Iq re Hawaiian Mercantile Co.
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Honolulu, Oct. 2!, 18U1 J
WluTcus, llii! w:ti ian Mercantile
C'o. lsiiw, pursuant, to I ho luws in sueli
case nnuii' anil provided, duly lilcd
with the undersigned a petition for
the dissolution of the said Corpora
tion, together with a certificate thereto
annexed as required by law, now,
Notice is hereby given to any and
all persons who have been or are now
interested in any manner whatsoever
in the said Corporation, that objections
to the granting of the said petition
must be hied in the olliee of the under
signed on or before TUESDAY, the
5th day of .'miliary, 18112; and that
any person or persons desiring to he
heard thereon must be in atlendanee
at. the otliee of the undersigned in
Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock
A. m. of that day and show cause why
said petition should not be granted.
C. N. Sl'ENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otliee, Oct. 2!, 181)1.
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TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE,
Tax Payers of the District of
The Rooks of the Tax Assessor
for the District of Kona, Island of
Oahu, will be open for inspection by
persons liable to taxation from Octo
ber 20th to November 1st, 18'J1
(Sundays excepted), in the Kapua
iwa Building, between the hours of 1)
o'clock in the forenoon anil 4 o'clock
in the afternoon ; Saturdays until 12
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Assessor, District of
Kona, Island of Oahu.
C. A. Bkows,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes
1st Division. 24G 2w
Tax Payers in this District are
hereby notified that the Taxes for the
current year will be due and payable
at the Office of the Tax Assessor and
Collector in the Kapuaiwa Building,
on the 2d day of November, A. D.
The Office is open from 9 a. in. to 4
p. m. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must he paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid befor the 15th day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 per cent, costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes, District of Kona, Island of
Minister of Finance ad interim.
Members of the Tax Appeal
Boards for 1891, commissioned by
the Minister of Finance:
Honolulu W F Allen, J T Water
Ewa & Waianae A J Campbell,
L K Kalualani.
Waialua James Gay, V A liuiek.
Koolauloa J as Donnelly, Jas Cor
win. Koolaupoko Jas. Olds, Jas. Ste
wart. Lahatna II Dickinson, L M
Wailuku II W Dryden, E B Friel.
Makawao F W Hardy, J Kama
kele. liana S W Kaai, F Wittrock.
Molokai D. Kailua, S l'iiapoo.
Lanai Kealakaa, Namiliuiili.
Lihue W F Lucas, Josia Keawe.
Kawaihau It C Spalding, G B
Koloa W D Wishard, Kahuekao.
Wainiea and Niibau II II Gars
tin, D Kua.
Hanalei W I Wells, E Kuapuhi.
Hilo C E Richardson, E Smith.
" Puna R Ryeroft, W II Sliipman.
Kau Wm Kaaemoku, J K Keka
ula. North Hilo W S I'a, Hookimoa.
Hamakua M V Holmes, Henry
North Kohala J Maguire, G 1'
South Kohala F Spencer, Z Paa
kiki. North Kona J G Hoapili, C Kaia
iki. South Kona S Kaeo, J W Kuai-
Minister Finance ad interim.
Finance Department, Oct. 2G, 1891.
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Sale of Government Lots on
the Lower Side of Prospect
Street, Punchbowl Hill, Ho
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 11, 1891,
tit the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will be sold
at public auction Nine (9) Lots on
the lower side of Prospect street,
Punchbowl Hill, Honolulu, Oahu,
varying in size from 10.'ixl88 feet to
Upset price: Varying from 8100
to $250 each lot, according to size
and location. The terms and condi
tion of sale will be cash or, at the
option of the purchaser, one-fourth
cash and the remainder in equal in
stallments payable in one, two or
three years, with interest payable
semi-annually at the rate of 7 per
cent per annum.
The purchaser must within one
year from the date of purchase en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from the Government pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued for
the laud upon the final payment of
the purchase price.
A map of the lots can be seen and
full particulars learned at the Land
Otliee. Water mains have been or
shortly will be laid adjoining all of
the above lots.
C. N. Sl'ENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otliee, Oct. 7, 1891.
Sale of Lease of the Govern
ment Land of Kahoiwai, Ma
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 18,1891,
at 12 o'clock noon, at the front en
trance of Aliiolani Hale will be sold
at public auction the lease of that
Government land of Kahoiwai, Ma
noa, Oahu, containing an area of 17
acres more or less.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset price if 20 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
1!. N. Sl'ENCEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 10, 1891.
Honou lu, l: I., May 27, 1891.
Notice is hereby given to all holders
of water privileges that owing to the
prolonged drouth, it is necessary that
care be used in the use of water.
