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Ik DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, NOVEMBER 10, 1B9U.
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EH' I(IFmI1 0. N. SPENCER,
Bjpf ' wlSwli' MiniBtor of the Iutorior.
P l gplf Interior Office, Nov. 5, 1800.
M 703 4t
Auction Sale of ta Licenses,
Tliere will bo sold at public auction
on MONDAY, the 8th day of Decern
ber, 1890, the following Awn Licenses
for the term of one year from Janu
ary l, 1891 :
Ewa and Waianae 1
Molokai and Lanai .
S. Kohala. .
The Licenses for the Island of Oahu
will be sold at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, on the above named
date at 12 o'clock noon.
Those for the other Islands will be
sold in the respective diatucts, on tbe
same date and at such hour and
place as bhall be designated by the
several Sheriffs or their Deputies.
Upset Price Honolulu $500, for
Jeach license; Hilo, Wailuku and La-
baina$300 for each license; and for
all the other districts above named
$100 for each license.
Terms. A depost of twenty-Jive
percent required on the fall of the
hammer, and forfeit of said deposit
should tho full amount of license not
be paid within ten days from the
date of sale.
O. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intorior.
Interior Office, Nov. 7, 1890.
706 3t-lf.6 3t
OFFICIAL NOTICE !
Their Majesties the King and
Queen will hold a reception at Iolani
Palace, on SATURDAY, the 15th of
November, from 10 a. in. to 12 o clock
The order of reception at Court for
that day, will be as follows.
The King will receive the hooku
jius of the people from 6 o'clock to
8 o'clock a. m.
At 10 a. m. The several Hawaiian
Societies will be received.
At 10 :.-i0. The Hawaiian public.
At 11 a. m. The Chancellor of the
Kingdom, His Majesty's Ministers,
the President of the Legislative As
sembly and the Judges of the Su
At 11 :15 a. m. The Privy Coun
cilors and Nobles and Representa
tives of the Legislative Assembly.
At 11:30 a. m. The Diplomatic
Repressntatives, accredited to the
Court of Hawaii.
At 11:45 a. m. The Consular
At 11 :55 a. m. Government Offi
cials. At 12 m. Rear-Admiral George
Brown, U. S. N., and Stall", and the
Captains and Officers of the ships of
war in port.
Ladies and gentlemen desiring to
pay their respects to Their Majesties
upon this occasion, will call at tho
Palace between the hours above
itaU'd and bo presented during the
intervals between the official presen
tations. On Sunday, tho 16th inst., at 10
o'clock a. m., the Court will attend
divine service at St. Andrew' Catho
dal. Office of His Majesty's Chamber
lain, Iolani Palace, November 7th,
1890. 704 td
By command tff His MnjuBty tho
King, I hereby proclaim Unit HUN
DAY, the 10th iiiHt,, he not apart un
it duy of pruyur, und all luliginiiH
duuoiniimtioiiH throughout tho King'
iloin are wont earnestly n'uulml to
incut ut their rt)nii!iilivii placed of
worship, on Unit iluy, and tliuiuuniin
in furVDiit mipplU-uilonw to Almljilit)
(J ml on luilmlf of llio.o of our follow
b'iiitin uflllult'il h)iIi Hip ilri'ttil
u. n. timmnw,
Uiuiuu fli llifi Ijiiuijur,
John Richardson, Esq., 1ms thiB
day beon appointed an Agent to Take
Acknowlegemont to Labor Contracts
for the District of Witiluku, Island
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 5, 1890.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holdem of Watei Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, hjc hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purponvnaic from
6 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to U o'clock
Ohab. B. WILSON,
i Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spknckk,
Minister of the Intorior.
Tux Payeis in this Disi.-ict aie
heieby notified that the Taxes foi
the cuirent year will be dueand pay
able at the Office of the Tax Assessoi
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
The Office is open from 9 a. in. to
4 p. in. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts ovei $10 must be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Oei
tiiicates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before tbe 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 ot
Ministci of Finance.
By virtue of the authority in mo
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 tho
Regular Term of the Third Judicial
Circuit to be held at Waiohinu, Kau,
Hawaii, on the first Thursday of
September, 1890, and by me post
poned until Monday, the 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.
Witness my hand and
the seal of the Supreme
Court at Honolulu, this
1st day of Septembei,
Chief Justice Supreme Court.
Hknry Smith, Clerk.
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Pledged to natter Sect nor Party,
But eiiablithtd for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, NOV. )0, 1890.
The San Francisco Bulletin is
authority for the statement that there
is a Latin Newspaper in existence.
