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Senlml lender will bo rooelvcil nl
the lntr-rlm OlUno tmtU SATUH
DAY. Decfrmboi 27lh, 185)0, ul VI
wVUh'U noon, fnr ftirnlnhlng lo the
Iiimuh' Asylum tho Mipplies named
in tliu following roliuiluloM for Iho
toi in of ix months from January 1,
Itr.tlUIUKMKNT, BAY :
llecf, Fiet.li 4,500 lbs
Uccf, Corned 1)00 "
llecf, Prime (.00 "
llread, Saloon -100 "
Bread, Fros.li Loaves 650 "
Urooins, Steamboat doz
Unking Powders J case
Heatis t bag
Codfish ."100 '
Flour flj cks
Firnwood 3 cords
Mutches 1 gross
Macearoni and Vermicelli. ,1C lbs ea
Meal, Oat and Corn '. 100 lbs
Onions 2 crates
Oil, Keroseno. ,,, 5 cases
Potatoes 4 bags
Salmon, Salt ,
Tobacco 2 kegs
Tea 1 box
Tomatoes, Canned f . . . 3 cases
Bran 5 bags
Middlings 5 bags
Kolled Barley 5 bags
Blankets 15 prs
Frocks and Pants (Cal. Over
alls) 15 "
Hats, Straw 15 "
Shoes G "
Bids must be made for the items
of eacli schedule separately.
All supplies must be delivered at
the Asylum in sucli quantities as
from time to time required aiid sub
ject to tjie inspection and approval
of tho Medical Superintendent or his
All tenders must be endorsed,
"Tender for Supplies, Insane Asylum
Tho Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept tho lowest
or any bid.
: , 45r-iT7-T31.OTi ( E It,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Oflice, Dec. 22, 1S90.
In aecordance with Sec. 1, of Chap
ter XXVII of the Laws of 188G.
All persons holding water privi
leges or Chose paying water rates, are
hereby notified that the water rates
for Urn term ending June 30, 1891,
will be due and payable at the office
of the Honolulu Water Works on the
first day of January, 1891.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due,
will ho subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Itaj.es aro payable at tho office of
the Honolulu Water 'Works, in the
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1890. 741 tf
Sale ol Government Land at
Omaopio, Eula, Maui.
At 12 o'clock noon, on MONDAY,
January 19, at tho front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale will bo sold at public
auction a piece of Government land
bitnato at tho upper end of Omaopio
in Kula, Maui, containing an area of
391 8-100 acres, a little more or less.
Uphet price $1000.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
THURSDAY, December 25, 1890,
being OhristmaB Day; and THURS
DAY, Jan. 1, 1801, being New Years'
Day, will bo observed as public holi
days, and all Government ollices
thtoughotit the Kingdom will be
closed on those days.
O. N. SPENCER,
Miuistei of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, Deo. 18, 1890.
The above reward will bo paid for
information which will lead to tho
arrest and coinJetion of the party or
purlieu who idiot and killed Clinng
1 Sing, at Wiiiuteii, Kauai, on Due.
J2, IbllO. C. L. 1IOPK1NH,
nunjj w r 3iL .isar
Honolulu, It. I., Aug. It, 1800.
HoUtofa of Wtilor PilVllflgon or
iIioju paying W'nlor UitUtMiolioivuy
liottfloil Hint tho home for iiMng
witter for tritgnllttg pmpoMHtntti from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m.i mid 1 to 0 o'clock
Ohak. 11, WII.PON.
Sttpl. Hono. Water Works,
0. N. SfKNCKH,
Minister of the Interior.
'V 1 1 Id
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But estailithed for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, DEC. 22, 1890.
WHERE IS TARAWA?
The new schooner Tarawa, being
constructed by Alexander Hay at
his Oakland-creek shipyard, is Hear
ing completion and will bo launched
in aoout ten days. She. is destined
for the Hawaiian Islands, after one
of which she has been named. Her
measurements are: Length overall
100 feet, on the keel 90 feet, beam
27 feet and depth of hold 7A feet.
S. F. Call.
CHARLIE'S CHRISTMAS BOX.
It is time to make up "Charlie
the Lookout's" Christmas box. Con
tributions will be received at the
Hawaiian News Company's store.
