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' f ,4.
Tondors for Purclmso of Hnwallan
Notion Is hereby given tlml uhtlcr mlllio
rlty of Chapter H-f, Session Liws of IS.S.s,
"An Act to givo ifieiiti'r sieurity to Dunn
.sltor.s In tlio HiUMiiiuti l'oslnl Kuvinu
Hunk," tlio l'ostiimstor-CU'iicnil oilers for
sain fiiO.UOO of Con non Itomlsof tlio Huwili
iim (loveriiniont, "licit hotul.s to bo issued
in tlio dciioiiiiuiitioti of Otiu 'riioiisiuul Dol
lars each, rcdeeninblo in not less than llvo
years nor ntoru than twenty years, with
Interest at six iicr cent, per aniuiin, imyu
blo Hcini-uniiuulty, 'irluci'ml anil Intcrust
liayallle in U. S. gold coin, the bonds to
o.xpruss on thoir face that they are issued
us security for tho 1'ostal Savings llauk
Tenders for tho purchaso of tho whole or
any part of said bonds will bo received nt
thu ollico of tho Hegistrar of I'ublic Ac
euitntH, Vinaiice Department, up to 12
o'clock on THU USD AY, tho 1st day of
Tho I'ostmaster-nencral does not bind
himself to accept any tender, or the whole
of unv tender.
WALTI'I' HI 1.1.,
Dated August I!'.', IS!).'.
II. A. WlllKMASN,
Minister of 1'iimmv.
Minister of Foieign All'iiirs.
C. X. SrKNcnj,
Minister of Interior.
H. A. WlllKMANN,
Attornoj-CIunoral nil interim.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening the
Channel at tho entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will be in operation night
At night there will he n Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can lie
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The- Signal consists
of 3 Ked lights and a
Into light as in
the diagram tho red
lights being about 3
feet apart, with the
white light in the ( t j
center. ' ,,,,
All steamers cro-s-ing
the liar will i-top
at a safe distance from the Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast fioni the
Dredger, to bo followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the parage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to u:-sist sailing craft in pass
ing the uredgcr when neuu-.i-nrj-.
U. X. Sl'KNCKH,
Mini-ter of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, .March 0, Isli.'.
Her Majesty the Queen will hold an Olli
eial Keception at Iolani I'.ilnee on Pltl
DAY, tho liil of September, from 11 o'clock
a. m. to VI o'clock noon.
Tho order of tho I're-ontation ntfoiut
for that day will bo as follows:
At 11 A. M. Thu Chancellor of the King
dom, Her Majesty's Minister, the I'resi
dent'of the Legislative Assembly and tho
Justices or the Supreme Court.
At 11:10 a. m. Thu Nobles and Itcpre
sentatives of tlio Legislative As-embly anil
the is. embers of tho l'rivy Council of State.
At 11:20 a. M. Government filllcials.
At 11:10 A. M. Captain Gilbert C. Wiltse
and the Oillcurs of the U. S. S. Denton.
At 11:15 a. m. The Consular Corps.
At 11:55 A. v. The Diplomatic Itcpro
sentatives accredited to the Court of Ha
waii. Thu ladies will bo preM'iitcd to Hie (Jueen
immediately after each olllcial presenta
tion. "Pull Dress" will bo tho drc.-s to bo worn
on this occasion,
JAMKS W. HOHKHTSON,
C'liumberlaiii of thu Itoyal Hbiisuhold.
loluni l'alaco, August '.t), 11).'.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to thu drouth and the scaiojty
of water in tho Government ltescrvohs,
the Hours for using water for Iriiga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to (I o'clock r. m,, until further notice.
JOHN 0. WJIITK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
(!. X. Sl'KNCl'K,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, II, I., Aug. 5, 180.',
it has pleased Hor Mujosty tho Queen to
Attorney-Genoral, vice His P.xoollomiy
Hon. H, A. Widomumi, Attoniey.Gunoral
lohuil Palaco, August L'O, lhii.'.
PHIDAY, tho 2d day of September,
being the Anniversary of the llirth of Her
Majesty the Queen, will bo observed as a
Xational Holiday, and all Government
Olllces throughout thu Kingdom will bo
closed on that day.
0. X. Sl'KNOKH,
Minister of tho luiuiior.
Interior Ollico, Aug. 'J3, 18!).',
Mil, DAVID XAONM has this day been
appointed u Member of thu Itoad Hoard
for the Taxation District of Koohmloa,
Oahu, for the unexpired term iiiudo vacant
by thu resignation of I lev. 8, luipu.
