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MM BYAUTHORIH. ntovlng oilf politics lo a normal eon-
P " ' "' -'- tlltlon. Thu allegation that no at-
Mr? ,jsS-gj2s teution is paid to the excesses of
Mi iWu partisan extremists hcie, although
" HSIrWKW.Ilki' ; I
L TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
'l'ATpitylw nr tlir UliillUI ul It iind,
The books oi Hie Tax V-tr.Kir loi
the District of Kunn, 1-d.rml of Uiihn,
v ill he open for inspection by per
sons liable to tiwiilion, from Septem
ber 20th to October 1, 1800, Sundays
excepted, iw tlio Knputuwa Building,
between the bonis of 0 o'clock in the
forenoon and 1 o'clock in tho after
noon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Aesor District of
Ivnrut, Island of Onlm
C. A. Known,
Assessor and Onllocioi ul "I.imm First
I)iit-ion. Itlt.'t td
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 'J, lS'JO.
Holder of Water Privileges or
thoho paying Watei Kates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
Vi.itor for iriigatingpurpos.es are from
t". to 8 o'clock i v., and 1 to (! o'clock
Ciib 11 WILSON,
Supt. Homo. Wntei Work.s,
C. N. SPhNOKIt,
Minister of the Iuteiior.
J'ledtrrd to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1890.
A WILY FOE.
As was expected, as soon as the
Advertiser's inimical journalistic
course is laid bare it at once ceases
to display the courage of its pre
tended convictions and this morning
makes an attempt to shift the bur
den of its past dirty work to the
shoulders of another faction of poli
tical extremists. The public re
ceiving the effects of the Adver
tiser's partisan and unscrupulous
course will duly note, however, that
the journal in question docs not re
fer to or answer the conclush e evi
dence of its guilt and maliciousness
cited from its own columns. It can
not do so. And the reason it dares
not attempt it is because human
ability is unable to supply intellec
tual planks long enough to bridge
the chasm of its latest Journalistic
This morning, after exposure, the
Advertiser's oft repeated libel against
Hawaii is modified from impending
disturbances and threatened revolu
tions to a "feeling of uneasiness;"
and that journal wants to know who
is responsible "for the ridiculous
rumors which have found their way
into sensational American dailies.'
The conundrum is not hard to
answer. The public is well aware
that the "sensational American
dailies" have gleaned , from the
sensational, untruthful and unscru
pulous Advertiser, as well as from
private information sent abroad by
members and supporters of its
political faction. At the same
time arrd in the same column
overtures of peace, coming from the
other extreme faction, are sarcas
tically .spumed by the Advertiser.
Peace is not what that partisan
journal wants. Peace means the
destruction of its power to commit
political evil and the strangling of
its only available argument, vi. :
tlrat the Kingdom is threatened with
seriouy internal disturbance, etc.,
etc. For the nonce the Athcrtiser
honestly admits there is no
danger, cither immediate or pros
pective, of any disturbances here;
hut in the next breath insists on
keeping alive the factional strife in
which it has been chief olfender
for tho post year u btiife tli.it is
n holly responsible for "any feeling
of rcstlcssuss in this community,"
us well (is for tiro deliberate uud
malicious misrepresentations senl
alirnud to lioUtur thu iiutoimblu ami
inipopiilnr (inslllnu of lis ollllni
Tim (intillu "III not lm iluumvft),
l'mi uf ll ulf"Mi lio fcofiii'ml)'
iJoJji1 wm am) ilw1 Iimreimwi nm
mull' at llftuftlittii mmii, IH
iam to m&i ttujur Uu Myw
IW jmlli))' ai 8j0uuumi uu fi-
ntovlng out politics lo normal Con
dition. Tlio allegation thnt no at
tention is paid to the excesses of
partisan extremists hoie, although
n other countries such excesses
would create "a lively sensation,"
is a ense in point. The Advcitiscr
is' the journalistic culprit that has nt
tempted to Injure its abroad by re
publishing on steamer day these
3fttue"ece'"ie'3," tthich have created
'a liveU senauttou" abroad to the
detiiiueut ot the entire Kingdom.