Holders of privileges and the public
generally are therefore respectfully
requested to assist the Department
by exercising economy in the use of
The irrigation hou.v are from 7
8 a. m., and 5 to 0 c.'c vk p. sc.
JOHN ( . WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Vt aler Works.
C. N. Sl'ENCEK,
Minister o( the Interior.
Hedged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1891.
The Messenger appears to-day in
the lap of the Elele, like a kangaroo
baby in its mamma's pouch. It is
as senselessly vague and scurrilous
as when its mother didn't know it
"Omen" and ''Nemo" have both
taken notice of the hints that their
contributions are too long. If they
act thereon there is no reason WI13'
they should not share in the Bulle
tin's always "open column" till they
exhaust their stocks of argument.
Short letters, it is safe to say, would
be read by ten persons to every one
who wades through their habitually
People in this country, who may
have been disturbed by the cry of
"Wolf!" on different sides, might
find salutary exercise in looking
abroad. "Medical councils have
been summoned in the distressed
provinces of Russia. Scurvy and
typhus are raging in the wake of
famine." The despatch conveying
these distressful words goes on to
state that famine prevails in thirteen
governments of the country, and 14,
000,000 people are m urgent need of
succor. With our prospects here be
ing no worse than some diminution
in the influx of money from the
sugar market, carrying a necessity
for increased public anil private
economy, it is as liaine to whine about
"hard times" in the future while
so many millions of the race are
starving for bread in the present.
A STILL CROWING INDUSTRY.
A notable event of to-day, in the
midst of all the preaching of a com
ing cataclysm of ruin to the main
industry of the country, is the start
ing of the lirst-class new sugar mill
at Ewa 011 this island. It, will pro
bably be some considerable time be
fore this great new undertaking will
repay anything 011 the investment.
With, however, the more economical
production of sugar as compared
with former days, due to the great
improvements in sugar-iniking ma
chinery, there ueed be no fear that
this and contemporaneous large
ventures will not in due time be
lucrative investments. Cane sugar
is going to hold its own against beet
sugar, according to the opinion of
the highest experts, and Hawaii,
even if she has to pay more for labor
than other countries, lias possessed
certain negative advantages, such as
immunity from disastrous hurricanes
and devastating cane diseases which
if continued will enable her to rival
any competitor. Germany is discon
tinuing the system of supporting her
beet sugar industry by bounties.
Although the United State9 has taken
up this system when other countries
are throwing it aside, its tenure there
must be very uncertain, while its
success beyond tho initial boom is
not at all assured. There is great
opposition to bounties on principle
in that country, and sugar men them
selves realize that the present favor
to them marks them more than ever
as objects of invidious jealousy. A
turn in political affairs is liable to
upset the whole system, when the
sugar producers would be in a worse
state than if they had been left to
work out their own salvation. There
is the additional uncertainty of the
farmers long agreeing with the re
finers for whom they raise the beets
on the question of price. This very
thing has wrecked beet sugar enter
prises elsewhere after they had made
an auspicious beginning. While our
planters are undoubtedly face to face
with a necessity of attaining cheaper
production than ever, their com
plaints after all have to be discounted
considerably. In their very best
years they have never let up on the
cry, "Give, give, more cheap labor
and cheaper labor than before!"
REPLY TO BONACCORD.
Euitoh Bulletin :
Someone signing himself "Bonac
cord" in the Advertiser tries to
thwart me in the effort to advertise
Hawaii abroad by the use of stere
opticon views. He mentions a set of
lantern slides as having been pub
lished in Scotland this year, number
ing 58 and costing only $14.50.
Now. if Bonaccord bring nie GO
slides of Hawaiian views I will pay
him S50, and 2 apiece additional if
he iiave them painted artistically to
suit my exhibition. Let him put up
his views or else hereafter cease try
ing to injure me by anonymous,
cowardly insinuations. My proposed
series of Hawaiian views is not de
signed merely for my own profit, but
largely 'out of gratitude to the good
people here for their kindness and to
the steamship companies and Vol
cano House Company for their many
favors. Ben Hogan.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE.
lieware of Imitations.
V FIRST-CLASS Ship's Cook wanted
for the Yacht "Beagle."
tT "VfOTfOlC is hereby given that
A&x i.1 the following described
animals will lie sold at public auction
on SATURDAY', Nov. 14, I8!U, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
at Makiki :
1 White Mottled Horse, branded "P."
1 Dark Mare, all feet black and shod,
with white spot, on left hind leg, sole 011
right sifle, uo brand.
tKi? Owners of the above animals must
send in their claims within 15 days,
otherwise they will be sold on the date
above uauied. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 18SH. 258 2t
n N N Miami Avenue, simile
or e" will baih,
t-uited to light housekeeping.
