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WEDNESDAY, FEB. Ill, 1SD0.
THE SINGLE TAX CHAMPION.
In this issue is reproduced an in
terview of tin San Fianciseo Ex-
ntritiw.r tvltli ITnnw flfinnnv whn
passed through Honolulu on the I
1 itcsl steamer (or the Colonics. 1 lie
article should be interesting alike to
those who have and those who have
not read "Progress and Poverty,"
fie Itook that has given George
world-wide fame. Although it is
known by many that fieoigc is not
the originator of the doctrine, he
chscrvos credit both for hii clear
presentation of it and for his devo
tion to its propagation. The enor
mous circulation of the book lias
given him a pecuniar) independence
that enables him to make the dis
semination of the idea his exclusive
occupation. Australia, being a new
country with its land policies, in
some provinces at least, in a transi
tion or unsettled slate, affords a
vary favorable field for the reception
of whatever good is practicable
from the new social gospel. It is
safe to say that the public men ol
any country can increase tliuir capa
city for patriotic service by master
ing the principle on which the
doctrine of the land tax ih baed.
While it would be wildly visionary
to look for the abolition of povcity
Irorn this or any other theory, yet
state politics may be capable of such
modification, in line with the piinci
ples set forth in the piopaganda of
!eorge, as will put different classes
on a more even footing in the pur
suit of comfort and competence. It
has been an evil obvious under the
sun, that the industrious and thiifty
man should acquhc a little home
plot, say in the suburbs ot a grow
ing town, only to find that every
improvement he made upon it en
hancing as it did the value of all
surrounding ground brought upon
him another turn of the tax machine
jicrew, until the burden destroyed
all the benefit of his independent
holding, and in despair he was com
pelled to surrender the fruits of his
toil into the waiting maw of the
TALK OF THE TOWN.
They ay :
That O'Connor only came out of
bit shell to get a warm bath ; that
he needed it to get rid of the torpor
of a Canadian winler ; that if he
iticks to "exhibition" races in the
Colonies he will return a millionaire.
That a new foundry is to be start
ed on the esplanade ; that it is to
help tli'e II. 1. W. in defying foreign
ronipetition ; that the old foundry is
jjobig to send ten gross of sugar
mills to India; that both parties
will have iron men on their tickets
That the Masons introduced the
grip; that they are holding s'eciet
-etsinns to invent a new one ; that
the doctors should have taken the
malady lirt of any ; that it gets to
the lungs quickly because it is in
the air; that the grip will relax
when the trade winds blow.
That arrests fot "illegal prac
tices" will be made all over the
islands; that one will be of the N.
1. I. ; that the man who "llxcd"
Hie ballot law, so as to leave contiol
ot workingmcii ii. the hands of their
bostet, will be one of the next to
lie "pulled;" that Honolulu ex
prewd the real public opinion of
ihe kingdom; that what bothered
the JIilo Itccord man were fears for
Ihe family preserves; that he had
yathered" all thing- on Hawaii to
himself under the "new regime;"
that the election of two independ
ents on Hawaii broke Die Reuoul.
That the Advertiser's count ot
In ails was intended to avcit the
nrcesily of the Ministry's resigna
tion; that their are b'cttcr jokes
bidden In the returns than the Ad-vn,ti-,er'.s
claims ol N. 11. V. men as
tlovernment Mippoiters; that the
political clothing store is the same as
mice elected a king; that free
ready-made clothing will not sit
easier on a member's back than salt
valninu on an independent voter's
That the Hawaiian Cable Co, can
not afford to make and lay cables
for the sake of the subsidy; thattho
line is in good noticing order be
tween Maui and Molokai ; that the
Maui telephone system will bo con
wcted with the. cable; that oral
conversation nill be feasible be
jwwjn Oahu and .Maui at a low late
in addition to written messages ;that
cveiy gieat improvement in this
kingdom must encounter almost
universal ridicule and tierce opposi
tion; that it would be icassiiring
now if the other company, to lay
u cablo to the Coast, could pIiow
tangible evidence that it is not a
mere speculative syndicate; that no
charter witli exclusive privileges
sho.iltl be granted lo a irans-oceanic
company that Is not ready to call
for bids' for supplying and laying
That the men of the Champion
in c champion minstrels; that they
will have no grip when returned
from their cruise ; that the ship is
going out for piacticc on the "hail
ches;" that the troupe is a Hist
elats one, and will biiug down tin
That the times are vciy dull since
the election; that this 'is because
"the times" don't know which parly
is ahead ; that for them to lie good
after an Opposition lictory would
bo too cruel to lleform l'arly pio-
that tuc National licfoun
tv meant that the limes should
be good anyway, only claiming that
all classes should get their just
share of whatever good was going;
that The Times of brief but un
happy memory followed Mcfiiniy on
the glorious tffth.
