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BY AUTHORI !Y.
Tender for School Houses.
Tenders will lip received at the
Office of the Hoard of Education un
til TUESDAY, the 21st hut., at 12
o'clock noon, for building and com
pleting a school lioiue, with two
looms, at Knuluwel.i, noai School
street, in this District ; and for an
addition to the pchool house at Wni
kikikai. Plans and specilieatioiiR may he
seen at the Otl'ice of the Hoard of
Kducation, in the Government Huild
The Board docs not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Kducation Office, Oct. 14, 1800.
Sale of Lease of tbe Government Land
in Miloa, Konala, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, October lfi,
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at the fionl
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be
sold at public auction, 328 acres of
Ciiazing Land at Makiloa, Koluila,
Upset Price $r0 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Term 15 years.
G. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Office, Sept. 10, 1890.
Sale of Additional Building Lots on
South Slope of Punchbowl Hill.
On THURSDAY, Nov. IS, lS'JO, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold at Pub
lic Auction, Twenty-live Lots, situate
on the South Slope of Punchbowl
Hill along Alapai and above Kinau
stieets, varying in sie from 1)0x100
ft. to 110x200 ft.
Upset price Varying from if 1.10
to $500 each lot, accoiding to size
The terms and condition of sale
will be cash, or at tbe option of the
puichaser, one-fouith cash, and the
remainder in equal installments pay
able in one, two, and thice years,
with interest payable semi-annually
at the rate of seven per cent vei
The purchaser must within one
year fioin the date of purchase en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from the Government pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued foi
the land upon final payment of tbe
A map of the Lots can he seen and
full particulars learned at the Land
Street, have been laid out and
graded, and water mains have been
or shortly will he laid adjoining all of
tbe above Lot".
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 10, 1800.
John Haleakala Barenaba, Esqr.,
has this day been appointed Notaiy
Public for the Fourth Judicial Cir
cuit of the Kingdom.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offiee, Sept. .'10, 1800.
Kia Nahaolelua, Esqr,, lias this
day been appointed an Agent to Ap
pr.iiso Lands Subject to Government
Commutation for the Islands of
Maui, Molokai and Lanai.
The Boaid now consists as follows:
T. W. EvKHirrr,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilier, Oct. HI. 1800.
Hy virtue of the aulhoiiiy in inn
vesttd by the Constitution and the
Statute of this Kingdom and deem
ing it csfcciiliul to the pimuotinu of
justice, I do hereby oider Unit the
Regular Term of the Thinl .liulloinl
(iiiriiit to bo held at Wuiohinii, Kau,
Hawaii, on I lie Hint ThuiKiluy of
Hiiptitnibor, 181)0, mill by' mo post
poned until Monday, the Ifiili Sup
lumber, lie mid the miiiio Ik liniehy
further potnn"l until MONDAY,
tho Hill tiny (if Novi'inlier, IhllO, nl II
O'llluuk a, ,
twl W'Hjiiu my limn! mid
; till) Moil oi hid Miiprmiin
Jw & lliiiJil ul IJiiinlnliii lil
) iki till)' of Hi'lilMiiilinr,
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. , 185)0.
Holders of Water 1'iivileges or
those paying Water Hates, aiuhoicby
nolilied that the bonis for using
water for in igatingvuu poses are from
(J to 8 o'clock A. M., and -I'tot! o'clock
Ciiab. 11. WILSON,
Supl. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Si'KNcr.it,
Minister of the Interior.
T I I 1-5
Halted to neither Sect nor Party,
But established tor the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, OCT. 14, 181)0.
The Legislature yesterday created
a new ollice Secretary of the Boaul
of Immigration. Probable cause
was shown for the action. Hut
when is the House going to carry
out the pledge of both parties, to
abolish all useless offices and reduce
excessive salaries? There are bills
before the House to create a score
or so of new olllces. All changes in
salaries thus far have been in the
line of increase. Gentlemen, it will
require the genius of a Richelieu to
devise promises for next election
which the people will believe.
