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'Bv virtue of the authority in me
vestvd by the Constitution and the
Statutes of tbi3 Kingdom nnd deem
ing l essential to the promotion of
justice, I do hereby order that the
Regular Toim of the Third Judicial
Circuit to bo held :t Wnioliiuu, lCnu,
Flawuii, on the first Thuid.iy of
Hoptombrr, 1800, and by mo post
poned unlil Alonduv, the lfnh Sep
tember, be and the sumo in hereby
further postponed until MONDAY,
thc.Uth diiy of Nmomlw, 181)0, at '.)
o'clock A. M.
a-i Witness my hand and
i f tlie heal i)f the Supreme
L. S. Couit at Honolulu, tins
( ) 1st dnv of September,
A. V. JUDI),
Chief Juidice Supiome Oomt.
Husky Smith, C'leik.
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE,
Trvtpajer of the IMntrii't of Kunu,
The books of the Tni Assessor for
the District of Kona, Inland of Oahn,
will bo open for inspection by per-t-ona
li.ible to taxation, from Septem
ber 20th to Octobei 1, 1890. Sundays
excepted, in the Knpuaiwa Building,
between the boms of.lt o'clock in the
forenoon ami I o'clock in the after
noon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Asesor DiHtrict of
Kona, Island of Oahn
C. A. Brown,
Assessor and Cnlleeloi or Tao-i Finl
Division. CClt ttl
Honolulu, II. 1 Aug. 9, 185)0.
Holders of Water Piivileges or
those paying W.iter Hates, nro hereby
notified that the houn for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 1 to B o'clock
Chab. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Wntei Workti,
O. N. Spexco,
Minister of tlie Inteiior.
Plediitd to neither Sect nor Party,
But cilablishcd for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 1890.
POSITION OF THE TARIFF BILL.
The position of the Tariff Bill is
this: Tbo House has rejected the
Senate amendments in gross with
out debate, a new rule to secure
thut object being reported by Mc
Kinlcyfrom the Committee on rules.
The bill is now before a Conference
Committee of both Houses, and what
shape it will ultimately take cannot
even be guessed at.
CONTINUANCE OF THE AUSTRA
Our readers will be pleased to
learn that the New Zealand Parlia
ment, before.it piorogued, author
ized the Government to renew the
California mail service for another
year. Mr. Crcighton, Agent for
New Zealand, it appears, has re
cently been in tolegraphic communi
cation with the United Slates Postmaster-General,
and submitted a
proposition to the effect that the
United States should convey the
closed British and Colonial mail free
between New York and San Fran
cisco and vice versa, in consideia
tion of New Zealand renewing the
California mail contract. This nego
tiation was suggested by cable from
New Zealand, and was a renewal of
former efforts In the same direction
by Mr. Creighton, who had obtain
ed, in 1882, un opproptiation of
$40,000 from Congress ivh n refund
Of the admittedly excessive charges
for a single yenr in the cost of rail
road transportation of the Colonial
mail. This money wuh paid in equal
fihurcH to the New Zealand and ISow
South Wales Governments,
rm ' ' ' j
A TEMPERANCE VIEW,
I do not oven know l)r, Oliver by
dlt iiiul, tliuiofurit, do not wrllo
ujirm (liu uiorll oflilh ruwi bill uv
4 (HJUMVlDIlt mill l()Nt te)UrUIH)
iimn sk) louivpiiiy vlvMyiiili
HMlpii tluoyijli your euluumii
111 Dfiit mmm (or mmm llin
stated, I try to bo consistent In my
prnotioc- as well as in my profession
When, llietcforc, the Advertiser,
as a party organ, attacks the pri
vate character and profcsslontd re
putation of nn applicant for nu olll
cial position, before Ills application
has received favorable attention
from the appointing power, upon
the flimsy pretext of protecting the
public interest, it savors of party or
personal spite to such an extent that
enquiry should be made, before
judgment is pronounred, into sev
eral point i connected with the tem
perance question and politic in Ha
waii. The chief point, and the main one
of iutei est to temperance people,
is, which paity set the example of
appointing intemperate persons to
important public roitlon? I an
swer, in accordance witn me tacts
and the record, the Reform Party
under the late administration. But
temperance people will not pause
here; if the present administration
follows the evil precedent and ex
ample of the Reform Party, temper
ance people to be consistent must
condemn the piescnt with the past.
