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j)AILY BULLETIN: frbNOLLTLU, H. I.; OCTOBSfc 3J, 1H90.
Dkpaktmknt of Intkiuok, )
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 181)0.$
SUNDAY, tho 10th of November,
being the anniversary of the birth of
Ilia Majesty the King, Saturday, the
15th, will be observed ns a National
Holiday, and all Governmeut Offices
throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Fill DAY, November 28, being the
anniversary of the recognition of Ha
waiian Independence by the Govern
ments of Great Britain and France,
will be observed as a National Holi
day, and all Government Offices
throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Wator Privileges or
those paying Water ItateB, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
(J to 8 o'clock a. M., and 4 to G o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spencek,
Minister of the Interior.
Tax Payers in this District are
hereby notified that tho Taxes for
the current year will be dueand pay
able at tho Ollice of the Tax Assessor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
The OiTico is open from 9 a. in. to
4 p. in. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over Jj?10 must he paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before 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 Kona, Island of
Minister of Finance.
1' Li P.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Out established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, OCT. 31, 1890.
An Eastern paper declaies that in
nine cases out of ten brides in that
locality are more self-possessed dur
ing the wedding ceremony than
bridegrooms. This is another evi
dence of the desperate and fearless
character of Yankee girls when it
comes to matrimonial matters.
The San Francisco Daily Report
got the news of the Slavin-McAuliffc
fight, which came off in London the
morning of Sept. 27, out in an extra
the evening of Sept. 2C. It was en
abled to perform this feat owing to
the difference in time and to perfect
arrangements with the Mackay
Bennett Cable system in New York,
Montreal, and Sun Francisco. Be
sides, in actual time, the Report
published the news several hours
ahead of even the London papers.
There is something suggestively
pathetic in the editorial of this
morning' b Advertiser, in the undis
guised attempt, of some new hand
at the quill, to gloss and smooth
over, as it were, the utupld proposi
tion of one of its political supporter
to make u horizontal reduction iu
Kcctions three and, four of the Ap
propriation Bill ; something sugges.
lively pathetic in the attempt to
treat as u Joke the disgraceful gar
bling of tho House reconU ycttor
day morning, ua well as the iiiullg
nlllud and ulitiiird clufoiiso thereof,
by Nohlu J, M, Horner, lieforu thu
ink hud dried which jiroulnliiii'd tho
fiuud, Jn floiuu cmuutrlun audi
l.i'ljiHliitlvu wiwlma would m iluuin.
ml uiiiilujunt for w volu of uuiwin'!
If nut of xiiiIiiii, iiKtilnH HioNit
uuuwuinl In uuli (iniyHw.
A QUr IliulilHlu UliiJ IHIHKJIIIII"
ayMiQJiuy tmlMly ruuuiltii
"if Uili iiwtMif nJiv l j it
mnrkablv commonplace." Tills
just where the pathetic part of tho
editorial Is cut short; the humorous
portion is in tho Advertiser gratui
tously metamorphosing itself into a
political goat ami encumbering Its
escape with all the Legislative sins
and personal blunders of Its party
By the way, this reminds us that
the political scape-goat of the Re
form party has carried Its idea of
humor Into Its Legislative report. It
is intimated that the change in the
motion of Representative Nawahi,
by substituting "Southern" for
. i 4. - 1f J - ......In l.n
LiOWcr uauioruia, was uiuuu uu
forc the Secretary had had time to
enter the original motion. The
humor of this piece of journalism
will at once become evident when it
is stated that it was pointed out to
the House when the fraud was dis
covered yesterday morning, or the
next day after the original written
motion was handed in, that the ink
used in making the alteration was
not then dry. The Advertiser's
sense of humor sccais to be abnorm
ally developed, while its sense of
journalistic duty and fairness as
usual appears to be extremely rudi
incutarv. POSTAL MATTERS, ETC.
Much has been said and written
about the postal service of this
country during the past few months.
