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By direction o( His Ex. the Min
ister of Interior, tenders will be re
ceived at the office of the Road Sup
ervisor till 12 o'clock uoon, WED
NESDAY, Oct. 1, 1S90, for the sup
pling the Uperument utablcs with
feed for six months.
H. P. HEBBARD,
Honolulu, Sept. 29, 1S90. 070 2t
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE,
TuxpajiTH nf the DUtrlct f Kouu,
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 20th to October 1, 1S90, Sundays
excepted, in the Kapuaiwa Building,
between the hours of 9 o'clock in the
torenoon and -1 o'clock in the after
noon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Assosbor Dipt riot of
Kona, Island of Oahu.
C. A. Brown,
"Assessor and Collector of li4u"j First
Division. CG3 td
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
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 S o'clock a. i., and -1 to G o'clock
Char. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spenckr,
Minister of the Intpnor.
T tX E
Pledged to nnthcr Sect not J'nrty,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, SEPT. 29, 1890.
The real enemies of Hawaii are to
be found within and not without the
Kingdom. The direct injury done
our reputation and commerce by the
revolution of '87 and the riot of '89
has been mostly overcome ; but in
certain quarters attempts are contin
ued to prolongthe evil effectsof these
two unfortunate periods in our late
history. There are two extreme ele
ments in Hawaii, the immediate re
sult of recent disturbances, which,
as disappointed and opposing poli
tical elements, are a unit on one
point only, viz. : to carry out the
personal ambitions of one or two
men in each faction, who probably
have less than a hundred political
adherents respective!' in the entire
Kingdom. The Advertiser faction
represents one of these poles of the
Hawaiian Magnet which has attracted
within the radius of its evil influence
a portion of that politicnl element
willing to become a foe to Hawaiian
interests abroad in order to satiate
political disappointment and per
As far as local politics go the Ad
vertiser, chief foe of Hawaiian in
terests, is making an effective
fight against itself and its party. It
is unwittingly undermining the
atrongest tower of its political strong
hold; but at the same time it is
building up barriers to Hawaiian
commerce abroad and our general
interests at home. It is perfectly
afe to warn the Advertiser and its
taction they aro working their own
undoing, and the friends of normal
conditions of pca'ce and good gov
ernment need not think we go too
far. The tmtb Is this extreme po
litical faction of '87 has too much
egotism and too little political pene
tration to judge of the results of its
actions, Thu usual Thurston-liko
blunder is ugnln being committed
and in this iuataneo It looks exceed
ingly HfO'lIko, It Is noctlliihi to Buy
the blunder will not Ho detected by
the Advertiser until it in too lute,
I'lia same political fuel Ion uro
Ijeutun L tlio ut election by being
uimblo to nci), through tlmlr ilenou
liuu of violin"), Hint Ihuli' tlttfunju
truii (uri)y ni)i tlmlr eoiniler MUult
M Uiii vIpyimUi lium who vum limn
mm 'i'hsy uyi mm wug io
lljU Oilm gM0 ttlli) Hill tJliUKt'l!!
ififl ll Uiij muJli til Iji'Iuii "mo
The evil influence of the Arlvcr
User faction nt homo and abroad
may he aptly illustrated by Us latest
innllcioua utterances. For instance,
the newspaper which excuses its ex
treme personal attack made in one
column upon n candidate for n pub
lic olllce, by pleading that "Chris
tian charity demands that the pub
lic voice be raised" in behalf of the
inmates of the Insane Asylum (be
fore an appointment has been made)
is open to the charge of venting po
litical prejudice or personal spite.
When, however, there appears an
article in another column of the
same issue, wherein a deliberate
and malicious attempt is made to
libel an opposing political party by
willful misrepresentations, the con
clusion is reached that the Adver
tiser and its supporting political
faction arc entirely devoid of either
"Christian" or profane charity.
