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JMILY UUMWTIN: HONOLULU, JbL J,, OCTOBER 7, mill).
Lenac of Government Land at
On WUDNESDAY, XouMuher 12,
185)0, ut 12 o'clock noon, at tho fionl
etiliauce of Aliiulani Hale will be
sold at public auction the lease of
the Government land of ICahikinui,
Maui, containing nn aica of 2r,()(K)
acres, nioie or less.
Term : Lease for 10 years.
Uptet juice $l,f)00 per annum,
payable vcini-annually in advance.
O. X. Sl'KXOKU,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Inteiior Oflice, Oet.7, lS'.H).
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. ft, 18W.
Holdeis of Water Privileges or
tboM" paying Water Kates, aie hereby
nolified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purpos-esaie from
(5 to S o'clock A. M., and I to 0 o'clock
Chas. n. WILSON,
Sunt, lfono. Water Woiks,
0. X. Sphxckr,'
Minister of the Inteiior.
1" 11 .15
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, OCT. 7, 1890.
We have received a communica
tion purporting to be from the
"Kdilor of the Friend," although
no responsible name accompanies
the document. While in violation
of our rule, we shall take the re
nponsihility of publishing this com
munication in its regular order, as
it. refers to editorial comments made
in the IJui.i.ktin of last Saturday,
unless Rev. S. E. Bishop denies
authorship in the meantime.
stood the HuuxTiN will not, In any
event or emergency, he allowed to
degenerate into a mere patty organ :
or to advocate in toto a party policy,
no matter howsoever plausible in
theory, if it does not propose,
through its representatives and plat
form, practical and economic mea
sures winch will equably and di
rectly advance the piosperity of our
people, and the good name and
honor of the Kingdom.
We shall at all times endeavor to
shape the work of the Uitm.ltiv so
as to carry out literally the motto
which has so long stood at the head
of this column. In so doing we
shall not hesitate to criticise severely
when necessary, or to applaud, when
the occasion justifies, the actions or
views of thobe, who may have been
in the past or may be in the future,
diametrically opposed to the Ht't.i.r.
tin in many things pertaining to so
cial, religious or political beliefs.
One word more. Our columns
will always be open, as in the past,
for comments upon both sides of
every question, and we shall always
be as happy to publish criticisms
upon our own utterances as we shall
be to publish comments agreeing
with our views.
Affairs. The acceptors wore con
lined to labor, agriculture, etc. The
understanding was that if the bill
became law the Cliiuosc merchants
here would be responsible. Ilq was
convinced that with all the machin
ery of the Government they were,
unable t3 control the Chinese labor
question. The Chinese lahoteis
were very much like Paddy's Ilea,
"you might see him, put your
thumb on mm but, when you wanted
wasn t there,
a syndicate of
People's Excursions !
o. r. & L. CO.
To Ewa Plantation!;
ISSUED BY THE
We deem the lime has arrived to
write a few words for the infoima
tion of many who are really desirous
of being informed and for the bene
fit of others who wish to place their
own construction, regardless of the
truth and facts, upon the IJui.r.c
tin's present attitude to the public
generally and to Hawaiian politics
1'irst, to those who wish to en
large the late change in the Bulle
tin's management into a political
movement, and for various reasons
seom disposed to interpret a simple
business investment as a party meas
ure, we desire to say that whatever
changes have taken place have no
political significance as far as the
Reform and National Reform parties
The Bulletin has hut one poli
tical learning sufficiently developed
to be prominently set forth, and
that is for good and economic gov
ernment for Hawaii, present and fu
ture, and the protection of the in
terests of our citizens as well as our
national reputation at home and
abroad. This course will necessa
rily bring us into conflict with any
and all personal or part3 ambitions
antagonistic in theory or practice to
the development of our resources
and the continuance of internal
peace and general prosperity.
