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HONOLULU, Deo. 10, 181)0.
Healed tenders will bo receied at
this Otnoe until WEDNESDAY, Dec.
lllat. il 12 o'clock noon, foi tho de-
3A"tHvcry on the bunch ut Kalaupapa, 01
Kalmvilo, Or at tho Loper Settlement,
llolokal, in good order nnd condition
an inorago of UO heud of Knt Beef
Outtlo per niOtith, for the Use of the
" ' Board of Uenlth for Sis (G) Month
from tho uwardiug of tho contract.
The tender should be for the price
per pound diebsed.
1 Tho hides nnd tnllow to be the po
perty of the Bonid.
The Board of Health does not bind
itbclf to nccept the lowest or nny bid.
' By order of the Board.
733 31-171 2t President.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Kates, aiehereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes aio from
6 td 8 o'clock a. m., .uid 4 tod o'clock
Ohas. "B, WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Wntcr Workii,
C. N. Sl'ENCEIt,
Minister of tho Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor -Party,
But established for ike benefit of all.
SATURDAY, DEC. 13, 1890.
San Francisco papers- might fas
well 'make up their Hawaiian news
'from the Bulletin exclusively and
be sure of having it right, instead
of publishing items filtered through
erratic imaginations. The Chroni
cle says :
After several warm discussions
the Legislature passed a bill grant
ing members the privilege of smok
ing during the sessions.
This will likely go the rounds,
until the Hawaiian Kingdom Will
haven world-wide reputation of hav
ing a "smoking legislature," and the .
humorists will add that its proceed
ings usually "end in smoke." The
fact is that only at the four night
sittings, held in the closing days ,of
the session, was the rule of the
House prohibiting smoking sus
pended. This was done on account
of the prevalence of the festive mos
quito at night here, and was effect
ed without any discussion on a show
of hands the first jiight, the motion
being declared carried the succeed
ing nights without even the formal
ityof a show of hands.
Again the Chronicle says :
The Union Iron Woiks of San
Francisco has closed a 200,060
contract to fit out the new Ewa
The Union Iron Works of Hono
lulu closed the contract, and will do
the entire work at their fouudry,
nearly opposite the Bulletin oJllce,
Queen street, Honolulu.
When the present Cabinet came
into ofllce affairs were in a complete
tangle and the Government was both
politically and financially embarrass
ed owing to the suicidal policy fol
lowed to the line by the late admin
istration. Tho prL-revolutionary
Government of 188G left tho coun
try in an impoverished condition ;
tho revolutionary Government of
1887 went out of ofllce with all the
available revenues of the Kingdom
expended, with the future revenues
pledged to private citizens for large
amounts, and, In other instances,
with our future revenues already ex
pended by pui chasing on credit.
The result is that tho present
Cabinet find themselves hampered
at every turn and uio therforo
forced to muko u general cleaning
up of business methods and deficits
before the actual financial condition
of tliu Government can bu determin
ed uuil tho fiituru bo provided for.
To this end Investigations of Jin
reuus are being mudu, mid mi ex
pert examination of the JCIoctrlo
Light (.'Xtruvugmiuu Is now going on.
Tim ojd Government culled for im
uigimu iiuu o fiuUli llulitiiig tho
urccuY Uia nruiuHl Gommuut
litis, by intuit comiioloiil mon, lo
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nnniinri 111 iirriiiiiiir nil' iiiLiiti uiii
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With tho present plant, without lilt) j
iiituro 01 mi c.xira uuunr. nu I
the talc goes tliioiiglionV cacli nnd Will tobn lit' organized for tin- pur
every department of the Govern- j flbso ' of developing this Industry.
The claim inndo by the ndhur.ents
or the lato administration that tho
National Hcfonu party would ploo
re-nctlonary and dotiliuentnl so a
sound baU of governmental policy,
has not been fultllled. On the con
trary the National party, while
guilty of serious blunders both
within and without the Legislature,
has proved Itself the real conserva
tive element or the country ; radical
policies of hot-headed politicians
have been ignoied, and the result is
that the Kingdom has been again
placed upon a peaceful and prosper
ous basis, which is hailed with joy
by planters and workingmeii alike.
While it is a great disappoint
ment to extreme politicians, and to
late administration pailisnns especi
ally, that the picsent conservative
Government, by its praiseworthy
course, has almost entirely cut po
litical strife out of the issues of the
day, it is on tho other hand a last
ing compliment to Hawaii that the
present is the first Cabinet, in the
history of many years, holding pub
lic confidence to such an extent that
it needs and has no party or Gov
ernment newspaper at its back.
The labor question which has for
many months been more or less of a
stumbling block is being met by the
best means at our disposal. Steps
have been tak'en to enter into a labor
convention with Japan, and the Hon.
