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Salo ot Lease of Government Land on
On WEDNESDAY, October I,
1S90, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Alitolan! Hale, will bo
,old at public auction, Iho lease of a
certain piece of laud on the Esplan
ade, fronting on Uichaid sticet oppo
site jho Enterprise Mill, in Honolulu,
Q.ihu, containing nn area of S3G7
Terms Lease for 10 year?.
Upset price $50 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPEXOEK,
Minister of the Inlciior.
Interior Onice, Aug. 28, 1800.
IJy virtue of the authority in mo
vested by the Constitution and the
Rtatutcs of this Kingdom and deem
ing it essential to the promotion of
justice, 1 do hereby order that the
Regular Term of the Third Judicial
Circuit to be held at Waiohinu, Kau,
Hawaii, on tho first Thursday of
September, 1S00, and by me post
poned until Monday, the loth Sep
tember, be and the same is hereby
further postponed until MONDAY,
the 17th day of November, 1.S90, at I)
o'clock A. JI.
r Witness my hand and
i ") the seal of the Supreme
L. S. Court at Honolulu, this
C ) 1st dav of September,
A. E. JIJD1),
Chief Justice Supreme Com I.
Henhy Smith, Clerk.
Honoli-m', II. I., Aug. 0, 1890.
Holdeis of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes a re from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to G o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Ifono. Water Works,
C. N. Spencer,
Minister of tho Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But tttallished for the benefit of till.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1890.
"THE CREATEST COOD TO THE
I read with much pleasure the
letter from "The patients atKalihi,"
published in your paper of yester
day's date, and am left to wonder
wuj' so skilful a physician as Dr.
Lutz should be kept at Kalihi to
treat twenty favored persons while
a thousand poor creatures arc clam
oring for his treatment on Molokai.
Is it fair or just that the large ex
pense incident to Dr. Lutz's treat
ment should be limited to twenty
personi, while a thousand equally
deserving persons arc refused the
benefits of his treatment.
As the lion. Mr. Kalua is evident
ly the champion of the cause of the
lepers it is to be hoped that he will
use every effort to have Dr. Lutz
established at Kalawao rather than
at Kalihi. Faii: Play.
HUNGER AND THIRST.
A leader in the Advertiser of
Sept. 3rd, says, "Rep. Marques in
troduced yesterday a resolution
into the House calling on the Minis
try to satisfy tho hunger of their
party, and a number of people with
appetites of anacondas and the
stomachs of ostriches, who were
getting tired of waiting," etc.
A paper owned and controlled by
the party so lately in power, ami
who for three years was allowed
every license, till when tho day of
reckoning came it was found by the
Finance nnd other committees to bo
utterly unprincipled, rotten, with
out moral sense, and even common
honesty j such a paper has no placo
among respectable citizens, and is
"as dishonest as its boodle backers
The belief of the people is as fol
lows: It will do anything, no matter
how unscrupulous, tortuous, or
degrading, to keep Us party and
minions in power; truth with it is
falsehood, and falsehood it would
make truth; such is tho general
belief for at least one year.
Tuoso "whose God is tifeir belly"
aro like it, and its friends ; their
starvation can never bo allayed
' rapacious always, whether grabbing
kuleanns, breaking down ancient
&WEUHBKnRRUKmBKmmBKKmmnB ' 1'PP1impi"H IflQWMHIWIiPPWIffl'Ifli
lMKlbflitiiti--lhdltetfly battling sor
tow lo tlid vldo'.V unit the fatluT
loaai ntnl ht last Ivhcn Iho great
climnoloric lins been readied covert
lV bargaining uwny tho indepen
dence of tbc count ryto a foreign
power, -and nil this tlono in the
iinino of the Master who while on
earth had nol a place whereon to
lay 1 lis head.
Em rou Bulletin:
1 feel much amused over effusion
from the "Ike cntln" Morchnnt
and that from a "Tnie 'Hawaiian"
(very) published in the P. C. Ad
vertiser. Now 0000 of our fellow
citizens have petitioned His Majesty
(thiough their delegates), and the
Legislature to pass an Act to call n
constitutional convention. Must
the "idle thouphU" of two (or per
haps only one) of tho V. I . A.'?
correspondents block tho wishes of
."5000 free-born liberty-loving Ha
J can appreciate the "desperation
of helplessness" with which "Mer
chant" wound up his threat n by
calling on the American and EnyliMi
men-of-war to protect his "lights
and liberties," which to m means
"cheap Asiatic labor." I can feel
the pains of "True Hawaiian;" it
is only Iovj of political prestige and
power. AVc, at least, can listen to
Ins whine and militant his uiai'n'ti.
