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H?f& HEALTH NOTICE.
Tho Hoard ol Health has directed lis
AgontB to mako n special inspection of
houses nml iircmi.ea in tho City of Hono
lulu with a view ol nutting the Mime in n
gooil Miiiltiiry condition, nml the puGllc
aro thereforu requested
1. To render nil nssistnnco possible to
tho Agents of tho Hoard of llcnlth.
2. To oliey tho instructions of tiio
3. To put drains, cesspools privy-vnults
and otlior reecptaclos of rofuso in n good
" 4. To have nil garbage and other decay
ing refuso promptly removed, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected,
Uy order of tho Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 181)2. 530-1 It
PRO CLAM ATION.
Uy virtue of authority given by an Act
of tho Legislative Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent tho Infection of Cholera in
the Hawaiian Islands, approved on the 27th
day of September, 18U2, nml upon the re
commendation of the Hoard of Health, I
do hereby declare all Ports of Kntry in this
Kingdom, excopting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
notice. K. 0. MACFAKLANK,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1802. MtJ-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and the scarcity
of water in the Government Reservoirs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock A. m.,
nnd 5 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WH1TK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. N. SrENcr.n,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 5, 1892.
Foreign Office Notice.
Honolulu, Oct. 11, 1892.
Mr. J. II. MAHOLM lias been appointed
Her Hawaiian Majesty's Vice Consul-General
for the Pacific Slope, States of Califor
nia, Nevada, Oregon and Washington, at
San Francisco. 51(1 3t 12 It
1 WA IU iH rfuJWlttb "" -r ?
Owing to the dronghtwuid (scarcity of
water, the residents mauka of Judd street
are requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. i, lt!2. M5-tf
Mr. EDWAUD KUAPUHI has this day
been appoinfed an Agent to Grant Mar
riage Licenses for the District of Hanalei,
Island of Kauai.
CHAS. T. GULIC'K,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oilice, Oct. 13, 1W12. .IIT-Iit
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Stct nor Party,
But Kstahlhhed for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, OCT. 1.1, 1892.
Tho Liberal is still vexing its ten
der soul over tho authorship of this
paper's editorials. If that curious
shoot's views wero of any import
ance, wo should feel flattered by its
concern. As all tho clover writers
on tho Liberal whon it started have
loft it, perhaps tho Liberal is only
on a still hunt for talent.
Mr. Brown's complaint on behalf
of himsolf and fellow-jurymen is a
rather sorious ono. Jurymen can
not bo expected to bring their best
judgment to boar on a case, amidst
conditions of not nioroly discomfort
but absolute punialiMipiit, Tho nirtt-
ter having boon brought to tho at
tention of tho Judiciary, it is not
likely thoro will bo similar cause of
complaint again given.
It seoms to bo necessary again to
state that tho Bulletin is not tho
organ of tho present, nor has it boon
that of any other, administration.
This is an independent nowspapor
published by a corporation chart -orod
under tho laws before this Min
istry or tho preceding ono had an
oxistonco. Tho Govormnont cannot
bo held to account for any tiling
that appears in this paper outside
of tho official column.
Ono of tho peculiarities of tho
presidential contest this yoar is its
quietness. Party rallies that aro in
tended to bo tho biggest over hold
turn out to have a ridiculously
small attendance. As tho word was
given out to tho Republicans direct
ly after tho national convention, to
"forco tho fighting all along tho
lino," tho protracted dearth of enthu
siasm does not bode woll for tho suc
cess of the Republicans.
Mr. Peek, n woll-Unown stntisii
cinn, issued suggostivo figures in this
year's report tif tho Massachusetts
Bureau of Statistics of Labor. Tho
report "indicates that while, for tho
ten yonrs from 1875 to 1885, tho
value of goods niado and work dono
in tho manufacturing establishments
reporting their condition showed an
average increase of 3J percont a year,
tho increaso for tho MeKinloy
period, tho year 18511, was only 1.311
percent." Mr. Peck is n Republican
and, while wrangling was at its
height over his figures, ho has been
arrested on tho charge of burning
tho public documents under his
care, on which his famous report
has been based. Tho penalty for tho
offense is five years' imprisonment,
or a line of .?5lXK), or both. Tho
Democrats are making tho most out
of Peck's unfortunate position.