The Finance Committee's Report
has some strong language with re
gard to various transactions and
methods employed in the depart
ment: and a special committee was
ordered to bring before the House
any further information it could de
velope. This committee brought in
a majority and minority report and
it is a matter of surprise, even won
der, that the two reports should be
harmonious, and tuatsucli itinerant
conclusions are drawn from the facts
as stated. The majority leport was
referred back to its supporters while
that of the minority was practically
given credence to. The truth ap
pears to be that the minority of the
committee only had in doubt the
degree of censure the Postmnster
Generol deserved for his violent and
undignified conduct toward his dep
uties and others.
The action of the House in voting
appropriations for the bureau in ac
cordance with the recommendations
of both sections of the committee
proves apparently, that the House
is satisfied with the present olllcial
head of the department and does
not credit the statements made as to
his violence and unprofessional con
duct, although such charges have
been made under oath.
To practically leave the disburse
ment of large sum of money (say
100,000) to a man who is already
greatly to blame for his unreason
ing likes and dislikes is, at best, im
politic and unwise. AHd when it is
remembered that the same indivi
dual allows passion to dominate
judgment, whose language repeated
ly to his oflicers and others, has
been profane and "contra bonos
moies," uncomplimentary alike to
his position and himself, it becomes
a grave question for the Cabinet to
consider, whether or not he should
be permitted further scope for the
exercise of such unseemly and im
proper personal exhibitions in a pub
'ilie present Postmaster-General
owes his appointment to the late
Walter M. Gibson, and while it is
doubtful if any succeeding ministry
would have given him such a posi
tion, still he had survived to this
day, notwithstanding his bitter poli
tical partisanship and his frequent
change of base and party j always
ready to jump the fence j to embrace
those in ollice and power, so as to
be kept at the head of the postal
A great deal has been said about
the general eillcency of the Post
ofllce bureau (of course through the
P. M. G.) indeed the late Minister
of the Interior iu his report of 1888
credits the Postmaster-General with
being the author of the system of
book-keeping there maintained,
while it is well known such system
was inaugurated by the book-keeper
and cashier tin ee months prior to the
1 am fur from saying that the
Postmaster-General is without good
qualities, but unfortunately accord
ing to sworn statements and other
testimony, heiswearsuud blasphemes
like a pirate, and bellows at his offi
cers like a skipper in a tjplioon, not
very convincing proof of his fitness
for ollice. Si'itiio Mkmoica.
The Prince of Wales is a direct
descendant of King Alfred, being
thu thirty-third yreat-gruiidHoii,
Thus thu lingllsli throne bus remain
ed In tho same family for over 1000
Thu Manhattan Club of Nmv Yuri;
city liuu tit luut taken poHbuuHlou
of the old A, T. BlmynrL iiiiuitdon,
which n to ho ltd fiituio homo,
Nearly till thu fiirnltiirn urn) cirjiut
lug. cwiioil by Mr. Hlcwurl twig
liimglit by llm dliili.
'I'll ti rornur MOW) ut !lli bill )'n
byiiirlnii (.'Imiiili ui UoiuliMuliitiii
I'd., wit rtiwnlly uiuni!i mill Hiu
wjiiliwU rwiiimul. Of ull tlii im
mm iii mirs Us iliw mm I11I1I
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
TO-MOKUOW, Nov. 1st,
AT HO O'CLOCK A. M..
At my .Salesroom, Queen, street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
1 2 Horse Power Windmill,
With Gearing & Fixture com
plete. Iu good order.
JAM. F. MOIiGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
TO-MOItltOW, Nov. 1st,
AT IU O'CLOCK A. .11..
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salcroomi, for account of whom
it may concern :
90 bxs of 6 in. Twist Tobacco,
IB Pounds JJueJt.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
HAS removed to bis new ofllce on
lierotanla stieet, near Fort, ad
joining the Dickson premises. U!)S Iw
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Take Notice.
rPHE Oalui Hallway A Land Co. have
1 ni.ide arrangements to deliver
lumber and all kinds of Uiiildtug niate
listl at the Peail City Station at the
regular llonplijli) prices.
