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School Vncaliou Notice.
Tho regular Christmas vacation of
all public schools hi the Kingdom,
-will extend from FRIDAY, the 21st
of December, to TUESDAY, the 8th
of January, 1889. In future, the
vacations at Lahainaluna Seminary,
will bo at tho same time as those of
all other Government schools in the
By order of the Board of. Education.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Nov. 21, 1888.
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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, NOV. 2G, .1888.
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
By a majority of the votes of the
American people on the Gth day of
tho present month it was decided
that Mr. Harrison shall be Presi
dent of the United States, in suc
cession to Ihc present incumbent,
when the current term has expired.
Already the immense excitement
praceding and accompanying the
election is felt us a thing of the fad
ing past in the States, and the gen
eral routine of life proceeds pretty
much as before the excitement bei
gan, although to us it was a matter
of doubt and speculation until
yesterday, as to which party had
triumphed. The steamship .Ala
meda brought the news, aud now
we know. Those of our people who
are Americans and arc allied to the
Republican Party, and all those of
our polyglot community who may b.n
in sympathy with that party arc
glad and jubilant, while Democrats
and Democratic sympathisers arc in
a more grave humor; for most Am
erican residents in this country take
as lively an interest in the quad
Tennial Presidential election as if
they were at home.
According to a well-established
and a generally-recognised principle
in American politics, that "major
ity rules," it nuw becomes the duty
-of the losing party to submit with a
good grace to the choice of the ma
jority, and accept Mr. Harrison as
the President of the entire nation
and the whole people. This is a
duty which tne great American
family is not usually slow to fulfil.
Of course, there may be a few ex
tremists in the Democratic party
who believe and 'say that because
a Republican President has been
chosen the country is doomed and
ruin or disaster must follow. Sensi
ble men know better. They know
that whether a Republican or Demo
cratic President is at the head of the
nation, in reality matters but lit
tle.and that the great interests of the
country are about equally safe in
the hands of either.
DUTY ON LIGUOR IN NORWAY.
Editoh Bulletin: Permit me to
give tho editor of the P. C. A. the
information that the duties on spirits
in Norway have in no way boen
taken off, the New York medical re
cord to the contrary notwithstand
ing, I have beforo me the Norwegian,
custom houBo tariff. It saya that
the duty on all liquor in bottles or
stone jars, regardless of strength
is $1.50 per empcrial gallon, and on
liquors in casks or demijohns 50c.
per gallon. Alcohol for mechanical
purposes is free of duty, provided
it is made unfit to drink by adding
ingredients to it, that will make it
I am sorry that the editor of the
P. G. A. has called mo so many vile
names not for my own sake, but
for his. I will not repeat them, as
I will prevent as much as it is in my
power, foreign countries from seeing
the low standard of one of our
papers, professing to be the advo
cate of culture and toleration. Such
writingonly hurts tho writer, and
his party, and I believe and hope it
will open the eyes of many, who
think the P. C. A. a first class paper
in decent journalism.
Yours, etc., N.
At 11 :80 o'clock this morning a
Presidential election, bet wus settled,
when Alex. FJolir wheeled 1. O'Sul
jjvan in a wheelbarrow decorated
with flags, from tho Hawaiian Hotol
to the Anchor saloon. The proces
sion which attracted a largo crowd
was headed by a drummer. The
route taken was along Hotel street
to Pprfc, where the purty stopped at
tho Pantheon for refreshments, down
Fort to King street and direct to tho
Late Foreie lews.
(By the Alameda.)
Thirty-two men were killed by an
explosion in a Belgian coal mine.
The party of tin Right in Den
mark rcfuscs'to present tho King an
address on the anniversary of his
accession to the throne.
Prado, the Parisian murderer, has
been sentenced tq death.
The Chinese have infected the In
dians of British Columbia with lep
rosy. Viceroy Li Hung Chang has de
manded the recall of Denny, the
American adviser, to the. King of
Tho carriage of Canovas del Cas
tio was attacked at Madrid Nov. 14.
