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The following persons havo this day
been appointed Agents to Grant Marriage
JOHN II. THOMPSON, District of Ho
W. NAIMMA, District of Htlo, Hawaii,
In plnco of D. II. Walilno, deceased.
8. K. I'OOKALANl, District of North
- Hilo, Hawaii.
J. A. KAAUKA1, Dtstrlct of l'nnn, Ha
wall. Mr. 1'. S. KEAWDHEANA 1ms this day
been appointed Ponndma'tcr for the Dis
trict of Puna, Hawaii, vice Mr. S. Makitn,
C11AS. T. GUI.1CK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otllco, Oct. 10, INC.'.
Tho Hoard of Heallli has directed its
Agents to make a special Inspection of
houses and premises in the City of Hono
lulu with a view of putting the same In a
good sanitary condition, and tho public
are therefore requested
1. To render all assistance possible to
the Agents of tho Hoard of Health.
2. To oboy tho instructions of tho
3. To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and other receptacles of refuse in a good
4. To have all garbage ant other decay
ing refuse promptly removed, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected.
By order of the Doaid of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 18!). 530-Ut
By virtue of authority given by tin Act
of the Legislative Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent tho Infection of Cholera in
the Hawaiian Islands, approved on the 27th
day of September, 1892, and upon the re
commendation of tho Hoard of Health, I
do hereby declare all Ports of Entry in this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
notice. E. 0. MACFARLANE,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1802. oliS-tf
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, tho residents mauka of Jndd street
are requested to collect what water tliev
may require for household purposes before
B o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu tVater Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, lfc!)2. BIR-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1892.
UP THE WRONG TREE.
Mr. Ashford's bumptiousness on
the registration bill brought a retort
from tho Ajttorney-Gonoral which
did an injustico to tho modest j'oung
country that gavo birth to tho mem
ber for tho third district. Canada
in proportion to its population
stands second to no country on
earth for the production of scholars
and scientists. It owns ono of tho
most prominent astronomers in tho
United States and has furnished
principals and professors to nearly
every uuivorsit' of any consequence
in tho Union. For instance, Princi
pal Shurman of Cornell, Professor
Laird of Stanford, and others who
might bo named. And what of Sir
"William Dawson, an ox-President of
the British Association for tho Ad
vancement of Scionco, who stands
foremost among tho sciontific auth
ors of the ago? No, Mr. Neumann,
you havo wit onough to got aw.'iy
with an opponent without an un
called for slur on his country.
The system of gouoral registra
tion, in order to secure specific
registration of Chinese field labor,
was proposed somo years ago, at a
conference between the Trust eos of
tho Planters' Company aud a com
mitteo of traders and mechanics.
Registration is repugnant to Ameri
cans and Englishmen. Thoy have
never boon subjected to such a re
striction on thoir liborty. But dos
perato diseases require dosporato
remedies. Thoso who havo com
plained of Asiatic aggression on or
dinary industries havo always con
ceded the nocossity of cheap labor
for tho planters. Many schemes
have boon devised to harmonize both
interests without sacrificing oithor
of them to tho other. Every scheme
thus far has failed. If thoro is any
hope in a registration measure lot it
bo tried. Should it prove unsatis
factory or ineffective its repeal will
como as a matter of courso two years
honco. Registration in itself wo
abhor, But, as successful states
manship largely consists in compro
mises, wo and thoso who think with
us should bo prepared in this caso to
mako tho required concession to expediency.
SUGAR IN THE STATES.
Tito Portland Orcgoninn, discuss
ing tlio depression in tho Hawaiian
sugar industry, says: "Annexation
of Hawaii would inako tho sugar
bounty law applicable to that coun
try and this is ono of tho inducements
held out by tho annexationists; but
it is a small foundation upon which
to build. The bounty law is in a
piocarious position. Tho Democrats
opposo it vohomontly becauso it was
a Republican measure, and the Re
publicans nro by no means enthu
siastic in its support, sinco tho prac
tical benefits aro reaped only by tho
Democratic State of Louisiana.
There is no ropoal bill that would
slip through Congress more easily
than one to ropoal tho sugar bounty.
