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UAllA' ISUlvl JfiftJij s IjONoLULU, If. I,., OGTOJjlfil? , Itsiiu.
lli'iny W. Ali'ltiloeli h.m till tiny
been npixiintvil S5uiciintendt'itl of
Public Woiks, vice William K. Ho
C. X. Sl'F.NOUH.
Minulei of the Interior.
Inteiim Otliee, Oct. 1, 1S!0.
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
TllXptlJ ! nl' llif l.lHllll'l ol It. nil II,
The books of tlio Tax Assessor for
tile District of Kona, lland of Oaliu,
will lie open for inspection liy pei
sons liable to luxation, from .Septem
ber 20th to October 1, 1800. Sundays
excepted, in the ICapuuiwu lliiihling,
between the hours of 5) o'clock in the
foicnoon and 1 o'clock in the after
noon. T. A. 1,1.0 YO,
Deputy Tux Asn'smu Di-trici of
Komi, Island of Oaliu.
Astessor and Collector of Taxes First
Division. (!l!:t td
IfONOMJM!, H. I., Aug. i), 1800.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those puyiug Water Kates, til thereby
notified (but the Intuit, for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
C o 8 o'clock a. m., and -I to (.o'clock
Ciias. 15. WILSON,
Supt. llono. Water Works,
(!. N. .Si'i:N('i:i!,
Minister of thelnteiior.
'1? SJ J5
a tin ilSultef in
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1890.
There is more or less doubt in the
minds of many whether Rep. While
was using a sarcasm against 11a
waiians or foreigners when he de
clared yesterday in the House that
the natives "were Christians like the
i est of them."
The gubernatorial election cam
paign has opened in California, with
the advantage on the Democratic
side. The l'epublicans, however,
are confident they will elect their
candidate. California palters of both
sides express the hope the campaign
will be a "clean" one. Here Ha
waii is nble to give California a poli
tical pointer, vi. : It is better to
have a "dirty" campaign, la
California, with patriotic acquies
cence in the result, than to have a
"clean" campaign, a la Hawaii,
followed by a persistent attempt of
an unpatriotic faction to injure the
whole country in order to solace de
feat. "Dirty" patriotism is prefer
able, in other words, to ".clean"
It is not often the poor are re
galed by seeing the rich attempting
to pull one another's ears. The
plebeians of California arc at pres
ent enjoying such entertainment.
Some of California's "great rich
men" are at it tootti and nail, finan
cially as well as politically. The
Huntington-Stauford fight promises
to be a fierce one. It is alleged
Huntington has pursued Stanford
unremittingly and has put him in a
very questionable light before the
State, as an unscrupulous man who
used the money and intlucnce of the
Central Pacific Railway to further
bis own interests. A Stanford-Ciockcr-Hopkins
combination is now
on foot to oust Huntington fiom the
presidency of the Central Pacific in
favor of Colonel Crocker.
In politics the Sharon faction
comes out in opposition to lliu re
election of Senator ,1. P. Jones from
Nevada, Tliu scheme is to oust him
lit favor of Frank G, New lands u
lawyer and aon-Iii-Iaw of lliu Into
Mr, Sharon, Senator Jones has u
Hpli'iidld reputation throughout tho
woi hi im nit iiuUiorlly on tliu Hllvur
iiiiiHt(iii, nnd It would curlutnly bo
n iititloiml loay to ri'iltn lilm with
tin ii!nsi(iliim'cij mini, Ill,u litwyor
SohIuihIni who, lo Ki'ciiru iojmil
iri)furiiitnli liiitHltttniliul liiy jiiillllcnl
Mill Hill) Wlliuvwl U) III" bliiln of
U l JjJIjW lii'i lumvviijj uWuli
pJUii jlQJJJMlJJ! lU till' IM
lyyiiifiitffifujip iwiiwiimh jiiiiiM
of the state or district In which they
stand for election. In Hawaii wo
:vic unfortunately saddled with u
law which allows unpopular nnd un
lit caiuliilalcs to impose themselves
upon any district, with Hltlu or no
lioulih', Tlu evil oppnttuniliet of
this xydem arc taken advantage of
by both political demagogues ,ni
llunui'ial rings, as may lie ulii at
any time by taking a glance within
the Legislative Assembly.
