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Tondora for tho Purchase of Ha
waiian Govornmont Bonds.
Notice Is hereby given tlint under nutlio
rlty ot Seotlon 2t of "An Aft to Amend
nnd Consolidate the Lnws roluthij to the
Hawaiian Postal Savings Hank," approved
on tho 7th day ot September, IS'.KJ, inn' m
that day taking ell'cet, the Postmnstcr-v
cral offers for salo $50,000 of Coupon ltond.
of tho Hawaiian Government, Mich lkmds
boing of tho dcnomlnntlon of One Thou
sand Dollars each, redeemable In not les
than live years, nor inoro than twenty
years, with intercut at six percent per an
num, payable semi-annually, principal nnd
interest payable in United States Hold
The Bonds express on their face that
they are isuod as security for the Postal
Savings Bank Depoits.
Tenders for the purchase of tho whole or
any part of said Uonds will be received at
the oilleo of t'u Itcgistrar of Public Ac
counts, Finance Department, up to l'J
o'clock noon on THUUSDAV, tho 17th
day of November, lSifi.
The Posttnastcr-Ocnoral does not bind
himself to accept any tender or the i hole
of anv tender.
P. C. Ja.NCt,
Minister of Finance.
M. P. Kom.NsoN,
Minister of Foreign Atlairs.
G. N. AViixox,
Minister of Interior.
A ttorney-G eneral .
Mit. MAHOUS It. COLBUUX lias this
day been appointed a member of tho Hoard
of Inspectors of Animals for tho District of
Honolulu, Island of Onliu, vice J no. II.
Tho Hoard now consists as follows:
Wm. T. MONSAllKAT, Executive In
spector. PAUL ISF.NHEHG, Jn.
MAHOUS It. COMJUKN.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Otlice, November 11, ISO'J.
JNO. H. BAHCOCK, Esq., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for the
Second Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlco, Nov. 10, 18!r. 07I-3t
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
ut Establinhed for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, lSi)2.
THE APPROPRIATION BILL -II.
It will bo remembered that, as we
published previously, Section 1 of the
Appropriation Bill now boforo the
House authorizes tho expenditure of
S2,663,S78.57 as against $3,127,1- 1 '.
authorized by tho Appropruu
Bill for tho poriod just ended. Tli
would indicate on the face of it that
a retrenchment of $103,709.55 in tho
expenditures had been made by tho
Legislature. This, howovor, is not
tho true state of tho case; as will bo
soon whon tho expenditures aro ex
amined by departments, and tho
nature of the alterations inado in
each considered. A portion of the
lowering of tho amount has indeed
been effect' c. by logitimato retrench
ment, that is, by tho reduction of
cost to tho state while continuing
tho oiliciency of tho service perform
ed. Some has boon done by false
retrenchment, that is, stopping alto
gether tho service performed, oven
if necessary, and so ending tho cost
to tho state. And some by the
natural cessation of tho expenditure
through tho complotion of tho ser
vice required and tho non-necessity
for its renewal. Instances of oach
kind will bo noticed in considering
the departments in tho already
published list seriatim and in detail.
As wo published previously tho
total sum set apart for Hor Majes
ty's Civil List is $53,500 as against
$72,800 for tho preceding poriod a
reduction of $19,300 for tho poriod.
Of this amount $10,000 is dovotod to
Hor Majostj' Privy Purse and House
hold Exponsos, as against $52,000
in tho past poriod. Wo may remark
in passing that this is a less amount
than has been asked for on behalf of
auy Sovoroign during any poriod
since 1870, or over 22 years ago, and
that, proportionately to tho revenue
of tho country and tho increase of
oxpouso, it is considerably loss than
any Sovereign has been granted at
any time sinco tho days of Kamoha
moha III. a poriod of H) yoars. It
is but a just tribute to tho evident
continuous dosiro of Hor Majesty
for tho wolfaro and happiness of her
people to point out, on tho authority
of tho public statement of Hor Min
istry to tho House, that Her Majesty
personally dosorvos tho ontiro credit
of making this notable reduction in
tho oxpondituro of tho nation, Tho
other reductions aro causod by the
merging of tho position of II. I. H.
ICaiulani in that of tho Heir Appar
ent, which struck out $1800, and a
reduction of $2000 in tho amount
actually nllowod to tho Hoir '"ar-
out and .?i00 in tho nmount allowed
to tho Chntnborlniii. Tho wholo re
duction ot $10,300 in this section is
tints accounted for.
