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In ui'i'DiiltiiK'ti with ili Kketriui
Law of the Kingdom, notice is
hereby ghen tlmt n Special EUctiuu
for lt?prescntntio will beheld in the
District of South Wailuku, Island of
M.iui, on FRIDAY, the 10th day of
October, 1800, to 1111 the vacancy
caused bj.the iPMgn.ition of Hon. .1.
FOURTH DISTRICT, SOl'l H WAI
Consisting of Hint poilion of Wai
luku lying south of the North Wai
luku District, including the Island of
ICnhoolawo,but excluding llonuitula.
First l'roeinot Wailuku Court
Inspectors: II. G. T roadway, K.
Bnl, Geo. E. Kichardion.
Second Precinct The remaining
portion of said South Wailuku.
Polling Place. Custom House, Ka
liului. Inspectors: W. F. Mobsman, G. P.
Wilder, Thomas Clark.
The polls will be opened at S
o'clock A. M. and clofe at fi r. M. on
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflico, Sept. 10, 1SC0.
055 3t-158 -it
Sale of Lease of the Govornment Land
In Makiloa, Mala, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, October 15,
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be
hold at public auction, 328 acres of
Grazing Land at Makiloa, Kohaln,
Upset Trice $50 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Teim 15 years.
Minister of tho Interior
Interior Office, Sept. 10, 1S90.
Sale of Lease of Government Land on
On WEDNESDAY, October 1,
lb90, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be
fold at public auction, the lease of a
certain piece of land on the Esplan
ade, fronting on Richard street oppo
site the Enterprise Mill, in Honolulu,
Oahu, containing an area of :'8G7
Terms Lease for 10 yeans.
Upset price $50 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
lntorioi Office, Aug. 28, 1S90.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are horoby
notified that the hours for UBing
water for irrigating purposes arc from
0 to 8 o'clock A. m., and ! to C o'clock
Chab. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
-O. N. Spencek,
Mirriwter of the Interior.
By virtuo of the authority in me
vested by the Constitution and tho
Statutes of this Kingdom and deem
ing it essential to the promotion of
justice, I do hereby order that the
Regular Term of the Third Judicial
Circuit to be held at Wniohinu.Kau,
Hawaii, on the first Thursday of
September, 1890, and by me post
poned until Monday, tiro 15th Sep
tember, bo and the same jb hereby
rurther postponed until MONDAY,
tho 17th day of November, 1890, at 9
o'clock a. m.
, i uucM.s my iiunu .tun
) the seal of the Supreme
j. S. Court nt Honolulu, this
) 1st day of September,
Witness my hand and
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
, IIunry Smith, Clerk.
; " 017 221
A DRAUGHT Horso
for bnggagu wu
eou. Island stock prc-
k-2- loriod. Cfifl 2w
NOTTOR to HORSEMEN J
rpiio Celebrated Jtmi
nundouli" will stand
this season ut tho
For further particulars
apply nt tho Palty
mitiaMHimMsaniJKKariJHmmtvmnvuki imm mn IM'
T II .IB
Ptrdfml to ntithtr Sett wr J'urty,
Hut rttnbliihcd for the btfitfit of all.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1890.
1 he frequency of Into, of more oi
less successful night lobberie com
mitted at private ioideueej by per
sons unknot? n. is becoming deci
dedly alaiming. and would indicate
thnt the time is approaching when
the organization of vigilance com
mittees will become ureewnry in or
der to put downthis lawlessness,
which, apparently, the present inade
quate police are unable to suppiess
Our genial, kind-hearted and
much respected citizen, William
John llrodie, breathed his last on
the morning of Friday, the 5th inst.
lie had been aililrg tor some time
past, but his most intimate friends
hardly expected his end was so near
at hand. Kohala people tinned out
en masse to pay their last respects
to the honored dead, whose remains
were intoned in St. Augustiiip'u
His decease leaves a vacancy in
the Asscssorship of the district, the
refilling of which is occupying the
attention of our Assessor-in-Chief.
We learn that there are two candi
dates under favorable consideration,
one an out and out missionary, and
the other a native Hawaiian, who
has had long experience and served
as clerk under successive assessors,
but it is a foregone conclusion as to
who will be the successful candi
date, for what can be expected when
the Assessor-in-Chief is enjoying
the hospitality of the former candi
date, and has given the latter only a
few hours to procure his bonds,
who, if allowed a little more time, is
almost certain of success.