Paul Neumann left for that Empire
on the last through steamer as an
agent empowered to secure, if possi
ble, a renewal and modification of
our treaty, including certain limita
tions and conditions touching our
future labor market.
The impression attempted to lie
created abroad by the Advertiser
that Mr. G. F. AJlaidt had been
sent to San' Francisco in the Interest
of the present Government, regard
ing the improvement of the harbor
bar, upon a plan of the late adminis
tration, is entuely without founda
tion. The Government is dealing
directly with Civil Engineer Von
Schmidt of San Francisco for secur
ing his plant for carrying out the
laigo harbor improvement of deep
ening the channel.
President Harrison's message,
which arrived by yesterday's steam
er, has been most favoiably leccived
here. Sugar grinding for the com
ing season has commenced. The
Volcano continues in great activity.
The California baseball club, which
arrived last steamer, have played $ix
games, in all of which they have
been victorious. News was yester
day received that a destructive cloud
burst had occurred on the island of
Hawaii causing much destruction
and some loss of life.
OUR LOS ANGELES LETTER.
At last the long diy season has
come to an end, and we are having a
light rain this morning. This change
is very acceptable to the farmers
and horticulturists in the ruial dis
tricts. The orange crop of Southern
California promises to be abundant
and excellent. In the neighborhood
of San Diego some of the orapges
are already ripe, but in this city and
vicinity the fruit is just beginning
to turn from green to a yellowish
tint, and has not yet reached the
golden color of full maturity.
Banana trees are inuch piied in
Los Angeles on account of their
beautiful foliage, but scaicely any
of the delicious fruit ripens here ;
for the reason that some frosts
usually occur in January and Febru
ary. Honolulu bananas, shipped to
San Francisco, are seldom brought
to Los Angeles; and tho few infenor
bunches found in this market come
from the West Indies and South
America, by way of New Orleans.
This fact may be worthy of the
attention of Honolulu merchants.
It is understood that a line of
steamers will soon commence m li
ning between the Hawaiian Islands
and San Diego, which Is very much
nearer to Los Angeles than is the
port of San Francisco. Shipments
of bananas of good quality would
find a icady sale here.
We have had three elections with
in a short peiiod. An election for
governor and other state olllcers
took place early in November. Soon
after, the cili.ens were again sum
moned to the polls, and by u huge
majority voted In favor of closing
tho liquor saloons on Sundays, Two
dityn aj;o tho tegular municipal elec
tion took plan', and Mayor Hazard
nil rc-cli'dud for another year, In
ull tliuee elections Jtepubllcau yoleis
wero untiu'ly successful j ultlioiigli
on the quubtion of Sunday closing
thoy were aided by tho butter cle
ment In other put tics,
It Is liullnved that Iiiidioiihu gas
mill oil liein are underneath till
ultv. By wybli'imuly huilng u plontl
fuUupnly could douhtloiK bu oh-
Idnml. At various point In
nlioul UiocUv. Mimll Juts o!
i..,k f..i iitrt ,ii uiifitii itinv nntnt
.. . . . .
jc gnlul wn, 11mtoh. Tlioru is
reason to lU'llcvo umi a coiiipnny
"With ' an Inoxhauotlhlo supply of
vhofip fuel, manufactures would soon
be established here, and a now cm
of prosperity would dawn upon this
city. A. . W
Los Angela, Cnl., Dee. 3, 1890.
Kinglake, the author of "Eolhen"
and the hlstoiy of the Crimean war,
Is dying lie hns the same com
plaint which proVed fatal to General
Giant cancer of the mouth.
Whnt would Sidney Smith-say if
he could be told lhat the British
Postal Telegraph Department uses
Webster's Dictionary-'nctu.ally an
American publication ai the stand
aid?1 Cardinal Manning has written for
Chambers' Encyclopedia the article
on tho Immaculate Conception, Aroli
dcacon Fairar the one on Christ, and
Professor Huxley the one on himself.
Truth of London says that "if deep
appieciatiou of the subject counts
for anything, it will be safe to reckon
on Professjjr Huxley's contribution
as being the most successful of this
Sir Edwin Arnold, in his first
paper on Japan in the December
Scribner's, says thnt'tlm Old and
New Japans "arc poipctually blend
ed. The young nation, which lias
only just come of flge, is ull for rail
ways, telegraphs and European
developments, including some, of the
least desira'b'le and profitable.' Yet
the older nation lives on, within and
around the Japan of new parlia
ments, colored wide-awakes, and
Parisian costumes, and from time to
time fiercely asserts itself."
According to the American pa
pers, says the Jnpan Herald, the U.
S. S. Swatara is to proceed shoi tly
to Panama, to lcceive a new crew,
which will be biought to Aspinall
by the Richmond. The Marion will,
it is reported, leave here at the be
ginning of the year, as she has al
ready served two commissions.
