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IXAJtliT BULLETIN s HONOLULU, H. I., SEPTEMBER 22. llo.
nHVWw. MtH MJIl'WH
Foreign Giltae Notice.
Gtiiuese Restriction Acts,
Foreign OrnrK, j
Honolulu, Sept. i!2 1SK0.
I'rinted form of Application foi
He-entry Penult for Chinese leaving
the Kingdom, and Certificate of
Guarantor, can now lo obtained nl
the Foreign Oflice. 004 3t-16 It
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
TKiiioei-M of the IHxti-ii't .if Komi.
The books of the Tax Actu for
the District of Kona, lland of Oahu,
will be open foi inspection b per
sons liable to taxation, from Septem
be? 20th to October 1, 181M), Sundays
excepted, in the Kapnaiwn. Building,
lictween the bonis of '.) o'clock in the
forenoon and 1 o'clock in the. after
noon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tu-Aressor DKtiiet of
Kona, Inland of Oubii
C. A. Bkow.v,
Asswtor and Colleotoi of Tuxe First
Division. C03 td
OrKIOF. OK THE ilOAKI) OK llKAl.TH,)
Honolulu, Sept. 18, 18l0. J
Sealed tenders will be received at
the oflice of the Board of Health
until Saturday, 27th day of Septem
ber, at 12 o'clock noon, for the sup
plying of drugb and medical supplies,
to till Government District Physi
cians, Hospitals, and Dispensaries,
under the care and control of the
Board, for the term of one yeai from
October 1. 1890.
Lists of drugs, etc., can be had at
the Oflice of the Board.
OF.O. C. POTTKTl,
CC1 8t Secretary .
Honolulu, H. L, Aug 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rate?, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 1 to C o'clock
Char. B. WILSON.
Supt. Hono. Water Woiks,
G. X. SrnNOF.n,
Minister of the Inleiioi.
'r it re
PledU to neither Sett nor Purty,
Bu-t established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, SEPT. 22, 1890.
This morning Noble Baldwin pte
,ented a minority report from the
Committee on Postal Matters, set
ting forth thai the Post Master Gen
eral bad been too severely censured,
and that 30tne of the conclusions of
the majotity leport are unjust. The
minority is also of the opinion some
of the suggestions of the majority of
the Committee are impracticable
In other words the minoitty re
' port is an attempt, on a small scale,
to repeat the late Thurston llasco in
regard to the report of theF mance
Committee. By common ronscnt
Noble Baldwin seems to be the
chosen champion of all the doubtful
or the desperate political causes of
The spoils party ot 1887, since
its late exhibition of "brave words
backed up by weak
actions," given in failing to meet
the report of tbo Finance Committee,
is now turning its attention to abuse
of the Ministry for fear they are
contemplating the removal of some
of the revolutionary spoilsmen now
Tbe Ministry are informed I heir
ipflleinl acts are being watched "with
anxiety" by the spoilsmen of '87
and that It is the intention to
judge the "whole Administration"
by any removals the Minister of
Interior may make, no matter though
he be thoroughly Ju&llflcd In his
The theory of triU position hpuiiw
to be that the spoilsmen of '87
tin political models of purfrut
pioporlloiiM, unil urn not to lin hviiii
erltlulmul, iniioli low rwiinvoil kvmi
tiiougli riii(inwil lii;)iiiHiti!ii!',v nrnl
(Ullluilt !iliiullJlHIU(0!l litll(H'tl
uplmt (tiL'ii) "lliioul iuuiiifeifiil rt"
J'JUjb juililltf ttUJ imOiOi Uu "W
great interoflt, since It l likely
to fully Illustrate one o( the qhlef
nionkcy-charnctcrlsUci alleged by
extreme evolutionists to be dormant
in tbat political animal called man,
viz.: to grab all he can and to bold
first indefinitely to all be gmto.
One of tbe worst featuies about
Hawaiian polities is tbat eertaiu of
our citiens allon theuiselsc tn be
carried away from the narrow path
of truth ami justice l their preju
dice. Were tbe efiecU of ueb
idios net aides confined here it would
uot be mi Ivid ; but thW i not the
On the othei baud highly colored
and een deliberately tint lutlif ill
statements aie i created! v sent
abroad to foreign newspapers or to
"frietuK" for publication, which do
Hawaii no little amount of injury,
cotuincicial and otherwise, by mis
representing our political condition5;
and financial enterprises. The os
tensible puipose of sending uch re
poits abroad is for the exhaustion
of personal spite or party hatred.
