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In comttiotiinrntlou of Ills lute Mnjety
KMiiknun, WKDNKSDA.Y, November lit,
18U2, the anniversary of IH lllrtlidtiy, will
be observed ut a National ltullilny, and nil
Government olllees throughout the King
dom will bo uluioil.
UHAS. T. (lUI.U'K,
MlnMorof tho tnlorlur.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Novem-
bor 7, 1H. MH-:tt PWt
MONDAY, Novemher '.Nth, being the
anniversary of tin reeognltion of Hawaiian
liidepcndeneu by tho (lovernnientt of
flroivt Ilritaln and I'mmv, will bo observed
ns u National Ilollibiy, niulnll Government
o dices throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that iluv.
('HAS. T. OULlt'K,
MluNtur of the Intertor.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Novem
ber 7, ism;. fitW-M lil-Jt
Mn. FUKDKItIC HARDY bus thli
day been (involuted Notary I'ublie for the
Boooiul Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
CHA8. T. QUl.U'K,
' Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Novem
ber 7, lS'Ji WB-'It
ton and Ellonsburg investments havo
inntlo it iiet'CRsary to sink his con
tempt for Hawaiian institutions, and
take tlio oath of allegianco in order
to got his fat hands upon ono of tho
Inrgest salaried olHeos undor the
Oovernmeut. Lord, how are tho
mitfht.v fallen! Hut I am digress
ing. What 1 would HUo to know is, what
is goiiig to lie Hone aiiont tnese sun
da enui'uses? Voiily, polities is
playing sad havoe with the erstwhile
aeied obervauee of the Sabbath, or
else our politieo-religious friends,
like the ostrich, are in blissful ignor
ance that we are "on to them."
Good Run of Sports Followed
-11 DAILY BULLET
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Eatablished for the Ilcnefil of A
Tho question of whether to sup
port tho propped Cabinet composed
of Messrs. C. Brown, G. N. W.ileox,
P. 0. Jones and M. L Kobinsou oc
cupied tho attention of a caucus of
Opposition members of the Legisla
ture to-day until about half-past one
o'clock. After considerable occa
sionally heated discussion on a vote,
17 members decided to support them.
Sovoral Opposition members ab-ent
are known to bo favorable to tho
proposed Cabinet. With most of those
who supported previous Cabinets on
the general grounds of competence
and tho public interest a good work
ing majority is assured to the Cabi
net in question. Seven members
were non-committal as to either sup
port or opposition. It will thus l;e
seen that tho Opposition members
havo not as a whole pledged them
selves to vote blindly according to
the dictates of tho Advertiser and
Mr. Thurston, but are willing to sup
port a Cabinet which agrees with
their views, whether it is formed at
the Advertiser's dictation or not.
Honorablo gentlemen are to be con
gratulated on the fact that party
spirit has not entirely blinded thair
eyes to tho welfare of tho country,
and wo trust the situation now offers
a quiet, reasonable and business-like
solution of tho difficulties which
havo occupied legislative attention
for tho past few months, and that
tho Appropriation Bill and other
urgent measures for the public good
will bo speedily pas.ed and the work
of the country proceeded with
without any further occasion for
part' quari els and personal vindic
tivouess. Tho only further incident
worth' of remark is that the course
which tho Bcu.ctin has advocated
has again, as formerly, been shown
to be tho one which tho sentiment
of right-thinking men will adopt.
Tho British Modo.
ISniTon HuLLimx: -
A correspondent signing himself
" Hritisher" in Saturday's Advertiser
mistakes greatly the argumont which
has been raised here concerning
English precedent when he says that
it lias been argued that Cabinet
ollicers should go back to their con
stituencies forro-oleetion. Tho argu
ment has been that while tho major
ity in the Legislature hero base their
demand for tlio formation of a Cabi
net by one or their leaders on tho
alleged fact that they represent the
majority of the people and that such
is the l'inglish precedent, the actual
facts are that they Ho not represent
tho majority of tho people and that
tlio English precedent is based on
t lie actual fact that tho majority in
Parliament does represent the major
ity of tho people there, and that this
fact is tested by the endorsement of
the constituencies in re-electing the
members of tho Cabinet after their
resignation on being appointed to
"Britisher" allows a false inference
to be drawn when ho states that in
England it has grown to be con
sideicd discourteous to have any
contest in case of such elections,
and instances Mr. Morley's nv-eleo-tionbyan
increa-ed majority as an
example of the strength of this feel
ing. It is the custom in England
not to test the wishes of the people
in regard to tho format iouof a now
Ministry by contesting their re-election
when "the verdict of tho people
at a recent general election has un
mistakably been in favor of the now
Ministry or where Ministers them
selves have been elected as members
by large majorities. But where any
member of the House accepting of
fice in the Ministry was returned by
but a small majority, or whore tho
verdict of tho people has been un
certain on the main points of police
on which the new Ministers havo
gone into oflice, the contest against
their individual re-election follows
as a matter of course. It was this
principle that dictated the contest
against Mr. Morley's re-election,
namelv, that at tho general election
ho had gained his seat as a member
by but a small majority and was far
below the leading candidate at the
poll who belonged to tho opposito
political part y.
