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It 1ms pleased Hor Majesty the Qucon to
appoint the following named gcntlumuti to
be Hor Cabinet, namely:
His Excellency HON. 0. N. Wli.COX
Minister of Interior, vleo ChnrlesT. Oulli-k,
His Kxcollcney HON. M. 1'. HOIUNSON,
Minister of Foreign Afl'ulrs, vice Jocpli
Ills Excellency HON. l'BTKUC.JONKS,
Minister of Finance, vlco Hon. V. H.
His Excellency HON. OKOtli UttOWN,
Attorney-Gcnernl, vice Charles Creigliton,
Iolanl Palace, Noveinbor8, 1HU.
Auction Sale of Awn Liconsos.
There will bu sold at l'ubllc Auction on
THUItBDAY, the hth day of December,
18U2, tlio following Awa Licences for the
term of Ono Year from January 1, 18iM:
N. Kohala 1
S. Kohala 1
The Licenses for Oahu will bo sold on
tho above-named day at VI o'clock noon, at
the front entrance of Aliiolani Hale.
Those for the Islands of Maui, Hawaii
and Kauai will ho sold in their respective
Districts on the above date at such hour
and place as shall he designated by the sev
eral sheriffs or their deputies. Should it for
some good reason be found necessary to
change the day of sale, duo notice will be
given by notice posted in the said Districts.
Upset price Wailukn and Lahaina, $300
for each license, and for all the other Dis
tricts above named If 100 for each license.
Terms A deposit of twonty-ilve percent
is required on the fall of thu hammer, and
forfeit of said deposit should tho full
amount of licenso money not he paid w ith
in ten davs from the date of sale.
CIIAS. T. GULIOK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlce, Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1S!)2.
Tax Payers in this District are hereby
notified that the Taxes for the current j ear
will be due and payable at the Olllce of the
Tax Assebsor and Collector, in tlio Knpuu
iwa Building, ou'the 1st day of November,
The Oillce will be open from 1) A. M. to 4
p. M. daily (Sundays excepted) and on Sat
urdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts ovor $10 must bo paid in
U. S. Gold Coin.
Taxen not paid before the 1.1th day of
December next will bo liable to suit with
10 percent costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes,
District of Kona, Island of Oahu.
E. C. MacfaWiVNE,
Jifliiister of Kiimnee.
In commemoration of His late Majesty
Kalakaua, WEDNESDAY, November 1(1,
IS'H, the anniversary of His Birthday, will
bo observed as a National Holiday, and all
Government ollices throughout the King
dom will be closed.
CHAS. T. HUIiIl'K,
Ministor of the Inteiior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Novem
ber 7, 18!. .Kis-Iit IO-!t
MONDAY, November toth, being the
unnivcrcary of the recognition of Hawaiian
Independence by the Governments of
Great Britain and France, will be olxeivul
us a National Holiday, anil all Government
otllces throughout the Kingdom will bo
closodon that day.
'OHAS. T. GULK'K,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Novem
ber 7, 18')-. 18-3t l(i-2t
Hedged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the llenefit of All.
TUESDAY, NOV. 8, 1892.
Tho question of who is to bo tho
nominal promior is said to havo agi
tated the contents of tho political
teakettlo during tho last twont3-four
hours. It is a ridiculous commen
tary on tho state of mind of our
public men that such m unimport
ant and trumpery triflo should have
caused an instant's hesitation or dis
cussion. Tho oilico and style of
premier are entirely unknown to our
Constitution, and carry no weight
'or authority in executive action or
Cabinet Council. But mon who strain
at a gnat will swallow a camol, and,
while adopting tho practical plan of
union to help tho country's difficul
ties, objoct to givo tho real credit
whoro it belongs to save themselves
(thought but nominally) from having
to pload guilty to tho ohargo of self
stultification, and change of front.
Gentlemen, bo honest and open and
look to tho good of tho country to
be effected by your actions, tako
thoir cousoquouces, and do not think
so much of thoir offocts on your own
THE NEW CABINET.
A now Cabinot lmq boon nt Inst
forniod as will bo soon by our report
of to-day's Logislativo proceedings.
