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DkI'AIUMKNT OF T1IR iHTFItlOB, 1
Honolulu, November 10, 1WU.1
In accordance with the lJlcetlun Law ot
the Kingdom, notice Is hereby given Unit n
Special Election for N'oblo for the Election
Division of Kaunl and Kliunu will lie liolil
between tho honrs of 8 o'clock a, m. and 6
o'clock r. m. on MONDAY, the Cth day of
December. 18'J2, to fill tho vacancy for tho
unexpired torm of six years, caused by the
resignation of Hli Uxcallonoy Qeorgo N.
Tho Election Districts, Voting Precincts,
Polling Places and Inspectors of Election
are as follows:
ISLANDS OF KAUAI AND N1IHAU.
FIRST DISTRICT WA1MGA.
From Puanaaioa Point to and Including
Kalahco ana tho Island of Nilhan.
First Precinct From and including Ka
lahco to and Including Ilanapepo.
Polling Plncc Hanapopo School House.
Inspectors II. 0. Perry,
P. It. Holi,
Specially appointed for Election Daj
8. M. Nanai,
Second Precinct Tliat portion of the said
District extending from Hanapopo to a line
drawn from tho soa to tho mountains at a
point i00 yards Mest of Waimea Mill und
including tho valley of the Walmua ltivor
and it9 branches.
Polling Place Waimea Court House.
Inspectors T. H. Qibson,
0. B. Hofgaard.
Bpecially appointed for Election Day
G. L. Copa,
Q. W. Kaona.
Third Precinct That portion of tho said
District extending from the Second Pre
cinct to the Pnanaaiea Point.
Polling place, Kekaha School House.
Inspectors V. I. Wells,
W. E. Smith.
Specially appointed for Election Day
J. K. Kalua,
Fourth Precinct The Island of Nilhan.
Polling Placo School House.
Inspectors J. H. Kaika,
J. B. Kaonioa,
W. H. Keale.
Speoially appointed for Election Day
f - J. Pulawa,
J. D. Kaili.
SECOND DISTIilOT LIHUE.
Consisting of all that portion of Kauai
liom and excluding Kalaheo to and includ
First Precinct The District of Lihue.
Polling Place I.ihuo Court House.
Inspectors It. W. T. Purvis,
W. Q. Smith,
J. B. Hanaike.
Specially appointed for Election Day
H. It. Hapnku,
Becond I'recinct The District of Kolon
from its junction with Lihue to and in
cluding the land of l.awai.
Polling Place Koloa Court House.
Inspectors J. K. Burkett,
J. M. Kahilawai,
Specially appointed for Election Day
THIHD DISTRICT UNALEI.
Consisting of that portion of Kan il,
from and including Waiitta to P iinauica
First Precinct That portion of aid Dis
trict lying between W.ii.uiu .uid tliti Ka
linin ai Iliver.
Polling l'luie U'uioli Court Houe.
Inspectors H. P.uers,
J no. il. Barc.i.ilu,
J. M. Nucole.
Specially appointed for Elation D.iy -S.
H. .1. Wells.
Second Piecinct That portion of paid
District, extending from Kaliliiv.ai Kivur,
to and including the land of Pupai.
Polling Place fccliool House, llil.uu'a.
luspectors W. 0. Mullor,
J. W. Kahee.
Specially uppointed for Election Day
Hiram K. Anahu,
Third Precinct That portion of the Dis
trict extending from the land of Papaa to
and including tho land of Wailua.
PolHng Place Court House, Kapaa.
Inspectors H. J5. Austin,
J. M. Kealoha,
' Specially appointed for Election Day
F. B. Smith,
Q. B. Mehoula.
Minister of the Interior.
671 3t-i0 3t
By virtue of the authority vested In mo
as Minister of the Interior, under Section
351 of the Civil Code of this Kingdom, I
hereby proclaim tho following Regulations
for the storing, keeping and transportation
of gunpowder In this Kingdom; and no
person shall store, keep or transport any
gunpowder In othor quantity or manner
than Is prescribed in such Regulations:
1. No person shall receive, keep or
store, orcauso to bo received, kept or stored,
or aid or assist any person in receiving,
keeping or storing gunpowder In a largor
quantity than fifty pounds in any hiick or
stono lire-proof building; or more than ten
pounds in any wooden building, or upon
any other premises in this Kingdom, ex
cept in the Government Powder Magazine.
'1. Any person keeping, storing, or hav
ing fifty pounds of gunpowder, or less than
that quantity in accordance with rule ono,
in any ono placo, except In the Govern
ment Powder Magazine, shall keep the
same In an air-tight metallic viwmiI, which
vessel shall ho marked witli the word
"Gunpowder" in plain Itoman letters, not
less than three Inches in height, and of
proportionate width; and shall be kept at
all times conspicuously In view, near tho
entrance of the premises where kept, and
convenient for removal therefrom.