Those dealing to biIId at IVail City
upon laud sold by thu Company please
call at the Company's ofllce for further
15 F. DILLINGHAM.
General Manager O. H. & L. Co.
NICK Cottage with six
rTSS ply at "No. 18!) Nuuann Ave
nue." li!)B ist
LAHGE Airy Kooin, up
slabh, unfuinli-hcd, lately
occupied be Jlowaid Illtt-li
cock Itiquho at Anderson & l.undy's
Dental Ollice. C!)l lw
ONE House and Lot on
Bcietaula stieel, a few
J5fcJ doors above the Armory.
For particulars Inquire within.
mia i JJJ'siJtxuiii'j fivc-Jtonin
jgy2t tJotlage vi Hli pant ie.-,
detached cook-hoiiee and cer-
vauts' rooms huge (.table, etc., onXiiii
iiini Axi'iiuc, near School Mi eel. Large
yaid with fruit trecsand choice llower.i.
itcnt lO.isouable. Apply to
08U tf Miss. C. Al'ONG.
VEHY Convenient and
Desirable Col time fur-
ftSSssal nished or uuf mulshed, near
the old buseh.dl trrouud at Maklki Ap
ply at GULUJK'S AGKNtJY,
U7C ti :1S Merchant btrect.
"tA A SIH'i'E of Three Nicely
Aift J FllMiisbed Hqoiiis. two
sv&&3& bcdronniH and parlor, on
Punchbowl slivet near Pal'icu Walk;
suitable for two single gentlemen.
cmtf II. F. HEltUAHD.
STOItKS TO LET.
'pWOStoicBon King street
1 ''ceently occupied by
Mr. CIiiih. Ilustace. to let at
reasonable rental. Premises have been
thoroughly leuovated. Possession at
once. Apply to
C72 tin lnteiiorOtllcc.
4 COW and 2 Heifer,
f 1 and 2 yeiiiH old;
will he s(dd singly or alto-
gethcr. Apply in
TIIOM. Ullltlhl l,l'.V,
Foil sjici'l, below School stieet.
OWN liKQIIOUNS I
pitOWX Leghorn Cocke.
1 iclsforsii u, uuiirautei'd
wiiIIiiii UMrlch Farm," Ka
iilnliinl Pinki Mnliuil '1'nlii.
plmiiii it jr., (inn if
EI,E(3TION of OKKIUICItH.
t T the Miiiiinil iiiocilnu o the hohI;-
hoidiun of Hm PmIi fuiition
held lltU duy. Hi" following jmiin;i
fiptir4 ui'iu tiliu'b'd iu km vii for l lui
II. p. iiiiiihUn-... ...... 'lithium,
II . If. .inilM' l.iil 1 III" IIUUllHIH
I .V IW bill ...,,..... iiuikilliili
IV. lliiljiiin. . i ..... ., jiuiiuiaiy.
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 5,
AT 1 O'CLOCK A. .11..
At the residence of Mils. DUDOIT,
Niiuanu Avenue, 1 will sell at Public
Tho Entire Househ'ld Furniture,
1 Westermeyer Upright Piano,
A Hue Instrument;
Center Sofa Rugs,
Chandeliers, Hanging Limps,
11. W. .Murbletop Center Tables,
Largo. Dressing Mirror fc Mantel,
Ash Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Mat ti asses, Mosquito Nets,
Table & Heil Linen,
11. V. Dining-room Chairs,
B, W, Extension Dining Table,
Crockery V fllaswaio,
.Silver Phitedwuie, Outlerv,
1 Ueinlngtoii Hewing Machine,
Improved Undo Sam Range & Utensils,
Hefrlgeriitor, Meat Safe,
Etc., Ktc, Etc ,
J AS. P. MOKGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Ity Older of the OA1IU RAILWAY &
LAND CO. I will sell at ('ublie
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29Lh,
AT 2 O'CLOCK V. .11..
A limited number of thoe desirable
Bnlldlne Lots al Fsarl City
The Coni))aiiy have expended .?L'(),000
to procuic an' ample supply of puie
iiiniintain water, resulting lii'lhe eoin
plction of two l.irgo Heservolis with
Mornge of neiuly 2,000,000 gallnus.