If tho" report that comes from
Cincinnati is true, tho United States
market for any foreign sugar will bo
closed in a few years. It is reported
that a land syndicate, formed of
capitalists in Cincinnati, Philadel
phia and Now York with "no bonds
to lloat, no stock to soil, no mort
gages to negotiate" is pushing tho
greatest irrigation sohomo North
America has over seen. Tho com
pany has secured, at a fow cents an
acre, a tract of land on tho St. Johns
and Indian rivors, oighty-thrco
miles long and from threo to six
miles wide. It has throe feet of
rich muck and, it is estimated, will
bo worth S100 an acre whon drained.
Plans aro being prepared to drain
it in sections, so that part of it will
bo available for planting noxt
spring. Tho cost is estimated at
1,000,000, and two years tho time
necessary to comploto tho entire
work. It is believed that on this re
claimed swamp enough sugar cane
can bo raised to supply tho whole of
Neil Ploronco, business agent of
tho "Whito Squadron" company,
hired a band of hoodlums to hiss
tho American flag in tho course of
tho play, and then tear it down from
tho door of tho Queen's theater,
Montreal. "When they had executed
tho contract tho whole thing was bo
lioved to bo a spontaneous outburst
of popular feeling, and tho incident
was published from tho Atlantic to
tho Pacific. A detective investigated
tho case and procured a confession
from tho agent of his dastardly
trick. Tho United States Cousul
Genoral was thereto ro in a position
to explode tho whole sensation, by a
telegram to tho Stato Department in
answer lo its enquiry into tho inci
dent. Whon the detective went to
look for Ploronco, to bring him bo
fore tho Consul-Goneral, he was
found tohavo loft tho city. Tho
manager telegraphed tho proprietors
of tho company in Now York, ad
vising thorn to withdraw the plaj' at
once. A more villainous adveitising
dodge was hardly over porpot rated,
and tho disaster to its author in con-
scquouco was well deserved. The
incident of insults to tho ilag might
have been serious if its bogus char
acter had. not been quickly revealed,
as it came in tho midst of tho inter
national friction on tho canal matter.
A Juror's Complaint.
I should like to call tho attention
of tho.io "whom it may concern," to
something that I think needs attend
ing to at once. I was drawn on a
juay to try a cortain land ojoctmont
case. Tho trial lasted about two
days. At tho close of tho trial, tho
jury wore escorted into a small room
within the Govormnont building,
that I understand is used for that
purpose. It was my first appoaranco
there. Whon I arrived, I found that
thoro w.'is not accommodation enough
for tho members of tho jury, all to
sit down, unless thoy made uso of a
dirty table, as chairs wore not suffi
cient, and furthermore everything in
tho room was covered with dust and
dirt. Tho sill of tho window had
boon used as a spittoon, and was in
a filthy condition, and tho effluvium
from same was very much like what
is encountered whon one passes to
leeward of a pig pen.
Souio of the members of tho jury
found a door unlocked, leading on
to n vermidnh. It was opened, and
some of tho members took advantage
of going out of tho pig pon to got a
breath of fresh air. We woro soon
discovered, however, and driven back,
and tho door looked on us, and wo
woro loft to broil and fumo in tho
aforomontioued pig pon,
As ono of tho jurymou I wish hero
to protest against being treated in
such a manner. If wo aro drawn on
a jury as people of "intolligonco,"
wo wish to bo treated as such, and
have better quartors allotted to us
than spoken of say, largor, cloanor
and with hotter ventilation, with ac
commodation for sitting. I for ono
should like to bo loft out of serving
on juries, from this time on, unless I
am treated with tho respect duo to
an "intelligent" ihan lit to servo on
a jury. Pjiank Biiown.
