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Tenders will bo neeivul lit the
Office of tho TdiniMer of the Interior
unlinVKDNKSlUY, July. Id. 1M10,
tit 12 o'clock noon, for the uiluiti of
One Hundred nnd l'ifty (moic or
let-sl New llebiidoans lo the l&lunds
uf Sandwich, Mull'icoUs, Ainbryin,
nud Piiuma, iu the New llobridoa
IJids inu-d im hide piovieioiit-, spe
cifications foi which may ho obtained
on application to the Sci-ie.luiyof the
12 oat d of Immigration.
Date of sailing to be not Inter than
Aug. 20, 1SD0.
l Is RPEXCEK,
Minister of the liiloiior, nnd Prci-
dentof tho llomdof Immigration.
rr ij i-i
o4? R l
Hedtcrd to nettker i'l-ct nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1890.
THE OAHU RAILWAY.
On the first of the present month
1 turned over to the O. It. & L. Co.
subject lo the approval pf inspectors
appointed by the Hoard of Directots,
10 miles of railway completed equip
ped and in operation. The first
rail was laid in Honolulu just 10
months prior to the completion of
the contract. H. was with a good
deal of a struggle- that 1 succeeded
in getting from the last Legislature
a bare franchise to build tho road.
Not one cent has this government
expended to encourage the building
uf this line. Jt has not aided the
credit of the company fco much as
to guarantee a cent of interest
upon its bonds; had this been done,
I could have floated the bonds at five
percent instead of seven percent in
terest which the company arc now ob
liged to pay. A duty o 10 peicent
was charged on the rails, spikes, etc.,
nted in the constiuction of this
line. 1 may also state without, fear
or favor that I have had the moat
tedious and disagreeable task I ever
undertook to perforin, to get aught
of way where ou to build the line.
With few- notcble exceptions I have
beeu compelled to pay for light of
way several times the -value of the
land, to avoid a law -suit and injunc
tion being served to stop the pio
yress of the road. The idea of
some land owneis in this country
seems to be that a railroad company
ought to cover the ground they lake
with twenty dollars gold pieces for
having the privilege of incicasing
the value of land and making its
owners rich. I do not mention the
forgoing in tho .spirit of complaint
nut simply note these facts in com
parison with the treatment similar
project) receive in Mexico and the
United htates of America, as set
iortli iu a letter received n few days
miicp from my friend W. II. Bailej,
who is interested in railway budd
ing iu the above named countries. 1
enclose his letter from which you
may make such extracts only as re
fer to the encouragement he recom
mends for i ail way building here, nnd
the generous help lie has received
Ii. V. 1)11 LISQU All.
MMllMHg MM derating 1110 rOU
navIng only such supplied of station
ery, nnd lubricating oils as were'
actually being manufactured in
Mexico ni the timo of granting our
My "'California Hallway" enter
prise has been eminently successful
through the intelligent co-operation
of our business men, and land
holders along tho route, the major
ity of whom have granted us rights
of way at lrom ten to fifty percent
of the market value of their land,
where situated in localities already
provided with railway facilities.
When not so piovlded we have been
freely offered tights of way, without
cost'to ourselves, and in some cases
the right of way, nud either a land
or money subsidy as well.
The fact is generally recognized
by all intelligent men that a railroad
built through a new country en
hances the value of its lands, devel
opus new enterprises, enables the
marketinjj of perishable products,
and provides the means of enjoj inz
tiie social advantages of adjacent
This fills the country, hitherto
only suitable for stock purposes,
with an intelligent population whoso
homes, embellished with trees and
shrubbery, add to the natural beau
ties of the scenery, and make coun
try and village life attractive for the
young, as well as for the pleasure
scekcis fiom the cities.
As the travelling facilities of
these Islands are improved you will
see a large influx of capitalists, in
valids, and tourists, who will in a
few yoai- udd very laigely to the
wealth of this country.
With my best wishes for your
future attempts to develop the re
sources of this bcatiful country.
I loinaiu, sincere1 youis,
"W. II. Bailly.
auotlon Sal&s by Unfiles P. Morgan, koilon Sales by 3aii.es I Morgan.
On SATURDAY, July Wlli,
AT 10 C7.K A. M..
