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JDA1L.Y UUJLjLBTJU: JIONOLULU, 11. J,, OCTOBET? 10, 1!)U.
John V. Kalua ban llii day been
appointed an Agent In take Acknowl
edgements to I-silioi,(1oiitimMs for the
Diitilrl of Wailuku, Island of Maui.
Minister of tlit Interim.
hilerioi Olliee. Ott. '., ISltO.
K. Kahulaniti has tbi ilay been
appointed l'outul Muster for Kailna,
District of Xwth Komi, Island of Ha
wuii, in place of T. X. Simcona, ilc-ivan-d.
C. X. Sl'KNl'KK,
Minister of tin Inieiinr.
I nleiior Olliee, Oct. 8. I Silt).
Plrtlirttt to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut rstablithrtl for tht beneit of all,
KHIDAY, OCT. 10, 1880.
Junius (liiy, Ki., litis this day been
appointed Chairman for the lto:ul
Hoard of the District of Wnialitn,
Island of O.ilm. vice K. llalslcail re
signed. C. X. Sl'KNOKll,
Mini.-turof the Interior.
Interior Olliee, Oct. !l, IS'.H).
The Committee .involuted, by the
l'lanteis' Labor and Supply Co., to
confer with the House Commerce
Committee have bad their llrsl meet
ing. We do not as yet know the re
sult of the eonferenec, but sincerely
hope bill will be introduced into
the House which will justly meet the
exigencies of the planters and the
just demands of free labor. We
further hope as little delay will tie
made as will give the country as
sured and practical results. Hut let.
it liu remembered, too much haste
will only cause new .complications
and further disappointments. Let
the planters have the labor they re
quire; but protect with just and
sure regulations and i est riot inns on
immigration the free-labor inter
ests of Hawaii.
15. 1'. Kamauolm, Kip, of North
Kobala, and .. Lakiua, l-Nq , of I In
nulei, have this day been appointed
Agents to Grant Marriage Licences'
for Noil 1 1 Kobala, Hawaii, and liana
lri, Kauai, tespeetively.
V. X. SPKNCK15,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interim Olliee, Oct. I, 1M0.
Building Lots For Sale on South Slope
of Punchbowl Hill.
Twenlv-livo additional Lots hae
been laid out, on the South Slope of
l'unchbowl Hill along Alapai and
above Kinau streets, varying in m.o
fioni 90x100 ft. to 110x200 ft. and
are now ready for sale.
Application for the pureha'-e of
these Lots at an up-ct pi ice which
can be ascertained at the Land Olliee.
varying from -1? 1 7r to $.100 each Lot,
according to size and location, will
be received at the liueiior Office.
Upon the receipt of applications
the Lots applied for will be told at
public auction after due adveitise
incnt being put up at tbe upset
Applicants nuisl state that they
desiie to puicbase with intention of
improving the picmises.
The terms and condition of sale
will be cash, or at the option of the
purchaser, one-foiutb cash, and tbe
remainder in equal installments pay
able in one, two, and tbiee years,
with interest payable semi annually
at the rate of seven per cent per
The purchaser must within one
year from tbe date of purchase Vn
close the. land bought by him with a
'4001I and substantial fence and lay
on water from tbe Government pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued for
tho land upon final payment of tbe
purchase pi ice.
A map of the Lots can be seen and
full p.ntieulars learned at tbe Land
.Sheets' have been laid out and
'.trailed, and water mains have been
laid adjoining all of tbe above Lots.
O. X. SPENCKK,
Minister of tbe Interior.
liileiiorOlico, Oct. 8, 18tK).
Lease of Government Land at
TWO OF A KIND.
When last writing on the subject
we naturally supposed, and so stated,
Rev. Mr. Hishop would be constrain
ed to drop a matter involving his
own misconduct when the facts were
produced which rendered his posi
tion absolutely untenable in the eyes
of honest men; it did not occur to
us at the time that the reverend
gentleman would resort to actually
garbling the records of the Legisla
ture to cover his moral and profes
sional delinquencies. AVe became
aware, however, of the kind of man
we had to deal with upon receiving
the reverend gentleman's communi
cation published yesterday after
noon. The deliberate attempt of Kev.
