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DAILY BUILBTITSf : HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMBER 4, 190.
Joseph A. Akina, Enq., has this
dny been appointed Notary Public
for the Fourth Judicial Ciicnit of the
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Iutctior.
inteiior Otlice, Nov. 1, 1890.
Uoiml o( Health Notice.
The attention of Keepers of Lodg
ing and Tenement Houses is called
to the following law :
Skc. 1. Licenses to keep lodging
or tenement hoiihcs in the District of
Komi, Island of Oahu, may be issued
by the Minister of the Intciior, to
any person applying for the same in
writing, and producing a ceitilicate
from an Ofllcer, or AGENT OP THE
HOARD OF HEALTH that the pre
mises intended to be used under the
license aie in good sanitary condi
tion. Seo. 2. The sum of two dollars
shall be paid to the Minister of the
Interior for such license, which shall
be for one year. Shall describe with
sullicient accuracy the premises to
be used thereunder, and shall be held
subject to the following conditions
which shall be set out in the license:
That the licensee shall not keep a
noisy or dihordeily house; that no
prostitutes shall be su tiered 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
Laws of 1880, entitled "An Act to
provide for the sanitary condition of
Dwelling Houses" that any Ollicer 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 i evoked.
Skc. 3. Every person who shall
keep a lodging or tenement house oi
shall admit lodgers to his or her
dwelling within the said Dietiict
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 impiison
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. (S99 3t
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are hereby
notified that the houis for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to G o'clock
Char. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Si'ENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Tax Payers in this District aie
hereby notified that the Taxes foi
the current year will bedueand pay
able at the Office of the Tax Assessoi
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
'Flu Office is open from 9 a. in. to
4 j). in. daily (Sundays excepted) anil
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cei
tilicatcB of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before tlte lfith day
of December next will be liable to
unit with 10 per cent, costs added.
T. vA. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxe District of Konit, Island of
Minister of Finance.
'V 11 Sd
TUKHDAY, NOV. 4, 1890.
Chicago Is organizing an Aurlul
Navigation Company, wliluli pro
pobon U "twillillulu distance," U
It not MlttUxl what the Company pro
pimim to do with Chicago, If the
ljUi)ti piovun u viiunutJU. Chicago
ut jirnbunt wvm " iIhIh wuiurt
Ihum" of t'omiwiirliHlMsiijuHi urnl
Mini) (Jjwi'' Hit tvlil' Mr hviiI Uip
A!i u! UtffJju) ut Qblmm uialilim
Dflilsli jiimt lit' umm al uJJ
If "inconsistency" were ft jewel
the Advertiser and its numerous
editors would he enabled to weortJio
most splendid and expensive diadems
ever flashed before the astonished
public gaze. But as it happens to 1
be "consistency" which is Truth's
dazzling solitaire, our morning con
temporary is reduced to the condi
tion of the proverbial "kettle" that
in the piesent instance is found call
ing the proverbial "pot," Mr. Cel-so
Cesar Moreno, black:
As to the facts : 1 Mr. Celso Ciusar
Moicno has for months past been
attempting to bring discredit upon
Hawaiian affairs through repeated
misrepresentations made in the
Washington Post, Washington Bee,
and other metropolitan journals of
the United Slates. Mr. Moreno's
misrepresentations have uniformly
been most adverse to the peace and
prosperity of Hawaii, but most
favorable at all times to certain
natives, especially to Messrs. Bush
and R. W. Wilcox. 2. The Adver
tiser has for months past been actu
ally bringing discredit upon Hawaii
abroad bv rcnrintiim on steamer
days all the political rot anil misrep
resentation it could rake together
between steamers, all most unfavor
able to both the country at large and
to Messrs. Bush and R. W. Wilcov
Neither the Advertiser nor Mr.
Celso Ciesar Moreno will deny the
charges made above. Should either
be foolish enough to do so the proof is
at hand to convict them both witli
their own words and acts.
We do not discuss the merits of
Messrs. Bush and Wilcox; the
chances aie their course would prove
as inexcusable as that pursued by
Messrs. the various lyliiors ot tne
Advertiser and that other delectable
patriot, Celso Ctvsar Moreno.
