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DAILY ttUjJJQlUJfth ltOiOLULU) 11, t, l-UfiMUJAilV liu, lsho.
link "fis IKvH1
Tenders will lie received at the
Otllce (if the Hoard of Education
until MONDAY, the lOlli of March
next, ul 12 o'clock noon, for the con
htrnction and completion ot a
teacher' cottage 20x110x10 feet on
the promises of the Government
English School at llnnapcpe, Kauai.
Plan and spoeilienlinns may be
seen t the oflicc ot the lioaid of
Education, Honolulu, and at Mr.
T. 11. Gibson's, School Agent, Wni
The Boatd of Education iloes not
hind itself tt) noccpt the lowest or
By older of the Hoard of Educa
tion. W. J AS. SMITH,
Education Oflicc, Feb. 21, 18!M).
ISO Ut-128 2t
'X- IX JB
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, FE1L 2.-., 1890.
It is painful to hear of such roads
on Maui as a correspondent has de
scribed. Any such description
prior to the election would have
been denounced ui a malicious tlc
tiou of the National Reform Party.
The vaunted road boards in the
country districts have given any
tliinsr hut satisfaction.
One of the humors of the cam
paign was the curious talk of the
Hilo Record. Two or three weeks
before the election thut journal des
cribed mismanagement of the work
on tho volcano road, and said that
at the rate of progress being made
another general election campaign
would have arrived before the road
was completed. In the next issue tho
Record frantically called on electors
to vote the Reform ticket straight
if they wanted to see the volcano
Corrupt practices at elections arc
not an edifying subject for news
paper discussion after the event.
People generally feel like resting
after the battle from the noise of
crimination and recrimination
charges, or discharges. Not that
illegal election methods should be
allowed to pass into oblivion, but
the place to fasten charges of such
wrongdoing is in a court of justice.
If capable of proof there they will
bring due punishment to their
authors and be made a warning ex
ample to all future elcctioneerers.
The steamship Parthia lately made
the passage from Yokohama to Van
couver in twelve days and twenty
three and a halt hours, beating her
own record ami that of the new P.
M. steamship China, and making
the fastest time on record in the
Pacific. If the United States Gov
ernment deal liberally with the
Oceanic Steamship Company, as
hoped by our San Francisco corres
pondent, we may hope to sec
.steamers on the Australian route
which will reduce the time between
here and San Francisco to four or
live days from the present six and a
rpiartcr tn eight days.
Mr. Phillips knew what he was
talking about when, in a campaign
speech, he said that the first rain
would wash the Punchbowl road into
the ditch and both the works would
tumble mil roll upon the peaceful
habitations below. This is just what
lias happened. About a quarter ot
a mile of the road has been washed
away in one place and, the material
being swept over the ditch by the
torrent, several homesteads have
been deluged with something like n
New Zealand mudllow. This road
and parallel ditch wero among the
great works in which economy was
boasted on behalf of the Govern
ment, but in which the intelligent
public could see no profit to the
contractor while foreseeing waste ot
the revenues employed. In the sub
lime wisdom guiding the bureau of
public works, culverts were deemed
unnecessary to save the road while
the big ditch yawned below it!
People imagined that tho ditch was
intended to protect the town from
the mounl'arh torrents. How at a
lower level it could bo in anywise a
preventive against the road being
washed away is a mystery locked up
in the economical brain of the Hiiper
iiileiident of public wotks.
Ti a J--
Llliha street and ration roiul arc
other highways, besides those men
tioned the other day, which the Ad
vet User seemed to be oblivious of
when it virtually represented that
the age of passable roads began in
this kingdom with the present ad
ministration! These two thorough
fares are still in good condition for
their age, both being a good deal
older than the Ministry.
The new beach road to Waikiki
promises to be another monument
of false economy and superficial
public enterprise. It is proving in
the present siege by the elements to
be far from Heather-proof. The
adage as to judging unfinished work
does not apply here, for intelligent
road-building implies that the woik
should endure until completed. It
would be a novel factor to introduce
in estimates of road expenditures
that they should lie calculated on
the basis of improbability that a large
proportion of the work should have
to be done over again after every
considerable shower of rain.
