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Tax Collector's Notice
District of Komi, Island of (Mini.
Tax l'nycri in this Disliicl are
n itilleil t pay up I heir Taxes, on or
bofoie the ilSlh tiny of I'cbniary,
H1H), or suit will lie bioughl toif
cover the -ami' with 10 per rent
added T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy A'ssi'ssor &. Oollectoi, lt
Division, Maud of Oaliu.
S. M. Damon,
MinNtcr of 1'inanee.
Tenders will he leeeived at the
Olliee of the Board of Education
until MONDAY, the lOtli of .March
next, at 12 o'clock noon, for t lit con
struction anil completion ot a
teacher's cottage 20.x0.10 feel on
the picini-o of the (iovemment
English School at llanapepe, Kauai.
I'lans anil Kpociliciitions may he
M'cn at the olllcc of the Hoard of
Education, Honolulu, and al Mr.
T. II. Gibson's, School Ap'nl, Wai
in ca, Kauai.
The Jioanl of Education doc- not
hind ilM'lf to accept the hiwe.M ot
tin lio.tul of Educa
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Education Oilice, Feb. 21, IS'.K).
ISC. :it-128 2t
Pledged ta netthcr itect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20, 1890.
Ti-ip or the Itnymnnil ToiirlHtw-.-WiiiNiinif
Wruthcr - rii-nHnut
A band of modern Argonauts on
Tuesday, Feh. 18th, set tail on the
Kinau to secure some of Pole's
lleece. 'i'lic company consisted of
the Raymond Excursion Party under
tlie management ot Mr. Henry C.
Lyons ,and more particularly des
cribed and set fortli as Mrs. M. T.
Tatum, Any;. Brosseau, Sirs. M. A.
Meyers, Miss Helen Lewis, Miss
Florence E. Stowo, reinforced by
.Miss Minnie Garrison, .Miss .lean
ette Shaw, Mr. and .Miss I)e Lucca,
Mr. and Mrs. Baker, Mr. Lee, for
eign tourists, and Miss Bessie O'
liricu, distinctively a Honolulu
young lady. This aggregation of
wandering pilgrims was under the
able and masterly chaperonagc of
Mr. .1. .1. Williams. The gay party
sailed away from picturesque Hono
lulu, past Diamond Head into the
realms sacred to tafl'rail exercises
and intestinal gymnastics. And the
sun went down on the gallant ves
m'I plowing its way to Maui. A
hiatus ccms to have occurred in
the voyage till Kcauhou was sight
ed on Thursday morning. About
I en o'clock the sightseers landed.
Horses were provided for all and
the cavalcade wound its way over a
bridle trail to Mr. PogueN. Here
they were regaled with a line lunch
and fresh milk. From Mr. Pogue's
to the Volcano the party rode in
brakes in high style and great com
loit. The pahoehoe trail had given
way to a smooth luoad road. Hut
even smooth road.- must end and
this one ends at the Volcano House.
It must not he supposed the com
fort and enjoyment of the trip ter
minated with the road. Far lrom it.
Mr. Maby's genial reception and
hearty hospitality was a natural se
quel to the trip. Kvcry attention that
experience could suggest or that
courtesy could inspire was bestowed
on the party jointly and severally.
The visitors now realize how one
man can be a host. Too much
praise cannot he showered upon
him and his worthy wife.
The train diew up at the hostelry
about -1 o'clock. After the ncccs
iary amendments, additions aid
alterations to the toilet, our wander
ers visited the .sulphur banks and
whiled away tiie time looking over
the quaint records left behind by
other wayfarers. It was -1 o'clock
in the afternoon of next day before
a descent was mado into the crater.
It is needless to say that the visitors
were becomingly awestruck by this
glimpse of unchained passions 61
nature. The Volcano is possessed of
mobile features. And many changes
have they undergone during tlto last
few months. To those who had
visited the crater heforc,its wrinkled
visage bore record of its eventful
existence. To the newcomers it
was simply a marvel, undreamed of
by imagination, unparalleled by
comparison. Dana Luke, which is
enlarging and rapidly filling tip is,
at present, the outlet of the crnler.
'i'lib atiienl bt Hie whIgi1, tottueHy
tl leal uccontpatiliid with groat
fatigue, is now nceomilislied with
ctvjo. The excellent arrangements,
which characterize all the Wilder
.Steamship Co.'s provisions for cont
rol t, have not been neglected heic.
