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DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, B. I.,' .NOVEMBER 19, 1890.
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Dr. 0. T. Itodgers 1ms heon ap
pointed by the Board uf Education,
Superintendent of the Census of
1890. All cotntmuiicatiouB on the
subject should be addressed to him.
By order of the Board of Educa.
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Nov. 17, 1890.
School Vacation Notice.
The regular Christmas vacation of
all Public Schools in the Kingdom,
will extend from FRIDAY, the 19th
of December, to MONDAY, the Cth
of January, 1891.
By order of the Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Education Office, Nov. 17, 1890.
E. Coniuit, Ettq., has this day been
appointed member for the Road
Board of the District of Waiinca, Isl
and of Kauai, vice W. D. Schmidt
The Board now consists as follows:
F. L. FISCHER, Chairman ;
F. W. GLADE,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 18, 1890.
The regulation prohibiting the
sending of Plants from Ouhu to any
of the other Inlands, published Aug.
5, 1890, has this day been rescinded.
E. V. JORDAN,
C. P. IAUKEA,
Commissioners of Agricultuie.
C. N. Spknckr,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1890. ,712 6t
Tax Payers in this Disi.-ict are
hereby notified that the Taxes for
the current year -will be due and pay
able at the Office of tho Tax Assessor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwu Build
ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
The Office is open from 9 a. m. to
4 p. m. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturduys until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before tho 15th day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 per cent, costw added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes District of Kona, Island of
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
6 to 8 o'clock a. a., and 4 to 6 o'clock
Chah. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Bi'BNCun,
Minister of the Interior.
PUdscxd to neither Sect nor Marty,
But utatliihtd for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1890.
Bernhardt has just spent $3000
for a new dress. Mr. Bernhardt 1b
happily dead and cannot "kick,"
Africa is threatened with u
Auglo-Turkish Convention. What
Africa needs wore than a Convention
is un Anglo-Tuikish hath.
Twp weeks before Lhr rleulloii x
thouNuud llvo humlrtul iuiuilgraiiW
ww Junittul ui New York, No won
4er tliu ftiuiu went JJi'iiiocrulio,
Thn'l)Hilliy women" of till) ntirllitl
je mhII to ho u niiiuII In (turt'i
ijij will piling (iipluln III" llulil'
uiDU iDj'lilliy m wliiyl) iliyy nil
Itfjiji L (jjUi)jfilf
It is stated that 9ince the result
of tho late elections as made known,
President Harrison has determined
not to call an extra session of Con
gress. "Adversity innketh a poli
tician," trill be the proverb of the
Republican leaders hereafter.
"In fact all through history you'll
And that persons of great size have
seldom amounted to more than their
clothes would cover." N. Y. Sun.
It is plainly evident the editor of the
Sun has never come across a history
of the tropics during his frigid
Chauncey M. Dcpew: "Reform
has been the mask of demagogues
and the shield of thieves, the pre
tence of charlatans aud the shibbo
leth of fools." We were not aware the
"silver tongued" orator of New
York had ever visited Hawaii ; won
der how he found us out?
The somewhat startling announce
ment is made on scientific authority
that the cholera epidemic of last
summer at Puehla de itutga, Valen
cia, was caused by the opening of
an old cemetery in which bad been
buried the cholera victims of Qve
years prcTioue. While the propaga
tion and life of disease germs, under
circumstances similar to these, is
not a new fact to science, it remains
a standing strong argument in favor
of the cremation of the dead during
periods of mulignnnt epidemics.
Affairs in Samoa are again threat
ening of disturbance. The provi
sions of the Berlin Treaty have been
only partly carried out, which is the
cause of dissatisfaction among both
natives and foreigners. One of the
prime neglects is that of sending
out the Chief Justice whom it was
reported some time ago England, in
obedience to the Berlin Conference,
had appointed. King Malietoa is
timid about enforcing the laws in
the outer districts while the judicial
machinery lacks its balance wheel.
The natives have been quick to dis
cern the weakness, with the result
of growing lawlessness.
Aoia. the canital town, is inade
quately policed and there is a com
plaint of residents that there is pro
tection to neither person nor prop
erty. The Consular Board con
sisting of the American, British and
German Consuls are carrying out
their functions to the extent of col
lecting customs and internal taxes.