The passport of a booked passen
ger by the bark C. D. Hryant was
stopped on the eve of sailing by a
man who had been arrested at his
instance a few da,s previously for a
gross offense. According to the law
a passport can be (.topped if the
holder is a defendant in a criminal
or civil suit. In this case it is said
that the man who stopped the pass
port intended bringing a suit for
false imprisonment, but, no service
of a summons having been made on
tiic intending passenger, it is diffi
cult to see how he could have been
a defendant. A declaration of in
tention to prosecute or -lie a man
ought surely not to be considered
as making him a defendant under
the law. If it docs so, then the
passport law is even more a means
of piivate malice or vengeance than
it has hitheito been regarded. Since
the foregoing was in type, it is
learned that the Government, being
appealed to, decided that the stop
page of passport under the circum
stances was not lawful, and the
holder of the document has been al
lowed to depart in peace with his
Oiiliu Railway & Land Co.
rpilE first annual meeting of the stock.
J. holders of the Onliii Railway &
Land Co. will tie held at the olllce of
the Company on WEDNESDAY, Feb.
2(1, ib'M, ut :i o'clock i. m , for the clce.
tion of ortlcuis unci transaction of any
other important business.
W. G. ASHLEY,
Secretary O. R & L. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. (1, 18U0. 47!i til
ALL demands against the above ves
tel will please lie presented at my
olllce. Queen sticut, on or before Thurs
day, Foo. i-'7, 18H0, lor settlement.
J. I. DOW.SETT.
Ijoiio'iiIii, Feb 21, 1601. -IsO 4t
"10TTAOE Willi Yi
KJ "ooil order, by
family, for March 1st or Apill
1st. Kent ii lie moderate. One in the
Plain- pielcrrud. Addrc-"U. W. It.,'
Illis ijiuei'. io.' in-
MM. OSIIORNE 1' now prepared to
t"ive ln-ti unions In Fancy Worl.
at The Arlington," Kooin li. Clas
I.essinis: Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fihhiys. Private le ons by .special
arrangement. Stamping and order-:
nouiiily intended to. fcblM-ly
npill" annual meeting of the stock.
JL holdeis of the People's Ice ,fc He.
friperator Co. will tic held on Tl'ES
DAY. March ), 1891, nt 1:30 o'clock
i: (., at the olllce of V. O. Smith.
W. E. FOSTER,
Sccrctiuy P. I.& R. 'o.
Honolulu, Feb. SO, 1880. -JS't 101
rpiIE regular annual meeting of the
JL stockholders of the Inlcr.Islaml
Slenm Navigation Co, (L'd1, will be
hold on TUESDAY, Mmeh -1th piox.,
at 10 o'clock a. m , at their olllce on
Qik.ch fctreut. .1. EXA,
Secretary I. I.S. N. Co
Honolulu. Feb. 18, 1 690. -181 l2t
A STRONG Steady Sinn is wanted to
xv tauecaieot noises, drive delivery
Apply to "P. O.
Saloon on Mom
day nijht, Feb. 17ih,
a boirel Marc, liinndcd
'A. K." on oil' hind
Icl'. Anyone leturniug In Commercial
Saloon will receive a suitable rewind.
broken to eat rhino or
jsii... sound; a bargain.
For piulleulius inquire of
470 tt UAIT. CLUNKY.
Auction Sales by James F. morgan,
On WEDNESDAY, Fob. 2(i,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M..
At. the residence of Mn. F. Kl. K.M
ING, No. 12 Kukul street, 1 will -ell at
The Entire Househ'ltl Furniture,
Black Walnut H. C, Lounge,
It. W. Whatnot. Parlor Chair.
B, W, Marbletop Bedroom Set,
CihI.iIik it Cornices.
1 Singer Sewing; Machine,
1 Hue Until Tub.
1 "Paragon" Stove and Utensils,
A LOT or
Fine Ferns & Plants !
,1AS. F. MORGAN,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
Ily oi.lrr of A .1. OAHTWKIOIIT,
Triiclee ol the INtatcof bdia K. I'iil.oi,
I will sell ul Public Auction :il my
S.ilesioom, Queen Miccl,
On MONDAY, Mareli ttrd,
AT l O'CLOCK XOO.V.
