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: or tiii: Hoaiw ok Health,)
11o.noi.ulu, July 17, ISOO. J
Sealed tenders will lie icccivcd ul
this olllcc until 12 o'clock noon, on
WEDNESDAY, July 'ill, lS'.Rt, for
supplying the Du.iul of Health with
the following articles ftotn tho let
day of August, 1S00. to the Ut day
of January, 1891, viz. :
Rough Nor.' West lumber, up to
Tongued and gioovcd, . W up to
Redwood shingles, up to 100 M.
" surface, up to 11000 feet.
" battens xli, up to 400
" fence posts, up to 200.
Doors, 2.6 and CxO 1 each.
Sashes, 10x12 and 10li each.
Nails, up to 80 kegh.
Boiled Oil, up to IfiU gnK
Turpentine, up to 50 gals.
White Lead, up to tlOOO lbs.
Provisions and supplies:
Rice, up to 400 sks.
Cal. Med. Dread, up to 400 cases.
Best quality Hour, - sks., up to 400
Sugar No. 1, up to 45 bags.
"Best Red Salmon, up to 10 bbls.
Soap, 2 lb. bars, up to C800 bars.
Matches, Card, up to 102 gross.
Salt, Coarse, up to 150 bags.
Kerosene Oil, up to 700 gal9.
Bids may be made for all or
any part of the above articles, to be
delivered, as ordered by the Agents
of the Board, f. o. b. island steamers.
The Board does not bind it&elf to
accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Roaid,
GEO. C. POTTER,
008 .l Secretary.
Pledged to nalkcr Sect nor Party,
But atablished for t?ir benefit of all.
TUKSDAY, JULY 22, 18t0.
VIEWS OH RAILWAYS AND PUB
Please allow me space in your pa
per for further showing my views of
the lailway question.
Sir. Dillingham in his reply to my
letter makes me out to be wholly
misinformed on some essential
point, but he docs not give me any
teasons why railways hero should
be especially assisted by the Gov
ernment, and docs not correct me
only in one particular, viz. : the re
mission of taxes, which I nhould
have said was remitted on the i ail
way plant for 20 years. The part
of his letter showing what the Hail
way and Land Co. were doing and
Its future prospects were satisfac
tory to me, being an owner of some
of the company's stock. Should the
railway be extended as Mr. Dilling
ham anticipates, it is very doubtful
to rae if they can ever ii.u it with
profit, as there are long fatrclchct of
barren country to be travel cd. The
Kahuku plantation wilt go ahead,
railway or no lailway.
The Ililo and Ilamakua railway
project ot Dillingham S- Co. is also
sought to be sanctioned by tho pre
sent Legislatiuc, and no doubt theio
will be a hard fight made to gel it
passed. The above railway is in
tended to be built along through the
cane fields of those two districts,
and unless the railway when built
can induce the steamers and other
craft to retire, the railway will have
practically nothing to do, as, J think,
about all the internal Unfile in the
two districts' now could be done by a
train of pack mules that is, outside
of tho sugar plantations
The Ililo people are very anxious
to have a railway to bring the pro
duce of the two districts to their
harbor, for shipment direct to Cali
fornia ; and no doubt it will be lino
s for Ililo, but when will a lino of
railway ever pay to run through
those districts? I am afraid, never.
Tho cost of building nnd maintain
a lailway there would bo about as
costly as any load anywhere of the
same gauge. If this load is not
built (and for the credit of Hawaii
I hope it won't), the Ililo people
will no doubt see what they can do
in the matter of an electric railway
along through tho districts and thus
make Ililo tho market town of that
rcgiop. Tho immense wnter power
in their district would, I think, sup
ply nil the power needed for tho
Our railway promoters would hao
us belicvo that railways arc always
a great public benefit. Now, in tho
district of Kohala there is a railway
of about twenty miles in length,
which the newspapers of Honolulu
Kpoke of when it was in prospect
and a subsidy bill before the Legis
lature, as though it would effect n
revolution and bring great prosper
ity, etc, etc, just as tho newspapers
talk now of tho projected railways,
1'lic lvolmlA rnncl iscclvcrt almut
W7,000 In Biibshly. Total coal for
20 miles and equipment 280,000, or
sX tho tutu of SI 1,000 per nitle.
