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We KALAKAUA, by the grace of
God, of the Hawaiian Islands, King:
Agreeably to Article thirty-third of
tho Constitution of Our Kingdom,
Wo have this day appointed, and do
hereby proclaim ami make known
Our beloved subject and Sister, Her
Royal Highnesi tho Princess LILIU
OKALANI as REGENT of Our
Kingdom to administer Our Govern
mental Our name during Our absence
from Our Kingdom.
Done at Iolani Palace, in Hono
lulu, this twenty-fifth day of No em
ber in the Year of Our Lord one
thousand eight hundred and ninety
and in tho seventeenth year of Our
By the King,
J. A. Cummins,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Foreign Office, Nov. 25, 1890.
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During my temporary absence
from the Kingdom, James W.
Robertson, Esq., will act as Chamber
lain of the Royal Household.
G. W. MACFARIANE,
His Majesty's Chamberlain.
Office of H. M.'s Chamberlain,
November 25, 1890.
Foreign Office Notice.
Official notice having been given
that during the temporary absence
HON. E. MULLER,
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 said Ed. Suhr, Esq.
J. A. CUMMINS,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Aliiolani Hale, Nov. 21, 1690.
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Department of Interiou,
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1890. J
FRIDAY, November 28, being tho
anniversary of the recognition of Ha
waiian Independence by the Govern
ments of Great Britain and France,
will be observed as a National Holi
day, and all Government Offices
throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
C. E. Richardson, Esq., has this
day been appointed an Agent to Ap
praise Lands Subject to Government
Commutation for the Districts of
Hilo and Puna, Island of Hawaii,
vice J. Nawahi, resigned.
The Board now consists as follows :
F. S. LYMAN, Chairman ;
A. H. LOEBENSTEIN,
C. E. RICHARDSON.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 24, 1890.
It has pleased His Majesty tho
King to appoint
WALTER HILL, ESQ.,
To bo a member of the Board of Edu
cation. Tho 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.
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J. W. Kaheo, Etq., has this day
been appointed Pound Master for tho
District of Kilauaa, Island of Kauai.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Iuterior Office, Nov. 21, 1890.
IIqnoj.iimj, H, I,, Aug, 9, 1890,
Holder o tVulur Privilege oi
tlio.ui pitying WuUtrJIuU'H, ymliurtiliy
iKjlHUul (hut tliu hour or ubIiik
wuter (or InlKtilliiB jiir"t"iimi (mm
tt to H o'ulwU A. m,, mill 1 lollit'itloii
',N' 0M. II. WlliHON,
liUjtli llwiu. WcUif Wurku,
TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 1890.
FAREWELL TO KALAKAUA.
The Hui.i.r.Tis would take the
latest opportunity of bidding a loyal
farewell to His Majesty, at this the
hour of his departure on a trip for
his health to the United States. We
wish to express for ourselves what
wc are satisfied are the universal
sentiments of His Majesty's people
on this occosion. May his voyage
be pleasant. May his health be
restored by his sojourn on the
foreign but hospitable strand.
May he return to resume his reign
under even happier autpiccs than
those surrounding his departure, in
the undoubtedly pleasant mutual
relations between the sovereign and
all the people.
God Savi: tiu: King!
The steady growth of confidence
in the Government, since the defeat
and forced resignation of the Thurs
ton Administration, is doing much
good at home and will do much to
correct the evil reports repeatedly
sent abroad during the past year by
the organ and leaders of the so
called Reform or revolutionary party.
The advent of an anti-revolutionary
Cabinet, together with tho deter
mination of our business men and
the people generally not to allow the
inteiests of Hawaii to be sacrificed
to the greedy and unscrupulous
policies of cither the "spoils hold
ers" or the "spoils hunters," has
gone far in bringing about this de
The labor question was unneces
sarily brought to a sudden crisis by
the politicians of the late Adminis
tration refusing, for the purpose of
catching a few votes, to carry out the
law allowing the importation of the
legal number of Chinese laborers
per quarter. This precipitated a
labor shortage, which virtually
caused the planters to turn to the
opponents cf the Thurston Adminis
tration for aid. This was not with
held. Since the incoming of the present
conservative Cabinet the evil in
fluences and cxamnles of the late
Government have gradually been
, , . . ,
giving away 10 tuu uracing uhiiu oi
a constitutional and, hence, invigor
ating regime. The first fruits of the
assurance of a legally administered
and peacefully disposed Government
have been already seen and felt and
tasted in an increase of land values
by a fourfold ratio, as shown the
other day. But with the dawn of
returning public confidence home
enterprise and industries have also
taken a step forward. A few weeks
ago the contiact for the new Ewa
plantation plant was let to the Union
Iron Works Co., of Honolulu, for
over 200,000 and within a few days
the contr.ict for the plant for the
new Makaweli plantation on Kauai
has been let for about 8250,000.
