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DAILY J3ULLBMN: HONOLULU, H. J., OCTOBER 13, 18U0.
John V. Knlua lins litis tiny been
appointed an Agent intake Acknowl
edgements to IjuborContraets for the
D'uiliict of Wailuku, Uluud of Maui.
C. N. Hl'KNCKll,
Minister of tin- Inlet ior.
Interim Olllce. Oct. ti, 1S!K).
John Jliilcaknla Ilarcunba, Ksqr.,
lias tliiii tiny been Appointed Notary
Public for the Fourth Judicial Cir
cuit of tho Kingdom.
G. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Sept. .10, 18!)0.
K. Kahuliiniii has this day been
appointed Pound Master for Kailua,
District of Notth Kona, Island of Ha
waii, in place of T, N. Sinieona, de
ceased. (3. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Olllce, Oct. vS, 18H0.
James Gay, Est),, lias this day been
appointed Chairman for the Road
Hoard of the District of Waialua,
Island of Oalui. vice It. Iluls-tend re
signed. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Intciior Olllce, Oct. 0, lS'.K).
Kia Nahnolelua, Esqr., has this
day been appointed an Agent to Ap
praise Land" Subject to Government
Commutation for the Islands of
Maui, Molokai and l.auai.
The Hoard now consists, as follows:
T. W. Evninrrr,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the luteiior.
Interior Olllce, Oct. Ill, 1800.
flti tin SuuTTirftit
Pledged to neither Sect nor Pariv,
lint ext allif hed for the benefit of all
MONDAY, OCT. 13, 18l0.
G. P. Kamauoha, Est., of North
Kohala, and Z. Lakina, Esq , of 11a
nalei, have this day been appointed
Agents to Grant Marriage Licenses
for North Kohala, Hawaii, and llnnn
lei, Kauai, lespectivcly.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Oct. 1, 1S!)0.
Building Lots For Sale on South Slope
of Punchbowl Hill.
Twenty-live additional Lots have
been laid out, on the South Slope of
Punchbowl Hill along Alapai and
above Kinau streets, varying in size
from HOjdOO ft. to 110x200 ft. and
are now ready for sale.
Application for the purchase of
these Lots at an upset price which
can be ascertained at the Land Olllce,
varying from $!: to toOO each Lot,
according to size and location, will
be received at the Imciior Office.
Upon the receipt of applications
the Lots applied for will bo sold at
public auction after due advertise
ment being put tiii at the upset
Applicants must state that they
desire to purchase with intention of
improving the premises.
The terms and condition of sale
will be cash, or at the option of the
purchaser, one-fourth cash, and the
remainder in equal installments pay
able in one, two, and thiee years,
with interest payable semi annually
at the rate of seven per cent per
The purchaser must within one
yeai from the date of puichase en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on yvaler from the Government pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued for
the land upon tinal payment of the
A map of the Lots can be scon and
full paiticulars learned at the Land
Streets have been laid out and
graded, and water mains have been
laid adjoining all of the above Lots.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 8, 18!)0.
Lease of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, November 12,
18!)0, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliioluni Hale will bo
sold at public auction tho lease of
tho Government land of Kahikinui,
Maui, containing an area of 25,000
acres, more or less.
Tumi : Lease for 10 years.
Upset price $1,000 p'er annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Intel ior Office, Oct. 7, 18!M).
JjONOi.tu.il, II, I Aug, SI, IBilO,
HoIditiH of Wnltir Privileges, or
Jims!) )'.iyi"K WhIw JliilitH,Miineby
JIOUilLMl Unit Dm limirn for lining
ii'uliir for Inltsiiliut.' pinpoMwiim from
0 io 8 u'iiluul; a, ., iiiid I lolln'uloelf
0IUV. I). WIIiHON,
ttujik Hum, n'ular uiki
iliiiMw tti Uu liili)ilMj
The condition of the finances of
the Kingdom docs not warrant the
extravagant expenditures proposed
in the Appropriation Dill for the
present biennial period. The Leg
islature is erring deliberately and
foolishly in exceeding the very ex
travagant estimates ef expenditures
made by the late Cabinet, viz.,
S1,3!)1,3CR.-17; and is further lay
ing itself open to just and severe
censure by swelling the Appropria
tion Dill to almost, if not quite,
double the available receipts for the
period. We speak advisedly in this
matter ; for there is no doubt that
in several instances the late Minister
of Finance overestimated the re
ceipts for the period and we believe
that had he to make the estimate
to-day he would materially reduce
the total amount of available re
ceipts. For instance, from April 1,
1890, to the present time there has
been a slninkage in the Savings
Hank deposits which, wc are in
formed, will cause them to fall short
of ex-Ministcr Damon's estimate
from fifteen to twenty per cent.