This fact becomes especially evident,
and despicable to the public gener
ally, when it is noted these willful
and malicious misrepreoentations are
deliberately concocted or republish
ed on steamer day, for distribution
abroad. In the present instance the
"batch" of lies and misrepresenta
tions for theii steamer edition con
sisted of the republication of :i lot
of the silly utterances of ihoe who,
like the Advertiser's faction, repre
sent one of the extremes of Hawai
ian politics. The fact is the journ
alistic scavengers of the Advertiser
purposely rake up, for foreign dis
tribution tliioiigli their steamer edi
tion, the political garbage deposited
during Legislative and newspaper
wranglings, indulged in by the Ad
vertiser faction and other equally
insensate and unscrupulous extre
mists. The Hawaiian public mean
while holds its nose. Evcrj1 mer
chant, every hotel and every planter
feels the immediate injury done Ha
waii by this internal foe,in purposely
injuring the country to uphold an
evil political faction, which has al
ready shaken the Government to its
foundation. The abuse has now
reached a point where prominent
merchants are attempting self-protection
by sending out private ad
vices to correct the public abuses
practised by political extremists.
Nor is this all. As usual incon
sistency crops out. The day after
the steamer sailed with the Adver
tiser's batch of lies and misrepre
sentations, that delectable journal
came out and bitterly denounced
Mr. E. A. Phillips, of the S. F.
Post, for doing the very same dirty
work as a correspondent that the
Advertiser and its faction are ac
complishing editorially. When,
therefore, this Advertiser crowd
prates of "Christian charity" they
talk of that they know little or noth
ing about. Thus far, in fact, these
fellows have not been disposed to
grant the usual political charity of
the world. Their sole object is to
rule or to injure Hawaii ; and this they
hope to accomplish by unscrupulous
means, as it is impossible for them
to do so at prosent by fair means.
But this injury is not done at
home; here the journalistic position
of the Advertiser and its faction is
'state, flat and unprofitable."
Abroad it is different, as was evi
dent from the late misapprehension
and excitement caused at the Coast
about impending and transpiring
disturbances here, and which the
last steamer edition of the Adverti
ser will tend to unjustly and un
truthfully keep alive. It is also a
fact that most of our injury comes
from a few Hawaiian-bom foreign
ers, who have mouthed the loudest
about patriotism, decent Govern
ment, and their own political virt
ues, while in truth they have been
foremost and continuously the poli
tical traitors who hare stabbed Ha
waii's reputation abroad and have
shown a willingness to sacrifice
her internal peace and commercial
prosperity to their personal spite
and political disappointment.
In the mean time, as before stat
ed, local political good will coino out
of this general ovtl. The ripening
of certain reforms is being hastened
in political and othor departments
of the Government and in the law,
which will soon bo demanded by the
people as nti antidote for the politi
cal abuses of the extremist;, Thu
object of thu Advertioer nnd its fac
tion to not good Government, utt the
rocoid of the past thruo J ears showj
tlmii' object Is oithur to rulu Hawaii
m (hey kto H or to rulu It in thu
Qm Of (nll tutUlilUlilntf fno-
tloini) (1(jutorlilu vrlii'ii l In i)c!fi)u.
lion l iJ0l!lle.
en hi mm db ijj ui iu nti
Fresno, California, has Buffered
from h 890,000 Qre lately.
The American sealing schooner
J. II. Lewis was lately chased near
Copper Island by the Russian Gun
boat Alexander. The schooner ran
up the American ting and showed
the Russian she wa9 ready to defend
herself when the former saluted and
The Convention of Liberal Chris
tians (.Unitarians) lately held in San
Francisco has adjourned.
Tlte California istate Fair for 1S0O
is annouueed to be a great success.
The 25th Industrial exhibition of
the Mechanics' Institute opened in
San Francisco on the night of the.
Dion lloncicault.playwright, actor
nnd novelist, died in New Yotk dur
ing the night of the 17th instant,
lie was G vears of age.
Reading (l'a.), Sept. 19. One of
the worst wrecks ever known in this
section occurred to-night on the
Reading Railroad, seventeen miles
from here. At latest accounts six
dead and 36 wounded bad been
taken from the wreck.