The Domocratic programme of res
toring the tariff ou raw sugar, how
ever, is ono tho Republicans vigor
ously opposo, and ono which tho
millions of consumers in tho United
States could hardly bo expected to
endorse. It might save tho Hawai
ian company from bankruptcy, but
at a fearful cost to consuniors. As
a whole, tho pooplo of tho United
States aro bettor satisfied with tho
sugar situation than over before,
and feel far more inclined to mako
sugar still cheaper by. abolishing
tho small tariff on tho refined article,
than to make it doaror for tho sake
of any particular company or poli
tical party." Tho foregoing is pro
bably a correct statomont of tho
position of tho sugar question in tho
United States. In that caso it would
bo great folly for this kingdom to
mako any sacrifices for securing
benefits that aro likoly at tho best
to be but shoitlived. It is equally
foolish and besides unpatriotic for
any faction hero to keep forcing
such an issue on this country, as
nothing tends more to dissipato tho
energies of a community than boot
less contention over mythical pro
positions. LAME ARGUMENT.
Some of tho argumonts against
tho maintenance of tho small body
of Queon's Guards reminds one of
tho estimate oncb made of what a
heap of money would bo saved if the
superfluous buttons on tho tails and
sleovcs-of men's coats were loft off.
Or of that character who complain
ed that tho box of spikenard wasn't
sold for threo hundred ponce and
given to the poor. Especially is the
latter comparison correct, when it is
remembered that tho objectors ,to a
decent guard to-day were a fow years
ago ready to take up arms against
tho Crown for refusing to coincide
with tho policy of giving a colonel
of volunteers a largo salary to enable
him to act as dictator. The same
objectors aro also tho ones who saw
nothing wrong in maintaining an ex
pensive body of militia, for purely
political purposes, at a time when
strict economy and tho abolition of
useless expenditures were tho de
clared policy of tho dominant party.
Thoso who claim that tho abolition
of the Guards is now an absolute
nocossity of economy might find with
the country at largo when too lato
that tho act was ono that cost more
than it came to. Tho country is not
discovered yet that can afford to do
without some display of armed and
disciplined forco behind its laws. A
regular forco of equal numbers is
more to bo depended on in an emer
gency than any special forco picked
up horo and there with no time for
corps drill. It is not tho more de
fense of tho Crown or of tho consti
tuted government which is in mind
particularly, but this country is in
some respects more liable to out
breaks of mob violence than many
others with proportionately larger
facilities for prosorving order. Tho
remarked subinissivonoss of certain
semi-barbarous colonies horo to tho
enforcement of tho laws might bo
como very speedily on unknown
quantity if it wore not for the exist
ence of tho fow bayonets at tho Pa
"A Real American."
Tho Advertiser recently published
a letter signed "A Real Amorican."
In this lottor tho Daily Bulletin is
charged with persist ontly opposing
itself to Amorican intorosts, with
publishing criticisms on tho conduct
of American roprosontativesand with
lending its support to British inter
ests. It may bo well to offer a fow
words of comment on this "real
In tho first place tho Bullkhn, I
am certain, has never directly or in
directly opposed American intorosts
legitimately understood. But when
tho Advertiser, day aftor day, adorns
its pages with annexation views, when
it copies oxtracts from all manner of
insignificant aud misinformed journ
als maintaining tho nocossity of an
noxation, then indeed tho Bulletin,
in tho name of tho majority of tho
population, raises its voice in pro
test; aud if in tho course of its re
marks it fails to take tho American
sido,tho fault lies with tho Advertiser.
American interest is a misnomer for
annexation. Tho Advortisor itself
never refers to tho advantage likoly
to accrue to tho United States but
insists upon annexation for our sup
posed intorosts. Thoroforo Amorican
interests aro not concerned. Tho uso
of tho expression is simply a trick
to raiso strong fooling on a very weak
Concerning criticism of foreign
representatives, 1 do not know that
those gontlomon aro abovo remark.