Whether this shrinkage results from
withdrawal of the loan fund, or
otherwise, is not material. There
arc several good financial reasons,
known to those who have carefully
made investigation of existing
financial, and threatened commer
cial conditions, which will likely
cause a further shortage in the Post
al Hank's receipts. Or, even tak
ing the most favorable view: the
fact that the deposits and with
drawals lluctualc between limits of a
few thousands of dollars of the av
erage amount on deposit shows that
a maximum has been reached which
may, at any moment, with the pre
sent doubtful financial status, ex
hibit a downward tendency which
the Government would be entirely
unable to meet under the law, and
especially so with every available
source of income strained to its ut
most by the exorbitant demands of
the present spendthrift Appropria
The Savings Dank serves as an
illustration only; there will be found
to be other shortages of as serious a
nature in Government receipts ex
isting under the new, peculiar and
somewhat unexpected alteration of
values forced upon the Kingdom by
a combination of internal and exter
nal causes. This general state of
financial depression, uncertainty of
future values, lack of confidence at
Home or abroad call it what yon
will is destined to affect every
branch of business, ever' trade,
every individual or corporate indus
try exactly in proportion to the'
amount of capital invested, be it
represented by museles or gold,
brains or machinery.
The Legislature under tho pre
sent economic circumstances are to
he censured without regard to party
or factional lines: offenses in ex
travagauce have been committed
from every side, until the result is
nn Appropriation Dill of nearly five
millions dollars for a Kingdom with
an available income of between two
and three millions of dollars. The
old adage Is still applicable ; the (in
ck'ntH wore right; tho fool ami his
inonpy tiro book parted. Tliu r
proof applies us wull to Leujbliitlvit
bodies us It ilnos to IimIIvIOmuIh,
1'rlor lo Uip Incoming of tliu lulc
inliiiliiUtiutloii soiiiu liunl tiling
mwm hdIiI of kliiifly uslMvupiieii
mill of (li I'ruinlnr'n folly i Iml
tflUlIU lllllly UU)llll) lllB jfUUllUIHHU
JIEOIIflfcllljf fiBflflflJJllfl lUUtUUMUlt tun)
jutei to dlawwuliul Uu (Jlluojj
pie iujJ b IMuUj km u to
a second Legislative body, pledged
dn both sides to reform, attempting
to double-discount former kingly
One of the results of our national
longing for reform, is that our lead
ers have persistently returned to
their political llesh-pots, instead of
leading us out of Hie financial Egypt.
The King's power was rightfully cur
tailed; but the Legislature is now
virtually granting four Ministers
unprecedented power and discre
tion, such as the King and pre-rev-olutionary
Premier never dreamed
of using, by passing enormous and
absurd appropriations including al
most every national extravagance,
and individual folly, which will al
low the Ministers to spend right and
left, as they see fit, until our nation
al pittance of an income of a little
over two millions of dollars has gone
to financial "glory."
We arc aware there is example
for the spendthrift spirit of the Leg
islature of 1890 ; but evil examples
are not followed by wise-men and
always deserve rebuke. Those who
have defended national economy in
the present Legislature, are, as
heretofore, a very small niinority.
