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Australia Novombor .22
' Alameda December 14
Australian Hail Service
FOR WAN FIKANCJIHCO,
The new and fine Al steel Btcauulilp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
lie due at Honolulu from Sydney
nnu AUCKianu on or aoout
December 14, 1889.
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers mi or about that
For freight or pissaee, liamg SU.
PEMOK ACCOMMODATION'S, apply
WE G. IRWIN & CO., Agent.
For Sydney and Auckland
'Hie new ami line Al steel stcvreahlp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
lie due at Honolulu from San
FrancUco on or about
November 23, 1889.
And will have prompt dispatch with
uiailsand passengers for the above ports'
For freight or passage, having SU
PE1UOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agenta
A. G-. SILVA,
G7 Hotel St., opposite Bethel St.
Cabinet Work Neatly Bone.
Furniture Repaired & Polished.
Glutting1 & Cn.rieis Haiti.
gVork well and promptly done at
reasonable prices. 3981m
Tax Collector's Notice, 1889,
THE undei signed Deputy Assessor
and Collector of Taxes for the Dl
tilct of Wailuku. Island of Maul. H. I.,
hereby gives notice, that be will be nt
the following places on the dates ghen,
for the pin pose of collecting taxes: KCfrt
TUESDAY, Cov. 12th, 1SS0, atMakcna
THURSDAY, So. 14th, 18Sn. at Wii-
fOXDAY. Nov. ISth, 18S0, nt WniUapu
Tl'ESDAY. Nov. iJoth, 1880, at Ksihului
On all other clays during the month
of November and December (Sundays
excepted), fioin !) a. m. to 4 p. m. daily
and on S.Unidajs fiom !) a. m. to 12
noon at his. olllce at Wailuku.
All amounts oei $10 must be paid in
lT.S. gold coin, or in Hawaiian .20 Cei
litieates of Deposit.
iTa-ces jemalnlngnnpaid after Deceni
bcr 15tlf will be 'subject to,iui additional
charge of 10 per cent. J
Deputv Assessor & Collector of Taxes
District of Wailuku, Island of
Wailuku, Maui.JI. l.,Nov. 1, 1889.
0 2v j
Notice to Tax Payers, 1889,
rpHK undersigned Den'uty Assessor
JL and Collectoi of Taxes for the
Distiict of Makawao, Inland of Maui,
heiebr gives notice to the tax payers of
the said disti ictt that he w ill meet them,
at the time and places below s-pecllied
for the purpose of leeching thejr taxes
for A. D. 1889: . (
SATURDAY, Xov. Auth.'lfiSD. at Huelo
MONDAY. Doc. 2d, 18S9, at Pauwela
TUESDAY, Dec. :tid, 1889, at P.ila
WEDNESDAY, Dec. itli, 1889, nt.Ta.
Anderson's, Mnkaw ao
THURSDAY, Deo. filli, 1SE9. at D. El-
FRIDAY-. Doc. (Hit, 1S80, nt J.'K.Jfn-
And on all otlier days during the
month of Xo einber and of December to
the 15th at his olllce at the Gioe
Ranch, Makawao, Maul.
All amounts oei S10 must lie paid in
V. S. gold coin or 820 Hawaii in (Joiti
llo.ltos of Deposit. ,
Taos lemainlng unpaid after "Doc.
15th will be cliaiged 10. per cent, addi
tional. WM. P. FEXXBLL,
Depittj'jAFiicor & Collector nf Taxes
for Makawao. '
Makawao. Xov. 1st, 1880. SS9C 2w
MRS. MONROE, ladles' nurse, has
. removed to No. a, Kukui lane
ANEW Wilcox & Whito Parlor
Organ with eight stops. Suitable
' for school or chuich. A fine Instru.
meat. Apply at 57 Punchbowl street,
opposite N. P. Mission Institute. 878 1 f
All. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllce and pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and Ulclmid
si recta. Scientific treatment' In .0.11 dia.
eases of domestic animals Orders for
plantation and ranoli stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone WW,
P.O.Box 320. mh.18.SU
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
Page ill the "Honolulu Carriage
Manufactory," at 1C8 Fpit strc. Iain
prepared to continue thn above business
miller the old name of Honolulu Car.
rlugo Manufnctpiy, and being an old
experienced carriage 'builder I solicit
tthe patronago of my old friends and the
public In general, and with my thorough
knowledge of the business and with ex.
perlenrcd workmen and using only the
beat material I guaruntco genoial satis
faction. Please call and bio me before
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 18BIM SOI tf
UNION FEED CO.,
OFFER AT RED ROOK TRIORS
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cako Meal, Linseed' Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
"Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOU.lt S-Altn, Golden Gate & Salinas-8 FLOUR
FclopboneB, No. 175.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ld,
Boll '.Telephone, GO -a fciT
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.,
HAVE THE BEST QUALITY
EACH AND EVERY KIND OF
Our " PEDRO
'" K Which will ho sold AT
The "Dai!" Bulletin
Will be Issued. on
32 Columns of Interesting Nowo:--
" DJiuniKl Itlottlr," !Nom.