1'niil tax ou an assessment last j ear
Of SU 1,000.
When the rcsulb nUtiinutl by the
Kohala Kailwny arc nucii na 1 liavo
lndieatcd above, Mr. J-.ditor, can
vou wonder that thcic nro sceptics
in these Hawaiian Islnnds about
some grand specs we are asked to
put our faith In?
Instead of this coutiliy giving any
ruotf public money to corporations
or Individuals, there should be an
earnest beginning to build good sub
stantial roads that can be used by
thu people in any weather, and a
system of road mending introduced
to keep them good when made, as is
done in Kuropciui countries.
The Island of Hawaii wants a
road thu mound tho best part of
the iMund, as described in the le
pnit of the Minister of the Interior,
pages li'M ami :'.
If the Island of Hawaii had such
a system of public joads, there
would be some of the fluest scenery
opened to the tourist that can bo
seen anywhere. Such roads would
in a few years result m places that
now sustain only a few stray cattle
having people xottled theteon. It
the tourist could keep moving from
one part of the islaud to another
comfortably, it would remove a sc
tious drawback. Visitors complain
of the little they can sco when they
come here, being obliged to depend
on the steamers taking them from
place to place at great loss of timo
and discomfort to then).
Jn your issue of the 17th, Mr.
Editor, you have an anonymous let
ter, giving me advice as to where to
invest my money and information
about the Oahu It. It. & Land Co.'s
paying duties, etc. I would iniorm
Sailor that I am owner of stock of
said company for which I paid over
15,000, and am not wishing to
damage that enterprise.
1 will write or speale on any sun
ject in which I am interested, not
being under any injunction to the
contrary, and will not be shut up
by him or his friends. Am in Ho
nolulu to defend the interests of the
Island of Hawaii, and will not suffer
the pet schemes of any party to take
precedence of the needed public
roads on that island, if I can pic
vent it. J have omitted to call in
question tho correctness of the as
sumption that railways being ex
empt from taxes is no actual Joss to
the public lcvenue. I can imagine
cases where this might hold good,
but think not in this kingdom.
ltour.KT R. IIisd.
THE TIV0L1 TROUPE.
Opi-i'titta l'roniiseil for
"A Victim of Circumstances" was
played by the Tivoli3 to a rather
thin house yesterday evening. It
was deserving of laiger patronage.
There is more plot in this comedy
than in any previously given by the
company, and good plaj-ing enhanc
ed the interest of its development.
Mr. U. D'Orsey Ogdcn as "Carna
by Greenfield," tho man in a bad
fix all tluough, gave a lively repre
sentation. Mr. AV. II. Hamilton,
"Timothy Roundabout. Ivoyslerer,"
carried everything before him like a
cyclone. Mr. Harry Gates made an
unco canny .Scot as "Sandy," mak
ing one regret the comparative biev
ity between his entrances and exits.
Miss L. Carmen made a very iin
pios&ivc mother-in-law, and Miss
Heieno Courtney did fine acting as
the "grass widow." Miu Tesic
Lee and Miss Harr, as "mania's
pet" and a waiting maid rc-pective-ly
gave excellent suppoit. Minor
parts wove, tilled by Mr. Wallace
and Mr. Leslie.
To-night a grand double bill is to
be presented. Offenbach's operetta,
Thu Hose of Auvcrgne," will be
performed for tho first time here,
and the comedy, "Forbidden Fruit,".
will be repeated at tho request of
persons who weie unable to see it
L. J. Li:vkv, : : Li:sm:i:.
Cl.UT I'HII.I.II'S, : ItlANAOl'.lt.
llAMUY IiKIX, : STAOT. DlKKClOll.
