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V&lh? BULLETIN BOJIOLULU, IK I., NOVEMBER 22, 1WM).
LETTER of THANKS
To Jf U. Kawainui, S. K. Kane, J. K.
Kaulia, 0. B. Wilson, Jno. Ena,
C. P. Iaukea, J. L. Kaulukou, S.
Mahelona, A. Fernnndez, S. Now
lcin, 8. Dwight, G. L. Desha, E.
Kaululaau Wright, J. H. Boyd,
W. 0. Achi, J. K.Naono, K. N.
Boyd, G. K. Norton, E. John
eon, J. M. Kaneakuo, O. Still
man, Hcil Kapu, II. Dofrics and
B. H. Baker,
A Committee of Arrangements for
the Colouration of His Majesty the
By command of His Majesty the
King I have been requested to tender
His heartfelt thanks to you each and
all for your endeavors to make tho
celebration of His 54th Birthday on
November ICth a great success.
G. W. MAOFARLANE,
His Majesty's Chamberlain.
Iolani Palace, Nov. 22, 1890.
Foreign Office Notice.
Official notice having been given
that during the temporary absence
HON. E. MULLEB,
Consul for Austria-Hungary,
ED. SUHR, ESQ.,
Will discharge the functions of that
office as Acting Consul, all persons
are hereby required to give full faith
and credit to all the official acts of
the eaid Ed. Suhr, Esq.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Aliiolani Hale, Nov. 21, 1890.
716 3t-168 It
It has pleased HiB Majesty the
King to appoint
WALTER HILL, ESQ.,
To be a member of the Board of Edu
cation. The Board now consists of tho fol
lowing gentlemen :
HON. CHARLES R. BISHOP, Pre
sident; HON. W. D. ALEXANDER,
HON. S. M. DAMON,
MR. W. W. HALL and
WALTER HILL, ESQ.
Iolani Palace, Nov. 30, 1890.
716 3t-168 It
John M. Kealoha, Esq., has this
day been appointed Notary Public
for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 19, 1890.
Tax Payers in this District are
hereby notified that tho Taxes for
the current year will be due and pay
able at the Office of tho Tax Assessor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on tho 1st day of November, A.
The Office is open from 9 a. m. to
4 p. m. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must be paid
in U. B. 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, costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes District of Kona, Island of
Minister of Finance,
. C9G 3w
(Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Wator Privileges or
those paying Water Bates, uru hereby
notified that tho hours for using
wator for irrigating purposes are from
0 to 8 o'clock a, m,, and 4 to 0 o'clock
Oruu. B. WILSON,
Supt, Hono, Wnlor Works,
0, N. Hl'KNOKIt,
Milliliter of the Interior,
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Pkds?td to ncttkir Sect nor Party,
Out established for tie benefit of all.
SATURDAY, NOV. 22, 1890.
An autograph of Columbus is said
to be worth 8800. That's nothing ;
an autograph of Col. Clau3 Sprcck
els is worth a million, if you can
just get it-in the right position.
Since the emigration epidemic
struck Iceland there nre only about
75,000 Icelanders left in their native
land. Notwithstanding this, it will
be a "cold day" when Iceland "gets
The Czar has presented a Russian
carriage to Emperor William of Ger
many, rue Hiinperor nau uetter
take the precaution to have the
vehicle carefully examined before
he uses it; tho Czar's loving subjects
may have secreted a dynamite cart
ridge or two in It, thinking their
"little father" might try the "rig"
before sending it to his brother
Tho Advertiser, in complaining
that "hundreds and thousands" of
"otherwise good citizens do not
vote on election days," says "they
leave the whole matter to be man
aged by political tricksters and their
followers." If this is true, one of
the chief reasons for the abstention
of all these worthy people from
active politics is just this, that if
they went into the elections with
any vigor the whole race of asses
would be ready to call them "politi
cal tricksters," "wire - pullers,"
THE ANCUCAN DISPUTE.
Editor Bulletin :
It usually happens in all strifes,
political or ecclesiastical, that a
large number of people are carried
away by side issues, or by personal
ities, and altogether miss the real
principle at stake. In the present
strife in the Anglican Church, which
is now attracting considerable atten
tion, the two principles for which the
Bishop is contending are as import
ant for the welfare of other religious
bodies as of the Anglican Church in
First, that according to the first
article of Magna Charta, the church
ought to be free in this kingdom and
have her liberties uninjured.
