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.fa ' BY AUTHORITY.
MEMBERS OF TAX APPEAL BOARDS
Commissioned by tho Minister ot Finance
for the Year 1892.
District HII0-C. K. UiclintuMin, L.
District Ptinn It. Kycrolt, W. Kniimu.
District Kou 0. Mncoinuor, .1. C. Sonde.
District 8. Konn C. Kuco, Moses ltnr
rott. District X. Konn I). Xninntm, lU-orgo
District N. Kolinln J. McCluiri', V North
rop. District S. Knlinla 1 Spencer, T. V.
District Hnmnkua H. Mall, At
District X. HUo Jin. Muloon, D. Kn
District Haiiu J. H. L)on, V. K.
District Wnilukt-.l. T. Aluli, Pntiick
District Molokiii nud
Cockett, L. K. Kupiheii.
District Lnlinlnii I.. M,
District Makawno K.
David 1 Eluri.lge.
District Wnimea and NHlnm K. 12.
Connnt, D. Kun.
District Hnnnlei K. T. 0. Jlryiint, L.
District Knwalhnu K. Liniloman, O. B.
District Kolon W. G. Smith, Kekoa.
District Lilme II. D. WMiiird, Josia
District Honolulu V. V. Allen, J. T.
District Uwa and AVuIanao A. J. Camp
bell, J. K. Holt, Jr.
District Waiiilua Jus. Gay, Kaiaikn
waha. District Koolauloa Jas. Corwin, .las.
District Koolaupoko Jas. Olils, K. Mil
kahalupu. K. 0. MACKA1U.ANK,
Minister of l'Mnance.
Finance Department, October 31, IS!)-'.
THE NICARAGUA CANAL.
It is now jtist about throo years
since, work was actually hogun (Nov.
l88!t)on this canal, and it is oxpoolod
to ho finished in throo yoars moro.
Tho routo will bo about 170 miles
long, ot whieh -it miles at the east
ern and 22 at tho western side are
actually canal. It may be interest
ing to note that the Panama Canal
it complete will be 17 miles in
length, and the Sue Canal is a little
over 1(X) miles in length. Tho difTor
enco it will make when completed to
our chances ot transient ship trade,
1 mill in Jim 1!inicwMt P nift rf rnt
trade to the Eastern States and pos
sibly England, can bo seen from tho
following figures of distances saved
New York to Snn Vinnoi-co, 10,050 miles.
" llehrlnt; Strait, 8,218 "
" " Alaska, 8,(US "
" ' Hongkong, 1,111.1 "
" Yokohama, (1,81!" '
" " Melbounui, H.-W "
" New Zealand, fi.ll.l "
" " liimolulu, 7,81'.'
New Orleans to San KrancKco, 11,(IT "
Unhand to New Zealand, -,1-0 "
" " Yiikohauin, 1,000 "
" " San l'rancico, 7,000 "
Honou'I.u, Oct. -!), 189-'.
By the powers in me vested by Chapter
VIII. of the Session Laws of 1838 and all
other powers enabling me in tho premises,
I have this day appointed
HON. V. II. 1IAYSKIDKX
to be Slierill for the Islands of Maui, Molo
kai, lJHiai and Kahoulnwe, vice II. (.1.
Treadway, Km., resigned.
C. B. WILSON,
Marshal of the Kingdom.
Approved the day and year aforesaid.
PAUL NKU MANN,
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents niauKti of Judd street
are requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITi:,
Supt. Honolulu iVnter Woiks.
Honolulu, Sept. (5, lb!)-'. 515-tf
THE DULY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor l'ttrty,
But Established fur the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, OCT. 31, 18i)2.
Tho Advert isor acknowledges,
though in less abusivo terms than
before, that Honolulu and tho Island
of Oahu that is, over one-third of
the whole voting population have
definitely decided against its pro
teges, tho Opposition, but claims
tho country at largo as with them.
Tho records of last election com
pletely disprove this, and next elec
tion will show it oven more completely.
The Advertiser, driven from corner
to comer, as wo have exposed its
tergiversation and changes of front,
makes a complete backdown in its
issue of this morning than over be
fore on tho so-called constitutional
principles which it has advocated.