J do not wish to overstep the
bounds of propriety, but in the in
terests of the public good, without
refcicnce to party, I would like the
temperance men of the Advertiser
to pause long enough to count over
the olllcial appointment, of the late
Government, who have repeatedly
disgiaecd their ofllccs and the late
adtninistiation by repeated offences
against sobriety. Not once, hut
many times ; not in one place, but
in many places. The shame of these
same offenders, some of them hold
ing high positions, has been herald
ed and gossiped about throughout
the circuit of this Kingdom ; not
by political or social enemies, but by
many oi me ncsi ami most, consis
tent men in the Reform Party. 1
need name no names; thoe who
run may read.
Am I going too far in saying that
in one instance, at least, the late
Government condoned the repeated
offenses of a high official in tlie face
of protests whieh had been better
heeded? But the facts warrant
even stronger language. The heads
of departments who endorsed these
olfenses by protecting them, have
also been guilty of upholding and
abetting with their moral support
the intemperance of officials of the
same character under previous ad
ministrations. Need I point out that these and
similar cases, the public can fill in
the offender's names, are well known
to the professed temperance gentle
men who control the Advertiser, as
they are to all other temperance
people in Hawaii? Yet the Adver
tiser has kept its editorial mouth
closely shut during all these months
and years until quite lately has arisen
cause to defend its immediate Pharisaical-political
As a genuine temperance reformer
I cannot endorse such hypocritical
conduct; and although I will be
compelled to condemn any future
appointments of intemperate officials
I am forced to doubly condemn the
men and party who sot the evil ex
ample and for political ends now at
tempt to pick the mote from an op
ponent's eye. Consistent temper
ance people and all fair minded citi
zens will, I believe, endorse this
view of the situation.
A Fuiend of Temi'ijkance.
How unfoitunate for Dr. Oliver
that he is not nor ever has been in
sympathy with the Reform IJoodle
Party. If he only had belonged to
that party he could have drunk a
bucketful of whiskey a day and
everything would have been lovely,
as far as Dr. Oliver was concerned.
No doubt the Advertiser would hnve
been one of his warmest supporters
in this case. But not being of the
same religious and political faitb,
this alters the case amazingly;
therefore the doctor must be put
clown at all hazards even if unjustly
so. Now then, Mr. Editor, every
chicken of the so-called Reform
Party who crawled into ofllce through
their infernal check or toadyism
whichever you like to call it, should
have been told, some time ago, to
take a walk, and leave their places
to be filled by belter men. The
public should take no notice what
ever of the whinoy warblings of the
Advertiser; for a paper that will
bounce to-day, whine to-morrow,
pquirm the next, and preach things
inconsistent with the record and
practice of its party, is hardly re
sponsible for its ads.
SAILORS' HOME FAIR.
On Thursday, November Oth, a
fair will Le held in the Armory on
Bretanin street, the proceeds to he
applied to fitting up the new Sailors'
Home. AVo feci quite sure thut the
whole community Is interested In
this woik, and wu trust that every
0110 of our generous ludies will re
gard this ns n personal appeal to her
to do what Bho can to help, All
contributions should he sent in oh
early tw poHslbln, that llio committee
may be nble to iimrlf and olitBHlfy
"rtlelen, The following roiiiiiiltlee
of ludies will iilwftA1 he irmly to re
Mr. Al.ry MnKlhliln Ibiwhull.
Mn 1I1 Id WoihiiQipiii, Air. A. On
H(m Unnnvwirn, Mr, C, ,M, hie,
Mr. .J, II. goimr, All. II. W,
fl. WdJruflfj Wr. SW li
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Sept. HOIh,
AT 1U O'CLOCK . .It.,
At rav Salesroom. Otteen atreut. I will
SMI nt Public Auction, for account of
whom It may concern, the following
Dauuged by salt water per Oeiman
liatk -'Paul lsenberg," on vojag of
hnpoitntlon fumi Liverpool
A, in diamond: ,
No. 1 :t btlN, 10 c e,i. C, ft ComigiiUd
lion, iitn lb
Xo. 2-17 bells. 10 pes ea. 7 ft Corrugated
lion, :W3.'i lbs
No. ,i!) bills, 10 pes ca,8 ft Corrugated
Iron, 2070 lbs
No. 4 1C bills, 10 pes ca, 9 ft Corrugated
Iron, 3810 lbs
No. r 2 bills, HI pes ea, 10 ft Onriugated
iron, 550 lbs
Terms C.;sh in U. S. Gold Coin.