M. Bishop to quote a disconnected
sentence of Minister Spencer's state
ment, in support of the designed
and malicious untruth published in
The Friend, has already aflixed the
"Scarlet Letter' to the reverend
gentleman's moral and professional
reputation, which neither his pro
testations nor those of his friends
will sullice to disguise, though the
letter be covered with golden em
broidery and be declared the priv
ileged emblem of piety and virtue.
If the reverend gentleman thinks
for a moment the Hawaiian public
are dullards enough to swallow his
misstatements of fact, with the re
cord open before them, he is wholly
and most unwisely deceiving both
himself and his immediate partisans.
Our mere insertion of the whole
citations in question, within the
body of ltev. Mr. Bishop's bungling
defense, was a sulllcient refutation
of that gentleman's reply, as far as
the truth of our previous strictures
The reverend gentleman claims
that, good Father Damon "was un
der some limitations which do not
control myself." He might have
added with equal force and truth
that all reputable journalists ami
honest men generally, without re
ference to political or religious be
liefs, are also under some moral and
professional limitations which do
not seem to control "The Editor of
the Fiiend." One of these limita
tions is telling the truth.
the Ucform Parly's organ, and made
certain assertions, allegations and
alleged explanations, which be had
failed to confront! the Finance Com
mittee with during the ten days al
11. On Sept. 17lh, and during fur
ther consideration of their Report,
the Finance Committee made a
strong light to have Mr. Thurston'u
newspaper defense of himself, and
attack on the Committee, made a
part nt the proceedings of the
House, so that his assertions and
allegations could be investigated
then and there; but the attempt
was defeated by Mr. Thurston's
friends, led by Hon. II. P. Haiti
win, who struck Mr. Thurston's
colors and rah up the motto,
"He who tights and iimaway.
May live to light another day."
These facts have all been duly anil
carefully suppressed by the rever
end delinquent, who signs himself,
"The Editor of the Friend." In
their place he has deliberately re
published unttuthfitl conclusions
concerning the whole alfair. The
most Mr. Thurston has accomplish
ed has been an attempt to evade at
long range the force of the facts
round by the Finance Committee,
ruder the circumstances we do not
consider thorp is need for cither
"ethical" or "religious preach
ment" from our pen, as suggested
by llev. Mr. Hishop: the facts
themselves have thus far proved a
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Horses & Carriages
LSSUK1) 11Y THE
On SATURDAY, Ocl.
AT 1 O'CLOCK .00.
In front of niv Salesroom, Queen 'licet,
I will .-ell at Public Auction.
broken to "addle ami harness:
5 Morses, broken to saddle;
.". Tup liturgies,
1 Open Buggy.
1 BRAKE, 2 ROAD CARTS,
j as. f. mono AN,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
ow iyisw yot ic
Cash Assets, : : : : : Over $13,000,000
KIOIIAUD A. UMUHtOV, IV,-li!il.
RUT" For full particulars apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
STEINITZ CHESS CLUB.
The Sleinitz Chess Club held a
business meeting yesterday even
ing, Mr. llruee Cattwright, presi
dent, in the chair. Mr. V. H. tsms,
secretary, read the report of the
treasurer. There is a small amount
to the good ami all the equipments
are paid for. Mr. G. Ernest. Thrum
having resigned the olliee of treas
urer, Mr. C. M. White was unan
imously elected in his place. The
president and Mr. Lange were ap
pointed a chess editing committee.
.Messrs. White, F. Brown and Lange
were appointed an "amusement
committee" to arrange matches,
welcome strangers, recruit mem
Abb accounts due to the Daily I'.ii,
l.r.TlN up to the JlOth September,
18!M), aie paynlik to the umler.slgneil.
who will al-n pay all claims ngahixt the
same up to that (lute. In niiler to clnt-c
iiivimiiN, an curly settlement Is ic
(iiuteil. Mr. Clias. T. Gullet;, No. its
Merchant street. Is autborleil to col
lect all accounts for advertising.
Honolulu, Oct. tl, ISilO. USD at
HAWAIIAN' Council Xn. C8J, Ame
rican l.i'iou of Honor, meets
THIS (Kililay) KVKN'ING, at 7::S0
o'clock, at Ilariuonv Hall. King street.
i'.S0 tr Secretary.