Bitualei) on Foil flu et, opposite the
LOT NO. 1 lino OS Ice! rtonlngi! on
Fori blicet and is "i.l feel deep, con
tiiitiing an area of -l,!tfil sqnaie
LOT NO. 3 Ibis 08 feet frontage on
Fort street and l over fill feetdcip,
cniitiiinius an men of 1,0:1!) -ipinre
Thine is a 10 foul lane bctucpn the 0
lot", thus ;;iviiig double Irontago to the
Tiii"-e arc the mot desirable building
sites oll'e! id lnriiilf in the city.
A plan of the Lots can he seen at my
tSf Sale subject to conlbmalioa by
,)AS. F. MORGAN,
474 co.l Auctioneer.
Gate City Stone Filter !
'I'he-e Filter are easily cleansed,
ami NEVER become CRACKED or
CRA.KD by change of tempcratuie of
The Filtering Medium is a NATURAL
STOXE, mined from tluwaith. It is
unlike any other stone.
II Docs Not Absorb and
Become Foul !
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
It, buflle on the surface, and internally
the Moms remains as pure and white
after years of Use as when taken from
The Oate City Stone Filter is a per
fect Micce-s. It is the only real (liter 1
have ever seen. I would not be without
one for any consideration. It convcirs
our lake water Into the best drinking
water in the world.
IlKMtr M. Lyman, M. O.,
.":"! West Adams sjt , Chiitign.
tW For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opi oiite Sprcc.kels & Oo.'s Rank,
4G'J tf Fort street, Honolulu.
a i. Mini: coNsinxMKXT 01
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO. SUIT, AT
UNION FEED CO.
rot: sai.i: nv iiii:
1INGuiiS2fl Mutual Telephone for
Odorless Kxcavnllon. 4SS tf
- tfam:md' iJl(fk.l'l,rieiiit
The nmlerslgniil having been appointed
agents lor the llawall'in Islands
For tho Celebrated
Fiom the works of
Burnham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Aie now prep'.reil tn give estimates nml
receive orders fur the-e eiiubu's, of miy
size and klle.
The liAt.nwiX I.oeoMOTlNT. WoiiKfuitc
now inanufacluilng a style of Loeoiiio
live particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
i ecu! veil at those Islands, and we will
have pleasure in furnishing plantation
agents and manageu with particulate
The superiority of Uksp Locomotive
over all of her makes is mi, only known
liere but is acknowledged Ihroiighuul
the I'nitid Stales.
Win. G. IRWIN & Co.,
AgeniB for llawaiinii Islands.
402 d 181 w.ly
California : Lands
JFOIfc SAL 15
"M1K undersigned wi-hes to Inform
JL the nubile that he lias iiiii-ni-ii a
ltr.uich California Land Olll
42 Meichaiil Mreet. Honolulu.
J'o per-ous wi-hbi-j to inve-t in
Choice Timber. Agriculture, Fiuil or
(irabi!!; Lands hi the fluu Stale of Cali
fornia,' or hi Desir.ihle Itulldlu; Lots in
the beautiful Oily and Jitibinlis of Oak
land, with In uiulvaled climate ami
oi)orliuiitle. I am prepared to offer
every inducement in the way of bar
gain's. The Lauds which I here offer have all
been most carefully Inspected by a
lhnrouhl.v reliable surveyor, employed
specially for that puruo-c, and I am
therefore enabled to give satisfactory
guarantee that every piece uncivil win
Mriclly eon-ci-pond with tho description
given "liv inc.
'lite Titles to llic-e Lands are perfect,
being in the main Mate school lands.
The previous pei-onal inspection
thereof at great expense, otters iiIimi
lute security to purchasers and Is an
Inducement offered by no other dealer
in stale school lauds In California.
The price ranges from SM.fiO per acre
upward according; to ipiality and loca
tion, and there Is no doubt, by taking
into account the rapid growth and pro
gression of that State, that the.-e land
offered at these low figures must within
a few year command a much higher
price and so secure to every investor a
protlt not easily cipiahd in any othci
line of speculation.
This opportunity will be open fof a
limited time only, and I therefoie ex
tend an Invitation to all who wMi to
secure good and cheap homes in that
magnillcunt .Slate and Country, and also
to tlio-e who desire to hivcM a Utile
money to so great advantage and profit,
to call upon me --non and obtain lull
Infoimatlou will be checifuily given.
IQ Olllce mum with .1. A. Magoon,
attorney, Xo. lu' Merchant street.
