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TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE,
Taxiinjrrn or tlic IHkIi-Ivi or Kihib,
The book of the T.i A-i-i-tor Cut
the DUtrii't of Llona, Kl.ind of Oalui.
vill be open for inspection by per
sons liable to taxation, from Septem
bor 20lli to Oclobei 1, 185)0, Sundays
excepteil, in the Kapimiwn llu'ilding,
between the hours of ft o'clock in the
forenoon and 4 o'clock in the after
noon. T A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Asesor District of
blona, Island of O'ltin.
C. A. Brown,
AvFeseoratul Collcctoi f 'nv l'jist
Division, m?, til
Sii6 of Lease of tlis Government Laud
Id Maklloa, Kohala, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, Octoh.'i 1J,
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani liale, will be
uolil at public auction, 32S acies of
Grazing Land at Makiloa, Koh.ila,
Upset 1'iice $,"i0 poi .itniuin, pay
able ueini-anuutilly in advance
Term lfi years
Ministci of the Interioi.
Intel ior Office, Sept. JO, 1890.
Sale of tease of Government Land on
On WEDNESDAY, October 1,
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be
sold at public auction, the lease of a
certain piece of laud on the Esplan
ade, fronting on Richard street oppo
site the Enterprise Mill, in Honolulu,
Oahu, containing an aiea of 3S07
Terms Lease for 10 yeais.
Upset price $50 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Minister of the Interioi
Interior Office, Aug. 28. 1800.
By virtue of the authority in mo
vested by the Constitution and the
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 Waiohinn, Kau,
Hawaii, on the fust Thursday of
September, 1890, and by me post
poned until Monday, the 15th Sep
tember, be and the canto is heieby
mrther postponed until MONDAY,
the 17th day of November, 1890, at 0
o'clock a. m. -
, Witne.- my hand and
the seal of the Supremo
Couit at Honolulu, this
) lHt da of September,
A. V. JUDD,
Chief Jiihtii'O Supieme Com I.
Hkniiv Smith, Cleik.
Omen ok tiik Board of Health,)
Honolulu, Sept. 18, 1890. 5
Sealed tenders will be recehed at
the office of tho Boaid of Health
until Saturday, 27th day of Septem
ber, at 12 o'clock noon, for the tup
plying of drugs and medical supplier,
to all Government District Physi
cian', Hospitals, and Dispensaries,
under the care and control of the
ftoard, for tho term of one veai from
October 1, 1890.
Lists of drugs, etc., can be had at
ihe Offire of the Board.
GEO. C. POTTEK,
Ml $t Secretary.
Honoluli-, H. J Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Wator Frhilegcs or
those paying Water Rates, aio hereby
notified that the hours fpr using
water for irrigating purpobcs are from
(J to 8 o'clock a. ., and 4 to 0 o'clock
J m. '
Chab. il. WILSON,
Supt. Hono, Water Woiks,
C, N. Sl'KNCKIt,
Minifitor of tho Interior.
A JiAOY l tnke vlinrjw of rivMuiiinnt
! dliiliiK looim iiiiihI be ili'L rtl
fiiakliiK limiiKn, Athliciik "L. M"
-4$ i iilfJWiiliiliifhTii HtfMllttlk ,Ummm & Jll
' tt j?
I'ittlfrd lo tttHrr Sett nar liry,
But eil.iHUhtJ far thf btntil n i.
SATURDAY, SElT. 20, 1890.
The Special Committee 011 Ihe item
of $00,000 lor immigration submit
ted its repot t to the Legislature sev
eral dasao. The tnajotit of the
committee ici-QimneuiU the amount
asked he appropriated anil 10,000
laboretx he imported, if necessary,
(luting the ensuing peiiod. It is
slated in the tepott. without ulttug
facts or living reasons, howevet,
that "it U not best to brin into the
country .Japanese onlt," ntttl inli
mation is made that :i partial return
to Chinese laboiersis desitahle. In
a somewhat vane and general state
ment following il is further intimat
ed Ihe Legislature could "introduce
Chinese under restrictions," by ne
gotiating a Convention with China
at "some evpendilute."