'. DKXTKIt, : : rnoi'liimi:-).
33. K. Mayiiew, i MAOiiiNisr.
POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK
Ot tile 8011H011 !
Tivoii Gaiety Coing'y
Tliis Tuesday Eyening, July 22,
Will commence with Offenbach's
" Tin Rosb of Aiverpc "
Produced with all the Original Music.
Concluding. by ugliest with the
Gieat Aiueiicnn Comedy,
Introducing Songs and Specialties.
tar Plan for reserved seats for any
night of the season can bo M-curcd at
tho oillee of L, J. Levey, cor. Fort and
Queen tjtH. oil It
DIL PAT'S ofilco will bo closed from
July 22ud to AuguHt4, lbOO,
IF you want nJluo cigars go to 0. J.
MeCrtby8. 695 2w
taction Slabs iy Lewis J. Uwy.
On WEDNESDAY, July 2S,
AT ia It'CLOCK SOON.
1 will cll at Public Auu'lnn, at my
21.0 Bjqs of IWtldllr.ga,
1500 Bugs of Gran.
LKWfS J. LEVEY,
(.10 at Auctioneer.
I am Ins-tructvri by Mit. S. EUftLICH
to sell at l'ublic Auction,
Ou TUUIJSDAY, July 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK .V. 31..
At hS residence. King slwct (opposite
the residence of Mr. Alex. Youn;), the
whulu of hh
Household -: Furniture
1 Elegant Rosewood Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Haw SHU;
Center 1tug, Handsome Gltt HJock,
Mush' Bt'iiul. Matblelop Center Table,
Elegant Engraving.-, it I'letmes,
lljiidsonie 11. W. Maiblutop Bedroom
Hut, IMInteu Iictlrouin Set,
Ash Bedroom Set,
Mattrasscs, Mosquito Curtains. 15. W.
Extension Dining Table it Chairs,
Cla-tfonier, 2 Waulrobea, Hair Cloth
Parlor Set, Chandeliers & Lumps,
Kiiby Carriages & CriMUcs
Matting & Oil Cloth, Meat Safo IJefii
gerator, Hat A; tJiiibiolla Stand, Medal
lion Move & Kitchen Utcnsl , Crockery
& GlusHwnic, lisitli Tub, Garden TooV
& Hose, Etc., Ele. Also,
2 French Plate Rflirros-s,
And 1 JJralic.
tgyTlio house, will bo open for in
spection on Wednesday, .Inly 'SM d. from
10 a. w. to 4 r. Ji. The Auctioneer de
sires to call attention to the excellence
of the above Furniture, bavin;; bucu In
ue a suoit linio and almost new.
LEWIS J. lifiVEY,
CO? fit Auctioneer.
JtV- A O T"'"Ke Furnished Room1;,
.tuz$'4 centrally Incited. Ap
tafete ply at tills oillee. C.05 lw
t, a A SUITE of Three Xlcely
J-Jm rV l-'uinlshcd Jtooins. An-
fflSSSSRPlv at No. .",.-. I'unchbowl
meet, or to JI. r. llebbaul. fiOl tf
I101TSE with 7 rooms
ntnl Ivirli in tlifi jjiv
:k72 -. .." ""'.' "-"-
toiT;rJC ner oi jseruiaui.i :inu l'eiisa
cola ttivets. Cais pass the door. Ap
ply at this ofllee. C8I tf
M?i T AI,: Cottage on l.lliha
&'& JLi hlieor, ." room?, kitchen
fe&HU&iq anil pinli-y. Convenient to
cai-. Apply to
01 King (-r., mvr .f. Xotl ioie.
cyv , a T ELEO Stables a' pieoiit
fftilj ucenjiled In Hawaiian
SMfiSSia Transfer Co.. peimNMon
gicn August lt,
WANTED at O:
jnA COTTAGE wiihln two
ft-.. JTX or tlneu blockH from
fiVsa the coiner ot Fort and Hotel
stieets, suitable for ihreo gentlemen for
lioiiseke.'iilno;. Addro.i "I. O. I'.ox
No. 2lir." ' fi'JO tf
TO LET or LKASE
ffHEHesIdenec of Mr-. A.
