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Mr. Wray Taylor hns this day beon
appointed Secretary of the Bureau
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 26, 1890.
In accordance with Section 1,
Chapter XXXV. of tho Session Laws
of 1888, 1 have Hub day sot apart an
enclosure for tho impounding of
estrays in Kilauea, on a piece of land
situated on the Government road and
east of Kilauea Plantation, Island of
Kauai. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, Nov. 24, 1890.
In accordance with the provisions
of Section 2, Chapter XXXV. of the
Session Laws of 1888, 1 have this day
appointed J. W. Kahee, Pound
Master, to the above pound in Kilau
ea, Kauai. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 24, 1890.
T H. K
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Bui titablithcd for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, NOV. 28, 1890.
An interesting table is given in
this isBue, showing the trade of San
Francisco. It will be seen that
among the few export increases over
last year, that to the Hawaiian Isl
ands is the immense amount of near
ly a million. This fact must prove
a powerful argument to the Pacific
Coast and to Congress in behalf of
the retention and enlargement of
To-day marks another year since
the recognition of Hawaiian Inde
pendence by the Governments of
Great Britain and France. Shortly
after this eventful action by these
great nations, the United States
acquiesced in and confirmed our
independence in an official letter.
Since that time the independ
ence and autonomy of the
Government of Hawaii has been
preserved intact. The principle of
independence has permeated deeply
all classes of our citizens to an ex
tent that each and every political
party lakes especial care to insert a
plank in its platform emphasizing
the principle and pledging itself and
its representatives to an unqualified
support thereof. May Hawaiian In
pendence long flourish, nourished by
patriotism at home and justly pro
tected by the friendly powers abroad.
PRODUCE EXPORTS FROM
Following is a statement of the
values and destinations of the pro
duce exports from San Francisco by
sea for the month of October and
since January 1st:
I For Jan. 1 to
October. Oct. 81.
New York C 205,800 8 3,489,300
i Great Britain... 1,000.500 14,400,1,00
France 93,700 1,058,100
Uaw'n Islands.. 393,500 3,705,500
Brit. Columbia.. 58,200 778,700
, Mexico 161,100 1,305,000
i China & Hong
kong 337,400 2,350,700
Japan 80,400 602,200
South America. 23,400 424,500
Australia 92,000 962,700
r New Zealand... 28,400 157,400
if Navigator Is 100 41,400
Marquesas Is... 5,600 17,100
Society Islands.. 57,200 278,100
f Philippine Is... 7,000 50,700
Marshall Is 28,000
Fiji Islauds.... 200 2,000
Gilbert Islands 14,900
Hat vey Islands 5,800
Fitcahn Islnnils COO 500
Central Amei lea 177,100 1,340,500
Brazil 87,200 428,800
Panama 6,300 89,500
East Indies 7,700 38,100
Cauada 300 6,600
f Norway h00
Slheiia 1,100 141,800
Totals 83,811,300 832,442,100
In 1889 4,469,400 33,255,400
The value of the exports last
month was 81,000,000 larger than
for September, but still below what
they ought to have been. Oatober is
one of the golden mouths in tho year
in the export trado, but tho total this
year is tho smallest in several years.
There was unaccountable delay In
tho loading of vessels, and some of
tho value that proporly belonged to
October wua ourriud ovor in Novem.
lw. Compared with tho II rat ton
inontlii of J8H0, wo note a dourouso
of 11,878,000 In our trmlu with
ilumuutlu Atluntlu port, f8H6,O0(J
with Aimtr!i mid Plflil.OOt) with
Mtiu()i uiut mi liiortmHoof D7P,000
Willi Kurojwi IMUMO Willi (Jlihm
Mini MuDiiKQUtf Hlltl 1.80,000 wild
umm fiwtmi mmm m
GREW LIB SMI
Further Improvements to be
Surrounding Sottlomonts and
A. Toarl City Investment MenB In
terest In Advance.
The many thousands of dollars
which have been spent in improve
ments or invested by the projectors
are to be soon supplemented by
other important improvements which
will open up for small holdings the
whole of the beautiful peninsula
spreading out like an extensive gar
den into the deep waters of the har
bor. The harbor is overlooked by
tho best building sites of Pearl Citj'.
The peninsula is well wooded and is
something over one thousand yards
The management of the Oahu
Railway Co. has already had a new
route surveyed and preparations are
being made for extending a branch
railway along the centre of the pen
insula for a distance of about one
and a half miles. This will make
the entire peninsula accessible to
both passenger and freight traffic.