The ladici were provided with
horses, and many u lively lepartee
anil many a merry laugh told how
easy it is to ascend a crater.
The indefatigable .1. ,1. was act'
ively employed In transtciring to
pasteboard views of the crater, in
terior of tin Volcano House, gioiips
of the parly, etc. After a perfectly
sumptuous breakfast, the tiavclers
left the Volcano House Sunday
morning. An enjoyable drive in
the brakes and an equally pleasant
equestrian completion of the trip
brought them back to Keatilinu.
Here the patty scattered, each fol
lowing the devices and desires of
his own liear.t. Some gatheied
shells, sonie communed with the
mighty sea, while others paced the
yellow sands iniiMiig on hopes that
had dawned in life's cheerful morn
ing, gleamed in tlie zenith of its me
ridian and set In the tranquillity of
its evening. But gatherers, com
municants and nnisers were soon
called to embark. One lady had
just stepped into the boat and was
still supported from the shore when
a sudden lurch and retreat of the
tickle boat shall we say ity preci
pitated the fair one into the briny
vastness. While at the Volcano
House a picture had been shown
them. Tlie simila.ity of the scene
depicted on paper and the scene
transpiring in real life had almost
the force of a prophecy and its real
ization. A slight difference may he
mentioned. Two hungry shaiks in
the engraving formed with the young
lady a tiio of absorbing and tragic
interest and removed all doubts
about one going into two. Tlie lady
was rescued from her involuntary
plunge and enjoyed the episode as
much as the others.
The trip from Kcauhou on return
to Hilo occupied from 10 o'clock a.
m. to ." o'clock p. m. The naviga
tors had a taste of the hospitality
for which Hilo is famous. Most of
them were entertained by Mr.
Hitchcock. All the residents con
tributed to make their stay, a species
of ovation. Howard Hitchcock's
gallery attracted them and a liberal
patronage by tlie party will ever re
main as a pleasant souvenir ot their
visit. Wilson's Volcano Stables
furnished means of transportation of
the daring explorers, who completely
discovered tlie vicinity. The enter
prise ot Mr. Wilson is worthy of
mention. Fine California horses,
stylish vehicles and conveyance
aiid rates even cheaper than in Ho
nolulu, are features of his stables
that should insure generous patron
age. The stoppage at Mahukena was of
too shoit duration to admit of a ride
on tlie cars through the Kohala Dis
trict. Mr. C. L. Wight threw open
his doors to the hardy adventurers
and good cheer beguiled their short
stay. From Mahukona the bronzed
and sturdy cliff-climbers returned to
Honolulu, where they arrived at bix
o'clock this morning.
All the voyagers arc profuse in
their enthusiastic praise of the com
forts and conveniences of the steamer
Kinau. The kindness of Captain
Lorcnzen is something more than the
politeness due travelers it is the
courtesy and thoiightfulness of a
natural-born gentleman. Mr. Lyon
avers that the general forethought
and considerate attentions of the
company are something unpreced
ented fn his experience of many
years devoted to traveling. The
weather was all that could be do
sired. All tlie lava-trotters returned
except Mr. Lee, who succumbed to
the fascinat'ons and allurements of
Hilo and remained there.
THE HILO RECORD.
The llecord of Feb. 18 has the
We understand that but, little
woik will be done further on the
volcano road until after the Legis
lature ineet-5. The prison gang will,
in all probability, lie kept on anil
perhaps a gang of natives clearing
ahead as far as Kanckoa. The road
will be finished up so that one can
diive up to lower Olaa, about 12
miles. It is to be hoped that we
will have an appropriation large
enough to tlnisli it within 12 months
after. We also hear that the part
of tho road between Waiakca and
the woods has been turned over to
the road board, who will hereafter
keep it in repair.
We notice that the Hag staff in
tho Courthouse yard has recovered
from its lumbago, thanks to the
Tlie Government holiday passed
off very quietly in town, nothing
being done by the public on that
The Puakala party arrived Wed
nesday Inst from the mountains and
report line weather most or the time,
with frost at night.
A lienvy fall of snow again on
the mountains last week.
During tho past week one or two
shocks of earthquake have been felt.
Not much activity in tho Volcano at
'iin: ii.i:a.ni:rs' iii:xi:iit.