I ft. Long, In l'aiioa Valley.
I Apply to
91 JvlnRSt., oer J. Noti'.i sloie.
NOTICIS to HOUSEMEN I
f plus Celebrated Iti.n-
inndoali" will ftiind
:- inn pi'uson n r inu
C-S- Woodlawu Dairy:
terms S;10, For lui liter pa'-llculafh
apply at the D.iiry. iS5 '.tin
A GOOD Cook for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at this oillee. not) tf
TJlltEE First-elans Hand fordiess
making. Anply at once at estab
CO.'i If Mus. MELLH.
AltT CLASSES !
MIt. Allen Hutchinson holds a cIiibs
in modelling at his studio, Nuu
anu avenno, every Tuesday and Satur
day. For partieuliiis apply Well 'IVIe
phonnrigl. 007 lin
THE regular annual and rpiaileily
meeting of the Paclllo Hurdwaie
Co., L'd., will bo held at their olllco on
THUItslMY, July 21, ISOO, at 10
o'clock A. M.
JAS. U. Sl'ENCER,
Ifniioluln. July 17, 1800. 007 td
THE annual meeting of the stock
holders of tho Waiohluu Agrlcul
tiual it Grazing Co. will bu held at (he
olllco of the Seeietary, at Honolulu, ou
WEDNESDAY, the JlOih lust., at 10
o'clock a.m. C.IMAUKEA.
001 8w Scpretary W, A. & O, Co,
Anaitcn Sales by James F. JfcrjiD.
,i i , T- i". w ,':
On WEDNESDAY, July 23,
AT V. O'CIiOUIL XOOX.
Atthuicnr of olllco of J. I. Dowbetl,
Si.j Qucon etieet, I "111 aull at
1 olstelii J3ull!
J AS. V. ACORGAX,
cm Ot. Auctioneer.
I have received Instruction to soil at
On WEDNESDAY, July 8f
AT Itt O'CLOCK XOOX,
At tear of tho otllee of J. t, Powsett,
6 Hawaiian Bred MARE5
rJT SS !
KS" The Mules are sired by the Fa
mous Kentucky Jack "lilutchcr.
tsg Among tho Colts are some from
'King Williams" and other good sires,
out ot some lluo Brood Mares.
J AS. F. lUOUGAN,
Executor & Trustee's Sftlc ol
Leases, Catlle, Horses.
Uy diieetion of CECIL lSHOWN", E?:
ccutor & Ti iistoo of tbo-Last Will and
Testament ot l'hlllp Milton deceased,
1 am dhcctul to sell at l'ublic Auction,
On SATURDAY, Augu
AT 1) O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tho Farm House In Palolo Valley,
uonoiuiu. u.iuu, an tue lonowing
dc-cilbed Property, suitable
for liatich jnirjioscs:
ll All that land containing an aiea
of -ir.0. acres and Minute in Kipahulu
iiiul Waialae-lki, DUtilctof Kona, Oahu.
and being the s'inio premises conveyed
to the t-ald Philip Milton by theTiui
tees of the Estate of W". C. Luualllo.
