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UU.l.UY iJUWJLIlUWi BUNUL.UJLU, J. 3 SEPIIMBER ,80. IBM).
Sale of Lease of GovcrumeDt Lands,
on Wednesday, tioioWi 1,
1890, at the fiont eutiance of A Inu
la ni link', v,l bo told at pnMip
unction, the lease of tluit Tract of
Land lying between l'aanliau anil
l'aalaca .Id. the same being portions
of Oubi, l'akiloa, Knlun, and Paalnoa
1 anil i!, anil containing 810 aeies
Terms Lease for liflopn years In
il.ito from Aptil 10, 18111.
Upset I'rirp ,$l,2fi0 per annum
payable Fomi-aiunially in advance.
Also at. the satm time anil plare
tho lease of all that Ti. let or l'.ircel
of land situate in K.iao, Distiiel of
llauiakua, Island of Hawaii, more
particularly described in Go uriuiiei.it
Lease No. 227 to Marsden and Sioni
son, and containing an aiea of 175
Terms Lease for fifteen ye.us to
date from April 10, 185)1.
Upset Price 5fo25 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Minister of the Inteiior.
Inteiior Oiliee, Aug. 20, 18!)0.
(571 It 100 It
By direction of His Ex. the Min
ister of Interior, tenders will be re
ceived at the oflice of the Road Sup
ervisor till 12 o'clock noon, WED
NESDAY, Oct. 1, 1890, for the sup
plying the Government Htables with
feed for six months. a
H. F. HEBBAUD,
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 185)0. G70 2t
By virtue of the authority in mo
vested by the Constitution and the
Statutes of this Kingdom and deem
ing it essential to the piomotion of
justice, I do hereby order that the
Regular Term of the Third Judicial
Circuit to be held at Waiohimi, Kan,
Hawaii, on the Jiist Thursday of
September, 1890, and by me post
poned until Monday, the 1.1th Sep
tember, be and the same is hereby
further postponed until MONDAY,
the 17th day of November, 1S5I0, at 9
o'clock A. M.
.iv Witness mv hand and
) the seal of the Supreme
S. Court nt Honolulu, this
) 1st day of September,
A. E. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Hkniiy Smith, Clerk.
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE,
Tuxpairi'H of the UlMlrlcl or Konn,
The books of the Tax Assesboi for
the District of Kona, Island of O.ihu,
will be open for inspection by per
sons liable to taxation, from Septem
ber 20th to October 1, 1890, Sundays
excepted, in the Kapuaiwa Building,
between tho hours of 9 o'clock in tho
forenoon and 1 o'clock in tho after
noon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Assessor District of
Kona, Island of Oahu.
C. A. BnowN,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes First
Division. Gfill td
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Kates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
wuter for irrigating purposes are from
t to 8 o'clock a. M., and 4 to 0 o'clock
Cius. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
O. N. Sl'ENOKIt, ,
Minister of the Interior.
Plnitttl to tmlktr Stct nor farty,
Hut ataUMttl for tht brnrfii of nil,
TUESDAY, SKIT, .'10, 1890,
Tim mwi'ipr rcjmrlcru of llio
Unlluil HIllll'H in p now WljJUt(fl In
ttflllilU wlli'Kfil niui)iloi(it of KrlflU'
I'iiii If lh" (rout liivi'iiior Iii)hmiv
U) liyy lji!i!fjijj) nawo!ipil fif jiiqiIwi
"inJijJ awr iliifc'P IjIiIIi Iim
ttjQjplttlJUJ lifi reUy luipflif
ujJ 10 paju iioiy iiiijjy wu) jinmau
JJaui m MflJ 1uji m Wi twill-
Those who advocated an iron-clad
treaty with the United States a fow
month ago were then quick to de
nounce, a the enemies of Hawaiian
intci cats, all who patriotically and
logically demanded delay until after
tho United States tariff policy was
determined and settled by Congress.
It is nnuiiing to note that these late
treaty supporters now avoid either
public or private ilisemslon of the
merits of their former position. On
the other baud they utuv evu be
beaid advocating, ou the stteets and
elsewhere, the views lately put forth
by the so-called "enemies of Ha
waiian interests. Mich is tne re
tribution that follows commercial
greed when bavked by political
scheming in the interest of u clique.