It is, pnhaps, unnecess.ary to
state this indefinite treatment of
spHoum public questions, pregnant
with possible industrial evils affect
ing a large class of our citizens, is
one among numerous causes of pre
sent unfavorable political conditions.
Moderate demands have been
made from time to time for explicit,
reform in the way of "restrictions"
on certain classes of immigration.
To the present time, however, noth
ing of a practical nature has been
accomplished, although the need
therefor is admitted by the conser
vative element of both parties. For
this reason we feel some moderate
but firm stand should be taken on
this question by every citizen and
Legislator who is really interested in
the principles of free labor protec
tion. The planting interests of the Isl
ands must be equally and justly
protected ; any other course would
be suicidal to the best interests of
that portion of our citizens demand
ing labor protection.
To those directly interested in
free labor protection the proposal of
a Convention with China holds out
little encouragement; they believe
restrictive legislation should be pass
ed now, and, with moro or less of
feeling, declare a Convention means
procrastination, with only a possible
or ereu no remedy after the evil is
again upon us.
Judging from the present tenor
and condition of political sentiment
here, it is not unlikely the success
ful party of the future will be that
which meets the reasonable labor
demands which, not party policy,
but the necessities of a laigc num
ber of our citizens have already
made an important public question.
We believe the question thus raised
to be one of as great ultimate im
portance to our plantation inteiests,
as it is of present importance to the
representatives of free labor through
out the Kingdom.
TEXT OF THE ALDRICH AMEND
MENT. We pi int below the new section
incorporated in the TarilTbill by the
United States Senate, on motion of
Section 2 That the exemptions
from duty of sugar, molahses, coilec,
tea and hides, provided for in this
act, aie made with a view to tecure
reciprocal trade with countiies pro
ducing this articles, and for this pur
pose, on and after the 1st day of
July, 1891, whenever and so often as
the President shall bo satisfied that
the Government of any country pro
ducing and exporting sugar," mo
lasses, cofl'ee, tea and hides, raw and
uncured, or any Hitch articles, im
poses duties or other exactions upon
agricultural or other pioducts of the
United States, which, in view of the
introduction of such sugar, molasi-es,
cofiee, tea and hides into the United
States, he may deem to ho tccipro
cally unequal and unjust, ho Bhall
have power and it bhall bo his duty
to suspend, by proclamation to that
effect, the provisions of this Act re
luting to tho free introduction of such
sugar, coffee, molasses, tea and hides,
tho production of such country, for
such time as ho shall deem just, and
in Mich case and during such sus
pension, duties shall be levied col
lected and paid ttpou sugar, molasses,
coffee, tea and hides, the product of
or exported from such country, as
follows, namely: All sugar not aboo
No. El Dutch standard in color shall
pay duty on their polariacopio toBt,
its follows, namely All mjgui not
above No, V, Dutch standard In
color, all tank bottoms, yrups of
1:11110, juice, 01 of beet jtlli'r, Molmlii,
uonri'iilrutuil Mehulii, conornlo ami
roiiuuntruti'il jiiqWhii, UmiIiik I'J
jwlitrlHcnjie not abou. ytl ijugrucn,
7-JOol 1 runt per pound, and fru
iivmy additional iii;ih 01 fruulmii of
mli'Kn'y uliwii ly iolminiopi' Inti,
M of I lil iw poiinil vtliljilomi)
, .! mm iilum. tju. tt, Oultli
fiiimliiidliJ polor, tlntl Uu uluuJflutl
h' lb Hup Mmmi of mm, m
ulijill W (Till)' a iniii nil wifliH'
itbovo No. 13, and not. above No. 10'
Dutch standiud of color, lfi cents per
pound; all sugar abovo No. 10, and
not abovo No. 20, of color, ljj cents
per pound j all iitpar above No. 20,
Dutch standard of color, 2 cents
per pound; molasses, testing about
06 degrees, -1 cents per gnllrui. Sugar
drainings and awcepings ehall be
subject to duty either aa molas3e3 or
uipar, as the cose moj be, uceordiiiH
to the polariHMipic test
Tlii dittj on coffee shall be 1! cento
pet pound; on tea, H) cents ppt
pound; hides, taw ot uncured, whe
thei iltv, nlted 01 pickled; Angout
o:ii rtkins, luw, without wool, mi.