The niomborsliip is as follows:
M. P. Robinson, Minister of For
Hon. O. N. WiluoK, Minister of
Interior and Frontier;
F. O. Jones, Minister of Finaneo;
Ceeil lb own, Attomej'-Qonoral.
It is a Cabinet composod of mon
of woigbt and inlluoneo in tlio coun
sels of thu nation and should bo ac
ceptable to the moderate men of all
patties. Three out of tho four aro
Hawaiian born and tho fourth has
had a residence of over thirty years
continuously in tho country. It
will now bo in order for tho Legisla
ture to pn'-s a bill to pay tho just
dues of Government employees and
creditors for the past and prosont
months and to pioceed to do tho
business of tho country which has
suffered from their waste of timo
ovor potty technical disputes for
some time past.
Those Lectures Again.
"Why did not theso orer-zoalous
guardians of tho public morals havo
Bon Hogan arrested, who was also
guilty of tho damnable offonco of
lecturing to mon only?" asks a pro
tended correspondent of tho Adver
tiser, tho dofendor of all humbugs
and adventurers. Bon was consider
ed Al by tho same class of good
people puffed bj' tho Advertiser, was
in fact lovory, as long as tho sponds
hold out. If I recollect ho delivered
his lectures in tho Y. M. C. A. I am
not sure that tho congregation of
anj of tho churches wore advised to
go and hear him, but for a timo ho
was eousidored ono of" tho elect.
But poor Ben was awful after leav
Tho "youth of neither vyoro in
vited," is this true? I am afraid that
this is not correct, .is I have been in
formed l3' ladies who attended Mrs.
Potts' first lecture that young ladies
woro particularly invited. Now come
proofs from tho Advertiser and its
correspondents that it was not a
proper placo for tlio 3'oung. "1'ar
ents who took thoir bo3's did a very
inconsiderate thing." Wli3' incon
siderate if not immoral? In tho edi
tor's department, without tho cloak
of correspondence, I find tho follow
ing: "Dr. Harrison's lecture drew a
crowded house 3-osterday ovoning.
The subject was not an appetizing
one." I hope his hearers will bo
able to digest it, although it was to
delicate appetites a nauseating ono
I have no doubt. Then he goes on
further to state that, "from a moral
point of view there was nothing ob
jectionable." Wo all know that the
Advertiser's morals aro rather weak
in other words, not appotizing.
I will give a reasonable sum to have
tho lectures published in tho Adver
tiser, as delivered, and if there is
nothing immoral in them, lot its
readers and the supporters of tho
Potts-Harrison combine tako tho
papor homo for tho instruction of
thoir sons and daughters.
J. Chas. Harrison's Last Jjecturo.
J. Chas. Harrison, M.D., doliveiod
his last lecture to men only at tho
Opora House last night. Tho audi
ence completely filled tho house and
was composed of most of the leading
gentlemen of the cit3", although the
subject was a delicate ono ho han
dled it with skill and tact. His
language was chaste and lefincd.
Ho said the timo is rapidly ap
proaching when we will recognize
and punish tho linietlitnry trans
mission of disease as a crime. The
diffusion of plij'siological knowledge
will in time depopulate our jails.
Tho medical profession owes a
sacred dut3' to thu public in the dif
fusion of such knowledge but too
often refuse to speak and thorcby
justify the suspicion that tho finan
cial Inmost lioin humanity's Miilor
ings is their main aim. It was a
mastoily oflort and freqiiontly eli
cited heat 1 3' applause. Tho pic
tures weio partiuulaily elegant. Al
the close lie stated ho had been ar
rested on tlie charge that his illustra
tions aro immoral and to test tho
sontiment of tho Iiousa ho took a
vote of his auditors which was
unanimously in tho doctor's favor.
Another Bunk Busted.
Tho Chinaman, Ah Im, reported
yestorday as having been arrested
for assisting in a cho fa banking
game, was tried in tho Polico Court
this morning. Ah lm was arrested
at tho Chinoso joss house on Bero
tania streot. Tho polico had had
their 03'os on tho place for some
time, and at -1 o'clock 3'ostorday
morning several bobbies woro station
ed in tho viuinity, when Im was seen
with cho fa tickets in his hand and
was nabbed. Ho offered no dofonso
in Court and was sentenced to pay a
fine of S200, dofondant having ad
mitted having tho cho fa tickets in
Are 3'our children subject to croup?
