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TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE,
ol I, nun,
The books of Iho Tax A'st-wor Tor
tho District of Kuna, Ulaud of Oiihu,
will bo open for inspection by per
?ons liable to taxation, from Septem
bcr 20lli to October 1, lSflO, Sundays
excepted, in the Kapuuiwa Building,
between the hours of 9 o'clock in the
forenoon and 4 o'clock in the after
noon. T. A, LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Assessor District of
Komi, Island of Onhu.
C. A. Brown,
AtPCESor and Collcctoi of Taxs Firbt
Division, CG:i td
Sale of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22, 1S90.
Hi 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiol.mi Hale, will be hold
it public Auction 2C8 ucics a little
more or less of grazing land nt Ka
mehamciki and Ftilidtuilri, Kula,
Upset piice .$-100.
C. N. SFEXCElt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 22, 1890.
Sale of Lease of Government
Laud in Sau, Hawaii.
Tho pressure upon our columns nl
ways increases during the Inttcr
part of the Legislative session, and
hence we arc obliged to ask more or
less Indulgence of both contributors
and advertisers. We now have on
hand a large number of interesting
contributions from different parts of
the Kingdom, which wo are compell
ed to hold over in ouler to inert
the increasing demands of the ad
veitisiug public. We hope, how
ever, to be toon ablo to meet the
popular demand, which prefers the
Biji.urrts a n medium of communi
cation with the world, by adding to
rjur facilities for dealing with future
emergencies. In the mean time we
wish to thank the friends and patrons
of the Bulletin for their past for
bearance and kindness, which have
greatly relieved the pre3sme upon
our space at different times quite
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22, 18C0,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
at public auction the lease of the
Government lands of Kawala, Ae
maldo, Poupouwela, Kaunaniano, Pa-
paikou 1, 2 and 3, in the District of
Kau, Island of Hawaii, containing
an area of 2700 acres.
Term : Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $600 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 Hionaa, District of
Kuu, Island of Hawaii, and contain
ing an area of 4000 acres.
Term : 15 years.
Upset price $150 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Possession of this land will be
given January 10, 1891.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior
Interior Office, Sept. 22, 1890.
Hokolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1880.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, arc hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 1 to C o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Work,
C. N. SlT.NCEK,
Minister of the Interior,
In reference to the report
Advertiser this morning, 1
sav that the new lake which their cor
respondents have named "Clement-
sou's Delight" was tlrst visiteil on
the night of the 10th instant, on
which date the new lake was form
ed, and not on the 1 1th, as stated.
I wish to also state that I was one
of a paity of two who first visited
the new How. W. G. S.
A SIHCULAR COINCIDENT.
I notice by the report of the Ju
dinry Committee on the opium scan
dal in last evening's Bulletin that
the committee recommend without
hesitation that Mr. J. H. Soper be
censured by the House for the loss
of the Knhului opium. The para
graph relative to what is known as
the F T opium is very short and
appears to have met with an acci
dent. Now to an observer it appears
like a marvelous coincident that the
F T opium, while carefully stored
in the Custom House, should meet
with the same sad fate of being
transformed into bricks of dirt and
straw, as befell the Kahului opium,
which was stored at hc police sta
tion ; and that the dirt and straw,
according to analysis, should be
identically the same.
Could not the committee with
their great detective knowledge have
traced this also to the door of Mr.
.1. H. Soper? QurrtY.
DEATH OF CHAS. N. ARNOLD.
Charles N. Arnold died suddenly
Wednesday evening, while visiting
with his wife at the house of Mr.
Malcolm Brown, Nuuanu Avenue,
Mr. Arnold complained of pain at
half-past nine, and died half nn
hour later. The cause of death was
aneurism of the heatt. The late
Mr. Arnold wen a native of Pitts
burg, Pennsylvania, and his ago
forty-lour years and eight days.
Mr. Arnold has been a resident of
these Inlands sixteen years. Four
teen year5 ago he married Cecilia,
daughter of Mary, a favorite wait
ing woman of Queen Emma, and by
her he had Rk children. Mr. Ar
nold va once manager of the Ooka
la plantation, and for some lime
head hum of the Makee Sugar Co.,
Kauai. Ilo was road-supervisor-in-chief
of Hawaii for a term of years
up to the abolition of that office
three years ago. At the same time
ho kept a hotel at Ililo. For a shoit
time he kept the Branch Hotel at
Waikiki. Mr. Arnold has been act
ing as Assistant Snpeiintendeut of
Public Works the past two months.