Ill loll!'. .HUH), C. ,1.
TnrusDAY, Oct. '2nd.
In ic bankruptcy of .LA. Dower
ot Honolulu, O.ihu, bankruptcy per
se. Proof of claims and election ot
assignee; It claims presented and
pioed amounting to S 1 ,"8!.7!l. W.
C. I'arke declared elected nsii;neo
to act under Si 000 bond.
itr.roiiK uor.i: .i.
In ie estate of lloahu (w.) of
Honolulu, Oaliu, deceased. Petition
of lvelo (w.) for Probate of will and
that letters testamentary be issued
to her. Continued from yesterday.
Heard and decision reserved. A.
Hosa for petitioner; J. L. Kauliikou
London September 1(5. A pri
vate letter recently received from
Robcit Louis Stevenson gives an
interesting description of an accident
happening to his effects during the
trii between Samoa and Auckland,
which nearly resulted in a serious
loss. The vessel on which Steven
son was a passenger caught fire in
the cabin. The sailors seized upon
movable articles that had become
ignited and hastened to pitch them
overboard. Mrs. Stevenson, who
was standing on deck watching the
progress of the fire and preparing to
leave the vessel when necessary, saw
two of the crew dragging from be
low a large burning box and pre
pare to hurl it into the sea. Recog
nizing it in an instant as a bos be
longing to her husband, Mrs.
Stevenson sprang forward with a
cry of dismay, seized the nearest
man by the arm and begged him to
prop it. . lie did so, and after being
deluged with water the box was
saved. It contained all of Steven
sou's unfinished manuscripts, the
result of many months' hard work,
among them being a story he has
written by order for a prominent
magazine and for which lie is to re
ceive i'1000, as well as a great por
tion of the history of Samoa.
Information from Shanghai an
nounces that colcra is spreading
everywhere." "Thousands and
thousands of natives are dying
of cholera in hhanghai and the s-ur-rounding
towns and cities. The
disease has become so prevalent that
all the foreigners who can get away
are leaving by every steamer. In
certain districts of Shanghai, where
the poorer classes live, the deaths
arc so numerous that it is quite im
possible to give tho dead a decent
burial. The day we left funerals
were to be seen on every sheet and
Constantinople, Septcmbei 1.").
Moussa Hey, the Kurdish Governor
of Armenia who was sentenced to
exile for the outrages perpetrated
by him upon Christians in that pro
vince, and who escaped from custody
some time ago, has been captured
near Uroussa, lifty-seven miles
southeast of Constantinople. He
broke one of his legs in attempting
to escape from the police.
Rio Janeiro, September 15. Tho
elections for members of the Consti
tuent Asseralily to which tho new
constitution is to be submitted have
commenced. The Public is apathe
tic. The Catholics are active. The
old parties generally abstain from
voting. There was some disorder
Rio Janeiro, September 17. The
official announcement is made that
the elections are finished, and the
majority secured by the Government
proves conclusively that the people
are in favor of the maintenance of
Suakin, Sept. 19. Cholera has
broken out among the Italian forces
at Massowali. Osman Digna has
arrived at Ilandoub and threatens to
The celebrated Alhambra at Gra
nada caught fire on the night of
Sept. Ifith, and before they could
be extinguished the flames had en
tirely destroyed the greater part of
the Arab Palace, including the Hall
of the AhencerragcB, the Court of
Lions and the wonderful Mirador dc
la Renin. The loss is irreparable.
Two firemen were injured by falling
A telegram from the Governor of
Granada to the Minister of tliu In
terior stales that a portion of tint
Alcazar and tho grand gallery to the
right of tliu Court of Arrnynes wore
consumed. The ccntial fountains
In the courtyard wura tho salvation
of tlm rest of tho edllloo, Kight
imthqiih were Injured, two buijoiisly,
Tlio jlro lusted four hours and h ho.