Tho Sons of St. George's picnic
at Hetnond Grove on Saturday was
fairly well attended. During the
afternoon sports wore held on tho
green and were heartily enjoyed by
all present. About (i o'clock in tlio
evening dancing began in the pavil
ion to music by the Honolulu CJ- in
tel Club, and "was kept up t! 11
o'clock, when tho whistle ol Jio
train warned all that it was time to
leave for home. The following pro
gram of races was gone through
(luring the afternoon:
Man-of-war race (lUOynrdsf. John
Donovan, 1; E. Loccit, 2; T. Murray,
II. Won by one yard.
120 yard's race (open to all): Tom
Price.'l; J. T. Wright, 2; 0. Holt, 3.
Won by half a yard.
100 yards race (for boys under 1(1):
Charles Hewcastle, 1; Fred Wright,
2; Harry Platts, Jl; William Rowland,
1. Won by six inches.
100 yards race (for girls undor 10):
Jennie Wright, 1; Alice Walker, 2;
May Giles, Jl. Won by ono yard.
80 yards race (for boys undor l(i):
W. iWlnnd, 1; V. Wright, 2; C.
Hewcastle, U. Won on tho post by
f0 vards race (under 12 years):
John Wright, 1; Fred Wright, 2; V.
Platts, :i; Harry Giles; V. Walker.
There wore nine entries for thisraco.
Won by 1 foot.
50 yards race (for girls undor 10):
Marion Wright, I; Theresa Osborno,
2; Mary Hois, U.
50 yards race (undor 8 years):
Harold Giles, 1 ; Fred Walker, 2.
100 yards race (open): Fred
Wright, 1; W. Wright, 2; G. Schra
dor, U; Howland, 4. Won by six
100 yards race, (undor 11 years):
Fred Wright, 1; Harry Platts and
Arthur Giles, tie; Ueorgo Wright, !J;
Geo. Sehrador, '1; C. Osborne, 5.
80 yards race, (undor HJyearsV H.
Platts, 1; W. Wright and G. Sehra
dor, tie; F. Wright, 3. This was a
good race, the winner crossing tho
lino ono foot ahead of his competi
tors. Junior 80-yards race, (under 12
years): Fred Platts. 1; John Wright,
2; Fred Wright, '3; Arthur Giles, 4.
50 yards race, (girls under 10
years): Marian Wright, 1; Heasor
Osborno, 2; Mary Hois, 3.
80 yards race, (boys under 12
years): George "VVrigl' , I; Arthur
Giles, 2: G. Sehrador, 3. A close and
exciting race, won by six inches.
Three-legged race: William Wright
and G. Sehrador, winners; ,C. Eow
castlo and W. Howland, 2; F. Wright
and G. Wright, 3.
F0 yards race, (under 12 years):
Arthur Giles, 1; C. Osborne, 2; W.
Wright, 3; G. Sehrador, -1. Won by
one-half a yard.
Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par
sonage. " My acquaintance with
your remedy, Bos( lice's Herman
Syrup, was made about fourteen
years ago, when t conti acted nCold
which u'sulted in a Hoarseness and
a Cough which disabled me from
filling my pulpit for a number of
Sabbaths. After tiyingn Physician,
wituoui ooiainiug rcuci i cannot
say now what remedy heprcsriibed
I saw the advertisement of your
remedy and obtained n bottle. I
received such quick and pcituanent
help from it that whenever wc have
had Throat or Ihonchial troubles
since in our family, Hoschee's Ger
man Syrup has been our favorite
remedy and always with favorable
results. 1 have never hesitated to
report my experience of its use to
others when I have found them
troubled in like manner." UiiV.
VV. H. IlAGOARTY,
di me iNewarK, incw a Safo
Jersey, M.K. Confcr-
tnce, Aptil25, '90. Romody.
