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JIOJSOLUJLU, U. J., OCTOHICK 8, WW).
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Lcaae of Government Land at
On WEDNKSDAY.Nnvcmhei 12,
181)0, at It! o'clock noon, nl the fionl
entianee of Aliinlani Halo will In1
sold t public auction lite lease (it
the (.loveininent limil of Kahikinui,
Maui, containing an aiea of 23,000
aeres, nunc or less.
Term : Lease for 10 yeuie.
UpM't pi ice- $l,.ri()0 per anniiin,
payable .cnti-aniiually in aihaiu'e.
0. X. Sl'ICNCKIi,
MinKtci of the Interior.
Interim Olllec, Oet.7, 18110.
llo.N-oi.ri.r, II. I., Aug. 0, 181)0.
Holders of Water Privileges or
iIiom- paying Water Hate.x, aielieieby
nolilieil 'that tlie hours for using
water for iuigatingpuipohesare fioin
0 to 8 o'eloek a. m., anil I toOo'eloek
Ciias. 11. WILSON,
Sttpt. Hono. Water Works,
MR. CASTLE'S LABOR PROPOSALS.
.Mr. W. H. Castle proposes to in
troduce ten ttiousaiid of Chinese
coolies for Uic "Planters, and as the
coolie is like "Paddy's Ilea" which
the law of the land, according to
Castle, will be powerless In control,
'he whole business of pincuring and
controlling this ten thousand addi
tion to our Mongol Army, is to be
granted to the Chinese Commercial
Some years ago the community
weie in arms against a bank chatter
scheme, which only aimed at a com
mercial advantage, but now the un
fmtunatc foreign Uader, the me
chanic, and the laborer is brought
to the edge of the long dreaded
rapids, and the gospel according to
Castle A Co., i, that "over he
The late Ministerial champion of
the workingiuan was present to hear
Mr. Castle's proposals. I have some
recollection of a grand manifesto on
Chinese restriction like the Hash of
a meteor, alas it was ; or like Paddy
Castle's Ilea, it wasn't there yester
day when it was wanted. When the
government shall as proposed
confess itself unable to control its
population of Asiatic aliens, is it
not about time to petition Uncle
Sam, or .lohn Hull or both, to act the
part of saviour from the inevitable?
The annexation idea is likely to
assume a new shape one that will
settle the inongol question at all
Minister of the
Plcilcfil to neither Sat nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. S, 1890.
The Bru.KTix has before had
occasion to censure the indiscrimi
nate discharging of fire-arms within
the city limits. We wish to again
refer to this public nuisance and
suggest it is now time for the author
ities to interfere in the matter.
Burglaries have virtually ceased and
there remains absolutely no excuse
for these nightly disturbances, tak
ing place at many points in the
suburbs. This reckless use of guns
and pistols, if not speedily checked,
will become as great a nuisance as
the average politician and ever'
body will admit the average politi
cian is no juke.
It is somewhat astonishing there
has been such frequent demand for
Civil Service Reform from the ranks
and organ of the Ucform Parly
.icf election. It is most astonish
ing the gentlemen now strenously
advocating such reforms (on princi
ple of course) scouted the idea for
some three years preceding the last
election. It is not, however, an
astonishing conclusion, which most
people have already reached, that a
great deal of the present preaching
by the Reform Party for Civil Service
Reform is nothing more or less than
a mild form of political hypocrisy,
delinquent in practise and unscrupu
lous in profession.
A FRIEND OF MR. BISHOP.
While I do not suppose you will
nublish this well-merited rebuke
after your ungentlemanly attack
upon the vcneiable editor of the
"Friend," made in your two last
issues, I will forward it to you in
any event so that you can see what
at least one respectable man in the
community thinks of you.
Why you, of all men, being rela
tively a new-comer, should lake, it
upon yourself to denounce the ac
tions' of old and respected residents,
whose lives have never presented a
(law, and hold such up to ridicule
and contempt under the hypocritical
plea of defending Hawaiian interests,
is more than I and many other good
people in this community can pre
tend to say.
What, sir, have you done for "Ha
waiian interests V" What indeed,
if not to aid, with your scurvy pen,
the defeat of the very men who
hold Hawaiian interests most dear
and who were rescuing them from
the sink-hole of political corruption
up to the very day Mr. Thurston
and his friends were wantonly re
moved from olllce to nrake places
for alien spoils hunters. It is to
return to us thin period of political
redemption that such honorable and
upright patriots as the Kcv. S. E.
Bishop throw their personal and re
ligious influence against the present
evil political party, which has,
through corrupt means, temporarily
triumphed over the right.