The latest news fioin the East
shows that, the sugar trust bus made
no further pi ogress in the matter of
lenrganiation. The Wall Street
Daily News intimates that the trust
managers have their hands full fol
lowing the lead of the wily Sprock
et, who has been making repeated
cuts in the price of granulated su
gar. The News further accuses the
sugar trust of trickery in regard to
the passage of the October dividend,
and asserts that the "street" specu
lators arc retaliating by dis
closing that in gambling in su
gar trust ceitificatcs people were
handling paper of no intrinsic value,
which was issued illegally and in
fraud of the law : and that the in
siders, or tuist men, had manipu
lated the market without any respect
for their obligations, moral or other
wise, to protect holders of trust cer
tificates. The trust fight is quite
likely to become a bitter and indefin
Our Sao Francisco Letter.
News, Notes and Com
ments. Sax Fjiaxgisco, Sept. 19th.
The week that has elapsed since
the departure of the Australia has
not brought forth anything new on
the Tariff issue; but Secretary
Blaine litis come out in another letter
in which he assails the policy of the
Aldrich reciprocity amendment. He
shows conclusively the folly of giv
ing free trade in sugar for twelve
months and then inviting the sugar
producing countries who have bene
fitted by our free market to forego
their advantage and accord us
special advantages of greater value
in their markets. This, however,
is precisely what the Senate recipro
city amendment contemplates. Mr.
Blaine perceives that it would de
stroy any possible chance of success,
and would cover him with the odium
of failure ; hence he enters a vig
orous protest against this attempt
to wreck his reputation for interna
tional statesmanship. Just how far
Congress will be iniluenced by him
remains to he seen. The more pro
minent Protectionists in the House
recognize the point which Blaine at
tempts to ignore, or rather to whit
tle away, that commercial recipro
city between countries amounts to
free trade to the full measure of the
free interchange of commodities be
tween them, and they understand
that should restricted free trade
cause a revivul of our national in
dustries and commerce, and espe
cially should it open new markets for
American products, the principle of
untrammelled trade would soon be
accepted as sound economic doc
trine. The report from Washington to
day is that the House members of
the Conference Committee accepted
the Aldrich reciprocity action. This
may be regarded as indicating a de
sire or purpose to play with Reci
procity, and deprive Blaine of the
substantial triumph of bis policy.
Right here a difficulty confronts the
Republican party. While professing
that reciprocity is the complement
of protection they practically re
solve that the country shall have a
sweetener in the suapo of free sugar
for a year. Should tbey carry out
this programme they will furnish
the country with an object lesson
that may result disastrously to pro
tection. The Democratic Senators
voted against the Aldrich araerad
roent because it gives, in their opin
ion, too great powers to the Pres
ident, who is made the judge of
when or whether the duty on sugar
should ho restored, and also when
or whether new duties should be
levied on tea, coffee and hides.
Hlttlno argues in Ills letter that the
Democrats voted against reciprocity
because it would kill freo trade,
Tltul U nu absurd argument, Incon
Hlstotit with fwot and common sonse,
hut U U UHud to Intltiuiido tlio We.
orn granger In favor of IiIh project,
(I he can fiurry liU point, howtivur,
lie h not id nil onipful nf tliu nrn
muni hy wliluli liii inny iicnompllHli
I iliifM nit neeii unmwiiinK iim h
lll(! 1)11 Willi MrPCt "HUM'll I)' (III
hiinii!y of mupy in iiifei tlio urnr-
J IIIM J H1IH Hllli u lf'
ji MUli) vmv
Wmm iji lip nmM la m
duty on merchandise in bond, im
ported in advance of requirements
to evade payment of the now duties.
The Secrctaiy of tho Treasury has
paid a year's interest on bonds in
advance and is buying up all the i
perccnts offered at a heavy pie
niium. Tho action of Secretary
Window has been condemned in the
Senate. Many conservative bankers
have protested against paying out
public money to aid speculation.
They contend that thepnuio is pure
ly atltth'ial, and has been gotten up
iu the interest of a handful of sap
italists and corporations who hold
bonds. The United States Treas
ury has been usi-d by the Adminis
tration to enrich these capitalists at
the expense of the nation. The
Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
goes further and says that the bond
holders will bu able to buy back
about $20,000,000 bonds in a few
days and clear between 2 and li per
cent on the operation. Senator
Sheiman say the crisis was purely
fictitious, lie this as it may, and
there is the strongest presumption
that it is true, the fact lemnins that
the. Tariff Hill has i-icatcd unusual
stringency iu the money market
last, before its pnssage. If the
bare anticipation of uich legislation
can so injuriously atfect the mone
tary interests of the country what is
the reality likely to be? This can
only be demonstrated by the working
ot the new schedule of duties.
There does not appear to be much
comfort in all this for the Islands'
planters. Blaine's proposal would
undoubtedly benefit them, because
it would enable the bulk of this sea
son's crop to be marketed under ex
isting tariff and treaty conditions.
