention,
against any restriction of the Chi
nese. If that was the sense of flie
meeting, this plank is disingenuous.
No. 5 was long ago advocated by
the Bulletin. It would lequire
much able deliberation, however, to
formulate a scheme by which the
measure could be effected without
injustice or too great an addition to
the burdens on the treasury.
No. G calls for what has not been
omitted by any Legislature in many
years, that is, the investigation of
affairs at the leper settlements.
As to its demand for moie liberal
treatment of lepers, the clause gives
no information of what is meant.
No. 8 is the ancient card of inde
pendence, recognized as essential in
every platform. It ought to be
there. Nothing is uttered on the
question of the Nobles franchise,
which is an issue before the people
that cannot be evaded.
DEATH OF MR. GEORGE HOLMES.
Mr. George F. Holmes of Kohala,
Hawaii, who came down on the Ki
nau Wednesday morning in quite a
sick condition, died about ! o'clock
yesterday afternoon. tMr. W. ..7.
IJrodie came down with Mr. Holmes
and was with him when he died.
The remains were taken to Kohala
tills afternoon on the Kinau for in
terment." The deceased was a native ot
Newton, a small place near Gian
tham, Lincolnshire, England, and fill
years of age. He left Liverpool
January 1.1th, Ifi.V), in company
witliMtssis.il. May, S. Savidge,
G. Hill and Maxoy. " They arrived
in Honolulu the hitter end of March
of the same year after a passsuge ot
20 davs in the Fanny Major from
San Fiancisco. Mr. Holmes has
been a resident of the islands over
since, though he Jiah made two trips
lo England. He was a great fjiend
to Jlawaiiuns and exercised much in
fluence smnng them. The deceased
will be mourned by ljiem. It was
intended to mil him iib Nnhjo for
Hawaii at the approaching elec
tions, and it was ccitain that he
would be elected.
JUST received Celebrated Koochow
Teas, direct from China; a splen
did aeBOitmont of tlno Ityis: The Ha.
whIIuu Mixture, in 14 Hi packngMj The
Hose Hraud Tea, in packages, do.
II ght fully fragiant; Extra Supeillue
lllack 'lea, 10 lb boxes in bulk , First
Crop 186U-18fiO Congou, in 10 Iti boxes,
Onackugesto a pound j to be hnd only
of Goneulvcg & Co,, Honolulu, 62 11
WORE ABOUT THE TRUST.
(From Uir g'nll Street J) ily
JVcui, Oct. a.)
a rotNTi'.u ox Tin: sruAi: tiii'st.
' It is rcpoiled that Ilnvcnieyer fc
Elder are buying up such of tin Su
gar Tiusl combination lcfineriesas
aie in runnitu order. One such pur
chase has alieady been made, that
of the American Rellnery in San
Francisco. Why should not the
same course bo adopted in New
York? If the sale of the best refin
eries here has been made to tho thin
of Ilaveiucyer & Elder, the certifi
cate holders will &wukc some fine
morning to find they own only the
old and worn out refineries, such as
the North River concern. Then
what will they do about it? A game
of this kind played in San Francisco
can be played equally as well in
IT IS xor A CCMPAXY.
President Havemcyer is wrong in
calling the Sugar Trust a "com
pany." Under the laws of this
State it is not a company. It is a
kind of warty excrescence that has
giown outside the skills of the law.
It has taken stiong caustic remedies
to remove the growth, but it is with
ering to certain death.
New York, Oct. t. Further liqui
dation in Americ.in Cotton Oil Trust
ceilificatcs and in fciigar lellneries
stock threatened the. stability of the
entire maiket to-day. In the ab
sence of developments rcgauling
cither of them the inference is un
avoidable in connection with suiface
indications, tliat the serious declines
experienced by both were the rosult
of speculative considerations. Theie
was a report that Sugar stock was
sold in anticipation of a decision by
the gencial term of the Supreme
Court, confirming Judge Barret's
decision against the North River Su
gar Refining Company. Assuming
that the decision will be sustained,
it is very doubtful if it furnishes
siilllcicnt reason for such a mateiial
depiccialion in the market value of
the trust ccitificates as has taken
place. The chances arc that cer
tain of the insiders in the Sugar
Trust perceive more clearly than the
public the extent and character of
new competition, and appreciate
that the present enormous profits of
the concern will have to be reduced
in the inevitable readjustment of
values that new competition effects.
It is suggested that the decline in
Cotton Oil Trust resulted from a de
cision by the management to pursue
an aggressive policy towards its
competitors with the view of ulti
mately strengthening its position.
However that may be, to-day's mar
ket reflected imperative sales on the
large scale. The maximum decline
was nearly 5 per cent, and the net
loss in piice for the day nearly .1
The fluctuations in Sugar were
even wider, ranging from 91 at the
opening to 82A, from which price
there was a recovery to 87 at the
close. The dealings in the last
named were abnormally large, while
those in Cotton Oil aggregated
nearly one-fifth of the laigest day's
business that has ever been done on
the Stock Exchange for some time.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY .1. F. MOHfiAX.