Charlie Peterson is.the man to whom
the community is indebted for
prompt announcements of all the
steamer arrivals day or night. His
position is a lonely one, his stipend
is small, and none better deserves
to be remembered at this season.
To-morrow evening at 8 o'clock
Mr F M English will read a paper on
"Christmas Customs and Christmas
Carols." Examples of carols will
accompany the lecture. The pasto
nil symphony from Handel's Mes
siah will be played on the organ.
Owing to the indisposition of Miss
Nolle tho programme has been
slightly changed and tho perform
ance will conclude with a humorous
sketch entitled "Mrs Sutherland
Tomkyns at Home."
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Dec. 21 Dr. L. C. Lane, Mrs.
L. C. Lane, San Francisco, Chas.
Griffeth, Sydney; Mr. and Mrs.
Manifold, Scotland ; Dr. C. L. Stow,
England ; Geo. Evans, New Zea
land ...'Loula-A.-BilQnl TwhJuii ; Jr
Harris-Edge, Marian Harris-Edge,
England ; It. M. Stephenson, Eng
land ; C. de Ccdcrcrantz, C. de
Ulfsparre, Samoa; Count Wacht
raeister, Sweden ; J. A. Kcil, Chi
cago ; A. W. Leshi, Helena. Mon
tana. WAIMANALO LEASE RENEWED.
The Commissioners of Crown
Lands have renewed their lease to
the Waimanalo Plantation. There
were eight years of the old lease at
8300 a year to run, which are waiv
ed by the company in behalf of the
new agreement. The new lease is
for the term of thirty years at $1500
a year, which is 8500 more than the
company was able to get a renewal
at some time ago. There is an area
of about 1200 acres of cane land in
the leased estate.
HOLIDAY SALE THIS EVENING.
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold a con
tinuation sale this evening of the
English furniture, rugs, paintings,
music boxes, bric-a-brac, glassware
and crockery. In addition he will
offer a fine lot of toys, dolls, ladies'
dress patterns and a general variety
of goods suitable for holiday pres
ents. To-night's sale will be the
last of the season and the articles
to be offered will undoubtedly attract
a large attendance. Sale will com
mence at 7:30 o'clock sharp. Special
accommodations have been arranged
S. S. ALAMEDA.
S. S. Alameda, Capt. H. G.
Morse, discharged San Francisco
pilot Dec. 14th at 7:50 p. m. Dec.
18th, 2:40 -p. in., lost one of tho
propeller blades. Same day, 7:15
p. in., passed a steamer bound cast.
First four Mays strong S. 15. and S.
W. winds, with a heavy swell from
the N. W. Thence moderate winds
and sea with rain. Timo, G days
22 hours 10 minutes. The Alameda
resumed her voyage this morning at
eight o'clock, sovcral passengers
having been added to her list from
this port. The propeller was exam
ined by a divct hero who found that
only a part of the blade was broken
VIOLATED THE WHOLESALE LAW.
Jacob Lyons was tried before Po
lice Justice Foster on Tuesday last
for "selling tho goods of a foreign
house, as its agent or representative,
In Honolulu, within six months past,
without having a license as required
by Chap. 55, Laws of 1888." For
himself defendant testified that lie
carried a stock of goods worth from
$7000 to 815,000, that he was domi
ciled in Honolulu, and was not a
commercial traveler. Ills sales aver
aged 82500 to 83000 a mouth, Judg
ment reserved at the time has been
given Hulling defendant guilty and
sentencing liiiu to pay a line of SAOO
mid 8,'1.50 costs. Annual noted; U.
L. Carter for prosecution j J. M.
JDuvldbOu or dufoiidiiut.
Gocb to Montoroy tuid will
Visit Southorn Califoiiiio.
Absurd Rumors of on Annexation
Sohomo Omolally Denied.
Minister Carter Roaches San Franciico.
San Fkancisco, Dec. 14, 1890.
Since the arrival of His Majesty
tho King of all the Ilawaiis, ho has
been the recipient of constant atten
tions by both tho newspapers and
society people of San Francisco.
The newspapers, or private lotlcrs
from Honolulu or some other per
sons inclined to gossip, have started
various ridiculous rumors about
schemes of annexation, barter in
treaties and other absurdities totally
unfounded and already officially
contradicted here and by Hon. II. A.
