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Tendors for tho Purchaso of Ha
waiian Govornmont Bonds.
thoso dofinitions, ns in future wo
shall only refer lo tho Suctions by
Tho. proposed uxpondituro vuulor
tho hoad of Section I for Iho eoniing
hvo years grouped by Uoparttuents
is .?2,0M,878,r7. Tho oxpondituro
authorized for 'it()-'l)2 in tho eorres
ponding Seel ion of tho last Appro
priation Hill was .?IJ,127,r)88.1,2. For
purpoes of comparison wo append
tho following tablo:
Notice is hereby given tlint n(Ur autlto
rlty of Section at of "An Act to Aim-nil
nml Consolidate the Laws relating to the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Hank," approved
on tho "th dny of September, ISSIJ, and on
that dny taking effect, the PostiunMor-Oen-cral
offers forVulo $50,000 of Coupon liondi
of tho Hawaiian Government, sueh Roods
being of tho denomination of One Thou
sand Dollars eaeli, rcdeoumblu in not less
than five years, nor more than twenty
years, with interest at six percent per an
num, payable somi-annually, principal and
Interest payable in United States Gold
Tho lionds express on their face that
they am issued as security for tho Postal
Savings Hnnk Doposits.
Tenders for tho purchaso of the wliolo.or
any part of said Honds will bo received at
tho otllco of tho Registrar of Public Ac
counts, Finance Department, up to 12
o'clock noon on THURSDAY, the 17th
day of November, lsoi,
The I'ostmaster-Ueneral does not bind
himself to accept any tender or the whole
of anv tender.
WALTER II ILL,
Post inaster-(i encral,
1. C. Jonks,
Minister of Finance.
M. I'. KolllNSON,
Minister of Foreign All'airs.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of Interior.
Mr. MARCUS R. GOL1JUKN has this
day been appointed a member of tho Hoard
of Inspectors of Animals for the District of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, vice Jno. II.
The Board now consists as follow:
Wm. T. MONSAKIIAT, Executive In
spector. PAUL ISEXRERG, Jr.
MARCUS 15. COLBUKN.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, November 11, lh'3'2.
Civil List f
tlements. Legislature and
K',,:m 00 $
it, 100 00
:r, iro m
at 7,3 IS 00
$a,IM),S7S fi iH,ia7,.'KHS 12
THE CABINET'S POLICY.
JNO. H. BABCOOK, Esq., has this day
been appointed Notary Public lor the
Bacond Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 10, 1802. 574-Ilt
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, NOV. 1-1, 1892.
"We publish in another column
spraoaatoro8ung facts and figures on
tfferesldontialEloctioii held in the
States on Tuesday last. It may fur
nish food for discussion till tho nows
arrives by the steamer.
THE APPROPRIATION BILL.
Wo propose to discuss from day
to day the above subject till we have
laid before our readers what the
Legislature has done in regulating
tho finances of tho country, especial
ly as regards tho reduction's in ex
penditures. No clear or complete
statement has as yet appeared on
this important subject taken as a
whole, or boon made to tho House
by any Minister, member, or com
mittee. Wo are faced by tho neces
sity for retrenchment. It is not wise
to retrench too much in any one
direction. It should bo equalpy dis
tributed as far as possible over tho
whole schemo of outlay of tho Gov
ernment. Thoso aro truisms acknow
ledged by all parties both in and out
of tho House. Yet unless a clear
and comprehensive statement of tho
whole subject bo made, noithor pub
lic criticism outside nor that of
members insido tho House cr..i have
a satisfactory basis on which lo con
demn or agree to any proposed re
ductions or increases of expenditure,
iu any given lino. Wo shall therefore
begin by comparing tho expenditure
voted at tho session of 1890 with
those now proposed to bo voted and
show wherein and to what extent if
any reductions have boon made.
Tho Appropriation Bill consists of
sovoral sections. Thoso which give
power to oxpond money aro Sections
1, 2, 8 and !. Section 1 is that gen
erally looked on as tho Appropria
tion Bill, as it authorizes oxpondi
turo for all tho regular expenses of
Govornmont which must bo mot be
fore any other obligations aro de
frayed. Section 2 authorizes tho
Government to spend monoy for
certain specified objects which aro
mentioned in it, in tho discretion of
tho Govornmont, if tho revenue is
larger than is necessary to provido
for everything mentioned in Section
1, Section 3 authorizes expendi
tures for specified objects out of
funds realized from loans. Soot ion
4 authorizes further OKpeudituros in
Bjwe of unforeseen contingency aris
ing, for gome of tho objects already
mentioned iu Section 1, and is ouly
to be used whou tho amounts autho
rized to be used for thoso objoots by
Section 1 have becomo exhausted.
