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Hf BY AUTHORITY.
'Your name must be registered on
the List of Voters foi Representa
tives. The name only being on the List
of Voters for Nobles will not entitle
the person to vole for Representative.
Examine the Voting Lists and im
mediately cause your name to be
entered on the Representative Vot
ing List by the Inspectors.
Voters for Nobles now on the Noble
List must also have their names
registered on the Representative
Voting List and Register. Many
names of Voters, for Nobles on the
List published and on the Register
are not now on the Representative
Voting List or Register.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
January 13, 1802.
In accordance with Sec. 1 of Chap
ter XXVII. of the Laws of 1S8C.
All persons holding water prhilegc
or those paying water rules, arc here
by notified that the water rates for
the term ending June 30, 1S'J2, will
be due and payable at the oflice of the
Honolulu Water Works on the liibt
day of January, 1802.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen da after they are due will he
btibject to an additional 10 per cent.
Rates are payable at the ollice of
the Water Woiks in the Kapuniwa
building. JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Hono. Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1SU1.
Honolulu, H. I., Dee. 2, 1801.
.Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the bonis for using water for
irrigation purposes are from (i to 8
o'clock A. m., and 4 to 0 o'clock i M.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
O. N. Sij:nceh,
Minister of the Interior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1892.
In connection with the comprehen
sive article on "The Cocoanut" lately
given by this paper, the following
recent London despatch wiii lie in
teresting: "Expoiimcnts have been
made witli cocoanut celluloid for the
interior protection of warships. The
inventor claims that the material
cannot be pierced, and the Admiralty
are enquiring into the merits of the
In this issue will be found statis
tics of passenger tralllc for 1801 on
the Oahu Railway. They bIiow a
eteadily increasing business, contrary
to the predictions, on the opening of
the line, that the tin flic would de
cline with the novelty of riding in
tho carB. The average charges for
fures have been reduced, by liberal
terms to buyers of land, to 2 0-10c.
u mile, tht maximum allowed by the
company's charter being 5c. a mile.
There has been a heavy excursion
business on holidays, that on the
fourth of July being ono causo of the
lorge receipts for the third quarter.
The Sentinel considers that Mr.
Marques bus a great deal of cheek
iu setting up as a Noble to represent
tho Portuguese for six years, when he
has served two years us their Repre
sentative without doing anything.
Ok, but be did do something. He
caused the country an expense of
several thousand dollars in wasted
printing and time on a crude draft of
a Constitution, nn impracticable Cen
sus scheme, a Cremation bill, several
voluminous and ill-digested reports
full of mare's nests, and other fan
tastic vagaries. Mr. Marques is a
great success as a mixer and muddler,
a plagiarist of other people's idea",
an unbalanced theorist and a prac
tised balancer in polities.
A rcpoit of the organization and
the objects of the Hawaiian Histori
cal Society appears elsewhere. There
can be no need for argument that
such a society is a necessary institu
tion of the country. Tradition and
living memory arc very poor author
ities for historical facts, as newspa
per men especially have found in
seeking information to accompany
the record of current events. As
the repository of archives for syste
matic ariangement so as to be readi
ly accessible for ready reference, a
historical society will prove its value
more frequently than most people
will imagine. It is an oiganiz.ilion
particularly essential in a capital
town, and it is to be hoped the Ha
waiian Historical Society will receive
all due popular and public counte
nance and support.
What can exceed the greed of the
Hawaiian Gazette Company? They
will not be satislicd till tliey inherit
the earth, but the prize will never be
theirs if the price is the exercise of
meekness. Their daily paper the
Advertiser comes out this morning
with a claim that it was the duty of
the Minister of the Interior to adver
tise the election proclamation in the
Hawaiian Gazette. It gives as a rea
son that the Gazette is the only
"journal in the English language
having a general circulation through
out the group." This is a bold claim,
but it is without foundation. We
admit that the Gazette has a larger
circulation on the islands than the
Wkuki.y Buli.i:tin The latter was
started only live years ago, chiolly
as a convenience for people wishing
it for the foreign mails instead of the
daily. The Gazette is an older paper
than any daily, having been well
established many years before a daily
paper was started. It maintains a
certain hold in the country from its
retention of judicial and legal adver
tisements. Notwithstanding all this
the WhKKLY Itui.hKTiN has without
special promotion gained "a general
circulation throughout the group,"
being taken in every district of the
kingdom, and the election proclama
tion has been published in the Weekly
as well as the Daily.
