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Board ol Health Notice.
Tho nttcntion of Keepers of Lodg
ing nnd Tenement Houses is called
to the following law :
Sec. 1. Licenses to keep lodging
or tenement houses in the District of
Konix, Island of Gahu, may be issued
by tho Minister of the Interior, to
nny person applying for the biuuo in
writing, and producing a certificate
from an Officer, or AGENT OF THE
BOARD OF HEALTH that tho pre
mises intended to be used under the
license are in good sanitary condi
tion. Sec. 2. The sum, of two dollars
shall bo paid to tho Minister of the
Interior for such license, which shall
bo for one year. Shall describe with
sufficient accuracy the premises to
be used thereunder, and shall bo held
subject to the following conditions
which shall bo set out in the license:
That the licensee shall not keep a
noisy or disordeily li6ube; that no
prostitutes shall be suffered to enter
therein ; that the premises will be
kept in good sanitary condition, sub
ject to tho approval of the Board of
Health and in accordance with nil
the terms of Chapter III. of the
Laws of 1880, entitled "An Act to
provide for the sanitary condition of
Dwelling Houses" that any Officer of
the Police or Board of Health, shall
have free access to the same and that
upon any breach of the conditions
the license shall be revoked.
Sec. 3. Every person who shall
keep a lodging or tenement house or
shall admit lodgers to his or her
dwelling within the said District
without first securing from the Min
ister of the Interior, such a license,
shall on conviction pay a fine not
exceeding fifty dollars or be imprison
ed at hard labor not exceeding thirty
days or both.
Sec. 4. This Act shall take effect
and become law from and after the
date of its approval.
Approved this 1st day of October,
A. D. 1890. 699 3t
By virtue of the authority in me
vested by the Constitution and the
'Statutes of this Kingdom and deem
ing it essential to the promotion of
justice, I do hereby order that the
Regular Term of the Third Judicial
Circuit to be held at Waiohinu, Kau,
Hawaii, on the first Thursday .of
September, 1890, and by mo post
poned until Monday, tho 15th Sep
tember, be and the same is hereby
further postponed until MONDAY,
the 17th day of November, 1890, at 9
o'clock A. M.
s Witness my hand and
C ) the seal of tho Supreme
L. S. Court at Honolulu, this
C ) 1st day of September,
A. F. JUDD,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Henry Smith, Clerk.
Department of Interior, )
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1890. j
SUNDAY, the 16th of November,
being the anniversary of the birth of
His Majesty the King, Saturday, the
lfith, will be observed as a National
Holiday, and all Governmeut Offices
throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
C. N. SFENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
FRIDAY, November 28, being the
anniversary of the recognition of Ha
waiian Independence by the Govorn
int'iilH of Great Britain and France,
will he obberved as a National Holi
day, and ull Government Offices
throughout tho Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, 11. 1., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Wator Privileges or
those paying Wator Rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes arc from
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to 6 o'clock
Oijah. B. WILSON,
,8upt, Jlono, Wutar Works,
O, N, Sl'KNOKK,
' Minister of the Interior,
'fax I'uymri in ilil, OMiiui DM
luuttljy uulillwl llml Dm Tumi ui
iilllfi il tiw Qm ul ill" Ta Amm
Miw lii 111 Kii'Mto DuJliJ'
im WlWM yiiuj' will lnujiiuujuJ jmy
ing, on tho 1st day of November, A.
Tho Office is open from 0 a. m. to
4 p. m. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before the 15th day
of December noxt will bo 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.
'V 11 XJ
SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1890.
Coal has been discovered in Mex
ico of such a good quality that it is
said to develop as much heat as the
famous Mexican pepper.
Who would have thought it! Our
Supreme Court have become rnofi
cient in chess. They have lately
added a new play to the royal game
and established the rule that a move
may be made out of check, by tak
ing a "bishop" with a "mandamus."
It isn't according to Hoylc, but it is
just as effective as a checkmate.
The new piece is a goose-quill couch
ant upon a paper weight, which is
placed in the middle of the chess
board between the contending forces.
Even a King cannot remove the new
piece, although its capturing power
stops as well at the King or Queen.
With this exception it can grab any
thing else coming within reach, from
a castle to a pawn.
The Labor question will probably
come up for consideration in the
House by next Tuesday or Wednes
day, or as soon as the Election Bill
is disposed of ; the former being, if
possible, of more national import
ance than the latter. The Labor
question is of such keen and imme
diate interest to the toiling public
that it will be likely to attract a
large amount of interest and a greater
or less number of spectators during
discussion in the House. For this
reason, if no other, we hope this
important question will be calmly
and thoroughly discussed in the
Legislature for the best interests of
the Kingdom at large, but without
party feeling or personal bickering.