The Advertiser now laments that
it was the "utter foolishness" of cer
tain "foolishly incendiar3 speeches"
which prevented "mischief." This
is certainly and purpose' an after
thought, as the Advertiser took
chances of injuring all Hawaii, until
very lately, to be able to reprint
these "foolishy incendiary speeches"
and send them abroad as stern and
But as soon as the Bulletin took
up Hawaii's defense the journal of
daily inconsistency began singing
another tune, after it saw its clanger
of unpopularity. Now the Advertiser
is calling on Celso Ciesar Moreno
and other birds of its own feather,
concerned in gross misrepresentation
of Hawaii abroad, "to avoid sensa
tional and raelo-dramatic pranks in
the face of such keen observers as
are watching us." The Advertiser
calls its own and similar dirty work
"pranks." The proper name for
actions of this nature is journalistic
degradation. in any event our
morning contemporary has hardly
been upon a long enough probation
to set itself up as mentor to its
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Noble Parker's bill to regulate the
Cabinet was indefinitely postponed
exactly four months after its first
reading. This is not very hasty leg
islation. The legislative boneyard received
twelve bills yesterday afternoon.
There is some good in a long ses
sion. It makes the legislators them
selves weary in the work of tinker
ing with the body of well-established
law. Still the rejection of the
Oceanic Steamship Co.'s subsidy bill
seems like a wanton act, the subsidy
being now payable on any ariange
ment between the Cabinet and the
company without statutory checks.
Tiik following officers have boon
elected by the stockholders of the
Waikapu Sugar Co. for the ensuing
yeai : W. H. Cornwell, President;
G. W. Macfail.me, Vice-President;
W. G. Irwin, Treasurer; W. M. Gif
fard, Secretary; F. W. Macfarlane,
Tin Fair for l)iu New Sullot's Home
w III be held a) Jjio
Armry, on Beretania SI,
THURSDAY, November 6, 1800,
1'IUMI l!IO Mil I' .11.
fraJf-Tlitioltlrnid of llm (Inn new Klilp
"lulu," whluli bun ni puiiijniiicinr
hi Ilia Amimy, uiii HTt'Hn ii iluln
fnlU Thi Hilp I in ii full uiifKO ulllt'li
IIiiu'IiIIiIm'H niun.aTlin In illtnliiii'ipt.
vr Tim I loom will t'liii til A m'uIiiuIi
mid iiimi npln mi 7 ii'iiii"1
ir Tlwf.lwilwluii tin I lu.llluii
MlOlBlH ftJ 15 Hi. ftr AIL
Anctlon vSales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
By older of Hon. K. MULLER, I will
' ell nt Public Auction, at hi i evi
dence Puliation street.
0n wl3jL)NESlAY, Nov. 10,
AT , o,oljO0K A. ,,.,
The Ihithe Household Finiiltiue. com
prising In pait:
l Carvei Oak Lilirary Set
Book Cnse, Desk, Tables and fluids,
Statuary. Engraving-, Painting.
B. W. Parlor Set,
Larue Center Rugs, Tape'tiy Por
tleios. Laige Dccointetl I'lianilelieis
.lapanc-e beieonx aiiilOmanients,
1 Elegant B.W, Diningroom Set
With PicsmmI Leather Chairs,
Table Ciitleiy. Silverwaie,
1 Fine Porcelain Dinner Service
Cut Ol.iss Wine Ret,
One Vienna I'm lor Set,
Antique Oak Bedroom Sets,
With Bevelled Minon
Matticses. Mo-qulto Nets,
Bed and Table Linen,
Kitclieu'ltangc & UtonsilH,
1M rigei ator, Meat Safe, Eet., Etc.
1 (tarring Horse, 1 I'lmetou. Set
Hni'iM'NN, MmtillVN, i:ic,
Bfiy-Pailleular atteniloi I? palled to
this Sale of New niid Klegant House
hold I'miilliue. euibiatbi!; the llnet
fmuitincoffeied foi sul( In Honolulu.
SttrlVutles wishing to Inspect the
furniture pievious to tin sale, can do so
oil application to the Auctioneer.
J AS. P. BIOKtMN,
701 Bit Auctioneer.
POK SALE CHEAP
BRAKE (new). Apply at this
1 ojllce. 701 1
FOR SALE CHEAP
1 Wagonette, t Rockaway, 1 Double
Set Harness (new, 1 Mimic &ct
Harness. The above are hi II let-class
condition. Apply at this olllce. 701 lw
a WOMAN to take caie of children
t and to do elunibeiwoik. Apply
at Bulletin Olllce. l!i7 lw
A XY claims against
A Arlou h.ivu to heseutlo
dent, Mr. M. Goldberg, wlthinonp week
fioni date or they will forever b.nied.