uiuunfnctuftd tides' 4 dim, raw or un
manufiiciiitcd, and skins, ctcept
sheep ekin. with the wool on, 1J
emu pet pound.
THAT WATCHFUL EYE.
A11 editorial in Thursday's P. C
Advertiser commences thusly:
"There aie ugly rumors 111 circula
tion as to tho intentions and under
ground methods of the family circle,
who hae long been casting longing
eyes on the electric light system of
this town,'' etc. Again, it say0,
"We give them fair warning that in
the inleicts of the publif, the Ad
vertiser ptoposes to keep a watchful
eye upon their performances in this
matter, and will not mince matters
in turning the full light of day upon
Is it possible that the Advertiser
man has at last made up his mind
to open that "watchful eye" ot his,
which has been o closely shut for
the last three years to the damnable
"undergiound" pillaging of those
hungiy wolves in sheep's clothing,
who are always starving and crying
like the horse leech "more, more;"
tying up poor natives' homes with a
mortgage, robbing Peter to pay
Paul, "reaping wheie they have not
sown," pulling wires, trying to cover
up shady transactions, and to pro
tect at alt ha?ards the guilty con
cerned in such? Ykkitas.
Evening: Anclioi Sale !
On Saturday Evening, Sept, 20,
AT V O'CLOCK,
I w ill sell at Public Auction a choice lot
of Goods specially selected for
this market, consisting ot
Fine Oil Paintings,
Statuary, Choice Glassware,
Funcy Flower Vases,
Flower Stands, Pluted Ware,
And a large assoitment of
!3yTlie Goods to be ofeiedaie just
to hand and compi ise the latest patterns
and designs fioin England and the lead
ing ait centers of Kuropc.
$Q)"")ii cvliibifit.il on Friday ami Sat
urda liBWttt .1. MCVISY,
J5S St Auctioneer.
N. S. SACHS'
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
ts h Price !
g0 On MONDAY, we will place
on our Counter, ItcmnanlH of Silks,
Cashmere, Wool and M'ool Mixed
DreM Goods, Ratines, While and
Colored Cotton Dress Goods, Ging
hams, Etc., 1'tc, which will be
MARKED DOWN WITHOUT CON
SIDEMNG Cowt or Vrilue !
Pacific Mail Steamship Comp'y.
For San Francisco,
The FIiip New S. S.
AV11I call at this porteuroute from China
and Japan, and will sail for the
iibovo ports on or about
tST For fi eight or passage appl to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
1'iij sclifiiuii-r r)lii,"
1011 mi 1 in
J, F, COLBURN &C0,
t JiOEOLttLU, H. I., (SOTralBia 0. lX).
iwmOww imm mm
Auction Sales by James F, Moigan,
AUCTION SALE OF
On MONDAY, Sept. SSml,
AT 1 O'CLOCK 00.
I will sell at Public Auction
10 Shares Intor-hland Steamship
Par Milne $100 rncli
$2,000 of Oahu Railroad A Land
10 Sharos of Honontu Plantation
Pai value $100 cacti.
,IAS. V. MOROAiN,
On iTESDAY, Sept- ".,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At llie Miek&oii licdduncc, Hcn-tanla
stieet, 1 will sell at Public Auction
Tho Entire Househ'ld Furniture,
1 Cliiten Spm Pieio,
Center & Sofa Rugs,
Cluuidelicis, Haii;ln: Lamps,
1 B. V. Etajjeie, LaiseUllr Minor,
1 B. W, Caved BOOKCASE,
2 B. W. Bookcases,
Vols, of Ametlcau Kiicyc'npcdl-i,
Histories of United Mutes.