The authors of the reports mention
ed below are well known to many
residing here. The usual results of
these personal indiscretions are in
jury to our good name and reputa
tion abroad, and tbe doubtful pleas
ure supposed to accrue to such evil
ly disposed persons upon seeing
their lies in print.
We bold ourselves within the
facts. Only a few days ago the
city of San Francisco was thrown
into excitement over an alleged rev
olution in Hawaii, which originated
either in tbe groundless fear or evil
imagination of this class of people,
or from otllcial sources colored, if
not controlled, by tbe same unrelia
ble gossip and influence.
But further than this, the facts
show some are so inconsiderate as
to unscrupulously drag in and in
jure prominent men, who come
among us from time to time, by
using their names without authority
or truth, for the purpose of dissem
inating invidious statements direct
ed at the character of public men or
public acts in Hawaii.
The statements sent from Hono
lulu and returned as "news" by tbe
San Francisco papers of last mail,
charging that Mr. A. Iloffnung, Ha
waiian charge d'affaires at London,
who left here by the Australia for
England, was the "confidential finan
cial adviser" of tbe King; that he
was "weighted down with a secret
mihsion :" that the King had sent
him "to Europe to try to negotiate
a loan of $15,000,000; that the
scheme bad been concocted during a
yachting tiip, etc., etc., are but a
sample illustration of thf- oft-repeated
The facts are, such men as Noble
Widcmann, Hon. S. M. Damon and
other friends of Mr. Iloffnung were
informed by letter some four months
ago that the latter gentleman would
arrive bore on that steamer. And
it was not and is not now a secret
tbat Mr. Iloffnung was to return to
England by way of Honolulu on or
about the time he did, after a pro
tracted visit to Australia necessita
ted by important business affairs of
a private and intricate nature.
The yachting tiip, during which
Sir. Iloffnung s alleged mission was
concocted, was a semi-official visit to
Molokai made, we are informed, at the
invitation of Hon. S. M. Damon, to
provide Mr. Iloffnung with personal
information, as to tbe condition and
treatment of the lepers, which would
enable bim to officially contradict
abroad just such injurious reports,
perhaps coming from the same or
similar sources, already sent abroad
concerning the Leper Settlement.
While it is needless to deny such
reports here, it is of great import
ance they be corrected abroad as
soon as possible. It would be
well for those sending such evil and
wholly untruthful gossip away,
through letters or otherwise, to re
member that "a lie has no legs and
cannot stand," but it has wings and
is able to fly with Its poisoned report
to the ends of the earth, even
through it bo Invariably killed, as
hoou as it alights, by the common
sense and common consent of honest
i ...... . ' .' . '
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Hep, Miirriiu-i wiik in lib, placo
llii niornliiK uftcr u "P'dl of lllnonh,
r.vury cffotl to rush llin Mtwdnu
rnsulu only In illhllnot oi.n of
time. Nuit hummiia uloiiu twuilil
hu it pruiitTcol niuntilou, hut iii(litoii
Ion uf tin)' MMoih iuiiiIiI xvpiiillidi)
biHulilMf riillmr lliwn tiiuinm.,
H twin r.Hlmi rluli lo licar m,
KhmjiIiI lirluji NoW W. V. lofiicr
lj nULi Ujo .titac M li cub'
mJi (fl.wniiiJIilflii at UjiiiiiP m
j) Jill jWf
It ii pit! ProgrenK of the Kntcrprlte
Tho Irrigation Worun.
Such solid sugar men as lion. II.
P. Baldwin, Mr. 1 U. Jones, and
Hon. Jos. Maradcn joined the peo
ple's excursion by rail to the Kw a I
ulantation Saturday afternoon. His1
Excellency uoitircy mown, iutnister
of Finance, Hon. Cecil Brown, Itev
Sereno E. Bi-diop, Prof. M. M.
jcott, and a representative of the
Blunts were also in the company.