2nd All that land ennt lining an aiea
of nine acres situate in Paloly Valley,
and being the .same premises conveyed
to the paid Philip Milton by Ursolda
Sherman. Thlis property ha a large
lesouoir upon It, which supplies tha
lower land-, with water lor rice cultiva
tion, tho ie-.ervoir if 180 fathoms square
and has a depth of 1 1 feet, and cost In
liar neighborhood of $10,000.
lird All that lanu couliiiniU an area
of ISO aeivb and situate at Kipahiilu,
O.ihu. 'the two lmgor tracts In Klpn
luilu and Waialae-ikl aio fenced with
good Mono wall andtwlre f nciinr di
vides them fiom pioperly now in pos
session of D. P. Iseubeig nud UH'-d for
Also av tho .sirac timo and place the
I.ea'-c from the Hawaiian Oovoru
ineut. of Dj acres ot lmiiJo, known as
Kipiibi, j early renlal 820, explies
June 21, lb'.U. A poillou of thi-, Innd
(It aeics) sublet to a Chinaman for rice,
lor 00 a . cir.
l.easo lioin Coniml-ioncr of (how n
LaiuU, of I.iurls knowna Walomao and
Puki'le. aiea !H0 aries, yearly lenial
&iir,, lease expiie.i Jan. I, 1001.
Lenbo fiom D. W P.iuahl, of ill
acres of laud of Keklo, jeirly rentid
S300. A poitiou of Ibis land under
cultivation of rico by hlne-e who luwu
p.iyed $1000 a year, tho leiervoir Fiip
jilj lug most ot the water, lease expiic
in July, 1001.
Lv.i'-o from 11. K. 11. I.lliuokalani.
of land known as Kaauweloa. 214 aeies,
yearly lental 30, lease CNphes in .May,
Lease from D. V. Paualil, of laud of
Kekio, about nOO aeies, yearly lental
5200, lease explies Oct., 189L
Lease from Hawaiian Government, of
land of Wanhlla, 180 aeies ve.uly rent
al $200, lease expires In Aug., 181)0.
Lease fiom Trustees of llUhop EMale
of Waahila, 1100 aeies, yearly lental
9200, letifco expires August, 1800
Lease from S. Kawal nliil Hekaul of 2
piece.i of laud in Waiamau and Kekio
!i?! aeies, yearly rentul $21, lease ex
plies in august, lBOH.
The lands of aahlla 1S0 acres aio
now bilugtug a rental under an agree
ment with Poitiigueseof 6000 a ear.
Them am about 8 aciesot taro almost
ripe which will be sold with thu laud
upon which It Is slowing
The Income from Oiangcs, Limes,
Coffeo, Etc , and Piisturago have
amounted to about 3100 a year.
Tho propei ty above set forth has a
laboi er's lioue. slaughter hoiisii and
other ranch buildings upon them, and 2
Also at the same timo and place about
400 Head of Cattle,
GO Milch Cows, Seven Pair of Working
Oxen, also 0 Horneg. 0 Mates in id 2
Colts, Ox Cait, Saddles and 111 idles,
Yokes, etc , etc.. and other utensils and
property usal upon a well appointed
OT Tho Property can bo Inspected at
any time. For Anther particulars apply
JAS. F. MOltCAN,
Or, to Cecil IJrown,
Executor & Trustee, 690 lro
tSir l'"or full partionlais apply to
1 Id ill
Jumbles, Coffee Cakes, Crackers,
GST?" And will be DELIVERED FUEE of CHAJ1GE to any
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate & Milk,
a b kHUEiaC
TAHITI : LEMON APE,
Sola Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAFAItlLLA & IRON WATER,
Ale, M Ale, GrsMliiiG, RsteryaUe, Sarsauarilla, Mineral Watiw, Etc.
3r All cominuuiciitiuuii
IBlil t fillOIKIi
laclery Fur Sale !
