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Dkpaktmknt of Finance, )
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 3, 1890 S
Applications will be received ntthe
Hawaiian Treasury until MONDAY,
tlif 8th inst., at 12 si., for Govern
ment Six per cent. Bouds to bo issued
under the authority of an uet enti
tled "An Act for the Relief of His
Majesty tho King," approved on the
24th day of October, A. D. 1890; the
Bonds are of the amount of one
thousand dollars each and are payable-
in not less than rive nor more
than ten years from the date of issue.
727 4t Minister of Finance.
Foreign Oflico Notice.
Official notice having been given
that during the temporary absence
HON. PAUL NEUMANN,
Acting Vice-Consul for Spain,
HEINR10H 11ENJES, Esq.,
Will discharge tho functions of that
oflice as Acting Vice-consul, all per
sons are hereby required to give full
faith and credit to all the official acts
of the said Heinrieh Renjes, Esq.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Office, Dec. 1, 1890.
Official notice having boen given
that during the temporary absence
HON. PAUL NEUMANN,
Acting Consul for Mexico,
HEINRICH RENJES, Esq.,
will discharge the functions of that
office as Acting Consul, all persons
are hereby required to give full faith
and credit to all the official acts of
the said Heinrieh Renjes, Esq.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Foreign. Office, Dec. 1, 1890.
727 3t-170 It
Notice is hereby given :
1. That 20 additional lots .have
been laid out in Waiakoa, Kuln,
Maui, for Homestead purposes.
2. The surveys can bo examined
and prices ascertained at the Survey
Office in Honolulu, or at th'e Oflice of
Mr. Randal von Tempsky at Maka
3. Mr. Randal von Tempskv of
Makawao will point out the lots to
any person desiring to see them, for
which service he will be entitled to a
fee of one dollar from the person ap
plying. 4. Persons who may desire lots
shall apply in writing to the Minister
of the Interior, upon a blank form,
copies of which may bo obtained free
of Ijaid Randal von Tempsky.
5. The sum of $10 must accom
pany each application.
0. No applications will be con
sidered from persons who already
7. Every applicant must be of full
8. The applicant will be allowed
five years in which to pay for the
land, during which time it will be
exempt from taxes.
9. He must within one year build
a house upon the land and begin to
occupy the samo and continue to
occupy it for the remainder of the
term of five years.
10. He must within two years
enclose the land with a substantial
11. Ho must pay quarterly in ad
vance interest on tho unpaid pur
chase price at the rate of ten per
cent. Tho purchaser may pay the
whole or any part of the purchase
piice at uny time, which will Btop in
terest. 12. The preliminary agreement i
non-assignable and the land cunuot
be sold until all conditions are ful
filled and after tho lapse of five years.
13. Failure to comply with any
of tho conditions will work a for
feiture of tho land.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1890.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Wutor Privileges or
IIiobo paying Water Kates, re hereby
notified tliut tho hours for using
water for irrigating purposes uro from
U to 8 o'clock a. u,, and 4 to 0 o'clock
Ciiah, JJ, WILHON,
Hupt. Hono, WiiUtr Works,
Mliilitcr of the Interior.
Pedctd to nttther Sect nor irty,
Rut tstabliihcct for the btntfit ofalK
THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 18U0.
The people on the Plains wjll have
their lights in due time. Mr. John
Cassidy, Government electrician, is
rapidly getting over the various cir
cuits, putting theui iu order one
after another. Poi lions of the town
that never had their lights burning
regularly under tho Thurston admin
istration will soon be well-lighted
continuously and permanently.