General satisfaction prevails over
the plucky and disinterested stand
taken by our Nobles and Represent
ative from here, against the subsi
dies to private enterprises. Al
though they lost the day with the
Oahu Railway subsidy, it is to be
sincerely hoped the proposed sub
sidy and guarantee on interest
money, for the Hamakua Railway
will be utterly squelched. We in
Kohala know' the utter rottenness
and bosh of all that talk about the
benefit to this country of a railroad
running along the coast line. A
few plantations arc given their ehoico
of transport, and pretty wen control
matters, but the general public are
totally ignored. Civitas.
Kohala, Sept. 12.
HIS LAST POEM.
John Boyle O'Reilly, the journal
ist and poet, lately died at Boston.
His last poem appeared in the Ros
ton Pilot of Feb. 1, 1890. and is
Poets should not reason.
Let them sing!
Argument is treason,
Bells should ring.
Stntomonts none, nor quesrions
Spirit ench, suggestions,
Like the birds.
He may use deduction
Who must preach ;
He may pri7o instruction
Who must teach.
But the poet duly
Kills his pait
When the song bursts uuly
From his heart.
For no purpose springing,
For no pelf;
He must do the slughrg
Not in lines austeiely
Let bun build:
Not the surface merely
Let him gild.
Like a spring.
Let him slug.
As the leaf grows sunward
Song must grow;
As the stream flows onward
Song must flow.
Ui-oless? Aye -for measure;
But their breath gives pleasiue
God knows why I
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy Communion (Hawaiian) C :30
Litany at 9:80 a. in.
Morning prayer and sermon at 10
Hawaiian Evensong and Soriuon,
3:30 p. m.
Evening prayer and Sermon, C p.
It was tho tnish-houso and not the
mill of Pain plantation which was
burned dowrr tho other day.
Mu. E. F, Rislrop, who wont to
llilo by the Kinau hist week, hud hid
watch stolen during tho passage.
Mil. Gibbon, cashier for J. D.
Spruckols & Bros., Sarr Francisco,
was thrown out of a biako, whilo re
turning from tho Volcano this week,
and ono of IiIb anus was broken and
ho was otherwise badly hint,
i i m p
A iiKi'onr was received on tho Kl
nuu at Mahukona, yesterday, that
Robt. Wilcox and an army of uatlvrm
and Ohinunien woro uji in arum and
hud taken the city of Honolulu,
When Maalaea Ray wim rimchod tho
roporl wan contradicted,
MOST DARIHQ ROBBERY.
TUn lliiHitrnt IiUlir Jn Coin unit
.li'wolry Milieu l"rm Jinn W
Some time call v this mntnini; the
house of lion. VV. II. Rickatd at
Kapiohmi Park w9 entcicd by u
robber, who took away $100 In coin,
u liold watch and chain, and Jewolrj
the whole plunder amounting in
value to live hundred dollars.
The robbery was the coolest and
most daring yet reported in the
nightl.s 'riles of burglaries during
the prist week or two. The watch
and chain were on the buicau, and
the other alunbles in the bateau
drawers, the bureau itsell standing
between two occupied bed. .Mr-.
Rickard was in one bed with a throe
days' old child, and Mr. Rickaid's
aged mother in the other. The
drawers were carried out to the din
ing room table and there ransacked.
Nobody in the house knew anj
thintr about the vobben till dawn,
although there wis a light burning
in tho bedioout. Mr. Riclurd be
fore coiiisr t0 '"'l' una" looked nil the
doors, except the one by which he
passed Irom the dining-room to his
bod-room oil the veranda, lie alto
had the blinds all drawn. Every
thing was found shut up in the
morning as left by him. It is evi
dent th.it the marauder must have
closely watched the hoiisu before
making his entrance. The elder
Mrs. Rickard had been kept awake
with attentions required by her
daughter-in-law until two o'clock,
and once getting asleep naturally
The Maishal was at the place this
motuing making investigations.
THE KILO RECORD.
(Tuesuav, September 2 )
The RailroadJMIl is still the theme
for conversation and debate both in
and out of the Legislature. As "it
is not time for a railroad on Hawaii"
there is little hope of the bill pass
ing as it now is. The HUggestion
now is, Why would it not answer to
get an appropriation for a few miles,
build the road and then see whether
or not "it is time for llilo and Ha
makua to have a railroad V"
In reference to the Telephone
lines we would say that the sub
scription list has been well filled,
and all the funds necessary to carry
out the work, with the help of the
Legislature, have been promised.
