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DAiLlr BULLBiTiitl uOJNOULtl;!. h boTofebk yb, lHl
T II J3
PMftti to neither Sett nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29, 18U0.
Tax Payers In this District are
hereby notified that the 'Puses tor
the current yenr will be due and pay
uble at the Office of the Tax Assessor
anil Collector iathe Kanimiwa Bund
ing, on tho 1st day of November, A.
The OlHcc is open from 9 a. in. to
4 p. in. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must bo paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid beforo the 15th day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 per cent, costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes District of Knnii, Island of
Minister of Finance.
Count Von Moltke is to be creat
ed Duke of Sedan on his ninetieth
birthday, after which the Count may
very properly be called the "Sedan
Modern economic doctrines con
tinue to get in their work ; Prussian
Princes are learning trades. Ha
waiian Princes should make a note
of this fact, as it might be turned
into a personal convenience, even in
a warm climate.
John Most, the anarchist, who has
made a failure of his political
schemes in New York has declared
his intention ; he will go to London
town, where, in all probability, he
will speedily feel the weight of John
Bull's physical rotundity, if he
doesn't keep his mouth mostly shut.
II. R M. R. AMPHMN.
, B. Mi S. Amphion was lclc-
phoned this forenoon and shortly
after one o'clock this afternoon an
chored outside the reef and saluted,
being answered by the shore battery
and the U. S. V. S. Charleston. Tho
Amphion is ten days from Esqui
mault, B. C, and is on her way to
the China Station. She is a twin
screw cruiser, second class, and
cairics 10 guns. Her tonnage is
1300 and her horse power Ofiiil).
The following is a list of her of
ficers: Captain Edward G. lltilton.
Lieutenants Francis W. Barrett,
George J. S. Warrcnder, Win. II.
du C. Chads, Richard II. Story,
Frank Hammond and Hubert F.
Staff Surgeon Wm. E. Breton.
Staff Paymaster Win. S. Watson.
Fleet Engineer Thos. W. II.
Surgeon Alfred T. Rimell.
Chief Engineers Wm. Whitting
ham and Henry J. Turner.
Assistant Engineers lhos. u.
Morris and Win. A. J. Davies.
Gunners Jolin McCarthy anil
Boatsw ain Edward Davis.
Carpenter Thos. Slaney.
Clctk Henry Ilorniinan.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
EM I Honolulu Avion
ISSUED BY THE
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, Oct. 31st,
at a o'!mh;k,
1 will sell at Public Auction tho Hffcets
of the Honolulu Ailou Society,
1 Cliictoin Stum Piano,
Tables & Chubs Plotui t",
1 Clock, Smithies,
The Temporary Stage,
Etc., Etc , Etc , Etc.
: : : : : Over $136,000,000
UWIIAItll A. McC'llltllY. lrilciit.
t&T For full particulars apply to
fe. H. KOSIO,
Dcc-24-89 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Sale ot Additional Building Lots on
South Slope of Punchbowl Hill.
On THURSDAY, Nov. 13, 1890, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale, will be soltl at Pub
lic Auction, Twenty-lUe Lots, situate
on the South Slope of Punchbowl
Hill along Alapai and above Kinati
streets, varying in sie from 90x100
ft. to 110x200 ft.
Upset price Varying from $150
to $500 each lot, according to size
The terms and condition of sale
will bo 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 hemi-annually
rtt the rate of sccn per cent per
Tho purchaser must within one
year from the date of purchase en
close tho land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from the Government pipes.
Jioyal Patents will be issued for
the land upon final payment of the
A map of the Lots can be seen and
full particular learned at the Land
Streets have been laid out and
graded, and water mains have been
or shoitly will be laid adjoining all of
the above Lots.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 10, 1890.
Lease of Government Land at
On WEDNESDAY, November 12,
1890, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale will be
sold at public auction the lease of
the Government land of Kahikinui,
Maui, containing an area of 25,000
acres, more or less.
Term : Lease for 10 ycarB.
Upset price $1,500 per annum,
payable semi-annually in advance.
Possession of this land will be
given February 1, 1891.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 7, 1890.
The Iowa coutts are making more
and more conflicting rulings on the
"original package" question. The
courts are just like the citizens of
Iowa, the further they get into the
merits of the "original package"
the more conflicting their views and
opinion! become. There's no telling
how soon the Iowans, Judges and
all, will come to blows, if some
statesman doesn't move the previous
question on the "original package"
and let the public quench their
thirst out of both horns of the pre
A TERRIBLE TRACEDY.