Our readors will ploaso romombor
Tho Cabinet has propounded a
policy in black and white. Usually,
under responsible govornmont, tho
policy is supposed to bo contained
in the opening address of tho Execu
tive to tlrb Legislature at tho begin
ning of a session. In monarchical
countries, this is tho speech from
tho throne; in tho United States, it
is tho message from tho President
to Congress. Often tho speech from
tho throne has been subjected to tho
criticism of being roma'rkablo more
for what it does not contain than for
its contents. While such criticism
has sometimes been just oven in
Great Britain, in that country tho
ministerial scheme of legislation is
usually foreshadowed iu tho speech
from tho throne. In tho case of tho
prosont Hawaiian Cabinet, as in that
of two preceding ones, there was
no opportunity of addressing tho
Legislature at the opening. There
fore, tho presentation of a policy
under a question of privilege, by this
Cabinet, is a commendable proce
dure. Tho policy presented by tho Min
ister of tho Interior contains several
items bearing on now issues. For
tho rest it consists of gonoralities
sueh as have formed tho staple of
every Cabiuot's and every party's
policy for many years past. Such
aro tho declarations of a purpose to
observe econoury iu administration,
conjoined with tho best possible
measures for promoting internal de
velopment and public improvements.
It need not bo said that tho Legis
lature is a unit on thoso proposi
tions. Division is a foregone conclu
sion on the questions of a lottery or
legalizing gambling, tho currency of
tho country or Horner's Banking
Bill, and Pearl Harbor. Tho gen
eral belief is that tho lottery scheme
has boon dead for somcjjtime, but it
is satisfactory to know, in caso of its
resuscitation, that tho Ministry is
against it, ilat-footod. There is little
fear that the lottos can obtain
enough supporters to imperil tho
Ministry in this honorable stand. It
is not probable, either, that a com
bination will bo formed to defeat
tho Ministry for its opposition to
tho unlimited paper monoy measure.
Loaders of every party, so far as for
eign members aro concerned, are
known to be opposed to tho Bill.
There is no reason to think that
principle in such an important mat
tor would bo waived for tho salco of
Tho attitude of tho Legislature
on tho question of Pearl Harbor is
more problematic than on any mat
tor mentioned in tho policy. It will
bo observed that this question is not
dealt with in tho Government's
formal presentation of policy, but iu
answers by tho Minister of tho In
terior to questions propounded by a
niembor. As both deliverances canto
tho same day, however, thoy aro to
bo considered as a whole. What tho
Ministry declares to bo its policy in
regard to Pearl Harbor is nothing
now. Exclusive naval privileges at
that place havo boon olforod to tho
United States by tho first Reform
administration and every succeeding
Minihtry long enough in existence
to havo a policy in tho matter. Thoy
havo boon incorporated in tho recip
rocity treat y, now iu force between
tho two countries, being cotermin
ous with that instrument. Still, al
though being nothing of a surprise,
tho Ministerial expression on Pearl
Harbor may moot with strong oppo
sition. Tho native opinion on tho
matter has never boon satisfac
torily gauged. So many other
questions have engaged tho attention
of tho people at elections, that no
clear verdict of public opinion has
boon obtained on this particular
mat tor, Thoro is probably not a
district in tho Kingdom, however,
from which petitions, chiefly from
tho native people, havo not reached
not as yol utilized. According lo
an intelligent idea prevalent, it
isdoubtful if tho United States will
advance with negotiations should it
become evident that the native 11a
waiians generally aro opposed to Iho
granting of territorial concessions.
Tho Cabinet, it will bo noticed, uses
tho guarded proviso, "Should tho
Govornmont of tho United States re
quest," before its expression of readi
ness to grant tho exclusive privileges
in question. It also employs tho
saving clause of making tho privi
leges coterminous with tho unproved
treaty relations to be obtained in re
turn. So, then, Iho Cabinet leaves
tho whole matter just where it found
it, and, unless tho Hawaiian mom
bora solidly oppose tho policy ns de
clared, the country may patiently
await a "request" from tho United
States for a cession of territorial
privileges in return for commercial
advantages that may bo expected to
rehabilitate tho kingdom in tho con
ditions of prosperity existing boforo
tho recent tariff legislation of tho
United States neutralized tho bone
fits to Hawaii of tho reciprocity
aawallan Harflwara Go., L'fl
Saturday, Nov. IS, 181)2.
Thurc are few
things in this
By Jas. F. Morgan.
than the night
ries. They have
plumage nor dm-s their habit
of getting closer to one's heart
by aflfi ctioiii'ite punctures
make one yearn lor their
society. They are of the pests
we would feel better without.
For the last two or three
sessions of the legislature
efforts have been made to in
llict upon us the rabbit
another terror equal to the
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith A: Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
After shaving uso Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
A special meeting of tho Fire
Polico will bo held to-morrow evening.