It at last definitely abandons tho as
sertion that tho Opposition repre
sent tho majority of tho nation and
finds refuge in tho trite quibble
that the Legislature "is tho legal
and tho only legal representative of
the nation." That is to say it now
proposes to enforce tho letter of tho
law when it has hitherto contended
that tho equitable spirit of tho Con
stitution was tho only thing to bo
regarded, and that "tho Hawaiian
Constitution does not pretend to
recite everything which is necessary
j to give effect to its provisions; and
no constitution over did, or over
could, do so." For the capability of
making a "right-about-face," when
the interests and views of its ring
require it, commend us to tho Oppo
As usual the arguments which it
proceeds to build up in support of
its contention that a mere tempor
ary majority of votes in the Legisla
ture have tho right to dictate not
only tho formation but tho person
nel of a Cabinet are a cunningly con
trived mixture of abuso and false
hood based upon statements so pal
pably false, or showing such gross
ignorance of fact, that tlioy need no
refutation. Wo quote a fow: "Tho
Legislature now in session was elect
ed but six months ago." (Of those
who were elected how many voted
witli the Opposition? The fact is
onlj- abput two-thiids were olected
at that time; tho remaindor wore
hold-oors. mainly of tho fossil Oppo
sition rule or ruin typo.) "Tho di
rect appeal to tho voters upon disso
lution of Parliament is a democratic
arrangement peculiar to England."
(What about Italy, Gorman y, Prus
sia, Canada and other countries?)
"In Hawaii the appeal to the coun
tr3 can bo made but once over' two
years and tho forty-eight men
chosen at each general election."
(Tho Advertiser writer apparently
has never read tho Hawaiian Consti
tution or he would know that tho
trainers of it specially provided that
one-third of tho forty-eight should
always hold over to prevent any sud
den popular change ousting them
Manj' other excerpts' could bo
made from this tissue of lies inter
woven with scurrility, but the above
aro sufficient to show the manner in
which tho writers of tho Opposition
shoot piostituto thoir abilities and
their observance of truth to prop up
tho arrogant and preposterous de
mands of their obsolete and mori
bund political aggregation of Adul-lamites.
oxists belweon tho two cases. The
trouble has been that tho Advertiser
and its backers and tho section of
tho House which represent them
have invariably insisted on our fol
lowing some constitutional prece
dent (when it suited their own ends),
which neither formed a true parallel
with our situation and conditions
nor in most eases even the semblance
ot a parallel at all, or rejected our
following any true parallel constitu
tional precedent which did not suit
In tho isamo article, after consider
able platitudinal padding which is
irrelevant to the situation it unwit
tingly utters this great truth: "The
position taken by tho Opposition
does not stand or fall with this pro
position." That is thoroughly true,
so true that wo hardly expected the
Advertiser to admit it. "The posi
tion taken by tho Opposition" is
that they and they only shall bo
placed in power and control tho
government of this nation, and un
less this is granted that no oppor
tunity will bo given to forward the
business of the country notwith
standing tho fact, which they aro
well aware of, that it. will "defeat
tho will of tho pooplo and render
nugatory the plain intent of tho
As tho Advertiser has already ad
mitted, in its issue of tho l.)th inst.,
that the Opposition only possesses
20 solid votes, it is needless to rofuto
its unjust criticism of Her Majesty
for not entrusting "tho formation of
a now Ministry to tho party in tho
majority." It is only necessary to
state that public opinion ascribes to
tho Opposition and its loaders, and
not to "Her Majesty's present ad
visors," "a spirit of factious unscru
pulousnoss and a disposition to at
tain thoir own ends by the sacrifice
of ovory public intorost."
Mm Harflware Co., L'i
UWUj ll ttllUIV iwi - lllsiuiii
something they wanted
couldn't pet. Either
By Jas. If. Morgan.
Monday, Oct. 31, 1802.
There are few people in this
world who, from the time they
swapped pinafores for more
advanced clothing, have not
done a whole lot of wishmcr for
pet. Iiither some
other fellow had it and refused
to give it up or the price asked
by the shopman was a huckle
berry above their persimmon.