Berlin, October 17th. A terrible
tragedy occurred to-day at Reini
kendorf, a suburb of this city. A
builder named Sehaaf, at one time
wealthy, but who lost his money nud
is heavily in debt, attacked his wife
and five children with a hatchet and
hacked their heads in a terrible
manner. Three of the children died
from the injuries. Fran Scliaaf ami
the remaining two children aio un
conscious and dying. Tho murderer
lied, and thus far has eluded the ef
roits made to capture him.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 1), 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rules, ure hereby
notified that the hours for UBing
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock A. M and 4 to 0 o'clock
ClUfl. B. WILSON,
Bupt. Hoiio, Water Works,
O. N. Sl'ENCUK,
Minister of tho Interior.
By virtue of tho authority in mo
vesttd by the Conaitution and the
Statutes of this Kingdom and deem
ing it essential to tho promotion of
justice, I du Jieichy order that the
Regular Turin of the Thiid Judicial
Circuit to be held at Waioliimi, Kun,
Hawaii, on tilt) Hut Thuihduy of
ftuptoinlmr, IH90, ami by mu post
poned until Monthly, thu 15th Sep
tember, he mill tho hiiiiiii h liuioby
further postponed until MONDAY,
Ujo I7lli ly of Nmiimliur, iHWUtu
y'ljjoyl; A, u,
WitmifM my limul inn
There has been a great deil of in
vidious compaiison made by the
friends of the late Government be
tween the conditions of the roads
under the Reform and the Gibson
administrations. The general and
persistent complaints, however,
coming from all quarters, except
perhaps from a few especially fav
ored localities, build up rather con
clusive evidence of the fact that
such comparisons have been ex
ceedingly illtimed, if not absolutely
Theieisno denying the present
condition of most of the Honolulu
loads, and especially those through
out and immediately surrounding
the business portions of the city.
The streets are in most places as
thoroughly spring-breaking and un
comfortable as any heritage of vil
lainous road-making left tlie Reform
The so-called Reform party has
ceitainly not covered itself with
glory, no matter hov much it may
have favored isolated improvements,
in its road making and repairing. It
is no longer a seciet that, like most
of the Reform administration's pro
mises of internal and municipal im
provements, this road-making busi
ness upon investigation has resolved
itself into another party boast build
ed upon political sand.
THAT MANDAMUS CASE.
From a cosmopolitan standpoint the
decision published in this morning's
Advertiser, respecting a certain coi-
poiate right of the Anglican Church
Trustees, under the charter, may be
sifted down to mean : That the real
(private) issue of the matter has
not yet come to a focus; that the
formal act of calling tho members of
the corporation to meet together
must be performed by the president,
notwithstanding hio premature sup
position that he would by so doing
have given acquiescence to same
other act necessarily following the
act of calling such a meeting. The
Court declaies that he "would be
as free at such meeting as any one
else to combat or support any reso
lutions offered." It is also intimat
ed that the Court has no jurisdiction
to go into the private affaiis of tho
corporation until the rights of others
are interfered with, which by impli
cation means that no supposed in
Iciferanue of any right has yet ac
ARGE Airy Room, np-
.j stairs, iinfiu tiisliuri. lately
occupied by IIowiuil llitch-
eoek Inquiie at Anderson it l.uudy s
Dental Olllee. li'Jl lv
JAS. F. niOHGAN,
CilC 2t Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
By older of the OAI1U RAILWAY &
' LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at Peail Oily,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT St O'CLOCK 1'. .11..
A limited number of those desirable
BiilllicLiti at Pearl City
The Company have expended Sl!0,000
to pioeure an ample supply of pine
mountain water, lOMilting in the com
pletion of two l.uge Kvsuixuli with
storage of ue.nly 2.000,000 gallons.
I'loui adl'tilbutlngRe'enoIr with a
capacity ot 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above mhi level, water
bus been laid along Leluia Avenue to
IliePeail City Depot In a tl-hteh Ont
Iron Pipe, fiom which water will be
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself in the
Deeds to cany piiiehasvts and thcii
families and m I'vauK by tall between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
THEO. II. DAYIES & CO.,
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KoroM'iiu Oil " ALOHA.'
