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UAJliy JBUbJ.iJfiT.USs HONOLULU, H. J., OCTOBER 20. 1&91).
BY AUTHOR It.
Notice to Builder.
Parties electing or itiov iiK build
iugs throughout the Kingdom are
hereby uotifioil thai the penalties
iiaposed by "Au Act to Uegulnte the
Construction of UuiUliugs in the City
of' Honolulu iind elsewhere within
the Kingdom," approved August 2S,
1886, will be strictly enforced upon
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interim.
Interior CHIce. Oct. 18. 1800.
Tender lor Helmut Houses.
able ( in one, twoand thrco year?,
wllh interest payable Homi-annually
at the rate of m von per cent per
The put chaser must within one
year from the dale of puiehapo on
clowi the land bought by him with a
good and pubstnntial fence and lay
on water from the Government pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued fot
the land upon Until payment of the
purehape pi ice.
A map of the Lots can be mcu nud
full paitieiilai letiimd at the Land
Slieet?. hae bii-ii laid nut and
giaded, and water main" have hecii
or hhoitly will be laid adjoining all of
the .bovt' Lots,
C. N. SPKNCEU.
Minister ot the Inteiior.
Inletior Otiiee, Oct. 10. l.V.MI.
Ancllon Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALS OF
These deraatutatlinvc not proved to
ho the public, benefit alleged. It fa
for such reason.' tltnt the workmen
refti3R in a gronl measure to put.
much faith id the usual cry now be
ing raised In certain quarters that,
Hawaii is on the verce of industrial
ruin. If she i, sluMvni never put , ........
there by theworkinen of Hawaii, I rtv onh'r f the OAI1U RAILWAY &
ISSUED UY THE
1 Properly at Pearl City
Tenders will be leeched at the
Office of the Uoatd of Kducatiou un
til TUESDAY, the 21st in-t., at '2
o'clock noon, for building and com
pleting a fchool house, with two
rooms, at Kauluwolu, near School
utreet, in this District; and for au
addition to the mMiooI house at Wai
kikikai. Plans and ripooifioations may be
fceii at the Oflicc of the Hoard of
Education, in the Government Huild
The Roard docs not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any bid.
V. J A 3. "SMITH,
Kdneulion Oiliee, Oct. 1-1, 1SSM),
Lease of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, November 12,
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale will bo
old ut public auction the lease of
the Government laud of Kahikinui,
Maui, containing an area of 2.1,000
acres, more or lesp.
Term: Lease for 10 year?.
CpHet price $1,500 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Possession of thib land will be
given February 1, 1801.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Office, Oct. 7, 1890.
Sale of Government Land at
llnsiil.i i.e. II. I., Auk. 0, 1M".
Ilnldei- of Water Privileges ur
those paying Water Rates ale heichj
iHililied that the hour foi n-inK
water for irrigating purpose). aie from
C to 8 o'elnek v. M., and -I totioVliiek
Cn.vs. R. WILSON,
Slip!. Mono. Water Work",
A) 'proved :
C. N. StT.SCKI!,
Minister of the Inti'iinr.
R iitur u: the autboiity in me
est id hv the Constitution and the
iJlaitiiefl of thU Kingdom and deem
ing it essential to the promotion oi
jin-tici-, 1 4i heieby order that the
Regular Tenu of the Tbiid Judicial
Circuit to l.e held at "Waiohinu, Kau,
Hawaii, on tbo first Thur.-day of
September, 1800, and by me post
poned until Monday, the l.'ith Sep
tember, te and the banie ie hereby
further postponed until MONDAY,
the Hill day of November, 1800, at i)
o'clock a. M.
, Willie.-; my hand and
( 1 the seal of the Supreme
L. S. J- Court at Honolulu, this
( ) let dav of September,
A. K. JUDD,
Chif Justice Supreme Cmut.
Husky Smith, Cleik.
t n v.
who have at nil times been using
their entite enetyies to provide for
their families and pay their taxes..
Now. it 19 ft yiently to the hene
lit of the Workmen as it is to the
planter' that the tini induMry be
supplied with sultleieiit laboi. We
believe the milkmen nt Hawaii and
their representatives will Mnud
bravely forth to meet the present
emergency. It must he met, and
this they reengnie; hut they will
not submit to being again temporiz
ed with on the plea that the country
will lie ruined if the planter's de
mands are tint, acceded to in o.vtenso.
