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Tendors for tho Purchaso of Ha
waiian Oovornmont Bonds.
ported during tho Chnmborlninship
of tho Into 0. H. Jtidd ton years ago
is in need of ro-uiiholstoring and re
pairs. At periodical slate gatherings
tho furniture used has to bo hired,
as tho chairs, ote., bolonging to tho
Pnlneo would scarcely Font a hundred
people, nnd much of that is in tnt
tors. Parsimony, in neglecting to
provide proper accommodation for
our guests, is not economy.
Notico Is hereby given tltnt under autho
rity of Section 21 of "An Act to Amend
nnd Consolidate the Laws relating to the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Hank," approved
on tho 7th day of September, 180.!, and on
that day taking ufTect, thol'ostmasler-Oen-end
offers for sale $50,000 of Coupon Roiuls
of tho Hawaiian Oovornmont, such Jlonds
being of tho denomination of Onu Thou
sand Dollars eneh, redeemable in not les
than five years, nor more than twenty
years, with interest at six percent per an
num, payable semi-annually, principal and
interest payable in United States Gold
The Bonds express on their face that
thoy nre Issued as security for the Postal
Savings Bank Deposits.
Tenders for the purchase of the whole or
any part of said Bonds will be received at
tho olllco of tho Registrar of Public Ac
counts,. Finance Department, up to 12
o'clock noon on THURSDAY, tho 17th
day of November, ISiii.
The Postmaster-General does not bind
himself to accept any tender or the whole
of any tender.
P. C. Jo.nks,
Minister of Finance.
M. P. Bobikson,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of Interior.
Mr. MAIICUS B. COL11URN has this
day been appointed a member of the Board
of Inspectors of Animals for the District of
Honolulu, Island of Onliu, vice Jno. II.
The Board now consists as follows:
Wm. T. MOXSARHAT, liiecutive In
spector. PAUL ISKNRERG, Jr.
MAKCUS 11. COI.13URN.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflice, November 11, lb02.
In commemoration of His late Majesty
Kalakaua, WEDNESDAY, November 10,
1B92, the anniversary of His Birthday, will
bo observed as a National Holiday, and all
Government ofllces throughout the King
dom will be closed.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Novem
ber 7, 1892. BCS-3t l(5-2t
JNO. H. BABCOCK, E-o.., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for the
Second Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, Nov. 10, 1892. 57l-:
Tho Liboral party's organ named
after itself lately dovofed a groat
deal of its stilled rhetoric to tho
setting forth of the high civic vir
tues of tho leaders of tho Ituform
party. Now the now Liboral organ
Ka Leo in its English detach
ment has undertaken to show tltnt
tho Reform party by its recent eon
duct only proves its invutornto dis
honesty from 'way back and all
through. Yet Ur'or Bush knows no
more about tho Reform party's
charactor to-day than ho did two
months atro, when ho embraced its
cause and took back all tho hard
things ho had over said about it and
its lenders. Probably tho Ituform
part y on its part thinks just as much
of Mr. Bush to-day as it did two
years ago. Whore aro Mr. Bush and
tho rost of tho Liberals going to
seek now alliances now? TI103 ap
pear to have a falal facility for get
ting out with ovory compact in
which thoy become leagued. Tho
familiar result in tho latest instance
simply proves what tho Bulletin has
hold from tho first, namely, that
thoro wns no "principle" of majority
rule at issue in the recent crisis, bo
causo there was no gonuino majority
to agree on tho conditions of ruling.
It was not a majority, but a looso
joiuted alliance of two or three min
orities, each with a different sot of
purposes from tho other, which clam
oroirly claimed a majority's rights.
Well was it in such a situation that
tho nation had a head to tho Execu
tive braueh, firm enough to resist all
intimidation and wiso enough to find
a way out of confusion.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, NOV. 15, 1892.
Mr. Thurston deserves credit for
his amendment to Section 5 of tho
Appropriation Act enabling tho Gov
ernment creditors of all kinds as
well as the various salaried officials
to get their just duos pending tho
passage of a new Appropriation Act
during next Legislature. It shows a
great change from his previous stand
on the question, and no matter from
what reason it arises ho deserves
commendation for his action.
RAISING THE STANDARD.