G. 0. CHI-liN. Sole Mnn'fr.Woodbnry.N.I.
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'fl
eaes; nil good siimer?, lit tne.
residence of Mrs. T. . Flem
ing, on King street next door to
J. F. Howler's.
rpiIK AHOVK 11K
JL ward Is oll'ered for the
return of a :i-,e:ir old
Gray Stallion, branded
with a ilmiro similar to
an nee of clubs under tlio mane, to tlio
Government fetaliles. Missed last Friday
afternoon with n rope attached,
wa-lit JAMF.S KAMAKA.
NOTION IS IlKlllillY (I1VKX THAT
Sa Foo has sold out his one-third in
terest in n certain indenture made by Mrs.
Catharine I'ohiUulnni Auld, leasing to Ah
Foo, Sa Foo and Ah Chan certain lands
situnte at Knlin, Waikiki, Kona, Oalm,
described in said indenture, to Kam hoy,
and that the said Kam hoy will not lie res
ponsible for nnv of the debts of the lessees
of the said hinds. KAM I.OY.
Honolulu, Nov. 2, 18!). frfiT-tw
Politics 011 Sunday.
As a moral reformer in largo prat
The Visiting iiocturors.
1 hear that tho advance agent of
the Potts-Harrison combine thrash
ed tho editor of the Liberal for
publications in its Sti turd ay's issue.
Whether right or wrong I know
nothing, and 1 careless but to como
down to tho show itself, can any
minister of t lie gospel, public educa
tor or decent newspaper, justify
such lectures and exhibitions as have
been given by this combine to a
public gathering. The Potts part
of it desires young ladies to attend
tho Harrison, young gentlemen, and
both depart incuts havo boon well
attended by girls and boys; and for
vulgarism, immodesty, and, 1 might
say, indecency, 1 his community has
novel seen the like. Yet 1 am sorry
to sa that there are a class of peo
ple who .seem to justify 'these leu
tuies and exhibition.,. If this is
morality, why not hang their moral
ity on some of the exhibitions pro
duced on the canvas and parade it
around the stieets to more fully
educate tho voting?
Mr. Moore, tho pohtmastor at
Bradshaw, Vn., after reading an ad
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Hemedy, con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
Ho says: "1 used it in two cases for
colic and three for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. I havo handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any that
gave as good results as thif For
sale by all dealers. Benson, S ...Ji fc
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
h. J. I.i:vi:y,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
Under Distraint for Rent I
MRS, LONGSHORE-POTTS, M. D.
WII.I. T.IHTlMli: 0N-
" Health and Diseases"
TtrSk-TO WOMEN ONIA'-iQi
Monday, Nov. 7tii, & Tuesday, Nov. 8th.
Monday, Nov. 7, 1S92.
What with putting in a min
istry to live from two weeks
clown to less than three hours
the political situation is, to say
the least, peculiar; nor is the
condition of affairs likely to
change while party principles
are to take precedence over
the wishes, not to say demands,
of a majority of people out
side the legislative hall. Ho
nolulu is overloaded with news
paper correspondents and
every move and word by a
politician is looked upon by
those people with certain sig
nificance and after it revolves
in the gigantic brain of the
newspaper man with spice and
ginger added with each revolu
tion it goes on to the coast a
statement ol very large un
truths. The fact of the inabi
lity oi the politicians to harmo
nize and decide upon a cabinet
is sufficient reason for impair
ing the nation's credit abroad.
Much worse is it, when the facts
are distorted in the columns of
the foreign journals. In the Uni
ted States the press can neither
be gagged nor muzzled, and
the only way to protect die
credit of the islands, to settle
the unrest that exists in the
minds of the business men
abroad and at home, is to decide
on a cabinet get them in
office and permit them to
Iwl It I u 1 1 p B" II A ri 1 1 1 ill
ivii LL ur rHoniuii
Ijibii'ty of tlio Press.
tico I vonturo to remind tho leaders
of tho puritanical Reform party
that Sunday caucuses aro getting a
little too frequent. Not a Sunday
has passed for tho last four weeks
that tho church politicians of the
Reform party havo not assembled in
caucus and at luaus to discuss tho
political situation. The country
seats of Mr. Colburn and the lately
deposed tax assessor have been tho
scenes of numerous Sunday enter
tainments, "t which many of the
leading members of tho missionary
party were present, presumably
''spreading the light" for the greater
glory of God, and inoidontalby for
the maintenance of constitutional
principles as laid down by tho maj
ority in caucus assembled. See ,lo
Tho gonial ox-Minister at I'awaa
has been making a feature of Sun
day caucuses, but tho majority of tho
"elect" havo preferred to seek the
seclusion afforded by the retired and
less frequented abode of the native
Hawaiian surveyor across t lie bridge,
where tho Sunday sessions have been
conducted mainly in the dark.
