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Uyvlrtue of mtthoilty given by nil Act
of tho Legislative Aombly entitled, An
Act to l'rovent tho Infcotlon of Cholera In
tho Hawaiian Island", approved on the27th
tiny of September, lSirJ, mid upon the re
commendation of tho Hoard of Health, 1
do hereby declure nil Ports of Entry in this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other thnn eoiWliig until further
itleo. E. 0. .I ACFA R I, A X K,
Mlniiter of Finuueir
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 18W
Foreign Oiltco Notico.
Korkiiin OrnrK, I
Honolulu, Oct. i:t, iwcJ. (
It has ilracd Her Majesty the Queen
HON. FRANK S. Pit ATT
to be Her.Consul-Oenernl for the States of
California, Nevada, Oregon and Washing
ton, United States of America,
Minister of Foreign A Hairs.
Owing to tho drought and s-earclty of
water, the residents mauka of .ludd street
nre requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WH1T1-:,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. IS, 1KK2. 5ir-tf
THE MIL! BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor I'arly,
Hut Established for the lienefit of All.
SATURDAY, OCT. 22, 1S02.
Tho Advertiser of Thursday had a
special article '"for transmission
abroad." It was a remarkable pro
duction in tho striking contrast it
presented to steamer day articles on
previous occasions. There was not
a trace of "blue ruin" in it, but on
tho contrary it was tinted all over
with a deep roseate hue. Instead of
tho "great constitutional principle,"
which had just wrecked a Cabinet
and threatened a sorious crisis if tho
Crown would not recognize it, as
paraded only a day bofore by tho
same paper, everything was lovely
in tho state and the Christmas goose
hang from the peak of the rafters.
Tho factions in tho Legislature
which tho Advertiser had formerly
represented as composed of bad and
vile elements, and their Oaliu con
tingent only recently as being re
presentatives of tho "Honolulu
mob," suddenl' became rather
pleasant and really patriotic sots of
fellows. Our contemporary is to bo
congratulated on this proof that it
has still some latont regard for the
good name of the Kingdom abroad.
POLITICS IN THESE DAYS.
Tho concluding words of tho
seventh volume of Mr. Locky's His
tory of the Eighteenth Cent ur (now
edition) contrast tho politics of to
day in England with tho politics of
tho bygone century. Tho picture
drawn has lessons for- people horo
in Hawaii as much as it has in Eng
land. The characterization fits tho
Opposition pretty closohy:
"Tho avowed cynicism, tho disre
gard in foroign politics for the rights
of nations, tho open subordination
of political interests to personal and
family pretensions, tho many forms
of potty corruption which so often
meet us in tho eighteenth century,
have wholly disappeared or greatly
diminished; but another and a not
less dangerous family of vices has
much tondoncy to increase. Cant
and hypocrisy, tho combination of
moan action' and supersaintly pro
fession, tho habitual use of language
that does not represent tho real
sentiments and motives of tho
speaker, tho habit of disguising
part' and porsonal motives under
lofty and high-sounding professions,
tho sacrifice of tho most enduring
interests of the nation for tho pur
pose of raising a popular cry or win
ning immediato applause, the syste
matic subordination of genuine con
viction to popular favor theso aro
some of tho characteristic vices of a
democratic ago. In such an ago tho
demagogue takes tho place of tho
old sycophant. Bribery is applied
not to individuals but to classes.
Dexterous appeals to ignorance, pas
sion, and prejudice become supremo
forms of party management. Ques
tions of vast and dangerous import
are unscrupulously raised for tho
purpose of uniting a party or dis
placing a Government; and a desire
to trim tho bark to ovory gust of
popular favor produces apostaeios,
transformations, and alliance, com
pared with which tho coalition of
Fox and North will appear very
venial. No modern statesman would
attempt to bribe individuals or pur
chase boroughs like Wnlpolu or like
North; but wo have oursolvos seen a
Minister going to tho country on
tho promise that ho would if re
turned to ollico abolish the princi
pal direct tax paid by the class
which had still a decisive influence
in the constituencies. Irish politics
have long since ceased to bo con
ducted by ennobling boroughmon
gers and pensioning mombors of
Parliament, but tho very impulse
and essence of this most powerful
popular movement has boon an un
disguised appeal to tho cupidity
and tho dishonesty of tho chief
body in tho electorate,"
THE DBINK QUESTION.