3. Any vesssl arriving at any port of
(1)1 Kingdom, and having Gunpowder on
board as frolght or cargo, shall imme
diately hoist a red flag at tho fore-mast
head, and Keep tho samo flying until tho
gunpowder shall have bcon landed or re
moved; and no vessel having gunpowder
on board will bo permitted to remain at
tho wharf, more than twelve hours, and If
the vossol shall be at'tho wharf over night
1 poliiotuan or watchman shall bo kept on
ilut J on board all night. All gunpowder
deposited on the w barf for shipment, shall
bo immediately passod on board tho vossol
to recclvo tho same.
All gunpowder landed or placed on any
sidewalk, street or public way, for forward
ing or shipment, shall be forwarded or
shipped Immediately aftor it shall have
been so landed or placed.
4. No person shall convey or cause to
bo conveyed or assist In convoying, in any
vehicle, any. gunpowder, unless the samo
shall bo securely packed in closo packages,
nor unless such packnges shall bo securely
covered whilo on tho vehicle.
0. The Chief Engineer of tho Fire De
partment, tho Assistant Engineers, Secre
tary of tho Fito Department, and Fire
Marshal of Honolulu, and tho Harbor
master of tho Port of Honolulu, and tho
Shoritl'sof thodlllercnt Islouds and their
deputies nro directed to see that thoso
regulations are enforced and to make com
plaints to any Police or District Justico,
for the violation of the provisions thereof.
U. Storago will bo exacted for all gun
powder received in tho Govornmont Maga
zines, at tho rate of twenty cents por
mouth for overy hundred pounds, tho
.same to bo paid quarterly to thu kocper of
7. All expenses of transportation to and
from tho Powder Magazine and payment
of services of Policeman or Watchman as
provided In Utile 3, shall bo defrayed by
tho owners or Consignees of such powder.
8. Tho Powder Magazino will bo open
for delivery on all days excepting Sundays,
and holidays, between the hours of two
and threo p. in., provided due notice is
given to tho keeper. Previous to landing
any gunpowder from any vessel, notice
shall be sent to the keeper of tho Magazine,
that he may lie present to receivo tho same.
9. George W. C. Jones 1ms been ap
pointed tho keeper of tho Government
Powder Magazine, Honolulu.
GEO. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllce, November 10, 18!U.
MEMBERS OF TAX APPEAL BOARDS
Commissioned by the Minister of Finance
for the Year 1892.
District Hilo C. E. Richardson, L.
District Puna It. Ilycrott, W. Kamau,
District Kou 0. Macombcr, J. C. Bearle.
District 8. Kona G. Kueo, Moses l!ar
rett. District N. Konu D. Namanu, George
District N. Kohala J. McCluire, V North
rop. District 8. Kohala F. Spencer, T. W.
District Ilamakua IL Hall, M. P.
District N. Hilo Jus. JIatoon, D. Ka
District Hana J. E. Ljons, W. K
District Wailukt J. T. Aluli, Patrick
District Jlolokai and L-uini Chailes
Cockett, L. K. Kupihea.
District Lnhaina L. M. Baldwin, Peter
District Makawao E. Hao Kekapai,
David P. Eldridge.
District Wiiiiuea and Niiluu E. E.
Conant, I). Kua.
District Hanalei E. T. G. Hr..mt, L.
District Kiwiiihau E. Lindeman, G. IL
Distiict Koloi V. (i. Hmith, Kekoa.
Distin't Lihue II. D. Wisluird, Josia
District Honolulu W. V. Allen, J. T.
Distiict Eii.i .mil W lianae A. J. Camp
bell, .1. It. Holt, Jr.
Distiict Wmalua .fas. Gay, Kaiilka
waha. District Koolauloa Jjis. Com in, J.is.
District Koolaupoko Jas. Olds, Ji. Mu
kali Oiiii i.
E. C. MACFAULANE,
Milliliter of Finance,
i'nunie Department, October lit, I"i!l2.
1892 -TAXES --181)2
Tax Payers in this Distiict aroheieby
notified that the Taxes for the current j ear
will bo due und paable at tho Olllee of tho
Tax Assessor and Collector, in thu Kapua
iwa Iluilding, on tho 1st day of November,
The OJIice will bo open from 0 a. m. to 4
r. m. daily (Sundays excepted) and on Sat
urdays until VI o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must bo paid in
U. S. Gold Coin.
Taxes not paid before tho IMh day of
December next will be liable to suit with
10 percent costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of Taxes,
District of Kona, Island of Onliii.
E. 0. Mackaiii-ani',
.Minister of Finance.