Tho next section, that of Perma
nent Settlements (a term by custom
hero equivalent to the pension list
ot other countries), amounts to
.?!)I00, against S5S00 appropriated in
tho last period. Tho present list
contains new items of $S000 for tho
Queen Dowagor and $100 for Mrs.
Kaulua. The.-o are partially offset,
by tho omission of items amounting
to &1K0O in last period caused by tho
lamented deaths of tho l'rinco Con
sort and tho lion. 11. Kuiholani.
This section therefore shows an in
crease of $!!G00.
Tho next division provides for tho
oxponsos of tho Legislature and tho
Privy Council, which are sol down
at $3r,.ir0 against $lir,;J00 for last
period. It is worth whilo noticing
that in 1870 these expenses amount
ed to only .?lG,i(X), or less than half
tho present cost, and had been so
since 1800. For tho information of
those who desiro to note tho increase
of cost of tho exponso of legislation
wo insert tho amounts appropriated
sinco 1874; sinco which tho increase,
though not regular, has never fallen
to tho amount of 20 years ago:
1870, $23,102; 1S78, $10,500; 18S0,
$20,3(X); 1882, $25,300; 1S81, $10,300;
18S0, $50,300; 1888, $25,300. Tho
growth has been maiuly duo to tho
successive increases in tho compen
sation of Uepresentatives, but part
is also duo to tho increased length
Tho items devoted to tho expenses
of tho Judiciary Department call
for $151,500 (not $151,000 as footed
in the printed cop' now boforo tho
House which wo followed in tho
first article) as against $189,H1.85
appropriated for last poriod. This
provides for a Chief Justice of tho
Supromo Court at a salarj- of $12,
000 for tho poriod, two Associate
Justices at $10,000 each, a clork at
$0000, a deputy clork at $1000 and
ono at $3000, a shorthand roportor
at $1S00, a Hawaiian interpreter at
$0000, a Chinoso interpret or at $3000,
a Portuguese interpreter at $1800,
two circuit judgos at $3000, a circuit
judge at $1000, nine polico justices
at from $1200 to $-)000, twonty-ono
district justices at from $000 to
$1500, a circuit clork at $1000, two
circuit clerks at $000, and a polico
court clork at $2100. It provides
also $12,000 for tho oxponsos of tho
Supromo Court, $10,000 for circuit
courts, $5000 for witnesses in crimin
al cases, $1000 for tho purchase of
law books, $1500 for stationery, etc.,
$2300 for printing and binding 8th
volume Reports, $2000 for extra in
terpreters, and $2100 for pay of mes
sengers. Tho apparent reduction of $35,
lll.S5on last poriod is made up as
follow.,: A reduction of $20,000, as
there aro now only three Supremo
Court Judges instead of five; $5700,
caused by striking out ono circuit
judge for Hawaii at $1200, and re
ducing tho other $200, the Maui
judge $700, and tho Kauai judge
$000; $1000 less for purchasing law
books, $500 less for stationery; a re
duction of $1000, caused by docking
tho chief clork $1000, or 1-1 percent,
tho shot thand reporter $1200, or 20
percent, tho Hawaiian interpreter
$1200, or 10 percent, tho Portuguese
interpreter $000, or 25 percent, tho
clork and interpreter of tho Hono
lulu Polico Court $000, or 20 per
cent; $1100 saved on polico and dis
trict justices' salaries by decreasing
tho Polico Judge of Honolulu $1000,
or 10 percent, taking $000 off tho
Wailuku Polico Justice or 20 percent,
$200 apiece off eight other justices'
salaries, and $100 off one, $300 off an
other, $100 from another, and $100
from a fourth. Ono judge for Ka
laupapa, Molokai, at $000, has boon
struck out altogether, and a now ono
inserted at $800 for Central Hilo,
and an increase of $200 given to tho
Waimea, Kauai, Justice. An in
crease of $018.15 for printing lie
ports is made.
It will thus bo soon that over
threo-fourths, $25,700, of this reduc
tion is apparent and not real, being
causod by tho reduction in tho num
ber of Supromo Court Judgos and
Circuit Judges and Circuit Justices'
salaries; and oven this will bo inoro
than offset by the sum required to
pay tho new Circuit Judges, aud tho
increase in tho salaries of tho present
incumbents, causod by tho passage
of tho Judiciary Bill. Tho actual
reductions in salaries have been
made, as briefly indicated above, on
apparently so capricious and partial
a method as to lay tho Legislature
open to tho possibly undosorvod im
putation not only of favoritism, on
account of tho haphazard aud pro
portionately unequal roduction, but
of tho thoroughly deserved ono of
want of duo consideration, compari
son, rotlection, and investigation in
making tho reductions. In short,
wo soo in this dopartmont but an
actual reduction of $97-11.85 inado
apparontlj' on partial and possibly
personal grounds, tho wholo benefit
of which to tho re venue has boon
cancelled by a now act of tho samo
Legislature aud oxtra expense in
curred at tho rate of about $12,000
Tho appropriations for tho main
tenance of tho Judiciary department
wore, in 1802, .$01,100; in 1872, $78,
150; in 1882, $122,125', in 1880, $178,
500; and in 1888, $173, UK).
