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A Mnjority of tliu Honrd of IiiMpwior of
Klcclion for tliu 3d Precinct, l!triet of
South llttu, Hawaii, lmviiigroHlgni'lotlW'e,
find thoro not being suflleicnt time to fill
said vacancies nnd to curry out tltn require
ments of law prior to tlio '.filth ln of Nov
embcr, tlio day l'roelaimcd for tlio Spcctnl
Klcctiou for Ucircuntntlvo In tnld l)l
trlct; notice is hereby given that the Pro
clamation Issued from tills Department
under ilato of November Itli, lS'U. onlei
ItiB such Election, is hereby rescinded.
0. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, November 21, lrtli.
580 3t- IS 3t
PRO CL AVIATION.
DKrAllTMKNT Of FlN IM'C,
Honolulu, October 23, 1SSU
lly virtue of authority given by an Act
of tho Legislative Assembly, entitled tin
" Act to Prevent tliu Infection of Cholera
in the Hawaiian Islands," approved on the
27th dov of September, IS'U, upon recom
mendation of the Hoard of Health, I do
horebv declare all Ports of Kntry in the
Kinudom, now open to commerce.
K. 0. MAOKARLANH,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 2,r, 18!U. f."7-tf
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents mauku of Judd street
are requested to collect w hat water they
may require for household purposes before
tj o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. W1I1TB,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, ISili .r.15-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, NOV. 21, 1892.
"Just as soon as tho Democrats
got power they will wipe out tho
atrocious Republican sugar bounty
system and restore tho duties." So
said Henry Wattorson, the famous
Democratic editor, in his paper, tho
Louisville Courier-Journal. This is
so much assurance that tho benefits
of the treaty wo have will bo re
Tho Los Angeles Times opposes
the proposed now treaty with those
islands, on tho ground that t ho ad
mission of Hawaiian refined sugar
free into tho United States would
injure tho Coast boot sugar and
cane sugar refining industries. It
tries to raise a scare that under such
a treaty Pacific Slopo interests
would bo sacrificed to those of Clans
Sprockets, who it says will neither
break the trust nor give thorn free
sugar, adding, "So far as the trado
of tho Hawaiian Islands goes, it
naturally comes to this country, and
our annual exports to the islands
amount to only So.OOO.OOO." "Only"
that, yos, but tho decreaso in those
exports, on account of tho MeKinloy
bill, gave Cleveland hundreds of
votes of business men in San Fran
cisco all tho same.
Tho business men of Puget Sound
appear to bo in earnest about estab
lishing steam communication with
Honolulu. Thej' havo formed a
company, including bankers and
Northern Pacific Ruihvay officials,
under tho namo of tho Pugot Sound
& Hawaiian Traffic Co., with a capi
tal stock of S10,000, which may bo
iucreasod to $100,000 as tho occasion
demands. Tho head otlieo is to be
at Tacoma, and Mr. W. E. Simpaou
arrived in Honolulu by tho Mari
posa to look up trade and to
charter vessels, tho first of which is
expected to arrive at Tacoma about
January 1. Tho incorporators aro
E. F. Caldwell, John S. Scholl, F. S.
Hannon, J. W. Berry and AV. E.
Simpson. A sample cargo is being
got together at tho Sound for this
port and, tho San Francisco Com
mercial News says, "ono browing
company has sent throo barrels of
beer which tho traveling manager of
tho Pugot Sound & Hawaiian Traf
fic Company will put on tap for tho
doloctation of the business men of
Tho conduct of tho election in
spectors for North Hilo, in interfer
ing with tho duo courso of the Elocr
tiou Law to provont an oloction to
fill tho seat vacated by Representa
tive Nawahi, desorvos not moroly
public reprobation but as eovoro
punishmout as thoro is law to pro
vide. Thoir protoxt that there was
not time for candidates to filo re
quisitions is a fraudulent as well as
paltry ouo. It was impossible to
givo more timo for an oloction that
would havo any utility, so far as
probabilities wont, for tho present
session. All that could bo done was
to do tho best possible, which the
Government did in good faith. It
was not for tho inspectors to make
a law for thomsolvos, which disfran
chises a district. Thoy aro all Jus
tices Mr. Lyman, of a Circuit,
Messrs. Hapai and Sissou, first and
second District Justices so ought
to havo known hotter. Thoy pro
bably did know bettor, but thoir poli
tics interfered with thoir judgment.