How It is Doalt With in Norway
Ditforonco from tho Gothenburg
Air. V. H. Nowott, of Manchester,
in n letter to Tho Times, says; Dur
ing a recent visit to Norway I had
an opportunity, under the guidance
or Mr. T. M. Wilson, C. E. (who?o
knowledge of the subject U referred
to in the able letter of tho Bishop of
Chester in Tho Times of August 20),
of studying tho excellent method of
dealing with the drink question
known as tho "Norwegian system,"
now prevailing in most of the towns
and country districts where there is
not prohibition. Sweden and Nor
way have a limited Monarchy, but
an Art must have passed (without
tho slightest verbal alteration, three)
successive Parliaments, elected for
three years each, to override the
King's veto. Under an Act passed
in 1875 the voters of airy district can
decide to havo a limited number of
places for tho retail sale of alcohol,
or none. Tho local authorities of
Borgen aro composed of a town
council, consisting of councillors
elected by tho people and aldermen
elected by the councillors from
among themselves, as with us,
.iwl Hirmt titntritai rnfuti ntliwilllt 1 lv
tho King for life, who havo an abso
lute veto over every scheme ap
proved by the council. To these
IJorgon authorities certain gentle
men applied in 187(5 for a monopoly
of tho lotail sale of ardent spirits in
tho town, offering to form a com
pany for the purpose, and that tho
authorities should decide how many
spirit-shops should bo in the town,
wheio thov should bo situated, ap
point a public analyst to seo that
tho spirits sold are good, havo an
absolute veto on tho appointment of
the company's servants, no women
to bo employed to soil tho drink, tho
same rate of exciso duty and local
taxes to bo paid by tho company as
hitherto by tho publicans, and, aftor
paying 5 percent per annum divi
dend to their shareholders, tho com
pany offered to give all surplus pro
fits to objects having for their aim
"the regeneration of tho masses,"
provided such objects received no
benefits from tho rales. To theso
terms the authorities agioed; tho
company commenced work under
their monopoly on January 1, 1877;
the formal annual licenses woro not
renewed, no compensation was given
to tho disestablished publicans, the
number of spirit-shops was re
duced from 21 to 12, and they
havo not sinco been increased, al
though the population has grown
from 39,000 to 50,000. They aro
difficult to find, are infinitely loss
attractive-looking than our ginshops,
havo no seats, each person can only
liavo 0110 glass of spirits at a time,
so there is no standing" treat in turn
(,if two or moro persons enter a spirit
shop together); no person apparent
ly uudor 17 years and no ono under
tho influence of liquor is served;
ono salesman to each spirit-shop,
and theso salesmen aro each paid a
salary of 80 por annum to induce
tlioni to carry out tho rules strictly,
which salary is very largo for Nor
w.iy when wo aro told that tho gov
ernor of tho province has only 400
porj-ear, and tho bishop of tho dio
cese 000 por year, including tho
value of his house.
During tho years this scheme has
been in operation in Borgen tho con
sumption of spirits has fallen nearly
one-fourth and tho apprehensions
for drunkenness nearly one-half.
Tho capital of tho company is equal
to 2s. 3d. por head ot tho population,
while the amount distributed to ob
jects for tho regeneration of the
masses has averaged 2s. lOd. por head
per annum. Theso objects navo.Dcen
workmen's halls, workmen's dwell
ings built and sold to workmen at
cost price, reformatories, a public
park, a road overlooking the city
called tho Drnmmen, or "Drink,"
road, a homo for criminally-disposed
boys on an island in tho
river, grants to tho museum, to
total abstinence socioties, tho send
ing of poor children to farm
houses for summer holida3's, libra
ries, and sending certain representa
tive workmen to tho Copenhagen
Exhibition, who each undertook
within six months aftor their return
to write an .essay describing certain
improvements in their own trade
the' noticed at (ho exhibition, such
essays to be printed and circulated
at the cost of tho company. Tho
grants to these objects aro separately
voted at the annual meeting of tho
company's shareholders, and so many
people aro anxious to help in this
good work that tho shares aro over
100 percent premium, and can only
bo pui chased when they come into
tho market on tho death of a share
holder. It will bo noticed that tho
imj 1 rtant difference between this
Norwegian scheme for tho rotail salo
of spirits and the well-known Go
thenburg one is that, whilo in Go
thenburg tho profits go to tho reduc
tion of tho local taxes, being thoro
foro opon to tho chargo that tho
ratepayers havo an interest in tho
salo of spirits, under the Norwegian
system tho surplus profits go only to
objects for tho regeneration of tho
inassos which recoivo nothing from
tho rates. Besides tho 12 spirit-shops
thoro aro also 150 beer-houses in Bor
gon, which tho company aro trying
to got into thoir hands to work on
tho same system aftor reducing thoir
A Good Tning to Keep at Hand.
