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Foreign Ofllco Notice.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1892.
This day hnrt niidienco ol tlio Queen ;
Monsieur A. Vlrzitvona, Acting Com
missioner niul Consul of Kraiieo.
The Hlglil llcvcrcnd Uulstnu Rupert,
Bishop of Vanopolls, Vicar Apostolic S.
I., and the following members of his
Tlio Very Hoverend Father l.eonor Tone
Hnal, ltev. Folhor Matthias,
ltev. Father Clement,
llov. Kntlier "Victor,
ltev. Father Vnlcntin.
To which audience Monsieur A. Vizza
vona was introduced by His Kcolloncy
Hon. Samuel Parker, Her Majesty's Min
ister of Foreign All'airs, Monsieur Vbza
vona presenting the Klght Hoverend IHs
hop, who then presented tlio clergy.
On his presentation to the Queen tho
Hlght Hoverend lllsliop addressed Her
Majesty in Hawaiian, a translation of
which is as follows:
"Most Ekck.li.knt Queen:
"You have heard of my having been
chosen by His Holiness Popo I,eo X1I1. to
succeed the mni'li loved lllsliop Hermann
who has departed this life. This day, 1
appear as Your humble servant to pay my
respects to You Our much loved Queen. I
will endeavor to follow the footsteps of my
predecessors, ivlicin ere much venerated for
their great love for the Chiefs of these
Islands, for their fidelity to this nation, so
full of kindness and gentleness.
"This will be Your humble servant's
motto and alo that of my Clergy: Love
and loyalty to the Queen and the People.
For twonty-tlve years 1 have lived here
and I have always striven to follow in this
patli of duty, and 1 havo great hopo that
with tho help of God Almighty I shall
continue in this path for the remainder of
my life in this world. I pray God to pro
long tho days of our much loved Queen."
Her Majesty was pleased to reply as fol
"MoNSKIONKUIt, THE UlSIIOl- OK 1 VNOI'OLIS:
"I welcome you, Monseigneur, to-day as
a most worthy and estimable successor to
your predecessor the late Bishop of Olbu,
whose summons to the Eternal Home
caused great grief to Myself and My peo
ple. While his memory will always bo ro
vered by Us all for his faithful and untir
ing labors in the cause of Christianity,
education and loyalty to the Throne, Wo
cannot forget that you, Monseigneur, as
Father Gulstan Roport, was ever ono of his
most carneBt and diligent co-laborers, and
one who for many years has brought him
self very close to Our hearts by leading Us
onwards in the paths of educational and
religious progress. We have sincere pleas
ure in regarding you as an old friend, and
are much gratified that it has pleated the
Head of your Church to recognize your
fidelity, zeal and discretion in promoting
you to be the spiritual head of a consider
able and influential portion of Our people.
We can confidently rely upon you, Mon
seigneur, to foster tho interests of Our
Kingdom by instructing the people to res
pect tho Laws of God and of Society. It is
the happy privilege of My Kingdom that
the true spirit of Christian charity and
tolerance pervades tho several bodies ec
clesiastical into which tho worshippors of
the Saviour are divided throughout the
Universe, and I feel assured, Monseigneur,
thot you will continue to aid in preserving
that Christian spirit, and so bring upon
your spiritual and temporal labors the
blessings of tho Almighty nnd Omnipotent
God and the affectionate gratitude and es
teem of Myself and My people."
Her Majesty was attended on this occa
sion by H. It. H. Prince Kawananakoa,
His Excellency Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Gov
ernor of Oahu; His Honor Hon. A. F.
Judd, Chancellor and Chief Justice of tlio
Kingdom: His Excollency Hon. Samuel
Parker, Minister of Foreign Atfairs; His
Excellency Hon. Chas. T. Gulick, Minister
of tho Interior; His Excellency Hon. l'aul
Neumann, Attornoy-Qeneral; Hon. J. S.
Wolkor, President of the Legislature; Mrs.
A. F. Judd, Mrs. Chas. T. Gulick, Mrs.
Paul Neumann, Mrs. J. S. Walker, Major
James W. Robertson, Her Majesty's Cham
berlain; Colonels tho Honorablcs 0. P.
Iaukea and John Richardson, Jos. Holo
luho, Adjutant of tho Household; and Mrs.
