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'Toudcrs will be received at llio
Office of the Minister of the Interior
until WEDNESDAY, .Inly GO, 18W),
at 12 o'clock nnoii, for Ihe H'luin uf
One Huudud and Fifiv (11,010 or I
less) New Ilehrideni. to the Island?
of Sandwich, Mallieoll, Ambrym,
and I'nr.m.i, in the- New Hebrides
Bids must include pioiKionf, spe
cifications for which may bo obtained
on application to the Secretary of the
Board of Immigration,
Date of sailing to be not later than
Aug. 20, 1S0O.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior, and Presi
dent of the Board of Immigration.
MONDAY, JULY 1-1, 1880.
THE OAHU RAILROAD PROJECT.
The Oahu Railway and Land
Company, who have now fifteen miles
of railway in regular use, from Ho
nolulu to Hoaeae, purpose extend
ing operations, provided the Legis
lature grant certain aid asked for in
a bill "before the House. The
intention is to run a line in a west
erly direction from the present ter
minus to Waianac, a distance of
twenty miles. Also to run another
lino cast of Honolulu, passing
around the island by the wiy of
"VVainianalo to Kahuku, a distance
of fifty-four miles. Or ia the event
of the purchase of right of way at
the Honolulu end going in an east
em dii action costing too much, to
1 each Waimanalo by the westeily
That the carrying out of this in
tention and tho building of these
lines of railway would be of incalcu
lable benefit to the island is about as
evident as any such proposition can
be. Many thousands of acres of
fertile but now unused landB, would,
with easy and cheap means of trans
port to Honolulu, be turned
to profitable use, and their va
lue by the same means be
greatly enhanced. The fifteen miles
of railroad now open, and con
necting Hoaeae and the various in
termediate districts with Honolulu,
furnish evidence on these points.
Banana, vegetable, and sutrar cul
ture have been stimulated, ond prop
erty has been moie than doubled iu
market value. And yet the lino has
not been long enough in operation
to more than commence the develop
ment that will be more apparent a
year or two hence than now. "VVe
can conceive of 110 possible enter
prise so beneficial to the island as a
1 ail way connecting all its parts with
tho city and port of Honolulu, and
therefore most strongly desire that
the company way cairy out their
project. But it is not likely to be
accomplished without Government
The question here arises as to
what and how much the Govern
ment is justified in doing to farther
a project of this nature. The Gov
ernment certainly does not exist for
the purpose of enriching corpora
, tioua, but all private or quasi-publio
corporations, whose object ia a pub
lic benefit, should not, iu the first
place, be obstructed by the Govern
ment, and in the second place, it is
often wise policy for the Govern
ment to afford direct assistance.
The projected enterprise of the
Oahu Railway Company is one
which the Government should en
courage. The bill before the House
asks a subsidy of 6500 per mile per
annum for five years, and a guaran
tee of five per cent, per annum on
the bonds. The requast seems t
us moderate and reasonable, espe
cially so when compared with what
other Governmenta have done to en
courage like enterprises.
The Hawaiian Dana will give a
public concert at the Emma bqtiare
this evening at 7:80 o'clock, ren
dering the following programmo:
Overture La Dames Blanche. Boieldleu
Quadrille La Jlascotto , Aiidrnu
Mai eh Alnrgarete Gounod
RcmlulsecnecHof Offenbach... Lamotho
Hooheuo, Ptia Loke, Kokuhl.
Overture Masnnlello Aubcr
Selection lkl of Corucvillo
.., . .Plaiiiiuelto
Walts Les Ilosos Metra
'Laucers Madame AuK0t. Leeocci
.Mr. Dlllingham'n Idler in your
iiiuo of the I'llli July, with parts of
a Itttpr to him fiom Lis friend W.
II. Bailey, oiiUicsB'jjfclnf subsidies
nnd grants to iiuMiiib in Mexico
ami tliu Unit'jd States is of interest
hero nt tho present t.me, a3 the Ha
waiian Legislatute will bo consider
lug .shortly bills providing for Hip
building of railways on the islands
of Hawaii and Oahu.