We ate glad to note that the oon
erv.'tne planter is at last cutting
the politicians and their utis.nle ad
vice anil is showing (imposition to
meet the wmkman half way. We
do not overestimate the good sense
and patriotism of those most nearly
interested on both side in ptoph
psyhm that tiiey will llnd the only
fcasihle way out of the dilliculty
will hn to lie-in the settlement of
the pre-ent vexed question hy a con
ference of the conservative men on
both sides, through their represen
tatives, but exclusive of the ex
tremists of both political parties.
In olher words, let free and planta
tion labor interests be aureed upon
a measuie which x-ill icstill in tiie
most relief to the planters with the
most sure ami practical protection
to free labor in the shortest lime.
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22, 1S00.
it 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani If. lie, will bo sold
at public, auction 208 acres a, little
more or less of grazing land at Ka
mehatneiki ami Pulehuiki, Kula,
Upset price $-100.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 22, 1S00.
Pledtrfil to neither Srct nor Party,
tint ettiiblithcil for the benrflt of all.
Sale of Lease of Government
Land in Kau, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22, 18fX,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will he sold
at public auction tbo lease of the
Government lands of kawala, Ae-
rnaloo, Poupouwela, Kaitnnmano, Pa
paikou 1, 2 and a, in the District of
Kau, Wand of Hawaii, containing
nn area of 2700 acres,
Term : Leaso for 15 yean.
Up&et price $000 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Also at the same time and place
the lease of all that tract or parcel of
land known ns Uionaa, District of
Kau, Island of Hawaii, and contain
ing an urea of l.i:J2 aeies.
Term: 15 years.
Upset price $JA0 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Possession of this land will lie
iveu January JO, 1891.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tbo Interior.
lnnrioi Office, Kepi, 22, 1890
C05.lt M) It
Halo of Additional Building Lots on
Slope ot I'onclibowl III!!,
On TJUJHHDA V.Nov. Rl, IMiO.al
Id o'clock wMtii,ut thn front entranuo
of Aliiolani j(10 (Vj M1 fcn, ()( j,1t
lie Amnion, Twrnily-llve Loin, Hllmite
o Njft Houlli Hloptt of I'liimlilKiivl
Hjl) filoiiif AliipiiiMiitlnbove Ivliiuti
lfl'016, Wyjnjj in .Ui. fiftin IHJtllMI
I'lWU luiw-Vdiyiuij fiMin fJAli
"J m vm bd, iu'Miiilljiy Ik ,ii
TU IWWi iMtJ M4iiU4i ltf
fctaaotlijAi j Uh. ujaij.ii ,ti Uu
MONDAY, OCT 20, 1890.
The time for meeting the Chinese
question face to face, without sec
tional temporizing or political de
ceit is drawing near. The Chinese
question, involving plantation labor
and otherwise, has already been
used and vc-used Ij' political dema
gogues from both camps ; and for
this very reason a labor crisis has
been gradually approaching which
will no longer be put aside.
We need not at this time (Hhcuss
the causes which have led directly
to the present labor shortage, as in
the present emergency such a course
would he neither judicious nor re
medial. The problem which con
fronts us and is clamoring for 'solu
tion in the interests of the kingdom
at large is too serious to both free
labor and planters to admit of either
political or personal recriminations.
There is no denying the fact that
the entire question has been aggra
vated by the repeated interference
of political extremists on both
sides ; in fact the surrounding con
ditions, political and otherwise, of
the past three years have caused
much party ridicule and more or less
of direct injury to both causes. This
injury has been mostly done to the
planter's side, until conservative
plantation men have felt themselves
constrained in the present emer
gency to seek the support of free
labor representatives in order to re
lieve the sugar interests of Hawaii
from the dire necessity to which the
icherning and temporizing of Iheir
own politicians huvo brought them.
