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Honolulu, November 'J5, 18!U. (
Mr. V. 8. l'ratt having boon commis
sioned ns Hawaiian C'onsul-Guncrnl to San
Francisco, tlio vacancy in the ollloo as
Hegistrar of l'ubllc Accounts lias been
filled by tlio appointment of George K.
Smitliles whoso commission dates from
to-day. 1 U. JONKS,
Minister of Finance.
685 4t-18 It
DKrumtHNT or Finxm-k, I
Honolulu, October), 1802. (
lly vlrtuo of authority given by an Act
of the legislative Assembly, entitled an
" Act to Prevent the Infection of Cholera
in tho Hawaiian Islands," approved on the
27th day of September, 18!U, upon recom
mendation of the Hoard of Health, 1 do
hereby declare all Ports of F.ntry In tho
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
K. 0. MACKAKI.AXK,
Minister of Finance
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 18t. 557-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that, oxving to tho drouth and tho scarcity
of xxater in the' Government lleeervolrs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock .x. m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Ouab. T. Gulick,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. 15, 1802.
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents uianka of Judd street
aro requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Wuter Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, lf92. 515-tf
MONDAY, November 23th, being the
anniversary of the recognition of Hawaiian
Independence by the Governments of
Great Britain and France, will bo observed
as a National Holiday, and all Government
offices throughout the Kingdom will be
closed on that day.
("HAS. T. GULICK,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Department, Honolulu, Novem
ber 7, 1892. 0W-3t -lO-'Jt
Mit. SAMUEL McKEAGUE has this
day been appointed as Kerosene Oil In
npector for the District of Koua, Island of
Oahn, vice Geo. W. Smith, resigned.
P. C. JONES,
Minister of Finance.
Financo Office, Nov. 23, 1892. fi82-lt
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sict nor Party,
But Established for the lienefit of All.
SATUKDAY, NOV. 2G, 1892.
A letter from Maui says Mr.
Thurston's editorial in the Adver
tiser, attacking Mr. Cormvoll on a
Crown Lands loaso, has been scat
tered over Maui broadcast in pam
phlet form. Tho crushing roplj of
Mr. Cornwall in tho Bulletin would
have reached most of tho Noble
voters in its original form, that
number having gone forward by
Tuesday evening's mail. There is
much indignation on tho island,
over Mr. Thurston's ingratitude to
Mr. Cornwoll, who, it is said, nomi
nated Mr. Thurston and did as much
as any ono man to olect him.
Tho recent action of tho Board of
Health, in establishing a rigid quar
antine against tho introduction of
cholera from tho United States, xvas
generally acquiesced in by residents.
Although tho inconvenience caused
by tho delay in delivering mails and
freight, as woll as tho personal hard
ship involved in tho dotontion of
passongors, was considerable, tho
safety of tho community was regard
ed as paramount to all other con
siderations. Notxvithstanding that
a good deal of railing has at differ
ent times beon heard from both resi
dents and strangers regarding quar
antine at Honolulu, all tho evidence
sooms to bo that tho quarantine ar
rangements horo compare favorably
with tho average if not tho best to
bo mot with nnyxvhoro. Quarantine,
however, forms only a small part of
tho duty of tho authorities in keep
ing out calamitous epidemics.
It is very doubtful if quarantine
will always avail to keop out cholera.
This fell disonso is said to follow in
tho track of influenza, and its ap
pearance may bo just as unheralded.
Its germs may bo wafted to us on
tho broozo or floated to us on tho
ocean, Cortainly, quarantine xvill
not avail much onco an epidemic
gets past tho omhnrgo. Cholera is
said to bo Naturo's great Health In
spector, It sooks with unerring pre
cision tho unclean cornors of the
populous habitations of mankind.
Tho best proventiro of its gaining a
lodgment is cloanlinoss, With good
sanitary conditions tho work of
driving tho pestilonco out of any
community it has entered is uot
likoly to bo formidable. Even in
Hamburg, whoro tho city was taken
by surprise, tho disease was stamped
out, sooner than might havo boon
expected, after it had taken a fearful
hold, by tho energy of tlio authorities
in measures of comprehensive dis
trict sanitation and an energetic
Hamburg lost nine thousand of its
inhabitants by the scourge before it
was abated. It might perhaps not
have lobt a hundred if it was not
caught napping with lilthy quarters.