Secondly, to those who desire in
good faith, and they arc many, to
know what position the Bullkiin
will assume in the present conflicting
state of factional and party policies,
wo wish to sa' :
Wc will stand as an independent
journal in the true sense of the
word. By independent we do not
mean that no determined political
stand will ho taken, and that we will
merely discuss the pros and cons
arising between whatever political
parties may he in the Held ; but
that our political policy will at all
times bo fully determined and a fair,
lint vigorous attack, or dnlcnse, will
l;n imulo thereon,
In doturntlnlng our policy, how.
nviir, wu shall iilwaya endeavor to
!lHt heel; lliu llJtlllltUO flltCI'Ubl of
jawuli niid the iiuiiimlliilit InlunibU
of tlm miijoilly of liur linwl-wlii'
jiuiii Ami If II Imtmiiip iimwuary
J4niiii!l!ILy ' "IhiII)' wmoiibn Uiu
iii ul uu witling iullllwjl jmily
Ui iwujiD Uii1 "Hiwlw! ijuuil Lu Uiu
iyaitil mmilii'i," u !iiill out iml
tjji) 10 llU IUi l)Ul Ul UH' lUUli' lJIIIC
J u in lu jiUb mH iWj' wiih'J
THE PLANTERS IN COUNCIL.
Yesterday's (the first day) busi
ness, of the Planters', Labor & Mip
ply Co., Was continued, after the
conclusion of the report of Mr.
Morribon on Ecrtilizers, by the pre
sentation and rending of a very able
report, the combined efforts of Hon.
II. P. Baldwin and Mr. .1. X. S.
Williams, on Manufactures-Machinery.
A short and desultory discussion
ensued on the prospects for profit in
the cultivation ol the Ramie plant.
On motion a vote of recognition
of the sci vices of lion. II. M. Whit
ney, in the matter of editing the
Planters' Monthly, was unanimously
tendered to that gentleman after
which, at i p. m., the meeting was
adjourned until ftrlii o'clock this
SIX'OND da v.
On assembling this morning the
following member were seen to be
present: C. 11. Bishop, T. R. Wal
ker, II. P. Baldwin, W. M. Giffaid,
R. Castle, R. D. Walbridge, J.
A. Marsden, R. Ilalslead, F. A.
Schncfer, 1L Mist, P. Isenberg, J.
M. Horner, F. Morrison, C. C. Bond,
L. A. Thurston, J. M. Renton jr.,
R. Fairchild and II. W. Severance.
Vice-president Artherton called
the meeting to order, at 0 : 15 sharp,
and Secretary Smith read the min
ute of the previous meeting, which,
on motion, wore duly approved.
Mr. Athcrlon stated that the
chairman of the committee on Labor
was not ready with his report on
that subject. On motion the subject
of Labor and Chinese immigration
was discussed, the basis therefor
being a bill which embodies those
subjects anil which is now being
prepared by a committee of the
Legislature for presentation to the
V. Isenberg moved that, "A reso
lution from this Company be pre
sented to the Legislative Assembly
requesting that action be taken
authorizing the appointment of com
missioners lo go to China to propose
a labor convention with the Chinese
Government in regard to Chinese
II. Mist stated that Mr. Goo Kim,
a well known Chinese resident, was
now in China and some information
on that subject could be obtained by
correspondence with him. Mr. Goo
Kim intended to remain away a year
W. O. Smith drew attention to the
action taken in 1883 and the display
of good feeling in the matter by the
Chinese Government, they would be
pleased lo have subjects come here
as they had been well treated. In
terference on the part of the British
Governor at Hongkong had caused
the failure of the plan of proposed
immigration. He thought the main
trouble was to regulate the Chinese
laborers after they got here. The
bill under discussion seemed futile,
only provides for a resident-permit
by authority of the Foreign Office.
If laborers could be introduced un
der contract to the Board of Immi
gration as the Japanese were, then
there would be something tangible.
The speaker pointed out various
other defects in the proposed com
Mr. II. P. Baldwin consider
ed that the resident permit was
the same as a contract.
L. A. Thurston said that he had
scem.a printed bill in the Legisla
ture (but did not know whether the
bill under discussion was the one
or not) und ho considered it ex
tremely faulty. There was no one
designated who could enforco the
contracts iiuido by laborers, on their
urrlval hero, the laborer could walk
through the provisions of the hill
he saw, us easily as ho could walk
ilowii btulrH. Ho suggested that III'
Winded laborers liu regularly con
I muted with tlm llounl of Immigra
tion lib t now ilmm with 1lapiuiebi,
W. ), (,'iihtlu miltl that ho hml Imil
convert! loo with ciiiiinlit ami
it I io with it iiiniiilinr of tlm ,i'jMi.
liiiiMiiiil unit MiBiilt a lilll liml lii'i'ii
ilmwi) nil iiihI iiH'M'iiiiul to Uiu
l6JiiliiM in iiiivi iii'iui rwi-
ilWH'IWfiHii" mm mum fur uvu
to hnd him, he
He thought that
Chinese merchants could control the
whole matter. The planters could
look to them for labor and the ful
fillment of contracts. These mer
chants would be responsible for the
deportation of those whose permits
had expired. There were a number
of responsible Chinese merchants
here who were prepared to engage
in the. work.
