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jLAJLY BULLM': HONOLULU, H. 1, DECEMBER 5, 1890.
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Dki-autmknt ok Finance, )
Honoi.vui, H. I., Dec. 3, 1890.)
Applications will be received at the
Hawaiian Tieasuiy until MONDAY,
the 8th inst., at 12 M., for Govern
ment Six per cent. Bond lobe issued
utidei the authority of an not enti- I
tied "An Act for the IMief of His
Majesty the King," approved on the
24th day of October, A. D. 185)0; the
Bonds are of the amount of one
thousand dolluis each and are pay
able in not less than live nor mine
than ten veins from the date of issue.
727 4t Minister of Finance.
Foreign Oflice Notice.
Oflicial notice having been given
that dming the temporary absence
HON. PAUL NEUMANN,
Acting Vice-Consul for Spain,
HKINKICH REN.IES, Es(j.,
Will di.-ehargo the functions of that.
office .is Acting Vice-Consul, all pei-
sons aie hereby mpiircd to give full
faith and eiedil to all the ollicial acts
of the Miid Heilnich Uenjcs, Eq.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Office, Dec. 1, 185)0.
Official notice having been given
that during the temporary absence
HON. PAUL NEUMANN,
Acting Consul for Mexico,
HEINHICH KENJES, Esq.,
will dibcharge the functions of that
office as Acting Consul, all persons
are hereby required to give full faith
and credit to all the oflicial acts of
the said Heinrich Itenjes, Esq.
.1. A. CUMMINS.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Foieign Oflice, Dec. 1, 1890.
727 3U-170 It
Notice is hereby given :
1. That 20 additional lots have
been laid out in Waiakoa, Kula,
Maui, for Homestead purposes.
2. The surveys can be examined
and prices ascertained at the Survey
Office in Honolulu, or at the Oflice of
Mr. Randal von Tempsky at Muk.i
3. Mr. Randal von Tempsky of
Makawao will point out the lots to
any peison desiring to see them, for
which service he will be entitled to a
fee of one dollar fioni the peisou 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 be obtained free
of said Randal von 'lempsky.
f. The sum of !fl0 must accom
pany each application.
0. No applications will be con
sidered from persons who already
7. Every applicant must bo of full
8. The applicant will be allowed
five years in which 10 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 tho same and continue to
occupy it for the leniainder 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 the unpaid pur
chase price at tho rate of ten per
eent. Tho purchaser may pay the
whole or any part of tho purchase
piicu at any time, which will stop in
terest. 12. The preliminary Agreement is
non-assignable and the laud cannot
be sold until all conditions are ful
filled and after the lapse of five years.
13. Failure to comply witli any
of the conditions will work a for
feiture of tho land.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1890.
Honolulu, H. J Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
thoflo paying Water Rates, aie hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock A. M., and 4 to 0 o'clock
Chab. II. WILSON,
Hlipt, Hono. Watr VVoiks,
(J. N. Sr&NCKK,
Minister of the Interior,
; 027 U
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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, DEC. 5, 18S10.
During last May and June an un
usual number of tires occurred In
Ilouolulu. A large uiajoiity of these
were cause'd by under-test oil, as
proven by the ollicial icturns made
through the Fire Department. The
following aie instances taken from
the recotd: 1, fire in the Mer
chant's Exchange building ou May
8th ; caused by the explosion of a
hi ticket lamp. 2, Fire at Clias.
Dwight's on King street, Palama,
May 10th; caused by the explosion
of a hanging lump. 3, Hotel street
tire of i I ay lltli; caused by lhc ex
plosion of a lamp. 4, Fire on Rich
ards street, opposite the Enterprise
Mill, May 17th ; caused by the ex
plosion of a hanging lamp. 5, Fire
on Bcrctania street in the house on
the Ewa side of Kaumakapili
Church, Juno 4th; caused by the
explosion of a hand lamp. It will
be noticed that a majority of the
above explosions occurred in hang
ing or bracket lamps, already in po
sition, and hence not subject to
In addition to these disastrous
occurrences three other harmless ex
plosions took place in private
houses, during the month of May
last, viz. : One at the house of Mr.