He was well liked as man of
The 'funeral takes place at 3:80
o'clock this afteruoon trom St. An
drew's Catheral. Rev. Alex. Mac
kintosh will conduct the services.
IMtty Cycling Eattttalnment
BILL rtOOV, HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
Saturday Evening, at 8:B0 O'clock,
fit' special request
Mr. W S. MALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Sutunilllc &
AitlMlo Cyclist. ns-ited by lue'l'ukuied
Fiench Lady Cyclist,
Will give one moie of their an
UHinllii nei formanees prloi to their
1 etu.ru to the States. Mi. Multbywll
iil;6 give his sKlo-splltlng linpei aoimtlou
of Oscar WilriV ihst attempts la learn
ing to riilo tlie bicycle, alo srvctai now
feature never before witnessed hen.
lucludlng on exhibition of fuuny-rlding
on the American JTCagle IHcj ele
r Reserved seats can be seemed at
oulco in the Hotel.
Music both instuunental and ocnl
will bo furnished by the Quintette Club,
conducted by Mr. Rcnrer.
UGO 4t Manager.
T.x "Adonl" .t "Lheiilu'ig"
Gs. Iiksgj firmly,
14 X! 1 r M
J?. B B S j: B
it f W" W
aimm . &mr
Cash Assets, : : :
toy l'Vr full pulliiiilais nt)l.v U)
7 K.W VOIi It
V K?lf rlil 1
ft. J. JUOssJUX.
Gencial Auent for the Ilawaiinn Islands.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
ur.rouc jnni), c. j.
THE SPOILS SCARECROW.
If you have room for my cry, I
want to cry. Oh ye spoils! Ough
ye spoils! I like spoils. I want
spoils. I lite to see the P. C. A.
stick up for its friends and advocate
no spoils tor a political enemy.
They have got grit. The Cabinet
have not. Give them some more,
dear P. C. A. ; everytime you say
spoils they shake in their shoes.
Slick up a high moral spoil pole,
grease it well, and this Cabinet will
shin for all they are worth and come
down to the ground every time. As
long as they hang their clothes on
a hickory limb and keep away from
the water, their narao shall be Nor-
Wednfsdat, Sept. 21
In re estate of V. F. Kailiuli
First and final account and peti
tion for discharge of W. 11. Castle,
administrator. Continued from 17th
inst. Heard; decree of dlstiibution
and discharge upon being presented
will be signed.
W. R. Castle for self; C. W.
Ashford, A. Rosa, F. M. Hatch,
J. L. Kaulukou, and J. H. fiare
naba for heirs.
Tiiursdat, Sept. 2S.
In re guardianship of Kahalcopua
First and final account of W. A.
Whiting, guardian, and his resigna
tion. Also her petition for an ac
Ordered that accounts be approv
ed and resiguation accepted ; no new
appointment to be made.
W. A. Whiting for self; Chas.
Creighton for Kahaleopua.
Cases Palm Trco Gin,
Cases White llottlu Key
Cs,FineIiish& Scotch Whiskey,
Caseq Extia Fine Sherry,
Case? Uiy & Sweet Chainp'igno,
Cs. Italian Vermouth,
Curacon, Ab-tuthc, Etc., Etc.
Prize Modal Paris Exposition.
TRUNKS & VALISKS,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SIIOKS,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROl'KS, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KoroHuno Oil" ALOHA."
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS, '
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
S.I LVERWARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
I' IRE BRICK.
RED BRICK, ETC.
OltniF Cutlers & ano Knives.
SS3" The Best
beats St. Louis
BKFOrtE DOLE, J.
TiiunsDAY, Sept. 25.
JoIil Kaeiale vs. Luia, Replevin.
Defendant's appeal from Police
Court, Honolulu. Continued until
A. Rosa for defendant; no ap
pearance of or for plaintiff.
Mokuhia (k.) vs. Kaaihue et al.
Replevin. Defendant's appeal Irom
district Court of Waialua. Being
heard. Recess at 11 :S5 a. m. until 2
C. W. Ashford for plaintiff; A.
Rosa for defendants.
ODE TOANlLECTRic LIGHT.