The advance of land values and the
letting of these and other large con
tracts were only made possible by
the return of political peace and the
assurances held out by a conserva
tive Government. This could not
be hoped for under the late Govern
ment. It was not built that way.
The good effect of the present
state of confidence was plainly seen
when the news of the passage of the
U. S. Tariff bill reached Honolulu.
Both the planters and the mechanics
of the Kingdom immediate "pooled
their issues" to meet the emer
gency. Economy is to be the watch
word of both the Cabinet and the
country ; and with a continuance of
the kindly favor of the United
States, supplemented v,ilh a judi
cious policy at homo, there is little
doubt we shall be able to hold our
It is with the assurance of pence
and quiet being again firmly estab
lished in Hawaii, that His Majesty,
who has for the past threo years
been greatly oveituxed with the
cares mid tioublcs of State, bus at
last consented to take a much needed
vacation, for rest mid recuperation,
in tho United .States. This hu will
now enjoy with tliu ii&Hiiriiiico Unit
the Kingdom Is in sufo mid pulrlotio
lunula during Ida iilismice; and wo
holltivo wii eolio tliu wlbh of uvmy
rtihliliuit imhI tjiibjixil who linn tliu
'good inn) iioHilly of I law nil nt
liimit In tmylnu; tlmi, (ur ninny irn
"Pi tliu nnmt!M ljiikliiuiiiti nun
l luwmt In liulunwl upon lliinuil
jy 11 III lilt U UlJWlull VMl) Dili
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His Majesty Embarks on KM
United States Flagship
To Visit the Great
nml Scenes of the
His Majesty the King takes leave
of Queen Kapiolani and Princess
Liliiiohnlani, Heir Apparent and in
the King's absence to bo Princess
Regent, at Iolani Palace a few min
utes before two o'clock this after
noon. The King immediately after
ward enters his state carriage, at
tended by lions. John O. Dominis,
A. S. Uleghom, and G. W. Macfar
lane, II. M.'s Chamberlain. His
Majesty's staff, mounted, accom
pany the slate carriage to the har
The King arrives at the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company's
wharf, foot of Fort street, at two
o'clock. There he is received by his
Cabinet Ministers, Diplomatic Corps,
Judges of the Supreme Court, other
Hawaiian officials, and His Majes
ty's immediate friends. Here the
King takes official leave of Minis
ters, Judges, foreign representa
His Majesty then enters Rcar
Admiral Brown's barge and pro
ceeds directly to the United States
Flagship Charleston. Salutes are
Hied from the shore battery and the
warships, all the latter manning
their yards. The King is attended
at embarkation by Ins Chamberlain,
Col. the Hon. G. W. Maefarlane,
who accompanies him to the United
States ; also by His Excellency John
A. Cummins, Minister of Foreign
Affairs. Mr. Cummins takes leave
of His Majesty at the ship's side,
and then goes on board the steamer
J. A. Cummins, which is already
crowded with the King's friends.
The steamer having the Royal Ha
waiian Band on board, accompanies
the Charleston to sea for a final
farewell to His Majesty.
When the saluting begins, flags are
hoisted on the Government build
ings, announcing at once the King's
departure and Princess Liiiuokala
The foregoing appealed in
"Charleston" Edition issued at
o clock. The programme was
programme was car
ried out precisely as there outlined.
The royal equipage arrived at the
wharf punctually to the minute.
Lieut. Dyer of Adtniial Brown's
staff waited on the wharf to receive
His Majesty on boaul the Admiral's
The following personages were in
waiting to take formal leave of the
King: Their Excellencies John A
Cummins, Godfrey Brown and C N
Spencer, Ministers; lions L Mc
Cully and It F Bickeiton, Justices
Supreme Court ; lions J S Walker,
Paul Neumann, S M Damon, J L
Kaulukou, Satn'l Paiker, W II
Coinwell and E C Maefarlane;
Senhor A de Souza Canavano,
Portuguese Charge d' Affaires ;
Mons G B d' Anglade, French
Commissioner; Mr F A Sehaefer,
Italian Consul ; Mr J II Paty,Consul
for the Netherlands, and Mr C Alee,
Chiuese Commercial Agent; Col
Joua Austin, ex-Minister, and others.