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-- j'rwu vii,jhiiuw7H' -irx; j. wi'kilrf.i
jrc-J7firi7 r tfaraaajj'itxKik'niEij!Zi.LA "i-wij
Graiiite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 Sheet Iron Work.
DAlTiY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, IT. I., NOVEMBER 20, 1880.
Cor. Edinburgh & Quoon Sta.
FULL LINES OF
PAINTS, OIL, VARNISHES,
IVpentine. Etc , Etc.
AGENTS FOR THE
Revere Rubber Co,, Boston.
ALT- QUALITIES OF
Bill' & Wire Boiii Hose,
30" Cull and examine our New
Muliial 1Vlphom, 371
LOWEST RATES by
Weekl Summaru '
The Best Paper to Send Abroad.
OCS A& W7 Ilii; Hived.
mssst iBCfFsssisT ib5a
lw gnUjj g-Uldhu
THE MINISTRY IH THE ELECTIONS.
KniTon Bulletin: Your con
struction (issue of lfitb inst.) of my
argument on tbo impracticability of
'reconstructing" the Cabinet tinder
the ''want of confldcnctj" voto, is
fur from expressing the scope or in
tent of my objection. My "dis
sent" to such a proposition (as to
its practicability) on the part of the
Bulletin is not based, as yen sup
pose, on the fact that "the King
shall appoint the Cabinet, etc.;"
but on this proviso of the constitu
tion taken in connexion with the
condition precedent that a vote of
want of confidence necessarily im
plies the dismissal of the entire
Cabinet, and not any particular por
tion of them. This proposition no
one has ever thought of denying :
therefore, for the purposes of this
argument, the Bumxtin's claim that
two members of the Cabinet of June
30th have already resigned, and
their places been successfully filled
by men who were the appointments
of the balance of the Cabinet, and
not of the King, has no weight. If
the Hui.i.r.TiN wishes what might be
called judicial authority for the tru-,
ism that "the Cabinet" means all
members of the Cabinet for the time
being, and not any one, two or three
individuals thereof (and this, cspe
cially on the subject of "want of
confidence) these are at hand in the
parliamentary records of every gov
ernmental jurisdiction assimilated
to the English system. Did ever
anyone hear of Patliament voting
"want of confidence" in an individ
ual member of any Cabinet? Pueril
ity in politics could scarce go fur
ther than suggest such a thing.
Therefore, I respectfully insist that
it is not only impracticable, but im
possible, by adhering to the Consti
tution and pailiamcntary rules, to
"reconstruct" the Cabinet by any
legitimate action of "the majority of
the Legislature." When thetc is
no Cabinet when they are removed
when "the King shall appoint,
etc." how, or by whom is the
King's choice to bo directed or re
The only possible method would
involve a previously at ranged com
pact intrigue is the better word
between the King and said "major
ity." As is wolf known, such a plot
was tried during the session of 1887,
and again in '88. The scheme in
volved giving the King two mem
bers of the Cabinet, and the missionary-planter
clement the other
two. Each faction was to be let
alone by the others to run its little
quarter-kingdom as only such a
cabal, the progeny of such an in
ttigue, would or could. The object
was to annihilate, as a governmental
factor, every element of representa
tion of or by the working men, the
men who had actually cairied the
tevolution into effect. Had the plot
succeeded the missionary-planter
element, by appeasing the King
with (say) the Finance and Foreign
Affairs depattments, intended (and
would undoubtedly have carried the
intention into effect) before the
pending election to have fastened
their grasp so firmly on everything
worth having in the country, that
their removal by constitutional
means would have been utterly im
possible. It is not positively known
to those outside the "deal" whether
the failuic of this nefarious plot was
by reason of the King's refusal to
have anything to do with the dirty
job, or whether the manipulators in
side and outside of the Legislature
failed to "work" the majority of
that body. But in its utter failure
w e see cause why every good citizen
should be thankful for at least this
small favor which our Constitution
does give us, viz.: that such "re
construction" of the Cabinet even
with the powerful missionary-planter
interest so earnestly enlisted in its
support is impossible heie, except
under a combination of circumstan
ces -which are very unlikely to con
cur, but which, it they ever should
combine, would illustrate, if it did
not force into action, what some
one has well named the "sacred
right of revolution."
