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Joseph A. Akina, Esq., lirts this
day been appointed Notary Public
for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of tlic
C. N. SPENCKK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 1, 1890.
Board of Health Notice.
The attention of Keepers of Lodg
ing and Tenement Houses is called
to the following law :
Sec. 1. Licenses h keep lodging
or tenement bouses in the District of
Kona, Island of Oahu, may bo issued
by the Minister of the Interior, to
any person applying for tin same in
writing, and producing a certificate
fiom an Officer, or AGENT OF THE
BOARD OF HEALTH that the pre
mises intended to bo used under the
license arc in good sanitary condi
tion. Sec. 2. The sum of two dollars
shall be paid to the Minister of the
Interior for such license, which shall
ho for one year. Shall describe with
sufficient accuracy the promises to
be used thereunder, and shall be held
subject to the following conditions
which shall bo set out in the license :
That the licensee shall not keep a
noisy or disorderly house; that no
prostitutes shall bo suffered to enter
therein ; that the premises will be
kept in good sanitary condition, sub
ject to the approval of the Board of
Health and in accordance with all
the terms of Chapter III. of the
LawB 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.
Si:c. 1. 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. 099 3t
Department ok Intkmok, )
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1890.J
SUNDAY, the 10th of November,
.being the anniversary of the birth of
His Majesty the King, Saturday, the
15th, will j)e observed as a National
Holiday, and all Governmeut Offices
throughout the Kingdom will bo
closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
FRIDAY, November 28, being the
anniversary of the recognition of Ha
waiian Independence by the Govern
ments of Great Britain and France,
will bo 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 Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rutes, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock A. M., and 4 to 0 o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Houo. Water Works,
Minister of the Interior.
XSOO-rl?j X Id !
Tax Vayeis in this Disiict mu
hereby notified Unit, (lie Tuxch for
the anient year will luidiiojuid pay
able at.thn Office of the Tax Assessor
ami Collector in the Kapuaiwu Build
ing, on the 1st tiny of November, A,
Tim Officii is open from 9 a, in, to
'I p, in, daily (Sunday excepted) and
on Hulinilnys until 12 o'clock noon,
All amounts uver if 10 niiiht lm )miil
hi II, H, (Jolil Coin ni' Hiiwiiiliiii Our-
lilhmli'rt of l)iijiii.
TUW IIOl I'lldl Intfnrii ilio Ifitli ity
liJ JjUUDilluW ilt'Xl Will lm Hnlilii III
will will) 11) iur udiii, Dual aililml,
T. A, UWW,
liujmi Jmmu' mnJ Uuiltmiur ul
Minister of Fiuanco.
'V 11 JK
aitu 9ft it IT ft it
Pledged to neither Sect nor Partyt
Hut established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, NOV. 3, 1890.
The Commissioners declined to
send the lady bugs to Kona, on the
report received of cottony blight
there. Their reason was that some
of the blight would have to be sent
with them as food ou the pns3oge,
which in case of the real pest not
being present in the district would
risk its introduction. The decision
lias proved to he a wise one, for, by
last mail, it is learned that it is only
the old blight, not the cottony one,
that has appeared in Kona.
When the Labor Bill came up in
the House this morning a question
was raised as to the constitutionality
of the Act. It. was then asked, by
one of the members, whether an
opinion of the Supreme Court would
he likely to aid or reach the case
through an ex parte opinion as to
the legality of deporting an expired
contract laborer? The questioner
further stated that hitherto impor
tant ex parte decisions of the Su
preme Court, have been reversed by
themselves, when all the facts lie
came known. It was flnallj' deter
mined that instead of submitting, the
two bills before the House that the
main points at issue should be laid
before the Supreme Court for an
The great importance and grave
nature of the question of labor, now
at issue, is attracting much public
attention and it therefore behooves
both Court and Legislature to calmly
and justly consider the question
from all sides befpre reaching con
clusions, which may carry with them
either great good or lasting evil for
ANSWER TO. THE FRIEND.