At 12 o'clock noon, the lease for
ten yeais of a valuablc piece of
land at Papakoko, Koolauloa, on
Also, at the same hour a lot of
Japanese plants, comprising dwaif
paims, camilias, etc.
HECK No. 7il drawn on Spieckels
& Co 4118.5:t, Payment on the
same lias this day Mopped.
lewis .v co.
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 1839. !137 It
A BLACK Spanish Lure Scurf having
been lost at Iolani Palace mi the
veiling of the 2!ird infat ; the tinder will
gicutly oliligu the owner by returning
same, aildrcstcil to "P. O. Box 12:!."
P' A UKYVAWt of in will
ii. lie puiil for tin.' re
turn of a lot-t
to this nllice.
A WOMAN to do light housewdik
unit assist in are of two c.liil ben.
Uermnn prefeired. Apply at this olllce.
A WOMAN to lake the foIu caie of a
family of three uniill chihhni. A
competent persou will llixl immcdiato
employment on aimliration to
!!70 If GUMCK'.S AGENCY.
I will sell at the veiy jowcs.1 pi ires,
Violins, Curios, Etc.
If f cannot toll them before December
1, 1S80. they wIl bo bold at auction.
U97 lm A. Kit AFT.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
apanese Plants !
TO-MOUUOW, Oct. h,
AT Itf O'CLOCK. NOON,
At my Salesroom. Queen street, 1 will
sell at -Public Auction,
A Lot of Japanese Plants,
White & Red Camilias,
And Other Plants.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
387 It Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Hy order of A J.Cartwrlght.Ksq., I will
su't at Public Auction, nt Iny
Salesroom, Queen street,
On SATURDAY, Oct. 2Gtli,
AT 1!i O'CLOCK XOOX,
The Lease for 1 0 Years,
Of that Valuable Parcel of 1,-iml,
Fapakoko, Koolaulon, Oahu,
And cnmpiiuinc, 75 Acres of Fine ltice
I.nml, at present, under cultivation.
B" Honts payable semi-annually in
advance. Papers nt expense of pur.
BQfVor lurtlicr particulais npply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AND OTHER STOCKS !
BY order of W. L. GREEN and Ai.K-x.
YOUNG, Executors of the last
will unci testament of Simon Harclcastle,
deceased, I nm directed to hell at Public
Auction at my Salesroom on Queen
street, in Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 2nd,
AT lSi O'CLOCK S(K)X,
36 - SHARES - 36
Of the Capital Stock of the
Par Value $100 a Share.
20 - SHARES - 20
Of the Capital Stock of the
Par Value $50 Each.
11 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of ff.Olearli bearing G percent per
annum free of taxes.
3 Hawaiian Government Bonds
Of $1,003 each hearing 0 pcicent per
annum free of taxes.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
:)7li Id Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of Leases of
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 1,
AT VZ O'CLOCK XOON,
At my Silcrnnm, Queen street, hy older
ot II. K. II. liiliuokalaui, I will
sell at Public, Auction,
TI10 Lease for 20 Years'!
Of the following Desirable lliiilding
I.nts.Miltalilc for residences, situated at
WailiiM, on the main road, and being a
portion ol tho Walkiki property of II.
It. II. Uliuokulmii;
LOT A Size 175 feet front and J8I? feet
deep; this Lot adjoins the
liihlge and is on the main
itiail leading to the Park
'the Lot Is fenced.
LOT B Adjoining Lot A, has a front,
ago of 120 tcct on main road,
and is 180 feet deep,
LOT C dloinlng Lot 1$, Irontace of
120 feet on main toad, 180
LOT n Aillolnlnc Lot O on main
load Has 120 feel frontage
and a depth of 180 feet.
LOT ESie 140 feet by H00 feet, ut
i car of Lots A, I), U, I); has a
lionlago wn a new road 'JT
ft el wide, connecting with
main load to Park.
LOT F-Adjnining Lot IS; size 140 by
LOT G-Adjolnliig Lot F; nva 140 by
LOT H AdlniBlng Lot O j slo 140 by
LOT I Ailoinlng Lnt II; size 140 hy
All lliC'O Lots are level and well
planted with (juiss. The Wuikiki Uais
inn past the trout of tho Lots.
'the Lo'.s aio situated about CO feet
fiom tbu beach.
Parlies puicluulng any of these Lots
will receive grails a 20 ycir lease of CO
feet of land on tho beach, for erection of
hath houses and bathing facilities,
Hunts payable scml annually in ad.
Admit of tbu Property ran ho seen
at my Salesroom.
arFnr-further particulars apply to
JAS. T. MOKGAN,
U91 22t Auctioneer.
Is ksuingu new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for u icturn of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insuied survive a given tiumber of years, the Company will
icliiin all the premiums paid with inteiest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the lenal holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT Fi;UTllEU PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof life amount of policy and pioflls in EUL1A PAID UP insurance, pailicipating annually in dividends.
