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DAILY MUJjLUTIM: JIUJNULUIiU, Ji. I., OCTOBER 9, 1M0.
John V. Ktiluti 1ms Ibi da, been
appointed all Agent Intake Acknowl
edgements In l.ahorConlutets for the
Dinti'ict nf Wailuku, Inland of Maui.
l N. SiMSN'UHIl,
Minister of tin lnteiim.
inleiim Office. Oct. 0, 18(10.
K. Kiiliuliinui 1ms this day been
appointed round Muxti'r for Kailun,
Hist riot of Nmtli ICoua. Island of Ha
Willi, in place of T. N. Sitncoua, de
ceased. t N. NI'KNVKK,
0 Minister of the Intciioi.
luliMior Ollicu, Oct. 8, ISM).
.Iniiif. (lay, K."n., has this day been
appointed Chaiiniau for the lload
Hoard of the Disliict of Waialua,
Island of Oiilm. vice K. llulstead ie
KiBiiod. l N. Sl'KNOHK,
Mini-tcr of the lutctini.
Inleiioi Olliee, Oct. .), 1S00.
(!. '. ICanmuoha, E.-q., of N'oith
ICohala, and '.. If.ikina, 12sq , of Hn
nalt'i, hae this day boon appointed
Agents to Grant Marriage Licenses
for North Kohala, Hawaii, and Hana
lei, Kauai, tcipeetivcly.
C. N. SI'UNCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofiice, Oct. 1, lS'.IO.
Building Lots For Sale on South Slope
of Punchbowl Hill.
for protection have been so tempo
rized willi in Ihc past that their abso
lute necessities lime reached, as
was anticipated, direct conflict at a
period of emergency.
If it were not so serious a inatler
for the planters it might be consid
ered, if viewed fimii a political
standpoint, us a lit retiibution fol
lowing lliMichuining of the politi
cians, who have been most unwisely
allowed to largely control the direc
tion of the planter's affairs.
It is, however, too xeiiotw a mat
ter for light treatment, viewed from
either side. The ultimate solution
of the problem must occur in the
House ; and It is therefore import
ant that no mcasuic before that
body be allowed to receive more
momentum fiom outside pressuie
than the public duty and grave re
sponsibility of the Legislature of
18'JO can justly sustain, without re
ference to party polities or leaders.
If the planters are in actual trou
ble, they must be relieved ; the im
mediate interests of both free-labor
and of the country at large demand
this much. Hut. in .securing such
relief there are other important de
mands which must, not be lost sight
of, because they are of vital interest
to the bread-winners of Hawaii.
The' planters as well as the repre
sentatives of free-labor will advance
both causes, if they cast out at once
the factional politicians, who are en
deavoring to control both sides, and
reach nn Agreement for a conclusion
of the strife that will be in the in
terest of the whole country.
then the House by its act unmistak
ably declared that it know the ooni'
niittce's report to be rotten. U it
afterwards adopted that report, it
clearly stultillcd itself.
1 desire to qualify the above ex
pulsions by saying that 1 fully ic
eognize the fact that gentlemen who
aie honorable In oulluaiy uffaiis
often employ quite other methods in
partisan politics. I would say pni
ticnlarly of Minister Spencer, that I
have been accustomed to icganl him
af. an honorable gentleman, as well
as an agreeable and obliging one.
Without conceding to the Hn.t.i'.
us any right to advise me how to
conduct The Kiiend, however ex
cellent may be its qualifications to
act as such a mentor. I would ex
plain that, viewing Mr. Thurston as,
in Ins circumstances, the leading re
presentative of the Reform Party,
and the allegations ugalint his otll
cial conduct as hiving been cooked
up for the object of besmirching
that Party, I consideied Ids vigorous
and unanswerable defense as one of
the events of the mouth entitled to
a place in the I'hriinicle of the
You have offered Father Damon
(honored name) as an example for
the conduct if The Kiiend. As a
church pastor, Dr. Damon was un
der some limitations which do not
control myself. IVrmiUiie however
to call your attention to some foici
ble expressions used by him in The
Friend on theoccasion of the Moreno
llasco. Slopping here, I leave the
appropriate ethical and religious
preachments to be supplied by the
gifted pens of the Bu.i.ktix office.
Kditou ok Tin: Fitiuxn.
Anctlon Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Underwriter's Sale !
On FRIDAY, October iOlli,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. 31..
I wi'l sell at Public, Auction, nl my
S:ipaintnu, for account of wliiini
It tuny concern :
13 bales, each loito. Mile .Slilpcd Sugar
t b.iles, each liiilO, ltlue Sniped Sugar
No. :t71-2-:S -?. bales, each 1000. lied
Striped Sugar Hugs, iL'xIIO.
