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Bale of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY. On. -."J, JSOO.
at 12 o'clock1 noon, at the front en
trunce of Aliiolaui liale, will be sold
at public auction 208 acres a little
more or less of grazing land at Ka
mehanieiLi atut I'ulohuilcl, bTula,
Upset price .-100.
C. N. SPENCEH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 22, 1890
Sale of Lease of Government
Land in Kau, Hawaii
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22, 1800,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Halo will be sold
at public auction the lease of the
Government lands of Kawal.i, Ac
maloo, Poupouwela, Kammmano, Pa
paikou 1, 2 and 3, in the District of
Knu, Island of Hawaii, containing
an area of 2700 acres.
Term : Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $000 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Also at the same time and place
the lease of all that tract or parcel of
land known as llionaa, District of
Kauj Island of Hawaii, and contain,
iug an area of -1000 acres.
Term : 15 yeaiB.
Upset price $150 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Possession of this "land will br
given January 10, 1891.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 22, 1890.
Foreign (XQlce Notice.
Chinese Restriction Acts,
Foreign Office, i
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 1890.
Printed forms of Applications for
Re-entry Permits for Chinese leaving
the Kingdom, and Certificate of
Guarantor, can now be obtained at
the Foreign Office. 6C-13t-1591t
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
TAYpnjei'K of the ItiHtrlct of K.tuti,
The books of the Tax Assessor for
the District of Kona, Island of Oahu,
will be open for inspection by per
sons liable to taxation, from Septem
ber 20tb to October 1, 1890, Sundays
excepted, in the Kapuaiwa Building,
between the hours of 9 o'clock in the
forenoon and -I o'clock in the after
noon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Assessor District of
Kona, Island of Oahu.
C. A. Brown,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes First
Division. 003 td
By virtue of the authority in me
vested by the Constitution and the
Statutes of thin Kingdom and deem
ing inessential to the promotion of
justice, '1 do hereby order that the
Ttegular Term of the Third Judicial
Circuit to bo held at Waiohinu, Kau,
Hawaii, on the first Thursday of
September, 1890, and by me post
poned until Monday, the 15th Sep
tember, be and the same is hereby
further postponed until MONDAY,
the 17th day of November, 1890, at 9
o'clock A. M.
Witness my hand nnd
the Real of the Supreme
Court at Honolulu, this
1st dnv of Septum her,
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supremo Court.
Hknry .Smith, Cleik.
Office of tub Boakd of Health ,(
Honolulu, Sept. 18, 1890. J
Sealed tenders will be received at
the office of the Board of Health
until Saturday, 27th day of Septem
ber, at 12 o'clock uoQii, for the sup
plying of drugs and medical supplies,
to all Government District Phybb
citiiis, Hospitals, ami Dispensaries,
under tho care and control of thu
Uoaid, for tho term of onn year from
Ootobor 1, 1800,
Lists of druus, rite, can U- Iiml at
the Office of tho Jloiml,
li:o. ', J'OTTlill,
JliysowMMJ. J-. Awg.MWH
UMm Qi tt'tmr rrlviliHW w
m mraiiR wnjiu umbuvwm
m mm m uung
ift i jujiniiri
water lor Irrigating purposes aro from
( to 8 o'clock a. m., and -1 to C o'clock
Ciiak. 13. WILSON,
Hunt. Ilono. Water Works,
C. X. Spknckii,
Minister of tho Into: tor.
r l li:
i'ittUJ lo nnthtr AVW not i'.tr.y,
Hut tatoithled for tlir hrnefit of till.
TUESDAY, SKIT. 23, 181)0.
The political leaders Hceui at pre
sent to be engaged in the self-imposed
task of "going 9lov" and
warily watching for opportunities
which seem to be dodging them
among the phantastic shadows cast
by threatening events and the de
mands of constituents.