W. 11. Aldrich, Waikiki ; another at
Mrs. Macfarlane's residence, Waiki
ki ; and another at the house of Mal
colm Brown, Nuuann street, lhese
latter explosions, and a large por
tion of those causing fires, were
caused by oil manufactured by the
Standard Oil Co.
Under-test oils may have been re
jected here and afterward consumed
in San Francisco, or they may not.
The San Francisco standard is a
flash test of one hundred and ten
degrees, with an average tempera
ture of fifty-eight degrees. The old
test here was one hundred degrees
flash, with an average temperature
of seventy-five degrees. Even the
most sordid and selfish, though will
ing to sacrifice public safety to a
personal greed for gain, will see the
force and bearing of such facts, and
their application to the present under-test
oils. The Marshal has cer
tainly shown wisdom and has done
nothing more than his exact duty in
rejecting the 23,000 cases of Stan
dard oil lately. We believe the
Marshal would have kept within the
spirit and intent of the law had he
rejected the balanoe of 1000 cases,
unfortunately admitted by the exact
letter of this same law.
With the test in San Francisco at
one hundred degrees and with a pe
nalty that a violation of the law
shall "be punished by a One of not
more' than five hundred dollars or
by imprisonment in the County Jail
not more than six months, or by
both such fine and imprisonment,"
it is hard to believe that oil rejected
here at less than one hundred de
grees test should pass and be con
sumed in San Francisco. At best
the statement is an anonymous one,
which is not likely to be substantiat
ed; or if proven to be true only
shows that the Standard Oil Trust
has, by- some hook or crook, suc
ceeded in placing a great city in
open danger of a conflagration, just
as the same Trust has shown a per
sistent willingness to endanger Ho
nolulu. If much more is said or written
in defense of this unscrupulous oil
Trust, the inoffending public of Ha
waii will be justified in believing
that consignees, as well as consign
ors, are interested in this nefarious
trade. We hope they ore not.
The absurd proposition advanced
by interested parties that a higher
test will cauue higher prices, is sim
ply another argument inade in favor
of the Standard Oil Co. The Stand
ard Oil Co. have at different times
sold good oils in Honolulu, of 119
and 123 degrees lest, at from 83
to $3.25 a case; and several non
Trust companies have sold and will
hereafter sell safe oils at the usual
prices. Tho present scarcity and
advance in prices have been caused
by thib dastardly attempt to Hood
the Kingdom with undei-test oils.
The new Government ut least de
ueivesthe praise of stopping this
evil iriilllu which ought to have been
chucked long ago, and would have
been had the late Government done
its duty without fear or favor.
THE ONLY PAPER nud by all
X oTaiM---Tlie Dully Hulli.llii M
cent per month.
The despicable manner in which
1 have been referred to In the
columns of the Advertiser causes
inn to wonder if the editor of that
paper istlesirous of stultifying him
self locally by uiigontlcmanly, un
called for remarks; ns he has al
ready done abroad by devoting a
lew fines of his paper to the beau
ties of the islands and Ihe Inei eased
activity of the volcano j; and giving
a half columu to a possible Insurrec
tion. One would suppose that n
journalist would scorn to use the
columns of his paper to defame the
character of a member of the Iratcrn
ity, and especially when that mem
ber is a woman whose articles he
has accepted, and used to interest
his leaders. If his combined duties
as an editor and a Government of
ficial do not sutllciently occupy hi-
time, I would respectfully suggest
that a work on the ethics of journal
ism might be read with profit.
Friday, Dec. 5.
A youngster was reprimanded for
disobedience to parents and dis
charged. A native woman was also
let off with a reprimand on the
charge of drunkenness, for which a
native man forfeited SO bail.
The brain of the elephant is re
markably small, not more than one-twenty-tliird
as large as that of a
human being in proportion to the
weight of both.
There are 413 species of trees
found within the limits of the United
States and Tenltorles, sixteen of
which, when perfectly seasoned,
will sink in water.
