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DAILY BUliliBTJUN : HUWOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 21, 18U0.
Notice lo Builders.
Parties erecting or moving build
ingB throughout the Kingdom nro
hereby notilletl that the penalties
imposed by "An Act to Regulate the
Construction of Buildings in tho City
of Honolulu nnd ulsowhero within
the Kingdom," approved August 28,
188G, will bo strictly enforced upon
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olliee, Oct. 18, 1800.
Lease of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, November 12,
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at tho front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale will bo
hold at public auction tho lease of
the Government land of Kahikinui,
Maui, containing an area of 25,000
acres, more or less.
Term : Lease for 10 years.
Upset price $1,500 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Possession of this land will bo
given February 1, 1801.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Olliee, Oct. 7, 1800.
Sale of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22, 1800.
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale, will be sold
at public auction 208 acres a little
more or less of grazing land at Ka
mchameiki and Pulehuiki, Kula,
Upset price .fJOO.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olliee, Spt. 22, 1800.
Sale of Lease of Government
Land in Kau, Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 22, 1800,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
tiance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
at public auction the lease of the
Government lands of Kawala, Ae
maloo, Poupouwela, Kaunamano, Pa
paikou 1, 2 and 3, in the District of
Kau, Island of Hawaii, containing
an area of 2700 acres.
Term : Lease for 15 years.
Upset price .$000 per annum, pay
able bemi-annually in advance.
Also at the same time and place
the lease of all that tract or parcel of
land known as Ilionaa, District of
Kau, Island of Hawaii, and contain
ing an area of 1332 acres.
Term : 15 years.
Upset price $150 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
Possession of this land will be
given January 10, 1801.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Intel ior Oilice, Sept. 22, 1890.
005 -It 100 It
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1800.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Hates, aro hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. ., and -1 to 0 o'clock
Chab. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N, Sl'ENGJIK,
Minister of tho Interior.
By virtuo of tho authoiity in mo
vested by tho Constitution and tho
Statutes of this Kingdom and doom
ing it essential to tho promotion of
justice, I do hereby order that tho
Regular Term of tlioThiid Judicial
Circuit to ho hold at Wuiohinu, Kau,
Hawaii, on tho first Thiiii-diiy of
September, 1800, ami by mo post
poned until .Monday, tliti 1.1th Bop
lyiuhur, Im nnd tlio miiiio U lioniby
further postponed until MONDAY,
dm Wiiluy of NovuinlHir, JHIW.iitH
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Pledged to nnthtr Sect nor Party,
Out cstnblithcd for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, OCT 21, 1890.
It is true Hint Mr. Horner, whose
letter appears elsewhere, is clmir
nmn of such a committee as ho
describes. That committee was ap
pointed iindcr n resolution moved by
Mr. Horner, the preamble of which
set forth the expenditures for Hono
lulu as, to say the least, involving
injustice to the country districts.
Tho report of that committee favor
ed the expenditures mentioned, not
because Honolulu was entitled there
to, but because the works in ques
tion were reproductive, that is,
would pay for themselves. In short,
the impression liablo to be produced
on one who had read the resolution
was that the report was a confession
by Mr. Horner that he had wasted
valuable time dabbling in matters of
which he knew very little.
Mr. Horner spoke and voted for
the Honolulu Fire Department item,
after submitting a bill providing
that Honolulu should be taxed to
support that institution. If ho could
have had tho bill immediately made
law, he would not have supported
the item ; and ho knows that if the
bill does come into effect, Honolulu
will from the date of that event have
to pay into the treasury the expenses
of running the Department to the
end of the period. Mr. Horner has
certainly lost few opportunities of
inveighing against the capital city as
if it was a pauper on the treasury,
instead of being the chief tributary
directly to both Customs and Inter
nal Revenue. If he reflect upon his
utterances before writing again, he
will not put this journal to the
trouble ot hunting up words and
Tho general question of municipal
government is, under present cir
cumstances, as broad as it is long.
