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Holders of Wntor Privileges, or thoo
paying "Water Unto, lire licreliy notified
that, owing to tlio drouth nnd tho scarcity
of woter in tlio Oovernnient lte'eivolr-t,
tho Hours for using Alitor for Irriga
tion purposes nro fioln 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
nnd 5 to 0 o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Wnter Work?.
0. N. Spknckh,
Ministor of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, 11. 1., Aug. f, 1802.
Owing to tlio drought nnd scarcity of
wnter, tlio residents liiiiuku of Jndd street
nro requested to collect wlint wnter thoy
may requlro for household pnrpoj.es before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Wnter Works.
Honolulu, Sept. II, 1802. 5ir-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
'dfa Hedged to neither Sect nor 1'arty,
"But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 17, 185)2.
Our correspondent, Ralph Tumor's
views on tho futuxo destiny of Amer
ica seem to us to ho too overdrawn,
while much has happened of evil
there lately, tho mass of tho people
have shown their hearts and heads
to bo in tho right placo, and thoy
have also shown not only tho willing
ness but tho power to suppress thoso
Minister Neumann's idea of bring
'ng a caso boforo tho Supremo Court
to test tho Constitutional right of
Ministers to hold their seats on tho
late voto was tho correct one. By
tho Constitution a decision by the
Supreme Court is final and binding
on all parties. Such a course would
have finally settled tho question once
for all. Rep. Ashford apparently
does not want that done.
The Advortisor (editorial) and one
of its correspondents have asserted
that tho band was taken from Queon
Emma Hall to play for tlio torch
light procession complimentary to
tho Ministry. Tho assertion is a
fabrication for purposes of political
capital. Thursday evening is not
tho concert evening at Queon Emma
Hall and tho baud was thorofore not
at that placo nor oxpeeted there.
Such an attempt as this ouo to throw
dust in tlio public oyo is worse than
THE POINT AT ISSUE.
Some niombers of tho present
Legislature took a prominent part
in framing the present Constitution
of the Kingdom. Messrs. Thurston
and Ashford had a hand in it
amongst other.-?. These very mon
wore among tho first to attempt a
violation of their own creation.
During a session of tho Legislature
following tho promulgation of tho
fundamental law tho question of tho
king's right of voto, independent of
Ministerial advico, arose. Tho pre
rogative was intentionally conforred,
after duo deliberation, upon the
Sovereign by tho Constitution mak
ers, unless tho positive statement of
one of their numbor is untrue. And
yot tho gontlemon before namod de
nied tho work of thoir own hands in
tho Legislature and press and before
tho Supreme Court. Now again tho
same gentlemen excitedly contend
for a construction of tho 41st Article
of their own Constitution, contrary
to its evident moaning and contrary
to tho intent of its authors. It was
not intended that a majority of tho
Houso in osso should have tlio power
to oust a Ministry by a vote of want
of confidence that fourteon mem
bers, which is a majority of a quo
rum, should have tho power to un
seat a Cabinet. As to tho evident
moaning of Article 11 it is simply a
question of what a cortain combina
tion of cortain English words signify.
Wo reprint hero tho Article referred
Article 41. Tho Cabinet shall
consist of the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, tho Minister of the Interior,
tho Minister of Finauco, and the
Attorney-General, and thoy shall bo
His Majesty's special advisors in tho
Executive affairs of tho Kingdom;
and they shall bo ex officio members
of His Majesty's Privy Council of
State. Thoy snail bo appointed and
commissioned by tho King and shall
bo removed by him, only upon n voto
of want of confidence passed by a
majority of all the elective members of
the Legislature, or upon conviction ot
felony, and shall bo subject to im
peachmont. No act of tlio King
shall hayo any olTect unless it bo
countersigned by a member of tho
Cabinet, who by that signaturo
makes himself responsible.
Wo havo italicised thos,o portions
about which content ion arises. Mr.
Tliurston in his speech on Tuesday
aftornoon distinctly stated that 25
members are required to make a
majority of all the elective members
of tho Legislature. Ho ought to
havo known, as ho holped to mako
that provision. Yesterday ho stated
ho had sinco considered it and had
changed his opinion. What had
caused him to change his opinion.
Was it tho fact that sinco Tuesday
ho had found his following had
dwindled to loss than twenty-five?