lUit Hawaii's Kilj foe dots not
slop lieu1, the assertion is made
that the Advettiscr and fts faction
"h'nin't done nothin'" against Ha
waiian Interests, and that it is the
opposing extremists ,,nho ate re
sponsible if there has been any
alarm." Our patriotic contemporary
is hardly as well posted as it should
be, bt'inij on the inside of the dis
turbing faction. We hae it upon
the best authority, which cannot he
gainsaid, that the Iutortnatinii which
raised the late excitement in San
Francisco and caused the imme
diate return of the Charleston to
Honolulu, was ditectly, deliberately,
an untruthfully furnished by one
of the Advertiser faction. More
than this, the foieign patriot who
conveyed this information is now an
office holder, drawing a fat salaiy,
and was appointed to office by Mr.
L. A. Thurston, another member of
the same extreme faction. This un
scrupulous informer and national
libeler, like most others of that fac
tion, has an axe to grind, and he
wishes to get the United States to
turn his grindstone. The quickest
way to get Uncle Sam to turn the
crank he believed to be by keeping
up trouble here ; but as everything
was resuming the aspect of peace
and quiet in Hawaii "a lively sensa
tion" was necessary to venew reports
of internal disturbance. This was
accomplished by a lie, and as a con
sequenco the alarm was kept up and
the United States used as a tool.
"With these facts before the public
it will be vain for the Advertiser to
ngain pose, under its present man
agement, as a friend to Hawaiian
advancement and prosperity. It
matters not its prejudiced, factional
fight has thus tar failed; the stings
of political disappointment and per
sonal failure will urge the commis
sion of further excesses. The sup
porters of the Advertiser faction
"are condemned ineffectually to
gnash the teeth without biting any
thing, and to content themselves
with the role of the ordinary noisy
for causticIm "kTleo." '
Caustic! O, Caustic I and don't
you see the drift? Don't you see
that the boot fits you as though it
were made for you? If it were pos
sible, you mrglrt think that Buckle
had written those words to suit the
occasion. Hugklr Jujfioic.
A CHALLENGE AND REFUSAL.
The Honolulu Iron Works Hase
hall team challenged the Union Iron
Works tcanr to a gnme of baseball
on Saturday next, allowing the
Union team Meek as pitcher, debar
ring all other professionals. The
Union Iron Works refused these
term.s. Gi.ouoe RmrAN,
Honolulu Iron Works.
uuonE jvm, c. j.
Wkdkkspav, Oct. 1.
In re estate of A. Bolster of Ho
nolulu, Oahu, deceased intestate.
Petition of Mrs. Caroline Bolster
that administrator L. T. Valentine
be removed and that S. V" Pierce be
appointed. Oidercd that appoint
ment of L. T. Valentine be can
celled and S. E. Pierce be appoint
ed under 8750 bond. C. Creighton
for petitioner; petitioner et al.
In re estate of D. W Glover, of
Honolulu, Oahu, deceased intestate.
Petition of H. M. Kapiojani for let
ters of administration. Partly heard
and continued until to-morrow. J.
L. Kaulukoti for petitioner.
In re guardianship of minor chil
dren of A. Manuel, deceased. Peti
tion for leave to build. Ordered
that tho guardian be authorized to
build as petitioned, W. C. Parke,
guardian per so; Mrs. It. M. Lndd,
Mrs. K. Manuel.
