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The regulation prohibiting tho
sending of Plants from Oaliu to any
of the othei Islands, published Aug,
6, 1890, has this day been rescinded.
E. V. JORDAN,
0. P. 1AUKEA,
CommisHiiiiu'in of Agriculture.
0. N. Spkncer,
Minister of the Interior,
Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1890. 712 Gl
William P. Ilnin, Esq., tins Hub day
been appointed Notary Public for the
Second Judieiiil Circuit of the King
dom. C. N. HPENOEK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 11, 1890.
Tax Payers in tli'm l)it.iut are
hereby notified that the Taxes for
the current yetu will bedueund pay
able at the ORiee of the Tax Ast-ebsoi
and Collector in the Kapuuiwa Build
ing, on the 1st duy of November, A.
The Office in 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 be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin oi lluwuiiun Oci
tiricates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid befoie the 15th day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 pur cent, costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collectoi of
Taxes District of Kona, Island of
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 0, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
ihoBe paying Water flutes, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to G o'clock
Cuas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spknckk,
Minister of the Interior.
I 1.1 J
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut establiihed for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, NOV. 17, 1890.
The unexpected nearly always
happens. The news by the Austra
lia shows that the Republican party
of the United States was defeated at
the lute general election for Con
gress and State ofllcials. California
is the only important State of the
Union which has upheld the Repub
lican party banner.
Pennsylvania has elected a Demo
cratic Governor and several Con
gressmen ; so has Massachusetts,
Nebraska. Minnesota, Wisconsin
and Michigan, while probably the
election of Governor has been
thrown into the Legislature in New
Hampshire and Connecticut, the
Democratic nominees lacking a few
votes each of a constitutional ma
jority. Kansas, for the first time in
its history, has elected a Democra
tic Congressman. The regular Re
publican ticket was defeated by the
Farmers' Alliance, which relumed
The Republicans uere utteily
routed hi Indiana, the President's
own State. In Ohio, although
Blaine look the stump for McKin
ley, the author of the Tuiiff bill fell
before the popular wave and 'geiry
uiaudering," because both sides
agree that lie received a luige Demo
cratic vote from local and state
pride, Hut he is now practically
shelved as a presidential possibility.
Cannon, Howell and I'uyuou of
llliuou have been defeated; also
(Jour and J.uouy in Iowa, Stewart In
I'eniibylvuiiia, MuGoiwia in Mury.
luud, ami iiiuity othuj' HhjiiiIiIIuihi
wurtliorbiiit Imvu hei'ii niit lo giuxH.
Nmv Voik Imv iiuulu weleun hw
!)il will iirulmlily win! u Ihniiouriiilo
riiifiitlfii in CiHiiiruM lo biiui!ui)i
JJyuil. Dliiml hit Iiihui ipiuriiuii
Jjy ilJj iWJJilJlUBUl "ml u liw uU
IM ttswwut wlio m uumM
l(f Ufilli mil lilt !W1' lillliiwli'K ImI
wMjyjgriitniTijryi4Wf lrnii y nmwimi
aossion. Not counting tho Farmers
Alliance Congressmen), who will
probably vote with the Democrats,
the latter will have a elear majority
in tho next Congress of from 107 to
115 votes. i
One can hardly realizo the im
portance of this sweeping political
victory. It is too early to speculate
upon it, but it would be idle to con
ceal the fact that it has been brought
about, to a greater or less extent, by
the uprising of the farming and labor
classes against unequal taxation.
While it is generally conceded that
the majority of American citizens fa
vor the doctrine of protection broad
ly, it must also be admitted that the
extreme provisions of the McKlnluy
bill have not proved satisfactory to
the controlling political elements
of the country at large. There is,
however, hardly a doubt that the
prcseut result is a protest against u
particular bill rather than against
the doctrine of protection, and it
cannot be fairly constiued into
an endorsement of free-trade mea
sures. When it comes to a di
rect issue between protection and
free-trade the result, as often in the
past, will almost certainly he the
reverse of the present local or istate
elections. The most that can he
logically claimed from the late elec
tion is that it may lead to another
periodical tariff reform, of which
theie have been many. These re
forms may ultimately reach a strictly
revenue tariff, but not at present;
if at all, the transition will not be
At present the Republicans con
trol the U. S. Senate and have the
Executive otlices and any reversal of
the fiscal policy of the present Con
gress can hardly be expected.
LETTER FROM MR. T. MAY.
