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Notice to Postmasters.
l'ostal Older I'out Oflices, will be
supplied with Revenue Stamps upon
application to the Kistiarof Public
Account? nccoiding to the law up
inoved July -1, 1888, viz.
"For the convenience of the dU
liictB outside of Honolulu, the ltc
..gistrarof l'ulilio Accounts Mtall provide-
ndhesivo Itcvcntio Stumps to the
Postmasters of till money oidcr Post
Oflices throughout the Kingdom, they
giving leeeipls for same. Such Post
niastcis shall sell said stamps: to nil
applicants at pur, being bound upon
the first day of each nuaiter, to ac
count to the KcgUlntr of Public Ac
counts for all such tatnp-. icccivoil
by Ihcin, the amount fold, and the
balance unsold, togelhei with the
proceed" of all Mich bales."
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Nov. 20th. Il!l2t
Tax (.'ollcotor' Xollrc UlMfrlrl ol
JIoiiiiliilu, iHlniullof Oului.
Tax payers in this Distiict an
heieby notified that the taxet, for the
(uirontypai will be due and paya
ble at the ollice of the Ta. AsscsMir
and Collector in the JCapuaiwa
Ilttilding, on the 1st d.iy of Novem
ber,. 1). 18SP.
'1 lie ofHce is open from !l a. m. to
I v. jr. daily (Sundays, excepted), and
on Saturdays ollice cloi-es at 1 2 ivVluck
All amounlb over $10 must be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Depohit.
Taxes not paid before the 15th day
of December next will be liable to
.suit with 10 per cent, and coj-ts
added. ' T. A. LLOY1),
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes, Distiict of ICona.
H. Al. Da.mon,
Minister of Finance. ()." I'M
rv xi si
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of alt.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27, 1881).
HD "BULLETIN" TO-MORROW.
To-morrow being the '10th anni
ersary of Hawaiian Independence,
there will be no issue of the Hi'i.t.h
Tts. Jt is a public holiday and the
chief events would not be over in
liuic for rcpojtii them properly
the same day. The literary and
mechanical staff-., moreover, con
sider themselves entitled, to a
"hare in national holiday keeping,
and the foundry has in hand repairs
to our engine, which cannot, he com
pleted until Friday. Long livu Ha
THEY WANT A POLICY.
The central committee of the Hc-
, form Party of the Island of Hawaii,
lonsi.stinc of V. W. Goodale, C. E.
Uichanlson and I). II. Hitchcock,
have issued a requisition to the
Government in the form of the fol
lowing resolution :
Uesnived.that HisMajcsty'n Cabi
net be requested to state publicly,
through the press and in reply to
this resolution, the policy of the
Government to be pursued in the
immediate future upon the following
questions, to wit:
1. With regard to internal im
provements and the development ol
the resources, of the country.
2. With regard to the question of
immigration and a labor supply for
the indusliies of the eountiy.
.1. Willi regard to the ' Chinese
I. With regard to the public
.". With regaid to fiituie indebt
edness for internal improvements.
li. With icgaid to our political
lehitions with the United States. .
7, With regard to any other mat
ter of policy important for t lie coun
try upon which there tins been no
Tho Ilrr.i.i.'iiN held, long before
the present Ministry was thoughtof,
that the Government .should have
a policy and abide by it to the ut
most consequences. It also held that
an Opposition ought to have a policy
to offer the country when it essayed
to supplant the Ministry of the day.
Tile present Government was sus
tained at the last general election
ii a definite policy ; it may have
been in generalities, yet it created
a standard by which to judge the
record to be made by tho Ministry.
TJiIb policy was made by the party
In convention for tho Ministry, np4
It included most of tho matters con
tained in tho Hawaii requisition.
Itbor and the Chinese were about
the only subjects omitted. These
the Government haa defined iti
policy on, to the extent of favoriujj
constitutional amendment to restrict
Chinese immigration to plantation
labor, in Us reply to a citizens' com
mittee of Honolulu. 4. For the other
matters tho Reformers of Hawaii
are entitled to judge of the record
the Ministry has made, both in
manner and degree.