If so, 3'ou should never be without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Romedy. It is. a cortain euro for
croup, and has never boon known to
fail. If given freoly as boon as tho
eroup3' cough appears it will pre
vent tlio attack. It is tho solo reli
ance with thousands of mothors who
have croupy children, and never dis
appoints thorn. There is no danger
in giving this Jfomedy in largo and
frequent doses, as it contains nothing
injurious. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agonts for tho Hawaiian Isl
nuds. "Nothing can make a woman so
superlatively happy as to havo a
baby of her own to kiss," exclaimed
Mrs. McBrido rapturously, as sho
fondled her firstborn, "My dear,"
replied her husband pityiugly, "you
can novor know tho unutterable joy
of being 'Next' hi a crowded barbor
Bhop on Saturday night."
LIBEL SUIT DROPPED.
Tho American Ministor Resident
Says Ho Sid Not Authorize tlio
Tho slow - dragging libel suit
against Daniel Logan, editor of this
paper, camo to a focus in tho Polico
Court this morning. When tho case
was called, W. F. Frear roso and
said that ho appeared for tho Amer
ican Ministor Resident. Ho stated
that tho Ministor did not authorizo
tho prosecution and did not desiro
that it go any further.
Doput v Attorney-General Gardnor
K. Wilifor, who ajJpoarcd for tho
Crown, rose and sanl that as ho had
received no instructions from anv-
ono ho would ask Mint a nolle prose
qui bo entered. If any Attorney
General in tho future ehoso to tako
tho matter up again ho could do so.
Justice Foster grant wl tho request
and tho defendant retired.
Attornoy-Gonoml Croighton, on
being informed of tho proceedings
by the defendant, stated that tho
prosecution had boon undertaken as
a necessary consequence of tho cor
respondence between tho American
Minister and tho Hawaiian Govern
ment. ADVERTISING NOTES.
Alien & Robinson have a notice in
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
streot for sale.
Root Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elito Ico Croam Parlors."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at onco b3' Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Mechanic Engine Co. will hold a
special mooting at tho Boll Towor
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono 682.
For island views and artist ic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort streot. Amatour work
Mechanic's' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
streot. Lodging b3' day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook.
There aro a fine handsome mare,
brokon to harness and saddle, a
all in good
ition for sale.
Tho registered letter and parcel
post mail closes per Australia at 10
a. m. to-morrow, and the ordinal'
letter and papor mail at 11 a. m.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alalcoa street,
uoar the Y. M. O. A.
Allard, tho Levis discoverer of the
secrot of hardening copper, has just,
at tho request of tho Cincinnati
Aluminum Co., subjected a piece of
aluminum sent him to his process
with tho result of rondoring that
soft metal hard and flexible. Abbo
Laflammo has certified that this
phenomenon appears to him to bo
altogether now and of groat indus
trial value. Allard continues to ro
ceivo tho most tempting offors for
the sale of his secret, tho most re
cent coining from Chicago and the
Govornniont of Sweden and Norway.
Subscribe for the
rent. per month.
Daily Bulletin, SO
" T inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from mv mother. I suffered
wo ytars ui this way ; consulted a
number of doctors They did me
no good I then used
Rellevod In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
ot so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower does the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use ofitwithoutanybad
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was ofall men most miserable. lean
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
L1faofMl3ery with judgment. A.
M Weed, 229 Belle
foutaine St., Indianapolis, Ind." &
MECHANIC ENGINE CO. NO. 3.
ABPK0IAL MEETING OF MKCHA
nle Engine Co. No. 2 will bu held at
the Itell Towor THIS (Tuesday) EVEN
ING, A full attendance Is requested as
business of Importance will be transaction.
503-lt I'KIt OHDEU.
rpHE UNDEHSiaNED HEHKHY GIVE
X. notice that George 0. Allen has no
authority to make purchases or transact
any other business for account of
Honolulu, Nov. 8, 1802. 6(J!)-3t
JF. MORGAN WILL ACT FOH ME
under full power of attorney during
my absence from the Kingdom.