T H D, in diamond; 0 A
Xo. AU ble Rice lings, 20x33, fiOO
Xo. 7S 1 ble 27-ln. Rough Mc-lan.
I Ml 2
Damaged by salt water on voviige ot
liupoitiulou ex ship 'Hlengfell'' troui
liivcipnnl to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Twenty-live additional Lots have
been laid out, on the South Slope of
Punchbowl Hill along Alapai and
above Kinau streets, varying in sie
from 90x100 ft. to U02()0 ft. and
arc now ready for sale.
Application foi the put chase of
these Lots ut an upct ptico which
cm be ascertained at the Land Ofiice,
varying fiom $17 (" to $t"00 each Lot,
aeeoiding to .-ize and location, will
be received at the Interior Ofiice.
Upon the receipt of applications
tbo Lots applied for will be sold at
public auction after due adveilise
ment. being put up at the upset
Applicants must stale that they
desiie to purchase with intention of
improving the premises.
The terms and condition of .alc
will be caidi, or at the option of the
purchaser, one-fourth cash, and the
lemainder in equal installments pay
able in one, two, and tluee years,
willi interest payable i-emi annually
at the rate of seven pei cent per
The purchaser must within one
yeai f loin the date of puiclm.se en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water fiom the Government pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued for
the land upon final payment of the
A map of the Lots can be seen and
full paiticulais learned at the Land
Stieets have been laid out and
giaded, ami water mains bae been
laid adjoining all of the above Lois.
C. N. SPENCER,
.Minister of the Interior.
Intciioi Olliee, Oct. 8, 18(H).
Lease of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, November 12,
1600, at 12 o'clock noon, at the fiout
entrance of Aliiolani Hale will be
Hold at public auction the lease of
th Government, land of Kahikiuui,
Maui, containing an area of 25,000
acres, more or less.
Term : Lease for 10 years.
Upset price $1,000 per milium,
payable semi-annually in advance.
C. N. SPENCER,
Ministor of the Interior.
InleiiorOllieo, Oct. 7, 1800.
'J' u is
Pltitfeil to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut titabliihcii for the brut fit of all,
THURSDAY, OCT. i), 1800,
Tliu present lulior situation do.
inuiuls lliiiiicdlalo mnl racll'iil l,eg.
Isliuiwi notion, Without entering
iiilo n iIkoiiH)ii of the ouiihiM of
tiin iriwoul glriiigmicy, or Iho illimil
Hil(luiiflf (lit) Into Ailiniiiliirullrjii
lluij-filo, wy Uli (o point (Jill Hint
lb) Juil ilwiuuiil ul llio iihiuturs fur
mmm? laAm ujd! Uji Jn ih-
REV. BISHOP'S DEFENSE.
Please accept thanks for prompt
specification of alleged "untruth"
in The Friend. Also further thanks
for such citation of Legislative pro
ceedings as to entirely exempt me
from the labor of searching for them
in order to establish the truth of my
statement that Mr. Thurston was
"prevented by his successor from
examining the books of the Interior
Olllcc for his own defense."
Using your citations I find that
Mr. Spencer, after some evasive
language, "stated that Mr. Thurston
being engaged in, "contrary to a
resolution of the House, examining
the books and records of the Interior
Olllcc, he told Mr. Thurston that he
could not do so, and Mr. Thurston
said he could not reply to the com
mittee unless he had access to the
The following are the citations
referred to by Mr. Rishop in the
above paragraph :
"Noble Macfarlanc asked His Ex
cellency the Minister of the Interior
whether he had refused Mr. Thurs
ton access to the bouks of the In
"Minister Spencer said that a re
fusal implied a request, and Mr.
Thurston never requested permis
sion to examine the records. He
would answer directly to the ques
tion, 'No.' Going further lie would
say that a member of the finance
committee told him that Mr. Thurs
ton was, contrary to a resolution of
the House, examining the books and
records of the Interior Olllcc. He
told Mr. Thurston that he could not
do so, and Mr. Thurston said he
could not reply to the committee un
less he had access to the records.
This was at four o'clock, when busi
ness was over, and he asked Mr.
Thurston to return next morning,
and in the meantime he would see
the members of Ihc finance commit
tee. Mr. Thurston did not come
back but he(lhe Minister) saw
members of the committee, who
were willing to give Mr. Thurston
every facility, only asking that one
ot the committee should be present
"Noble Macfarlane declared that
the published statement of Mr.