From the. Troy (Juinms) Chief.
Some years ago wo woro very much
subject to sovoro spoils of cholera
morbus; and now when wo fool any
of tho symptoms that usually pro
coed that ailment, such as sickness
at tho stomach, diarrhn'a, otc, wo
become scary. Wo have found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhu;a Romedy the very thing to
straighten one out in such cases, and
always hoop it about. Wo aro not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to lot our readers know what is
a good thing to keep handj' in tho
house. For salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
UNEASY ABOUT HAWAII.
State- Officials Expect a Crisis Two
War Ships to Guard Our Into-
Washington, October 11. Accord
ing to late advices received at. tho
State Department from Minister
Stevens affairs on tho Hawaiian Isl
ands aro going from bad to worse.
Serious nolitical troubles which may
develop into a revolution aro feared.
The dissatisfaction which caused t lie
resignation of tho old Ministry is
said to havo boon greatly increased
by (he appointment of tho new Min
istry, which contains Samuel Parker
and Paul Neumann, two of the oiti
cers who were rejected by tho Legis
lature when the firf Ministry was
formed. A resolution .f censure was
proposed against the parties respon
sible for tlio reappointment of the
two men named. Though it failed
to pass tho Legislature by 0110 vote
it has intensified the feeling.
A private letter received hero to
day by a naval officer says affairs aro
approaching a serious political crisis.
That tho State Department views
tho situation with somo concern is
shown by a request from Secretary
John W. Poster that orders for tho
cruiser Boston to leave Honolulu for
Acapulco, whore she was to join
IJoar-Admiral Gherardi's special
licet, bo countermanded, and that
tho Alliance bo kept at Honolulu un
til affairs became moro tranquil.
Tho Navy Department promptly ac
quiesced. Telegraphic instructions to tins
effect were sent to San Francisco on
Satuulay last, and aro in the mail
which left thoro by tho steamer for
Honolulu the same daj Tho orders
for the Boston to sail woro sent by
the Alliance, which loft San Fran
cisco early last week, and it may
happen that tho Boston will leave
thoro boforo tho mail steamer ar
rives with tho countermanded or
ders. In that ovont another vessel
will bo sont from San Francisco to
join tho Allianco in looking aftor
American interests in Hawaii.
Tho chief concern folt by tho
State and naval ollicors at tho situa
tion grows out of tho possibility of
something happening to destroy our
chances of securing control of Pearl
Harbor as a coaling station. Accord
ing to a treaty already existing tho
United States has "tho exclusive
right to ontor Pearl Harbor, in the
Island of Oaliu, and to establish and
maintain there a coaling and repair
station for tho use of vessels of tho
United States." An appropriation
of $250,000 is availablo for dredging
tho entrance to tho harbor, and
negotiations aro satisfactorily pro
gressing through Minister Stevens
which will soon place tho United
States in control of Pearl Harbor if
nothing untoward occur.
Something Now in Ranges.
Tho PAcino Hardware Co., (L'd.),
havo just received an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges
which are superior to anything of
tho kind yot invented. They havo
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in use on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other now vessels. Also on several
of tho now vessels lately built for
tho trado between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of those Ranges
will at once show their many advan
tages over all competitors.
Royal Ikwaiiaii Opera tac
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Dramatized and adapted for tho stage by
J). Jl. Chowi.ky, to be presented in F.nglisli
by 11 company of Native Hawaiian
On SATURDAY EVENING, October 22d,
Will bo pioduoed n Drama in
Two Acts, entitled:
"The Wooing of Kaala!"
Jvnmuliuiiioliti I This C'uiiciiioror
Iveeuuiuoku His Counsellor
Iveuiiluuioku Tho Seer
. Chief of K0I111I11
Papalua . . .
A Chief of I.nnai
Father of Knnlu
A Chief of Uuhn
. . .The Flower of Ltmai
Friend of Kanlii
.Daughter of JCahimu
Queen of Kamehaineha
Soldiers, Kahili Bear ors, Attendants, Etc.
Scone: Lanal and Oaliu; Period 1795.
A Musical Interlude by the Company.