Tho Caso of Wramp.
Permit mo to correct a statement
published by you las! evening relat
ing to tho caso of llonry Wrainp.
Mr. Wrainp was not a hum on (ho
Koloa Plant tit ion, and did not mal
treat a .lapanoso laborer so that ho
died from his injuries as stated by
He was an ovorseor on tho Kokahn
Plantation and pushed a Japanese,
who slipped upon tho cane and fell.
The man was suffering from a hernia
of which Mr. Wramp know nothing.
Ho died two days later, and aftor
his death tho charge was mado that
Wrainp had kicked and abused him
in a violent and brutal manner, and
Wrainp was prosecuted for man
slaughter. At tho trial before a jury, at the
last August term of tlio' Circuit
Court, tho charge of manslaughter,
in causing tho man's death, failed,
but ho was found guilty of assault
and battory, and tho Court sentenced
him to two years' imprisonment.
Tho punishment was deemed so
oxcossive, in view of the circum
stances as proved, a petition for his
pardon was signed bv every member
of tho jury who tried him, by otlicors
of tho court, and by a largo number
of tho inlluontial residents of Kauai.
William O. Smith.
Honolulu, Novombor 15, 1892.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for salo.
Root Beer on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans aud Curios at "Tho
Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
Aftor shaving use Oueuuiber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cuinbor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho storo formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovorin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Aro your children subject to croup?
If so, you should nover bo without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It is a certain cure for
croup, and has never boon known to
fail. If given freely as soon as- tho
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent tho attack. It is tho solo reli
ance with thousands of mothers who
havo croup' children, and never dis
appoints them. There is no danger
in giving this Remedy in largo and
frequent doses, as it contains nothing
injurious. 50 cent bottles for salo
bjr all dealers. Bonson, Smith A:
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl
For children a medi
cine should be abso
lutely reliable. A
mother must be able to
pin her faith to it as to
her Bible. It must
contain nothing violent, uncertain,
or dangerous. It must be standard
in material and manufacture. It
must be plain aud simple to admin
ister; easy and pleasant to take.
The child must like it. It must be
prompt in action, giving immedi
ate relief, as childrens' troubles
come quick, grow fast, and end
fatally or otherwise in a very short
time. It must not only relieve quick
but bring them around quick, as
children chafe and fret and spoil
their constitutions under long con
finement. It must do its work in
moderate doses. A large quantity
of medicine in u. child is not desira
ble. It must not interfere with the
child's spirits, appetite or general
health. These things suit old as
well as young folks, and make Bo
schee's German Syrup the favorite
familv me "ine. T
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
rpHE FOLLOWING OFFlCUItS WK11K
X elected ut thu minimi meeting of tho
Union Feed Co., L'd., hold ut their olllee
November l.'i, 18!:
President . . . . K. 0. Macfnrhino,
Vice-President . . . W. F. Allen,
Secretary F. It. Vldu,
,te .... V. W. Mnefnrliuie,
Auditor F. Klniitji.
F. It. VIDA,
OTO-Ut Secretary U. F. Co., L'd.
A COOK ANf) GKNKKAL 8KKVANT,
HefuruiU'us required, Apply to
GKO. K. HAJMUb'oS',
570-lt Hawaiian Hotel.
rp() IlKNT FOH TWO Oil
X three mouths Fur
nished Cottugu, funtrally
loeiited. liubt refereneos
ulven and reiiuirod. Apply to
GKO. K. JIAUKISON,
Buon Cottaau, Hawaiian Hotel.
ACOTTAGK ON NUITANU
street, No, liKJ, Six llooms
anil a llutlirouiii. Outlioiibus.
ott!., all In good order. ' Kent only fliO, in-
eliKHiiL' witter rates. AImi u L-ottai
itagu lit tao
rear of above, at if 12. Apply
ut tills ofllee,
J)aily liullt'iin, 50 vents u month,
Bawaiiaa Hartlware Go., L'fl
Saturday, Nov. 12, 1S9S.