Jlr. 1). is rather hard on tins land
owners through which tho Euu mil
' losses; lie evidently could not
cnthuso thorn on tho subject of rail
ways and could not convince thuni
that the landowners through which
the line parsed would thereby be
made rich. They made him pay,
acc.01 ding to his letter, many time3
tlie value of the land. Some of
them thought no doubt that would
be the only ndvantugu they would
eer get fioin the railwav.
Mr. D. in his letter specifically
mentions that he has had not one
cent from tho government to en
courage tho building of this line. It
has not aided the credit of the com
pany so much as to guarantee a cent
of interest; and let me add, Mr.
Editor, for which tho taxpayers of
the couutiy arc very thankful. We
might infer from the tone of his
letter that the Railway Co. had got
nothing but 11 bare fianchisc, but I
find that the Railway Co.'s properly
i9 exempt from taxation for 20 years.
This I think a very valuable conces
sion, as it seems probable that with
our present increase of tho public
debt there ill bo a doubling up of
our taxeB in a few years.
It is r pity that Mr. Dillingham
should find it necessary to bring in
Mexico, and the United States to
prove anything ns to what should be
the policy of Hawaii iu regard to
railny9. Wc ail know something of
the grand system of internal com
merce of the United States, and that
it is chiefly carried on by railways.
In this Kingdom the .best wc can do
in tho intoi-commuuication between
its various parts is by steamship,
and railways must always be sec
ondary. Railways may bo done
without, but wc must have ships.
And if railways', arc only feasible
along our coasts wc must seriously
consider which wc caujdo best with
out, as there is no belt of land
around any of our islands to feed a
railway and our present coasting
Robt, 11. Hixi.
New Firs Police, Attention.
"UIERE will bo a epeclal meeting of
i this Company held on 1 UWDAY
EVENING, at 7:30 i M., July 15, 1890,
at the Hall of Mechanic Engine Co. '2.
Business of Importance By-laws, etc.
A very full attendance of members is
i'04 It frceietary.
AUDIES' Ivory Pin. Findei will
please return to this olllee. C01 lw
A WOMAN to do chntnber woik.
. Appl at the Kngle IK use.
rpilE annual meeting of thp Hawaii
X Commercial Company will be held
at my oll'.ce, No. 15 Knalmmaiiu Htii'et,
on MONDAY. July 28, 1800, at 5 o'clock
v, m. ENOCH JOHN.SON,
GUI Ct .Secretary II. C. Co.
A SUITE of Thice Nicely
Furnished Rooms. Ap-
saiS l3 a& -o. 0.) I'uncuoowi
street, or to II. F. Hobbiird. 001 if
BY a gentleman a Neatly
Furnished Front Boom
! with Bath, in mivato familv.
uuel convenient to street cats. Address
"Fiont Room," Bulletin Ofllcc. 001 2t
-IOIl BAiB BY-
J. T, WATERHOUSE.
SlU'WEMK UItT O' TUB
Hawaiian Islands. At Chambers,
Iu tho matter of tho Bankruptcy of Henry
Cannon, Before Mr. Justico Dole.
Order 011 petition of Bankrupt for
discharge from his debts.
Upon reading aiid tiling the petition
of Heury Cannon, of Honolulu, Oahu,
alleging that more than mx months
have elapsed since ho was adjudicated
a Bankrupt and praying for discharge
from all his debts.
It is ordered that WEDNESDAY, tho
30th day of July, A. D. 181)0, t 10
A. M., of that day at tho Court Room in
Alllolanl Hale, Honolulu, bu mid is
hereby appointed tho tlmo and place
for heaihig of said petition whon and
where all creditors who have pioved
tholr claims ngalnst said Bankrupt nay
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why tho prayer of said Bankiupt
should not bo granted.
And It Is further ordered that notice
bo given by advertisement In the Daily
Bulletin published in said Honolulu,
for two weeks of tho tlmo and plnco of
such heiulng and that tho Clink of the
Supremo Court mall notices of the ttmo
and nlueo of said hearing to all ciedltoia
of Raid Bankrupt who have proved their
debts, By the Com!.