The lately published memoran
dum of proposed new treaty rela
tions with the United States, how
ever, puts a new and interesting
face on the question of our national
Independence. The Mini try was
strongly committed to independence
at the general election. It is there
fore incumbent on them to explain
just how far they were willing, in the
recent deliberations with our Wash
ington Minister, or are now pre
pared to go in closer relations with
the United Stales. Then, with re
gard to internal improvements, sev
eral communions were uivcu at last
session to obtain scientific reports
on certain proposed public woiks.
If these reports ate in hand the
Ministry ought to be able to pro
duce sonic specific items of repro
ductive national projects. Also, it.
is due to the country before the
elections to know how much aid the
Ministry pioposes to give to a tele
graph cable to America. AVe have
heard that, since a local company
was" formed to undertake this great
work, the Ministry is disposed to be
extravagant in subsidies and privi
leges. Tho country docs not wish,
we are convinced, to pay loo dearly
for the whistle even in such a de
sired boon as telegraph communica
tion witli the outside woild. Neces
sities of the world's commerce arc
bound to realize this convenience in
the near future, and there, is no
need for Hawaii, with her limited
means, making enormous sacrifices
for it too hastily.
On the whole, we believe that a
declaration of policy on the part of
the Ministry, as asked for by the
Hawaii Reformers, would tend to
clarify the air and make the issues
more distinct for the approaching
general election. As intimated
above the record of the Ministry,
so lav as it may be available before
investigation by the Legislature, it
self makes an important issue. A
clear presentation of intended fu
ture policy now would, however,
not only create ground for intelli
gent discussion on the hustings, but
in case of its retention in ollice bind
the Ministry to definite lines of ad
ministration. FALSE REPORT CORRECTED.
Eiiiioit l!ui.r.i:ris': "Ve the un
dersigned "Committee of the Feast"
in honor of Hawaiian Independence
Day, are very grieved to hear the
remark' made on the streets, and
now published in this morning's
Advertiser, to the effect that the
teast to be "iven to-morrow is in
honor ot, or tendered to Hobert
Wilcox. We deny this in every
respect. The heading ot our sub
scription list was, "Donations arc
most respectfully solicited from our
foreign friends and wcll-wiaherd of
Hawaii nei, for the purpose of de
fraying the expenses of a Grand
Feast to be given on tho '8tli of
November, 1.S8U." Our instructions
to the collectors to inform our white
friend- specially, that tiie feast
was s,olely to celebrate the anniver
sary, ami not to honor Wilcox or
liis'mt'lhodst show that our inten
tions and our promises to our
friewK wnic honorable, and we
would here publicly thank our white
friends for t heir material assistance,
in spite of the efforts dl our" ene
mies to dampen our celebration of
Jt maybe unfortunate thatWilcov
should be present in Honolulu al the
time, and be also so prominent u
personage amongst the majority of
Hawaiian, at a lime when all are
anxioin to celebrate "Independence
Day," biit in order thai Hawaiiani
ami foreigners alike, who favor our
feelings of patriotism, may celebialc
the day without a mixture of "poi
preaching or politics," we have
made him iiudciidnnd that no more
privilege will be allowed liim llian
the humblest of
Your respectful committee,
1). W. 1'i-A,
Jt, II. JvAHASASII.
Honolulu, II. I., Nov. t7, 1880.
T OST-KIX ('.; DltAFTri OF II. P.
XJt JJalilin, on Oastlo & Cooke, in
tivor of Mb H. K. Oarpnntr, tor rllty
(r.0) rach. 'fbebo dratls were iImwu.
about Kov. 1, 1081). Pa)uieut has hcun
stoppejl, Return to
ill lw OA6TLK & COOKE.
ALQNQ folt want supplied! Now
open tho largest, coolost, frtofrom
tho molesting tiles, airy ami most com.
fortablo Ico Orcam Parlor hi Honolulu,
whore families or parties to the number
of R3 persons can quietly and undli.
turned enjoy a pinto of P. Hoits's doll
clous pure Ice Cream with Unko and
other delicacies in the line nf confer,
ttoncry and pastries of homo manufac
ture Dally, weekly ami latest foreign
papers always kept at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ico Cream
Parlors, Hotel between Fort and Nuu.
ami streets Both Tolcphonei'No 7).