It has pleased Her Majesty the Queen to
appoint the following named gentlemen to
bo Her Cabinet, namely:
His Excellency HON. G. N. WILCOX
Minister of Interior, vice Charles T, Gullck,
His Excellency HON. M. P. UOUINSON,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, vice Joseph
His Excellency HON. l'ETEU C.JONES,
Minister of Finance, vice Hon. W, II.
His Excellency HON. 0E0ILI1H0WN,
Attorney-General, vice Charles Crelghton,
lolani Palace, November 8, 181)2.
appointed a member of tho Itoad Hoard
for the Taxation District of Wailukit,
Maul, for the unexpired term made vacant
by tho resignation of IL G, Treadway, Esq.
O', N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, Nov. 10, 1892, 571-3t
DKr-AMMKNT OF FlNANCH, 1
HonoI UI.U, October 25, 1892. (
By vlrtuo of authority given by an Act
of tho IOglslalivo Assembly, entitled an
" Act to Prevent tho Infection of Cholera
In tho Hawaiian Islands," approved on tho
27th day of Beptombcr, 1892, upon recom
mendation of tho Board of Health, 1 do
hereby declare all Ports of Entry in tho
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
K. 0. MACFAULANE,
Minister of Finance
Honolulu, Oct. 2.5, 18112. 557-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or thoso
paying Water ltates, aro hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and thu scarcity
of water In tho Government Hcscrvotrs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes nro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to (I o'clock r. m., until further notice,
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Ciiah. T. Gulick,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. 1., Oct. 15, 1892.
II DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THUBSDAY, NtV. 10, 1892.
An able letter from Mr. Theo. H.
Davios will bo found in this issue,
replying to a recent dolivorauco of
Mr. A. S. Hartwoll on tho Poarl
Harbor question. It puts in a clear
light cortaiu phases of tho matter
which superficial observers have
failed to soo, and interested pooplo
shut their eyes to perceiving.
It would appear from news given
in this issue that tho promoters of
steam traffic between Pugot Sound
and Honolulu moan business and
have good prospects of realizing
thoir scheme. Their success will
givo a groat impetus not only to the
banana trade, but to tho export of
pineapples and othor products, be
sides stimulating tourist travel.
A gentloman, on returning from a
business trip on tho other islands,
romarkod that it did one good to
get out of tho political atmosphere
of Honolulu occasionally. He had
found in tho country a strong reac
tion in favor of Marshal Wilson,
from tho fact that the investigations
set on foot early iu tho session, and
prosecuted witli tho utmost zeal by
two special committees, had been
unable 'to fasten the slightest mal
feasance in office on tho Marshal.
Thoro was a corresponding fooling
of indignation over the conduct of
Hon. .1. E. Bush, in turning his posi
tion as head of tho second committee
to mercenary account, by securing
large . prices for tho translating,
printing, etc., of his encyclopedic
ropoit, .ill iu his own family and
The Advertiser this morning fully
exposes tho secret workings by which
its supportcis wore enabled to got
together ami secure a majority in
tho House to vote out the last three
'Cabinets. It shows clearly that
"principle" was simply a nominal
tiud to bo secured and that "tho real
condition of support" was in all
cason prlwito grudges and porsonal
ends without rogard to tho boncfit
of the nation. It admits that if
these personal enmities aro not to
bo Mthsmved bj the dismissal of tho
Maishal, "the Koform party lias
made us,o of the Liberals just as
long as it found them useful, and
tlion has dropped them." This is
exactly tho case and, as wo stated
yesterday, tho Liberals fool corres
pondingly sore over tho troachory
of their quondam allies who, to get
into power over thoir shoulders,
woro willing to agree to anything.
Tho Advortisor, to placate tho
Liberal party, if possible, aftor thoir
disappointment over the troachory
of their Reform allies, promises them
Marshal Wilson's scalp under pain
of branding the Reform party as do
void of "political honor." The
magnitude and value of this bribe no
doubt will cause tho Liberals to Hop
as promptly as thoir lato allies did,
especiallj' when thoy consider how
much thoso allies havo already re
ceived as a reward for deserting
them. It calls on tho Ministry to
do this as part of thoir duty. Noth
iug is said as to whothor the Minis
try should investigate or not into tho
Marshal's merits or demerits. Thoy
aro ordered simply to dismiss him
(1) to ploaso tho Liberals and socuro
their support in tho House, (2) to
show that thoy aro not subject to
ids or anyone olso's influence. Tho
Advortisor has issued its ukase and
tho Cabinet must bow down to their
autocrat. Tho end of tho principle
(?) fight is not that tho majority
shall rule, but that tho Advortisor
shall pull tho strings and its Cabinet
puppets danco to tho music,
The interview witli Mr. George
Clark in Tuesday's Bulletin intro
duces a subject of tho highest impor
tance to tho country. Tt points out
whoro the oxpondituro of money by
tho Government would ropay itself
manifoldly. This is in tho construc
tion of roads to givo nccoss from
forming lands to shipping" points.