Such justicos should havo no place
in tho Judiciary systom.
Tho candidal uro of M. A. llodklng
for tho Alaul Noblo soat, cannot, un
der tho oiruilinstaneos, bo regarded
as other than factional. It was tho
voice of tho constituency in 1890
that Mr. Cornwoll should represent
it for tho term of two years. Now,
when ho had resigned his seat to
respond to tho Queen's call to tho
Ministry, undor tho extra-constitutional
practice for which ho is not
responsible, ho must needs, be
cause ho refused to hitch to tho
chariot whools of a faction, In op
posed from regaining tho soat for
tho small remnant of the term. Mr.
Cornwoll is not a bigoted partisan,
and avows his determination to com
mit himself to nothing but the
common good. There has never up
to this time been a broath of dissa
tisfaction from Ids constituents as to
his course in tlio Legislature. In
view of all tho circumstances, tho
electors of Maui, etc., should rebuke
factional politics by returning Mr.
Cornwoll with a like "land slide" to
that which elected Cleveland. It is
an opportunity such as rarely occurs
for free electors to sot a good oxam
plo against factional politics.
Banco Session This Day Sovon Ex-Attornoys-Qonoral.
A banco session of tlio Supremo
Court opened this morning. Pre
sent: Judd, C. J., Bickorton and
Dole, JJ. Thoro was a largo repre
sentation of tho bar, comprising At-tornoy-Genoral
A. S. Hartwell, "W. O. Smith,
A. Rosa, C. W. Ashford, V. A. Whit
ing and C. Croighton, and Messrs. G.
Wilder, Deputy Attorney-General,
J. A. Magoon, John Richardson, F.
M. Hatch and W. F. Froar. Count-
ills' the Chief Justice thoro woro
seven ex-Attornoys-Genoral prosont.
Tho caso of C. A. Brown vs. C. N.
Spencer, claim on tho position of
tax assessor and collector, was fixed
for hearing on Wednesday.
Ilaloakala Hart and others vs. Ka
heawaa and others. Ashford and
Magoon for plaintiffs; Thurston &
Frear for defendants. Mr. Froar
asking to put in more evidence, and
Mr. Magoon objecting, tho Court
orders Mr. Frear to support his mo
tion by an affidavit, and tho caso is
continued for affidavit to bo filed.
P. G. Camarinos vs. John Kidwoll.
Appeal of defendant from denial of
motion for a now trial. C. Croi!h-
ton for plaintiff; Hatch and Thurs
ton for defendant. Argued and sub
mitted. In ro will of Kamnka. Proponent's
exceptions from Second Circuit.
Croighton and Richardson for pro
ponent; Rosa and Kalua for con
testant. Argued and submitted.
Boforo Chief Justice Judd on Fri
daj' there was an accounting in ro
estate of Mauini Manuol. Tho
Court allowed tho accounts and or-
dored that J. F. Colburn pay tho ex
penses of tho hearing. E. 11". Ward
for petitioner; L. A. Thurston for
Judge Bickorton has rendered a
decision in tho caso of Egan & Gunn
vs. Edward M. Browor and othors,
heard b' agreement without a jury
in vacation as of October term.
Tho suit was for $1000 damages for
goods spoiled by loakago from a de
fective skylight in tho storo loasod
y plaint ill's from tho defendants.
According to tho cost prico of the
goods damaged, with 25 porcont add
ed for cost of placing tho goods in
the storo, tho damage shown was
.5580.10. Tho complaining firm rea
lized from tho salo of tho goods, on
an estimate roughly kept as tho
goods wont off, $150. It was proved
that dofondants made several at
tempts to ropair tlio skylight, but
all failed and tho leak continued
until a how skylight was built. His
Honor, while considering it was duo
to tho dofondants that plaintiffs
should havo kept an exact account
of tho proceeds of damaged goods,
awards tho plaintiffs tho damages
shown, less the results of sales, or
$130.10. Petersen & Croighton for
plaintiffs; A. S. Hartwell for dofond
Two Arrests for tho Theft ot Danger
For somo timo past Government
danger lanterns placed on tho road's
at night have been found missing
iu tho morning. This morning two
natives gavo information to tho
Police that a man named Pohaialii
had ofton conio to thoir house with
a lantern with tlio Government mark
on it. An otlicor was despatched to
Pohaialii's house, when tho red globo
was found, but tho lamp could not
lie discovered. Pohaialii was brought
'to tho Station, when ho attempted
to faster tho theft on Kalani residing
at Makiki, near tho place whoro
sovoral lamps havo boon missed, say
ing that ho gavo it to him. Kalani
has boon arrested also. Tho first
two natives who furnished tho infor
mation to tho police stated that it
was thoir opinion Pohaialii was tho
ihiof as ho used tho lantern all tho
time. It will bo romomborod Mr.
