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Tho "Spcclnl Qnnrnntliio lU-gulntiom
Against Cholera" Issued on tliu 30th ilny
of September, 180J, nie hereby sU'pomlctl
until further notice.
Hy OTdor of the Hoard of Hcnlth.
Honolnlu, Nov. 21, ISO.?. 6$3-3t
Department of Finance, I
.Honolulu, October 25, 1892. j
By virtue of authority given by nn Act
of tho Legislative Assembly, entitled nn
" Act to Prevent tho Infection of Cholera
In tbo Hawaiian Islands," approved on the
27th day of September, 1892, upon recom-
mcmlation of the Hoard of Health, I do
hereby declare all Ports of Kntry in tho
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
K. 0. MACKAULAXi:,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 18t2. 657-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notllied
that, owing to the drouth nud tho scarcity
of water in the Government Heservolrs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Cms. T. Gumck,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. 15, 1892.
A Majority of tho Hoard of Inspoc -s of
Election for tho 3d Precinct, D! rict of
South Hilo, Hawaii, havingreslgucdolllce,
and there not being sufficient time to fill
said vacancies and to carry out tbo require
ments of law prior to the 29th day of Nov
ember, the day Proclaimed for the Special
Election for Hepieentative in said Dis
trict; notice is hereby given that tbo Pro
clamation issued from this Department
under date of November 4th, 1S92, order
ing such Election, is hereby reminded.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior OlUce, November 21, 1S')2.
Mb. SAMUEL McKEAGUE has this
day been appointed us Kerosene Oil In
spector for the District of Kona, Island of
Oahn, vice Geo. W. Smith, resigned.
P. C. JONES,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Offlce, Nov. 2.S, 18'12. 582-lt
Mr. ANTONIO PEltliY has this day
been appointed Notary Public for this First
Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 2J, 1892. G52-.-)t
IE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, NOV. 2i, 1892.
Tho lottor of "Citizen" in thib
issue is worthy of consideration by
our national financiers. Its advo
cacy of an income ta agrees with
the previously expressed views of
Mr. Davies corrects a slip made
yesterday in comments on his lottor.
This journal would not willingly
treat Mr. Thurston with injustice
any more than it woidd an other
The Liberal claims to be boiling
over with now ideas. Yet, although
it has cable on the brain, its ideas
on that aubjoct are not uow oxcopt
whore they are supremely silly and
without backing of either facts or
figures. Evidoutly tho Liboral is
paid to advocate not tho cable it
self, but tho sham cable franchise,
conceived solely for speculative pur
poses by some forehanded residents.
The Honolulu Library am.1 Read
ing Room Association havo r oivod
$1200 subsidy for buying be cs eaeh
of tho past two biennial periods.
Now the Trustees, realizing tho
atraitoued condition of the nationul
exchequer, are not asking a ronotval
of tho subsidy for tho present period.
They aro simply asking that tho
water and electric light rates,
amouuting to $210 a year, bo remit
ted. This is a reasonable a modest
request, and, in view of tho great
value of tho library and reading
room to tho public, it will bo granted
no doubt with alacrity,
"Why wore you so cross to your
husband at breakfast?"
"I just couldn't help it. I felt as
if I must scold at somebody or
burst. Just physical irritability, you
know and then everything wont
wrong. Breakfast was late, tho
steak burnt, tho coffoo thin, and
"Then why didn't you scold tho
"Oh, I couldn't. Sho'd leave."
THE WKEKLy'bULLKTIN 28 COI
urnns of Interesting Heading Matter,
Inlands, i mailed to foreign countries, $5.
Sorvicos in tho Anglican and Con
st. Andrew's cathediul.