The River and Harbor and Anti
Lottery Hills have been signed by
Washington, Sept. 19. Referring
to the special dispatch from Salva
dor saying that Minister Mi.-.ner had
been instructed by the State De
partment to recognize Ezeta's elec
tion to the Presidency noting Secre
tary of State Wharton said this
evening that no such instructions
had been given, but they undoubt
edlv soon would be. The State De
partment has received from Mistier
a full report of the Rarrundia inci
dent, hut is not prepared to make it
City of Mexieo, Sept. 19. A ter
rible accident happened to-day on
the Mexican Railroad, near Rincon
ada. Two passenger trains collided.
Ten persons were killed and several
POOR HAWAII !
Hawaii is a neat little, tight little
island Kingdom that might be happy
if only people who are alien to it in
blood, race and interests would let it
alone. The natives are a singularly
goodnatured and well-behaved peo
ple, who, if thev were allowed the
inalienable right of life, liberty and
the pursuit of happiness in their own
way, would be about the most sunny
and cheerful people on the face of
the globe. In an unfortunate mo
ment for them the American Sugar
planter discovered that a. few of the
Hawaiian valleys would yield an im
mense profit if only a reciprocity
treaty with the United States could
be negotiated. Corrupt ways secured
a corrupt measure, which has cor
rupted all else. Money became
plentiful in the islands, debauchery
abounded, leprosy extended and
even attacked the whites, certain of
whom became the victims of their
own undoing, whisky and opium be
came articles of trade, and soon the
white man's cupidity and vices
turned a paradise into an inferno.
AH this has been taking place within
hail of our free and independent
press without so much as the utter
ance of a word of advice. At last
there is restivencss in Hawaii, and
revolution is in the air. There are
educated and ambitious natives who
think these things can be bettered,
and that it would improve the island
government if it were conducted
upon the principal of "Hawaii for
the Hawaiians," Admiral Brown,
of the Charleston, says that is
awfully wicked, nnd has caused him
self to be sent hack to Honolulu to
see that the natives do not sign "a
Declaration of Independence." Un
cle Sam should either govern the
natives or leave them alone to
govern themselves. The middle
man should be got rid of at all
hazards. fS. F. News Letter.
The Hawaiian Bnnct will give a
public concert at Emma Square,
this evening at 7;30 o'clock, ren;
dering the following programme ;
March King Carlos Rlvas
Overture Uuthilay Conradl
Finale BlVouac Pcti ella
Selection Nnlmeco Verdi
1'alauiH. PillAoao. Maluma.
Scleatlor. Portuguese Mo'oilles. . .Ilelle
llullud Lu Puloma. YraUIer
Pati ol Portuguese Meyi elle.s
Walt Lisbon Wakltenfel
SAILORS' HOME FAIR.
On Thursday, November Cth, a
fair will 1 e held iu the Armory on
Dretonia street, the piocccds to be
applied to fitting up tlio new Sailors'
Home. We feel quite sure that the
wholo community is interested n
this work, and wu trust tiiat every
one of our generous ladies will re
gard this us ii porHoiml appeal to her
to do what alio can in help, All
contributions hould lie scut In as
t'uily as possible, that the committed
may bo able to umrli und ciinfy
urticloH, Tlio following oouimltteu
of IiuIIub nlll nhYuys. tin rewly tQ rt"
Mrd M"iy Mulflbhiii powu,
iff, ), II. Wmlvhouvo, rv, A, tit
fiou Qmnwh Mri' 0, M llydvi
Mi ii Hi mm i r h n
Mmlih Mri H U, Mmj, 1jm .1-
fw, jr )r. ri iiMi
On TUESDAY, Sopl. 30l.h.
,VT IO O'CLOCK A M .