The Advertiser, to satisfy its per
sonal ends, recently mndo n bold bid
for tho support of tho Liboral party
by offering them, as it considorod,
tho choice bribe of tho Marshal's
scalp in lieu of Cabinet oflico. Tho
Leo, which is tho organ of tho
Liberal party, this morning nayn dis
tinctly that it wouldn't gratify them
to get his scalp, as ho is not person
ally offensive to them, but thoy want
the scalps of his subordinates. The
Advertiser's viudictivoness has again
overshot its mark.
Wo know that newspaper quarrels
aro generally distasteful to uows
papor readers. Having thoroforo
olsowhoro onco for all replied to tho
Advertisor on tho matter of circula
tion, wo promise to trouble our read
ers no moro on tho question, con
touting ourselves now with tho reply
in advance to anything further from
tho Advertiser, that wo aro prepared
to prove to all-comers tho utter
falsity of that paper's assertions of
similar tenor to those already an
swered. Our only excuse, which wo
consider sufficient, for having noticed
tho Hawaiian Gazotto Co.'s libol at
all is that it was a dospicabh) attempt
to destroy this paper's holiday adver
tising business, of which that con
corn is evidently bitterly jealous.
Mississippi has entered upon a
test of tho virtue of au elevation of
the franchise Tho now constitution
of that State disqualifies from voting
those who aro unable to road and
write,and makes tho franchise further
conditional on tho payment of a
stiff poll tax. There aro 107,205
colored men and 110,100 white men
over 21 years of ago in Mississippi,
all of whom under tho old condi
tions would bo entitled to vote. All
who havo registered and thus quali
fied thomsolves to vote this year aro
7(5,7-12 men of both races, but now
tho majority is on tho white side
08,127 white to 8015 colored votors.
It is provided, as a softening element,
that until 1890 an illiterate citizen
may vote if ho is ablo to explain a
portion of tho Constitution when
road to him. Tho fact that of 3000
or 1000 votors admitted under this
provision about half the number aro
colored men is taken as showing that
it was not intended to discriminate
against colored men. According to
tho census about 100,000 white and
.'57,000 colored men can road and
write. Tho largo proportion of those
who failed to register would indicate
tho existence of a considerable ele
ment in both races who either aro
too poor to pay tho poll tax or do
not value tho voting privilege enough
to incur tho espouse and trouble of
registration. Tho Koviow of Tieviows
says: ''Wo aro inclined to think that
tho State of Mississippi and both
racos aro to bo congratulated. The
colored race, though numerically
possossed of a considerable majority,
is not morally entitled to rule in
Mississippi, because as j'ot it posses
ses a very small minority of the men
who havo the intelligence and capa
city to rule properly." The Review
also points out another result to bo
anticipated, which, if realized and
tho plan should bo adopted gonoral
ly in tho Southern States, might
revolutionize tho politics of tho en
tire nation, as thoro would be an end
to tho "solid South." It says, "As
for ho whito race, this plan will havo
rolioved thorn from tho foar of ignor
ant negro domination that they havo
felt, so that thoy can now afford
thomsolves ho unwonted luxury of
disagreeing, and ontoriug into differ
ent party organizations."
welcome to closoly investigate its
circulation. Tho statemont horo re
ferred to, however, is Ho No. 2. It
was ascertained by tho "exports," ac
cording to tho Advertiser, that tho
Bulletin's circulation wns loss than
GOO. This is He No. !l and it is em
phasized by being printed in sinnll
capitals. The circulation of tho
Bulletin reached a point over GOO in
tho year 1880, and it has never gone
back near that figure since. On tho
contrary it went on increasing until
it more than doubled that figure.
Moro than a year ago an extra clerk
was engaged to revise tho Honolulu
delivery route lists, and on his re
port several hundred names were
struck off. They were chielly those
of persons, in the floating population
who had changed their lodgings,
and although others kept picking
up the papers nobody .ould admit
tho responsibility of paying for
them. Yot no sooner wore tho pa
pers cut off than a stead run of
now subscribers ensued, lasting for
many weoks, which showed that peo
ple could not do without t ho Bulle
tin and, however ready to read it at
others' expense, must pay for it
rather than not read it. It has in
deed been a matter of surprise how
tho circulation of this paper has
scarcely felt t he doparturo of largo
numbers of its former readers for for
eign parts. Whilo tho circulation of
tho Bulletin has moro than hold tho
load over any rival in tho city, it has
continued to havo a stead' increase
on tho other islands, where it will
shortly overtake, if it has not already
overtaken, tho largest circulated
weoklj' paper. Again an' business
man is invited to a full examination
of tho circulation of the Bulletin.
