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- A .JDAU1? ttULLMTIW J HUNOIiULtf, II. I tTOMMBKii 1(1, 1890
Foreign Ofllcc Notice.
Fohj:ion Okkick, J
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 18U0.
Bo it known to all whom it limy
concern that olllcial notice having
this day been comnuuiicatcil to this
Department by Tnio Masaki, Esq. ,
His Imperial Japanese Mniesty's
Diplomatic Agent ami Consul, that
MR. HllCOHICHI ITO
has nrriod as an Attache to the
Japanese Consulate Geneial; there
fore the Mid Mr. Hikohiuhi Ito is
hereby acknowledged as such At
tache and all his ofllcial acts are
ordered to receie full faith and
credit by the anthoiities of the Gov
ernment. J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
737 31-172 It
It has pleased His Majesty the
King, through H. It. H. tho Princess
Regent, to appoint His Excellency
HON. HENRY A. P. CARTER,
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary near the Government
of the United States as Delegate to
tho International American Mone
tary Union to be held in tho City of
"Washington, D. C.
Iolani Palace, Dec. 13, 1890.
737 3t-172 It ,
Mr. Awa,of Kancohe, has this day
been appointed Pound Mnstci for the
Government Pound at Heeia, Koo
lnupoko, Oahu, vice Mr. Kiihuhu,
resigned. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interioi Office, Dec. 15, 1890.
The above reward will be paid for
information which will lead to the
arrest and conviction of the party or
parties who shot and killed Chnng
It Sing, at Wiiimcn, Kauai, on Dec.
12, 1890. C. L. HOPKINS,
Honolulu, Dec. 16, 1890. 737 lm
OtriCE OF THE BOAKD 01"
Honolulu, Dec. 10, 1890.
Sealed tenders will bo received at
this Office until WEDNESDAY, Dec.
31st, at 12 o'clock noon, for the de
livery on the beach at Kalaupapa, or
Kalawao, or at tho Leper Settlement,
Molokai, in good order and condition
an average of 90 head of Fat Beef
Cattle per month, for tho use of the
Board of Health for Six (G) Months
from the awarding of the contract.
The tender should be for the price
per pound drebscd.
Tho hides and tallow to bo the pro
perty of the Board.
Tho Board of Health docs not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Board.
733 3t-171 2t President.
Irrigation Notice. .
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holdqrs of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for UBing
water for irrigating purposes arc from
6 to 8 o'clock A. m., and 4 to 6 o'clock
Chas. B. "WILSON,
Supt. Hono, Water Woiks,
C. N. SPENOEn,
Minister of the Interior.
TUESDAY, DEC. 10, 1890.
Our morning contemporary is
greatly exercised because the Bul
letin stated the well-known fact
that tho lute Administration "went
out of office with all the available
revenues of the Kingdom expend
ed." The Advertiser with its usual
lack of penetration supposes wo
meant by "available revenues" tho
special appropriations of the Legis
lature. We would remind tho
apologist of the late Administration
that the specific appropriations of
the Legislature were not "available"'
to the late Cabinet, und were bo de
clared by different decisions of the
Supicnio Court made upon questions
submitted to them, Had such
revenues been availabla .even the
balances of specific appropriations,
left per forco in the Treasury, would
hardly have escaped late ministerial
Wn rehcali wUliolll fcttf of silc
ccsaful contradiction, Hint CVcry
dnllnr of Hawaiian revenue nvallnblo
for expenditure by, or falling under
the control of tho late Administra
tion, including largo (.mounts of
revenue besides contingent fundi
under the Appropriation Hill, wa
spent, every dollar of it. Besides
this, lame purchases were made on
creuu ami me cretin 01 me country
was deliberately pledged for large
amounts, thus encroaching upon
and embarrassing the revenues of
As our morning contcinpoiary
seems to be either really or pur
posely ignorant on the expenditure
by the late Cabinet of every avail
able dollar hands could bo laid on,
we shall take pleasure in pointing
out, in a few days, some facts and
figures regarding this matter, which
have already been endorsed by the
Legislature of 1890.
Senator Stanford, the California
millionaire, declares he has no
thought of the Presidency. This is
certainly considerato in Senator
Stanford. While the California
millionaire is a very capable man in
the proper place, he can hardly be
deemed a lit man to lead a great po
litical party thiough a critical period
in its history. Peihaps Senator
Stanford has happily realized this
fact. The present situation of the
Republican party certainly pre
cludes that party from putting him
up as a candidate.