That the late rain fell on the jut
and on the unjust, especially on the
unjust from their superior numeri
cal pervasiveness ; that the young
ladies of Honolulu arc good singers;
that the valentine social was a great
success, but that its full success is
not yet developed : that it was a
wicked hacknian who referred to a
beautiful soloist, whose notes tloatcd
delightfully on the evening air, as
"disturbing quiet of the night."
1" I IMG un 22is Mutual Telephone for
V Odorieis Excavation. 48J 1 i
A COOK oa lioiiti of a sailing vcs.
sol. A only to
A STRONG Steady Man i" wanted to
xv take cue ol hows, tirivetieiivery
Apply in "I O
1VY 10 ciny a newspaper ionic. Ap.
) ply at tilth olllee.
SITI'ATION as Bookkeeper In
town or plnntatlnn. Ailtlirst
I). I'," lliit olllee. 4S0:U
Ciin iage Shop.
Oaliu Jiailwtiy & Lttiitl Co.
npiIK first annual meeting of the stock.
J. holders of the Oaliu Hallway &
Land Co. will tic held nt Hie onire of
Hie Company on WEDNESDAY, Fell.
211, 18D0, nt :! o'clock v. i , for the elcc
lionol oulecis ami transaction of any
other important huelncs.
W. O. ASH1.KY,
Sccrclaiy 0. 1! & L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. II. 1890. 4W Id
CHANGE of JtESIDENCE.
Has unloved from Fort strcrt to Ito
hello Lane, Falaiua.
Omcr. Uoinis: t) a. m. to 12 m. and C
i m. to tl r. u.
Mutual C08"(ettTELEPHONES6y"Bell 475
A Citt'O for Infltioiiii !
BR. LOZICR'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
, DIAL, one of ihe bebt icinetlles
i.vci prepiunl toi coughs, nsthmu, lung
and elicit trouble, and a gicat relict
to whoopimr eough mill throat ntl'cctinu.
Ask Tor Or. Lozicr's Hawaiian Wierry Cor
dial il)(l Ht
HOr.LISTETt & CO.,
And I1KNSON, SMITH i CO.
California : Lands
TI1K undt'i'-lgued wishes, to inionn
the public that he ha opened a
Jlraneh California Land Olllee. at No.
-I:.' Meiehant stieet. Honolulu.
To pei-oiis wishing to invest In
Choice Timber, Agiiciiltnre, Fiult or
firayiii!! Lands hi the line Slate of Cali
fornia, 'or lu Desirable Jtiilldliig Lots, in
the beautiful City and Siibmbs ofOal,
land, with lis unrivaled climate and
oppoitunltie-. 1 am piepaied to olfer
exeiy intlueenient In the way of bargain-.
The Lands which I licit otfer haie all
been most caiefully Inpeeteil by a
liioioughly leliable Mirveyor. employed
i-pechilly for that piirpo-e, ami 1 am
theiefort! enabled to give .satisfactory
ghni.intce that ever1, jilece otfered will
stilctl.i cone-pond with the tle-erlptlon
given bv me.
'J be Titles to these Lauds are perfect,
being in the uialii Mate school lands.
The p) Pilous personal Inspection
Iheieof at great expense, oft'eis abso
lute MTiiiily to purchaser- and I- an
intlueenient otlereti iy no oiner tieiuer
In .state -eltool lantU Ju California.