Unveil to Imvu been Urn wirlj of mi
Incendiary, At u umiiidll of Mnu.
tern liuld Unlay Jt win rwolvwl Iiip
iiii'illnlely In iiibtoiu tlm poilloiiH of
tliu holloing (hill liiiyulinm i(n.loy.
ci finluiiiuunl, i iNiiiiMully niut.
nl llmt invlll nM S7i,iioo In innitlr
lliu iKmlontt or lliu Allntiiilru nlilcli
iv,,, , Jiilimmul In, llin liikl llio M'l.U
ivcifi ilitippi) liy Hi" Inn lliu
nun mm mmy w mumi
q; Uii liruuiurv ujIJiijUi will Jim
lUWill lilt' jfjIIUlSfJUjUVUf UJWlb
Kb fiiDiWiU) u iub will ul imlw iujj
what litis been destroyed Is attempt
ed, for the reason that, tho loss is
irreparable. New walls and corri
dors can be supplied, but modern
ait cannot duplicate the peculiar
beauties of the original.
l'ans, September 17. A dispatch
from Home announces the huiried
departure of troops for Caramanco,
a small town seventeen miles south
west of Chicli, on the Adriatic,
where (500 armed peasants seized
and pillaged the Town Hull and at
the same time destroyed all the re
cords. The cause of the rioting is
said to be against the Imposition of
Vienna, September IT.. The woik
of blowing up what is called the
"Iron Hate of the Danube," the
gieat rocky pass on the Servian
border, through which a navigable
channel was cut many yeais ago,
London, .September 10. The
Austrian warship Taurus, with a
crew of sixty-nine men and four
olllcers, has foundered in the lilack
London, Sept. 10. Advices from
Accra state that Crippec chiefs have
deputized the Governor of the Gold
Coast to protest against the transfer
of their country to Germany. The
Crippees at Vosee resisted and de
feated a German force, wounding
several of them.
The servant's room, at tho icsi
dence of Mr. Lose, Beretania street,
was burglarized last evening, and
some money stolen. The money was
in a satchel, and the thief or thieves
not knowing the proper way to open
it, tore It apart at the sides and at
one end. The room was rummaged
in the search for valuables but noth
ing besides the money was found.
The following should have appear
ed in the report of yesterday morn
ing's session of the Legislature.
After the minutes were read:
Minister Peterson rose to a ques
tion of privilege and contradicted
the statement by Rep. Rush the
previous day, to the effect that 'he
(the Attorney-General) drew up the
constitutional convention bill. The
statement was untrue.
The Directory and Handbook of
the Kingdom of Hawaii (third is
sue) has been received. It contains
000 pages and a large number of in
terleaved advertisements. The book
has been handsomely printed and
well bound by the Press Publishing
Co., Oakland, California. A direc
tory is almost indispensable to a
large business community, and the
editor, Mr. J. C. Lane, and propria
etcr, Mr. N. F. Rurgess, arc to be
commended for their enterprise in
getting out this Hawaiian Directory.
New Hawaiian Directory
lyoit i Bfo-M.
Diieetoiy Is now to tie
J. obtained at tin'
stoic Of JlL'.-,SS.
ucumiii, Smith & Co.
07:1 2w N. F. 1WUGKSS.
fPHK Dwelling and Ilea Ml -
mi uiniimis neionginir
to II. rtiemcuselineider, on
Puuchbowl streel. Iinjiiiie of
07:t 2w W. O. SMITH.
TO LET or LEASE
A COTTAGE on King
street, with 7 rooms,
Including kitchen, inc.; arte
sian well water; stable and outhouses.
07a tf At E. O. Hall & Sou's.