Secondly, that a Board of Trustees
elected by a religious body, to hold
its property in trust, cannot by
virtue of its incorporation by the
State become superior to, and inde
pendent of, the rules laid down for
the government of the Board by
the religious body that appointed
Nothing reveals to the public the
weakness of the assailants' position
more clearly than their efforts to
secure the Bishop's resignation at
the same time that they were taking
him into Court. Faikplat.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 1890.
DREDGING THE BAR.
In yesterday's Advertiser is an
outline of a proposed plan by Mr.
G. F. Allardt, C. E., for the deep
ening of the channel and the Hono
lulu harbor. In relation thereto
permit me to say that the same plan
was tried at Sacramento, Cal., a
few years ago and proved a com
The S. P. It. It. Company entered
into a contract with a Mr. von
Schmidt, C E., by the terms of
which he agreed to fill a slough,
covering an area of several hundred
acres with sand from the Saoramento
river bed. Twenty-four inch pipes
were laid and an attempt was made
to force the sand through with the
result that the water percolated
through tho sand as through a sieve,
leaving the sand in a compact mass
in the pipes. They were taken up,
cleaned and another attempt made.
Same result. After several abortive
attempts of this nature and the ex
penditure of much time and money,
Mr. von Schmidt gave up the con
tract and returned to Oakland, Cali
fornia. The material pumped into
the Oakland marshes is simply a
slimy sedimentary deposit held in
suspension after being stirred up by
the action of the pumps, and flows
through tho pipes as easily as clear
water. Anyone familiar with min
ing operations on the Pacific Coast
will remember tho tllllloulties en
countered by the miners in cleaning
their Humes of sand, men being
constantly employed patrolling tliu
flumes to sliovol out this sunil,
It may bu reasonably oxpoutod
llmt tliu munu ilillluiiUlen will bo on
(joiiuvurud bore, I'orlmpn, there
fore), it would ho uu wu If tliu
uutliurltluv would Inniriiut Mr, Al
limit to iniiU n thurouuli ihohiiIihi.
Hon Into tliuau ruui liuforu miimlng
Into it ixiiitruol on liulmll of tliu llu
whIImii (ioypriiiiiunt, llmt iimy rn villi
Ml IUI!IIIM"IIW lli iruuiiii mil luyitti)
jumuimwIw vm Hum nf iliti iu
ANSWERS TO PUZZLES,
On October 27th the following
puzzlo was printed in the Buu.ktin,
tho answer to which is given juat be
low it by Master Kobert R. Catton,
a ten-year old pupil of Fort street
A new puzzlo bus been sprung
upon the inoffensive people of this
inoffensive world. It is an innocent
affair and an inexpensive one withal,
but more deadly than "pigs In
clover." This latest brainracking
device consists simply of three col
umns of figures arranged thus :
1 1 1
3 3 3
5 5 5
7 7 7
9 9 9
Now, the point is to add together
any sir of the above figures and
make the total 21. Philadelphia
Take six or these numbers and
make the sum 21.
On the 13th inst. the following
puzzle appeared in the BuLLKTm,.to
which three answers printed below
have been received :
"A farmer sont his three sons to
market with eggs. To the first son
he gave 10 eggs, to the second 30
eggs and to the third 50 eggs. He
enjoined his three sons to sell their
eggs for the same rate, or price, and
for each to bring back to him the
same amount of money. Illustra
tion : If the first son sold his 10 eggs
for 50 cents then the other two sons
must sell their eggs at the same
rate, i. e., at the rate of 10 eggs for
50 cents and yet return the same
amount of money each, as the first
The answer of your riddle in yes
terday's Bulletin is:
Each lot of 7 eggs to be sold at A
cents per lot andthe remaining eggs
at the rate of 15 cents apiece ; this
will make 50 cents for all of the
eggs of each of the brothers.
First boy 1 lot at 5 cents and 3
eggs at 15 cents apiece50 cents.
Second boy 4 lots at 5 cents and
2 eggs at 15 cents apiece50 cents.
Third boy 7 lots at 5 ct nts and
1 egg at 15 cents50 cents.
Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1890.
I have solved your puzzle of the
13th; here it is after tlnee nights'
10 eggs, 3 for 1 cent; buy 1
cent's wmth 3 eggs the man has
left 7 eggs.
