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bJMhy BULLION I HONOLULU, H. Ju, NOVldMSM 81, 1WJU.
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Foroijni Oilico Notice.
Ofiloinl notice having bcon givon
that during the temporary abhoncc
HON. E. MULLEU,
Consul for Austria-Hutmary,
ED. SUIIK, ESQ.,
Will discharge tho functions of that
oilico as Acting Consul, nil persons
are hereby required to give full faith
and credit to all the olllcial acts of
tho said Ed. Suhr, Esq.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign A flairs.
Aliiolani Halo, Nov. 21, 1S90.
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It has pleased His Majesty tho
King to appoint
WALTER HILL, ESQ.,
To be a member of the Uo.nd of Edu
cation. Tho Board now consists of the fol
lowing gentlemen :
HON. CHAHLES It. BISHOP, Pre
sident; HON. W. D. ALEXANDER,
HON. S. M. DAMON,
Mil. W. W. HALL and
WALTER HILL, ESQ.
Iolani Palace, Nov. 30, 1890.
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Auction Sale of Awa Licenses.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 0, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
thoso paying Water Rales, are hereby
notified that tho hours for ming
water for irrigating purposes aro from
0 to 8 o'clock a. M., and -1 to G o'clock
Ohas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
Approved : .
O. N. SrKKGKIl,
Minister of the Interior.
Dki'autmknt or Intkkioh, )
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1890.$
FRIDAY, November 28, being tho
anniversary of tho recognition of Ha
waiian Independence by tho Govern
ments of Great Britain and France,
will bo observed as tl National Holi
day, and all Government Olliccs
throughout tho Kingdom will bo
closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the henetit of all.
Symptoms of Yiolent Activity
in the Summit Grater.
Report by Mr. J. S. Emorson.
FRIDAY, MOV. 21, 1890.
There will bo sold at public auction
on MONDAY, the Sth day of Decem
ber, 185)0, the following Awa Licenses,
for the tei in of one year from Janu
ary 1, 1891 :
Ewa and Waianae 1
Molokai and Lauai. ,
Kau . . .
The Licenses for the Island of Oahu
will bo sold at the front entrance of
Aliiolani Hale, on the above named
date at 12 o'clock noon.
Those for the other Islands will be
sold in the lc&pcctivc districts, on the
same date and at Mich hour and
place as shall be designated by the
several Sheriffs or their Deputies.
Upset Piice Honolulu $500, for
each license; Hilo, Wailuku and La
haina $300 for each license; and for
all I lie other districts above named
$100 for eacli license.
Terms. A depost of twenly-fivo
peicent required on the fall of the
hammer, and foifeit of said deposit
should the full amount of license not
be paid within ten days from the
date of salo.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Nov. 7, 1890.
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John M. Kealoha Esq., has this
day been appointed Notary Public
for tho Fourth Judicial Circuit of
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 19, 1890.
KIS MAJESTY'S VISIT TO CALI
FORNIA. Editor Bullutin:
Siu: In order to correct any
mistaken impressions, or any misap
prehensions, which may exist in re
gard to His Majesty's visit to Cali
fornia on the(U. S. Flagship Chailes
ton, on Tuesday next, I state most
authoiilativcly that His Majesty's
journey will not extend beyond
California, and that it has no relation
to business, either ol a public or
private nature, of whatsoever kind,
but has been projected solely in the
interest of His Majesty's health.
J. A. Cummins,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Ollice, Nov. 20, 1890.
Mr. Walter Hill has been appoint
ed a member of the Board of Edu
cation. This judicious and most
excellent appointment will receive
the hearty approval of the public
generally as well as those directly
interested in educational matters.
. It not only adds to the Board a com
petent member of sound judgment,
but one who brings with him the aid
of actual experience as a teacher.
Without detracting from the capa
bilities of other members of the
Board of Education, it is but just
to say that it lias been one of
the defects of our Education Bureau
at various times, to be almost wholly
composed of men who have been
liable to errors of judgment and
policy, because lacking in practice
and experience. The Board now
consists of five members, two of
whom, Mr. Hill and Professor Alcx
ander,have been successful teachers.