In ro estate of Iloahu (w) of Ho
noluhi, Oahu, deceased, Petition
of Kulo (w) for probate of will,
etc, Huing heard, Kecess from 12
in, till 2 p, in, A, ltosa for otl
doner; J, L. Kiuilukuu for con
I Out ant,
'" ' "HIM" I
; inn imipi'ii inc in iiuyrn.
iiind lulu u I'liiiHiiniiu bin iiiiilii'
lined in hi u
(illl III III IIIIIIIH n(
l' I Mill I'll X llmuill.o
fm iliii iiniim of
DMIDJJJK un lln)
AliOTdlilt KONA TtlACEDY,
Komi lias been In ralhor an ex
cited sttltc during the past few days
by a shooting tragedy that took
place on the 25th Inst, about a mile
turd a half maiiku of the village of
Kailua. A leper named Ivalama has
been wanted by the authorities for
some time. To ecuro exemption
Irotn the provisions of the segrega
tion act, he established himmelf in n
giuss house in the bush, w hero there
1 u dense mass ut vegetation, so
ttiat his dwelling place was well .ou
On the morning of the '.'Mb, Police
Captain Ivitneotia, "David KTeaMrhn,
another policeman, and a relative of
the leper went to the place of Ka
lama's retreat to capture him. Find
ing the door shut, they started n
parley with the man inside. He
told them to go away, that he did
not want them there. Kimcona
tried the door and found it secured
inside. The parley was continued
with a view to getting the man out.
The talk had not proceeded far rherr
the observed the mii7.le or a ritlu
pushing its way through the wall.
ICimconn stood off about ten feet from
the house, where he was shot, hit by
tour bullets, all tnking effect in thu
left breast, any one of which was
sufficient to have killed him. Kea
loha came to , lilt him up. More
shots followed irr quick succession,
one striking Kealoha, taking away
the inner muscle of the lower right
arm, then entering the right side
passed along toward the left, and
taking a turn, lodged in the lleslry
part of the left side, whence it was
extracted by the government physi
cian, Dr. l.indlcy.
Kimeona's body was brought down
late at night, bv a party of volun
teers from Kailua. An inquest was
held and a verdict returned in ac
cordance w ith the facts. Kealoha
is in a critical condition but is ex
pected to recover. On Sunday
morning, a posse of constables, in
cluding several specials, went out to
search for the murderer.
Yesterday evening the employees
of the Daily Bullitin waited on
Mr. Walter Hill, nt his residence,
Leleo, and presented him with Web
ster's Unabridged Dictionary, edi
tion of 1890, and a bronze and wal
nut stand for holding the book. A
complimentary address from "the
boys" recalled the harmonious rela
tions which had always existed be
tween them and the founder of the
Bulletin. Mr. Hill verbally reci
procated the friendly sentiments.
Music and refreshments closed in a
NOTICE Is hereby given that at a
meeting of the Hhareholders of
tho Dailt Bullki is Puulisiidjo Co.,
(L'd), held on the 30th September,
1890, it was oted unanimously, that the
Charter of Incoiporutlun dated 1'litli
.September, lfiyo, granted to the Corpo
ration under tho Laws of the Hawaiian
Kingdom, bu accepted, and that the
Corporation thereupon organized Itself
under the Raid Charter, electing the
W. Hill President & Secretary,
Vice-President & Ti easiuer.
Notice is also given, that pursuant to
thu teruiB of the Charter no stockholder
shall be Individually liable for the debts
of the Corporation be) oud the amount
which may be due upon the share or
shares owned bv him.
C"i! lie Secretary.
NOTICK Is hereby gheri that that
piece of property ou King street,
opposite the juuctlou of King street and
the Prison road, belonglug to the estate
of D. Manaku, and at pioscnt occupied
by M. de Quadtos, lias been bought
from the administrator of said estate,
by the said M. de (Juiulros, who uow
holds full right arid possession of said
M. de QUA DUOS.
Unirolrjlrr. Sept. 'J9, 181)0.
AsHlyrnoe'B Notice to Cr'e
ilitors. THE undersigned, assignee hi bank
ruptcy of the estate of Itlchard
Cayford of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby
give notice to all the creditors who hae
proved their claims against the said
bankrupt Estate, that he has submitted
to Mr. Justice, Dlckerton his llual ac
count with said estate, and has filed the
said account In the ofllce of the Clerk of
tho Suprcnie Court, pei punitory to ttio
payment to creditors of a llr.it and final
And that on WEDNESDAY, October
15. 1690, at 10 o'clock a. ii., he will
apply to said Justleo for a settlement of
his account as such assignee, and for a
discbargo from all liability.