You will lind, sir, there are more
good people in Honolulu ready to
express contempt for 3011 and the
Hui.i.r.nx, than for such upright and
disinterested patriots, as the Rev.
S. E. Bishop. Kamaus.
Honolulu, Oct. Oth.
FIRE POLICE INAUGURATION.
Flint tfnnllil.v Miriliiif-Olt'lii-nt-.it
with n Pt-nM.
The first regular monthly meeting
of the Honolulu Fire Police was held
last night at the hall of Mechanic
Engine Company. Mr. Thus.
Kroiise. captain, presided, and Mr.
Armitage. secretaiy, was at Ihe
desk. Among other business it was
resolved that accepted candidales
who do not pay their entrance fees
by not monthly meeting be then
struck from the list.
After adjournment a collation
was served, followed by a lull nl
"His Majesty the King and the
Ilnyul Family," was drunk with
"The Honolulu Fire Department,"
was answered by Mr. C. B. Wilson,
Chief Engineer. He gave an ac
count of the organization of the new
corps, which realized an idea of his
own, and congratulated the com
pany on its auspicious beginning.
"The Honolulu Fire Police," the
response to which was delegated by
Capt. Ki 0110 to Mr. Walter Hill,
treasurer. The speaker happily re
ferred lo a compliment paid the
corps, at an organization meeting,
by an ollicer of the depaituient, in
calling it a "fine body of men."
They would endeavor to deserve all
praise by doing their duly.
F01 eman Robert Moie, next to
the Chief the, oldest member of the
department present, lesponded for
'Honolulu. Engine Company;"
Foreman E. R. Uyan, for "Mechanic
Engine Company." Assistant Fore
man Win. Keawe, for "Hawaii En
gine Company ; Foreman Henry
Kaia, for "Protection Hook and
Ladder Company ;" Mr. Lau Chong,
for "China Engine Company ;" Mi
B. Ordenstein, for the "Veterans;"
Mr. J. C. White, for himself as
"Fire Marshal," and Mr. 1). Logan,
for "The Press."
The speakers chaffed "the line
body of men" good naturedly, one
proposition being that the appropri
ate helmet for the lire police would
be a black plug hat. Songs were
well sung by Messrs It More and
Chas. Lynn, Mr. Geo. Norton, As
sistant Engineer, made a speech,
and the company dispers-cd with
"Auhl Lang Syne."
(0 present a statement of the facts
in the case.
The meeting then, at 10 :00 o'clock
adjourned' until 9:510 a.m. to-mor-10
Auction Salos liy fowls J, Levey.
ISSUED BY THE
(fill S liHf
THE PLANTERS IN COUNCIL.
A MERCHANT'S OPINION.
As one who is directly interested
and who has felt the evil effects of
sending forth unreliable reports
concerning our state of political and
social affairs, I wish to say a few
words through your valuable col
umns. First, I wish to compliment the
Buli.utin for the stand it has lately
taken, against the politicians, in fa
vor of home protection, which course
should receive the support of every
business man and mechanic through
out the islands, and chiefly of the
residents of Honolulu.
We have had nothing but wrang
ling and political disluibances here
for the past three years, and, as a
business man, who keeps his eyes
open I believe 1 may safely say this
disturbed period has cost every re
tail merchant in Honolulu several
thousands of dollars a year of his
But let mo further ask, what good
do these untruthful reports sent
abroatl accomplish? or those send
ing them? Nothing, personally, and
ceitainly nothing for the co'untiy.
If we had fifty, instead of one or
two newspapers, trying to rebuild
our interests abroad and induce
loin 1st travel and other facilities for
extending the lines of desirable im
migration, nil the good they could
accomplish would soon be broken
down, as it has been, by the evil
ami unjust reports repeatedly sent
out by one or two Honolulu uilitom.
Allow inn to nay further that while
I do not agrcti with tliu political
ir!iieii' of 1I10 parly uwiwU
which It Is iimlurKlood ho JI,i.i.i;iin'
him 11 limning, villi lhl U a ijiioHlnii
of more liiiHrlfii(ifl In 1 1 in country
Himii iiirly ll!ittHni!l Justly imII
ilii'Kiiiiorl uf hII Miiw-'rvHilju w'
jil" mill liulini!! mi'ii iiiiiiruy j
uii tiiu or ui1 mm ui impiwii rn
MjjIWJimujJ MM 'JJllUtW PI)ll!VVi 1
iiiu mm muimuii w 1 11 inr 1111
Ilj kirillWjL llll ill AJMIMUkl.
CIVIL SERVICE REFORM.