Editor Bulletin :
The Bishop of Honolulu was cor
rect in his letter to you of tho 13th
inst. with reBpect to the number of
the Trustees who left the room with
him during the meeting of the Board
on Wednesday last. But the Bishop
is not correct in saying that a
"clergyman usurped the Presidency
which belongs to the Bishop by vir
tue of his ofllce," when as President
lie refused to perform the ordinary
duty of the presidential ofllce, and
moreover on this special occasion
when ordered to do so by the Su
preme Court of the Kingdom.
I should like to be informed il
you know of any similar case, in
which a president has refused to put
a question to a meeting, when mov
ed and seconded in clue form and
that question being the only agen
dum of the meeting. I need not
quote the ordinary parliamentary
law to show how such a procedure
would be an usurpation of the rights
of the majority.
The last assertion of the Bishop
of Honolulu that "whatever was
done under this usurpation is null
and void" I need not further allude
The Bishop of Honolulu appar
ently has yat to learn that arbitrary
and dictatorial methods are not in
harmony with the enlightenment
and pi ogress of the nineteenth cen
tury. I am, Sir,
A Trustee of the Anglican Church
Honolulu, Nov. 16, 1890.
CAMARINOS' Refiigerator arrive
per S, S, Australia to-dny with the
following f i nits, etc., lu plentiful sup
ply: Grapes, Peaches, PIuiiif, Burtlelt
Pears, Sugar Pears. Apples, Pippins.
California Oianges, Fresh Kinzcn Oys
ters In tins and shell, Celery Cauli
flowers. Also, full lines of new- season
Potatoes and Onions.
710 3t California Fruit Makkkt.
Vf INCC Pit's and Fanoy Pastries, of
J.Y1 the best tiiiulltr. ul the Elite. Ice
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M.
'I1HKUB Will be h meHtinK of IIh.
wallun Loduu So. 21, P. it A. M
at Its Hill, corner of Foil anil Queen
stneis, TIII8 (MmnlnO KVKMNO,
Noveinbet 17lli, lMIO.iit 7:30 i.'cloel,, foi
Work in the 2nd Degree.
Munliiru ot Lodge le Progres and all
sojourning Brethren are fruteinally In
vlted to lie piesetil.
By order of the W. M.-.
T. O. POUTKU,
712 It Hccrctuiy.
Jlr- W !
HAH removed his office an) lesldunca
to the now hiilldlng opposite l)ie
lluwuiiun Hotel, on Iieietuuia street,
you HA UD
rSTl 9 MIWH Uom. ficurly
AAvt mi ilioioiiglihieil jui coy
i, utin'k, Appiy In
IV h I'llllltllOlllilll'I'l,
yi, , niiM'iwiiH'jmir.
tot I net A. ,ueen Mreetw
I'mler Instiuetlons lioin MESSRS. O.
W. MAOF.VHLANH it CO., 1 will offer
by Auction, at my Salerooms, on next
MONDAY EVENING, Nov. 17,
A Choice line of NEW GOODS
.lust to llundcxl,Hhkur."
Pellicular attention is called to a full
line of IJKAUTIFUL
Of the LATEST STYLES after Aineil
and English Pallet ur, comprising:
Kl'LL UEDHOOM .SUITES in Muho-
gunv, A-h and Walnut.
IT'LL PARLOR SUITES In Silk and
Satin Brocade (hiteil luropeau
OAK DINING-ROOM SUITES la
OAK & ASH WARDROBES
With French Plate Mltioi.s.
AMERICAN WALNUT HALL II VT-
Sl'ANDSaud OftAlR .
ROSEWOOD INLAID CABINETS
FANCY M,llOGNY CHAIRS In
Fancy Toilet Tables
GYPhY TVHLES In Black anil Gold.
KOL 1NG C11.WR-. in EnibroUieied
PRIM-ON PLUSH .MIRRORS
FANCY INLAID CARD TABLES.
Ebony & Walnut Wall Brackets,
MLWP STA DS, etc., etc.. etc.
Al-o. a Choice Line of
Selected expiessly for this market, com
pt Isiug Large Center Rugs in
Axminster, Parquet & Moocas,
Persian's & Tanjore's,
Of all hUes and Latest Designs.
jjiiSP" All of these Rugs are fiom the
well-known thin of .lames Templeton &
Co., of London.
Also, a small invoice of Choice
Oil Paint. nge,
And a Line of Japanese utid other
iSf The bule will commence at 7
o'clock hluup. Extra accominodalloiiB
will be made for the ladles.
LEWIS J. LKVKY,
701 m Auctioneer.
