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BY AUTHORITY.
Znterior department.
Reeled roposaln will bj rec-ived at tho offlce of
the Minister of the Juterlor until 12 o'clock non
on .Saturday, the 2tu day of February, lsi3, for
the construction of tli works herein named.
Pla:n an I speciflcitloni may be examined at the
ofTl?? of the MiuUter on and afier the Oth day of
February,
The workx io be constructed are
Vint The banin of the Hture Reservoir, I.e..
removing iiii tret3 uxi i other vegetable growths,
-arid excavating and removing all earth and rock
within the indicated lines.
Second Building a dam of first-class rubble
ior.ry lid 1 in full bed of hydraulic cemeut.
Third Laying the line of fifteen and twelve iuch
plpea and celling gte between the storage reser
Tolr nijd that of distribution, and from the latter
to the point of connection with the pipe -system of
'toerrtty. Note This work may be divided and
let In two or three necttouu.
Fourth Constructing the distributing reservoir
- contesting f an excavation lined with hydraalic
cement, .concrete or brick-work . laid Jn full
i hydraalic cement beds and Joints, the erosswall
and bay to b similarly constructed and the whole
roofed over.
All proposals must be endorsed "Proposals for
(dotag the particular work for which tho bid la
.wad?.
-A bond mast be execute by the contractor
"with tw i2 approved sureties conditioned upon
he faithful performance of the contract.
The .Minister reserves the right to reject the
lowest or any bid.
Bids may be made for all the above in one
. eon tract.
CHA8. T. GULICK,
Minister of Interior.
Jnter!r Office, Dec. 347. fe7
LIST OF LICENSES
Expiring In tho Moutli of January,
- JJETAIE OAIIU.
1 Win Fennel, King street
2 Look Hung Kee, Maunakea street
;i D K Mahu. Kalint Waena
Kwong Wa On & Co, Nuuanu street
3 Kon Foo, corn, r Khjg and Nuuanu streets
3 Ah Nee, Kalinl
3 Ken Lan Chung & Co, Nuuanu street
3 Lum Wal Kee, Nuuanu street
4 Leong Kuo yin, WaUlua
4 Tuc Chung, Hotel street
4 Ayou, King street
4 Kwong Via ing A Co, Nuuanu street
5 Goo Chun Kee, llotei street
8 Ah Yet, Nuuanu street
8 Lewers fc Uoolte, Fort street
9 T O Thxum, Merchant street
10 F J Ulgglua, Fort street
10 Honolulu Iron Works Company, uen street
11 Joe Enos & Co, King street
12 Lale Plantation Company, Laie
14 Leung Chiu. Queen street
15 fcial Chai, Ewa
15 Alfred Shepard, Hotel street
15 Bon Yte Hop. W&ianae
17 Ah Chow, uueeu street
17 lang Moon, Nuuanu street
13 WoiigChin, Maunakca street
SOkAJcaD. Kaalaia
22 T J Mossman, corner King and Nouann streets
ZZ TJ Monsoian, Nuuanu street
31 Wing Wa. King street
24 Con Chee & A hong, Nuuanu street
1 Shin Chong & Co, Hotel street
5 Tong On, Waiawa, wn
2d Kong On. King street
I ETA X L, MA III.
2 JW Girvin Wralluku
3 C Alaana, Walhee
8 Kailui Uuil Poinaikalo Kipahnla, Maul
10 Ah Kau, Hpreckelsvhle, Maui
12 Akuni, PukOO, Moiokal
17 C Awai, Lahaina
31 Kahinu. Wananahua, H&na
02 L Akana. ILahtU
22 Mrs C liatcheior, Wailuko
22 Chin Yaii, Valiuku
2J A Oaitcnoerg, Waliulcu
tO Woas Alau, Makawao
KETAtlVHAWAJI.
1 Oscar Maatike, Laupahoehoe, UOo
2 AVaiakca bugar tuujpany, Halo
2 All 'co, N ortu Konaia
6 hhew t ovk Kt & Co, Keia, Kau
9 BcmjJ Ponigeienon, Kajoiui, is'urth Kohala
S L itulawu, North Kohala
S 'ioug Wo. MaKiaJa, Norm KohnLt
S Toclc Ong t Co, .uauapaiu, Nonh Koliala
9 V Akiu, iioaoLuaKHU, NoxtU Kohala
SI C Y Aloutt, fuua, Hh&
13 C Y Aiouai LittUpuiiivuoe, Hilo
Vj r 11 fcioiuitS, uiiio, HauiaKUa
21 W C Borden, inina, Hi-.waU
27 C Alfciutxkc, Waiohinu, iCau
KTA I L, i A U A I.