We've stopped most of the
wishing, in so far as price is
Adopting modern forms in
business; going over to the
United States each year and
searching the different manu
factories for newest goods,
and a bit of haggling with the
dealers there enables us to se
cure bargains that would be
unthought of if we depended
upon correspondence to help
us out. Beside this we have
men in San Francisco and
New York whose business it
is to spend all their time look
ing up things that will suit our
trade. By modern business
methods we have reduced the
yearning hours in life to min
utes and have freed them of
the unpleasant intensity that
you grew accustomed to before
we launched out into the mer
TO-MORROW, Nov. 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. A!.,
At mv Salesroom, Queen Street, 1 will sell
at Public Auction tho
Balance of Stock of the Firm of A. Sllva & Co.
Ladies' & Children's Hose,
Silk nml Cotton llnndkeieliiets,
l'rlnts, Towels, Quills,
I.iiees, Insertions, Silk Ribbons,
BOOTS and SHOES
Drunks it Coat's Spool Tliieml,
t NMCKT.L ItOUXl) SHOW CASKS,
1 Raymond & "Wilshiro Safe,
Ktc, KU, i:tc. r.te.
C3Jt ' THE
ilLllfrlL Ur rAomUIi
Truth and Justice.
There has been no schoonor land
ed any opium at Diamond Head.
Tho Halcyon hasn't laid oil Hono
lulu for twenty-four hours. Whon
she does land any opium at Diamond
Head, Mr. II. C. Adams, it will bo
known to your bettors.
Mortgagoo'8 Notice of Intention
Forocloso and of Snlo.
" I have been afflict
Constipation,.. for fifteen years;
Cf.m,.h " first one ami then
Sstomacn ,, .,
Palns. " tion was suggested
" tome and tried but
"to no purpose. At last a fiicnd
" lC-commended August Flower. I
" took it according to directions and
" its effects were wonderful, reliev
" iug me of those disagieeahle
"stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Words
"cannot describe' the admiration
"in which I hold your August
" Flower it has given me a new
" lease of life, which before was a
" burden. Such a medicine is a ben
" efaction to humanity, and its good
" qualities and
"wonderful mer- Josse Barkor,
" its should be
"made known to Prlntor,
"everyone suffer- Humboldt,
"ing with dyspep
sia or biliousness Kansas, if)
G. G. GKIXN'.Sul- Man'fi.Woodbury.NJ.
This morning, as will be been from
our legislative report, Hon. J. N. S.
Williams brought in a bill to pio
vide for tho payment of salaries to
dato and so sot free soino 00,000 or
$70,000, which is absolutely needed
by our local tradespeople and wago
earnors. Hon. L. A. Thurston at
onco put a stop to these pooplo get
ting thoir just duos and rofusod to
allow the bill to paws, causing the
Houso to adjourn. Tho busino.ss,
community can see whoso is tho ios
ponsibility for tho deadlock.
No lator than yesterday, wo aro
iuformod, tho loadors of tho Oppo
sition woro offered two .seats in tho
Cabinet, but thoy refused unless, in
addition to soloeting tho oflices thoy
desired, thoy should havo tho right
of voto on tho appointments to the
other two oflices. If this bo true it
will bo soon that tho epithet of rule
or ruin which wo have applied to
those men is well deserved. If thoy
cannot havo complete control they
will not' assist in forwarding tho
business of tho country. All or
nothing is thoir motto. Tho coun
try, however, is not in accord with
any such proposition except the
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
rpili: 15IX1ULAK MONTHLY Xir.lCT
I inu' of the Kiie l'ollie will be held
LTO-MOUItOW KVKNINfl, Nov. 1st,
r.- .!...! V II..II ... ...... ll(nl .....I I.V.tf
m. uiuir .m 411111, luuiui i.uni .1111. 1 un
.street, lit 7 o'eloek .sharp. The iittuniliineu
of every member is requested. Klection of
oflieer-.. All ineiiiber.s must bo in good
stuudiui' to entitle them to vote.
WHO IS DOING ITP
Tho Advortisor has constantly con
tended that tho constitutional pre
cedents of countries possessing in
stitutions similar to our own must
guide whonovor a true parallel exists
between the two cases. Such pre
cedent s mo not technically law but
thoy are the highest obtainable evi
dence as to what tho law is.
Tho above extract from its Satur
day'h issue is a complete backdown
of tho paper's fornior truculent in
sistanco that its views on constitu
tional interpretation woro tho only
absolutely correct and gonuiuo ones
in existence. It is a still greater
backdown from Mr. Thurston's state
ment on the lloor of tho Legislature
that ho would fight single-handed if
need ho till his absurd constitu
tional principle should bo engrafted
by precedent on tho law of tho land.