At mv Salesroom, Queen sticer, I will
sell at Public .tuition for account ol
whom it may concern, ilu following
MciehaudNc damaged per Hiltisli baik
"lion ow dale" from l.lveipoul:
T. H. D. o. Co.
T. H & 5
OU keg Hnbbuck's Genuine
White T.fiail, CO Ins each
fiC.9 kegs Hubbuck's Genuine
untie J.eau, -j,i ins eaeu
130 kcirs Hnbbuck's No. 1
umunii wiuie i.rio, -m inseacn
108 kegs Hubbnel.'s Patent White Zlnu
Taint. L'5 lbs inch
ISO kegs lltibbttek's Oennltie Tied Lead,
2," lbs each
T. H. D. & Co.
T. II ft S
1!U dtiinis Hubbuek's l'.Uo Bulled Ltn
hmhI Oil. " Amu gallons each
fidiums Hubbuck's Palo Boiled Lin
seed Oil, i Amu gillons cueh
47 dnim Ilubbuek's Kaw Llnsieil Oil,
5 Anin gallons! each
LARGE & IMPORTANT
Crei We Sals
1 nm directed by Mr.ssns. II. 1IA0K
FKI.D & Co. to sell ot Public Auction,
nt their stote, Queen street, on a llbeml
ci edit to the trudc, ou
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday,
July 14, 15 mid 10, lSfiu,
IViniacaclng at 10 O'clook A, H, Eich D.iyi
All their Importation of McrchnndWc
of eveiy deseilptlon. The sale will
emnpiKe specially "-elected goods of the.
latest styles, too numeions to specify.
Among" the nock will be found lull
. ISSl'ED BY THE
yXT TVJEW YORK
U5CESAW A. HcUUEtttY. PrcHttleut.
IS" tor full particulaii apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Terms Cash in U- S. Gold Com.
JAS. -F. MOKaAN,
L. .1. Lr.vrv, : : I.r.Ki:.
Oi.iit Piui.Lii'S, : Ma.vaoi'.i:.
IlAitur Bri.i., : Stai.i: Diuix'tou.
W. I)i:vn:n. : : Puoi'Kutun.
V. i:. .Mamiov,
Xew Fashionable Diy Ooodi,
Pi hits, Clothing,
Sydnej & Knglbh Saddle',
" 6 B i? Si n s
WC7 Cr A rv O fS"B 'IK TE3ESTA
ALWAYS OX HAND AND TO OliDER
Ilci-i . Ohmnp.ignes,
t 1 ( i J I B
Fresh Cakes, Piess Buns, Bc!Is5 Esc, EicM
fl 11 1 V
.Jumbleo, Cofifoo Cakcc, Crackers, Etc., Etc.
tfzr Aud will be HKLIVEKEfV VV.VA: of CHAKGE to any juul of the city. fj)
THE TIVOLI TROUPE.
Aiiotliri- tiumiii.rlIonRc.-Fun uu tl,e
The Hawaiian Opera Ilouto was
ciowded iast niglit, a large number
of movable chairs having to be
placed downstairs, and every seat
in the balcony being lilled. The
Tivolis appeared in "Fun on the
Bristol," a comedy faicc. They
kept the audience amused through
out. Although there is not much in
the piece itself, a great deal of fun
can be piled on it. This was done
last night, particularly by Sir.
O'Connors, as "Widow" O'Uricn ;"
Mr. Harry Gates, as "Count Hfen
aggio;" Mr. Ogden and Mr. "Wal
lace, as "Captain" and "Tommy
Cranberry," respectively, and Mr.
Bell and Miss Lec.'as "Jerrv" and
The two last made a hit in their
topical song, "We'll all be angels
by nud by." Mr. Wallace was very
comical in acting, and set the house
in a roar with his hong, "The Ba
nana Man." Mr. Hamilton's bass,
and Mr. Gates' tenor singing were
as mfich enjoyed as on their pre
vious appearance. Miss Carman
displayed a pure contralto in the
ballad, "The Horn of Sweet He
pose." The full company gac a
scries of popular songs in choius,
with solos by the leading voices of
the several parts.
Saturday evening "Our Slrage
tists" will be repeated.
TiToli Gaiety Goit
Who were rt reived again Thuuday
ulght hy the law-it audience ever wit
nessed hi the Opera lIoue, the theatre
beiuK packed fiom llooi to celling and
liunUiedd uu ued awa.v di-appoiuted.
Saturday Evening, July 12tli,
Will be repeated by special request
of tho public,
" Our Strategists "
Which wa )ieiiirmcil ou Tuufdav night
to a ciowded and cutliiisiat-tlc audience.
"PECK'S GAD BOY" in active piep.ua
tion anil will be pioilucul on Tuesday
ev enintc m-Nt.
rsp" Plan for iescived pcat for any
night of the season can be seemed at
the olllce of J.- ' Levey, cor. I'oit and
Qiicpn Sh. t01 it
StsJ All Ood offeied will be pwl
tively -)ld, ami lnr;ii Invoices will be
clo5e'd at any pilec on Ubowl lurnii.