JKAHTLA having made an asigu-
incut to the mule iNigncil for the
beuelit of his creditors, all persons Imv
1m: claims against said .1. Kiilulii are
rt'tpioMcil to present them within two
months at the olliee of llyuian Brothers,
ami all who are iliilebted to . I. Kabila
must make immediate payment to the
rpiIAT Tract or Parcel of
L I.aml situated la I'alolo
Valley, containing an area of
Hit) acres more or less ami
licloiijrlii;' to the estate of
Chas. Long, deceased. A lease may lie
given for a term of years anil immediate
possession, if desired. This laud was
for a term of ten years inuler lease
to the. late I'lillip Milton. For further
information please apply to
Guardian Etatc Cluis. Long, ilec'd.
GOOD Pasture for Horses at Koolau.
Apply to Mrs. Cha-.. llirani, at
Stables. ,r to
G. W. MACFARLA
OFFER FOR SALE
The Cargo of the British Bark
Just Received in 125 Days from London.
On WEDNESDAY, November 12,
1HDII, at 12 o'clock noon, at tbe fiont
enhance of Aliiolani Hale will be
hold at public auction the lease of
the Government land of Kahikiuui,
.Maui, containing an area of 25,(11X1
acres, more or less.
Term : Lease for 10 yeais.
Uprtct prico 11,500 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance
C. N. Sl'ENCEH,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Olliee, Oct. 7, 18i)0.
Iloxoi.ui.f, II. I., Aug. '., 18(1(1.
Ilohbiifi of Water Privileges or
. tho,-o paying Water Kates, ai churchy
notlllcil Hint tlui hours for iinitig
waler for inigatingpiirpoM'ruiii from
II o 8 o'clock a, i., and I to II o'clock
Chah. II, WILSON,
fcslipl. Iloiio. 'iittr Woiku,
' I. .V. ril'DNITK,
,Miiiilil'o( (lie Inlfilnr,
im ha w?
i- ..A I'D.
The attempt of the ltev. Mr.
Hishop to aid his brother in political
distress, Mr. L. A. Thurston, will
also prove futile when confronted
with the facts. Mr. Thurston's
'political ami mental idiosyncrasies,
like those of Rev. S. E. Hishop, are
pretty well seasoned and will there
fore be perfectly understood by most
of the community. Tho facts con
nected with Mr. Thurston's "dream
of greatness" are substantially as
follows, as far as connected with tho
iteport of the Finance Committee :
1. Mr. Thurston petitioned for
leave to appear upon the lloor of the
House to answer the committee.
i. The privilege was granted him,
and he was given ten days in which
to prepare his "refutation."
:), The ten days lapsed ami Mr.
Thurston neither appeared before
the llotue nor before llie nuance
I, Al the expiration of llio ten
iluyit, oil Nupti'iilbur Ifith, (lie Fin
(limit llcpni'l ennui up In Din HoiiKit
ft. Tlltnluy" uflr-rllic iiKpliiitlon of
MhJ ID!) llliy. IHl lllli l lliollmi
Mi jmnilljJF In Hie lluumi for ilm
mJjjUfuJJ UliW )'Ij)UIIii UuUllllilUlrt'ii
MMU &J' TuWiUm gUttiiliwJ Hid
r'ttliiuaJtiiU'i fljj Mrja. mil!. iiiiiJijpi)
Galvanized Corrugated Iron,
In (I, 7, 8 A 0 Feel Lengths;
HAItltELS HEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT,
fJALVANIZED BUCKETS & TUBS, all sizes;
CASES SAFETY MATCHES,
ASSORTMENT OF BOATING HATS,
BALES OF .STRIFE!) LINEN RICE BAGS,
EARTHENWARE & GLASSWARE,
Special JJeiuitil'ul Asnortnionl. of
AXMItfSTER and PERSIAN RUGS !
Magnificent AHsorlment of
SATIN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
ASH & WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
OLIVE & GOLD SILK BROCATELLE PARLOR SKTS,
OLD GOLD FLUSH SETS,
Inlaid Eiroirefl Satin Chairs, Inlaid T
ROSEWOOD CARD TAIJLES,
UPHOLSTERED FOLDING CHAIRS,
OAK DINING ROOM SUITES, Upholstered In Lonthcr;
Iiii(Ihoo AHHOilmoitt ('
MIRRORS ! ' JSSnSin ! MIRRORS
TITEO. IT. DAT1ES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS A: CAPS.
HOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS A- CHAINS.