Editok Bulletin :
The editor of the Friend has in
his October issue, an editorial, where,
in welcoming the newly arrived pro
testant Portuguese ministers, he
brings several insulting charges
against Catholics, which I cannot let
It reminds me of the kiss of Judas
when the editor says that this work,
(the perverting of Portuguese) "lias
not been undertaken with views hos
tile to the Roman Catholic Church."
Mr. Friend, in your protestant
enlightenment you discover, I don't
know how man' "old superstitions"
from which you certainly would like
to emancipate catholics. The prin
cipal one is nothing less than "crass
idolatry found not once exception
ally but so common in purely catho
Is' this the reason, why so many
learned and prominent Protestants
in England and in the United States
(as yon admit) adopt the Roman
Catholic religion? Your enlighten
menthas made a marvelous discovery.
Why did you not substantiate your
charges with some document having
the authority of the Catholic church?
Perhaps the newly arrived Portu
guese Ministers, so well versed in
Catholic matters, from their own
past, could easily have furnished
you some. Amongst the millions pf
catholic books find only one which
teaches idolatry, crass or not, and
we plead guilty.
In connection with this comes the
charge of "misguided devotion to
Mary" by you styled Mariolatry.
This yery expression of yours,
proves that notwithstanding your
protestant enlightenment, you are
in total darkness regarding this
No catholic not even the most
ignorant one, makes a Deity of the
Blessed Virgin. But vfp believe cer
tainly that all generations of the
children of the true church will call
her blessed. Luc. I.
In regard to the future of the
Roman Cutholic church, out of which
you would like "the Papacy to melt
away" (how kind you are io this
church, if you could only kiss her
head off I) you need not trouble
yourself. It needs no reform in its
constitutions, which it received from
Christ himself, and which enables jt
t j reform all its members. May it
please yon or not, "the gates of hell
shall not prevail against it."
Now In fleeing the Portuguese
from ''superBiitioim" which exist
only fu the prejudiced minds of cer
tain protcsluiits, uinj by preaching
to Ilium, jo the iiiiiiiu of Hie jiuro
gOHpel to rnyolt Multilist the lawful
iiuthoilly of tluur rliilioli yon pru
luii to iiiukii iIidiii "lintlur ini'ii,
inuio hiiIIuIiIuiimI," Tills u u new
million of Hip HinI (emptor's hull,
"you wlmll lm liltii UniK Imowluu
pml iiml iivll." Do you niwii It
In Impiovii liy Mlili'iiliiK Urn iliiiii
I(jiii lri'iity mxMIhk In our viniill
jymilMljfJll, III ITtUl to lullyloi) Mill)
dim ijjuw mm mimmmu itw
tion which makes uso pf,
to flnht against the Holy
Apostolic churoh, auditor meiuneiHf
(We remember also tlic position
taken by you to uphold one of your
estimated' brethren in vilifying the
late Father Damicn, and of which,
a rcdres's, to my knowledge, has not
been seen vet. ) As for us we find
our consolation in the Holy Scrip
tures where we see the Son of God
ill-treated by bigoted Jews, in a
similar manlier, and wheru ho pro
phesies that in' future his disciples
shall be treated likewise. Notwith
standing you boast to know all about
the "sweet and blessed love of tlic
Lord Jesus," of which we Catholics
"know so little." I think the above
mentioned charges prove very little
love of Jesus or of your neighbor,
hut on the contrary prove an abund
ance of hatred, jealousy and envy
against the Roman Catholic cnurch
and its members. And when our
Saviour says that "by this nil men
shall know' that yon ate my disciples
if you have love one to another, as I
have loved you," it appears you
follow the inspiration of a different
spirit, who says, by tins all men
shall know that you are my disci
ples, if you have hatred, jealousy,
and envy against your neighbor, as
I have against you.
THE NEW SAILORS' HOME.
There lias lately been a good deal
of interest shown in different dii co
ttons, and byMlillerent individuals in
raising money for a much needed
Sailors' Home in Honolulu. 1 have
been asked about the amount already
raised and still needed, and as to the
relation of the Home to thechuiehcs.