Tho meaning to bo attached to the
words, "a majority of all tho elective
members of the Legislature," entire
ly depends on what is a Constitu
tional Legislature. Section 18 pro
vides that the veto power may bo
over-ridden by a two-thirds voto of
all the elective members of the
Logfalatiuo. That has boon always
hitherto held to require D2 votes or
two-thirds of IS. Section 451 pro
vides (hat a quorum is made by tho
proponco of a majority of all the
niombers of tho Legislature and that
has always been hitherto hold to ro
nuiro 27 members or a majority of
f2, being made up of 48 elective
members and the four Ministers. In
fact in no case, till Mr. Thurston
found himself with loss than tho
majority required by tho Constitu
tion at his back, has any man of
sonso or knowledge of English or
law over doubted that it required 48
olectivo niombers to constitute a
Constitutional Legislature and that
a lnajority of "all tho oloctivo mem
bers" meant a majority of thoso 48.
Articles 41, E8 and GO fix tho number
of elective niombers at 48. Follow
tho opposite contention to its logical
issuo. Lot it, for tho sake of oxam
plo, bo supposed that twenty-ono of
the oloctivo members havo died, re
signed or boon oxpollod. Tho re
mainder form a number moro than
sufficient undor tho rules of tho
Houso to do business if all present.
Thoso form tho Houso in osso, to uso
tho words of Mr. Ashford's resolu
tion as fathered by Mr. Baldwin yes
terday. Does any supposo for a mo
ment that tho Constitution contem
plates that 14 elective members, tho
majority of those loft, should havo
the power to voto out a Ministry bo
foro tho vacancies were filled? And
yet tho coutontiou of Thurston,
Ashford & Co. is that such a major
ity of tho Houso in osso has that
What tho Constitution contem
plates is that a Ministry once ap
pointed cannot bo forced out unless
at least a majority of tho pooplo
should havo lost confidence in thorn
and exhibit that by tho voto of a
majority of their representatives.
And this provision was spocially do
vised to keep tho 1887 Cabinet in
power, perpetually if possible, by
forcing thoir opponents to olect 25
members determined to put them
out. Now that it cuts tho other way
and apiMirently prevents them from
getting into power they seek to
abolish it by altering its meaning.
If thoj' do, as Ministor Neumann
said, thoy will bo sorry for it when
their turn conies, but they will pro
bably then by another chango of
front say that a Supremo Court opin
ion is not a Supremo Court docision
and contend for exactly what to-day
thoy deny tho truth of. Their policy
and principles aro over a policy of
tho minute and tho principle of got
ting into power at any sacrifice.
Root Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. .T. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving uso Cucuinbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cuinbor Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Tho election inspectors of 1st pre
cinct, .'Id district, issuo notice of
meetings for correcting tho electoral
Mechanics' Homo, 55) and Gl Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
An inspector's notice for tho pur
pose of correcting tho electoral vot
ing list of tho third district, first
precinct, appears to-day.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Office hours, i) to 12, 2 to 4,
and evenings G to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 15)7 ; Mutual 082.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Company
in thoir weokly card show tho bono
fit of advertising. Ono week's pub
licity of a cortain article resulted in
tho supply boing sold out. Those
who do not advertise in dull times
aro not quito wise.
Take Good Care of the Children.
If you havo children you will bo
interested in tho experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. Ho says;' "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, bad very severe and clangorous
attacks of bloody llux. Tho doctor
horo was unable, after a week's time,
to chock or roliovo oithor caso. I
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhtea Remedy. Im
provement was seen very soon and
my children arose in a fow days
from what I foared would bo thoir
deathbed. It is n grand, good medi
cine." For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
On Account of Eliza.
Vdvcrtlsor hns got tlio "blues,"
All on account of the Ministry;
Few would llko to be in lliolr shoes,
All on account of the Ministry,
Tliny say annexation Is only vexation,
Contract lftbor'd bnve no toleration,
Though Wo, Us it Co. would prefer more
All on ncvount of tho Ministry.
The Advertiser bus got n soro bend,
All on account of the Ministry;
The cnuse of it nil is, as I have snld,
All on nccountof tho Ministry.
They hnvo tried by nil menus to got in n
lint ns you will see they woro not In it;
So, shiver my timbers, don't so much ven
All on account of the Ministry.
Kew politicians hnvo been on the street,
All on nccouul of tho Ministry;
They hnvo blood In their oyos wlion vou do
All on account of tho Ministry.