Thurston, that he had been refused
access to the books, was entirely
false." Kditou Uui.lktin :
This precisely and absolutely
establishes my statement, that "Mr.
Thurston was prevented," etc.
It also seems to prove that the
House ordered him to he so pre
vented. I have some difficulty in
understanding how the House had
power to make such order, how the
Minister should feel bound by it, or
if so, how he should afterwards
venture to disregard such order.
Any alleged subsequent intention
of the Minister to withdraw his pro
hibition, does not affect the fact thai
he did stop Mr. Thurston from pur
suing the inquiries essential to his
vindication, and that he never again
tendered to him the opportunity to
resume those inquiries. Permit me
to point out that the act ot prevent
ing a man from Inspecting the pub
lic records of his own olllcial con
duct for his own defense, was one
of io much injury to use a mild
term Mini in tliu exercise of any
self respect, lie could not again buck
permission, union tendered freely
to hiii) with ample apology, That
iiol of Mm MlnUtcr wu worcnyor ho
nleiir a i-oiifi'hfcloii Mmi Mm Hupoil of
Uio Fiimiicoroiiiiiiltiitouiu loo ijh.
it frninl to limir iiiviMiuiiilun, Mini ll
really OKiiiiijileil Mr, Tliiiuinii finiu
tlifi owl of tiny Miiilinr lubiiiiul ul
If II III' IMBU Mill flJUl III!)! Ijjl)
ilium n Mi Timriioii 10 u
New York, Sept. 20. The Post's
Washington special says: Unless all
signs fail the House duty on free
sugar up to No. 1(1, Dutch standard,
when the bill goes to the President,
will be the rale agreed on.
IjHWIK .J. lilSVKY.
FOR SALE !
On account of departuie Dr. A.
Carter will sell at a leasouable rate:
with a family; with or with
out board. Letters to "T. R. R.,"
Meir.. Tlieo. 11. Davies & Co. 07!) !!
i STUDEBAKER BUCKBOARD,
1 Top Ki.iko, in excellent condition;
1 het Single Haines,
1 Driving Mare, i Saddle Mare.
MEETING of the Athletic Asso
ciation will be held at Mclueriiy
Hall. THURSDAY EVENING, Octo
ber 9, 18!l0. to receive the report of the
eomiuiltce on liv-Uws, and for the elec
tion of ollleer-. .1. H. FISHER,
1177 ."! Chairman pio tern.
A MEETING of the stockholders of
the Walmea Soar Mill Company
will be held on MONDAY, the 13th day
of October, at 10 o'clock a. si., at the
olliee of 11. W. Schmidt A Sons, Fort
stieet. II. LOSE,
liin lit Seerelarv W. S. M. Co.
1 make a specialty or lepahlug Hue
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc.,
And uiiiirnutec Hot-cla work at
Hotel -jt., under the "Arlington."
$25 11EWAUD !
A SATCHEL containing f. Cold
Wuteli and Chain, also some mon
ey and key. A reward of 'i? will be
paid for delivery of nme at thU olllcc.
G. W. MACFARL
OFFER FOR SALE
The Cargo of the British Bark Birker,"
Jtiat Received in 125 Days from Loudou.
Galvanized Corrugated Iron,
In (!, 7, 8 & 1) Feet Lengths;
HARRKLK REST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT,
GALVANIZED RUCKETS & TUNS, all sizes;
CASES SAFETY MATCHES,
ISSUED BY THE
ir -Nlirw "VOIR IS"
ltICUAiei A. TCc!rUK3V, Iii;mIUh(.
Xoy For full tntrtieiilivrH apply to
General Auent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ASSORTMENT OF BOATING HATS,
RALES OF STRIPED LINEN RICE RAGS,
EARTHENWARE & GLASSWARE,
Special Beautiful Aasorlnuuit of
AXMINSTEE and PERSIAN RUGS I
Magnificent .Assortment of
SATIN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
ASH iV: WALNUT BRDROOM SUITES,
OLIVE & GOLD SILK BKOCATELLE PARLOR SETS,
OLD GOLD PLUSH SETS,
Iiiliiiil EmbroiderBd Satin Cliairs, Inlaid Tallies,
ROSEWOOD CAM) TABLES,
UPHOLSTERED FOLDING CHAIRS,
UAIv DINING IIOOM SUITES, Upliolntuml in l.nntliuri
IIiiikIhoiiio AHHortnieul nl'
MWNMlK I In Hoveled ,v Flat (IIiim, Silk, Hil-li
nUullMD i unil IJuiiil'jmlMuil I'mhiim.
