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iMiiy HUiitauNi iionolulu, n.jij BflGtoMMu 10, mso.
M'lios. Aii, Km)., has tlilo itny been
appointed Cummltilmior i( Agrlmil
lute (or the DisttlcU of North and
South Kouu, Island of Hawaii, vice
J. 1'. Kulmlewal, resigned.
Tlic Board now consists of
W. MULLHU, Chairman,
1). II. NAUINU,
TH OS. A1U.
0. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Onlcc, Dec. 0 'SUO.
U. von Tonipsky, Emi ns this tl ay
been Appointed n inoi..icr of the
Road Board of tlio Distiiel of Maka
who, Isliiiid of Muni, vice A. von
The Board now consists as follows:
C. 11. DICKEY, Chairman;
W. A. ANDREWS,
R. VON TEMI'SKY.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflico, Dec. 9, 1890.
Honolulu, II. 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 aro from
6 to 8 o'clock A. m., and 4 to G o'clock
-Ohas. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N'.i Spencer,
Minister of the Interior.
, 627 tf
T XJ JS
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 10, 1890.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
On and after the first Tuesday in
January, 1891, we will begin the
publication of the Weekly Bulletin.
The new paper will take the place
of the present Weekly Summary,
and will contain much new matter
not appearing in tho Daily Bulle
tin. Local matter, of course, will
be reprinted from the daily edition,
as well as will be a portion of the
editorial matter ; but both new edi
torial matter and miscellaneous ar
ticles, together with special articles
devoted to the development and ad
vertising of Hawaiian interests gen
erally, will appear regularly in the
The paper will be issued in the
form of an eight-page folio of the
same size as the Daily Bulletin,
and will ' be so arranged and man
aged as to offer special inducements
to home advertising patronage. A
large . number of advertisements
have .already" been secured for the
'new paper, and large editions, be
yond the regular subscription lists
of the present Weekly Summary,
will be issued from January 1st and
will be circulated throughout the
Hawaiian Islands and foreign coun
tries. The -Weekly Bulletin will be
furnished at 65 a year to Island
subscribers, and to foreign sub
scribers at 86 a year. For adver
tising rates apply to the Daily
LEPROSY INVESTIGATION COM
MITTEE. Tho 'Board of Health has received
copiesif 'the Journal of the Leprosy
Investigation Committee, No. 1,
August, 1890. This organization
acts under tho National Leprosy
Fund, of which the Prince of Wales
is President. The Journal is edited
by PhineaB S. Abraham, M. A., M.
D., B. Sc, F. R. C. S. I., medical
secretary of tho committee.
Tho list of members of tho committee-given
in tho Journal comprises
such names as tho Archbishop of
Canterbury, Cardinal Manning,
Baion Rothbchild, Lords Dufferin
and Churchill, Mr. Gladstone, the
eminent physicians Sir Andrew
Clark and Sir William Jenuer, the
Lord Mayor of London, and other
great men. Mr. Edward Clifford,
who visited Hawaii, taking in the
Leper Settlement, while Father
Damien was yet alive, is one of the
An account of the origin of the
National Leprosy Fund begins with
tho ttnUnce; "Tho death of Father
Uiotiglil llinl ilio yin
flee of himself
pftthy nf the I'nlletl Kingdom ought
to find MirrsMon lit n ftiltsliuillnl
muinorinl of hi work." A Mimnmry
of the miiellng ni'cnrilliigl.v held l
Mnrlltorottgh House, umUr the
lircsltlunuy of llio Prince of Wales,
a published In the Honolulu im
port at the time.
The major part of the Journal, a
pamphlet of 123 octavo pages, is
tnkuti up with papers by physicians
on the subject of leprosy. It would
take too much space to give any lit
tclllgiblc idea of the various theo
ries advanced ns to the origin, com-
munleablllty, and prospects for the
cure of the disease. The matter in
goncral is, however, noteworthy, In
possessing an element of hope that,
with the very pick of the English
faculty investigating thu disease
systematically, the consummation
most devoutly wished of a cure be
ing discovered may within a mea
surable period be realized. Refer
ences to the plague in these islands
are frequent in the discussions.
"Tho Recent Bibliography of
Leprosy," occupying 23 pages, en
titles a large number of reports of
physicians who have studied the
subject here, ns well as ofllcial
documents of tho Hawaiian Board
of Health, the voluminous reports
presented by the late Mr. Gibson to
the Legislature of 1886 being par
ticularly prominent in the indexing
A WOMAN AGAIN.