J. VS. F. MOltGAN,
BLL ROOW, HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
To-nightt at 8 o'clock
Up special request
Mr. W. S. MALTBV,
The Undisputed Champion Scieiitlllc &
A i tistlo Cyclist, uss-isted by tbe Talented
Froueh Lady Cyclist,
Will give one more of their ius
louiulhig ppiformance. pi lor to their
return to the States. Jlr. Maltby will
also uie hl siile-splbing linicrpnuatlou
of Oscar Wilde' tlrst attempts lu leain
Ing to rtdo tbe bicycle, also several new
teatures never lieforo witnessed licie,
Including on exhibition of ftiniiy-iiding
on the Aiucilcan Kalc Bicycle
tSTBeseived seats can be Rccutcd at
olUeu In the Hotel.
Music both instrumental and vocal
will be furnished by tbo Quintette Club,
conducted by Mr. lloracr.
P. O. SMITH,
(JCC It Manager.
Kx "AdnnLs" A ''iMMibcrK"
Cs. HemiessBy Braiy,
Cases Palm Tree Olu,
Cnc AVbltc Bottle Key GIu,
Cases Estra Fine fjhciry,
Cases Dry & Sweet Champagne,
Cs. Italian Vermouth,
Curacoa. AbMnthe, lite, Ktc.
Prize Medal Paris Exposition,
ifiy- The Best Beer in the market-
beats St. Louis aud .Milwaukee all to
BUFFALO BEER !
Jffi- Brewed nfid Bottled in Sicra
inento, Ibierand cheaper than Fiodilek
burg and Wleland California Bei'r.
ron sale nv
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
041 Fisank BnoWN, Manager, lm
15 Nuiianu St., HodoIuIq, H. 1.
Sold Agents In tbe Hawaiian IilanJa for
"Old Magnolia" & "0. P. T."
Fine Boarbin WhltKies,
Lachman & lacobi's
Celebrated California Wines.
Also, always in rtocV, a full lint of tin cholcost
Wo h.ivo fur
Sarsaparillii k Iron Water,
.Manufactured by Selunldl A Co ,
ritouktou, Cala. It Is tbo mosi
wboluHoino uii(tdell(ious ionic and
beverage of tbo nu.
JQr Oide) a fioni the oilier Mnud
in ouipily attended to aud kihkIh i-nio.
full) packed for Nhlimimil, WJiii
THE VERY LATEST! "
WK wUh to mil III" lUlmilloii of
)ionnkuupci. to it miiuII liivnlim
ul riKHM'd Ulilii"!' Miitthur, lux in.
I'ulvial via fan riUPi of (lm yry
i'lini'i) ipuilliy mn u iliu ii)ui ioiii.
fill mid iinl'i'iu iIphIkmm In rnlrtM. ''ii
U iimiiiy luii)l in llil Hum mul I lit'
inii uf iliii Mini mi'i; liMiiwIii l lluiii).
I'! ! .. W uwwilHlly tiik'llh) l!jjllii
Oil"! If 'i iiu Jiiiv jiov'i1 ly,
HONOLULU, fi. I, SftPOMBEI 27, 1WK),
prTT1 tftf w
Thoronghbred -:- RnnnlDgj
Will stand for a bort time nt
Greenfield Stables, Kaplolaul Park.
Duke Srr.NCr.tt Is a daik bay, I yenm
old; stands f,j, linml hh;h; kind and
PKDIG & lfl JK :
By Duko of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer bv Noi folk
2nd dam Ballerina.. .bj- Imp. Balrownlo
;ird iliim llcimie Fni row
by Imp. Sbaimock
4th dam Ida by hup. Uulshazrar
fith dam Madam Boslcy (Gamma's
Dam) by Mr ltlchaul
Cth dam Nancy NIehol.. .by imp. Eagle
7th dam But. Uo-tlcy
1 by AVIUe3' Wonder
8th dam by CtmnlicliTi-
iltli dam by imp. Sicillng
10th dam by ('Iodine
11th dam by Imp. Slhercjc
l'ith dam by imp. dully Kogcr
IMth dam by Imp. Paitficr
11th dam by hup. Monkey
lnth dam Imp. mate from the Mud of
llaulson, of Mrnmlon
IJgrBest of earn taken with animals.
In cisc of accident no icpnuslh!llty
will bn asumi'd.