Some time ago the Bulletin had
occasion to discuss the undor-test
oil question, If we remember
rightly, it was just after the occur
rence of several fires in different
parts of Honolulu, which were ic
portcd, semi-ofllcially at least, to
have been caused by the use of in
ferior lamp oils. The result of
agitation and investigation nt that
time led to the introduction and
passago of an act regulating th'e
matter and increasing the standard
This law is now iu force ; and all
oils landed in the Kingdom here
after will be obliged to pass a fire
test of one hundred and fifteen de
grees, instead of one hundred de
grees, as heretofore. But notwith
standing the new law the Marshal
of the Kingdom has quite lately
been called upon to reject under tho
old law some twenty-three thousand
cases of under-test oil, attempted to
be landed hero by the Standard Oil
Co. Unfortunately one thousnud
cases of this lot of oil, which includ
ed twenty-four thousand cases, the
Marshal was foiced to admit, as it
passed tho old standard of one hun
dred degrees by just four-tenths of
a degree; and this oil, which is just
as dangerous as the twenty-three
thousand cases rejected, is now
upon sale in the Hawaiian mar
ket. This entire lot of oil falls un
der the old law because it was ii
transit before the new law went into
The first lot of under-test oil re
jected by the Marshal was a lot of
fourteen thousand cases, which ar
"rived on the bark Faust. This lot
flashed at from one to two degrees
under tho standard. The second
lot of ten thousand cases, of which
nine thousand were rejected, fell
about one degree short, under tests
made by Dr. SUngenwald; the one
thousand cases admitted only cross
ing the test line by the small frac
tion of a degree.
From all that can be learned the
Standard Oil Co. is to blame tor the
attempted introduction of these under-test
oils, rather than the mer
chants of Honolulu, to whom such
cargoes have been consigned. The
community, however, will inow be
better off with the protection of the
new law thrown around them. All
consignments of oil hereafter im
ported will bo strictly tested by the
new standard. It is, in the mean
time, a duty we owe the public to
warn all persons that there are at
piesent at least one thousand cases
of dangerous oils, manufactured by
the Standard Oil Co., now on sale in
The "All Honolulus" will consist
of a picked nine from all our local
clubs. They will meet the Califor
nias next Saturday and a hotly con
tested game !b expected.
Tho committee appointed to select
the "All Honolulus" met this after
noon and determined upon the ninu
The following will be the batting
order of the nines for Saturday's
Farrell Left Fielder
Howard Bid Baseman
Powers 1st Baseman
Sharp Center Fielder
Keilly Short Stop
Creamer 2d Baseman
Leveque Right Fielder
ALL HONOLULUS, POSITIONS.
Wilder, Chan Catcher
Lucas, W Pitcher
Maliuka 1st Baseman
Whitney 2d Baseman
Davis 3rd Baseman
Thompson Short Stop
Carter, O Left Fielder
Chandlor. ,.,.,,,,. ..Center Fielder
Wodehouso, II Right Fielder
Tliu hoIu of seats for thn enter,
taiiiiuent at tho Opera IIouso next
Saturday evening, commenced this
morning at Thrum's hook storo.
Tlio number of scats void Insures a
bltf house. Olive Berkley lifts ovi
dently mode a good Impression on
the Honolulu public,
Thuiisdat, Dec. 4.
BKFOItK DOLE, J.
The Kinir vs. Ah Choy. Unlaw
ful possession ol opium. Appeal
for mitigation of sentence. The
Court sustains tho sentence of tho
Police Court, bein 30 days' impris
onment at hard labor and S50 line
and costs. Attorney-General l'etet
son for the Crown ; W. R. Cnstle for
J. Klla vs. P. Kahuhu. Damages.
Defendant's appeal from District
Court of Koolaupoko. Heard and
decision rcsened. W. It. Castle for
plaintiff; ,1. L. Kaulukou for de
Estate of Philip Milton. Petition
of Cpeil Brown, executor, for allow
ance of accounts. The Court refers
the accounts to a Master for verifi
cation and report.
Thursday, Dec. 1.
Fines of SI and 88, forfeits of SG
by two, and a reprimand of one,
were entcied for drunkenness. A
young man who was out on a time
last night left a forfeit of S50 for
The Cabinet, with the approval of
the Supreme Court Justices, has
made the following rc-appolntmonts
for the terra of two years :
D. Kahaulelio to be Police Justice
for the District of Luhaina, Maui.
A. N. Kepoikai, to be Police Jus
tice for the District of Wailuku,
M. Kcaloha to be Second District
Justice for Wailuku.
Dissolution of Co-imrtner-ship.
