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By commnml of His Majesty tliu
King, I hereby proclaim tlint SUN
DAY, the lGth int., bo set apart as
a day of prayer, and all religious
denoniinatioiiK thioughout tho King
dom are most earnestly requested to
meet at their respective places of
worship, on that day, and there unite
in fervent supplications to Almighty
God on behuir of those of our follow
beings afllictod with the dread
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olliee, Nov. 4, 1890.
Joseph A. Akina, Esq., has this
duy been appointed Notary Public
for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of the
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofliee, Nov. 1, 1890.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holdeis of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, hi e hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
C to 8 o'clock a. M., and 4 to 0 o'clock
Chas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
A pproved :
C. N. Spencek,
Minister of the Interior.
Tax Payers in this Disi.-ict aic
hereby notified that the Taxes foi
the current year will be due and pay
able at the Otlice of tho Tax Assessor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
The Office is open from 9 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 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
Appi oved :
Minister of Finance.
PleUtd to neither Sect nor Jarty,
But establiihed for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 1890.
We regret to learn of the poor
health of His Majesty t lie King,
announced in another column, and
trust that a few weeks' bojourn on
the Island of Hawaii will fully restore
-His Majesty to his usual htato of
perfect health, which he has enjoyed
uninterruptedly for so many years.
The Supreme Court to-day re
plied to the questions submitted by
the Legislature. They say in effect
that foreigners having Uie right to
enter this kingdom by treaty cau
uot enter into such contracts as
those mentioned in the questions,
subjecting themselves to banish
ment, etc., for violation of such
contracts ; but subjects of countries
jiol having treaties with this king
luin, conferring the mutual right of
residence on the subjects of both hi
each other's country, may enter into
audi contracts before they come
into the Kingdom, the Legislature
lo Judge whether a law authorizing
uii eh coiitractH would he favorable
to the peuco uud welfare of the
kingdom. No iiei-son now in the
kingdom can filler fob) Mich con
Uiuitu, i U not iiHtunUliliig Hint tho Ail.
mtUer should huvu fitllun to Km iro.
went low Jourimlklu level, nndur llw
"regent iiiiiiiiigoiiieni, 'J'ii hlnff dm
Irillll Willi u iluliljurulu iiiilrnili lm
long wn Him (join Uf Imd ruboii Id
Uie ('limit at iiidii iMfliliiM mimI run
ulMffllml juuiiiul. ,'J'Iim Adwllw
ul (lily iiiujjili) (mi nullum lu
ll'jIli'Hl lUijJUiUkljJU liiv wile,) ujlu
w ly hv !J wiy li lui bv.
MtiBmipiiT7MiriiwuMtifg)i,iw,,vo'.Tn wr wa
od since- 1887, in deliberately print
ing an absolute falsehood 'in order to
For the Advertiser to clinrgo that
tho Bulletin cither shields or de
fends such a political renegade ns
Celso Ciusar Moreno is as evidently
a deliberate falsehood as if the highly
"moral" (?) editor who happened
to get hold of the quill this morning,
had charged that the Bulletin hud
defended the ungrateful and villain
ous course pursued against Hawaii
lately by the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, tho organ and mouth
piece of the Reform party. It is a
question of grave doubt as to wheth
er the Advertiser or Moreno has
done Hawaii the most injury abroad
since tho result of the last election
was made known.
As far as Bush and Wilcox going
into any Hawaiian Cabinet is concern
ed, there is not much more danger than
there is of any of the Advertiser's
henchmen getting in ; this is the one
galling fact which makes the utter
ances of our "moral" morning con
temporary so bitter and unscrupu
lous since defeat.
But our good contemporar' can no
more tell the truth about its circula
tion than it can about Hawaii and the
Bulletin. In place of 2f00 circu
lation which this morning's editor
inadvertently and boastingly claims,
the fact is that the Advertiser's cor
poration prints very nearly the fol
lowing numbers of papers, all told :
Daily about 760 copies, of which it
circulates about OnO copies ; Weekly
about 780 copies, which include
the foreign mail, Island papers, ex
changes, etc. Comment is unneces
sary. One othei point: The Advertiser
threatens it will renew its attempt
to libel Hawaii abroad. We wish
right here to put a full-grown flea
into our unscrupulous contempo
rary's ear, viz. : Tf you do, you will
speedily become aware of the fact
that certain of our good Honolulu
merchants and public spirited citi
zens have already made arrange
ments with several metropolitan
Americau journals, from San Fran
cisco to New York, to correct any
attempts at further injury, in so ef
fective a way and manner that nei
ther the proprietors nor various edi
tors of the P. C. Advertiser will be
likely to mistake the result as a
At the first of next month the
Pacific Hardware Co. will remove
its stock into the store now occupied
by Egan & Gunn, in Mclnerny
Block, besides taking the hall up
stairs. The removal will be tempo
rary and made to enable His Excel
lency John A. Cummins to erect a
large block of stores for the com
pany, which will cover the old stand
and the corner of Fort and Merchant
streets now occupied by S. Roth.
