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ST BY AUTHORITY.
1)KPRTMKNT OV VlN Mil'K, 1
Honolulu, October 25, 18!U. f
lly virtue of authority given by nn Ai-t
of the legislative Asi'inbly, untitled nn
" Act to Prevent the Infection of Cholera
In the Hawaiian Island"?," approved on the
27th day of September, 1S1U, upon recom
mendation of the Hoard of Health, 1 do
hereby declare nil Torts of Kntry In the
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
H. 0. MA0KAK1.AX15,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 18!. M7-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or thoo
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and the scarcity
of water in the Government Itcscrvolrs,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes ore from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 0 to 0 o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Omas. T. Gumck,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. 15, IS'J2.
Department or Finance, 1
Honolulu, Kovombcr 25, ISCJ. f
Mr. V. S. Pratt having been commis
sioned as Hawaiian Consul-General to San
Francisco, the vacancy in the ollleo as
Registrar of Public Accounts has been
filled by the appointment of Gcorgo E.
Smithies whoso commission dates from
to-day. P.O. JONES,
Minister of Finance.
585 lt-18 It
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents niauka of Judd street
ore requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. (i, 1802. 515-tf
W. G. KAIHENUI, E-cj., has this day
been appointed a member of the Jtoad
Board for the Taxation District of Hilo,
Hawaii, for the unexpired term made va
cant bv the resignation of Mr. 1$. H.
Scholtz. G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 2G, 1S!)2. 5S7-3t
P. H. KAUIMAKAOL.E, Esq., has this
day been appointed an Agent to Grant
Marriage Licenses for tho Distiict of liana,
Island of Maui.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllce. Nov. 20, 181)2. 5S7-:!t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the lienefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 30, 1892.
THE HILO BLOCKERS.
The document appearing below
purports to bo a copy of a letter
written by Mr. D. H. Hitchcock,
lawyer, of Hilo. It was copied from
a typewritten shoot picked up
amongst waste paper in Hilo by a
Hawaiian named Henry West. Tho
finder was hauled up before ono of
the delinquent Inspectors of Elec
tion, Mr. Hapai, sitting as Justice,
who found him guilty of larceny of
tho letter and sentenced him to ono
month's hard labor. Mr. West ap
pealed and coming to Honolulu
brought this cop' of tho lottor with
him. Tho lottor boars evidence of
boing genuino. It shows that tho
great "Wo, Us & Co." of Hilo deli
berately interfered to prevent officers
of tho law from doing their duty.
What a character tho precious docu
ment gives the Uiroo judges com
posing tho Board of Inspectors! "So
we have got tho Board of Inspectors
to resign." How much rospect for
tho law will these dispensers of jus
tice have hereafter, when thoy aro
thus on record as having their con
duct in another official capacity con
trolled by a cotorio of politicians?
As Mr. Nawahi was elected at tho
general election for tho full term,
tho bitter resolution of tho Hitch
cook faction to prevent his going
back for tho fag end of tho session,
when he had failed to retain his
Minister's commission, is despicable
enough anyway. Tho people aro
likely in all such cafaes as thoy soom
to havo done by an overwhelming
voice on Maui to teach wire-pulling
politicians who would create un
necessary contests a severe lesson.
Tho letter in question as it comas to
us is as follows:
Nov. 11th, 1892.J
Wo here in Hilo aro disgusted
with tho way tho olection horo for
representative, has boon put out; tho
notices for tho Election arrived horo
by Kinati ou the lUth (Sunday) nnd
by law request for any ono to stand
for candidate, must bo filed with tho
Ministor of Interior 14 days boforo
tho Election. Now it was impobsi
blo for iw to do it as thoro would bo
no means of our sending it to Hono
lulu, boforo next Thursday. This
would givo Nawahi a clean walk
ovor for Hilo aud ono which wodou't
proposo to lmvo done, so wo hnvo got
tho Board of Inspectors to resign,
nnd of cmtrsotho noticos, otc; rotjuir
od will not bo jmt out as required
by law, and this will force a now
election which will givo us a show
at another olection. Tho noticos re
quired by law have not yot been put
out by Puna Board, so roally wo do
not think that any olection can bo
hold. Can not tho Minister of In
terior oven now make a change in
tho tiny of election, say putting it oil"
till tho last of December? This would
not allow tho now Hon. to sit in this
Session. So I think tho Session will
over by Hint time. Will you take
charge of tho enclosed paper and
present it to the Mill, of Int. of
course ho can not accopt it, this is
private to you.