J. K. HUMBKRG,
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 18A0. 701 It
l R. Robt. Llslmian Is authorized to
ITl employ labor and purchase mate
i ial f.ir account of the Bulldlna Com
mittee of the Central Union Climcli.
V. W. HLL.
F. J. LOWREY,
For the Committee.
Honolulu, Nov. 3, 18!)0. 701 lw
rpilfi Kiipiolani Maternity Home has
X two looms to accommodate paying
patients. Ladies of moderate means
who wish to scenic a home on icason
able teims, hefoie ami tlui big tlie time
of, their confinement, wlieie the best of
food attendance, nursing ami medical
skill will be provided, will please apply
at the Rome to Mis. Miller, the matiou.
who will attend to admittance, give
terms or other information rcriilieil.
Honolulu, Oct. -1, 1800. C75 3m
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A 1 the annual meeting
knpu -ugur Co. held November :,
1800, the following Btoekholileis were
elected to herve as ofllcers for the ensu
W. H. Cornwell Piesldcnt
G. W. Macfarlane.., yice-PresIdent
Win G. Iiwln Tieasiiier
W. M. Glffunl Secietaiy
F. W. MiKfailaue Auditor
W. M. GIFFARI),
701 lw tectetary.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual ineetlng of the Mock
holduis of the Paiu Plantation
held t)iis day, the following named
ollleers weie elected to mmvo for Hie
II. P. Baldwin.." PieMdent,
W. O. Alwater Vlee-Piesldeiil,
I. It Athertou Tieasiiier,
T. W, HoIiioii..... Kecutliiiy,
W. A ftoweii Auditor.
T. W. IIOBRON,
II lulu, Out. KB, 18), iiiiillw
CoIIiil'ii wllli imnl Iim,
delaebed ciiiik.liilllMi Mini el'
Vnillx looiii, luiue Miilih'i i'H'., mi Mill
nilil Avenue, limn rii'lmnl ulienl. , l.iugn
viiul Willi f i nit iii'it.iuitiriioii'iiiiiniiH,
If I'll I It'll
llMllllllill'. rtll' 10
(iri, U, AIU.MI.
ii nm.nvs. m luiu uflKfcit. . - ., s m 1 1 . i
n,Ml f uiii.iii w vtfi.wiiw1 I ' ff "i ltWi wpy wj'H' . Hl'.iUUK1B,u'1i uumn" I m
w (ami. "MM- M llff fff IKAriWvllil '
Anctlon Sales by James F, Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 5,
AT 10 (I'Otlll'K A. .11..
At the resilience of Mits. DUDOIT,
"Nuuanii Avenue, 1 will sell nt Public
The Entire Houseirid Furniture,
1 Westermeyer Upright Piano,
A tine Instrument;
Center tf. Sofa Rugs,
Cluiuilellcrs. Hunting Limps,
B. W. Marbletop Center Tables,
Large Di easing Mirror tf Mantel,
Ash Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Mnttinxscs, Mosquito Nets,
Table tf, Bed Linen,
B. V. ninlng-ioom Chsihi,
B, W. Extension Dining Table,
Cioekery it Qlawiuo,
.Silver Pliitedwiup, Cutleiv,
1 Itemliigloii dewing Maehine,
Improved Uncle Sam flange & Utensils,
Jtefilgerator, Meat Safe,
Etc., Etc., Etc ,
JAS. P. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Properly atPearl City
By older of the OAHU RAILWAY &
LAND CO. 1 will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CLOCK I. .11..
A limited number of those desh able
IJDiiDg Lots at Pearl Citr
The Company have expended .$20,000
to pincure an' ample supply of pure
mountain water, lCiiiltiug la the com
pletion of two I.ugo Reienoirs with
Mor.ige of neatly 2,000,000 gallons.
From a disti Uniting Rescnolr with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 10Q feef above ua level, water
has been laid along Ledum Avenue to
thePeuil City Depot In a 0-inch Oast
Iron Pipe, ft out which water will be
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself in the
Deeds to cany purchasers and their
families and si lvants by l.dl between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of 9 years from the date
of pin chase.
