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DAliA BULLETIN : HONOLULU,. Hi 1., NOVkBER 12, IBiMJ.
Sale ot Additional Building Lot on
South Slope ot Punchbowl Hill.
On THURSDAY, Nov. 13, 1890, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
ot Aliiolani Halo, will bo sold at Pub
lic Auction, Twenty-live Lots, Bitunto
on the South Slope of Punchbowl
Hill along Alapai anil above Kinau
streets, varying in awe from 90x100
ft. to 110x200 ft.
Upset price Varying from $150
to $500 each lot, according to size
The terms and condition of sale
will be cash, or at the option of the
purchaser, one-fourth cash, and the
remainder in equal installments pay
able in one, two, and three years,
with interest payable semi-annually
at the rate of seven per cent per
The purchaser must within one
year from the date of purchase en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from the Go eminent pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued for
the land upon final payment of the
A map of the Lots can be seen and
full particular learned at the Land
Streets have been laid out and
graded, and water mains have been
or shortly will be laid adjoining all of
the above Lots.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 10, 1890.
OFFICIAL NOTICE !
Their Majesties the King and
Queen will hold a reception at Iolani
Palace, on SATURDAY, the 15th of
November, from 10 a. m. to 12 o clock
The order of reception at Couit for
that day, will be as follows..
The King will receive the hooku
pus of the people from 6 o'clock to
8 o'clock a. m.
At 10 a. in. The several Hawaiian
Societies will be receied.
At 10:.l0. -The Hawaiian public.
At 11 a. m. The Chancellor of the
Kingdom, His Majesty's Ministeis,
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
Representathes, accredited to the
Court of Hawaii.
At 11:45 a. m. The Cousnl.u
At 11 :55 a. m. Government Offi
cials. At 12 m. Rear-Admiial George
Brown, U. S. N., and StatT, 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 the
Palace between the hours above
stated and be presented during the
intervals between the official presen
tations. On Sunday, the 16th inst., at 10
o'clock a. m., the Court will attend
divine service at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral. Office of His Majeoiy's Chamber
lain, Iolani Palace, November 7th,
1890. 704 td
Tux Payers in this District are
hereby notified that the Taxes for
the current year will bo due and pay
able at the Office of the Tux Assessor
and Collector in the Kupuaiwu Build
ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
The Office is open from U a. m. to
4 p. in. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amountB over $10 must be paid
in U, H, Gold Coin 01 Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Deposit.
Tuxes not paid before tlio lfith day
of December next will be liable to
unit with 10 per cent, routs added,
T, A. M.OYU,
Dtipnly AxHtissni' uud ('olloclor of
Taxes Ditiipt uf Kuiiii, Inland of
Mi)ur of PIliaiH'it.
laj'WUXJIXJ-JXOXLJ''-''1"-''"' " ininiuw "in iiiwiniwr- 'TT
Humww, II ! Auh W ItelMi.
Unta ul W'm I'ji.llw hj
water for irrigating purposes are from
C to 8 o'clock A. M., and 4 to G o'clock
Chab. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
O. N. Spknckk,
Minister of the Inferior.
Paul K. Kauimakaole, Esq., bus
this day been appointed Notaiy for
the Second Judicial Circuit of the
Kingkom. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interioi.
Interior Office, Nov. 0, 1890.
John Riclnudson, Esq., bus tlita
day been appointed Notary foi the
Second Judicial Circuit of the King
dom. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 8, 1890.
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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12, 1890.
The Legislative Committee on
Unasstened Landa reported this
morning. They recommended les
toring to the Crown Land Commis
sioners those certain lands which L.
A. Thurston, when Minister of In
terior, attempted to alienate, from
the Crown Lands, for Government
uses. These lands have been held
undisputed as Crown Lands for more
than twenty years, covering several
The Committee on Unassigned
Lands, appointed by the present
Legislature, are strictly nonpartisan
and have gone thoroughly and con
scientiously through the numerous
details and facts in order to arrive
at a just, honorable and equitable
settlement of the question. It is a
question, which under the political
custom and law of, Hawaii should
never have been raised, and was
only made possible by the use of the
illegal and obnoxious one-manpower
developed by the late and
justly condemned Minister of In
terior. The argument has been raised
that the Government has held con
trol of the lands in question for the
past year or more ; the fact is that
these lands have been held in abej
ance, under a protest, entered witli
the late Minister of Interior 03' His
Majesty, until the equitable right
and title thereto could be investi
gated and justly settled by the
Legislature of 1890.
This result was happily accom
plished this morning, when the
Legislature adopted the report of
the Committee on Unassigned Lands
by a large majority of votes without
reference to party lines.