TStUSM ut s.u.r..
,)AS. F. MOIIGAN,
Executor & Trustee's Sale of
Oil Ilk UOrM
niL.1., oi- bWIltO:
C..R'..e, Tea, Clu-coLile &
Stttiki, Chop.-, Viih, Hani & Fpg
jVosn "1 l:UO
Ovht'i f-k-vvs. Binned Pin
51- i O 1 li. Sil.
'.- Keit, Hit:
VI "NTT fill a 'irm T I EP l0 f UV
. ai.iui'-:v'iijjvu 1 1. j i.'-
KXTKOTs KKOM Ml. is viixy'.- ixiti'.i:.
The country should not only re
cognize your "enterprise and ability,
but assist it by gianling such sub
sidies as will enablo jou to success
fully build and operate a railway
y stem wherever railroads will help
to build up the country, and fill
hitherto unoccupied tracts vrith a
population, which infused with some
of your own energy, shall give new
life to commercial enterprises, and
make this the highly productive
country, which its riclt soil, and
favorable climate insure its becom
ing, if wise legislation shall assist
Some years since I was one of a
company which secured from the
Mexicau Government a franchise for
u railroad from Mnzullan to the
California boumlry, a distance of
over 1000 miles, as also over anj'
aide lines which wo desired to build
and operate, over a comparatively
level country having great utitural
lilt undeveloped pioductiveness.
We were not only granted the light
of way for a width of one huudred
feet, including all mines, etc.,
through and over which wo might
pass, but a subsidy amounting to
over SM,000 per mile. .Subsequent
ly we were also granted tho solo
right to build from Mazatlan to Gua
dalajara, the Mexican Government
recognizlug the great advantages to
the country of railroads through its
territory. Subsidies from piivnto
owners, also from the several States
through which tho line passed
brought up the total to ovor $17,000.
Wo were also granted tho right to
import free of duty, or tax of any
kind, all railroad material and sup
plies of erery kind needed for
HOHOKAA GOVERNMENT G
The closing exercises at this
school were held Tuesday morning,
and were attended l3' a tew of the
pupils' parents and friends. The
rooms weio festooned with leis.
Specimens of freehand were dis
played on the blackboards which
vveie very good.
It was apparent that there had
beeu I ho most faithful work done by
the teacheis, especially in the
primary department, tinder Mis.
Scott. Tho examinations were ex
ceedingly creditable to both teachers
and pupils. This school has made
much advancement since Mrk. Over
end lias become principle. She is the
right person in the right place nnd
the Board is veiy foitunato in hav
ing one who is so devoted to her
wotk. If we had a few more teachers
like Mrs. Ovei end and Mrs. Scott,
our children would receive a decent
education, without goiug to Hono
For (ho Races !
S S -H
C . ti
C. ji "J - C rt
-ii3 J a s.
S3 A z
i: 2 r "
"iCc. an 5
Ity direction of OKC1U UltOWX.Bx
eeutoi .tTiiistee of the Last Will and
Testament ot l'lillip Milton deceased,
I am directi d to t-ell at l'uullc auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT 10 U'CJ.OUIi A. 31..
Ac the Farm llouso In P.dolo Valley,
Honolulu. Oahit, all the follow iinr,
de-eilbeil I'ropeity, fultablu
for Ranch purpose-:
l?l All that laud containing aumea
of ir.OJ-rt nricr. and t-imute iu Jvipalinlu
nnd Wiiialac-lki, Dlitiletof Kona, Oalm.
and being the p lino jneuiUcs convened
to tliu -:iid Philip alllton hv the Trits
teei of the Ltate of W. U. Luu:illlon
Jml All that land oontaiiiiii-r an aiei
of nine neit1? situate hi l'alolu Valley,
and being the f-amc pieml-crt oonveyirt
to tho said Philip Milton by Ur-cilda
Shciman. Tilts piopeity has a huge
leseivoir upoii ir, which supplies the
lowei lands with water fm i'.co ctihiv.i'
tion, the leseivoir is ISO fathoms -(jiiaie
anil has a deptli of 1 1 feel, and cos,t in
the neighborhood of 10,000.