The editor ot coui se is able to go
through the journalistic "delensiou"
without a tumble and the composi
tors are said to be able to set the
entire paper without breaking a
"case" or dropping an "ending."
An English journal states that
Prince Albert Victor's lute visit to
Wales recalls the fact that there
lives at Cardiff a claimant to the
right and title of the Prince of
Wales, This recalls the supple
mental fact that there are several
men in Hawaii, who urj claimants
for the whole earth, titles, rights,
coin and all. If the good Prince
of Wales wants a go-as-you-please,
ull'ttround claimant for a competitor
Jot liim send out e)ilp at once.
It Is admitted on the plunter'p
ldo that ulthout'li reforms favorable
to free labor Imvo often hceil pro
inUi'il, us yet no law huu Imun dovls'
ml by whluh tho Chlneuu can "i
kt'pi uwtiy fioin muuhuiilbul and in
Mtrldud lo uu,r(iitiirul ulmr" It
W tto ndinlttiiil, If tliu jitt tv
fault iluuMoii of Hiu Hiiimmi Uomi
PH tiM iliH'inui upon IhUlhnc,
tliii! )rilliil rettriutlve mt uouh)
Im'u Ijji m'j)i lii) Uiqh PiQiniii'
triotlc men. But unfortunately they
have beou mostly administration pol
iticians, -who have, by their expe
diencies nnd policies, grievously in
jured both the cause of the planter
and the cause of tho free laborer.
It is clearly evident now that labor
reforms can and must be accom
plished, If at all, by the proisions
of the present labor bill before the
House. If some piactical and judi
cious labor legislation is not enacted
nt once, it will take no industrial
seer to predict that our labor ques
tion will become much more grave
and complicated within the next year
and a half, ns well ns much more
difficult and expensive in settlement.
The first element of a final and
lasting solution of the question is
justice to both sides, without respect
to the designs and scheming of party
politicians. These latter gentlemen
are already intimating that It U the
workmen who must meet the plant
ers somewhat more than half way.
We arc glad to learn the representa
tives of both sides are showing a
wise detei munition to ignore the pol
iticians and the political journal,
already trying to make capital out
of the fair and judicious manner in
which the workmen's leprescntatives
have thus far met the vexed labor
The workmen recognize the present
necessities of the planters, as well
as the peril which threatens our su
gar industry under the limitations
of the United States tariff, and they
are ready to meet the exigency like
patriots and men ; but at the same
time they hold that the exigencies
of the planters and the threatened
collapse of the sugar maiket would
in no way or manner be mended by
doing any injustice to free labor, or
by temporizing with the interests
and rights of the middle classes of
Hawaii, viz. : with the mechanics
and artizans representing free labor.
That our workmen are as imme
diately dependent as the planters
upon a speedy and practical solution
of this question is as evident as that
our retail merchants and small in
dustries are immediately dependent
for support upon the free labor
classes of the kingdom. It is for
this reason, among others, that the
interests of the country demand fair
play on both sides in legislative en
actments. To injure the planters'
interests means direct embarassment
to all classes of our citizens ; to iu
jure free labor means the striking
of an economic blow at our retail
merchants and the minor industries
of Hawaii nei.
The party politicians of Hawaii
have dragged us well into our pre
sent economic tiouble; let us now
ciowd them aside and start the ma
chinery of Government on the road
to prosperity. The planters must
have cheap labor and the workmen
must have guaranteed protection
from competition therewith. Upon
these two propositions the planters
and workmen are at last happily
agreed. Let us through our repre
sentatives make them accomplished
and practical facts.
By public announcement in your
columns I notice that the Court is to
attend divine sei vice at St. Andrew's
Catlicdial on Sunday next. As a
Ma'waiian 1 viould like to offer a sug
gestion. It is, that if the Court is
to attend a service qn that day
His Majesty's birthday it should
be ut the Kawaiahao stone church,
w Inch iB the most historical church
in the group. This church is identi
fied with past Hawaiian kings and
queens, and is undoubtedly the
building where the Court should at
tend on an occasion like this. My
strongest point is that it would ena
ble a large number of Hawaiian
people to attend and participate in
bucIi a service, and I think they
should be considered.
HAWAIIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
The annual election of the Ha
waiian Hillu Association was held
Satin day evening and resulted as
President, John II. Soper; Vice
President, J, II. Fisher; Kecietary
and T reuBurer, J. G. Itothwell ;
Trustee, Hon. S. B. Dole.