The new telephone cable between
Paris and London contains four cop
per conductors, well insulated and
armored. The circuit will be a
Of Hawaiian & Other Yitws,
I'NDl'.lt TDK AUSPICES OK TI1K
Hawaiian Camera Club
IX AID OF TDK -
SAILORS HOME SOCIETY,
Thursday, Dec. 1 1,
At H l. M. Nlinip.
Poors open at 7:30 i m.
Diess Chcle, Parquette & Balcony
fisg- Cnniago may be ordeied for 9:30.
Reserved seats may be scented at the
oflice of L. J. Levey on Wednesday, the
10th Inst , at 0 A.M. 728 lw
WILL KE-Ol'KN THK
Bay View Resort,
Klnjr Stri'i-t, Ilouolulu,
Fii st-class Insurant mil
Saturday, Dec. 6, 1890.
(37" Single meals and table boaid at
popular pticos. The table will be (sup
plied with the best the market affords.
Good cooks and attentive wnlleis.
Is called to the large stock of
Now on hand and to arrive on the
They comprise everything to be had In
many nrlcnis line.
OI' ALL KINDS,
nil oi on mi:
Mounted in Gold & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
f& Store. will ho open eyouliign for
two uieU pievlous to Christmas.
7ii7 :iw H.F, WICHMAN.
Dissolution of t,'o-i)iirliMr-
Vf OI'ICK Ik hereby given that tho co
JLi partnership hcietofoiu rxWtiii;:
between J. A. Affouto ami M. F. Mclln,
under the ntylu of "M. K. aiello A i 'n ,"
doing business at Ilonokit'i, Hawaii, ha
thU day hi-en dixgolvcd hy mutuiil con
tent. J. A. Affnii8ii will continue Bald
business In lilu own name, and afHiiiue
J. A. A1TONSU,
M. F. MKM.O.
llouokua, Nov. -'5, M0, 727 lw
1 1 A. W.AXI.A.IV
Base Ball Grounds !
MTUntr omm nt o'cloul,-V
AT U:IIt O'CLOCK.
(The "All Honolulu!" will coinprUu a
nine picked from the Hawaiian
A SEMES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized hi Pan Franclco by Mr.
Frank L. Iloogs and Is composed of the
very best of llaso Ball Playeis especial
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
and Tin: oi.uiis of Tin:
Hawaiian Base Ball Leape
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Season Tickets (Including reserv
ed .seat) $3 60
Single Admission 50
Reserved Chairs in Gland Stand
iili en as
B. No charge for canlage
fig?" Reserved Seats ou sale at the
Hawaiian News Co. 724 lw
America's Most Gifted Child Actress 1
The Gieatest Lord Fauutleroy on
Supported by an Excellent Company.
The following strong bill will be pie
seuted: First production lu thU city
of the Charming Sketch:
" EDITH A'S BURG LA It!"
(As produced at the Lyceum Thea
tre, New Yoik).
OLIVE UEKKLEY : : as Edltha
Last Two Acts of
"LITTLE LORD FAUMTLER0Y1"
OLIVE ISE1UCLEY : : as Cedrlc
(Little Lord Fauutleroy).
8Sy- Sale of seats will commence
Thursday morning, at 1) o'clock, at
Tin inn's, liook Stoic. Jlr. J. J. Wil
liams will dhei-t the sale. 724 lw
NOW TELL US!
Have you ever heard a
Glee Club Concert?
Do yon know that one has
Never been given lu Honolulu)"
A Concert for the Henclit of the
Will be given by the
KAMEMEHA GLEE CLUB !
J. W. Vnr :illcy, Ohcut lleiold ami
I'au I It. Itiiibiic,
Hawaiian Opm llousf,
Monday, Dec. 15, 1890.
Yodelfc & College GIpph of all koiU
will ho given.