Hon. John O. Dominis, Consort
of the Princess Regent, led the party
in bidding the King farewell, pre
senting him at the same time with a
beautiful bouquet. Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn was next and lollowed quickly
1)3' the others.
In a few moments the ceremony
was over, and Ilia Majesty stepped
on board the barge, while the ciowd
of spectators gave farewell cheers.
His Excellency J. A. Cummins with
Major R. Hoapili Baker of II. M.'s
staff accompanied the King and his
Chambeilain, Hon. G. W. Maefar
lane, on the barge, which was
quickly rowed out to tho Charleston.
Immediately the barge moved
royal salutes began thundering fiom
the shore battery and the U. S. F.
S. Chai leston and the U. S. S. Mo
hican. The J. A. Cummins at the
mime time moved slowly into the
stream, the Royal Bund on board
playing. As the King boarded the
Charleston the royal standaul was
raised to the mizzch topmast. The
grand ship was tinned and heading
out the passage in a quarter of an
hour after His Majesty lolt tho
Meicliant vessels in the harbor
were gaily decked with Hags, unci
the whole hai bor front was swarming
with people, Tliu yachting licet was
out in full foicc. Tliu Charleston
wns well under way at 2 i2Q o'clock,
Mho wti loudly cheered by the
Muhiimii crow, Tliuru wasugiual
waving of liniidkurolilufri nod it
ringing of ImU fiom ship and
mIioio. Hull) hand wuru iln,lng
iitillniml mill buiiilnientiil nlin, the
Cliiiilubion' giving "llmim KwcdI
Mourn" on leaving tliu limber, ,
II. Mi N, NyiimliD'a IKu mid
ill urn Iminl pluyi
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ujf jIivNyiuiiuu ui wJ Ujylf fiuvnuJUi
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 2G,
t AT 10 O'OIiUUK A. M
At residence of Mit. K. LAINO, Hethul
s Xvoet, Adjoining tho Post OlVlec, I will
Bi. U at Public Auction,
The JEntiroHousoh'ld Furniture,
Slngf c Bedroom Sot,
Mosquito Nets, Chairs, Rockers;
Crockery .& Glassware,
Bookcase. Hath Tub.
Kltdicu Stove & Utensils,
J AS. F. MOJLtGAN,
Property at Pearl City
By order of the OAI1U RAILWAY &
LAND CO. 1 will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT it O'CLOCK 1. 31..
A limited number of those desirable
BnlUiie Lois at Pearl city
The Company have expended $20,000
to prociuc an ample supply of pine
mountain water, resulting in the com
pletion of two lnrgc Kesorvohs with
stor.ige of nearly 2.000,000 gallons.
Fiom a digtt Uniting Hcseivoir 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
tho Pearl Oity Depot in a G-hicli Cast
Iron Pipe, from which water will bo
supplied by tho Compiiiry at Govern
The Company will bind itself in the
Deeds to carry purchasers and their
families and sei vants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl Oity
At I Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
Dining a term of 0 years from the date
of pin chase.
Those special Kates of Faro will be
transfciablc with the property during
the term named in the Original l)eed.
Trains will always bo inn for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Peail
City. Tiaiii" will leaeli Honolulu at
G : 15 and 8 or 8 .45 and 1 1 :30 a m , leave
Honolulu for Pearl i ity anil way Sta
tions at 8:1 5 a. m and 1:15 and 4 to
1 :l!0 and :15 to 5:30 p. m. subject how
ever to Mich changes as may ho from
time to time found ncccssaiy for the
coiinciiIcucc of the public or business
inteiests of the i ompany. Evening
Trains will also be rim whenever tlieie
Is a leasonnblo demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where the most
chai tniug view can be had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots Homing on I,eliua, Halle or
Woodluwii Avenues; this is a most
charming location for residences, as all
agiee who have t.ken the trouble to
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Kwa
Comt House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 ynars,
Ono-ihird in 5 years,
With Inlcicst at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making It possible for tho most
limited in means, to proem e a tine
healthy rebldence. Distance is anni
hilated by lallway communication, so
that people living at Peail City will
leaeb Honolulu lu less time than it
takes to .come fiom Wniklki by the
ordinary means of travel, whllo the ex
pense for a poison will not bo moie
tluiu live cents per day gi eater than the
present cost of tiavel to Walkikl by
Now Is your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Pi Ices lower than they can ever be
bought In the future.
Don't Lot Your Opportunity Slip
If jou do you will llvo to quote the
"hind sight" sayings wo h olteu hear
from neoplo who hud a chance to buy
tho whole of Kulunkiiliiia Plains for a
song, but they didn't! A woid to the
wisd is sulllelent.