Its case should bo taken as a warn
ing by nil cities. Leaving sanitation
measures to bo adopted only when
Postileneo llnps her sombre wings
over tho place is risking tho lives of
hundreds where the devastation
might by forehanded action bo
limited to units if not wholly pre
vented. When cholera lately
threatened the United States, caus
ing alarm for its appearanco in theso
islands, bosides tho quarantine ar
rangements previously mentioned
there was instituted a houso to
houso visitation by health oflicors,
with a viow to having enforced a
general cleansing of tho wholo city.
This effort at sanitation does not
appear to havo had any appreciablo
result. Tho filthier parts of tho
city aro as filthy as ovor, if tho
souses of anybody going along cer
tain itreots and lanes aie to bobo
lioved. It is tho opinion of tho sanitary
authorities of Europo and America
that thoro is a strong liability of the
reappearance of cholera on both
sides of tho ocean, in tho coming
spring or summer. Of course tho
Hawaiian authorities will at tho first
intimation of danger proclaim quar
antine again. But tho moro valua
ble precautions of sanitation should
not bo loft till a visitation of tho
scourge threatens. Measures should
bo sot on foot now for cleansing tho
city and keeping it in strictly good
sanitary condition. Thoro is so
much to do, and tho conditions aro
so crude, that it would tako the
health broom all tho intervening
timo from now till next heated term
to get into fairly ofllciont sweeping
order. Not only should thoro bo
sanitary measures adoptod, but
moans should bo devised for
dealing with tho disease in the
event of its entering our portals.
Tomporary hospital accommodation
should bo looked out in advance,
as well as disinfecting stations, and
means for tho rapid transport of
patients and proporty to thoso
places bo planned. All thoso things
aro included in proper precautions
against any threatened visitation
like cholera, and tho failure to pro
vide for thorn in timo may moan a
needless and a criminal sacrifice of
life. Tho provision of all necessary
equipments for an emergency in
advance also moans economy in tho
expense of battling with an epide
mic. If anj" legislation is needed to
enable us to put our houso in order,
now is tho timo to have it effected
while the Legislature is in session.
Prixy Council authorizations for ex
penditures to quoll a pestilence aro
apt to bo so poorl' guarded as to
involve great oxtravaganco.
Competition tho Life of Trade.
Tho proposed direct steamship
lino from Taconia does not in any
wuy conflict with tho intended lino
from Portland, Oregon. If healthy
rivalry from our trade and passen
ger trailio bo tho outcome of Mr.
(too. Lycurgus' business mission
abroad, so much the bottor for tho
Islands. Geo. Oavenaqh.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1892.
It Was True.
Late in the ox'oning a report
spread through tho train that xx'o
had as a folloxv passenger a man
worth 20,000,000 who had got on at
Buffalo. I matlo inquiry of the por
ter of my car and ho replied:
"Dat's what doy say, sah, but yo'
can't alius toll. He's in do noxt call,
but I can't dun say if ho's a rich
man till niaxvniii."
Noxt morning tho portor beckoned
mo into tho smoking compartment
"Dat story xvas all truo, sah."
"Then hevs worth $20,000,000, oh?"
"All of tint, sah, and mobbo mo'."
"Hoxv did j'oii find out?"
"From do oddor po'tah, sah. Do
gom'lan has jest gin him twonty
cents, whilo ovorybodj' olso has cum
doxvn wid a quarter!"
My Dear Wife.
Hho puts her unu around my neck:
A slave to beauty's plot,
I put my hand inside my vest
And give her all I've got. Life.
Are your children subject to croup?
If so, you should never bo without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
liomedy. It is a certain euro for
croup, and has novor boon knoxvn to
fail. If given freoly as soon as tho
croupy cough appears it xvill pro
vont tho attack. It is tho solo reli
ance xvith thousands of mothers xvho
have croupy children, and never dis
appoints them. Thoro is no danger
in giving this IJemedy in largo and
frequent dosos, ns it contains nothing
injurious. 50 cent bottles for sale
by ull dealers. Benson, Smith k
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Anarchists in Chicago aro circu
lating manifestos urging bomb
throwing and murder.
ntrifllliWtoriMi miitit&&i&T!ii4-h'-a"-'-- Jtot ifi. adbU .,,Mj)itt.tofcgMtiM -tW"-Kf ifi'"t " j-ntrmni'fl-' -
st. Andrew's cathedral.