Mr. J. S. Emerson of the Govern
ment Survey sends the following re
port of eruptions at the summit
crater of Mailna Loa:
Tho Government Survey party
was in camp on Puuokeokeo, over
looking the source of tho ilow of
188G. from Nov. -Uli to Nov. Mth,
in full view of Mauna Loa. During
this entire period considerable steam
was issuing from the fissures near
the summit, to the right of and be
low Pohaku, Ilanalci. Smaller steam
jets were seen every morning arising
all along the fissure of 1887 for a
distance of some miles down to the
actual flow of lava on the surface.
On the 7th I visited various points
along this fissure and found hot sul
phurous gases arising. The sulphur
beds were quite hot, with an abund
ance ol tresiiiy lormeu crystals.
The amount of 'steam arising seem
ed to increase every day.
On the morning of Thursday,
Nov. 13th, a large jet of smoke was
seen issuing from a point directly
behind Pohaku, Ilanalci.
On Friday morning, Nov. 14th,
three oilier smaller smoke jets ap
peared to the right. Meantime a
smoke jet was distinctly seen arising
from a cone formed by the How of
1887, just to the South of Kapoala
ala hill, below Puuokeokeo.
The fishermen of Kaulanamauna
report that they saw fire on tho sum
mit of Mauna Loa early Sunday
morning, iNov. u.
I have every reason to believe
that there is great activity at the
piesenttimein Mokuawcoweo Crater.
Snow first appeared on the sum
mit of Mauna Loa on the morning
of Friday, Nov. 14.
AN UNKIND OUT.
The Paradise of the Pacific men
tioned the Bulletin and referred
such of its journalistic hi others, in
this city, as had not displayed the
usual journalistic courts sy by giving
a notice of its existence, to Luke X.
verse 37, which contains the scrip
tural injunction "Go thou and do like
wise." This was Christ's mandate
in the parable of the good Samaritan.
This note the cditoi of the Adver
tiser (whoever he may be) seems
to regard as personal and partisan.
The editor of the Paradise now
thanks the editor of the Advoitiser
for the commendatory portion of the
notice in its (this) morning's isue
but regrets that the close of the
same article should display the trait
which lago depicts to Othello in Act
III. Scene 3.
The columns of the Paradise will
not, and cannot, be allowed to con
tain any offensive personal reference
of any" kind and will be partisan
solely in displaying to the oest ad
vantage abroad the opportunities
displayed by the Hawaiian Islands
to those in search of "health, pleas
ure or profit."
Editor Paradise of the Pacific.
'lax Payers in this Dibi.-ict aro
hereby notified that tho Taxes for
tho current year will boduoand pay
able at the Oflico of tho Tax Assessor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on tho 1st day of November, A.
Tho Oilico is open from 5) a, in, to
1 p. in. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 niuut bo paid
in IJ. H, Gold Coin or JIawailaii (!oi
tiligatyn of Duponit,
Taxuii not paid liuforo tho lfitli day
oj I)y!ii!iyr next will l lllln to
IiH will 1 I""" tim,t' l,os,,, "'I'''"''
T, A. MiOVI),
lii)ml)' fitmwr Mm) Uullimlur f
Til MM uf Italia. leUwiLl o
Noble Burchardt was elected as
an independent candidate and served
as such during the Legislature of
1890. As an honest man he refused
to endorse the late Administration,
and as a consequence soon secured the
enmity of the Reform party's organ,
the Advertiser. This morning that
ill-natured sheet makes an open at
tack on Noble Burchardt, as it
doubtless will hereafter on other
honest men who are about leaving
the country for a vacation. It can
very plainly be seen what the trouble
is, after reading portions of an in
terview with Noble Burchardt, re
published from the Washington Post
by the Advertiser. In this interview
Noble Burchardt has openly given
the lie, as an honest man, to the
misrepresentations of the Advertiser
repeatedly sent abroad of late as
facts, alleging that Hawaii was con
tinuously n danger of another revo
lution at the hands of Messrs. Bush
and Wilcox. The Advertiser is as
usual mistaken, if it thfnks its ex
treme partisan editors can gull the
public longer by pretending to do
penance for their former evil acts,
committed against Hawaiian inter
ests, by attacking personally those
of our publio men who have taken
the precaution of correcting abioad
the iiilluoncu for evil, which the Ad
vertiser exerts through the medium
of its exchange list, At liomo il is
WELL DONE FEIILDEIIR,
A nioiiilniuil olllnliil llml hU linriu
uurfK tint MiIohuIL ujinMlo III" l'o
icii minion mi mnininu, I-" pi
'ulilliuhr mi iiml Hi" nfTuiiilur hiWi
out itfiuit, ilion onliuuil ii mini (0
iM)0Vt Hi" Iiuiiii. Tint iv liruliuliljr
rsl imiouluil uiiftu nf lint lu hi).