There is all reason to believe that
the Legislature will give the amount
Quite a number of lepers were
discovered in the gulch near "Wai
nianu by James Bright, and also at
Laupahoehoc. To "get to this gulch
near "Wainianu one has to go around
in a boat and then swim ashore. We
understand that this was done by
Mr. Bright. This gulch has been
and is renowned for its illicit liquor
trafllc. Jt3 being so inaccessible
makes it quite easy for the manu
facture of liquor, without any icar
of being disturbed.
Arrived Brigantine Liu line, Mat
son master, 15 days from San Fran
cisco. Passengers Mrs. Patten
and two children, and Miss N.
Townsend. Brig J. D. Sprcckeh,
18 days from Port Townsend, with
a cargo of lumber for the llilo
By last mail we noticed the ariiv
al of Mr. and Mrs. Colville from an
extended tour in Scotland. We
understand that Mr. Colville brought
down three 2,500 horses with hiin
for plantation uso.
Mrs. Kennedy left by last Kinau
to visit her sister who is now on
We notice that the Catholic
school opened yesterday morning
with its usual number of pupils.
Quite a number of opium raids
have been made out in the country
lately, resulting in finds of old pipes,
empty boxes, etc. In some instances
a little opium was lounu a num
ber of Chinamen pleaded guilty,
and others await their trial to-day.
We were on the volcano road the
other da as far ns carriages can go,
and would report the road beyond
the woods in good condition. The
heavy rains do not wash that por
tion of the road as much as they do
the road this side of the woods. As
soon as the appropriation for the
road is passed, work will b(i pushed
with vigor. The prisoners will be
put on again in all probability.
There is all reason to believe that
the amount asked for, So5,000, will
be granted. The matter has been
referred to a committee of men who
are very favorable to the road's
going through, and wc hope their
report will be favorable, and that
work will be commenced soon.
The steam tug Alice, at about 4
p. in. on Sept. 1st, whilst getting a
lighter from the wharf, came in too
close to the beach, and touched bot
tom and was thrown up on the beach
in front of C. 15. Richardson's store.
A great ninny people turned out and
tried to get her off, but could not
owing to tho fulling of tho tide.
However, at 4 a. in. next morning
Capt. Mntsoii with the help of na
tives got her off at high water. Wo
spo that sho is now running in tho
bay with apparently little or no in
IllAVH bought out the InleieU of
Leong Cook In tho linn of Look Plug
& Co., hltlierto cmrylng on a tailoring
buslnuss at No3. It'S A Vi Niuiiiuu
tttreot. All debts owing the Into ilnn
must ho jmld lo luu, mid all dobt owing
by thn lain thin will bo paid by uw.
Honolulu, Kept, IS, 1BIM). DM) lw
HONOLULU, H. I., SBPTEMBEK IS, 1890.
lOl'NO I0l 1 SOM.
I M IS lOCTCMIfsi
sill V. .1. V. II u num. Halt.. riinh man,
(l)iicclor ol London .Inhit Stool;
O A. I'iiicon. l--q., Dep. Chalrninu,
tof Messrs I'lvscolt. Oui Uuvlnu,
Lode & Co.)
Hkuiikut ItKOOKS, Eq.
(Ptieotorof the Rank of Engluud).
J. P. Cur.ltiL', E-q.
(Director of the Bank of England),
V.f i rims. Ei-q.
I Director of the London &, HauK'allc
U. B GUI i:m:. Req.
(Dlieoturof the Bank of England).
T. Guur.Nr.. Esq.
(nf Me'sis. I'.lyth, Gioom .'ouiduln
iV Co )
.1. O. Hanson, Kmi.
(Director of the National Provincial
ll.iuk of England).
It It. W'Alu:, Eq.
(Director of the National Provincial
Bank of Euglumll.
O. C. .Macmjc, K-q
E. P. NOKL, Eq
P. A. VLKUn, l-sq.
Sm..I. 1'ii'KiK, Seciotaiy of the 'un-
prnynrrd Manager of the Klie Depart
ment. KaTlLulng been appointed Aai:sis
of the alme Coinpiny, we arc now
icady to eflect Insurances at lowest rates
H. W, SCHMIDT & SOUS,
Honolulu, Aug. 1, 1S00,
Voe MtvlClllK' lints.
KOU SAhV AT
O.'tt 1 in
70UK UnfuriiMred Koomn.
I with uso of kltrhen and
dlntncroom; reasonable vent.