Geo, Dillingham at tho October term
of the Supremo Court recovered
$1000 damages against tho Govern
ment, for persoual injuries from an
accident due to tho absence of a
lantern from a stroot oxcavation, al
though it was proved that tho Jan
torn had boon stolon from tho place.
Mr. Mooro, tho postinastor at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
lie says: "I used it iu two cases for
colic and throo for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. I have handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but uover tried any that
gavo as good results as this. For
salo by all doalors. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Suprfiltto Success of tho Masonic Pic
nic on Saturday.
Lodgo lo Progros do l'Ocennio of
Free Masons scored a supremo suc
cess in thoir picnic on Saturday.
Altogether 7(( passengers trnvoled
over tho Oaliu Railway to and from
Reinond Grove, making an attend
ance of nail t lint number, or jksj.
This does not represent all tho
pat ronngo, however, as many tickets
woio sold besides those used.
A largo number of children onjoy
od tho outing in tho afternoon. For
them n series of sports had been or
ganized anil came off as follows:
1. Raco for boys of tl and under
Fred Wright 1. Win. Wright 2.
2. Raco for girls of 14 and under
Mnbol Horrick 1, Ida Norton 2,
Elsie Saunders tl,
y. Raco for boys and girls 12 vonrs
and under Robt. Ring 1, Henry
Horrick 2, Fred. Wright fl.
1. Raco for girls of 12 yoars and
undor Eliza Johnson 1, Emily
Roonoy 2, Lucy Roth 51.
fi. Post Ollico raco Win. Wright
1, George Schraedor 2, Fred. Wright
(5. Boys' high jump Win. Wright
1, Fred. Wright 2, Ueo. Soliraoclor IS.
Height !lft. Sim.
7. Boys' high jump, 10 yoars and
under Fred. Wright 1, Robt. King
2, John Wright 'A.
8. Raco for boys, 8 years and un
derWin. Wright 1, Goo. Wright 2,
C. Osborno 3.
i). Walking raco Goo. Schraodor
1, C. Osborne 2, Win. Wright and
Fred. Wright (tie) 3.
10. Girls raco 8 yoars and undor
Edna Horrick 1, Fredorika Osborno
2, Adelo Roonoy 3, Elsio Saunders 1.
Prizes woro awarded to all com
petitors. Somo woro of real value,
such as books, tool chests, albums,
concertinas, accordoons, etc.
Tlio young people woro delighted
with the generosity of tho commit-
By tho evening trains to tho Grovo
tho places of the folks who had loft
early for homo with tho childron
woro more than filled by a largo
representation of those who delight
in tho dance. Music was furnished
by a detachment of tho Royal Ha
waiian Band and tho Hawaiian Quin
tet Club, and tho ball went merrily
and with unalloyed happiness anil
harmony from dark until 11 o'clock.
Tho pavilion, lighted with oloctricity
and uocorated with Hags, including
tho namo flag of tho schooner Aloha,
uover presented a more animated
and joyous scone. Refreshments
woro served at city prices in tents by
Mr. Stoiner of tho Elite ice cream
parlors. No intoxicants woro dis
pensed on tho ground, and nothing
untoward occurred to mar tho
Such a succoss desorvos to havo
its authors' names recorded. Tho
mombors of tho Lodgo gonorally aro
entitled to praise for the way thoy
worked up the picnic, and tho fol
lowing committees for tho handsome
manner in which tho3r oxecutod tlio
Reception C. E. Williams, D.
Dayton, Jno. T. Downoj', B. H. Nor
ton, L. M. Touissaint, John Phillips.
Floor D. H. Davis, J. C. Strow,
J. J. Hughes, E. D. Crauo, L. E.
Wosuor, C. L. Crabbe, A. Brown.