!'! "."j S Aiih'i.ili "
At The Beaver Seioon
II. .1. XOlJTK. l'ropiU'toi .
FO.lt BAN PltANUlHCO,
Will bnvti llouoliilii foi llieiibove
Friday, Nov. 2 let,
Foi Freiiihl or I'uh-i gv, itii lo
Win, 0, IRWIN & CO., L'd,
7 11 U Aguilr
N OTIC 10.
4 LL nail le Iiuvlmr hilla iiL'ulnit the
LegUlatiuo of 18li0 will pliutu
iirt'Miiil l he tiiiuu fur imviueiil to I he
Hfrni'litiy PUR OIU)i:,
.OT. oil .liim!llt iii'ii
oJloliilim hn mm
JllllllllHI. 0A fOII HUM )' HnQ
Ti. I ... f,r...T..,l -T.i'.'!ITBr....7 ITTl
Hill illlLUI IH
i HONOLULUv W. I. KOYMMBM IT, 1U90.
mii,nmnjilii n.inwi 1 1
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCriON SALE OF
On TUJSSDAY, Nov. 18tli,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. .11..
At the residence of Mil. .1. HERA
PATH, No. a Kukul street (on account
of depRituie), I will 11 at Public
Tho Entire Househ'id Furniture,
Comprising In pattt
Plush Parlor Chairs,
('enter & Sofa Hup.
Plush Patent Rockers.
Chandeliers, Lace Curtains,
Silk uud Plush;
II. W. Maible-tor. Center Table,
Ash Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Mattiasscs, Feather Pillows,
Vienna Rockers, Wardrobe,
Dining-room Table & Chairs.
B. W. Marble-top Sideboard,
Plated Tea Service,
Cruets, Kiiiu-s & Forks,
1 National Sewing- Machino,
Decorated Cliiua Tea Set,
Crockery A Glasswaie,
Refrigerator, Oil Stoes,
1 Rollo Stove and Utensils,
Garden Tools &. Hose,
I Side Saddle, Etc., Etc.
J AS. . MORGAN,
707 St Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of Hon. E. MULLER, I will
hell at Public Auction, at bib iebi-
deuce Punahou street.
On WKDNKSUAY, Nov. 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
The Entire Household Fumiture. com
prising in part:
l Carirefl U Library Set,
Book Case, Desk, Tables and Chalis,
Statuary, LiiKraviugs, PaintlngH,
B. W. Pailor Set,
Large Center Rugs, Tapestry Por
Uei es. Large Decorated i bandoliers
Japanese serLCus and Ornaments,
1 Elegant B.W. Diniogroom Set
With Pressed Leather Chairs,
Tuhle Cutlery, Silverwaie,
1 Fine Porcelain Dinner Service
Cut Glass Wine Set,
Oue Vienna Pailor Set,
Antique Oak Bedroom Sets,
With Bevelled Mirroih;
Mutti esses, Mosquito Nets,
Bed and Table Linen.
Kitchen Iiango & Utensils,
Rnfrigeratoi , Meat Safe, Eet., Etc.
I 1'arrliii-i' lliirai', 1 l'liueloti. Hi-t
linrueMH, N"il(ll.-m. I'.te.
8S?"P"itleilbir attention Is called to
tbls M!e of New mid Elegant House
hold Fiiinitiue. eiubnf ing the finest
furniture offered for sale in Honolulu.
6fef Parties wi-hlng to inspeet the
furnituie previous to the sale, can do so
on application to the Auctioneer.
J AS. P. MORGAN, '
701 13t Auctioneer.
l) UC UUHiUUO
By older of C BREWKU ic Co., L'd.,
I will offer at ublie Auction nt,
their Queen Street .Stoies,
n TIJUJISDAY, Nov. JiO,
AT 1 1 O'CLOCK A M .
The following Vehicles onleied sold by
Geo. L. Biownell make of
BxiBiisioii Top Cabriolet,
Extension Top 2-8e.it Piano-box
Extension Top Sldo-bar Buggy,
Open Village Cart.
Dole & Osgood in ike of
Extension Top 2-seat Carry-all,
Extension Top I'hueton,
Extension Top Side-bar Buggy,
Open iver's" Side-spriug Buggy
Open Doiiiocuit WngotiH li.eat,
Ox Ciulh hiiliable for hauling euue,
ninlu OurlH, Dump (Juris,
llnnil Ciiiih, .Miul.fl and Dulheiy
1 GOOSENECK CANE WAGON,
All ul lliu iilnnu built of mipuilur
xj.OL'k 111 Ihu iut, uud u hu t)il iiie4
iJ TOM Qh)l ifyN (iiilo hiioiu llui
1 1 Ut-tuU
in wj " ' wiiwjMwyjjinrtwiiwfjjjBtt"-ni r nnrrr 'nrrfiaum iu TijimrtArt-yrrprfc
n a sent
ilu 1 iml
tbr For full particulars apply to
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO.,
' LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL. CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Keruwiio (Ml ALOHA." VZffi2&ggg UhiUY
engl,s1!cotoh, DHY GOODS! ,,,:NCMER,0AN
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS: OhlcndorPs Dissolved Peiuvlan Guano, Ohleudoil's Speeliil Cane Manure.
