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Will beicceivcd ot tho Office of the Minister
of tb.9 Interior until MONDAY, Mnich 9,
1890, nt 12 o'clock noon, (or publishing the
Sepslon Lnitsof 1800, ns follows:
1. FuUbliing in newspaper, 12uglih,
ouo time, nt per 1000 "cms," octnio meas
ure, double column.
2. Publishing in nowsptpcr, Hawaiian,
ono time nt por 1000 "cms," octavo meas
ure, double column.
.1. Piinting nml binding COO copies of
tbo nliovc laws, English, in sntno stjluas
the Session Laws of tbo Special Session of
I. Printing nml binding 2."i0 copies of
tho novo law, Hawaiian, in snuio stylo ns
tbo Session Liws of tbo Special Session of
All bid must bo cndoised "Tenders for
l'rinting Lawe," nnd must bo undo in con
foiinity with tbo above Items ns specified.
Tbo Minister ot tbo Interior does not
bind himself to ncccpt tho lowest or nny
J, A. KIXG,
Minister of thci Inttilor.
Interior Ofllce, March 5, 1800. 2-."tt
5I?? Everjir Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY, MABOII 7, 1890.
Instigated by commercial bodies
of San Francisco, Representative
Johnson lias presented a resolu
tion directing tho "Ways and
Means Committee to investigate
tho wholo question of competition
from Jnpnn in products nnd man
ufactuies, nnd to report by bill or
otherwise. A London trad 3 journal
recoived by last mail hns the first
of u serins of articles on tho same
subject. Tho Foreign and Colo
nial Importer is the journal re
feirpii to, and it refers in the
following words to an accusation
thnt tho Jnpnneso nro not quite
B(iuare in commercial dealings:
The very koon competition which
exists for Japanese orders appears
to bo n distinct answer to this
charge of "want of business mor
ality." For ourselves wo believe
that Japanese commercial men aro
in overy way as honest as their
competitors in othor countries,
and such indeed is the general
belief throughout tho commercial
community over here; and as
English manufacturers securo a
vory largo haro of JapaiA orders,
thoy aro porhaps in an excellent
position for forming a judgment,
and it iB probably only tho dis
appointed wooers who talk
about hor faults. The fact
that England does secure so
good a proportion of hor require
ments mayinducous to watch hor
enterprise in thoso quarters of tho
world which wo have always con
sidered as tho best fiolds for tho
reception of our own manu
factures with a littlo more good
nature than might othens ito bo
tho caso. Tho seriousncbs of hor
nised, and in subsequent nr tides
it will bo more clearly seen why
thoro is so good u causo for ap
prehension. In tho course
of our leraarks it will
no doubt bo necessary
to find fault with man' of tho
Japanese productions, but ihore
frequently porhaps tho reverse
will bo the cusp. No doubt iiIbo
many of our frionds nt homo will
Boriously disagree with our touch
ing upon tho subject in so fair n
manner, being under tho impres
sion that by so doing wo shall bo
pursuing a policy detrimental to
tbo intorests of English traders.
That, however, is a narrow-mind-
lr.EtCfc.A i " "iir.Lic.ious"' WoAin y J
$&i&r Carefully prjjvpTr I
SPr"" ' -cnrrn ' ) AND THE CANS ARE
W X I'V r-i$Y FAT ') PACKED IN VtRnWOSAND.vD
" ' M3S ' -o Kr ill
VWBs0li,O'c Tnal will prow their ncnf """T ----,
iiitii TrTnwTTiriitT-rii'iiMiiwiiiTiiiiiiiiiiriiTTfimiiiiitTrrri( rinll
ed viow of tho position which wo
ennuot nccopt, nntl wo. nro fortu-
j nntoly strong enough, nnd htvvo
I tho courage, to Btipport our con-
Tho foregoing is n manly wny
of trenting tho subject. Evory
country that joins tho march of
civilization, ns Japan lias dona,
ought to bo welcomed as n gain
to the hopo of universal peaco
and prosperity. Japan must bo
accorded tho samo rights to "a fair
field nnd no favor" ns nny other
nntion, nnd if hor progress dis
turbs tho equilibrium of universnl
commerce, thoro is naught for
other nations to do but to adjust
their enterprises and policies to
tho now circumstances.
