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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., ttOVEMBlllR 2, 1890.
In accordance with Section 1(
Chapter XXXV. of the Session Laws
of 1888, 1 have this day set apart an
enclosure for the impounding of
Cstrays in Kilauea, on a piece of land
situated on the Government road and
east of Kilauea Plantation, Island of
Kauai. 0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 24, 1890.
In accordance with the provisions
of Section 2, Chapter XXXV. of the
Session Laws of 1888, 1 have this day
appointed J. W. Kahee, Pound
Master, to tho abovo pound in Kilau
ea, Kauai. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offico, Nov. 24, 1800.
We KALAKAUA, by the grace of
God, of the Hawaiian Islands, King:
Agreeably to Article thirty-third of
the Constitution of Our Kingdom,
We have this day appointed, and do
hereby proclaim and mako known
Our beloved subject and Sister, Her
Royal Highness the Princess LILIU
OKALANI as REGENT of Our
Kingdom to administer Our Govern
ment in Our name during Our absence
from Our Kingdom.
Dono at Iolani Palace, in Hono
lulu, this twenty-fifth day of Novem
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 abHence
from the Kingdom, James W.
Robertson, Esq., will act asChambcr
lsin of the Royal Household.
G. W. MACFARL4NE,
His Majesty's Chamberlain.
Office of H. M.'s Chamberlain,
November 25, 1890.
Department of Interior, )
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1890.J
FRIDAY, November 28, being the
anniversary of the recognition of Ha
waiian Independence by the Govern
ments of Great Biitain 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,
O. E. RICHARDSON.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 24, 1890.
J. W. Kahte, Ehq., has this day
been appointed Pound Master for the
District of Kilauea, Island of Kauai.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minuter of tho Interior.
Interior Offico, Nov. 24, 1890.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, ro hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes ure from
0 to 8 o'clock A. M., and 4 to 6 o'clock
OHAfl. B. WILSON,
Bupt. itono, Wutor Works,
0. N, HruNOBR,
Miniutor of the Interior.
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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But eitablithed for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2G, 1890.
A Greek philosopher once declar
ed patience to be the true founda
tion of genius, nnd all the fools in
the world have been mistaking the
personal commodity for the genuine
article ever since.
Edward Bellamy, author of
"Looking Backward," is thinking of
starting a weekly newspaper in New
York. If Edward does, his next
book will be written about "looking
forward" to meet pay day.
Bob Burdetto is giving tho young
men of tho United States ndvica
which will get them into trouble
overy time. The following is a sam
ple: "If you want to marry a rich
man's daughter, or borrow $500
from him, ask bun for it.
The Republican newspapers are
now busy explaining to the Demo
crats how it all happened ; and
it is quite likely that two years
hence the Democratic newspapers
will be just as busy explaining to
the Republicans why it didn't hap
To-morrow a great nation, the
latest development of civilization,
will return thanks for national life
and prosperity. The observance of
Thanksgiving Day is of New. Eng
land origin. It was born amidst
the trials and oppressions which
nursed to manhood the infant Her- .1
cules of tho West ; and to the sturdy
and fearless pioneers of the new
world expressed, as no words could,
their patriotic devotion to their
country and their faith in the pto
tection of the "God of battles."
For many years after tho Goddess
of Liberty had swept her magic
wand over Freedom's new Empire,
the returning of thanks for blessings
remained a household custom; but
after the life of the Great Republic
was threatened in 1861, Thanks
giving Day was ordained and estab
lished as a national institution.
Such it has been since and will prob
ably remain as long as stands the
There is no land wheie Americans
dwell that Thanksgiving Day is not
remembered and religiously kept.
The same spirit which underlies its
observance is that which, in a time
of threatened danger, would cause a
national shout to arise at the unfurl
ing of the Stars and Stripes and
would throw, if necessary, three mil
lions of freemen into the field for its
The Bulletin heartily joins the
American citizens of Hawaii in ob
serving the -day in a devout and
patriotic manner, and in asking a
continuance of the national blessings,
which have thus far been bestowed
upon the United States, and through
her upon the civilized world and es
pecially upon the Hawaiian King
dom. A CORRECTION.
Editob Bulletin :
Permit me, through your valuable
columns, to correct an error in the
last issue of the Paradise of the
Pacific. That paper says :
"The 27th instant, Thanksgiving
Day, is the anniversary of the un
folding of the first Pythian flag in
this Kingdom" "in 1888."
The word "first" in the foregoing
is an error; the word "second"
should take its place. The first
Pythian flag in this, or any other
kingdom, was unfurled on the 19th
day of February, 1872, by Oaliu
Lodge No. 1 ; the occasion being the
laying of the corner stone of the
present Government Building. It
has since appeared on other public
occasions, and is still in the posses
sion of the pioneer lodge of the Pa
cific. With the best wishes for the pos
sessors of the second, as well as for
those of the first flag,
I am, respectfully,
A. P. C.
Honolulu, Nov. 20th.