From a dlstilbiiling He.-crvolr with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above ea level, water
has been laid along Lcliua Avenue to
thel'eail Clly Depot In a G-ineb Cast
Iron ripe, tram wnieii water will be
supplied by the Company at Govci n
The Company will bind itself iu tin
Deeds to cany purchasers and their
faiiiUies and beivauti by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, Ist Class,
During a term of 9 years from the date
These special Hales of Faro will be
transfei able with the properly during
the term named in the Uiiglual I'eed.
Trains will always be run foricasonablc
accommodation of icsideiits at Peail
c'ity. Train- will teach Honolulu at
0 : 15 and 8 or 8 . 15 and 1 1 :u0 a m , leave
Honolulu for Pearl ity and way Sta
tions at 8 :15 a. m and 1 :!" and 1 to
1:110 and "i-A'i to S ;:it) p. in. subject how
ever to such ch-snges as may bo from
time to time found ucce-ai' for the
convenience of the public or business
iutei ests of the onipany. Evening
Trains will also he run whenever there
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those deshlng lots wheio the most
charming view can be had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Lchtia, Mailc or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most
charming loe.it Ion for leshlences, nsiill
agiee who have t ken the tumble to
walk up Lcliua Avenue above die Kwa
Court lloiiBii. A 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- i hird in 5 years,
Wi'.h Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus pinking it possible for (he-most
limited in'im-aiis, to plociiro a line
healthy residence, Distance is anni
hilated by i all way communication, so
Hint people living nt Peail City will
loach Honolulu in less time than it
lakes to come fioin Waiklkl by the
oiilhiuiY means of travel, while the ex
pense for a peison will not be nunc
than live cents per day giealer than the
present cost of travel to Walkiki by
Trail i way.
Now Is your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower than they can over lie
bought In the future,
Don't Let YourOpportunitySlip
If you do you will live to (pinto the
"hind sight" sayings wu mi often hear
fi opi people who bud a chance to buy
ilie voo of Kuliiokiiliuii Plains for it
song, Inn ny illdii'l! A wind to thu
Uh.lt s Nlllullt,
ff Maps of Hiu LoU ciiii he seen nt
thu oIIIcck of ihu 1'aclihi IliiriUviiiii Co,,
Hawaiian -News Co,, ami T, (LTIiriuu's,
mid nt my rtiiliinoiii, Honolulu, wham
nil blither hifiiiiiuilioii can be obtained,
,JAH, 1 JMOICCJAN,
Doiioliilii Allikdc Association,
IN UMiifiiniiily Willi Ail II nli'('iii'
I klllllllulli jl Illl'Wlllg III 1 1 III lllUiVH
AlHUU'lulliili tt III Im' IihIi) ill llin Ml IIIUI J'
&- For full particulars apply to
LINOLKUM, CAIiPKT & KUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISKS,
HATS & CAPS,
ROOTS & SHOKS,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDKR OIL,
ROPKS, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerom'ito Oil'1 AI,OIIA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
.T.A)PV.TS KISSES A C H jJn
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorl's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Ohlendoif's Special Cane Jlaiiuic.
LON DON PURPLE:-Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton t i anker Woinis, Ktc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-l)csiioys all Noxious Weeds a .Senilis.
BAGS:-Sugar,KIce, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Knihraelng the latest linpioveuient.s lu mateilal anil texture.
Uiilvnni'cU Water J'ipe,
Shortly expected a
Hue line of
11 (J ST A CIS,
All orders forcartnge pi omptly attended
to. I'aiticiilar attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of gooilju transit to the other Islands.
Also. Bhok & White Sana
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
jays Oi'i'ici:: Next door to Jns. V.
Morgan's, auction room.