We all know the entitc native
population are calling for a new
coustition. We all know the labor
ing white men and mechanics are
unanimously in favor of Chinese re
strictions, which can only be secur
ed by amending tho constitution.
Then our case is this: the entire
native population, the laboring
white men and mechanics, and 1 lis
Majesty are in favor of a new con
stitution. The people call for it,
His Majesty is ready to grant it,
then the only way out of it is to
pass an enabling act to call a con
ClfiLS' INDUSTRIAL HOME.
Mrs. Stratford arrived the 30lh,
on the Zealandia to take charge of
this new institution, accompanied
by Miss Bcnner, who will conduct
the dress-making department. Tho
Home is located for the present in a
house rented for the purpose at Ma
kil;i, on Beretania street, convenient
to the tram cars. The house has
been fnrnished by special donations
of furniture, etc. A house-warming
reception is planned for Thurs
day evening- next.
The Homo is intended for edu
cated Hawaiian girls, of good char
acter. They are expected to pay
something for board, and to bo
tiained and directed into profitable
lines of employment. The Hawai
ian Mission Children's Society have
undertaken the maintenance of the
Home, and have appropriated $2,f)00
towards this year's expenses. Of
this amount, $500 has already been
contributed by Hon. H. P. Baldwin,
and 81,000 by Mr. 1'. C. Jones.
The need has been seriously felt,
of such a provision for man' of the
promising graduates of the Girls'
Seminaries. We learn that the idea
is popular with Hawaiians, and that
the Queen and tho Princess Liliu
okalani nro much interested in it.
T-"-"",1-J"'i itt nriim mmi m n
UIKIIOP A OoAs .Swing B.ink
Hook. The Under will nleaso
return to McLean 15ros., Kminuu street,
ami reri'lvti reward. (!J9 tf
SCHOOL OPENING !
,JISS UEKKY'S SClIOOli, No. .13,
ItJL Kinma street, will open for a new
t.-rm on MONDAY, fcept. 8tu. 018 4t
A YOuG Wnmnu to tako care of
JL'X. young clilhl. German woman
Apply at IWhuvtm Olllce.
Furnished Uooius To Lei.
NJCLLY Fin nlshed Honm.
r minutes' walk from
iron Oillco. Incmiro at this
Pacific Mail Steamship Comp'y,
For San Francisco.
The Fine New h. S.
AV11I call at this pott iiuronto from Ohliia
anil .lapan, anil will sail for tho
above ports on or about
l3TFor freight or pas.-ago apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
Occidental & Oriental S. S, Co,
For Yokohama a Hongkong.
y t'bo MaKiiItlcent S. 8.
W. M. SMITH, Commander.
Will sail for tho nhovo pons on or about
tOf-For frolght or iassago apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
010 Ot Afteuts.
v ticlmiiB foMM UIH i itri
V.I the llrsl day's session of tho
G. A. If. encampment in Boston,
Aug. 1, there was a pleasant cere
mony In which Honolulu was promi
nent. The following from the Bos
ton Herald's report gives particu
lars: "The delegates were somewhat
tardy in assembling for tho after
noon &C3?ion. The balconies and
alicric3 were filled with 'vets' in
blue of the Grand Army as specta
tois. It was half an hour late when
commander-in-chief Alger announc
ed the se'sion open, and that he was
ready to proceed to business. A
very itdcrcsliiiu, incident came in
iusihoie. Hwallie presentation
of a gavTl by a comrade from the
post at Honolulu, Sandwich Island3,
to Commander-in-Chief Alger for
the national encampments. The
Honolulu comrade, in addressing
the comuiander-ln-chtof, said ho did
not intend to make an address to
the encampment, but lie had come
simply to deliver u message from
his post and which lie believed to
bo the only pot outside of the
1T nltcil Slates, vol" belongs to the
department of California. Thta
message the post he represented had
put in lliu shape of a gavel made of
11' different Kinds of wood tnilisen
ons to the soil of Honolulu. This
act was very gracefully performed,
and was iccognized with intense
cordiality. A very felicitous rcs
punso was made by Commander-in-Chief
Alger in behalf of the national
encampment. He haul in closing:
'1 accept it with grateful thanks.