CQf Jli'SPived tipntM fin Bale onTliiits
dny moniiii'.', Dec. 11 lb, 'J A. t,, at
Uuiihou, Smith & Co.'s. 720 td
ALL rliiliiniulB to lots lu Kaplolaul
Paik, hituate between the polutg
he-low spccllled, mo hereby requested to
exhlbjt theii leases or evidences of hiicIi
nwiu'ihi), to the undersigned at mice,
in order to pi event the disposal of said
lots to pieseul npplicaiti', vU;
lt Situate on maiika iiialii avcniiu be
tween tliu piciuUc8 occupied by Jus,
Uodd and the iioint(y ami home
stead of James Campbell. Xiim
beied on l'mk map from nr to KO
2d Situate on uiukiii main avenue be
tween the premlM'R and honiiMcud
foinieily occupied hy U. V. Mao
farlaue and the properly of Jiimu-i
Campbell, Nutuhuied on I'nik map
from Oil to 1(H) Inclusive.
Hy onlcr of the Ilouitl of Directors.
W. M. GIKFAJtD,
727 2rr rioc'y KspioUul I'm k Amo,
ill Til 11
111 I IM
OF IVJEW YORK
Ca&h Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
JKIUIIAUH A. McUtmOY. I'ri'NtiUiit,
ay- For full particulars npply to
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUUS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
HOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KeroHcne Oil" ALOHA." ,2JS225 CluifT
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peiuvlan Guauo, Ohlendorl's Special Cane Manure.
LONDON PURPLEt-KiTcctual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Woims, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys allNoxlous Weeds & Scrubs.
BAGS: Sugar, Rice, Paihly. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latent Improvements lu mateilal and texture.
Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc , Etc.
Shortly expected a
line lino of
Beaver Lunch Saloon,
Will be found a flue stock of
OK EVERT KIND.
CIGARS, CIGARETTES k
721 TOII 1CCON. I m
IRISH LINEN !
I have jiiRt received a large assoittnent
of New Good sultabln for wcddiu; and
holiday gifts, consisting of tho follow
In all stales and qualities;
In the newest patterns;
After ooti Tea Cloths,
In Silk & Linen,
Fancy Ton els,
Fancy Linen Cloth lu sets,
DamaoK Table Cloths,
In all bI.i'k wlih Napkin to mutch
design, etc., etc , etc.
ts' Thei-e Goods are all Imported by
me duect from the iiiaiiiifacliiicis and
aie guiiaulecd to give Mitisfactlou 10
720 tf V. J. Nl'lUHJMi.
N OT1 OlTtoA lV'"HTTBOT8 !
GItOUXI) and Elevation Plans for a
SiiIIoib' Home Iluildiug to he
elected oil t lie, sto rt 12, corner of Mil
ken and Ualekauila htrcets, I!t2 ft. and
lo ft, f loutiigii icspccllvcly, tun asked
for, to lie handed hi to the uiidi'ilgued
011 or bcfoiu.Doc. ir, IBHO.
ApiUeofglOO will be awnided for
tho btr plau and a prlzo of 62.') for th
second best plan submitted,
ttaT For piiitlciilars apply to
(', M. COOKIC.
S. .M. DAMON,
I'M td Committee,
I TRADE J
ISSUED 111- THE
HE INSURANCE COMPANY
Just' to hand a full supply of
BSF Genuine Jaeger Articles are stamped with tho Diamond Shaped
Trade Mark, enclosing Dr. Jaeger's Portrait.
WARRANTED PURE WOOL!
S6T Accept no goods that do not bear tho Portrait of Dr. Jaeger.
New Seeds !
PENNSYLVANIA" & NKW EASY LAWN MOWJ3KF,
UAV1LAND CHINA, MLVER 1M.A IKDWAHE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIEKH. Also,
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel C ooking Ranges
OF A.i.1. SJIZICH,
(JoiiHiiiuiiifOiic- hint Ltvss Ftiol, oithor woodorcoul, tlitui
any othiH' SLivn in uxlHtance.
gjOT No Brick Work About It 1 0T Just a Clean Cut Stove I
Whose Baking Qualities are Unsijrpassegj
0T FOB BALE UY TUE
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
lll'DDKR COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
FIRE BRICK, .
RED BRICK, ETC.
Ciiitrs fe Omn Ki.iv..u
to this trade.
tho above waras for gontlbmon
lf . TMTeirSlKR.rTr.
New Goods !
Hawaiian Hardware Qo., ; ; ,
Fort utrtivt, oppo. KprckU' Buiik,.IIonohUuflilIli;