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It has plea&cd Her Majesty llio
(jueeti to npiioiuL
HON. JOHN T. BAKKIi
to be Her Governor for the Island of
It liiis pleaded Her Maieetv
Queen te appoint
HON. W. H. HICK
to be Her Governor for the Islands of
Kauai ami Niilmu.
, lolnni' l'alaue, Feb. 8, 1802.
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It lias pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint His Excellency
HON. J. MOTT SMITH,
to be Her Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary near the
l'lcsidcut of the United Slates of
It lias pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint His Excellency
HON. Jl. A. W1DEMANN,
to bo Commissioner of Ciown Lauds,
in the place of His Excellency Hon.
J. Mott Smith, resigned. The Board
now consists of His Excellency Hon.
S. Parker, His Excellency Hon. II. A.
Wideniann and Col. C. 1. Iaukea,
with Col. C. 1'. Iaukea as agent.
It has pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint
JOHN F. COLBURN, ESQ.,
as a member of the Boaid of Health
- in the place of Hon. John Ena, re
signed. The Board now consists of
1). Dayton, 1'iesident, His. Excellency
Hon. S. Parker, .1. O. Carter, Et-q.,
Hon. J. T. Wateihou&e, Jr., and John
P. Colburn, Etq.
JoLini Palace, Feb. G, 185)2.
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Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the hours for using water for
irrigation purposes are from G to 8
o'clock a. ji., and -1 to G o'clock p. m.
until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu A nter Works.
C. N. SrENCEU,
Minister of the Interior.
MONDAY, FEB. 8, 1892.
LATER FROM HAWAII.
Further election returns have been
received from Hawaii by the steamers
Hawaii and Iwalani. The Noble
vote lacks figures from one Kona pre
cinct, Kau and Puna. oung and
Marsden (K.) and Iloapili (L.) are
probably elected. Kahookano has
been defeated by the Liberal candi
date in Kobala. Below arc the re
turns so far as received:
N0IU.i:s (SIX YEAHh).
Alex. Young (Jt.) 2fi0
.7. Marsden (U-) 277
S. Kekuewa (L.) , 220
Iloapili ().. .
Ryeroft (.11.) "... 180
Na'wahi (I,.), elected ,...,, ,232
II. West (L.) 33
U"u CfO 80
Jvoahou (I.), elected U?
Mosstnan (L.) 32
A. Horner (It.), elected 79
Hoakimoa (I.) -15
. Jas..Mattoon (L.) 78
Paa'kiki (L.) 188
Kaunamauo (I.), elected 213
Kahookano (R) , 1U
Kamauoha (L) 257
Kamauoha's majoiity, 113.
Kapahti (L) 180
Kapahu's majority, 12.
One correspondent says A. Hor
ner and James Mnttoon are a tio
with 79 votes apiece.
The Central Hilo Head Board is
A. B, Loebenstcin, J. T. Baker and
J. T. Unea.
THERE IS NONE BETTEfl.
. Dr. R. L. St. John of Ilowland.
Putnam county, Missouri, takes es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be
causo he knows it to bo reliable JIo
lias used it in his practice for several
.years, and says thero is none better.
It is especially valuable forcoUU and
lis ia preventive and cure for croup.
fl'Mv most excellent medicine Is for
Bale by all dealers. Benson. Smith
& Co,, agents.
She Makes an Abject Apology
to the United States.
6'tui FnmchicOi Jmiuury 28lh, per
Burkentbie W. H. JJimontl.
The fitst reports of Chile's having
made an apology were meager and
not altogether satisfactory. Fullei
despatches received later have made
an impression in Washington that
danger of war is over. Chairman
Blount of the House Committee on
Foreign Relations, in speaking of
Chile's latest despatch, said: "The
whole matter is settled, and nothing
but the preliminaries remain to be ar
ranged. The apology made by Chile
is as complete as it could possibly go.
It speaks witli profound regret of the
attack on the Baltimore's sailors. It
declares a sincere feeling of friend
ship for the United States and a pro
found respect for our flag and uni
form. They speak feelingly of the
presence of the American men-of-war
in their ports during the revolu
tion, and of the friendly attitude of
our ofilccrs and men at that time."
Further, Blount said the Chileans are
willing to leave the matter of repar
ation to the United States Supreme
Court. The despatch covered six or
seven pages of foolscap.