Mortga goo's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
Iu accordance with the provisions of that
certain mortgage made hv "Tho Klolo
Publishing tompanv" to Vicdriok Ii.
llav.cldoii, dated the 2ind dnv of April,
IBM), and recorded iu tho Registry Otllco in
Honolulu, In Liber 11(1, on piiges'Kt, 41 mid
lli, and assigned by said Krodoriek II. Hay
eldon hv lilsattofnov In fact .1. S. Walker
to John V. Howler, dated October a7, tWII.
notice is hereby given that said assignee of
said mortgage intends to foreclose the ame
for condition broken, to wit: tho non-payment
of principal and Interest, the same
Notice is likowiso given tlmtafter the ex
piration of three weeks from this date, to
wit: on TUESDAY, the 22nd dnv of No
vember, ISO.!, tho property covered by said
mortgage will bo sold at public auction at
the auction rooms of .lames 1 Morgan,
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon.
.1. V. HOWLER,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
For further particulars apply to A. 1 Pe
terson, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dntod Honolulu, Nov. 1, lsfli.
The property covered by said mortgage
Is: all that property belonging to and
known as "The Klolo riant," situated on
King street, in Honolulu. 5(12-11
Sunburn relieved at once b' Cu
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
stroot, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gertz.
Tho Marshal will sell property of
W. C. Achi under execution on Tues
day, December 0. ,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort stroot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (382.
For island views and artistic photos
go to the Aloha Gallery, Sovorin fc
Bolster, Fort streot. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and CI Hotel
street. Lodging Iry day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night ; 1
and S1.25 a week.
Tho Waikiki Poultry Yard has
young turkeys and sucking pigs for
Thanksgiving and Christmas. See
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sumo giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Santa Claus' Hoadquarters pre
sent an address to holiday buyers in
this issue. Their stock will sustain
tho brilliant record of former years.
By in time to get tho bestohoico.
Mr. Mosquito's presentation of his
little bill to Mr. Rabbit, and how it
was received, forms one of tho ad
vertising attractions iu this paper.
Tho essay accompanying tho humor
ous sketches refers to the splendid
assortment of lamps for sale by tho
Hawaiian Hardwaie Company. But
tho lamps themselves mut bo .seen
to bo appreciated.
Mr. Moore, the postmaster at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
vert iseniont of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Reined', con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
Ho says: "1 used it in two cases for
colic and Ihroo for diarrhoea with
porfoet satisfaction. I havo handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any that
gave as good results as this. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith fe
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
characteristics. But the rabbit
was kept out of the Kingdom
through legislation; the other
pest, the mosquito, cannot be
reached by the law makers.
Pictures of the offenders are
herewith presented; if you
meet tne one
the law cannot
reach take it
ward the exter
mination by a
We mentioned, incidentaMy,
a few weeks ago. something
about the lamps that were ex
pected on the Brig V. G.
Irwin. The lamps are in the
store and for artistic design
and superior workman-ship
we commend them to your
notice. When you are get
ting something to live with,
like a lamp for instance, you
may just as well have an
article that you will not grow
tired of. Where it costs no
more than a plain clap-trap
anair it is in
look at a lamp
jist as you do at your rugs or
our curtains; you want some
thing that will remain new to
oii. That is the style lamp
we offf r you
Separate and distinct from
these everlastingly beautiful
lamps is an assortment of
shades selected from the stock
of the rno-.t celebrated lamp
shade builder in the United
States square shades in silk,
trimmed with fn-nch silk I, ice;
umbrella shades in satin, lined
with the same material.
- OK -
On SATURDAY, Nov.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, (Jueen Stieet, I will 'ell
at Public Auction the
Of the Kstate of James Hauls,
1 All that portion of 11. P. 112, L. ( A.
ir,!)2, to Kauo, by deed of Ahull and Pne
kukui to aid .las. Harris. Tho above Pro
peity fronts on the easterly side of Kort
stieet, below Kukui street, and is occupied
in jmrt by Chinese stores and by thu late
residence of said Jns. Harris, deceased.
2 Kulennn in Koolaupoko, island of
Oahu, now leased.
3 A Kuteana at Honoullitli, Kwn.
The above Properties oiler a vcrv desira
ble chance foi investment. The Property
on Fort street is now partly under rent,
making an assured income.