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUM'S,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS, '
SI LVERWARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED HRICIC, ETC.
ENGLISH, nUV fT I AMERICAN
SCOTCH, JL1 JL VJIVV flJJ 1
Chnil'Ciiltws & rane Knives.
DLSIR UJLK Five-Room
.' Cott.me with pantiles,
detached cook-houc and -er-
vnnts" looms, large table. etc., on Nun
anil Avenue, near School stiect. Large
yaid with fi nil trees and choice llowers.
Rent le.isonable. Apply to
08'J tf 51ns. C. Al'ONG.
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- OhlendoifN Dissolved Peiuviun Guano, Olilciidtiif's Special fane Manuie.
LONDON PURPLE:- Kfteetii.il tlestioyerof Potato, Cotton iV anker Wniins. I'.te.
SCRUB FXTERMINATOR: llestioys all Noxious Weeds Senilis.
BAGS: Sugar, Rlee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS. NAVY .AKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kinbiaeing the latest liupioven.ents in inateiial anil texture..
Gill van i.t'd Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
to thin traile.
Shoitly expected a
line Hue of
itt!5L A VERY Convenient ajid
CTAVQ r Deshable Collage fur-w-sSSs
nlslied oi unfiiinlhlicd, near
the old baseball ground at MuklM Ap
ply at GULIOK'S AGENCY,
075 tf !!S Merchant sheet.
SUITE of Tlnce Nicely
I ' Furnished Rooms, two
iSct bediooins and pallor, on
Punchbowl street near Palnce walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
CU4 tf H. F, HUBBARD.
STOIUSS TO LET.
rpOStoieson King street
1 recently occupied by
Jlr. Chun, llustace, to let at
leasonable ient.il. Piemlef have been
tboi oiighly leiiov.ited. Possession at
once. Apply to
C72 lm Intel lor Olllee.
Wm. t Irwin fi Company,
OKKKU I'Oll SALU
Lime Ac Comoiir.
PAfJAfFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS aud ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
PJJOK & OHLANUT'B
High Grade ClieuiicaJ Cane Manure.
i ) Hid nit.il uf 111 HiiinuiH
Alb far wjiii t nl Ijitiiuliilni flu
W &,"" "' H,, ,,h""
BIM imteu Uunvw Liuuii.
COLLAPSE OF THE iRON fMRKET.
Glasgow, October 17th. I?rji'es
In the iron maiket eollapwed to-day
in coimetjuence of a report that tint
funds of the union to wliiuli thu
striking fiirnuceiiiuu belong have
givuii out, and thu uiuii Imvlng no
oilier mosiuy of Biipport, would lie
eouwtilleil to return to work.
CQUAPSFOF A TftIKE,
Sydney, Oeloliur I7tli. Cliiiiu.
iiloii, tho labor loiulor, Iiiin oiililuil to
1 1 ii ins In London that inonuy from
ICiiuIiiimI will lm iianluss (o pinvunt n
ful I ii ro of tliubtillii).
)l U Nimml Unit iliu Miiriiiu Oil)'
urn' Awlitllii) U iilioiil If) tittyur
lid imiiiiiHilliiii will) Hut Kuihihhi'm
Dnluii unit ulliur Irmlu uiuunuw
Wm . 1 llJl iWlUiJJ I UlliWJ 11 ullj
KYK (lit ASS
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
Dm lug a tunn of 9 yeaio fiom the date
'I'liee ipeelnl Jtatei of I'nie will be
tiansfei able with the propcity diuiiiy
tlic term named In (he Oiliual Heed.