ICO tf ' A. aiOKOFI
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
Cor. lueen Jk Niinnnu NIh.
W Goods of all descriptions sold on
Mutual Telephone ii.1L
A OO OI) Pasture al Waikiki, lor a
limited number of horses, at rea
W. II. ALDHICIL
Notice ol Dissolution of
HAVING lioucht out the interest ol
Manuel Viera. of tin: Ilonnniu
Store, Hilo, Hawaii, I will pay all bills
against the said stoic, and all debt
owing the same will he collected by me.
WALTF.lt BY WATKH.
Honolulu, Feb. 18, 1800. 481 at
machine Blade loi !
1)ABTIER wishing tn get Machine
Made l'oi can do to by leaving
their containers plainly marked ut
Henry Davis'a Orocuiy Blorc, on Fort
Mreit. l'oi will he tkiivcml on Tue..
days and Fridays. Containers nuiRl lie
left not later than the day heroic.
HlOlm KALIHI I'OI FACTOJtY.
Cjerniau Sausage 3Iarket
JUST opened in "Armsliong's Ulock,"
near King Street Ibiilge. For sale
freBli dally Head Cheese, r'lanktniter,
llologna, Frying, Liver, Smoked and
4f.0 1m 1'ropiielor.
A N active Aiuciican, Knulishinan or
' (iennan, of good habits null char
acter, who also speaks Hawaiian, and
can IuiiiUIi thst-cluu iiieieuc.i-H, may
obtain a permunrnt Hlualion as Col.
lector, by mhlrcsbiug I'. O. Itnx No.
HOUSE to RUNT.
A LA HOB 2 Story House,
first clnsa in cvcy res-pt-ct,
Willi all necessary out.
bulhllngs, fine lawn, shade trees, (lower
liuls, etc, very ucsirauiy locaieu wtinin
10 minutes' walk of the Post Olllce, will
ho leased for ouo or more years, at a
leasonahln icntnl to a select private
family. Applv at
HAWAIIAN' Jtr.SIXF.S-S AOKXOY.
. .t .J) .VI j
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
01 new -sroitK:
Is issuing u new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of nil premiums paid in ad
dition to tho amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive, a given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiunm paid with inteicsl; or, instead of accepting the policy and prolits in cash the Iciral holder
may, WITHOUT AlUlJlCAIJCXAailNATIONaninVlTlIOlTKniTIIHU PAYMENT OF PUK.MIUJUS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in l-TLLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract Is Issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Stales, and tin; Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, lis assets exceeding One. Hundred anil Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
J6T For full particulars call on or
Dec- 2 1-89
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
I. rJC. JZJkJLUlY Miumgor.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, : CREAM rand-: PLAIN : SODA,
Solo Propriotora of BAILEY'S SARSAPAEILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale, Him Ale, Grenafline, wmto, Sarsaparilla, Mineral Waters; Etc.
Cottage For Sale
On SATUItDAY, Miircli 1,
at i; o'ei.ocH xox.
I will sell al Public. Auction nt tin-pie-
tuisc", ltic.lutrds ktnet, oppoMtu
the llawiiiiau Hotel, the
6 ftoom COTTAGE
ll'ilhionm, Fani.-y, Kitehru,
Seivaiil'H t'ntlngc, Stables.
Carriage & Chicken Houscb,
Lately the re idence of the under
signed. Ti:mis or nai.k cash.
IW lluildiiigs to he removed within
10 days fiom day of sale.
T.EWIS J. LEVEY,
481 Hit Auctioneer.
WM. K. KOWKLL will act for me
under full power of attorney
during my absence from Hie Klntrilnm.
Horolnlu, Fell, in, 18'JO. 480 lw
fpilK underslj-ucd has cold Ids in
A. lei est in the firm of Hop Yicli
Co., doing a dry g- odd buini"s at I-fo.
82 Niiuanu btriet, to Leonj; Hop. All
bills agaii.sl said Ilrm will be paid by
Leung Hop. TOM FAT.
Honolulu, Feb. 11, 1800. 47.r lw
rpiIK uiidcritigncd, having resigned
A liiti management of the Western
& Hawaiian Investment Co, (Limited).,
on account of ill hiallli, the Directors
of the Company in Dundee have ap
potntul Mr. Joseph U. Alherton as
Manager in Honolulu, ns of !!'' Decent,
her Inst W. L. CJHKK.W
llonnlulii, Ian. IS, 1810. 407 lw
HAVING Fold out my interest in the
linn of K More & Co to .1. N. S.