30 eggs, 3 for 1 cent, buy eight
cents' worth 24 eggs the man has
50 egg9, 3 for 1 cent, buy fifteen
cents' worth 45 eggs the man has
Now, eggs rose to 7 cents apiece,
so I buy what each one has left, the
man with 7 eggs at 7 cents apiece, 49
cents and 1 cent's worth bcfore50
The man with G eggs at 7 cents
apiece, 42 cents and 8 cents' worth
before 50 cents.
The man with 5 eggs at 7 cents
apiece, 35 cents and 15 cents' worth
The boys in your new puzzle prob
ably arranged it thusly:
On the way to market, the third
boy gave 20 eggs to the first (which
was not prohibited by the old man) ;
this gave them 30 eggs each, if they
sold them at fifty cents for ten, the
three sons brought home to their
father 1.S0 each.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 1890.
Friday, Nov. 21.
before m'cully, j.
Tong Sing Wai Co. et al. vs.
KwangChOMg. Billforaccounting. A
decision Is filed on demurrer, upon
which it is claimed that the defend
ant need not render an account be
cause some of tho plaintiffs may be
assumed to have kept accounts
which would servo tho plaintiffs'
Hut, tho Court decides, the de
fendant, being tho agent for some of
tho plaintiffs, is bound to render
thoin a full, true and perfect account
of his transactions in their buljulf,
Domurrur lu ovur-riilod,
W. It, Cimlu for nlRlntlffs, J. M,
Davidson for (lufomliint,
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Auction Salos by James F. Morgan,
On WEDNESDAY, Nov
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .11..
At residence of Mil. R. LA1NG. Helhel
stieet, adjoining tlio Post Olllee, I will
Hell ut Public Auction,
The Entire Housoh'ld Furnituro,
Slutdc Bedroom Set,
Mosquito Nets, Chairs, Rockers,
Crockery & Glassware,
llookcase, Bath Tub,
Kitchen Stove & Utensils,
Etc., Etc., Etc ,
J AS. F. MORGAN,
Property atPearl City
By order of the OAHU KA1LWAY &
LAND CO. I will Bell at Public
Auction at Pcail City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT (KCIaOCIt I. 31..
A limited number of those desirable
BuilfliiiE Lots at Pearl City
The Company have expended $20,000
to procure an ample supply of pine
mountain water, resulting in the com
pletion of two large Kuservoirs with
storage of neaily 2,000,000 gallons.
From a disti Ibutlug Reservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above sea level, water
has been laid along Lehua Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot In a 0-lnch Cast
Iron Pipe, from which water will be
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself in the
Deeds to carry purchasers and their
lumiltcs and servants by tail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a tuim of a years from the date
These special Kates of Fare will be
transfci able with the pioperty dining
the term named in the Oiiginal Deed.
Trains will always be l un fov reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
City. Train? will rcaeli Honolulu at
G : 15 and 8 or 8 . 15 and 1 1 :fiO a. m , leave
Honolulu for Pearl t ity and way Sta
tions at 8 :15 a. m and 1:45 and 4 to
!:;!() and 5:15 to 5:U0 p. m. subject how
ever to such clmngcs as may be from
time to time found necessary for the
convenience of the public or business
iuteiests of the oinpauy. Evening
Tiaius will also be rim whenever tlici e
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those dch big lots where the most
charming view can he had fioni the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots flouting on Leliun, Mallu or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most
charming locatiou for residences, as all
agree who have tiiken the trouble to
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Ewa
Couit House. As a health, ruscit, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
One-Third in CaBh,
One-Third in 3 yrara,
One-ihird in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Tims making it possible for Hie most
limited in means, to procuie a Hue
healthy lcsideucc. Distance Is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
reach Honolulu In less time timu it
takes to come from Wnikiki by the
ordinary means of travel, while the ex
pense for a person will not be moie
than llvo cents per day greater than the
present cost of travel to Waikiki by
Now is your timo to pioeure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower than they can ever bp
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If you do you will live to quote the
"hind sight" sayings wo so often hear
f loin people who had a chance to buy
the whole of Kulaoknhua Plains for a
wing, hut they didn't! A woid to the
wise is siitllelcut.
C3rMa8 of the Lots can be seen at
the unices of tho Paellle Hanlwaiu Co,,
Hawaiian News Co.. and T. G. Tin iiiii'h.
and at my SuleHiooin, Honolulu, wluno
all fiuther lufoimatlou can bu obtained.