J. II. HEIST,
Dated Honolulu, July U. 1W0.
datly nTnjj&vjna oxoLtxtvn. i.t
Snellen Sales by Jaoos F. HorflaB.
LARGS; & IMPORTANT
Ms Silo !
I urn directed bv Mi:sfiU3. 11. flACK
n;i.I) & CO. to soli at Public Auction,
at their stote. Queen sticet, cm a liberal
credit to the trade, on
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY,
July 15 and 10, 1890,
Coinntn lay et 10 OUcrl A. It. Each Dny,
All ilieli Importation of McichandUu
ot eeiy disi'iipiloti. Tho tale will
comprise specially ielct'd goods of the
latol st. le-s too iiumrious 10 .specify.
Among the tock will be found full
Stasis mi Mi Soei,
New A Fashionable Dry Good,
Sydney & Engll-h "-"adilh :,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
titsF All G sods oft'eiud will bo posi
tively tolu. and large Invoices will ?je
elosed at any pi Ice on libeiul teiins.
Tftn3iH nt -.lifi.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Executor & Trustee's Sals of
By direction of CECIL BROWN, Ex
ecutor & Trustee of the J.art Will and
Tebtamunt of Puillp Milton deceased,
1 am diiected to sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, August 2nd,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. .11
At the Farm Houe in I'alolo Valley,
Honolulu. Oahu, all tliu following
dcciibed Propeily, suitable
for Riiiidi purposes:
lt All that land containing nn area
of 450 acicfl and f-ituate lnivipahulu
mill Waialac-Iki, District of Kona, Oahu,
ami ueing tup same premises eonveyeii
to the said Philip Milton by theTius
tccs of the Estate of W. C. Lunalilo.
2nd All that land containing an aica
of nine acres situate in P.dolo Valley,
and being the same picmiscs concycd
to the said Philip Milton by Ursolda
Sherman. This propeily lias a largo
lcscrvolr upon it, which supplies .the
lower landh with water for lice cultiva
tion, the lcscrvolr ! ISO f.ithoms tcjuare
and has n depth of 11 feel, and cost In
thit neighborhood of $ 10,000.
:trd All that land coutaitiiair an aiea
of 1C0 acres and situate at Kipaliulu,
Oahu. Tho two laigcr tracts Iu Kipa
liulu aud Walulnc-lkl are fenced with
goodt-ioiic walls and w lie fencing di
vides them from piopcrty now in pos
session of D. P. Ifceuherg uud u-cd for
Also at tho
same time, and place the
d ni" c I t 1 m.
Lease from Trustees of Bishop F.state
of Waaliila, :i0.) acre, vcarly lentul
'200, lease cxpiies Augusti 1M)U.
Lease from S. Kawal iihd Eekaul of 2
pieces of hind in WhI.immu and Kekio
'1 acres, yearly rental 121, lease es
plicsln August, 1800.
The lands of Waahlla 4S0 aeies aio
now bringing a rental under an agree
ment with Poitugueso of C000 a year.
Theie are about 8 acres of tnro'almnH
ripe which will he sold with tho laud
upon which it is growing
'Ihe income fiom Oiangeh, Limes,
Coffee, Etc., and Pasturage have
amounted to about 8100 a year.
The propei ty above set forth have a
laborer's bouse, slaughter houbc and
other outbuildings upon them, and 2
Also at the samo time and place, about
400 Head of Cattle,
00 Milch Cow-ri, Seven Pair of Working
Oxen, nlbo 5 Horses, C Muics nnd 2
Colts, Ox Can, Saddles aud Bi Idles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and other uleiiblls mid
propei ty used upon u well appointed
13 The Propeily caiibe Inspected at
any time. For fuithcrp.iiikuhirs apply
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
Or, to Ci'.c:it. BnowN,
Expputnr A Ti listeo,
j Q VOLUMES Encyclopedia Brltan
X4 ulca, Moiocco hound, In good
never used. Apply
WESTERMAYER piano for sain as
good as now, only bought a few
D10IUU9 ago.- inquire at mo
MPLE OF FASHION,
cor. Jtioiei smu a ore uts.