Pending the publication of the
Government's despatch to the Wash
ington Government, there is great
excitement in Chile. The younger
patriotic people, whose sentiment is
that of a large element, talk in favor
of a resort to arms ratbpr than sub
mission to the United States. Naval
men, referring to the possibility of
being called on to salute the Ameri
can Hag, say they would see the
Chilean lleet sunk before they
would salute the flag of the United
States. Malta's populaiity, it is
said, will uot be decreased on ac
count of his offensive note which
stirred up warlike feeling in the
United Stales. While the Govern
ment was deliberating on the precise
language to be used in its apologetic
note, a committee of leading citizens
were making active preparations to
honor Matta with a grand banquet.
Peruvian public opinion is on the
side of the United States, and officers
of the army and navy would eagerly
enlist in hostilities against their old
The sentiment on the Isthmus of
Panama has been offensively against
the United States. Survivors of the
Preslan rebellion openly denounce
the Americans and advocate the co
operation of all the South American
republics in defense of Chile in case
of hostilities. The papers, excepting
the Star-and-IIerald, support Chile's
The New York Assembly has re
pealed that portion of the law exclud
ing reporters from electrical execu
tions. Mitchell and Corbett will not fight
Harold M. Sewall, Consul-General
of the United States at Samoa, has
arrived in San Francisco on his way
back to his station.
Matters in the famine-stricken dis
tricts of Russia are growing worse.
U. S. Minister Reid is ill with in
fluenza in Paris.
Owing to riotous strikes the mines
at Bilboa, Spain, are shut down,
throwing 10,000 miners out of .em
ployment. The madness of King Otto of Ba
varia has increased.
Spurgeon has issued a circular to
the phurcbes, calling for a day of
special prayer for the abatement of
the scourge of influenza.
Li Hung Chang, viceroy (of China,
is low with influenza.
An Arctic relief expedition is to
be sent for Lieutenant Peary and
A report op the Hawaiian cable
survey has been mudp by the foreign
committee in tue .-senate ip sucf jieuco
to a resolution.
There are ten cases of small-pox!
among the 511 Chinese and Japanese
passengers quarantined at Angel
Island, San Francisco, who arrived
by the Rio Janeiro. One of the
European passeugers writes to the
Chronicle complaining that the sta
tion is over crowded, and that the
Europeans are forced to stay with
the Chinese and Japanese.
Capt. Cullioott of the condemned
bark Malay, who arrived at San
Francisco fiom Tahiti by the bark
entine City of Papeete, reports tlio
yacht Beagle there, "pouglas and
Bloom" alius Bell and Davis were
flush of money, paying him a high
price for a set of South American
churls. They entertained the British
Consul on board. Their furniture
bought and used in Honolulu was
still packed, and they stuck closely
to their vessel. They said they had
cashed a draft in Honolulu, and their
rcabon for leaving was they were
tired of tlio pluce,
The Democratic Nulional Conven
tion will meet in Chicago June 2).
For Mouldings, Frames,
Pastols, Artotypes, Photo
gravures, Etchings and
everything in the lino of
pictures, go to King Bros.,
i -tiirSrtCW im jjwft i Vl' iSItiJj'tf 1 1 )7hmiTi
t iidliv W iV V trmStHt,
CnniUilnto Mho DeTented lllniHrlt,
Election doy on Kauni passed off
rather quietly all over the island.
The National Reform party elected
their ticket in spite of considerable
doubts provioiu to election.
August Drcier, candidate for No
ble on the Reform ticket, was nt a
great disadvantage throughout the
campaign, owing to his inability to
either read or write English. His
opponent, E. Lindcinann, and forces
made good use of Dreler's defici
encies. Lindemaun, notwithstanding hta
advantage, lost ground by his lack
of consistency during the campaigu.
He had printed a circular letter in
English aud one in Hawaiian, the
contents of which suited, as lie
thought, to each nationality. For a
time he gained ground, but by the
palpable misconstruction aud contra
diction of the two circulars he ruined
what at first wcro fair chances of be
ing elected. The result was he has
been so completely snowed under
that he will fail to And anything no
ble about it.
Wilcox led Kahilina a close con
test for Representative in the liana
h'i District. Had it not been for the
third precinct coming to his rescue
he would not bo the Representative
at the .next Legislature.
Representative Smith received a
handsome majority from the Lihuc
District. AJdna recciyc3 a majority'
from the Waimca District. Had the
convention that met at Lihuc some
weeks ago to make its nominations
better heeded the advice and request
of some, perhaps the result there
would be somewhat different.
The following is a statement of
votes for each candidate :
DKKIKH (K.) L1NDEM ANN (l.)