The more important of the late
Committee investigations prove that
while officials of the late Govern
ment havo pretended to favor civil
service reform they have become
vehemently adverse thereto in every
case where the necessity for practi
cal reform has been found within
their olllcial acts and record.
It is suggested that perhaps the
reason the New York audit law was
declared in the House lately to be
unfitted for use here is because it
would compel responsible officials to
perform the unpalatable, if not un
profitable, duty of verifying by dan
gerous affidavits too many signa
tures in the pay roll3 represented by
It is said genial Jos. Marsden has
lost twenty pounds of flesh and a
pocket knife since the session com
menced. And yet he is in favor of
holding night sessions, if the House
will suspend just one of its little
rules so he can smoke. There is
now no doubt about Mr. Marsden
being a fully developed patriot and
even a hero !
As a sample of "how it was done"
it needs only to poiut out an instance
of four vouchors aggregating nearly
80,000, drawn against the Volcano
road appropriation and made out in
violation of the law, in which the
amounts alleged to have been paid
each individual were cither signed
by "his mark" or by proxy.
A protest of personal honesty is
hardly sufficient to cover official ir
regularities of this flagrant nature,
and no amount of time or newspaper
correspondence is sufficient to mis
lead the public into the belief that
no extravagance followed methods
scarcely outdone, except perhaps in
dimensions, by those of the Tweed
ring of New York.
Alra09t any set of men picked
from tho streets would be able to
run the Hawaiian Government, if
the law allowed them to remodel and
pad nut the Appropriation Bill and
permitted them to ignore verified or
detailed accounts and to bring in
the gross amounts spent, so as to
balance with the cash remaining in
the Treasury; or allowed them to
provide for deficiencies by drawing
against, or obtaining credit on, fu
Such a business system might pro
perly be called "the royal road to
national bankruptcy," where it
would certainly end, those practis
ing it and protesting to the contrary
To observant men the result of
yesterday's preliminary trial in the
Macfarlauc-Castle libel case is like
ly to be viewed as a vindication of
the liberty of the prcHs in certain
quarters rather than in the general
AVc publish the evidence taken in
this extraordinary trial elsewhere
that all men may solve the puzzlo,
if possible, by tracing the line of
conclusion from the evidence to the
judge's remarkable decision.
Those who remember that tho
precedent here was lately establish
cd to commit for trial to the Supreme
Court, bo long as u possible doubt
stood ngalust the defendant in crim
inal libel suits, will more than likely
find tl Impossible lo reconcile the
direct evidence In thin custi with
precedent mid tint blind ludy, who,
by ii Irf-iil llotlon, h Hiipponuil to bn
cngagm) l VYolglilnK tho worlil,
Hnl IIiIh by tliu wny, M nr
ttw (lit) liberty of llu mm In
lluwull In uomiuniixl It, Ik h jpiy
we Hit') wmui gam )foviiignu,il
Uilljjf! tllHt (1)0 lUlffHOu Uj JuUIUUHpU
bay? tfiwu uouuij Ujdu) Hi ii
yuuil i"U1a) hy jury"
DAILY BULLETIN :
1 am not altogether a stranger to
these Islands, nnd from being a dis
interested Bpcetator of the political
ynine that is being carried on 1 havo
become Interested In it. As to
whether Reform is right and Na
tional Uoform wrong or vicu versa,
1 do not presume to offer an opin
ion. But certain things have ap-
'peared in the Advertiser lately
I which I think justify ine In entering
I the arena.
! Speaking of the appointment of
Xr. Oliver as Superintendent ot the
Lunatic Asylum in the place of Dr.
Tucker the editor of lhat paper
takes it for granted that Dr. Tucker
is a tit and proper person for the po
sition, and that Dr. Oliver is not.