Australia and New Zealand will
be invited to send delegates to Eng
land to consider trade.
The London Economist declares
that all of Gladstone's equals have
The American syndicate will build
railroads in Siberia.
Gladstone's promise to present an
arrears scheme has astonished the
Lord Randolph Churchill caused
the withdrawal of a scheme to create
a British Minister of Agriculture.
The appointment by the Queen of
a new Governor for Queensland is
causing much excitement in that
Three Mormon elders have been
tarred and feathered and ordered
to leave Marion county, Ala.
It is alleged in New York, that
Chinese merchants intend to boy
cott American goods.
One of the Louisiana train rob
bers and an accomplice have been
William "Walker, chief of the Bald
Knobbers, will be hanged on De
The debate in the Chamber of
Debuties at Paris Nov. 15th, re
sulted in several challenges to duels,
all but one of which were with
drawn. The war cloud again hangs over
France, Russia and Germany.
Emperor Frederick's diary is still
the subject of comment by the Ger
It is asserted that the King of
Wurtombcrg has been forced to con
sent to dismiss his American favo
rites. The anti-Irish bias of the Parnell
Commission is daily becoming more
The followers of El JJahdi have
captured the town of Wadai, after
losing 3,000 men.
The steamer Nantes and the ship
Theodore Ruger were sunk by a col
lision off the Lizard.
There appears to be no very de
finite agreement between England
and Germany regarding Zanzibar.-
Right Honorable Sir Richard Bag
gallay, formerly Lord Justice of
Appeal, died in London, Nov. 1G.
He was 72 years of age.
Thirty men were killed in an ex
plosion in a coal mine at Aulilina
nia, Sicily, Nov. 10.
Rear-Admiral of the United States
Navy Charles II. Baldwin, retired,
died at noon of Nov. 17.
Duke Maxiraalian of Bavaria,
stricken with apoplexy, is dead. He
was 82 years of age.
Portugal, on invitation of Great
Britain and Germany, will send ves
sels to take part in tho blockade of
East African ports. ,
The Marquis of Landsowne, Governor-General
of India, has started
Ex-Queen Natalie's appaal to the
Patriarch's of Constantinople and'
Athens has been unsuccessful. Both
decline to interfere.
A house collapsed on Litchfield'
street, London, Nov. 9, causing the
death of six persons and the injury
The Salgotayar mine in Hungary
is flooded with water. Twenty rain
ers have been drowned.
Ilenrich von Bamburger, a dis
tinguished physician, is dead.
The coasting steamer Vaitarina,
which left Cutch for Bombay with
900 natives on board, is supposed to
have foundered in a recent cyclone
and that all hands were lost.
Another shocking murder of the
well-known Whitecbapel type was
perpertrated Nov. 9, within 800
yards of the spot where the woman
Chapmau was killed last September.
The details of this tragedy aro even
more revolting than those of the six
which preceded it. The accurate
circumstances of the. affair nre diffi
cult o discover.
PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC.
The Paradise of tho Pacific is now
in tho hands of Messrs. J. J. Wil
liams as Manager, and Wray Tay
lor, Kditor. No pains will be spar
ed to carry out tho object of the
' Paradiso" to tho fullest extent in
tho future. A large number of cop
ies were sent on tho Alameda to be
distributed at the Melbourne Exhi
FIRE AT LAUPAHOEHOE.
On Wednesday last a fire Btarted
in tho basement of a store owned by
Ah Lee, at Laupahoehoe, Hawaii,
and the ilames gained such headway
that seven buildings, including two
stores, word burned to tho ground.
It is reported tho Chinese refused to
help save property. Tho losd is es
timated at about $10,000. An en
quiry was held when a jury return
ed a verdict of malicious burning
against some party pr parties unknown.
Below is given a table of tho
electoral votes showing tho result
of tho Presidential election.