Eorrou Bui.i.ktin :
It is really amusing, the attitude
of the Advertiser, with regard to
above named bill. Being the mouth
piece of the Reform Party, the party
that made wholesale dismissals of
competent oflicials witli others, sup
plying their places with aliens and
strangers, whose only qualifications
were, subserviency, unbounding
cheek, and a low hatred of the na
tive element. Anyone in the days
of 1887 willing to shout out "hang
the King," and "damn the kanaka,"
were in the sure line of promotion.
Now the Advertiser seeks by
"boosting up" a civil service bill to
keep the Reform Party (?) roosters
in their ill-begotten places, in the
hope of having their guerilla assist
ance in the "sweet by and bye."
The whole course of the Advertiser
proves that it would enlist Dick
Turpin, Claude Duval, and such
like characters into its fold, if they
only promised support to the party.
If the Advertiser wishes for the
future to use the language of truth,
let it drop the word "Reform" from
its vocabulary, and write of the
party of "Spoils." Since that parly
took power, up to the turn of the
tide, there never was such a record
made by any Ministry for forty
years, for looseness, reckless ex
penditure, business bungling, ques
tionable contracts, scandalous opium
transactions, the drug all over the
country being as cheap as oleomarg
arine, and more easily obtained.
Everything was counted "all right"
in the grooves of Reform. Go it,
boys, make hay while the sun
bhincb, after us the deluge. The
deluge has arrived quicker than
anticipated by the spoilsmen, and
the Advertiser tried to savo their
scalps by "Civil Service Reform,"
Vulu hope, the bill is killed ; 11111I 110
doubt there is weeping mill walling
ami giiiibhiiig of leutli in the camp
of tint "ulooii ('oiporiilloii," King
down tlm mirtiilii-ihn Incident In
fllM'll, Ainu, uliu1
! 1111 1
Km II11, fi!H. ;'). -Till' (-'OHM of
Kf'liui!ii)lioiiiK'Mi)i' tliol hlnm'lf
Igiiulaljl llirouHii iliu liuwli (Hi
ui JiT Iovp , ! lw ui llUMWi
buo IjjHih'iuJ JiJui myly In iUM.
mul juomJ lu In' unfuliiuui 10 Hlu)
The representatives of the plant
ing interests of the country met
again this morning, pursuant to ad
journment from yesterday afternoon.
Vice-Presidnt Athcrton called
the meeting lo order, at!) :30 o'clock.
The minutes of the picvions meet
ing were read by Secretaiy Smith
W. R. Castle, from the special
committee appointe.l to consider and
report on the subject of Chinese Im
migration, presented and lead a re
port in which the committee slated,
in substance, that they had given
the niattor caioful consideration.
They had had an audience with a
number of the leading Chinese and
the unanimous opinion of those gen
tlemen was that, if the proposed re
strictive permit to enter was hedged
about with very many conditions,tlial
the enactment of such a law" would
be futile and would produce no re
sult whatever. The matter of procur
ing labor for agricultural purposes,
at the present limb, is of vital im
portance and no measure authorizing
the importation of such labor will
be of any use if surrounded with
such restrictions as will prevent
labor from coming. The committee
recommend that the Legislature be
petitioned to amend the present
Chinese Restriction Act, being Chap
ter XXVIII of the Laws of .1887,
somewhat on the lines of the Bill
No. 1151 now before the Legislature
As the committee believe
that the most successful way of deal
ing with this matter will be through
a Chinese company or companies
they further recommend that Section
2 of the Legislative amendatory bill
be so amended so as to do away with
the photograph proviso and that
Sections 5, 7 and 10 be striken out.
The committee also re
commend that the Minister of In
terior or Board of Immigration
should be authorized by said Act to
permit the entry into the Kingdom
of any specified number of Chinese
agricultural laborers in place of
others who may depart, either at the
expiration of a special rcstdcncc
pcrmit, or such as being resident
might return permanently to China
and also that the Legislature be
petitioned to authorize the Hawaiian
Government to enter into a labor
convention with the Chinese Govern
ment at the earliest opportunity.
After reading, the report was
adopted as also a resolution that
"the same committee be ordered to
draft a bill, embodying their recom
mendations, to be presented to the
special committee of the Legislature
having this subject under considera
tion. T. R. Walker piesenled informa
tion on tho subject of East Indian
Immigration and 011 million the trus
tees of the company were Instruct,
oil lo ascertain fiiilher fnulH relative
to that subject,
Tim Hitciotmy reiiil n Idler ml
iIi'dhkuiI to Iliu cniiiniuy, from Mr,
Alanines mill In ulilnli the tvrilur
ilmihiil uliiiniimiils which Imd lirt'ii
iiilllit!il uk hnvlng humi iiiniln liy
V. 0, Kmltli, in Iliu 'ffi'l lliul.
'Mm niiiifh1 In mm hi I in Ciiiiiiiiiiic
iliillHiilly iii Mit iiiviinr u( m
FRIDAY, Outohor lOtli,
AT IO O'OtOUK A. 31..