Let lis see: Dr. Tucker is, as is
well known, a homeopath. I speak
with knowledge when I say that
never in the United States, in Eng
land, France, or Germany, or in
their respective armies or navies,
has a homeopath obtained recogni
tion as a public medical officer. In
private life homeopaths are certainly
admitted by the laity and arc nt lib
erty to practise, but to this day no
homeopath in the United States can
hold u public medical office. Should
the Hawaiian Government be the
only one in the world to disregard
Under President Lincoln, when
army surgeons became scarce dur
ing the war, homeopathists, through
their friends in the Senate and Con
gress tried to force the President to
admit them into the service. Lin
coln's historical answer is as well
known as the one about General
Grant's whiskey, but is rather too
broad to be repeated here, although
it conveys the opinion of n great
statesman on the question. In Lon
don, Paris, New York, Berlin, and
in all the large centers of popula
tion, no regular physician is allowed
to consult with homeopaths. Should
he do so, he is censured by the col
lege to which he bclonus. As to
the merits of Dr. Oliver, I only ob
tain them at second hand, but I have
always understood that he studied
under his father whose specialty
was lunacy. Dr. Oliver, Senr., was
one of the sis commissioners of lun
acy in England, when the Earl of
Shaftesbury was Cliairman of the
Commission, and he died in harness.
So we may presume that Dr. Oliver
of Honolulu is not altogether igno
rant of this branch of his profession.
In conclusion, I would remark
that the improvement in the general
condition of the asylum referred to
in this morning's Advertiser iB not
to be wondered at. The hands of
the former Superintendents were
tied, that is to say, they had no
money to work on, whereas Dr.
Tucker has had the handling of a
handsome appropriation. By the
way why was Dr. Webb discharg
ed? I havo heard that it was to
make way for Dr. Tucker who was a
strong Iteform partisan.
In justice to Assist. Superintend
ent Auld, he should receive a share
of the credit for the general Im
provement. And finally 1 may state that what
is usually called the humane plan of
treating lunatics has been in prac
tice in England and most other
countries for the last fifty years.
" P. H. Brooks Division."
SPECIAL ORDER No. 1.
EVERY member of "P. II. Brooks
Division." Uniform Rank Knights
of Pythias, is hereby ordered to appear
lu full dress uniform at McTnerny's
Hall THIS .llucpduy) EVENING, at
7 :H0 o'clocK.'Per order.
'i.e. J. MCCARTHY.
Sir Knlglit 'Captain Commuiidlti.
' CG0 It
Oabu LodgeNo. 1, K. of P.,
ALL members, of this Lodge are re
quested to be present at their
Sept. 'Jltli. tit'7 :30 o'clock. ItiiRlness of
importance J. C. WHITE,
(iC4 3t K. of It. & S.
Meeting: of Stockholders.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a spe
cial meeting of the stockholders
of the Oahii, Rail way & Land Co. will
be held at the olllce of the Company on
WEDNESDAY, October 8, 1800, at 3
o'clock i. m for the purpose of autho
rizing the Ifsuo of Itouils on the Ter
minal, Walnnuo and Koolau Divisions.
My order of the President.
t W. G. ASHLEY,
fiOl td Secretary.
ArfLUll COWS I
JUST received from San
Erantisco -1 very lino
Milch Cows, two of which
have lust calved; will irlve
from 1A toO (martfl of milk dally. A li
ly to THE UNION FEED CO.
for baggaija wa
iron. Ibliind utock lire.
r--S- lurrtMl, 050 aw
Liu it Kuu KnHtuuraiit,
HO'l'lvl. rtiii'i't, oppoidln lltim's Im
Will hint , mid bi'lug iiudr lilllu ck
ptiiiHu will lw able lo u IkiIIhi' lubli)
iliuil tiny nllitr rcMniiinnt In town,
In', lull IHukii,
BU' JU. Muu-'
) tujil iMijy.
A q imumu i ii
71 lluriii, lUillIbi i
OiiUt, will, tun njw.Mljn
iidTiirif. fin r tUA mm
TPpTTw w aiPI
HONOLULU, H. 1., SEPTEMBER CO 18H0.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Oil WEDNESDAY, Soot. SM.