A "Pilgrim," who evidently on
account of his intimate acquaintance
with Church affairs, has not left
Honolulu for many, many years,
puts himself up as a musical critic.
I wonder if he could tell what a
whole note is? Perhaps it was the
"Hood" which attracted his atten
tion in the Second Congregation.
But there is some hope left. An
other organists' guild might start
up in England, and I will apply for
the position of drumming it up here,
and then they will make me an hon
orary member and send me a
"Hood," which I will endeavor to
wear the next time he calls round.
Perhaps that' will help me to find the
"insides" of the organ. Perhaps it
was the same "Pilgrim," who med
dled with the "insides" of the or
gan previous to the Cathedral ser
vice on the King's birthday.
Mrs. Ernestine Gray,
Organist pro tem of St. Andrew's
Eagle House, Dec. 10, 1890.
HONOLULU ORATORIO SOCIETY.
It is proposed to establish a so
ciety in Honolulu for the purpose
of studying and publicly performing
Oratorio Music. There is surely
abundant musical talent in the city
and suburbs, and it seems a pity
that no opportunity should be afford
ed for enjoying the highest class- of
choral music. Such works as the
Messiah, Elijah, Judas Maccabeus,
St. Paul, are practically unknown in
Honolulu to our own great loss. It
is obvious that the only way to suc
ceed in a work of this kind is to
secure the services of all capable of
rendering assistance. I have spoken
to many ladies and gentlemen, in
cluding some of the leading musi
cians, and all seem greatly disposed
to enter upon the work.
May I, through your widely cir
culated journal, ask those who are
willing to help, to meet in the Y. M.
C. A. Hall on Thursday evening the
18th inst. at 8 o'clock.
The invitation is especially ex
tended to all choirs and musical
associations. It will certainly do
no harm to any one to meet and see
what can be done.
Thanking you for your courtesy.
F. M. English, B. A. Oxon.
Auction Sales by Levis J. Lesey.
On THURSDAY, Dec. lltli,
AT lO O'CLOOU A. M.,
I will sell at Publlo Auction, the stock
of a bankrupt, consisting of
Flannels, Brown Cottons,
Dress Goods, Merinos, Etc., Etc.
Also, an assortment of
jfST" The whole to bu sold without re
serve. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
U yerkaufen I
Ueber Lund & Mccr,
Zur guten Stuude,
Werko von Samarow, etc.
Naeheres zu erfragen in der Expedi
tion dieses Blattes, 732 lw
V ' latest stylo of sum, for sule at the
"UUIcOrua Parlors.' 788 lw
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Will again have on hand tho largest
Fruit, Citron, Mnil, Jelly
To suit the most fastidious taato and
ornamented in F. Horn's well-known
style and in great variety.
Of endless variety of homo manufac
ture, both plain and fancy.
Richly ornamented and plain. Alho,
Fixings for decorating Xmus
Rich Mince Pies,
Of Horn's well-known good quality.
Also, for sale
MINCE -:- MEAT,
Fancy & Mi Pastries,
IN THE OltKATEST VARIETY.
Guaranteed to bo of the richest and
purest quality ; sold at tho honest
, price of only
$2 Per Whole Gallon
g8 Flense call and convince your
self and oblige.
Proprietor; Hotel street, botweon
Fort & Nuuauu.
74a BOTH TELEPHONES 8ST74
A nd Loverw
Are respectfully invited to examine
that now on sale by
a. H. WILLIAMS & CO,
(Successor to C,
105 Fort St., :
Selected by Mr.
II. II. Williams
In San Francisco. Ladies and Gen
tlemen will And in this stock
Goods, Elegant, Substantial,
ORNAMENTAL and USEFUL,
For generations to come, and very
CHRISTMAS, NEW YEAR,
BIRTHDAY or BRIDAL
3"Large invoices lately received,
and more on tho way by sail and
steam. 731 lm
Dec. 8!litoec 31st
No, (JO Jtlntr Htroot.
Now Goods ! Now Goods !
Suitable for Christmas and New
Year's Presents 1
Fans, Baskets, Trays,
And the latest novelties in
Tpni Ware I
XAX TV CO.
Of Hawaiian & Other Yltws,
rxiuMt utr. Ari'ici or thu
Hawaiian Camera t lub
IN AID Of TUB -
SAILORS' HOME SOCIETY,
Thursday, Dec. 1 1,
At H l .11. Hlllirp.
Doori open at 7:30 r. it.