Tho Fivo Marshal.
In loading tho account in this
evening's Bulletin of the discussion
of Bill 110 bv tho Legislature to
abolish tho ollio of Firo Marshal and
to confer the duties appertaining to
saitl ollico on tho (Jlnof rjiigineor I
feel satisfied tho present bill would
never have been brought forward it
the present Chief Engineer had
boon allowed tho $2000 salary which
ho asked for, lor himself and his as
sistants in his tirst requisition for
tho espouses of tho lire Depart
ment. Having failed in that, ho has
stated that ho could sco nothing olso
to fall back on but tho position of
Firo Marshal, and that ho would
rather attend to the small duties of
the ollico himself, and ho has now
boon practising tho sanio for some
time. It is easj to understand where
tho information has conio from, for
most of tho statements made by tho
introducer of the bill anil others are
certainly far from being according
to the real facts of tho case. It has
boon stated that tho present incum
bent of tho ollico doos not attend to
his duties. It goes without saying
that it is impossible to attend to
duties in which ono has boon super
seded. It is also stated that ho gives out
work to local mechanics, thus caus
ing considerable drain on tho trea
sury. Tho facts aro that ho has
seldom a chance to do so, that being
almost invariably done boforo ho
knows anything of it. And a fact
that is woll known to many and one
that has caused no little hostility to
that oilicer, was his rofusal to allow
a certain firo ongino to bo taken to a
niachiiio shop for alleged ropairs bo
causo soino oilicors of the company
thought it ought to go there. Ho
discovered tho design by accident,
and wished to bo allowed to prove
that no such action was necessary,
aud tho result' was tho ongino did
not go ton machine shop and has
boon doing good service siuco. An
other false statemont which I con
sider it an act of justice to correct.
It is stated by Mr. Ashford that Mr.
Noill had shaken tho dust of Hawaii
from his feet, but that ho was sont
for to fill tho position. Tho facts
aro that when Mr. Noill loft tho Isl
ands about 8 or t) months before
ho became Firo Marshal, ho wont
off on a vacation to visit his family
then residing in San Francisco. Ho
was then holding a position of much
more impoitanco aud of more pecu
niar' value to himself than his pre
sent position. Matters appertaining
to his visit to California made it im
possible for him to return as soon as
expected, and so ho resigned his po
sition and returned to tho islands
some months later, and know nothing
of tho vacancy in (ho Firo Marshal's
ollico until upward of a week after
his return and then only by accident.
Ho received tho position without
making any pull for it and no doubt
his record in his business and his
long residence in these islands of
over 20 years' standing may aid in
securing him anothor position should
his traducors succeed in this case.
One Who Knows.
Honolulu, Nov. 29, 1892.
Wasn't tho Hawaii.
I seo by oiir last evening's isssuo
that tho "Bonnie Dundee" wont
ashore at Pearl Harbor on Monday,
"sticking for an hour and a half,"
also that "she was got off by assist
ance of tho yacht Hawaii in com
mand of Mr.'W. L. Wilcox." Tho
facts aro theso: Tho "Bonnie Dun
dee" ran in too closo opposite Mr.
Hassingor's residence and grounded.
She was ashore for say ton minutes
when Messrs. E. A. Jones and John
Oat, in tho little j'acht lately re
ceived from Boston, pulled her bows
around, when tho mainsail was
hoisted and sho sailed off into deep
water. Mr. Wilcox in tho Hawaii
was near by aud kindly offored his
services, which would havo boon
gladly accepted had the little Bos
ton boat failed to do tho work.
E. O. White.
November 30, 1892.
Probable Election of Cornwall,
Reports from' Mnui by tho Kinau
indicate the probable election of W.
11. Cormvoll as Noblo by a largo
majority. At Lahaiua it is said the
vote was 17 for Cornwoll and 1 for
Tun Best Blaster. Dampen a
picco of ilnnnol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on over tho
soat of pain. It is bettor than any
plaster. Whon tho lungs aro soro
such an application on the chest
and anothor on tho back, between
tho shouldor blades, will often pro
vont pneumonia. Thoro is nothing
so good for a lame back or a pain in
tho side. A soro throat can nearly
always bo cured in one night by ap
plying a ilannol bandage dampened
with Pain Balm, 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
"Winter & Winter, Dentins. Office,
Jill JJoiotania street.