wUlMuiUt' UHUliJi! ll!i ItuUlIu
PRACTICE WHAT YOU PREACH.
In the P. C. Advertiser's issue of
this morning the editorial finds fault
with Noble Burchardt in being out
spoken regarding these islands, and
in saying too much. Well, now, I
would like to know where all the
harm which these islands have re
ceived has come from, if not from
the repeated utterances of tinsame
P. C. A. in its venomous publica
tions of the past year. Not satisfied
with attacking the country at large
it has made personal attacks on
many occasions, which would have
been better lelt unpublished. "Con
sistency, thou art a jewel," and the
sooner the P. C. A. finds, out, that
'tis better to be consistent, the
sooner the public will place confi
dence in what it has to say.
In winding up let me offer the P.
C. A. a little fatherly advice. "Peo
ple that live, in glass houses should
not throw stones." Yours,
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 1890.
IlrltUh Tclccrnph 3Irn AwnlcliiR to
tlio Necessity or Pnclllo Cnblo.
An Ottawa despatch of Oct. 23
says that Sir John Pender, Presi
dent of tho Eastern Telegraph Com
pany, has informed Mr. Sandford
Fleming that he will visit Hong
Kong next year by way of Canada,
part of his object being to discuss
"tho best means of establishing
closer telegraphic communication
botween Canada and the Australian
colonics when tho tunc is ripe for
carrying out tho work." Tho
friends of tho Eastern Telegraph
Company have at last ,to recognize
the absolute necessity lor an alter
native cablo to Australia by way of
Canada and the Pacific. In tlio
same letter the chairman of the
Eastern Company says:
"If the various governments in
terested are determined to have a
line across the Pacific and are pre
pared to incur the requisite expen
ditures for the purpose, I am quite
ready, as I have always told you, to
co-operate in carrying out the work
on fair and reasonable terms. In
this way the object might be obtain
ed more easily and economically
than if the third parties were employed.
Mr. Fleming says, in his reply,
that the means taken to establish
the new telegraphic communication
is entirely secondary, povided that
tho new Hue be secured.
In connection with the foregoing
the following interview appears in
the Montreal Witness:
Mr. C. R. Ilosmcr, manager of
the Canadian Pacific Telegraph, a
gentleman generally conceded to be
one of the foremost telegraph men
on the continent, was asked by a
Witness reporter to-day for some in
formation regarding the proposed
cable between the two colonies, Ca
nada and Austialia, referred to in
our telegraphic despatches last eve-
Mr. Ilosmcr said that fresh inter
est in the Pacific cable from Van
couver to Australia had been awak
ened recently owing to the frequent
interruptions to the present route,
which had cut Australia off entirely
for weeks at a stretch from the out
side woild. It was now conceded
by all telegraph men tha there were
no insuperable difliculties in the way
of laying a cable between Biitish
Columbia and the east.
"There arc two different
schemes." said Mr. Ilosmer, "the
one advocated by Dr. Sandford
Fleminir, contemplating a cable from
Vancouver to the Sandwich Islands
direct, thence to New Zealand and
Australia. The second scheme is to
lay a cable from Vancouver to the
Aleutian Islands, thence to Japan
and China. The latter scheme would
be completed by the laying of a lit
tle over four thousand miles of ca
ble. The Australian scheme would
lake a little over seven thousand
miles. This would, of course, reach
Australia, while the other route
would only reach Japan.
"What "about Sir John Pender's
connection with the matter?"