All that the free labor element
bus asked nt any time has hecn rea
sonable protection; tlincoiiservnllvo
majority of llio workmen's party- have
Htonil pledged at all time to llin In
lercbts of I la wall nl homo and
abroad, A always, die itmjorliy of
Hie fiiHi'liilinr element are ivllllnn In
liiri't llin ilnill(r Imlf way mi;
nmniKuiiiiiiil fiitorulilit In n mic
iiimil of lib liibor iiifxdlnii, llin ul
lljt wii)i Uini' Hie iiil,riiiiiUru nut
llIO!ilii III (in dllllM lliuli Jllillyn
itaUl'b UlliJUllglJ llJl'l tiim U)U
XiliUii JUVliJJIWi DiWWlwl U lliljHHl'
ro mum iMi Maw imm
The. suffrage in New Zealaml is
universal. Every adult male who
has been for six months in the colony
can vole. Mere icsklcnce is biilll
cient to qualify. The "one man
one vote" law prevails. That is,
while, formerly a man having pro
perly in two or more districts could
vole in every one of them, now, on
the. principle that otic man iy as good
as another, none can vote in more
than one. place. The Auckland
Herald, from which the forgoing
information is gained, says, regard
ing the facts given: ''We may say
that a very large number of the
most thoughtful amongst us are
beginning to think that we have
gone, too far in endeavoring to catry
into effect the dictum that, one man
is au good as another. The conse
quence is, that political power, which
means power to pledge or to jwasle
the property of the industrious por
tion of the community, has a tend
ency to come into the hands of the
idle and worthless." Thcr.o points
are of interest here while the fran
chise is before our Legislature.
LAND CO. 1 will cell at Public
Auctioti at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29tli,
AT -i (iTLIII'li l 31..
A Puttied number nf thoe desirable
Builtiiug; Lois Qt Pearl City
The Oompaiei have expended .920,000
to proeuie uii' ample supply ot piuo
mountain water, lesultltig In thf- com
pletion ol two lie Reservoirs with
storage nf nearlv 2,000,000 ualloii-
I'vom a distributing Reset v oil .with a
capacity of 700.000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above sen level, water
has been laid along Le.liua Avenue to
the. Pearl Oily Depot hi a G- Inch Oast
lion Pipe, fioui which water will be
supplied by tin' Company at Oovein-
The Cnmpnnv will bind ltelf In tint
Deeds to ean.v puiehasev.s and tln-ir
families and civlits by mil between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of !1 years from the dale
The.se special Hates of Fare will be
tiausfeiable with the properly durltii?
the term named in the Oilglnal Deed.
Trains will always be urn for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
City. Traill will reach Honolulu at
0:15 and S or s. lft and 11 :f0 a. m . leave
Honolulu lrfr Pearl t Itv and way Sta
tions at S:l.'i a. m ami 1:1.1 and 4 to
4:!W and .1:1.1 to f.:R0 p. in. subject how
ever to such chunses as may be from
time to time found necessary for the
convenience of the nubile or business
luieivsts. of ihe Company. Evening
Trains will also be run whenever theie
Is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Thoe desiring lots wheie the most
channliu; iew can He hail from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lois fronting on Lchua, iMailc or
Woodlawu Avenues; this is a most
charming location for residences, as all
agree who have tnken the trouble to
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Ewa
Court IIoue. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
are offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for the most
limited in means, to procure a Hue
healthy resilience. Dl-tance is anni
hilated bv r.iilwav communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
reach Honolulu In less time than it
takes to come fioni AVuikikl by the
ordinary means of travel, while the ex
pense for a person will not be more
than live cents per day greater than the
present eo-t of travel 10 Waikiki by
Now Is your time ro procure
Homestead & Business Lots at-
At Pt ices lower than they can ever be
bought in the future.
OT II-OW TT03R IX
Cash Assets, : : : : :
ftlCUAKU A. 3IcC10ntiY. President.
ESS"" For full particulars apply to
8S. JB. JUO $!:,
General Auent for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO
LINOLEUM, CAKPET & RUGS,
rWJNKS & VALISES.
HATS & CAPS.
HOOTS & SHOES.
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Titrt--r.iWw -.t j mjuri.
SADDLERY' & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET'SETS,
RURBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SILVERWARE, STATIONERY, .
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC
CluiIV Cutlers & ano Knives.