Unless it can be proved that Hono
lulu's benefits from the general
Government are in excess of its jtut
proportion as a contributor to the
treasury, it would be an injustice to
the city to compel it lo pay as much
as it now does toward maintaining
national institutions navigation,
postal, judicial, and other services
and at the same time support a
full-fledged municipal establishment.
Civic government for Honolulu
might, if the way was perfectly
clear, be a long step toward that
decentralization to which on every
side are heard fervent aspirations.
But our rural taxpayers and their
legislative mouthpieces should re
member that one of the chief difli
culties in the way of Honolulu cut
ting loose from the general Govern
ment is a gift from the coiintry.
The plantations have lo, these
many years been turning into the
town a very heterogeneous popula
tion. This population would either
have to be absolutely controlled by,
or else given an equal share in the
control of, the civic establishment.
Municipal government for Honolulu
cannot be discussed with this pro
Mr. Horner's letter is pleasing in
a way, inasmuch as it shows that the
wisest in their own eyes sometimes
stumble into the conviction that they
have become foolish in the eyes of
the world. Our honorable corres
pondent, however, has not enhanced
the favorable opinion of his ingen
uousness, harbored by many of bis
political opponents, by omitting the
necessary explanations of his public
actions which have been supplied in
the foregoing comments.
Tho louder in this morning's Ad
vertiser compels mo to ask you for a
little inoro space. This leader is in
fact tho hoisting of tho colors of that
part of tho community who, although
very small in number, btylo them
solvos on account of wealth "the
country;" and who call ovory tiling
that concerns their pocket, "for tlie
benefit of tho country."
'I ho present attempt of tho plant
oik to override and hoodwink public
opinion in regard to Arts. 7 and 8 of
tlm National Reform platform and
art. (?) of tlio Reform platform (treat
ing Asiatic immigration and occupa
tion), is it decided breach
of faith of momlHuu of both
pui Hut uinl Mionld not only ho con
illinium), but nilibt bo slopped,
Until pm Hum iioiiihCt "ntii)g(iW"
mitl-Aniullo h'gikliilluii and liurdly it
muiiiliur of Hid pitiMut llmim would
ho tlii'in now, if Im Inul mil plmlgnj
III tVlllll 0 tJllpjIUlt lllUMi IWll IllilllU,
I uliiiui (hut llwiiifii)!' imlujjUliiiiii'ui
lllb UliUli) lilillli' liulll tu wh hn
... ... i-i- " i- r . . f . .1 . . '
ill unurui iuniiriiiiiuitt
lliij) Ud liuutfi Ijiiil itjiy luw
lu hji rutlruiliti) uiui kinv
mmvtiit) OhumMuu ui
wwt m HnmmiMM-
I say tho now proposed labor laws
aro unconstitutional and dishonest.
I understand tho latest idea is to
placo tho planter under a bond of
$200, in order to secure tho doporta
tion of the laborer. Now allow mo
to suggest that a bond of $200, for
5 years, if forfeited in every instance
would amount only to $10 per year,
or $333 1-3 per month ; a paltry sum,
if tho planter has the right lo import
sulllcicnt of human cattlo to depress
the wages from $20, as now, to a pos
sible $8, $9, or $12 per month in tho
I recollect that whaling captains
in order to got a native for a six
months, season had only to give bonds
to tho amount of $300, or $000 per
year, or $50 per month. This would
scarcely protect tho peoplo and ac
complish tho demand of the voters.
But oven $000 bond, would it
woik? I say no! decidedly not, and
accuse tho proposers of this scheme
of deception. They know that when
tho time is out and tho refusing
laborer has been arrested and re
leased on habeas- corpus, that the
planters will, through their couiiboI,
appear before tho Supremo Court
and claim and pray for tho cancel
ling of those bonds, because theyaio
willing to fulfil their contract and
tend the laborer away; but the law,
the Constitution would not lot them,
the conditions being made under im
possible, unconstitutional circum
stances. And they will pray that
they bo therefore released from their
Their prayer will likely bo granted I
Tho voter is fooled again. I doubt
if even a provision to retain a part
of a man's wages, payable when he
leaves tho country, could bo carried
out and could not be defeated by a
writ of mandamus.
