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A Majority of tho ltonnl of liiicctors it
Election for tho 3 I'rcclnel, DUtrli-t of
Bouth IHlo, llrvw nil , lmvliig reigned olllce,
nml thoro not being stifllclont limp to till
unlit vncnticlos anil to carry out tliorcnulro
ments of lnv vrlor to tho aith lay of Nov
umbcr, tho Jay I'roclniinoil for tho Special
Election for ltcprctciitntlvo In nhl Dis
trict; notice Is hereby given that tho Pro
clamation Issued from this Department
under dato of Novombcr -Itli, 18')2, order
ing such Election, Is hereby rescinded.
Q. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho interior.
Interior Oitlco, November 21, lh'U.
680 3t-18. It
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents nmukti of Jtnld street
aro requested to collect vlmt water thuy
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu tVntcr Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1802. 515-tf
Mk. SAMUEL MuKE-VQUE has this
day been appointed as Kerosene Oil In
spector for the District of Konn, Island of
Oahu, vice Goo. V. Smith, resigned.
P. 0. JONES,
Minister of Kinanee.
Jfitmnco Onice, Nov. 23, 1802. MJ-lt
Mn. ANTONIO PEKUY has this day
been appointed Notary Public for the First
Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
Q. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlce, Nov. 23, 1802. 5S2-3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 1892.
Extremes mot yesterday and de
feated the supporters of the beer
and wine bill. Wo moan that the
idtra temperance folk and tho
licensed liquor dealers joined to
bring about tho result. A queer
world we live in I
If "time is money," i.e., hours dol
lars and minutes cents, then, bjr tho
ruling of tho Supremo Court, a
debtor to tho extent of not loss than
three hundred and thirtj'-six dollars
may tender throe hundred and
twenty-sovou dollars and forty cents
in full satisfaction of his indebted
The editor of tho Advertiser in
commenting on tho recent election
in tho United States concludes his
remarks with tho following para
graph: "There is one phase of tho
result which cannot bo regarded
with much complaconcj'. Any
change in the diplomatic representa
tion of the United States in this
kingdom would bo viewed with uni
versal rogrot." The throe tailors of
Tooloy street -were thought to bo
somewhat conceited when they com
menced a petition to tho Sovereign
of Groat Britain with tho words:
"Wo, tho pooplo of England." 13ut
the editor aforesaid double-discounts
the conceit of tho tailors in the
claim that ho and his cotorio repre
sent tho univorbo.
Mr. T. H. Davies gives an instancrj
iu his letter of to-day, of tho ovil of
carrying a public policy good in it
self too far. One of tho sugar plant
ing companies with which ho is con
nected offered to exchange lands
with tho Government for public
lands whobo lease was expiring, so as
to save a valuable estate that sup
ported numerous skilled and unskill
ed labor, while giving an oquivalont
of other lands for the purpose of
the Government's homostoad policy.
Mr. Thurston as Minister of tho In
terior had provod himself an adopt
in swapping Government proport3r,
but tho circumstance of men ho
hated being intorostod was sufficient
to alter tho case. Ho stubbornly re
fused any concession. Tho result is
that a valuable plantation has been
brought to extinction, and not a
single homestead has been erected
on tho ruins.
Fifty-nine foreign nations and
thirty-seven colonies hnvo signified
their intention of boing represented
at tho Columbian exposition. From
a list of national appropriations for
oxhibits found in a Chicago papor
tho following aro soloctod: Colom
bia, $100,000; Costa Itica, $150,000;
Ecuador, $125,000; Jamaica, $21,3351;
Leeward Islands, .$(3000; New Zea
land, $27,500; Tasmania, $10,000;
Guatemala, $200,000; Honduras, $20,,
000; Japan, $030,765; Morocco, $150,
000; Dutch Guiana, $10,000; Dutch
West Indies, $5000; Nicaragua, $30,
000; Paraguay, $100,000; Salvador,
$12,500; San Domingo, $25,000; Cuba,
$25,000; Uruguay, $21,000. Hawaii
is given a blank, but, in tho ponding
Appropriation Bill, an Horn of $10,
000 for an exhibit has boon cut down
to $12,000, and tho object changed
to Bonding tho band to tho show
and distributing literature thereat.