AT TH E Pioneer Steam Cnuily Fae
toiy, Bakery & lec Cream Parlors,
established 18(M, pure, rich and lino
flavored Ico Cretin will from tills day
he kept and seivcil from Porcelain
Lined lee Orcam Containers, procured
at great expense, which will retain the
natural line llavor of uood Ico Cream
ami avoiding tho injurious metallic taste
mi nan i'i 10 ire cieam u Kent in in
liueil cans after the ficczinr; process Is
coinplelcd. 'fliii undersigned respect
fully invites lovers of fine flavored Ico
Cream to a trial to convince, tliumscivcc
P. lions, PraRtloil Confectioner, Pas.
try Cook A Bakei. Both Telephones
No. 7-1. -til) tr
1?ATHER Dam ion's Photo. J. .1.
Jl William has for aaln by sperinl
pet mission al his studio. Fori street,
pliiit'igiaplts of tho hitr Father Damlen
I ikcnthoitly before Ids deith. Also, a
.H'lles nl Kclcnllfio photos of interet to
the medical faculty. :t3.i tf
UsiTPii Btaths I.i:a.vnoN
lIoNoi.ui.c, Nov. 23, 1B&9. J
President Harrison having designated
Ttll'HtDAY, Nov. 28th, as a day of
Thanksgiving, to be observed by the
riti?eim ol tho l.'nlled Stati's, the under
sinnul takes the liberty to suggest to all
bis ronntrynirii and to otheis, ill the
Hawaiian "Kingdom, who wish to i.
press ilielr approval ot a venerated rr.
Ilgioua custom, that they unite in duly
obervhijr ilia day set apart for return
lni thanks to the Divine Fattier for the
hleH'itigs he has bestowed on the Amer
ican people anil those of other nation?.
1 ant requested to say, there will bo ic.
ligious services in Honolulu at the Fort
Street t hurcU and at St. Andrew's Cith.
rdral, on the 23ih,al 11 a. in , ami a ctr
dial invitation is extended to the public
to participate therein.
JOHN L. STEVENS,
111 til U. S Minister Jtcsidcnt.
November 25, 1889.
At the Double Stoies of the
3 A My .llerelinut H.
Our Holiday Stock of Novelties
Coaipiisc the largest and choicer
ART -:- GOODS
I)y 'Prang," of Uo3ton; and I!. Tuck .V
.tinns, ot London; ever bcff.ro
.shown in Honolulu.
XniiiN Card ly tho Million,
Fiora 3 cts to $5.
Books & Booklets,
Km old and young. Muny oilier
Oeorlh Impossible to enumerate
4a" Call oarly and et Ilrst clmien -c&
The Jlinvailan 'News Co.'y
rpiJB nmlcisigntd hereby gives nolb e
JL to all persons that we are ttie
owui'w (jI Ihofo pieces of land that tveiu
li'iiiid to the Klpaluilii Sugar Co , viz:
Mhkole, Alenohu, l'iianla, Papuan and
KakitiKini, leaving two pifcrs ot laud
inn leaded to the I'lantatioo which la
l'uolalu and the dwelling lot Kalihi, at
.Mnullll, adjuiaing the mated side nf the
Government road to the tea, ami so with
the niiikai aiitn of Kakanoni to Hicdch,
wo now btiehy eommlBBicu .1. Kake
(Japaiii'MO to take charge ot those
piece- of land thai wcro mentioned last,
and frn bid per&ons trepacBiup.
.1. II. ICAMIO,
Honolulu, Nov. 1H, 18s!l. -li-l -11
FttrnLslied House To Let
AT Waikiki.-a two stoiy
House, eonlainint! six
i looms nicely furnished with
kitchen, laual, liulh and K-ianl'.-t looms,
stable, etc. , to let ftr a lew months at a
HAWAIIAN HUS1NKSS AOKNC'V.
AN Kxperii'ticcd Sugar Iioili'i, Ap
ply by loiter with references and
copies of tcptliuonlals to the
HAWAIIAN' llljSIXKSS AOK.N'OY.
AF t UhT-1 M S8 J A I 'A N KK B M A L E
house servant, one who can cook
properly. Apply al this otllee. 110 lw
Jrof. i. SAL'VLET,
PIANO, VIOLIN & SINGING LESSONS.