Mjtiidl 19 -ttTEl EPHONESgSr "ell 414
The Thoroughbred Perdieron
lmpnru.-d by Hon. S Pinker, will stand
lor a shoit lime at
T. Irishman's Stable,
THltSIH :. -t
Huuauu Slreot, I
Iu the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, where you can pio-
ciuo the eholcest
Bof, Mutton. Vunl. J'ork,
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
No. 1 Fork Rauvego, Smoked Tnugutss
BotfUannsge, Umoked Mutton llama,
Bologna Bauiiage, Bplcedliief,
Qiriuan S.iutcge, Ooroed Pcrlf & Beef,
t Your patronage Is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed in
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tele. 3G9 -iiirMulual Tele. 362
082 lm .
Jlotol HI., i Honolulu.
lloaiil and bodging, per week, (no
conlliig to location of kioiiik,,,
...9Kl HO In y 00
Triiiixleut, icriiiy '1 oo
Table lloaiil, per wiuil. ,.,..,..,, . 1 Oil
rSnglo,.Mimls, ....,.....,,,,,...,, Ml
loy VUllnr will Ibid IIiIh n if Dm
Mliiht niiiiiriiiliihliiniiil I'niivciiiuiil liniincii
lii ili I'lly, tliu rinuiiM b lug imgu, )luht
mill nliy, Hut mill mihl wnlcr IiiiIIin"
l, IJIIl)'ll)'l l Ilii'jUlIM) ll
ISSUED BY THE
OF IVJ3IW YOKK
KKJ1IAKI) A. MrUIIKUY. I'i-chIiIcim.
v Ajsiimt ur .tit.
uovrugiittHi iron, Fcnco Wiro, P
Telephones, No. 11!)
I I OK VA S-i !
Having leased the stoics in the biiok building known us the
'Lincoln Block," nc.uly opio,iu, the old (.laud, and having disposed
i.f that poi turn of my slock ilaiuuged by tho lute tire, and being
in leceipl of Now Goods per last Hteamer, and nioie on the wav, I
am piepaied to (ill all orders as before. Thanking the public" for
the liberal patronage bestowl-d m me for the past seven years, I
hope by piompt attention in all mders to merit u continuance of the
same. Allhc new KtiiiM t-h.,11 no pleased to see all my old cus
toineis, and us ninny new ones at may iind it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
" CHAS. MUST ACE.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Chas. J Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
turnr mm powder
Wilhoiit a Kival in Price & Quality 1
One-third tho Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
g0" A Saving of .Ti Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very BpHt. tft
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Having removed our SODA WOKKS to' moro oonunodioiis quarters at
(Near the Custom House)
We are now prepared to furnish nt short notice, and of priniu quality, any
of tlie following High Class Aerated Ueverages :
Plain, Sweet, Lui, strawbnrrr or Gnu
Sarsapnrillft, Sarsaprtrilla & Iiou Water, and Crah
Apple U dor.
Using oxcliisholy tlu IIVA'IT PlJjtH WATKIt HYHTKM.
HOLLBSTEiR & CO
fVWVi KiiiiiIiiiiI Miilmnlly lluiuoliuii
piillnilU, budlim uf iiiiiiluiiilii nieiilix
uliu nl.h Inxci'iiiii a luiniii mi iciHin.
illilu li'HIM. lii'fuic niul ilniliiirlliulliiiii
of llicli riilillui'iiii'iil, nlicio ilm Inn) n
linn iilbuii ilium, iiiirriliur ami uiiulhui
thill will lw nwyiilwli.ttfii ib'uw uiiiily
mwmi iu iuiiiiuuuuoi Hivu
. 3L. HOSE,
Ac;cnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
Rl HBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LVERWARE, STATIONKRV,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
RED BRICK, E'l-C.
Cuiirvs & raiie Knivosc
lie Fillings, Etc., Ktc.
to tills trade.
McggwiMil aijawgpww ,
J&S&W P. O. Box 372.
Tace, King Mreet.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive AgentB for the Hawaiian Islands.
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iiinpcily In Dm iiiiileiufguml fur llin
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be iiiociilml in ihu iiiiiliu.luiicil wllhlli
jlili'ii llli'lllll" fiiiiii iliiut, iiiii) nil ii'f!ii
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