But this is hardly probable, il the
Washington dispatch noting ac
quiescence in Aldrich's amendment
is correct. There would be free
trade in sugar with all the world
until the President, by proclamation,
should impose duty upon the sugar
product of non-reciprocating coun
tries. A settlement will probab'y
be reached by Monday or Tuesday
In regard to tho continuance of
the Australian mail service, Post
master General Wannamakcr saw
the importance of the proposals
made by Mr. Creighton, Agent for
the New Zealand Government, and
telegraphed that he had submitted
his dispatches to Congress and
awaited authority to act, adding
that he hoped to be able to comply.
Mr. Creighton cabled this reply to
New Zealand while the House of
Representatives was considering the
California mail service, against tho
continuance of which a strong effort
was being made in the interest ot
the direct steamship companies. The
House thereupon resolved to renew
the service of another year, and in
vited New South Wales to contri
bute to the subsidy ; but it is not
likely that it will give any money to
wards it. Meantime the Hon. Mr.
Bingham, chairman of the House
Committee on Post oiliee, etc.,
promptly reported a joint resolution
from his committee authorizing the
Postmaster General of the United
States to contract for the transpor
tation of the New Zealand mail at
reduced rates across the continent.
In addition to the joint resolution
looking to the removal of the over
land charges, which now average
about 80,000 a year, Mr. Bing
ham has just submitted the report
of his committee on the Ocean Post
al Subsidy Bill. This is the strong
est argument in suppoit of the bill
that has yet been made. The pros
pect is therefore very favorable for
Congress passing both the Tonnage
and Postal Subsidy Bills, as well as
the joint resolution favoring New
Zealand, during the present session.
Honolulu and the Islands generally
will participate in the direct advan
tages arising from this ocean postal
service, and would have been se
riously injured by its discontinuance.
THANKS FOR BEING "WATCHED."
In the prayer meeting of the Ma
kawao Foreign Church held Tuesday
evening, Sept. 23rd, at the homo of
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, a very pleasant
surprise came to me in the shape of
an elegant gold watch and chain, in
scrbed "From the young men of
Maui, a token of respect and regard."
It iu beyond my power to express my
thanks to each one of the young men
since their names are modestly con
cealed j therefore this public oppor
tunity is used to acknowledge my
gratification in their expression of
encouragement and friendship. Tho
young men already knew my earnest
wiBii that they may all receive tho best
gift that can conic from the "Throne
of Grace." W. D. Wkstkhvj:i.t.
Wailuku, Sopt. 27, 18'JO.
ALL shooting of game on the lands of
Kahiiidki.Moanahia, Iluhiwa, Aiea
and Kalauao, District of Kona, Ouhu, la
fctrlctly forbidden. Anyone found tres
piin.iig on the above hinds will bo
propecuted to the full extent of the law.
JOHN M. DOWHCTT,
HAlUtY M. WHITNEY,
E. 1. ril'ALDING,
Leasees of filioothig Itlghu,
For Port Townsend,
Till Punt HmIIIiiii llurk
IM forest Queen"
JlHJ tmm, Muter,
Wlllli'iitu fur ftlHikii I'iMi nil nriilnmt
Nfil Prln' Onli -Mlh
, Mftm ivMt'J)'J twiJiiiunj)illuib
wi V jpu'
KOtTN lJU IhOS.
Capital, : TT $6,000,000.
Assets, : : : $9,000,000.
Sin W..T. W. Hav.nes, hart., Clmli man,
(Uiioutor of London .Joint Slock
C. A. l'ltKsooTr, Eq., De Cliahiuan,
of Jlesis l'U'seott, Cae, ltiiMuu,
Lode & Co.)
Ilui'itr.UT HiiOOKS, Lq.
(Director of the hank of England).
J. 1 Ct'itiiii:, E'i.
(.lJlicetor of the lijnk ot England).
W. O. ( uhtis, Eq.
(Uheetor of the London A; Uiuiseatlc
11. U GitEiiNi:, Eq.
(Director of the Dank of England)
E. Ouri'NK, K.i.
(of .MeiH. liivth, (lieeiip, Jmudntn
it Co )
J. O. HANSON, E-i.
(Dlieetorof the National Pki liu-lul
Itank of Lnglaml).
K II. Waiu-. Ei.
(Mhcctomf the National I'mUiieinl
Bank of England).