The price langesf i om fe3.."0 peraeie
iipwaiilaeeoitllng 10 tpiallty and loea
t Ion. and then Is no tlopbt. b.i taMng
into account tho niphl giowth ami pro
gies.ion of that State, that Hicmi l.)ul
ottereil at these, low llyurcs mu vvjililii
a lew vein-' command a much higher
iiriet) iiinl -o i-eeuie lo eiei',1 ln;e-tor a
prollt not eaillt etjuakil in 1111,1 otjiei
line of -peculation.
Tlii- oppoi (unity will be open foe n
limited lime only, ami I theieforo e.s
teud 1111 iiiTltaliou to all wliowi-hto
(feme good and chenp homes In tlmt
magnificent .State and Country, 11111I also
to Uio-o who ilelie to liiel a Utile
money lo so gi cat advantage nnil pioilt.
to call upon me soon ami obtain full
Information will be eheei fully glien.
iQ" 0lli'' loom with .1. A. Magoon,
nUoriiiu. No, 12 .Merchant stieet.
n.n if ' A. JIOKOIT.
M U D
OW that the rainy season is upnu
up. every! oily wants a door mal
that will lie mi nttiuincnl ut tins (rout
ilonr, nnil v 111 lint ii ijjlily tin the work
louuirett 01 it. tuc
Is iut ilu ihing. It cinnni become
snaked hv lain, us It 1 lit" ciie wllli tllicr
in.it", a nil II .ilwnys kiTptelfin. Bring
lii'tile tit (lalnliled Wile
They Cannot Rust
Astlo many of the wire mats now In
ue. Tlii') uro far supeiior to iiihI far
more thimble than liber or t libber. Can
liu hill of ttttt'l Ire at
Hawaiian I raid ware Co.,
Opposite SpieokelsA Co.'s Iiauk,
4S2lf Fort Mi cet, Honolulu.
dale Cilv Slows- filler !
These Filter are o.illv rleaneed,
and NKVI'.H be. le CKACKHD or
CHAEDbi ehaiiRe of tcmpeialiiie of
i he water.
The Filtering Medium U a XATl'KAl.
STOXK. uilneil from theeaith. Il Is
unlike any other stone.
n Door Not Absorb nntl
liecomo Foul !
IMl'I'ltlTIKS inner l'KXF,TKATB
it. hut lie on the siuf:icp. niid Inlrrually
ihe Mone lrinabis as pine and white
after ear of ur a when taken tioni
The dale Clly None l-Ilter N a per
fect -in re-s. It Is the only leal filter I
lime ever seen. I would not he without
one for mil couitleiatloii. II eouieits
our l.ike water Into the best ililiil.big
w.uer in Ihe win hi.
llr.MM M. 1.1 MAN, M. I)..
.i;i.5 West Atlaiiis N , Chie.i"n.
VST For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Op oilte Sprcokels & Co.'s Hank,
1 !l tt Fort street, Honolulu.
Passengers for San Francisco.
rrsn L:.... Lv.i..h.n.in.l
S-ti ' 'III. 1 fill I'Ulll'ill.l-'MII
tAv - Schooner "Oio.i," hav.
3l?' inc first-elaes nccoiiiino In.
lions, will e.uiy passenpcis
to San Francisco; she will sail in a
few days. For further information
apply to Captain on board or to
478 4t Agents.
Mil. Al.T.KX HUTCHINSON will
deliver the Hist ol a rouise ot
lectures aid demonstrations on "Sculp
ture," nt the Y. M. U. A. Hall, on Kill.
DAY, Feb 21st. at 7:!0 o'clock v. M.
Asa iltiiionst ration Mr. Hutchinson will
model a poitrait bust on ihe stage of
some individual selected from the audi,
ence. Admission $1. Tickets may he
liutl at Ring liros' Art Stote, Hotel
Micet. 470 lit
Notice ol' Dissolution ol'
HAVING bought nut the inteie-.tol
Manuel Viera, of the Honomii
Stoic, Hilo, Hawaii, 1 will pay all hills
agnlnst the nld store, and all debt
owing the snme will be collected bv me.