The prime reason why Senator
Stanford will not be an available
man at the next election is that cir
cumstances will force the Republi
cans to nominate a leader conspicu
ous lor ins Drains ratuer man ior
his money. It is not only within
possibility but within probability
that James G. Blaine for many
party and national reasons, joined
to his consummate personal and po
litical ability, will be called to the
leadership of the Republican party
in 1892. It will be time. The Re
publicans have been for sevcial
years without a strong leader, who
could and would bravely take the
Tariff bull by the horns and modify
the policy of the Republican party,
bo as to meet the advanced indus
trial development of the United
Stales, together with the new poli
tical and economic demands attend
ant upon the natural growth of po
pulation. America is not as yet ready to ac
cept the sweeping and radical free
tiade policies advanced by such
gentlemen as Mr. Cleveland und Mr.
W. E. Gladstone, and n modified
Tariff policy is all that can be ex
pected for years to come. Blaine
seems to have been the only man in
the Republican party who has clearly
seen and appreciated the necessities
of the hour, and has shown enough
foresight and ability to propose a
practical solution of the matter
through the medium of international
reciprocity. The practical workings
of the method are too well known
here to call for explanation or dis
cussion. No man who has experi
enced the results of practical com
mercial reciprocity will deny that
the policy is a step in advance of
absolute protection and absolute
free trade. It entails the political
disadvantages and economic disa
bilities of neither policy. In other
words international leciprocity
marks and meets another step in the
development and growth of Ameri
ca's gigantic industrial and political
As some suitable modification of
the United States Tariff, beyond
the McKinley BilJ, is already clearly
foreshadowed, it will not unlikely
take the form of international reci
procity when it becomes a party
and, hence, national issue in 1892.
In the meantime Congress will likely
place more or less ,of limitation
around the McKinley Bill, to sub
serve immediate necessities and In
terests, if not, in fact, to maintain a
safe party equilibrium until the
question of how far Tariff modifica
tion shall go is determined at the
next Presidential election.
May 1 beg enough space in your
valuable columns to remind the mu
sical public of Honolulu that eight
o'clock next Thursday evening, has
been chosen for the meeting of the
proposed Oratorio Society? Tho idea
seems to prevail that last Thursday
was tho day; wheieas my letter (lis
tinetly stated Thursday, the 18th
instant. I have been agreeably sur
prised to hear so many promise
their aid and presence, and I sin
cerely hope that on Thursday thero
will he an overflowing attendance,
May I impress upon those who he
sitate on account of a con.cloiiiiieau
bf Inability that tho Una nlcollntf
will be simply deliberative; further
inorc that it Is not necessary to bo
no accomplished linger to render
vnluahto ntd. Oftentimes a oieo
la neglected because it is not sue
cessful In solo music; In chorus
such voices arc, not inficqiiciilly,
very serviceable, and may be
strengthened and developed under
the artistic training of n good
leader. 1 say this, of course, without
laying any claim to being an autho
rity In things musical. Honolulu is
wellpiovldcd w ith competent artists. .
The meeting will be held in the V.
M. C. A. hnll, which is placed at
our disposnl for this occasion by the
singular courtesy of Mr. Fuller.
F. M. English, B. A.
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1890.
PERHAPS THE LAST.
Mr. J. J. Williams will hold dur
ing to-morrow and Thursday, pro
bably the Inst public exhibition of a
collection of the pictures of Tavcr
nicr, which ate becoming very
scarce since the great aitist's death.
The present exhibition will consist
of seven studies, several of which
will he for sale. The exhibition
will be limited to Wednesday and
Thuisday, as ono of the finest pic
lures (by some critics said to be
Tavcrnier's best work), a scene in
the California ledwoods, will be for
warded to the Bohemian Club, San
Fiaiieisco, by the Australia. Sev
eral of the pictures have been loan
ed by private parlies and a few oth
ers of the collection will be offeied
The following pictures, all genu
ine Tavernier3, will be placed on
1. Salmon Fisheiy in Alaska.
2. Scone in California Redwoods.
3. Birdscye View of Volcano
1. Bieakout and Lava Flow of
5. Iutcrior of Old Ilalemaumau.
G. Native dwelling, landscape
with "native boats in foreground.
7. Scene, Big 'frees in California
THE CREATEST WAR BOOK.
Capt. Macdonnell is back to the
islands, the book he is pushing now
being, "Battles and Leaders of the
Civil AVar," populaily styled, "The
Century AVar Book." it consists for
the most paitof contributions by
Union and Confederate officers, and
it is edited by Robert Underwood
Johnson and Clarence Clough Buel,
of the Century Magazine's editorial
staff. The work will be in four
large volumes, as handsomely got
up as ever book was. There will be
1800 illustrations of battle scenes,
etc., besides a large number of
maps. It is the greatest war book the
world ever produced.
CHRISTMAS AT THE TEMPLE.