Apply at this otliee. 253 tf
A I7LKXISHEI) House for
re,S JL sale containing parlors,
ii riflft three bedrooms, dining-room,
kilelien, pantry, bathhouse and out
houses, with lease of lot. Inquire on
premises 011 Young street, between
Thomas Square and Alapai street.
FOR SAI..K or LIS SE.
39, a rpHE Desiiable Residence
1 situate between Young
TiftlrarH ami King streets, near Keeau
mokii street now occupied and belong
ing to John Leal. For particulars ap
ply ou the premises. 257 liu
Family Residence To Let.
kl k 'PllE Handsome Residence
V ou Beretania street, be.
1 inifinjjto th Dickson E.-tate,
occupied by Mr. .). II. foper is lor rent
on November 1st. For pailiciihus in
quire of W F. ALLEN,
liinhop it Co.'s lluildiiijr, Kaahu
uiauu street. 265 liu
AnctlontSaiBS by James F. Morgan.
l&ia 111 Bsrclai St.
On SA1 URDAY, Nov. 71h,
AT 12 cvt ,'w;K
At my Salesroom, Q";'n I will
sell at Pnbl'u Auction,
The Premises o?i ihe Corner of
Beretania & Punchbowl
At present occupied by Mr. G. West as
The Lot has a frontage of 121 feet on
Beretania street and 130 feet on Puuch
bowl street. There is a Large Dwelling
Houe, One Cottage, Barn and Carriage
Houses on the property.
ty For further particulars apply to
J AS. F. BIORGAN,
CITY -:- RESIDENCE !
I have been Instructed to sell at Public
Auction at my Salesroom,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 14th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOOV
That Desirable Residence on Hotel
street, adjoining the Hawaiian Hotel
and known as the
The Property has a frontage of 1 10.8
feet on Hotel street and is from 12" to
21!!! feet deep. There is a Commodious
Dwelling House and Two Cottages on
the Property. The grounds are nicely
planted widi shade trees anil ornamental
shrubbery. The pieinises are ut present
rented at $750 per annum.
JBST" For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORUAV,
Seaside-:- Residence -;-Sito
On SATURDAY, Nov. 7th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOO.
At my alcRiootn, Q,ueen street, I will
sell at Public Auction,
Fine SeasiOe RgsMence Bites
Being a oubdivision of the seaside resi
dence of .Mr. J. Ena.
The Lots have a frontage of 00 feet, on
the beach and a depth of 250 feet with a
frontage of GO feet on Kcukalani street.
The proposed new Government road
from King street to the beach will run
along the westerly boundary of the Lots.
The Lots all face on a magnificent
beach, giving purchasers of these I.ois
the finest bathing and boating beach at
Parties wishing to view the Lots
should make application to the Auc
tioneer. JAS. F. MORGAN,
251 13t Auctioneer.
X'-ort HI ret-t.
HAS FKKSIl DAILY
Head Cheese, Bologna,
Pork & Ottasr Kinds of Savages
Of unsurpassable quality, made by the
well-known German sausage
maker G. !SonnAiiiii.
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HAWAIIAN OPERA H008R
V 7 K have appointed Mr. Lewis J.
V Levey Agent for the Hawaiian
Opera House, ami parties wishing to
rent same for the purpose of entertain
ments or shows will please apply to him.
WM. (jr. iKWIV (t CO., L'i.
252 1 ill
Base Ball Association Grounds,
PlIKOl WTIIKK r.
On SATURDAY, Oct. 31st,
A t :i :: I. M
AMATEUR LEAGUE GAME
Crescent vs. St. Louis.
BATHS OF ADMISSION !
Adults 25 cts.
Children 10 cts.
. No extra charge for carriages.
1XG bought the lease
of this we-!mown
; Ksalilishni 11I, I
ion to its HiU rooms.
would .-all ulleii!
which I intend to
dil ion. A 11. holy
please take notice
kept iu the beoteon
desiriug lodgings will
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK.
Itlt'HAKD .4. MeC'I'KDY, . Incident.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members since its orgamzation THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insuranco Company.
For full particulars apply to-
" General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Notice of Removal!
The undersigned has this day
NEW and SPACIOUS STORE
On his Old Stand
Cor. Fort 4 Herehmt Sk,
With a Large Assortment of
In every line, suitable for gen
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FOI1 J4IE !
The Celebrated Thoroughbred Stallions
"Joe Daniels" & "King, William"
Formerly owned by Dr. John Ttrodie,
to be seen at. the stables of the Wood
iawn Dairy & .Stock Co., I'unahou.
geir Those who want to purchase good
Stallions should make early application.
