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DAILY BtTMilfitttN: HONOMTUJ, U. I., OCTOBER 16 1B9U.
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Tenders lor School Houses.
I'lalrit- to neither Sect nor Vtwyi
Hut entablithed for the brtiffit of all.
THURSDAY, OCT. 10, 1800.
Tendets will be received ;il the
Ottiee of the Hon ul of Education un
til TUESDAY, tht 21t hist., at 12
nVloek nnou, for building uiul com
pleting n school house, wilh two
iooni., at Knuluwela, near School
street, in this Dihlrict ; ami for an
addition to the t-ehool house :it Wni-
Plans- and speeilieations nuiy be
seen nt lliu Ofllco of the Uoaid of
Education, in the Govcrnniont llnild
The Board does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
V. JAS. SMITH,
Education Olliee, Oct. M, 1S!)0.
LeaBo of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, November 12,
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Halo will he
sold at public auction the lease of
the Government land of Kahikinui,
.Maui, containing an area of 2.",000
acres, more or less.
Term : Lease for 10 year.
Upset in ice $1,1)00 per artnutn,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Possession of this land will bo
given February 1, 1891.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Intel ior Oflice, Oct. 7, 1890.
Sale or Additional Building Lots on
South Slope of Punchbowl Hill.
On THURSDAY, Nov. L'S, 1890, 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
streets, varying in size from 90x100
ft. to 110x200 ft.
Upset price Varying from $150
to $300 each lot, according to size
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 three years,
with interest payable semi-annually
at the rate of seven per cent per
The puroliiiHor must within one
year from 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.
ltoyal Patents will he issued for
the land upon final payment of the
A map of the Lots can be seen anil
full paiticnlar.s learned at the Land
Streets have been laid otit and
graded, and water mains have been
or hhoitly will be laid adjoining all of
the above Lois.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, Oct. 10, 1890.
John Haleakula Baienuhn, Esqr.,
has this day been appointed Notary
Public for the Fouith Judicial Cir
ruit of tint Kingdom.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior,
lnlei ior Oflice, Sept. .'10, 1890.
Kia Nahaohilua, Esqr., has this
day been appointed an Agent to Ap
praise Lauds Subject to Government
Commutation foi the Islands of
.Maui, Molokai and Lanai.
Tlie Board now consists, as follows:
T. W. Evkiiktt,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Oflice, Oct. lit. 1890.
Our report of Tuesday morning's
Legislative proceedings was in error
in saying that the Finance Com
mittee's report against, the hill to
exempt cettain artieles from Customs
duties was signed by E. C. Maefar
lune, U. .1. McCarthy and A. Hor
ner. The majority report w.i9 by
E. C. Maufarlane, E. Muller, and
V. White, and the minority report
by A. Horner and C. .1. McCarthy.
Noble Hind struck the key-note
of real economy yesterday in a tell
ing speech before the House. The
Hon. Noble declared that he was
most decidedly opposed to cutting
down the appropriations for roads
on the Inland of Hawaii, and it was
in defense of this stand that he gave
some most wholesome advice, as
well as merited rebuke to the Legis
lature generally and to the Govern
The predilection shown by lhc
Legislature thus far in voting large
sums for corporation subsidies and
other improvements, calculated to
largely benefit private interests and
holdings, tourists, etc., while im
provements benefitting taxpayers
generally throughout the districts
have been ignored or most parsi
moniously dealt with, was clearly
and pointedly referred to by Noble
Hind. "Why, indeed, should the
taxpayers of the country "be up to
their knees in mud while tourists
are driving around in luxury V"
We have now before us two com
munications from responsible citi
zens of Hilo exposing the disgrace
ful condition of the roads in that
district. These wc shall publish as
soon as we have space, and they
will fully substantiate the facts
brought forward by Noble Hind.
We fully endorse the closing re
marks of the Hon. Noble, who de
sires "to see a Government, here
that will know the needs of the
country and not be afraid to supply
those needs." The taxpayers have
already bad too much of late minis
terial "frittering away of money
where it will not benefit the people."
U. S. TARIFF BILL PASSED
Free Sugar from April 1, 1891.
Reciprocity Section Operative from
July 1, 1892.