ICY Aiona, llanapepe, Koloa
3 Wo Hup Kee, HaUapepe, KolOA
9 J Wuiowaiu. xLiiii.
11 ni'K Wo ft co, lioiialei
JH H.OUS Lllug, x&.LUiUcii
2d Wa Kee, xxitnulel
2 Aloiuu, ILtpiu. (
WJIOtESAU
1 HEMcIntyre tl3iother, corner King and Fort
1 Lluiou Feed Compiny, Qaeea street
Kwong Yin buijj fe CV, uuauu street
XSOAT.
1 Nawalow.Ue, Lahaina
- 20 -utiUiele, lionojulu
7v I G J "Wailsr, Nuuanu street
1 U J V. Klicr, t-ueet
. T9, UJ Wn.l;r, irisu ALu-icet
cO mm ere 17 j xi Joa.-&, ltiuinu.. .aatii
cans, in - J Zoiia, iiaiau, iCoualu
the trad? 3 Akeo
.11 J Hilton. Fisn Market
is w K uiiu-jiic-, vviiuku, Maui
25 J JbLMpua. Jiilu
lilLLLlitDS.
3 C IIopp & to, Jvuliului, Maui
3 Akiu, KufieoLe
& ucc, North Kohaii
U J -TV .Will. 1, iiUu
SJ ..Uluu, Ua, uLlikU
Yuca iui, Wuii-nHi
POBK BUTCHER.
4 Tack Chongr. Hotel street
15 Chung Lung Tal, llanamaulu, Lihue
AUCTION.
22 J Kaelemakule, Sooth Konn, Hawaii
21 A B Cleghorn fc Co. Uilo, Hawaii
30 J It Mills, Haciakua, Hawaii
P1)I)I.INU.
23 D W Keliiliiaa, Honolulu. 344-Ian 27
I'olice Court.
cEronc voLiE-JuaTics bickertox.
Moan at. Dec. 29, 1SS.
lihu&i anl Katiulu. having been found
drunk, forfeited each their bail of $S.
A. Cray forfeited his bail of $20. which he
had paid, ponding hi examination on the
chargo of wife beating.
Ah Sing waa remanded, after a brief ex
amination, ou the charge of having assaulted
Kauhana.
Solomon and Kahomahele, for fighting,
paid SG.10 each.
,The gevca Chiacmen who were arrested
Sunday for fishing, were reprimanded and
discharged.
Koole, up for selling liquor illegally, was
found guilty and remanded for sentence on
the 31st.
Island Xotes.
Hilo, Pec. 19, 1834.
A tishing-boHl containing two white men
and ono half-white was blown away from
Coco&nut Island 6hortly after the steamor
left, and nothing was heard from them for
tome time. As soon as tho gale subsided a
little, our Sheriff sent a boat in search of
them, and they were fund sumo distance
from land and brought to shore.
It has rained hero very heavily lately, and
the wind has blown a regular gale.
Kohala, Hawaii, Dec. 27.
Tho lo Iters mentioned as going astray
between Hawaii and Maui wo learn, upon
inquiry, woro posted at tho regular office,
and not entrusted to a friend ; and further,
we learn that ono has novcr yet reached its
destination.
Wo hear that Mr. Chapin, manager of the
Kohala Plantation, is again down with
his old complaint. Wo wish him a quick
recovery.
Another ball on the docket for tho New
Year at tho Club. A good evening is hoped
for, as & merry timo is certain under the
managemsnt that is.
Heavy southerly winds prevailed during
the week, doing some damage to flumes, but
not so much as tho previous years.
A Chinaman at Niulii scalded his foot at
thft mill bet will have no permanent trouble
from it.
Host of tho mills ia tho district arc grind
ing, so that things look lively about us.
A Chinaman at Halawa caught his hand
in a cane cutter, and bo badly injured two
of the .fingers that Dr. Thompson was
obligediiamputato them. 4
Is it not rather outrageous that
Chinese laborera should not bo informed
about their taxes until they aro overdue.
and then bo called upon by a policeman who
demands one dollar extra from every ono of
them? : ' .
Tho Chinese at IXakapala had a very
pleasant time on Christmas Eve, which they
made the occasion for & Christmas tree.
Dev. Jdr. Whalley, who has the religious
teaching of them, seems to be much trusted
and beloved, and is doing good work among
them not only by his instruction, but by bis
kind attentions to their wants and substan
tial aid when sick, or in distress. Talking
pious and not aoting it is bound to get you
left in tho race, and Mr. Whalley's success is
deserved.