J. Marsden agreed to the advisa
bility of such a course ; as it was
how, eveu when the Chinese were
under contract, they slipped away as
easily as if not bound, and the em
ployer hail no recourse.
II. Mist did not Hunk that the
Chinese Government would agree to
any proposed labor convention.
On motion of W. O. Smith, it was
ordered that, "A committee of live
be appointed to take into considera
tion the matter of Chinese immigra
tion ; in their discretion to confer
with responsible Cliinesc parties,
and consider the suggestions
to be made to the Legisla
ture and report recommendations
to this company or to the Board of
Trustees." The vice-president ap
pointed Messrs. W. It. Castle, II.
P. Baldwin, J. Marsden, P. Isen
berg and W. M. Giffard as the com
mittee. Mr. Isenberg stated that Mr.
Marques had spoken to him in re
gard to the failure of the projected
Portuguese immigration and that
Mr. Dias had sailed for home (here).
Mr. Marques further had said that.
he (Mr. M.) had a friend abroad
who had written that laborers (Por
tuguese) could be obtained and from
islands other than Madeira, and from
Mr. Smith drew attention to the
correspondence last year between
the company and Mr. Marques on
Mr. Baldwin did not consider it
advisable to make a move in the
matter. The Hawaiian Consul had
said that the character of labor ob
tainable from the mainland was not
Mr. Thurston asked how Mi.
Spalding's scheme, for the intro
duction ot Italians as laborers, was
Mr. 1'aii child stated in brief lh.it
he had leceived a cable lately fioni
Mr. Spalding, and containing the
infoimation that the intention of in
troducing Italians as laborers had
been, at least, deforred. Ho would
like, -in turn, to know what were the
pioi-peols of obtaining laboreis from
the New Hebrides.
Air. Tliurmlon slid there was little
hope for any furl her movement in
that direction. He from investiga
tion was satisfied that there was no
doubt hut. that the majority of the
laborers htougbt here fiom the .South
Seas weio knocked down and kid
napped or at least their consent was
obtained bv questionable methods.
Messrs. W. O. Smith and II. P.
Baldwin spoke in icgaid to the ques
tionable means used, and also, in
some cases, the unMitisfactory ic
Biilts. On motion, at 11 o'clock, tlio con
vention took, recess until 2 p. in.
On assembling in the afternoon
Vice-President Athcrlon announced
the composition of the regular stand
ing committees, for the ensuing
term, as follows:
Labor H. P. Baldwin, A. S. Wil
cox, P. C. Jones.
Cultivation W. II. Kickard, It. A.
Miiclie, R. D. Walbridge.
Machinery II. Morrison, !..
Walsh, J. Kenton, Jr.
Legislation C. It. Bishop, T. I.
Walker, W. O. Smith.
Reciprocity 1. C. Jones, C. M.
Cooke, L. A. Thurston.
Transportation J. Si. Horner, It.
R. Hind, T. S. Kay.
Manufactures '.. S. Spalding, J.
Ronton, Sr., It. Halstead.
Live Stock B. F. Dillingham, J.
N. Wright, .1.11. Paly.
Forestry W. W. Hall, W. M.
Gilliird, T. It. Walker.
Fertilizer Win. Goodalo, J. K.
Smith, G. N. Wilcox.
Coil'ee and Tea 0. Koelling, F. A.
Schaefer, A. Dieier.
Tobacco J. Moradon, J. I lack fold,
II. Y. Horner.
Ramie W. It. Castle, J. . Alher
ton, B. F. Dillingham.
Fruit Culture C. C. Bond, J. K.
Smith, S. B. Dole.
Mr. F. M. Swanzy icail a icpoit on
Tobacco, which was liRlened to with
A communication fiom the editor
of the "Paradise of the I'ueilie" ask
ing for permission to obtain entail)
teports, was lead and the denned
pei mission granted,
Adjournment was had at !i o'clock
until OillO a, m, to-mmiow.