The entertainment Saturday even
ing, given by the Hilo "Literary"
at tlie Courthouse, was a decided
success. This highly original re
mark is not due to the late hours re
sulting from a somewhat lengthy
programme, hul from a sense of un
fitness lo cope with the dilllcultirs
the discussion of such an affair al-
So'alUl'So's piuho oolo was exqui
site or Mr. Dash's singing execlablo
might create hard feelings even In
Ililo's loiiKsuffcring noeicty. The
programme, with a few iilteratlnno,
wa't well carried out, about us tol-lows-:
I'l.ino Unci II TiuvitliPie... Melinite
Mr, and MN S-wrance.
Art CiitlcUins in the National AH mi
Kalrv Choi'iH I'.si'.tiiian
The Die uier.
Two Scene finm Nlclinla Nlel.lehy.
Mr. Nlcklcl.v Ml- Dcyo
Ml- N'loMclt'v Ml" Lyman
Mi. N ieklehv' lover Mr. Klcliaid
Nicliotns NieKlt'ltv Vl W. K. .-colt
Tlie Keeper Mr Km I
Solo Thv etitlnul am I Wal-mi
" Mr. A. V. Unit.
(a) Woman' ii(.'.li!.
(ci riiiipi l.lnpo iteclailng l'v-' to
LticiTla I mi.
(t) bachelor' Ifrvcil. .
holo Tltlne eje "n blue ami tender
with vlnllii llllli,r:Ho
Mr. K. W. Deacon ami ('apt. TiMiell
Iticilalioii 'Ihclcaloti- Wife
Mr-. V. t:. Scott,
t'lioru Ciuiiovalc ltn Itil
a) The hallud ot llic I H-li'i ni:ii.
(li) The three luvci-.
Solo-Selection with Ilaujo nccompaiil
ini'iil. ("apt. Tlhhctt.
The "Literary" will be held four
weeks from hfst Saturday night,
which will bring it on March H.
n.viiv ninsr. viornivni!
Any one wishing the above woik
done on the atticlcs named will
please send them in lo .Miss .Maiy
Hitchcock, where the best of work
will be done for live cents a pair.
Now is your chance to save a few
The following intelligence is fiom
the Pecord of Feb. 2.":
Mr. Alfred Horner, the Represen
tative elect for Not Hi Hilo, is in
town examining into the needs ol
this district for "the next Legislature
to pass on. He is a progressive
man and believes that ,ve must have
a good wharf, and in the Hilo and
llamakua railroad. That the latter
will be commenced in a year he be
lieves, and we have no doubt that
all the planters and others interest
ed will give Mr. Horner all the help
they can in the matter. Weleain
that Mr. Horner of Kukaiau is now
putting in f00 acres of corn on the
uplands of llamakua. This is on
that tract ot land we have so many
times spoken of as being such a rich
and fertile tract for the raising of
grain and potatoes. We wish that
others might he induced to follow
The next chinch social, we under
stand, is to be held at tiie residence
of Mrs. W. K. Scott at Wainaku.
Dr. Lundy the dentist is in town
and will attend to the, wants' of our
townspeople in that line.
v c understand that Mr. Loelien
stcin lias been engaged on the sur
vey of the Oahu railroad for a few
A Japanese caught distilling rice
wine at Papaikou was lined last
week in the Police Court SilOO.
The ball given by the younir men
of Hilo passed off very well. Every
one remarked on the heat, but the
dancing was kept up just the same,
and it did not slop until after one
A woman, McGuirc's mother,
started to go up maiika of J.aupa
hoehoe and it was supposed she had
reached her destination, when her
horse was found wandering around,
and search was made for the wo
man, and she was found by the side
of the road, above Papaloa, dead.
It is supposed that shodied of heart
The high water out in the coun
try, caused by the last heavy rains,
did a great deal of damage in wash
ing out watcrhcads and Humes. The
high surf took away the Honomu
and Ilouohina landings, and washed
largo rocks through the Hakalau
mill that is down in the gulch.
The Raymond tourists arrived in
town Sunday evening, and report
the volcano fairly active.
Island of Oahu. II mile-
iiolllhl, iiCoinnclent Dilver
who is capable of clinking ficlghts ami
unilci'staiiils native. Dhcct comniiuil
calloiiN lo Honolulu -P. t). box 0."
SITPATION ai liookl
town or plantation.
I). P," this r.lllce.
.cent r in
! EETINC NOTI OE.
AMKLTINO of the Hoekholder of
Iho Iteclpiocltv .Suirar Co. will he
hold at thi! olllcc ol W. It. Castle., at
o'clock noon, SATURDAY, Maich I.
Is'.iO. 11iiIiic of importance.
s7 It N'cs clary.