That thoroughly partisan journal,
the Advertiser, is again writing edi
torial buncombe tor the delectation
of its factional readers. That other
factional extremist, R. W. Wilcox,
seems to be a red rag to the Adver
tiser ; for every time he follows that
journal's example by rushing into
an extreme he throws its journalistic
judgment into a partisan frenzy,
without a moment's warning to an
Now it is but fair to state that
Mr. Wilcox's exhibition of extreme
political folly in the House yester
day, and the Advertiser's extreme
folly in printing this morning that
the "coolest heads" hi the House
were startled ; that there was
"threatened disturbance" etc., only
proves to the general public, 'what
fools these mortals be' when they
become extremists in either politics
There is no more danger of the
good people of Hawaii allowing the
Wilcox faction to dethrone the King,
than there is present danger of al
lowing the Advertiser faction to do
so. Both of these extreme political
factions have tried their hands at
dethroning kings and upsetting gov
ernments for personal ends, and
both have made speedy and ultimate
failures. The general public has
pretty well made up its mind not to
permit any more of these political
antics, no matter from which faction
of alleged patriots the proposals
There is, however, one improve
ment about this last dose of Adver
tiser buncombe ; it is more moder
ately drawn than usual and does not
appear to be purposely dished up to
injure the country abroad. It is
silly nevertheless very silly as
silly in fact as the Advertiser.
A CANCEROUS IDEA.
Has the so-called "Constitution"
ever been printed in any properly
authorized volume of our laws. If
so, it has escaped notice at any rate
it is not accessible. Can you spare
room in your paper, continually
crowded with true and reliable mat
ter, to insert the third paragraph of
that poor orphan of a fundamental
As the statement is recalled, it
was to the effect that one person
had the right and the power to abol
ish, take away, and do away with
all our rights, and that he thereupon
proceeded to do it. Of course every
body knows the claim was not made
by that person of his own free will
aiid accord, but all the samo it is u
dangerous idea to remain where it
is. As a corner-stone upon which
to build a free and enlightened gov
eminent for this or any other nation
it is neither square, round, oblong,
a cone, cylinder, nor primn. X,
THE PLANTERS' PROPOSALS.
KlMTOH Jtl'I.I.KTIK :
Allow inu ti little fepuco to dUciiHK
Hie proposed Chinese hill (ax pub
lished In your mpor of lliu Nth
libdiiiil) to ho MihiuiiWxl to tliu ,e
HiMlltllM', 1,1'ulhllltllHI COIlMhtillK
of HV0 piiltlttb, both of ivliluli pludg.
fil HiniiiMihi'K to uii unii'UlilniiM)
policy In oider lotrnpnmi Urn viiIpt.
If nil tliu prihMoiiinif Din iiiaitp
1)111 IVI'H1 minimi jut i If tin lnhnmr
upOi"lnJ or lUtui'iii urnl liuiiml
JjIum'K I'J', I'MiHll uui) Miuimi'i
(nlU. y Milt D) I If 111! Ililk lawn till.
mlarmmm mHAru I). H Uw
lion of a desertion (Art. fi) ; if the
laborer has paid his fine snd ex
penses, etc. (Art. 0) ; if tho person
assisting a deserter has been punish
ed (Art. 7), and 81 has been col
lected by the Minister of Foreign
Affairs for permit (Ait. 8), and if
even a permission of the Minister
to remain five years longer has been
offered the Chinaman, whot then?
Suppoe the man refuses the kind
ness to work live years longer and t o be
even deported? Well, he will bo ar
rested (assuming ho has been iden
tified) ; lie will approach Mr. W. R.
Castle or Mr. W. O. Smith or some
one else with a retainer; his case
through habeas corpus will come be
fore four or live Supreme Judges,
who With foui or live shrugs of their
shoulders will older the prisoner
released, because of the trifle- over
looked; because of the Constitution
nJF this Kingdom, which forbids de
priving any person of his liberty,
etc., ec. Mr. W. I?. Castle or W.
O. Smith, or some other gentleman,
will have then again defeated an at
tempt of the wage-earners to free
themselves from the Asiatic hordes.
If the planters wanted laborers
why in the name of common sense
did they override the just demand
of the small merchants and wage
earners for an extra session of the
Legislature last year? Why did they
defeat the. call for a Constitutional
Convention! No, these things could
not lie done ; it was against some
thing, against principle, etc. 1 no
tice their principle does not run shy
of guns and bullets when their own
pockets are touched, but when the
people demand piotcction for tlicln
selves, these wealthy men coolly
say, "non possuinus." No, again;
tliis whole bill has nothing in it that
will stand legal test. It is merely a
new, cast-iron labor contract, the
provisions of which will last as long
as the man is under it; hut which
will be food for lawyers as soon as
the slave's time has expired. It is
an attempt to override public opin
ion and public demand and I call on
the representatives of the National
Reform Party to be true to their
pledge. If our representatives want
support we will call a mass meeting,
irrespective of party politics, and
see how strong we arc.
No. 30 Nnuauu St. P. 0. Eox 267.
Boot and Shoe Store.