.TAB. F. MORGAN,
Halo of Funoy ArtloloHl
MKH, LACK will Imvii a wulu of
I'liiniy Ai Union at 1 1 ti rM uin, hiri
Rliuul, HATUHDAY, Nov, aaiUliilil 10
a. n. in fir, m. All inn Im Him I,
iw. m U.IU8 J1i
1IIIIIIIH IIIVIIIIidllflDlllim Hill
KMIIIAIID A. McCUltlkY, President.
Kor full particulars apply to
. 33. JROSJE.
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
trunks & valises,
hats & caps,
boots & shoes,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Korosuno Oil' ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTI LIZERSi-Ohlcndorf's Dissolved Peiuvlnn Guano, Ohleudorf's Special Cane Mnnuie.
LONDON PURPLE:-Effcetual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Desti oy.s all Noxious Weeds, & Scrubs.
BAGS: Sugar, Ktee, Paddy, Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest hnpiovements In material and texture
Galvanized Water Pipe,
Shortly expected a
flue line of
The Pacific Mall S. S. Co.'s, Fine
"CITY OF RIO de JANEIRO,"
Will sail for the above poits
on or about
For fieight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
HAS i cmoved his ofllco and l esideiiee
to the new building opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel, on Bcictnma street.
MILCH Cows, nearly
stock. Apply to
Building Lot For bale I
AJ.OT of Land 100 feet
front by 147 feet depth,
on Young sticct, near Kei'
auiuuku sti cet. Apply to
' J. M. VIVAS.
A BUILDING Lot on Beie
tania Htreet, adjoining
Mr. Tieglonn's residence. 84
ft. 0 in. frontage by 14G ft. C in. deep;
fenced, fruit trees planted aud water
laid throughout. Desirable location.
Apply to J. M.-CAM RA, Jit.,
Real Estate & General Agent, Spree
kels' Block, Room 10. 710 Ct
rpiIE undersigned have tis day
X. fonni'd a copnrtupisbip for tje
pin posn of dealing in hay. grain, etc.,
under tliu name of tho California Feed
Co. T.J KING,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, J8po. (Jfr tf
COLUMBIA Safetv Ulevele. Ill good
J older, for halo cheap. Apply iIiIh
1 15 2w
CiAPTAlN Joseph Angus of Iliu Uil
j Unit bulk ,(llrviin," will not bu
lcspouHlblo for any debit contmoloil hy
bin cmiw without hl written onler.
JUST 11ISG13IVED I
mIRi:Cl'fmm EL'Viit. u roiiMu'iiiiluiil
1J of Diibci), Cow! & Co.'h Ceil.
ii t no Kifvnlliiu (JluniiilUtk. iiiiulii fi mil
lint nlmlnt.il tuiMih Inhin'rim. Tliu
iilinviiliiuinl In Iliu I'luiimlln nl Kiiidimi
mill Iliu Cniiliiiiil, TO' ii 'iuiilii.
WIiiiId.iiIo niili'iii Hlh'il, I'm' nilu nl
Ciillliiinlii Ki lilt Miiil.i'1
Ah"HI fur iliu IIiiwmIIiiii MmnU.
ISSUED BY THE
O JT" OVISAC YOR F
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Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire. lii VlttfnoM. v.tn .. t?.
Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire,
TSE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd,
Beg to announce that in consequence of extensive rep ilrs to their buildiuK, they
are Removing their Stocks of Goods to the
McIINEBNY -:- BLOCK.
SQS Dining icmoval, lu older to save expense of handling -U
Mire stock is
ftST" Persons requiring anything
ublo oppoi (unity.
New Coods !
Have lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Iln.oiMl Bloc'lt." IVoi.
1 rf-I"- r't", V W-SJ-.t
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware!
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and' RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBINQ, TIW, COPJl AJSTD
Fihe Iron A'ot-j
You can find the
Leading : Millinery : House
Alma, J rtuhol, Cor, Fort k Hole) R(h,
The uDailM Bulletin Weekl" Summary "
InhiiihI i)vnr,v ThiwIiw
Accent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & IIARNEvSS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC-
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Cutters & ano Knivetu
--- a - -w .uu.
to thl trade.
their line will llud this a specially favor-
New Goods !
fresh invoices are on the way.
i& Jii 7- Iiin Wt-'t.
Latest Styles of
& Children's Hats,
I u iMmm ai immiia Urn m urn vm $ & Bm&
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