I il cll at Piibllu Auction, at my
Suli'-'iooms, for at count uf whom
ii may coiiceiu:
No. Ml 1 hie Illue Slilpeil Sugar Ung,
No. 'JH7- 1 bli lthifStilpcilihig.tr Hag,
'JOxliil. I oi 10
J81I 1 lilf lthic Striped Sugar Hag,
:iO!!-t blu nine Striped Siar nag".
:0 1 ble Itlue Striped Sugar Hugs,
2881 ble lilac Striped Sugar Hags
No. ;i'.T. I hie blue Striped Sugar Hnus
No. :il 1 bio nine Striped Sugar Hags.
No. :to:i 1 ble Utile SI rlpetl Sugar Mags
No. 1 ble llluc StilpedSiig.ir Hags
No. auii I hie nine Striped Sugar Hags
No. 2!S 1 ble Hhie Striped Sugar Bags
No. :I2(J -1 ble Hhie Striped Sugar Hags,
No. 1115 1 ble Hhie Striped Sugar Hags
No. IIOl 1 ble Uliif Striped Sugar Hugs
No. :ii:i 1 ble Who Striped Sugar Htigs,
No. :i:l ble Hhie Striped Sugar Hugs
No. 341-1 ble Hhie Striped Sugar Hags,
No. 372-1 ble Blue Striped Sugar Bags
No. 3721 ble Kctl Striped Sugar Hags.
22Sii, 1000 ' '
No. 3711 ble Red Striped Sugar Hags
No. 3731 ble Red Striped Sugar Hags
T H D, in diamond; D A
No. (!i 1 ble Rice Hags 20x3.", Will
No. 378 1 ble 27-iu. Boiisli Ile-s-iau.
Ol-f WEW YOT8 T
KlCIIAim A. McrslItUY. I'rt'tthlcut.
RiT For full particulars apply to
B3. E ? Hif,,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
TTIEO. H. DA.YIES & CO.,
LINOLKUM, CARl'KT & RUGS,
TRUNK'S & VALISKS,
HATS & CAPS.
BOOTS & SIIOKS,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS.
PAINTS & OIL, CVLINDKR OIL,
ROPKS, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATKS,
SADDLKRY & 11ARNKSS.
LAWN TKNN1S & CROQUET SKTS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
KLAGS, KLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., KTC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RKI1 RRICK, ETO
IvproKcm; Oil aIjOIIA." 2iarasafc" Cluill Cu tiers & ( anc Knives.
DK.Y GOODS! KmCAX
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
J-A.DP-A.TV ISM IS OOOOsa,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohleuiloil's l)k-olvcd IViininn Guano, Ohleiulorf'.s Special Cane Malum.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual lUMjoycr of Potato, Cotton & Canker Wonn, Kic.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: ne-uoy-yall Noxious VeeiU& Senilis.
BAGSi-Sngnr, Bice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: I'mhraeing the latest Impiovemeiits in inaleiia-and lextiue.
Galvanized "Water Pipe,
Damaged by salt water on voyage of
importation e. ship "Hlengfell" fioin
Llveipool to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
5th M Foiling !
Tlir: FOLLOW INfi COT
Monday, Oct. 6th:
Ci.i'u 1 Member No. :'.(.
Ci.t'li 2 Member No. (ill.
Cl.l'lt 3 Member No. M.
Ci.rit 1 Member No. 21:.
Join a Club Now and Pay
$1.00 Per Week.
'flip time will pass by and vou will be. a
gold watch ahead, and have jut
as much money ahead.
K& .Tola now and got a Solid 1 tkt
Colli WiiUh for 81 a. week.
H. F. within, Wrick
078 1 111
Assignee's Notice to Cre-ilitor.s.
THE undesigned, assignee in bank
ruptcy of the uatatc. of Kicliiuil
C'uyfoid of Honolulu, Oahu, heiuby
give notice to all the crcdltoiK who him
proved their claims against Hie Bald
bankrupt Estate, that he. has submitted
to Mr. .lustlcu Hiekcrton bis Until ac
count with said estate, nud has tiled the
nald account In the olllcu of the Oleik of
tho Supreme Com t, pe.rpnratory to tlm
payment to creditors of a llrst mid limil
And that on WEDNESDAY, October
13. 18'JO, at 10 o'clock A. m., he will
apply to said .lustlcu for a scllleinciit of
his account as Bueh ngHlgnru, and for a
dlseliargu fioin all llahlllly.