However, we claim the publica
tion of the advertisement in the
Dailv Bui.lktin to be sulllcient for
bringing the matter before the English-speaking
people throughout the
group. This paper is generally and
extensively circulated from Niiliau
to South Point on Hawaii. There is
not a town, village or settlement that
it does not reach, the country circu
lation being in fair proportion to the
unequalled circulation in Honolulu.
A copy is mailed regularly to the
editor of the Ililo Record, and sev
eral of his relatives and friends jn
Ililo are subscribers. The only ex
cuse for the complaint made by the
Record is that it might have been
type-written before the Bulletin first
containing the advertisement was re
ceived. As the Advertiser and Ga
zette fattened on almost a monopoly
of Government patronage for three
years, besides having .received no
sinull share of it for two years since,
its whining over the withholding of
the election proclamation from the
Gazette is anything but dignified.
The publishers of that paper should
know that the people of the other
islands are becoming mope and mqie
patrons of the daily press, and we
are not afraid even now of letting
business men compare the country
subscription list of the Daily Bulle
tin with Hint of the weekly Hawai
Wednesday morning at !) o'clock
the barometer stood at 29. 'J2 with
light breeze fiom the south. Ther
mometer at noon 78 ; wind fiesh
cued up all the afternoon, with ba
rometer fulling MH !3 ! "i., ,wheu it
stood at 2U.7u; atinospheie warm,
71, with frequent und vivid light
ning. At 0:1)0 the temperature him)
denly fell to G5 and barometer us
quickly rose .01), the wind hauled
to tho west, with heavy rain, inces
sant thunder and lightning. The ba
rometer fell agaiu during the night
to 20. 70, tho cky cleared up and
temperature went down to o7 .
Another heavy shower thin morning.
Tho wind is west lo-duy with barom
eter 20.7-1 at 1 p. iu. At I'unnbou
1,00 inches of rain fell on Nuuanu
Avenue 2.10 inches,
Dki.ioiouh coffee and chocolate will
bo served every morning euily at tho
Palace leu Oream Parlors, Ludwigteu,
& Otou, Hotel street. -'21 tf
i ! miii
A preservative against rolling,
decay, fungus, etc., of wood and stone.
Will presono any kind of wood above
or under ground or water and pfo
long its life at Ion it 100 percent.
Will keep oil all soits of insects,
vermin oi other enemies of wood. '
Will piovont l.ilsaudinieo gnawing
wood oouIimI with it.
Will force all moisture out of wood
without closing the pores.
Will present shingles, coated with
it, from totting, clucking oi waiping.
Will piou'iil rope lien led with it
from rotting, causing it to remain
pliable and excelling tar coating.
Tonedos will not attack timber
runted with it.
Carbolinouiu avemuius docs not
contain acids or poitonous ingredients
in j minus to the fibres of wood.
The following is an extract from
the London "Buildinir World:" "The
directors of the Palatine Unihvays say
of Oarboliiiouin Wenarius: "Two
boards cut from one and the same
piece of pine, one of which for the
sake of exneiimont was painted with
Oiirbolineum Avenarius, and the
other left unpainted, wore buried, and
after a lapse of three years dug up
and examined. The lesult was, that
the wood to which the Carbolineuni
.Vveimi ius bad been applied shewed
no signs of decay, whilst the oilier
with found to bo in a rotting-condi-,
As a wood preservative it has no
For -ale by
Tin: Hawaiian Hakdwaui: Co., Li.,
Fori street, opposite" Spreckels.
A TROvIr SUIT.
An interesting trover case was
heard in the Police Court yesterday.
A native woman named Kailikca
agreed with a certain Akiona that the
former should loan her land to the
latter for the purpose of planting
taro, and the planter would receive
half the proceeds. The latter agreed
and proceeded with the work. But
according to the plaintiff Akiona had
taken advantage of the agreement
and appropriated about 30,000 taro
tops and planted them elsewhere,
thei eby reaping quite a profit. The
plaintiff asked trover for S30. Aki
ona, in his defense, stated that the
patches on the plaintiff's land being
fully occupied he did not think the
tops were of any use. His Honor
reserved his decision till Friday.
THE GILBERT GROUP.