0. X. SPDNOKII,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior Ollico, Aug. 10, lfe'Ji. 500-31
Chan-jo of Iilconsod Htxek Stand.
Uj vitliiiMif llio nulliorlty vcM-mI In mo
liy "An Act to Uijruliti tlio Cnrrj Iiik of
l'lisweiiRiTK nnd Kiolcht, mid Lctiitii to
lllro of rurrlnKPX. WiiKOtit, C'nrti, limy
niul otlior Wliloli's In tlio District of Hono
lulu, I ilo licrcliy Ivi' notice of tlio follow
ing clmiigc of Muck Stmul known ni No. A.
No. f Prom luiitllxil "iilc of Hotel street,
corner of Union street to cast sUleof Union
street nmnkii of Hotel street.
('. X. KITA'CUi:,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, AugiM :tt. lstu. ftll-ilt
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
t'lnljird lo nrilhrr Srrl nor ltrty,
Hut HKlnblhlietl for the lirnrfil of All.
WEDNESDAY, AUO. 111. 1S112.
Tlu figuro-. pHvonlt'il by llio Mar
shal in his Idler in this i-3tio an a
telling reply to (ho unsupported as
sertions of that ollieial's enemies.
Douglas ami Bloom deceived a
good many people besides tho Mar
shal, not exclusive of prominent pil
lars of the ehureh. The strangers
were taken for capitalists of an
eccentric turn, who might be enlist
ed for the development of the coun-
Tlio Advertiser would not have
brandished Mr. Neumann's scalp
with such savage glee, surely, had it
known that a leader of its own ad
vertised party had, in canvassing for
votes against (he Ministry, promised
members (hat Mr. Parker and Mr.
Noiiiiinini would lcturn (o ollico in
the succeeding Cabinet.
Nothing seems to givo journals of
tho Advertiser stamp more delight
than the opportunity of striking a
fallen opponent. If (hat paper has
not an opportunity of doing so it
makes one, as it has in (he state
ment (hat Air. Parker seal his resig
nation (o the Queen before dinner,
so as (o avoid (he oiled of dismissal
by (he Legislature.
THE' CABINET'S DEFEAT.
By a sudden combination of hos
tile factions in the Legislature, (ho
Ministr3' was defeated last night by
the adoption of a resolution of want
of confidence, on a vote of Ml for
and 10 again.st. AH hough most of
(ho debating power of tho Iloiu-o
was on the side of (he re.-olution, it
was really a weak array of reasoning
that was presented as justification
for upsetting tho Government.
There wa not a thing alleged
against tlio record of tho Cabinet
which had not boon alleged with
equal force against previous Cabi
nets whilo they had (he support of
those who pressed this non-con-fidenco
resolution (o tho end. Much
of tho criticism of the Ministry for
inaction and lack of responsibility
was greatly exaggerated, and oven
tho bitter partisan opponents of the
Ministers, individually and collec
tively, would (hid it hard (o prove
their assort ions either from (ho re
cord of these Ministers or by com
parison (hereof i.ith that of former
Ministrii's. Tno Ministers had ori
ginated and conducted tho most
practical legislation of (ho session.
It was not their weakness of leader
ship, hut (he continuous succession
of futile ell'oi'is to pick holes in (heir
administiaiiun, which has wasted
fimo to (ho prolongation of the ses
sion. The assert ions about scandal
in the Mais-hat's ollico aro only (ho
counlerpaiin of similar assertions
cum :;t under (ho regime of ovory
Attonu'j'-Goiinral for (on years.
There is a difference between asser
tion and proof which intelligent
legislators should know, ignorant
ones bo (aught, and dishonest ones
compelled to lecognizo.
However, (hero is no uso in dis
cussing (he action of tho Legislature
now. A majority of tho House was
against the Ministry from tho Mart,
as Mr. Wideiiianii pointed out in his
speech, bui tho majority being
divided into fact ions could not make
a division of tho ollices with har
mony. Therefore they could not
agree on (ho time to strike until
some members of (ho parly that
fought fiercely to got Mr, Neumann
elected as a Noble wanted to knife
that gentleman for taking ollico as a
Minister without asking thoir leave.
Tho divulgence of (his personal and
perhaps envious resent liiout on tho
part of National Reformers gave (ho
cuo for action to (ho more ancient
enemies of (ho Ministers ami (hit
lion and the lamb and (ho leopard
lying down logothor aro.so to slay
tho rest, of tho political creation.