Honolulu, H, I,, Aug. V, 1SW,
HoltlorH of Water Privilege or
(lingo paying Water Hiite, )ulicicby
notilled Unit tlio bourn for lining
wulur for liriKuliiiKl'iii"''")' w from
0 lo fl ftVlunk a. i.i Mini tod o'clock
,,,M' 0JIAH. II. WHiHONi
Bujij, liiMiu. Wulur VftnVt,
a & Mmmu
Special to the Bui.I.ktin.
San Fhancisco, Sept. 29.
The Conference Committee on the
Tariff Kill agreed to a compromise
leport, Sept. 2Clb, on which date it
was reported to the House. A new
order was reported by the Commit
tee on Utiles to close the debate on
the report on Saturday the 27th,
after a brief discussion. The Demo
cratic leader asked for reasonable
time for debate which was denied.
Accordingly on Saturday the report
was called up after the confirmation
of the minutes and adopted by a
strict party vote. The Conference
Committee's report was discussed in
the Senate to-day. It will doubtlces
be adopted, as Congress is to ad
journ to-morrow, Sept. 30th.
Following are the paragraphs in
the report which touch the sugar
schedule, the changes recommended
being incorporated in the Bill:
On and after July 1, 1891, and
until July 1, 1895, there shall he
paid from any money in the treasury
not otherwise appropriated under
provisions of section 3689 of the
Revised Statutes.to produce: s of su
gar, there being not less than 90 de
grees by the polariscope, from beets,
sorghum or sugar cane grown within
the United States, or from maple
sap produced within the United
States, a bounty of 2 cents per
pound, and upon such sugar testing
iess than 90 degrees and not less
than 80 degroes, a bounty of Y' cents
per pound, under such rules and
regulations as the Commissioner of
Internal Ucvcnuc, with the approval
of the Secretary of the Treasury,
In the case of imported sugar
the House lino of hi Dutch isUnd
aril, below which augur ho free, Is
adopted, Lul on higher grades the
result was u compromise, its follows;
nu'iir.h on iiii; ijiojiiin uiiaiiks,
All iigiir uliovu bU'leen n oolor
sliull iuy a duty of flvii'loutiis of J
emit pur pound, piovldril tlmt ull
Miiprt uhovo ,N, in In imor tjmll
pity niiu.tt'iitli nf cent iiur nounij
III Mililllluil to tliu nitii herein urn.
vltlml for. hIimii fu-ioii(ul from, or
lid Hlfllllllil Of. liliv niiuili v. whim
nud.io.jouu m mi wiuiiiri' mu'ii
he included in this grade, which is
greater than is paid on raw sugars
of a lower saccharine strength, mid
the Secretary of the Treasury shall
prescribe suitable rules and regula
lions to carry this provision into ef
fect ; and provided further, that all
machinery purchased abroad and
erected in beet sugar factory and
used in the production of raw sugar
in the United States from the beets
produced therein shall be admitted
duty fiee, until 1st or .July, 1892;
proxided that, any duty collected on
any of the above described machin
ery purchased abroad and imported
into the United States for the uses
above indicated since, January 1,
1890, shall be refunded.
On glucose the House rate of ' of
a cent a pound is retained.
The Senate provided that the su
gar schedule and bounty provisions
was to take effect March 1st next,
but the conference fixed upon April
1st as the date of its operation, with
the proviso that No. 13 sugar may
be, meantime, refined in bond with
The following summary of the
effects of the sugar schedule will
render the foregoing more intellegi
ble to your readers. The geneial
tariff bill sjoes into operation
October fitli, but merchandise in
bond prior to October 1st, may be
withdrawn up to Febiuary 1st, 1891,
on payment of the old rate of duty.
Kaw sugar, up to io, lb Dutch
standard, is to be free from April
1st, 1891, when the sugar schedule
goes into operation.
The Reciprocity section may be
put into effect by proclamation from
and after July 1st, 1892. This pro
vision gives fifteen mouths absolute
free trade in sugar. It cannot be
applied to any sugar producing de
pendency of Great Britain because
these do not discriminate against
American farm products, and Eng
land admits these products free.