Startling news comes from the Gil
bert Islands, in the Pacific, by the
mission barque John Williams, by
way of Samoa. It seems that just
before tli3 barque visited the group
very severe weather prevailed, during
which there were several tidal up
heavals, the result, doubtless, of
submarine disturbances. Tidal waves
broke high over some of the isjands
of the group, causing great loss of
life and completely demolishing
houses. At one island, alone, the
Rev. J. W. Hills, of the London
Missionary Societ', writes no less
than 80 natives perished. The track
of the tidal waves is not known, but
as the Gilbert Group has suffered so
severely, it is scarcely probable that
other islands have escaped devasta
tion, and fqrther information is an
xiously looked fqr. Sydnej' Tele
TiinUiunswiek are tbeonly Billiaid
i'.nlors in town. 0 If
SuNiumx relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
5th Distr'ct of Honolulu, 1st Preci ict
NOTICE is heieby given that tho In
spectors of said l'lecinct will bold
bix public meetings of two bonis each
day ul the Tramways Co.'s build
ing coiner of Kumchamoha School
grounds, commencing at 7 o'clock in
the evening as follows:
On Jlonduy, Jan. 18. 1802.
On Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1802.
On Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1802.
On Thuisday, Jan. 21, 18'J2.
On Monday, Jan. 2f, 1802.
On Tuesday, Jan. 2(5, 1802.
For tho purpose of collecting the
electoral mil or voting list of the Pre
cinct by adding new names thereto or
striking oil' the names of such votcis
as have died, removed fiom the dis
trict or otlieiwise become disquali
fied fiom voting in the said piccinct.
If necessary adjourned meetings shall
ilso he held at the same place not
later tlian the liQih January, 1802, of
which duo notice will be given at the
By order of the Board of Inspectors,
M, It. OOLBUKN,
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1802. UlOtd
NOTICE Is huioliy given that Mela
Alnpal and John Altipal, her hus
band, having conveied all their Heal
Estate, excepting their Homestead In
.Pallium, to the uinlei signed Iu ti nut, they
no longer bave continl over the same;
ami that all leuts dun the estate must be
paii! to ni'j and tint ' will not be res
ponsible for any debts or obligation:
contracted by either of said parties,
till AS. T GUMOK, Tin-tee
Honolulu Jan. IU, 18'l2. . UK) lit
ITWOM and after this date I will not
j-no lesponslblo for nor pay any
drills or sums of money that may lie iu
euiiml or.co'utr.iele I against bui, unless
by my wiilli'il ouV. ' '
I, II, IIAJfKJriON.
Dated Honolulu, Jan. 1 1, l&'.U.
f- rl I,K "Kl'iaii" H1 ff'H
&&trfe ' fiom Honolulu on Kil
2t&sr&! day, Jim. 'Ju'iid, tun 111 ic
towf to iroinuli Friday, Jan. 2'Jtli, one
day ahead of Fcheihilo time.
W1I,DKH.4 STEAJH11JP CO.
Honolulu, Juh, 12.JB02; ?ljlw
'"PHE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
1 "Tho Pallv Uullciiu," 60 cent
i.'i mumi mimiiiiii'nn,Wim.iiiiiiii
Here is something from Mr. Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lewiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Btnnswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it conies and goes,
nnd are not slow in sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that he has lost a
father and several brothers nndsis
ters from Pulinonnry Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumptlonhis stomach. When
ever he 1ms taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Syiup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen ! " I
use nothing but Boschee's German
Syrup, and have advised, J presume,
more than a hundred difTeient per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the market." , G)
.Ssxii. Qt, 1S93
Reserved Seats, : $1.00
HSf Box Plan open at L. .7. Levey's
on Monday, Jim 18, IS!):.', at 9 a. m.
CANDIDATE FOR MEMBER OF
FOR ROAD BOARD:
11. LI SUM AN,
JAS. F. MOltGAN.
WANTED to lent a f'ot
tnire. central ideation.
hftnnlrh live or six rooms, near tram
way prof erred. Apply to "S," olllc'o of
(Vi: Cottogo to )ei
' l'miehljowl stieut.
quire of L. ADI.EU,
111 Nona mi st. bIioc store.
r"MlE lega'ar minimi nicellm; of the
J Hawaiian l-'nilt ft Tuio Co. wPl bo
be d at their ollice In WailiiUti, Maui, on
KBliMY, Feb. VI, 18!IL at 10 o'clock
A, m V. II. DANIKI.S,
.111 8t Peciciary H. V, & T. Co.