ItcHlilciiro: (.'oiiili' Itichards mid lleie
tnain rttrcrlH, llawaiiHii 'Hotel, or itt ihu
n-siiloneo of the pupil. nnv 'Jd.ilin
I HAVE this day hold the Tahili
J.cmoniulu Works to t)u Tahiti
Lrmon.'tili! Works Coiupiiny, and reipiei.1
an iinini-illato Bettleineut with inn of all
(HitsUunlini; ucronut:). Ail lulls due y
tile lftle husinos will lie pidil by
J. E. IIJIOWN.
Iloiioluln, Oct. ill, 1HSU. illifi )m
Ahli.Mt-ANNI'AJ. iiicciIhb n) ihu
Hoard of Tuisttes of the Qiii-cu'a
Iloanliul will he held on TIIUlfSDAY,
the lSth December, 188!', "t the rooms
or the Clramiier ol ccinuieKe, at iu
oVlock a. it, Aiiicudinent to the Uy.
luwf. Per oider.
F. A. SCHAKFEJl,
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 18S9. 402 tit
HONOLULU, H, I WOYTOrasa 8T. S33.
mwifnwwiw wnn i;m
.. T. WATr.ltHOtJKK.
No. 10 Store
Has just opened oat a Inrgo assottment
of Goods suitahlo tor the
JE-Xolitlay -:- 1V.le
HAND PAINTED NOVELTIES,
Yes and No Bolls 1
And Dolls of every other des
New Games, Footballs,
And other hinds of Balls.
Doll Carriages, Hooking llnreui,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Klc.
Toys for the Million
NUW STYLUS t.N ,
mtY nail FANOV UOOIKH.
BASEBALL SHOES RUBBER
I.ADIFV 'HONKVP" SHOKS,
Untrimmed Hats !
lidlea', MIsm'V ami Chlhlren's
Silk, "if,.! to H-uo.
Boys' Caps - New Styles - School Hats
MF.N'.S VVIHTK StUItTS, I.nun-
dried ami I'ldaundried.
and "a Mirled assortment of
XMAS : GOODS !
rrSfi'7 Hotel Sired.
Will leturn by the "Auslnilia" nevt
trip, with the
Finest Assortment of Jewelry,
Kvcr seen iu Honolulu, including the
hilttel patterns and dcsifjim iu
RUBIES, ETC., ETC.
Front (lerii.aiiy, France, Kngtaud find
Till you tmine bis stock. Hi
well kuowu kill in
Kiublca him to mi t any finiy In onli-rs
for fpielal woik. AK tt
NOW TOI SALE AT
Thco. H. Daviee & Co.'fi
Suitable for prtfents;
Dres-'lnn (iJusea, silver iiioiiiited ,
1 land Hugs As Vullscs,
t Ulna Dinuer R(-ti,
Ohlnii Tea HetB,
Hal MM Dessort Sels,
Fancy Mnjollci Ware,
Fancy "Work liaslids,
Fancy rterijens iV. i.tiuipH,
Etc., Etc., Kte., Kir..
Bolls! Bolls! Bolls!
4 Kit., Ei., Kte., Etr.
An Iinineiiiie Variety.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS
Tip Toy?, Drums,
)oll Sots, On.ftN,
Musical Tuy, Etc., Kte,
A Lnrc Arsortuieal.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
Dlrrot from Jhiplmel Tuek & Hem,
inn! H. ntldestp-liuer.
TiiBO. H, Davies&Co,
h 1 n o q ;fi
THE MUTUAL LIFE
la Iflaulng it new form ot itisuinncc which provides, in the event of death, for a rolurn of nil premluma paid In od
dltlori to tho nmotiiit of the policy, or, should tho Insured survive n given number of years, tho Company will
return all the premiums paid wltli'lntorcst; or, Instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash tho legal holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT KUItTHER l'AYMENTOF FttEMIUM,S, take In
lieu thereof tho ninount of policy ntut profits in FULLY PAID UP iusurnnce, participating annually in dividends.
llcmembor, tills contract Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in tho United States, aud the Lar
gest Financial Institution In tho World, its asset exceeding One Hundred uwl Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
fcSy For full particulars call on or address
S$ .33. ROSS,
AGO lrn General Agent for the llawalian Islands.
tapie of Fashion," CorJlotelA Fort Sis.
teS Mew Goods " S3 83ew Goods a
JUS'f OPENEP A L.VHQE STOCK
Great Bargains !