Disbursements they have only been
making in cases of great necessity,
such as the repairing of a bridge
and the like. The taxes therefore
represent so much money withdrawn
from circulation with little or no
countervailing public benefit, while
the foreigners complain that they
alone have to pay taxes although
the treaty stipulates that the levies
shall be on natives as well.
Another and the central grievance
is that no Btep had been taken to
ward the election of a Municipal
Council, as provided bj the treaty,
to act with the Consular Board in
the government of Apia district.
An indignation meeting was held in
Apia just before the departure of
latest advices, where strong resolu
tions were passed protesting against
the delay iu establishing a satisfac
tory government under the treaty.
Residents of all nationalities took
part in the proceedings, and the
only difference was as to the degree
of emphasis to be put in the formal
expressions of the meeting. As a
sample of the spirit manifested, Mr.
H. J. Moors, a well-known American
merchant, in a letter regretting that
he had to leave Apia before the
meeting, said: uIf the meeting de
cidus to resist the further payment
of taxes until these gentlemen the
Consuls moderate their views, you
can fully reckon on me to join tho
war party." One speaker Bpoke
with horror of any return to the old
ways of consular rule.
It is somewhat reassuring to know
that the British and German Con
suls recetvod the deliverances of the
meuUng with good grace, promising
to forward them promptly to their
respective Governments. Mr. Cu-bUL'k-Siiillli,
the British Consul, lie
odes proinlM-'il to send a cablegram
homo on tint tfUbjeot. Or. Nteuhel,
tHu Uttrmun Consul, Ntatci) tlml tliu
CiiiihuIn (iml ;in iiullidflly to indie
llllbll I In1 mmiluljmlliy, flitt lindruu
Hon limy liml rttui'lvuil luup limit'
ml lo llm foliation of il'ilhs w
luyus, Mr, titiwuii, (Jniiwj Hluinn
Qiuiiii'0mmit km 0iijji Im
ijte 1 111" to ul Ui! H!MU'
THE REPUBLICAN DEFEAT.
In your Monday's editorial on the
recent election in'the United StatcB,
I notice your beginning is, "The un
expected nearly always happens."
You might, It appears to me, have
added, "To the unthinking or the
I think 1 am jiisUUeu in asserting
that to the observer of recent legis
lation in the United States, no other
result could have been predicted
than that which has just happened.
No such wide-spread political up
heaval throughout the length and
breadth of the country has cvur be
fore taken place.
It must bo attributed to a cause
co-extensive with the result; and
that cause can be none other than
the so-called McKlnley Bill. Other
legislative enactments unquestion
ably assisted in that result; but
only as subsidiary. The Pension
Bill and the Lodge Election Bill
were the two chief minor causes of
universal dissatisfaction. Then tho
arbitrary action of Speaker Reed in
setting at defiance the traditions of
the House also assisted. Locally,
especially in Pennsylvania, Republi
can corrupt practices affected tho
nesult. Local causes, however, af
fect local results only ; and it must
be conceded that the central cause,
the very core around which aft others
attaehe'd themselves, was the Tariff
Tho result of only two months'
operation of this ill-digested piece
of legislation has been sufllcient, as
an object lesson, to show the peo
ple, especially the working classes,
that increased cost of living, with
out a corresponding rise in wages,
has fully justified the predictions of
the ablest economic writers in both
parties. "Theories," however, do
not suit "practical" men. Practice
has resulted and theory is vindicated.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 1890.
THE BARK 0. 0. WHITMORE.
A Maine-built bark, the C O.
Whitmore, turned up unlooked for
at. Newcastle on Monday night. She
arrived iu ballast to load coal for
Honolulu. Captain E. H. Ward,
formerly of the baik California,
is in command, and brings an ac
count of native atrocities committed
in the New Hebrides group. Cap
tain Waid reports having left Hono
lulu on the 1 4th of August, with
152 natives of the New Hebrides,
whose time of service had expired.