W. IT. RICK AKD,
022 tf Honokaa, Hawaii.
ft mil &co,
Wm. O. hwbi. . Pi csident A: Manager
Clans Spi cckels Vice-Pi esldcnt
Walter M. Glffard
Sua ctarv & Treasurer
Theo. 0. P01 ler Auditor
ACI'.NTS OF THK
Of Hun KrnnclHco, Cnl.
KSr-Wm. G. Irwin & Co., (L'd),have
assumed the assets aud liabilities of the
late llrm of Win. G. Irwin A Co., and
will continue the general business
formeily eairiedon bv that house.
IS hereby clvcu to all persons that at
a meeting: of the shaieholdcrs of
Wm. G. Irwin & Co , fld), held on
the 31st day of July, 18D0, It was voted
to accept the Cliaitcr of Incorporation
dated July 2t, 1890, aud gi anted to
them and their associates aud sueccssois
under the corporate name and style of
Wm. G. Irwin &. Co., Limited.
And that the Corporation under said
Charter was duly oigaulxd, and elected
the foliowinc; named olllccrs, vk:
President & Manager
William G. Irwin,
Vice-President. . . .Clans Spicukels,
Secretary & Treasurer
W. M. Giftaul,
Auditor T. 0. Poi ter.
Notice is also given that, pursuant to
the torms of said Cliaitcr, no (rock
holder hhall bo individually liable for
the debts of tbe Corpoiation, beyond
the amount which shall be due upon
the share or shaies owucJ or held by
himself. W. M. GIFFAIll),
Secretary Wm. G. Iiw in & Co , L'd.
A Gore for Influenza !
Dfl. LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the best remedies
ever prepared for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest trouble, and a greHt relief to
whooping cough and throat affection.
Ask for Dr. Loner's Hawaiian Cherry Cor
dial sold at
- JIOLLISTEA & CO'S.,
And BENhON, SMITH & CO'S.
I llnd your "Cliciry Cordial" the best
medicine wo bine ever used for coughs,
colds and lung tiouble. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese anil Japanese
will use ho other I use nothing else in
my own family. Youis ti ulv,
C. A. CilAPIN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co,
We have sold a largo quantity of vour
"Cheiry Cordial" at our plantation
store, both nt Kcalia aud Kapan, and
cau cheerfully icconinmud It for biou
Very l especially yours,
Oi:o E. FAlItCIHLD,
CO,', tf Tretioiirer Makeo Sugar Co.
A. R. Rowat, Veterinary Surgeon,
Graduate Mi 0111 College, Monl
iv il, Cnnudn.
RonldeiH'i't Hotel sheet, opposite
Ollleoi At the Hawaiian Hotel Stn
IST 'l'UoplioMO No, .'!. -tea
N, lic-l'li'nl'i'liiMdiODiniiiiiduiloiik for
pnileiits nt the Hawaiian lluli'l Hlalili'.
, cm i iii
VtlYWWH DlimfllKU lyXIMOHH,
Ul'll' iff 'MWl,
ir,i...ii., i ,.,,.,. imi..
I UHiili in IIH.il ll!H i HIHIII)
UIIKII I II IIWHI'll Willi lllftlllll IllWh
..;:. t .'" ":'. '."i-j 'nit. k"T "."
imiij u y iii ) ! ' up iij, uw Mi'
Ill '. 1
x m it &ViSgfl?rejwwV';oivftraj g nrtcc igc
- r ws
ItlOHAKU A. 3;c!JmY, Vnnl!;nt.
Asy For full particulais apply to
Dec-ai-8l) General Agent for the Hnwalinn Islands.
LINOLKUM, CAUPKT & HUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISKS,
HATS & CAPS.
ROOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLJr & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, OVLINDKR OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS.
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KuriiEHMie Oil ALOHA." (5P
GrocerieSj Feed Stuffs,
FERTILIZERS:- OhlcndoiP'. Dissolved Pciuvlan Ouano, Ohlcndoif's Special CaiioMaimie.
LONDON PURPLE: Lffeetiul destin.ier of Potato, Cotton ,V Canker Woinis Kte.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-ncstios all Noxious Weeds rtSenib.
BAGS:-Sugar, Btee, L'.uldy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Ihnbiaehig tlul.itei iuipiovcincuts in matetial and lexture.
Galvanized Water Pino, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire. Pino Fittings, rr.io. Trn.