Lot of Miscellaneous Books,
Hair Clotl Sofas ft (Mrs,
B. W. Bedroom Set,
B. W. Waidtobe,
1 CARVED B, W. SIDEBOARD,
Extension Dlnine Table,
B. V. Bluing Chairs,
1 White China IHihut Net,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 AVe6twood Stove A Uteupllfi,
Meat Safe, Ice Chest,
Sets Singrle Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
tST"Picmlses will be open for inspec
tion on Monday, Sept. 22ml, from 9
A. v. to 3 v. M.
.TAS. F. MORGAN,
QTi9 Ct Auctioneer.
Per "Paul Iseubcrg."
SPARKLING RHINE WINE,
Of the celebrated brand "Mathueus
Of Mai tin! & Bo-si Golden Medal.
Saint Raphael Wine,
A snpeilnr ionic
Genuine Piison Bohemian Boci,
Cenulno Uaravlan Beer fSpateu Blew
Also, the be-,1 hiandsol
j'ot: sAi.t, aj'
SriLCIT COWS !
TUST leeched fiom Sai)
tt Francisco f veiy fine
Milch Cows, two pf which
have Inst calved: will zlve
from 15 to 20 quarts of milk ilnlly. Ap
ly to TllK UNIOX TEED CO.
for baggage wa
tjon. Island Mock pi e-
fened. CDI5 2W
Lain Kau Restaurant,
HOTEL street, opponlte Horn's ba
kery, will open SATURDAY, the
20th Inst , and being under little ex
pense will be able to set a better table
tlinti any othci restaiuant in town.
fit .. . ..,.-.! .. If, I1. ?.!
M USUk(-7 VUIIIJUUHJ HUM III "U
order, with two tugs, whl mid lumps,
Tim Iloihe will ihivo hi slnglo or double
lull iioas mid lb also biol.cn to saddle.
Apply at tills ultlni. CIS tf
IIititib.a iiiitttliitn nt il Iti rrnrwl
ELECTION oC OFFfOERB.
A 'I1 'I'" nmniitl nieethig of Urn stunk-
a . i
hnhhirs of tliu UlloSuifiii't'o. held
ut tliu olllco of Wm. O, liulu A On,,
(I.Mj, Suptiniilier . 1HU0, the fooi
oillutiik wcic duly uli'i'icil to semi ihu
liift Uif niNiiliito'DHrt
Win. O. ii vf It riktliluMt,
I I nywiiiir,
ltl;iEAKO A. XZeUUUDY. rt'OKiilnnt.
&r For full pnrticuinra apply to
LINOLEUM, CARPET fc
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HOOTS & SHOES.
STOCKHOLM .. COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerosene Oil "ALOHA."