O. C. Maukim;, Esii.
E. E. Nokl. Esq.
P. A. Wai.KKU, Km,.
Sam. J. Pii'Ki.v, Sccietiiiy of the Com
pany and Manager of the Eire Dep.ut
niont. SSyilavlng been appointed Aiiknts
of the nhoo Coinpaiiv, wo aie now
leaily to effect Iusiuancc at lowest l.ites
fl. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Honolulu, Aiif. 1, 1S90.
Which we aie organizing wp desire to
state that we aie 'putting' wllhlu leach
of all ttiegicatest nlue In thit aiticle
that has etor Itpeu oftered.
A Solid 14 Kt
At $ I Per Week.
tfiy- Cheaper than Iu the regular
Of" First club now being foi med,
join and secmc a place.
ts& Itemembei ! This Is not tin in
J. A. LUCKKTT,EJL
Ostrich Notice !
YISITOItS are entreated not to enter
the paddocks wheio the birds aie
kept, not to tease the birds, not to pull
their feathers. Some birds aie sitting,
the others arrived on the 19th Instant,
requhe rest and should iiotbcdistuibed.
They can all be seen from the entrance
where visitors will always be welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1890. Gt,. lin
THE undersigned have this, day
foiiiu'd a copaitnershlp for the
pin pose of dealiiis! in hay. gram, etc.,
under the name of the California Feed
Co. T..r. KING.
.). X. WRIGHT,
Honolulu, Sept. 17. IfflO. ii(VI tf
Sleeting: of Stockholders.
NOTICE Is lieiebv given that a tpe
clul meeting of the stockholder
of the Ouhn Railway & Land Co. will
bo held at the olllcu of the Company on
WEDNESDAY, October 8, 1890, at 3
o'clock i. M.. for the purpose of autho
rizing the issue of Bonds on tho Ter
minal, Waiaunc and Koolau Divisions.
Uy order of the 1'iesidciit.
W. G. ASHLEY,
G04 td Hotaemry.
DURING mv temporaiy absence
from the Kingdom Chas. T. Wil
der will net iu all busincs mutters of
tho linn of Wilder & Co.
W. O. WILDER.
Honolulu, Sept. 'JC 1800. iit)8 2w
JRODRIQUES of Kuan, Maui, hav-
in made an assignment of his
property to the uiulcralfmed for the
beiieflt of his ct editors, notice is hoieby
Kivon that all elalins aaluBt him inust
bo presented to the uudeiilgiied within
three mouths fioin dnto, anil nil poi sonn
Imlebtcil to said J. Rodilijues am ro
iinoHti'd to tiial.e luiuicdhitQ payment to
tho miiivrsliiued at Ids olllci In Houo
Honolulu, Heiit.SL lS'.m, iiti7 tf
OTioi: u lu'M'liy kU"ii tlmt Huho,
of KiiIiiiIii. IiiivIiiu minlit mi iu-
tiuiumnil in Ailhui' Tlbliii, nf liolnilu.
nil i'IuIiin nuulind Hid nli riulHi mini ha
Ki'lil iii Did mii A, TIIiIm, iifinr ImliiK
i ill)' NWiini lib wllliln "U liimilliM f i mhi
i iiiu in llioy will liiiiiii'VirlmiMi. All
i uhliiiiiiif lluiculil riubu iiiu U'iiiio.IimI
ii .iiiiiUi Inn ii'illiihi .nnyniitiii iii ihi'li
II! II IIIU) II i i IU O p I II
MM ihd nl Kit.
lftfV 111 II !
1 I III fill II llki
afus a yaJja tam aU
sr Kor full partleulara apply to
TI-IEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
CESSER at PRfiPORTERS.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & HUC.S,
I HON BEDSTEADS,
TlftjNKS & VALISES.
HATS &i CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerosene Oil" ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Sniffs, Her
FERTILIZERS:-Ohleudorf'i Di olved l'eiuvinn Guano, Olilendorf's Special Cane M.uuiru.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual c lestroyerof Potato, Cotton Canker Woims, Lie.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-D estioys all Noxious Weeds & Senilis.