These special Rates of Faie will be
trausfeiable with the piupcity dining
the term named in the Original Deed.
Trains will always be run forieasonable
accommodation of residents at Peail
City. Trains will reach Honolulu at
0:45 and 8 or 8.45 and 11 :50 a. m , leave
Honolulu for Peail i ity ami way Sta
tions at 8 ;15 a. in am! l:-atid 4 to
4:30 and 5:15 to 530 p. in. siibjeethow-
eertouch changes as limy be from
time to time found nocessaiy for the
convenience of the public or business
inteiests of the i omp.iuy. Evening
Trains will also be 'run whenever theie
is a i unsuitable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desh ing lots where the most
ehaiming viow can be had fioni the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting ou Lchtia, Maile or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most
ehaiming location for resiliences, as all
agree who hae tiken the tiouhle to
walk up Lchua Avenue aboe the Ewa
Com t House. As a health, iem.it. a
belter situation cannot be found. To
assit ettlerH, the following easy terms
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 yeara,
One-ihird in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thiis making it possible for the most
limited lu means, to pioeme a fine
healthy lesldcucu. Distance Is anni
hilated by lnllway communication, so
that people living at Peail City will
i each llonohjlu in less time than it
takes to come from Waiklki by the
oi iHuarv means of travel, while the ex
pense for a person will not be mote
than llvo cents per day gi eater thun the
pieont cost of travel to Waikikl by
Now Is your time to procure
Homestead & Business. Lots at
At Pi lees lower than they can over he
bought in the future.
Don't Let YuurOppartunity Slip
If , miii do you will llvo to oiioto the
"hind Hlghl1' xiiyhigH wo nt often hear
fi oiii people who had a ehaiicn to buy
Hie uiiulii of ifiihiokiiliint riiiiiirt for a
ong, hul lliity dhlii'll
Mmi U Hiilllelnnt,
A noi to ttiu
tyr.Miuih of the Lois fit n he genu at
llm ollleei. of the I'aolihi Hiinlwaiu Co,,
Hawaiian New fu. ,11111! T,0,Tlniim'i,
mid al in) hiiloMooni, lluiiuliilii, wlnno
nil liiillici Inhii million can ho obtained,
if AH, V, AIOWJAN,
nl hoi Ani'lloniHtr,
1SSUKD BY THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM
Cash Assets, : : : : :
ltlOllAHIk A. 31c IHtOY. I'rcHlilcnt.
K8r For full particulars apply to
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & HUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Krmiifl Oil' ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dissolved Pemvlon Guano, Olilendoif's Speelnl fane Jlnnuu.
LONDON PURPLE: Eifectnal dct-troyer of Potato, Cotton i 'anker Worms, lHe.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys all Noxious Weeds iScHeiuhs. ',
BAGS:-Sugar, Jiiee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kmlnaelng the latest Impiovenients Imnatei lal anil textiue.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire,
bluntly expeotcu a
flue line of
All orders foreuitugepiomptly attended
to. Paitleular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also. Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit ut lowest pi ices.
ISSr Office: Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19aTELEPH0NESl6r Dell 414
In the new building, adjoining Love's
Iiakeiy, where you can pio
eme the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
No. 1 Fork Sausage, Smoked T nguos
BeefBansage, Smoked Mutton 11a uie,
Bologna Sausage, Spiced Beef,
QirmauSaubage, Ourned Pork &. Beef.
EST Your patronage Is respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaiautced in
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bull Tele. 3G9 -iutf-Mutual Tele. 3G2
Hotel HI., i Honolulu.
.1. II. FISIIKU, Piop.
Boiud and Lodging, per week, (ac
conliiig to location of 'looms,..
910 O'O to 912 0(1
Transient, per day 2 00
Table Iiouid, per week 7 00
Single Meals t 50
Igy-VlBltors will ilud this one of the
most couifoi tablo and convenient Iioiikcr
in the city, the rooniH being huge, light
and aliy. Hot and cold water batlm,
HAS icinoved to his now olllce on
Ileiuliinia Htieut, near Kort, ad
joining the DlcUou pienihcH. HUH lw
Honolulu Athletic Association,
rpilK meeting of llm loiioiu AHile
1 tin AMmclnlloil In polmuei
FHIDAY. Nov. 7lll, (ill iicemull of Hie
riulloifi' Hoiim fair In w held ill llm
Alimiiy mi llm tlflli,
(i. ii. MfinAitriiYi
(11)1 'Jw hiHiiiilmy,
f tUlllt ItiH Ulfi.JJ lu
BSwT Nuuanu Street, E51
DKY GOODS I
Telephone., No. 110.-
iustaoe, King Street.