I do know that at Her Majesty's ac
cession a representative of a foreign
powor availed hinisolf of tho oppor
tunity to deliver a godly and most
edifying homily to Hor Majesty, and
1 do not remember that the editor
of tho Advertiser was said to havo
fainted at such unseasonable be
havior. If Ministers may lecture,
they surely expect occasionally to bo
reminded of thoir own peccability.
When wo speak of British inter
ests tho moaning is clear. Groat
Britain has no mtorost in Hawaii
savo only thoso of a commercial
nature. Therefore to furthor British
interests issvnonvinous with further
ing thoso of Hawaii. So, lot it bo said,
is it with truo American interests.
Everybody desires to further Ameri
can intorosts. But when 1)3' this ex
pression is understood annoxation
lot there bo no mist a' t , we do not
want it, wo will not have it, in spite
of all tho grovelling, squirming, solf
contradictory conduct which the
Advert isor calls politics.
His Honor tho Chief Justice yes
terday examined and approved tho
second annual .account of the Rev
erend Falhor Sylvester as guardian
of Patrick Gleason, a minor. In
como during tho year amounted to
$803.13, and payments S152.77.
Guardian in person.
Alice K. Ayors lost her broach of
promise suit against W. Mahuka.
Tho jury returned a verdict for de
fundant this morning. Her return
ing of tho ongagoinont ring on
her coolod lover's request was taken
as a surrender of tho compact. Achi
was associated with Magoon for
plaintiff; Creighton and Rosa for
This afternoon a mixed jiir' is
hearing tho ejectment ease of Ta
lula L. Haysolden vs. Wahineaoa
(w). Ashford for plaintiff; Nawahi
for dofondant. John H. Pat' is on
Judge Bickorton will hear divorce
cases on Monday next in his cham
bers. Tho will of tho late Rev. James
Bickuell was admitted to probato to
day by Judge Dole. It was executed
January 31, 1887, and loaves tho on
tiro property, with ono exception, to
tho widow, Mrs. E. M. Bickuell, who
is made oxecutrix. Tho exception
consists of entailed property on
Washington and Fanning islands,
which descends to tho testator's ol
dest son, under tho will of his late
brother. Tho other property con
sists of personal effects and real es
tate in Tahiti. Mrs. Bickuell is by
tho will made guardian of tho minor
children, to act without bond. Froar
A local in tho P. C. Advertiser of
this morning makes tho statomont
tho Myrtle Boat Club ordered a
French Dinner for tho evening of
Oct. 8th, but failed to put in an ap
pearance and pay for tho same.
This statomont I deny in total as an
Louis T. KcNAKn,
Secty. Myrtle Boat Club.
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold roliof, as our
memory reverts to the days when wo
wore young, none aro more promi
nent than severe sickness. Tho
young mother vividly remembers
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy cured her of croup, and in
turn administers it to hor own off
spring and always with the best re
sults. For sale by all dealors. Bon
son, Smith Ss Co., Agents for tho
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith fc Co.,
For Mouldings, Frames, Pastels, Arto
types, Photogravures, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Bros., Hotel street.
HEKEHY GIVEN THAT
it Co.. (I.'dl. a Oortmru-
lion oi unmet! iiaumty, was organized un
der the Laws of this kingdom on October
1, IK).!. Thu following Oillcers wore
H. It. Macfarlano . President,
E. 0. Macfarlano Vice-President,
0. M. White Secretary & Treasurer,
F. Wundenbcrg . Auditor.
Said Corporation has acquired the wine
and spirit business heretofore carried on
by Macfarlano it Co. at No. 12 Kaahumanu
street, in Honolulu, and will continue thu
same at thu sauiu place. The assets and
liabilities of Macfarlano it Co. have been
... .... .. .... .... " . i
taKcn over and assumed by said Corpora-
tlon. C. M.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1802.
NOTICE IS HEKEHY
given that the fnllow
sug described Animals will
be sold at l'ubllu Auction,
on SATURDAY, Oct. 22.
18!)2, at 12 o'clock noon, at thu Government
round at .mukiki;
1 Gray Maro, no brand.
1 Dark Stallion, branded "K"on leftsldo
1 Hlack Horse, 8 legs white, branded
"EH" on right hind leg.