The peninsula itself is most desir
able for small farms, vegetable gar
dens and, along the shore line, for
suburban residences. The question
of irrigation there is already settled,
as two fine artesian wells now fur
nish all the water necessary or which
will be hereafter required for farm
or garden purposes and an extension
of the pipes of the Pearl City water
works will give an ample supply for
A further enterprise is to be car
ried out pn the rich leasehold lands
surrounding Pearl City. The scanty
provisions for small holdings, in
and around Honolulu, mokes it
Imperative that the increasing white
labor classes growing up in our
midst be supplied with cheap lands
upon which small livings can be
made. Already many applications
have been made from the crowded
suburbs of Honolulu, and it has
been determined to hereafter sublet
to this class of residents small farms
in the leasehold lands surrounding
the fee simple grant upon which
stands Pearl City.
Every small industry thus estab
lished, every iron rail laid upon the
beautiful peninsula below the town
site, every extra ton of freight that
is added, while adding nothing to
the desirability and beauty of the
natural landscape, will add speedily
and permanently to the value and
interest bearing power of every town
lot that is laid out and sold at Peail
The beginnings of a fine suburban
city are already established. The
location and the outward view are
all that can be desired. But the
main merit of Pearl City is still to
be recorded. Its health-giving pro
perties are unsurpassed. The bouy
ant trade wind, from which Hono
lulu is mostly shut off, blows over
the site twelve months out of the
year, giving without intermission a
salubrious and healthful climate,
free from the oppressive heat and
occasional miasma of the metropolis.
Those who have thus far invested
in lots at Pearl City some twenty
five of Honolulus best young busi
ness men have purchased for fu
ture homes, some of whom will
build next spring or even earlier.
Every young man who has n few
hundred dollars which can bo spared
during tho next three or four years,
will be able to secure at Pearl City
a home for which he would have to
pay as many thousand dollars in or
around Honolulu, A glance at tho
pioimred maps of Saturday's great
sale will disclose exactly what lots
aro offered and induntillus all tliouu
which have thus far boon purchased,
Kvoiy arrangement hug Iioun imtdo
by the Q, It, & h, Co,, to bcourotlio
tioiiifort ami conyoiiliuicu of tlionu
ttttuiMlliig lliu bale, lliihsui w hu
In uHuimIuiiuu to convoy nuroliuvur
ovvr tho (own Klto niitl Hit) iimu of
lulu liuv hewn to mtnni llml llioto
littunillnu, will lit) IhimIui) uphill)
Honolulu III NiM!ii)u l) ihjIiHiu
)inn.'lm HNUii'l fur tiiv HfiDu wlilili
Auction Silos by James F. Morgan,
By order of the OAHU RAILWAY &
LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CLOCK 1 31..
A limited number of those desirable
BullQiiiE Lots at Pearl City
The Company have expouded 820,000
to procure an ample supply of pure
mountain water, resulting in tho com
pletion of two largo Reservoirs with
storage of nearly 2,000,000 gallons.
Fiom a distributing Reservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of "100 feet above sea level, water
has been laid along Leliua Aventio to
the Pearl City Depot In a 0-lnch Cast
lion Pipe, from which water will be
supplied by tho Company at Govern
The Company will bind Itself in the
Deeds to cairy puichascis and their
families and servants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Conts Por Milo, 1st Class,
During a term of 9 years from the date
These Special Rates of Fare will be
transferable with the piopoity during
the term named in the Original Deed.
Tiains will always be run for loasonable
accommodation ot resiueuts at i can
Citv. Trains will reach llonolnhi at
G :45 nud 8 or 8 :45 and 1 1 :50 a. m., leave
Honolulu for Pearl City and way Sta
tions at 8:15 a. m. and 1:45 and 4 to
4:30 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. m. subject how
ever to such changes as may bo from
time to time found necessary for the
convenience of the public or business
inteiests of the Company. Evening
Trains w ill also be run whenever theie
is a leasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Tliosc desiiing Jots where the most
chainiiug view can be had from the
veiaiula of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Leliua, Made or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most
charming location for residences, as all
agree who have tiken the troublo to
walK up J.euua Avenue auove tne jswa
Court House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy teims
are offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for the most
limited in means, to procure a line
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 from WaikiM by the
ordinary means of tiavel, while the ex
pense for a person will not be nioie
than live cents per day greater than the
piosent cost of travel to Waikikl by
Now is your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower than they can ever be
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If yon do you will live to quote the
"hind sight" sayings we so often hear
from people who had a chance to buy
the whole of Kulaokahua Plains for a
song, but they didn't! A woid to the
wise is sufllcicut.
iST Maps of the Lots can be seen at
the olllces of the Paclllc Hanlwaic Co.,
Hawaiian News Co., and T. G. Tin urn's,
and at my Salesioom, Honolulu, where
all Cm titer information can be obtained.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
084 30t Auctioneer.