Williams, all persons indebtid lo sain
Ilrm are required lo pay the-amounts of
tlioir imli'lilrilmm lo me, mid all liuving
acconnis againBt said lit in will present
them to me for payment at the olllce of
Tikis. . LUCAS.
Honolulu, Feb. 1,18!)0. 482 lm
"pilO.S. ,1. KINO having this day, Feb.
.L ruaiy 1, UIO, sold lih inteicsl in
the business of King Hrotheis, dealers
in fancy goods and ai list's materials, ni
Hotel itreet, Honolulu, W. C. King will
continue to carry on the business on his
solo account, under Ihu Ilrm name of
"King Ilios.," and will collect all
amounts duo, and pay all claims against
the Ilrm of King Bios, from and after
tlie above mentioned date.
Tims. J. KINO,
W. C. KlXfi.
Honolulu, Fib. 17, 18110 480 lw
notice to siiirrisits.
IT'Oltlhemoie satisfactory accommn
. dalion of our palrons wo beg to
suggest to llicin that in cases where
drays aro required for shipping goods
lo nut-going steamers and coasters, or
in any case where leipdrcd, at 1 o'clock
sharp of tho day, they will find Hint by
tinging up Mutual Telephone No. 20'J,
between 12:15 ami ViiMi in tho noon
hour that Mr. Hewclt will be thciolu
person to receive all orders, and our
lilends will thereby greatly facllilato
business to tho better satisfaction of all
HUSTAOE & ROBERTSON.
ING up SJ20 Muliml Telephone for
OdoilcsR Excavation. 4S2 tf
a';. om.', ... l ,.,ai ,&M-airs&M
and oruVi'H should lie addressed lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
LOVE'S BAKERY & COFFEE SALOON,
ALWAYS OX MAX!) AXI) TO Ol'DKIt
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Riishs, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
Rye lb cad,
MEDIUM and SALOON BREAD !
MimblcN, jJliinri!i- Hunps, O'olVuf Cnlcs, Arc., .Vc.
0F And will be delivered free of chaiejo to any pait of the city. J3
liir-I ol FARM:
Collee, Tea, Chocolalo & Milk,
Roused riii's Feel, Cold Hani,
Spiced Tongue, Kpiccd JJecf, Pallida, Elc.
FINE HiVANA, MANILLA null AMERICAN CIGARS !
A LAIllli: ASSOIIT-MUNT 01'
Pipa & Cigarette Tobacco,
Pipes, Cigar and Cigarette Holders,
Cold Di'inkN, Etc.
Open from 3:P.O a. m. until 9::?0 l
all night. Bell Tele. 282. Mutual Tele. 241.
EGAN & G-UN-nsr
Slflnui'iiy Jlloelc, IVo. 77 Joi't StrvtU.
French, Eilish ai Awicai Dry aid Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have just received by last Australia a line lino of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard I
-lust tho material for Spring and Summer Wear.
New Stock of Ladies Hats
3VJE V DR. I JB 15 O 3V Si !
I JUST n EC FIVE I) AT
' Ghas. J. FISHELS,
The Leading Millinery lloiiee, Corner Foit & Hotel sts.
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTER TAKINC1 STOCK I HAVE REDUCED MANY LINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF THE FOLLOWING OOODS
ITill Fobi-un.vy l.tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(i and 8 Rullons in pcifeet onler nt -i-l a pair (beat Bargains.
All my DRESS OINtillAMS nlinitt 110 pieces to select from arc ofloied tit
Cont Price. A small line of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
READ THIS A largo assortment nf READ THIS
WHITE IMRJE&aS GOODS,
Such as Phpics, Embroidered Swisses, India Linen, Plain Swiss, NaiiiMink and
many other lines of White floods. I will f-oll nt Miuh a
, , pi ico that everybody will buy theni.
g0" Ibjritcinher, February Lltli will close (las Sale. .jjC0
I .' i o
i S. EHIILLCII,
V r. '
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
, M. Saluiday night, open
'. O. Box 178. -187 Im
Corn or Hotel & Fort Slroels.