L. J. Lrjvnv, : : I.rfscG.
Cmvk 1'iiti.urs, 1 Maxvcimi.
HaIiKY BUM, t SrAlinDtHF.CTOtt.
W. Di:.tbi, i : Puori'.tnn:s.
E. E. Mayucw, : Machinist.
Another Crowded House.
W daily Gflit
Tuesday Evening, July iOtti,
Tor the llr-t tlmo Iu Honolulu, the
Aineilcaii Skit In 1) Acts,
PFC&'S BAD SOY
Introducing the Latest Operatic Sclcc-
tlou and popular fads In
rT" Plan for rpseived seats for nay
night of thcsiason can bo secured u't
tho oSico of L. J. Lcey, cor. Fort and
Queen Sts. C04 !2t
II. W. SCHMIDT SONS
Offer for Kalo to tliu trado
A Fins Assortment
. ". &k'.
E Specially selected
for this inar
00,! 1 w
Jj. " V, . IrsTii. "
AK 1NVOICU OK
rort sai.i: uy
R, W. 8GHHIDT k IMl
Mltwaa','9: Piiiensr Expsrt Sc"
: tOAUuU h JjAU U 1 tub
Wwlud's Sta&uiud Eipait Beer,
In Quui'tft JIiita.
FOR SAl.i: 11Y
Solo Agents for tho Hawaiian
00:i Islands. v
Piasters ftLoYers'of Good Stock
.fust anlved on tho -mohted selioonor
"Oljru," 10 Head of Mules aud U Head
Gentlo Horsos suitable for Hdles to
drive. Also, the tiotting hoiso "Cairo."
TliowugliDred & Road
1 Norman Stallion,
1 Coach Stallion,
Fivo Head of COWS-a Diiihums with
Cahes IJ weeks old; 1 Jersey will
calve in (5 weeks 1 Aryshlro Cow,
now milking 0 gallons a day.
Also, Four Road Carte,
(.'! Petaluma & 1 Fraser;)
1 lrino Top Hook-awoy.
tSTFor further particulars apply to
002 lw At tho Pantheon Stables.
A DIVIDEND will bo paid 011 the
lOth.Tnly, to the creditors of II.
M., at tho ollleo of Alox J. Cm tw right,
Merchant stiecr, opposite Bethel sheet.
Please call eatly.
001 lw PER ORDEK.
Dissolution of Partnership
npilK fli m heretofore doing aearppn
JL teilng nnd house building business
in Honolulu, under tho firm name of
"Snilih & Mills," has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent. Tho busi
ness will hereafter be carried on at tho
same place by W. II. Smith, of tho late
Ann of Smith & Mill's.
Houolulu, July 10, 1800. C02 3f
jmy 3d, ,i)d. ,
RXOEIARD A. ScOURDY, PtvAidcnt.
tQr For full particulars apply to
. 3ES. 32.0SIH,
Dcc-!i4-8i) General Agent for the Hawaiian Lslands.
1 Km f? -ft 'Sk
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
88" And will bo DELIVERED rilEE of CHARGE to any
IJIL.1L. w' yVYlfcEt
CcfffcQ, Tea, Chccolute & MshV,
Steuks, Chops, Fish, Ham & Eggs,
? a a
i m,nu . n
isirt!BwS waos t
Solo Proprietors of
a B r'Siiiaffiit, B
sari,fiH 'd b h BfsssMwsa ea aea, kk
k iciQ 1 lfeSf Gc aid ItLFia ss W 'eJeH
Ginger Ale, His Me, Galine, Wmm, Sarsapnrilla, Mineral Wiiin Etc.
s All voiitnuinicutions and orders should bo addressed to
mzxjwri nnKrrjnT7VimFjrxxmaszafin i in ctvwm.-.