Hid All that laud containing an aiou
of U0 aeiea and situate at Kipahiihi,
O.llui. The two laigei- tl.iels lu Ivipi
hnlii and Wiii.il i-ilI oie fenced with
goodMouc walls nud whe f- ucliur Ui
vides them fiom properly now in jm
scsf Ion of D. P. Ifeuiibeig and uppiI for
TAHITI : LESlOiyADE,
Sole Piopriotors of BAILEY'S SAR9APA2ULLA & IROST WaTEK,
Biipr All. Hen tin, Bniiiiie, KasiitorrFis, Sarsensriila, linrai Mm, Etc.
j?aS" -A. II comiiiiinlcatloiis and onlej-s shonlii bo atUlrcHtioil in
BMNSON, SMITH & CO.,
389 1m Aa-eiiTs.
nm ni nrir iM-i,-fcjLrf ti iTniiii
I"V aToimjrMan of jjoml ehui.ietor
:v. v0ll recuiiimeude.il.
at 'i o'clock i. m.
I)USi-KS will leave, the
J Pantheon Stables for
Planters SLoYers of Good Stock
m at the
and place the
rpili: Unwiiiim IJoU'l SlubJp- j;lvc
JL norlee to tliOM' owing them old
aeeonnn, Hut if not i-'ottleil hv Augn-t
1. ls:0, thev wl'l be iiui in tlio hand-,
of a eo lertiir. "Ol til
uf the TInval
.T7ILTi find cinploymeut
t t j-.tno ico i;rcum
Sttlo of Fancy Articles J
rpiIKHK will ho a sale of Fuuoy Artl
X cits, chiefly llawuil.in, at Queen
V.inma Kill), on VltlDAY. July 11,
ISIH), for tho benellt of that institution.
Itcficshniciits will ho served. H81 td
HAWAIIAN Council Xo. OsO, Ame
riean Legion of Honor, meet.
THIS (1'ilduy) KVLXING. at 7:!'.0
o'clock, ut Harmony Hall. Kingsttcet.
B02 It beeretury.
NOTIOIilslioioby given Hut I will
pay no bills eonliaeted by Mis.
Itebocca Panea Piiukii without my
.T. ALFIJKIJ 3IAGOOX.
Honolulu, July 11, lbl'O. CO'J lw
Jiiht nn lvrd on tho t-mastod sfhoouer
"Olga," JB Ileod of.Mule-i and II Head
Gentle Horses Milt'ablc for ladies to
(hive. Also, the trotting horse "Cairo."
Brood Hares, Thoroughbred a Road
1 Norman Stallion,
1 Coach btalliou,
rrvn Head of COWS-!) Duilnius with
Calves U weeks old; 1 Jei'-ey wiil
calvo In (I weeks; 1 AiyMiiri! Cow,
now limiting 5 gallon" a day.
Also, Four Road Carte,
(.'! I'otiilimm i: 1 l'ruser;)
1 ITino Top Boc'a-away.
tSJTPor futther paitlculais apply to
At the Pantheon Stable-).
KONG WO CHAW,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Alto, Gcnoral Merchandise.
llwa Plantation, : Honolulu, llwn,
Tiuvelcrs by train or (overniuent
load can bccuru aeeoinmodatlons anil
board. Charges lea'-onab'o. i0-' lm
Dissolution of ParliiorHhip
TUP. linn hoictofoiu doing a cariien
teilng and housebuilding hiislueF-s
In Honolulu, under the Hi in name of
".Smith & .Mills," has tide, day been dis
solved by mutual consent. The busi
ness will hereafter bo can led nn nttho
Ninie place by W. 11. Smith, of the late
firm of binlth &51Ill'r.
Honolulu, July 10, lbVU. C2 3t
Lease from 'I'liMeCs of Ilisliop IMate
of Waahila, i'.OO ucies, ju.uly loutal
00, Icjrc exphes August, 18!)t)
Leae fiom S. Kavvai alid LeUaul of 'J
pieces of land In Walaniau and Keldo
yJj acies, j early rental $21, lease ex
phes In August. 1800.
'i'ho lauda of Wntdilln IbG acies aie
now bilughig a rental under an agree
ment with Poitngiieso of 80() a jear.
Theie am about S nuns of taio almost
ilpe wlikh will ho i-olil with the laud
upon which it Is gt owing
'lhu Income fiom Oiauge, Limes,
Coffee, Etc.. and Pasturage, have
amounted to about 8 101) a year.