0. B. Wilson and Mrs. 0. H. Clark, Ladies-in-waiting.
050 It 13 It
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Ilatos, are hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and tho (.carcity
of water in the Government Reservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 6 to 0 o'clock p. v., until furthor notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Ciias. T. Gulick,
Minister of the Interior,
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. 15, 189.!.
RO CL AM ATION,
v? By virtue of authority given by an Act
of the Legislative Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent tho Infection of Cholera in
tho Hawaiian Iblands, approved on tho 27th
day of September, 1802, and upon the ro
commendation of tho Hoard of Health, I
do hereby declaro all Ports of Entry in this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
notice. E. 0. MACKAKLANE,
Minister of Finance
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 16!f- 638-tf
Mwsiw. J. AV. LUNING, J. K. NA
KOOKOO, JOSIAH KANAE KAUPJJ
and AHTHUHM. BHOWN havo this day
been appointed Notaries Public for the
First Judicial District of tho Kingdom.
OHAB. T. GULIOK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllco, Oct. 15, IKK!.
Tommy Say, paw, Mr. Potts lost
tho use of his eyesight for near an
hour last night. Mr. Figg Why, I
never hoard of that, How did it
happen! Tommy Tlio 'loctrio lights
vent out. Indianapolis Journal.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Put Established for the lienefit of All,
MONDAY, OCT. 17, 1892.
Tho Noblo voters of tho Inland of
Oahu on tho 1th inst., by an over
whelming majority, declared their
confidonco in tlio present Cabinet.
xVny Noblo for this island, therefore,
who votes against the Ministry voles
directly ngniuM the wishes of his
constituents and tho part- that
oalod him. It is the duty of each
of them, no matter what his private
feelings may be, to register his vote
in accordance with tho emphatically
declared wishes of his constituents.
Tech is not a Republican. Ho did
not furnish figures to tho Massachu
setts Bureau of Labor Statistics.
What was printed in these columns
tho other day was orroneous, through
tho misreading of tho opening sen
tence of an item in an American
journal. The statistics from the
Bureau were correctly given, but
they do not belong to Peck. That
gentleman is between two iiros now,
for burning up the documents on
which his own statistics woro based.
Tho Democrats are down on him for
all his boasting of indopendonco,
and parading of his statistics to tho
injury of their and his party. Tlio
Republicans denounce him for his
cowardly and criminal destruction
of tho documents. His figures show
entiroly opposite effects of tho tariff
from those of tho Massachusetts
Bureau. Tho lattor do not mako a
favorable showing for tho McKiuloj'
Mr. C. A. Brown, tax assossor-in-chief
for Oahu, is making as un
seemly an exhibition of conduct, on
the part of a Government official, as
has over been witnessed. Ho has
taken a number of members of tho
Legislature in tow, and is pulling
wires for all he is worth, to defeat
tho Ministry. His example if gener
ally followed by public servants,
would reduce tho whole civil service
to a don of tricksters and traitors,
and mako politics a perpetual scram
ble for spoils. Mr. Brown is roputod
to bo burning with ambition to bo
Minister of Finance. The country
does not want any Minister who is
unfaithful and disloyal to his superi
ors in a subordinate position. Mr.
Brown is not paid for political in
trigue and meddling with legisla
tors. Hawniians who value tho in
dependence of their country are
warned against playing into Mr.
Brown's hands. Although his vanity
impels him to seek the honors and
emoluments of high office, this is
not his chief motive in trying to got
into a ministerial chair. Ho is ready
to sell tho indopendonco of tho
country for a song, in order to make
a fort uno out of a land deal at tho
proposed site of a United States
Judge Bickorton presided at tho
session of tho jury torm this morn
ing, owing to tho absonco of tho
Chief Justice at tho Palace.
A Hawaiian jury disagreed on
Saturday in tho ejectment case of
Kawai K. Goorgo vs. Hanakaulani
Holt. Hartwoll for plaintiff; Rosa
for defendant. Tho jury woro out
3 hours and 35 minutes, but could
not got nearer agreement than seven
In tho five cases against H. P.
Poor, charged with ombozzlomont,
tho Court bust ained tho motion of
defendant to quash tho indictment,
on tiio giound that thoro is no such
office as Attornoy-Gonoral ad interim.
Tho full text of tho banco decision
on this motion appears elsewhere.
I1 oroign jury cases aro on to-uay.