I am informed by one of the trustees
that they have on hand and promised,
about iflll.OOO. But for levelling the
ground, which they already own, and
for the building and other necessity
expenses, it is desired to iai.se $18,
000, This is aside fiom the furnish
ing of the Home.
As to its relation to any religious
denomination, it would without
doubt "be worked on a teculnr basis."
The object of thoe inleiestcd in
building this house is to provide a
comfoi table and wholesome place
where the ballots, coming to this
port, may find a clean bed and good
food for such time as they aie on
shore. It would doubtless contain a
reading-room, and other means o,f
entertainment. The management of
the Home would naturally tend to
good morals and decent behavior,
but it would not bo under the au
spices of any religious body, oi con
nected with any church.
The trustees, their terms expiring
at dillerenl dates, are: S. M. Damon,
13. F. Dillingham, W. W. Hall, A. S.
Cleghom, II. F. Ghule, W. G. Iiwin,
C. It. Bishop, W. Babcoek) ,J. T.
Watorhouso, Jr., P. C. Jones, J. B.
Atherton, A. Fuller, S. N. Castle, J.
II. Faty, C. M. Cooke, J. It. Walker,
S. B. Dole and F. A. Schaefcr.
It is greatly to be desired that
those who are able to give towards
the building fund for this Home
should contribute, so that tlic neces
sary amount may be raised and a
Sailois' Home be built soon. It is
four years since the old Home was
condemned and pulled down, and
since that time there has been no
place in Honolulu specially devoted
to sailors, and ofTering these generous
and often imposed upon men, the
comfort and entertainment of a well-
appointed Sailois' Home.
E. II. M.
A FRIEND OF MR. WUNDEHBERD'S
Editok 15um,utin :
The writer of the article in the
Bullktik of Friday, the 31sl ult. is
simply wasting time, and showing
his cowardly disposition in his vain
attempts to injure tlic Postmaster
General, whose reputation for honor,
integrity and executive ability is so
well known, that any such con
temptible articles, as the one in
question, only reileets on the writer
himself. The respectable public
take no satisfaction in' reading. such
matter, )Jie object of which is so
well known ajiij (Jenounced by every
honest man. ' A Mkoimnjc. '
The total number of deaths reported
for the month of Oct., 18!(), was :i!l,
distributed, as follows:
Under 1 year.... t
From 1 to 5..... 2
From fi to 10... 0
Fiom 10 to 20... I
From 20 to 110. . fi
Japanese ,,., I
From :iO to -10... !l
Fioin 40 tir0.,..-t
From 511 to(i0.,.. 2
From CO to 70... (i
Over 70 !l
Oiear lirlliilii... 1
Oilier niilloiiH... 0
t tn'i "'
Nuuiliei unattended.. .....,...,,... II
UAUSI'. OK DKATII.
Kxlimiriilon .... 1
Heart Dirt'iiH' . . !l
r.ock .liiw l
Old Age :i
IViitniillls . 1
'llllllOI, ,,,, .,,.. 1
Unknown,. ...... 1
Oct. 1K.S0.... ...1.1
Oel, 1H7 ... ...4H
Ot'l, IKSH ill
Del, S!I0.. .,.,:!!)
Allium) inii rule pur lixiu
lil(mn ., ,,f,, , . , . .,,, ,,,
lliaviillmin... ....,,,.., ,i,) mi
0llllll"l'in i him ii,ii iiiiii ,, I 1)1
All oilier iiiiiuiiiiih'r.., Ilbii".
0. II. innNnhnni
rtpill lloni'iinr lit
Till I,,. ml in. of Hm. II, .11, .llll
iiii IIIWtJIJH ll iitu uun'iiiii
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HONOUR, H, i.?
1 a-gUg. V-rL'jJ-M
Auction Sales by Janios F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 5,
AT IO O'OI.OCK A. .11 .