Notwithstanding the attack of the
well-known "legal editor" of the
Advertiser this morning, the good
sense and justice of the House pre
vailed, and another of Mr. Thurs
ton's "rule-or-ruin" propositions
has been sent to political limbo where,
in the name of honor and justice, it
fairly belongs. It is generally ad
mitted that ever since the late Min
istry were forced to retire from
office, Mr. Thurston has repeatedly
used the Advertiser as a means for
defending his headstrong and boyish
course and extreme partisan policy,
which, united, have come so uear
bringing our political and industrial
interests into disrepute abioad and
into open &nd serious conflict at
G. A. ft. PRESENTATION.
The Geo. W. Do Long Pout, No.
45, will forward by the steamer Ala
meda next Saturday to the Abraham
Lincoln Post No. U, Q. A. R De
partment of Mann, Cliur'iwtjm D'"
tiict, Boston, a most elegant gavel
made nut of fourteen kinds of the
handsoineiit Hawaiian woodH. Tho
handle of the gavel in tipped with po
Hidied whale' tooth and upon Die
other end in placed a curved silver
plate homing tho woid"Aloha Nui,"
Tlio gavel in tho workmanship of Mr
Win. K. Huriick mid will bo on ex
hibition, until tint Alameda JhuIIk, jn
tho tdiow window of thuPuciliu Hunt
wuro G'o,V btoro on Foil Htreet.
The pri'Huittation in made by the
Geo, V, J)o Jmu yutl iu appieeia
tiou of Die courK-fcifB (xtonded to
their live delegate nt'ul io )oh(ou
labt Kupleiiiber to Did twunty-finijlji
Nutlouu) KiM'iimpmwit, Tlio fol)ow
ing l Hi" lot(t wjili'li will iimiiii'
puny ilu1 kuh'I ninl it will xurvo nu
iur limn (iiillmuy woiiU Mi noiiyey
llio ini'i iiiipuHiiri. uf tint filniiil'
ulllp of (iil iltinui'ik ninl lliiiii'iinli
hIiIc Mliliitii' luu Mlili'li only follow
tvlmifl (uiiiiniiluii liiiw iiuyiinil uwi
Hip Iiiiii- uf iIihiIIi uniliUi iln IIiiiih
urn) miiiil'" nf llu'ii iiiilloiinl run
ham Lincoln Post No. 11, Q. A.
It., Department of Mnssachusutl,
Dear Comnules At a tegular
meeting of this Post held Oct. 14th,
wo,the undeisigned,were appointed a
committee to picpare and present to
you a gavel, composed of some of the
woods indigenous to this island. Wo
prayyou to accept it,notforils intrin
sic value but us a token of our upitiu-
cm lion of the many eouitcucs and
the generous hospitality extended to
our representatives, who weie so
fortunate as to be your guests on the
occasion of the 24th National En
campment of the G. A. R. As the
sound of this gavel shall cull you to
duty from week to week, let it re
mind you of your comrades oi ino
advanco picket, and be assured that,
although we arc encamped moio
than 2000 miles beyond the Union
lines, yet we do not forget those days
when "we drank fiom the same can
teen." Comrades, permit us to say
in tile language of our adopted coun
try, "Aloha nui," which given u free
tianslution, meaiiB: may your can
teens and your havei sacks ever be
full to oveitlowing.
Yours in friendship, charity
R. J. Giieksk, Q. M.,
Wm. 1 Williams, O. G
S. McKiiaouk, O. D.
The lecture on Mozart, by Francis
M. English, B. A. Oxon, at the Y.
M. C. A. hall last evening, was very
interesting. The hall was entirely
filled with an appreciative audience,
among whom were many of the mu
sical people of Honolulu.
Precisely at 8 o'clock Mr.
English began his lecture, say
ing in substance: Johann Chry
sostom Wolfgang Goltlier Mo
zart was one of the gieatet musi
cians the world ever produced. He
was born at Salzburg, Jan. 27th,
1756. His father Leopold was a
violinist of great repute. Wolfgang,
at the age of three years, shared the
harpsicord lessons with his sister
Maria, who was then five years old.
A year later Wolfgang composed
minuets and not long afterwards he
attempted to write a concerto.
When at the age of five years he
performed in public for the first time
and received a storm of applause,
he was already an accomplished
musician. Though Wolfgang play
ed before the crowned heads of Eu
rope, composed numerous concertos
which were produced with marked
success, held positions of distinction
and had won the golden opinions of
the world, he was always financially
embairassed. When 21 years of
age he married Constance Weber, a
woman who was neither Ins equal in
intellect nor his superior in pru
dence and his tioubles were multi
plied. On December ."th, 1791,
Mozart died and was buried in a
The lecture was not delivered ora
torical', but was spoken with mark
ed distinctness jn a conveisational
tone. Between the different parts
of Mozart's life musical selections of
his were rendered by Prof. Yarnd
ley and Miss McQiew on violins
with piano accompaniment by Mr.