The West Indian possessions of
England have an area of l!i,7.r)0
square miles, and sugar is giown
upon nearly all of them. Their
contiguity to New York will be of
great advantage in developing the
sugar industry under the stimulus
of free trade with America. Mauri
tius will also participate in the ad
vantages of a free American sugar
market, in addition to which there
is the important sugar producing
dependency of British Guiana, in
South America. Brazil, Mexico and
other American countries will also
promptly avail themselves of the
free sugar tariff and enact such
laws between now and July 1st,
1892, as may satisfy the State De
partment that they favor the pro
ducts of the United States, while
there can be little doubt that Spain
will make tariff concessions on ac
count of Cuba. For these reasons it
is safe to say that there is very lit
tle probability indeed of President
Harrison or his successor using the
the Reciprocity whip. Free sugar
Is assured unless the policy of the
Republican party should change in
the interval. And Hawaii must bow
to the inevitable and admit Ameri
can products free irrespective of the
treaty, or a reciprocity proclamation
would speedily bring her to time.
Touching the bounty on Ameri
can sugar: The bounty schedule
comes into operation July 1st, 1891,
and is to be operative four years,
that is, up to July 1st, 1895. A
bounty of 2c. per pound, or 540 per
ton is to be paid on all domestic
sugar polarizing 90 test and up
wards ; on sugar polarizing from 80
to 90 test the bounty is to be ljfc.
per pound or S3f per ton. This will
iet in maple sugar. Machinery for
the manufacture of beet sugar is de
clared free between January 1st,
1890, and April 1st, 1891. This
will involve a refund of duty on
The effect of this bounty clause
is this: It will give this season's
cane and beet sugar crop the pro
tection of the presennl duty, and it
is calculated that the cane sugar of
the South and the beet sugar of Ca
lifornia, Kansas and Nebraska will
be marketed by that time. This
also gives a little respite or breath
ing time for the Hawaiian crop to
be marketed, but of course only a
fraction of it can be delivered on
the Coast before April 1st, 1891.
However, all that can be so deliver
ed will have an advantage of 2e. per
pound over sugar marketed later.
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
HORSES & GOLT
On SATURDAY, Oct. 18l.li,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
At the stables at rear of thu olllee of
.1. I. Dowaett, (Jitecn Mivet, 1 will
sell at Public Auction
ABOUT 13 HEAD OF
FINK HOW it (I'm,
Hlnkon to Saddle A' Harness.
ISSUED BY THE
Cash Assets, : : : : :
UaCf3,tUI A. McVVKHV, I'tfttMi'iK.
jr" l'oi full particulars apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. 11. DAWES & CO.,
AUCTION SALE OF
Properly at Pearl City
Uv onler or tlie OAllll RAILWAY .V
' LAND CO. I will sell at Pllblie
Alielinn ill Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29l!i,
AT O'CLOCK 1'. .11..
A linitteil liuinlior of ilinc desirable.
BnilfliiiE Lots at Pearl City
The Company have expended .SL'0,000
to procure an' ample mipily of pine
mountain water, refilling hi I he eoin
pletlon of two large Keservolrs with
storage of nearly 2.000.01)0 gallon'-.
Kiom a ilNtrlliiillng Ke'-unolr with a
eapuelty of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of "l00 feet above .ea leel, walcr
lias been laid along I.eliua Avenue to
thul'eail Olty Depot in a (1-lueli OaM
Iron Pine, from which water will be
supplied by the Company at (ioverii
The Company will bind Itself in the
Deeds to carry purchasers and their
families and servants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cenl Per Mile, 2d Class
I HON HKDHTKADS,
TlUlTs'KS & YAMSKS,
HATS & CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOT.K,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TAUS,
' PAINTS vt OIL, CYLINHKU OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATKS, &8si38ffift
Kcrosuittt Oil'4 ALOHA."
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
HMsBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED URICK, ETC.
Chall' Cuiicrs & I'jiiib Knives.
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
PEKTILIZERS: nh'lendorPH Die-nlved Pel avian Ouano, Ohlendiirf's Special Cane Miiiuue.
LONDON PURPLE: Ktfeetiiiil destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Kir.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-De-lroysall Noxious Weeds & Senilis.
BAGS:-ug:ir, Klee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kinbraebig Hie latest improvements In inateilal and texture.
Gnlvsuiiv.ed Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Ete., Ele.
Shortly expected n TWHl A M 1 ffTC Entlrelv new
l.L1 VJ KJ VJkZ? to this trade.
line line of
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of !) years fioin the dale
These special Kates of Fate will lie
transferable with the property during
the term named in the Oiigiual Deed.