Assignee of Ihe llaukiupt Estate of
Honolulu, Sept.. H), IBM, 1172:11
-.,....- ,, ... ... . ;
Till' kfillllUtn' Mil ItlSlJ uviuuj III
wbiimiMyi' ii'Mjil uf lliiwi'llm mul
l"l'. l llll
Tnilim w II iiul jiu iU'IhIiipi for lilc
I'll) n fluluhl UHiM H'l'ii HinillHli'
t'h'U fill lilll Will llll
.! '.1. f . . ".VI"' i- " "
Shortly expected a
line line of
Corrugated Iron, Ftuco AViro
Pine Fittings, Etc., Ele.
to this trade
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Horses & Carriages
On SATURDAY, Oct. 11,
at in uTi.orii xoox.
In fionl of my S:ilcinuin, Queen vlioft,
I will .-ell at I'liblii- Auction,
Inoken to i.tddlc and Ilhiip5";
5 Horses, broken to saddle;
," Top Buggies,
1 Open Buggy,
1 BRAKE, 2 ROAD CARTS,
Telephones Xo. 11!).-
I O. Hox .'172.
lustace, King Street.
lfavine; le.iveil the hliuen in Ihe brick buildine; known as tho
"Lincoln Block," neaily oppoxilc (ho old stand, and having disposed
of Unit poil ion or my utock damaged by the laic liic, and beinj;
in lcceipl. or New CJ001N tier last steamer, and more on the wav, I
am prepared lo lill all oidcr.i as before. Thanking the public." for
the libi'inl patronngu bcslowcd on me for tho past seen years, I
hope by pioinpl attention to all orders to uteri l a continuance of the
Mime. At Ihe new bland shall be pleaded lo pec all inv old eu."
lomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call, island oidcis solicited and faithfully executed.
I .! IP -FF-
! iimijuuujiiu.miin ,""" '""M' "i-rift-Uiiiiiijm
"CLIMAX" BAKING POWDER
Without a Rival in Price & Quality !
One-third tho Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
gJKT A Siixingof 33 PerCent in Cost and Quality the Very Jlest. jp
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
5r'1 (J"1 Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Inland.
Saturday, Oct. 11th.
17IIIOM and after IhU ilaln wo ulll unl
. ha lopiiiilblc for any f 1 eight after
t-aine hu hecu iIcIvchh ill any lailoii,
I'lllllCrl III Mlllllll frclglll h I'OlhllH'll
iihiM IhmiI Iliu hiiillon id ii'i'clvi) their
NnfiulKhl will lm rer-filt I'd for ulilp
llicill lintwi'nii Iliu Iioiim n( HillO lind II
ii'ilm'l. a, in., iiml Imhuaiu lilio mill U
111 iui'; 11 ui.
Mr, W. S. MALTBY,
Tho Undisputed Ohainpliui Selentille ,fc
Artistic Cycliit of Hie World,
ITan beon cngagrd at great expenso to
give one of his wondeiful pmforinancen
prior 10 his depaitiiro for this I'liltcd
Xew features and trlcU hi fanevrhl
biK will be hill oihiceil Dial have 'never
hefoiit been ultiiepnud heie.
Having itmiovcil our SODA WORKS to more commodious qnartcrp at
TVo. 29 FOJEtT STRT2ET,
(Near tho Custom Hou.se)
We an now prepaied to furnish at short notico, and of prime quality, any
if Ihe following High Class Aerated Beverages:
.., M..UUV, XJU-ilUU,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the" 'HYATT PURR WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
tJT TI10 full Hawaiian
Hand will bo
Excursion Train loaves Honolulu ut
2:30 P. M.
Tlitl.i'18 fur Ihe munil nip liiclmlliig
111I111M1111 in Ihe gioiiiuh!
no uiijjVTH, -,
'riiln ! yuiir
lul ilimirii! Ilitu'lfi
WAIALAE BREEDINa RANCH
Pedigrees of All Horses Kept
iiJ mS Ti
Tlm follow bur
hiaiiu uir Mirvicii at urn r.iiirii,
'hwi Nuliw SlMlllinis
"PIUAOAO" & "FflANK.
SliillliiiiH of various In ceils,
Miiich wllh or without foul,
IIiiim's fur any Hiiiosc,
.stillllnl llinihi mill TiiiliH'i'
lilujril mi Din nun lb
liiuiibliiH mul irulnliig liiiiir.
PAUL, Rp ISINilRQ,