Sports F. H. Rodward, C. J.
Sherwood, P. O'Sullivan.
Evorybody who woro at tho picnic
and dance will look forward with
pleasurable anticipation to tho uoxt
effort in tho same lino by tho gen
tlemen of tho mystic tio.
Locture Thi3 Evening.
Mrs. Mary Cloinont Loavitt, tho
worldwide-known tomporanco lec
turer and Honorary Life President
of tho World's Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, will givo an ad
dross this (Monda') o voning at 7:30
o'clock, upon "The Prosont Issue," at
tho Y.M.C.A. hall. Admittance free.
MUSIC FOR jg DANCING.
"Kamaile Quintet Club"
Will furnish Music ut moderate
Dancing, Picnics, Luaus, Etc., Etc.
tSt Leavo orders with Chas. Crane at
the Central Ollice of the Hawaiian liell
Telephone Co. SbO-lw
Cocoanuts for Planting!
A Niuall lot of Choice Bccd Cocoanuts just
received from Samoa. They are of
tho variety known as tliu
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut !
Which bears its nuts iu profusion at I to (I
feet from tho ground. Thoy are scarce and
rare and considered valuable in Kamoa
where they comu into bearing ut about
four j cars of age.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
W. H. CORNWELL,
FOK THK ISbANDH OF
MAUI, MOLOKAI AND
1 . 9?
G. Glogcr, Druggist, Watctlown,
Wis. This is the opinion of n mau
who keeps a drug store, sells all
medicines, comes m direct contact
with the patients and their families,
and knows better than anyone else
how remedies sell, nnd what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the failures and successes, and can,
thcicfoie judge: "I know of no
medicine lot Coughs, Sore Throat,
or Hoarseness that hud done such cf-
lcctive work m my
family ns Uoschee's
German Byi tip. Last
winter a lady called
at my stoie, who was
sufTci ing from a very
severe cold. She could hnrdl talk,
and I told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence in
patent medicines. I told her to take
a bottle, and if the results were not
satisfactory I would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
and paid for it, saying that she
would never be without it in future aa
a few doses had given her relief."
By Jas. 3?. Morgan.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Salo.
In accordance with the piovMous of that
certain mortuugo made by "The Klelo
l'uliliolilng Company" to Fredrick II.
Hayselden, dated the 'Jinil day of April,
18SII, and recorded in the Itugistry Ollico in
Honolulu, in Liber 11(1, on pages 43, 44 and
45. and aligned by said Frederick II. Hay
selden bv his attorney in fact J. S. Walker
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IU.IUUI1 r. lu iu., uuii;u vyu.uuui -I, loi.t,
notice I- hereby given that said assignee of
said mortgage intends to forcclo-e the same
for condition broken, to wit: the non-payment
of principal and interest, the same
Notice is likewise given that after the ex
piration of three weeks from this date, to
wit: on TITKSDAY, the i!Jnd .lav of No
vember, lb!U, tho property coveted by said
mortgage will be sold at public auction at
tliu unction rooms of James F. Morgan,
Honolulu, at Y2 o'clock noon.
J. F. nowi.nit,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
For further particulars upply to A. P. l'o
tereon, Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 1, lhil.'.
The property covered by said mortgage
is: all that property belonging to and
known as "The Klele l'lant, situated on
King street, in Honolulu. 6GJ-U
AT 12 O'OI.OOlv NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I will sell
at I'liblie Auction tlio
Of tho Estate of .Tames Harris,
1 All that portion of It. I'. 142, h. V. A.
iri')2, to Kauo, by deed of Aliuli and l'ue
knkui to said Jus. Harris. Tho above Pro
perty fronts on the easterly side of Fort
street, below Kiikui s-trect, and is occupied
In part by Chinese stoics and by the lute
residence of taid Jas. Harris, deceased,
2 Kuleana iu Koohmpoko, Island of
Oahu, now leased.
3 A Kuleana at Honouliuli, Ewa.
The abovu l'ropeities oiler a verv desiia
ble chance for investment. Tlio 1'ioperty
on Fort street is now partly under rent,
making an assured income.
g& For further particulars apply to
Jas. IP. Morgan,
By Lewis J. Iievey.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS & OTHERS
I will sell at I'libliu Auction, Jit my Sales
rooms, at mi early date, duo notice of
which will bo given, all the balance of
Of Jilt. Y). M. OIIOWJ.KY, piovious to
his trip to the Stales, comprising
Lounges, Bed Lounges, Chairs,
Spring and other, lleds, Pillows,
Kte., Ktc., IJte., i:te.