Gold lillhiKB S3.00
Silver fillinys 1.00
Teeth extracted .50
Eastern J'rivus, Mutual Tolo-
Tho schooner Aloha carried away
for the Coast twonty-four male and
two foiniilo Japnuubo pas&ongors,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Francisco, Aoi 23, per S. S.
A private lottor has boon received
from Lord Dunravon, expressing
himself as willing to accopt tho con
ditions tho Now York Yacht Club
holds out. Thoro soonis to bo no
doubt that tho race for the America
cup will bo sailed in tho summer of
It is reported that a syndicate of
wealthy Americans, headed by W.
C. Whitney of New York, has so
cured control of tho output of the
Nova Scotia coal mines.
G. Sinclair, cashier of tho Armour
Packing Co., is missing, and it is
estimated that tho company's losses
will not be less than SHO.OOO.
Robert Bonner is preparing to
make Maud S. beat hor own record,
if possible, next year. Tho niaro
will bo practiced on a covered track
There wcro 213 cases of typhoid
fovor, with 1!) deaths, in St. Louis in
ono week. It is the opinion that tho
tonus conio through tho water
Prof. Henry P. Smith has a maj
ority of tho presbytery against him
in his trial for ho res' at Cincinnati.
Tho steamer Saalo from Bremen
brought a case of smallpox in the
stoorajjo to Now York. A colored
clerk in tho post-ollico wont homo
ill, and it was found ho had malig
Owing to tho blocking of immi
gration by tho Government, the
Guion bteaiuship .Lino has with
drawn its steamers from the route
between Liverpool and Now York
and offers to sublet its wharf in Now
York for three months.
Ohio's vote is still closo. With
two counties unolliciallv ronortod.
Danford, who headed tho Republi
can presidential electoral ticket, has
107'1 over Soward, the first man on
tho Democratic ticket.
Missouri's voto for Cleveland was
208,028. for Harrison 22(5,702.
Rhode Island Clovoland, 21,335;
In Indiana official returns from
seven counties aro still missing, but
careful estimates placo Cleveland's
plurality at (5037.
Mrs. Lease is a candidate for tho
United States Sonatorship in Kansas.
She has received hundreds of lettors
of encouragement from men but not
ono from women.
Kansas women can now voto for
county and municipal oilicors", and
there is no doubt that woman suf
frage will bo extended to all State
officials at tho coining session of the
President-elect Clovoland got away
on tho 22d from tho importunities
of rioliticiaiib and tho wearisomonoss
of unwelcome visitors for a brief
vacation in tho South. Ho is 1 vort
od as saying that ho will no. con
sider any applications for offieo until
his inauguration, and gives all to
understand that worrying him with
applications now is tho best way to
defeat chances of success for tho ap
plicants. A bill likely to pass in tho Ala
bama Legislature provides that all
persons whose State and county
taxes as assessed do not amount to
$5 shall not bo required to pay if it
can bo shown that such persons fail
ed to voto at tho August or Novem
ber elections of tho provious year.
This is tho first attempt in Alabama
to legislate against tho negro voto.
There aro not 20 percent of the
nogro voters who pay taxes exceed
ing $5 a year, and it is calculated
f0 percent of tho voters within tho
limit will take advantage of the
opportunity to savo $5.
Matthow Lalliu, an agod and
wealthy merchant, has subscribed
;S7r,000 toward a permanent home
for tho Chicago Academy of Sciences
on condition than au equal amount
bo obtained from other sources.
Tho Illinois Stool Co.'s immense
plant at South Chicago, employing
5500 hands, is expected to shut down
on Dec. 15 for two or throe months
Uncertainty as to possible changes
in tho tariff is said to bo tho primury
Notico has beon given of a heavy
reduction in wages at the Carnegie
mills, Boavor Falls, Pa.
Tho Gorman Roielistag was open
ed with groat pomp by Emperor
William on tho '22il. In his address
opening tho session tho Emporor
urged tho military bill on tho sup
port of tho Reichstag.- To enable
the Empire to sustain the increased
expenditure, bills would bo intro
duced for the furt hor taxation of
boor and brandy, and for tho furthor
taxation of Bourso transactions. Tho
conservative press receives tho ad
dress coldly, while tho radical papers
pitch into it without qualification.
A National Liberal pnpor, tho Cor
rospondoz, says: "Novor porhaps has
Parlianiont oponcd with tho wishes
and desires of tho people ho misre
presented and distorted as now."