Oct. 13, 185)2.
Among tho iucidouts of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as our
memory reverts to tho days whon wo
wero young, none aro more promi
nent than sovoro sickness. Tho
young mothor vividly remembers
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy cured her of croup, and in
turn administors it to her own oll'
spring and always with tho best re
sults. Por sale bv all dealors. Bon-
1 sou, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
I Hawaiian Islands.
Wki.nk.suav, Oct. 12, 185)2.
Tho Assembly reconvened from
recess at 1:115 o'clock and discussion
of tho motion to defer consideration
of the amendments to tho Constitu
tion was continued. On motion
argument was deferred until noxt
A report previously submitted, of
tho committee on Public Lands, otc.
on appropriations for roads and
bridges and which partitions a sum
total of 130,000 was :.-l:oii from tho
table and approved; the itoius to bo
inserted in tho Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Koahou moved to insert a
now item in tho Bill, viz.,pay deputy
Shoritr Central llilo $11.10. Lost.
On motion Section 1 of the Ap
propriation Bill was ordered to bo
Section 2 of tho Bill camo up and
it and Section 1 woro referred to
tho Minister of Pinanco for examin
ation. Bill 12Ga. rolatiim to tho opening,
closing and improving of highways,
came up on second reading, and wa3
considered section by section.
Tho bill contains 18 sections and
tho reading, with attendant motions
and but littlo debate, occupied tho
nttoution of tho llouso until 4:15
o'clock, whon adjournment was had.
TmmsiuY, Oct. 13, 185)2.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock for prayor after which tho
minutes of previous meeting wero
read and approved.
Under suspension of the rules Rep.
Smith presented a petition from pro
minent Chinese residouts against tho
Lottery Bill. To Committee on Lot
tery. Noble Baldwin from tho Pinanco
Committee reported on Bill 80 relat
ing to an act to consolidate and
amend tho laws relating to internal
taxes and especially relating to two
wheoled vehicles. The committeo
sav that tho subject matter of the
bill is covered by the general tax law
now before tho House and thoy
therefore recommend that tho bill
bo indefinitely postponed.
After but littlo argument tho re
port of tho committeo was adopted.
Rep. Smith rose and stated that
ho was tempted to resign from his
committees; it was very hard work
to get members present so as to got
committee work dono. Ho thou
presented a report from tho Judi
ciary Committee on tho treason law
and offered a substitute bill tho pro
visions of which wore in accord with
the United States law. Tho report
was accepted and now bill ordered
President Walker stated that if
thoro was not more committee work
dono thoro would bo nothing for tho
Houso to go on with.
Rep. Smith desired to givo public
notico that there would bo a moot
ing of tho Judiciary Committee at
his office at 7 o'clock this evening.
Noble Marsdon said that he, also,
could join in tho general cry of lack
of attendance at committees. Ho
was chairman of sovoral but, al
though ho was loaded with promises
of members to bo p.." sent, tlioy very
rarely materialized. Ho gloated
over tho opportunity which now pre
sented itself, it was an opportunity
such as ho had wailed for in ijrini
patience for mairy days and ho
would now unfold tho plan of a ter
rible revenge which ho had treasured
up to got even on recalcitrant committee-men
and ho would now, that
ho saw a majority of members of tho
Labor Committee presout, including
fho will-o'-tho-wisp member from
tho 3rd district, move that tho Sor-goant-at-Arms
bo instructed to close
tho doors, forbid tho exit of any
member, and that tho Houso ad
journ and attend to committee work.
(Laughter and applause.)
After two votes woro taken tho
motion was declared lost.
Noble Williams from tho Printing
Committee reported Bills 1uTa, 189,
15)1, 15)2, 15)3 printed and ready for
At 10:15 on motion tho Order of
tho Day was brought up and the
following bills woro considered on
Bill 13(5, to allow lepers and ko
kuas to build on lands belonging to
tho Board of Health at Mololtai. A
report of tho Sanitary Committee
was road, recommending that tho
bill bo laid on tho table. Report of
committee adopted and bill tabled.