,l)i ess Circle, Pitrqttcttu A. Balcony
CS Carrlngo may bo ordered for 0 :30.
Tickets nro for s do at Unison, Smith
& Co., Hulll'tcr & Co., Hawaiian News
Co., Up-towu Book Store and I.. J.
Rcwved seats may be secured at the
olllcu of L. J. Luvey on Wednesday, the
10th lust , at 0 A. m. 728 lw
DiinrN Opon nt 7:30 I. II.
EST ADMISSION Dress Circle, (ro
scrvi'd) 81; Balcony, 75c ; Gallery,
BY UNIVERSAL REQUEST I
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING,
America's Most Gifted Child Actress I
Tho Greatest Lord Fauutleroy ou
OR .,5 "VIS
Supported by an Excellent Company.
The following strong bill will bo prc
sentedforthe second time, by special re
quest of u number of prominent ladies
and gentlemen, who were unable to get
seats at first performance :
(As produced at the Lyceum Thea
tre, New York).
OLIVE BERKLEY : : as Editba
Last Two Acts of
" LITTLE LORD FAUNTLBROT ! "
OLIVE BERKLEY : : as Cedric
(Little Lord Fauntleroy).
BSy Sale of Eeats will commence
Thursday morning, at 9 o'clock, at
Thrum's Book Store. Mr. J. J. Wil
liams will direct thu sale. 730 lw
NOW TELL US !
Have you ever heard a
Glee Club Conceit?
Do you know that one has
Never been given In Honolulu?
A Concert for the Benefit of tho
Will be given by tho
KAHfiHAHEHA GLEE CLUB !
Vai'udli'y, Ohcar lloiotdniid
I'nul It. lioeiibevK,
Hawaiian Open House,
Monday, Sec. 15, 1390.
Yodels & College Glees of all sorts
will be given.
tiSSF Reserved seats for sale on Thurs
day morning, Dec. 11th, 9 a. m.. at
Benson, Smith & Co.'s. 720 td
Is called to the largo stock of
Now on hand and to arrive on the
They comprise everything to be had in
muuy various lines.
OF ALL KINDS,
l Mttiijl Ware,
AVt olios, Cloolcs,
Umbrellas & Canes
Mouuted in Qojd & Silver,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
DSy- Storo will bo oppn evenings lor
two weeks previous to Christmas.
727 3w H.F. WICHMAN.
Carrlngo IIorm:.s For Sule !
11AVE for salo at
Kualoa Ranch, 8
Young Horses and
Marcs, of tho best
bleeds, recently bro
ken to harness, Apply soon by mail or
CHARLES H. JUDD,
At Kualoa. Koolnupoko, Ouhu.
Poowbr 8, 1890. 7U0 lm
M-AhuiI :- Congililiii
- -or Tiir;--H1WAIIAN
To bo held on their Range, at Ka
Imulki, King stiuut,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 1, 1891,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS GUI'.
Valued at 8100. for Hie hliihcst aggre
gate scoru hi mutches Xos. 1, 2 and :i,
to become the pi-opeity of the marks
man winiiiiu: It three times at the regu
lar meetings of the II. R. A.
Won Jul- 0, 1SS0. by J. Iliodle, M. I).
Won liinuiiry 1, 1887, by Win. Utiger.
Won July U3, 1887, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2, ISSS.by 0. B Wilson.
Won i uly 4, 1888, by F. llustacc.
v on January 1, ISSi), by J. "W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 188U, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won Jan. 1, 18!)0, by C. B. Wilson.
1. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
-Cup presented by J. Brodle,
2nd pii.c Gold
Pin presented by
Mis. O. II. Nleholl
Conditions of the match : Open to all
members of the Association. 1st mid
2nd prizes to become the propeity of tho
maiksmuii winning them three times at
the regular meetings of the II. It A.
Ht nice, 200 yards; rounds, 10; anj
military lille under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 81.
Won Jau. 1, 1890, by J. Jl. Fbher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 8100; also, a second prize
of 85; third piize, !f2.C0. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
perty of the liKuksmun winning it three
limi." nl the regular meeting ot thu n.
R. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yaid ranges; any military rille under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, 81.
V on July 5, 18SC, by J. Brodie, M D.
Won unuaryl, 1887, by W ('. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1888. bv W. C. King.
Won Julv 4, 1888, by K. Uustace.
Won .Miliary I, 188'J, by J. Wr. Pratt.
Won July 4, 18SU, by J. G. ltothwell.