We are very glad to know of the
prosperity of the comrndes so far
away from their native land, and J
assure you if you will bear the
kindly wishes of this encampment
to them, you will express the senti
ment of every man here.' Great
The new commander-in-chief w
Col. Whccloek G. Venzcy of Ver
mont. In the Boston Globe nf Aug. 11
is a sketch of Geo. AS'. DeLong
Post, illustrated with a tuie portrait
of Post Commander Fred. Turrill.
Jona. Austin, A. S. Ilartwell, V.
V. Ashford, W. F. Williams, and S.
Mclvcague were in the grand par
ade. Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levsy.
Reeler Cash Sale !
AT 10 O'CI.Oflt a. ai..
will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesrooms, a general
100 SksCal. Potatoes,
50 Bx3 CkI. Apples,
25 Sks Col. Onions,
ku, i:tc, i:to., Kic
liEWIS J. LEVEY,
010 lc Auctioneer.
Just Received !
Ex "AilonK' .V "Ippiibenr''
Gs. Mwm Brandy,
Caes Palm Treo Chi,
Case White Kottle K'ey flln,
Cs.FincIrisli& Scotch Yliiskey,
Cases Extra Fine Sheiry,
CaRP? Diy t Sweej Chnmp.ino,
Cs. Italian Yermoutli,
Curacoa, Abslntlie, Etc., Etc.
Tanntaser Beer !
Prize Medal Paris Expooitlon.
& The Host r.eor hi the martini
beatn St. I.iiuls untl MllwauUeo all to
BUFFALO BEER !
CSyitiowed and Untiled In Sacra
mento, liner and uhenpei-than Freihlck
bitr,'j and Wlclaud Callfcirnla lteer.
von bai.i: nr
Havaiian Wine Co,,
011 FnAKi; Dhowk, Matniftc-r. lm
Mr. Geo, L. Babcock,
13 Emma Street,
Will rcwimo inslriictloii
Monday, Sept. 8th.
tsrilutual Telephono 321.
fit! Mil Mis
- hivFH nr titt-
At Reniond Grove !
,4V3W?- " &&&
Oil SATURDAY, Sept. Bill.
TKAL.a WILT, LEAVE HONOLULU
at 1:00, a 100, 0:00, 7 :C0 and li :Sli
o'clock l'. M.
TP.AINS W1T.L LF.AVE HKMOND
GHOV12 nr .1:10. 5:00, Si30 12:00
and 12;ir, o'clock 1'. Jt.
To conimnneo after tho aniv'nl nf tlie
Hist train, coiHLtlns of Bum ball, mu I:
ami Foot ltaces. Apple- on tlioStiln'.
and other ft-"u,:i tn aiiuiao younp; and
old.' htiltahli: pi-ecnts will lis awarded
in tin1 uecesful compel ltoii.
nuiliif- the uftt'iminii and I'ViMihi'i liv
the Boyal llnwnlhu Hand.
DANCING AT 7 P. Ivl.
LOllKIK A. TKUFwSTON,
HoNoi.ru', II. i.
Oflk-o over ItMiop's rank. CIO tf
PIANO, ORGAN and SIKGM
lfoiise, Xutianii Avenm
mJtn- . A E'W Cottage of four
jfti . rooms and biithroom.
222frSS Applvat 1,1S" Niumiiii Ave
mii'." " C15:a
nJST& rS','IlItKE Large Fur
$w&$& - Itooms and tin ce
iasc m;r:r." .
GTBATr: lu.fiii1) vu a&uiui aui;i;i. ii
at this olllce. (i!8 1w
AT a bargain, a Horse, Top liiake,
IlarticVs. eomplco and In good
order, with two rug?!, -whip and lamps.
The Horse will diive in single ordouble
hurncsi; and is also bioken to saddle.
Apply at lids ofllcc. CIS tf
a A WELL FUJtXISHED
i:l -jL Bi'Uioom and Parlors
USaSil to rent in a nilvato familv.
suitable for a, gentleinsin or gentleman
aud wife. Apply corner ot Llkclike
and Palace Walk. 018 Iw
.MUjtV HpO rent orlpao, a Cottapfc
SsyVv3 -- vlth about four looms;
raj-.-- -...- --. tii.i. iiuiii
fiSsi'ffiS about 10 nilnuti-.s' walk from
town; on Kiuiror Ucretanta streets, to
wards the Plains piofeiied. Address
j "L. &0.," this olllce. 02U tf
J8A T KLEO Stables nt pio;cnt
fiPWwl --J occupied bv Hawaiian
Ej2a2jaits3 J ransfur Co., purmUsInn
ulvcu August lht. Apply lo
COS It .. is. WALKEIl.
