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Tho Goldon Era.
Tho promoters of tlio Hawaiian
lottory mnko a number of estimates
in No. 2, Vol. 1, of tho Goldon 12rn,
nnd say, "tho anti-lottery peoplo aro
challenged to dispute tho figures."
Ono estimate reads as follows: "It
has been ostiinalod that tho revenue
from tho Tost OHice will incroaso
$100,000 per year. Tho bill provides
that tho lottory peoplo must pay tho
usual postal rates." At least threo
fourths of our mail goes to San
Francisco. Tho lottory peoplo seem
to think that they can uso the Ha
waiian mails to flood tho United
States with thoir letters, circulars,
otc. Not much!
Tho lottory act which wont into
effect in tho United Statos on Sep
tember 10, 1890, provides that, "No
letter, postal card, or circular con
cerning any lottorj-, so-called gift
concert or similar ontorpribo offering
prizos dependent upon lot or chance,
etc.," shall bo allowed to pass
through tho United Statos mails.
Anyone detected sending a lotter,
postal card, or circular for a lottery
is liable to a heavy fino or imprison
ment. Section 2 of the same net provides
that "Tho Postmaster-General may,
upon ovidonco satisfactory to him
that any person or company is on
gagod in conducting any lottory,
gift enterprise or schonio for tho dis
tribution of money or of any real or
personal property by lot, chanco or
drawing of any kind, or that any
person or company is conducting
any other schonio or dovico for ob
taining money or proporty of any
kind through tho mails by means of
false or fraudulent protenses, repre
sentations or promises, instruct post
masters at any office at which register
ed letters arrive directed to any such
person or company, or to tho agent
or representative of any such person
or company, whether such agont
or representative is acting as an in
dividual or as a firm, bauk, corpora
tion or association of any kind, to
return all such registered letters) to
tho postmaster at tho office at which
they wore originally mailod with tho
word 'Fraudulent' plainly written or
stamped upon the outside thereof.
Tho public advertise
ment by such person or company so
conducting such lottory, gift enter
prise scheme, or device, that remit
tances for tho same may bo mado by
registered letters to any person, firm,
bauk, corporation or association
named therein, shall bo hold to bo
prima facie ovidenco of tho oxistenco
of said agency by all the parties
The following, 'sub-section 6 of
United States Postal Orders, gives
the last link in the chain:
'Post Office Department,
Washington, D. C, Oct. 3, 1890.$
"Tho provisions of this act apply
to lottors, postal cards and circulars
concerning lotteries or similar
schemes, that come in tho mails fiom
foreign countries, and such matter
so received should bo treated as if it
originated in tho United States."
Tho bearing of the United States'
laws just quoted upon our lottory
schonio is just this, that all letters,
cards, circulars, etc., either sent to
or by tho Hawaiian lottory or its
agents, as soon as they arrived in
tho San Francisco Post Office would
be seized and returned "with tho
word 'Fraudulent' plainly written or
stamped upon the outsido thereof."
How about that $100,000 which
the lottery peoplo are to pay for
mails which thoy cannot uso? Either
tho lottory poople did not know tho
law in tho case or thoj' go on tho
principle that promises are cheap,
easily made and, like tho rest of thoir
estimates and promises when sifted
down, amount to nothing.
Tho laws of tho United States not
only prohibit any lottory either in
the United States or foreign country
from using the U. S. mails, but they
also prohibit all newspapers in tho
Unitod Statos from inserting lottery
advertisements in thoir columns.
The Hawaiian lottory peoplo could
neither advortiso in tho papers of
tho United States nor could thoy
send our local papors containing
lottory advertisements to America.
Upon arrival at San Francisco our
local papors or circulars, if thoy had
lottory advortisomonts in them,
would bo soized and returned to
Honolulu, "with tho word 'Fraudu
lent' plainly written or stamped on
tho outsido thereof" as exprossivo of
tho opinion of tho peoplo of tho
Unitod Statos on our Hawaiian lot
tory schomo. It is also easily soon
how utterly worthless is tho lottory
people's estimate of $1,800,000 to bo
yearly spent among us by tho 12,000
tourists who aro to bo attracted hero
by tho lottory advortisomonts, whon
fully four-fifths of tliom come from
a country whero tho lottory can
neither advortiso nor uso tho mails.