Insubordination not very Infre
quent recurred at the Kapioluni
Hoint (for daughters of k'pors),
Kuknulco, lust weak, Two .Sisters
of Muroy are in chuigo of tho Insti
tution, 1'icblduiit Dayton, Mr, J,
0, Curler iiiuiiiIw, mill Mr, (J. II.
Jtoyiiolild, iigont, of tliu Jloiird of
Uwillli, went over Kiiiiiriluy mid ro
Hioifil order. Tim Iroulilo I it,
prilwil (inrilv lo nun iiiili)iiliuly ri'
fninlory Km. mill In tliu iiluinletliiti
vMte of l)(0 Id Hid lociillly. 'o
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
FRIDAY, Nov. 28th.
AT lO O'CIiOUK A. M..
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
sell at Public Auction for account of
whom It may eoncoiu, the following
Damaged by salt water on voyage of
Importation per Norwegian hark
"Fniist." from Now York :
yn l Case 1(1 doz Ames D II Shovels
27-1 " 10 " " L " "
a2-:W 2 cases '20 iloz Hadwhi I) II
31-45-12 eases C doz Coffee Mills, No
40-iQ-5 cases 5 'doz Coffee Mills, No
No 11 crate 20 iloz pre Wood Sth nips,
No 21 ciate 20 iloz prs Wood Sthrups,
No 31 crate C doz prs Iron-bound
Stumps 'i$ l
801 case 5 doz pis Tow Caids
2041 ease 1 Only Water Cooler, Small
2G7 1 " 1 " " " Large
300-3012 ca'ses 24 gro Clothes Pins
304-119 " 9 doz II tint's Axes
3201 case y& doz Broad Hatchets No 5
doz Broad Hatchets, No g
4591 case 5 doz Scoops, No 4 a
4C0-1 case 2 doz Scoops, 3
2 doz Scoops, 5
4071 case 50 lbs Fine Nails, ench J in
25 lbs Clout Nails. hi
478 r0 lbs Fin Nails, 1 in
50 lbs Clout Nails, 1 in
25 " ' ' 1 In
4801 eabc, 100 lbs Fin Nails, in
4811 " 100 " " " "
4821 " 100 " " " 1 "
4841 " 100 " " " yA "
489-00-92-93 -4 eas-es, 4 doz Coffee
Mills, No i:r.
495-7 - 3 cases, 4 doz Coffee Mills, No
5271 cases, 4 doz Coffee Mills, No 134
SCO 1 case, 2 doz W&G Rakes, No 11
2 a " u u 20
2 " " Scuffle Hees
r88-G2D 39 cases, 39 doz Chaicoal Irons
U41 1 case, 0 doz Boys' Axes
0421 " 12 " Hatchets, No 1
G45 1 " 12 " " " 2
6 G 1 " G " Boys' Axes
82-84-85-87- 127 eases. ( gro (ea
ni.n7.ns.nn- r nnsn . cio a-xIp.
91-97-93-99- f case U
714-4431 aihes, 31 doz O L W Lanterns
774-52 " 1 " l lietlectois "
782-98 " 8 No 1 1. W "
796-800-5 ' 5 " " 74 "
8021 " 2 " Police "
8041 " 2 " " "
853-42 " 2 only, Giocers' Scls
891-2 ' 12 Wire Mattresses
893-53 " 12 do. W W Brushes, 4
12 " ' ' 0
18 " ' " 8
18 " ' " 10
G " " " 12
6 " " " 14
G ' ' " , 111
49G-9 4 cases, 12 doz Bhlng llatchcs
902-0 5 10 'i A P "
9141 bale, 144 lbs'BnggingTwlno
Otl.3 1 eiifce, i doz Tallow' Irons
9371 " 1 ea, D, 0 anil 7 lbs Sad
2 eiates, iloz eu, 8 iinil 10 Bel
lows 1 1 cases, Pocks' Axes
1-8 bills, 8 iloz North Star Wa-b
12-105 bdls. 5 iloz Domestic Wash
25-31 7 bdls, 7 do., Moiuiiig Star Wash
791 case, 4 doz Wood Lemon Squeez
ers 49-7527 bdls 27 doz Wood Wash
4G1-3 2 bbls, 100 lbs Lamp Black, 1 lbs
4G8-1 " 50 " " " y, "
4701 " 50 .'i "
8G3-9 5 cases 50 galls No 1 Copal
870-12 cases 20 galls No 1 Dauinr
874-52 cases 20 galls Black Japan
87G-9r4 cases 40 fills Cabinet Flowing
915-1 case as folloivs:
u iloz Milk I'aus ea 4 14 s 3 qrts
18 " land 2 "
q ti 11 11 4 11
12 " " " 12 "
DIG G ' " 1 '
30 " ' " 2 ,l
04 11 11 ii ;j i.