lt is reported from Havana that
15,000, or perhaps oven 20,000
Spanish soldiers, are missing
sofnowhero in Cuba. Tho fact
has been communicatod to tho
Mndrid Government, and thoro is
a search going on for tho where
abouts of tho soldiers day and
night. Incorrect records, doser
tions to tho enemy and unreport
ed deaths in tho field aro surmised
as singly or jointly explaining
tho hiatus in numbers. Referring
to tho possiblo causo of losses in
fights not being reported, tho Ha
vana correspondent of tho Now
York 3Iail and Express pithily
Tho expectation that many
losses in engagements liavo not
been sent in receives support
from tho known falsity of those
roports, which has ropoatedly
been pointed out. That 700
Spanish should attack f000
robels, that a battlo lasting bovoii
nours should ensue, and that only
ono Spanish soldier should bo
wounded (as was told in a report
from Santa Clara last weok), indi
cator that tho Spanish soldiers
havo charmed lives or that an
enormous amount or lying is boing
McKinloy 's chances for tho Re
publican nomination havo petered
out Bomowhat. Ho was "tho choico
of Pennsylvania until Quay's
namo was announced. Now, ac
cording to a cunvoBs made by tho
Pittsburg Connnorciyl Gazette, tho
solid delegation of that great State
will bo for Quay. McKinloy holds
Virginia entire, unless, by tho
authority just quoted, Senator
Elkins should run. It will bo a
pity for tho party if (Quay should
be preferred to McKinloy. Quay
represents tho most oxtromo
machino politics ho is for tho
"bar'l of money" in a campaign
overy time whilo McKinloy, bo
sides being a squaro man and an
able, in his name represents tho
leading dootrino of his party
This, from tho Hilo Tribune,
does not look like economy:
"Honomu boasts of ono lono
policeman with n captain to boo
that ho attends to his duties. Hilo
has ton policemen and two cap
tains, but no deputy-sheriff."
J. 13. Atherton ' will lend tho
meeting nt (5:30 Sunday evening
in Y. M. 0. A. hall. Subject:
"An old tompernnco pledge, and
how it was kept." Jor. S5.
BEAUTIFUL COKNCK LOT, 100x200
feet, within one, block of street-curs, comer
of Dolo and Alcxnnder Ktif-ts. near tho
Oalin Colleg-, l'uuubou. Title perfect.
Good oppoitunlty to purolmho u building
hito chejp. AddiihS "P.," this olllco.
Till: 1IAWVIIAN GAIIIjK.
KxirnMnu of llio l'ropo-iril I,tn to
Cliliiu I llmlcr C'onoldcrntioii,
Washington, 33. 0., Fob. 10.
Tho Sonato Committeo on For
eign Relations this morning gavo
tho proposed telegraphic cablo
propositions connecting tho Unit
ed States with tho Hawaiian Isl
andsnnd tho Asiatic const much
consideration. Tho proposition
of tho Now York company, head
ed by James A. Scrymsor, was
materially amended today in n
stntoment laid boforo tho commit
teo by a proposition to oxtond tho
cablo to such othor islands in tho
Pacific Ocean as may bo solected
and to tho coast of China, making
thnt ono of tho termini instead
of tho island of Jnpnn.
Tho rato for ordinary privatd
messages botweon tho United
States and Japan and China is
$1.25 por word, and on messages
between tho United States nnd tho
Island of Oalm in tho Hawaiian
group at i!5 cents per word. Preso
rates nro not to exceed one-quarter
rates glinrgtM for ordinary mes
sages. No action was taken by
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Stimson of
Los Angeles, Cal., visited Hono
lulu a few months ago, and Mr.
Stimson intonded to ctmio hero
again. A Los Angeles paper re
coived by 1). V. "Waldron, who is
Btaying nt tho Hawniinu Hotel,
contains an account of an attempt
to blow up Mr. Stimson's houso
with dynamite on tho ovoning of
February 27. A neighbor fired
sovornl shots at tho dynamiter with
out result. Tho residence is pala
tial and valued at Slo0,000, and
tho Stimson family are to bo con
gratulated upon thoir escape from
both loss of lifo nnd of property.
Mrs. Stimson nnd hor daughter
hnvo ninny acquaintances in Ho
(From N. Y. Commercial Adv.)
"A watch balanco .gives five
vibrations every second, J100 overy
minute, 18,000 overy hour, -132,000
overy day, 157,080,000 overy year.
At each vibration it rotates about
1 times, which makes 197,100,000
revolutions evory year. In order
that wo may bettor understand tho
stupendous amount of labor per
formed by theso tiny works, let
us mako n pertinont comparison.
Tako for illustration a locomotive
with six-foot driving wheels. Lot
its wheels bo run until thoy havo
given tho samo number of rovolul'
tion that a watch does in ono
year, and thoy will havo covered a
distanco equal to twenty-eight
complete circuits of tho oarth."