NOTICU is heieby given that the co
partnership heietofore existing
between J. A. Affonso aud M. F. Mello,
under tho stjle of "M, V. Mello A Co ,"
doing business at Hnnnkiu, llawiili, has
this day been illsgolved by mutual con
sent. J. A. Affonso will continue, said
business In his own name, and assume
J. A. AFFONSO,
M. F. MELLO.
Uonokaa, Nov. 25, 1800. 727 lw
wh,l ur.-OPEX Tim
Bay View Resort,
King Street, Honolulu.
First-class Restaurant ai
Saturday, Dec. 6, 1890.
B3y Single meals anil table board at
popular prices. The table will be sup
plied with the best the maiket .iffoids.
Good cooKs and attentive waiteis.
Is called to the large stock of
Now on hand and to arrho on the
They comprise eveiything to be had in
many arious lines.
OF ALT. KINDS,
Mounted iu Gold & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
B- Store will bo open evenings for
two weeks previous to Christmas.
H. F, WICHMAN.
NOW TELL US!
Have j on ever beard a
Glo) Club Concert?
Do you know that one has
Never been given In Honolulu?
A Concert for tho IteifeAt of the
Will be given by the
KAMEHAMEHA GLEE CLUB !
Yiirnilly, nrur Humid nnil
I'uul 11. IxeiibciK,
llawiiii! Opera How,
Monday, Dec. 15, 1890.
Todeli & College Olees of nil noil
will 1)0 given.
Mr Jlfrrvrd cunt foriahinnThurs.
ilur iiiiiiiiIiik, Den. lllh. V a. m.. at
jluiitim, Sifillh 4 Uo.'t, 720 td
t HONOLULU, B. 1., DECEMBER A, 1890.
Auction Sales by James F.
TO-MORltOW,, Doc. 5tli,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my 9n1est oom, Queen ptieet, 1 will
sell at Public Aut'tlou, foi account of
whom It mliy concern,
18 Bs Havana Cigars, 100 ea
Also, at the same time
100 bx 9-io Light Pressed To
bacco, 4 to lb.
" TKIUIN 0H1I.
J AS. P. MOKGAN,
TO-MUKKOW, Dec. 5th,
AT IU O'OLOUU A, 31..
At my Suh'siootnx, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction, for amount of
whom It may concern,
M. S. G. CO.,
4 28-lnch TRUNKS,
4 30-lneli TRUNKS,
17 32-hieh TKUNKS.
Damaged by salt water ou
Importation per American bark "Wako-
fluld," from New Yoik. '
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
727 It Auctioneer.
TO-MORROW, Dec. 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction, for account of
whom It may concern, the following
Damaged by salt water on voyage of
linpoitatlon per American birk "Wake
field," from New Yoik,
C & C
387-940 bbls Lamp Black
330 1 crate half doz Bellows, 12 hi
331 1 " " " 14 "
303-G7- 2 cases Flat Irons
lf.9-70 2 ' Coffee Mills
1 bdl North Star Wash Hoards, 1 doz
1 " Domestic Wash Boards, 1 doz
G05-0 2 hies Hump Packing, 77 & 79 lbs
321-3 3 Blacksmith's Bellows, 31! iu
324-26-3 t' 40 "
327-20-3 ! 42 '
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
727 It Auctioneer. ,
GREAT LAI SALE
Pearl City .Lots !
On Saturday, Dec. 6th.
By special request of a number of
people w ho wci o unable to attend the
sale at Peail City on S.itiuday, a limited
number of Lots will be" offered for sale,
at my Salcsipom,
On SATURDAY, December 6th,
AT IU O'CLOCK 00,
t-Hound Trip Tickets will be is
sued duilng this week at CO centh, in
cluding Buss Fare.
Don't Miss This Chance !
JAS. F. MORGAN,
4 COTIMOE of 4 Rooms
f and Kitchen, situated
on Iloretan l.i street.
tho Honolulu Klllcs Aunory. Apply to
Slits. J. 11. HKUNS, Jr,
720 1m" No. 7 Chaplain Lane.
IIKST-CLASS dressmakers; good
pay; only expeihjneed bunds need
apply. orn r Fort and Hotel htiecis
(over IShi Hell's dry goods htoiu).