TJOUSES al $2 pei
XJL head per month.
The uenregt, the bc.t
anil clieapeRt. Apply
CIO tf wis
NOTICE to JLOIiSISMSX!
Mio Cehibratcd Itun-
nltij' Stallion ",Sho-
uandoali" will stand
this season al tho
terms S30. For fiirthor paitlenlars
apply at. the Dairy. r.sr, Hin
O iiiImcs Inst FrIUav.
SjTSv AupiHt 20th, my Lai-go
'v Can hio Horse, color a
brown and black. Any pcison leturii
Iiir saimi will lie suitably re.waidcd.
(UUtt (! P. CASTLE.
WILL bo paid to any pewm return
ing a Daik Colored Mnio hi foal,
strayed from Walklkl last week to Ho
Fon, al Chinese Nowh olllce. (i 10 at
ELECTION ol' OFFICERS.
AT the Annual mcotluK of tho htook
holders of tho Olowalu Co. held
on August 27, lf00, tho following gen
tlemen were duly elected lo bcrvo as
olllceis for the ensiling yeiu-i
Win, Q. Irwin ., President,
1'. W. .Macfailuno.. Vice-President,
W. M.GIffaid Tioasmer,
O .KoHto Seerotarv & Auditor.
018 lw acerctary,
amnmmms&swivu&u iiiim miwiii iwimiiiii i wmwlmmmimmmM&mm&&,Ml,.
' iw KM U i c few a
8 For full particulars apply to
Our Entire Stock lit a Saorifice ! Not a Spocinl Ifeuuetion, Imt a Closiu yweej) In
Every Dejmi'tjnent I
ill lew Faels lo Tiuse iliiF Kim ! Tic Gnat Mail Gsntnr for Barpius !
Wo Wili Sell Commencing This Day
2S yd -i tin- hrsi Oulieo, nirdium d,ul; pnlors, for ?1. 10 yds of pood quality GitiRlmm, for $1. Lr.dics' JU-imond
)ye ul.iok U.ve, only M rls per p.nr. o guarantee them absolutely fast bhtek and Bluinh-fs, t'm from 8 to 10
e lmve it few more 15ns Suits on hand, whiah wo aro selling out at cost. Great runs on Coi.-etH. whieh wo aio
M'lluu; at 60 els oaeli. tlmy arc tjood value for.1. Gents' Fine White .Shins, linen bosom and euflM, DO em Gents'
I-inu bill: 1 ie-s only LM ch em-li. .lust roeoiwd a fino lino of Children' Die.-ses, Misses' Dresses, Cloel-s and L-idie's'
ri.-lei.. Stop in our stme mid pii.-e our Ladie.-', Mifca' & Children's Trimmed and Untiimmed lint"
Commencinir K.VTUHWAY, An.e,usl
ultraut immediato attention
in. Wo need
ut our prevent
and not US.
here, and have rct-olvcd.lh
on tho Goods lo suit YOU
and you will think po too.
21 doz of I.adii'V Chemise?, at 2."io
Fine V.'liilo Vietoiin Lawn, at 7"o
White Linen, oohl. boid, Xapkins
Fiinned, !! for 2oc.
200 Pieces of all Silk Neek l!ih
hons, all good eolor.-, 15 y.lrd.N for 2.",e.
Ucst quality of Mostpiito JJellinp,
00 iiieiu-s wide and 10 ynid long, fin
$2.2fi per picre.
India Silks, imnienRe nc-oilmenl,
ledueed two (iOe. Thcfo aio nil iu-v
Roodn and no two patterns alike.
fD5J"Ncce?8ily knows no law, aud our neeessily cuts piice.s. Cost has no control over what necessity demands
Wlnlo we during this sale sacrifice our profit, this xacrilh.-e given us a reputation for low prices absolutely nccesarv
on which to build the great business wo arc after in the near future. uium.ij necessary
SyOur Millinery Department, will boa gical attraction ne.U Monday ; it will be a rare chance The oniim
fjockof TiimnioillIiitbBipoiintjtPliillniiukedin plain figures, aheady much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of .Uk percent. 'Unit is u $3 Hal cols you $2, a ! H.it co.sls you onlv $0, a $15.00 Hat only cost vou 100O
and so on. ' J T '
gSTAhove mentioned pi ices wo gunrnnlco for 30 days only, and all goods bold for cash.
t i 0ml'1C nok 1f,'yVllitc' Cr,c,km Fi'?"m ?Iuh 1?"l,y FiK"-C(l Cambrics, Sateens, aintjhanw. Boy'.,Sult
from ij-LOO up lo 22.00. 13 o sure and bo on hand in time. Dressmaking Department on the premises.