10 pes of New Dross flood, striped
and checked at 12c.
An elegant line of New Embroidered
A full lino ot new pallet us in White
Just received a full tUBoitmeut of
Ginghams, Seersucker", and nlher
new wash mateiiala.
A largo nssoitnicnt of French Flan
nels. Nuns Veilings in nil dcsii able shades.
lllaek Uioeaded Silk, heavy, "at !J,I.B0
Surah Silks al low prices.
A lino line or Fancy Surahs and
Satins and Sateens in new dc.sigiiit.
Have you seen our fi-butlon Kid
Gloves, a I $1.50 a pair?
A full line of Silk Gloves and Mitts.
Giigir aid, Hon Ale GiiMflii, JlasplierryailB, osrsaimllla,
INEEAL WATERS, ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
Nutlia U lieieliy uiven thai the Hist
IiIi-iiiiIhI flection (under (Tmptir 4.'i
Hlntule Laws of 1BCR) wljl he held
On MONDAY, Dec, 2, 1889,
At tho Kelt Tiki)r.
For the put pose of Electing a Chef
Engineer aud two Asslftant Kuulnters
lor the said Fiio Dcparttnciit.
y Folia will he open at (1 1 m. aud
pliu' at II i". m.
103 til tfeeretaty II. F, D.
OJP TIXJ7" YORK
OF NEW NOVELTIES IN DHY and
THE COMINO KEAKON.
300 doz. Handkerchiefs !
Tho largest, lucortnient and lowest
New novelties in Handkerchiefs, suit
able for presents.
Ribbons ! Ribbons !
Keceivcd a full line of ;all colors and
shades, of Plain and.Faucy RibboiiB.
Now novelties in Ribbons.
Shawls ! jltawis !
A large and fine npsortrhent of all
kinds of New Novelties.
Handsome Heavy Silk Shawls in
black and ftreani.
Rnmio Shawls, Ramie Shawls.
Shoulder Scarfs, Horliu-Shelhind
Just received a full line of
Bihrelrliii. -: Torclioi
itnd ovdorw afiouTd lie tuldrCHsed o
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
a a s
Elack apaninh L'tco Flouncing, from $1 yard upward.
DJaclc Chatrtilly liaco FlouucinR, from 2 yard upward.
Ecru, Crcnm.tfc. Wliitn Oriontnl Flouncing, from GOcts yard upward.
Extra Heavy (pew style) Oriontnl Flouricing.'froiii $1.25 yard upward.
, Dress IAS cts in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
! Full apporlniciil of all nIiimIoa of CaHlunoio, Moiroo, Satin & Orou
i Grain Jiitdioii. Velvet Rugs in all sizes just received.
ItcHl varioly in. Cambric, Hwiss fe Nainsook Embroideries at n
g8T Diefldipiilslng Department
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
,IOIN OKAOE, : : Vroprtolor.
SOLE .AIANl'EAOTimEKS of "THE OHEAT ItLOOD
SARSAPAEILLA and IR(M WATEE?
Gingor Ale, Saraaparilla, Lomon, Cream & Plain Soda.
. C'llAIriAQlV3C ClOXOXt.
20f- ALL AJ-yHATEl) WATEItB UUAItANTEED riJEE 0f
'flrtlr..KING S'X'ItlCKT tt
MulttalTelephoue380 -a-q ear Boll Telephone 298
ffflTIfclnnd order ptonijiljy attended to. nov8-8p-6rii
FANCY OOODS SUITABLE -FOK
Flouiicings in Swiss and Oriental
A largo linn of Voilinga in plain and
Christmas : Goods
Of every description.
JalrTOYS I TttYJS t'iffia
Will bn closed out at a great reduc
tion. A full lfne of Ladies', Gents' and
Traveliug Trunks &. Valites.
Boys' & Children's Clothing,
Boy's Jersey Suits,
Ladies Muslin Underwear.
An immense Block received.
Prices very lew.
uuder tlio nianngemont nf MISS