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ELECTION of OFFICERS
AT the annual meeting oi" the stock
holders of tlie Paia Plantation
hold at the olliee of Castle it Cooke
on the 20th instant, the following of
ficers were elected for the ensuing
II. I'. Baldwin President,
W. O. Atwater., . .Vice-President,
J. H Atbcrtou Treasurer,
T. W. llobron Secretary,
W. A. Bowen Auditor.
W. A. UOWEN,
2oC lw Secretary pro tern.
ELKCTION of OFFICE StS.
AT the annual meeting of the Hai
ku Sujiur Company held at the
olliee of Castle & Cooke on the 27th
instant, the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year:
II. P. Baldwin President,
S. M. Damon Vice-President,
8. N. Castle Treasurer,
J. U. Atbcrtou ..Secretary,
E. W. Peterson Auditor.
W. A. BOWEN,
2")(i lw Secretary pro tern.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Kohala Sugar
Company held at the olliee of Castle
& Cooke on the 27th instant, the fol
lowing officers were elected for the
ensuing year :
. S. C. Allen President,
J. Mott Smith. . . .Vice-President,
8. N. C:',stle .Treasurer,
J. 13. Atherton Secretary,
C. M. Cooke Auditor.
W. A. BOWEN,
250 lw Secretary pro tern.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
4 T the annual meeting of the Onomca
xV Sugar Co. held iu Honolulu, Oct.
27th, the following ollleers were elected
for the ensuing year:
.1. B. Atherion President,
,1. (). Caiter Vice-President,
U. P. Castle. Secretary,
(J. JL Kobertson Treasurer,
W. A, Ifowpn..., ,. Auditor.
O. P. O ISTLK,
254 lit Secretary O, S. Co.
TIIAVK given William F. Allen my
full power of attorney to act for me
dining my absence from the Kingdom.
Mr. U. A. liaeou will have charge of the
Enterprise Mill and all buildings and
contracts. PETEK 11 10,11.
Honolulu, Oct. 16, 18'J1.' Uo Jw
stamped Goods for Etching
N. S. SACHS',
104 Fort Street. - - Hono'ulu.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT, CONSISTING OF
Stamped Sideboard Scarfs,
Stamped Bureau Scarfs,
Stamped Tray Covers,
ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF
Stamped Xewspaper & Letter Bags, Stocking Bags, Laun
dry Bags, Etc., Etc.
Linen Floss & Working Cotton in all Colors !
Fancy Colored Silk Fringe for Fancy Work I
Iomf Cloili & LlDen for Stapii If lie Yard !
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
ARTISTIC, BEAUTIFUL, NOVEL
AJJD USEFUL I
Til Id ilJlt 10 V
Refrigerators Ice Chests !
Motto: "The Survival of lha Fittest;
FINISHED IN ANTIQUE OAK.
The Old Favorite "Eddy" ,0NCK
A NEW INVOICE OF
IXL Pocket Cutlery
Wade & Butchers' Razors,
Shelf Hardware, Agricultural Imple
ments, Vacuum Oil,
Plantation Supplies in Great Variety.
RUBBER HOSE 1 rtX'iSS! RUBBER HOSE
Art Rooms, : : Mclnerny Hall.
I'K TI IiK FKIMIXU TO OltDFIt I
lOO Fort .Street,
Have just received by last "Australia" complete stock in every department.
GLOVES, LACES. EMBROIDERIES,
IMbbons, Handkerchiefs, Curtains, Portieres,
Boy's Clothing, Straw & Felt Hats,
Tr utiles, Villi wom,
IN FACT A VERY COMPLETE STOCK, -a
FOR BARGAINS OF SUPERIOR GOODS
b. . mm& co,
OO FOUT KTKKICT.
Jfeg All our GOODS greatly reduced in order to make room for New
Importations to arrive.
aT Island orders will receive prompt attention and will be filled at
the same Iqw prices.
Dressmaking Department under tbe management of Miss K. CLARI?r
FROM ENGLAND AND THE STATES.
ROSS-Nsw & lent Pattens in all SLzes-EUGS
Chinese Matting, White & Fancy;
English Bedroom Sets, complete;
IRON BEDSTEADS, COTS & CRIBS,
FINE NEW LINE OF
Gent's Furnishing Goods !
fiEjNT'S yNDERWEAR IN. ALL TEXTURES,
Ladies' & Gent's Waterproof Coats yitU Sleeves or Cape,
KL'LL LINE OF
VASE3 I M GREAT VARIETY I
barren's Rotary Kaife Cleaners I
A labor saving machine without which no kitchen is complete.
T1IEO. If. PAVIES & CO.
Stamped Toilet Covers,
Stamped Vegetable Covers,
Stamped Bibs and Doylies.
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