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Hvitluil louder 111 la received ul
the liilurlor Olllec until BATUU
DAY. Duoclnboi 2?lli, 18110, at VI
o'clock noon, for furnislilttK ll H'
luianu Asylum the supplies named
in the following schedules for the
term of tlx months from January 1,
ITk ,R linQUlKHMKNT, pay:
Heel, Fresh 4,f)00 lbi
Jleel, Corned 000 "
Beef, Prime 000 "
Urciul, Suloon.. 100 "
Hroiul, Fresh Loaves GT)0 "
1) rooms, Steamboat -J dor.
Baking Ponders cubo
Deans 1 bag
Coffee 100 lbs
Codfish 300 "
Flour !1 sks
Firowood.. It cords
Matches 1 gross
Muccuroni nnd Vermicelli. . 15 lbs ea
Meal, Onf nnd Corn 100 lbs
Onions. . ."". 2 e rules
Oil, Kerosene 5 etiscs
Potatoes 4. bngs
Pork, Corned bbl
Hiee 8 bugs
Sugar 8 "
Salt 8 "
Salmon, Salt 3 bbls
Tobacco 2 kegs
Tea 1 box
Tomatoes, Canned 3 cases
Bran 5 bags
Middlings 5 bags
Rolled Barley 5 bngs
Frocks and Pants (Cnl. Over
alls) Hats, Straw . .
Bids mubt be made for the
of each schedule separately.
All supplies must be delivered nt
the Asylum in such quantities as
from time to time required and sub
ject to the inspection and approval
of the Medical Superintendent or his
All tenders must be endorsed,
"Tender for Supplies, Insane Asylum
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 22, 1890.
In accordance with Sec. 1, of Chap
ter XXVII of the Laws of 1886.
All persons holding water" privi
leges or those paying water rates, are
hereby notified that the water rates
for tho term ending Juno 30, 1891,
will bo 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 be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying rates will please
present their last receipt.
Rates are payable at the oflico 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
Omiopio, Kula, Maul.
At 12 o'clock noon, on MONDAY,
January 19, at tho front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale will be sold at public
auction a piece of Government land
situate at tho upper end of Omaopio
in Kula, Maui, containing an area of
391 8-100 acres, a little moio or less
Upset prico $1000.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
THURSDAY, December 25, 1890,
being Christmas Day; and THURS
DAY, Jan. 1, 1891, boing New Years'
Day, will bo observed as public holi
days, and all Government offices
throughout tho Kingdom will bo
closed on theso days.
O. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflico, Dec. 18, 1890.
Hi iVinTiBiwfCi 111
The above reward will bo paid for
information which will lend to tho
nrrest and conviction of tho party or
parties who shot and killed Ohnng
It Sing, at Waimea, Kauai, on Deo,
12, 1800. 0. L. HOPKINS,
Honolulu, Deo. 16, 1890. 737 lm
mmn cirrim. I '
ilnnnlulu, tw. 32, ISM ,
Ool. llio ilniinrnlilc WHTlB 1M
IMIU UUKUA lm tUt- ility Iipoii
np-jwliitml Sppftlnry of the lpmtl-
frtmUof I'orotgti All'uli.
MliiIMm of l'lirelyu Allah.
Honolulu, 11. 1., Aug.U, 1800.
Holders of Water Privileges or
hose paying Water Kiitce, are hereby
notified that tho hours for using
water for irrigating purposes rue from
0 to 8 o'clock a. M., and i to 0 o'clock
OtiAH. B. WILSON,
Sltpt. Hono. Water WorkB,
O. N. Spknokh,
Minister of the Interior.
1 n JU.
Pledtp-d to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of alh
TUESDAY, DEC. 23, 18U0-
The ghost-dancing Indians of the
Western United Slates steadily re
fuse to give up tho "ghost," al
though they arc dying by the score.
Our theologically inclined con
temporary and all those who "feel
concerned in the business" should
carefully read the eighteenth chapter
of St. Matthew before any more
profane editorials are published
upon religious disputes.