Twinkle, twinkle, little Arc,
Sickly, blue, imcertain spark;
Up above my heRd you swing,
Ugly, stiauge, expeushe tiling.
When across the foggy air
SUeaina the lightning s purple glaie,
Does the traveler iu the daik
Bless your tadiance, little Are?
When you fade with modest bluh,
Beer la the maikot
and .Milwaukee all to
BUFFALO BEER !
EOT Brewed and Bottled in Sacra
meuto, liner and cheaper tlmu Fieclilek
burg ami AVieland California Beer.
FOR SALE UY
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
04 J Frank Brown, Manager. Ini
Groceries, Food Sioffs, Hardware, Cutlery, CroGkery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS;- Ohlendoil's DUsolvod rciuvlun Guano, Ohlcndoif's Speei.il Cane Manuio.
LON DON PL) RPLE:-l-ffi.etu d destmyei of Potato, Cotton & t anker Woini, Ktc.
SCRUB EXTERMINAT OR: Utstiojs all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
, BAGS:-Sugar, Bice, Paddj. Coal. TWINE, l-EMP CAVAS, NAVY OAKUM
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kmbiaclug the latest iinpioven.ents In mate. lal and textuie.
Galvanized Water Pipo, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, line Fittiiigs, Etc., Etc.
INDIAN GOODS EnUru,yucw
man and the name of the National I Scaieo more blight than fat thing insh,
Party is mud, since tho Cabinet re- Would h.u know which way to go
i.. ,i,i, ,i., o;:n,. ,, If you always tuiukled uo?
THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1890.
The fluted scale blight has ap
peared in one instance quite lately
well up Nuuanu Valley, but as far
as known has been prevented from
spreading by early discovery and
the prompt destruction of the shrubs
The long continued fight of the
ex-Minister of Interior against the
Auditor-General was terminated by
the House yesterday afternoon,
when the bill introduced to abolish
that ofllce was indefinitely postpon
ed. The motion for reconsidera
tion was lost. This gives the tax
payers assurance, for two years at
least, of the continuance of the pre
sent safeguard thrown around the
Treasury, which tho late adminis
tration tried to break down by any
and every means.
So the Honorable Samuel Parker
has been lately turned out with the
political goats -and solemnly warned
that if repentance in not pccdi)y
forthcoming tho Reform Party will
noon drlvo him to that rcmoto poli
tical pasture, wlionco there h no re
turn, Samuel, you mo u gouur,
sure, this Umul H wan had onougli
when you were a doubtful pamllflAtu
ujiqh it ulittky tloliut. 1 hut now hi4
tho tnolUmuii ot '87 huve tuniwl
yOU Out tO hard with (Ilo MIIIIIIQll
iJvrly, wLmypr ! (o iimw fif
ply with that sicniflcant word
"spoils." You write that the pre
sent Cabinet is somewhat of a com
promise in character. Why do yon
give it away? Any clement in it
that is not Reform may be manipu
lated. There have been four re
movals to date and the present
Cabinet makes eight; it's all spoils,
yer know. Keep up the Baby Act
everytime Mttiinty goes down.
Whimper, "I won't resign; I don't
want to be discharged." Thej
know how you have got your eye on
them, got them on trial. This out
side pressure is awful. Oh yo
spoils! Ough ye spoils 1 There is
no doubt that the committee reports
to the House regarding the late ad
ministration are a pack of lies.
Who ever heard of force and spoils
being closely allted? You only had
to state that you were not in accord,
that you would not pack a gun, and
you could have anything you want
ed, even to bossing the opium ring.
They would put a political friend of
long and faithful service light out to
make room for you. Thnt's the
kind. I like a man tint likes his
friends. I like spoils, but mum's
the word. It iB not a moral sedi
ment. Oh ye spoil! Ough yc
ppoilh ! SroiLSMAX.
Cold, unloving, blinding star,
I've no uotloii what you are;
llow your wondrous "system" woi ks,
Who control Its jumps and jerks.
Your's a luster like the day?
Ghastly, gieen, inconstant my!
No; vibeie'cr they worship you 1
All the wuild is black or blue.
Though your light perchance surpass
Homely oil or vulgai gas,
Still (I close with this remaik),
I detest you, IPtlc Aic!
St. .fames Gazette.