Meanwhile there is no news of a fl.ig
sliip. The Baltimore, which took
over Ericsson's remains to Sweden
has been ordered to Lisbon, and the
supposition is that nothing will come
out here uutil the San Francisco is
Doui'H Open at 7:30 P. II.
fi- ADMISSION Dress Circle, (re
served) 61; Balcony, 75c ; Gallery,
BY UNIVERSAL REQUEST !
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING,
Xeoomlcr 13111.' I
America's Most Gifted Cnild Actress I
Tue Greatest Lord Fauntleroy ou
Supported by an Excellent Compaiiy.
The following stiong bill will bo pro
bPiitedfor the st-coiid time, by special le-que-t
of a number of piomlno t Indies
and gentlemen, who weie unable to get
seW at first pcrfoi in Jiice :
(As piodueed at the Lyceum Thea-1
OLIVE BERKLEY' ': ; as Edltba
Last Two Acts of
" LITTLE LORD FADNTLEROY 1 "
OLIVE BERKLEY :. s ,ns Cedric
(Little L'ord 'Fauutleroy) . !
B" Sale of seats w ill commence
Thursday morning, at d o'clock, 'at
Thium's Book Stoie. Mr. J. J. Wil
liams will direct the sale. ' 730" lw
Doc, 15, 1890.
NE Hi own Horrid
Mn'ru. hi and
fciiiull in'1 ui iiocli,
IDWtuded by I rim u
lm; uinu to
nQ n u Ei
HONOLULU, H. 1., DEGMrBEfl 18, 181)0,
Auction Sato by James F. Morgan,
EYBDii Auction Sale
On Tuesday Evening, Deo, 16,
AT 7 OTMM'H.
At my Snlci-ioom, Queen street, I will
ell nt Public Auction, a large and
varied assortment of
Suitable for tho holiday, and com
prising woiks of tho follow
J. Fenimoro Cnopor's Works,
Georgo Eliot's Works,
Pootlcal Works ol LonfllsHow,
Tcnnyjon, Whlitlor, and Others.
And a largo assortment of
Linen Table Cloths & Napkins,
Linen Towel, Drees Patterns,
Umbiellas fc Parasols, Shawls,
An assortment of
"H-Ste.. 133 tc.
All to be sold regardless of
price to close consignment.
$8?" Books on view at tny Stiles
room, Monday and Tuesday, Decem
ber 15lh and lGth.
J AS. V. MORGAN,
Por"S B Australia,"
At The Beaver Saloon
II. .1. KOLTK, Proprietor.
Now Model Londi Room,
open Ail Meat :
Having fitted up (ho upper floor of
our premises as first-cliifcs lunch
room, wo are pn paied to furnish
meals of the bef-t the maiket attoirts;
cooked to suit yoin tasto. Alter tho
next ateamei, De ember 1 2th, we
will have constantly on haiyj Fioen
Oyteis, Game, Etc., Etc., in theii
step, muul.a of
Hoping that you will give ns u
call wo aie lepeelfullv jours.
732 lm '
Zu verkaufen !
Ui'bei Land & Meer,
Zur guten Sttmde, .
Weike on Miuiaiow, etc.
Nnobcies zn nifiagen in der Expedi
tion dleSL's Wattes. 7Si lw
r HAVE bought out the Interest of In
Koon Ltui, in the nun of ICwong
Ylng Wai Co., hltbeito canylnt; on a
lice plantation ut Waiuhulo, Koolnu,
Island of Oalin. All his eljlms will ho
settled by In Koon Lan.
732 3t AU TAI SOU.
NOTICE is hoieby given that Ng Ah
On, of Honolulu, has this day
puuhiifLd fiom Ah Young all his In
terest In tho genoial meieliandiFO ttoie,
t-ltuuteil on Lllllia Miei-t, Honolulu,
Island of Oaliu; llio tald Ng Ah Oil
will not be lespoiHIilu for any bills
against All Young fiom this date.
XG AU OX.
Honolulu, Die. 13, 1690. 734 01
J OTIOE is hoieby glen that Ohong
1 Gulu is no longer a manager
(fiom this du) in tho business of
Kwoug Fnok 'ial, of llunalel, Kiiiuii.
(sugar pluiitt'ts mid hl.oie k epeis), and
Mr. I hong Giimo will bu tho now op
polutid luanngi'r tiom date, mid ho Is
lljo only one w bo Is anilioil.eil to sign
the lit in nunii.
KWOXG TOOK YUFX.
llnnoluhi, Pee, 2, 1MH, 12S 2v
CHi'riiigo Iloi-HDH For Halo I
r HAVE for enlu nt
I Kiinloa Jdtnuli, 8
Young llntn'i niul
MniKK, of (lid hut
hioi'di, leceMly bio
ken to iiiiiiii. Apply oon by mall or
At Knuloii, Kooluupoko, Ouliii.