CORRESPONDENCE.
We do not iiold ourselves responsible for the
tateiaenta made, or opinions expressed by oar
correspondents. .
Mb. Editob: What i3 this heresy that
I ro;ir n correspondent, W. E. W., ad
varices.'
Ho epeaks of 'Spanish linins.' Docs he
not mean English ruins? Away with this
iconoclast. Tho world has been listening
to tho accounts of tho discovery (?) of these
islands by Capt. Cook for a hundred years,
anil now comes this W. E. W. fa Yankee, I
presume) and tries to undo all that has
.been dono, tending to show that (notwith
standing the&o islands wore discovered by
tho Spanish two hundred years and raor
before Capt. Cook wa3 born, their position
accurately given, tho islands all named,, and
which i3 well known, but we will not
acknowledge it) these so-called ruins are of
Spanish origin! Away with such an idea.
No doubt Capt. Cook was tho originator of
these ruins. After all, wo have come to
perpetuate tho memory of that bold (I
almost said bald) and skillful navigator,
after hviag deposited the stump of the tree
(at the foot of whioh Captain Cook was
killed) in the museum at Woodward'H Gar
dens, in San Francisco; after erecting a
monument at great expeuso and eclat, after
having a commission appointed by Parlia
ment and a special man-of-war to accom
pany this commission, after ail these things
shall this W. E. W. overturn all this? No,
by Jove. These are the Sandwich Islands,
and they were discovered by Capt. Cook,
and the islands discovered by the Spanish i
are no matter where sunk, perhaps. We
intend to stick to our ducovcrv.
An Indignant
Beitox.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that we, the under
signed, for conditions broken on account cf non
payment of rent, havo taken possession of all
furniture whatsoever belonging to Mr. J. F. Noble,
now at our house on King .street, situated at Leleo,
Island of Oahu. and t hut the same will be Mold at
public auction after fifteen days hare elapsed from
the date of this notice, unless the amount of rent
on said house shall have been paid, and also all
expenses accruing thereupon.
(Signed) MAN I EL JOSEPH.
346 de31vrtie3Q MRS. MANUEL JOSEPH.
whips ! CARRIAGE whips !
An Invoice from Jfcw York
Just Opened.
A New Invoice of Plows,
Improved Double Mold Boards
and Breakers,
AT
DILLINGHAM & CO'S,
FORT STREET,
HONOLULU.
Sit dwjair
J. W. HIK8XJCT. OJCO. WOOD.
J. W. HIKGLEY z CO.
iantifacturera of
HAVANA CIGARS,
Importers, Wholesale and Ketail Dealers in
Tobacco, Cigarettes & Smokers' Articles
TRY OUR
Home Manufactured Cigars.
No. 09 Fort St., in Campbell'H New
Fireproof Building, anil No.
78 Hotel Steeet.
HONOLULU, II.I. 164-wtf
TIME TABLE OF STEALERS
or tiik
USTTER-ISXiAlSTD
STEAM NAVIGATION CO.
Steasiaep W.CIIIaDl
BATES. - ..Commander
Leave Honolnla- for Sfaalaea, Konn
and Kau on
fWedneBday October 22, at 4 f,m.
Monday isovcmoer a, at
Arriving; at Ilonolnlu on
Wednesday..........
Oct
Q o C 1 V
....... .......aVM v
Sunday......,
Nov. , at "
Steamer IPlsinter,
CAMERON Commander
Inures Ilonolnlu Every Tuesday, at
5P. M..
For Nawlliwill, Koloa. Eleele and Waimea, Kauai.
Returning, leaves Nawiliwui every ?aturaay
evening, arriving back every Sunday morninar.
Sfeaiiiei Iwalani,
FREEMAN - Commander
Leaves Ilonolnlu Every Tuesday at
13 M.
For Ilamoa. Kukuihaele. Ilonokaa and Paauhau.
Return will stop at llamoa. arriving back every
Sunday morning. -
Steamer ITas. Blalcee,
WEIR Commander.
Leaves -Ilonolnlu Every
Friday at
OA. 91.
Fo. Walauae, Walaluo, Kapaa. and Kilauea.