No 0110 has over yot contonded
that tho constitutional precedents
of England, France, Italy, tho
United Stales or constitutionally
governed Uritish Colonies, or any
other constitutionally governed
country, should not bo legnrded
hero as tho highest evidence of what
tho law is, or oven should not bo
followed whonovor a true parallel
Hollers lire wanted for the comiiiK
crop, uood reierenees win ou requireu.
V. 0. IltWIX.fcCO., J,'i.
NKW OU SKCONIMIAN'D I'OKT
able. about 10-Horne Power Hteiun
KmkIiiu and Boiler; mounted on wheels or
nkluH; iinixt hu in good order. Kend letter
with description and price to
IS," Waimea, Kauai.
$5 BE WARD
rpiIIJ A1JOV13 111:
X ward isollered for tho
return of a 3-year old
(lrv Htnllion. brundtsl
with 11 lluuro similar to r ---Srr-1
an uee of clubs under tho uiiiiie, to thu
Government HtablcH. Misled last Friday
afternoon with u rope attached.
wtt-ia jami:b kamaka.
15 Pair of Working Oxen
II. A. WmiCMANX.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THU ANNUAL MI'.KTINO OPTIIU
Stockholdiiihof tho Waitinno Co, held
this ilntu, the following gentlemen were
duly elected to nerve as olllcers) for thu en
Hon. 11. A. W'idomanii President.
Hon. (1. N. Wilcox. Yleo-Pro-sident,
Hon. C. O, llerger . , Hecretnrj,
A. .laeger . ... .Treasurer,
J. M. OowKctt .Auditor.
0. (). UKlKlKH,
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 1812. WjJ-lw
Last week we were busy ar
ranging goods which came in
by recent arrivals; to-day they
are ready for your inspection.
Talk about hard times it is in
the air, not in fact. You
wouldn't think about the bug
bear if your cynical neighbor
did not remind you of it every
time you passed his house.
Now, then, to rid him of his
mania to cry down the Islands;
you are tired of hearing him
say the country has gone to
the bow-wows. We'll give you
a remedy, a sort of counter
irritant: iiuinc him to us.
We will show him tea sets
in silver, identical in shape
with those used by mem
bers of the sugar trust; could
we select lrom any one better
able to afford good things? A
coffee set wfioeitout ensemhjv.
is suggestive (Klorite Ch'risto;
silver cups patterned after
those used by the Knights of
the Round Table tastes run
to antique now a days and
we're nothing if not timi'ly.
Bachus never wielded a buncr
starter with greater pleasure
and effect than the individual
who uses one of our new lem
onade shakers. The tops are
m.ule so that the liquid is
poured through a number of
small holes, thereby prevent
ing the ice or eeds going into
the glass. Tins makes lemon
ade mixing and drinking pleas
urable, the annoyance accom
panying yourcffoi ts to dislodge
a lemon seed from the epiglot
tis is avoided We haven't
tried them for it, but they say
that cocktails mixed in these
shakers entirely remove "that
"A clean-shaven face invites
an embrace," is a motto on
one of the silver shaving mugs,
a motto which lived up to by
the young man in "sassiety"
brings him many pleasant mo
ments no girl, not even your
wile wants to rub her complex
ion against a piece of No. 2
The attention of very young
babies is called to the assort
ment of puff boxes imported
lor their special use. In get
ting the attention of new
babies we do so through their
parents and if a fond mother
will bring a baby to our store
who does not say "goo" when
it sees a puff box in hammered
silver we are mistaken in the
attractiveness of our wares.
To persons of more mature
age we will show a box of an
entirely different character,
whose contents will assist im
measurably in passing away
the long evenings. It contains
a pack of "squeezers," a hun
dred chips and a half dozen
markers. It's a complete and
elegant outfit for those who
like toying with the American
game of poker.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppr, Kprockcls' Jlloek,
In iiecordiinco with the provisions of that
certain mortgage nuido by "Tho Klelo
Puhllshtiii! Ooiinmnv" to Fredrick II.