L. II, DEE.
Honolulu, Noy. 8, 1892. 6GD-3t
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for 60 cents per month,
Hawaii Harflware Co., L'i
Monday, Nov. 7
Wh.it with putting in a min
istry to live from two weeks
down 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
tnose people witn 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 of very large un
truths. The fact of the inabi
lity of 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 theUni
ted States the press can neither
be gagged nor muzzled, and
the only way to protect the
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
remain long enough to become
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 andt they, usually want
a good one. The one you've
yearned for is here waiting 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 w.nu 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
mother of pearl
adit;:, vu have
them for men in any walk in
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 usual
Local sportsmen report see
ing a very large Snow goose
in various 'parts of Oahu.
During the moonlight nights
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.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppo, Sprockols1 lllock,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, Nov. 19tli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salosroom, Queen 8treot, I will icll
at Public Auction tho
Of the Estate of James Harris,
1 All that portion of It. 1 112, L. 0. A.
1502, to Kami, by deed of Ahull and l'ae
kukul to said Jas. Harris. Tho abovo Pro
perty fronts on tho easterly side of Kort
street, below Knkul street," mid Is occupied
In part by Chineso stores and by tho lalo
residence of said Jas. Harris, deceased.
2 Kulcana In Koolaupoko, .Island of
Oahu, now leased.
3 A Kulcana at Honoullult, Ewa.
Tho abovo Properties oiler n very deslra
bio chance for Investment. Tho Property
on Kort streot Is now partly under rent,
making an assured Income.
C&-Kor further particulars apply to
Jas. 3F Morgan.,
Bruce & A. J. Oartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
' 'ii.vr rii&AoaAi nujj- 1 s
JL urban Cottage 01
U Wll . III.- (y ' -
.... X'.... ftli.1.
ann sireer, adjoining uieBii3?J
residence of Mr. Thomas ?Vi
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Soienson, nicely aimointed and withuuree
able suiroundings, .suited to 11 small family
and within an easy remove fiom the heat
of the 1'ity. Terms -pis per month.
A Vim? '.AM"H I rjl.. llFlfl.Li .
lileasaiit mounds oiikS-'A".1!
Iteretunia stioet, a few doors ftS'i'fJftii
from Keeatimoku Mtrtet. re-iip?y3
eentlv occupied bv Mrs. Curnov, entrances
1 r .- 1 I. 1 1.. .a . . 11.
nun, 1 umuu mm -iiuiruuuu Hiiucir. xiiiuu.
Stables and OuIIioumjs all complete, and
in tirst-class order. Stieet Cars pass tho
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
f'22 per month, including water rates.
NOTE Kefoie stoking in closing bar
gains olsew here, it w ill pay you to nc.n our
column, and to at oneu consult the under
signed at their olllce.
WVis keep property In llrst-class con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords wo will always bo found reason
able in our dealings.
EW Apply In cai-h case to
BRUCE or A. J. CAItTWMGHT,
"Cartwright Untitling," Merchant street.
For Yokohama !
The Nippon Yusen Kaislia's Steamship
" Yamashiro Marti"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
on or about
Por naviculars reimrdlm? Prulidit
una ruHhiige, appiy
...n ... : r . " "
W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN THAT
8a Poo has sold out his one-third In
terest in a certain Indenture made by Mrs.
Catharine Pehlkulani Auld, leasing to Ah
I'oo, Ba Koo and Ah Oban certain lands
situate at Kalia, Walklkl, Kona, Oahu,
described In said Indenture, to Knm loy,
and that the said Kain Eoy will not be res
ponsible for any of tho debts of the lessoes
of the said lands. KAM I.OY.
Honolulu, Nov, 'J, 1802. )7-lw
A CHOI OE LOT OP OANAHY
Birds at $3 apiece with
cukcs; an goou singers, at tin
residence of Mrs. T. v. Flem
Ing, on King street next door to
J. P, Howler's,
TEMPLE OF. FAS
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc.-, Etc.
"Will "be Closed Out This Week at Prices Not to te
fi"- Ladies Take Advantage
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Bloch, Iort Street.
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,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
81'E0IAf- DISl'LAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
iFUDsTE "WAJR,IE I
ISTe-w R.vigs araci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
I T E
of This Special Sale ! -tSfl
Temple of Fasliion.