If it could be obtained the mauka
lot containing Gertz's cigar store
would also be taken in, but its
owner in the East is reported to be
unwilling to sell.
Egan & Gunn will remove their
business temporarily into Lewers &
Cooke's warehouse on King street,
until the Brewer Estate puts up a
block of stores on the site of Wil
liams' photograph gallery. They
will then occupy stores in that
THE DRESS PARADE.
Over 300 men, pioneers, marines,
blue jackets and battery, from the
three U. S. men-of-war, Charleston,
Mohican and Iroquois, with line and
staff ollicers, landed at the Likelike
wharf, at 10 o'clock this morning,
and, headed by the Charleston band,
inarched ,o Palace Square.
The battnljon was divided into 1 1
companies, 12 file front, double rank,
uud was under command of Lieut. -Commander
C. C. Todd of the U. S.
F. S. Charleston. A large crowd
of people had early assembled at
Palace Square and was considerably
augmented by numbers who fol
lowed the bdttaljon from the city
His Majesty the King. H. R. If.
Princess Liliuokaluni, Jas. W. Rob
ertson, His Majesty's Chamberlain ;
Mrs. J. O. Carter, Miss Eva Nuii
inunn, Miss Inez. Neuumnn, the
Misses Brown and others were in
Mr. Naeayum.i's lookout on the
Square; and IIU Jjx. ,), A. Cum
mins, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
Mr. J. L. Stevens, U. S. Milliliter
Resident; Admiral Drown of the I'.
S. F. S, Charleston, Hon. John S.
Walker, President of the Legisla
ture; Ojlluors of the English and
Japanese mijs of mtr lu port and u
number of prominent olli,eiiH were
on the bhlcwulk near tho King.
Tim battalion, after nmrchliiK ml
h Utility, roturiiDil and formed
Hue "iipnalln, (fir i)m pnnul". Tlio
piinidu win tmnjuil mil, 1j good onlur
iiinl tli! nuinml nl arum rfWiiiH
Willi gooil Hum, iiijilpDiihly ;m
"(mini' uriix." Tlw nljMiiijjf iy
(i"i!imiiliiv mill rijiM itm jnfi by
four wciii v mH iiKimiiUtil,
Hlmrily Ii4un 1 1 u'ujjjuh Uju hm,
liiJIuu luluniwl luilii' UliuJIh' yfmj
M1 IHJJ tf WIV IJWkWi UJjlf iJiUHW!
im mm liu Uw toil
Juctloii Sil !? Lewis J. Levey.
Family Crtp at Anctioi
TO-aiOltKOW, Nov. Otli,
AT O'OlifX'Jl. NOOX.
At my Salesroom, 1 will M at Public
ai New Fam'y Carriage & Harness
On view from 0 o'clock.
TiEWIS J. LEVEY,
702 It Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
By ouler of Hon. K. ML'LLKU, I will
' sell at Public Auetlou, at his resi
dence l'liualiou street.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 10,
AT 10 t' i.m;k A. 31..
The Ktithc Household Furniture, coin
prising in pnrt;
l ctmt Oft Library Sol,
Book Cnse, Desk, Tables and Cmlr.s,
Statuary, Engravings, Paintings,
B. W. Parlor Set,
Lurjje Center niiK-8, Tapestry Por
tieres. Large Decorated 'haiidellcri
ifapancse Sereenn ami Ornaments,
1 Elegant BAY, Diningroom Set
With Pressed Leather Chubs,
Table Cutlery. Silverware,
1 Fine Porcelain Dinner Service
Cut Olass Wine Set,
One Vienna Parlor Set.