Emin Pasha is again in equatorial
Africa, this time leading a German
expedition. Word was received on
December 4th at Zanzibar that Dr.
Emin had arrived at Victoria Nyan
za. Eight years' virtual impiison
ment in "Daikest Africa," until
rescued by the heroic Stanley, does
not seem to have cooled Emin's
ardor, although he is fifty years of
Tho Alta and Call, of San Fran
cisco, are at present engaged in tell
ing each other all they know about
"wages." It isn't much; but each
paper succeeds in setting up columns
of type explaining how little it is.
The only practical result to be seen
thus far is that the typos are getting
good wages out of a cause suffi
ciently fruitless, one would think, to
check the logical extravagance of the
THE ANGLICAN TROUBLE.
Editor Bulletin :
In the Honolulu Diocesan Maga
zine of this month, the reason that
the Bishop gives for the change in
the hours of services of the Second
Congregation is "that the necessity
for the alteration has been forced
upon him, by the policy pursued by
the Second Congregation during the
Would it not have been more intel
ligible to have written, that because
the members of the beconu uongre
gation had united with that of the
Cathedral in asking him for the good
of the Chuich to resign, he out of
pure vindietiveness had altered the
Lours of service, which will have the
effect of causing great inconvenience
to many families, and prevent some
members of households from being
able to attend at all.
Does the Bishop recollect some
months ago writing to the Church
WardenB, threatening them that if
the Second Congregation did not
pay a larger proportion of the ex
penses, he would not renew the Rev.
A. Mackintosh's license, which in
other words means tiiat unless you
pay more money, I will take away
your pastor and so rob you of your
Forsooth! Such actions must
nearly persuade the whole outside
world to be Christians, to try first
to take our minister, and failing in
that, putting stumbling blocks in
tho way of those of us who are try
ing to lead a godly life.
T. M. Starket.
Honolulu, Dec. 23, 1890.
MOLOKAI TELEPHONE SYS
What would be your estimate of
a man, who after using the tele-,
phone for his own requirements,
then disconnects it, and so prevents
the public getting a message through
his station to one beyond? What
ever your estimate may be, wo on
the island of Molokai are of the
opinion that ho is not only not treat
ing us right, as residents, and as
a gentleman should tieat his fellow
men ; but that he is absolutely ex
ceeding his own lights by abusing
the privileges which should be grant
ed to others. The address of this
"fellow" is Kalao. J. 15.
Dec. 19, 1890.
SALE" OF LOTS".
On next Saturday Mr, Jas. F.
Morgan will hold an auction sale of
sixteen fine building lots situated at
Kalihi, adjoining the Kninehameha
School and fronting on Iieckley
slieet. Tho healthful situation and
nearness to tho King street tram
way make these lots very deiirablo.
WANTED AT HONOLULU.
n-ntv T, Hclirr Sm htroMc! mi
Itnrrfoon lrcil, ncnr ICilitli yimlni
ilnv. Ho will In' aotil to Honolulu
on' llio next stentniT to dniitl trial
for alrntltiK 1H0I worlli of jewelry
ntnl illiunotiiW fmtn hli limllioMn-
law, I'rnnk M. Mack. Mr. Illnok
li n resident of Honolulu nutl Ib n
conductor mi the Ulnml Hallway.
Ho nnlvctl It) llris t'lty mi Miu InM,
slonmur (llio Umrleilon) from llio
MnmR He stated Hint for n lon
time Sohur lived nt his limine. On
returning home one day ho found
tlmt all of Ills valuables wre stolen,
nnd soon nfter bo learned that Sebcr
lirul fled with the properly to this
city. Mr. Black got out a warrant
for Seller's nrrest, and after provid
ing himself with extradition papers
he ontno to San Francisco. He got
a senrch warrant to recover the jew
clrv. but It could not bo found, al
though Sebcr was caught. S F.
Alia, Deo. 13.
SUIT ACAINST THE BRYANT.