AT IS O'1'l.OUK xnov.
At rav Salesroom. Queen street. I will
sell at Public Auction
Situated on the slope of Punchbowl,
directly opposite Scliool street, nnd :ii
present occupied by Mr. P. Kiijiprei'hl
u a residence, together with tin
Commodious Dwolliug House & On'
bouses on the property.
USfTliis a desirable chance to pio
cure a good healthy residence.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
Per "Paul Ipenberg.'
SPARKLING RHINE WINE
Of Martini & Hossl Golden Medal.
Saint Raphael Wine,
A superior tonic.
Gonulne Pilson Bohemian Beer,
Genuine Baravian Beer Spatcn lin'w.
Also, the best brands of
Brandy & Irisl k Scotcl
lOi: SALE AT
P. A. Sohaefer & Oo.'s.
Just Received !
Kx "Adouls" & "Isenberg"
Gs. Hennessey Braift,
Oases Palm Tree Gin,
Cases White Bottle Key Gin,
Cases Extra Fine Sherry,
Cases Dry & Sweet Champngue,
Cs. Italian Vermouth,
Curocoa, Absluthe, Etc;., Ktc.
Prize Medal Paris Exposition.
8- The Beht Beer,: In the market
boats St. Louis and '.Milwaukee all to
BUFFALO BEER !
8 Brewed and Bottled in Sacra
mento, liner and cheaper than Fredrlck
burg and Wlclaml California Beer.
l'OU sale ijv
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
&U Fkank Buown, Manager, lm
15 Nimanu St., Honolulu, H. I,
Bole Agoats In tho Hawaiian Itlanda for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Lachman & Jacotii's
Colcbratcd California Winet.
Alto, always In Block, a fall line cf the cbolcest
We have for
Sarsaparllla & Iron Water,
Manufactured by Schmidt ,t Co.,
rUooktnii, Cuhi, It U the mimt
wlioh'Homc ami dnllclmu toulo tuid
boveingd ot the age,
Q- Ordi'is from Hid other Mauds
promptly mliimlt'd to and good emu.
jillly jmolit'd lor hhlpiiiunt. JHiEii1
Owtl'ltill Not KM) I
VJBJTOIIHmpjuiirmiiml imi innninr
lim iiiimli, wlimo, ilm lunJii ui;u
kniii, urn in mm Hie uuU, nut
lifh' fllHrii PiiiiiM lit nl ore,
Mill'?, MUl UJIIUII
I Ilk Kill iltl llir.
mm mmn b
he UlllB'i Biilvw oil tln .101 li IBiUm,
I'U num. uiu ymmiu
i . i. .T . rrrr.zrr
tf. 1 M 7?S?4 , at .
tf r Bm
iffi" For full particulars apply to
BtfifcP J i
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CAHPKT & HUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM. & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kiu'osuno Oil'4 ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuff
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlcuilorf's Dissolved Peruvian Gunno, Ohlendort's Special Cmic Manure.
LON DON PU RPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, F.te.
SCRUB EXTERMINATORl-Destroys all Noxious Weed & Scrub.
BAGS: Sujjar. lllce, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest Improvements in uwteiial ami texture.
U-urvuiuzcU V titer .rino,
Shortly expected a
line line of
Solo Proprietors of
" wmmmaaMMmBMaawmMH!UMi&iuMXMKmnwauMamaBuuxnm Mlllllllll lull mill
Giiipr ill, Hon Ale, GraiiiiiG, larmiii, Sarsaparilla, iinril ffatcs, Elc.
t&- All conununiciitioiis and orders should be addressed to
Infalllblo for renewing. Invigorating and
beautifying the hair, removing scurf, dandruff,
and all affections of tho ecalp, and curing erup
tions of tho skin, diseases of the glands, runsclca
and Integuments, and relieving eUngs, cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc. Tho aulnlty between the
membranes which constitute the skin and the
hulr which draws Its enttenance from this triple
envelope Is very close, All diseases of the hair
originate In tho ekln of the bead. If tho pores
of the scalp are clogged, or If tho blood and other
fluids do note! relate freely through tho small
vessels which feed tho roots with motsturo and
Impait lifo to tho Ubres, the result Is' scurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, grayness, dryness
and harshness of tho ligaments, and entire bald.