So look up, Advertiser, don't so loud snort,
Tho Ministry's composed of tho tall and
And, why, should thoy not be your sort,
We'll 'nvo another Ministry malwpe.
"A Riflo Ball and. a Christmas Box."
".4 the battle of Gettysburg a rifle
ball broke my right arm just below the
shoulder, and 1 never knew till then
what a difference there is between an
arm to lift with and an arm to be lift
ed." So said an American officer tho
other da' whon a few of us woro
talking about tho mystery of life in
tho human body. Yot lots of people
understand tho principle. What do
thoj' moan whon thoy sa3', "1 could
seareoly crawl," "I had to fairly lug
myself along," etc.? Why, simply
that tho body had lost its surplus
power: it had become a burden, in
stoad of an instrument to carry bur-
A woman writos in this way: "I
had constantly to lio down on tho
couch and rest. I had barely strength
to crawl about. This was in tho
summer of 1882. The trouble first
camo upon mo in 1870, whon I was
forty-two years old. Boforo that I
had always boon stroiier and healthv.
Then, however, I began to fool tirod.
weary, and languid, and gradually I
had to consider myself a weak, sickly
woman. At first I had a bad lasto
in tho mouth, and a sinking sonsa
tion at the pit of tho stomach. My
appotito was poor, and what littlo I
ate gave mo pain in tho chest and
sides. My food soonied to croato
wind, which rolled all over mo. 1
got so bad that night after night I
was unable to sloop. I was at times
in jroat agony, and if I'had not boon
obliged to work I should havo taken
to my bed. As it was, I struggled
on as best I could; I saw a doctor
and took various medicines, but nono
of thoin appeared to do mo any
"I continued in this wretched
state for seven years 187G to 18811.
Then came tho help 1 had waited
for so long and so hopelessly. In
Docembor of that year a littlo book
was loft at my houso tolling of a
medicine called Mother Soigol's
syrup, ana my nusoanu read ot a
caso liko mine having boon cured by
it; and I folt a strong desiro to try
tho medicine, but wo could not spare
"However, whon my husband re
turned from Bungay on Christmas
Eve ho pulled out of his parcel a
bottle of Soigol's Syrup and said,
' See, I havo brought you a Christmas-box,'
and it proved to bo tho
most valuable ono I over had in my
life. I began taking tho medicine at
onco, and found groat relief. It
seemed to lift a weight from my
whole body. My appotito returned
and I gradually gained strength, and
by tho time I had taken six bottles 1
was a now woman. I could go about
my laundry work with ease and
pleasure. I still take an occasional
dose, and keep in good health, for
which I havo to thank Mothor Soi
gol's Syrup. 1 know of many in this
who have received trreat
benefit from tho Syrup, ono or two
of tho neighbors stating that but for
it thoy would not now bo alive. I
dosiro others to know of what did
me so much good, and to this end
you havo my consent to publish this
lottor, should you think it best to
"(Signed) Mils. Goodkriiax,
"July 11th, 1891."
Wo gladly extend our congratula
tions to Mrs. Gooderhan upon hor
recovery, and beg to say for tho gon
oral behoof that tho ailment which
oppressed hor for so long a timo is
unfortunately no stranger. Indiges
tion and dyspepsia lio at tho very
root of most diseases, for tho reason
that it arises in tho stomach, upon
tho normal action of which good
health necessarily depends. If wo
cannot digest our food everything,
of course, goes wrong. For thoroin
is tho source of all powor, strength,
and vitality. From indigestion and
dyspepsia 'proceed thoso poisons
which, ontoring tho blood, disorder-
ovory organ and process of tho sys
tem. Rheumatism, gout, bronchitis,
neuralgia, norvous prostration, most
forms of diseases peculiar to woman,
chronic hoadncho, pain and weak
ness in tho muscles, montal dulnoss,
and loss ofjambition all thoso and
other affections aro nothing moro or
loss than results and signs of im
paired or paralysed digestion. In
short, thoy aro mere words, the true
and real disoaso being iudigestion
In its ability to euro this lies the
soorot of tho success of . Soigol's
Syrup over what sooms to bo but is
not a multitudo of different mala
dios. It simply dislodges tho key
stone, and tho arch falls to the
Kulolo, Something Good.