-- - !Jg-'-UlQZ vugia. . i. T'xc.-.'r s , i "r.i -mst V "-r -.
Hanalei .... I) 10
Kilauca 11 8
Kealia 27 8
Lihuc 37 1-1
Koloa 23 7
Waimca ... 32 12
Totals 139 59
Dreier's majority, 80.
A. S WILCOX (II). KAHILINA (L)
Hanalei 52 74
Kilauea 30 30
Kealia 83 29
Wilcox's innjority, 2G.
SMITH (If.) KinA (L.) MIKA (N.K.)
Lihuc.... 187 41 23
Koloa . . 01 18 53
248 59 70
Smith's majority, 113; plurality
over Mika, 172; over Kiha, 189.
Akina (R) 1GG
Kauai (L) 29
Kalaukoa (I) 102
Akina's majority, 35; plurality over
Kalaukoa, 64 ; over Kauai, 137.
m m m
AN ASTRONOMER TUMBLES.
Editok Bulletin :
If your mild criticism of my
original article had been directed to
the words quoted in your editorial of
Saturday evening, 1 should have fol
lowed the example of the Pali road
am cayed in at 'once. That the three
heavenly bodips shquld appear almost
to touch was such a palpable absurd
ity that at first I felt confident that J
had written no such words. As it is,
I do not repel the soft impeachment,
nut acKnowieagc my error.
F. M. E
HORSFORO'S ACID PHOSPHATE
For luipulri'il Vltality
and weakened energy, is wonderfullv
ftOfc A N Unfurnished Room suit
4ywaK A able for au employrueiifc
MHM ofilco; must be centrally loc
ated. Address "M. A.," this office.
ALL persons are JiQroby cautioned
aghast shootlnj; or trespassing
upon the Reef or Islanu known as tBirU
Island," situate hrlleclu Buy, off Kuha
hin. Kooluunoko, Oahu. All) one fouud
violating this notice will bo prosecuted
,339 2w Mlis. O. STEWARD.
PAIfrttNyS ATTENTION !
ACADEMY 7FBAlZ U JNNCy
Dancing and Physical Culture !
Children from 3 to 10 yonrs every Sat
urday from 2 to 5 p. m. Terms, 83.00 a
month in advance. Adults class hi bull
room dancing every Friday from 8 to
Pupils accepted and information glveu
at the Arion Hull during above time.
Private lessons glveu at any time.
MISS von GERI0HTEN
Piofessor of Dancing.
tSr School opens Friday, Feb. 12,
18U'i. Cull Muti(a Tel. COS. 330 lw
Residence For Sale !
I have been Instructed by Mr. M. Ilyman
to dispose of Ids
Fine ItoHhleiice on King St.
A-t l?rlvu.to mtilo.
tST Ftdl particulars in rogard to prlco
and terms can bo had at my ol))co. u.
tending purchasers wishing to Insncrjt
tlio pio'rty can do so on application b
a'Wlv.' JAS. F. MORGAN,
JOB WORK of all Winds oxeeuted
with neatness at the Daily-Bulletin,
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vntiy Afiiua...Ai I -viA rTii 51 fi
Here is an incident from the South
Mississippi, written in April, 1890,
just after the Grippe had visited that
country. " I am a farmer, one of
those who have to rise early and
work late. At the beginning of last
Winter I was on a trip to the City
of Vicksburg, Miss. .where I gotwcll
drenched in a shower of rain. I
went home and was soon after seized
with a dry, hacking cough. This
grew worse every day, until I had
to seek relief. I consulted Dr. Dixon
who has since died, and he told me
to get a bottle of Boschee's German
Syrup. Meantime my cough grew
worse and worse and then the Grippe
came along and I caught that also
very severely. My condition then
compelled me to do something. I
got two bottles of German Syrup. I
began using them, and before taking
much of the second bottle, I was
entirely clear of the Cough that had
hung to me so long, the Grippe, and
all its bad effects. I felt tip-top and
have felt that way ever since."
PutbrJ.Brials, Jr., Cayuga, Hines
Co., Miss. o
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
TO-MORROW. Fob. Dfch.
AT IO O'CLOCK A. 31 ,
I will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
rooms, Wardrobes, Bureaus,
Pictures & Friinit'3,
Bust of His late Maj. Kalakaua,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
40 Bags New Zealand Oats.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auclioii Sale onto cks
On FRIDAY, Fob. 12th,
AT 18 O'Cf, OUIl NOU.
At my Salesroom, Queen stroot, I will
sell at Public Auction,
10 Shires Inter-Isiand Steam
Nav. Co.'s Stock,
Par Value 9100.