'J II II 4 II
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
J AS. F. MOIIGAN,
720 2t Auctioneer.
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, L'd.
For Thursday, Friday & Saturday.
ON the atmw) days the King Hti cut
Cars will run Every 16 Mlnuloi as
1111 Saliiiduyh; nml 1111 Beieliinhi nlreet
1111 L-Mia cur will follow ii.ich of the
onlliiaiy half-hourly rain. 7211 It
A I.I. freight for HleHiiinr
"Klimu" ihU ti p,
iiiimt hit uhlnpeil liefdin
ut n ii'idoek e, m iih no
fM'lKltl V 11 ))o iiietlviul 1111 rrlduy.
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Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AT lO O'UI.OWS. A. 31-
At my Salesroom, Queen ti pet, I will
sell ut Public Auction, for aOeonnt of
whom It may concern, the following
Damaged by salt w liter on vojrage of
linpoitatlou per American bark ""Wuke
Held'' from New York :
387-946 bhl Lamp Black f
330- 1 crate 4 doz Bellows, 12 In
3311 ' A " 14 l4
'3G3-307 2 cases Flat lions
1G9-179 2 " Coffee Mills
1 bill North Star Wash Boards, l tW
1 bill Domestic " ' 1 doz
603 1 bale Hemp Ikg, 77 lbs
000-1 " " " 79 lbs
321-33 Blacksmiths Bellows, 3fi In
324-G 3 ' 40
327-293 ' " 42 "
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin
Property atPeaii City
By Older of the OAIIU RAILWAY &
LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CLOCK 1. 31..
A limited number of those desirable
Bnilfllne Lots at Pearl GitF
The Company have expended 20,000
to piocure an ample supply of pine
mountain water, lesultlug In the com
pletion of two large Beservolis with
storage of nearly 2,000,000 gallons.
From a disti Uniting Reservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 100 feet above sea level, water
has been laid along Leluia Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot in a G-inou Cast
Iron Pipe, fiom which water will be
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will blDd Itself in the
Deeds to carry purchasers and their
families and seivants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a teini of 9 years from the date
of put chase.
These special Rates of Kaie will he
tiansfei able with the propeity dining
the term named In the Oiiginal Deed.
Trains will always he run for leasonablo
accommodation of residents at Pearl
City. Trains will leacli Honolulu at
G:45 and 8 or 8.45 and 11 :50 a. in , loao
Honolulu for Pearl l ity and way Sta
tions at 8:15 a. m and 1:45 aim 4 to
4:30 and 5:15 to 5:30 p. m. subject how
eertosueh changes as may be fiom
time to time found necessary for the
convenience of the public or business
inteiests of the umpauy. Evening
Traini will also be tun whenever tlicie
is a leasouahle demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where the most
chaimlug view can lie had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can,
obtain lots fronting on Lclma, Malic or
Woodlawn Avenues: this is a most
charming location for residences, as all
agree wuo have taken the trouble to
walk up Lehua Avenue above the Ewa
Court llouse. As a health, resoit, a
better situation cannot, be found. To
assist settlers, tho following easy terms
are offered :
One-Third in CaBh,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making It poslb1o for the most
limited in means, to procure a Hue
healthy residence. Distance is anni
hilated by railway communication, go
that people living at Pearl Cltv will
reach Honolulu in less time than it
takes to come from WnlMM by the
ordinary means of trael, while the ex
pense for a person will not be moie
than live cents per day gi eater than the
niet-ent cost of travel to Wnikikt by
Now is your time to piocure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At I'f Ices lower than they i;an ejur bo
height in the futi.ro.
Don't Lot YourOpportunity Slip
If you do you will llvo to quote the
"html At, 'lit' uiivlnfra un eii nfli.n li,ii
fiom pt'npli! who had a chaiico
unco iii liny
Plains for a
Urn wliolu ut KuiiuiKiiliiiii
hong, lint limy illilu'tl
A wind to tlin
Wise U uuillelent.
tW .Maps of tho Lots can ho kcuii ut
the olllccn of the Piiollln Ihiiilwnrn Co.,
Haw iiiliiii Ni'uh ( 'u nml T, (J. Tin iiiii'h,
iuiiI ill my biildMooin, llniiiiliilu, htuti
nil liiilhnr liiliu illation cun he nhtuliii'il,
J AH, V, A! OHO AN,
M HI' Mid NIMTI.
m HniiiHiiir h (lliimiii
L LIFE IN
OF IVICT TrTOT-J 1 ,
Cash Assets, : : : : " : Over $136,000,000
1UIIAUI A. McUtmiW. I'rcMlilont.
tog" For full particulars apply to
55$. JEJ. UONB.