Bill 77, to authorize tho Minister
if Iiiinrior to yr.int lhuuitioit to na
tive Hawaiians to practice medicine.
Roport of Sanitary committee re
commending thnt tho bill bo tabled,
was road and adooted.
Bill 127, providing that tho Min
ister of tho Interior bo ox-oflieio
President of tho Board of Health,
was road in connection with roport
from tho Sanitary committeo. On
motion tho bill and roport woro
mado tho spooinl ordor of tho day
for noxt Tuesday,
Bill 5)7, to hotter dofino amide
claro tho practice in trials by jury,
was road in connection with report
of tho Judiciary committeo thereon.
On motion tho bill was considered
section by section.
Sections 1 to fi passed as in tho
bill. Soction G was struck out.
Extended dobato was hod on section
7 ((5) and ponding action thereon tho
Assembly at 12:02 took recess until
1:30 p. in.
Thorn's a tadnes in hor sadness whon tho'a
And a loudness in her gladncsu when cIio'h
lint tho hiulncss of hor muIucsh
And tho gladness of bur gladness
Arc not in it with hor nindiicss when uliu's
"Doctor," eaitl thu friontl, stopping
him on tho stroot, "what do you tnko
for a heavy cold?" "A foo," ropliod
tho doctor, softly, and so passed oil,
Here is something from Mr.Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lcwiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and are not slow in sizing people
nnd things up for what they are
worth. He says that he has lost a
father and several brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
nnd is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Conaumptionhis stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen 1 "I
use nothing but Boschee's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred ditTeient per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the market."
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On Friday, Oct. 1-3 tn
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At niv Salesroom, Queen street, I will sell
lit i'ltbllc Auction, the Utiluncu oi
Furnituie ol the
CVnyirising in part:
One Square Piano
Henry Ward Maker;
Single lieiUtends, Mnttrnus,
Ash Iiedrooiu Sets,
1 Fine Cherry Bedroom Set,
Tallies, Chairs, Carpets, llug,
One Flue Combination Kitchen Table!
Ktc, Etc., Kte.
All to bo Sold at any Price.
Royal Hawaiian Opera House.
Under the Direction of Mr. L. J. Levey.
Tho Musical Event of thu Year. As
Artist nnd Virtuoso stands alone.
The World-renowned Violinist.
ANN1P. LOUISE TANNER,
The Gifted Soprano.
The Distinguished Pianist.
With the Assistance of tho
110YAL, HAWAIIAN HAND
ONE GRAND CONCERT
On arrival of S. S. "Mnripo-.i" if sullicient
seats are taken in advance.
BJtp- The llox Plan for Reserved Seats
is now open at L. J. Lovoy's, and tiekels
will ho issued mlv on arrival of steamer.
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY I
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Dramatised and mlnptutl for the stiiHu by
D. M. Cuoiw.KY, to bu pruMintul in English
by n company of Natlvo liiiwniians
On SATURDAY EYENING, October 22d,
Will bo produced a Drama in
Twc Acts, entitled:
"The "Wooing of Kaala!"
Kamehameha I Thu Conijueror
Keeaumoku His Counsellor
Keaulumoku Thu Seer
Kaaiiilli Chief of Kohala
Muilou .A Cliiof of Lanal
Papaluu A Priest
Upunui... -' Father of Ktiuln
John Yoiinj; A Foreigner
Kulamu , A Chief of Oahu
.Tho l'lower of Lanai
Friend of Kuala
. .Daughter of Kalama
Queen of Kumuhamuhu
Soldiers, Kahili Doarors, Attendants, Etc.
Sceno: Laiiat and Oahu; Porlod 1795.
A Musical Interlude by (lie Company,
' A NI(jUt at the Great Volcano of Kilauea 1 '
Showing 15 Views of Earth's Inferno,
To conclude with a Historical Drama in
Ono Act, untitled:
"Kapiolanl Defying the Goddess Pele I "
Characters by the Company.