Business for the holidays is rush
ing at the Temple of Fashion, al
though nothing is given away. The
goods are sold on their merits at
fair prices. A great variety of dolls
and toys will be found at the Tem
ple, also dressing cases, boys' suits,
Foster gloves, Bone's corsets, gen
tlemen's underwear, and other arti
cles suitable for presents. Open
evenings until Christmas. Corner
Fort and Hotel stieets. It
OECONL-IIANI) Ollke DesK, Table,
w unair onu me rroof Sale.
'Lulling " Post Olllce.
j&ji "PWO Nicely Furnished
jtK&S Rooms (parlor and Bed
&& room); 10 minutes walk fiom
Post Olllce, address with pilce "A. B "
Bulletin Ofllee. 7UG at
A MEETING of the stockholders of
tho Biitish Club will be held on
THURSDAY, the 18th instant, at 7:30
p. m., at the Club room A full attend
ance is lcquested, Impoitant business
being under dibcussiou.
Honolulu, Dee. 15, 1800. 780 3t
AN Industrious AVomnn to do the
wuHhliiK and eeueial housework
hi a fciimll family.
Apply at this olllce
A WOMAN to take cnie of child) en
and to do chambeiwoik. Annlv
at thl. olllce-.
K M1UKU RANCH, Kan, Ha
ft won. jbi,uuu neres i'or
'? fill tlini tin pttmi1i.a dittiliT ti
U..I.W j.... t.i.i.u.n. "I'l'V lu
IIoffJtjH For Sale 1
EJIAVE for sulu at
Kualna Ranch, 8
Young Hoi acs ami
Mai ex, of the best
bieeds, lecently bio-
keu to harncs-s. Apply soon by mull or
CHARLES II. JUDD,
At ICualou, Kooluiipoko, Oahu.
December 8, 181K) 730 lm
LOST or STOLEN
NK Iliown Sorrel
small "in" on neck,
rtmnideil by return
I lift A ltiiM'H HtiortM
Under iust Mictions from Mcs-iw. G.
W. MACFAlUiANE, CO., I will
otl'er by Auction, at my Salesrooms,
THURSDAY BYFRING, Dec. 18,
a ciiotcr, line or nr.trnrui.
Of the LATEST STYLES after Aniei
ieun and English Patleis, com
prising: FULL BEDROOM SUITES in Ma
hogany, Ash and Walnut,
FULL PARLOR SUITES in Silk
and Satin Biocado (latest Euro
pean Stvles) ;
OAK DINING-ROOM SUITES in
Oft & Ash fai'tobes,
With Bevelled French Plato Mirrors;
(verv eleeunt) ;
FANCY PARLOR CHAIRS in Silk
Fancy Toilet Tables,
(3YPSY TABLES in Block and Gold;
EBONY and AA'ALNUT AVALL
MUSIC STANDS, etc., etc., etc.
a choice line or
Cliliaiv, Gin ue-vru re.
ALSO, A &MALL LINE OF
GENUINE HAVILAND WARE,
ALSO, A FEW CHOICE
large GBHm RUGS,
And a splendid assoitment of Small
Rugs, of Axininster, Mecca, Peisian
ind Taujoie varieties.
gjSF" All of these Rugs are from
the well-known fnni of Jas. Temple
ton & Co., of London.
Albo, a small invoice of choico
Engravings, Oil Pahtings,
Water Colors, Etc., Etc.
g2S7"The Sale will commence at 7
o'clock sharp, and Goods will bo leudy
for inspection on Wcdnefd.iy morn
ing. jgSSpcci.U. accommodations will
bo made for L.idies.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
HONOLULU, : : : 11.1.
Has opened a branch of his draybig
And is prepared to undcitake
Oartiii-j, litiyin & Hauling
At all parts of Ewa.
5- Oidcrs received at Pearl City
Stables, on Firt mid Second Htieet,
Pearl City, or at his olllce In Honolulu
(With J. F. Colbuiii & Co.), coiner of
Nuuanii and Queen sheets.
$& Good stabling, with or without
board, for a limited number' of hoises.
Fort Street, Mclnemy Block.
In the very latent stylcn, and at
And olhor Piecioua Stones,
Latest Novelties in Gold & Silver
Si'i.iT Seconds, Columuub,
J Iowa iin, Elgin,
P. S, lUicTMirr, Waltijajj.
Stop Watches in Hold Hiuvun and
Store Open evenings.
Amnion Sales by Jdfnih P, Iflon'an.
ETMing Auction Sale
On tad.) Evening, Dec, 16,
AT 7 OVUX'R.
At my Salesroom, Queen dliect, I will
sell at Public Auction, a largo und
vailed utffcoitiiH'itt of
Suitable for the holidays, and cum
piMng woiks of the follow
J. Fcnlmors Cooair's Works,
Geortjo Eliot's W.rki,
Poetical Works it Uiitulcllow,
Ttnnpon, Will. tier, aril 0 tiers.