Having had 10 years experience in
the business, I am" preparul to nianii
faetuie to order lasliionabli; hand
sew etl Ladies' it Gentlemen's Hoots &
Shoes. Also, Fiench it American Hoots
it Shoes leeched by eveiy steamer.
Prices ieaonablc. I solicit your pat
ronage. 504 3m
OFFER FOR SALE
The Cargo of the British Bark Birker,"
Just Received in 125 Days from London.
Galvanized Corrugated Iron,
In 0, 7, 8 & 9 Feet Lengths;
BAI5HKLM HKST ENGLISH PORTLAND CISMKXT,
GALVANIZED HUCKKTS & TUHK, all sizes;
CASES SAFETY WATCHES,
ASSORTMENT OF BOATING HATS,
BALKS OF STBIPED LINEN RICE -BAGS,
EARTHENWARE &. GLASSWARE,
Kpiwinl Beautiful AHSorlmonl ol
AXMINSTER and PERSIAN RUGS !
l;ij;ini!ent Assortment, of
SATIN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
ASH ,1 WALNUT BEDROOM SUITES,
OLIVE GOLD SILK BUOUATELLE 1'AKLOK SETS,
OLD GOLD 1'Ll'SII SET.S,
ROSEWOOD CAIll) TABLES,
UPHOLSTERED FOLDING CHAIRS,
OAK DINING 1IOOJW SUITES, Uplmllcriil in Lniillier
NllllllHOIIIO AHHOI'llllltlll ol'
III llrwlnl I'lul (u, Kill.,
I mill lliinil piiluli'il FiaiuiN,
WAUU MlM'im, III
IIIVCKA Uill.ll IIYI'JtiV,
)Amo AiitfurlmHiii id
wiWMfes, mmm & uuo.a,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovoy.
d by 1.
at Public Auction,
On THURSDAY, OH.
AT Ul O'CLOCK A. .11..
At his i evidence, King street, next to
ICawaltihao Chinch, the whole or his
Household Furniture and Effects (on
account of dep.irtitiu) comprising:
Upholstered In. Velvet;
Ebony & Miirble (Chinese) Parlor Fur-
ultfue, lion Iteustcads, Miittrnes,
Moiiilto Nets. Oil Cloth & Matting. H.
W. Revolving Hook Cn-e, ('enter Hug,
Pictures, t'uilnhis A; Poles. It. W. In
tension Dining Tnlile it Chilli. H. V.
Sldeboar I, Cioekciy & Glasswaie,
1 New Square Pianoforte,
HyStcluwny fc Sons, In perfect onler.
Cot S 1000 in New York; Lamps. Meal
Safe it Refrigerator, H. W. Waulrohe,
Vienna Chubs, Iluieaue, llutlcr's Tray,
Kitchen Stove it Cooking UtensiK. Etc.
Ami at 12 o'clock noon,
1 New Family Can Inge (Surry), 1 Cov
in od Itrake, 1 Fine Oiinhig'e Mine, 1
Mure it Colt. Set Harness, Saddle it
III Idle, Etc., Ktc.
The house will be open for in
spection on Wednesday, from 10 to I.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Will open TUPRSDAY. Oct. Hiili. in
the new building, adjoining Love's
H.ikery, wheio you can pio-
eiue the choicest
BtM'f, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
X'oiitt r-. J2f .
No. 1 Fork Sausage, Smoked Tongues.
Beif Sausage, Smoked Mutton Hnma,
Bologua Sausage, Spiced Kef,
Qiruian Sausage, OorucJ Fork & Beef.
t-?9"Your pulionage is lespeelfnlly
solicited and satisfaction gli.uaiitccd in
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tele. 3G9 -TSflteir Mutual Tele. 3C2
nPABLE O rapes for sale by K. Lish-
JL . man; fi pounds for $1. Hell
Teh-phone :t!7. C.S2 :w
"WAllCOAL and Salt. Apply to
J Mils.. UIIAK. IMKAM,
At the Kind's Stables.
GOOD Pasture for Hores at Koolau.
Apply to Sirs. Clia. Hiram, at
the Kliur's'Slables. or to
077 lw DAVID DAYTOX.
(CUML)KAI i niHNItHTAHMto,
GBMTBAL MBAT HOKBT,
rapKpfluuaira Street, EO
K8CCIA1U) A. McCUItltY. t't'i'Niileiit.
Rif For full particulars apply to
s. JS. x oss.es,
Dec-21-8S) General Ayent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & GOAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES
r - ...........-, ii m m
iviMUMMiu vii .H.W11A.