8 JS !IB" BB
is lguuihk m il nuusH nr u. J i-isnm
T A H I
Solo Proprietors of
0g7 CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS. rlm
Pip? ill. Hob lie, eniHliu, EasiJiigrryafJo, Ssrapla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
rSf All cor.isnnicat!o?B
380 1 m
A. R. Rowat, Yeterinary Surgeon,
Residence: Hotel Mreot, opposlto
Olllce: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
bles. ssr injJojjIio.-io No. :j?a -a
N. 15. Elrst-clapflacoinmodatloiiR for
pntlontR at the Hawaiian Hotel fitnblPS.
NOT r OB
VTOTICEU hereby given that I will
i. not bo responsible for any debts
contracted In my name, without my
Honolulu, Sept. 2, lP'JO. nirilt
NOTICE Is hereby given thai Mr.
,IoIm Grace lain tltl day hecm
iippoliiled Jlnnagcr of the Honolulu
Dairy Co , In tho pluco of Mr. Martin
J. AT,FRED MAGOON.
(117 lw Hecrctury 11.1). Co.
Special Co-partnersliip Notice,
NOTICE Is hereby given the Special
Co-pnilncrablp hni-etnfnro exist
ing between John 1 Cnlbiirn and S,
lloth, both of Honolulu, under the linn
namo of "John V. i 'oilmen & Co.," for
the buying and felling liny, grains and
feed, has been extended muter the buiiio
llrni name for tho further term of one
year from the 80th day nf June. 1600'. to
oxplro on tho 1st day of July, 181)1, and
that John I Colburn Is the general and
,S. lloth the ppeclnl partner. 03tr.lt
I?. v a a
iSSUKt) BY TlJii
OIT1 JS3EHW YORK
JttiUlIAliEO A. HZcOBKDY, Hlrciiiii.
"We XvotPst j..fS3iittt JT3i3i
llli, our entiif stock of rtmponaldo Goods will be ofToird at nvippn tlmi. .n,,ui
mote loom to propi lly display our Ihiropean purolmsea now on Jho wav
stock Ml'tf )' GO. Uot bus not been coiibidered. l'lices have been maiked
We aru hmmd lo keep trade lively. Visit our establishment, note the piiccB
fiS doz of Ladies' Silk Mills, in
cream, white, black and cardinal, at
25e pair; worth Top and .11.00 ol,-e-wheie.,
Elack Goods, nn tpe to quote price?,
variety too I.ukc Have been veiling
cheap, but, pi csent slock will go fur
a mere song. New Goods in this de
partment sulTer also l his week.
Ladies' Cold, fiord. Handkerchief,
ft? each, nice patterns.
Ladies' Unbleached Ualhriggan
Hose, silk clocked, only 20c pair"
o. re. :ba.jljh-.3;v
L E EW O N A D E,
and orders sliouUl bp iuklresseil to
Without a Itivnl in Price & Quality !
One-third the Prieo of tho Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It r
gj& X Paving of 33 Por Cent in Cost nnd Quality tho Very Best, j&g
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS,
The following Flue AulnialM will
Bt'inil for fiorvloo at the ranch, Wuialuo:
Two Native Stalllona
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
A Well -bred
Jdi 1 , . MtidM
Agent for the Hnwaiian lalunds.
Persian Mull?, new patterns, C vdn
Extra good quality of While Bed
spieads, only $1.10 each. '
Linen Table Covers, CG.55, assorted
Turkoyred Table Cover, all linen
extra size, $1.35.
Fino assortment of ladies' Silk
lIandkcrchief,noW8hades, .1 foi-ifl.OO,
former price 75c, but wo aro over
blocked and go thoy must.
Ladies' Small Sizo but, extra good
quality, 3 for 50c.
& IRON WATER
SM" ni73BF5iR !ftnflflraB:i
KENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusivo Aponta for the Hawaiian Isla
All Horses Kept
Stallions of vailous breedfl.
JIaies with or without foal.
Howes for any purpose.
A Skilful Brenker and Trainer la em
ployed on the ranch.
J6" Satisfaction Is guaranteed I if
breaking and training horses,
PAUL R. 1SE.NBERG.