Leaving tie Hin lain Derot at It-IB P. M.
Train1 will lie made up of I'oiche
ami Canopy-top Cms all one price.
WKeur-li)ii I'.ito for these Trabu
50 Cents to Peurl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An opportunity for a delightful ride
mid a breath of pine air, for oulv two
cents per mile. Wi tin
Cash Assets, : : : , : : Over $136,000,000
U8UlIAlta X. McUUIlbY, I'reslileui.
VST For full particulars apply to
!S. JB. JROfeJ, -Deo-21-81)
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
- (3 HAND-
Saturday, Oct. 11th.
TRUNKS & VALISFS,
HATS & CAPS.
BOOTS & S1IOF.S,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CVLINDKR OIL,
ROPF.S, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATKS,
SADDLKUY & 11ARNKSS.
LAWN TKNN1S & CROQUET RKTS,
ltlimiKK COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWKR POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
Mr, W. S. WJALTBY,
'Hie Undisputed Champion Seientllie &
Artistic. Cyclist of the World,
Has been cuiraced at great expense to
give one of his wonderful performances
prior to hi departure for the United
Xew features and tricks in fancy rid
ing will be Introduced that have never
before been witnessed here.
tST The full Hawaiian Band will be
Excursion Train leaves Honolulu at
2:30 P. M.
Ticket's for the round tiip including
adiulion ro the ground :
Korosimo Oil "ALOHA." ZZ5&m' Chair Cutters & Cane Knives.
DRY GOODS! vmRW0AK
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
JTAJP Jk.1S JSlt&TS: GOODS,
FERTILIZERS: Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guiino, Ohlcndorf's Special Cane Mainue.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms Ktc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
BAGSi-Smiar, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: lCinhracIiiR the latest tmpiovemeiits hi material and texture.
Shortly expected a
line line of
111)0, Corrugated Iron, Fence "Wire, Pipe Fittings, 1DI
INDIAN GOODS KnMn,,jrnw
In thin trade,.
ThK is your last chance
Established 180 1
Infallible for renewing. Invigorating nnil
beautifyiuc the hair, removing ecuiT, dundrutr,
Hinl all aUcctlona of the ecalp, and curing crui
lluns of the akin, diseases of the gluuch, miieclcs
and Integuments, and relieving stings, cuts,
urulaea, opralns, etc. The affinity between the
membranes which constitute the akin and the
hair which draws its sustenance from this triple
enveloc is very close. All diseases of the hair
originate in the ekln of the head. If the pores
of the scalp arc clogged, or if the blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through the small
vessels which feed the roots with moisture and
Impart lifo to the fibres, the result Is ecurf,
dandruff, Bhsddlngof the hair, grayneBS, dryness
and harshness of the ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as the case may bo. Stimulate the, skin to
healthful action with Barry's Trlcophcr
aus, and tho torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In all
affections of tho skin and of the substrata of
muscles and integuments the process and the
effect aro the same. It is upon the skin, the
muscular fibre, and tho glands that Ilarr y'a
Trlcopberous has Its specific action, and
In all affections and Injuries of these organs it
is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Counterfeit.
74 King St.
74 King St.
Rattan and) Reed Furniture.
Telephones, N'l(. llil.-
I'. I). liox:i72.
Ilavintr leaved the Mores in the brick building known as the
"Liucitln Itlock," neaily opposile tho old xlaiid.nnd having disposed
of Unit poitiuniif my utoek damaged by the late flic, and heine,
in icceipt or New (Joodr, per last Kteanier, and more on the way, I
jim prepaid! to till all orders as before. Thanking the public' for
(he liberal pationajTo bestowed on me for the past seven yearn, 1
hope by piompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
.-.line. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may lind it to their advantage to
call. Island oulers solicited and faithfully executed.
Prom the Orcatcst Living Prima Donna,
Madame Adellua Paul-Nicolml.
Montevideo. Jul vauih. 1RSS.fi
Messrs. BAnctAT B Co., new York.