The San Francisco Post has the
following Item :
A libel has been filed in the
United States District Court by
Fiank Weightman, George Sharp,
Alexander Barrett, Anton Marusik
and Nicola Batnrgo against J. II.
Jacobson, captain of the hark C. D.
Bryant, in a cause of damages, civil
and mnritimc. Tho plaintiffs were
employed last September to serve as
seamen on board of American bark
C. D. Bryant, for a vo.agc to Hono
lulu. While in tho Hawaiian port
the seamen claim they were confined
in the Honolulu jail, and theie kept
from the 6th of October until No
vember, 1. While hi the jail the
seamen say that they weic not pro
perly fed and the accommodations
were of the poorest kind. The im
prisonment the men claim was
wholly without cause, and they ak
for $500 damages each from the
captain of the vessel.
Parnell and O'Connor broke into
the office of United Ireland by the
use of crowbars. They were cheer
ed and followed into the office by a
crowd of their supporters.
A WOMAN or Girl to do houew ork
iu small family (no washing).
Mrs. J. P. BOWFiN'S,
743 liy Walkikl, near Bridge.
Tho Enterprise Hack O.
HAS been re-organized
and has re
moved to UaiiiageStand
No. 13, opposite the Police Station.
Telephone oideis will receive prompt
attention and the public guaranteed
patisfaction. Wagonettes furnished at a
few minutes' notice.
C Bell Tel. 113; Mutual Tel 030.
743 lip Manager.
DAIIiY FOIt SAL.E I
THE subscriber being
about to have the
Kingdom temporarily, of
fers for t.ale his well-estab
lished Dairy, situated at Kaalpn, in
Mauoa Valley, four miles from Hono
lulu Post Oflice, and now doing a busi
ness of six bundled dollais pei month.
The Dairy outllt includes Land iu fee
simple, whereon the buildings stand,
with valuable leases of the lemaining
lands, about 100 Cows and Heifers of
well-selected stock, 2 Dm ham Bulls,
Dwelling House and Outbuilding, in
cluding barn room for fi2 cows and
stalls lor 7 horses ; Horses, Wagons,
Cans and all the appointments of a
flint-class Dairy. Should thosubicriber
be unable to make a satisfactory sale of
the Dahy as a whole, he will sell the
Cowh, Iloiscs aud other chattels sep
al ate'y. An inspection is invited. Ap
ply on the piemises to
A. A. MON TANO.
Or, C. V. Ashfoid, attorney-at-law,
Honolulu. 74J 2w
II. 1 WIOHMAN
If you are thinking of joining a Club,
do not delay, but jolu now aud secure
Monday afternoon, December 22ud, tho
following drew their Watches:
Club 1 Member No. 45.
Club 2 Member No. 15.
Club 3 Member No. 30.
Club 4 Member No. 51.
Cmn 5 Member No. 27.
Club 6 Member No. 23.
We Have a Few Moro Places Open !
BSf Parties living outside of Hono
lulu desiring to join one of the Clubs
can mako their payments by mall.
tetf" These watches mo cased in Solid
14 Karat Gold, with lino full Jeweled
Waltham Movements, and aro wai
ranted to be aceurato time pieces.
II. F. WfonMAN, Prop,
J. A. LUCKETT, Manager. 743 It
Have in stock and for ealo 1
3 Ladies' Phaetons,
Of the latest stylo.
ALBO, A FINE LINK OF
Carriage and Buggy Harness,
ROBES and SUPPLIER.
tatiion urn Dj iamu f, kudu.
Las! Evening sale!