" A Night at tho Great Volcano of Kilauca I ' '
Showing 15 Viownof Knrth's Inferno.
To eoneludo with n Historical Drama lu
Ono Aet, entitled:
"Kapiolanl Defying the Goddess Pele I "
Clmriietera by the Company.
fp- A set of Iteulistic Buonerv has been
sneeinlly designed nml pnlnteif by 1'kof,
IlurriiKuiiT for those representations.
Usual Prices of Admission.
Sp- liox Plan will bo open at Ixivoy'B
on Monday, Oi-
et. Mil, nt II o'clock a. m.
TWO-WH EF.LKD CART
with Hnriuus. also n sec-
onil-naiiil Leuilor Harness.
Jl. W. SCHMIDT it SONS.
IS REQUESTED THAT ALL
claims of every nature and doscrintlon
against tho undersigned bu sent to Messrs,
P. 0, Jones and (lodfroy Drown at as early
n unto us possioie,
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 18!).!. oT.I-lw
W. A. WAIiL,
Suhviiyok (Lath with tub Uovbknmknt
P. 0. Jiox 403. M meal Tela, 4 10.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
"My son has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several months, and after trying
severalprescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal scheo's German Syr
up. I can recoin
Rootor. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschec's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note ol
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Miun.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to" it far less
G.G. GKEUN.Solc Man'fr.Woudbury.NJ.
PICNIC and DANCE!
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No, 124,
HAVE DP.CIDKD JO (11 VK A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
JL urban Cottai'o mi Nuu- SwrTSTi'-AJ"
ami street, adjoining tlicfHj rifTiVJXt,
residence of Mr. ThmMtiJ-H-ifcj-Sorenson,
nicely appointed and with agree
able surroundings, suited ton small family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of tho City. Terms $18 per month.
AN I OE COTTA 0 K V IT 1 1
pleasant grounds on i
liorctania street, a few doors
from KeeaumoUii street, re
cently occupied by Mrs. Onrncy, entrances
from Youiik and lloietnnia streets. Hoife,
Stnblea nml OiithoiiMM all complete, and
in first-class order. Street Cars puss tho
front door eveiv twenty minutes. Terms
$2.2 per mouth, Including water rates.
rpHAT PIKCK OF PRO-
JL porty iinimiiioved, situ-
:it(. mi tlio ninitioiwl llimil
side of Mr. 11. J. Noltu's i.ro-JSyjjJQ;
uiises ut Kapiolanl i'ark, containing an
area of about la.'ies, suitable for a vege
table garden, chicken ranch, etc.
rpHU OFFI0F. RF.CKNT
.L ly occupied by Judge
.1. ji. uuvltisou, n Kaaliu
iiKinu street. In tho heart of
the business center, and n line opportunity
forn Inwyoror business man, Thesoolllces
have always found ready tenants,
NOTE Rehire seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, It will pay you to scan our
column, and to ut ouco consult tho under
signed nt thoir ollico.
MJ-Wu keep property in Ilist-cluss con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will iilwnys bo found rciison
ublo lu our dealings,
W Apply lu eneli cuso to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGUT,
"Cartwright Huildlng," Merchant streel,
HUSTAOE & CO.,
- DEALERS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell nt the Very Luwe.s(
Market Rates for Cash,
Bell 414 . TELEPHONE - Mutual 414
L. KONG- PEE,
l''ort street, next to Club Stables,
COf Lately Gutter nnd Manager of (loo
Kim it Co, Ouuruntces Good Fit mid Reu
bouuhle l'ricos. Pntronugo solicited.
Iter uTf 1 3
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION" SALE OF
Regan Vapor Launch I
On MONDAY, Oot. 24ttf,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv Salesroom, Queen Street, 1 will soil
nt Pubjie. Auction
1 REGAN VAPOR LAUNCH
Tn thurotmh cond order, with Cushions
nml nil Fitting!". Tho vessel is
At nml nearly now.
V Tho llont enn bo seen nt any time
provioui to salo. For further particulars
Jas. F. Morgan,
AUCTION" SALE OF
Dvordorof Mr. K. D. Tonney, Kxcrutor,
nnd Wllllnin O. Smith, Ewi., Atlministrn
tor with Will Aiuif.M'd of the Kstnto of
Parker N. Mnkeu, deceased, I will sell nt
On MONDAY, Oct. 24th,
AT V O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Snh'tiooiii, Honolulu,
Fifty-eight and One-half Shares
of the Stock of the Wai-
hee Sugar Co,
Of the Pnr Vuluo of $1000 per Share.