Dear blrs :l uko pioaBuro in announcing to
foil that Uaiiuy'8 Flouida WatkrIh one ot the
rw articles alnays to be found on my dressing
case. In my conception it is one of tiie best of
toilet waters, ana ior mu mini it is noi oniy tie
licious, but refreshing and Invigorating. 1
recommend It without reserve.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved Willi Caie.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
H0LL1STER & CO.,
Ofil Dlslrllmtiiix Ageuls. I m
History of the Jewelry Trade!
Just think of It! Two full clubs or
ganized In less than three days, uud the
third club neaily completed.
"CLIAX" BAKING POWDER
Without a Rival in Price & Qimlity !
One-third tho Price of the Koyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
g)S7 A KitviiiK of :i'. l'er Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Bpst. t$ffi
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
iWipMwujjiJ w uiivutbiililij
UUjUi Tiv flji flJlJjiiH), ul I'ufulp
Homo, Sept. 20, King Iliimhert
unveiled tho equeBtiiaii Htutuo to hht
father, the Into King Victor Kin
iimiuiel, at nori'iico to-day, An
iiwiit'iiw wmvil wtiiuupi liin (Htiii.
l'oiiHliiiilliUiiHi Hi)li .'(), I'lui
OnveTiiini'iil mm illufoypri'il Hml
tmiimliM itilwiimlinif it ri'vnlnilnn
liiivn liM'ii wlilnly (ilri'iilidnil. Tlm
KiillKii. It U M'tniUnl, jjn;iily
iMilMliniiurili" liiuu ii! vmm
mm p, X0VUUI Miiw. m
HjUlPl Willi lUtUUlllUMI'
cnAi8 rjro niQNrr.
New Hawaiian Directory
FOR 1800-0 1
rpiIK ahove Directory Is now to hu
X ohlalued at tlm .stoie of Messrs.
K3P Monday, Septemher 2'Jth,
following members drew watches:
ItfiiKou, Smith it Co.
i!":i aw N. F
TAI WO CHAN,
Manufacturer ol l,udlc' & (ienllemen'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
KIN HIIOI MAIU'.'IO OltlU'.ll,
IVkkdiI ur Mewed. Aim), NmliUex. '
iWNiiuiuiiiHt,, 1 1 1 lMMIoxUO.1,
up 7 WMy
WENNER & CO"
Mil MU PIMT N'lMM'UTi
I 'HitiUllll I)' UU lUllli II Jill HU UMW IJ'fUJ
Ci.uk lMemher Xo. 0, Henry Kiilti.
Ci.un 2 .Member Xo.:i2,T. II.Oolils
wnnliy. tr This is din easiest war to "et a
good Gold Watch with a Hue Wiiltliiini
iiioteineiit on jiayments of
$1.00 Per Week.
ItST Hemeiuber we save you at least
910 011 each watch yon liny in our clubs.
Ladies' Watches on the Same Plan.
t8r If you want a $100, ftir.O or iJ2(Ml
Winch, yuu can huy it In Hie clnlw.
lulu now and have money.
Having roinoved our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarterp at
IVo. SO IT-OJEtT STREET,
fNcar the Custom House)
Wo are now jnepaied to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the .following High Class Aerated HeveragoH :
Plain, SwEBi, Lemon, SWerry or cream scii,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
lining oxelusively the HYATT TUttE WATER SYSTErvf.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
Pedigrees of All Horses Kept
1 1 Warn .Witch Cliili
BldOlllIK' Ol' H(Kl(l(l(M'H,
Niyi'li'K I liitiwliy Klvfii Hml 11 iie.
i'lui llini'lliiK ill the iii.iiiiii.
id lliu HiiIiii lliilltviiy A I.11111I I'u, Hill
Wl HrjIitilMYi iMtiliur h. Ihk til (I
itmimy, ), far iliu iiiuiuwi ufuuiijii-
llJUK Ilil IUil U )DWk Ull (lui '1mi
ill IUW11JU UIVI)1UJ
n ijjd i
The following Flue AiilmalH will
Htaml for Mti'vh'ii lit the ranch, Widalaei
Twn NiiHVti hliilllim
HlullloiiH of V111I0118 lueeilR.
Mmi',4 wltli or without foul,
llnifinK fiir any iiiogi,
A HMHnI llinl.rr 11111I TlilllllT
piuyi'ii mi me rmii'ii,
, W Hilllrfijl'llnil l jjlllllllllllLi'JI ID
IdchMiik iiii HiiIiiIhk mm,
PAUL. Hi IRKNIIKHQi