On Tuesday Evening, Deo, 23,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
At my Hnli'Krutuu, Qmpimi Mreet, 1
vtlllu'll at Public Auction, n varied
r Dolls & Toys,
Toys, Toys, Toys,
A line involeo of
Alliums & Pink Goods,
Alfo, nn elegant lino of
JAPANESE & CHINESE GOODS,
Hint received, couipiUimj:
Bnttnn & Wicker Baskets,
Silk Handkerchiefs & Shawls,
And remcnibei that this will bo
the last cliance to buy
Of all patterns; which will hu sold
fll)on't forget this taletjp
JrVtf, V. ftlOUG-AN,
On SATUltDAY, Jan. 101 li,
XT 12 O'CLOCK. XOOJV
At my Salesroom, Queeu street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
16 Fine B1IILD18 LOTS,
Situated at Kalihi, adjoining the Ka
mehamoha Schools and fi outing oij
The Lots aro on , rising ground on
tho mauka bide of the street, and aro
all covered with grass and tiees, nnd
command a magnificent view of
Honolulu and the surrounding coun
try. Water is at present laid on
from the K.imeh.uneh.i School pro
mises. The healthful situation and ne.ir
neps to tho King-street Can-, oom
bino to make these the moot desir
able Lots ofleied for bale.
)gr TERMS: One-half cash,
oiiL-lialf at 7 per cent.
A map of tho property can be een
at my Salesroom, whore all further
information can be obtained.
J AS. P.
Theie will be sold it Public Auction at
the depot, iu Pe.ul Uitj, L"wa
OnSTi LIKDW, Dec. 27th,
AT SI OTI.OS'tt A. II..
6 pair Wrkiug Oxen Yokis,
7 lot Uu !"tk h'lin.
Extra lion liuwo,
7 doz. Wheelbarrows,
2 doz. Picks,
1 do. Shovels,
1 Portable Forfe
3Large Tents, Eta, Eta,
Comprising a complete omtli
contractors on road wnik
teiuin nt sam:
J. R. ROBERTS' vt
743 3t AiRtlouecr.
Or Huu ri-imclHeo,
(Piopiictor of the Pedfern flouse, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
-HAS JIEMOVED TO-
Betweou Plikoi & Keeaumoku tin.
Ladf es'Tailoring & Dressmaking
Riding Habits, Genuine Tailor-made
Costumes, Traveling UlBters, Jackets,
all the Latest Designs in
AUCTION SALE OF ' 1" llflQ j iilflCflW
Yihtt Iking LOTS ! ' l T: !
Pron.eaadr and Evenitp; Co.tumar,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Eto.
"Pw i.h.mwi m . i w i w
Wlitlt Von fjtii ttt For Xtnai
lie Ice dream Pallors !
Fine Ico Cream,
Li'bkuchim (Honey Cakes),
And 1001 oilier kimleof
FruitH, Nuts, Bon-IJons,
Chocolates, Pop Com,
O A. IV 1 1 13
Of th bust quality, Wu mnku the
Cream, Homemade and Plain
Fresh every day in greatest
SP"-Our stock nnd store is now in
complete order, and jou nie invited
to inspect. 7118 7t
Diamonds & Other Precious
latesi NovnLnns IN
Gold & Silver Watches
BQ5- OPENED EVENING -tt
S."BP J-'- St i i-i
Xu. 25 X u u an ii Ait-tan-.
Have rccencd pel H. S "Cliuean"
from Hongkone; and Yokohama
Ebony & Pearl Hall Furniture,
Satin Pillow Shams,
a fine AssoKTunvr or
Silk Shv.wis & HarsdKerchiefs,
Oiajio Silk, Fern Pots,
Ol MS' Eli ami TEA SETS,
Of tin' latest patterns;
frcsli Crop Tea,
No. 1 Manila Cigars,
i LADY'S Cauvabs and Silk Hand-
b ig, coutalidug a puiso aud mo
ney, em d c.isp, gold limined spectacles
and liiLmoraudimi book. A suitable
raw aid will be paid by returning bame
to thib ollk-e. 738 lw
I .OS For STOLEN
fX Thurwliiy, the lltli inst.,
Miibli! at Koiulu (near
Mr. J. I.
I)oi tiV). u Blown Mure, two white
hind feet, white star on forehead,
bunded il M and T on hip. Person
illuming the sumo to II. Moitensen,
Tniniu.iy Stab es, Punuhou, will be
Miit.ddy lowaided. 737 Ot
slimed practice at Dr.
office, No 81 Jicretanla street.