Tiains will alwajs be mil forie.i'-ouable
aeeoinmodatloii of residents at Penil
City. Ti.ilns will ic.ich llnuolillii at
0 :-16 and 8 or 8 .45 and 1 1 :fi0 a in , leave
Honolulu for Pe.ti I Itv and way Sta
tions at 8:15 a. in and 1:15 and -t to
4 :l!0 and i :in to fi :I10 p. in. iiibjcct bow
cer to such cliuif?cs as may be from
lime to lime found neee-suy for the
convenience of the nubile or business
iuteicsts of the i . inpany. Evening
Tiains will alo be tun whenever theie
is a luasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those dc-ii ing lots whcic the most
ehai tiling view can be had fiom the
vcianda of cottago or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Lchiia, Malle or
Wooillawii Avcuiicj this Is a most
chainiing location for lusidences, as all
agiee who h.ie t Ken (he double to
walk up Leluia Aenue above the Ewa
Couit House. As u health', lesoit, a
butter situation cannot bo found. To
assist settler-., the following easy terms
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 y? ars,
One-Third in 5 years
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Tims making it possible for the most
limited in means,, to procure a line
hcahhj lesldence. Distance is anni
hilated by liillu.iy communication, so
that people living at Pe.ul City will
leach Honolulu in iesK time tuau u
takes, to come fiom Waiklkl by the
oidlnarv inc i(s of tiavel, while tie ex
pense ffir il pel son will "Of he inoie
than live cents per day gi eater than the
)iceiit cost of tiuvel to Walkikl by
Now Is your time to pioenre
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower than they can ever he
bought hi the fiitiue.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If von do you will live to quote the
"hind sight" sayings we i-o often bear
fiom people who had a chance to buy
the whole of Kiilaokiihua Plains for a
Ming, but they llu't; A wort to (lie
w9 la sullc()it,
C1- Maps of the Lots oan hu seen at
the olllees of tlmPuelllu Haulwaiu Oo
Hawaiian New Co.. and T.Q.TIiiiiiuV,
and at my Siihisionin, Honolulu, whom
all fuithur iufoi illation can ho obtained.
P. O. Box 372.
Telephones, No. 119.
llustace, King Street.
DRAYM EN .
All oi dei s for cait.ige promptly attended
to. P.u ticul.ir attention
paid to the
Storing- & Shipping
Of good In traps! t to the other Islands.
Abo Blciuk & White Sana
In rpuintitles to suit at lowest pi ices
- Okkick: Next door to Jus. F.
Moig.iu's auction room.
Mutual 19 -XjSuTELEPHONEiBQT .'oil 414
The Thoroughbred Percheron
Iinpoiled by Hon. S Pinker, will r(iuii)
fin a shoit time l
T. Lishmans Stable,
tar -nsitAii- i!i. -e
Having )tia..ed the Mines in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Mock," ne.uly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
..I that pin tion of my stock duiu.iged by the late iiie, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more on the way, I
.mi piopaied to till all ordeis as b.-fore. Thanking the public" for
Hie libeiul patron.igu bcstowcil no me for the past seven years, I
hope by pionipt attention to ali orders to merit a continuance of the
saiiie. At the new stun. I Mull be pleased to see all my old cus
tumeis, and as many now ones as may find it to theii advantage to
call. Island ouleis solicited and faithfully executed.
66 ITh 1 I PA iS S 7'9 pp& a KB B KB fi BE?. i jb giBA na &
Without a ltival in Price & Quality I
One-third the Prico of tho Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It T
0T A Saving of 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best. fj'
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian IslandH.
Fiiirbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
HALMON IN HAJHMaH.
I million PHiuly of iimlilii Him
Wvlolies, OlookSi Jnwelrj, Klo.,
iillll gUil)JlUlUl Ultl'I'lUM Ullll, Ul
UIMUUU1H U WW
JAS. F. JJIOIIGAN,
'PAHLE Crapes for Ridii by K. Llsh-
1 iii.in ; 10 pounds for 91. Hull
Telephone HIT. 'J(
l"Tt. J. M, WIIITXKY I. happy to
I'' uiiiuiiiiici) fo iIk imlioiih iiil
fiiiuiiU In Honolulu and uIm'Ih;m, Iiii
lii'iicofiiilh lie will hu uniiUlid In h h
ilcilliil iiioiiih by Or A E NICHOLS, m ml
uiuii nf Ii Mi. oiiln Ihnitiil Uollcgu,
mill fur tut mill yum a Mini'iifnl iiiiiu
lloiiur In I'likudmin, Unllfoiiilii tllllcu
liuiim no licfuiii fimn Hilliu. M. hi lilID
i, si, mil lm
Honolulu Athletic Association,
I N uuifiuiiiity Willi H iiiifiljiiiJiiiii
I jliuiliiii. i iinuiiiVif '!' ,11"' ""'"
111 the new building, adjoining Love's
llukeiy, wlieio you can pio-
euie the choicest
Beef, Mutton. Veal. Pork,
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
No. 1 Fork tagfi Buioicil Toqgues
lleef Saqjuj;Cv amoXod Mutton llama,
HologuaBaflsnge, Bulced liiiif.