POUND NO HUE.
fl-rOTlOK Is hereby given that
2CXV x the following described
animal will be sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, Jan. 2U, I8!)2, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
I Hay Cow, big whlto spot on belly,
left ear spill in two, brand Iiutlespijb
tible. er Owner of the above animal must
send in bis claim within IU days,
otherwise It will be sold on the date
Noik All persons from Miituinlua to
Moamdua lulcicMud in laiiehlng mo re
quest"d to read the "BuxurilN" and
(JCa l.eo o ka l.nlinl." for the Pound
Notices tirp pot publisln d In any other
ppt'rs. J. KAOAO,
JIouolulu, Jan. IU, lbt2. Sis 2t
m J iww WKiiwyriiiMil
ynrrriij mV m.
i wjpi i Jt'nfi'i'j'm JO um
THE MUTUAL LIFE
ltlOIAKI A. 3icOirjMY.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0L' ARS,
lis New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
t&" For full paitieulars apply to
JS. J-S. KOSK.
'"91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Is Distr'ct f Honolu, 1st Precinct.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Inspectors of said Precinct shall
hold four public meetings of two
hours each day, commencing at 7
o'clock iu the evening as follows:
On Tuesday, Jan. 1!), 1802, and
Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1802, at the Gov
ernment Nursery, Junction of King
and Waikiki sheets.
On Thurrdny, Jan. 21, 1802, at the
Long Branch llnths, Waikiki.
On Friday, Jan. 22, 1802, at tho
Kmuoiliili School House.
For the purpoto of correcting tho
electoral roll or voting list of the Pre
cinct by adding new names thereto,
or striking oh' the names of snob
voters as have died, lemoved from the
l'leeinol, or otlieiwise become dis
qualified from voting in the said Pre
cinct. By order of the Board of Inspectors,
E. I. SPALDING,
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1802.
3rd District of Honolulu 1st Preciuct.
NOITCE is hereby ejven that the
Inspectors of said Precinct Bball
hold four public meetings of two
bonis each day at the Royal School
House, on Emma slicet, commencing
at 7 o'clock in the even ng, as follows:
On Mondav, Jan. 18, 1802.
On 'IhuiMlnv, Jan. 21, 1802.
On Saturdav, Jan. 23, 1802.
On Tuesday, Jan. 20, 1802.
For tho purpos-o of eonccting the
electoral roll or voting list of the
Precinct by adding now name." there
to or striking oflF the names of such
voters as have died, removed from the
Precinct or otherwise become disquali
fied from voting in the said Precinct.
If necessary, adjourned meetings
i-li ill also be held at the same place
not later than the 28th iust., of which
due notice will be given at. the last
By older of the Boaid of Inspec
tors. W. C. SPKOULL,
Honolulu, 11th Jan., 1802.
3rd District of Honolulu, 2nd Precinct.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Inspectors of the M District of
Honolulu, 2d Piccinct, will hold meet
ings at the Tax Assessm's Ollice, iq
the Kapuaiwa Building, Queen street,
on the following dates :
Widnesday, Jan. 20, 1802, from 4
to 7 o'clock p. M
Satuidiiy, Jan. 23, 180,3, froqi -l to
7 o'clock p. J).
Wednesday, Jan. 27, 1892, from 4.
to 7 o'clock p. m.
Saturday, Jan 30, 1802, from 4 to
7 o'clock p. si.
F.ir the purpose of correcting the
electoral roll or voting list of the
above named Prusinct by adding new
names thereto, or striking oil" tho
names of such voters as have died,
removed, or otherwise beeomp dis
qualified fiom voting in said Piccinct.
T. O. POUTER,
K. KULIA, , -Inspectors
Has it oyer occurred to
you what a desirable and
acceptable present a pic
ture makes? Tf not lend
us your ear for a nipnient
until wo explain. In the
first place everyone en
joys looking at a pretty
picture ; it not only serves
to beautify the homq, m
appeals to one's better
feelings and forms excel
lent food for thought,
wiiieh nothing else pan
give, and if the subject
be well chosen, stjrves as
a silent lecturer for good.