1 Hay Maro, both hind legs whito, brand
ed "OOxOI'l" on right hind leg.
df- Owners of the abovo Animals must
send in thoir claims within IS days, other
wise thoy will be sold on tho dato abovo
named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Oct. 12, 18!)2. 515-2t
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION 1
rpiIE REGULAR MONTHLY MEET--L
ing of the Fire Police will bo held
THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, Oct. 11th,
at thoir New Hall, comor Hotel and Fort
streets, at 7 o'clock sharp. The attendance
of every member Is requested.
LADIES GOLD WATCH AND
Chain. Suitable reward will bo nalil
to ilndor. II. RKNJES.
Picture Frames made to order from
iMtest Styles of Mouldings, Innova
tion of Old Pictures a specialty at King
Bros., Hotel street.
' I have been a great
sufferer from Asth
ma and Severe Colds
every Winter, and last Fall my
friends as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress from constant cough
ing, and inability to raise any of the
accumulated matter from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Syrup. I am con
fident it saved my
life. Almost the first
dose gave me great
relief anda gentle re
freshing sleep, such asl had not had
for weeks, My cough began immedi
ately to loosen and pass away, and
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health aud weight. I am pleased
to inform thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschee's
German Syrup C. B. Sticknby,
Pictou. OntJiio." O
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of Mr. K, D. Tenney, Executor,
and William 0. Smith, 13ii., Administra
tor with Will Annexed of tho Estate of
Parker X. Makec, deceased, I will sell at
On MONDAY, Oct. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK N00N.
At my Salesroom, Honolulu,
Fifty-eight and One-half Shares
of the Stock of the Wai-
hee Sugar Co,
Of tho Par Value of $1000 per Share.
- TERMS GASH!
For further particulars inuuiioof
E. D. Tennov. or W. O. Smith.
Honolnlu.'Oct. 10, 1KU.
Jas. IF1. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
On THURSDAY, Oct. 13th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On the Premises, WAIKIKI VILLA, I will
sell at Public Auction tho
Large 2-Story Wooden Building
Latclv occupied as tho Main Dwelling
House of the Wuiklki Villa.
Also, Stables, Etc.
& Duilding to be removed within 10
days from date of sale.
Sf TERMS CASH!
Jas. F. Morgan,
rpHE ItOYAI. HAWAIIAN HOTKLCO.
JL has leased the propcrtv belonging to
A. Herbert, Es.i in Walklki, which for
the present, will be open to the public as
an annex of tho Hotel, and will bo known
as tho "Hotel Park Annex." Desldcs the
main house there aio Thrco Cottages ad
mirably adapted for families:
1 Tho "Windmill Cottago" containing 0
Rooms, Kitchen aud Lauai.
2 The "Green Cottago" containing Par
lor, 4 lied Koiiiiih, Kltuhon, Pantrv, Jtath
8 The "Seaward Cottage" with 1 Good
Itooms aud a Drcssiui; ltoom.
All tho Cottages aio well-appointed In
Furniture. Fittings, etc., and tenants will
be entitled to bathing privileges. The sea
bathing being unsurpassed on tho Island.
The Main lluildlug will he reserved for
the uso of the miontti of tho Hotel, hut It
may bo rented for Picnics, llathlng Par
ties, Dinners and Dances, etc., for all which
purposes it oilers exceptional advantages.
A charge of Twenty-live (,$M) Dollars will
bo made for tho uso of tho Houso and
Grounds Including Dathlug, Lights, etc.;
prepayment is required for Intended uso of
the Main Building anil Grounds.
W- For further partieuluis application
should he made to the Manager of the
Itoyal Hawaiian Hotel. rU7-tf
Win. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Claus Spreckels, .... Vice-President
W. M. Gitlard, Secretary and Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FKAN01BC0, OAL.
Monarch a Dailies
THE SAN FRANCISCO
HAS ESTABLISHED THK.
WHICH OKI KHS OIM'OIITUMTIKS TO
The Residents of Hawaii
For tho Purchase of Goods In the
Markets San Francisco
Wo Can Buy Goods
Lower than the Lowest Market Price !