Do not forget that it is not the
purpose of tho voters to make labor
expensive for tho planters, nay, vot
ers will make it as cheap as possible;
but what they demand is fulfilment
of the promisi's already given us as
If the planters want Asiatic labor
ers lot them call a Constitutional
Convention, Change the Constitu
tion (tliey have had two opportuni
ties). If they do not like that idea
let them go without cheap labor un
til they give the voters sufficient
guarantee that ArtB. 7 and 8 of the
National Reform Platform and Art.
(?) of tho Reform platform can be
faithfully carried out. But without
such guarantee more Asiatics they
can not have with the consent of free
In your issue of the 17th inst., 1
find your editorial states that the
"Hon. J. M. Horner's monotonous
grind against expenditures for Ho
nolulu reminds one," etc. Thus in
timating that I am a chronic coin-
plainer "against expenditures for
Honolulu." I deny the truthfulness
of that charge.
I am chairman of a committee
commissioned to investigate several
items of expenditure for Honolulu.
My committee has reported in favor
of the expenditure for the improve
ment of the city's "Water Woiks,"
and of appropriating the necessary
money to improve and extend the
"Electric Light" system for lighting
the streets and houses of Honolulu,
and also the necessary money to
complete the "New Market," and
I voted for a Government "Poi Fac
tory" for Honolulu, also for the'
$12,000 garbage item, the last two
items being in the interest of health.
I also voted for wharves and harbor
improvements, and on the 17th inst.
I favored by argument and vote the
item for the support of Honolulu
"Fire Department." I did not voto
against the item for Roads and Brid
ges for Honolulu.
It is true I voted and argued
against any increase of the "King's
Guard," if that is what you mean,
but that only came up twice during
the session, so my speaking against
that should not be very "monot
onous." Jno. M. Hoknek.
AN ENGINEER IN TROUBLE.
The engineer of the steamer Clou
dine got into some dilliculty on the
present trip and was put ashore at
Lahaina. He was brought to town
on the steamer Iwnlani this morning
in charge of a policeman, but there
being no warrant for his detention
the olllcers at the Station released
him. At tho olliee of the Wilder
Steamship Company no thing is
known of tlm trouble on tho Cluudiue
further than tlie foregoing facts.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Reception Y. M. C. A. Hull, 7 :30,
Excelsior Lodge, I O O F,
A DKHiitAitLB cottage with a largo
yard situated on Nutuinu Avonuo
near School street is to let.
The retirement of Capt. H. N.
Mist, it, N., from tho position of Se
cretary of tlio Foreign Oilico was an
Tub ilonokan Sugar Co. will hold
its annual meeting at 10 o'clook to
morrow morning at tlio oilico of 1', A.
Kcluiefer it Co,, Merchant slioct,
CLEE. WIZ I . Where did you
VJ tliosu ilullcloiiH riimtiiigear
itt tin) Nmv Ciuitiiil Mai hut,
I?XTRA Mum Mliii'o l'l (infill uvury
Jiu nay in inn "nine ice uiimin riir
0AMARINO' Hi'filKnimrilll m--ihuiwH,
wliii I it) uiiuwiuu rim ti t' "i id. iiwii
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Property atPearl City
By order oftthc OA11U RAILWAY &
LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
VT O'CLOCK 1'. ai..
A limited number of those desirable
Building: lots at Pearl City
The Company havo expended 820,000
to procure an ample supply of puro
mountain water, resulting in the com
pletion of two large Kescrvoirs with
storngo of nearly 2,000,000 gallons.