NOTICE Is hereby given that at a
mectiug of the shareholders of
the Daily Bui.i.kii.n Puiu.isniNn Co.,
(L'd), held on the 30th September,
1800, It was voted unanimously, that the
Charter of Incorporation dated 2(itk
September, 1HJ10, granted to the Corpo
ration under the Laws of tl)e Hawaiian
Kingdom. Im aceepfetj, and that the
Corporation thereupon organised jtselt
under the said Cliartur, electing the
following oflleers :
W. Hill President & Secretary,
Vice-President Jb Ti easurcr.
Notice is also given, that pursuant to
the terms of tlm Charter no stockholder
shall bo Individually liable for tho debts
of theCoiporatlon hejoiid the amount
which may be due upon the share or
share owned by lilm.
072 !lt Seeietury.
rPH) liidcsgiicd have this day eu
JL icieil Into a rppartncixliln under
the linn uauin of 'Pleicp it llmvell,"
for the pm pose of currying on lie
liiisliion of iiccounliuith, cnllcrlniR ami
H. r:. PIKROK,
A. ,M. IJKWKTT.
Honolulu, Oct, 1, IH',10. 117;' -it
NDTK )v in Ih'H'Id' hIvi'ii llml llil
jiiriMif piniieii) on Mug kliMitl.
iiioln llm Jiiuellnii id Miigidimil ami
f)m I'lbmi iii'Hi lii'luiigliiK in lliu "Jul"
ol l, MnuMb tjiwl l , imumi iirmiph'i
)i' M. ie 0iiiiii(i, Unit Imi'Ii, lioiiwhl
iidJllnitiiinliilwiijltii'nf mill, iwniiii,
b.illl'tlliJJ, III' I lUill, aid iiiih
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
By D. Howard Hitohcock.
On FRIDAY, October ttrcl,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. .11.,
At the art rooms of the Pncltle Hnnl
w sue Co , I will sell nt Public Auction
without receive, the collection of
1'y.Mr. I). Howard Hitchcock.
tW'l'lie l'.iiiillngs :uc now mi exhi
bition. ULSf lie mumher this sale ! regaulless
J AS. F. MORGAN,
For Port Townsend.
The KuhI Nulling llui'h
iTP.u. ...,- )
Will leave for above pott on or about,
Saturday, Oct. 4 tli.
tc-Good pasenger iiccominoiliilioii.
Theo. H. DAVIES .Co.,
071 St ' ' Agents.
Yl!?lTOKSaie entreated not to enter
tlie paililnckK wlieie the buds an
kept, not to tense the lihds, nol in pull
their feathers. Same bird me silting,
the others :u lived on the lUtli instant,
requite lest and should iioMiedistiubcd.
They can all lie seen from the entrance
where visitors will alwavs be welcomed.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 18!I0. (ii;:i lni
THE undersigned have this day
formed a eopaitnen-hip for the
purpose of dealing in hay. Kiani, etc.,
under the name ot tliu California Feed
Co. T. J. KING,
.1. N. WRIGHT,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 1S!I0. Ml tf
Meeting of Stockholders.
NOTK'K Is lieieby given that a spe
cial meeting ot the stoel.holilers
of the Oaliu Railway & Land Co. will
bo held at the olllce of the Company on
WEDNESDAY, October 8, 1K!)0, at 3
o'clock r. m., for the piupoic of autho
rizing the issue of Itondi on the Ter
minal, W.'ihiuae and ICoolau Divisions.
By older of the Picsideiit.
W. G. ASHLEY,
(101 td Secretary.
DURING my temporal y absence
from tho Kingdom Chas. T. Wil
der will act in all business matters of
the firm of Wilder & Co.
W. O. WILDER.
Honolulu, Sept. 2G, 1800. 008 2w
ALL shooting of game on the lands of
Katiaiiiki.jMoanaliia, Ilalawa, Aiea
and Kalauao. District of Kona, Oaliu, Is
strictly forbidden. Anyone found ties
passing on the above lands will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
JOHN M. DOWSICTT,
HARRY M. WHITNEY,
E. I. SPALDING,
Lessees of Shooting Hights.