16 Nuuanu St., Honolulu, H. 1.
Bale Agenti In the Hawaiian Minds for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Bourbon Whiskies,
Lachman & Jacotil's
Celebrated California Wines.
A1m, always in stock, a full Use of tho choicest
We haw for
SAILORS' HOME FAIR.
On Thursday, November Gtb, a
fair will le held in the Armory on
Hcetania street, the proceeds to bo
applied to fitting up the new Sailors'
Home. We feel qmto sure that the
whole community is interested in
this work, and wc trust that evety
one of our generous ladies will re
gard this as a personal appcul to liur
to do what she can to help. All
contributions should be sont in as
early us possible, that the commlttco
may he able to umrl; and olussffy
articles, Tho following committed
of Indies will ahutyn he inuiiy to ro
(,'olve articles 1
Afr, Mtry MoK'lliblu DoivhdII,
Mrs. i Mt Wpilchouuo, Air. A, du
rtoiwa Owiuvnrro, Mn. 0. M. llyiln,
Mr J, Id Hoptiri Wn. II. W.
fylunkll, Uh Li. (J. Alleu. Ni. ..
8. Mfflita, Mr v. Wv. I I.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Kuiuehiijtrlelia Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. an'dVA. S. R., at 7:30.
Y. V. Q 'L U. social, 7:30.
Sarapiirilla k Iron fir,
Manufactured by Schmidt it Co.,
Stockton, Cala. It Is the most
wholesome and delicious tonic and
bevciagc of the age.
J"Oiders from the other Inland?
promptly attended to and goods cue
fully packed for shipment. M2 3in
The remarkably slow time made
by the Charleston on her recent trip
from the Sandwich Islands to Seat
tle, whichjias excited so much 'dis
cussion, was at lirst attributed to
bamaclesand other marine forma
tions. The result of a diver's inves
tigation, however, showed that most
of the formation as the work of
coral, which adhered to the hull of
the new cruiser when ut anchor over
a reef at Honolulu, great hunks of
coral and submarine matter having
formed on hex tcel plates ns large
as an ordinary table. fS. F. Call.
The Daily Bulletin is by public
choice aa wuli as by circulation tho
leading paper of the Kingdom,
Tun riiii.'j.tjTi.v has moic than
double tJjV circulation of any daily
nowupapdr,publiahed in the Hawai
BY a Man, who uuderBtauds KuglUli
and PortuguvBi', a hluiallou (js
gai doner, stubliiiau, di Ivor nu auythltig
ulo. Apply tu
0(l7 3loa No.C3 hlnau streut.
A J. ppriioiit who Mai it' rojMiiainl
rMl with li I'-iiiHgMH, uliliw
fur iinio, or fur pnjniiiliij' wrrkiuii,
lurvAMN or twiy oihvr Imlp, will lliiuli
viiumoit iirmlu iIumwio (Mlvurllcp In
N llfly' hIom'i V ilt'l' ? Iil-
U m Mm hi wijAi.1 fiiiy mm
NOTICE Is lioii'by kIvpii that Sabo.
of ICohala, having made an as
signment to A) tlu r Tlbbs of Kohala.
all claims against the sahl Saho must b
sent to the said A. Tibbs, after belur
duly swoiu to, within sis months fiom
date or they will be fmuver haired. All
debtors of the said Sibo aie lujueturi
to make immediate payment of theii
iiidebtediiPRs to the said A. Tlbb" at ho
hala, or at thu olllce of T. II. Davles &
Co., In Honolulu.
Assignee of Kstate of Sabo.
Kohala, Septlf, 18110. CClCt
Ostrich Notice I
YISITORS are entieated not to enter
the paddocks wlieio the buds att
kept, not io lease the birds, not to null
their feathers. Home birds aie sitting,
the othuisaiilvcd on thu 10th Instant,
require rest, anil should notbedisuubtd.
They can all be seen from the entrance
where vlsltois will always bo welcomed.
Ilonolulu, Sept. 20, 1800. C0.1 lin
THK underfllgned lmvo this day
fotimil a copartnership for the
purpose of dealing iu hay, uiam, etc.,
under the iiaiuu of the California Feed
Co, T. J. KINO,
"'"'"I'llll. He )l. 17, lPtlO. IIP I i
AleutliiK ol' StouUhohlurN,
NOTIOR Is buiimy given that
c id innellinr of thu elmil
('(llM'Onhli llitllsuty t l.ailil Oo, Ulll
bu ImiIiI ut Urn DllU'n of the (liiuiimny on
WUDNKhDAT. OHiolwr 8. HJiO.'l
n'nluuk is Mm for ilio piiipow iifuut mi
Iflnir ! hw f Jlouilk hii.-Uip Tr
WWBIi iVUlttllll'J Ull'l lMLOl!lmWili)USi
tY buii m m
Shoitly exjiccted a
to this trade.