Apjilv at 'Ofo. 15 Emma street. "'
' C53 U
WASTED for a few
months a Furni-hed
SSe3 Douse In town or submbs,
not less than eight looms. Apply at
once at this olllce. C5H 2w
LEASE of Lot, 70x1-17 feet,
on Young sti eel; has 14
I venrs to run, together with
House of 4 room, kitchen, dinlng
looin. stables, outhouses, etc. For par
tienliirs apply to Mitchell Mnml, ou the
premise, opposite Ilebbiud'?, "Young
stieot. C.i: 1W
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
THE San Francisco Fruit Depot has
removed from Fort stieet to No.
87 King Mroet near Fort.
(SOfi tin I'ropi ictor.
J It. Kee Xan will act for oui Uoin
ItA pany under full power of attor
ney during our puttier Ng Ong ahseuco
from the Kingdom.
KWONG LEE YUEN CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 18110. li.'iC lw
COO Kl?3 & CO.,
No. 9 Xuuanu St., Honolulu,
And denier? In all kinds of
CiiHHluieroH and Kara tailing; aooilH
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit guaranteed. 547 rtnr
Union Ice Company
AT arr adjourned annual meeting of
the (stockholders of the Union loo
Company held Friday, Sept. 5, 1890, the
following olllceis were elected for tho
President Dr. J. S. McGiew,
Vice-President S. M Diimou,
Manager L. C. Abies,
ii I. II. Fisher,
Auditor II. M. Whitney, Jr.
Drnr.cioits Dr. J. S. McGrow, S. M.
Damon, L. C. Abies, J. II. Fisher, II.
M. Whltnev, Jr., F. M. Hutch. J. II.
raty, ' J. II. FISUEK,
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1890. 051 2w
A Cure for Influenza !
DR. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR.
DIAL, ono of the best remedies
over propincd for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest liouble, and a great relief to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Ask for Or. Lojicr's Hawaiian Clioriy Cor
dial sold at
HOLLISTER & CO'S.,
And UEX&ON, SMITH & CO'S.
I llml your "Cherry Coidhd" the bust
medicine we lmvo ever used for coughs,
colds and lung trouble All of our Na
tives, I'oitugnesi), Chinese and Japanese
w 111 uso ho other, I uso nothing elso In
my own family. Youia ti ulv,
Mannger Kolndu Sugar (Jo,
Wo have sold a hirgo qimntlly of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our nlantutlon
Btoro, both at ICeulla unit ICiipaa, sud
can cheoi full v locoiniiinud It forbiou
Vury respectfully voiir,
Oi:o E. PaIROIIILD,
iins if TrcftMirer Mitlajc Sugar Co,
slr Koi full phrtlculiUK upply to
H J 4' ira M tVa K fi B f i
Our KiiMrc Stuck nt a Siicriflcu 1 Not a Special Ii'utotioii, Imi
Every DopnriincnL 1
AMiiE New Facts to Those My Kiowa ! Tin Great Mill Center for Bargains !
We Will Sell Commencing This Day
2ii ydt of'tho b.'st Calico, medium dark colors, for 4-1. 10 yds of good ciinlity Qinglinm, for $1. Udie.i' Diamond
Dy: lUiiek Hohc, only fiO c.ts per pair. We guarantee them absolutely fast black and Btninlejs, mzo from 8 to 10.
We liue a few moio Box Suits on liand, which we aw selling out nt rout. Great runs on Coipels, which wc uro
selling at GO fts ouch, they are good uluo for $1. Cents,' Tine While .Shirts, linen hos-oni and cull', DO cla QentH
Kino Silk Tie., only 26 ots each. Just received a fine lino of hildii-irV Dresses, Mieses' Dresses, Clocks and Ladies'
UMors. Step in our storo and price our Lndie', MiwV & ChilJien's Trimmed and Untriniined Hutu.
Wo TPi-otewi -VjLVJiitBit; Jjn&tlt lPxice I
Commencing SATUUDAY, August 'Jtb,
attract immediate attention. Wo need
bore, and have resolved, that our present
on the Goods to suit YOU arid not IIS,
and you will think so too.
21 do of Ladies' Chemiscx, at 2fc
Fine White Victoria Lawn, at 75c
White Linen, cold, bord, Napkins
Fringed, tl for 25e.
200 Pieces of nil Silk Neck 1Mb
boiiH, all good colors, 0 yards for 25c.
Hect quality of Moiquito Netting,
90 incnes wide and 10 yards long, for
f 2 25 per piece.