Ho would find that tho Honolulu
carriors alone dolivor hundreds of
papers abovo tho figuro tho Adver
tiser maliciously and with colossal
impudence stated as this papor's
total circulation. Also, that it takes
three-fourths of tho mail clerk's
time every day to attend to tho
country circulation. No amount of
squirming will clear the Advertiser
of having perpetrated against this
paper a malicious, mercenary and
mendacious libol. A concorn that
has to bolster itself up on such dis
reputable means must feel itsolf to
bo in desporato circumstances. Wo
again brand tho author of tho table
of circulations in Saturday's Adver
tisor as a cowardly liar and challenge
him to disprove tho imputation.
Saturday, Nov, 12, 1S0S.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Will you please oblige mo bv
ting 1110 know through j'our Bulle
tin, whether there was a now law
passed about pigs boing fenced in,
instead of lotting thorn loose and
running in tho streots.
C. E. Milleh.
Tho law of es trays, etc., was con
solidated and amended in 1888. It
providos, Soc. 12, that: "All owners
of swino shall keep such animals
confined. In case swino shall tres
pass upon any land tho owner, if
known, shall bo notified b' tho own
er of the land trespci od upon, and
if ho shall not remove the swino
within twenty-four hours, or if any
swino bolonging to such ownor shall
again trespass on the land of such
land-owner, such swino, as well as
all swino trespassing, tho ownor of
which is unknown, may bo killed,
and the land-owner shall not bo lia
ble for damages for such killing.
For tho Season.
The Pacific Hardware Co. aio dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea Sots in Doulton Ware and
Copoland; examples suitable for
presents in Haviland, Copoland,
j'oyai Worcester, Jtoyni uovon and
Bisquo; 'Bisque Figures; Rochester
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many other articles.
llingham Buckets, plain and paint
ed, in nests. Ever' housokeopor
should havo a supply of those.
Rofrigorators and Ice Chests of
the most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms is invited.
There are few
things in this
than the night
ries. They have
plumage nor clues their habit
of getting closer to one's heart
by affectionate punctures
make one jearn 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
flict upon us the rabbit
another terror equal to the
mongoose in depredatory
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 the one
the law cannot
reach take it
ward the exter
mination bv a
We mentioned, incidentally,
a few weeks ago. something
about the lamps that were ex
pected on the Brig W. G.
Irwin. The lamps are in the
store and for artistic design
and superior workman-ship
we commena tnem to your
notice. When you are get
ting something to liy-. 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
artair it is in
you to get
look at a
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On SATURDAY, Nov. 19th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON',
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I Villi ell
nt Public Auction tho
Of the Kstato of James Harris,
1 All thnt portion of 11. I'. 112, L. 0. A.
lfi!U, to Knno, by tleeil of Ahull and l'ne
kukui to said Jim. Harris. The abovo Pro
petty fronts on tho easterly sido of Fort
street, below Kulcul street, nnd Is occupied
in part by Clilnoso stoics and by the Into
residence, of said Jas. Harris, deceased.
'.' Kulcana in Koolaupoko, Island of
Oabu, now leased.
3 A Kulcana at Ilonoullull, Kwa.
Tho abovo Properties oll'or a vcrv desira
ble chaneo for Investment. Tlio Property
on Fort street is now partly under lent,
making an nssmed Income.
Ij-For further particulars apply to
Jas. :F 3VEorga.ii,
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Otlll KNTIRF, STOCK OF
Humbug about our Piiees; thoy are
made on a
When the item for Palaco furni
ture came up for consideration it
was opposed by Noblo Thurston on
tho ground that furniture was pur
chased for tho Palaco years ago, It
is a well known fact and ono which
tho committeo can soe at a glance,
that tho Palaco was never half fur
nished; tho deficiency boiug supplied
by the private furuituro of tho late
King. Tho furniture which was im-
THE GAZETTED UAH.
Yesterday morning tho Advertiser
tried to brace up its previous false
hood about tho Bulletin's circula
tion by another bold fabrication
comprising not ono but several lies.
It speaks of this papor's having
ehangod owners "a fow months ago,"
which is lio No.l. This is tho third
3oar in which tho Bulletin has been
under its present ownorship. Tho
Advortisor, further, refers to a com
mittee of exports who investigated
tho circulation of tho Bulletin.