What stupendous working
powers your tiny little ma
chino has; nnd how little at
tention you give it until it has
refused to go further? "Tired
out." The accumulation of old
oil, particles of dirt, so minuto
you' can't see it, havo so added
'to its burdens, that it refuses
to go further. Now is the
time to send it to a wa'tch
umker, not until now, for it
will no longer go as it should.
How much bettor to givo it all
tho attention it needs whilo it
yet can go. Is it no better
than a common lawn mower ?
You givo it less attention.
Would 3rou think of running a
mower for a year or two stea
dily every duy without a littlo
oil, something to help it over
tho rough places. Yet you
are lotting your valuablo little
time piece wear itself out, sim
ply for want of a littlo atten
tion. It is our business to
tako caro of your watch. Only
expert workmen are employed
for thut purposo, and what wo
do is woll-dono. All compli
cated work finds its way to our
workshop, let us have somo of
your easy work also. Don't
get into the habit of bringing
it to us after it has been
through tho -hands of numer
ous others; it will ho cheapor
for you to havo it tlono well in
tho first place
H. P. Wichman
MAKOII 7, 1890.
wawnui' mtmmmmuitppnti"miiwt9'tymnvti' Jhjhi twf wwyimMtli WnwwWW tct
For It !
; A Very Largo As
sortment at Very Low Prices.
Auction Sales by W. S. Luce.
On MONDAY, March 9th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I Hlinll hell at llie Ciicua Tent, corner of
I'ort mid Hcretiiuiii ittrei-ttt, sny
tfir A good oppoitunity to obtnin (Mod,
Btrong mul cumfortablo heats nt a bargain.
W. S. LUCE,
Y. M. O. A. HALL
Tuocclay Svcning, March 10th,
liy tlio ."cmbers of llio
Honolulu Choral Society.
l'ROUUAM I'iiit I.
1, 0erturc Tlic (Jolilenl.yrc Uermon
2. Choral Soviet) the Xl-lit Has a
Thoueanil 1 :. en Haw ley
Violin Ohtloito. MU .Mcdrcw.
11. l'luno .&uli Allnuul I'ailcrewaM
4. I.aillc Quartet Itiibln Adair
Arranged by Buck
MUC4 .MUircw jiinl Itlehnrcl, Mm Kinney
and Mis Amies .ludd.
5, Vocal Solo ?iunMi Son 1'iKcrt
0. Choinl Soilcl) Ojjbre.ik tannine;
7. Violin Solo Hcvcrio VIct Temps
8. Kamehameha Oleo Cmu liiuerh of
. Nlslit LnMutlio
JO. Choral Soeletj M) I.oelsMkea Hid,
lied Hobo Haw ley
10. Ladles Quartet Lullaby Hawley
l'J. Choral Society Watch of thoAnels.
1?" Doors oitcu at 7; verlormanco at 8.
TlelvCts now on ealo at Ilobron's and T. O.
Election of Officers.
AT Tnn ANNUAL JILETINO OP THE
Stoolcliolderx of tho Iiiter-Ishud Slonm
Navigation Company, Ltd., hold tbia day,
the following ofllcors nnd directors wore
elected for tho ensuing year:
W. II. Godfiuy, President.
J. Hun, Vice-l'reBldeut.
J. L. AIoLnan,, TieaHnrtr.
N. 13. Gedgo Secretary.
T. W. Ilobion, Auditor.
W. ). Godfiey, J. Kun, O. N. Wilcox, A.
S: Wilcox, W. O. Smith, I A. Schacfer, 13.
N. E. OEDOE,
Secretary I. I. S. N. Co. Ltd.
Honolulu, II. I., March 3, 1808. 2l2-2w
C. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen street, Honolulu, II. I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ononua Sucar
mot oy omenta t
P 0 Juiioh, Prroideutt (Icmiiho II lloboitson,
Mmuiger, K V lllshop, Tieasuier nnd Seo.