&- TEUXIS CASH I
IX& For further partlenlnrs Inquire of
K. D. Tennev, or W. O. Smith.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, 18!)i
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to n
power of salo contained in a certain mort
gage dated March in, A. D. 1WH), mndo by
WILLIAM 0. ACHI of Honolulu, Island
of Onliii, to Alexander .1. Cartwright, late
of said Honolulu, deceased, recorded in the
oflice of tho Registrar of Conveyances, in
Liber 1SJ, folios aH-'-'O.'!, Druco Cartwright
and Alexander .1. Cartwright, Executors of
and Trustees under the Will of tho said
Alexander .1. Cartwiight, deceased, intends
to foreclose said mortgage for a breach of
tho conditions in said mortgage contained,
to wit: the non-payment of both the prin
cipal and interest when due.
Notice is also hereby given thai all and
singular tho lands, tenements and heredi
taments in said mortgage contained and
described will bo sold nt Public A tuition, nt
tho Salesroom of James 1 Morgan, on
Queen street, in said Honolulu, on WED
NESDAY, the astli day of October, A. D.
1802, nt 12 o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said mortgage is thus
1. .Sll-lOU of nn nero nt Kalawalime, no
nolulit, Oaliu. and conveyed to said Wil
il v n
liam 0. Aehi by deed of Dislio
April 2()th, 18t!), and recorded in L
2. 18-100 of an acre nt Kulnwnhino, Ho
nolulu. Oaliu. and oonveved to said Wil
liam C. Aehi by deed of Hila Knwna, Liber
107, page 12.).
Ii. '1 acres at Kapaalica, Honolulu,
Oaliu, nnd conveyed to said William O.
Aehi nv deed of L'nm Chung Wn, Janunry
.(1st, lsNl, nml recoi ilea in l.lner ill
4. 8 neres at Knpankca; Honolulu, Oaliu,
and conveved to said William (!. Aehi by
deed of Mary Hyde. Liber 11!), page :t2l.
r. 1178 acres at Kealakomo. Puna, Ha
waii, and conveyed to said William O. Aehi
by deed of .loo Malm, October 18, I8a8, and
iccorded in Liber lift, page 88.
IS. 121! acres in KealaKomo, Puna, Ha
waii, and conveyed to said William C. Aehi
by deed of Waileluta, October II, 1888, and
recorded in Liber US, jingo 281.
IJltUCK CAKTWUIGHT and ALEX
ANDER .1. CARTWRKIHT, Execu
tors of mid Trustees under the Will
of Alexander. T. Cartwright, deceased,
Terms Cash. Deeds at expense of pur
chaser. For further paiticulars apply to
.1. M. MONKARRAT,
Attorney for Hruce Cartwright and Alex
ander. I. Cartwiight, Mxeetitors of and
T.ruslees under the Will of Alexander
.1. Cartwright, Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, October 1st, 18112.
llr.i.i. II I TF.LICP1IONES - Miui'Ai, 11 1
$ l).".ri Per Cord
If 12.f0 Per Cord .
$11.00 Pur Cord.
I Foot Lengths
. ...Sawed and Split
$13.00 Per Cord 4 Foot Lengths
$15.50 Por Cord Sawed
$17.00 Per Cord Sawed and Split
IV Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
N. D. Wo guarantee our Wood to be
bound and free fiom worms. 018-tf
IN (100D WORKINO ORDKR.
lait!ou!arsi or terms njiply to
rTUIK WKKKI.Y DUI.DKTJN M COI,
X umnsof Interesting Reading Matter.
Islands, $4; mailed to foreign countries, $5.
G-!E3, -A. isr ID
Temple of Fashion
TWO SPECIAL .SALES
Wednesday & Thursday, Oct. 19 & 20,
Will be Closed Out at
IFricLasr &; Saturday.
October 21st and 22d,
GTlAffe'tf P3 AWViTfe ftTftT
reat -.- mimii
GT- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. -1
Laces, Embroideries, Ribbons,
Riiching, Satins & Silks
.A.t a. Great Sstcrifice !
Everything Must Go Next Friday ! - &tt - -
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Oummlns1 Blooli., Port, Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanitas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETC., ETC., H3TO., ETC.
113 '& 115 Fort St.,
TIE - IE
Manufacturers' Cost !
o - - W2r No Reserve on the Above Goods I
Temple of" Fasliion..
Honolulu, H. I,