One Rosewood Grand Piano
Lo-wis J". Levey,
ramt auction una.
Horse, Brake, Carriage
On SATURDAY, Nov. 26th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 will sell at Puhliu Auction In fioulnf my
Salesrooms, on account of the
owuer'H depart uru
1 Carriage Horse,
8 years old;
1 COVKKF.n I1KAKK, near) v now:
a BKTS HAIINKSS and
One Cutunder Carriage.
0- THUMB 0ASH1
Lewis J. Levey,
ON THK Ibth INBT, AN ANTIQUE
Silver lirucolot on Alukeu street be
tween King and Hotel streets. Finder
will receive a wiltnblc reward by leaving
sumo at olllee of W. C, Parke. fi7l)-3t
Daily Jiullelin, 60 vents a month,
Hawniiau Harflware Go., L'fl
Saturday, Nov. 19, 1892.
Thanksgiving Day on the
24th, arc you prepared lor it ?
Back in New England, where
beans rank next in importance
to a collegiate education,
there's more fuss made over
Thanksgiving than any other
day in the year. For a month
previous the turkeys are in
spected and the choicest set
aiide to be fattened. The big
gest, yellowest pumpkin is
brought in from the field and
transformed into great, thick
pies pies which make the
mouth water just to look at
them. Did you ever spend
Thanksmvinrr day in Ver
mont? It's different from any
other place in the world. The
people there are sincere in
their thanksgiving; they go to
table and offer up thanks, not
only for the good things re
ceived but that the bad things
were no worse; they're thank
ful that the stones in the lot
on the side hill are still far
enough apart to let the sheep
nibble at the pasture; for the
abundant harvest they've had,
or would have had if it "wa'nt
for the drought," as the case
may be; and last, but not least
they're thankful that the
cider's just as hard as ever,
A sermon in the morning, a
big dinner at noon and a chat
at night comprise a l hanks
giving day in New England.
Indigestion don't generally
come until the next day.
But the feature of the meal
is the cooking. The turkey is
cooked to a turn, the beans
are just right and the pie crust
is properly done. The New
Englander while adhering to
the laws laid down by the
Puritans, is progressive in
other respects. The Fischer
Steel Range meets with more
ready sale in the Northeastern
States than anywhere else in
the world because the people
insist upon their food being
well-cooked. It's the same
with some people here, they'd
go without anything rather
than part with their Fischer
Range. If you're thinking
about having a good Thanks
giving dinner think again and
get a rangi from us.
Either there are a rreat
many Bostonians here or the
average man has cultivated a
taste for baked beans. Dur
ing the past twelve months
there has been a steady run
on our stock of Bean Pots but
the "Irwin" brought a lot that
enables us to supply you with
any size you wish.
The attention of the aesthe
tic person, whose taste runs to
sunflowers, is called to the imi
tation Cut Glass Rose Jars
the personification of loveli
ness backed up by a price that
is suggestive of a gift.
An invoice of Alcohol
Lamps made in France (the
best place in the world for
such things), go to you for
exactly half what you've paid
for them all your life. No
home is perfect without a
young baby, a bottle of car
minative and an alcohol lamp.
We can supply the lamps.
In the way of a Sewing or
Night Lamp we have a sym
phony in polished brass and
silver that commands the at
tention of anyone who appre
ciates good things in lamps.
The shades are the same style,
exactly, as those for piano
lamps, only in miniature,
A Library Stand Lamp in
hand painted porcelain with
genuine B. & H. burner is
pretty enough for the parlor,
the price only is against it
higher priced goods are
usually selected for that part
of the house.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opio. Sjirockels' Block,
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
"Will toe Closed. Out This "Week at Prices Not to loe
fiST" Ladies Take Advantage
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Ourxirxiins' Slock., Fort Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA
China, Class and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaaliiimaim St., Ground Floor,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
fiite "wa.:r,:e i
3STe-w Rugs Etnci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
- Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
of This Special Sale ! "a
Temple of Fasliioxi.
VIES & CO.
DISl'I - AY OF