From a distributing Reservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet abovo sea level, water
has been laid along Lclnta Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot In a 0-hieli Cast
Iron Pipe, fiom which water will bo
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself In the
Deeds to carry purchasers and their
families anu seivants oy ran netweeu
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Por Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of 0 years from the date
These speelalltates of Fare will be
transferable with the property during
the term named In the Oilginal Deed.
Trains will alwajs bo run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
City. Trains will reach Honolulu at
G :J5 and 8 or 8 .45 and 1 1 :B0 a. in., leave
Honolulu for Pearl ( ity and way Sta
tions at 8 :15 a. in and 1:45 and 4 to
4:',)0 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. m. snbjecthow
ever to such changes as may be from
time to time found necessary lor tlie
convenience of the public or business
interests of the I'oinpany. Evening
Trains will also lie run whenever tlieie
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots wheie the most
charming view can be had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtalfi lots fronting on Lcliua, Malic or
YVoodlawn Avenues; this is a most
charming location for residences, "as all
agree wlio have t'iken the trouble to
walk ui Lchua Avenue above the Ewa
Court House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 yearB,
Willi Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for the most
limited in means, to procure a line
healthy residence. Distance Is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living at Pcail City will
leach Honolulu in less time than it
takes to come from WaikiKl by the
oidinary means of travel, while the ex
pense for a person 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 than they can ever be
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If you do you will live to quote the
"hind sight" sayings we so otten hear
from people who had a chance to buy
the whole of Kulaoknhua Plains for u
hong, but they didn't! A word to tho
wise is snfllcii'iit.
tSfMaps of tlie Lots can be seen at
the olllces of the Paclllc Hardware Co.,
Hawaiian News Co., and T. G.TIiruni'f-,
and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, where
all further information can he obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
G81 3l)t Auctioneer.
PROFESSOR S AU VLET having con
cluded the important musical work
on which he has beeu engaged Is now
prepared to receive pupils as before.
JKA1ULA having made an asslgn-
in cut to the undersigned for the
benellt of his creditors, all persons hav
ing claims against said J. ICalula are
leipiested to present them within two
mouths at tho olliee of Hyman Ilrothers,
and all who are indebted to J. Kabila
must make immediate payment to the
0802W I. RUBINSTEIN.
rpiIE Kaplohini Maternity Homo has
X two rooms to accommodate paying
patients. Ladies of modurato menus
who wish to securo a homo on reason
able terms, before and dining tho time
of their coiillneinunt, where lliu best of
food, attendance, nursing and medical
hklll will ho provided, will pleuso apply
at the Home to Mrs. Miller, tho matron,
who will attend to adinlttuucu, give
terms or other lufoimatlon requited,
Honolulu, Oct. 4, lfiDO. U7n 3 in
IIMIOM and after IliU diito wo will nol
.' bo ifpiii6ihhi for any f i night after
biiiuo linn ii'iiinulviinil at liny Million.
I'm Hen In nlmiu fimglit In nnndtdiuil
lllllkl Im nl llm Million in htiiIvii llnOr
No (might nlll Im irnilvml fur Mili
iimnl biihH.'iui thulium of mud uinl H
n'rluiil, it, hi ) uinl linlniHiii I iiui ami V
ll'lllliuli i mi.
Trulii w II mil Im ilululiuul fur ililii-
IIIHIH f Ili'lMllI VillllUUl 4UUU!l(Mirilllip
HUHIl. . .
rf, UtfljM ulll Ui) iwmnwi uimr
wain ujjnm a i ii uami w
ii . i.K'H,PMuI,w'
JtlOUAKI) A. McCUltUY, PtcNldcnt.
Ktit For full particulars apply to
!S. JCJ. ROSE, .
Dcc-24-89 General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
' ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
Kerosene Oil "ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:-Ohlendorfs Dissolved Peiuvlan Guano, Ohlcudoif's Special Cane Manure.