Having olleoled thoir purpose (hoy
aro presumably all satisfied and will
unite happily over whatever Cabinet
may bo constructed from tho diver
gent elements of thoir combination.
There ought to bo material for a
prosontablo Cabinet among ( ho many
known aspirants for places who
voted tho Parker .Ministry out. Only
let us hope thoy will bo more gene
rously and justly deall with than
(heir predecessors, and never havo
(ho sad experience of having to
count (hoir fotw amo'ugnt thonioin
bors of thoir own household.
I.ottor from tlio Marshal.
As it has been constantly charged
by the Advertiser that tho police
assist gamblers and aro in lenguo
with them, and that gambling in
Honolulu goes on wholly unchecked
by myself, (ho following figures havo
been compiled from (ho olllcinl re
cords of the Police Court for tho
past four years. Thoy show first
that instead of being carried on un
checked gambling has never been
before held so much in check 1)3 tho
police nor returned so much in
penalties to tho Government. Tho
same is true in regard (o all other
departments of police work, as can
be seen from the otlleial records and
the compiled, tables therefrom in
serted in tho report oT the Attorney
General to the Legislature. Tlio
following figures, however, will
speak for themselves. Tho first
figures show the arrests, etc., for
gambling alone which took place
between April 1st, 1888, and March
10, 181)1, the day on which f received
my commission a periotl of three
years all but twenty days, during
the greater part of which tho Adver
tiser's friends woio in power. Tho
other figures show tho -work done in
the same line for one year and 20
days, being the period which elapsed
between my accession to ollico and
March Hist, 18!)2, tho close of tho
Tho number of persons arrested
from April 1, 18S8, to March 10, 1801,
was 171, of whom 128 were convicted;
and of these 2(5 appealed to tho
Supremo Court. The amount of
fines and costs imposed in all of
these cases was $2U l.IK), of which
S928.55 was paid and lit of the offen
ders went to prison to work out
their lines during those three years.
During tho following year, from
March 10,1801, to Ml arch III, JS02
tho presold Marshal had 150 persons
arrested, of whom fi2 were convicted;
and of these 117 appealed (o (ho
Supreme Court. Tho amount of
lines and costs imposed in all of
these cases was .'?l.'J,81(i.l8, of which
5777.00 was paid in (ho Police Court
and $18:17 after hearing of appeal by
the Supremo Court, audit) of the
offenders went to prison to work out.
their fines amounting to over $i()(X
during that one year.
Comment by mo on the above
showing will seem, I think, abso
lutely superfluous to any unpre
judiced person, and if any further
statements aro required 1 am fully
prepared to make them, as I have
nothing to conceal or (o bo ashamed
of in my management of tho Police
Department, and T only desire the
fullest publicity to Do given to all
charges and their refutations.
Char. B. Wilson-,
Marshal of tho Kingdom.
When the United States proscrib
ed paupor immigration it set an ex
ample that should have gone travel
ling around tho world. Many coun
tries oiler noa ttraclions to paupers,
but this little particular Hawaiian
Kingdom allbids a rofugo for tho
pauper of every class. We aro 2,100
miles 'away from a telegraph and at
the same (iine aro (he Mugby Junc
tion of the Pacific. This situation
renders us tho haven of all blacklegs
of America, Canada, Australia and
tho islands of tho China sea. Tho
Won't-works, the Sons of Best and
tlio Beach-combers coniu horo for
recreation and pastime and swindle
local landlords to tho best of their
ability. Would it not bo well for
our Legislature to pass a law to pro
hibit pauper immigration?
Honolulu, August III), 1802.
B. W. Wilcox seems bent on dis
gusting all decent pooplo in this
community. His personal references
to the Queen in his speech of yester
day aro the best evidences of tho ab
sence of all decency in his composi
tion. Who and what is he, that ho
of all men in tho House should
preach morality? His ingratitude
is shown in tho fact that ho is to-day
a free man through tho clemency of
(ho very Ministers whom ho so bit
terly denounced. As to tho Marshal
that official treated J. W. Wilcox
courteously and fed him and his fol
low prisoners in first-class stylo, and
what does Mr. Wilson got in return?
Hand, J'rof. II, lionror. lcador, will
Kivo a ooncorl this ovoniii,' at
Thomas Squaro coiiiinonoiiiyat 7:!K)
o'olouk. Followint,' s tho program:
Murcli Thu Dudes . . ,
Overturn Calif of lliimlml . .