The jn-onei ty above set forth Inve a
labnier's house, slaughter lioun: and
other outbuililliiLrs upon litem, and li
Aho ut the name lime and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 Milch Cows, Seven Pair of Woiklng
Oxen, also lloihvs, 0 Hares and 'J
Colts, Ox Cait, Saddles amt I5i idles,
Yokes, oto . etc.. and other utoiiblls and
propel ty used upon a well appointed
E2) ThoT'ioperty ranbe luspeetod at
any time. Kor further partleitlars apply
JAS. F. 3IOKGAN,
Or, to Cr.cn, Uuovvk,
Lxeeutor & Trusten. fiOO lm
7 V. bthnol iliuliiu' Dr. P.. O. I'.eek-
wltliS tline, who bave not reeelveil In
vltatiniH in lhu ltoy.il .,;elioul .luhilee,
left (lilt llUVVillillgl.V. Will pllMlMI mmii lu
their names limnedl.iiclv to Mr. .Ln.
Keola, at the iJri.i.tcriN Olllce C01 'Jt
Having iiinriVil out f
DIVIDKND will be paid on the
lfilli July, to the eieditoH of II.
M , at tho ofllee of Alev J. Oaitw light,
iMcicluint htieut, opposite Heiliol sliu't.
Please call eaily.
coi iw pj:itoitDi:u,
1 o VOLUMES Encvcloniedla lltltan
JLO idea, Moioceo bound, In good
NEW Piuultiue: Pailnr
room Sets, Movn, 1-te.,
Hiierlilee. Apply at olllce ot
Cuirhigc Muuutactuiiiig Co.
lltc , at-a
ODA WOKKS to moif commodious quarter? at'
(N'enr the Custom llone)
We are iioiv piepuit-il lo fiiinirh ot sriioit notice, ami of prime quality, any
nt Um billowing High. Gluts Am.ittd Iievt.-tiiges:
Limioii, sinihiny or Gmn
Efirbuptirillrt, Sarstiparilla &; Iron Water, and Crab
LMng evclth-ivcly tlie HYATT PUKE WATER 8VSTE.V.
g8J H BiftSWC"
" - mm ymumm m a tm tmsm w u "TVk t J imv ? m
raUTNTREKV. : : : : t - UiraflH.iii.iL
NOTICE Is hereby given thot Tom
OowundAh Pluiit have formed
aen'partucrshlp iiuder the Hi in mono
of Tom Gow & Co., mid will carry ou a
dry goods uiul tailoring bitsiuech at No,
JlVNuuanu street, opening on Satuidnv,
July 12. 1800. COI lw
uover used. Apply
VyL'SrEUMAYKK Piano torn loos
Y good as now, only bought a few
months ajro. Inqiuio ut tha
TBMPLC OP FASniOX,
CQOlw Cor. Hotel and Foi tew,
annual iiieotlnt: of tlie Mork-
holderaofthu Wulolilim Ac:iieul-
turaKv Oralng Co. will be held at thn
olllco of the Secretary, at Honolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, the :10th lust., nt 10
oVlockA.il. O. P. lAUKHA.
uOI 2w Seeietarj "W. A. A" 0. Co.
NOTIOIU lo JIOKSE3IEN!
Wiliioiit a Kivul In VvUiu & Qtiuiily I
Oiio-tliird iho Piioo of the Pvoyal !
3Svery Housekeeper Should TJao It 1
&T ADiiviiiguf a:i IVi Cent iii Cost and Qunllty tho Very Ilest. &.$
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Eveliisivii Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
i ItuP.SK with 7 looms
V and hntti. on tbucor-
11 nui-of lleietanirt nud I'enha-
eola stieots. Cuvh piis thedooi, Ap
ply nt thlhoillctv fi81 tf
WANTED at ONCE I
or linen blocks from
the corner of Port and Hotel
streets, siiltabhi for tlueo gentlemen fur
housekeeping. A(hlrei "P. O, Dox
No, ii!i7." COO tf
TO ItENT or I.EAHE
rrho Celebiated Ituu
nindoah" will fctuud
this teasou at tho
terms MO. Por fuithei purtlculiirs
apply ut thv Dulry, 85 Um
qHAT deslroblo Premises
X on Koit Btit'nt, hi tho
'Melnciny lllock." leeenllv
occupied by J.N. H, NVllliams, suitable
for ofllee or store, For Information
apply hi olllen Union Lou Works, Eo
plunade, or to
m lm J. X, ,H. WII.LIAMH,
Loom to let vvhli
' bathroom attacheJ, in a pri
vate family. Apply at tills ofllee,
.1 Hiiildina now
thn oflleo of the Hawaiian
Tramways Co., (Ld), on King street,
bullnblo either for an ofllee or stoic.
Apply ut tho Hawaiian Pommerehl
Salerooms. C98 tf
TO LET or
rpiIE ltesideneo pf Mrs' A.
X LonL', In Pauoa Valley,
1 Apply to
Jl King st., over J, Nott's tote,
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