07 1 Iw
JRODRIQUES of Ciiau, 31aui, hav-
lug made an assignment of Ids
property to the undersigned for the
bcncllt of his creditors, notice is hereby
given that all claims against him iiuibt
lie presented to the undersigned within
three months from date, and all persons
Indebted to said J. Rodriuues aie re
quested to make immediate, payment to
Die undersigned at his olllce in Hono
lulu. . M. A. GONSALVES,
Honolulu, Sept. 24, 1800. liii7 tf
NOTICE Is hereby gjven that Sabo,
of Koliala. having made an as
signment to Arthur Tibhs, of Kohala,
all claims against the said Sabo must lie
sent to the said A. Tilths, after lieln
duly sworn to, within six months fiom
date or they will be foi over barred. All
debtors of the said Bubo arc reipiested
to make Immediate payment of their
Indebtedness lo the said A. Tibbs at Ko
hala, or at tho olllce of T. II. Davles &
Co., In Honolulu.
Ai-slgnco of Estate of Huho.
Kohala, Sept. 18, 1800. tiliil Ot
Assignee's Notice to Cre
ditors. THE undersigned, assignee in bank
ruptcy of the estate of Klchaid
Cuyfoiil of Honolulu, Oaliu, luueby
give iioilcoto all lliu eicdltois who have
nioved their eliilniH against the said
liuiikrupt Kaliitn, thut Im has submitted
lo Mr, ilindlcu lllckciton his llnal ac
count with Mid oxlale. mid has lllud Um
nald account In the olllce of tlm Ulcil; of
llmritipit'liieCouihimipiiratnry to lliu
piiymmil in cicilltor. of a iliM ami ilnal
And llud mi WK.DNIWDAY. Oclnher
It. IMtHI, at in ii'i'lncl, A, II, , hit ill
imply In nilil pIiimIimi fur a h'lllcniiiiii of
hu ui'i'iimi) im inh !itfiioii, mill fui' i
jIIm'Iiiiikh nun all
AMltfiirp of lint i nl,i npi i.imii
Itflll'P of II
1 1 in in 1 1 i in
lii. 00, ihuu. utUi
Cash Assets, : :
D&" Kor full particulars apply to
L1NOLKUM, CARPKT &
TRUNKS & VALISKS,
HATS & CAPS,
ROOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KcroNuiin Oil41 AliOll
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlemloif's Dissolved IVimlait (Juano, Ohlcmlorf's Special Cane .Manuic
LONDON PURPLEi-Effeclual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Wouns, i:te.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destioys all Xoxhms Weeds A; Scrubs.
BAGS:-Suj:ar.Riee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest improvements in inateiial and teMnie.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, IMpe Fittings, Ete., Rte.
Shortly expected a
line Hue of
Tnfalllblo for renewing, lnvlgoratlns audi
beautifying the batr, removing scurf , dandruff,
and all affections of the scalp, and curing erup
tions of the sklu, diseases of the glands, diukIcs
aud Integuments, and rcllcUng stings, cuts.
bruises, nprauiB, etc. Tho affinity between the
membranes which constitute the skin and the
hair which draws its sustenance from this triple
envelope Is very close All diseases of the hair
originate lu the skin of the head. Jf the pores
of the scalp arc clogged, or if the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho small
vessels which feed the roots with moisture and
impart life to the fibres, the result 1b ecurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, grayness, dryness
aud harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as the case may be. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action u Ith Ilarry Trlcopher
oui, nud tho torpid vessels, recovering their
uclhlty, will annihilate the disease. In all
uflcrtlons of tho skin and of the substrata of
muscles aud integuments the process and the
effect are tho eaino. It la upon the ekln, the
muscular fibre, and tho elands that Barn's
TrlcopIterouH has its sjieclflc action, and !
In all affections aud injuries of these organs it
is a sovereign remedy.
Bcivaro of Counterfeits
.From the Greatest Living Prima Donna,
Madame AJelina Patti-Klcoliul.
Montevideo. JulvSOth. 1RR4.1
HE8SRB. JJAIICI.AT Ci UU., new xurjE.