English. A solo by Miss Dora Dow
sett followed ; then came aeleotionson
the mandolin by Miss Le Count,
which were heartily encored. Miss
Marie von Holt, Miss Dora Dow sett,
Mr. Curtis Iaukea and Mi. English
sang together, followed by a duet
by Hon, Mr. Marsden and Miss
Dowsett. Applause was frequent.
Mr. English then amused the au
dience for some minutes with a
laughable account of the characters
in "Our Ascot Party." At the close
of the entertainment Mr. English
was heartily applauded.
Auction Salts by James P. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
By ouler of Hon. K. MULLKB, I will
sell at Public Auction, at his resi
dence Puuahoti street.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 19,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31..
The Entire Household Fiiiultuie, coin
Hook Case, Dunk, Tables and ('hah ",
.Statuary, Engravings, Painting,
B. W. Parlor Set,
Larue Center Bugs, TupeHti,v Pnr
Uftri'S. Lingo Decorated Cliuiulollerrt
Inpatit'Mi hCH'CIW 1111(1 (JlllUllll'IIIS,
1 Ele'gant B.W. DiniDgroom Set
'llt (Hum Wine Set,
One Vienna Pallor Set,
Antique Oak Bedroom Sots,
With Hovelled Milium;
Multii'xxix, MoMiiilo NcIh,
lied am) Tallin 1,1mm,
i(iioii Kiiiiko & UIoiihIIh,
"o'ilB""H'ri MuulKiifn, Lei., ir,
I i'f'iiB Mmii I vb'ifimu M'i
llHI'MI'MH, H"llll'l, i;h
fiKrl'ailliiiilui' iillniilliiii U luillml lu
llllb Ml In nf .Now ninl I'll'pill I Inline
liuhl I'll lijf 111 t
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u I IU I IHKI
MW 'iJMIlW. U
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(milium1 iiunlmj lu ihii ialDi min do hu
no u)iiiiiiuiluo to ip uUiuionii r
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan,
AU.CTI0N SALE OF
On TUESDAY, Nov. 18th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the residence of Mil. .1. 11KKA
PATU, No. 8 Kukul street (ou account
of depaituie), I will sell at Public
The Entire Househ'Id'Furniture,
Comprising In pint:
Plush Parlor Chairs,
Center ite Sofa Rtips,
Plush Patent Rockers,
Cliiiudcllers, Lace Curtains,
Upholstered In Raw
Silk and Pliwhi
H. V. Marble-top Center Table,
Ash Marble-top Hedrooni Set,
Mattrasscs, Feather Pillows,
Vienna Rockers, Wardrobe,
Dining-room Table & Chairs,
B, W, Marble-top Sideboard,
Plated Tea Service,
Cruets, Knives & Forks,
1 National Sewing. Machine,
Decorated China Tea Set,
Crockery & Glasswaie,
Red igcrutor, Oil Stoves,
i Rolio Stove and Utensils
Garden ToolR & Hose,
1 Side Saddle, Etc., Etc.
Property atFeatl City
By order of the OAHU RAILWAY &,
LAND CO. 1 will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT ' O'CI.OUH. V. 31..
A limited number of thope desirable
Biliig Lets at Pearl City
The Company bne expended S20.000
to proeino an ample supply of pine
mount tin water, iPMilting in the com
pletion of two huge Rtsenohs with
stoi.igo of iieunv 2,000,000 gallons.
Fiom ft tlisti Uniting Hceivoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above sea level, water
has boon laid along Leliua Avenue to
thePeail City Depot in a 0-inch Cast
lion Pipe, fiom which water will be
supplied by the Company ai Govern
The Company will bind itself In the
Deeds to cany pin chafers and their
families and wi vants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
Dining a term of 0 years from the date
These special Bates of Pare will ho
ti.uisfeiable with the properly dining
the term named in the Oiigimtl I iced.
Ti.ihii will alwajs buiun forie.mon.ibh'
ueeommodation of residents at Pearl
I ity. Tiaim- will reach Honolulu at
G :45 and 8 or 8 ,45 and 1 1 :50 a in , leave
Honolulu for Pearl i ity and way Sta
tions at 8:15 a. in and 1:45 and 4 to
4:30 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. m. subject how
ever to such changes as may be fioin
time to time found necessaiy for the
convenience of the public or biibincns
inteiests of the I'ompany. Evening
Trains will also be nui whenever tlieio
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desh ing lots where the most
chaiining view can lie had fiom the
verspnja pf cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Leliua, Mulle or
Woodlawn Avenues: this is a most
chai nilng location for lesldencea, as all
agice who have tiken the tioublc to
walk up Leliua Avenue above the Kwa
Couit House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
Onc-i'hird in 5 yearB,
With Interest at f Per Cent.