Ilnuoliiln, Feb. 18, lbIM). 481 ill
I71HKWOOI) for sale at Hawaiian
Queen and Nuuanu streets.
SITUATION as Sugar Clcik or
Nit;lit Watchman at a mill, or a
place in Luna on a good plantation
Has expeiicnce and can furnish good
lelerence. Call or nddrcfh '-JI. K. 1'.,"
I5UU.KT1N Olllee. 457 tf
COI'IF.Sof the DAILY Iln.I.LTIN, of
the dates spccllletl below, '.'.'i eenlt
a copy will be paid for the .same on
deliieiy at thlf. olllee:
.Ian !i. lfifli, 1 eopvApr S, 18S1I, 1 copy
" 1. :t " ' 10, ' 1 '
Feb 4, " II " Aug2s, " 2 '
broken to cairiaue or
CJ-- sound; a bargain.
For particulaiH liupilre of
4'5(i tf CAi-r. CI.l'NKV.
TO LET or LEASE
ON Young street, opposite
leu Works, a Small
Cottage containing 4 looms;
laigo stable and yanl, artcbitin water
laid on, vciy tlcslialilt: foi had. or tlray
lnisiincsH, Apply to
ISO tf At K. O. Hull & Son.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT a meeting of the IJoaii of hee
toisnf the liaplolaiii ljn J t"
eijiiloii, held Fein iuii.1 10, lSo. the fol
lowing gentlemen wete ic-eleeleil fo
sciw as uillcei- dining the eiMihur
Hon. A. S. Clcgbnin l'lesldent,
Hon. Cecil lliown.. Vlce-I'iesldcnt,
Hon. W. G. Iiwln Tieasuter,
. M.GIII1111I Beeietiuy.
171! lw ' Sect clary.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
By older of Fi. IIOFFHCHl.AF.OF.K
A. t.'o , Assignees of the Estate or l."ong
Hop, n hiuikrupt, I will pell at Public
Auction at my Hiilesrrotn, Queen street ,
On THURSDAY and FRIDAY,
Commencing at 10 a. m. Each Day,
The Entire Stock of Merrhnmllsc
of said estate, coinprislugi
Ready Made Clothing
White & Hrnwn Cottons,
niAr.ANAiQ Rpn&n nnTU
umuuiinuu, unvnu wuviii)
White & Colored SHIRTS,
A huge nssotlmcut of
l.lKlU' ifllf- frllKM-H.
Trunks &, Valises,
Show Cases, Iron Safe,
Kir., Ktr., Ktr , Kir
IAH. F. AIOIUJAN,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
Ily Older or A .1 CAIU'WI'IOHT.
Tnifltcot Ihe Fslateof l.ydiiK. I'iikoi,
I will sell ;il I'ulil e Aiiclion nt m
.Saleiooui, Queen slict I,
MONDAY, Murcli nlt
AT Ii O'CI.III'H XO..
Situated on Foil Urctt, opposite the
LOT NO. 1 Has fiS lect frontage on
Fortsticel and is 7!l feet deep, con.
tuining an area of 4,11(54 Mpiare
LOT NO. 3 Has m feet frontage on
Fort street and over fill feet de p,
enntniiiiiignn men of 4,(!P.!I sipiaic
Theie is a 10 foot lane between the 3
iot, thus giving double fionlnge to the
These are Ihe most desirable, building
sites ollercd for Mile in the city.
A plan of the Lots can be seen nt my
t&- Sale subject to continuation
,TAS. I MOItGAN,
474 co.l Auctioneer.
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
Cor. lu-tii A 1111nnu HIh.
ty Goods of all clesf tiption sold on
Mutual Telephone Oil. lehH'.Kl
WM. K. I50WKI.I. will net forme
under lull power of attorney
during mv alisc nee f 'om the ICltiL'tlimi
Honolulu. Feb. l.i, 180. 4b() lw
pHE iintlerslgned haa noltl his in.
L teiest in the linn of Hop Yick
Co., doing 11 dry goods business id No.