LON DON PU RPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Kte.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Ucstioys all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
BAGS :-Sugar, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Knibracing the latest inipiovcments in mateiial and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc
Shortly expected a
Hue line of
CENTRAL MAT liRKET,
In the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, where you can pro
cure the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
No. 1 Foik Sausage, Smoked Tongues,
Boef Sausage, Smoked Mutton Hams,
Bologna Sansage, Spiced Beef,
German Sansage, Oorned Fork & Beef.
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
J??" Your patronage is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed in
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tele. 369 -3ttrMutual Tolo. 362
Uotcl 8t., : Honolulu.
J. II. FISHER, Pi op.
Board and Lodging, per week, (ac-
coidlug to location of looms,..
$10 00 to 12 00
Transient, per day 2 00
Table Board, per week 7 00
Single Meals CO
Bay-Visitors will Hud this one of the
most comfortable and convenient houses
lu tho city, the rooms being laigo, light
and airy. Hot and cold water baths.
I make a specialty of repairing tine
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And guarantee first-class work at
Hotel st., under the "Arlington."
ler "M. U. WIIjDKU,"
A FRESH LOT OF
HAY & GRAIN
KOll SAl.K Y
John F. Oolburn & Co.
FOIt HAN FltANOINCO,
Will Iikvm Honolulu lur llu hIiovii
pm I nil
Frldpyf Oct, 34th,
Yw Fiulftlil "J I'wmvd, Bii la
ISSUED BY THE
OF WmW YORK
: : : :
Telephones, No. 110. jgOEfST P. O. Box 372.
Chas. ffustace, King Street.
Having leaded t lies stoics in the brick building known as tlie
"Lincoln Block," no.iily opposite tho old stand, and having disposed
of that poi (ion or my Mock damaged by tho late fire, and being
in icceipt of New Gootlh pel laat steamer, and moie on the way, I
am piepaied lo (ill all trucih aa before. Thanking tho public" for
(lie liberal palion.tgo bcMuwcd on mo for the past seven years, I
hope by prompt .mention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
Mime. At the new stand Muill be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many now ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island okIci-h roIicKimI and faithfully executed.
'9ff BHOffl 01 UIB u BaB flee? tilllll isH 0 g g 0 g g
Without si Kivsil
One-third the Price of the
flJW A having of M Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Best
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to nioro commodious quartere at
(Near tlie Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of tlio following High Class Aerated Beverages:
ninin flnrnnf f nmnn (I
nam, owdul liumuu
, UIIUUl) JJUU1UU) UUUIIUU11J UI
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively tho HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
'IMIK Dwelling mid Heanti-
L fill (iroiuuls belonging
to ii. Rlcmciihcliiicldcr. on
Piiiiclibowl street, liuiulro of
73 2v W.O.I SMITH.
HRNIHIIKD Rooms, sin-
glo or In mi1uvh; ul-o
ile-iooiu. Apply "No,
37,' AliiKuii btluoV (I7H lw
VI-JKV Convniilmit mill
DimIi'iiIiIu Cnlliiuo fui
Inul nr iinfiiiiiMifi), nonr
lliu ni ImmiIi'iII uioiinil nt MnMM All
ilh Mnii'liiini mnu'i
f I'UfhUhwJ limu, ih
UMJliMUlW IUW. . IHtUUI, iiU
, - -r'- -rr . .i . i" ' "
m mm im mm vjbi
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
RED BRICK, ETC.
Chair Cutters & Cane Knives.
to thla trade.
in Price & Quality 1
Housekeeper Should Use It !
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
A HOUSE on Young-streci
near Thomas snnuro.
flaaara -. r 'I'liomna Sqimre,
mmrm niiu mu luillll!, mm Ulllll t
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horses, pply at
liliOtf Fott street.
jujjk HPHh I' mull mo of a live
(ffllERj I room coltiigo coiuiilote,
for lioiiMikeepliig, Cotlagu
I'lintially loi'iited and to let at a unison
ithln reiiliil, uiiilro at IliU nlllcn,
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