The discussion of the Election Bill
will be resumed next Monday. It
is to be hoped that the present
Legislature will give the country a
secret ballot, so greatly needed heic
under our peculiar social and poli
tical conditions. It will be remem
bered by many that the "secret
ballot" clause of the original bill
was defeated in caucus the night be
fore the bill came up for third read
ing in the Legislature of 1888. The
reason for defeating the "secret
bollot" provision at that time was to
fulfill a political necessity, which
practically demanded the control of
labor votes in certain quarters where
financial and other interests proved
more potent than the alleged princi
ples of the Reform party.
WHERE IS THE BENEFIT?
The cool presumption of the Ad
vertiser with regard to the labor
question is to say the least extremely
irritating to those who elected the
majority of the present Legislature,
which was put there byjin enormous
majority of the voters.
The Advertiser cannot deny that
this anti-ABiatic question was the
beam which upheld the platforms of
both parties, that of the Reform as
well as of the National Reform
Party. It was used by both parties
to bait voters and anyone who read
the campaign issues of their leading
papers must confess that they made
out of this question what they
could. And now? Bah! the fish is
cooked, no need for tho bait, thiow
The Advertiser's leader of the
28th suggests it to he high time
that this whole community should
arouso itself and look the question
in the fucu. I venture to propose
to you, Mr. Editor of tho I. O, A.,
that this appeal Is unnecessary;
aroused we, the majority, arc, in
fuct, wo aro not oven drowsy ; wo
aro merely wuitlng to see how far
tliu attempt to cleooivu us will ho
Tlio fact you wish to Iguoro is
that wii, tlio Majority of voters
and tlioipforo Win country, tlio ma.
Jorlty ynu yourself prtuni muvt
riiloilumaiiil, n tlio platform
mmw it. "Jmmuiliiita him) ttilii'
((Dill mwunrin "Kiiiiitfi Uinim
lion!i'i wliluli inny hmim Din
mmTyt UiIvJuk flDlp mhui
m ms vm sBjijilwui ujjiJ Hij
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DATLX' BULLETIN: HONOLULU1, H. I.;
This is the essence of that plat
form which was endorsed by tho
people, and for this and this only
the people went to the polls and de
feated there by personal work all
the wealth and machinery tho plant
ers could bring out to gain the
But now that we have the victory,
can we hold it? We intend to hold
it if we can.
We demand "Constitutional"
guarantees that the Chinamen can
be controlled while here and can bo
deported when their labor contracts
are ended. Further we demand
good guarantee that no Chinaman
can enter into competition with
skilled and other labor hereafter,
and can be compelled to confine
himself to agricultural pursuits only.
If this cannot be done we say No
A few rich men cannot make a
Chinese colony out of the Paradise
of the Pacific. You few wealthy
men claim to bo the country. You
pretend that your sugar industry,
which tends to make each island one
large estate, is the life and benefit
of this kingdom, when at another
minute you protest that this very
same industry cannot exist without
the bonus of millions of dollars that
Uncle Sam "generously gave you
For goodness sake, if the indus
try has to go begging abroad for
support and cannot exist here with
out human misery and degradation,
then for the sake of common sense
and Christian humanity give it up.
Sell the land, parcel it out as home
steads and make the five million or
more people whom it could support
happy. What benefit is an industry
to any country which has to be sup
ported by slavery and cannot live
without the support and alms of a
1 deny the assertion of the Adver
tiser's leader that the extension of
plantations (the wharves and the
dcepmg of the harbor has nothing
to do with cheap labor) has cicated
work for skilled labor. The plant
ers have trained Asiatics for all
work in which they had to employ
formerly white men (with few ex
ceptions where they found it impos
sible), as with sugar-boilers, lunas,
carpenters, brick-layers, engineers,
wheelwrights, teamsters, black
smiths, watchmen, etc. liven phy
sicians in a few instances are Asia
tics. Consequently salaries and
wages for all kinds of work went
down, from the salary of the book
keeper and luna to the pay of the
stableman, and this during the lime
when the planters grew enormously
rich. Is all this for the benefit of
the country, gentlemen? Yes, if it is
conceded that a few rich planters arc
the country I must agree as the pro
fits so to them only. But then how
about Art. 7 of the platform of the
National Reform Paity which de
clares that the wealth of a nation is
built ,on the partition "of the soil
into numerous small farms rather
than larger estates?"
These gentlemen of wealth as
sert that the consumption the trade
created by these large enterprises
is the benefit. Perhaps so if it
were not that the greed of most
planters does object to even that this
crumb should fall to anyone. There
was on a certain plantation an inde
pendent blacksmith shop. This man
had a family, but as he could not
compete with the plantation shop,
he had to go away (all hands had to
go to the plantation shop, or !)