On the 10th-September the islands
were reached and calls made at sev
eral places wheie the natives were
returned to their homes, and even
tually the bark resumed her voy
age on the 18th September, and had
fine weather across to Lord Howe
Island, which was reaehud on tho
25th. Then the weather became
boisterous, and blew in furious gales
from the westerly on and off till ar
rival. Just before Captain Waid
reached the New Hebrides, two Eu
ropeans from a whaling boat, who
went ashore presumably with the ob
ject of trading, were seized by the
natives and uinssacied, prior to
which the unfortunate mariners were
subjected to the most vile and brutal
treatment. Up to the departure of
the C. O. Whitmoie, the murderers
of the sailors had not been punished,
but it was expected that on arrival
of H. M. S. Royalist a severe chas
tisement would follow. Sydney
Herald, Oct. 8.
On THURSDAY, Nov. 20,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
I wll hell at Puhllo Auction, at my
Salerooms, for account of uhoin
It may concern:
I Case Boy's Suits of Clothing
4 Pieces of Fine Dress Goods.
liEWIS J. LEVEY,
Attention, KnightH I
A FULL attendance of the members
of MyHtlc Lodge No. a, K. of P.,
Is requested THIS l Wednesday) EVEN
ING. Business: Third Rank.
P. H. Brooks Division No. 1, U. R.,
aie respectfully invited to aBslst.
Per order of the U. O.
J. Al. MoOHESNEY,
714 It JC.ofR. &S.
rpiIE Sir Knights of the Uniform
L Hunk are lequested to appear at
ilystlo Hall, K. of P.. Iu Hill Uniform
THIS (Wedu.mday) EVENING, ut 7s30
o'clock fchurp, Per order.
O. W. ZIEGLER,
711 It Hr K, Lieut, Com,
A1TIN JoMiph Angus of the lli.
lUli bulk "Ulrvuii." ulll not bo
rutiiniiilhhi for unv (IlMiIm vmitriiuied hv
IiIh uiuw wlthmit liN wrliti'ii oiiliir,
Ml'l-l.l-ll.lll iMMVI llw
t iuii. )my- A I) nU
.fl It. E,
Hf ' I
. Vll J.U(U.uoiiiA nut. V'j, m n x GEB K93IAP Hi
On THURSDAY, Nov.
,VT tO O'CIiOOK A. 31..
At tho residence of Prof. G. SAUV
LKT, Nuimnu Avenue (on account ot
departure), J will lell at Puhllo Aue
Tho Entir.e HousehMd Furniture,
Black Hair Cloth Parlor Set,
Wicker Parlor Chairs,
Largo Ceuter Rags,
1 Miin;!i Marble Clock,
Blick Walnut Bookcase,
Japanese Tea Sets,
Garden Hose, Fowls, &o., &o.
JAS. If. MORGAN,
718 Sit Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
By ordur of O. BKEWER & Co., L'd
I will offer at 1 ublle Auettou at,
theh Queen Stieet btores,
On THURSDAY, Nov. 20,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31..
Tho following Vehicles ordeicd 9old by
Geo. L. Brownell make of
Extension Tip Cabriolet,
Extension Top ?-Sett Piano-box
Extension Top Side-bar Buggy,
Open Village Oait.
Dole & Osgood make of
Extension Top 2-seat Carry-all,
Extension Top I'haeton.
Extension Top Side-bur Buggy,
Open "iver's" Side-spring Baggy
Open Domocrat Wngons 2-Seat,
Ox Carts suitable for hauling cane,
Hand Carts, Maiket
1 GOOSENECK CANE WAGON,
All of tbe above built of superior
stock In the east, and to be sold unless
d sposed of at private sale befoie the
ASF" Kuitherpaitlculars Inquire of C.
Biuwer & Co., or
JAS. F. MORGAN,
The Pacific Mall 3. S. Co.'s Fine
"CITY Of RIO de JANEIRO,"
Will sail for the above porta
on or about
XSB" For freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO..
HAS removed bis olllce and reBld.encM
to the new building opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel, on Beretama street.