KcroNfiio Oil" ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Sluffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:-Ohlciiiorf's DKolveil IVrmlan Ouano, Ohlendori's, Special Cane .Mamne.
LONDON PURPLE: Klfecliul detroyer of Potato. Cotton Canker Worms, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATORi-Destroys .ill Noxious Weeds A; Scrubs.
BAGS:-S"ga'. Rice, Paddj, Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY'OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGSt-EmbracIng the latest Improvements In mateital anil texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., 151 c.
to ihln trade.
Slmitly expected n
line lint- of
CENTRAL SET liSKET
Telepluuies, o. 11!)..
i trtt, h
-XBS2 P. O. Bov 1172.
HusTane. mm mm
,-. wn , m. wo .uf w y ! W W 111 WVIt
'I'lie Young Men's Christian As
sociation will give a social entertain
ment in their hall to-morrow even
ing, as a welcome to Capl. Bray,
General Secretary of the Oakland
California Association, and other
friends who came with him on the
A brief programme will be render
ed and the remainder of the evening
spent socially. iMembersand'friends
of the Association are expected to
In the new building, adjoining T.ove"
Bakery, where yon can pro
cure the choicest. '
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pqrlc,
No, 1 Vork BaucagOi Smoked Tongues.
Beef Sausage, Smoked MuUou llaiur,
Bologna Sausage, Spiced Beef,
Giniian Sausage, Corned Pork & Beef.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
PETER JACKSON'S MOVEMENTS.
liy the steamer Zealandia Mr. .las.
Welsh received a letter from Peter
Jackson, th heavy-weight champion
pugilist, stating that he lights Joe
Goddard, the "barrier" eliampiou of
Victoria, this evening, for a purse
of 82000 before tho Sydney Athletic
Club. Also, that the Melbourne
Athletic Club has matched him
against Frank Slavin, who recently
defeated Joe McAtililfe of San Fran
cisco in two rounds ; the light to
take place six nioiithb from date for
a purse of 15,000. jMr. Jackson
further states that Joe Choynski is
matched to light Jim Fogarty for a
purse at the Australia Club, Sydney,
about the middle of next month.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If you do you will live to quote the
"bind sight" sayings we so olten bear
from people, who had a chance to 'buy
the whole of Kuiaokaliua Plains for a
song, but they didn't! A word to the
wise is sullleient.
C3f .Map? of the Lots can be seen at
the otllces of the Paclile Hardware Co.,
Hawaiian Xews Co., and T.G. Thrum's,
and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, where
all further Information can be obtained.
FSTYonr patronage Is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed In
e pry particular.
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Telo. 369 -fltoy-Mutual Tele. 362
Hotel Ut., t Honolulu.
J. II. FISHER, Pi op.
Bonfd and Lodging, per week, (ac-
coidiug to location of rooms,..
10 00 to $VJ 00
Transient, per d.iy , '1 00
Table Roard, prr week 7 00
Single Meal f.0
Hhing leased the stiuos in the brick building known as the'
"Lincoln Rlock," nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that portion nf my stock damaged by the lute tiro, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more on the way, J
am prepared tortill all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
Mime. At tbo 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 orders solicited and faithfully executed.
Without n Kivsil in Price & Quality !
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should TJae It !
gjST A Saving of 33 For Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Best. &&
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
.IAS. I MORGAN,
031 afil Auctioneer.
1UOFESSOK SAUVLET having con
cluded the important imiHleal work
on which he has been engaged Is now
prepared to receive pupils as before.
serYlsltoi-s will itud this one of the
tno:t conitortabli' and convenient houses
in the city, the loiuiis being large, light
and airy." Hoi and cold water linths.
New WatclfmaRtir & Jewslry
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
ON Nmiiiiiii sheet, between KnUul
uiuJ School streets, a Gold Watch
wllh t'halli nttuehed. Owner chii have
same by proving properly mid paying
for this ailveriUeiiii'iit. Apply to
iiS7 ill I'ort stnet.
JKAIULA having made an asslgn-
incut, to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors, all persons hav
ing claims against said .1. Kabila are
requeated to pre-ent them within two
mouths at the olllcc of Hymaii Jirothers,
and all who are Indebted to J. Kabila
must make Immediate payment to the
C80 L'w LKUBINSTE1N
rpill'! minimi mealing of llm slurl,.