BL000 WILL TELL.
It was a British not an American
gunboat that rescued the Americans
who survived the uprising of tho
blacks on Navassa Island, an inci
dent which adds another to the long
list of mutual benefits that tho war
ships of one of the two great English-speaking
nations have conferred
upon the citizens of the other dur
ing the last half century. The
Aineiican p09t coptain who declared
that blood was thicker than water
as he interposed his splendid ftigatc
between a heavy battery and a weak
British gunboat, and thus brought
some bellicose Eastern potentate to
his senses, has apparently created a
precedent that has been adopted by
the naval service of both countries
as a living principle upon which to
base their actions, and wherever tho
red cross or tho Stars and Stripes
fly, the rights of the English-speaking
race are assured. It was the
prowess of the Ameticnns at sea
that did, perhaps, mora to bring
about the schism in tho race than
any other influence. It hit the Eng
lishman in his most tender point,
his belief in his light to rulo the
waves, and it made the American
colonists saucy. It is a sign of the
progress of events pregnant with
meaning that it is at sea that the
first steps towards the healing of tho
schism have beon taken. Montreal
MR. HARRY J.AGNEW, on account
of leaving the Kingdom to locate
In California, offeis for calo tho IMo
pcrty owned' by blim Said Piopcily
consists of bis present lesldcnco nt
Knplolanl IMik known as "Gicenlleld,"
this 1'topcity muit be examined to bo
nppieclnted. Tho Houc Is neaily new
and well built and of the bet mateilal.
The Stables ntecommodlouioiy handy
and ample room for the storage of enr
tlage, feed, etc., In addition to that It
Ins been the home of such hotscsns
"Anglo A.," ".Johnny Goldsmith,''
"Queen Kniilolnnl," "Mink," and
otheis that will long bo reiuembcicd by
the public of Honolulu. Alo, the
Household Furniture In said house.
The Laud has a liontagc on the main
avcniiB of the lVuk of 250 ftet and a
depth of 200 feet. Also,
About 10 Acres of Land, formeilya
paitofthe Lumlllo Estate, and lying
between the propeity of W. II. Itallcy
and das. Campbell, Esq. Also,
A beautiful Building T.ot of nlnut:i
Acres joining the line leshlemv of I Veil
Brown, Eq.. Alo,
About IK) Lot'
In KapIoUnl Pnife.
All that Piece of Laud villi Impiove
nu'iits, coiner lVu-ueola and Klnaii
stieeth, now .occupied by C'h.is. A.
Blown, Emi. Also,
Shaies in 'Walinanalo Sugar Co.,
Mutual Telephone Go. and Kaplnlani
1 Fine Top Buggy, 1 Road Cart, 1
Phaeton, 1 Sulky, Double and Single
Harness, Boots, Ultts, Bt idles, -Saddles,
and a complete outfit for bi caking niul
SSf For particulars and prices apply
to IB. J. AtJNKW.
Or, Pun. Oi'KK.iuir.i.r. :t!M Shneod
I will sell at the very lowest prices,
Clocks, -:- Watches,
Violins, Curios, Etc.
If I cannot sell them before December
1, 1SS0, they will be sold at auction.
rJB'Vr -:- GOODS
OF THE LATEST FASHIONS
Receivefl by Every Steamer.
Artificial Teeth from one to an entire
set inserted on gold, silver, allumiuum
and rubber bases. Crown and Bridge
Work a specially. To persons woarinjf
rubber p'ates which are a constant
source of irritation to the mouth anil
throat, we would lecoiiiuiend our Pro
phylactic Metal Plate. All opnations
performed in accordance with the latent
improvements in dental tnieiicu. Teeth
Extracted without pain by tho use of
Nitrous Oxide Gas.
CSJ'Oflioeal Old Tiegloan Residence
Hotel street. Feb.20 80
W.W. Wright & Son
79 & 81
(The Rose Pimnlsna)
All orders for wheel vehicles of every
description filled with promptness.
Piratclats mechanics employed.
Fine Carriage Work a Specialty
TltABI CAIIM, OMNIIWNHKN,
Plantation Wagons, Mule & Ox Carts,
Made to order, altend or repaired.