Tho sorvieo in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral boirnit nl 10 o'clock. A fnirlv
largo congregation was present, llfs
Excellency Gov. A. S. Olegliorn was
in tho royal family's pew, IHh Ex
eelloney ). 11a v W'odohomo, British
Minister Resident, and family wore
in their accustomed places. Captain
Wiltso of tho U. S. S. Bostou sal
with Captain H. , Mist, R. N., and
famiPy. Several officers of tho
American warships in port, also at
tended. Lno service lollowocl (lie
order gion below:
Festival Kcsoncs Tallls
Venlte and Glorias Chipp In 15
Te Deum In It Minor .. Dudlev Puck
.lubilato Denln F.. . WrayTajlor
Anthem "Ye Shall Dwell in tho
Iind" i . Stabler
1I tun "Come Yo Thankful People,
Sermon . Hev. Alex. Mackintosh
Hvitin "Wo Plough tho Field and
Organ Post hide "Harvest Thanksgiv
ing March" . Calkin
An ofTeclivo musical sorvieo was
rendered. Solos, finely sung in each
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CIO, IH'IU jitUll WJ lILia. J.U1111UJ,
Miss Ward, Hon. C. P. Inukun and
Mr. S. E. Piorco. Mr. Wray Taylor
lod the praises with his usual skill
on the organ.
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, pastor
of tho Second congregation, preach
ed tho Thanksgiving discourse, tak
ing his text in tho words: "Praise j'o
tho Lord, for it is good to sing
praises unto our God: for it is pleas
ant, and praiso is comoly." Psalm
117:1. This psalm seems to have
been composed specially for tho
second temple, whoso rebuilding was
accompanied by groat difficulty after
tho peoplo had suffered extreme
hardships in a foreign laud. It
seemed to bo a shout of praiso for
deliverance It was good for them
to have been in trouble. Was it not
ono of tho groat nvystorios that tho
heart must bo plowed with sorrow
before it can bring forth tho fruit of
gratitude. This congregation had
assomblod according to a time
honored custom that had its origin
with tho ancient people. Any per
son surrounded with all tho kindly
favors of Providenco that doscouu
on t hose fair i.sles, who does not fool
gratitude tilling his heart, deserves
to bo surrounded with circumstances
less comfoi table and gonial. Want
of reflection on all tho progress that
has been made in social, business
and political life, is tho causo of peo
ple's dwelling more on tho present
misfortunes than on tho man3 great
benefits received in tho past. Aftor
urging tho duty of thankfulness
the preacher wont on to describe tho
pleasant lines and goodly horitage
belonging to tho dwellers in those
islands. Ho deplored the necessity
for tho Legislature's putting forth of
its strongest onorgies toprovontmou
from being overwhelmed by their
own passions, and degrading them
selves below the condition of tho
beasts. Should the divine law not
bo sufficient for tho restraining of
nieu'h passions, without having to
resort to human legislation. If tnoso
who wore themselves free from tho
thraldom of drunkenness only used
their best powers to save their weaker
brethren, there would bo loss need
for tho interposition of restrictive
legislation. The preacher quoted
Tonii3'sou to illustrate that ovil
would seem to bo a necessary thiug
in tho world, and closed with an ela
boration of the sentimont that the
highest gratitude to God consists
in combating and overthrowing ovil.
CCNTllAL UNION CHURCH.
Tho .service in Central Union
Chinch began at ll o'clock. There
wore appropiiale decorations, such
as representations of .sheafs of grain
on tlio platform, and tho United
States and Hawaiian Hags draped in
festoons on tho organ. Tho congre
gation that assembled filled tho en
tire body of tho chinch. Among
the prominent personages present
wore His Excellency John L. Sto
ous, United States Envoy Extra
ordinary and Minister Plonipoton
tiarj'; His Excellency P. C. Jones,
Minister of Pinanco; Mr. H. W.
Severance, United States Consul
Gonoral; Hon. S. M. Damon and
other public men. Tho ordor of
service was as follows:
Doxology ... .... Olioir
Heading President's Proclamation
Antbeiu "Hejoico in the Lord". Tours
Scripturo Lesson Uev. Dr. Deckwitli
Solo "Inspirer and Hearer of Prayer"
Pmilm "ii Kev. Dr. Ueckwlth
Hymn 10."0 "Praise to Qod, immortal
praise". . . ...