H. W. Peck.
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suitablo for band
ages, aro wanted for uso at tho Bishop
Home and tho Boys' Homo, Lopor
Settlement, Molokai. Iiing up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will lie
sent for; or leave tho same at tho
office of the Board of Health, or at
J. T. Waterhouso's, Queen street.
An Emphatic Protest.
During tho consideration of a
proposition to vole a sum of money
to bo expended on an Hawaiian Ex
hibit at tho World's Fair, Mr. Thurs
ton is reported to havo said in the
Legislature that "nothing will ad
vortiso tho Islands liko tho Band.
Ho would voto for tho insortion of
$12,000 for tho Hand, and distribu
tion of literature." Whon tho pro
posal to voto $3,000 for a trip for
Princess Kaiulani camo up Mr.
Thurston remarked, with that refine
ment and elegance of diction for
which ho is renowned, that Governor
Cleghorn "must have softening of
tho brain to think of such a thing
when tho poor policeman was boing
cut down, and tho Miuister of Fi
nance was scratching around to moot
tho daily withdrawals."
Isn't it wonderful how solf-intorest
will bias a man's mind? Mr. Thurs
ton sees nothing out of tho way in
an impoverished country voting
$12,000 to sond tho band to Chicago
because it will sorvo as an advortiso
mont for his cj'clorama, but ho ro-
gards with horror tho expenditure of
oven a moderate sum on a trip in
Europe of tho Hoiross Apparent to
tho Hawaiian throno bocauso ho is
against monarchical institutions. Tf
Mr. Thurston can got tho band to
Chicago the "poor policeman" inaj'
go and bo hanged.
In our national oxpondituro wo
should at this tiino bo as economical
as possible, and wo should at tho
same time bo thoroughly consistent.
Wo need not go deeply into tho de
sirability or necessity of trips for
Princoss Kaiulani or tho Royal
Hawaiian Band, as wo can afford
neither tho ono nor tho othor. If
wo had plonty of money wo might
considor both trips, and no doubt
tho conclusion that this considera
tion would bring forth would bo
that it was of far more importance to
tho welfare of this country that tho
Heiress Apparent should gain tho
knowledge and enlightenment which
a trip in Europe would undoubtedly
bring to hor, than that Professor
Borgor and his " Wonderful Troupe
of Hawaiian Musicians " should per
form at the World's Fair. As it is
howovor, wo can afford neither trip
and therefore neither should bo ap
Mr. Thurston is reported to havo
said that "nothing will advortiso tho
Islands liko tho Band." Of course
this is silly twaddlo. Tho perform
ances of tho Band will show thoso
who hear them that Hawaiians aro
not naked savages, but are suscepti
ble of transformation into creditable
musicians, but thoy will not bring
the much desired tourist or capital
ist to tho country any moro than the
visit of tho king of Siam's band to
England a fow j-ears ago brought
tourists or investors to Siam.
If tho Government want to go into
tho show business, and if the baud
boys want to mortgage a couple of
years' holiday for the sake of a trip
to Chicago, let tho Government let
tho band out to tho Cyclorama com
pany, tho proprietors of music halls
or anyone olso who will pay for its
services, but as a humble member of
this community who does his little
towards tho support of the band, I
do protest against tho Government
guaranteeing or paying a single cent
towards tho oxponsos of tho band
for a trip to Chicago, and I am sure
that tho great majority of those who
considor the matter will como to tho
conclusion that we cannot afford
such tomfoolery. The Idler.
Mr. Castle Sarcastic.
Will you permit mo through your
columns to thank you for your very
kindly reference to my briof on tho
"21 or 25 majority" epiostion, which
I observe was couched in your usual
courteous stylo. Allow me to add
that my briof was recpiested for pub
lication with Gonoral Hartwoll's, I
understanding that Mr. Hatch's able
and intorosting argument was to bo
published also. Such a method of
soliciting advertisements (intimated
by you) is something now to mo and
I presume it does not exist in Hono-
) lulu unless in tho Bulletin office.