Considering tho rolativo intimacy of
relations between the different coun
tries and tho United States, tho
original item proposed in our Logis-
lnturo was not extravagant as com
pared with tho amounts givon in
many of tho countries oilotl, sonio of
which nro vastly tloopor in dobt pro
portioned to tlioir rovnnuos than
Hawaii. Sovoral of tho Central
Aniorican countries named have,
moreover, with greatly larger popu
lations a much
smaller trade than
Mr. Thurston, having assisted in
an attempt to got the Houso to
shirk the issue of tho Light Wines
and Boor bill which failed, got down
mini uiu iuiicu ami uiucu in iumug
tho bill. Mr. Thurston occupies a
peculiar position on this quostion,
on which it is proper that tho search
light of publicity should bo thrown.
Tho following aro tho oflicors of tho
Volcano Houso Company: W. H.
Castlo, President; E. 0. Macfarlano,
Vico-Presidont; L. A. Thurston,
Secretary; F. J. Lowroy, Troasuror;
J. Ena, Auditor. This corporation
is in the samo category as tho
Chinese and other shops and restau
rants scattered all over tho islands,
in being an illicit seller and purveyor
of intoxicating beverages and that at
somewhat higher than city prices.
From tho foregoing facts it will
bo soon that Mr. Thurston might
have had a groat big niotivo in pre
venting the passago of a moasuro do
signed to check tho oxtonsivo soiling
of liquor without license or law. Of
courso tho honorablo Noble, who is
tho consor of ovorybodj else's morals
and motives, was not consciously in
fluenced by such a mean motive.
Oh, nbl Although many people aro
cruel ouougU to think that Mr.
Thurston "knows which sido his
bread is buttered on, and that whon
thoro is any jam floating around
loose, his bread will have jam on it,"
bettor informed peoplo know that
he always stands like a rock for
"principlo" and will oven fight for it
when everybody olso, more chickon
hoartod, ihos tho field!
Still, the gonoral public cannot
help seeing "motives" for a public
man's conduct, whenever such mo
tives aro thrown big on tho screen of
truth. It is more promising of divi
dends to Mr. Thurston and his pro
hibition colleagues in tho directorate
of tho Volcano Houso Company,
that their corporation should bo en
abled to continue undisturbedly iu
tho unlawful "rum-soiling" branch
of its business, than that the corpor
ation should bo compolled to pay a
liconso foo into the treasury for tho
privilege of selling beer at 50 cents
pint and 1 quart bottles, and whisky
at $3 a bottle!
It also inures to tho comfort of
tho prohibition section of tho cor
poration to bo known as sellers of
tho " vilo stuff" only to tho drinking
patrons of tho liouso, and tho low to
whom thoy might give tho fact away
incidentally, in growling to their ac
quaintances over tho exorbitant
prices paid for "smiles" at tho vol
cano. 1 f tho concern was compolled
to take out a liconso for its liquor
traffic, tho "missionary" officers of
tho compairy vtoukl have to grin in
secret and bear in tho open tho
stigma of preaching prohibition
while being practical "publicans."
Thoj- would probably have a by-law
passed by tho church to abolish tom
poranco Sundaj's, so as to save tho
consciences of tho weaker brethren
whoso lovo of polf has an ultimate
result of liberal contributions to tho
Tho temperance peoplo, aided b'
tho saloon keepers, have defeated in
tho bill in question tho first attempt
at local option in this country.
Where did Mr. Thurston loavo his
great majoiity rule "principlo" on
A Curious Thing.
Eighteen hundred and ninety-two
tho presont j'oar of grace is a
notable ono in many ways, and not
tho least interesting and curious
thing in connection with it is tho
predominance of tho initial "C" in
tho principal ovonts of tho year.
Accoiding to tho Hoinan fashion of
numbering, this is tho year CCCC of
(ho discoMiiy of America, and Chris
topher Columbus is most piominunt.