Antique Oak Bedroom Sets,
With Bevelled Mirrors:
Mattresses, Mosquito Nets,
Bed and Table Ljuen,
Kitchen liunge & Utensils,
Rffritrorator, Meat Safe, Ect., Etc.
Currlatsc llni'He. t IMiivfou,
Jlm'nOHH, M.UiIIoh, I'.tc
SSrPnrttciilar attention Is called to
this Sale of New and Elegant House
hold Furniture, etnbra bif; the finest
furniture offered for sale in Honolulu.
jQrPartles wishing to inspect the
furniture previous to the sale, can do so
on application to the Auctioneer.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
701 13t Auctioneer.
tsr GIVEN OUT -a
Monday afternoon, November 3rd, the
following drew their watches:
Cluh 1 Member No. SU.
Cluii 2 Member No. 22.
Cluh 3 Member No. 18.
Cum 4 Member No. (iO.
Cum s Member No. 44.
Jfiy Remember we. are giving you a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Case with tine
our clubs for
Waltbnm Movement in
$1.00 Per Week.
H. E. Wictimaa Watch dub.
For San Francisco.
The Fine Sailing Bark
44C- D. BRYANT,"
Will bull for the above port
On SATURDAY, Nov. 8th,
AT IX O'CLOCK NOO.V
jST For pusHiige apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
70J '.It Agents.
I )OVrL. Saving Hank Passbook No
1721). Finder will jiIchnu return
the hiunu to General Post Olliee; pay
ment having been Btopped. 7U2 ill
a t iii'vnm iiidv f;vii.jioum
L3t .' (Joitaue wllh punt It's.
f-sks delaehed coidi-lioiise and ner-
viints' rooms, huge stahln. ele., on Nun
aim Avenue, near School street. Large
yaid with fruit Iicenmil choice llnucis.
Kent itMMUKililc, Apply to
Grill tf Mlts. U. AI'ONG.
(.'opart ucihip Nollcc.
'PIIK iiudeilgiied have jls day
1 (omikmI ii r(piii'liii'i'Hlili fur llui
purpurie of deidlii!' In liny, gunn, i
under lint name u ilia I'idlfoiulit ImmmI
Cu, T..I KING,
I. N WliltlllT.
llmininlil, Ht. IJilNW. ill If
VIII IIiiM. ItUlmiitji Ulllliuilwl I"
I , i'juu toy 01111' aw vmim wm"
j HONOLULU, H, I NOVEMBER 2. ltitto
Auction Sales by James f . Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
By oilier of the OA111J RAILWAY &
LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at I'eatl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT 2 O'CLOCK 1. 31.,
A limited number of those desirable
Boili Ills at Pearl City
The Company have expended 820.000
to ptocurc an ample supply of pine
mountain water, resulting In the com
pletion of two large Reservoirs with
storage of nearly 2.000,000 gallous.
Fiom a distributing Reservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above sea level, water
has becu laid along Lehua Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot In a 0-Inch Cast
Iron Pipe, from which water will be
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself lu the
Deeds to carry purchasers and their
lumilK'.i anil servants uy rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At Cent Per Mile, 2d Glass
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of !l years from the dale
These spoclnl Rates of Fare will bo
transferable with the property dming
the term named lu the Original Peed.
Trains will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
I'lty, Trains will reach Honolulu at
G:4G and 8 or 8.45 and 11 :50 a m , leave
Honolulu for Pearl ity and way Sta
tions at 8 :15 a. in and 1:45 and 4 to
4 :'.!0 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. in. subject how
ever to such changes as may be from
time to time fouud necessaiy for the
convenience of the public or business
lutei ests of the I'ompany. Evening
Trains will also be run whenever there
s a reasonable demand,
BEAUTIFUL VIEW I
Those desiring lots where tho most
charming view can he had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Lehim, M.tllu or
WooiJIawn Avenues; this is a most
charming location for residences, as all
agree who have tnken the trouble to
walk-up Lehua Avenue above the Ewa
Com t House As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
are offered :
One-Third in Gash,
One-Third in 3 yeart,
Onc-ahird in 5 yeare,
. Wllh Intoicst at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for the most
limited in meau, to procure a tine
healthy residence. Distance Is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
reach Honolulu in less time than it
takes to come fiom Waiklkl by the
ordinary means of travel, while the ex
pense for a person will not be more
than live cents per day greater than the
present cost of travel to Waikiki by
Now Is your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Pi lees lower than they can ever be
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If jou do yon will live to quote the
'hind sight" sayings wo so often hear
from people who had a chance to buy
the whole of Kulaoknbua Plains for a
hong, hut they didn't! A word to the
wise Is suhicicnt.