At the residence of Mns. DUnoiT,
Nitiianu Avenue, 1 will sell at Public
The Entire Hoiiseli'ld Furniture,
i Westcrmeyer Upright Piano,
A flue instrument;
Center .V Sofa Rugs
Chandeliers, Hauling liinns,
K. V. Minbletop Center Tables,
Vienna Chairs, Easy Chairs,
Largo Dressing Mirror it Mantel,
Ash Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Mattras!CS, Mosquito Nets,
Table & lied Linen,
It. V. Dining-room Chairs,
B. W, Extension Dining Table,
Crockery X. Glawiirc,
Silver I'liitcilwiut!, Cutlerv,
1 Heniliiglon Hewing Machine,
Improved Uncle Sam Range & Utensils,
Befrigerator, Meat Safe.
Ktc, lite, Kte ,
J AS. F. MO JIG AN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Property at Pearl City
Itv order of the OAI1U RAILWAY &-
LAND CO. I will Pel) at" Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29tli,
AT ti O'OI.OCK I. 31..
A limited number of those desirable
Bfliiiil Lots at Pearl City
The Company have expended 320,000
to procure an ample supply of pim(
mountain water, resulting in the com
pletion of two huge Itcsurvolrs with
storage of nearly 2,000,000 gallons.
From a disti Uniting Kebcrvolr with a
rapacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above ea level, watei;
lias been laid along Lelfna Avenue to
the Pcail City Depot in a fi-ineh Cast
Iron Pipe, from which water will bo
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will bind Itself in the
Deeds to curry purchasers and their
families and servants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of 0 years froui the date
These special Kates of Fate will be
transferable with the property during
the term name'd in the Oiiginal Deed,
Traius will always bo. run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
Oity. Trains! will leaeli Honolulu at
0:45 and 8 or 8.45 and 11 :u0 a. in , leave
Honolulu for Pearl ity and way Sta
tions at 8:1 fi a. m and 1 :4fl anil 4 to
4 :!I0 and 5:15 to fi:30 p. in. subject how
ever to such changes as may ho froni
time to time found uceessaiv for the
convenience of the public or 1iusiucs
Interests. Of the Company. Evening
Trains will also lie run whenever tlieie
is a rciiMiuable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where the most
charming view can. he had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Lelma, Mnilc or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most
charming location for lesidences, as all
agree who have tiken the trouble to
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Ew:t
Court House. As a health, resort, a
butler situation cannot bo fniiml. To
iiRsIstVuttlcrs, the following easy terms
jiro offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
Oncr'i'hird iu 5 years,
Willi Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for the most
limited In means, to procure a tine
healthy residence. Distance Is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people' living at Pearl City will
reach Honolulu Iu less time than it
lakes to come fiom Vall;IM by the
ordinary means of travel, while the ex
pciibu for j pei son will i)nt be more
than live oouts'per day greater than the
present cost of travel to Waikikl )jy
Now Js your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
Al Prices lower than they can ever bo
liought iu tlic future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If you do you will live to quote the
"hind Mght'' sayhlgs wo po often hear
fioiii nitople who mil a chance to liny
the whole of MilaliKnlliia l'uus fur II
t-ong, lull lliey illilu'l! A word Io u
WJ Maps of tlin Lois nan bu semi at
the olllecs of ihe I'aellln 1 1 tin I ware Co,,
Hawaiian Ncwh Co,, and T, (I.TIniiinM,
mid ul my HuIchimiiu, Honolulu, whein
nil luiilicr InfniiniiHoii can be uhtiiliuul,
l lUJIUUIJUttl MMIh
WJJ! 1) tlllidlllUJ iu Ms
JlWIJJW' II 1
OVMMBBR 3, 1890.
Cash Assets, :
t& For full particular') apply to
TIIEO. II. DAYIES k CO.,
LINOLEUM, CAIU'KT & HUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOES,
.STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KuruHHiio Oil " ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Olilemlnrf's Special Cane Maniiie. ' ' '
LONDON PURPLE:- Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & i anKer Voims, Ktc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Ocst roys all Noxious Weeds Senilis.