Thoro aro othor localities besides
Kona whoro this species of repro
ductive public iinprovoniont is de
manded. . Just wlion money is most
noodod for oxpondituro in (his way,
to givo tho thoroughly nwalsonod
diversified industries spirit full
scope, a boggaied treasury confronts
tho country. It is for such purposes
as tho ono hero mentioned that a
national loan would bo according to
tho highest public policy. Prob
ably, too, tho oxpondituro of borrow
ed capital in this way would bo
tnado with bottor results than that
of ordinary rovonuo. Thoro would,
or ought to bo a largor sonso of res
ponsibility folt by tho Goornmont,
winch would tend to provont tho
disgraceful wasto that lias, in dilTor
ont parts of tho country, character
ized tho oxpondituro "of ordinary
rovonuo on road-making.
Tho Advertiser says this morning
that tho principle has beo'u upholdi
That is to say, tho so-called Consti
tutional principle- which Mr. Thurs
ton is alleged to havo ovolvod from
tho gray matter of his corobrum,
unaided by adventitious assistanco
from his morning hand-organ. It
alleges in support of this (1) "tho
appointment of a Ministry frooly se
lected by G. N. Wilcox," (2) "endors
ed by tho caucus," (3) "and with no
secret pledges to tho Quean." It
rocs on to say: "Wo havo tho best
of reasons for believing thoso to bo
tho facts. If thoy aro uot, thon tho
principle for .which tho Opposition
has contended for two months has
not boon uphold, and tho Cabinet
aro not entitled to support."
Tho first statement is met squaroly
by tho undoniablo fact that Mr.
Cecil Brown was called to form tho
Cabinet and did form it freely, and
that Mr. G. N. Wilcox was moroly
askod to join it. Tho second, state
ment is mot by the fact that, out of
tho Opposition majority of 31, 21
met in caucus and of theo only 17
endorsed tho Cabinet at tho caucus.
Tho third statement that "no secret
pledges to tho Queen havo boon
given" is, we believe, quite true, and
the fact is no such pledges were ever
thought of or asked for.
We have thus shown by undonia
blo facts that the so-called principle
for which tho Opposition havo con
tended has not beou uphold, ac
cording to tho Advertiser's own
showing, and no truthful or sane
man will over think so. Tho conclu
sion that the Advortisor draws that
unless tho principle has been uphold
"the Cabinet aro not entitled to sup
port" may do for a guide to itself
and any of its backers who aro in
sane enough to follow it bliudty in
all its doublings and changes of
front. Wo'contoiid that it is tho
duty of ovory right-minded man to
suppoit any Cabinet which does its
duty and acts for tho best interests
of tiio people and country, without
foar or favor, no matter of whom it
consists or how it was formed.
I'oroman. i'lreman Resigns.
A special meeting of Engine Co.
No. 2 was held last night at the Bull
Tower, Foreman W. 11. C. Groig in
tho chair. Tho object of the meet
ing was to consider tho resignation
of tho foreman. -Mr. (Jreig slated
that' tlnough ceitain circumstances
ho was obliged to resign from tho
company altogether. It was at tho
request of hh employers that ho
asked his follow-lirotnon to accept
tho resignation, i'urhtips at a futuro
time he might be enabled to rejoin
tho gallant company and Honolulu's
noble tiro brigade. On motion of
Henry Smith tho resignation was ac
cepted witli rogiot, on condition,
however, that it take olFect after" tho
mooting. An election was hold later
and Carl Widoinann was appointed
to fill tho vacancy. A. L. 0. Atkin
son was elected treasurer iu placo of
Mr. Widoinann. Aftor business a
social timq was spout.
A GREAT SUCCESS !
Jast tbc'HiiDf for Brcakfas
Cooked v Rolled -Oats!
ITor Sale by all Leading Grocers. JSJ
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
S. IP. A-OEHSTTS.
50 vents a month,
Hawviiian Hardware Go., L'fl
Monday, Nov. 7, 1892.
What 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
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 oi 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 gagyed 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 housekeeperwantsa 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 aVid
guaranteed not to warp or
shiink; chronometer balance
and adjusted to heat and cold.
Do jou want one?
L,itt week we should have
mentioned pocket knives but
other things took thdr pi, ice
in t'le hardware news column.
Bewicks the moht delicate little
knives in mother of pearl
handle, lor ladies we nave
them for men in any walk in
liie; 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. Bpreckels' Block,
& IR, -A. 1ST ID
Nainsook, Gingtas, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Will "be Closed Out This
ASF Ladies Take Advantage
PACIFIC MRMARE CO., Ltd.
Ou.mm.in3' Block, Port Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
LAKGE ASSORTMENT' OF NEW GOODS !
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
ITow Ruga and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
Weak at Prices Not to be
of This Special . Sale ! "ga
Temple of Fashion.