UirmnnBanEauo, OuruoJ ?oik& Beef.
RSTYoiir pati image Is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction gll.uailleed ill
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Boll Tele. 369 "?&ittgrMiitiial Teio. 3G2
Jlolol HI., s Honolulu.
J. II.PISIIKH, Piop.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more coniniodiojm qtiartere air,
(Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of piimo quality, any
of (hi! following High CIiibs Aerated Beveragea:
Plain, Sweet, Lemon. Strawoerry or Cram Soda;
Snrsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PUitE WATEK HYHTEM.
llo.iid and l.odgliig. pin' weoV, (uiu
coiillug tp locidlun Of IOOIIIS,,,
, mi...... .....91(1 Unto 91'.' m
TiuiU'lmil, pcnliiy.., , ..,,,, 'J oil
Tallin IIoiiiiI, pur week........... 7 (Ml
hlnglo Mnulit, 1 1 i , . . nil
(na"VUIIuit.l lliul lliU miiuif Urn
inoM imiiiliiiiiililii ,ini iMHiWHili'iit linimw
III Hit I'll)', llm mum hi'ing imge, light
mill all) i llni iiiul iiiiiiiim'iMii,
rpilE ICaplolaul Maleinlty Hoine has
JL two rooms to aceoiiiiuodalu paying
patients. Ladies of inodciatn menus
who wish lo sceiiio a limue on oaou
ablu teiuis, hefoiu ami iliu lug llic lime
of their eoiillueinciit. wlu-', Hie lav. I til
food attoiidauci), imihhw and uudlcnl
sUlll will bu pvoyhh'd, will tltutt apply
at the louU Ul tin. Miller. Hie Illation,
W'll Will atleiul In iiillllittuuee, givu
It'iins or oilier lufoi iiiiUlou leipiiicd.
Hoii(ihihijOi!t. -I, IMw. H7A itui
l . ludMiliiriMUJ.il5ttWUiJuU)IUu)i
ImiimI U hi mini I'll In ill)
IjMtO.M ami itfinr thlsilutu we will not
1 bu iixpiuiHlblii for any f i night idler
Mime Iliu. lieen ilellvmeil ut uny hlntloii,
I'm lies in ulioin fimglil Is I'liiixhiiii'il
mu. I bo ul Urn million in iici'lvo ilieir
.So finlglil will bu iivulvtul fur xlili
inmil biilwumi llm liiiiiinuf hilHI mid II
n'l'jmij. It. Ill , lliul bi'lHI'Ull till) mill 'J
ii'i'limit i mi
Tniln nlll mu jmilnliiliiwl fur lil
inmil id Iii'IhIH vuilmin kiiululiiiiiiiigi
Nu it'lHlH ."HU"1 iwu'hml iillur
pAPTAIN II. Llghlbody, of tho bark
V 'Mill ker," will not be responsible
(m any debts contracted by liUciew
without his wiitteu older. U77 tf
rpilK iiiuleislgneil bavo tWn day
1 foi no d a copiiilneislilp for the
piiiposii of dealing In bay. iaii), etc,,
under llm iiitiuo of Uiu California I'Ycit.
Co. T.J KINO,
Honolulu, Kept, 17, IM)l), Ml If
I HOIilllQI'KSnfKiimi, Mnul, lm'
ff lug Hindu mi iiIkiiiiiuiiI nf is
iiiiimiy in Dm iniilmnlgumi fur iln
limmili uf Iliu iM'illiiii, iiuil'o U limrliy
glvi'ii Him nil nliiliiiu iigulum lilin inum
lm iiiimiiii in llm iiiHiirlm'il mIUiIii
ilni'ii iiiiiiiiIih finiii lUiv, mill nil imiiiM
liiihilih'i in tfiihi .1. ilnih uiiiui mu ni
luutitiiliu iimku luimi'iiiu n iHiyiiiiini m
limj in im. mm iimmvm. w
i u'll Ul lm I'liiilUWiU maum
Ullh'i U'll 4
IJjvwj Sialic iWll
Kin ii ijj iijj mmamm m wmuu
ju! m, '
til '1 1..I.I..I I..II..T. Il
uiuiuumu ttKjo iuj i Bin