Harrison & Morton.
Nevada , .- 3
New Hampshire 1
New York 8G
Rhode Island , 4
West Virginia G
Clevoland & Thurman.
Alabama. . 10
Arkansas ' 7
Delaware. ." 3
Keutucky . 13
Mississippi. . ? 9
New Jersey '9
North Carolina ". .11
South Carolina 9
EXCURSI0N"T0 THE ISLANDS.
A very neatly gotten-up book
issued by Raymond and Whitcomb,
excursion agents of Boston, Mass.,
gives particulars of nine grand trips
already arranged. Included is ono
to the Hawaiian islands, under per
sonal escort to take place early next
year. The book says "this trip
affords one of the most novel and
oxhilirating experiences of modern
travel, and now that the voyager can
surround himself with every com
fort and luxury, the excursion is
one that should command general
attention." The party, will sail
from San Francisco, February 9th,
arriving here on the lGth. From
that date to March 13lh will be
spent on the islands and includes a
trip to the Volcano. The cost of
the excursion including everything
from the time of leaving San Fran
cisco, to returning to that place is
fixed at $235.
It O. BREWER & CO.
OK Friday evening last, between J.
A. CiimniinV roiiduice and Piikol
street, .a Carriage L:ip Robe with blnck
velvoi s'tripcH. Finder will be rewarded
on returning satne to. Bulletin OiBcc.
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STRAYED or STOLEN
FROM the Government
Stables a Black Re
triever Slut Pup. A suit,
able reward will be given
to any person returning
said Pup to JAS. COLLINS,
107 It At the Government Stables.
Will Wail on
Tuesday, Nov. 27ft, at 0 p.m.
For Kauuakakai, Kahului, Iveanac,
Hana, Haraoa, Kipahulu, Laupahoehoe
and Uilo; returning to Honolulu,
Sunday morning, December 2nd.
WUDEE'S S. S. Co.
ii. iiA.OKriaLr & co.
Have ju6t received a fresh ship
St. Paul! Beer, qts & pts,t
Fu erst en Brau, qts & pts,
Warranted Puro and In Good Order
which they offer
FOR SALE at LOW RATES,
Boston to Honolulu
O. BREWER So CO.
their line from
bo in loading
a First Class Ves'el In
Boston for Honolulu tb
berth January 1, 1889,
If Sufficient Inducement Offers.
figyFor further Information apply to
0. BREWEE & CO.,
107 2w Quoen Street.
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Auction Sales by Jaraos F. Morgan.
Sale of Cloth
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 28, '88,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will Bell at Public Auction, a Largo
Assortment oi' Fancy Cloths
Black Diagonals, Blue Serges,
Lawn Tennis Cloths,
And a Fine Assortment of
Now Patterns and Styles.
Just the thing for Christmas
uud New Year Bulls.
Men's White Shirts,
India Gauze Shirts, -
Merino Finish Shirts,
Etc., Kin , Etc., Etc.
CSTOloods on view
Tui'sdny, No vein-
Remember that all the Suit Pieces
must be Sold at Any Price.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
THE undersigned will be In his office,
Brewer's Block, Hotel street, next
door to Candy Store, every 'day from 12
noon to 2 i. m. to receive orders, and
explain tlie use of nbovo valuable inven
tion for telephones. V. PECK.
U.m i cd States Lkuation,
Hon milu, H. I., Wov. 2B, 1S-.83. J
THE President of the United Suites
of America having designated
THURSDAY, thevO'.h in.l.; as u day ot
Thanksgiving unit Piuyer wiUi.'a reeotn.
memluliun that it lie oi served by Ihu
people in returning Ibimks to Hod for
the ionlinuince of His Protection and
Wherefore, I invite all American citi
zens Mijourning on these, isbinris to
make un observance of THURSDAY,
the 29lh Inst , as a day of '1 liaiiUsgiviuu
and Piiiisu in harmony with ihu people
of tho United Btatex
GEO. W. MERRILL.