Shortly expected a
line line of
Tlf-iIinT1 HHTV TI" Tl TTf T""T fTTfrT nTtlHi ill TF ll"Tirn ITITT TMT-"- "'" " , JHPT fff m pj
TAHITI : LEI
Solo Proprietors of
GilGr Mb, Hoi Ale, Greili, Ragierry, Sarsaparilla, Mineral WaleTs; Etc.
Sf All communications and orders should be addressed to
Inf&llIMo for renewing, Invigorating and
beautifying tbo hair, removing scurf, dandruff,
and all affections of tbo ecalp, and curing erup
tions of the Bkln, diseases of tbo fjlands, muKlCB
and integuments, and rcllcin: Btings, cnta.B
fi.ntaaa anmln. nil. TltA nfltnlti. ti.li.iwm ttinB
membranes which constitute tbo slcin and tbe
hair which draws Its nuttcnance from tbla triplo
envelopo la very close. All dlscaeis of the hair
originate in tbo ekln of the bead. If tbe pores
of the scalp arc clogged, or If the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through the email
vessels which feed tbo roots with molsturo and
Impart llfo to tbo fibres, tho result Is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of tbe hair, grayness, dryness
and barehnees of tbe ligaments, and entire bald'
ncss, as tbe case may bo. Stimulate the ekln to
healthful action with Hurry's Trlcoplior
oui, and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
scthity, will annihilate tbo disease. In all
affections of tbo skin and of tbe pufoslnta of
muscles and integuments the process and the
effect are tbo same. It is upon tbe skin, tho
muscular fibre, and tbo glands that Uarry
Trlcopheroim has its ppcciuV action, aud
In all affections and injuries of these organs it
is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Counterfeit.
i'rom tho Greatest Living Prima Donna,
lladamc Ailflhm I'aul-Mlcollnl,
JloNTKvniEO, July 20 th, J883.
Mrnnns. Baucijiy & Co.. New York.
JJear Sirs ; I tai.o pleuHuro In announcing to
you that BtiiKY'a l'LomiA WATEiiIuoueof tbo
fuw articles always to bo found on mv dresslnrf
case. In my conception It id one of the beat of
toilet naten. and for the bath it is not only de
licious, bat refreshlns nnd invigorating. Il
recomuicml 11 v?luiout rcEer o.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Ml Dlstilbntbifj Agents. flni
ioi' niiiiciiiie iiuiH
roit sam; at
A, L. SMITH'S,
I'nit il I not.
MRS, ERNESTINE GRAY,
PIAHO, ORGAN and SINGING,
l'.iK" ll"ii'i Kiiiiiuiii Amiimih.
IJMbiij.l M, J. Ii
IRStTKI) HY THE
x ft m
OF IVTWW YOKE
: : : :
TT TTY A "V7TT"10rN
B - g B B A A B H .'
m. a n
DKY GOODS I
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & 0
BENSON, SMITH '& CO.,
Without a Rival
Olio-third tho Pries of the
a muiiiu'oi .w i'or (Jent -in
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
rr , HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
J,r)1 'n Exclusive Agents for the Hnwuiian Is!atuln.
iraving ioinoM'd our SODA WOitKS to more commodious qiinrleiu hi
IVo. SO T-01F8.rJ? JS'l'I JE2 KIT,
fNear the Custom Housp)
V arc now proparud to furnish at short notice, and of piimo qualify, any
of the following High Class Aerated BeveragcH:
Plaiii, Swnt, LuMm, SiMtey or Cream Soda,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using pjcclHoively tbo HYATT VUilE WATER SYSTEA'.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
FOWT WTKBKT. : ; : . . . HONOMIMI.
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
'J'lm following Klnn AnliimlH will
statu! for nmvln: at tliu runuh, Wnliiluu;
Two Niitivn Biulllon
O i S
A.T H B
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
ELAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SILVERWARE. S IWTIONEUY,
SOAP, ETC, ETC., E1C.
RED MWJlv, ETC.
Chair Cullers & :m Kiuvoh.
rJ ' " y - .
to iliin trade.
KTlWWTfWW..v..raMfcjwt - irlfnfT11l,r ,,-, ,
& IRON WATER,
in Price & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Use It !
Cost and Quality the Very Best.
fittillloiiB of vurlous brooilR.
MuruB with or without frm,
Ilnini'fl for iiny iniii)Mi,
A HMIful irl.'r mill TfHlnwr l phi
, M HiilUfiit'lliiii hiiiiiiiIp)i In
bii'dMiiK mill iihIiiIiih linifi
PAUL H, iINHIHa,