At my Salesroom, Queen street. I wl 1
sell at Public Auction, tor account of
whom it may concern, tliu following
Damaged by salt water, on voyage of
importation per Geiman bail; '-I'uut
lenberg"' lrom Liverpool:
W S H
No. 23G-1 care, 40 pes Piluts, 2141 yds
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
070 It Auctioneer.
Oa TUESDAY, Sept. ttOtli,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my Salesioom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, for account of
whom It may concern, the following
Damugcd by salt water per German
bulk ''Paul Iscnbcig," on oyage of
importation from Liverpool:
A, in diamond:
No. 1 K bdls, 10 pes ea, C Jt Ooi i uyated
Iron, 513 lbs
No. 2 17 bdls. 10 pes ea, 7 ft Coi rii gated
Iron, 33.W lbs
No. S 9 bdls, 10 pes ea, 8 f t Cot rugated
Iron, 2070 lbs
No. 415 bdls, 10 pes ea, 9 ft Corrugated
Iron, 8810 lbs
No. 5 U bdls, 10 pes ea, 10 ft Ooiuigated
lion, 5dC lbs
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Which we are organizing we desire to
state that we are putting within l each
of all thegieatest value in this nitielu
that has ever been offeied.
k Solid 14 Kt
At $1 Per Week.
t Cheaper than in the regular
B5P First club now belug founed,
join and secure a place.
3T Remembei ! This is not an in
J. A. LUCKETT,
THE VERY LATEST !
7E wish to call the attention (if
T T housekeepers to a mull iuvoiee
of Figured Chinese .Matting, jtibi ic
eehed via Sjii Krauclsco, of tlio very
choicest quality and of t lie moil taste
ful and unique designs in color. Thit
is the very latn.st in tills line and the
Dr.H of the Kind ever ought to Hono
lulu We respectfully ask the attention
of Indies to this latest novelty.
CM2w THE UNION FliKP CO.
Ostrich Notice !
YlgJ'l'OKS aiu entiuated not to enter
the paddocks where tlio buds ate
kept, not lo tease the birds, not to pull
their feathers. Some birds aio Bitting,
the others arrived on the 19th Instant,
require rest and should not bo disturbed.
They can all he seen from the entrance,
wheie visitors will alwavshe welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1S90. tiOH lin
THE undersigned have this day
formed a copartnership for the
purpose of dealing in hay. jiam, etc.,
under the nanin of the California Feed
Co. T. J. ICING,
Honolulu, S--rt. 17, 1800. iHH tf
Meeting- of Stockholders.
NOTIOF. Is hereby given that a spo
chd meeting of the stnoUioldera
of the Oahu Hallway & Laud Co. ill
ha buhl at the olllce of the Company on
WEDNKbDAY, October 8, lbyO, at il
o'clock i, si., for the pmposo of autho
rizing the Iwiiio of Ilonds on the Tor
Milirnl, YViiUuihq and Koohiu DIvIhIoiih.
Ily order of tle Pioshleiit.
w, u. AHinrcy,
001 hi Heoroiury.
Dl'ltlNO my tempoiniy iilnmim
finiii llio Kingdom ('hud, T, WIN
ijor will net In all hiisiiiuiit iiiuIIum vt
Honolulu, H(.pt W,Wb MUM "Jy
'iVf Mii m iiiiilnrliiiU liuulltli
l. Slltl I'OllllKIH'.i.H rkuii)iM
8 w H Ow? S & 6 Skr
er For full pttrttuulara apply to
PRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS.
ROOTS & SHOES.
, V.'r f A , frjjYen,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS, "'Uft WELSH STEAM COAL,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL, M u)$M CEMENT, LIME.
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS, xMh-WW FIRE CLAY,
.siii'.iw IjUau. jrsKJfi:srj!r.
CI1AKCOAL TIN l'LATKS. c?5&i;
ivoro.sene Oil' AI.OIIA."
Groceries,. Feed Sniff
FERTILIZERS:-OhlendoiPs Dissolved Peimlnn Guano, Ohlendorf's Special Cane Canute.
LONDON PURPLE: Kffeetiul destroyer of Potato, Cotton &, Cancer Woims, i:te.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-netioys all Noxious Weeds & Snubs.
BAGS:-Sugnr. Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEWP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest improvements in maieiial and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, JEtc., Etc.
bluntly expected n
r- r ,
a n HHuil
Sole Proprietors of
Gtor AH, Hon Ali, Mil, Earmie, Sarsgparilla, Mineral vm, Etc.