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
WAN. WIACKKTS, In Vuilelyi
IM.ACK .V GOLD CiYI'rfV, OCCMrilONAI, K C'OIINKII TAIII.IvK,
,l!l'ru Ahhoi'IihuiiI of
WIN 1B, JWRS & LIQUORS,
IITHI Ull",, UUn,, WW, hv
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC, .TO.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC
Kro.sMio Oil ALOIIA." S3 ClmlV Cutters & t uiu Kniv4.
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILI2ERS:-Jhlenilorf's l)lolved IVinvian (iuaim, Ohleiulmt's Speelal Cants iMniuuv.
LONDON PURPLE: Elfeetu.il destroyer of Potato. Cut ton A. Canker Worms, l-te.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-neMroyiall Noxbms Wee.ls ,t Sernlw.
BAGSt-Sujiar, ltlee, Paihly. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS:-V.iubraeiiiK the latest hnpiovenients in mateila) anil lexliue.
fiiil van icl Wat pi ripo, rovrngatert Iron, Fcmw Wire, Pipe Fittini Et., Etc.
to lilts trade.
Slinitly expeeleil a
line Hue of
5!li (lliili FormiiE!
tiik roLi.owiNt; nor
MoiuLiy, Ocl. Glh:
Ci.rn 1 -Member Xo.::0.
Ci.rn Member N'o. nil.
Ol.ril :! Memlier No. .".1.
Cl.ru I Member No. L'li.
Join a Club Now and Pay
$1.00 Per Week.
The time will pa-. by and yon will be :i
frolil watch ahead, ami have ju-t
:iv much money ahead.
to?" -loin now and pel a Solid 111;!
(inbl Walrh for 41 a week.
H. F. WicliBiiii, Walcli Gl
.1. A. Ll'CKK'IT,
Saturday, Oct. 11th.
Mr, W. S. IWALTBY,
The Uudli-puleil Cluunplon Selenlille it
ArllHtlit UyelM of the World,
Has been eupa;eil al jjivat expeuiti to
plvn mie of hi- wonderful pei-foruiiineeti
prior In bin departure for the United
Now fi-nliiriM and lrlek In fauev ibl
bw will he biirodm-ed thai Imye 'iiever
hefnrn been wlnin'd liiue,
t?T 'I'lni full HiiwiiIIiiii Kami will In
Excursion Train leaves Honolulu at
230 P, M,
Th'U'l fur ili imiml nip nuiilii
uiJiiilntlun iij Uiu biuuujUi
H HH CJUJN'pfei, ;
jlbmM mwi JJwH
'I'elepbone.s N'o. 11!)..
0. Box '.V1.
usface, King Street.
llavinj; leased tho stores in the brick building known an Ibe
" Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand, anil havint,' disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late lire, and beinj?
m leceiptof Now Goods per last steamer, and more on the wnv, I
am prepared to (ill alKorders as before, thanking the public' for
tho libeial patronage- bestowed on me for the past seven years, I
hope by piompl titlention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
.xanie. At. the new stand shall be pleased to sec all my old cus
tomers, and w many new ones as may II ml it to their advantage to
call. Lslanil oidcis solicited and faithfullv executed.
'CLIMAX'' BAKING POWDER
Without a nivalin Price & Quality!
. One-third the Price of the Koyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
BJV A Saving f XI l'er Cent in Cost and Quality tbe Very Bent,
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islamic
Having icmoved our SODA WOKKS to more coinmi.dioiif; qnarleii av
Tfo. 29 I,CJarX, JSTJR.jESES'T,
fNear the Custom House)
Wu arc now piepared to furnish at short notice, ami of prime ciinlily any
of tlm fallowing High Class Aerated Beverages: '
I GINGER ALE,
Plain, ' Sweet, Lemon, strawberry or Cream mil,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT VURE WAT Kit SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
TOUT HTKBMT. : : ; t : : HBHH,11UI.
jpL Pedigrees of All Horses Kept
The followlii); Klne AiilnialH will
Hl.'iiul fn' Mii'vlrn at tlm runeli, Walaliin;
Nuiiiiau Htiillloii ,
'I'n'it Nnlh'u HlitllloiiH
SlalllniiHiif viiiluim hreedH,
Miui'H wllb or without fiml,
lliUM-s fur any pinpiiRu,
A fiUlfiiHIivukitr Mini TmllltT I 'lll
ltt)'IM tin Uiu iiiihIi,
Hr HiilUfiii'llMM Klimitnlt'i'il III
IlliyihlHH mill lililnlnH hi)ni,
RAUL. H, KNVKRQ,