Tho question discussed is most in
torosting and important, and I bo
liovo tho public lias boon glad to
road all that has been said on both
sides inospectivo of whonco it origi
nated. W. H, Castle.
Honolulu, Sopt. 23, 1892.
Tho Bulletin's information was
believed to bo thoroughly trust
worth'. As tho statement was
openly current, its publication was
a roal sorvico to both tho Advertiser
and Mr, Castlo, in affording thorn an
opportunity of contradiction. Eu.
Savod a Woman's Lito,
Mr. J. E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two toaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy savod tho life of Mrs. Jano
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
states thnt hoveral othor very bad
cases of bowel complaint thoro havo
boon cured by this remedy. For
galo by all doalors. Benson, Smith
& Co.,' Agents.
rpiIK ANNUAL- MEETING OF T1IK
JL Stockholders of (ho MutunlTolonhoiio
Co. will bo held mi WEDNESDAY, Sept.
2Sth, nt 10 o'clock A. M., nt tho Company's
HnlMing. O. O. 11ERGER,
1st District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. rpilK BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
JL Election for tho 1st District, 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for tho jmrpo-o of correct
ing tho Electoral Hull or Voting List by
muling now mimes thereto, or striking oil'
tho names of uch voters iim hnvo died, re
moved or otherwise become dKiiunlillcd,
nt the Long Ilrnnch Hath House, Wnlkiki,
ns follov :
SATURDAY, Sept. '21th, 7 to I) o'clock
r. m. j
MONDAY, Sent. 20th, T to I) o'clock v. M. ;
WEDNESDAY, Sept. asth, 7 to 0 o'clock
'TUESDAY, Sopt. 27th, 7 to t) o'clock
r. m., nt tho Government Nursery, King
J. A. OILMAN,
2d District of Honolulu, 1st Fro
Oil THE PURPOSE OF COllREOT
Iiik the Electoral Rolls or Votlnu
Lists of said District bv nddine now names
thereto or striking oh' tho names of such
voters as havo died, removed or otherwise
became disannulled, the Inspectors of said
Precinct shall hold meetings on tho fol
SATURDAY, Sept. 21, lb!)2, from 3 un
til (I i m;
TUESDAY, Sept. 27, 1802, from 1 until
U i M.
At Building at enlranco to Lower lieser
volr Gionmls, Nuuunu Avenue.
lly order of Hoard of Inspectors.
JAS. G. SPENCER,
3d District of Honolulu, 2d Pre
cinct. THE HOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
Election for tho 3d District. 2d Pre
cinct, will meet for the purpose of correct
ing tho Electoral Koll or Voting List by
miding new names thereto, or striking oil'
tho names of such voters as have died, re
moved or otherwise become disqualified, at
the Knpuaiwa Building, Queen street, as
On SATURDAY, Sopt. 21, lb!2;
On MONDAY. Sept. 2(i, 1802;
On WEDNESDAY, Sopt. 23, 1802;
From 7 r. m. to i) i si. eaeh evening.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1892. 527-8t
3d District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. rpHE HOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
X Election for tho 3d District, 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for tlio purpose of correct
ing the Electoral Koll or Voting List by
adding new names theieto, or striking oil'
the names of such voters as havo died, re
moved or otherwise becomo disqualified, nt
the Royal School House as follows:
On MONDAY, Sept. 2(i, 1802;
On TUESDAY, Sent. 27, 1802;
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 1802;
From 7:30 to 0:30 o'clock each evening.
J. M. CAMARA, Jn.,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 1802. 625-10t
4th District of Honolulu, 1st and 2d
FOR THE PURPOSE OF COKRECT
ing the Electoral Rolls or Voting
Lists of said District by adding new names
thereto or stiiking oil' the names of such
voters as have died, removed or otherwise
becomo disqualified, the Inspectors of said
Precincts shall hold meetings from 7:30
I'. M. on tho following days:
MONDAY, Sept. 2(i, lb02, nt tho Hell
Tower, Union street;
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 1802, at Engine
Houo China Co. No. 5, Maunnkcn street.
Adjourned meetings may be held if
deemed necessary by the Inspectors.
Per order of the'lnspectors.