Itov. W. B. Oleson.
Uesponso ''Holy, holy, holy" ..Schubert
Sermon by Itov, S. K. Jiishop.
Hymn 10)0 "My Country, 'tis of theo"..
ileuedlction . lutv. S. K. Ilishop
Air. Hayseldon sang his solo in
admirable tone and tune.
Rev. S. E. Bishop, the proachor of
the day, took his tost in Isaiah, 12:1,
"Ho shall bring forth judgment to
tho Gontilos." Tho promise in tho
toxt and context was that tho Mes
siah should in his providence evolve
among tho nations governments that
would rule tho people with wisdom
and justico, in plaeo of tho cruel op
pression and want of righteous
judgment to which thoy had for
agos been subjected. A greater than
Mosos should lead tho peoplo out of
worse than Egyptian darkness into
tho light of liborty and justico. Tho
spoakor described tho deplorable
stato of tho Old World's kingdoms
in the dark ages, and thou that
of tho vastly improved conditions
evolved, through tho beneficent in
fluence of the Messiah's principles,
in diflbront modorn nations, It
would bo a great thing if countries
like Porsia, Turkoy and Morocco
could havo to-day oven so good a
government as that of Russia, des
potic as it is regarded in lands hav
ing more advanced freedom. Tho
powerful inlluonco of Great Britain
and tho United States in spread
ing froodom and enlightenment
throughout tho world was cited,
being attributed to the develop
ment first in those countries of the
leavon of tho gospol of right
oousnoss. Comparison was mado bo
tweon the roligions of Christianity
and Confucius to show how tho for
mor had produced (ho greater fruits
in progress and liberty. The English
spoaking raeo had leu tho world in
advancing tho causo of liborty. Theso
islands had recent oil tho greater
part of their political liborty from
tho Christian civilization brought
by tho English-speaking peoplo.
The speaker m conclusion recounted
somo of tho causes of gratitude
which should animate residents of
theso islands mentioning the clim
atic advantages, tho material ro
sotuces and tho degree of political
liberty owned and enjoyed, it was
in his opinion tho pervasiveness of
Christian principle which prevented
the recent contest botween the yuoon
and tho Legislature from having had
Borious results in commotion and
turmoil such as in similar cases
would hato contulsod many other
slatos. Ho believed both sides felt
themselves to bo right, but, when at
length tho Legislature practically
gained its point, matters settled
down immediately to their normal
equanimity. Reference was mado to
tho religious revival of over 50 years
ago, to which the preacher attri
butedj to a great extent, tho moral
capacity that tho Hawaiiaus had ex
orcised in solf-govornment. Their
greatest service of gratitude consist
ed in lives patterned aftor that of
t ho Redeemer. So would they best
build up a noble stato in Hawaii, as
well as exhibit their porpotual grati
tude to tho Givor of All Good.
Husband "How do you like your
now girl?" Wife "Well, she works
mo a little harder tho last ono, but
sho is more respectful." New York
How does ho foel ? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel thesn-,ie way
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel? He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How does he feel ? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower the Rem
edy. How does he feel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower the
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
No Humbug about our Prices; they arc
made on a
And never have to be reduced.
I'MUONtMA SH.l'lTlli STOCK (II
Elegant Gift Books
And STANDAUD AUTHORS.
Children's Books lu Illuminated Covers
In Hoards and Li mm.
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Snake and Seal Skins.
OAMKS OK ALL l)i:S('UIPTIONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Lower Prices than everollered in
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including llarkets, Halls, Hats, Cans, Nets,
Poles and Out.
OUOQUKT SICTS from $1.50 to $12.
OIIUISTMAS OAUDS aie out of fashion
and wo have in their places a
- UnAUTIPUI, LINK OV
WIIIUH CAN NOT 1113 BBATIJN.
The Number Nine!
Tho singular probities of tho number
nine aro w oil-known to arithmeticians.