LON DON PL) RPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Etc.
SCRU B EXTERMINATOR: Destroy nil Noxious Weeds & yetubs.
BAGS: tiu!5r, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest impinvements In mateiial aud texture.
Galvanized AVatpr Pipe, Corrugated iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
Shortly expected a
Hue Hue of
Central: Meat Market,
In i lie i-w iniildiug, adjoining Love's
Bul.ery, where you cau pro
cure the choicest
Beef, lltcii, Veal, Port,
l'oull ry, Jto , u:ti.
Various Ji imlH f Sausages
a Sp daily. -
Beef Sausage, Bologna Sausage,
Cur man Sanssgo,
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
Cif "The Best on Nuuanu Street.?
Smoked Mutton Stmt,
Oorned Beef & Pork.
ZZS' Your patronage respectfully soli
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed to all
3r No Chinese Umplojed. --
Fliit-claaa, Reliable Butchers,
Bell Tele. 369 -"SSifKcV Mutual Telo. 362
Gate City StoaeFiltrir.
'I'hcHe I'lltern aie easily cleansed,
aud NKVKH become URACKED or
CRAZED by change of teraperatuie of
Tho Flltei Medium U a NATUKAL
HTONK, mined fiom the uaith, It U
unlike any other Htoue,
It DoeH Not Abaofb and
Jtecnnie Foul 1
IMI'DltlTIKS iivviu I'BNKTKATE
It, but lie on Ihu Kirfiuv, uuil Inluinally
the clone reinaliu u puiu uud white
after yeaih of iiho uk when laLeu fiom
The (lino Oily ritoiiu riller U it per.
fuel nm'i'cftn. Il U llin mil) icnl Ulinf I
Imvu ever neuii, I wuiihl tiui hu tWihuul
uniiforiiiiy DiHhhleralhui II euuvi'Mii
niir liiUf twitm- lino ihu hei ililuMng
Tiinr in inn noun,
llfcMIVM, J0M4N. M, i ,
Mil Wtnl Ailuiiuhl.ilMili'Mtfib
$$r I'm Hulu jy
IJAWAIIAN HAflDWAHC 150,,
Pjli7 -,t5'TT7:T Tfr'W1$ tff
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ISSUED BY THE
ku st wmia haw1. w.?i
jiJV WWW YOHK
KIOIMICU A: McCUKUY. I'rtalilent.
S3. X-J. JKOSE,
General Aecnt for tho Hnwaiiau Islands.
Jh- SAODLEltY & HARNESS,
im8ti LEATHER BELTING,
gSSS FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
Sftei MIRRORS, CHAIRS,
JMfMS SILVERWARE, STATIONERY,
W&Wg.gi ""-1 'Viu, lilU., liiliJ.
T.IE PA.CIFIJ HARD WARS CO., L'd,
Beg to anuounee th.it In consequence of extensive icp drs to their bulldluir thev
ae Keinovlug their Stoeks of Goods to the
ttfr Dm lug lemoval, lu oidei to save expense of handling -
Tlieir Efllire Stock is
'I'O Til BO
ul.leCpOT?uuI(?.reQUhl1 n"yt,ll"K in
f&iw Goods !
Have lately been received aud
PACIFIC HARDWAfig CO., L'd.,
Iltoud Hloolf," 3Vos.
Grranite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
ABATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keepm,": Goods,
r'LUMSXMG, TIB, COPjfEB AND
: ihttut I r on W o r k
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
AT TUK .
Leading : Millinery : House
Olmw, J Fishol. Our, Fort & Hotel Bt,
ThB Oail Bulletin Weekl" Stimmarv "
IwnimhI Iflynry ' iimniImi
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
Itl'IlRER. nrAT & mi. urn-re
ELSE STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
('i,ii,vH X t ... ku.u
to thi trade.
l0,p line w- aaa h,s a specially favo'i-
ftSew Goods I
fresh invoices aie on the way.
tin Jb. &T Bins- Stree.
fesfa p a-