20 Shares Wildei'a Steam
ship Co ,
-.Par Value 8100.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Horses & Carriages!
On FRIDAY, Fob. 12th.
AT ia O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Qiiceu street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction,
1 LARGE EXPRESS WAGON,
1 Small Expt ess Wagon,
1 Family Can I age,
1 TOP BUGGY,
2 Brakes, 2 Kets Harness,
1 Srxn Bay Horses.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Itesiikflee oo Youug SI.
On SATUltDAY, Feb. IStli,
AT l OCI,OCU XOOV,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
soil ut Public Auction,
A Desirable Besjdenoe
Of YbnnR Sroor, at rear of resi
dence of Hud, S. Parker.
The Lot has n fronUao of sp'peton
Young street mid s W foot deep, TJiuru
New Dwelling House
On the T,ot containing Parlor, 3 lied
rooms. JJInlng-iooin, Pauiry, KUchuu.
eto. The grounds am nicely plauted
with Flowers and Slnule Trues. Water
laid on throughout.
t- For further particulars apply to
JVS. F. MOItGW,
jtA f NK Cottago to let on
gSSSSm ' Punchbowl street. ICn
mBmm quire of j,. ADI.EK,
5JU7 tf Vi Nuiianu sr. flioe store.
JMA IJpiSJioc looms, kitchen
A3fl il pH bathrptfini Mttilu
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Slack & Urownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
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Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
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Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,,
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AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furniture !
On WEDNEl-.VY, Fob. 10,
AT 10 O CXjCJUK A. M.,
At tho residence of . F, Lovo, Kinnri
street, above Knma Square, I will sell
at PiUllc Auction
The Entire Houss did Furniture
BLACK HAIR CLOTH SOFA,
Wicker Kockcrs & Chairs,
B. W. Center Tables,
Oak Bedroom Sets,
- Mattrasscs, Mosquito Nets,
B. W. Extension Diulug Tablo,
11. W. Sideboaitl,
Large Koa Book Case,
Books, Kitchen Stove & Utensils,
Lawn Mower, etc., etc.,
And a (lne colleotlon of
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
On TUESDAY, Feb. 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction at the
lion Warehouse of G. W. Macfarlane
& Co., Queen street, tho following
Distrained for non-payment of rent,
fioni tho premises of the Union Iron
Works Co :
1 Hi-inch Latho with chuck, gear
wheels, belts, wrenches, hludy icbt,
fall plate, holder, tinning and bor
1 Einoj-y Whfol with pquntprslnift,
pulleys, hangers, belting, shifter rod
1 Brass Woiker's Lathe with chuck,
slide rest, counter bh.ifts aud pul
leys, hangers, belling, turning and
boring toolc, two dogs, tdiifler rod,
wi eiiclics, lathe centre, lay scinws
aud brass lover.
1 lC-inch Lathe with countershaft and
pulleys, bangerK, chuck, faceplate,
wrenches, study rest, socket wrench,
tool, post, gear wheels, bhifter rod
1 ll-lnoli Lathe witji pounter uluft,
study rest, gear wheels and wrench
es. 1 Drill Prcfcs with baseplato, counter
shaft with pulley, (.hiftcr lod.-belt-ing,
cone, shaft, pulley and fiamo,
bed plate, haiuHo and hungers.
J. 48-inch Lathe with chuck and
alidtf i est", iworrtfijl fijepes, two
clainjiswitli bolts, belting, vyreiiphes,
gear wheols, hovel pinion, hangers,
tool post, oouutor shaft with cono
and pulleys, study rcBt, chuck, slide
rest, boring and turning tools, two
latho centres, ouo pipe centre, one
rest for cutting shafts.
1 Milling Machine with two ban
pp, belting, shifter rod, countor
tJiiift and pulley, wrenches, oil
boxi'H gear hCiicL '
J. Bliapor with two tubles, bed plate,
countershaft mid Jllley, tluee
Imiigors, two sliifting rods, bplling,
ono cential, oo rod, ono gear
wheel, tools, four bed (dates,
1 Grinding Maohino with counter
Bhaft, banger and pulleys, bolting.
2 Cubes Tool.
0A) above are coinplolo and in
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Kxellent accoinmodailon for patients.
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SOME nmlioioup pprton Imving cir
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General Agent for the llnwnllan ImIuikIs.
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- - Hono uiu.
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offer the sorvjoes of our
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v. Itow bas been ii
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i' tjic matter of, baijdjing
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