return CuJ. W P Alien, Audllori Oil Cooke,
(I Wiiturlimihu, A V Cm lor, Direclom,
bupui'Miij, uiiiniiu i3ii);tti VrUiii;uiy, WIIIIUKU
Sugar Comiany, Walluc Sucar Company, Makee
Sugar Company, Ilali-aknla Kanch Comnati), Kv
papala Knncli. -- I'lanlcrs' Line San I'raiicljco
Packets, Clias. llrewcr U Co. 'a Line of lloklini
Packcls.At;eiits lUihtou Hoard of lliulirurluia,
Agcnis rniuuiiipnia uonrii ot umlcruriUm
MI'U f"M.i - - i -i ! nTiifciiMwi ,m
ti - ie
Auction Sales by Jos. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, March 28,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Qneon ntreot, 1 will sell
nt Public Auction, tho following
Valuable Residence Lots at Uahlhi
1. Corner of Keeauinoku nnd Domlnls
sts. Frontnffu ofl2ililft nn Ki'i'minmLii ati-..i-t
nnd liiu ft oil Domlulsst. Contains 20.00U
2. Adjoining No I on Domlnls street Fron-
tft.rt. lif l.tll fi f mi I1.ir.it ila u. ... ....I nft
.v ... ..... .. w ......i..a otl.v;, .lllli rwVU
ft deep. Contains .t),()JU M ft.
i. Aiijoinine; io a on Domlnls street.
Frontage of I'M ft on Domlnls tt, 20U ft deen.
Contains 2(1,000 sq ft.
I. Corner of Duininls nml Kcwnlo sH.
Frontage of 20U ft on Ku nlo st, and 13J ft
on Domlnls st. Contains (i,000 si ft,
5. Corner of Kcnalo nnd lleulu sts.Kront
ni;o of 200 It on Kcwnlo st, nnd IU0 ft on Hc
nlu st. Contains 20,000 m ft.
(I. Adjoining No 3 on Heula st.ISO It fnrliur
on the sltttt, .00 ft deep.
Tho it bold Lot nru rllimli'il In (In. I.n.n...
dlato vltlnll) of the reside licet of C W Peter
son, Ks'i.mhIJ (1 Kuthwell. Kn:
Tho nboo Lots will all face tho lino of tho
proposed Electric Italtwa).
This sale oilers one of the few opportunities
Ifl lllitillll n fm. lr.. ni.ati1ji.im. ait.. I -
ccllcut neighborhood. The lots command un
tT" Plans of tho property can bo scon at
I7 Part of the imrrlmnn nrlrn xnn nmln
Por further particulars, apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
215 td Auctioneor.
COPPEiS ESTATE AND LANDS
I am directed to sell at Public Auction on
"Wednesday, May 27, '96,
at 12 o'clock noon ot uald day nt my sales
rooms on Queen sheet. In Honolulu (unless
booncr disposed of ut pilvate sale) tho follow
Inj; described property, namely:
A tract of laud of about 2,11(11) acres In fee
simple situate nt IColo nnd Oleloiiiounn 1 hi
South Koua, Island of Unit all, about cl"ht
miles by a good road from Ilookena, one of
thu largest tillages lu Konu. Thero Is an ex
cellent landliii! on tho land itself from jtherc
the i colleeand other product! could bo shipped
Hndugoodblte font mill near tho landing.
Ifty acres oflund aro Id co'Ulc. Itoughly es
tlinatcd thero Is about seven hundred acres of
splendid codec land bin; all on ono block on
both sides of the (ioveriuuentlload. Eight
huuUrcd ucres blng nbotc nnd to tho East of
tho sctn bundled iicks nbovti mentioned is
also excellent land and although at n higher
altitude Is no doubt also veil adapted for
coirtocultuie. Tho loiter laud btlow the
cofreo belt Is sultaoloforplneapples and sisal.
Ihurols n drying houe, stoi-o and work
rooms, a Ooidon'a Pulptr. lahoiers quarters
iind water tanks at the plantation, nnd the
land Is partly it ailed. Tlino has ncterbeen
any blight on this land, although cofTtowns
planted a great many ears ago. Old residents
of Kona like thu lato D. II. Nahluu, J. W.
JCualmoku and others have testilled to this
fact. There is n sea fishery appurteuant to
Olclomoana 1. '
Terms cash or part of tho purchaso prlco
can icmaln ou mortgage nt ululit per cent per
nnuum. Deeds aud stamps nt tho expense ol
A map of tho properly can bo seen and fur
ther particulars obtuiuid nt my sales rooms.
J. P. MORGAN,
sll't(1 , Auctioneer.
Real - Estate
THE UKDiatMClNI-DIIAS KECKIV.
cd Instiiictions to bill that ory desirable
puioolof icnl tistuto Bitnitted on tho corner
ol orUticet npdOhftplnin Lnc, Known
ns tho 1 itller premlsos. luteudiui! Piir
ohnHKn. i cm, cbluin nil dunliud infounatloi,
on npplicilltm tu
J o. (i.utn:ii,
Honolulu, Mu,ch II, lbW.M0U,,"mtii
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