Aiiiuntii -HiiriiriMi Hymiilumy
Huli'ctloii -lloliuiiilua (lid
Jlonu .Ao Nul. Wal .MiiiMiim.
Moilloy lllui'k HrigiiiUi lliiycr
rulku--Ainni'dr .. Ooilfmv
Waltz Jubilant ..... Fnlirliach
Mamli I'ui'uii l.iliiiukalaiii. lliTgur
Suiilnini roliovod at ouco by Cu
iiuiubor Tonio, HyiiKon, Suiilli it Co.,
Killed In tho States.
There is one consideration about
the Lottery Bill which may be con
clusive with those who need such
a guide to a sound decision on thai
subject. That is, the inevitable atti
tude of tho United States in the
After a prolonged and deadly
struggle of three years, the lottery
has been dislodged from Louisiana,
its last lurking place in the Ameri
can Union. Tho whole country
echoed with the conflict, and zealous
ly aided in the epulsion oT the
loathsome reptile. Is it likely that
it will bo permitted to find a refuge
in Hawaii in order (o further molest
and plunder tho Union from its den
in tho neighborhood? It is of course
tho expectation of the lottery to
make its profit by sale of tickets in
the United Slates. This would bring
us nt onco into conflict with the
Union, which would sit down hard
upon us, just as it would if we wore
to turn loose our unfortunate lepers
to infect tho Pacific.
Tho great bribe now offered us lo
harbor this outlawed creature, is (he
measure of its despairing distress,
and also the measure of tho infamy
that would rosl upon us if we sold
our honor and deceucv for such a
price, or for any price. I know Hawaii
too well to doubt that we shall an
swer this indecent and insulting
proposition with a sharp and igno
minious denial without wailing for
America to teach us our duty.
S. K. Bisuor.
Saved a Woman's Life.
Mr. J. E. Thoroiighgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhosa Bein
edy saved tho life of Mrs. .lane
Thomas, of this place." He also
stiites that several other very bad
cases of bowel complaint there have
been cured by this remedy. Kor
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
An Expectant Youth.
Scadds (pore) Has this lover of
yours any fortune?
Amy Scadds No, pa; but ho has
"Of what nature?"
"He expects to marry my fathei's
G. IRWIN & CO.
OFFHR roi: HALF.
Al.VA". mil-- .1 him.'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
We are al.so prc'iuri'il to take onion, for
"Messrs. "tsT. OlilELiicit Sc Co.'s
In-uriiiK iroiii'it ilrlivory.
fff- This is a superior I'.iiut Oil, riin
siimint' lens iiiincnt than LIuei-il Oil, ami
"ivint,' a lasting lirilliaiu-y to colors.
Um'iI with driers it gives a splnul'd Hour
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beef
I'.MIAKKINi: I'HNI' CO.'h
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam PIpo Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
F.specially designed for Vaeuinii Fans,
WKTHK UNDKHHIONKD (lltOOKHS
beg to notify their friends that
their Stores will bo elo-id on September
2d, tho Queen's Hlrtbday:
11. .MAY.V CO.,
11. K. -MelNTYHKA- I1H0..
Honolulu, Aug. .11, lh!-'. 5U-2I
ALL ACCOUNTS AOAINSTTllKCItl
teriou Saloon must be iiieseuted at
Honolulu, Aug. Ilo, lh!)j.
7 WILL PAY NO DKHTS NOlt 111! ItKS
X jionsible for any goods piiri'lmsed in
my name unless sueli dehls or goods aro
iiiitliuried by me in writing.
.1. II. HAItlMSON.
Honolulu, Aug. 211, 1MI2. TiOlMt
Hki.i. Tki.. 1111. -l--Ml!Tiii.Ti:i,. 81.
W Hi:hiiii;ki'k Hki.i, Tin.. 'Ml. -ji
"tllAULKS LKONAHD HKC1S TO 1N
J foim his friends and the pulijiii thai
he has opened tho Carriage Stand, eoruer
of Niiii.inu and Kingstreels, to hoealled thu
"I. X. L. CAUniAGE COMPANY,"
where Speelal Hates will bo iiiaile for Tou
rist and l'ieuie Pai ties to all places of in
terest ; iiho Careful Drivers provided for Lu
ll leu falling or shopping. Tlio undersigned
bonus by stilet attention to busines-s lo
gain custom and favor by all.
CarriaL'ofiiriiMinl at all hours, ilnv
or mglit, also Hiigguge i;.piiis.