C .Maps of tlio Lots can be seen at
thoollleesof thuPaclllo llordwaio Co.,
Hawaiian News Co,, and T. G, Tin urn's,
and at my Salesiooin, Honolulu, whom
all fuitlinr Infoi umtlnu cau be obtained.
JAS. V. JUOKGAN,
081 31)t Auctioneer.
I.ION, rSiiiniinl ,M.
Damon u III net as
. i my id oi nny.
Willi inn povuM,
IniliiK my iibm-nrn fiom tliu Kingdom,
CIIAH. I(. II HIII'I',
Honolulu, Nov, all imm, 717 a!
NT. Hi oh n H111 1 1'
V Mint), In 111 1
a I w uu ,uw) t.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
UICIKARI A. McCUltDY, President.
6T Kor full particulars apply to
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
Korostjiio Oil' ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERSi-Ohlendoif's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Ohlomlnif'a Snecinl Cane Manure
LONDON PURPLEr-Effeetual dcet.oyer of Potato, Cotton & Onnker Wmmi E e
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-Destroys all Noxious Weeds &Sen.l,s ' "
BAG S :-Sugur, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS NAVY OAKUM
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS:-K..ibcl,.Bthelatotluu;,o
Galvanized Water Pipe.
Shortly expected a
line line of
Base Ball Grounds !
THURSDAY, Xov. 2(ith, ot 3)15 iji.
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Oignnized in Pan FiancUco by Mr.
Fiank L. Hoogs and Is composed of the
very hest of Bas.c Ball Playcis especial
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour)
AND THE CI.U1IS OF TUB
Hawaiian BaseBall Leaoe
THE OPENING GAME !
THE CALIFORNIA CLUB
FIUDAY AFTEHMOOX HAWAIIAN
INDEPJ3NDKNOK DAY -Nov. 28ih :
CALIFORNIA! vs. HAWAIIS
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Nov 2i)th :
CALIFORHIAS v. H050LULUS.
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Seas-ou Tickets (Including uwiv-
ed iscat) $, no
Single Admission 51)
Rescued Uhalis in Grand bt.ind
N.B. No charge for canlage
BSySeason Tickets can bo procured
at Hie Hawaiian News Co.'a; Uolllhter
!c Oo.'h; NoIio'h 1,'offco Kiiloon; (J. .1.
McUuithy's Cigar Store; WilllaniH' Pho
tograph Gallery, and of the members of
the Hawaiian Base Ball League.
HAS removed his olllca and lesldenco
to tliu new bulldlii!! opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel, on Reictama street.
COLUMBIA Safety Bicycle, lu good
older, for sale cheap. Apply tills
nlllco. 71fi 2w
Building Lot For 8alol
LOT of Land 100 fuel
front by 1 17 feet dcnlli.
on Young Kticiit, iiniir hen.
niinii'lvti bticitl, Apply to
if, .11, VIVAS,
Dill HOT 'nun KlO'iil. ii iniiiklgiiiiiuiil
of Dnlii'i', dniuiU iViin.'K (inn.
lilim KKyi'lliiii (Juiiuii, iiiiulu finiii
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H. DAYIES & CO.,
fil WELSH STEAM COAL,
W CEMENT, LIME,
Corrugated Iron, Fence Wirt
T3S PACIFI0 HARDWARE CO., L'd,
Beg to announce that in consequence of extensive rep.drs to their building, tlior
arc Removing tlielr Stocks of Goods to tho 5
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J6T Dining removal, hi ordt-r
fliEir Entire sm is
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Sew Goods L
Ilavo lately been received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
IXmotirl Blo.It," rn.
MtJmMM BB&aBBBBLA jj jj! jt Vf. Jy !rl!i Vv IBM 3BIIBBPVBh
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
itf ATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping? Goods,
PLCTMBriTO, TIN, GGFEB AND
You can find the Latent Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's Hats,
Olmw, J FlBho), Oor, Fort & Hotol Ktu.
The Dailw Bulletin
General A$?ent for the Hawaiian Islnnda.
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUURER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SILV ERWARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
RED BRICK, ETC.
(Juttci-K & aiu) Knives.
Pipe Fittings, Etc, Ktc.
to this trade.
to save expense of handling
Ofmfl ai MocgI
,Iie!r llno wlu a this a specially favor-
New Goods !
fresh invoices are on the way.
. t W? KluB Htrent,
and Tin Ware
Millinery : House
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