The follow lug is one of tbo most Interest
ing. If tho cardinal numbers from 1 to 9
inclusive, omitting 8, lie uted as a mnlti
nlieand, and any one of thorn, multiplied
by 0, lo used as a multiplier, the result
will present a succession of figures tho
same as that multiplied by thoi). For ex
ample, if o wish a series of lives, wo take
6 times I), ecuial to 15 for a multiplier:
3 4 5 0
1 7 2 K a 0
3 8 2 7 10
fl 5 6 fi fi 5 5 5 5
A similar result will he obtained by using
all the other numbers, including 8 (72).
Another Interesting fact is that there aro
nine letters In "EQUITAI1LK," and nlno
words lu tho following sentence:
"liiBUro your life lu the Kq.iltablo Life
BRUCE & A. J, CARTWRIQHT,
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Horses & Mules
On SATURDAY, Nov. 26th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At J, I. Dowsotl's Stable, Queen street, 1
will sell at Public Auction about
20 HEAD MARES & COLTS,
SO HDaEici IMAiles.
Jas. F ZMLorgan,
iwi-u auction 1:1:11.
By Iiowis J. Lovoy.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS & OTHERS
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, at nn oiuly date, duo notice of
wbicb w ill bo t,'tven, all tliu balance of
Of Mil. D. !. 0I10WLKY, previous to
bis trip to tbu States, comprising
Lounges, Bed Lounges, Chairs,
Spiini; ami other, lteds, Pillows,
r.tc, IUc, Ktc, lite.
One Rosewood Grand Piano
Lewis J. Levey,
Horse, Brake, Carriage
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I will xell at Public Auction in fiont of my
Salesrooms, on account of tbr
1 Carriage Horse,
8 years old;
1 COVi:iti:D UHAKi:, nearly new;
2 Si:XS HARNESS and
One Cuttinder Carriage.
- THUMB CASH!
Le-wis X. Levey,
Caiuarinos' Kalilii Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now beiiitf FUOIiX will bo ready for
deliveiy boron or on tho moiuing
of ThanksKivine; Day.
Dressed All Koady for the Oven!
ISI'I ( IM. LINK n
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kiuds, Etc., Eic,
Koi tho Holiday and Fostivo Spimiii.
Priios to r.ulL the times
California Fruit Market.
Bf .Mutual '1 ul. UTS. WiMm
rou Tin: islands ok
MAUI, MOLOKAI AND
Cocoannts for Planting I
A small lot of Choice Seed Cocoanuts just
received from Samoa. They aro of
tho variety known as tho
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut!
Which hears Its nuts In profusion at 4 to II
feet from tho ground. Thoy are t-curco and
rare and considered valuable in Samoa
where thuy come into bearing at about
lour j ears of ago.
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.
"Kamaile Quintet Club"
Will furnish Music at moderate
Dancing, Picnics, Lnaus, Etc., Etc.
W Leave orders with Ohas. Crane at
the Central Ofllco of tho Hawailau liell
Telephone Co, 6b0-lw
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Nov. JO, 1S98.
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 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 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 world because the people
insist upon their food being
well-cooked. It's the same
with some people here, they'd
go witnout anything rather
than part with their Fischer
Range. If you're thinking
about havinjr a tjood Ih.mks
giving dinner think again and
get a rangt- from us.
Enin-r tht-re are a gie.it
man) riosionidns here or the
average man lias cultivated a
ta-U for baked beans. Dur
ing the past twelve months
there has bern a steady run
on our stock ol Bean Bol.s 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
Opjio, BprovLola' Mock,
ItmrLL Ul" Aon U J
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc, Etc.
Will be Closed Out This Week at Prices Not to "be
Ladies Take Advantago
PACIFIC MIfflWARE CO., Ltd.
Ou.nam.ixis' Blools., Fort Street.
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M. & P. Ironght Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Have Opened Their rTew
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalnimanu St., Ground Floor,
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
Bl'KOIAL, DIBl'LAV OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
zfhstie -w-.a.:r,:e i
ITow Rugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
1 t e
of This Special Sale ! "tSft
Temple of" Fetsliioii.
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