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my Salesroom, Queen stiect, I will
sell at Public Auction, for account of
whom it may concern, the following
Damaged by salt water on voyage of
importation per American haik "Wake
tield" from New York:
387-940 bbli Lamp Black
330-1 ci ate 4 do Bellows, 12 in
3311 4 " " it "
808-307 2 cases Flat Irons
1O9-170 2 " Coffee Mills
1 bill Ninth Stui Wiiili Buaulti, 1 dor.
1 bill nomeotlu 1 do.
005-1 halo Hemp I'kg, 77 lbs
00(1-1 " " 70 lbs
321-U-U BliuiksuillliH' BkIIows. 3D Iu
aai.- o3 40
a7-8!i-a " " 12 "
Terms Otiali in U 8 Gold Ooin.
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Auction Sftl6& by Jamos P. Morgan,
MONDAY, Dec. 1st,
AT lO O'CIiOOlt A. 31.,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction for account of
whom It may concern, the following
Damaged by salt wnter on voyage of
Importation per Norwegian nark
"Faust" from New York :
251 Case 10 doz Ames D 11 Shovels
27-1 " 10 " ' L " "
32-332 eases 20 doz Uadwiu D II
34-45-12 cases 0 doz Coffee Mills, No
40-tiO-G cases 6 doz Coffee Mills, No
No '11 crate 20 doz prs Wood Stirrups,
No 21 crate 20 doz prs Wood Stirrup1,
No 31 ciate C doz pis lion-bound
Stirrups, '&y In
801 case 6 doz pis Tow Cauls
2041 case 1 Only Water Cooler, Small
207-1 " 1 " " " " Large
300-3012 cases 24 gro Clothes Pins
304-110 " 9 doz Hunt's Axes
3201 case y, do. Broad Hatchets No 6
y, doz llioad Hatchets, No n
4rU 1 case 5 do. Scoops, No 4
400 l caso a uoz scoops, 3
2 doz Scoops, 5
197-1 case 50 lbs Fine Nails, each y iu
23 lbs Clout Nails, iu
47850 lbs Fin Nails, 1 In
GO lbs Clout Nails, 1 In
25 " y, in
480-1 case, 100 lbs Fin Nails, in
481 I " iuu y& "
4821 " 100 " " " 1
4841 " 100 " " " "
489-00-02-03-4 oas-es, 4 doz Coffee
Mills, No 135
405-7-3 cases, 4 doz Coffee Mills, No
5271 cases, 4 doz Coffee Mills, No 134
5C0 1 case, 2 doz W&.C Rakes, No 11
2 " " 'l " OQ
2 " " Scuffle Hoes
58s-fi29 39 cases, 39 doz Charcoal Irons
0411 case, 0 doz Boys' Axes
0421 " 12 ' Hatchets, No 1
0451 " 12 " ' 2
0 61 " 0 " Boys' Axes
82-84-85-87- I 27 cases, G? gro (ea
91-97-98-99- , case gio) Axle
714-4431 cases, 31 doz OLW Lanterns
774-52 " 1 ' " liellectors "
782-98 " 8 " No 1 L W "
79G-8004 " 0 " " 74 "
8021 " 2 Police "
8041 ' 2 " " "
853-42 2 only. Grocers' Sch
891-2- " 12 Wbe Mattres&es
893-5 3 " 12 doz W W Brushes, 4
12 " " " 0
18 " " " 8
18 " " 10
0 " " " 12
0 " " " 14
e " " ic
49C-9 4 cases, 12 doz Suing Hatches
902-05 " 10 " A P "
9141 bale, 144 lbs Bugging Twine
9.131 cabe, y do? Tailor' Ii ons
9371 " 1 " ea, 5, 0 and 7 lbs Sad
2 crates, y, doz ea, 8 and 10 Bel
lows 11 cases, Pecks' Axes
1-8 -bdW, 8 doz North' Star Wash
12-10 5 bdls, f doz Domestic Wa-h
25-31 7 bdls, 7 do?, Morning Star Wash
791 case, 4 doz Wood Lemon Squeez
ers 49-7527 bdls 27 do Wood Wash
401-32 bbls, 100 lbs Lamp Black, 1 lbs
4fl8 1 50 " " y
4701 " 50 " " i "
865-05 casos 50 galls No 1 Copal
870-12 eases 20 galls No 1 Dauiar
874-52 cases 20 galls Black Japan
87C-0-4 cases 40 glls Cabinet Flowing
9151 case as follows:
24 doz Milk Pans ea 4 14 & 3 ipts
18 " ' 1 and 2
10 " l 4
12 " 12
9160 ' " 1
30 " " " 2
24 " " 3
2 i (' ti J
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Hawaiian Tramways Co., L'd,
For Thursday, Friday & Saturday.