J- All communications and orders should be addressed to
Infallible for renewing, Invigorating and
beautifying the hair, removing ecurf, dandruff,
and all affections of the Bcalp, and curing crap-
Uons of the skin, diseases of the glands, musclco
and Integuments, and relieving sUngs, cute,
bruises, sprains, etc. Tho afllnity between the
membranes which constitute tho skin and the
hair which draws Its sustenance from this triple
envelope is very close. Ali diseases of the hair
originate in tho skin of the head. If the pores
of the scalp 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 life to the fibres, tho result is senrf,
dandruff, shedding of tho hair, grayness, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as the case may be. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action with Dairy's XrlcopUcr-
ous), and tho torpid vessels, recomlng their I
activity, will annihilate the disease. In all
affections of tho ekln and of the pubstuta of
muscles and integuments tho process and the
effect ore the same. It is upon the skin, the
mnecular fibre, and the Clauds that Uurr v'a
TrlcopherouB has its specific action, andl
in all affections and Injuries of these organs It,
Is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Counterfeits.
Jfrom tho Orcntcst Living Prima Donna,
Madame Adellua l'aul-NlcolIiiI,
Mon nsviuuo. July SOtb. 18Sa
Mqiu. IUrci.ay & Co.. New York.
Uear atn;i iuko pieuturu in announcing to
you that lUiniY's I'luhiua WATrnlsoneof the
tew articles always to no round on my urcsslngl
caw. In my conception it in one. of the best of
mllet waters, and for the tilth It Is not only ac
llclnua. but rcfitvhlurc nnd InvlKursllu?. I
recouuavuu it wtuiuut icseo c
Jut Wt&r&t I
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Gil l)Wti Uniting Agents. lm
I'oi' SIiiUlix; JlnlH
KOit sam: at
A. L. SMITH'S,
0'ifllni Frul vtiuei,
MRS, ERNESTINE GRAY,
- ii:aciii:ii or
PIANO, ORGAN and SINGING,
);,ikId lloiikit, N'iiuuiiu Avi'iiuo.
UMtiLVM, II I.
Barry's Tricopherousi "CLWAX" BAKIN6 POWDER
ISHI'ED BY THE -
r mr., in.
. !, . I J .
KlOEIAftJO A. HcCrmiY. trcNt(lont.
0J W H.VJ
iHiy r.,11 .. ICV7U". ,
wr.'y '' . jwi' fiviA
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware
JAPANESE K OJLa,
IWHI A M AAT0
a I i- t v. B w-u M m u v
jl j- i j.-' XJ4..1. i vj vy v ay tp
TAHSTi : LEMONADE,
nuvi b urityBQ.3 b u drniniHBM an blu n wm&
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Without a Kival
One-third tho Price of the
jy? i n.iiiiK ;i J.t Jor uont in uost,
8 SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HlMrY rSAVIfi s. rr
liAw-w-r-ry--. "Tanrfjo-n -ii--i
Huvint; iHHowd our SODA WOitlCS to moro commodious quarters at
IVo. 20 FORT 'X,X:itH:.1EJ1.
fNear the CuMoui House)
Wo iu c now iirnpnrcd to furnish at sliort notice, nnd of prime quality, any
of the following Jiigli China Aerated Beora.t;es:
- GINGER ALE,
, Sweet, Lemon, StrawDerrT or Cream scIIl
Sareaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using oxoliihivi'ly the HYATT VURti WATER SYSTEM
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
Tlio folluulii),' Flue Anliiinl.s will
stand for rerviue at thu ranch, Widiiluu;
Trt'o Km ivy rilHllloiii
Accnl for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TKNN1S & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
I', ETC., ETC., ETC.
lUCn URICK, ETC.
Cuttui'K & (.sine Knives.
to this tiade.
& IRON "WATER,
in Price & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Us It f
and (Juality the Very Best.
m - gr -BU, n B.
Exelusivo Agentb for thu UnwHiiim Islandp.
Suilllonu of vmloQS hieeda.
Mures with or without foul,
llorwen for uny purpoKii,
A flMluillliVuliiT mil! Trwliivi U nn
jr' fin i UMu nil
uieflhlujf iiim) liiiliilug lidii.
RAML Rp IBKNQKRQ,