,1 holder of the llouolam Sugar Co,
will lm held mi WI'.li.NJJHfW, lh
Ji'ml Intl., id 10 uVlDid, i, M., nl llin
llllli'i' Of I'. A. N'lmrfi'l A Co,
01 ill rilTM'lHll,
A KM All dllWTINiJ,
rnili: Kaplolaul Maternity Homo has
X two rooms to accommodate paying
patients. Ladles of moderate means
who wish to secure a home on ieaon
able te.iins, befori and dtiilug tho time
of their eoiilhienieiit, where th best of
lood. allendaiico, mirshig and medlciil
skill will be provided, will please apply
at the Home to Mrs. Miller, the matron,
who will attend to admittance, give
let ins or other Information required.
Honolulu, Oct, -I, IKtO, 07ft m
I make a -peelalty of repairing tine
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And guarantee first-class work at
Hotel st under the "Arlington."
ivr "w. u. wi.tn:it."
-A FltKSlI LOT OP
HAY & GRAIN
rou SALU wv
Having lemoved our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quartors at
TVo. 29 JF-O-RI' STREET,
(Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notico, and of primo quality, any
of tbo following High Class Aerated Bovorages: ' . .
Plain, Siei, Lemon, mnw torr or Cream Soda.
Snrsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT 1'UitB WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IltOM mid lift 4)r IliU dale wp will tiol
lm nspuiiolblii for any freight after
aaiimlHu hi'iui dull vi ml nt tiny bitiliun.
I'anlii.lo wIidiii frcmlil N cuiinlgnial
inn. I heal Ilia Mailmi 10 1'itculvu llielr
.Vii fie'ylil illl lm ii'iiulvwl fir Mil)
nii'jil iHdurun llin liniic. n iflO iiluj U
n'lilwil, ii, in., mill lirlni'Wl I iUL) l! lid V
u'uJiwl, , III,
TIUluk II uul lit lliilllliuu '"' '"'P'
Uliiill HI 111)1 UUUUUI lU!HUlUliUligU'
Of JIiJAlSK'- - -
a V'.. f.ull.l ii III I... r.m.ilv i,.l tillni-
Ffi i T if T!it If nil 1
FOR HAN FKANOIKiM),
Will Imvti llnnnliilu fur lliu nliovu
rrldwy, Oct, S4thf
mJSULA T'lK Dwelling and Itcautl-jft-ig
JL ful Grounds hclongliif;
HSJfSMirfi to fl. Hloincusclincidcr, on
I'uiielitinwl fctieel. Inniilrc ot
0711 iiw W.O.SMITH .
.JMR. l?ritNISHKl) ItnoiiM, Mil
gESZSim - Ki "' i" suites; also
Hlstablu-iouiii, Apply "No,
.M&. A VBHY Coiiveiilnnl mid
ASWtm J DhhIiiiIiIh t'oilime Itir
UMRNM nllied or iiiidiiiiUhi'il, iieur
lliu old lianiiill uroiinil ul Miil.11.1 Ap
ply in ll'filllH'HAniJNUV.
f,OI jiH Mcii'liuill Nliii'l,
V )lllil(jjwl llimiiu., Ibu
ti'iJiumiii mil).. iwjIui, uii
A HOUSE mi Young direct
near Thomas Square,
with live rooms and bath:
also Btablo iieenuimodatluim for iHc
hor.ies. Apply at
r.cn tf Fort gtivei.
tut a rPHK Fnriilliiin of n iiyi,
Affragl JL room cottage compline,
tmKKm for lioii;ele(miiig, Cottntii.
centrnlly liicnted ami to let at n reawm
able ri'iilul, lii'iilre at thN mllee,
HTOItKB TO LET,
'PUN HlOll'itOII IflllKolMTl
I iDi'milly ni'i'iiplni) hy
Mr. Olm. Ilimiiii'ii. in e m
iiiiiioniiiiiit leiiini, pie
uini'. iippi) in
Ien iiiVii lii'i'll
ai mm uii' yum vfrn