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By virtue ot authority given by an Act
of the l.cglslntlvo Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent tho Infection ot Cholera In
the Hawaiian Islands, approved on tho'Jith
day of September, 1MI2, and upon the re
commendation of tho Hoard of Health, I
do hereby declare all Ports of l.ntry in this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, t'loed to
shipping othecthnu coasting until furtber
notice. P.. 0. MACK.VIM.ANU,
Minister of Vinance.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 18!tt. KW-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tho scarcity
of water in the Government ltoscrvoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock . m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WH1TK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
(hus. T. Gumck,
Jlinister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. IB, 18') J.
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
lint Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, OCT. 21, 1802.
Talk in San Francisco oxpre?sos
tho belief that tiino3 would immedi
ately improve at Honolulu if the
guerilla campaign of factions to
capture place and power ceased.
A correspondent in this ino calls
attention to tho cable franchise.
Tho talk about getting up a Hawai
ian company to lay tho cable has
turned out to bo humbug. Both tho
Legislature and the administration
should seo to it that Hawaiian inter
ests aro not endangered or defeated
by a now loaso of life to a specula
Tho Pall Mall Gazette makes tho
claim for the Birmingham Daily Ga
zette that it is tho first newspaper
in tho world to bo printed by elec
tric motor power. Unless it has
been going many months by electri
city the Birmingham paper must
take second place to both tho Hono
lulu English dailies. Tho Gazette
Publishing Company has been using
an electric motor for about a year
and the Bulletin Publishing C0111
pauy ouo nearly four months, for all
their machines. But neither of
them aro first. The Toronto Globe
lias been printed by electricity two
Sympathizers with disaffection do-
criod tho charge of treason against
the band of plotters arrested a few
months in Honolulu. Thoy ridi
culed the very name of tho crime for
these days, holding tacitlj that trea
son was an obsoloto offense in a land
of " liberty." What do theso people
now think of tho prosecution for
treason of tho rioters of Homestead,
Pennsylvania, on the ground that
they made armed resistance to tho
forces of law and order? Liberty to
create tumult for tho redress of
grievances that can be reached by
lawful means is incompatible with
the existence of tho genuine article
It is gratifying to seo tho largo
building operations going on these
hard times. They will do a good
deal toward mitigating the dearth of
employment for mechanics and
laborors. While tho artificers Jaro
still engaged on tho splendid now
edifice of tho Central Union Church,
tho Catholic Mission is having largo
now buildings erected, W. G. Irwin
& Co. are putting up an immonso
warehouse, Mr. Bishop is about to
make an addition, larger than the
original structure, to the Bishop
Musouni, and Hawaiian Lodge of
Free Masons is soon to build a tem
ple. Times of depression aro tho
most advantageous for building
operations, and it is to bo hoped any
of our poople who have such enter
prises in view will seize tho present
Two Captains Gone.
Tho doaths of two old and well
known residents aro recorded to-day,
having been less than a day apart.
Captain John H. Brown diod yester
day at tho ago of 72 years. Ho was
onco in command of tho Ilotihohold
Guards. For many years ho had
served tho Government in various
capacities, and ho was full of history
of tho olden times.
Captain Thomas W. Fleming wns
a well-known figure on tho street,
having boon tho very efficient collec
tor for H. Hackfeld & Co. Ho was
noted for extreme punctuality and
tho strictest method in all his deal
ings. It was his prido that nobody
had any bills to collect from him,
for ho paid as ho went and lived
within his means. Captain Fleming
was born at Now Orleans, Louisiana,
"WOOING OF KAALA."
Immonso Succoss of tho Initial Por
fornmnco. " Firsl nidit," for 1). M. Crowley's
Hawniinn drama, "Tho AVooine of
ICanln," brought a triumph for which
Iho author and tho aotors nro onti
tli'd to'tako ureal pvido. Tlioro was
an audioiioo crowding the main lloor
a) tho door, with several rows of
tnovablo chairs added to tho fixed
'eating eapnoily. Tho galleries woro
filled even to standing room, Tho
Koyal Hawaiian Orchestra furnish
ing tho music opened the entertain
ment with a rati ling overture, and
its accompaniments to incidents in
the plavwoioinost effective. Follow
ing is tlio casl of chat actors:
John Young ....
It. Walalcalo I
John Kdwards j
A. iv. Kauuiii
H. 0. Ulukou
M. 11. K. lto-e
Mrs. 11.(3. Ulukuu
... Mrs. Heis
Kntiln . .