Tho Monetary Conforoneo is in
session at Brussels. Montofioro
Levi of Belgium was olectod presi
dent. John Edwards, ono of tho por
formors in D. M. Crowloy's dramatic
company, was arrested yesterday for
tho larceny of a helmet, cloak, malo
and undorclothos, valuod at $10, tho
proporty of D. M. Crowley. Edwards
was tried in tho Police Court this
morning, found not guilty and dis
charged. Defendant claimed that
Crowley promisod him ?5() a night
for aetint'.consoquontly was indebted
to him for $100. Ho would givo up
whon ho received his
A man named Samuel Clinton
Willotfs is trying to disepvor wheth
er his wifo, who was previously his
own daughter-in-law, is not his own
daughter by his iiist wifo who bopa
rate.d from him forty-live years ago,
a year after thoir marriage and who
had taken the daughter with hor,
The caso is moro romantic than
I had becu troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was chronic. I had a fullness
after eating and a heavy load iu the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick
ness at the Stomach would overtake
me. Then again I would have the
terrible paius of Wind Colic. At
such times I would try to belch and
could not. I was working then for
Thomas McHenry, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny
City, Fa., in whose employ Iliad
been for seven years. Finally I used
August Flower, and nfter using just
one bottle for two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now cat things I dared not touch
before. I would like to refer you to
Mr. McHenry, for whom I worked,
who knows all about my condition,
and from whom I bought the medi
cine. I live with my wife aud family
at 39 James St., Allegheny City.Pa.
Signed, John D. Cox. O
G. G. GREEN Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A
By Iiowis J. Levey.
TO-MORROW, Dec. 1st,
AT 10 O'CUH'K A. M.,
I will bell nt Public Auction, at my Snlus-
rootut, for account of whom it
II, in diamond; B
0 XKSTS TIIUNKS 3 Kach.
!) XKSTS VAKISKS 1 Kach.
Damaged hy salt water on voj ago of im
portation ex Dark "Martha Davis"
Terms Gash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Lewis J". Levey,
Hv order of KD. HOKKSClIhAaKK
CO.," Assignees of the Bankrupt Kstatu of
Sang Yuen A' Co., 1 will sell at l'uhliu
Auction, nt my Salesioom,
TO-MORROW, DEC. 1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Stock of ili-rchandi-e belonging
said Kstatu, consisting of
l'rints, Shirts, Denim l'ants,
BOOTS and SHOES
Kto!, Ktc, Ktc. Also,
Uapging, Knglish Belting,
Kegs VI KK l'KOOF PAINT, anil
70 cases CHAMPAGNE
Lewis T. Levey,
By Jas. P. Morgan.
AUCTION" SALE OF
Fresh Apples & Potatoes
AT 12 O'CLOCK
my Salesroom, 1 will
bell at l'uhlic
ISO Boxes FRESH APPLES
100 Sacks California Potatoes
Useful Christinas Goods!
Kor tho benefit of all who believe that,
during the jireient Hani Times, money
Hhoulu not bo thrown away on ukoU'ws
Kcu-gnwf), but nhoulil bo Invested in bor
viccublu nnd necejsary articles, I will hold
n Series of Holiday Bales of Htaiilu (loods.
The lirst of the series will bo held at
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,,
When will bo sold a consignment of
New Cooking Stoves
n IIOLK WOOD & COAIi STOVICS,
6 Hole Wood & Coal Stoves
With Nickel Trimmings;
6 Hole7-in. Ranges with Hearths
4 HOI.K IMl'ltOVKDWOODBTOVKS,
Ktc., Ktc, Ktc, Ktc,
ttf (lopds on view all day Thursduy.
Jas. F. Morgan,
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'il
Saturday, Nov. 6, 1892.
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 Hradley & 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
When 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
ncnt tne wick, mat alone is
worth something and is not
found on the made-to-sell sort.
For a table lamp we have
lor 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 oxydized 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
Ojipo. Bjirui'kuls' lllot'k,
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
"Will "be Closed Out This "Week at Prices Not to "be
B Ladies Take Advantage
PACIFIC IMMME CO., Ltd.
Oummins' Bloolxi, Fort Street.
-dr ill ifTUBirERTXTT"-! .'li "" 1 . inn j '' imim nm
jib, W l:ipll
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalminanu St., Ground Floor,
L.ARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
Sl'KOlAl, DISPLAY OK
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
FI2STE -wa.:r,:e i
KTew Ruga and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
of This Special Sale ! -fi
1?m.;ple of Fasiiion.
VIES & CO.
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