CS1" Maps of the Lots can be seen at
the olllces of the Pacific Hardware Co.,
Hawaiian News Co., and T.G. Thrum's,
and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, where
all further information can he obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
0S4 30t . Auctioneer.
FOR SALE CHEAP
FOR SALE CHEAP
Wagonette, J Rockaway, 1 Double
Ket Harness (new'), 1 hlugle Set
Harness. The above arts in Ib8t-clus
condition. Apply at this olllce. "01 lw
WOMAN to take earn of ehildieu
uud to. do clutmberwoik. Apply
at UuLUiTiN Olllce. 0t7 lw
V a Sober, Honest Portuguese Man,
.) just from California, where ho bus
lived lor ID years, u situation to take
care of hurbes, cows or garden. Apply
Vt this olllce. Ci7 lw
V MARR1KI) Couple, the wife to do
the cooking and hoiiHuwoik the
liiiH'mud to attend to outside win l,
horses, fowls, mllkluu, Addict "lln
wulluii O-iiii'h Farm," Knplolunl Park;
Mutual Telephone il.25, tilts tf
IjMIO.M and idler IhU dale we will po
V he iTupoidllilit for tiny iinlghl idler
Niiinn in beeiidelivi'l'i'd ill liny siiilliin.
I'lU'lli'H In whom lieiglil U coiihlgiicil
niiiM Iih nl ilm Million iii rmilvn ilmlr
Nu fin gill u III ln M'lMivi'il for Willi.
Illl'lll lllllWl'llll H IiuiiihuI Mill) mid U
n'rluuli ii. in i mill limui'i'ii ItiHi iiml 'J
It'll llll i II III.
Titiln lliiiii Iii" iji'luliinil or lili
iiiuiii niiM'iHlli lHlJim
.. .. n umw mi w iwf'iiwi. "iii7
UIHIMUU A. McCUltUY, ftreiit!iit.
or For full particulars apply to
TIIEO. H. DAYIES & CO.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SUOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KeroHciM! Oil ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dlolved Peiuvlan Guano, OlilemhuPa Kpeehd Cane Mnniue
LONDON PURPLE: Kffwtiiid destroyer of Potato, Cotton & i "anker Worms Kte
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys all Noxious Weed .fc Scrubs. '
BAGS:-Sugar, Rice, Paddy, t'oal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS? Kmbraelug the latest lmproveuienta In material and texture.
GalvtuiiztHl Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc Fro
- t. . TNDIAN GOODS E"""''' ,, ,.,!
AH orders forcartageproniptlyattonded
to. Particular attention
paid to the
storing- & Shipping
Of good In transit to the other Islands.
Also. Black & White Sand
In (umutlties to suit at lowest prices.
S Okfick: Next door to .las. V.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19 -UTELEPH0NEP86T Bell 414
In the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, win re you can pio-
enre the choicest
Heef, Mutton, Yeul, Pork,
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
No. 1 Fork Bausege, Smoked Tcuguea
BecfSauiage, Bmoked Mutton Hums,
Bologna Bttneage, Bplood Btef,
Qcrinan Sausage, Osrneil Pork It Beef.
tS? Your patronage Is respectfully
solicited and hatlnfaetiou giiBiiuilced In
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tolo. 369 ttflic-Mutual Tele. 362
llotol HI., t Honolulu.
.1. II. KISItICK, Plop.
Hoard and Lodging, per week, (ur
eal ding to location of roouiH,.. K
$10 (10 to $12 00
Transient, per day 2 00
Table Hoard, per week 7 no
Single MciiIh Ml
SSrVlHltorri will llud this one of Ilm
moHtcomfoi table and convenient Iioumm
hi the city, the iooiiih bring large, light
am) airy. Hot and cold water hath.s.