"Sir John Pender is the chairman
of all the existing cable companies
leading to the East, and if the cable
were laid by him it would be with a
view of protecting the present mon
opoly which he enjoys in that coun
try." "What are the present cable rates
to China and Japan?"
"The rate from America to China
aud Japan is S2.61 per word, via
the Eastern Telegraph Company,
and $1.96 by the Siberian route,and
to China SI. 74. The lowest rate to
Australia is 82.83 per word. The
shorter distance covered by the new
cable would, of course, reduce this
"Would this new scheme affect
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Galvanized Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
fine line of
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Base Ball Grounds !
Sot. ttlid. at 3:15 o'clock,
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Organized in San Francisco by Mr.
Frank L. Uoog? and is composed of the
very best of Base Ball Playeis especial
ly selected for the Ilawaiian Tour)
AND TUE CI.UUS OP THE
your company in any way?"
"Of course our company would
be very glad to see the cable laid,
as it would divert a large propor
tion of the Australian, China and
Japan business to the United Slates
and Great Britain this nay, thus
benefiting our land lines between
Vancouver and the East."
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Novem
ber !i2d, at 3:15 o'clock:
THE CALIFORNIA CLUB
THE HONOLULU CLUB.
BB3S'hedule of Games will be an
TSE PA.CIPIJ HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that in consequence of extensive repairs to their building, they
are liemov.ng their Slocks of Goods to the
McINlCKNY :- BLOCK.
By- During removal, iu order to save expenao of handling -t5a
Tleir Bin Stock is OffsM at Retail Rates
!'. THUS I'RA.DIC :
CS1" Persons requiring anything in their line will liud this a specially favor
New Goods ! Plew Coods I
Have lately been ruceived and fresh invoices are on the way.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
PRICES of ADMISSION
Season Tickets (including reerv-
Reserved Chairs in Grand Stand
N.B. No charge for carriage
HAWAIIAN CHRISTMAS CARDS.
Messrs. King Bros, are showing a
verv lino line of water color cards
of Ilawaiian character in great
variety which cannot he beaten as
Christinan and New Year cards to
Some of these are mounted with
ferns aud paper which make them
liemcmher that the next regular
mail will bo time enough to reach
the States for the holidays, aud that
the "Charleston" leaving ni-xt Tiiea
day or Wedni'hday, will carry u mull
which will much Kuropo in limit.
Don't full to send some of these
cards to your friends iiluoad,
CANTOHIERS AT WORK,
CantoiilWN are now to he soon
working on tli" biiliiirliiiii mud.
Thny m)ii r ii ruil luulgo on Urn light
nrni' with llit iminlHir ol tmuli In
hlunli, Tln'lr (11)1,1 I" ulilt'lly ' UN
ilium in lilt1 riJiiHth on inu irinui'
ii sttoiiun iiiiJtumiiDd uy !HJiiri
A BUILDING Loton Bere-
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fenced, fruit trees planted aud water
laid throughout. Desirable location.
Apply to J. M. OAMAKA, Jit,,
lteal Estate & General Agent, Sprcc
kels' Block, Boom 10. 710 Ot
Sale of Fancy Articles!
MBS. LACK will have a sale of
Fanev Articles at her store, Fort
etreet, SaTUBDaY, Nov. 21, from 10
A. M. to 5 l', 51. All are invited.
B-eason Tickets can be procured
at the Hawaiian News Co.'s; Hollister
& Co.'s; Nolte's Coffee Siiloon; O. J.
McCaithy'R Cigar Store; Williams' Pho
tograph Gallery, and of the members of
tho Uanniiuu Bae Ball League.
tOLUMBI V Snfetv Bicycle, In good
J order, for sale cheap. Apply this
CAl'TAlN Joseph Angus of tho Brl
J tUh Imik "Ulivwu," will not be
lUKpoiixllihi for any ilcbu coulruotod by
his claw without hU written onlor,
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Central leal ism,
ipllr Nniiaim Street, 31
In the now building, adjoining Love's
Bakery, where you can pro
cure the choicest
Beef, Mutton, Teal, Port,
Poultry, JJto , l'Zto.
VarioiiH Kinds of Sausages
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Chandeliers. Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE anil RUBBER HOSE,
House Keepittfy Coods,
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