Six cups Taro Flour, 4 cups cocoa
nut milk, 4 tablespooufuls sugar,
grnto lino tho meat of 2 cocoanuts
and mix all together woll, put in a
deep dish woll buttered and bake
1 hour in a modorato ovou; oaten
warm or cold it is excellent and can
not bo boat.
By tho Minister of Financo on
Want of Oonfldotco Question.
Ministor Mncfarlmo Perhaps it
is not expect od the Cabinet should
hnvo much to say on the question
boforo tho Houso except perhaps on
tho objections which havo boon rais
ed by tho opposition as to tho viola
tion of tho constiltrionnl principle.
This Ministrj nskid of this House
a few days in which to formulate a
policy for tho Cnbinot, but it was in
dignantly ro fused by tho Noble
from Maui and his immediate fol
lowers with a state nenl that they
wanted no policy from tho Cabinet,
thoy wanted nothing from tnem ex
cept thoir scalps. Mr. President,
this Cabinet is not on trial boforo
this Houso for its administration of
the atTairs of tho country; it is pro
posed bv tho Opposition to voto
them out on Bight without listening
to any policy, without listening to
any proposod measures from tho
Cabinet, but simply bocauso thoy
don't liko tho cut of them on tho
moro subterfugo wliioh is advanced
of a violation of a constitutional
It is sought by the Opposition now
toostablish a precedent that it is com
petent for a majority of this Legis
lature to voro out a Cabinet on sight
and without any reasons. Now, Mr.
President, I will venture to suggest
t hat if that precedent is established it
will come back sometime in the near
future to balk them.
A great doal has been said, Mr.
President, about tho violation of a
constitutional principle of repre
sentative government, but tho sup
porters of thoso advancing that viow
know that thoy aro intentionally
throwing dust into tho oyos of this
Houso when thoy seek to influence
them into nnj' such opinion, bocauso
it is laid down oxprosslj' in tho Con
stitution in Articlo 20 that tho Su
premo powor of tho kingdom in its
oxorciso is divided into tho executive,
legislative and judicial, thoso shall
alwa3rs bo preserved distinct and no
executive or judicial officer, etc.,
shall entrench upon the prerogatives
of tho other.
Now, Mr. President, I hold that
that principle is laid down explicitly
in tho constitution, that there shall
bo no infringement or ontrenchinont
by ouo branch of tho government
upon any of tho others, and I repeat
there is nothing in tho constitution
which can in anj wise bo const rued
to moan that in tho formation of this
Cabinet a constitutional principle
has boon violated. Tho three branches
of government must bo kept separ
ate and distinct, and I claim that in
tho formation of this Cabinet it was
not compulsory upon mo, it could
not bo admitted for one moment
that I should consult a majority of
this Legislature or any part of this
Legislature or any caucus from this
Legislature in tho formation of a
Cabinet. If that woro intended,
thou I submit that this Legislature
could appoint a Cabinot, in which
caso tho Legislature would bo on
trenching upon tho oxecutivo func
tions of tho government.
Mr. President, I am not horo to
mako any appeal for myself to bo
retained in this Cabinot nor for any
of my colleagues, but I wish to im
press upon any intelligent and fair
minded member of this Houso that
whon it is sought to mako it appear
that I havo acted in violation of a
constitutional principle or in viola
tion of tho spirit or lottor of tho
constitution it is confusing tho ques
tion and throwing dust into tho oyos
of tho niombers. There is no at
tompt whatever and has boon no at
tempt what over to violate any princi
ple of oithor constitutional or repre
I had not intended to make any
remarks horo on tho question boforo
tho Houso at first, but in viow of
statements which have boon made in
this House I think I should go a
littlo further into tho subjoct of what
took placo in those caucus meetings.