tBi-For further particulars apply to
Jas. F. iMIorga-i-i,
OUIl TJNT1UB STOCK OK
'W IK I T E
Lawns, Swisses, Victoria Lawns,,
India Linen, "
A FULL LINi: OK
tho Legislature praying, uncondi
lionfllly, that no cession of Hawaiian
territory bo mado. Yot it cannot bo
said that a majority of tho electors
have made themselves understood
on either side of tho question. It
therefore remains to be tested in a
formal way how tho Hawaiian mem
bers of tho Legislature, who wish to
be on the right side of their consti
tuents, will regard the proposition
for granting tho United States an
indefinite continuation of tho privi-
, logos now for years enjoyed although
Heie is something from Mr. Frank
A, Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lewiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and are not slow iu sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that he has lost a
father and several brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
nud is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumptionhis stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen I " I
use nothing but Hochee's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred difleient per-
antiC tr, tnl-r it- Ptior onrtrt im1
me that it is the best cough syrup compared with those we show
in me market." i you io-ciay. uurs is tne recog
. , rrs I nized hot bed of lamps which
edjre is a
eye from the
smart shade is the Venetian;
for table lamps. Made of
surah silk and smothered in
the fluffiest sort of lace. For
the parlor where a piano iamp
is not used nothing is more
entrancing than this particular
style of shade. We have them
in a variety of colors from
Pink to Red and from Canary
to a Rich Orange. For a
shade combining all the good
qualities of the very expensive
patterns but at a much less
cost there are none more
fetching than the Lace Canoe
patterns, in size tney run
io inch, suitable for
to 21 inches
for a piano
of last year
sink into in
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
No Hiuiiliui; about our Prices; they aro
made on a
And nuvur have lobe reduced.
ri.icsoNAM.v Hi:i.i:emi (-tolk oh
Elegant Gift Books
And STANDARD AUTHORS.
Children's Books In Illuminated Covets
In Hoards and Linen,
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Snake and Seal Skins.
(JAMES OK AI,L DESCRIPTIONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Loner Pi ices than ever otl'ered in
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including liael.ets, Halts, Hats, Cans, Nets,
Poles and Hut.
CROQUET SKTS from $l."i0 to $12.
CHRISTMAS CARDS aie out of fashion
anil wo have In their places a
HEAUTII-'UL LINE OK
WHICH CAN NOT HE HEATEN.
The Number Nine!
Mnsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Will be Closed Out This "Week at Prices Not to be
fiST" Ladies Take Advantage of This Special Sale ! "&1
Temple or Fstsliioia.
Oxaraanains 331ocX, Port Street.
ill i't V I l V in
SfSKSKpa"-! te ta tags
"rm i ..Jii
I i Br "
The singular jioierties of tho numbor
nine are well-known to aiithiiieticlaus.
The following is one of tho most lntoiest
iug. If tho caullual numbers from 1 toll
inclusive, omitting X, be used as a mult i
nlic.md, and any one of them, multiplied
by U, bo used as a multiplier, tho result
will present a succession of ilgures tho
riii 11 hi as that multiplied by tho I), Kor ex
ample, if wo wish a series of Uvea, wo take
Ii times t), equal to l.ri for it multiplier:
1 2 ,1 1 5 (I
ilQllbggESl"3 " -" "f - 4 -". I'"'""v
ii 5 5 5 fl 5 5 6
A similar result will bo obtained by using
all thu oilier numbers, liuiluiling 8 (Ti),
Another lutuiestiug fact is that there aro
ninu letters In "EIJUITAHLK" ami nine
words iu tho following suutoueo:
"Insure your life In tho Kijultnhle Life
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for Hawaiian islands.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
are at once "rechurchy and
distingay." Our present as-
BlMfIIAI. MHUTIVn OIJ 'IMI1J I
Kiro Polleo will be held TO-MOU- i SOrUilUIlt IS Dill t Ol tile Kind
ROW (Tuesday) KYKXINO, Nov, 16, . ,uf :, ... r,...i .i. 1...I.
at their Now Hall, corner Hotel and Kort ' l"l- ln ""' iu uuu uu: juium
streets, at 7 o'clock sharp. The attendance
of overv member is requested. Husiness
Election of Olllcers.
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
curriers for 50 cents per month,
string to the doors of the
handsomest residences in
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ATAMEETINO OK THE HOARD OK
Trustees of tho Oahu Cemeturv Asso
ciation held this l'.'lh day of Nov.,'lb!U,at
the Rooms of thu ('htimhur of Commoico,
an Election of Olllcers resulted In tho
choicu of thu Hon. .laiuus I, Dowsett, Pre
sident, and thu Hon. J. T, Watorhoubo,
Jr., Vice-President. Mr. Hruce C'artwright
was appointed. Treasurer and Mr. John 11.
Paty, Secretary thoy to hold such ap
pointments dining the pleasuio of thu
Hoard of Trustees.
JOHN H. PATY
Secretary O. 0. A.
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cents icr month.
M. & P. Wrought M Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & OO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumami St., Ground Floor,
LAKG1J ASSORTMENT OF JVEW GOODS !
8PEOIAI, DISPLAY OK
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
PI2STE WIEIIE I
USTew Rug;s and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc, . .
Hst- -4 jA.
L,Jai&fii&rfyfc44iiiaBtisivft4w 4ILti-i&5s.. .