MILOII Cows, nearly
riMIE Residence of Mrs
1 I.onir In Pauoa Valluv,
f LOT on Luualllo street,
1 adjolulug Mr. Llllle a
leHldence, 105 Jroiitnuo by 8M)
deep; picket fenced and witter laid
throughout. A very desirable location
with bountiful view, Apply to
J, M, CAM It A, Jit.,
7 10 (It Bpriiukclg' lllouk, Room 10,
'PIIK iiiiilmnlKiieil huvo thU tiny
1 formed a uoiiurinurthli) for the
iiuriionu of ilcnlluu In
Iibv, trruin. etc,
iinilur lliu naino of tho Ciillfniulu Km
'P. .1 KINO.
tl H!IN0FUjj anil l-'M
OF TV3EJW Y03R IC
Cash Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
ltlCHAUn A. SIcGUItOY, iVcuiilent,
W For full particulars apply to
THEO. H. DALIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Kerosmie Oil u ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Ctocfcery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peiuviau Gunuo, Ohlendori's Special Cnnu Mnnuro.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & I'nnKer Worms, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR'.-Destroys all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
BAGS:-Sugar, Blee, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: EmbraehiR the latest Improvement iu mateilal anil texture.
uuivauizeu Water ripe,
Shortly expected a
One line of
Nov. 2d. at 3:15 o'clock.
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized in San Francisco by Mr.
Frank L. lloogs and Is composed of the
very best of Base Ball Playeis especial
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
and the oluds op tan
The first game will be plnyed on
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Novem
ber 2'2d, at 3:15 o'clock:
THE CALIFORNIA CLDB
THE HONOLULU CLUB.
jQTSrhedule of Games will bo an
PRICES of ADMISS'OI:
Season Tickets (Including reserv
ed scut) 3 .")0
Single Adml,bion 50
Reserved Chairs In Grand Stand
-No charge for carriage
8fleason Tleketa can be proonrod
at the Uanalian News Co.'s; Hnlllster
& Co.'s; Nolte'a Coffee Saloon; C. J.
McCarthy's Cigar Store; Williams' Pho
togrnph Gallery, and of tho membeVp of
the Hawallau Ruse Ball League.
In the new building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, whero you cau pro
cure the choicest
Beef; Mnttoi, M, M,
I'pultry, J3to , K,
YuroiH KJlltlB Of SUTIHtlgeH
Dtef Buagf, Uolusna Bduu(f,
Special Domestic Pork Sausage,
tWTho Uest on Nmmiiu .Strtui, ti
BmcVtiJ Uuttou llaioj,
Central leal Mel,
, Wimr iiatrmiiiRM ri'sit'ihilly mU
t'ltril, HutUfuQilon L'intiinii!fi tu nil
r N I'liMim' ',nipor'l' 't
1flflNli HllllMl Jlktf,
Hi!) Tlti WmWMMUhW
ISSUED BY THE'
-jV" CEMENT, LIME,
7 FIRE CLAY,
BUY GOODS t
Corrugated Iron, Fence Wins, Pipe
BARGAINS ! -:- BAHGAliS !
TIE PA.CIFI0 HARDWARE CO., L'd,
Bex ' announce tbat In consequenco of extensive rep ilrs to their buililluir thov
are Removing their Stocks of Goods to the
IU I IS E'ER 11 Y -:- BIOCK.
SOT DurltiK removal, in ordi-r to suvr expense of handling -jt
THeir Entire Stock is Offerea it Mice! Bates
TO 'rillC LKADK I
EST Persons requlrlug anything In their lino will tind this a speelallv favor
able opportunity. F J u,u'
E3cw Goods ! g9ew Goods 1
Have lately been received and fresh Invoices are on the way.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Iimonl Klotili," TNo.
(xranite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers. L& arp8 and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE awl RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, Tllf, COPJEE AJTO
Rht Iron VAork
You can find the
Leading : Millinery : House
OhftB, J Pinhol, Oor, Fort & Hotol Ste,
um ! ! mini w m - 1 n ri M M
The "Dail" Bulletin WoekluSummarv"
B IteteHJii iBisresilim tim, tiv m Vim la W MuMi
83. 33. HOSE:,
General Ajcnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TKNNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
STEAM COAL. &
RED BRICK, ETC.
Cutters & nno Kuivcg.
FittingH, Etc, Etc.
to this trade.
tio Jk W? Kuib Street.
Latest Styles of
& Children's Hats,
M!W? R ft
'ii III' 11 MlWUIfi