Yesterday was a field day for the
Church politicians, no less than three
caucuses having taken place, besides
sovoral conferences at tho J'alace, at
which tho returned Nobles
Kauai wore present, discussing the
deadlock and devising how to pull
through tho now Ministry without
dismissing the Marshal. A political
prayer meeting was held at ..Mark's
residence in the afternoon, at which
tho "'opes to bo" Minister of Finance from how
dolivoreu nimsell ol certain pledges affect its
that wore specifically required of
him and others, which wore purely
voluntary on his part -anything to
got oflice, although this Ministerial
aspirant has always made it his
boast, that during his thirty yearn,
residence here, he lias uover taken
oflice undor the Government and
never intended to. Perhaps his lios-
Rof erring to tho remarks made by
Judge Bosso and concurred in by
Judge lilauchet, in tho Court of
Queen's Bench, at Quebec, when the
attention of tho Court was called to
the article published by thoEloetour
in connection with the Moreior cane,
Mr. Tarto says, in tho Canadien,
that ho positively refuses to accept
tho line of conduct prescribed for
tho piess by the lion, judge. Ho
was present himself in Court, and
says that, after severely condemning
tho Electour, Judge Uosso added:
"Tho newspapers which will make
remarks concerning tho administra
tion of justice will be punished in
such a manner as to remove from
their mind any desire to repeat the
olfeiisu." Mr. Tarto says that surely
the lion, judge did not intend to use
such language, and he adds: "The
administration of justice comes
within tlio province of tho press,
and it is in the interest of justice
that it should bo so. Should all the
judges combine together, U103' would
not succeed in silencing the news
papers, so long as they remain with
in the legitimate performance of
their duly. The press is an institu
tion quite as solidly established as
tho bench, and whore its rights are
concerned it deals upon equal terms
with no matter whom, and without
fear of falling in the light. The
rights of the press aro those of tho
nooiilo -who nominate the iudtres.
from I constitute and dissolve Darliameuts.
give tho power to and tako it away
lrom the Ministers, etc. Tho press
is tho great rightor of wrongsj in
thi3 age, and there are few strong
enough to strangle its vigorous
throat. Unjust criticisms, no matter
high tliey come, do not
influence.? and arbitrary
meaures on tho part of the Courts
aro no longer to bo feared."
TO-MORROW, Nov. 8th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my Hiik'srooni, I will will at Public
Painted Bedroom Sets,
Will- Mlitt I lls-CM, Slosiiuito NctH, '
Fancy Clocks, Bureaus,
1 Upholstered Parlor Set,
B. "W. Bedsteads,
Tuesday Night, Nov. 8th
AT S O'CLOCK,
FAMOUS ITNNY l.nrll'lli: ON
"Loye, Courtship and Marriage"
TO 110TII MUX AX1) WOMJv.W
"As good us mi hirnr with Marl; Twain."
'Moral, instriic'tiu' ami vorv aiimsinu."
X. Y. Herald.
tr Adiiii.s-ion, M: ; lli'servi-il Pi'iits,
"aii. Heats now on sale at L.J. Levey':..
f&- Mrs. llr. l'ott- treats women and
ehildren only. I'l-ideneu, .Snow Cotlago
at Hawaiian Hon I: entranee 011 Hotel
I street. Hours: !l . m. to '.', v. m. Consul
tation I-ree, beei.il engagements not to
ait lf.". lioiuain until Xovuiulier 1(1
&- Mrs. Dr. Potts' Works, "DIsenim.es
to Women on Medieul Hulijeets," pilee $2;
and "Love, Couitsliip and Manlau," ean
lie had at T. 0. Tin urn's Hook Stole and lit
the Hawaiian News Co. r!i!-H
loiio; enouoh to become
Hanging Uwnps, Kte
Harry (who had some money fjivon
him to spend tit the fair) "l'apa,
thiiif,'H wore so eliean at the fair that
Unity eonts of my money was wast
ed." l'apa "Witfeted?" Harry
''Yes; I didn't spend it."
Mortgageo's Notice of Intontion to
Foreclose and of Salo.
In iieeordunee with the provisions of thnt
certain mortgugo inudo by "Thu Klelo
rublishing Coinimny" to Kreilrlck H.