And a huge uoitiiicnl of
Children's Books I
Linen Table Cloths it Napkin,
Linen 'Towels, DroeH Pattern,
Umbicllau & Punihuls, Shawla,
An assortment of
All to bo sold rcgaidless of
price to cloe coiiRinmeut.
gjSP Hooks on view at my Sales
room, Monday und Tuesday, Decem
ber 15th and lGtb.
JAS, tf. MORGAN,
Watches For All !
ON A WEEKLY PAYMENT Or
WILL GIVE A
Jws Boss' FHM Cs.
These Cases me the best m the
umiketjuro guaranteed to be made
of 'I wo Plates of 14. Carat Gold, with
Plato Composition between, and wiit
ton guarantee fiom the fnctoiy. Pull
Jewelled Walthani Movement, gua
ranteed to keep line time.
These Watches uie preferable to
gold witches, bec.iiioc the cases arc
htilT, and perfectly safe for the move
ment. g5""TCvory member gatt- hih watch
within 15 weeks. Call and bee our
watches. It is a fine opportunity to
get a che.ip and fine wutuh in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB CO.
A. J. SCIlItEIBEU, Manager.
Hotel bt., under the "Ailington."
The Biitelcc Cream Parlons
Candy Factory & Cake Bakery
ICE CREAM the mo'.t dolleloiis
you can get at tliu "Elite."
CAKES the finest in the land, plain
or fancy, at the "E ite."
PIES a leal good aitielc, alwajs on
himd at the "Kltic."
1ANDY 'f all Muds and of the
J very bet quality, is one of the
gieit specialties at the "Elite."
t&T In fact wo keep eveiytbing per
taining to a flrst-el.iBs cnnleetlnnciy
II. 4T. WiCnM.VIS
Watch g Club!
If you aio thinking of joining a Club,
do not delay, but join now and bucuie
Monday afteruoou, December 1st, the
following drew their Watches:
Cluh 1 Member No. 3G
Oluh 2 Member No. 4fi.
Cum 3 Member No. 1.
Gum 1 Member No. 37.
Cluii 5 Member No. -17.
Oluii 0 -Member No. 11.
We Havo a Few More Places Open I
US? Parties living outsldo of Hono
lulu deshlng to join one of the Clubs
cau make their payments by mail.
ay Tlieso watches aio cuted in Solid
1 Kaiat Gold, with Hue full Jeweled
Waltlmiii Movements, and aie war
ranted to be aceuiatu tune piece.,
II. V. WIOIIMAN.Piop.
J. A. LUCKETT, Manager. 737 It
, BUILDING Lot on R-
ffliSWl the Ice WmU, DO ft. fiun'tige
by 110 feut deeps rirtfrulilu location
Apply to J. M.CAW HA, Jit.,
Iteul Kbtate A Gmieial Agent, Spice
kels 111 ck, Jtoum No. 10. 7J7 Ivy
ANY person or peruoua found ihoot
ing on tho land of KuLiihiuui
Koulii, will lie
pioseyuteU lo tho
full extent of the luw
Mu O, P, WARD,
ujuu worth (r
MmS i?BBft lf ' ''VpI
Silver ! Silvvr ! Silver I
OUR GRAND SILVER, PEACHBLOW, SATIN WARE, GLASS WARE,
TOYS & DOLLS GIFT SALE WILL COMMENCE
BST During this sale every
receive a handsome Peachblow,
Look in our Windows and see
The Leading Millinery
lew Hoods !
'PENNSYLVANIA" & NHW EASY LAWN-MOWERS,
IIAV1LAND CHINA, SILVER PLATED WARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Also,
W JMC. -A . J - 'EpsiO 5rl JESXS.9SS
Famoiib Gr.md Actno & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
CoiiNUiniiij; One-i lii ril liiiss Fuel, (ither wood orco:il,tlmn
any other Htovu in existaiice.
tD&T No Biick Work About It 1 T Juc-t a Clean Cut Stove I
Whose Bakmg'Qyaiiiieo arc Unsurpassed
lfS FOR SALE BY THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Fort street, oi
Sanitary Woollen System Co.,
Just to hand a full supply of
JG- Genuino Jaeger Articles are stamped with the Diumond Shaped
L'rade'Mmk, enclosing Dr. Juegei's Portrait, '
WARRANTED PURE WOOL I
Q- Accept no good that do not bear tho Portrait of Dr, Jaeger,
customer purchasing $2.50 worth, will
Satin. Glass Ware. Dolla. Tnva or
, , j J "
the fino display of presents.
House, cor. Fort & Hotel streets.
po. Spreokels' Bank, Honolulu, H. I.
the above wares for gentlemen