One need nofqQnfinc luin
self to any particular
style as the assortment of
both styles and subjects
is unlimited and almost
jjny fancy can lie grati
fied.' ' '
A picture has tho pecu
liar power of stamping its
image upon the 'iuinds of
all who may see it, and in
many cases leaves a life
When making your
rounds of shopping drop
iu at King Bros,, on Ho
tel street, and see what
they have to offer in this
line, il lor no other pur
pose than to enjoy what
js t.Q he seen.
NOTICE of MEETING.
QTOOICIIOLDEU.S in Hawaiian AgiU
O eiilluial Company will take notice
Unit llie annual uice'iiigot the Pomiiunv
will bu held at the ollice of C. Hi ewer &
Co , Queen stieet, on TI1UKSD Y, Jan.
21st next, at 10 o'clock a. m.
J. O. OAlt'TEB.
Secretary II, A. Co, .
JIouolulu, Jan. 0, 18U2. UJ-i lit
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Remember the Little Folks !
Suitable and useful, for Infants and Chlldicn, at
N. S. SACHS',
, 1 04 Fort Street, - - Honoulu.
Children's Embroid. Cashmere Cloaks,
'Children's Fine T.neo & Embroidery I)rescs,
Sash Ribbons & Surah Sashes In nil Colors,
Uhlldien's Parasols, Children's Fans.
Ulilkbcn's Toilet Sets, Toy Music Boxes,
Wnrioy Cpi Ac feSntMjer'H in. IBoxes,
Infants' Long Embroidered Cu'dimoro Capes,
Infants' Fine Embroidered Kobcs it Long Dresses,
Infants' California Crib Embroidered Klaukcts,
Infants' Embroldeied Flnnii"l Shawls,
Infants' Luce Bonnets & Embroidered Silk Caps.
A CIIOlCi: ASSORTMENT OK
Cliild n'w K"iiie- Trimmed HatH,
Children's Velvet Caps, Toboggan Caps, Silk Skull Caps, Eto.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
The P-acifle Hardware Co., Fort street, Honolulu, beg to announce that
thoy have opened their ART ROOMS on the second lloor of their Wciv
Building, where they have on Exhibition, Articles suitable for CHRIST
MAS PRESENTS, comprising examples of the following Wares: Limoges,
Boston, Rose Dubarry, Newport, Ivory, Queen, Bisque, Royal Windsor,.
Royal Worcester, Royal' Devon, Royal Hungarian, Tulip, Orchid, Bohem
ian, Etc., Etc. A choico selection of Silver Plated Ware.
They have Just Received a tine line of the Latest Patterns of PIC
TURE MOULDINGS, Mirrors, Engiavings, Etchings, Photogravures,
Pastels, Autotypes, Etc., Etc., of the Latest publications; Easels in wooil
and bamboo; Tables, Chandeliers, Hanging, Piano and Banquet Lamps,
Statuettes, und many Articles too numerous to mention.
OIL PAINTINGS by local Artists Mrs. Wells, Messrs. Barnflcld,
Hitchcock, Mrs. Paulis, and others.
C6yAs soon as Shelving on the first floor is completed they will open a
L.ine of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Agate, Japanned and Tin Ware.
They trust their fiiends will appreciate the disappointment they have
experienced in not being able to have their Store fitted completely at ca
earlier date and the fact that their entrance is so unattractive as to afford
little inducement to visit the second floor.
A VISIT to their Ait Rooms will, they trust, be repaid..
Soliciting a continuance of the patronage they have so-liberally en
joyed in the past, they will spare no pains, to fill all orders with care and
BENgON, SMITH & CO.,
Ii:t-U5 Fort Street. Honolulu, II. I.
ARE NVW TITE
New end Fresh lot
Large Size, ,.
STYLES OF AJlCfilTEC-rpREy.
EuBthike, Queen Anne, KcuuiHsauue, Gothic, Italian, Olasslc, Norman,
IN STONE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD.
Best Modern Designs In Residences! Cheap Artis'lc Collages a Specialty!
Complete plana and upeellleatlona given 5 also superintendence of construction.
tST OmCE-Cbilton Block, cor. King & Fort. Entrance on Fort Bt
OF NEW YORK.
Just Received from the
35 Cents aBottlo,
GO, Cents a Bottle,
$4.00 per Dozen,
$7.00 per Dozen.