TiPtiirnfnE? lpfivps KaDaa every Txday at 4 F.it.,
and touching at Waialua and Walane, arriving
back every Wednesday afternoon
BCS OFFICE of the Company, foot of Kilaoea
Street, near the PMBS Wharf. 202-wtf
TfiXO . Uommanaer
niTT-R ktRaM EU KINAU" WILL. LEAVE
5 Hmsrni.iTi.n EACH TUESDAY at 4 M.,
touching at Lahaina, Maalaea Bay. Makens. Ma-
hukona, Kawaihae. Laupanoenoe ana xiuu.
Returning, will touch at all the above ports,
arriving at Honolulu each Jsaturaay i: ia.
Thi . kinait" will eave her wharf at 4 P.
M.. ani NO FREIGHT WILL BE RECEIVED
AFTER 3. P.M. Due notice lsgiven of this rule
and will b carried out. l23-ttv u
PACIFIC SUILJTEA1IIIP CO
TABLE.
.
For San Francisco
Australia... . On or about January IS, 16S3
For Auckland and Sydney :
Zeulandia. -On or about Dec.
l2:i.tXRt!
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SVdccrlistmcnls.
IMPORTANT ! !
ri.Tiir. Saxi: A Sox (Homer Polk Saxe)
are breeders and importers of eveky vaiuety
of nioKouGiruBFJi domestic live stock. We
Lave made this our sole business for the
past 14 y::aes; have imported 123 car loads
from the Eastern and Middle States to Cali
fornia. (Urine oftic.-. Lick House, S. F.)
We are ;;! tleakrs in okaie ammals, es-x-ciai
iy p)i ep, and milch rows. We always
sll ;tr very lvusouabif pruvr a;;l n con-vt-nit.;nt
terms.
Bv tiie "Chius HpieiLt 1" arrived 'J head
of ilwbjtfiii." "Short Horn," "Jersey" and
"Ayishivt " breeding cattle, and within two
weeks several crate i f breeding Berkshire
pigs and hogs. Weexjnct to remain here
two or thn-e months or more for health
and "elimatf" in the meantim- will re
eeivt; rd rs for any breed family or strain,
of cj.'ur? liKEEiHNU domestic animal. Sat
isKAt iu.N GrARAMEED. Oflicewith K. W.
Lstinr-. r.sq., No. :U Fort Street, Honolulu.
I'ltTEJi Saxe and Homes Poijk Haxc
310Jnnll-wJan21
PETEK DALTOST
jSTo. 91 Iviiicr St.
Once more solicits the puiroog and tiupport of
thoso who for twenty years knew and
dealt with fclm
Plain Talk Pays Always.
Peter hua for many years worked for and en
deavored to pleaee every class of the community
from the highest in the land down to the humblest
of the working classes, and he can say that during
that time he never made an enemy or lout a cus
tomer. Now he has again put his band 'to the
plow, and 13 a well able and willing to give honest
work, good material, and fair value for money na
ever vet was done in the Hawaiian Islands. Has
always on hand
Single ami Donble Harness.
Express Harness,
Plantation HarneftN
Whips, Spurs,
Chamois, Spongrcs,
Brushes.
And everything: requisite for the
Stable.
K7"A fall line of English and Sydney Baddies,
Saddle Cloths, Blankets, etc., always In ptock.
What he has not got he can make.
290 my26d&w
Bone Meal! Bone Meal !
TIONE MEAL. (WARRANTED PURE), FROM
11 the Mannfo-ctory of BUCK & ASHLAND
San Franclaco. Ordere for this
Celebrated Fertiliser
will now be received by the undersigned. Planters
are reineLted to send their orders In early, so that
there will be no delay in naving mem niieu ui
ime for the planting season. Also,
Super- Phosphates.
A Fine Fertilizer for Cane.
Orders received in quantities to suit.
165-wtf WM. G. IRWIN fc CO., Agens
J. HOPP & CO.
"So 7-4 Hinsr Street, llouolnln.
HAVE ON HAND
ionized Flush Plor Sets,
Odd Upholstered Chairs,
AND ALL KINDS OF
ELEGANT
Eastern Enrniture.
Bedding- of all kinds kept on Iiand
and made to order.
Iarlor Sets rc-coTered and re-stuffed,
and all kinds of Furniture
REPAIRED
Parties will do well by calling and exam
ining our b dding and upholstery, as wc
emi loy the bet of help.
XT Telephone No. 143.
167-wtf
THE NEW YORK j
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. 4
OliGA.MZKI) IS15.
rrBELT JIITIAL.