Uenicinbcr, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Compnny in the United States, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the Wotld, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
SQy For full particulars call on or
W.W. Wright & Son
. (The Hose Promises )
All ordcis for wheel vehicles of cveiy
doscrlption tilled with promptness.
First-class mechanics employed.
Fine Carriage Work a Specialty
TRAM (!AltH, 03IXIUDNNKH,
Plantation Wagons, Mule & Ox Carts,
Made to order, altered or repaired.
Carriage Painting, Trimming,
ETC., ETC., CTC, T.TC.
Our HORSESHOEING Department
Is under tho manigcmcnt of H.
oct.l5J Cayfoid. 3m
PITT & SCOTT'S
General Shipping Agency
Chlol Office lor Hawaiian Islands: 2B
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Walluku, Naui.. . .AV. II. Daniels.
Mnlmkoim, Hawaii. ..W. .1. Urodie.
Kealla, Kauai O. IC. Faiichild.
Kilauea, Kauai. Klhiuca Blnrc.
Hanalei, Kauai, J. (J. Long,
O. 15. Hofgaaul &, Co,
Koloa, Kauai K. Htrchz
Goods purchased and shipped to and
fiom any of above poitd, anil all parts
of tho woild.
floods received from abroad, cleared
at Custom House and forwarded to des
tination per island steamers.
&2r"Hutc3 furnished on application lo
J. E. BKOWN & Co.,
!l7fl tf 28 Merchant street.
Prof. G. SAUVLET,
PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING LESSONS.
Residence: Cottage No. 1, Hawaiian
Hotel, or at tho residence ol tho pupil.
PIANO WESSONS J
aflito, -I IVKN by FclU Ollert at
(WW UT No. 27 Alakea street, or
at the residence of the pupils, accord,
ing to agreement. Charges moderate
Dissolution ol' Copurtnor
Hliip. NOTICE is hereby given that the co
pailneishlp ot the Kahoohtwu
Ranch Co., of the Island of Kahoolawe,
has been dissolved. John Ralph Sncyil
Kynncrsley and Randal Von Tompiky
retire from the (bin. Clement Bncjil
Kyntieisloy s now iho s6Jo owner and
will carry ou the business uudei the
CLEMENT H. KYXNKRSLEY.
Kohala, Sept. 20, 188!), B83 lw
OF TVIJV YODR.IE
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
Q'-4 rV-matlftHIHIHMKaiilMMBlHBKl(li::jC7-JCllAt..v -L l- ttl'l I'll r. j
Chas. J. Fishers New Advertisement
Having purchased from J. J. Melehers, W. Z. Schiedam, Holland, the solu
right to uso his
" Elfipliaitt " Label for Gin in tliis Kingaom,
Which label boars the picture of an elephant, under palm trees, printed iu
different colors, and also the words
"Greatest Gin Distillery of the Netherlands, registered; J, J,
Mclchers, W. Z, Schiedam,"
And having been granted a Ceitillcale of Registration for the term of
twenty years, dating from tho 17th day of Soptembor A. D. 1889, under
the hand and seal of L. A. Thutston, Minister of the Interior for the
Hawaiian Islands, for the exclusive use of tho said label throughout the
Hawaiian Kingdom, all persons are hereby warned not to use tho said
label, or any imitation thereof, under penalty of the law.
;U8. MONROK, ladles.' nurse, has
removed lo No. II, Kukul lane
I7UTRNJSI1EI) Rooms lo let.
? bonthwest corner ot
Punchbowl and lierrtanlu
ttrects, would ho veiy convenient for n
smaii lamny. s;,,G (Jm
XJ Mr. llolmensclinolder,
T ATK Rehi.lencc of
JLJ Mr. Frank Brown,
lv Mr. Jamot Lovo,
T ATK Residence of
Li Mr. M. Green,
210 Fort street.
STORK, Kto , now occupied by
Mr. Wollo, Grocer,
, , King strict.
CS" Apply to
A. J. OAItTWIUGIIT,
SOO tf Merohant Btreot.
S. JES. X.OSDE3,lf3
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
W. G. PEACOCK.
" Cruiskeen-:-Lawn "
a iv (Ji.ABy,
Another Invoice to hand per "Rancn."
''81 lw GONSALVES& CO.
Tahiti Bamboo !
RECEIVED ox "Mariposa" from
Tahiti, a largo assoitmcnt of
lianibnn for hat making.
,T. R, IJROWN & CO.,
U8U lw 28 Meichant street.
NOTICE of REMOVAL. v
SANDER'S Haggage Express Ofllce
has icmoved to the old stand, No.
81 Kbm street, directly opposite the one
rtcently occupied, 378 lm
YOUNG HOP and JOE MARIA,
Col burn & Co.'s Building; 8rd Ooor,
(forinorly occupied by J. M. Out A Co ),
cornor Queen & Nuuanu streets. Work
done with neatness and dispatch,
808 lirtY '