No matter what you want. We
Watches, Jewelry, Sllvorwaro,
Household Articles, Furniture,
Musical Instruments, Carpet,
Groceries, Doggies, Harness.
Dres Goods, Roots, Shoes,
Wearing Apparel, Etc., Etc.,
MytUmr Unfler thi Si !
At Astonishingly Cloe Figures.
tX If-' you arc in need of anything
from this City, write us and we will quote
you prices on it, and, if tho prices suit,
you can forward us the CiimIi to make tho
Don't be backward about asking us con
cerning what you want.
Experienced and Careful Buyers
Are in charge of this Department and
they are at your service.
Write for Information! Get Acquainted
with Our Methods !
We can save you money by executing your
tSf" Address all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - - - U. S. A.
To Lot or Lease.
rpwt) NICELY FUH
X nishe.1 Itooms, cen
tnillv located. Inquire at
Bulletin Oillcc. 353-tf
lUVAL PllEMISES, .11 A ."'Vl v
" lieictania street, op- OrrffoCjJi.
ito Fort stieet church. i ;., siM
..i-IHii.Y iu it. j. mi. jilt-., "--CSwi
,ih.'-tf At Tlieo. II. Davies A. Co.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
roonib, ou Magazine
street, with Bathroom, p.it
..4 r I .f.. (' ....lu
Ulll , . V, UII.I V Vlllllll.lll.- - M ' -
one of the llnest view, in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVAS.
rpiIE COTTAGE ON UK
X letauia stieet No. V),
northwest corner on mauka
sido of road, contalulmr S
Rooms, lie-ides Bathroom, Kitchen, Pan
try, etc. Tramwav cars passing. Apply to
f!0-8t ' II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
A NICK COTTAGE ON
Dcrctania Htreet, near
Piikoi stieet, containing
Pallor. 2 Jlcdiooms. Bath
room. Dluimiroom. Pantrv and Kitchen.
Servant 's room , Carriage Houso, Stablo, etc.
Tramcais pass every !i0 minutes. Apply ut
otllco of tins paper. -Jati-tf
FOB. BALE or LEASE
X Premises lately occu
pied by Mr. E. Suhr, will
bo for sale or lease at rea
sonable nrico or rental. Tho Grounds con
tain a variety of Fruit aud Ornameutul
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furuislicd with modern Improvements aud
conveniences, ltoomy Barn and a 2-Itoom
Cottago for servants. For further pnrtlcu-
lars, apply to
and Steam Navigation
LOST OB MISLAID
CEItTIFIOATE NO. 11(1 FOB TWKNTY
Shares Mutual Telephone Stock,
standing In tho name of George C. Beck
loy. Transfor has been stopped. Finder
will please return to
B3-2v Or to Wilder A: Co.
LOST OB MISLAID
CEHTIFIOATE NO. 1S1 FOB TWKNTY
Shares Mutual Telephone Stock,
standing In tho mime of (', U. Judd.
Transfer has been stopped. Finder will
please return to
F. M. SWANJCY,
At tho ofllce of T. II. Davies A Co.
rpiIK LEASE OF THE SHOOTING ON
X. thoAhupuaa of Mapulohu. Molokai,
Is for dispo-.nl. Apply to tho undersigned.
f-lw A. MOUltlT..
Messrs. Jung Bros, are showing a fine
line of Bamboo and other style Parlor
Easels, Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet tlte times.
Temple of Fashion
GREAT -EXCITEMENT FOR
Tlxe lExrtire Stools, of
Laces, Ribbons, Gloves, . . .
Ladies' Jackets, Blouses,
5 In Pact Everything in the Taney Goods Line
will be on Sale THIS WEEK.
Prices Out In Half ! No Reserve !
H- LADIES DO NOT
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Oiarxirxiins ZBloolc, Iori Street.
H. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanitas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETC., ETC, ETC,, ETC.
113 & 115 Fort St.,
MISS THE CHANCE ! -Sgfi
Tenxpl of" Faslxion..
Honolulu, H. I,
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