D AVID PAYTOX,
Ai-sJKiico. of the Bankrupt Estate of
Honolulu, bejit, UP, J8W. 072 3t
A Gore for Influenza !
DM, LOZIER'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
DIAL, one of the host remedies
ever pnipurcd for coughs, iiMhma, lung
and oluut tionljlii, null a great relief to
wliooplug cough anil iluuiit iiffectloii,
AhU fur Ur, Lojisr' lUyyallan Cherry 0pr
dlil sold at '
And HKNSON, SMITH A C0
I ilml jniir "C'lmny Ciiiillul" thu lnNt
iiiciIIhIiiii wn Iiiimi hut iM'd fur PiiuglHi
I'tililw inn) lung nimble. All ( our N
H'lll lli' Mil illlUT. I II Mi IIPllilllK )n III
inj nw ii (mull), Yuiiijlii'lj'..,..,
'.'; A i IJM rt I 'In i
MaiitKiir luiJiulii fiugii uu.
Regular Cash Sale !
AT lO O'CLOCK A M .
Atruy Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at i'ubllc Auction,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
nr(iccrit'M, KWc, Etc.
A)o, the contents of two l ctjvn citttti.
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Cane Seat t'lialis,
Kte , Kte.. Kte.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
By D. Howard Hitchcock.
On FIUDAY, October rd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At the ait rooms of the Pacific Hard
ware Co , I will -cll at Public Aiulloii
without letenc. the collection of
Py Mr. I). Ilowaul llltihcock.
tW The Paintings arc now on exhi
bition. ESS KciiiBiiibui this s-.ile 1- lcgnrtllchS
J AS. F. MOItGAX,
072 2t Auctioneer.
For Port Townsend.
Trie KunI Nulling; Hark
Will leave for .iboe port on or about
Sattirusiy, Oct. 4tli.
("Good passenger aecommodiitlon.
Theo. H. DAVIE3 & Co.,
Ostrich Notice !
YlalTOItSaiu enucitcil not to enter
the paddocks wheie the buds aie
kept, nor to tease the bird", not to pull
their fcttbeiM. .some birds ate sitting,
the other arrived on Ihu lilth instant,
require test ami nhould notbcdlstiiibcd.
They can all be seen fiom the cntianee
wheio visitoih will always be welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1800. Dt, l lm
HPIIK undcislgued hac this day
JL formed a copartner ship for the
purpose of dcaUus In hiiv. urarii, etc.,
under the name of the California Feed
Co. T. .1. KING,
J. N. WKIGI1T,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 1R00. I.(U tf
Meeting of Stockholders.
NOTICE is hereby glcn that a ftpo
eial meeting of the stoukhohlcis
of the Oahu Kailway & Land Co. will
be held at the olllcc of the Company on
WEDNESDAY, October 8, 18'JO, at 3
o'clock i. m., for the pur poc of autho
rizing the issue of Bonds on the Ter
minal, Waianao and Koolau Dhislons.
By older of the Pi evident.
W. G. ASHLEY,
CC4 td Sccieiary.
T" THING mv temporal y
XJ from the Kingdom Chns.
der will aet in all buslnesb matters of
the lit in of Wilder Co.
W. C. WILDEIt.
Honolulu, Sept. iG, 1800. (Jti8 2w
ALL shooting of game on the lauds of
KahaulM, Moaualua, Halawa, Aiea
and Kalauao. District of Konu, Oahu, is
strictly f ot bidden. Anyone found tres
passing on the above lauds will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
JOHN M. DOWSKT V,
HAKHY M. WH1TNJ:Y,
K. I. SJ'ALDING,
A. .I.CA-RTWJilCillT, .lit..
Lessees of Shooting Hlghts.