AMAUKIKD Couplo, the wife to do
the cooking and housework the
husbund to attend to outside work,
horses, fowls, nillklut: Address "Ha
waiian O-trlch Km in," Kaplolanl I'mk;
Mutual Telrphouu 325. d'js tf
FROM this date Mr. Win. Llsluiian
will Mi;ii our llim namebypio
cunitlon. O W. MACIMRLANK&CO,
Honolulu, Nov. 25, IBM. 711) tf
VJOTlOi; In heieby ghun that Climig
L Oiiln U no longer a malinger
(from thl day) In ihu hmiliiitN of
Huong rook Tui, of Ilnualul, Kauul.
faugar plantcru mid stout keeper), mid
ilr. Chung Ouiue will lie the new ii
iinlntid iiiuinigcr from diiln, nud lie Is
ihu only one who I mitlioiUinJ to aigu
Dm Hi in uniiiu,
, , KWONO I'OOK YUKN.
Honolulu, Dec. a, 1MU, Tit Uvv
Oir- NEW YORK
Cash Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
. . JUfJHAUU A. JlcCUICOY, President, .
J For full particulars apply to '
THEO.-H. DAYIES & CO.,
LINOLKUM, CAItPKT & HUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
TAILOR GOODS. ,,, -
HOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerosene Oil " AL.OUA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Ciockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:-Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Ohleudnri's Special Cane Manure.
LONDON PURPLE:- Effectual destioyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms.'Eto
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys all Noxious Weeds Scrubs.
BAGS:-Sugar,ltlce, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest Improvements In material and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corruerated Iron. Fenee Wire. pi imts,,., t?,, x-
Shortly expected a
flue Hue of
Beaver Lunoh Saloon,
II. J. NOLTE'S,
Will be found a fine stock of '
OF EVERY KIND.
IRISH LINEN !
I haye just received a large assortment
of Now Goods suitable for weildliii: and
holiday gifts, consisting of the follow
In all styles and qualities;
In the newest patterns;
After, oon Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Ltiien,
Fancy Linen Cloth In sets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
In all stirs with NapMns to match
design, etc., etu , cfc.
ttfr ThiifO GiioiIk aie all Impelled by
me diicctfrom the inaiiiifuctuieis and
aie gu limited! to give satisfaction to
720 tf W. U.Nl'lUMUIiL.
NOTJC15 to AIM IIITJSOTSI
GKOUNI) and Elevation Plans for a
bullous' Home ltiilldlug to bo
oM'cli'd on the site S IS. corner of Ala
Ken mid llnlckaulla streets, 1H2 ft. and
U0 ft. fioiiiagu ri'DpcetlMily, aio asked
for, to he luuiihiil In to tlin iiiiili'i.lguuil
on or before Dee. 115, 1810,
A pilu nf 9100 will lie nwaidcd fur
the hem plan and a prim of $2n for lint
ftoroml best plan submitted.
86r Por ptirllculuis apply to
I'M td CoiuiulttM,
C TRADE J
r MARK Jf
ISSUED BY THE
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
xw JTOaM iJ wM'
DKY GOODS I
anitary Woollen System Co.,
Just to hand a full
CSF" Genuine Jaeger Articles are
Trade ftlark, enclosing Dr. Jaeger's
B6T Accept no goods that do
New Goods !
PENNSYLVANIA" &. NEW EASY LAWN MOWEKS,
HAV1LAND CHINA, MLVER PLAIEDWARE,
LAAIPcj. CHANDELIERS. Also,
Famous Grand Acthe Si Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OP ALL HIZEX,
CoiiHiunliiK One-third Less Fiiel,oith(3rwoolorcoul,tliun
uny othor Htovu iu oxistanco.
gj& No Drick Work About It I 0W Just u Clean Cut Stove I
Whose BakingQualitie3 are Unsurpassed
gjiT I'Ott HALE II V THE
Gouoral Asjont for tho Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS.
RUilBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
' CEMENT, LIME,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Clinff Cuttc & Cane Knives.
1."" -" """eaj uiv )bll..
to this trade.
the above wares for gentlemen
stamped with tho Diamond Shaped
not bear tho Portrait of Dr. Jaeger.
lf . IMtoTIVFCRlY.
New Goods I
Hawaiian Pardare gg4?
Fori itrwt, oppo, BpreokoU' Umk, lpi)uiu, II. I,
'S-tf, -i v
"Jo- - ! -M-fe4ita