The following Machinery foitnim:
part of the .Mar Mill Phut will bu wild
at public auction nt an e.uly date unles
dipoed of previously by piivate sain
Pintles dcMioup of puichiislng any por
tion of thU Mac'uliieiy can g.it p.utl
eu.ir,4 mid piiets iron) the tludcrauued:
1 28148 Mill k ME,
Spare Gear Wheel & Pinion ;
1 LixXfi Fnglue, rip.trn Clear Wheel
fi MvOiiUj Cluillcn wiih riitlngi, -1
I Juice Healer, 14 f. long 12 In. dia
2 hi. V I. ("leiiiiliig Puns, 0x12x2.7;
t i;.n7 lioublu JZfffcr,
Pump & Stage;
1 6x20 Galloway Bailor, compute;
1 CxlO Tubular Holler, eonip'eti';
1 Sugar Car In. W I.. 4x0.4x3.1 ;
1 Sugar Cooler, 8x.".0x20;
1 Sugar Cooler, 0 C5 HkM;
a Sugar Cooler. 4x0 0x20;
1 Tank " In. W. 1 . 7.0x20x1a;
1 Steam Puuip, 4 discharge,;
1 No. S BLAKE FEED PUMP,
2 Iilako Pumps, ljij dlsehaigo;
1 Latbu. 20 chuck 12 ft. long, bed;
1 Heavy Vice,
1 F.ihbankH Platform Scales, 20x28;
31111 Bulldlnir, 40x150x21; and Holler
Shed, allcov. Willi Con ugatnd Iron;
Fire Hi Ick. also-a largo usioituiuut of
2nd Hand Cocks, Valves, Piping,
J NO. HIND,
For Star Mill Co. Kohala, Hawaii.
Is. HrilMun, Mist,
Studio, No. 27 Alakca Street.
Formerly of New York, would inform
the public that Bho U prepared to fill
nil oidcrs for Pastel, Oil, Wator Colon,
and India Iuk Poi traits.
B5 Samples of work can be seen at
Studio and Hamilton Hoiibo Purloin.
KONG WO CHAN,
Restaurant & Boarding. House,
Alio, General Merchandise.
Ewa Plantation, s Honolulu, Ewa.
Travelers by train or Government
road can secure accommodations ond
board. Charges leasonnble. 002 lm
ISSUED BY THE'
03P TSJ&W YORK
KICHARB A. 3IcC5JRY, President.
INTJUA rV SJ '; S'JTX1.1333I3?.
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO OltDEIt
Stoakn, Cboj)8, rishf'llain &. Eggf,
i'rojna 11:30 n. in. to
i o 6rti s a a o a&s sn iau a & uy? an&
unci ovilera sJtoUltl be attdrcKsd to -
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
I' I II IIIIIHIiill II l'' -
Having icmovcd our SODA. WORKS to more commodious quarters at
(Near thu Custom House)
Wo .lie now pj.-pitpd ti fuinisli at short notice, and of prime quality, any
ol the following High Class Aoratcd Bevurages:
Q!ii3CER ALE, '
Plain, Swisi, Lsfuii. Strawlnnr or Gnei Sofia,
Saraaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Uaing excluBively the HYATT PTJltE WATER BYSTEAr,
Without u Uival in Prico & Qutillty I
Oati'third iho Piioo of the Itoyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
r A Saving of 33 Per Cent In Cost and Quality tho Very Best. $
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Gr'l dm Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands'.
IN aAUB'-POtJWD PA'i 8.
Is the Finest Table llutter sold In tho
City of Honolulu.
TO HE HAD OK
Henry Davis & Co.
Powell's Bnggngo Express,
Dray or AVueoii.
Furulturo moving n Kjteclnlliv. ling.
gaRO delivered with imuiiiitiiesn and
caie to any part of city. Stand, corner
of ICIng mid Jlethel streets. Iloll Tele
nhouo 470, Mutual Telophuuo 67,
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
part of the city J&s$
Stewv, Sooted Pig'u Fct;t, Etc.
X p. bw.
G. J. McCarthy
Has JuBt rocelved a fresh lot of
"'1 Give w a call. 2v
TniJ Hawaiian Conntructlou Co. will
not be lesnonslbla for any bill
contracted In their nnmo without a
wiltten order Flstncd either by Y)',.V.
Peterson or J. M. Oat.
H. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian ConsUnctlou Co.
Honolulu, July 11, 1690. C03 lm