5th District of Honolulu, 1st Pre
cinct. THE HOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
Election for tho 5th District, 1st Pre
cinct, -will hold public meetings for the
imrposo of correcting tho Electornl Boll or
Voting List by adding now names thereto
or striking oil the names of such voters as
hnve died, removed or otherwise become
disqualified, at tho Tramways Co.'s Build
ing, at Knpalama, as follows:
On SATURDAY, Sept. 2L 1802, from 1
to (J r. m.
On TUESDAY, Sept. 27, 1802, from 7 to
0 r. m.
If necessary adjourned meetings will bo
held, of which due notico will he given nt
the stated meetings.
M. It. COLRUKN.
Chairman Stir District, 1st Precinct.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, ,1802. 52l-10t
6th District of Honolulu, 2d Pre
cinct. NOTICE IS HEREHY GIVEN THAT
the Inspectois of said Precinct shall
hold Public Meetings from fi to 8 o'clock,
at the Ilofonnatory School, on tho follow
ing days, as follows:
SATURDAY, Sopt. 21, 1802;
For tho purpose of correcting tho Electoral
Roll or Voting List of tho Precinct by add
ing new names thereto, or striking oil"
tho names of such voters as have died,
removed from tho Precinct, or other
wise become disqualified from voting in
the suld Precinct.
Hy order of tlio Hoard of Inspectors.
W. L. WILCOX,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 1892. 627-5t
rrUlE UNDERSIGNED GIVES NOTICE
X thut he will not bo responsible for
any debts contracted by tho City Shoeing
Shop without his written order.
A. It. ROW" AT, V. S.
Honolul", Sept. 21, 1892. 528-1 w
aMIE UNDERSIGNED INTENDING
. to leavo the Kingdom on Octobor 3d,
requests that all hills against him bo pro
keuted for payment between now and Sep
tember 30th. Full power of nttornoy will
bo given to my nophow, Young Ho, to
transact my business in my absence.
i Cigar Deuler.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1892. 630-7t
OWING; to tho limited floor space at the
Armory during Skating Nights
Mondays, Fridays and Baturduys the
liittiiagemoiit havo decided to charge an
admittance fee to tho building of 25 cents;
8kuten 10 cents oxtra. G28-lw
rpHE ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL CO.
JL has lensed tho property belonging to
A. Herbort, En.. in Wniklki, which for
tho present, will bo open to tho public ns
an nnnox of the Hotel, nnd will bo known
ns tho "Hotol Park Annex." Besides tho
mnln house there nro Three Cottages nd
mirnbly ndnpted for fnmilics:
1 Tho 'Windmill Cottngo" containing fi
Rooms, Kitchen nnd Liinui.
2 Tho "Green Cottage" containing Par
lor, 4 Hed Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Until
3 Tho "Senwnrd Cottage" with 1 Good
Rooms nnd n Dressing Hoom.
All tho Cottages nro wcll-nppolntcd in
Furniture. Fittings, etc., and tenants will
ho entitled to bathing privileges. Tho sea
bathing being unsurpassed on tho Inland.
Tho Mnln Building will bo reserved for
tho uso of tho cuots of tho Hotel, but it
may bo rented lor Picnics, Bathing Par
ties, Dinners nnd Dances, etc., for all which
purposes it oilers exceptional advantage.
A charge of Tnonty-fivo (,?2S) Dollars will
bo mado for tho uso of tho House and
Grounds including Bathing, Lights, etc.:
prepayment Is requited for intended use of
tho Main Building and Grounds.
jy- For further particulars application
should bo mado to the Manager of the
Royal Hawaiian Hotel. (V27-tf
NOMINEES for NOBLES
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Hon. Henry Waterhonse
For the Unexpired Si Year Term, vice
Paul Neumann, resigned.
Hon. Mark P. Robinson
For tho Unexpired Four Year Teim,
vice E. C. Mncfarlane, resigned.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
HON. HENRY WATERHOUSE
For the Unexpired Six Year Term, vice
Paul Neumann, icsigned.
HON. MARK P. ROBINSON
For tho Uncxpiied Four Year Term, vice
E. 0. Macfarlane, resigned.
FOIt THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
For Unoxpircd Six Year Term, made va
cant by tho resignation of His Ex
cellency Paul Neumann.