Although tho Hon. Noblo Peterson
has already enlightened you to a cor
tain extent, yot ho didn't know all
that took placo, having imposed up
on mo a great doal of tho work be
fore thoso caucus and committee
At tho outset then, Mr. President,
I will again disclaim that there was
any violation of any constitutional
principle, and would stato' for tho
information of tho members of this
Houso: As is already known Noblo
Peterson was called by Her Majesty
to form a Cabinot. Mr. Peterson,
acting at tho request and at the
solicitation of tho 81 who voted out
tho previous Cabinot and with tho
endeavor and intontion on his part
to form a Cabinot which would bo
satisfactory to this Legislature and
to tho pooplo, made ovory conces
sion that ho could in all fairness
mako to tho members of that caucus,
which was, in fact, a caucus of the
Reform Party. Mr. Peterson eu
.doavored, by all moans in his power,
to otfect a combination in the forma
tion of that Cabinet which would
meet with tho approval of that com
mittoo. Ho labored with that com
mitteo in caucus and in special com
mittoo meetings, whore two repre
sentatives from each party woro
acting as n committee, nnd this com
mit too nftonvards reporting to a
caucus. At all these meetings ho
endeavored to moot them fairly in
tho matter of the soloction of n Cabi
net nnd tho mnttor of tho position
of the different Cabinet officers with
regard to parties. Several altompts
woro made without success; I saw
from the start that it was impossible
for Mr. Peterson to como to any
understanding with that caucus un
less tho representative from Lihuo
was installed in t ho office of Attornoy
Qonoral. I stated then to that Com
mittee, and a heated discussion took
place, that it was useless for Mr.
Potorhon or myself to go niry further
in tho mnttor if tho representative
from Lihuo was to bo tho Attornoy-General.
Tho first remarks in that Commit
teo woro from tho Noblo from Maui
to tho effect that ho was opposed to
anything in tho shapo of a compro
mise Cabinot, that it was his oxpor
ionco that compromise Cabinots
would not work. Now I insist upon
thnt statement. I have no wish to
asporso tho voracitj' of tho gontlo
man, but ho claims not to hnvo a
distinct recollection on that point
and I claim to havo a positive recol
lection. However, I will not press
my convictions to tho oxtont as to
insist that tho gent Ionian is wrong,
but certainly that was in fact, tho
spirit and ofiect of tho words that
ho used, and I know that ho has
thoso convictions to-day, ho has ox
pressed them before.
But leaving that aside, Mr. Presi
dent, tho Noblo from Maui stated
that the' would nominate tho repre
sentative from Lihuo as tho Attonuy
Gonoral witji a possible alternative
in tho namo of Mr. Carlor, but, ho
says, I don't hold myself responsi
ble that tho rost of tho caucus will
ayrco to Mr. Carter, but I namo him
now as a possible alternative. And
through thoso meetings from first to
last Mr. Smith was tho representa
tive of tho TJoform Partj' for Attorney-General,
and I said, gentlomou,
it is no uso for us to pursue this
argument any further, there is a
deadlock on tho Attornoj'-Gonoral's
oflico. You insist on Mr. Smith and
wo insist that Mr. Smith should not
bo thovo. Wo thought wo had roa
sons for Mr. Smith not going there,
which reasons havo been stated in
sido and outside of the Houso.
My advice to Mr. Peterson was,
that in the intorost of Hor
Majostj and in the interest of the
business community wo should en
deavor to nave a unoiuot as soon as
possible, that the situation was very
much strained and information had
reached Hor Majesty that she was
boing hold in a falso light, as it was
said she was intentionally delaying
tho-formation of tho Cabinot for hor
own ends. Mr. Peterson urged upon
mo that Hor Majesty was anxious
that tho Cabinot should bo made as
soon as possible. I then suggested
to Mr. Peterson and urged upon him
that tho Uoform Party caucus ob
jected t hat ho was not acting in ac
cordance with tho spirit of tho reso
lution nor in accordance with tho
spirit of the constitution in not ac
cepting a position himself in tho
Cabinet, tho Queon having called
upon him to form a Cabinet, the
matter of responsibility would bo
eliminated ontiroly unless ho was a
moniber of tho Cabinot. I urged
upon him tho soundness of that
position and urged him to take a
position in tho Cabinot, that if ho
formed a Cabinot, having been call
ed upon by tho Queen, ho would bo
responsible to that Cabinot and to
the Legislature, which could voto
that Cabinot out if thoy saw fit.
Mr. Potorson stated that it was
impossible for several reasons for
him to take a position in that Cabi
net. I then said it will bo j'our
duty to mako that statement to
Hor Majesty and toll hor as you
havo selected four names for hor ap
proval, and if that Cabinot is not
satisfactory to hor then she must
call upon tho Eoprosontativo from
Kauai, Noblo Wilcox, or Noblo
Marsdon from Hnniakua, those gon-
tloinen having signified a dosiro in
tho caucus horo to form a Cabinot.