Pcooiubgi 8, 16W 7Q Jul
. (!S? 2 eyi
Watches For All !
A WlirKI.Y l'WMBXT OV
wiu, oivr. A
in UBS, I'M IBS.
These Oases nie tho hot in tho
maiket; nio gimrnutcid to be mudu
of 'I wo Plates of M Curat Hold, with
1'lato Composition hetweeu nnd will
ton j; an ran too fiom tho fncloiy. I ull
Jewelled Wultlmnt MoVemenl, gua
ranteed to keep lino time.
These Wntehct mo piefvrnMo to
gold witches, liecaiidL ill i cans nie
Htifl", and pctfeclly safe for tho move
ment. ftiaPTwrv mi mber nets his watch
within 15 week". Call and coo our
watches. It is a fine oppinlunily lo
get a oh cup and lino watch in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB GO.
A. J. SCllREIBEIJ.Manngct.
Hotel st., under the "Arlington."
Is called to the laigc stock of
Xow on hand and tn arrive on tho
They comprise eerything to be had In
many various lines.
OF ALL KINDS,
Umbrellas & Canes
Mounted In Gold & Silver,
Etc., Utc., Etc., Etc.
BSJ Store will be open evening') for
two weeks pieioti3 to Lbilstmas.
H. F. WICHMAN.
Aie icspcctfully united to examine
that now on tale by
I I WILLIAMS k CO..
(Successor to C. E.
105 Fori St. : :
Selected by Mr. II. II. Williams
in pei ton fiom the
In San Fi.ni" ifco. Ladle1! and Gen
tlemen will find in this stock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL ard USEFUL,
For generations to come, and very
CHRISTMAS, NEW YEAB,
IJIItTMDAY or IiKIDAL
g)t2'"Laige invoices lately received,
and more on tho way by sail and
bteam. 731 lm
FOH SAN FliANClSCO,
Tlie Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for llio above
Friday, Dec. 19th,
For Fiolglil 01 I'lis-iign, apply to
Vim, G, IKWIK & CO., Ld,
The l'ueiflo .Mull S, S. Co.' Finest
O HI m A
Will sail for the nbovo
pott on or
XU4jiiiiloi' 2.5 tli.
C-For fiuigin ur )ittngy apply to
H. HACKFEU) A 0QJf
Silver ! Silver ! Silver !
OUR GRAND SILVER, PEACIIULOW, SATIN WARE, GLASS WARE,
TOYS & DOLLS GIFT SALE WILL COMMENCE
Monday, Decembers, !89(h
JE3 During this sale, eveiy customer pui chasing $2. 50 worth, will
receive a handsome Peachblow, Sa.in, Glass Ware, DolU, Toys or
AST Look in our Windows and see ihe fine display of presents. -&
The Leading Millinery
PENNSYLVANIA" & N15W EASY LAWN MOWERS,
1IAVILAN1) CHINA, hll.VKR PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Also,
W ML. . FKWC S k HJTE'SsJ
Famous Gr.md Actno ife Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
Consuming; Onc-1 Jiiril Loss Fuel, cithorwootl or coal, than
any other Stuvo in i'XtHlani.'o.
i5" No Buck Woik About It 1 03 Just a Clean Cut Stove 1
Whose Baking Qualities a re Unsurpassed
nViii.ig"ULl;Lr Grates !
g$r FOR SALE BY THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co,-,
net .11-90 Fort Ptieot. oi p'. Rpreckels' Bink. TTonolnlu, H. I.
King; tli-(M5t X;iii lt'orfc,
(Next to II. E. Mclutyio's)
Hdving Removed Temporarily Will Open on MONDAY, Nov. 24th,
with a choice ltne of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Elc
g0 NEW GOODS jtibt leccived in all dopaitnionU ex-bark "V. B.
Godfiey" and "S. S. Austiulla."
tvmm,fVM. tlt lUIMAMMMtU
Special Bargains m 111 Department at
B. F. EULEttS & CO.'S.
White Protib Gooilu, in etilped, ut
10 cuuU ytud,
Vietoiiu Imwu, lOy piece, for 75
All colors Molieo Bilk, lrt anil
l,fiO, fmmmJy 42,rjO vunl.
All wuol plaid, iciluwiiJ foi 60uinl
7fi jjitiitu ymil.
SOLD AT AND gffUOW 60BT PRICE
J, FISH EL,
House, cor. Fort & Hotel streets.
ut I I
Enihrolilniicfl, iIioh lenutha, only
Knunl M piu'u.
Hlack Iuccb &. FloiiiiulngH, at your
Allblylunof Ourtaim & Dinpory,
grtMlly jediieei), r
Gen!' Pwlui wem, Wlilto Bhiili,
Hook, J!lo()E!o, " " '"