A KINK Norman
lirolun to carriage or
S-3.. sound; a haigain.
For pnitlculuiH inquire of
lVJU (.'ait. CLUNKY.
ALL ik'innml? ngnliitl tho above vch.
eel will plertbti Im pies-entcd at my
ollloc. (Juoi'ii street, on or before Tlnus.
day, Full. ii7, ISUO, lor telllmnont.
I. I. DOW.SKTT.
Honolulu, Feb. 21, If III. Hill-It
K" NGnp220 Mutual Telephone for
OilorlcsB K.cavnllon. 4S2 if
y jr2v k
noMMhv, n u mmvm , w
Jinn i i ii 'n'i " ' ' " "r' "mii ' hHi!tf'aa.
" Collage For Sole
On SATIJHIMY, March
XC I!i I.OI'lt XIMI.V.
I v. ill sell at Public Auction at the pic.
nilsi'S Kleliiirtls street, opposite
the Hawaiian Hotel, the
6 Room COTTAGE
itlno.iia, Pi'ii , Kllclicu,
s't'lvMiil'i. ('oilajjc, Stable.,
Cavringe & Chicken KoiiBCti,
Lately the ii'-lilenee of the under,
Ti'.it.tis or s.vi.i: CASH.
f.?; Iliiildhifrs to h" teiv.o.'id wllli'n
10 ilays tioin il.iy of sale.
M3Vt"H .1. LEVEY,
(Into City Sta Filler
Thei' Fillers arc easily cleansed,
and XV. Kit lieeome ClsAPKKI) or
CKAZKI) by change of temperature of
The Filtering .Mcilhunl a NATPUAL
STONK, niliicd fiom theeailh. li N
nnlike any other stone.
It Docs Not Absorb and
Become Foul !
LMIM'UITIKS never PKNKTRATK
it, hut lie on the surface, and Internally
the -tone leiiiabis as pine and while
after year of c-c a when taken from
The Oale City Stone Filler I a per
fect 'iicecs. If 1- the only real tiller I
have ever seen. I would not lie without
one for any eonsidciallon. It converts
our lake water Into Hie best drinking
water hi the woild.
llr.Miv M. I.Mian-, M. I)..
":;;! Yt Adams ,m , Chicago.
W For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Op oii'e ?pirc';cli A- Co.' I'ank,
i tl I'oit siiuul, Honolulu.
-I'm: s.vi.r. uv 'iin:-
-I7S 1 in
UAH resume 1
practice. Ollleis: HI
School street hetvvien Niiiianu nail
Liliha MrcetB. Tiilcpliniies: Onicc:
Mutual L'll, Hull 2t'.. Iteslilence:
Mutual ill'.', Hull lo.'i. 181 lw
now preparoil lo
in Kanev Woil;
Room II. Class
-ous by siicelal
al "J'liii Arlington,'
Pildavs. Private' li
pOTTAtiK with Yard. In
l5"5fl v K""d onlcr, hv a snuill
SSa53M family, for Mm eh 1st or Apiit
IM. Ili'iil to he
One hi (Im
lC. V. .,"
llosil EHlute I'or Sale.
AV4k rPVO Houses and Lots on
?7Wi JL Knhello Lane, I'lilntmi.
i?.gK ( onvcuiuiit lo Btciiin ami Ham
oiiio. very iieaiiiiy tnr'iiiiiy. i.oi oa
lilac stieni, near Hniuauku' Lino. For
pirticuhirs applv to
.JOHN P. I'.OWLKR.
OrChas. T. (Jubfk. -K.0 :im
TO IjET or JjEASE
Yoimu slicet, nppo-iite
leo VvorKs, a biimil
;o enntainliig -1 rnonw;
largo htalilo and yard, aitcsian water
laid nn ; vciy dcsiialilc for liuck ordmy
business. Apply to
I -Oil' Al K. O. Hull h'lii.
1ING np'-'S'l Mutual Telephone for
av uitoi(-iig j'Acvvaiion.
i , ' WW . ;W UnwVCKff
mm S dliSldi
Is tsiiing a new form of itiiiitihto which provides, in tlie cvijiit. of death, for a return of till ireiiiiiiir,s paid in ad
dition to the amount ol the policy, or, should the insured survive, a given number of years, the Company will
iittiiu all the premium') pi'id with Interest; or, instead of accepting lite policy and pmllt's in cash the lenal lioldei"
may, WITHOUT AIKMCALKXAMINATKVN and WITHOUT R'KTHKR PAYMENT OK PRK.AIH'aiS, take in
licit thereof the amount of policy and profits in ITLLY PAID 1'P insurance, paiticlpating annually in dividends.