P. Carter, Hawaiian Minister to
Washington. It is quite true Mr.
Carter arrived in San Francisco this
afternoon (14th) but merely to pay
his respects to the King.
The San Praneisco Chronicle's at
tempt of Dec. 10th to throw dis
credit upon Minister Caiter s state
ment is without basis and the alle
gation of the same paper that the
King will start for Washington in
January is entirely without author
ity, as was learned by your corres
pondent after strict enquiry. I am
authorized to state that the date for
King Kalakaua's return to Honolulu
will be shortly announced and will
be sent to Honolulu by the steam
ship China, which I believe is due
there upon Christinas Day.
The King has been enjoying his
visit in a quiet way and on Monday,
the eighth instant, spent the greater
portion of the day at his Hotel,
where he received a large number of
callers. On Wednesday evening,
the tenth instant, His Majesty was
banqueted by the Union Club and
upon next Tuesday eveuing, the six
teenth instant, he will be entertained
by the Bohemian Club. The enter
tainment of the Bohemians will be
one of the grandest affairs ever wit
nessed in San Francisco and will be
JinL'i j" tllf nnw Huhemian Club
room. Among the members of this
Club the King has many personal
fiiends who will take a leading part
in the festivities, viz. : Mr. Joseph
D. Redding, Col. A. G. Hawes, Mr.
George T. Bromley, Mr. J. D.
Spreckels, Judge J. II. Boalt, Mr.
J. A. Thompson, Hon. Janjes G.
Fair, Col. H. T. Brady, Mr. Henry
Heyraan, Hon. Win. T. Alvoid,
President of the Bank qf California,
Gen. W. II. L. Barnes and many
others. It will be remembered that
when the Queen visited the United
States some four years ago the
Bohemian Club extended to herself
and suite many courtesies, amotig
which was a private reception and
entertainment after the Queen had
attended the opening of the San
Francisco Art Association. a
On Wednesday morning, the lGtli
instant, the King and suite, accom
panied by Hon. H. A' Widemann,
who remains over until the next
steamer in order to visit Southern
California with tho King, will start
for Monterey, where they will stay
until the morning of Saturday, the
20th instant, when they return to
San Francisco. The Royal party go
to Monterey in a special hotel car
placed at their disposal with the
compliments of Col. Fred. Crocker.
President of the Southern Pacific
Immediately upon the return of
the King from Monterey the Royal
party will Btart for a visit to the
various cities of'Southcrn California,
as the guests of Col. Fred. Crocker,
During the trip the party will sleep
and take meals in Mr. Crocker's
splendid hotel car.
On the evening of tho 9th instant
the King and suito attended the
Baldwin Theatre to hear tho "Bohe
miau Girl." A large and fashionable
audience was present.
On Friday, the 12th instant, a
grand military review of three local
regiments, numbering over 1200
men, of tho Second Brigade of the
National Guard, under command of
General J. T. Cutting, was held be
fore his Majesty. The review took
place in tho Mechanics Pavilion.
Fully G000 people were present and
tho affair is considered by San Fian
ciscans to have been one of the most
brilliant ever held here.
At 10 o'clock the same evening
tho King and suite attended the an
nual charity ball given by the Wo
men's Exchange in aid of that So
ciety's building fund. The affair
was a great success and over GOO
people were present. Among the
dancers were noticed Miss Ida
McKiuley, daughter of the Hawai
ian Consul-General, who wore pink
silk, with over dress of black net
cinbioidered in pink; Miss Ives,
white gauzo, ilecoialed with pink
and white daisies; and Mrs. J. B,
Sutton, black velvet, gold cmbiold
Among the gentlemen present
w ere :
King Jvulakiiiiu, Colonel Mucfar-
j June, the JCl'jg'uehuiuberluIn, Colonel ,
I liakor, tliu Klng'u uecretary ; Consul 1
I). A. MfllflnloVi Clilnf JtiMleo
Oiliuuratitr. of Hntnoiu General do
Ulfxpntto. Admiral HrmMi itiitl Mnff,
General (llbliou, General Hacking,
Odinrnl Chandler, Colonel Nnrila,
Colonel Htirton, Colonel tfnxc, Cap
lain llnotli, Liiniti'imnt hovering,
General Cutting anil staff, Colonel
Dleklinon ami stall', Colonel Mul)on
aid and staff.