At that timo Noblo Baldwin, I think,
Rep. Smith nnd others said, why
don't form a Cabinet, wo will accept
you. I said, it is impossible, you
gontlonion know that from first to
last I objected to going into the
Cabinot. I objected because 1 had
nry business reasons and othor rea
sons, but I was urged from timo to
timo as is well known. I asked Mr.
Marsdon if ho was willing to form a
Cabinot, and ho signified his accept
ance, and I turned to Mr. Wilcox,
and ho said, no, 1 will not do itj and
you others said, oh, ho will do it,
that is all right, you take the namo
to Mr. Peterson. The party pushed
him forward. Acting in good faith
that Mr. Wilcox would tako a posi
tion, I recommended to Mr. Peter
son that if ho could not form a Cabi
net the Queen then should call ouo
of those two gout lemon under tlio
spirit of that resolution. Mr. Presi
dent, Mr. Potorson has told you tho
recommendation ho mado to Hor
Continued on 3d Page.)
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John F. Jones, KdonTexwritcs'
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest
and Lungs, and let me say to any
one wanting such a medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Cavncs.villc,Tenii.,
writes : I have used your German
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best medicine I ever tried for coughs
and colds. I recommend it to every
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X Stockholders of tho Hilo Sugar Co.
will he held nt tho olllco of Win. G. Irwin
Co., (L'd), on MONDAY, Sept. tilth, at
10 o'clock A. M.
W. if. G1FFAUD,
r2l-2t Secretary H. S. Co.
FOlt THE PURPOSE OF COnUECT
ing the Electoral Bolls or Voting
Lists of Mild District bv adding now nnmos
thereto or striking olf the luiines of such
voters as hnvo died, removed or of lienvMo
become disqualified, the Inspectors fof said
Precinct shall hold meetings .on- the fol
SATURDAY, Sept. 21, 18U2, from 3 un
til (1 v. m;
TUESDAY, Sept. 2, ls!l'., from-4 until
(J i M.
At Building at entrance to Lower Reser
voir uronmiK. a minim Avenue,
of Board of Inspectors.
JAB. G. SPENCER,
rpHE BOARD OV INSPECTORS OF
X Election for the 3d District, 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for tlio purpose of correct
ing the Electoral Roll or voting List bv
adding new names thereto, or striking oil'
tlio names of such voters as havo died, re
moved or otlieiwiHB become diMiuallllea, in,
the Royal School House as follows:
On FRIDAY. Sopt. 23, 1892;
On MONDAY, Sopt. 2(i, 1802;
On TUESDAY, Sept. 27, 1802;
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 1S02;
From 7:30 to 0:30 o'clock each ovenlng.
J. M. CAMARA, .Tn.,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 1892. C25-10t
rpHE BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
X Election for tlio 5th District, 1st Pre
cinct, will hold public meetings for the
purpose ot correcting tlio Electoral Jtoll or
Voting List by adding now names thereto
or striking oil the names of such voters as
have died, removed or otherwise become
discmalilled, at the Tramways Co.'s Build
ing, ut ICa palatini, as follows:
On THURSDAY, Sept. 22, 1802, from 7
to 0 I-. M.
On SATURDAY, Sopt. 21, 1892, from 1
to (i V. M.
On TUESDAY, Sopt. 27, 1802, from 7 to
0 v. M.
If necessary adjourned meetings will be
held, of which duo notice will be given at
tho stated meetings.
M. R. COLBURN.
Chairman 5th District, lbt Precinct.
Honolulu, Sept. 1(1, 1802. 021-10t
4th District of Honolulu, 1st and 2d
170U THE PURPOSE OF CORREOT
? ing the Electoral Rolls or Voting
Lists of said District "by adding nev"nanios
thereto or striking oft' the names of such
voters as have died, removed or otherwise
become disqualified, tho Inspectors of said
Precincts snail hold meetings from 7:30
p. M. on tlio following days:
TUESDAY, Sopt. 20, 1892, at tho Boil
Tower. Union street;
THURSDAY. Sent. 22, 1892, at Engine
House China Co. No. 0. Maunukcu street;
MONDAY, Sopt. 2(1, 1802, at tho BelL
iowor, union street;
WEDNESDAY, Sopt. 2S, 1802, at Engine
House China Co. No. S, Maunakou street.
Adjourned meetings may bo hold if
deomed necessarv by the Inspectors.