Carriage Painting, Trimming,
LTC, KTC, KTC, K1C.
Our HORSESHOEING Department
Is under the management nf R.
oct-lfij Cay find. 8m
THOMAS & HENRY,
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Dlacksmilhlng, Drayt, Carls & .
Wagon Duildlug as specialty.
Every description of work in the
above lines performed lu a nr?t-claa
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
8Sf Orders from the other islands
solicited. Will be pleaeed to see all
our old customers as well as uew ones.
Mutual Telephone No. fi75.
123 days from Liverpool, .
Large, Varied & 8electcd Stock.
Wicker Ware, Ktc.
A full line
A large assortment.
BOOTS, SHOES & LEGGINGS,
Oils I Oils !
' Boiled & Haw Linseed, Castor.
Paints &: Zinc I
Fern Stands & Wire Baskets,
Krypans, Etc., Etc.
IRON ! BROftl !
Cnirugated &. Plain.
In all varieties.
Fence Wire !
Patent at eel Barbed
BEASTEADS of IRON,
Of all varieties, always In stock.
Hay, Feed & Flour
PERF OiERY !
Will stand at bcivIco al
"W AIAL AJE,
Rucoun 2:23i, Sacramento, Sept. IB,
PKntoiiEE: Matin was sired by
Qulnn's Pntchen, ho by Geo. W. Pat.
chon, Jr.; Marin's dam bv Emigrant, Itc
hy Billy McCracken; Hilly McOracken
by McUrackcn's Black Hawk, 707, (tho
slro of Lady Dooley, and of the dam of
Overman, 2:19U). McUracken'a Black
Hawk, 7C7, by Vermont BIacIc Hawk, C:
2nd ilnin by Marshall's Black Hawk, he
by Easton'a Black Unwli. Tho dam of
Qulnn's Patchen by Slorkbrldge Chief,
ho by Vermont Illaok Hawk, G.
R. T. Carroll ot Han Krancbeo, the
former owner of Marin, vonehcH, that
out of thbly.six marcs served by this
horse dirrlug his Inst seawm lu Call,
fomia, thlrty.fivc proved whh foal.
iAiiii it. mr.xiwAM.
74 King st.
74 King st
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianos & Furniture
Moved with Care.
ing and Carpets Laid.
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAER8 TO RENT.
Continental and Colonial
36 Ruo do Sunkerque, - . - Paris.
Executes Indents for every description
of French, Belgian,
Swiss, German, and English Goods, at
tho best Manufacturers' Lowest Prices.
Commission, Two-and.a.Half per cent.
All Trade and Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, through a London or
Paris Banker, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
The Agency Represents, IJuys, and
Sells, for Homo and Colonial Firms.
Piece Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
Silks, Velvetb, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Frlngos, Parasols, Haberdashery,
Gold and Silvor Lace,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearls,
.Boots and Shoes, Glass, and
China-ware, Clocks, Watches,
Jewellry, Fancy Goods,
Electro-plate, Musical Instruments,
. Fans, Ecclesiastical and
Optical Goods, Mirrors, Toys.
Porfumery, Wines, &c,
Oilman's Stores, Books Artistic
Chromo . Machinery, &c, &c.
: n B.,
Readinq Room Association.,
Cur. Hotel & Alakca Sivccfs.
Open every Day ami Evening. "
Tho Library consists at the present
time of over Five Thonsaiul Volumes.
Tho Reading Room la supplied with
about llfty of tho leading ue,wspapers
A Parlor la provided for conversation
Terms ot membership, fifty ccuta a
mouth, payablo quarterly in advauce.
No formality rcqnlied lu Joining ojcopt
signing t-ho roll.
Strangera from foreign conutrles ami
visitors from tho other Islands nre wel
come to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association baying no regular
means of suppoU excopt tho dues ot
members, It Is expected that residents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of Its privileges, and all who feol
an Interest lu maintaining an Institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become regular contributors.
A. J. OARTWRIGUT, PreB.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vice-President,
Jl. A. PARMELEIC, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. RODOEKS, M.D.,
Obalrman Hall arid Library Commltto
O LTJSO HAWAIIANO.
ALL persons who want to comrouni
cato with tho Poituauese, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
rervants or any other helps, will Had it
the most profitable way to advortlsQ la
tho Ltuo iawai!auo, tho new organ of
tho Portuguese colony, which U pub.
Ushed on Hotel street, and only phsrnoi
reasonable rates for adverllseraeutJ.
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