. . a. n.. , -.r T. E
Dear airs:i tuuo pieasuro in announcing to
ou that Uiuhy's Floiiiua WATERlsoneof the
ew articles always to bo found on my dressing
case, in my conception ic is one or mo neat or
toilet waters, una lor ino uatn it is not only De
licious, but refreshing nud Invigorating, I
recommend it without reserve.
HOLLISTER &, CO.,
Cfill Dibti Hinting Agculb. Im
Capital, : ; ; $6,000,000.
Assets, : : : $9,000,000,
Ol llJi!J'X, W j
Sin W. ,T. W. lUvNra, ltait,.rhaiim.iu,
(Dilcctor of Loniliin ,loiut Stock
C. A. IMiKSCorr, Esij., Dei', (.'hahnian,
(.of JleBsrs, l'icsciitt, (,'ae, Jluxtun,
Lode it Co.)
IlKltllKltr ItltOOKS, Epij.
(I)ueetorof the Haul, of England).
J, 1. Otiititii:, Em).
(Oheetor of lliu Haul, of England).
W. ('. Cunt is, Emi.
(I)heetnrof lliu London it Haiiseatle
II, 11. (jIukkni:, Emi.
(Dlreeiorof the JiiinK of England).
I", 0ii:i:nk, Emi,
(uf MeaM-H. Hlyth, flicciie, Joiuilahi
V Co j
,1, O, IIanhon, Em,
(l)hccioi'of ilm Xatlnnal I'mhIiicIiiI
lliiuK of Kiigland),
It II. Wai.i;, l!i,
(l)licctonif ihu NiiIIoihiI hovlni'lul
lliiiih u( UiikIihiiI),
O.O. .Maiimii), i;.ii,
K, I-'. Niici,, ;.i, '
I'. A. WAi.iii:u, ;i,
ritM.il. IMi'lilh.ririicliuy u( ic Ciim.
miiyiuiiMiiiiiiH',i'iif I lit' I'liu Mi'piul-
tvilnjliiK lii'i'ii initiiiliiiuil AuiiM
ill ( lit' iilim'ii I'liiiiitlifi, wo uin nutt
luiiily liii'liiii liiiii'(jiiniiji Iuum iui)i
I). I- Siill)' t SONS,
ISSUED 11Y THE
oar tv sew "voif!:
Wilhont a Kival
One-third the Price of the
hup .ip.iiui(;iii.i.in'ru'iii in i;isi
55 1 (im
HVflnm s iGft a nnn n m, m m m m n . -.
llavii.K ii.iiii.vinI our SODA WOKKH to more coi..,noilio,.s .,,illrter. at
!. SO XOJEfi-'J? STKEET,
(Near the CiHtnm Mouse)
We sue now picpainl to furnish at short notice, and of piinii) qualify, any
ul" the following High Class Aoiulcd llcvcrngcj,:
Plain, swat, Linn, Stmtay or Cream Soda,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Ueing exclusively tlm HYATT I'fJJtE WATER SYSTEV.
OLLISTER & CO..
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
The following Flue Animals will
stand for service at the ranch, Wniulae:
Two Native Stallions
i ! MiiKiuir HatH.
I'lllC KAI.i: AT
A, L. SMITH'S,
Foil Ml eel
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY,
PIANO, ORGAN and SIKCING,
Hugh' imii, Kiiiniiui AM'iMiu,
JJutUUMi JJ. I.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS CROQUET SETS,
RURRER COATS & OIL SUITS,
KLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED RRICIv, ETC.
Chair Cu Iters & t ;uie KniveH.
to this tindc.
in Price & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Use It !
and (jualily the Veiy lt(.t,
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Em'Iumvo Agents for Die Huwniiau lnl:iinl.-.
All Horses Kept
Stallions of various breeds.
Mures with or without foal.
UorscR for any purpose.
A Skilful Ureaker and Trainer Is em
ployed ou the ranch.
t- Satisfaction Is guaranteed In
breaking and training horsen.
PAUL R. ISENBERC.
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