Nobles and Representatives have
erred alike wherever prompted by
local or individual interests. Some
have even displayed a wanton lev
ity in the matter and one, we are
glad it was only one, proposed to
increase a salary $200, over a pro
posed increase, so that the monthly
payments could be made in equal
sums I The pity of it! and this man
a Legislator at a time when Hawaii
needs clear financial heads and
brave patriotic hearts to keep her
out of the bands of the political, as
well as the financial Jews. In this
connection we are aware Legislative
extravagance has been praised in
journalistic paragraphs, within the
last few days, and that a policy of
Government expenditure has there
by been endorsed, which would soon
place the business of such news
paper in financial jeopardy if prac
ticed in its business office. This is
but another case of the blind lead
ing the unwary into a financial and
political deadfall from which there
will be found no means of self-extri
laltiro of 1800, it is time that as n
nation we pause and look calmly
before us. National extravagance
now, means general bankruptcy
hereafter, not immediately to the
Government, it can borrow, for a
time at least; not directly to the
wealthy, but swiftly to those of
small and medium means who must
bear the immediate results of Legis
lature prodigality coupled with other
depressing causes. It further means
the rapid increase of a national de
ficit and, generally, heavy losses to
capitalists and others who have
money or credit enough to avoid a
Court of Daiikiuptcy. It means, in
a sentence, the shrinkage of com
mercial values and the foreclosure
of debts; heme the lowering of
wages geneiaiiy, a partial stagnation
of the mechanical trades and the
general debility of home indiistiiea
and foreign enterprise.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Workingmcn of Hawaii, Messrs.
Capitalists and Planters, and you
especially, Gentlemen of the Legis-
I am Instructed by Dit. CARTER to sell
at Public Auction,
On TI1UKSDAY, Oct. KJ
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At hii rc'IiU'iue, King street, next to
Kawalahno Church, the whole ol his
Household Fundi lire ami Effects (mi
account of departure) comprising:
1B.W. PARLOR SET,
Upholstered in Velvet;
Ebony & M:ibl: (Chinese) Parlor Fur
niture, lion Bedsteads, Mattra-ses,
Mosqtiito Nets, Oil Cloth & Matting, 15.
V. Revolving Rook Cno, Center Hug,
Pictures. Cm niins & Poles, B. W. Kx
tenston Dining Table &, Chairs. 15. W.
SIdeboarJ, Crockery & Glassware,
1 New Square Pianoforte,
By Stein way & Sons, in perfect order.
Cost 10(10 In New York; Lumps. Bleat
Safe & Refrigerator, It. V. Wiudrobe,
Vienna Chairs, Bureaus Butler's Tray,
Kitchen Stove & Cooking Utensll, Etc
And at 12 o'clock noon,
1 New Family Carriage (Surry), 1 Cov
ered Brake, 1 Fine Can iage Mure, 1
Mure & Colt, Set Harness, Saddle it
Bridle, Etc., Etc.
Ft The house will be open for in
spection on Wednesday, from 10 to -I.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
CS2 .It Auctioneer.
ON the i
'oolen Horse Blanket.
leave at No. H8 Fort street.
Waikiki to Kalilii
TABLE Grapes for sale by It. Leh
man; fi pounds for $1. Bell
Telephone 1117. (i82 2v
. W. MACFARL
OFFER FOR SALE
The Cargo of the British Bark ' Birker,"
Just Received in 125 Days from London.
Galvanized Corrugated Iron,
In C, 7, 8 & 9 Feet Lengths;
BARRELS BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT,
GALVANIZED BUCKETS & TUBS, all sizes;
CASES', SAFETY MATCHES,
ASSORTMENT OF BOATING HATS,
BALES OF STRIPED LINEN RICE BAGS,
EARI'IIENWARE & GLASSWARE,
Special Beautiful Assortment of
AXfflltfSTER and PERSIAN RUGS
ALL SIZES ;
Magnificent Assortment of
SA'ITN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
ASH & WALNUT BF.DROOM SUITES,
OLIVE & GOLD SILK BROUATELLE PARLOR SETS,
OLD GOLD PLUSH SETS,
ISSUED BY THE
Cash Assets t
OF TVIS'W YO"Rli:
ltI!HAttlt A, 3lcf!limY. t'wMtilcnr.
Rtf For full partioiilaiB apply lo
JS. .1$. ROSE,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS.
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
. ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
" SHEET LEAD,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES, jaP
KeroHene Oil " Al-OIIA."