I.utmu . ..
Xolelkl .. ..
Soldiers, kahili bearers,
Scene: Lauai and Oahtt.
From tho very opening of tho per
formance tho enthusiasm of tho
audience was captured, and to tho
cloo had an inspiring influence in
carrying forward tho interest of tho
play. It was tho first time that na
tive Hawaiians appeared in public
theatricals of any pretension, and
thoy carried a sympathy that dis
armed all hypercritical comment.
Tho costumes wore in good stylo
and taste. All that could be said in
disparagement of tho scenery was
that it was super-relined lor the
stage. Mr. Bupprccht, tho scenic
artist, might from his achievements
have boon suspected of painting the
canvas for an art gallery. Tho
scenes of Diamond Head and tho
Pali especially woro superb works.
For a first production, especially
after a limited run of rohearsals, tho
acting was excollent. In some cases
it had a natural charm that a more
sophisticated art might easily have
spoiled. Tho duet by "Kaaialii"
and "Kaala" was delightfully sung
and acted with consummate naivete.
Mr. Kahulu and Miss Harvey wero
compelled to give a repetition, when
tho3- excelled over their first appear
ance An exhibition of the ancient
bono-breaking wrestling was well
appreciated by those who under
stood it. The battle of Ntiuanu was
ofleotiyo both in its acting and in
The second part consisted of a
comic parody sketch by Dick Wost
oby, a lino clog dance by .loo Dillon,
and a solo and quartet "Only a
Lock of Hair" well rendered by
Messrs. Waialealo, Edwards, Ulukou
and Niau. Part 3 was a historical
sketch, "Kapiolani Defying tho God
dess Polo." Mrs. Iteis was tho
Priestess, while Mrs. Kahalewai por
sonated Kapiolani. Tho scene was
the Volcano of Kilauca, tho painting
of which, illumined with moving
lamps behind, was vorj' realistic.
'"Kapiolani" was represented with
fitting dignity. Tho tableau effects
It is gratifying to notice that tho
play will bo repeated on Thursday
evening. It should have a crowded
The Cablo Franchise.
Will you kindly throw somo light
on a franchise which was granted
by His late Majesty's Cabinet in
November, 181)0, to Mr. A. S. Hart
well for tho exclusive privilego of
constructing a murine cable between
theso islands and the continent of
Ameiica. It seems impossible to got
at the exact stato of affairs as thoy
exist to-day, but thon aro whisper
ings on tho street that this franchiso
expires this year, and thnt tho
parties interested aro making strenu
ous efforts to have tho franchise re
newed on terms to suit themselves.
I do not for a moment think that
the Cabinet who aro now acting will
favor such a one-sided scheme, but
it will bo well to watch tho policy of
For 1113- pail, Mr. Editor, I protest
most emphatically against tho Gov
ernment granting franchises to
parties who, with thoir own re
sources, probably could not build
one milo of tho proposed line, but
with tho franchiso in thoir hands
could "hawk" it around with chnncos
of a profit but no loss to themselves.
Wo havo all hoard of tho schemes
proposed by various largo corpora
tions, and possibly by tho United
States Government itself, to estab
lish a cable lino from America to
theso islands. If such -rumors turn
out a realitj' in tho next few j'oars, it
is the Hawaiian Government and
not private individuals whom tho
projectors should deal with, and I
sincerely hope that tho prosent
Legislature will take up the matter
and seo that Hawaii's iutorosts nro
An Old Trick.
The Liberal says Her Majesty will
visit San Francisco by the next Aus
tralia. Just now that would bo lino,
It is an old dodgo of our friends
tho doformors however, to coax
tho.so whom thoy cannot othorwiso
kill to tako a trip abroad, trusting
to tho rigors of a foreign climato to
effect what thoy had not tho norvo
to accomplish thomsolves.
Their success in tho case of tho
Into King probably gives them con
fidence in tho scheme, and an oasy
solution of tho prosont tangle by a
repetition of tho oxporimont doubt
less presents itsolf to thoir minds.
A Chicago paper of September 20
has the following item: "A party of
Poorians, who started a few weeks
ago to make- a trip around tho world,
have abandoned tho plan on account
of the cholera and will Btop at tho
Sandwich Islands for tho winter."
Extra Mineo Ties at tho "Elito."
Hoot 13cor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
0. J. MeCartlry has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Tho Temple of Fashion will hold
a grand closing out sale this week.