Thoro hao boon many Columbian
Colobrations,l)ut tho greatest at Chi
cago, whoro tho World's Fair was
formally opened on Oct. 21st. In
tho political world Mr. Cleveland is
a loading liguro as tho Democratic
Choice for President; and tho groat
labor troubles of tho year have oc
curred at tho Carnegie Mills. Tho
long revolution iu Vonozuola has
boon put down, and tho victor is
Gonoral Crispoj and last, but not
least, tho scourgo that has terrified
tho world tho Cholera has also
borno tho fatoful initial. This is a
grout 3'oar for tho lottor C. Harper's
Young Jfeople. t
And tho Circulation of tho Bulle
tin still koops ahead of its daily
For tho Season.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. aro dis
playing Dinnor, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea Sots in Doulton Waro and
Copoland; oxamplos suitablo for
presents iu Havilnnd, Copoland,
Jtoynl Worcester, lioyal Devon and
Bisquo; Bisque Figures; Itoehostor
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many other articles.
Hinghani Buckets, plain and paint
ed, iu nests. Every housekeopor
should have a supply of these.
Jfofrigorators and Ico Chests of
tho most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms is invited.
Tho Banco Session,
Pow Koo vs. Wildor's S. S. Co.
Hartwoll for plaintiff; Hatch for
dofondant. Argued and submitted.
In r petition of C. A. Brown of
quo warranto against C. N. Sponcer.
Hatch' for petitioner; Potorson and
Crnighton for respondent. Mr.
Oroi'hton filed a domurror to tho
potition. Arguod and submitted,
with Mr. Hatch's brief.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufnula, Ala.:
" My sou has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several months, and after trying
sevcralprcscriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, Ik has
been perfectly restored by the e ol
two bottles oi Bo
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recoin
Roctor. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschce's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note of
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Luugs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
a superior. S
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fr.Wootlburj'.NJ.
Wi;, THK UNDKUSiaNKIJ, I1EG TO
announce that wo will closo our
stores at 10 o'clock TO-MORKOW, Thanks
HENRY MAY & CO.,
II. E. MoINTYltE A. I1UO.,
LEWIS & CO..
II. DAVIS & CO.,
UNION FEED CO.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that tho follow
ing described Animal will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Deo. !l.
lS'U, at iu o'ciock noon, at uio uoverniiicnt
Pound at Mnklki:
1 Plata Horso, branded either "HP" or
"UK" on loft hind leg.
C9 Owner of the above Animal must
send in his claim within 14 days, other
wise it will be sold on tho dato above
named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 18')2. 58'2-'Jt
rpHE ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL CO.
JL has leaded the pioperty iMjlonging to
A. Herbert, Esq., in Waikiki, which for
tho present, will le open to the public as
an annex of the Hotel, and will bo known
as tlie "Hotel Park Annex." Jlesidcs the
main house there are Three Cottages ad
mirably adapted for families:
1 Tho "Windmill Cottage" containing 5
Rooms, Kitchen and Lunai.
2 The "Green Cottage" containing Par
lor, 4 lied Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry Bath
3 The "Seaward Cottage" with . Good
Rooms and a Drcssinu Room.
All tho Cottages are well-appointed in
Furnituic, EittingSj etc., anil tenants will
be entitled to bathing privileges. The .ea
bathing being uusui passed on tho Island.
Tho JIain lluilding will bo reserved for
the use of the guests of tho Hotel, but it
may be rented for Picnics, Bathing Par
ties, innner.s ana Jjum.'cs,etc, loruu union
purposes it oilers exceptional uilvantages.
A eharire of Twentv-fivu ($251 Dollais will
be maim for the uso of the House and
Grounds iucludtnir ltathim;. Liuhts. etc
piepiiynicnt isiequired for intended use of
tho Main lluilding ami Grounds.
f Kor further particulars application
should be made to the Manager of the
Rojal Hawaiian Hotel. SJT-tf
Armory Building, - Beretanla St.
E)Ly & Evening.