The man is in California now, and
does well. There are small mer
chants who try to make a decent
living for themselves and their folks.
But how difficult is it now? as most
planters not satisfied with their enor
mous hundred-thousand-dollar div
idends begrudge them their few
dollars, difficulty earned, and run
plantation stores in competition.
Suppose the store-keeper still keeps
open? In one or two instances the
plantation bought the land under
the man's house and made him move
away from his trade, but in most cases
tho laborers are "forced" to buy
at the plantation store and at plan
tation 'store prices or ! or what?
There aro a thpusand ways to kill' a
dog and to force a serf. Are these
not facts? If they aro, where is the
"benefit of the country'""'
Is it a benefit to any country to
have it divided up into estates ten
miles square devoted to an industry
that sucks it out like a leech and
has to bo fed into the bargain by a
foreign power? On this estate there
arc perhaps fourteen civilized white
people and fifteen hundred slaves,
who are changed every three or live
years and let loose into the jowns
with the result which we know .and
against which we protest to tho
groat astomfshment of these gentle
men who kindheartedy want to give
us more of it although they aiow
that the importation of more sorfg
would ho detrimental to their Christ
ian whlto hreUireii whom they aic
supposed to lovo,
Now as to tho last point, Wo ex.
port about fifteen millions; we Im
port only about seven millions
Where goes tho differences of eight
millions? Homo of it doubtless goes
for freight and liisiimuco (the latter
Is mostly paid hero), hut not eight
millions, Whuru does It go? Tlnmii
gentlemen Invent it abroad (fur Urn
Mmnt'llt of Urn country," I pruHmiiu)
Jul Iniiigiiiii tliu amount of wealth
llml Iihi fall tlio country durinu tliu
imt piiMiiui) pur, and In tliu imm or
till llil IllWWmv llllll IIHUI illllli
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Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 5,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. .11..
At the residence of Mus. DUUOIT,
Nuuanu Avenue, 1 will sell at Public
The Entire Househ'ld Furniture,
1 Westermeyer Upright Piano,
A line Instrument;
Center Jb Sofa Hugo,
Chandeliers, Hanging Lam pi,
15. W. Alarblotop Center Tables,
Viomm Chairs, Easy Chairs,
Largo Dressing Mirror & Mantel,
Asli Marbletop Bedroom Set,
.Madrases, Mosquito Nets,
Table it Bed Linen,
15. V. Dining-room Chubs,
B, W. Extension Dining Table,
Crockery .V Glassware,
Silver I'latetlwnie, Outlerv,
1 Remington Hewing Machine,
Improved Undo Sam Range & Utensils,
Refrigerator, Meat Safe,
Etc., Etc., Etc .
J AS. F
AUCTION SALE OF
15y oiiler of the OA11TJ RAILWAY A;
LAND CO. I will pell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CliOCU l J..
A limited muiiuer of those lcsh able
BiiMii Lois at Pearl Gil?
The Company have expended L'0,000
to procure an ample .supply of pine
mountain water, 1 cult tug in' the com
pletion of two lurjre Kcseivohs with
storage of neatly 2,0110.000 gallons.
From a distributing Reservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above ea lrvel, water
bus been laid along Lelma Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot In a 0-ineh Cast
lion Pipe, from which water will be
Htippllcd by tliu Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself In the
Deeds to carry purchubcis and their
families and servants by lail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a teim of 0 years from the date
Tliee special Kates of Fare will bo
transfeiable with the property during
the term named in the Original Deed.
Trains will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of resident-, at Pearl
City. Trains will reach Honolulu at
0: 15 and 8 or 8.45 and 11:50 a in, leave
Honolulu for Pearl ity and way Sta
tions at 8 :lfi a. m and 1 :-!5 anil 4 to
4:110 and r:15 to 5:30 p. in. subjeethow
ever to such changes as may be fioin
time to time found nccc-saiy for the
convenience of the public or business
interests of tlio i ompauy. Evening
Trains will also be run whenever theie
Is a lcasonable demand,
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where the most
charming view can bo had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots f looting on Lehua, Malta or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a must
charming location for lesidcnces, as nil
agree who have t ken the trouble to
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Ewa
Court House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, tliu following easy terms
aie offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-i.hird in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible (or the most
limited in means, to procure a tine
healthy lesldenue, Distance is anni
hilated by lallway communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
leach Honolulu In lci-s time than it
takes to come from Walkiki by the
oidlnarv mc.ins of travel, whilo the ex
pense for a person will not be mme
than live cents per day gi eater than the
present cost of navel to Walkiki by
Now is your timo to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Pi Ices lower than they can over ho
bought in tliu future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If yoi do ynu will live to nuoto the
"IliiitJ fight" sayings wii mi ofleii hear
fioin people who hail a chance to buy
the wlioli) of Kiilnokiiliua Plains fur a
oiUf, hilt they iliiln'll A woi to tit
C$r.Mupb of Ilui Lots oaii Im seen nl
tint olllirs of tint hiulllii Illll'ilWUlU Co,,
Hawaiian New Co,, and T,t,Tluiim',
uinl n my Hiiliisrooiii, Honolulu, wluuo
nil (iiillier ludu million euii lie obtained,.