Assets $53,000,000
surplus .-10,000,000 I
TIIK NEW YOUK LIFE LSHU3CE CO. i
has bten doing business for thirty-eight years, uuri w.
was never so strong and prosperous as now. It
oOVrs to those desiring life insuntoce
A COSXBLATIO. OF ADVANTAGES I
which only long experience, a large and wcll-cs- '
tablLsneu business, and carefully jerfecteU plan T
and methods can afford. Among these advantn- 4
ges are ' J,
A."bsolute Security.
Insurance t JLow Cot. . '
.Equitable Dealing.
1 very desirable form of 1'oliry Issued
J some with advantages offered by no other
Company. Apply to
C. O. BERGSR,
13b-wtf encral Agent for Hawaiian Islands
THE CITY OF LONDON 1
FIRE INSUKANOE AUY
or LONDON.
Capital, - -
LIMITED. j
Havlnar ewtaMished an Aicencjr here.
the undersigned to authorised to accept rialw J
acftinst Fire, Buildintfs. JCIerehanclLte. I
Fnrnuure, etc.. m th moot favorM '
terms. Ixxneti promptly dtuted and payable !
here. I
C.O.BKRrlt,
138-wtf Agent l..railan Islands
soiiTii immsii aud iikkcaktile - t
Insurance Company. J
Established JQOO.
Resources cf the Company aa at 31st Dec. 1R1
t Authorized Capital. -.3,000,000 ' u ,
2 Subscribed . 2fi00jm '
3 Paid up . ..... .600,fto
4 Fire Fund and Keservea aa at I
31st Dec, 1883 l&iffifo
h IJfe and Annuity Funds.. ZfliJW. . J
6 Kevcnue Fire Branch 1,107,1M '
7 Life and Annuity J
Branches......................... 484,79ft
En. JIOFI'SCIIIAEaKlt A CO., ' .
190-wtf Agents for the Hawaiian Islands ,
GREAT WESTERN '
INSURANCE COMPANY, j
50 WALL STREET, NEW V0RKJ
J
Tho above Company linvfngr eft&S
lished an Asency at Honolulu, for tho Ilawn
iian Islands, the undersismed is authorized to accept
uuu wriie
MARINE
ON
merchandise, Freight. Treasure
Commissions, and Hulls
.i current Rates.
Yiftn. C- BR WIN t CO., 'C
J92-wtf
Managers for Hawaiian Island:.
xt xsr x
2sr
Fire and Marino Insurcnco
"3
Of Ifew Zealand.
m. m. m. i II VtUUUtUUT ,)
Havlnar Established an Airenry
Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands. tf
.,
dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Fkn
In dwellings, stores warehouses and merchandise
on favorable terms. Marine risks on cargo -i
freights, bottomry, profits and commissions. i
Eosses promptly adjusted A payable.
193-wtf WM. O. IRWIN & CXK
" IIAMni-RG-MAtiDEnURU " j.
FIRK IHSURAKCS COHPAHY V;
OF HAMBURG,
BITIEDITG, MERCHANDISE, FUJI
niture and Machinery insured nalnst "Kirn n 1
the most favorable terms.
A. JAEGJER Agent for the HawaUai!
195-wtf !
Hamburc-Bremon I
FIEE INSUEANOE COMPANY,
THE t7JJDEltSIONEI EIAVINIS BEEBT
appointed Agents of the above Company, ar;
prepared to insure risks against fire, on ft ton r
and Briek Bnildiujcs, and on Klerclian
llse, stored therein, on the most favorablo tcrme.
For particulars apply at the office of
196-wtf F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
. GERMAN LLOYD
Marine Insnrance Co.. of Berlin
rOBTUSA
General Insurance Co., of-Berlin,
TIIE ABOVE iKSrnANCE fOjlPA.
nies have established a General Agency here
and the undersigned, General Agents, are auUkh
ized to take s-.
Risks a-alnst the Dangers of the Seas at th
most Reasonable Rates, and on the
Most Favorable Terras.
F A. SCHAEFER & CO., General Agent.
193-wtf
ROYAL INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF LIVERPOOL,
CAPITAL 810.00(,000
UNLIMITED LIABILITY.
"p'ire Insurance of all description
a. iii oe eneciea at 5iKierate Rates of Ft rcJ
um, by the undersigned.
fll. ' WM. IRWIN' & CO.
, ,wtr Manager for Haw. iKlandn
Notice 13 hereby g!ven that all persons foumi
pL-icing dead animals on the reef, attaching thom
to the harbor buoys, or depositing iheinwbeifc
they may be a public nuisance, will be prosecuted.
JOHN H. BROWN,
Agent Roard of Health.
Honolulu, Dec. 20, 1891.
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