Range Conilililteo, pirns, B. Wil
son, J. N. H, Williams, A, Genus,
Finance Committee, J, H. Fisher,
J, W. Pratt, W. O. Parke.
Board of Diu-ctnrH; John II,
h'opur. J. II. FUlier, O. B, Wilson,
J, pood, Jf , tf, K, Ilowu. A, Gcunn,
J. N,S, Wlllhiip, y (J, p,U) J.
))', halt, J, 0, Hotliwell,
Tliuru Ulll Of Nlartli till' K"Hlt'
of f,a (johkIiui'u, and unwiiu'iiiuiit
mi Ih'ihii idhiIu to cull touuilier n
llio.n wH) would lll.ti o tuliu w If)
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uhii Tip oIiUIpjJ l fiilM IttOHrwim'
li'nuii itiilii will lif llDlMlW
iibwi in iifVun' ill'- imam? nil-
A combination team from tho
Honolulu and Star clubs played a
practice gamo of baseball with a
combination team from tho Knmelm
melia and Hawaii clubs at the League
ground, Makiki. The fonner was
called tho Honolulu, nnd tho latter
the Hawaii nine. Four innings were
played, the Houohllus making eight
runs in the second, and Hawallstwo
In the third. The teams were as
follows : '
Honolulu : Parker p, Chan. Wil
der c, Hay Wodehousc lb, Whitney
2b, W. Lucas 8b, Candler s s, A.
Lucas r f. Coyne c f, Conrad I f.
Hawaii: Meheula p, Pahau c,
Mnhuka lb, Pryce 2b, Luahiwa 3b,
Thompson s s, Lawelawe r f, Dan
c f, Self 1 f.
C. T. Wilder und W. V. Lock
wood were umpires.
This was the inauguration of the
League ground. The ground Itself
Is about perfect. There was much
criticism, however, heard from some
of the older patrons of the game, a?
to the grand stand. The front Ib
too high, the back too low. There
Is an extravagant allowance of space
between the rows of scats, which
unnecessarily reduces the sealing
accommodation. It is hoped that
these defects, now that they have
been realized, will be remedied.
Oahu Railway & Land Co.
November 15, 1890,
Will run as follows for tint day, o ns
to accommodate the entile
7:19 a. in.
9:49 a. in.
11:04 a.m. .
1 :34 p. in.
2:49 p. m.
4:04 p. m.
r, :,).) p. m.
0:15 a. in.
8:45 a. m.
10 :00 a. m.
12:80 p. in.
1 :45 p. in.
4 :35 p. m.
Leave Honouliull Arrive Honululu
7 :'ii a. m. 8:40 a.m.
10:00 a. in. 11:10 a. m.
11:21 it. m. 12:25 p. m.
1 :51 p. in. 2:55 p. in.
:5:00 p.m. 4:10 p.m.
4:21 p. in. 5:25 p. m.
5:"iG . ill. 7:00 p in.
POPULAR EXCURSION RATES:
To Pearl City & Return
To Pearl City & Return (includ
ing Bus Fare) - - 75 oents
To Honouliull & Return
CeSraT feat late
In the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, where you can pro
cure the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Teal, Fori,
Poultry, Jito , TCto.
Various Kinds of Sausages
Beef Bautage, Bologna Bauaage,
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
IgyThc BcKton Nuunmi Street. &$
Bmoked Mutton Hams,
Corned Beef & Pork.
yrV'Yoiirpiilronagu respectfully soli
cited. SatUfactlon giiuiaiiteed to all
K0- IV o ClilnpMtt Kuiplojed, -S
WrcSTBROOK & TA YLOK,
rirtt-olam. Reliable Batchers,
Dill Tele. 369 -fliay Mutual Toio. 302
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In Pints & QuiirtA;
1. 1 1 1 N SOW I IN C,
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ISSUED BY THE
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OXT IVKTW YOTR 1-sC
Cash Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
KIClIAIil) A. JIcHUY lrcHlilcnt.
For full particulars apply to
THEO. H. DALIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KmoHima Oil" ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peiuvluu Guauo, Ohleudorl's Speclnl fane Mnnuie.
LONDON PL) RPLE:-Kffeetual destroyer of Potato, Cotton At'iinker Woinis. Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: WeBtroys all Noxious Weeds Scrubs.
BAGS :-Sugur, Rlee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS &BAGS: Einbitielng the latest Improvements In matartal and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Ftc.
anoniy expmeu a
nail iiiiu ml
Auction Sales by James t Morgan.
By older of Hon. E. MtJLLER, I will
sell at Public Auction, at nls resi
dence Punabou street,
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 10,
AT 10 O'OkOCK A. 31..