Ladies' &. Gents' Bicycles For Hire
RY THE DAY OR HOUR.
Public Skating; Monday and Saturday
evenings, from 7:110 to 10. Friday evening
for Ludles and their Escorts only. JHoj elo
lessons: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day. Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
K KINfl ST. TfcEgiS
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
a. J Waller,
OHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to tako Acknowledgements to La
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islunds of Pitt &
Scott's Freight uml Parcel Express.
Agent for the Jiurllngton Route,
REAL ESTATE BROKER
anii GENERAL AGENT.
IJki i. 318-
P. 0. Jlox 415-
38 Merchant st.
. Jr. I.
The Daily JSulletin is delivered by
carriers for f0 renin per month .
yy , l
iicyclc Riding School.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Horses & Mules
On SATURDAY, Nov. 26th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At .1. I. Dowwtt't Stahle, Queen street, I
will sell at l'lilillo Auction nlmiit
20 HEAD MARES & COLTS,
SO Head lETJiles.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS & OTHERS
I will soil at Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, at an enrly date, duo notice of
which will be givon, all tho balance of
Of MK. D. M. CROWLEY, previous to
his trip to tho Statos, comprising
Lounges, Bed Lounges, Chairs,
Spring nntl other, llcds, Pillows,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
One Rosewood Grand Piano
Lewis J. Levey,
Horsp, Brake, Carriage
On SATURDAY, Nov. 26th,
AT l'J O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Puliliu Auction in fiont of my
Salesrooms, on act ount of the
ow ner's departure
1 Carriage Horse,
8 years old;
1 COVERED DRAKE, nearly new;
5! SETS HARNESS and
One Cutunder Carriage.
B- TERMS CASH I
Lewis J. Levey,
Camariiius' Kaliiii Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now being FROZEN will bo ready foi
ilehveiy before or on the morning
of Th tiil.glvlng Day.
Dressed AH Heady for the Oven!
A M'l I Ml. I INI' OI'
Smyrna Ficjs, Raisins, Dates,
' Nats of all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
For the Holiday and Kusthu Sea-on.
Priios to -i.iit the times.
California Fruit Market.
SJSr- Mutual Tel. -I78. 57!-liu
W. H. CORNWELL,
FOR THE ISLANDS OF
MAUI, MOLOKAI AND
Cocoanuts for Planting!
A Hiuall lot of Choice Seed CocoanutH jli!t
received from Samoa. They are of
the variety known 11s the
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut 1
Which lii-arH Its nutii iu nrufuHlnu at I to (I
feet f loin the ground. Thoy are scurce and
rare and coualdorcd valuable Iu Samou
where they come into bearing at about
four jearH Of age.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
MUSIC FOR 8& DANCING.
"Kamaile Quintet Club"
Will furnixh Miibic at moderate
Dancing, Picnics, Luaus, Etc., Etc.
W-l.envo orderti with OIiiih. Crane at
the Central Olllco of thu Hawullaii Hell
Telojiiiono Co, 6&0-1W
Haw iiiian Sarin am Co.. L'fl
Saturday, Nov. 19, 1S92.
Thanksgiving Day on the
24th, are 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
aside 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
Thanksgiving 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 it 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 Thanks
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 wurld 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
et a raii"fe from us.
Either there are a
many Bostonian here or the
average man has cultivated a
taste for baked beans. Dur
intr 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 10 supply vou 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
tendon 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. Birockuls' illouk,
CLOSING ODT SALE
' I y- OUR ENTIRE
1 ImIwII few m O
1MB! u H.IIMM a
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Will be Closed Out This Week at Px'ices Not to. "be
'r ' Mentioned! . '
EST Ladies Take Advantage
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Ou.XM.rn.ins' Bloolt, Ifort Street.
M. & D. Wrought
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
81'EOIAIi DISPI-AY OK
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
FIlsTB "W-AJEIIE I
3STew Rugs and Carpets, ' ' ', f.
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc, y
of This Special Sale! -ia
Temple of Fasliion..
Steel Ranges !
OF NEW GOODS I