Ilnyseldcn, tinted the nd day of April,
ISfe'.l, und lecorded in the Registry Olllee in
Honolulu, hi Liber ltd, on pages 13, 14 and
10. nud assigned by said Frederick 11. Ilny-i-elden
bv his attoinov in fact .1. S. Walker
to .lohn V. Howler, dated October -7, 1M)1,
notice is hereby given that "aid assignee of
said mortgage intends to foreclose the same
for condition broken, to wit: the non-pny-nicnt
of principal nud interest, the same
W :!!.... !.. Ill ! !...... i...i ..f. .1
.MJllCi; 1- 11KUW1-U IVUil HUH UIII.T nil; u-
piration of three weeks from this date, to
wit: on TUKSDAY, the -2nd day of No
vember, ls!), tho property covered by said
mortgago will be Mild nt public auction at
the miction rooms of Jiimes V. Morgan,
Honolulu, at 11! o'clock noon.
.i. a. nuvt i.i'.u,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
For further particulars apply to A. P. Pe
terson, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1MU.
The property covered by said mortgage
is: all that property belonging to and
known as "The iilele Plant," situated on
King street, in Honolulu. WfcMt
By liowis J. Levoy.
Household -:- Furniture
Oil It KNTIUF. STOCK OF
"w :ec I T E
Lawns, Swisses, Victoria Lawns,
A FULL LINK OF
I am instructed by Dit. A. It. ItOWAT to
.sell at Public" Auction at his Resi
On TUESDAY, Nov. 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
On account of departure, the 'Wholo of his
Household Furniture and l.lleets,
1 ST KIN WAY .t SON'S
Willow Parlor Furniture,
li-els iV Pictuics, Curtains it Poles,
Portion's, Hugs, Oil Cloth,
Book Case and Stand,
I!. W. Secretary, 1!. W. Sideboaid,
It. W. ltoii"ian Dining Table,
Glasswaie, Cutlery A I'lntedwnre,
Light Painted Bedroom Pet,
Miiltiesses. Mosiiuito Net".
Refrigerator, Meat .Safe, niter,
Crockery A: Chinuware,
Redwood Cooking Stove & Utensils
(linden Hose A Tools. Also the contents
of Surgery, consisting of
DRUGS, SCALES & BOTTLES
1 LOW PHAETON, i FRAZER ROAD CART,
1! bin'S HARN1K,
And tho Well-known Tiotting Horses
" CLEMENTINE " and " JOSIE R."
And 1 FINK MILKINd COW.
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Will be Closed Out This Week at Prices Not to be
fifiS" Ladies Take Advantage of This Special Sale! "ifitt
Temple of Faslaion.
PACIFIC HAPJWME CO., Ltd.
XS Tho House will be open forinspec-
tion 011 .Monday, fiom into l' .. m. '
Lewis J. Levey,
(lOLDI'.N CKIARICTTK CASK. A
reward of !( will be 1111I1I to llndur
who will return It to
MIL i:. R. fjCIIWAllAOH,
WliKit Hawaiian Hotel.
ALL HILLS DUK TO THH "TKMPLi:
of Knshlon" and not paid before
November f, Ibtli, will bo pluced for col
lection und payment forced.
Honolulu, Oct. -8, lh!U. aHKit
rpili: UNDLRHIONUl) HAS CIVKN
X full jiower of iittorney to W. 1 Allen
to net for him in nil mutter of business.
All parties indebted to the undersigned
not settling by tho iitli of November will
A. R. ItOWAT, V. K.
Honolulu, Oct. -I), lH!i- ll-:it
ALL PLllfiONK HAVINU ACCOUNTS
or claims of any kind against Mr. K.
It. Bchwnbnch 1110 leuue.sted to present tho
Mime before the -d of November; Mr.
Schwitbacli intending to leave tho inlands.
No claims whatever will bo acknowledged
lifter that date. ftiiV.t
CAN Hi: KOU.N1) AT
33 Beretanla Street,
Prepared In do any work in his line.
Mutual Tele. 239. --P. 0. Box 308.
NEW PIAN6F0B BALE !
ASCHERBERG UPRIGHT PIANO
A PINE INSTRUMENT.
tSSf Applj to
J AH. K, MORO AN,
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M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges!
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
Prof. F. Lombard, A. 15., will ro
siinio giving iiihtructioii in private
or in olassos, French, Spanish and
Latin. Konidonci', Alakoa blri'ot,
noarthoY. M. U. A.
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
LARCiM ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
BPK0IAL DISPLAY OK
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
KTew :R.iags suaci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
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