&ries, Feed Stuffs,
FERTILIZE RSr-OldeiidoiCsDIwolved IViiivlan Guano, Olilentlorf's Special Cnuc Mniiuie.
LONDON PURPLE: Kffeetiuil destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Wouns, Ktc
SCRU B EXTERMINATOR:-Iestroys all Noxious Weed & Senilis.
BAGS:-Sumir, Rice, P.ul.ly. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kiiiliraciiitf the latest iiiipiovement.s in material ami texturo.
Cnlvniii.od AV1or Pipe,
Slioitly expecteil n
line Hue of
I inal.e a specially of lepniilng Hue
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
Ami iiiiianleo llrst-eli'.ss worlc at
moderate pi ice-,.
Hotel St., under the "Aillngtou."
Til Crystal M Worb
Hits lemovcil to tlie Fire-inoof
SI IrCing- Sireet.
'J77 1 w
.lust received c bail; "IHiker"
F1YE OF THE ABOVE PIANOS
These inslniineiils have been acknow
ledged by all the leading um1cltiu of
the day lo lie the veiy tMsuuei; and epl-,
tome of all thai is
SOUND, GOOD & TRUE,
In the piniliielioiisnf tbeiiiost renmvnrd
i.kiUltk In the woilil.
Have repeatedly been used bv tho lend
ing pianists of tho day at nil the pi io
cipal eoncei ts in London and the con
tinent of Kurope.
1ST Kvery IiiRtiiiuienl Is guiiianteed
to be of (be best mutdluls and Is fin
ished in the most supeilor style in eeiy
C2T Tor sale hy
l!7H lw Cor. Koit & Queen .sheets.
All oidi'i'K fnrciiilntuipioiiipllyiittmidcil
p.ild lo Hut
Storing' & Shipping
Of (niiiil In tumult In lint nlliur MhihU.
Also, Uliiuk & Wlilio Sdiiil
111 lIJUIllHlt' I" Mill Ul luttUiJ lUllliW,
v unii'i.. am ijuuj tu jp, p,
Alnifun' uwuluii itwiii,
ISSUED BY THE
OF TV1fl"W "VOTS-IT
H. DAVIES & CO.,
a m " -' ' i iuijri.v) ir
ta illiimTVK.'Si niliVUKWAKK. STATinNKIlV
vSI S,,A1' KTC" KTC- KT-
DllY GOODS !
5J2s22SiEas- Ulinir Cutlors & V:iw. KiiIvh.
Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Et:., Etc.
Telephones, JJo. IP.)..
Having leaned the Blores in the lnick hnildine I:iinwir i,w
"Lincoln Block," neaily oppo.sile the old .sliind.and having disposed
of thatpoitionof my .stock damaged by the late lire, and l.oine
m leeeipt of Aew Goods per last steamer, and inoie on the wnv I
am picpaied to till all ordeis as before. Thanking the public." for
the liberal patronngo bestowed on
hope by prompt attention to all oiders to merit a continuance of the
Mime. At the new stand hball bo pleased to see all mv old ens-
.....o, ...... ,.., i.m.ij inn urn,- iiH
Jslnnd oidei-K solicited and
Without a Kival
One-third the Price of the
A Saving of H3 Per Cent in
bluml BAKINO POWDER
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Having .en.nvcd our SODA WORKS to more commodious qmirrere at
JVo. 29 I7l01irX, STR.JESEJT,
(Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to-furnish at Bhort notice, and of prime quality, any
of tho fallowing High Class Aerated He.verages:
Plain, Swell, Lemon, Strawberry or Gnu Sofia.
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla. & Iron Water, and Crah
Uning exeliiHively tho HYATT PUitE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
"fjirl ' b
The following Klne Aiihiiuls will
Nltinil for hoi vice at llitt ratieli, Waliilimt
Two NiUlvn HlnllliiiiH
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS.
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
RED I5RICK, FTO.
Crockery & Glassware.
to thin trade.
-P. O. Box H72.
lOr Lllf HMHt. f.Vnti .....f 1
may iinu n to llieir advantaec trv
in Price & Qualify I
Housokeepcr Should Use It f
Cost and Quality the Very Bent.
face, King Street.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive- Agents for the Hawaiian Islande.
All Horaes Kept
HtiillloiiHof vnrloiiH biei'ilK,
Mures wllli or wllhoiitfottl,
IIiiihi'h for any iminoRii,
Mljiijiw'iiU' ul lSm' I UT'H
UUth, Kil lj),.,, I Iff
PAUL H, liKNMCRO,