Bervices will be huld.at Central Union
Church and St. Andiuw's Culln-dril due
notice of which will be ikcii and a
crencral invitation is extended to the
public to pailicip'itc therein.
CONSUI.ATK OK SWKDISN & NottWAY, )
Honolulu, Nov. 22, lbt:8. f
EXTRACT from Norwegian Law. re.
latingto Norvofiian Stute-cilizi-n
ship dated April 21, 18ti8:
Any Norwegian stuic-iitizcn having
left Not way, and hav rig the lights of a
Norwegiau botn stutecttlzen In virtue
of 1)2 of the Constitution, may retain
his rights as a Norwegian state-citizen
by making a declaration ot'hts inten.
lion to remain as such, befoio the local
Norwegian Consul previous to April 21,
lt89, or within. one yeai after his depar
ture from Norway.
This dcclaiation shall be valid for tho
space of ten years, vtithin the cxpira.
tion of which term it may bo renewed
for a similar perio'l.
In all cases In which such right is re
tained, If applies likewise to the wife
and to his or hor children under age,
who reside with their parents, or'iirp
educated and provided for by them.
Any Norwegian not complying with
tho above verbally or in writing, will
lose his statu-citizenship.
II. W. SCHMIDT,
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CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET
English Rye Grasa (Seed),
f Red Top Grass,
Mountain White Melon Hncil.
' C'uiituloune, Turulp, Carrot,
In fact all kinds of Farm Uarden
EJfffir Food, JSte.
The usual assortment of
California Fresh Fruits on Ice,
Grapes, Cabbage, Frozen OyBters,
Pickled, cs. of Smoked Salmon,
Salmon with heads, etc.
Island Fruits and Sweet Potatoes
always on hand. "
100 BIG- TURKEYS
Call and see them going for their dally
corn In tho poultry yard adjoin-
ing the Fruit Market.
Mutual CColoiilxono, U78.
t2T Orders from tho other Islands
promptly filled. Addressi
V. O. CAMAKINOS,
100 1m Cor, King & Alakea sts.
Auction Sales by Lewis i, Lewy.
Under Instruction from tho Hon. II. A.
Widoinann, I will offer forsalo
at Public Auction, nt
On Monday, Dec. 3rd,
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOON,
If not previously disposed of at pri
vate talc, that ccrtnin pro
perty known as
"THE PAU LANDS," Waikiki,
Comprising 'XI 4G-100 Acres, more or less
in Feu Simple. About 12 Acres of tho
above arc set out in Fish Ponds and ara
nlcntlfyllr stocked with Mullet, Awa
and Carp, which aro now ready for
market. Of the remaining Lnnds about
8 Acres are pluntcd with Manienlo Grass
from which U crops aro .harvested an.
nually, yielding upon an average 30 tons
por year. Tho place Is woll provided
with' Mowing Machines, liny Presses,
Wagons, etc, and everything that ar
pertains to a well equipped farm ; there is
A One-Story Frame Building,
ion the premises (nearly new), con-
line 3 Rooms. with nil conveniences,
nud at present occupied as a managers
residence. In addition to the above
there Is a Leasehold of about 1 83-100
Acrcn, with Buildings thereon, in the
rear and immtdlately adjoining tho pro
perty, which is nt present well stocked
with Pigs and Poultry, for which pur
pose it is peculiarly adapted.
On account of Its nearness and easy
access to Honolulu, aud tho early com
pletion of the Tramways to Waikiki,
this property offers unusual inducements
to parties wishing a safe and profitable
There arc numerous Out-Bulldlngs on
gf For further particulars apply to
F. W. Macfarlauc, or to
IiEWIS J. IiEVEY,
f.8w td-101 lw-d Auctioneer.