The only development of interest on
the way down was the fact that Mr.
Jones is too broad to walk squarely
down the aisle of the first-class
coach, and ha to amble along side
ways in his incoming or outgoing.
An i veil at the plantation the
pumping apparatus was found at
work raising water from tbe six ar
tesian wells about forty feet over
the bluffs. The Blake steam pump
has a guaranteed capacity of raising
ten million gallons fifty feet in
twenty-four hours. There are three
cross pipes with elbows, each draw
ing from a well at rltliei end, dis
charging into tbe pipe from which
the engine pumps. The sheet iron
pipe at the lop of tbe bank, supply
ing the inigating trenches and res
ervoir, is not strong enough ,for the
strain on it. At every pulsation of
the engine il heaves up bodily, whilo
the water spurts through the joints in
seores of places. A steady torrent
of water pours from the orifice.
Tho excursion tiain was shunted
on the branch track to tho mill site
in the middle of the eancfields,
There McCandlcss Bum. are putting
down a well to supply the mill. It
has reached a depth of 470 feet, anil
water is visible within four feet of
the top of the pipe. Hundreds of
laborets planting cane were visible
from the spot. Mr. f.owrey, the
manager's, house, a two story struct
ure, with a patent windmill operat
ing a well alongside, is a prominent
and graceful object on the upper
level. On the return trip a pause
was made to enable the parly to in
spect the seed eane plantation. It
occupies something like a square
mile, and is a most luxuriant pros
pect. Cane planted the latter part
of last Apnl is ten feet high, so
close that a cat would be invisible
at three yards from the verge, and
the leaves are of the richest green to
There has been an expenditure of
about a quarter million of dollars on
the Ewa plantation thus far, and
every prospect denotes tbnt it will
be one of the most prosperous es
tates of the kingdom.
Oabn Lodge No. 1, K, of P.,
ALL members of this Lodge are re
quested to be piesent at their
Convention WEDNESDAY EVENING,
Sept. 24th. at 7:30 o'clock. Business of
Importance. .J. C. WHITE,
ijtWjH K. of It. & S.
pilE undersigned have this day
Jl fonnrd a 'copartueiehip for the
purpose of dealing in hay. gram, etc.,
under the name of the California Feed
Co. T. J. KINO,
Honolulu, Sept. 17. 1800. CM tf
Meolini? of Stockholders.
NOTICE Is hereby gl en that a spe
cial meeting ot tlie jtoeVholdcrs
of ttie Oahu Railway & Laud Co. will
he held at the olllce'of the Company on
WEDNESDAY, October 8, 1890, at 3
o'clock p. m for the purpose of autho
rizing the iwie of Bonds on the Ter
minal, Waiunac and Jiooluu Divisions.
By order of the Picddent.
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Furnished Rooms, to
bedrooms and parlor, on
Punchbowl street uear Palace Walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
fifil tf If. F. 1IEI5BARD.
A HOUSE on Young street
near Thomas Square,
with the roonirt and bath:
alHo stable accoinmodiillons for live
horses. Apply at
0C0 tf Eoitctieel.
rpWO Unfiuiildied Jtooms
x. w itli u.uiirooiii. on Kliiu
hlieet. Apply ut tblh olllie.
NIOEI.Y Fui nibbed
Fiont Itonm, In a pri
vate family. Apply Mr.
Stevenson, lRlf Fort ireet, above Kukul
itrect. CMi tf
COTTAGE aud Pi emUes
in Manna, coutiiliiliiu
:H, acres with S00 hunanu
trees and otlier fruit trees. Apply to
At KuluiKnllanl, Wulkllil,iir Wiulilnj,'.
inn PI iu e, llitictunlu si, ens lm
I mill mid after IhU idlle
w not be icpim-llili) (or an
ftii;ll ulliir hilllie liai been
luihlmli 1'Hlibw ! "loin
fiullll U WlbsljU) 11)1141 11'' ul
Urn JilwJIUK 10 nwh llmJi
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Houselioia Fumimre f
,n.,r.,T2'Zr"t3 . i
On TULSDAY, Spt. IMril,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31 .