The Entire Household Fiunltiue, coni
pilsing In p.irt:
1 M Oat Litirary Set,
Book Case, Desk, Tables and Chairs,
Statuary, Engravings, Paintings,
B. W, Parlor Set,
Lnr(-'o Center Rugs, Tapestry Por
tieies. Laige Decorated chandeliers
Japanese screens and Ornaments,
1 Elegant B.W. Diningroom Set
With Pressed Leather ChulM,
Table Cutlery, Silverware,
1 Fine Porcelain Dinner Service
Cut Glass Wine Set.
One Vienna Parlor Set,
Antique Oak Bedroom Sote,
With Bevelled Minors;
Mattrcsaes, Mosquito Nets,
Bed and Table Linen,
Kitchen Range & Utensils,
Refrigerator, Meat Safe, Ec?., Etes
1 :orrlUB Ilorue, 1 1'liuetiin.
UnnicMH, wildl,'H, i:t
JBSrPaitlcular attention lb called to
this fiale of New and Elegant House
bold Furniture, einbra lag the ilnest
furniture offered for hale in Honolulu.
iSy-Parties wUbliig to Inspect tbe
furnlturo previous to the sale, can do no
on application to tbe Auctioneer.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
P08TAL Saving Bunk Passbook No.
1720, Finder will please return
the same to General Post Olllco; pay
ment having been stopped. 7uJ3t
for bale cheap
FOIt BALE CHEAP
1 Wagonette, I Koukuwny, 1 Doiihln
1 8t llumess (now), 1 Hlnglo Set
lliuiiHHH, The abovu am In lliit-rluxa
eoiidltlou Apply at IhUolllru, 701 lw
111(0 Wlf LEqilOHNB 1 '
BHOWN Leghorn Cocke.
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DiiY GOODS I
Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
a. J- i J.JL l. l vjj V.x v. JLSKJ
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SST EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
Telephones, No. 119.-
has. Hustace, King Street.
Having leased the stoies in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand.and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by tho late tire, and being
in receipt of Now Goods per last steamer, and more on the wav, I
am prepared to till all orders as before. Thanking tho public for
the liberal patronage beslowed on me for the past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention to all oiders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall be uleased to hgg nil mv nll .,0.
torners, and as many new ones as
S!l1l I 0 1 ll ft f 1 rtfLiMn nnl.Alln.l a -. .J
o.uuu uiunn cuiiuuuu iuiu
You can find the
Ladies', Misses' &
Leading : Millinery i House
Chaa. J. Fiahel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts.
A TWO-ROOMED Cottage,
furnished or unfurnish
ed, centrally located. Suit
able for one or two gentlemen. Apply
at the HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
ONE House and Lot on
Beietnnla stieet, a few
doors above the Armory.
For particulars Inquire within.
VRKY Convenlciil nnd
Deshnblii (Jottiiut' fur-
nlsht'd or uiifuiiilhcil, uuur
the old buHobull gioiuul nt MiiMM Ap
ply ut niJLUJIv'H AUKNi Y,
(!7r. if 118 Meinbiuit Hlve(
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I iiirciilly iiih'IiIiIihI by
Mr. UlHKi. ! !!IHI III I'JI Ml
f.ippuilw). I'liueiiiui) ui
.v.'.-.. ." p i'.v. . . .v .
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Cutter & Cane Kniven.
to this trade.
FAT ()It.Vli; 2 ) Q
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
No. oa Fort Wtreot
-P. O. Box 372.
may find it to their advantage to.
f . !ll. f ..11-. .1
iiiiuiiuiiy executeo. v
Latest Styles of
Parchasers of Lots at Pearl City wiir
Please Take notice.
'"p I1E Oahu Railway & Laud Co. have.
l nude arrnngemeuts to deliver
lumber and all klndB of Uulldtng mate
rial at the Pearl City Station at tho
regular Honolulu prices.
Thoso desiring to build at Pearl City
upon land sold by tho Compuny please
call at tbo Company's ofllce for furthet
particulars. U. F. DILLINGHAM.
Oenoral Maunger O. It. & U Co.
DU..I. M. WHITNKY Isliuppy to
UIIU..U11C0 to his patrons and
f i lends In Honolulu and eUowlinre, tltut
hencufoilh lie will be nssUtutl In Ids
denial iooiiih by Or A E NICII0L8,Biiul.
unto of the Ht, Louis Uuutnl College,
nnd for severul veins a wiiocuhhMI prno.
tloiier In Pttsiiduim, Cnllfornlu Otllue
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