TR KMOYAS !
Having len.-eil tlu Hioies in thv hiick' building known as tho
'Lincoln Block," nejily oppoMte the old stand, and having disposed
of that pot lion of my stock damaged by the lull file, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steaniei, and moio on the vvav I
am prepared to Jill all ordeis as before. Thanking the public" for
(he liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, 1
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit u continuance of the
Mime. At tlie new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, ami as many new ones as
isianu oruers solicited anil
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading s EVIillinery s House
Chas. J' FiBhel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
"CLIMAX" BAKING POWDER
Without a Rival in Price & Quality I
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
A Saving of XI Per Cent in Gout
Kla A TWO-ROOMED Cottage,
flJSara x. fiuuMiedoi'mifuiiiisli
UKftBed, centrally located. .Suit
able for one or two gentlemen. Apply
at the HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
NE Hoiipo and Lot on
IJeietanla stieet, a few
IIOIH illmvi) the Armoi'V.
For partlculuis luiiihu within.
VRItY Convenient mid
fJei-li jihln CoIIiil'ii fur-
ill-died or uiifmiiUlied. near
toe old biiHeliiill giomid al Miildld Ap
ply nt UULIOK'S AOLNi Y,
t'7i If ilBMeicliiuil hlieet
HIIITU of Thieo Nlcelv
FlliilUlicd IWiniiiH. twit
lieilinonm mid tmilor. 'on
Pillii'lihowl Hlivnl near I 'ill ire Wall.!
millnlilii lor un Hiiifo uaillli'iiiuii,
ll'lllf II. I'. IIKHIIAIIlif
HTOltWH TO M?'.
IBi 'V()hMM.IIII ;1
I rui'iml v iicniiiil
MMin Ulmfilluiiw, In
ll'ilMMMlllli'lHllllll. 'IDIIHUU hiiVi
ailliulil HiJlliil. PlUllHliVl byii luimi
IpruJjfi iJy iiiiunyiw), iPuhumIuij
AM'. dlllU)' lii
Aijcnt for the Hnwniian Islands.
.AWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
M'BBEtt COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LVERWARE, STATIONERY
SOAP, ETC., ETC, ETC.
RED BRICK, ETC.
CiiIUth & (line Knives.
Pine Fittings, Etc., Etc.
to this trade.
P. O. Box !172.
may find it to their advantage to
and Quality tho Very Beat. g
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
Exclusive Agenda for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Take Notice.
'THE Oahu Hallway & l.aud 'o. Ime
I mude arrangeiiieiilH to deliveV
luuiber mid 14II kinds of Hiiildlnjr iimtel
nr tiiii ivail. City .Station at the
regiilur Honolulu nricei
'lliortedeNJrhig tohulid at Peail City
upon land siild by the Company please
call nt the Company's otlice for further
B F. DILLINGHAM,
oenerid Manager O. I. & L. Co.
I HODKlQlJUSofKiuiu, Maul, luiv
" . lug in.idv an aMlgiuiuuit of hlu
inopmty jo tho iiudeislgned for the
bunellt of hUeiedltois, noilco In heieby
glvi'iilhainlclalnimigidiiHt him must
bopiCMuilei) to the iiinler.lgtied within
lluee iiiiimlM finiu date, aii.rull iihmiiVi
liiilehtetl to said J, Jo.lrl.iiCH 1110 i
iiiiOHim to iiuiKii Immediate pavim'nt to
illiiilunilKiiiH lit ljU;ole!. , , V
'"'h . A, UONriAI.VjJS,
iifiiuiiiiii,H...t ui.ihuo, AMll',!liinf
1)11. J. M. WIHTNKV In luiiiny m
1 unilillllien In 1 J i,,ii,; J1.,. 1
(lli'lllUlllllHIIHlullllllllhilA I 'iVtlln.
Ijl'IHtfllllll III) will he hmUVi'iI in (Ii
I III IIP