THEO. H. DAVTES & .CO.,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
'TAJ LOR GOODS,
HATS & CAPS.
ROOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TAItS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KcroHuuo Oil "ALOHA."
VftSUU RIIACKIvTS, lii Vuilotyi
nunc v iiui.i ovi'.sv, ocoahionai
lillTRIl AHHOiillllUll Ol
w n jimf mmm & lkwohs,
LAWN TENNIS A. CKOQIJHT SE'TS,
RURRER COATS ,V OIL SUITS.
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LVERWARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED I1RICK, ETC.
Cliiill' Ciitltr.s & ( nm Knivfs.
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glessware
JAPANEW E3 GOODW,
FERTILIZERS: OhlenilnrPs I)Nolvcil Peiuvlau Ouiiun, OhleiulnrfS Speeial Cane Miiuuie.
LONDON PURPLE: Ef feet mil destroyer of I'ntato, Coltrm & Canker Wonns. Kie.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-Destrnys all Noxious Weeds & Sei ulw.
BAGS:-Suf:ar.t!ee, l'ad.ly. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Knilnaeln-; the latent linjiioveinents in material ami texture.
CJ.ilvmiied AValor Pipe, OovniRatert Iron, Fence Wive, Pipe FitliiiR.s, Etc., Etc.
llii( line of
to thin trade.
5tll Gl FoilM !
Tin: Koi.Lowixri oor
Monday, Oct. 6th:
Ci.ri: 1 -.Member N'o. :'.().
Ci.rn a Member No. u.l.
Ci.i'B 3 .Member No. r.l.
Cl.uu I .Member No. -'li.
Join a Club Now and Pay
$1.00 Per Week.
The time will pa'.', by ami you .will be n
pibl wateb ahead, and have ju-at
:ih mueh money ahead.
I". loin now and ;''' :l Solid lltt
Cold Watch lor 41 a week.
Teleiihones, No. 111)..
-V. O. Rnx :iT2.
iislace, King Street
Havinf; leabed the stoics in the liriek building known as the
"Lineoln Rloek," neaily ojipopitc the old stand, and having disposed
or that, portion of my nloek damaged Ivy the late tire, and being
in leeeipt of Now Goods per laht fleamer, and more on the wnv I
am prepared to (ill all orders ah before. Thanking the public' for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the p.ibt seven years, I
hope by piompt attention to all orders to merit a eontiniianee of the
Mine. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all jny old eus
lomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island oiders bolieiled and faithfully executed.
EMJmjunmilijmr;ili.i..i ...l. .......
" " ITITniTTJTHfUnniB
: . - "ph .i i ij i.irMijiriTHj--wjji- ii'f nr
.1. A. LUCKICTT,
Saturday, Oct. lltb.
AVitliout a Itival in Price & Quality !
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
, Having of 3U Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Heat. &
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
Exclusive- Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Wlr, W. S. WIALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Kelenl I lie A
ArllMlit OyelUt of the World,
Has been engaged nl great expeicu to
give one of Itln wonderful perrorimuieex
pilor tu bin deparliiie for Hie United
New fcHturen and IrlnU hi fiiuoy rid
ing will be hilindneed thai have never
before been withered heie,
WT'l'liiifiill lliiwnlliiii lliiiul will he
nxm.rulon Train louvos Honolulu ul
'lleliulu rij tliu niiinil n In liieliiillmr
uiIhiImIoii hi Hip kiujihiUi
Having lemoved our SODA WORKS to more commodious quaKer? at.
2Vo. 29 IT-OJ'l? STR,1331I:'X
CNear the Custom l!oua)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, ami of prime quality, any
of the fallowing Higli Class Aerated Heveiuges:
Plain, Sweet, bun, Strawberry or Cream
SarsaparillarSarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using oxelusively the HYATT PUilB WATER SY8TE&'.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
$tyjh i d
Pedigrees of All Horses Kept
The following Flue AuluiuN will
stand for servlco ut the ranch, Wululuu;
Two Nullvti rilalllniM
"PIUIA9A0" A "rilANK."
.Stallions uf viirimiH bieedH.
Mures with or without fouU
lluihua for any iitirpofii,
A Willful llieuliT himI 'I'liiliiei' In im
, it" Hiiilkfui'iliin U puruiilfi'il lit
IjiiviMiiK mnl iiiiliiliijj In) I dm.
Jill JMlllllll' UU' IDHUJllii
Jittgltim' Uh tiim llmjLM
PAUL K, ISENaKRO,