Per order of tho Inspectors.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NO
X tlce that ho has been appointed
Trusteo of oil of tho Estato of Lydia K.
Kauiukaia and Samuel Kiimakaia, her
husband, by deed of trust dated this
day. All persons Indebted to them
are notified to mako iinmedlato pay
ment to me.
WithE. O. Hull & Son.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1802. iilO-lw
PHB UNDERSIGNED HEREBY
gives notice that all debts con
tracted after this doto by either Lydia
K. Kaumkuia or Sam Kauiukaia, hor
husband, will not bo paid without his
written order, mid requests that all ac
counts against them bo presented to
him promptly at the end of each
Trusteo of the Estate of Lydia K.
Kiimakaia and S, Kuimikala,
Honolulu, Sept, II, 1802. 622-hv
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 21st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At tho Promises of tho Industrial Home,
corner of King street and Knwaiahno Lano,
1 will sull nt Public Auction tlio
Entire Furniture and Effoots,
Upholstered Parlor Set,
HnnHlua Lamps, Tables,
Single Iron Bedsteads,
2 Antique Oak Bedroom Sets,
Mattrasscs, Monuito Nots,
M. T. Bureau and Wnshstands,
1 Domestic & 1 "Wilcox & Q-ibb's
CUTTING TABLES, GHAUTS,
Large Stove and Utensils,
Meat Safe, Crockcrv, KefriL'orator,
llatli Tub, Etc., Etc., Etc.
On SATURDAY, Sept. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, I will sell at Public
Lease of the Seaside Residence
Of H. 11.
The Lcnse has Six Years to run with a
Ten Year oxtension, at an annual rental of
ij.00. There is u
Large Dwelling House,
A Convenient Cottago, Bath Houses, etc.,
on tho Property,
This oilers an unusual opportunity to
obtain a Fine Seasido Residence with Fine
Bench and Unexcelled Bathing.
Sf For further particulars in regard
to boundaries, etc.,'apply to
Of Sale of Goods Distrained for Rent.
the Goods and Chattels of Thomas Onokea,
the 21th of Sent.. 1802. at 12 o'clock noon.
at the Auction Room of Jas. I MokoAn,
Honolulu, will bo sold for non-payment of
rent and costs of distraint and removal
tho following articles:
1 Sewing Machine, 2 Small Tables, 1
Small Round Table, 3 Chairs, 1 Bedstead,
1 Spring Mattress, 2 Sea Shells.
ilUUUB! JJMKUUtA UUMBALiVEH.
By his attorney A. G. Corroa.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of tlio Ouhu Railway &
Land Company hold this day, the follow
ing Resolution was adopted:
Vhereas, the name of tlio Oahn Railway
& Land Co. has been used in connection
with a Lottery Scheme without authority,
itcwlved, that public notice be given by
tho President that this Company is not
connected with said scheme and repudiates
such uso of its name.
JOHN H. PATY,
President O. It. & L. Co.
Honolulu, Sopt. 12, 1892. 520-lw
PORTUGUESE COOK, MIDDLE
Aued Man. wishes a situation as
Cook. Good references givon. Apply at
621-3t GONSALVES & CO.'S.
2 HORSE POWER UPRIGHT BAXTER '
Engine and Boiler, in good working
order. For particulars or terms apply to the
To Let or Lease.
rpWO NICELY FUR
X nlshed Booms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin Olliee. 353-tf
UVAL PREMISES, 31
i 31 4 StZa""1,
nosite Fori street church.
A....1,, t., M f T.TT.l.Itf
382-tf ' At Tlieo. H. Dayies & Co.
HOUSE OF FIVE
, , ,
rooms, on Magazine
strcot, witli Bathroom, pat
ent W. ().. etc. Commands
one of the finest views In Honolulu. Apply
J. JU. VIVAS.
A COTTAGE CONTAIN
ing 1 Purlor, 3 Bed
rooms, Kitchen, Pantry
and Bathroom, corner Vine
yard and Nuuuuu streets,' Appl
A NICE COTTAGE ON
lieretuula street, near
l'ilkoi street, containing
Parlor. 2 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Diuingrooiu, Pantry and Kitchen,
Keivnnt'b room, Carriage Iloubc, Stable, etc.
TramcaiH nass every 20 minutes. Apply at
olllco of this paper, ioS-ii
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