,TAH, F, MORGAN,
OB llllll Alicllmiimr,
Honolulu Atliltlic Association,
i ' ii ii i ' i
I Nwmfni Hilly uiili A i
I il Million, ii ini'uilii
n of Urn fiiii'
nl Hid uliiivn
VMmiuiluii will hv liiilff ui ilm uihiui
For full particulars apply to
TIIEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
J HON HEDHTEADS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
ROOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KcrHcii Oil' AT.OHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlcmlorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Olilendorf's .Special fane Manure.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual deitroyer of l'otato, Cotton & i 'anker Worms Kte
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys all Noxious WoedA-Sciiibs.
BAGS : Supir, nice, Paddy. Ooal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embraehijr the latest liiipiovenients in mateilal and texture.
Galvanized AYnter Pipes Corrugatil Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings Etc JKfc
--! ,, INDIAN GOODS E""'"-""" , Z
Roll erts onHitcliG o ct,
All oiders foreart:ip:e pi oiuptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to tliu
Storing & Shipping-
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also. Black & White Sana
In quantities to suit at lowest priees.
8S Okkioi:: Next door to .(as. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual t9-"uTELEPH0NES6r Roll 414
The Thoroughbred Percheron
Imported by lion. S Parker, will stand
lor a .short time at
T. Lishman's Stable,
to- TKKMK k:. e
In tho now building, adjoining Love's
llakory, where you can pio-
eure the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Venl, Pork,
No. 1 Fork Sausage, Biuoked Tc ugues,
Beef Bansago, Bmoked Mutton Haini,
Bologna Sausage, Bpiced Beef,
German Bausage, Corned Fork & Beef.
tW Your patronage- is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed In
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tclo. 3G9-ltr Mutual Tele. 302
UI1 hi., i Honolulu.
.1. Ii. FISH Kit, Piop.
Ilnni d ami Lodging, per week, (ae-
conlliig to location of iooiiih,..
, 910 00 to $1:2 (HI
Traiiliuit, per day ,.,,...... '2 00
Table llimnl, per week ,.,, 7 00
Hlngln Meals, . .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, fill
lay VUllnr will llml IhU niiunf Ilui
IIHUI i'lllllllll llllllO llllll I'llllVI'llll'lll liuiimiH
In I Im oily, die room lu-lng mun, llglil
mill nil)'. Ilm uinl nilil uiilur IiuiIih,
'PllliiimliiulHiii'il l iiii'iiiiH'jl lo tin
ii iuuujiu uiuyLuffiji
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ItlCIIAltl) A. fllcCUltlW. PrcHiilcnt.
Telephones, No. 110.-
llnviiiK loaded Ihe Mo.es in tho brirk building known ns the-
Lincoln Uloek, ne.uly opposite the. old stand, and having disposed-
f that pm turn of my mock damaged by the lute tire, and being
in leoeipt of New Goods per l.ihi itcnmer, and more on tho wav !
..... jiciiuieu 10 mi an oniera as
ii... in i .. i
..u ...... .,iwuiiiiBb oraimvra an nip mr tlio past seven years 1
hope by pioinpt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall :.e pleased to see all my old eus
u.im-ih, iiiiii as many new ones as
i:an. juiiiiiu ouieis boiieilecl and
You can find the
Ladies', Misses' &
Chas. J. Fishel. Cor.
Without a Rival in Price & Quality !
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It V
&T A Saving of U3 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Very Bck jgff:
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more connwidloii ttirrre afe.
IVo. 29 TORT STR.HJJE'a? '
(Noar the Custom House)
Wo aro now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of priinotquality, an
of tho following High Class Aerated Uoverages:
Plain, Snot Lemon, Strawberry or Cream Sei'a,
Saraaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wator, aud Crab
UHing exclusively tho HYATT l'UltK WATER SYSTEM
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whii vli In kurtllM il lioilH' nil li'HHiii.
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General Acnt for tho Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS, v
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
l HIIER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LVER WARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Clmir Cutters & Cane Knives.
-V. O. Box 372.
ustace, King Street.
belore. Thanking the public fc
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may find it to their advantage
Latest Styles of
illiriery s House
Fort & Hotel Sts.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
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