'. 1 ,-
It w W
h c- - X
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i i v. 7
a- U, '
'1 V .
u' ui -rii
NEW Fuiiilture: Parlor and iiod
rooui Sets, Stove, Etc., Etc , lit a
saeilflee. Apply at olllee of Hawaiian
Cnuiago llanuf Jetuilng Co. COl 81
NOTICE ia hcrebv fjlven that Tom
Oowand Ah limit have formed
aco-paitnernhlp under tho Arm iiitino
of Tom Gow & Co., and will cany on a
dry goods and tailor ng business at No.
35 Niiuanu stieet, openlug on Thursday,
July 17, 1890 601 .lw
'TMIE annual meeting of tho stock
I holders of tho Wiiloliiuu Agricul
tural & Orazlug Co will bo heldiitthe
oilico of tho Secretary, at Houolulu, on
WEDNESDAY, the 30ih hist., at 10
o'clock a.m. O, P. 1AUKEA,
COl 2v Secretaiy W. A. & G. Co.
.KON G WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding House,
Alio, Oseral Mercbaodlit,
Ewa riantutlon, 1 Houolulu, Ewa,
Tnivclers by train or Government
roud can secure accommodations and
bo&rd. Charges leusouablo. COS lm
ISSUED BY THE
OF NJETW TTOIS.5:
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OllDEK
PIes5 Buns, Roiie,
from 21:BO..jre. m. to
g'i'a ' ' :
una 1 i t m u m a u fe9
n "Tr" a u -a at bu a a, ns-ss
uriii a,j m an -
gqt B" aa Reja bksJshhEsb ,m hb b ess a a. S3 HI Hal
P ySaaaQsBH & cSna u itnfaB3a 0 UsHJ'sIh
-,v,, r. w WV.,
Having remoud ..1,1 RCD.V WORKS to more commodious quarters at
(Near the Custom House)
We ate now pr,-iuid to furnili at jdiort notice, and of prime quality, any
of the Mlowing High CIjss Aerated Beverages:
' C35S-R ALE,
Fli, Sweet, Lewii, Strawlssny or Cream Mi
earsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively (ho HYATT PURE -WATER SYSTEM,
Without a Iival
Onethird lho Prioa of the
ST A Huviuo! M Per Cent in 'Cost
HOUSE with 7 rooms
mill liutli. on Dirt I'm'.
nr of Hi'lct'inl 1 nnil I'.nmn-
cola Hreets. Caia imss the door. Ap
ply at this olllee. C81 tf
AV ANTED at ONCE I
COTTAGE within two
or 111 1 1'( lilnplca (mm
tlio corner of Fr.rr nml Ilnil
RtrCUtS. SUitublu for tliron crnntlnmnn fn
housckc'iilug. Address ."P. O. Box
No. 207." COO tf
TO KENT or LEASE
THAT deslrahlo Premises
,.r ,on Fo. 8treet hL tho
occupied by J. Is ,. Williams, suitable
for olllee or Btoro, For Information
apply to oflico Union Iron Works, Es
planade, or to '
659 lm J, N. S. WILLUMS.
part of the city, jgg
Slew?, Soueed Pig'a Feet, Eto,
1 ?. bjk.
& IRQW WATER,
in Price & Qualify J
HouBekoepor Should TTso It !
and Quality tho Very Best
fM i B
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
J1UB'V0 AWnl for tho llnwaiiun Islands,
$$.. TflE Two-Btory
l Iillildliiir now tif.pil nR
&323&B tho olilco
of tho Hawaiian
Tramwayn Co., (L'd), on King street,
Apply at tho Hawaiian Commercial
Saloaroonig. pgg tf
TO LET or LEASE
4 ' PIIE Resldeiiro of Mrs. A.
LOr.-KM 1 Loiirr. In Pminn Vinir.iv
DAVID DAYTON, .
91 King st., over J, Nott's stoic.
NOTICE to IIOllSUMEN!
rpho Celebrated Run-
nandoah" will staud
tills fenson 11 h tlia
t- Woodlawn Dalrv:
terms 880. For furllmr nnrn,.n1nHi
apply at tho Dairy. C85 3m
'tititot&krm '&' ' hAj Z$tiL