Nothing of tho kind is known in tho
records of the concern, although
doubtless tho representatives of tho
buyers in 1800 ascertained tho circu
lation. This papor has always boon
printed in sight of tho public, and
businoss men have always been mado
As tho coach drove along tho
driver turned round with tho air of
a man imparting useful information,
and said, "Man, 1 got a curiosity
among my change yesterday a sillor
saxpenco 200 years mild. Did you
ever see a coin as auld as that?"
"Oh, yes; I havo a coin 2000 yoais
old." "Ah," said tho drivor, "havo
ye?" and drovo on. When tho coach
reached its destination, tho drivor
came ovor and said, "I told you I
had a saxponco 200 years auld, didn't
It" "Yos." "An yo said yo had a
coin twa thousan' years auld?" "Yes."
"Well, oxkuso mo, bit yo'ro a lear, for
this is only 18821"
COOK AND OKN'BKAL SERVANT.
References required. Apply to
QUO, U. HARRISON,
575-lt Hawaiian Hotel.
TO RKNT VOli TWO OH
threo months Fur
nished Cottage, centrally
located. Uest references
given and required. Apply to
O.KO. K. HARRISON.
Know Cottage, Hawaiian Hotel.
CO cents a month,
just as you do at your rugs or
our curtains; you wa'nt some
thing that will remain new to
you. That is the style lamp
we offer you
Separate and distinct from
these everlastingly beautiful
lamps is an assortment of
shades selected from the stock
of the most celebrated lamp
shade builder in the United
States square shades in silk,
trimmed with french silk lace;
umbrella shades in satin, lined
with the same material.
edge 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 lamp
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 they run
from the 10 inch, suitable for
lyy table lamps,
Mjf to 2I inches
for a piano
of last year
sjnk into in
compared with those we show
you to-day. Ours is the recog
nized hot bed of lamps which
are at once "rechurchy and
distingay," Our present as
sortment is built of the kind
that is sure to find the latch
string to the doors of the
handsomest residences in
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
And never have to be reduced.
IT.HSOXAIXY BM.KCTKli STOCK 01'
Elegant Gift Books
And STANDARD AUTHORS.
Children's Books In Illuminated Covers
In Hoards and l.lnon.
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Snake and Seal Skins.
GA1IKS OF AL1, DKSCIU1T10NS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Lower Prices than ever oll'ered in
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including Rackets, Balls, Hats, Caps, Nets,
Poles and Gut.
OROQUET SI'.TS from ?l.fi0 to $12.
CHRISTMAS CARDS are out of fashion
and we have in their places a
DKAUTIFUI. LINK OV
WHICH CAN NOT HE BEATEN.
A GREAT SUCCESS!
Lawns, Swisses, Victoria Lawns,
A 1'ULIi LINE OP
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Will "be Closed Out This Week at Prices Not to be
'ltJr Ladies Take Advantage of This Special Sale! -"ft
Temple of Fasliion.
JosttkTfa for Braky
Sloclt, Fort Street.
fUxnura utamiBisa isU tsiiail Iff 3
Cooked '.'Rolled'.' Oats!
JSTFor Sale by all Leading Grocers. .JSa
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
s. in. A.o-Eiisr'rs.
TUB Number Nine!
The HiiiKiilar piopurtios of tho number
nine aro well-known to arithinetieiaiiH.
The following In ono of the moat interest
ing. If tho cardinal ninuborn from 1 to !)
inclusive, omitting K, bu ukmI iih a multi
plicand, ami any ono of them, multiplied
by I), bo ti'-ed as a multiplier, tho result
1 1 1 proceiit a hucccsnIoii of figures the
fame as that multiplied by tlio 1), For ex
ample, if n wUli a herioM of liven, wo take
5 times I), ccpiul to 15 for a multiplier:
3 1 5 (i
,r fi fi & fi f 5 3 5
A similar ronult will bo obtained by lining
all tho other numbers, Including 8 (72).
Another interesting fact is that there are
nine letters in "KQU1TAM.K," and nino
words In tho following sentence:
"Insure your life in tlio Kr,,Mtablo I.ifu
BRUCE & A. J, OARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
ACOTTAOK ON NUUANU
street, No. UK), Six Rooms
and a liathrooui, Outhouses.
etc., all in good order. Rent only f-t), in-
ciiiiiing wiuor rates, aiso a i.ouago ill tlio
rear of abovo, at $12. Apply at tills offleo.
M. & P. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES fc CO.
Have Opened Their New
China,, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumaim St., Ground Floor,
ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
Sl'KOlAI, U1B1MAY OK
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
T8&W K,vigs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
-rfiMr fl5& k j .ap,