Thus milking It possible for the most
limited in means, to pioeure a Hue
healthy residence. Distance is anni
hilated by iiillway communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
icach Honolulu hi less time than it
lakeq fo come fiom WuMM by the
oidliiarv means of tiael, yvhljo tio ex
penso for a person will not bo nioui
than live cents per day greater than the
iircsent cost of travel to WulkiM by
Now is your lime to pioeiiui
Homestead & Business Lots.at
Ai I'lh'cs hiwei'iliiiii thny eiiii hvit he
bought In Ilia fiiliuoi
Don't Lot YourOpportunity Slip
If )iim ilii vnii will live lo ijimtu lliu
"llllhl night'1 H'limWU OII'MI lli'lll'
fifilil H'niiMvlio liiul nliiuii'ii in liny
llie wlinln nf liiiluoltMliiiii I'lulii" fill' it
hiiik, Inn llii) ilhlii'li A uiml to Din
(in Mm "I Hi" MiUi'iMi In iuii ill
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lljittuilmi i'tt i'o,i Mill 'r.H. Tliiiiiii1!,
UUUttJ Wl WjUOlUilllli UIIUllllll, Ui)IJ'
Cash Assets, : : : : :
K1I1,VIII A; McUmY. 'relileut.
StST For full particulars apply to
THEO.s H. DAYIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
'STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KoroBttiio Oil "ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
'FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peitivian Guano, Ohlendorf's Special Cone Manure.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual destioyer of Potato, Cotton & funl.er Worms, Ktc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-Destroys all Noxious Weeds & Si rubs.
BAGS: Sugar, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Kinbracing the hitett improvements in mateilal and texture.
Galvanized Water Piie, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire. Pine Fittinsra. Rto.. TCtn.
Shortly expected h
Oaliii Railway & Land Co.
November 15, 1890.
Will run as follows for that day, so as
to accommodate the entile
(i:li a. tn.
8:45 a. m.
10:00 a. in.
12:80 p. in.
1 :4." p. n.
3;(0 p. ni.
4:35 p. in.
7:10 a. in.
0:40 a. m.
1 :34 p. in.
2:40 p. in.
fi:3'J p. ni.
7:30 a. m.
10:00 a. in.
11:21 a. m.
1 :M p. in.
3:00 p. in.
4:21 ). m.
5:56 p. ni.
8:40 a. m.
11:10 a. in.
2:55 p. in.
4:10 i. ni.
5 :25 p. m.
POPULAR EXCURSION RATES:
To Pearl Cily & Return
- 50 eenf8
To Pearl Cily & Return (includ
ing Bus Fare) 60 oents
To Honouliuli &. Return -
- 75 conis
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Take Notice.
'rilE Oahu Kail way & Land Co. have
I made arrangements to deliver
lumber and all kinds of Huildlng mate
rial at the Pearl City Station at the
regular Honolulu prices.
Those desii ing to build at Pearl Oily
upon land sold by the Company please
call at the Company's olllce for further
R. P. DILLINGHAM,
General Mannger O. Jt. & L. Co.
VLL persons aie hereby untitled tlial
I will not he responsible for any
debts I'ontiaeted hi my iiauie without a
Ilonoliilii, Nov. 7, 18'JO. 701 Iw
H..I. M. WIHTNRY Is happy to
announce to us nations and
friends In Honolulu and olsimlidic, Unit
i(llcefoih in will he imsUtml In Ills
ilciuiil ifimiiH by Dr A E NICHOLS, grml
null) of lliu Kt. I.onls Umilul College,
nml fur miwiihI ymun a nitci'iNful iiuio.
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fUT FOlt SALE liY THE
HAWABBAiy HARDWARE CO.,
701 Xw Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu, H. i.
- SSf li!fiiflSiaril jMUHitH9Miiili"H MJl
H YUnrmKnrM llwinrjHTM
vSA gjHg!agg' JBEcSeir !ii!!RHaliM
Granite! iron and Tin Ware !
GhandHljtors. Lamps and La.ntemss
WATER PIPE arid RUBBER HOSE,
Houao Keeping Coodm,
PLUMBIHG, TIN, GOPHER ANB
DM Khflot fron WorlT
You oiin flntl the Latest Btylas at
LadioR1, Misses' & Children's Hats,
Ayent 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.
Chair Giitt-rs & Cane Knives.
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