St. And row's Cathedral, Choir
notice, 1st Sunday in Advent. 6:!10
a. in., Holy communion; 11 a. m.,
Choral celebration of the Holy com
munion; hymns 51 and 818: Evott
song, 7:80 p. m.; hymns 45, 17 and
Tho services of the second eongi li
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will bo as follows: SI: 15 a. m..
morning prayer with sermon; Vemto
and Glorias to double chant; To
Doum, Jackson in F; Benedictus to
quadruple chants; hymns 51 and 17;
anthem, "JloarKon unto Alo Aiy
People," by Sullivan; at (5:80 p. in.,
evensong with sermon; Magnificat
and Nunc Dimiltis to double chants;
anthem, "Incline Thino Ear Unto
mo," by Himmoll; hymns !.) and 81.
Ttov. AIok. Mackintosh, pastor. All
aro cordially invited to theso ser
vices. CENTltAL UNION CHURCH.
Dr. Bcckwith will preach at 11 n.
in., a sermon at tlio old Port street
Church in commemoration of tho
edifice soon to bo abandoned. Tho
anthoin will bo "I am Alpha and
Omega," by Slainor.
Tho Lord's Supper will bo admin
istered at 8 p. m.
At 7:80 p. in., several addresses
will bo delivered. The anthoin to
bo sung is "Abido with Mo," by
Barnby, also an original hymn com
posed by Mrs. Dillingham.
Sunday Services 0 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sornion at
tho 7 a.m. Mass, every Sunday
ilunng the wholo year. 1U a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Eosary and Catechism, i p.m., in
wintor season (November to Febru
ary), -1:80 p.m. in summer season
(February to November), Bonedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services (5 and 7 a.m.,
The Reorganized Clfureh of Jesus
Christ will lipid services to-morrow
in the Mililaui hall, near tho
Music Hall, as follows: Bible
class, 10 a. in.; Preaching in English
and Hawaiian, 11 a. in.; Preaching
in English, 7:30 p. in. All aro in
vited. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST.
Seventh Day Advontists will havo
Bible meeting!) overy Sunday even
ing, at the corner of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:80
T. M. C. A. HALL.
Ex'angolistic services in tho Y. M.
C. A. hall. 0:30 to 7:15 p. m.
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach tronble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. He Anally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at
least. I was so weak that I could
not work. Finally on the recom
mendation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly ; my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James E. Dudbrick,
Saugerties, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have, used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia aud fiud it an
THR ADJOURN'KI) ANNUAL MKBT
ing of the Stockholder of tho Pacific
Sugar .Mill xvill bo held on TUESDAY, the
'-.MJth Inst., at 10 o'clock a. m., at the olllce
of V. A. Kehaefer it Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 25, 1892. fiSSfi-lt
Captain Cook Lodfjo, No.
rpHK ELECTION OK Ol'FICKHS FOlt
A. the oinniiig term xvill tako place l!8th
November current. All members are re
quested to attend.
KDWAJID IIY. V. WAHI),
C81-:it W. Secretary
Monday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'fl
Saturday, Nov. 26, 1S92.
There is no place on the
globe where people know bet
ter .what good things are than
in Honolulu. And they know
where to come when they
are ready to buy. The Fischer
Range has demonstrated its
superiority over all rivals just
as the Bradley & Hubbard
lamp has convinced the world
that no other lamp shines as
Every year you are offered
opportunities of getting lamps
cheap or, more correctly speak
ing, cheap lamps. Attractive
ness is the only thing in their
favor, usefulness is not be con
sidered because they are got
ten up to sell. The manufact
urers who put such things on
the market sometimes make a
better article but they are found
only in the establishment of
vvnen you are buying a
lamp the main thing to be con
sidered is the burner. The
"Bradley & Hubbard" has
stood the test all over the
world and is without an equal.