Parties leaving tho Islands and wishing
to dispose of their
Can have their value inimediutoly without
trouble and expense of removal by apply
Lewis J. Levey,
Election of Officers.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OFTHE
Hilo Sugar Co. held on Monday,
Sept. 10, IN).', tho following Stockholders
wore re-elected to servo as ollleors during
W. O. Irwin ... .
W. M. Giflard,,.,
II. M. Whitney, Jr
W. M. GIFFA11D,
Secretury H, S, Co.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of tho Stockholders of the
Walohlnu AgrJcultual & Grazing Co. held
this duy, tlio following Olllcers wore elected
for the ensuing year:
President , ..Hon. W. G, Irwin,
yico-Pre-.ident. .Mr. J. M. Monsarrat,
, t ) ...Hon. 0. P. laukea,
Auditor Hon, W. M.Oill'urd.
W. G. Irwin. J, M. Monsarrat. 0. P,
Inukcn, J, Kuuhane, J. I). Purls.
0. P, IAUKEA,
,r , Secietary W. A, & U; Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1892, WXJ-lni
When you waul a Porlmil Enhrged
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and see Samples. They can't be beatl
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No Corn or Corn Preparations used
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With the Completion of the Wew Brew ho use,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: 6 kettles every 24 hours, 6,000 Barrels, r 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 8,600,000
bushels per year. Hops : 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparation's are used in the manufacture
of the ANiiEUsnu-BuscH Beer. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
nost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shwpinc Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
Tlio ANiihiisi'H-lluscit Co. have carried oil" the Highest Honors and the Highest
Class Gold .Medals wherever they have competed. At all of tho International Exhibi
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This Company have prepared a Special Iliiuid of their Highest Grade Beer for the
Hawaiian Islands, known as "SPECIAL BREW," with n handsome label and in White
Bottles, which, with their best "EXPORT AN1IEUSEU" in Dark Bottles, heictofore
imported, wo will now supply to tho Trade in Quantities to Suit.
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(new bulletin block, sierchant stjieet)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO ME WILL KEOEIVE PKOMPT ATTENTION.
. G. IRWH & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
Al.r.x. citosH ,t sons'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
Wo are also prepared to take ordeis for
Messrs. 2T. Olilatidt &a Oo.'s
Insuring prompt delivery.
&- This is ii superior Paint Oil. con
suming less pigment than Linseed Oil, mid
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with diiois it gives a splendid floor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beof
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Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam" Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
and Highest Grade Hops!
in plaeo of Malt, as Is done by other East
of their Beer, and to compete with our
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
For Mouldings, Frames, Pastels, Arto
types, Photogravures, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Bros., Hotel street,
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. BEYNOLDS, Prop.
FULL LINE OF
At prices which wo established on
commencing CASH Business.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Farina Bouquot, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Curly Maplo, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
W Seo our Fino Lino of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
FCf- Call and eo our OooiIh Imfni-e linv.
ing cNcwhero. Last but not least
A JAtKlF. VAH1KTY OK
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AND AT PItlOES WHICH YOU WILL
CONSIDER EXCEEDINGLY LOW
FOK SUCH HIGH GRADE GOODS.
II. F. WIOHMAN
T. r. SEVKIUN. A. W. BOLSTER.
Fort st., over F. Gertz's Shoo Store.
YIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such as Natives Making Poi Grass Houses
Hawaiian Stylo Riding Hulaliula
Dancers Cocoanut Groves Palm
and Date Groves Street Views
and Buildings War Vessels
Shipping and Marino
Views, Etc., Etc.
Also a Large Collection of all Prominent
and Interesting Views of tho Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian "Views
Made up to Order at the most Reasonable
Kates in Honolulu.
Cabinets 86 and S5 a Dozen.
100 P. O. Box 493 tf
Win. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Cluus Spreckels, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. Giffard, - Secretary andTreasuror
Tlieo. C. Porter - Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF BAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
G. BREWER ft GO.
J. O. Carter Presidentand-Mannge'r
G. H, Rohertson.., ,., .Treasurer
E. F. lllshop. , , Secretary
Hon. O. K.Wshop,,.,, 1
S. O.Allen.. , V Directors
II. Watorhouse... . , , J
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