BAGS:-Sugar, nice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kmbracing the latest linpiovcnients in material ami texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
Sl.or.iy expected a()t! Hne tNDAN tfOODS ""' to t,8 trade
All orders forcartngc promptly attended
to. Particular atlention
paid to tlie
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also. Blank & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
tr Okkice: Next door to .las. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19 -aTELEPHONESj- Boll 414
The Thoroughbred Percheron
Imported hy lion. S Parker, will staud
for a sboit time at
T. Lisliman's Stable,
a- Tjaitniw .tsai. -w
lu tho new building, adioiiilng Love's
Bakery,-where you can pio-
cui'C the clioicest
Beef, Mutton. Veal. Pork,
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
No. 1 Fork Sausage, Biuoked Tuugues
Boef Sannage, Bmokod Muttou llatun,
Bologna Sausage, Bplced Beef,
Qtrmau Sautago, Ootneil Fork & Beef.
tgr" Your patronage is respectfully
solicited and sntlsfnctjon guaranteed hi
every particular. ' "
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tolo. 3C9-if-Mutual Telo. 302
UoLol Ml., i Honolulu,
J. II. FISIIKH, Piop.
lioaril and Lodging, per week, (ao
I'oiilliig Io location of rooms,,,
, Mtft$lll IHHO&12 IK
Tiaiit-enl, pprdny ,.,,,,.. 'i ill
fii..i.i.. nr..:j.t ,
juuik iiiiarii, ici wnunt, ,,,,
Hlugle MciiIh, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
ItSr'VlNitorKill llml U one of Hie
iiiot coiilfni'liihln .iiid coiiveiilenl lioiunii
III Urn ell)', lln iimiiw lu-lng lilige. Ilulil
mill airy, Hut mid nihl uulur ImiIIin,
1 I i HI tHi T
ISSUED 11Y THE
: : :
KMUIAItlt A. McCllKUY, IVcHl.lcnt.
DHY GOODS I
Telephones, No. 11!).-
?v& iib' v5trwrv
Hustaoe, King Street.
Having lca-cd the stoics in the biiek building known as the
"Lincoln ltloek," ne.uly opposite the old Miami, and having disposed
of that pmtion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and being
in leceiptof New Goods per liicl Hteamer, and more on the wav, I
am piepaied to till all ordeis as before. Thanking the public for
Hie liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, 1
hope by piompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of, the
mine. At the iiew statul shall l.e nlcased to sen nil mv nll na.
toiners, and as many new ones as
(Hilt I ul.i lwl I'll ilm.n rwtK...: ...1 I
iH,,,1,u wuuio nviu;iLuii null
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading s Rfliltirsery s House
Chas. J Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
CLIMAX'' BAKING POWDER
Without a Rival in Price & Quality I
One-third the Price of the Eoyal !
Evory Housekeeper Should Use It !
&T A Having of XI Per Omit in Cost and Quality the Very Beat.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Having icniovcd our SODA WORKS to more commodious qnarterp at
IVo. 2 IfORT 'NTKKKT,'
(Near the. Custom Ilonso)
Wo are now pinpared U) furnish at short notice, and of primo quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Huvorageo:
Plain, Spel, Ijcmon, SlrawftGrry or Cream ,80(18,
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Ural) "' '
Using oxiihiwivitly Iho IIVATT IHJltK YATRK HYSTHV.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
nHI SIUi; T. ; J J ? : IHtltoil.lll.L
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1 w iimiHnmviiiiinnilii!iimyiig
pulli'Ml!. ,iiiei of imimIuiiiIu iiii'iiiih
uIumIIi Iiimh'IIIii ii Iiiiiiiu iiii iciimih.
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rtflliilrl.iiiiiiiiiiiliwliiirti ll'i' lilirjiif
i" iiimii'i'i, iiyiiuf "'in nii'iiiiiii
I hi' l!fi Ni'iL.wfll lilnim uiiiily
imiD In Mr Mil ni) lib' luvliuifj
I) .Jiliiuu lu udmliiujUiU 09
as. JB. KOSE.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TKNNIS & CROQUKT SKI'S,
HUHBEK COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LVERWARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED ItRICK, ETC.
Cultd-H & Vtnr Knivca,
P. O. Box 372.
may find it to their advantage to
f .'il.f..1I.. 1
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
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iiMipeiiy hi Hiii iiuiliigiici for I In
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