Inferior lamps do not have the
B. & H. burner. This year
we securedf or our trade some
Banquet and Piano lamps with
the automatic attachment that
does away with taking off the
chimney when you want to
light the wick. That alone is
worth something and is not
found on the made-to-sell sort.
For a table lamp we have
tor a pedestal a very handsome
Onyx top table, antique pat
tern that looks as though Sy
pher of New York had had
something to do with it. Sy
pher is the boss dealer in art
furniture in the United States.
The hard wood Refrigera
tors with 'ixydized trimmings
have arrived and are at your
service. In addition to orna
menting whatever part of your
house you put one of them you
will find them great economists
when it comes to ice.
The rat traps we made the
hit on are in such demand that
it is a hard matter to keep up
with the call. We have order
ed more of them and until they
arrive we suggest your using
the Delusion mouse trap for
juvenile rodents. The effect
on the mouse is startling.
We have paid a great deal
of attention this year to the
shades for lamps, with the most
satisfactory results. It makes
very little difference how good
or how elaborate a lamp is, if
the shade is not in keeping
with it the lamp shows to a
poor advantage just as a lady
going out in a handsome suit
and a back number bonnet.
It is doubtful if there ever has
been such an assemblage of
fine lamp bonnets in this King
dom as we show you this year.
The pretty little night lamps
we called your attention to
two weeks ago have taken well
with people whose taste leans
toward really beautiful things.
We have two of them left, not
many in a community like this.
A half dozen hand painted
lamps with shades to match are
worth double what we offer
them to you for ; they sell at
that in other shops but we are
up with the times when it
comes to selling things cheap
good things too. These
lamps are suited in the parlors,
library and bed room an ex
cellent reading lamp with
genuine B. & H, burners.
Schultze Powder Cartridges
arrived by the Albert" this
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppo. tiirevluU' Jllock,
l'roents Hi Annual Array of
And gives ln ovldcnw1 of illmlnHicd sup
lily on account of tho cry of dull times,
hut meets the changed condition of things
by n reduction of prices in many lines
through a saving of American duties on
most European Hoods that every xxoll
rcgulnted family must have. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
106 Fort Street,
Suggested to a little visitor tlio thought
that "Santa I'laus was going to Hx'e hero,"
thus recognizing the fact as well as name.
Hollers a variety for selection that must
bo seen to bo be appreciated.
Tho selection of HOOKS-delayed en
route xvill bo here by return "Australia,"
but the line of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
Not an old one of last year's stock
in the lot; xxitli
-.-Calendars for 1893-:-
Are Attractive, both for price and design.
W" All orders carefully attended to.
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
No Humbug about our Prices; they aro
made on a
And never have tobeicduced.
1'EllsON VI.I.Y Hi:t.i:CTPll STOCK OP
Elegant Gift Books
And STANDARD AUTIIOHS.
Children's Books Id Illuminated Covers
In Hoards and Linen.
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Snake and Seal Skins.
OAMKS OV AT.Ii DKSOUII'TIONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Lour Prices than ever oHurPil in
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including Kackets, Halls, Hats, Caps, Nets,
Poles and Out.
OHOQUKT SnTS from $1.!)0 to $12.
CHItlST.MAS CARDS aie out of fashion
and we huvo In their places a
DKAUTIPUL LINK OK
WHICH CAN NOT UK 1IKATKN.
Ice Cream Parlors
tM Don't fall to call around -V
Arlington Block, : Hotel St.
Decorative Art Rooms
wjm.. iiavb rre
Tuesday, Nov. 29th
103 Fort Street.
- HAS SOMK
Nice Fat Gobblers
For Sale !
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will hell at tho Very lowest
Bell 414 TELEPHONE - - Mutual 414
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Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
"Will "be Closed Out This Week at Prices Not to be
8"" Ladies Take Advantage
PACIFIC HMBWAHE CO., Ltd.
Cummins1 Bloolt, Fort Street.
Sgggf-"- y?;3g -45agr
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their 3STew
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumanu St., Ground Floor,
LAKGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
Sl'KOIAI, DISIMiAY OV
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
USTe-w Rugs a-nci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
I T JE
of This Special Sale ! "a
Temple of Fa-sliion.
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