Satuiuuy, Dee. 20.
Nnrclsse Perry was fined SOU and
costs for assault and ballet y on his
wife. Appeal noted.
Monday, Dec. 22.
J. Feminities Piementes was re
primanded for being found on the
premises of Chas. Lucas nl night
without lawful excuse.
Knhanu was remanded till to
morrow on the snme charge as the
former with regard to the house of
The drunk list comprised thirteen
forfeits of SG each, and one line of
80 and soven lines of 85 each, in
Kaniho, pleading guilty to viola
tion of the law relating lo fishing
with explosives, was sentenced to
pay $50 fine and 81 costs. Two
co-defendants were not prosecuted.
J. L. Kaulukou lor defendant noted
Practically all Honolulu society
attended the reception of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Hay WodehotiHOj Jr., at the
residence of the bride's father, Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, "Ainahau," Wai
kiki, Saturday afternoon. The
couple received the callers, standing
at the opening of a glazed alcove at
the head of. the dining hall. Over i
their heads was the legend "A. 1'.
C. and J. II. ," in floral letters. I
The hall was gorgeously decorated,
amidst its treasures of bric-a-brac,
with plants and ilowers. The wed-
ding presents were exhibited in the
bridal chamber situated m a cottage
at the rear. ' They were great in
number and richness, including a
variety of silver plate and' all the
delf necessary for housekeeping.
The Custom House staff gave a
handsome library lamp. The Royal
Hawaiian Band played on the lawn.
The Princess Regent accompanied
by her consort, Hon. John O.
Dominis, and attended by Mr. J.
"W. Robertson, acting Chamberlain,
called in the state carriage. ""
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Last Eveniug; sale!
On Tuesday Evening, Dec. 23,
-'P 7 f"l-dr""
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I
will hell at Public Auction, a varied
Mte Dolls & Tills,
Toys, Toys, Toys,
A fine invoice of
AIMS k Pish (Ms,
Alto, an elegant line of
JAPANESE & CHUM GOODS,
Just leueivul, compri-mg:
llatlan & Wicker Baskets,
Silk Handkerchiefs & Skw'.s;
And icmembei that this wi'l
the last chance to buy
Of all patterns; which will
Don't foiget this mia.jgCt
JAS. P. MOKR W,
Tuesday Evening, Dec. 23rd,
-A.T 8 O'OIOCIl.
A l'AI'Ell ON
wm nrj kai nr
F. M. ENGLISH, B. A.
Examples of Cainls will accompany the
To ho followed by a Ilimioius Miisiual
"Mrs. Sutherland Tompkyos at Home "
Tim Piistoial Symphony from Han-
ilei'B Me8luh will
ll u played on tliu
f-Sf" Adiiilshlon CO cents.
Hiiiued nraellce at Dr.
olllco, No 81 Ueietanhibtieet,
W'lI.L the goMtleinnn
T T wlio plukeil up my
IiiiiiI hint omioilie J'o.l-
t&e Olllco, Mniiifiiy iifurnonii,
l.'itli hut., Kindly letmii Mime at mice
in miu) iiouuie.
il. O. I'AUIKH,
712 U tiiuud JIoiuu.
Aticllon Sales by Lewis J, Lcvcj,
Etc., Lte., Etc., Etc.
On MONDAY EYfiNING, Dec. 22,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
What You Can Get For Xmas
-AT Til U
Elite Ice Cream Parlors'!
Fine Ice Cream,
l.ebkuchen (Honey Onket.),
And 1001 oilier kinds of
llPS TM COEfGCiiiillS,
Fruits, NuIp, Bun-Dons,
ChoeolateM, Pop Coin,
OA.NDI K ts
Of the best
Cieam, Homemade and Plain
Fiesh every day in greatest
gjSOur stoek and store is now in
complete order, and ou are invited
to inspect. " 738 7t
Kukui J we ry
Diamonds & 'Other Prtciou-
I.ATi:ST NOVELTIES IN
Gold & Silver Watches
1ST OPENED EVENING -H
WING WFTAI CO.,
No. 5 Xuiiuiiii Avi'liuc,
Have lecuived per S. S. "Ohusan"
fiom Hoiifckone; and Yokohama
Ebooy & Pearl Hall Furniture,
h.iliu Pillow Shams,
A TINE AhHOIlTMKNT OK
Silk 5iu wis & Handkerchiefs,
Oiapo Silk, Fern Pots,
DI . N Elt and TEA SETS,
Of the latest patterns;
lreHli Crop Toil,
No. 1 Manila Cigars,
Eto, Etc., Etc.,' Etc.