JHODKJQUES of Kuan, Jlnn, liav-
lug made an alignment of bis
property to the undeinlgned for the
beuuflt of his ciedltois, notice Is huieby
glyetr that nil chains against him must
),o presented (o tho iinileiMgned wllhlu
three montis frorrr date, and all peisuns
indebted to said J, Ilodihirres me. re
ruiostcd to make immediate payment to
the undersigned at his olllcc In Mono
lulu, M. A. OONhALVKS,
lloniilulu, Kiipt, 21, 18H0, 1:1:7 tf
X1! ut hu III II, IllMHi; IIIIMI
inline mi u
luiiiiinnl iii Ailliur Tlhlo, id luilmlu.
Ill clillliu iiniilli-i Ihu ui HiiIhi hum hu
H'lii in Hin i,hi A. TH'hii, idlei lining
i nl) uniiiii in, wllliliisln nimul). Imum
i uu in lliey will ImfiiU'Wi bill i in), All
I I'llllllil III lllll Willi H.lllll Illl) II'III'
U iiiulit liiiiniiillitlti iMivimiiii 111 ihulr
in uiiiwimitf 10 1 vw Jia. ti'i" m. !
uiily.ui ui Uii' iilllwi ul T II. luilvt i,
UU11 111 IIUUUIUIUi.
$838 bE? Si 8
(WCJiKAlBto A. 8SeCWBY, K'rcviUcHt.
ittSr For full particulats apply to
fe. J. .S-JOiSSil,
Dec-21.811 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
TRUNKS & VALISES.
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
Groceries, Feed Stuffs,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL, V KVW
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS, OJWM
SHEET LEAD, d$W$
CIIAI5COAL TIN PLATES, (&
Kurosfno Oil-" ALOHA." vWgjg0
FERTILIZERS: -Ohleudori's Dissolved Permian Guano, Ohlendoif's Special Cine .Maiinie.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual destrojerof Potato, Cotton & Canker Woitrrs, Klc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: IH'Mtoys all Noxious Weeds & Senilis.
BAGS:-Sut!in, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Ihuhraclng the latent Inipiovemcnts in material and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe,
hhoitlj el)ectcil n
line line of
TnfflUIblo for renewing, Invigorating and
beautifying the hntr, removing ecurf, dunilrull,
and all affections of the ucnlp, and curing erup
tions ot the sklu, diseases of the glands, muscles
and Integuments, uud relieving eUngs, cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc. The affinity between the
membrancB which constitute the skin and the
hair which draws its sustenance from thfs triple
em elope la very close. All diseases of tho hair
originate lu tho skin of the head If tho pores
of the scalp arc clogged, or If the blood and other!
fluids do not circulate freely through the email
vessels which feed the roots with moisturo and
Impart lifo to the fibres, the result la ecurf,
dandruff, shedding of tho hair, grayncss, dryness
and harshness of tho ligaments, and entire bald'
nees, as tho case may be. Stimulate tbo skin to
healthful action u ith Ilarry'n Trlcoplicr-
our, and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, wilt annihilate the discaec. In all
affections of tho skin and of the nubstrata of,
muscles and integuments the process and the
effect arc the same. It is upon tiie skin, the
mucnlar fibre, and tho elands that Uarrv'M
Trlcopliorous has its specific action, andu
in all affections and injuries of these organs it
is a eo creign remedy.
Boyarc or Counterfeit.
Xrom tlio fliealrst Living Pi imii Donna,
Jludamc Adcllu 1 I'atll Nlcollnl,
MoNTevmEo. July 30Ui. 18S3.
ME8ns IHiiclay & Co , Ken York.
lltnr btis:i. laho pie ieuto in announcing to
jou that BAitm V tiamuA WAitnisonoof the
fnvurt clesalwiystobofoiindou my dressing
lbr'. Jn my toiiopptlou It I oni' ut tho iitst of
toilet wau.11. unu tor trio Liatn It Is not only de
llcione, out rcucuuiiig una invigoraung. J
recommcau It wltuoat rcsen e.
Ztnt. iaLti&' '&&,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
001 Diliibutinjj Agents. Tim
TI KECXOltS :
Sill W. .L V. IlAYNKS, It.ll t., Cll.lll llltlll,
(director of Loudon Joint Stock
C. A. I'ar.scorr, Ejq., Oivi. Chnliiiinn,
(.of ilessid 1jil-coU, Cac, BiiMmu.