A't the Dickson lleldencc, Bcretanla
street, 1 will sell at Public Auction
The Entire Househ'lri Furniture,
Center & Sofa Hug,
Oli.mdelleis Hanging Lamp.
1 H. W. Uliigeic, Large (Jilt Mb i.ii.
Mtecl Kngiw big?.
i B. W. Caved BOOKCASE,
2 II. W. nookcasc;,
Vols, of American Encyclopedia,
llktoili's of United Mates.
hot of Miscellaneous Books.
lair M Sofas & Mb,
U. V. BedioomSot,
U. W. Waidrnbe.
i CARVED B. W. SIDEBOARD,
Extension Dining Table,
IJ. W, Dining Chairs,
1 While China Dinner Met.
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 Wcstwoed Stoe & Uteufll-,
Meat Safe, lee Chest,
Sets Single Harness,
Etc., Ktc, Etc., Etc.
ESrTiemi'-es will bu open for Inspec
tion on Monday, Sept. '-'Unil, from l
A. M. to 3 1'. 51.
JAS. F. MOltGAK,
AUCTION SALE OF
LEASE aud DWELLINGS !
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21
AT lit O'CLOCK. XOOV
At my Salesroom, Queen f-treet, I will
sell at Public Auction
Situated ou the slope of Punchbowl,
directly opposite School stiect, and at
preent occupied by Mr. F. Ituppicelit
as a jesideiiec, together with the
Commodious Dwelling House & Out
houses on the property.
8-TliIs a desirable chance to pro
cure a good healthv icidenee.
Per "Paul iRenbug.'
SPARKLING RHINE WINE,
Of tbe eelebiatid brand "Malhaciis
Ot Mail! ul ,V !tosi O olden Modal.
Saint Raphael Wine,
A Miperlor tonic.
j Genuine Pilsen Itobemi.in Beer,
iionuinc uaravlan Beer bp.iteu Jlnw.
Also, the best brands of
Braufly & Irisl k Scold
ion bAi.i; at
MILCH COWS !
JUHTiecehed from San
Francisco 4 very flm
Milch Cowa, two of which
have hist calved: will give
from 15 to 20 quaits of milk dull v. Ap
ly to THK UNION PEKD CO.
for b.igRiij! wa
t;on. Iblaud .stock pi e
Lam Kau Restaurant,
HOTKL stieet, opposite Hnrn'b ba
kery, will open SATURDAY, tho
SOIh lnit , and beliif; under little ex
pense will be able to set a better table
than nay other ictuuiaut in town.
000 1 J'lopilnlor.
AT ii bargain, a Horse, Top llraKe.
lI'.iiniKh, complete and In p""1
ruder, with two iu?h, whip and laiiipR.
Tim lloioe will dilvu In blul" ordnubln
Imrneii mid Is aUo hnd,eu to Hiiildle,
Apply illiUnlllui, NS tf
()Htili:ll Not Id' I
naiTOlhMMPl)l(Hitui uril lomilui'
ibu iiiiililiHikii wliuin i he biiibt tun
Mil, imt li um Hid !'(id.H, ind to pull
ri fvuilMtr, HuiiijJ'blMbi.Huiiii iioif.
oilniib iiiiUnl nu ibu lUlli liiiUiii.
rwiulifl H4I mult mu il uol IwilUluili&l'
'lm wiiill bn jtMnij ironi ilif tsumm
uufii) vuiiDrt u unvovi u uiii
tf a trea
BVSP il 3i
KJCtSAUair A. .HcCKlRUtV. lriiUil.
lay For full pnttioutars upply to
24. A. JK or Jfcfi,
Dec-2t-80 General Accnl for the Hawaiian Islands.
riTEO. 1-1. DA VIES & CO.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES.
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CUAINix
CHARCOAL TIN PLATF.S,
Korosune Oil " ALOI1A."
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dlsoled Penulan Guano, Ohlendorf's Special Cane Manure.
LON DON PU RPLE:-Kffeetiul destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Woims, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-UetioysHll Noxious Weeds &Swubs.
BAGS:-Susar,Klee, P.iddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kmhmeiug the latest improvements iu mateilal aud textiue.