ANY person or persons found shoot
ing on the lands of KuUuluneo
and Koula, will bo prosecuted to tho
full extent of tho law
7rf7 lm UnsO. P WARD.
Oil AS. T. QULIOK is my duly au
thoiied agent in Honolulu till
fm titer notice All pintles indebted to
mo for lent or otheiwise mo lenuestcd
to sittlc with him at his olllco, lis Mei
chaiit stieet, Honolulu, II. I,
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1600,
741 t-171 It
IS iicroby ghen that Q. Ako, of Makn
pala, Knhtila, Hawaii, has sold all
U inteiest iu tho III m of Toug Wo Co t
j iiIfo, tho afoiesaid hinds, stoiu and
mciclmudUo to L. Ahl, of Kohalu,
Hawaii, the I'Jlh day of Novcmbei,
i 18rH). All outbtaudiiig debts will bo
Fettled by L. Ahl.
I 742 61 O. AKO.
i iiararM immi
ww!wwni'wwmii m nx'UxwwiwwiwfcwwwwwiiWii
BENSON, SMITH & CO.'S
AND BUY A
DON' FORGKT A
Direct from Paris
AVE HAVE JUST ItECEIVED AN ASSORTMENT OE
'erfumes, Hair Oils,
Luton's Exquisite Perfumes !
tsST Our Own Importation I
Prices than in San Francisco !
Booh, News & Stationer)
$?";-ubRcribcrs desiring changes
in tlieir biiliHcriptions to maga
zines and newspapers will kindly
nntifv ih for outgoing mail.
DEAll subscriptions navel
5"No need to GIVE dolls away
to iniluuo liude, our price defy coitt
gJSFVc do not GIVE laces and
diess goods away, but wo do offer
In our own legitimate lines ut
SEE OUR MAGNIFICENT LINE OF
From 20 cents ench and
CELLULOID DRESSING SETS,
Presentation Cups & Saucers,
Diaries for 1891,
Xmas Cards, Etc., Etc
Thos. G. THRUM,
73C lOt Proprietor.
Marcus R. Col burn,
HONOLULU, : : : -H.I.
Ha opened a branch of hli diaylng
And is prepared to undertake
Car tins. Drnying & JIuulIiiu
At all parts of 15 u a.
S Orders received at Pearl City
Stables, on First nnd Second streets,
Peail City, or at his olllco in Honolulu
(with J. F. Colburn & Co.), corner of
Nuuami and Queen sheets.
tfajr Good stabling, with or without
board, for a limited number of horses.
Just received aud for sale
100 BOXES OF
In fine condition, iu crates, GO
JAS. P. MORGAN,
738 St Queeu itreU.
Guaranteed Genuine! Sold at Lower
SMITH & CO.
The Jeweler I
Fort Street, Mclnerny Block.
Gold i Silver Jewelry
In the very latest styles, and at
ijuv:m: on i &
And other Precious Stones.
LetestNovelties in Gold & Silver
Split Seconds, Columbus,
P. S. BAUTLr.rr, Waltham.
Stop Waiciiks in Gold Silver and
Store Open Evenings.
No. OO IClnK Street.
Now Goods I Now Goods !
Suitable for Christmas aud New
Year's Presents I
! Fans, Baskets, Trays,
Aud the latest novelties In
Japanese Ware !
NAN YU CO.
TO THE PUBLIC !
I am prepared to take orders for
Spanish Saddles & Trees,
HfiAVY MUCH SADDLES
t3TFor.-futtbcr particulars apply to
A. A. TODD,
Formerly of Kona, Hawaii.
P.O. Box 816. (7371m) Hell Tel 201.
W. R. SALTER,
Watchmaker J5 & Jeweler.
King street, ; Honolulu, II I,,
(Next Geo. Lincoln's).
4C" Fine watch repairing a encclalty.