Thure are few
things in this
than the night
ries. They have
plumage nor does their habit
of getting closer to one's heart
by affectionate 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
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
initiation 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 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
affair it is in
you to get
look at a lamp
just as you do at your rugs or
our curtains; you want 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
Slates square shades in silk,
trimmed 'with french silk lace;
umbrella shades in satin, lined
with the same material.
edge is a
eye irom tile
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 nnd 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
111 i, . table lamps,
OA'fS to 2i inches
111 Ultlllll, IVl
for a piano
of last year
sink into in
sitrnificance 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 Guilt of the kind
that is sure to find the latch
string to the doors of the
handsomest residences in
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
By Jrb. F. Morgan.
AT Yi O'CLOCK NOON',
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, 1 will sell
at l'ubllo Auction tho
Of the Kxtnte of .Inmes Harris,
' deceased :
1 All that portion of 11. 1 1-l'J, L. 0. A,
1WU, to Kami, by deed of Ahull and I'ae
knkui to snld .las. HarrK Tho above Pro
perty fronts on tho easterly ido of Fort
street, below Kitkul street, and is occupied
in part by CIiIiioho stores nnd by thu latu
residence of said Jus, Harris, deceased.
'2 Kuloaiia In Koolaupoko, Island of
Oahu, now leased.
3 A Kuleaiia at llonotilluli, Kwa.
Tho nbovo Properties oiler a very desira
ble ehaneo for Investment. Tho Property
on Fort street is now partly nnder rent,
making an assured income.
VSh-For further particulars apply to
Jas. IT1. Morgan,
Pre-ents Its Annual Array of
And gives no evidence of diminished sup
ply on account of the cry of dull times,
but meets the changed condition of things
by a reduction of prices in ninny lines
through a saving of American duties on
mo-t F.uropciin Goods that every well
regulated family must have. A visit to
T. 6. Thrum's Store
lOS Fort Street,
Suggested to a little visitor the thought
that "Santa Clans was going to live here,"
thus recotinizimi the fact as well as name.
Hollers a variety for selection that must
bo seen to bo bo appreciated.
The selection of BOOKS delayed en
ronte will be here by return "Australia,"
but the line of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
Not an old one of last year's stock
in the lot; with
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
Are Attractive, both for price and design,
t All orders carefully attended to.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Humbug nbotit our Prices;
made on a
And never have to be icdiiced.
i,i:iC'iONAi,i,v hki.i:i'1kii stock or
Elegant Gift Books
And STANDAU1) AUTlIOIiS.
Children's Books in Illuminated Covers
In Hoard-, and Linen.
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
tinulce ami Kuul Skins.
CJAMKS OF ALL DKSOK1PTIONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Iowur Prices than ever o He rod in
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including Hackets, Hulls, Hnts, Caps, Nets,
Poles and Gut.
OUOQUKT SKTS from ifl.fiO to l!.
OHltlBTMAH C'AJmS are out of fushlon
and wo have in their places a
HF.AUT1FUL LINK OF-
WlllOII OAN NOT UK UKATKN.
The Number Nine!
The singular properties of tho number
iiiuu are well-known to arithmeticians.
The following Is one of thu most iuteiest
iug. If the cardinal numbers from 1 toll
inclusive, omitting 8, be u.sed as a multi
plicand, and any onu of thorn, multiplied
by I), be used as u multiplier, the result
will present u succession of figures tho
same as that multiplied by thut). For ex
ample, if wo wish a scries of lives, wo tako
0 times II, eijual to -IS for a multiplier:
1 'J a 1 fi (I
fi 6 0 5 0 S 6 5 ft
A similar result will ho obtained by using
all the other numbers, including 8 (Ti),
Another interesting fact is that there aro
nine letters in "LQUITAHLIC," mid nine
words in tho following bcntenee;
"Insure your life in the j:r..iitubleLifo
Assurance Society." ,
bruoe & a. j. OARTwnianr,
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Oil It KNTIUH
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Will Toe Closed Out This Week at Prices Not to "be
HOT Ladies Take Advantage
PACIFIC MIROWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block., Fort Street.
JlHI.rsi I sits t ra
' VBMMi I..I Hr ' " ll...riM..."-T-7 ,, i iTi, r inr
-, , - Wf - r-.y y-1-
M. & P. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmaim St., Ground Floor,
LAltCiE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
2Tq-w K.iags and Carpets,
' Rattan Ware,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
I T E
of This Special Sale ! "tt
Temple of Fasliion.
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