Won Jan. 1, ltOO, by C. B. Wilson.
III. II. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 8151). Competitor limited
to membeis of the Association. Condi
lions: For ihe highest aggregate score
at 200 and f.00 yaids; Hi rounds at each
distance; any military lillu under tho
wiles; to bf come the piopcrty ot the
iiiiu Ionian winning it. ihree times at
regular meetings of thcll.it. A. En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, ISoO, by W. E. Wall.
Wou Jan. 1, lfi'.iO, by F. Ilutuce.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Budge. To be worn
by the winner until his score is beat- n
at any regular meeting of the II. R. A.
Limited to membeis ot the Association;
luiouuusaD oyo aim uuu yarus. ihu
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, 188S, by J. G. Kothuell.
Won January 20, 18S9, by Lieut.
A-he, II. B M.S. Hyacinth
Wou July 4. 1881), by J. W. Pratt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Presented by Hon J. A. Cummins;
2nd prize 82.50 To bu shot for at 200
and 500 yaids. 10 shots at each d
tance. Open to members who have
never won a llrst class ptlze. To be
come the property of the marksman
winning It three times. Entrance fee,
Won January 1, 1689, by J. W. Pratt.
Wou July 4, 1889, by C. Iluxtace, Jr.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by II. W. Peek.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Presented by the Board of Dliectors
of 1891. Open only to members of tho
II. R. A., who have never made a re
cord of over 75 per cent, in any regular
competition; to become the property of
the marksman wining it three times.
Distance, 200 yds; rounds 10; Military
rille; limited to one entry to each com
petitor. Entrance fee, 81.
VII. POOL TARGET. (8 inch
200 yards, Opon to all coiners. Any
rifle. Unlimited entrlev. No hair or set
triggers or telescopic sights allowed.
Tickets, 00 cents each ; entitling holder
to Uro 5 shots at this target. 7u percent
of total receipts in this match to be
awmded pro rata to total number of
VIII. PISTOL TOOL TARGET.
(8 inch bulls-eye).
BO yards, Opon to all comers. All
pistols or revolvers not less than 32
calibre allowed Tickets, no cents
each; entitling holders to tire 0 shots at
this target. 75 poicont of total icculpts
In this match t bu awarded pro rata to
total number of bulis-cyc.
IX. CITIZEN'S MATOII.
Some very valuable ptUes, and a
prize for everybody, Any rille; 10
lounds; dlst:mcu,200 yards, No hair or
(ct triggers or telescopic sighto allowed.
Entries unlimited. Eutiaiice fee, 81. '
All members of the Association who
havu mado over 80 per cent, at any gen
eral meeting of thu II. R. A. will not be
allowed to compete.
No entries will bo mado before the
day of thu match, nud persons will
(hoot accoidlng to tho number ou their
Committee ou Citizens' Prizes:
J. 1). Tookeh,
E. O White,
W. O. Pauuk,
J. II. SOPER,
J. O. Rothwell,
M l PI A
Silver ! Silver I Silver I
OUR GRAND SILVER, PEACHULOW, SATIN WARE, GLASSWARE,
TOYS & DOLLS GIFT SALE WILL COMMENCE
onday, December 8, 1890.
6y During thia sale every customer purchasing 02.50 worth, will
receive n handsome Peachblow, Satin, Glass Ware, Dolls, Toys or
SSS" Look in our Windows and see the fine display of presents, tsa
OHAS J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery
Hew Soods !
PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILANI) CHINA, SILVER PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Also,
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
(Jouisumin Onc-ihird Less Fuel, 'iilicrwoolorcoal, tlmir
any other Stuvt in oxistauce.
SjSr No Brick Work About It I f)g Just a Clean Cut Stovo 1
Whose BakingQuaiitiesare Unsurpassed
I'ri&Mg'u.l&f Orates !
. B& FCHt SALE BY THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
oct 31-90 Fort ptippt, npp . Rprenkels' Bunk, Honolulu. H. I.
ARGAim I -
THE PA.CTFI J HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that in consequenio of extensive repairs to their building, they
are Removing their blocks of Goods to the
IMCoirV K)Ti IN V -:- B LOOK.
t&" During removal, In order to save expeuso of handling -
tST Persons requiring aiiyfnlng In
H w Goods !
Ilav lately boon received and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'dL,
House, cor. Fort & Hotel streets
ew Goods !
: - BARGAINS !
their line will ilud this a specially favor,
Mew Goods !
fresh Invoices are on the war.
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