ness, as tho case may be. Htlmulate tho skin to
healthful action with Ilarr y Trlcopbor
oui, and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In oil
affections of tho fckln and of the substrata of
muscles and lutcgumento the process and the
effect are the same. It Is upon the Bkln, the
muscular fibre, and thu glands that Bnrry'n
TrlcopborouH has Us specific action, and
In all affections and injuries of these organs It'
Is a sovereign remedy.
Beware or Counterfeit.
Prom the Greatest Living Trlma Donna,
Madame Adellua l'mU-Nicollnl.
Uontkvideo, July SOth, 16S3.B
UESSIts. uaiicit a Lu., csvvr xuru.
Hear Mrs: I luke nluiisuro in announcing to
ou that lUititY's Floiiida Water is one of tho
ew articles always to no lounu on my dressing
caa. In my conception u is one or the best or
toilet waters, ana tor ino nutii u is not only uc
llclnns. but rofreshlue and lnvlroratlnf. i
rcwinmend It without reserve.
&iRet& icLMc Uc&h I
HOLLISTER & CO.,
OH Uhtrllmtlng Agents. lm
FBOM and after thl date vn will not
bo I'opoiihllile for any (ii'l'lu nflnr
samo Iiub been dnllvt'ied at nuy hintloii.
I'unli's to whom freight Is com-liied
uiihi be at thu station to receive their
OAIIC I1MMVAY LAND CO,,
W, O, Afchloy, Mipitriiiiuiideiit,
Honolulu, rli'pt, u, (film ur,i if
I ruin iiml iiflnr HiU dalu v
(rnUlii iiIimi' kuidu Ian iiwu
luuilixJi I'diilw iu b'liau)
lf4J;il) U MUiJliil UUU 111) ft
ili Uiuiilui id nwltv W
ISSUED BY TFIK
Lib L MMmlHtmL
EiKOrtARO At JlcVUnuY, Prcnlilcnt.
DRY GOODS! iWnMKn,CAN
s, Hardware, Cutlery, Smokery & Glassware
LorrngaleU iron, ITenee WIro,
BA1M2Y. JJL aw
TAH1T! : LEIOWADE,
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
in i .....I t " , rTn-Trnr m . "lctoPMJCBOCBaKMKtBWEEJCWMT,rir-i m i-,.-i
BHBBBiBma , E, a nnn n n t BBS. (a B a a m m x ..
i I iillMI URftmti I8I1WIII.I
i v&.aiya.-rB rBSSIiqjj e w Wf PL3
Willnmt a Kival
One-third tlio Price of the
Saving of XI 1'cr Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best, j&g
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Leading s IWiSlinery s House
WAIALAE BREEDII& RANCH
Tlio following Kltie Animals will
stand for service at the ranch, Walaluu:
'I CAPTAIN GROWL."
Two Native Stallions
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK,"
Mo,1 dJublng piiiitf
li y i
Attent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
3 r&BK i
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LVER WARE. STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED HIUCK, ETC,
Cutters & Cano Knives.
js, Etc., Etc!
to thia trade.
& IRON WATIE,
in Price & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Use It !
... . . . . w vw W V (
Exclusive Akcius for tho Hawaiian Islands.
All Horses Kept
Stallions of various breeds.
Alaivs with or without foal.
Horses for any piirpoi-o.
A Willful Ilrnukcr and Tialtmr U um
ployed on thu ranch,
tvir" Hiillsfuctloii Is gunriiiitcuU In
humlitiiK iiml iralnliiK lioius,
IIMI Id HMlVM lii'UKfllx
f St 1
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