Trains will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at. Pearl
City. Train wilt reach Honolulu at
0 :i5 and 8 or S . lii and 1 1 :50 a. in., leave
Honolulu for Pearl I lty and way Sta
tions at 8:15 a. m and 1:1") anil 4 to
4:H0 and ii:15 to 5:S0 p. m. subject how
ever to such change as may be. from
time to time found ncccsaiy for the
convenience of the public or bnsinev.
interests of tlie. Company, livening
Trains will alo be run whenever theii!
is a icaMiiuihlc dumaml.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots wlieie the nioM
charming view can be had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Leliua, Alaile or
Woodlawn Avenues; tills is a niot
charming locution for residences, as all
agree wlio have tnken the trouble to
walk up Leliua Avenue above the Ewa
Court House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot lie found. To
assist settlers, the iollowhig e.iy terms
are offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Tims muliing it possible for the most
limited in mean", to procure a line
healthy residence. Distance is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
reach Honolulu in less time than it
takes to come, from Waikiki by tlie
oidinary means of travel, while the ex-pen-e
for a peison will not be more
than live cents per day greater than the
present cost of travel to Waikiki by
Now is your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower I ban they can ever be
bought in tlie future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If you do you will live lo quote the
"hind sight" wiyings we so ollen hear
from people who hud a chance lo buy
the whole of Kiilaokahua Plains tor a
song, but they dliln'l! A word to tins
wisu is Milllck'iit.
ESf.Maps of tlie Lots can be seen at
the olllces of the Puellle Hardware Co.,
Hawaiian News Co., and T. O. Thrum's,
and at my Saleroom, Honolulu, wlieie
all further bifoiiiiatiou can be obtained,
Ascites Piauos !
received ev bark "Bilker"
FIVE OF THE ABOVE PIANOS
Thes" In-truoicnts have been acknow
ledged by all the leading musicians of
the day to In- the very essence and epi
tome ol all thai, is
SOUND, GOOD & TRUE,
In tlie piodnctionsof tlie most renowned
makers in the world.
Tta Asctetei Pianos !
Have repeatedly been used by the lend
ing pianists of tlie day at ail the prin
cipal concerts in London and the con
tinent of Europe.
IQT Kvery instrument is guaranteed
to be of lhc"bet materials and is lln
isbed in ilie-most superior style in every
6y For sale by
f!78 1 w for. Koil & Queen streets.
Telephones, No. U'.l.-
P. (). Box 872.
Hustace, ling Street
Having leased the stores in the brick building known as the
'Lincoln Block," ncaily opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late iiro, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more on the wav, 1
am piepared to till all orders as before. Thanking the public' for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, 1
hope by prompt attention to all orders 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 to
call. Island oidors solicited and faithfully executed.
? HUJUJUUfi'li i imi'iijiMiw
By order of W. O. Parke, assignee of
the bankiupt estate of .1. A. Dower, I
will sell at Pnblle Auction, at Hie ware
house, of said bankrupt, Queen street,
below Ihu Fish Maiket,
On MONDAY, 0s(. )(if
AT 1 O'dl.OOH. NOO..
Ship's Knees & Timbers
Cast lion Boiler. Ship Spins, Long
Timbers, I'lmply ILtnuls, Hteain Boi
ler (jniign & Wilto, 11 a ml Can,
'Pool riivnU, Who Kope, Firewood,
Oul, Tank, Boat Hooks, K)lit J.nvcU,
1 J)iumiKHl Ha co Koiil,
1 Now limit, iiiiiry liillll i Jtouinl it Phil
Bur lion, hplkentv lloliu, ileiiip &
Muiilllu Hope, priming llnindo,
Huwk, lliiiiu(in, Wli'lli'ln1, Axe,
Aiikw, IllorU, fy'iiin'k tv, Nu,
Out' Idil'ito Jh'IIMMK WhtIiIm.',
Willi KiHill inn! koy i etii, cm,
Will open TIIPRSDAY, Oct. Ilith, hi
the new building, adjoining Love's
llikery, win-re you can pio-
eurc the choicer
Boi'f, Million, Vesil. Pork,
I'oull ry. .121 ;.
No. 1 Pork Saut-,uj;e, Smoked Tcnguea.