ForTkroat and Lungs
' ' I have been ill for
HomorrhagQ " about five years,
"have had the best
FitfoYoar3. "medical advice,
"and I took the first
" dose in sonic doubt. This result
ed in a few hours easy sleep. There
" was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when Iliad a slight attack
" which stopped almost iimncdiatc
"ly. By the third day all trace of
" blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bedaud ate
"my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
"am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex
' ' pected and my recovery has been
"a great surprise to my friends and
"the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
"as I had an attack just previous to
"its use. The only relief was after
"the first dose." J.R. LotiomtiiAD,
Adelaide. Australia. O
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, L'd.
ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 2d,
(WltS W'11,1, ltUN
Every IS Mirru-tes
Between Palama and Walkikl.
Prom Itiri.i: ltAXRi: (l'nwim) fo- 1W-
h.V.MA: l'rom ll:0S a. m. to S::ss v. i.
From l'AIAMA for WAIICIKI: From
ll:17 A. M. to 7-:17 l M.
Krom l'Al.AMA. for lill'M.K 11ANUH(1i-
wiiii) only: Until !):17 i m.
From WAll'lKI for l'Al.AMA: From
10:17 a. m. tn.s:17 v. t.
&- l!i'fm-o niul after thr-e hour i
llomlv as iimiuI. fill-'Jt
PROGRAMME ol RACES
To Coaiuience alioul 3 P. M.
lml-YAi:i)S It 11 NX l NO HACK FOlt
HOYS under 15 (liiiiMlicii'ipuil); open
1-1 l'ri.o Suit of Clothes, given by
Davit's A: Co.; -d Prize Fair of .Shoes,
given hv Thu .Man'f'g rilioo Co.; ."d Prize
1 do.. 1'hotos, given by Suvuriii A: Holster.
100 YA1SDS UlTNNINO HACK (liandi
eapped), for ehildren of members only.
1st Prii'o Wnteh Chain; 2d Prize llan
gie Pin; .'Id Prize Seart Pin; 1th Prize
POTATO HACK, JSoys under l.'i, open for
1st Prize Suit of Clothes, given by M.
Ooldberg: -M Prie Toilet fciet, given bv
(uiiped); open for ill
(lirls under l.r
1st Prie-fbild ltrea-t Pin; 2d Prize
Tiger I'je Ilraeelet: ;iil Prize Fan,
lOn-YAItDS F.nC, AND SPOON RACK
(hanilieappeif); Hoys under 10.
l-t Tiizo Suit of Clothes, given by Kgan
t (liinn: 2d Prize Toilet Set, given by
Henson, Smith it Co.; lid Prize Poeket
Knife, given by K. 0. Hall .V Son.
T.I-YAltDS l'CiO AND SPOON HACK,
lirls under in, ehildieu of members
1st Prie-fiold Hresixt 1'iii; 2d Prize
Tiger Kye Hraeelet; '!d Prize Fan.
for Oiils under 115, open
1st Prize Silver Hraeelet;
Tiger Kye; !id Prize Fan.
Hartford Tire Insurance) Co.,
Loudon & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersoy Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
Genoral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Mcuxru. Kimj Itma.urr xhowiinj ufino
line of Ildmbod tt nd other stylr J'urlo'r
J''((hi'ln, M'utl llrm-hvls, uml Window
C'oniUm, ul J'riccn to uirel the timrs.
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New
SI'KCIAI, DISPLAY OF
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Pine Ware.
nSTew Rugs ELiici Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
Cummins' Blook, Port Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
jT LMCTUR13 FRAMING IN
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
5 I Cylinder
Temple of Fashion
COltXISH OP FOHT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"W J-ust K,ooeivcl
3STe-w- Dress Goods,
IiLciies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH Sc OO.
JST-v Goods ! 3STe-w- Goods !
I'ONdKl' DHAl'KHlKt'l'OHTIIMtLf'-l'INKAl'l'LK TIBSUK-SA'ITKKNS
-WH1TK DHKISH (iOODH IN OHKOKB AND STJUl'KB.
JAI'ANKBH CO II DUD OHKl'K.
Ladies', Childrens1 and Infants' Wear
IN (Ilir.AT YAHll'TV AT LOW 1'UIOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batlaixig; Suits in Cotton and. Wool
I'OH LA 1H KB, (IKN'l'S, AND OHILDUKN.
OLl 3ST3D SEE OTTJR. NEW C3-OO0DS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark,
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St,
VIES & CO.
Goods, ex Benmore,
ALL ITS BRANCHES
Ice Cream Freezers !
& Barrel Churns.
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