Tho Queen vs. Kamimura Kin
taro. Malicious injur and mischiof.
Appeal from Ewa Polico Court.
Bail bond is forfeited for non-ap-poaranco.
Rosa with prosecution;
Katie for dofondant.
Tho Queen vs. Ah San. Maintain
ing lottery bcliomo. Appeal from
Honolulu Polico Court. Nollo pro
sequi ontorod. Smith for defen
dant. Tho Queen vs. Goorgo Rose. Lar
ceny, first degree. Now on trial.
Deputy Attorney-General Croighton
for tho Crown ; C. W. Ashford for
Tho accounts of W. P. Allon, ad
ministrator of tho ostato of tho lato
S. G. Wilder, woro approved on
Saturday by Judge Dolo.
Tho Now Church Curb.
Tho granite curb just laid in front
of tho now Central Union Church
on Borotania strejt projects eighteen
inches beyond tho lino of the side
walk beyond. Although the trus
tees of tho church havo shown that
tho curb is on tho surveyed lino,
they aro willing to give tho land if
tho Government will move tho curb
back. Tlio trustees make this pro
position for I ho sake of appearances,
as the projection does not look well,
especially from tho view toward
Chinese ia tho Go.
Wo will rido in Chinese hacks in
future. No white or native hacks
for us. Chinese don't givo away
whoro wo go. X.
It doesn't tako any ability at all
to bo a growlor, Jtam's Horn.
Largo Addition to bo Mado to tho
Mr. William Mutch has drawn tho
plans for a largo wing to bo added
to tho Bornico Baualii Bishop Mu
seum on tho lvainoiiainnna benool
grounds. Tho work of construction
will begin without delay. It will bo
a structure of lyft.xGfift., extending
from tho rear of I ho main building,
at right angles, on Kalihi sido. Thoro
will bo a basomont, containing a
work shop, underneath. An alcove
room and a gallery will bo on tho
first floor. Like tlio main building,
a picture of which has appeared m
tho Bulletin, the wing will bo of
basaltic blocks qua' red on tho
grounds. Tho cost of tho wing will
be ovor $.'30,ttX).
This larco addition to tho Museum
pilo is designed to mako room for a
classification of Polynesian relics by
groups. Hon. 0. 11. Bishop is nego
tiating with institutions in different
foreign parts to secure articlos that
would othorwiso bo forovor lost to
tho groups of islands whoro thoy
originated. The authorities of the
British Musoum are manifesting
great interest in Mr. Bishop's groat
project of a comnleto Polynesian
Museum, and assisting him in ovory
possiblo way to carry out his plans.
It is tho founder's purposo to havo
as comprehensive an exhibit of Poly
nesian relics as ho can obtain. Mr.
Bishop, besides orecting the Museum
and collecting its contonts in soino
cases at largo oxpenso has ondowed
tho institution with the lauds of
Waipio, Hawaii. Designed as a
monument to his lamented spouse,
Princess Bornico Pauahi Bishop,
founder by her will of the Kanioha
moha Schools for Hawaiian Boys and
Girls, this Musoum also realizes a
long-chorished idea of Mr. Bishop
tho collection, preservation and lil
ting exhibition of mementoes of tlio
past ago of Hawaii in particular, and
those of tho othor groups of Poly
nesia in gonoral. It bids fair in its
own way to bo ono of the most re
markable museums of tho world, and
it will always prove ono of tho first
attractions of Honolulu.
Try tho pin puzzle in this issue.
Extra Minco Pios at the "Elite."
A second-hand phaeton is wanted.
Root Beer on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
0. J. McCarthy
street for halo.
lias lots on Liliha
After shaving iibo Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith At Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith S Co.,
Don't miss reading the new double
column advertisement of N. S. Sachs
in this issue.
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
streot, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovoriu &
Bolster, Fort streot.
An official account of the royal
audience to tho Bishop of Panopolis
appears in tho Government columns.
J. "W. Luning, J. K. Nakookoo,
Josiah Kanao Kaupu and Arthur M.
Brown havo boon appointed notaries
Mechanics' Homo, f9 and 61 Hotel
streot. Lodging by day, week
month 23c. and
50c. a night;
and $1.25 a week.
For that full feeling aftor dinner
chow tho "Chuddy" gum. Tho best
gum out! For sale only at "Tho
Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
Littlo Harry Morritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at tho old Union stand.