THEO. II. DAYIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & HUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
Kerosene Oil " ALOHA." MmZE&Z
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware
JA F A.TV E IE (3 " 8 !:,
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlendoif's Dissolved Peiuvlan Guano, Ohleuilort's Special Cane Manure.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual destioyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR:-Destioys all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
BAG S:-Sugar, Rice, PaddjvCoal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing the latest improvements in mateilal aud texture.
tfalvnmzed water Pipe,
Shortly expected a
tine line of
Base Ball Grounds !
WtJuteH open at o'clock. -sm
First Game To-morrow,
THURSDAY, Nov. 2fith, at 3:15 p.m.
A SERIES OF MATCH GAMES OF
CALIFORNIA BASE BALL CLUB
(Oiganized in San Fiaucisco by Mr.
Frank L. Hoogs and is composed of tho
very best of Base Ball Players especial -
ly selected for the Hawaiian Tour;
AND THE CLUUS OK THE
Hawaiian Base Ball Leape
First Game To-morrow,
THE CALIFORNIA CLUB
Second Game Friday,
FRIDAY AFTERNOON HAWAIIAN
INDEPENDENCE DAY Nov. 28th :
CALIFORNIAS S. HAWAIIS.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Nov 2!llh :
CALIFORNIAS vs. H0S0LULU8.
PRICES of ADMISSION:
Season Tickets (luchidlug leserv-
ed seat) , 9'i 50
Single Admission CO
Itchened Chulis in Grandstand
rN. B. No
chargo for eaitlage
BSySeason Th'kets can be pioetired
at the Hawaiian Ncwb Co.'s; HollUter
A; Co.'.s; Nolte'n Coffoe Saloon) C. J.
JlcCirthy'sCigarSton-; Wllllaiiis' Pho
tograph Gallery, and of the members of
the Hawaiian Base Ball League.
iJROM this date Mr. Win. I.lshinan
will sign our linn naniehypio
cur.itlon. G V. MACFA11I.ANE&CO.
Honolulu, Nov. 25, 18'JO. 710 tf
WANT 10 1 1
IjMHiT- lX.s.S ill miiiiiIi'k; guild
pay; only nspi'iliuii'i'd haniN uevd
apply, i out r I'm I mnl Ilnuil htioeiH
(over llhillHi's diy goods Muni),
AMAIIIIIKD I'uiiiiht. Ihuwirutoilii
till) IMIIlhlllg llllll hllllKI'WIIIk tliu
lliishunil In ulliiiiil Hi iiiiuliln winl.,
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ISSUED BY THE
Corrugated Iron, Fence
, Sept 17-00
Ladies S special
ire to announce that we have
Zenlanilia," a very huge and . tried stock from Europe and
the States, espeojnlly ad.vpted for this market.
Latest Novelties ! Latest Novelties I
FRENCH ZEPHYRS in latest patterns,
SWISSES, EMBROIDERIES & LU3ES.
A.iw,u j. ui.uii.io, aji.oii.ao a. JK.lUJJU.tNu,
"BL.ACK" nTAAfOTMn m'P rnoiuuv
"FOSTEirS" HOOK & BEST
Got your Kid Gloves at
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES, sell at reduced prices
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ,v full assortment.
BOYS', YOUTH'S & CHILDREN1 CLOTHING, especially imported
for the Holidays.
CHRISTMAS GOODS :
-A luige asMHtnicnt of Xmas Gmds, consisting of TOYS. DOLLS.
DRESSED, UNDRESSED A KID, WAGONS, CARTS, VELO
CIPEDES, Eic, Etc.
LADIES', PINE TOILET SETS, SACHETS, GLOVE & HANDKER-
GENT'S SHAVING SETS, Eic., Etc., Etc.
6. ehIu.ich & CO.,
Corcifir Hotl & Fort MtrHts
A ?' S IS KW" YEAH
150 FAT JOKar-FMD 5 Q
t&- EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HEtJRY DAVIS & CO..
Ohandeliejra, Ln.nip and Lantern,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Mount) Koopinw Qootlp,
PWJMBIWG, TIM, VWm fV
mjiuui Froii WorJ.
General Ajont for the Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
1MJBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LVER WARE, STATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
RED BRICK, ETC.
Chair Cutters & Hint Knivos.
Pipe Fittings, Etc , Etc
to this trade.
& FOItT STREETS.
iattbntiob - Ladies !
i.-eeived ner hist S. S. Ai.imll, .,,i
HOSIERY, guaranteed fast color,
UnderTrenr. ISIidl Gloves.
KID GLOVES, worth $2.50 sell for ?2
the "Temnlo of Fashion.", oft
nKsgivEng, u nnsTmas
No. B Fort Street.
aad Tin Ware I
t &- j -fcsnts