Loilo .fc Co.)
Iliutuuitr Bnooivs, 1:m.
(l)nccior of Hie Bank of England).
J. 1', Orjititn:, V.n.
(.Dhecror of llui Bunk of England).
W. O. t tutus. Kmj,
(Ulicciorof (lie I.oudon i. IlniiM'iitlo
B, It Uuhum;, Kmi.
(Ilipuiorpf lire' Bank of Ihigliiml).
(nl .Meekid, Blyth, (Jiceiic, Jouidalii
.V Co )
J, O. an'on, V.hi.
(Ulicciorof the Xiitlotml I'ioIiiiiIiiI
Hunk of KuL'laud).
It B. Waiii;, i;fi,
(lihccioi uf tlu Nmlnniil i lnvliil
Haul, of Kiigluml),
(),(J, Maiikmo, ;ii,
I!. P. X(h:i Uhi, '
V,,, Wai.kiiii, ;.i,
Hill. , I, I'll'KI.Muililliii) uf ihu Colli
liuMyiinilMiiiMKui nf lln I'd 11 h)mit
HnUiiK hwui ujiiiuinhul AiJ!tvr
ul Iim ulioiu I'uiiiiuiJy, uu aiu lufu'
luuu) In Mllwl Iti.uiwiii'tuul luttWH IUU
0. mm 1 30H8.
ISSUED BY Till-:
OF WIJ3W YORK
: : : :
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware
.J APANBW IS
Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
. -. -"-"S'----nCTT rv ajuv jujj.
Without a IJival
One-third tho Price of the
c7" X Aivirrn of :t;5 1'cr Cent in Cost
". . , "Jv''"JTWJTMaLfctBUM.M
Having rei.iovul our SODA WOJIKH to more coin.uotlioius qurufaw at
JVo. SO FO V&rJK? JSrJ?i- SffiaETC,
f Near the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared lo furnish at short notice, anil of prime rmnlily any
of tlio following High Cl.iss Aerated Beverages:
Plain, iiwiist, Lomon, Strawberry or Cran Ui
Sursaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT PUilE WATER SYSTEA'.
WAI1LAE BREIDIIG RAICH
Tlio following Fine Animals will
stand for bor vice at the ranch, Wuiulne:
Two Nativo Stallions
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
l''i' Mulcliiir lint.
eon hai.i: at
A, L. SMITH'S,
115(1 Illl FoiUticnt.
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY,
'IIUUIIKU OI' -
PIANO, ORGAN anil SIK61NG,
Ciiuln II1111.0, Niiiuhiu Amiiiiic,
wu,w ixx'fMtilxriJfFf&''f' gx.';""' iiffM
SADDLERY vt HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS A. CROtUKT SETS,
RUBBER COATS A. OIL SUITS,
FLAOS, FLt)WEI POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Cutters & (Lane Knives.
to this trade.
in Price & Quality !
Housekeeper Should "Use It f
and Quality the Vciy Best,
HENRY DAVIS & C.O.,
Exclusive Agents for the HsiWAihin IhIiuhIb.
Al! Horses H.ept
Stallions of various breeds.
Jlares with or without foal
lloratw for nny purpose.
A Skilful Ureaker and Trainer is em
ployed ou tho ranch.
BQy- Satisfaction Ir guaranteed lu,
breaking mid training hoises.
PAUL IR. iSENBERC.
A NATURAL Mlueiirl Watr.
nalu only by
W. S, LUOK,
Sole Agent it Iinpoiiei for iho lla
wailun IhIiiiiiN, ri'.'it It
plllJW Mnllny'H .V
J Niiliunl l.i'iif Tnl
llinlluuti tlittw luir tnlmccu iniiiln. For
wiln liy IIOM.IhTKKttROi
Miss JESSIE P liRADEN,
mil Hi a 'ii
'Bw'ipipw j)- ai HBiRmHp