After shaving uto Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Jlonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic, l'onson, Smith Ac Co.,
Pacific Hardware Co, (L'd) will
hold their regular mooting on Mon
Ka Maile has romovi J to 103 Fort
street, the store formerly occupied
by Frank Gertz.
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The "Wooing ol Kaala" will bo
presented again by request on Thurs
N. F. Burgess has two pianos
which ho will either sell or lot to
any applicant at reasonable rates.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, till and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by da', weok or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a weok.
Por Alameda Camarinos' Refri
gerator containing a full supply sup
ply of Ice House, fruits and vegeta
bles. Mutual Tel. 378.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. .Residence, Alakoa street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Liltlo Harry Morritt. the cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at tho old Union stand.
Merchant street, and will be glad
to seo his old patrons.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Office hour's, 9 to 12, 2 to 4,
and evenings 6 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Hell telephone x)i ; Mutual 13S2.
Por Alameda, arrived Oct. 22d,
Camarinos' Refrigerator, containing
a lull supply ot ice House n nuts,
Vegetables, otc, Poars, Plums, To
kay, Muscat and Black Grapos, Ap
ples, Frozen Oystors, Celery, Cauli
llower, Eggs and Poultry.
A runaway occurred shortly after
3 o'clock this afternoon on King
street. Mrs. F. Nicoll, Master Nicoll
and another lady seated in a buggy
woro tho actors. Tho horse attached
to tho buggy was not a wild animal,
but something frightened it, caus
ing it to bolt out King street. Near
tho Kawaiahao church tho horso
fell down and before it could got up
was caught and hold. Tho passen
gers alighted more frightened than
Hardly had tho oxcitemont ceased
when another runaway came tearing
along tho same road and headed tho
same way. It was a dray, belonging
to tho Hawaiian Tramways Co. The
runaway was brought to a standstill
without any damage Tho drivor
was badly shaken up.
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera aim Diarrhoea Re
medy. Many cases havo been cured
by it after all olso had failed and
skilled physicians wero powerless.
For sale by .ill doalors. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foroclose and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that jmrMinnt to n
pouwof siile eoiitnined in n certain mort
KtKO dated March lC, A. I). IK'X), nuulo by
WILLIAM C. At'lllof Honolulu, Island
ot Oahu, to Alexander J. Cartwright, late
(it said Honolulu, deceased, recorded in the
ofllce of the HcKistrarof Conveyances, in
Lilier 1'2.1, folios SJl-liO'), IJrni-o t'urtwriglit
and Alexander J. I'uitu right, Executor of
and Trustees under the Will of tho said
Alexander.!. Cartwright, deceased, intends
to foreclose said mortgage for a bleach of
tho conditions in said mortgage contained,
to wit: tlio non-payment of botli the prin
cipal and interest when due.
Notice is aKo hereby given that all and
singular the lauds, tenements and heredi
taments in said mortgago contained and
described will be sold at Public Auction, at
tho Salesroom of James F. Morgan, on
Queen street, In said Honolulu, on WED
NESDAY, the aitli (lay of October, A. 1).
18'U, at ll! o'clock noon of said day.
The property in said mortgugo is thus
1. 30-1U0 of an ucro at Kalawahine, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and convoyed to said Wil
liam 0. Aclii hv deed of Bishop it Co.,
April 20th, 18s0, and recorded in Liber 111!,
'j. 1S-100 of an ncro at Kalawahine, Ho
noliilu, Oahu, and oonvoyed to said Wil
liam C. Achl by deed of Jilla Kawaa, Liber
107, page 112o.
'I. 'iA acres at Kapaakea, Honolulu,
Oahu. and conveyed to said William 0.
Acid liy deed of Lam Chung Wa, January
31st, 1Kb!), and recorded In Liber 111, page
I. 3 acres at Kapaakea. Honolulu, Oahu,
and convoyed to said William O. Achi by
deed of Mary Hyde, Liber 111), page 'i'l.
f. 1)78 acres at KcalaUomo. I'uua, Ha
waii, nnd convoyed to said William U. Achi
by deed of Joe Malm, October 18, 18S8, and
recorded In Liber lift, page 88.
(I. 12(1 acres in Kealakomo. Puna, Ha
woli, and convoyed to said William O. Achi
by deed of Wailehua, October t), 1888, and
recorded in Liber ll.'i, page 281.