India Silks, iniineiio aort merit,
reduced two 050. These n to all new
goods and no two patterns alike,
Spgy Necessity knows no law, and our
While wo during this sale sacrifice our profits, this pucrifice gives us a reputation for low pi ices absolutely nece-fcary
on which to burld the great business wo are after in the near future "
gXSOur Millinery Department, will be a great attraction nest Monday; it will be a raie chance, The entire
stock of Trimmed Hats and BonnetR, nil marked in plain figures, alreadv much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of 33 percent. That is a !?3 Hat costs you $2, a $9 Hut costs you only $0, a $15.00 Hot only cost you $1000
and eo on.
i r ,.
gS Above mentioned prices we guarantee for 30 duvs only, and all goods sold for cash.
0STA complete gttick of White, Cream Figured Mulls, Fancy Figured Cambrics, Sateens, Ginghi
from $1.00 up to $22T00. Be sure and be on hand in time. Dressmaking Department on the pren
Tsie Leading Millinery loose of 0. 1 FssSiel
Sole Proprietors of
Gipr lie, Hob Mb, GraaiiM, Mmnk Saraplla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
KSr- All omiiiiinieaUmn mid orders should ho addressed to
Pacific Mail Steamship Comp'y,
For San Francisco.
tr. irio r rno weiv . ,
fejiA! . .
U U X i' A
Will call at this port enrouto from Chiua
and Japan, and will sail for the
above ports on or about
ESTFor freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
A. R. Rovat, Veterinary Surgeon,
GiaduutoMcGIll College, Mont
Residence: Hotel stieet, opposite
Hawaii uii Hotel. S
Olllce: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
JBQr Tolephono No. tifi -J
N. 11. First-class acoininnihitloii9 for
patients at tho Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Honolulu, II. I.
Onli'o over Blghop's Itiink. utC tf
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY,
PIANO, ORGAN and SINGING,
Engle Ilotiso, Xuuniiu Avenue.
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Ireet Clearance Sale !
OO&IIUsEMCS&iG THIS DAY
our entire Htnek of Reasonable Good will bo ofl'en d at prices tlmt must
more room to properly display our European purchases now ou the wav
Mock MUST GO, Cost bus not been considered. Priees h.ive hnnn ,,irL-..i
Y o are bound to keep trade lively.
08 doz of Ladies' Silk Mitts, in
cream, white, black and cardinal, at
25c pair; worth 75c and .IS 1.00 else
where. Black Good), no use to quote prices,
variety too l.irge. Have been selling
cheap, but present stock Avill go fur
a mere sung. .New Goods in thh de
partment sutler also this week.
Ladies' Cold. Bold. Handkerchief,
oc each, nice patterns.
Ladies' Unbleached Ualbriggau
Hose, silk clocked, only 20o pair.
necessity cuts pi ices,
Cost has 110
CORNER HOTEL &. FORT STREETS.
TAHITI ; LEMONADE,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
rV"r,"(i'T"" H'W lWfc-Tli 1 MM"t '"w,tMmm':'mt'''maa'w'mwrm'nwWU!KWB13miMWKmiMauimMii-iimmimiin
Without a Rival in Price & Quality I
One-third tho Prioo of the Royal !
Evory Housekeeper Should Ubo It !
gjBT a Saviug of U3 Por Cent in Coal and Quality tho Vory Rest. jtfB
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
The following Fine Arilinala will
stiind for Borvlce at the ranch, YValahio:
Two Nntivo Stulllona
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
1 llijP SPf
Agent for tho Hawaiian Island!).
a Cluin ii vc'i in
Visit our establishment, note the prices
rorpian Mulls, new patterns, G vds
Extra good quality of White Bed
spreads, only $1.10 each.
Linen Table Covers, 5Cx55, assorted
Turkeyred Table Cover, all linen
extra si7e, $1.35.
Fino assortment, of Tudie' Silk
Handkerchief, now shades, a for $1.00,
former price 75c, but wo aie over
stocked and go they must.
Ludies' Small Sizo but, extra good
quality, 3 for 50c.
control over what nneenailv ilnmatwlu
& IRON WATER,
HEWRY DAVBS & CO.,
ExcliiBivo Agents for tho Hawaiian Maud.
AM Horses Kept
Stallions of various breoda,
Mures with or without foal.
Hoi'hch for any purposo.
A Skilful Ilrcaker uud Trainer Is em
ployed ou the ranch.
8 PatlHfuetloii 1b guarauteod lit
breaking and training houon.
PAUL R. ISENBERC.