Galvanized Watw Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
hhoitly expected a . T TVTT T A "M (rfrCl Eutiiclv new
Hue litif of
M-rfDWVUW.1ttlXH ifc HitA
Sole Proprietors of
& M b r B
B Sii C 1 i
, M Me, BruBlin, RasuBerryaae, Sarsaiiarilla, Mineral Watn, Etc.
effl- All communications
Infalltblo for renewing, Invigorating unil
bcauUfylng the balr, removing ecurf, Uandtull,
and all aflcctlons of the cicalp, and caring erap-
Uons of tho skin, diseases of tho elands, mucclcs
and Integument:, ami relieving stings, cnts,
brnlscs, sprains, tic. Tlio afllnity between the!
memumnes which constitute tho skin and thci
Bbulr which draws Ita sustt nance from this trlploj
enveloie Is very close, All diseases of the hair
originate In the skin of the head. If tho pores
of the scalp arc clogged, orlf tho blood and other
fluids do uot circulate freely through tho small
vcsseU which feed tho roots with molsturoand
Impart life to tho Anns, tbo rosult Is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, grayncss, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, nud entire bald'
ncss as the case may ho. Stimulate the skin to
healthful action with Harry's Trlcophor'
oui, and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In all
affections of tho skin and of the uubstnta of
muscles and Integuments the process and the
effect aro the same. It la upon the skin, the
muscular fibre, and tho glands that Barry'
Trlcopherous has Its specific action, and
In all affections aud injuries of these organs It
U a sovereign remedy.
Bowaro of Cnntcrfutt.
JFrom tho ftrcatmt Living Prima Donna,
AUUiaiuo nuuiiiu i .uuicuiim.
Montevideo, July 80th. 1683,
Mkisbs. Hakciay & Co., New York.
ou tbat lUmtT's Flouhjx WATtnla one of tbo
ittar airs: i uu nicusuro in annoancinir u
ft iv articles ahvo) s to bo fouud on my dressing
capo. In my conception it It one of tho best of
toilet waters, and for tho bnth it Is not only dc
iirtnna. bat refreahlnc and luvli-oratlno'. I
recouuaeud It without rcscn c.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
fif.l Oi3tiibulln AgentH. r'n
For San Francisco,
The Al Ilui'iteiillne
Will mill for Hun I'iiiiu'Isiti on or about
tr Tor insfcHiio, ImvIiik iiihi(ji
imbln auiMiiiiniuihiiluiik, iiiilj Iu
iwi at AeiU".
(Barry's TricopberousS I "CLIMAX" BAKINB POWDER
ISSUED BY THE
n w va? yji' 11 'A A ID4U
Offi' ZVJSW YOU EC -SECURITY:
JL JLS i J.JLJ.1 VJI V VJ JlJKJ
V T-fflXgrfrAfctfV XaWOfl.
' ' miJ , CJTZZ. ajwnyii -
and orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Without a Rival
One-third the Price of the
jf" A Sm in of Xi Per Cont in
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVJS & CO.,
5r'1 filn - - KxpIiimvo Agents for the Hawaiian Islandp,
WAI1LAE BREEDING RAICH
iM Pedigrees of
The following Fine Atilninls will
stiinil for mm vleo ut the r.uieh, Wulaluu:
Two Xutlvn HtullloiiR
"PIL.IAOAO" & "FRANK."
I'1!!!' iVIUlilMK HlllH
run MbB it
liumi An I
fk SADDLERY & HARNESS.
ft LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
I'iSi RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
t& LEATHER UEL1ING,
FLAOS. FLOWER POTS,
SI LVERWARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Chixil' CutiovH & Tane Knives.
Crockery & Glassware,
to this tiade.
& IRON WATER,
in Price & Qualify !
Housekeeper Should Use It t
Cost and Quality the Very Beat.
sllitiery s House
Ail Korses Kept
StullloiiB of various bleeds.
Wares with or without foal.
Howes for any purpofo.
A Skilful Itpvdccr and Trainer Ik out
ployed ou Ibu iiiuch,
USr FiiillBfatiiloii In gimiauteeil In
bieuMUK nml iritlnlng Iiiih.uh,
PAUL. R. IJ5KI
(MI III MlHiM liI'MltMlM,
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