82 Nuiianii street, to J.eong Hop All
bills) against said linn will be tmld by
Leong Hop. TOM FAT.
Honolulu. Feb. 1 1, 1WH). 470 1 w
rpiIE undersigned, having if-igned
A tho management of the We.stein
& Ilnw.iiiali Inveslinent Co, (Ijiiniteil),
on account of ill health,, the Directorn
of the Company in Dundee have ap.
pointed Mr. Joseph Ii. Athertnn as
Manager in Honolulu, as of tltst Decent,
her hist W. L. Glil'.F.N.
Honolulu, .Ian. 13, 1810. -107 lw
riMIOS. .1. KINO having Ibis day, Feb
X riuiry 1, U01, sold his Interest in
the business of King IliotheiP, dealeis
in fancy unotls and artist's mnlciiuls, on
Hotel Hiuct, Honolulu, W. C. King will
continue to carry on the business on his
sole account, under the lit 111 name ol
"King Uios," nnil will collect all
amounts due, nnil pay all claims against
t tie Hi in of King Ilins. from nnil aftei
the abine mentioned date.
W. C. KING.
Honolulu, Feb. 17, 1810 4 SO lw
NOTICE lo SIUPl'EltS.
jM)1l the more satisfactory accommo.
1? tlntion of our palious we beg to
sugm'st to them that in eases where
diay's are required lor shipping goods
to out-going steamers and coasters, or
in any easo where leipiirctl, at t o'clock
shaip ot the day, they will llntl that by
tinging up Mutual Telephone! No. 2iTl,
between 10:10 and 11!:45 in the noon
hour that Mr. Ilewett will bo there in
petson to receive all orders, and our
Mends will thereby gieaily facilitate
business to the belter satisfaction ol nil
IIUhTAOE & ROI1EKTSON.
1ING iinUiiH Mutual
o e fir
.It Oilmlcss FAcavaHon
OU1 IVISW YORK.
In issuing a new form of insurance which provides, In the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to' Ihe amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive n given number of ycais, the Company will
rcluin all I In pieiiiitims paid witli inteicsl; or, instead of accepting the policy and prollts in rash the lenal holder
may, WITHOrTiMKDICAI.KXAMlNATIONaiid WITIKUT ITHTHKIi l'AYAIKNT OK I'llKMIl'MS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piolils in Fl'M-Y PAID I'l' insurance, paitlrlpating aiiiiually in diiilends.
Hemcmber, this contract Is insurd by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the Uniled Stales, ami Ihe l.nr
gest Financial Institution in the World, Its assets exceeding One Huiulied and Twenty-Mix Millions of Dollaia.
VaU" For full particulars call on ot addics
55. Xt. JULOiSlT,
Dcc-'2 1-80 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, : CREAM :-ati(k PLAIN : SODA,
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Giiipr Uo, Hon Ale, Gnulini, KaspTjerryade, Sarsiarilla, Mineral Waters, Elc.
tdr All eoniintinlottiioitH nntt onlciH sltotiltl Ikd ntllr'MHOil lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
:)80 im Lait .
Cottage For Sale
On SATURDAY, MjuHi J,
AT IJi O'CLOCK XOOX,
I will sell at l'tiblic Auction at the pre.
misca, Itic.hards street, opposite
the Huv.'iilian Hotel, the
5 Room COTTAGE
lSiithioom, I'anli'y, Kitchen,
Scivnnl's Cottage, Slalilc.o,
Carriage & Chicken Hotisoa,
Lately the rc-iJcnce of the under
signed. Tl'.miS ol' MAI.K CAMII.
tar IJiiiltlings to lie removed within
10 tl.iys from day of pule.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
481 101 Auctioneer.
The lmilcisignrd having been appointed
agents foi the Hawaiian Islands
For tho Ce'ehralod
Baldwin -: Locomotives
Fiom the woiks of
lliiinlniii, Party, Williams & Co.,
Aie now picp.trcd to give cstinialcs and
leceive oiiIcih Im the. e engines, of iiiiy
siu anil style.