Hoooliihi Athletic Association,
'PI IK meeting of the Honolulu Atblo
L tie AhKoeiatlou Ih poNtpoued till
FIIIDaY. Nov. 7lh, on iiceotiut of the
rJiillorx' Home ,falr to bu held at the
Aiinoiy on the llllh.
l 'iw rieuiiitiiry,
1.1 AH iiniiovi'd in In new mllcu nil
I llmiiunlit uii'ui, iiimr fnii,iM.
jnjfili'tf il Hli'l.iun ninlin, iidh w
P" Huuanu Street, IO
ft I (ii"v7 Muiimn
I,. f liijurwH'iMlJUl
lVf) Cpy ui1hjTWjJji i .Pawn, '
MUmiii iaiJ, .j""Jw i'm mihi J
a irp ttm k
ISSUED BY THE
: : :
s. jfcs. x-coesxs,
" General Aent for tho Hawaiian lalanih.
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware
IP A.W lUf HS O C S
Telephones, No. 119.
Hustace, King Street
Having lei.sfil (he stores in the bricl: building known us -the
Lincoln Block," neatly oppoMtu the old Mand.iind having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late lire, and being
in leceipt of New Goods per lust mourner, und moru on the wav 1
am prepared to (ill all orders as before. Thanking the public" for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years T
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit u continuance of the
name. At tho new stand bhall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, mid as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
McM CHAS. HUSTACE.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Leading : Millinery s House
, Chas. J. Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Ste.
Without a llival
One-third the Prioe of tho
Cj enyiiiB in oo tor uuih in c'obi
HENRY DAVBS & CO.,
j Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Jslunds.
A TWO-ROOMED Oottiigo,
furnlhhed or unfurnish
ed, ccntrnll' locatt-d. Suit
able for one or two gentlemen. Apply
at tho HAWAIIAN NKWS CO.
ONK House and Lot on
Herclauia stieet, a few
doui'8 above llin Annnir
For parllciiluiM inquire wlthiu.
A YKHY f'mivi'iili'iu and
DchImiIiIk (.'niliigK fiir.
uUhcd or nnfiii nlnliiil. mini'
tne old Iijm'IimII ground nt MnKlkl Ap
ply nt UUHlOICS AtlKNl Y,
tilt) If ilStMiTcliuiil street
. m a A 8UITK of 'I'hreo Nicely
AflfMI r KuuiUliud Koonis, two
IMRwt Ih'iIiooiiih mid pallor, ou
I'liiulibrnvl I leu mmr Pwluuo WmIU;
Miillnhlu fur two single tfunllwiicii,
WOrililliiHin King illi'nl
Ml.lllil.lUl'I'i 111 li'l III
lI'MAUIlUblM It'll III
'(PIJllM! llHW' Illil
'i. Vaam nil ul
DIH'l'. Ai in
Over &136. nnnnno
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
u.l TKKNIS & CROQUET SETS.
HUIHIEtt COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS.
- - "l
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
LSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Cutters & Ciuio Knivon.
in Price & Quality I
Housekeeper Should Use It !
una Quality the Very Bust.
Purclidsers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Taka Notice.
rilE Oahu Railway & Land Co. have
s uimli! umingeuieuts u, Uellver
lumber and all kinds of Huildhig mate
rial at the iVail City Station at the
regulur Honolulu prleeH.
Those desiring to build at Pearl City
upon land Bold by the Company please
call at the Company V olllce for further
B F. DILLINGHAM,
(Jeiienil Malinger O. It. & L. Co.
)H..l M. WIHTNF.Y Ih ha.py to
. i . "'"'"""V". t0 ''" I'atroiiH and
l lends lu Honolulu and elsuwherc. that
hencefoilh he will bu assisted 1, ,M
dental rooum by Dr A E NICHOLS, gnul
iinlu of the .St. Louis Dental College,
und for novum! yours u Hiicensifiii umc
loner In Piuiuleim, Ciillfiirnla, Ollleu
bonis iik bufori' from 8rJ() a. m, In 4 cio
t!' Mt t)l li
fpilKliilliln'Miil Mniily Hoimu tiu4
I iwi) inuiiiH liMii'iiuiiiiuriiliilii imylng
lMllU. I.illllnii of iiiuiliqulu iiibhii
W III IV U h liikiimiiii a In. n ii.Vi.?. I
' iim,Mm immI iliHliiuiuiiliiip
Mniiii;i'uiiliiiiiiitiin, wlii'ifi iVin lin.iiif
foni iilii'iiiliiiH'w, iinikiiitr uuil iiimiiiiii
11.111 Will III III'UV
ul Hit' lliinm In
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IU IlllllllllUIIVii. KlVU
0tD8T P. O. Box 372.