Merchant street, and will bo glad
to soo his old patrons.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa stroot; opposite the Y. M, C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Office hours, 9 to 12, 2 to -1,
and ovonings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual 682.
Mr. Gladstone's Gingerbread Nut.
The editor of tho Pottery Gazette
says: "Thoro is no doubt, to my
mind, that tho woman who throw
tho gingerbread nut to Mr. Glad
stone did so for 'good luck,' and not
from malice. A friend of mine has
in his family an old china jug,
beautifully decorated, and inscribed
with tho word 'gingorbroad' across
it. It was an old Derbyshire cus
tom to mako presents of these jugs
to your friends on such memorable
occasions as weddincs and othor fes
tivities." Wo do not know about
Derbyshire jugs, but every ono, wo
should havo thought, know that it
is as much the custom in Lancashire
to throw gingorbroad at a popular
or lovou passor-y, as to throw rico
or slippers aftor a newly woddodpair.
Hawarden is near enough to Lan
cashire for Mr. Gladstono and Mrs.
Gladstone to have known this. A
lottor from tho medical man who
know tho unfortunato thrower of the
missile has assured us, in a let tor in
tho Times, with his signature, that
tho gingerbread nut was tho weapon
of zoal, not rago, and tho good wo
man was torribly voxod and annoyed
by the accident that ensued.
A littlo boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near horo, fell against a red
hot stovo and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was terrible, aud it was
thought tho burn was so severe as to
scar tho child for life. I sold tho
lady a bottle of Chamborlain's Pain
Balm, which, aftor greasiug tho soro,
sho applied. It soon removed all
tho fire and eased the pain, and in
ton days tho boy was well, no traco
of tho scar remaining. J. D. Mc
Laren, Koysport, Clinton county, 111.
For sale by all doalors. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
" A LOVE OF A BONNET."
The Newest, Neatest and Nicest
Designs in Paris Millinery,
A Rare Opportunity Offered to the Ladles
Charming Effects In Shape and Color.
Situated as this country is in tho
broad expanse of tho Pacific, with
limited moans of communications,
one would hardly oxpoct to see tho
latest Paris and New York stylos in
all linos of millinery. But seeing is
bolioving, and wo certainly saw now
and bewitching shapes aud designs;
by comparison with the current is
suos of fashion, those dosigns aro
soon to bo "the very latest."
TYPES Or FASHION.
Thoso who wish to familiarizo
thomsolvos with tho prevailing modes
should not fail to inspect tho most
complete and fashionable lino of
artistic Parisian millinery ever ex
hibited horo, before tho assortment
is brokon. Tho fall stylos aro the
acme of loveliness, embodying the
prevailing fashions, and also con
taining the elomont of tho coming
styles. "Coming events cast their
shadows before," and coining stylos
do tho same thing, and this point
has not been overlooked in tho selec
tion of this stock. In Ihis point tho
assortment is complete, not only all
tho present modes represented, but
as time rolls on, tho customer will
bo pleased to seo that tho germ of
tho coming idea is present in hor
" lovo of a bonnet."
Louis XIV. is ono of tho prevail
ing shades, aud for many is just tho
thing. Tho Mephisto and Bat whfgs
with variations aro prevailing fads
in adornmonts for head wear, and
exquisite and unique combinations
can bo obtained.
AN ARTIST NEEDED.
Tho display above montionod is
to bo on exhibition to-morrow at tho
popular dry goods houso of N. S.
Sachs. Miss Aunio Cahill, lato of
Now York and San Francisco, is tho
modisto in ehargo of tho millinery
department, and she certainly dis
plays aptitude and an ability in this
lino of work which is certain to
ploaso tho most fastidious. Every
lady, cannot wear tho same stylo of.
hat or bonnet; and right horo is
whoro tho artistic instinct of tho
modisto is necessary. Different
forms of feature and fad require
different combinations of color in
shape and adaptation. Tho work
must bo adapted to tho woaror, and
this facility of adaptation cannot bo
oasily obtained, and yet juslico can
not bo dono to any, if this point is
lacking. Miss Cahill's oxporionco
fits hor to decide the proper combi
nation for oach one. It is a matter
of groat importance to tho ladies,
yet often ignored.