The IIai.iiwin l.oc-OMOTivi: Woimsaie
now intniiilaciuiiiig a style ol I .net mo.
live puitlciilaily adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number ot which have recently been
icceived at these, IshiuiU, and we will
have pic iviue in furnishing plantation
agents mid iiiitnngcu willi purticiiliiis
The superiority of ilicsu Locomotive?
ovei all ol lie 1 inalies is no, only known
licit! bat is ncltnowlftlgfil ihioiighoiit
the United Stales.
Win. CJ. IRWIN & Co.,
Ageuis for Hawnlimi Islautls.
4(13 tl.124 w.ly
A GOOD Fasture at Waikikl, for a
J. HiniliM uumlier of noises, at ten
A mil v to
3lac:liiue Made Toi !
13AKTIKS wishing lo get Machine
.Made Pol can do so by having
their containers plainly marked at
Henry David's Gioccty'Stoie. on Fort
strctt. Pol will bo delivered on Tiles,
tluys ami Fridays. Containers must lie
loll r.ot later limn the day before.
lll'JIui KAI.IIII PO FACTORY.
Ocriiiiiii Smtsao Malcet
"I UST openetl in "Armstinng's Hlock,"
near King Street Hi itlge. For sale
fresh daily Head Cheese, Frankfurter,
Ilolngna, Fiylng, Liver, Sniokeil and
4C0 1ni Proprietor.
NGnpV'.'ti Mutual Telephono for
Oiloilcss UNcavation. 4'Jlf
New Slock of
TV IpTSV TJ T. .l 1 O TV !
!' jhht HKCKIVFI) AT
Chas. J. FISHELS,
The Leading Millinery House, Coiner Foil & Hotel sts.
Creat Reduction Sale !
AFTE1I TAKING STOCK I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Till ITelMriiai-y- l.tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(! anil 8 Buttonsn peifeel order at $1 a pair Great Bargains.
All my I) It ESS GI.N(J(IAMS about 110 pieces to select fiom nie ofl'ered at
.,., Cost 1'iiee. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
its I'iques, Ei'iibmideretl Swisses, India Linen, l'lain SivisflNniiiRook anil
many tuhei lines of White Goods. I will sell at such a
piiee that civeiyhotly will buy them.
Jtrf" Kcnii'iiihCr, February l.'ilh will eloso this Sale. mff.t
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
Great Bargains ! Great Bargains !
' AFTER TAKING STOCK
All Goods Sold at Greatly Miiceil Prices!
Real Estate For Sstle.
rpWO Houses autl Lots on
X. Kohcllo Luiie, Palama.
Convenient to steam ami Mam
oji. Very healthy loenlltv. l.ot 011
King street, near llAinauku's Line. For
particulars apply to ;
JOHN R. BOWLER.
OrChas.T.Guliek. ; 4ai.ini
A N artivti Ameiican, KnulUhman or
' Gernuin, ot good habits hihI char
acter, who also speaks Hawaiian, ami
can liirnUh llrsl.clai.s icfereuces, limy
obtain a peniiaiicnl situation as Col.
lector, by addressing P. O. Box No.
HOUSE to RENT.
LARGE 3 Slory House,
tlrst class in every res.
peet, with all necessary out.
buildings, fine lawn, shade tices, llowcr
beds, etc , very desirably located within
10 minutes' walk of tho Post Office, will
be leased for one or more years, at a
reasonable rental to a Beluct private
tamllv. Applv at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
& FOltT STKEETS.
MANY LINES OF
A largo aspoi Intent of HEAD THIS
Cornor Hotel & Eort Street s.
itiuler tho nianagenient of MIFfl
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and PLUMIHDR,
Corner of King and Alakea sticets,
Honolulu, II. I.
Woikiliop--Mul 201 RcsIilcncc-'Mut 23G
tHay-Estimates furnished on all classes
ol plumbing ami tinsmitliing woik .
First class workmanship anil material
giiaiantccd in all the above branches
ol my business at ic.iionahlc nites.
A SMAL. INVOICE
Just the Thing for tlie Holidays
Pacific Hardware Co.
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