NY nei son oi peiHiiiis found Hlioot-
Incr on the lands of Kiikiiliuieo
and Koula, will lie piosecutul to the
full extent of the law
7.17 lin MnsO. P WARD.
r HE film of Kwnng Hang t'han &
' i o. heichy notlf) the nubile that
Mr. Lull Sow, who Iihh hlthuito. been
miiiiuger of tliu business of wild lluii.nt
Honolulu, has this day retired fiom
Mich management, ami Is no longer con
nected with said Hi in; also, that Mr.
Wong Yung t'hlng has this day been
uiipoiiiti'd as iniiiiiiger of mild Hun's
nffiiliH, and U nliini) aiithoiled to sign
the Hi in iiniiiu
KWONG HA' (J PIIAtf AiCO.
Iloiio'lilll, llllli Dee., IK0U 710 111
' T HEWEEKLY BULLETIN
Ii -d oulumijH, pin el;, locil iiiii'Iiii
Mulled to foreign uouiitriik, ffi jo
a a h a
BENSON, SMITH & GO.'S
AND BUY A
lubin's, Pinaud's, Colgate's, Eastman's,
LuDdborgs of iaiws
DON' FORGET A BOTTLE OF
Direct from Paris
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OF
Perfumes, Hair Oils, Dentifrice, Eii de
Quinine for the Hair,
Lubin's Exquisite Perfumes
J86? Our Own Importation!
Prices than in San Francisco 1
.- ulerilnT8 dcsiiinc chance
in tlien Kiilf-eriptions to maga
zines and now.pai)ers will kindly
miifv lit. fur miiLToinir mail.
fijSF"All " MibschptionB have!
J2TNo need to GIVE dolls away
to induce trade, our price defy com
OP" We do not GIVE laces and;
chess goods away, but we do offer
In our own legitimate lines at
BEE OUB MAGNIFICENT LINE OP
From 20 cents each and
CELLULOID DRESSING SETS,
Presentation Oupj & Saucers,
Diaries for 1891,
Xmas Cards, Etc., Etc
Tlios. G. THRUM,
730 lOt Proprietor.
Marcus R. Col burn,
HONOLULU, : :
Has opened a branch of hi? (haying
And is prepared to uudeitake
Carting;. Draying & Ilnnline
At all parts of Ewa.
8Qr Orders received at Pearl City
Stables, on .First and Second stieets,
Pearl City, or at hts otllee In Honolulu
(with J. F. Colburn & Co.), corner of
Niiuatiu and Queen streets.
ggr Good suibllmr, with or without
board, for a limited number of horses.
Just received aud for sale
100 BOXES OF
In line condition, in crates, l0
J AH. 1'. MORGAN,
738 at Queen uUwIm.
Guaranteed Genuine! Sold at Lower
SMITH & CO.
The Jeweler !
Fort Street, Mclnerny Block.
Golia Silver Jewelry
In tho very latest styles, and at
And other Precious Stones,
Latest Novelties in Gold & Silver
4 AS FOLLOWS
Sl'LIT Skoonds, Columhus,
P. S. Baiitlutt, Waltham.
Stop Watchkh in Gold Silvi:k and
'Store Open Evenings.
No. OO JClnir Street.
Now Goods I New Goods I
Suitable for Christmas and
Year's Presents I
Fans, Baskets, Trays,
And the latest novelties In
JapaiieHe W are !
TO THE PUBLIC !
I am prepared to take ordors for
Spanish Saddles & Trees,
HEAVY MICH SIDLES
EJT For fuither particulars apply to
A. A. TODD,
Formerly of Kona. Hawaii.
P. O. Box 815, (787 lm) Hell Tel 201.
W. It. SALTER,
Watchmaker Jg & Jeweler,
Klne; Htreet, i Honolulu. II I.,
(Next Geo. Lincoln's).
ijr Kino wutch repairing unpecluliy,
BmKfty gjAaiMBMftfBii j S3h& tf t 1V.
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