Remember, this conlrael is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company In the United Stales, and the Lar
gest Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
tOT For full particulars call on oi address
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
nt Union Bread, Juflln, Giner Uw,
gST And will be DKL1VKRKI) PRKK of CllARtJi: to nuy
Tim, Chocilalc iv Milk,
Snii'-cil Pig'.i Feel, fjnhl Hani,
IMjM! & C'itftm'ito Tolmcco,
ti.& Open fiom :!:"() .v. m.
!ual Telephono 211. Po.-t Ollicc
wMmtm. ,Mi,wKz.mttJm amMWi
SaiKaElUDlan a j? i B Ba JTB Hi
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Me, Hi Ale, Greiiafliie, RagiejiMe, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Walers, Etc.
& All coiuniitnicalioDK and orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
tar Ti,! TT T -a
NOW that the ruitiy soason ia upon
ur, everj body wiintn a ilnoi' mat
that will lie an imminent, at the Iront
ilnnr, anil ill tlioro.iglily do the work
eipiiri'il ot it Tim
I faHmau Steel Wire Mat ! i
li hid the thing. II e.uuiot become
HoaUcil by in'n, iin is !h i ci'e with liber
nil'-, and it nlway-i ki:cH ch an. lluing
iniidi! ot C id van lz 'd Wue.
They Gannoi Rust
As do many of tin' v!ie unit now in
inc. Thev'irj tlf Biiperirii1 to mid fur
iiiiiii' ilntiihle than liber or inlihir. (.'all
he bad ol Sttel Wire al
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
(llpp'slln Hpirekelfi it Co's llmk,
13'J If Koit stu'ct, Honolulu.
AN Al Ve-el will ho ileppalched for
Honolulu to Mill from XewYoik
In all the iiiuulh of April. Older fur
o)(ls iii bo shipped by this ve-.el
.umhl he forwarded u". early ai pod
blc to Iii-iiic 'hlpuieut I'or fiuther
parlleuliii- Iniiuhe of the At'iiK
lloiiolulu. II. I.
Or, XV. II. C'ROSSMAN & RRO..
7" V 7H Itioad hlieet,
l'i 'Jin New York City.
a i.Aitui: co.swioNjin.sT nr
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
UftiBON FEED CO.
w.'. . .v. .'i hukw, .- Xv.w?vjraWwSfcwa
NEW YORK LINE
' oxt Tvas-vv
ALWAYS OX HAND AND TO ORDKR
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts,
, Water Ciackern,
T . . Spiced Tongue, Spiced lie
" AMERICAN CIGARS !
a i.Aitm: ARriniriMiiNv or
Pipes, Cigar & CigaroUo
Ha tin day night, o
e g a sr $, G-uisnsr
aiclnci'iiy IIloolc. fo. 7 7 i'oi't feitvo!t.
Froth, BnUnk ana American Dry ai Fancy Geois,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have jtit leeeived by last Austialia a line line of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard I
for KpiiiiK and
ew Stock of
TV "E TT RIBBONS!
,11'ST RKCEIYED AT
Chas. J. FISHEL.S,
The Leadini; Millinery House, Corner Fort &, Hotel sla.
CORN 1211 HOTEL
Great Reduction 3a!e !
AFTER TAKING STOCK I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OF TIIE FOLLOWING GOODS
ITill February l.tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(I and 8 Buttons in perfect order
All my DRESS GINGHAMS about
uoBtrjico. A btnall lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
READ THIS A largo assortment of READ THIS
WHITE IK.E GOODS,
Such na Tiques, Embroidered Swisees, India Linen, l'lain Swiss, Nainisool:
many olhor lines of White Goods. I will soil at such a
price that everybody will buy them.
0B" Remember, February lfith will close this Sale. jJf
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Coffee Gates, Bit, Etc.
pnit of the city. &jl
f, Saliiile, Klc
ifolilors, Co7d Dtinlrs,
en all night. Roll
PLAIN : SODA,
27 - 80
& FOliT STREETS.
ni'CKl) MANY LINKS OF
nt $1 a pair-
140 pieceH to select.
fiom nro ofl'ered al
Corner Hotel & Fort Streeta.
Aie,vstkiUk.j.-. natfr. r'i.