ON the above days tho King Street
Cars will run Every 1 6 Mlnuloi as
on Saturdays; nud on Ileietuiiln street
an exlia cur will follow mieh n( tint
oidlniuy ImlMioiirly cum, 720 It
Choice White Leghorn
mir For full particulars apply to
THEO. 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,
Koroseno Oil" ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS: - Ohlendorl's Dissolved Pciuvlan Guano, Ohlendoil's Special Cams Manure
LONDON PURPLE:-Effectual destioyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms Etc
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-ncstiojs all Noxious Weeds & Senilis. '
BAGS:-Sugar, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest iinpioveiiienU iu material and texture.
Galvanized "Water Pino, Corrucrated Iron. Fenco Win.. iSiQ i?it.. ..
Shortly expected a
flue Hue ot
IRISH LINEN !
fBiil fcMlay Gifts!
have just received a large assortment
of New Good suitable for wedding and
holiday gifts, consisting of the follow
In all styles and qualities;
In the newest patterns ;
Aften.oon Tea Cioihs,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Linen Cloth in sets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
In all sIzps with Niipldns to match
design, etc., clc, etc.
v These Goods aie all Imported by
me diicctfroui the inaniifactuieis and
aie gniuantei'd to give satisfaction to
720 tf W. . Nl'KOUM,.
IjKOM tills date Mr. Win. Lislfman
will sign our llrui name by pro
curation. G V. MACFAKLAXE & CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 2ii, 1800. 710 tf
FIRST-PLASS drcf-sinuki'is; good
pay; only experienced hands need
apply. Cornr Foit and Hotel sticols
(over Kin Hell's dry goods stoiu).
A MARRIED Couple, the wife to do
the couklug and housewoik the
husband to attend to outside woik,
horses, fowls, inllklnt:. Addiess "Ha
waiian O-tilch Farm," Kaplulaiii l'.uk;
Miitnnl 'IVlcpliium 3'J. Uill tf
,;sv ! I ' ' ui'iir
?&&& ' I'lifiiinls
ziMTiH, net eh .1 linn
town, a Lai ire
Islii'il jtniiui or
iHUliiir with inn Hi
iigui mr a miming mmn. auiiicbn
7lfi lw AMll. Jlon(ihilii,
NOTICE o A Iti'H ITISCTH I
tl HOUND mill IJIusalhm 1'luiu lor ii
1 Hiillnu' IIiiiiiu HiiIIiIIiik In hu
I'MHilDil mi tlin iiiu H Ki nil in i of Ala
ken mill iliilu)iiiilii Mri'i'l'i IU II mill
00 H. 'niiiiiiKi' ri'tii'cilwiy, inn iikkml
fur. In hu IiiiihIimI In in lliu niiiliiiiluiiKii
nil til'lii'foii' Ih'ii. Ilii Ibl'il,
, A liiootllHJ )ll lm HttMllllllI (hi
HiMlmjii iluiiHiiilni'iiji- of rfm Him
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C TRADE J
ISSUED BY THE
Oir- TVJEW YORK
UlCIl Mtl A. aicOUKUY, President.
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. WELSH STEAM COAL,
4 . I
jS ? SPECIAL
We dpsire to announce that wo have loccived per last S. S. "Australia" and
Zcidandm, a very large and utried stock from Europe and
the States, especially adapted for this market.
Latest Novelties ! Latest Novelties I
FBENCH ZEPHYRS in latest patterns,
SWISSES, EMBROIDERIES & LACES,
FANCY SILKS, SASHES & R1BUONS.
"BLACK DIAMOND DYE" HOSIERY, guaranteed fast color,
jit 3i' XTiKloT'werwr. IO.l Glovos.
"FOSTER'S" HOOK & BEST KID GLOVES, worth $2.50 sell for $2 a
S0 Get your Kid Gloves at
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, .i full rn,nt. '
BOYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN
for tho Holidays.
A largo assortment of Xmas Goods, consisting of TOYS, DOLLS.
)?K?'VUNIBESSBD & KID' WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPLDES, Etc., Etc.
LADnS ILED SETS' SACHETS, GLOVE & HANDKER
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Etc., Etc., Etc.
1 50 FAT COKW-FKD J 5 Q
Bar EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
IHri.oiKl lloti." Nor..
Ohantleli&r, Litrnpa and Luntevna,
WATER PIPF, and RUBBER HOSE,
Houea Kmpln Ooodf
PLUMUlNfl, TIN, OOWEB 4B
Acjent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & IIARNF.SS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
luinuuif, UUATB & U1L SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS.
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
RED BRICK, ETC.
CuttcrH & niio Knives.
1 - --X' -. uliijCT, M2JlV.t JCitD.
to this trade.
& FORT STKEET.
the "Temple of Fashion."
S CLOTHING, especially imported
EHKL1CH & CO.,
Corner Hole) & Fort Ntveetn.
No, 03 JTort Street.
lr. A, !? lilny Htroet.
and Tin Ware
ih Ft Hmmltt,