IIay.s(d(len,lateil tho ISJiul day of April,
ltssl), and reeorded in tho Registry Ollieo in
Honolulu, in Liber 110, 011 pages t:t, II and
15, and assigned by said Frederick II. Huy
fcolilun hv his uttorney In fuet J, B. Walker
to JohnjK Howler, dated October U7, 1MI1,
notice is hereby given that paid assignee of
said mortgage intends to .'coloie t lie same
for condition broken, to wit: tho non-pny-ineutof
principal and interest, the same
Notice is likewise given thatafter the ex
piration of three weeks from this date, to
wit: ouTUKBDAY, tho L'.'nd day of No
vember, 1WW, tho property covered by said
mortgage will bo sold ut public auction at
the auction rooms of James K. Morgan,
Honolulu, at 1- o'clock noon.
J. V. IIOWLKH,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
For further particulars apply to A. P. I'e
terson, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 1, 1M)J.
Tho property covered by said mortgugo
is: nil that property belonging to urnl
known as "Tho Klelo I'lant, situated on
King street, la Honolulu. UY-lt
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
rplIK TAX COLLKCTOU FOH T11K
X District of Ilamakiiu, Hawaii, will bo
ut tho following places on thu day stated
to roeeivo Taxes tor the year lb'j2:
Kiilwiki-Tucsilny, Nov. Lfith.
Kukiilau Wednosday, Nov. 30th.
I'aauilo Thursday, Dec, 1st.
Kauuhiihu 1'Viduy, Dec. l!nd.
Wulpio-Titosduy, Dec. tith.
Kukuihuolo Krlday, Deo. Oth.
All other days until tho lfith of Decem
ber, ut his ollieo in llonokuu.
Deputy AvbOMsor and Collector lluinakuu.
llonokuu, Oct. 20, 18U.'. 603-lw
L. J. Li:vi:v,
J. Chas. Harrison, M. D.
The Eminent I'hysieiun and Traveler
will deliver his
Last and Best Lecture to Men Only
- OX -
Monday Night, Nov. 7th,
acquainted with the clerks in
their respective departments.
To leave a heavy for a light
er subject let's talk, about
bread boards. Every cook
and housekeeper wants a bread
board and they usually want
a good one. The one you've
yearned for is here wailing; for
your request to send it to your
house fine wooden wood and
guaranteed not to warp or
shrink; chronometer balance
and adjusted to heat and cold.
Do you want one?
Last week we should have
mentioned pocket knives but
other things took their place
in the hardware news column.
Besides the most delicate little
knives in mother of
handles for ladies
them for men in any walk
life; from Cholmondeley who
confines the use of his pen
knife to trimming his finger
nails to the sailor in the
fo' castle who uses a knife for
cutting his tobacco. In knives
for use in weeding out corns
we can show you something
rather better than the
Their Causes Sc Cures.
fM- Dr. .1. O. Harrison tieats mon only.
Ilesidoueo, Know Cottage ut Hawaiian Ho
tel. Hours: !) a, m. to 1 i anil 7 to 10
r. m. Consultation Krcu. ltomaiu until
.November HI only. fifiiKlt
For Yokohama !
The Nippon Yusen Kalslia's Steamship
" Yamashiro Mam"
OUl! ENTIItr, STOCK OV
Lawns, Swisses, Victoria Lawns,
A KULL LINK OF
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
"Will be Closed Out This Week at
Not to "be
gigr Ladies Take Advantage of This Special Sale! "a
Teixrpl of Faslxion.
PACIFIC HA1DWME CO., Ltd.
Cummins1 Bloolc, Fort Street.
Will leave this nort for Yokohama
on or about
Kor particulars regarding Freight
issage, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
Local sportsmen report see
ing a very large Snow goose
parts ot Ualui.
every fellow who owns a gun
has been out chasing the bird,
and its presence here has been
used as an excuse by lots of
men who wanted to stay out
late when they didn't have
"the lodge" as an excuse to
fall back on. To the hunters
who enjoy a day's shooting we
invite attention to our stock of
smokeless powder cartridges
received by the S. S. Australia.
F FZI Jrr.TTTTVT'1 ."al.. KOSXk K.K42 BJIIUIItaiJ
S -- ;e (f-jP3T Jt- 'JTru. iviw. z,.r--?9 ?
srf'AJ? J-. jV.
M. & P. Wrought Steel Ranges I
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppo. Kpieeliolu' Itloek,
LAltGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS 1
Sl'LOIAL DISPLAY OK
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Qtner
FIUE "WAJR,IE I
KTe-w 12,-u.gs anc Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,