THE undersigned having been duly
appointed administrator of the
Estate of Manuel Vicente. Jr., late of
Makawao, deceased, notice is hen by
given to nil persons to present their
claims against the estate of i aid M'inuel
Vinculo, Jr., duly authenticated, whither
secured by moitgnge or otherwise, to
the undersiirRed t;i thii office.' I'll Jlnek
feld & Co., Hnuolulii, within ix months
fiom the dale, beioof, or they will bt)
forever tarred; and all pvrmut indebted
lotaid eslale. me hi-iel-)' requested lo
make iiiiiucoiatc pitimrnt.
' J. F. HAOICFKLD,
Administrator ol the Kfet:it of .Manuel
Vicqfri!, Jr., deceased.
Uonolul.i, Nov. 21, lSS. 10:Mtoaw
Christmas & New Year Cards,
FANCY GOODS, RUGS, &c.
TflEO. II. DAVIES & M.
For 30 Days. For 30 Days.
G11A1 CLEARING SALE
Miss Ohillburg wilUiold a Clearing Sale
for SO days to make loom for
Few Holiday Goods
To arrive c hortly.
Ladles' 820 Hat will be sold. . .for ?8 00
" 15 " " " ... " C 00
10 " " " ..." '5 00
' 5 " " " '...'"' 2 no
$12 Ostrich Plumes " . .', " 7 00
$ 4 Tips " "... 'J ,1.C0
FLOWERS, BIRDS and WINGS,
At Half Price.
The above Hats aro. all New and of tho
Latest Styles', and Trimmed with
tho very best materials.
021 nn street. llm
Just received a smajl consignment of
Choice French Clarets,
From tho well-known firms of Dubos
Frcrcs, and Lanusse & Pancol,
Also, from tho cellars of Romans & Co.,
Koch Fils Champagne, 1880;
(In Quarts & Magnums)
Clintcnu IMVdueui, 1HSH;
Dry Curucou, S YenrH Old:
t'liuteuii Blarcuux, 1877;
Graide Fine Champagne Brandy, 1811.
BgjrTho above comprises tho Choicest
Brands of Wines aud Liquors ever im
ported to this market.
FOll HAliU I1Y
MACFARLANE & Co.
VST BARGAINS - New Lino of BSS BAHOAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. Now lnvolco'of
Novclticw ivntl Fancy Goods, InX.ur(re Variety.
See B. F. Eiiiers I Oo.'s Stock
Toys &: 30olls,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice
In future, Mrs. E. Small Avill lo prepared to do
Cutting1 and Fitting;.
miuimiM.ini. uunimT-Mi.TliUinii,vp.l-'l '" 'tl'UM.i u III I1
H. HAG&FELD & CO.,
OPJPEU POK SALE
ATENT ' EILTERPRESSES,
FROM SELW1G & LANGE.
18 &.30 Chambers 18 & 30 Chambers
Which have proved a great surccs ni. Hiika i-ugarC-sL-ilmc, nanamanlu, Eektha,
"YVuime.i, Kolna. ,f iilmtna. f.ntipnhocho , o;c, etc., and which
arc provided wi b the -test Improvement.
ALSO FOR SALE
SPARE PARTS OF
AT 1.JPWEST RATES RY
H. HAOKFELD & GO., Agents.
GEIFINE CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY & FAICY GOODS
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
Tn Plush & Leather; Bisquo, Glass & Parian AVnro, Opera &
Murine Glasses, Telescopes,
IWCvisio Boxes, TToys, UoolH, .A.llxuxii8,
And other things too numerous to mention. All tho above
Goods will he offered at tho
LOWEST PRICES EVER
jrjffTho above Goods aro Now,
been imported ex recent arrivals and
ECS 013331 IBrVJElNTrsrO -Si
W. H. GRAENHALGH,
lOO ITort Street, Honolulu.
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THE ABOVE PRESSES,
for tlie same.
of Removal !
QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
Fresh and of tho Latest Design, having
were selected expressly for tho trade."
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