Wfi 'limn 1 1 inaiiifcAUi
Ei.ijiXiAauummmMiJiK.fmT'Ti' " "'""'Tn
JO. rr. I3A.XS.jEJV, Manager.
t a a eta u n rrt" iz kji i i rso w
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAEILLA & IKON "WATER,
6bEDr ili, Hop All, GrBMSiG, Sam. Sarsajarl, Mineral Waters, Etc,
s- All eomiiHiMicutloiiH and orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & 0O.,
Infallible for renewing, lnylsoratln? and
bcauUtjrlng the hair, removing ccurf, (landruff,
and all affections of the. acolp, and curing erup
tions of tho f kin, diseases of the glanda, muscles
and Integuments, and relieving sUngs, cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc. Tho affinity between the
membranes which constitute the ektn and the
hulr which draws its sustenance from this triple
onvelope is very close. All diseases of the hair
originate In tho skin of the head. If Iho pores
of the fcalp are clogged, or If the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through the small
vessels which feed the roots with molsturo and
Impart llfo to the fibres, the result is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, grayness, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as the case may be. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action with Barry'a Trlcoplicr-
oni, and tho torpid cebc1s, recovcrlngthelrU
activity, win animriaie me uiecose. in oil
affections of tbo skin and of the eubstr la of
muscles and integuments ths process and theH
effect are tho same. It Is upon the skin, the
muscular fibre, and the glands that Barry's
TrlcopborouB bus ll specific action, end
in all affections and injuries of these organs It
Is a sovereign remedy.
Oowaro of Counterfeit.
Without a Jlival in Price & Quality !
One-third tho Prioa of tho Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should TTbo It !
gjlg A bnviug uf ,!J Pel Cent m Cost and Quality tho Very Best.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
t -jncvt'Zixxr'rjJnm i jktii
Kxclueive Agents for the Hawaiian IslandH.
JTrom the fircalcft LHInfr Prlran Dnuna,
Madomo AiU'linu I'.tul-NlcollM.
Montevideo. July 3uth. 18S3.
IUessbs. DincT.AY & Co , Hew York.
liuirMra: i iiiko nic euro in snnouncinz to
you that lUmtY'a FuoiutiA WATsnlsonuoftho
few articles always to du ioudu on inv uruniiup
cae. in my conception n ik one di me uesi oi
tniiv itora. and fur Iho bitth It Is not onlv &c-
llcloue, bat refreshing and lnvIgoraUug. I
recominciiu v. wiiuuui tocd e.
FIumdK icmoved our SOUA WOKKS to more commodious quarters at
IVo. 39 PORT WrIl. ISJttyXV
, (Near the CuBtoui House)
Wo aro now piepnred to furnibh at short notice, and of primo quality, any
Plaia, Sucl, Lffloi, strtfli
"Water, and Crub
of thu following High Gluts Aerated Iieveruges:
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron
r Applo Oidor.
Uning exciusivply the HYATT 1'JftE WATER SYSTEM,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
COI Dlstilhutbig As'iit8, Jm
ipnv iMalclnix llntH.
1'Olt HAI.U AT
A. L. SMITH'S,
010 1m 1-Virt ttie.lt.
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY,
PIANO, ORGAN and SIKGIHG.
Kindt' KiiiiiM, N'liuium AM'iuie,
imi i ii.
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
UonuiiVJ'Ui U I
The following Fine AiiIiuiiIh will
stind for hui Wcu at thu iiuich, Wal.ilnii;
Two Niilivn Hlullluiii
fOU 8 ALU1.
Btulllons of various biotula,
Mares with or without foal.
IIoibi'8 for any purnoiii),
A HMIflll llicniT Mini Tnilllr i'lil
H(i)'iu nu iliu iiimili,
, 87 hmUfiii'lloii I j(li)ruilll!l III
ItruahlUK mu) imIiiIhk m
imul h, wutmuno,