Among tho special importations to
bo observojd to-morrow woro soon tho
black and white notes and a groat
assortment of appropriate trim
mings, ribbons, plumes, otc, in all
shados and colors, many of which
aro now to bo soon for tho first time
in Honolulu. Tho children have
not boon overlooked, and a pretty
and ploasing assortment of hats for
tho littlo ones may be observed.
Thoy aro perfect gems, tlio work of
skilled designers, and will bo trim
med in tho highest stylo of art.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT.
Ladies who como to-morrow can
havo tho advantage of inspecting
tho comploto lino of shapes aud de
signs, as no hats will bo dolivored
A GENERAL INVITATION.
Mr. N. S. Sachs dosirod to stato
that owing to tho pressure of busi
ness no special invitation cards havo
boon issued this soasou, but a cordial
invitation is extended to all his pat
rons and tho ladios of Honolulu
gonorally, to stop in to-morrow and
examine tho fall aud winter novelties.
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two "ears ha3
been affected with Neuralgia of the
Head, Stomach nnd Womb, and
writes: "My food did not seem to
strengthen me at all aud my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in myfcft side. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a flow of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensations around the heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my feet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
G. G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr, Woodbury, N.J.
By Jos. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho Residence of S. V. IjHDIUUIK,
Kmj., Kurt street, I will sell ut
Tlio : Entire : Household : Furniture-,
Comprising in part
1 SQUARE PIANO,
Largo Center mid Sofa Hugs,
Might Chandeliers, Lumps,
Wicker Rockers, Easy Chairs,
11. W. Upholstered Lounges,
1 HANDSOME CARVED
B. W. BEDROOM SET,
Spring and Hair Mattresses,
Single mill Double liedsteads,
Child's Crib & Mattresses,
15. W. Ofllco Table,
1$. W. Wardrobe,
Oak Sideboard, Dining Table
1 NEW OAK REFRIGERATOR,
1 New Empress Stove & Utensils,
Ferns So Palms,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
HP" Promises open for inspection on
Tuesday, Oct. 18th, from 0 A. m. till 3 r. M.
AUCTION SALE OF
Regan Vapor Launch !
On THURSDAY, Oct. 20th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will sell
at Public Auction
1 REGAN VAPOR LAUNCH
Kood order, with Cushions
and nil Fittings,
The vessel is
Al and nearly new.
t& Tho lloat can be seen at any time
previous to sale. For further particulars
AUOTJ03ST SALE OF
lant at ion Stock
By order of Mr. E. I). Tonney. Executor,
and William 0. Smith, Ksu., Administra
tor with Will Annexed of tho Estate of
Parker N. JIakeo, deceased, I will sell at
On MONDAY, Oct. 24th,
AT VI O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Saiosrooui, Honolulu,
Fifty-eight and One-half Shares
of the Stock of the Wai-
hee Sugar Co.
Of the Par Vnlnu of $1000 per Share
For further particulars immiro of
E. 1). Tommy, or W. 0. Smith.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, lBU.'.
AfOTTAOE ON NUUANU
street, No. UK), Six Itoouis
and a Bathroom. Outhouses.
etc.. nu in goon order. Hunt only f-'u, ni-
cluding witter rates. Aluo u Cottage in tho
reurof above, at $1'-'. Apply at tills olllco.
J. W. GUNST, M. D.
Has removed to Dr. Poole's proinibes and
omce, corner oi riiueuuowi aim jtere
tauiii streets, during Ills absence,
n,, iiniiim. j From 0 to 11:80 a, m.;
omen lloiiiM, t0 5 uml 7 t0 8 r M
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
Hiimo giving instruction in privato
or in ulabsuB, French, Spanish and
Latin. Hosidonco, Alakoa streot,
noar tho Y. M. C. A,
Temple of Fashion
GREAT EXCITEMENT FOR
Tlio Entire Stock of
Laces, Ribbons, Gloves, r
Ladies' Jackets, Blouses,
iiP In Fact Everything in the Fancy Goods Line
will tie on Sale THIS WEEK.
Prices Cut In Hal! ! No Reserve !
B" LADIES DO NOT
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cu.mm.ins' "Block., Fort Street.
II I7i i i " i -
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
PREPARE for CHOLERA
BENSON, SMITH & 00.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Comly's Fluid, Sanitas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
113 & 115 Fort St., -
MISS THE CHANCE ! -fl
Temple of Fa.s3ai.ori..
Honolulu, H. I,