A wit of Iteallhtiu Scenery lias been
specially designed and painted by 1'ieor.
HuTl'JiKCUT for tbeso ropiesontatloiii.
Usual Prlcos of Admission.
liox I'lim will bo open at Ixivey's
on Monday, Oct. 17th, at t) o'clock a, m.
L. KONG- FEE,
Fort street, noxt to Club Stables,
" Lately Oulter and JIanager of Cloo
Kim t Co. Guarantees (iood Fit and Itea
sonuhlo 1'rieos. Patronage, bolicitod.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. At.,
At the Hesldonco of S. W. I.KDKUKH,
Kbo.., Fort street, I will sell tit
Tho : Entiro : Household : Furnlturo,
CoinprlilnB In part
t SQUARE PIANO,
I.iirco Center nnil Sofn Hugs,
ft-light Clmnilellers, I.nnips,
Wicker Rockers, Easy Chairs,
11. V'. 1'iiliolslercil Lounges,
1 HAXDSOMB CA11VKI)
B. W. BEDROOM SET,
Siirlng nnd Ilnlr MiittresSo,
Single nnd Double ItcilstcniK
Child's Crib & Mattresses,
It. W. Onico Tabic,
11. W. Wnrdrobo,
Oak Sideboard, Dining Table
1 Ki:V OA1C IIKFWOIOUATOK,
1 New Empress Stove & Utensils,
Ferns & Palms,
Sf Premises open for inspection on
Tuesday, Oct. ISth, from 0 a. m. till S i i.
lines 4 Liquors
lly order of Mraww. H. HACKFELD A-
CO. I will sell at Public Auction,
at my Salesroom,
On SATURDAY, Oct. 15tli,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
An Assortment of Wines and Liquors,
IRISH k, SCOTCH WHISKIES,
PORT & SHERRY WINES,
CLARET it RH1NEWINE,
MINERAL WATERS, Etc., Etc.
SW Several consignments
closed out at this Sale.
Mares & Colts !
AT Vi O'CLOCK
At.l. I. Dows-oll'.s Stables,
will sell at Public
Queen street, I
20 Head of Henn& Colts
Some llrokcn to HiirimvM. Also,
1 Sorrel Mare
ltroken to Harness,
1 LACOi: HAY CAIIKIACH 1I01ISK,
1 CARUIAOK 1IOUHK,
1 CONCOltD y-SHAT WAQON.
F.to., Ktc., Ktc.
AUCTrOBT SALE OF
Uy ordor of Mr. K. I). Timnoy, Kxecntor,
and Wllllum O. Smith, Ksii., Administra
tor with Will Annexed of ho Kstato of
l'nrlcer N. Mnkee, deceased, I will hell lit
On MONDAY, Oct. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Honolulu,
Fifty-eight and One-half Shares
of the Stock of the Wai-
hee Sugar Co.
Of tho I'nr Value of 1 1000 per Sharo.
tm- TKHMH CASH!
IV For further particular inquire of
K. D. Touney, or W. O. Smith.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, lbHA
Jas. IF1. IMorgan,
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will oell at tho Very Lowest
Market Hates for Cash.
Bell 414 - - TELEPHONE - Mutual 19
C3-IR, .A. 1T ID
Temple of Fashion
GREAT EXCITEMENT FOR
Tixis "V7"ee3x: I
Tlie Entire Stock, of ,
Laces, Ribbons, Gloves,
Ladies' Jackets, Blouses,
EE In Fact Everything in the Fancy Goods Line
will be on Sale THlS "WEEK.
Prices Cut In Hall ! Ma Reserve !
SS2T LADIES DO NOT
PACIFIC M1BWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block, Ifort Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanitas,
Bromo-Cfaloralum, Carbolic Acid,
113 & 115 Fort St., -
MISS THE CHANCE ! "ft
Temple of Fa-sliioxi.
Honolulu, H. I.
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