HUUCE CAHTWHlflHT and ALEX
ANDER J. CAHTW1WHIT, Execu
tors of and Trustees under the Will
of Alexander, I. Ourtwright, deceased,
Terms Cash. Deeds at exponso of pur
chaser. For further particulars apply to
Attornoy for Ilruco Cartwrlght and Alex
ander J. Cartwrlght, Executors of and
Trustees under the Will of Alexander
J, Cartwrlght, Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, October 1st, 1802.
THE HEOULAH MEETING OF THE
J. Pacific Hardware Co., L'd, will bo
held at their olUce on MONDAY, Oct. 31,
1802, at 10 o'clock a. m.
JAS. a. SPE.NOEH,
rpHE WEEKLY BULLETIN 28 COl
JL unins of Interestin.; Heading Matter.
Islands, $4; mailed to lor.ign countries, $5.
How doos ho fool 7 He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, nnd he
makes everybody feel thesn"ie way
August Flower the Remedy.
Mow does he feel? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower tho Romody.
How doos ho feel? He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten 6r drunk August Flower
How does ho feol ? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, lficlancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death nnd
peaces August Flowor tho Rom
ody. How does ho fool ? lie feels so
full after eating a meal that lie can
hardly walk August Flowor tho
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
PICNIC and DANCE!
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No, 124,
HAVK DKClDKl) TO G1VK A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1893
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpHAT PLEASANT SU11
JL urban Cottage on Nun-
mm Mtiprtt. ml wiinilur tlw.
residence of Mr. Thomas J.-V-ji
Soronson, nicelj appointed and with agree
able siirioundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove fiom the heat
of tho City. Terms $18 per month.
; .MUi.iuiJAur.niiji i ,v.i ---
lleretauia street, a few doors
from Kceaumoku "treet. re-
centlv occupied bv Mrs, Carney, ontraiucs
from Young and Itoretnuia streets. House.
Stables and Outhouses all uiinpleto, and
In lirst-class order. Street Oars pass tho
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
$22 per month, including water rates.
rpHAT PIECE OF PltO
JL port v unimproved, situ
ate on the Diamond Head,
side of Mr. Jl. J. N'olto's pro-!
mises at Kapiolani Park, containing an
area of about 1 ueres, suitable for a vege
table garden, ehiekon ranch, etc.
TUIE OFFICE ItECENT
A. ly occupied by Judge
J. M, Davidson, 11 Kaahu
maim street. In tho heart of
tho business center, and a lino opportunity
for a lawyerorbusiiiCHsiuan. TheMi olllces
havo always found loady tenants.
NOTE Ileforo seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, It will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed at their olllce.
OP Wo keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always lie found reason
able in our dealings.
Apply in each caso to
BRUCE or A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwrlght Building," Merchant street.
HITSTACE & CO.,
- DEALEHS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at tho Very lowest
Market Bates for Cush.
Bell 414 - - TELEPHONE - - Mutual 414
W. A. WAIiL,
Suurnriiii (Imtk with tik Oovkisnmi'nt
P. O. Box -103. Mutuul Tele. 4 10.
act iu xo;t3 2-l
Arc Itccolvlng New Invoices ot
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I1Y EVERY STEAMKU
Where they arc fully prepared to do nil
kinds of work In the latest stylo, at
the shortest notiue and at the
most Itcasonahle Kates.
Fine Job Work in Colors a Specialty l
Executed In the Most Attractive
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ialties nnd get the Bulletin's prices bo
fore placing your orders. By so doing
you will save both time and money.
Li'ttor Ik. ids,
Bills of Ending,
Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of ovory viuieiy,
Petitions in any lnngiuigo,
Envelopes it Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores &. Jtecords,
Porpotiuil Washing Lists,
Gonornl Book Work,
Kin.. Ktc. Etc.. Etc.,
Printed nnd Blocked when desired.
ftfijr No Job Is allowed to leave the of
llco until It gives satisfaction.
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.,
Honolulu, II. I.
speicial i ; ' -t
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
"Will be Closed Out This "Week at Prices Not to "be
BST" Ladies Take Advantage
PACIFIC MESWARE 00., Ltd.
Cummins1 Bloclt, Fort Street.
n mw -l pMii Biff
"'Hi iT iwi - ' " ' ' ! i 'i ii ' -' "
M. & 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.,
of This Special Sale! "tsSfi
Temple of Fasliion.
Honolulu, H. I,
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