BAGSr-Suaar, Riee. Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kmbiacine; the latest improvements in mateilal and texture.
viuii'ed "Wniei Pipe, Corruj vatetl Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
Shortly expected a
line line of
Sola Proprietors cif I
pr Ale. Hop Mb, 6reiB
lor All 0)iinMtiiicattoiiK 8
Infallible for renewing, Invigorating and
beautifying the bfllr, removing ecurf , dandruff,
and all affections of tho ecalp, and curing erup
tions of tho skin, diseases of the glands, muecles
and Integuments, and relieving etlugs, cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc. Tho affinity between the
membranes which constitute the skin and the
huir which drawB Its sustenance from this triple
envelope Is cry close. All diseases of the hair
originate in tho skin of the head. If tho pores
of the scalp are clogged, or if the blood and othqr
fluids do not circulate freely through the small
vessels which feed tho roots with moisture and
Impart life to tho fibres, tho result Is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, grayness, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as tho case may be. Stimulate tho skin to
healthf nl action with Barry's Xrlcojihor-
ous, and the torpid vessels, recovering their!
activity, .will annihilate the disease. In all
affections ot tho skin and of the substrata of
muscles and integuments the process and the
effect are the same. It Is upon the skin, tho
muscular fibre, and tho glands that Unrry'B
TrlcopberouB has Its specific action, and
In all affections and injuries of these organs iti
Is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Counterfeits.
l"rom the Greatest Living Prima Donna.
Madame Adilluti I'atti-Micoliiil,
Montevideo. Julv audi. lfift?
MKBni. TUnruy A Co.. New York.
JJtarSlri:l (nko pleusuro in announcing to
you that UARnY'd Fuuuua WATEHlnonoof thu
few articles always to no round ou my dressing!
case. In my conception it In one of the best ii?'j
toilet waters, and for the until it Is not only dell
IIcIouh, bnt refreshing and Invigorating, n
ricomiacua it wuioui rcstn c. i
HOLLISTER & Cfll ,
GUI IMstilhutln; Agents,
loi iMiitcliiu: IIiiIh,
I'Olt ttAl.i: AT
A. L. SMITH'I.
0V1 III! KoiUtl'ei,
MRS, ERNESTINE GRIY,
ii;a)iii:ii hi -
PIANO, ORGAN and 811IIN0,
I'liiKle llniitn, NiniiMiil AMil'ie
Ibmunv, IJ. J
um w mm't uutfc ,i mil
!' P. I IIIMUK.jHH MmilTTIPHlTtyMJWtjMi
TAM8T 5 : LEMON
bBb fflWtl 4s' a aa d oJ'aaciaa
1,m iiiiiuiuyiiLMwunwmjjTMinnMi.wmiwimw ammm MfMwwwiwwviriiiwHM, mi.,-,-, , ,
Barry's Tricopherousj "SLUM" BAKINB POWDER
-iiia ranteeel Bonds
ISSUED BY THE
S B$ $ S ferf H-4 BS E ?u
O-l ?" r-OjJW YORK -SHOURITY:
: : : : : Over $136,000,000
IClOnAUlft .. criltUY. PrNlilvii.
. -rr.iz. i
. ivri vtj'
'tsSStSi ',J,il Outlors & aiie Knives.
r goods! ERENCr:iuCAN
dware, Guilery, Crockery & Glassware,
IN." D1AN UOODS
3 3A.X1-.3E5Y, Mannsrer.
M. AJSTUFACTUKERS OF
iAlliJiX j SAKSAPARTLLA
nd onlers should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & QO.,
Witliout a .Rival in Price & QtialUy !
One-third the Prico of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
UlST A S.tviiijjf of :W pur Cent iii Coat and Quality the Very Beat. 0
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS. '
im.rww ru wnMrrainrvMki.
ILiving reniovud our SODA WORKS to mora commodious quarters at
TVo. SO JFOJTSX1 rJ3R.5DE:,X,,
("Near the Custom House)
Wo mo now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of tlio following High CLtss Aerated BevoragcH:
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Strawfierry or Cream S(fla;
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wator, and Crab
lining, oxolimively tho HYATT l'URE WATER SYSTEY.
HOLLISTER Be. CO.,
WHIT WWW. : ; : , : : JOLm
WAIALAE BRSMM RANCH
Tho follow Iiif Klnu AiiIiiiiiN win
fclJind foi'Miivleo tit lliuiutifli, Wiiliiliut;
Tttti h'uii.tf blulllujj
Aucnt for the llawulinn Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUI'i'S,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
to tills trade.
fir. TRnW WATVT
--.. .. .j..j.,
linnl TITntor. TI
(uiiifl. hub fl rmm. m:
w .j lU(
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Evcliifiive AgontH for tlio Hawaiian Islandp.
Htiilllons of vm long IjhmMh,
Jlnii'8 with or Wtlinut foul,
,A Hl.llfiillliunl.iir mill iiAliitir t cni
liloywl mi iiiu Hiiiifi,
. W! Huilifqi'lliii) I. Kiiuiitiiliiiul In
IjimIiIiih; uinl iri)liiliiH li'i
PAUL n, liKNBIFtQ,
' rf "fc