Betf Sacbajje, Smoked Mutton Httuiu,
llologna S.iusage, Bplced Mt(,
German Bandage, Corned Polk & Ikef.
Without a Kival in Price & Quality !
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
fST A Saving of 33 Per Gent in Cost and Quality the Very Best.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
rss Your patronage is reipectfnlly
solicited and satisfaction gliiiiauteed in
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tele. 369 "QivST Mutual Tele. 3G2
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Hold Ml., Honolulu.
.1. II. FISHER, Piop.
Board and Lodging, per week, (ae
coidlug lo locution ol loom".,..
$io oo ti.5ia on
Transient, per day "J 00
Table Board, jicr week 7 00
Single Meals W
J. eluded Hie Important musical woik
on which he has been engaged Is now
piepaied to receive popllKim before,
FROM anil after IhU dale we will nol
he nnionllilo for any height ufler
Hiiiin inu, hi'oii ili'llveied m nuy Hnilon,
I'liitlcH pi whom freight K coii-luncil
IIHIM lin lit Ilin Million Mi li'l'tllvo tliclr
Nolio'glil wllllmicri'lvi'il for Milp.
ini'lil linlurcn Ilin lioill. of DllHI mill II
oVInnl, it, in , mill lielM cell I illfi mill 'i
ii'i'lonli li lib
TlIU!llllUl ll" lllillllliwl W llljl
lliuni uI HiiJ il wliliiiui mm unmiiii
Vn 1 1 ill nlil n 111 bu luualviul nflur
t. iB 1IVJHUI -JJSM Wff inwMrw. Vlimi
JeyVlnltors will llud lids one of the
most coiulortable ami eouveuieut bouses
In i lie city, I he rooms being huge, light
and aliv.' Hot anil cold water baths,
I iniiki'ii speelully of lepiihlng line
Yatclies, Clocks, Jewelry, Bto,,
Ami tuiiii'iiiili'n llilin mnk nl
lloli'l l., iiiiili'rilii"'.illiiiinu."
Having .e moved our SODA WORKS to more eon.tnodious qnarlen at
IVo. SO XOXtT .STREET,
(Near the Custom Hnnxe)
We are now piepared to furniidi at short notice, and of prime quality" any
ol the following High CIuhs Aerated Beverages:
Plain, SwsBt. Lemon, Strawberry or Cm Soda.
SareaparUla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Utiing oxcliwiviily the HYATT PURR WATER SYSTEM.
71-S81BOTH TELE VH ONE SBa-71
HOLL1STER & CO..
Vitwr STKKET. : - -
lfc!LA rrURnv"lllnKa,,d 1'eiuitl
ilSiwSE " "" (i'-ouii(s belonging
fcil'itli to II. Rlemeuschnelderr on
Piliiellbowl btieel. Iliiiulriiof
W. 0. .SMITH.
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glu or in Mitten; iiMo
?," Aliikcu stieut.
.jw, A VHHY Convenient nml
ffiSmm J Oi'viriihiu l'oiiiimii fur
nUhi'il or iiiifiiiiiUlii'd. mmr
Ilin old li.i-.ebnU grniunl nl Mnklkl A
nly ni (llnM3ri AOKNi.n.
ni Miii'miiiiii Birm-i,
A wri .".'niii'it Niri'iy
,V I'liiuiiliwl Hwm, ihu
hi'iliiJiim umj. iiilut, mi
aMA A HOUSE on Young xtreet.
MZm A near Tlioimth S.pu.re.
MHHHi with the rooms mid bath;
also stable aeconuiioilntloiis for llt
hoihes. Apply at
(SIM) if K0,.t gtreiT.
rPUE Furiilliire of a live
1 room eottage eonipletc,
for hoiiPckecnliiL'. I'oiimr.,
cenlnilly loeiited mill to lei at a reason
able imitnl, Imjiilrtf ul tliU uillen,
HTOUISS TO hVA
smjk frWOhloM'Hon Kliig8(M.r
ffffiaffl , n.w,"'11l' (M'iMimil by
mmmm Mr. Cmim, iiuMuni, io lei i.
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Olll'lt, ,lipl) 10
m.wmmr m unuiuy ur
m iii'i mr yum oulbi
V. II IjlUllU' fill till) yyiibriUi
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