ROSEWOOD CARD TABLES,
UPHOLSTERED FOLDING CHAIRS,
OAK DININCS ROOM SUII'KS, lilioUtnrr1 In J.imlliur,
llnmlHomo AHHortimml of
In Jluvulfil A Fl.it Muni. Hill;, I'IiihIi
mill lliiiMlMMiiniiil Finnic,
WAM IIHAOKKTS, In Ymlutyi
HUM A- HUM) (JVI'rtV, UMMKIONAI & UUIINHH TAHUJH,
Klll'Ui! Ahhih'ImmihI ill
i i "m i ,wi ikr.iT.vitn
winy if ft. nun i c .is a
tt ttti !Fa! (,Ft4Jt.wrjtf -
D7II !.; :ii)Mii
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & Oil. SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER l'OTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
CInifl' differs & Cane KhIvch.
DRY GOODS! r,B"0AK
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery &, Glassware,
Gil I Vim
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Olileudorl's Special Cane Minimo.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Kte.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
BAGS:-Sugur,Kiee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest improvements in mateilal and texture.
y.eil Water Pioe. Corrmrnlefl Tvnn. Fonnn Wiv.i i
tine line of
Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire,
Pipe Fittings, Etc
5tl CI Forniii !
THE FOLLOWING HOT
Monday, Oct. Clh:
Cum 1 Member No. ::il.
Ci.mi 2 Meinbi-r No. ifl.
Cum 3 .Member No. .11.
Cl.L'lt I Member No. 'Jii.
Join a Club Now and Pay
SI. OO Per Week.
The time will puss by and you will be a
j;ohl wateh ahead, and 'have jut
as mueli money abend.
Jgy-.Tnin now and get a Solid 1 list
Gold W.il.b lor SI :i week.
H. F. Wicliii, Watch Gill
Telephones, No. 11!).-
to this trade.
p. o. Hoxina.
Ones, iistace, King Street.
Ilnvinp; leased the stores in tho brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand, and ha vine; disposed
of that portion of my .stock damaged by the late lire, and beini'
in receipt of New Goods per last. Hteanier, and more on the wav, t
am prepared to fill all ordeis aa before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past, seven years, 1
hope by prompt attention to all ordeis to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage lo
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
"CLIMAX" BAKIN6 POWDER
Without n, Kival in Price & Quality 1
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
A Raving of XX Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best. jfrTT
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
I make a specially of lepnlrlng line
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
Ilolel St., under the "Arlington.1
Tie Crystal Soda Ms
lias removed to the Kin-proof
HI JLxi II"; JS t ! et.
ALL necoiiiiis due lo ibo Daily lli'i.
i.UTIN up lii the itoiii .September,
IBIIO, tint payable lo Mm iiiideilgiied,
who will iiImi pay all claims iiguluM tlin
miiiiiuiji o lliul ilulo, In oulcr to clone
uiTMinU, an emly settlement W in
uucteil, Mr, CIiiih, T. (liillel;, No, ;m
Meivliuiil hi reel, In iiiitlmrlm to cnl
li'cl all uccoiiiiu for mlvi'i lUIng,
i. , , . WAIl'Kirilll.li.
llniioliilii.Oi'i.li, iKiio, (.l();l
I H -Ml 'LA liiislny imiiln mi miui.
llUMClll III Ik Him bint, nil iJ,,,!J l,,,v'.
ITi.V ; LiYnu ..:..! "."-.'." l"".V!V.uu'
lins i'iuiui mhuuipi uuj ij, nauu
Having lenioved our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarter at
JVo. 2 FORT STlJEJIST,
(Near the Custom House)
Wo are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated leverages :
.(Winn KtmiiAiw nr Prunm
I uuuuij jjuuiuuj uiiuiiuuilj Ul UI Uullt
Sarsaparilla, SarBaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PUitE WATER SYSTEM.
OLLISTER & CO.,
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
Pedigrees of All Horses Kept
WW ' MIl'lUKiri'llltli
The follnwlng I'lno AnlluiiN will
stand for Mirvlce at IhiHuneli, Wiihilae;
TlVU h'Ullyil HUllIllHIK
KtulliniiH of vailuiia hienln,
Mines wild nr without foul,
Horses fur iniy pin jidbii,
,A HMIfiiUlii'iil.itr hihI ThiIim'I' I'iii
ilii)Til mi Mia iiini'li,
,W7 WBllifrti'llim l uiJHiuiilfjiil In
liirahliiK Mini liiiliiliiif iiOittin,
raui, h, mmmnQ,