FERTILIZERS:-Oh1etidoirsDIsoled Peiuvlan Guano, OhlendorPs Special Cine Maniiie
LONDON PURPLE: Kffectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Wonns 1'tc
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-e8tioys all Noxious Weeds Seinbs. ' ' '
BAGS:-S"gnr. Wee, P.uhh. Coal. TWINE, HFMP CANVAS. NAVY OAKLJM
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS:-En,braelug,liela.cst in.ptoveu.entsdn n.ateilal and t.-uure
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe FiUius Ffec Ftc
Short expected Jjp j QOBS Z , ' ' "
Solo Proprietors of
BiiEir All, m Ale, Mm, R3rmi3, Sarsaiarilla,
l- All oinuu:ication and orders should lio addressed to
InfllIbIo for renewing, luvlporatlnrf and
bcauUfylnctUetialr, removing Bcurf, daudruff,
and nil allcctlous of Uio oalp, and curing erup
tions of tliu nUu,uitfacg of tho nlumls, inaeclefl
and Intrgament;, and relieving etlngg, cub),
uruieea, ninainn, olc. Tlio adlnlty between tho
inemuranca nhlch conslltutc tho ckln and tUc
ualr wlilcli drawrt iui hUkteiiance from this triple
envelope Is very cloo. All dlseafco of the hair
orlglnatu iu tlie skin of the head. If the pores
of the ucalp aro clogged, or If the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho email
eeela which fd thu roots vitu moisture and
Impart life to the fiurrB, the result la scurf,
dandruff, thedilliis of tho ha.lr, Kr.iynesu, dryness
aud harshmss of tho liniments, and entire bald- P
ness, nu me cao may iki. utiuiiilate tlio skin to)
healthful attlon with Iturry'M 'A'rlcophor-n
oua, and the torpid eicli), rtcomlnc their
activity, will unnihilate the dlsraee. In all
affections of tho tWn Ld of the substrata ot
muscles and Integuments the piocc&s and the
eflVU ure the uaiue. It Is upon tho skin, the
muscular fibre, anil tbo i;hiulg that Barrj'u
'I'rlcopIieroUH h i- lit f.p,- lilc action, and I
In nil allettlont anil InliitUi of tbtoe ornans it
la a Eovertlsn it inc dj ,
lleuur of Oounterl'eltK.
I'rom tlm GrtHtChl Unp Trirua Donna,
Madame AiMiua I'mU-Nirohni,
Mom t. inro, July aoib, 1883.
Messim. Biltci at Jt Co., Ken York.
JjQrSr:l tulu U.iiuro In (inuouncinu to
you that mum ' Florida WatkuI one of the
lew articles alMayH to bo found on in) UreulnR
case. In my conception il I onu ol the best of
toilet watert, nml for the tilth It Ih not only de
licious, but refreshing and luvlKorMIni;. I
rw.MUuauul it wlLuoui icier u'.
CuR&Ui. OiLti- Uc6;
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Ofil Dlstilhntliig Agenm. flm
For San Francisco,
The. Al llnrKrnttiin
Will Mill (up Ban ri.uii'lM'n on opaliout
VfTViir uiMiiju, IiunIiik iiiiiiop
iiahln iii't-'iiiniiindiitliiiii, apply to
'"'r-''"1 . "'' WWWHiawmilu M. y-ltWl
ISSl'EI) BY THE -
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v n- -n7v i ..-,
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fiS &$ " Pa
f - RAnnr.vi?v
V t V B- -T' ""N. -v -. .
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. . t!!g'gg,wMwnnBMaMa' i.imi inn U
lAHSTI s LEBIOWADE,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
mtll JI'I'II I III II WM ! II llll i. ii -
Without a Kival in Price & Quality !
Onc-tliird the Prioo of the Royal !
Every Kousokeoper Should Use It !
2r A BMvini.r3 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Best. $
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
, HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
. .... ' ExcltiBivo Agents for tlio IT.iwaiian Ifcl.indp.
Leading : MiSiJnery : House
g3fe. Pedigrees of
Tlio following Flno AnlinalM will
-diiud for eotvlco at tins ranch, Walalao:
ThnroiiKlibri'd Stall lop
Two Nntivo HtullloiiH
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
l''l'illlHm I l I r.
- 'I'liU Mil 41 -
!ilyw. .wiwtu ujpniMi iwmimnin iu ,,j
General Attent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS
RIIimER Coats . on ci.'-, '''
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BIHCK, ETC
Cliiiif Cutters & Cane Knives.
Crockery k Glassware
& IRON WATIR,
Mineral film Etc.
ASI Horses iCept
Stallions ol various bieedn.
Mures with or without foal.
Horics for any pnriiopo.
A HKIlflll Hl.illl.Kl- nml tVil.... I, .....
oyod on Uio riim-)i. --' '
car tiiiilRffifilnii U Kiiaiiiiiieed In
I itH 1.' I tt I 11 till i.l.,l... I
..-..iiif, him. h inning iiiiuc-i,
PAUt R. ISEMBfgRC.
Chi in Nun,. ,PMKlhH,