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SJpV' BY AUTHORITY.
DrrvuTMEST of Kinvnck,
HoNol.til.ti, October 25, 1SI2.
Uy virtue of mitliority glvun by nu Art
of tho Ix'ghlntlvo Assembly, entitled nn
" Aet U) Prevent this Infection of Cholera
in tho Hmuiiiuti IslninK" nppion-il on tho
!27th day of September, 1802, upon tecum -lueiuhitlon
of tlio llounl of Hcnlth, 1 do
liereliy ileelnre nil Ports of Entry in the
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
E. C. MAUKAlll.ANK,
Minister of Kinimec.
Honolulu, Oct. '., 1S!. Vj7-tf
Ilohlors of "Writer Privileges, or those
paying Wiitcr l'ntc- nie hereby notified
Hint, owing to the drouth ml the i-enrcity
of water in the Government Koscrvoirs,
Uio Hours for tislng wntor for Irriga
ion purposes arc from 7 to 8 o'clock . m.,
m C to (I o'clock i'. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Oiiaf. T. Gumck,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. 15, lfe'Jl!.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All llrands must, by law, be re-regi"-tered
prior to July 1, lb'W, or tliey will be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Registration on O.iliu shall 1)0 made at
the lnlciior Olllco.
On the other Inlands it slinll lie done at
tho Olllces of the several Slierill's.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllee, Dee. 2, 1M)-'. (W.l-tf
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents uiutikn of J udd street
aio lequcstcd to collect what water they
may reipiiro for houbeliold purposes before
S o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1SU2. . 515-tf
KE0K1 KIMOKEO. Ej., has this day
been appointed n meinour of the Road
Hoard for the Taxation District of Kan,
Hawaii, for the nntut piled term made va
cant by the resignation or G. W. Kaliolo
kahiki. (J. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Nov. SO, 1M)2. 5SS-3t
Mi:. J. KAMALENUI has this day been
appointed u member of tlio Hoart l.oaul
fur the Taxation District of Wnimen,
Kauai, for tlio unexpired term made va
cant by the resignation of G. W. Malama.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Intoiior Ollice, Xov. 2(i, 1MU. flsMIt
Mi:. MOSES PAPAIAKKA lias this day
been appointed I'oundmastcr for tlie Gov
ernment Pound at Huelo, Island of Maui,
vice K. Honokaupu, resigned.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Xov. 30, 1M)2. DSb-St
Mi:. LYON K. KAKAN1 has this day
been appointed Ponndmaster for the Gov
ernment Pound nt liana, Island of Maui,
vice C. Pololu, deceased.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior Ollice, Xov. ), ls'J-!. fSS-3t
S. W. KEKUEWA, Esi., has this day
lieen apiointed Notary Public for the
Third Judicial Ciiouit of the Kingdom.
G. X. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, Xov. 20, lMJi 08-3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 1802.
The Noblo voters of Maui have
dono themselves credit by re-electing
Mr. Cornwall for tho unexpired
part of tho term for which he was
originally elected. It was not for
tho bonofit of tho country that thoy
wore asked to elect a now man for
helping to finish tho legislation of a
session of which ho could only have
tho imperfect knowlodge of a spec
tator through the reported proceed
ings. Mr. Cornwall is elected as tho
"people's candidate" in fact as well
as in name, and, his canvass not hav
ing been directed against tho Minis
try, it is to bo presumed his attitude
toward tho administration will bo
governed by his judgment of minis
Tho Legislature has by unani
mous vote finally passed tho bill to
enable tho Oahu Railway Aj Laud
Company to borrow mono' abroad
on tho security of its properly. Had
tho measure boon fully understood
at its initiation, it would never have
lieon blocked as was dono with tho
result of many weeks' delay to the
negotiations. However, it may bo
that tho intervening time has boon
productive of more benefit than
otliorwibo, in the opportunity it af
foidod tho agent of Now York
money brokers to make a thorough
examination of tho company's as
sets, Not only will the extension of
t he railway round tho island be of
incalculable bonofit in tho opening
up of agricultural lands, but tho ox
pondituro of tho monoy at this time
would to a groat oxlont noutralizo
tho financial stringoncj from tho ro
vorsos of tho sugar industry.
Tho following from tho San Fran
cisco Chronicle doubtless represents
tho opinion of nu overwhelming
majority of all tho people in the
United Stales who over give n
thought to Hawaiian affairs:
A morning contemporary devotes
a groat deal of space to-day to sot
ting forth the opinion of Hawaii's
prominent citizens upon the subject
ol annexation to the United blates.
Hawaiian opinion on the subject is
well known. The Hawaiians have
national pride, like their own form
of government, do not want to be
annexed to any nation, and would
like to bo loft alone, to attend to
their own affairs. Tho talk of an
nexation is periodically made 1)3
schemers, who have no regard for
Hawaii, and who think they see in
annexation a chance for themselves.
America's best policy is neither to
annox nor allow anybody to annex:
and, in tho meantime, not to harass
and anger tho Hawaiians by annexa
Tho Supremo Court in banco has
hung fire on tlio effort of Wildor's
Steamship Company to secure a now
trial on tho ground that tlio verdict
against it and in favor of Theo. II.
Davios Si Co. was contrary to tho
law and the evidence. Chiof Justice
Judd was disqualified from sitting
on account of his interest with the
defendant. Justices Bickorton and
Dole disagree, making a lie, the re
sult of which is that tho vordict
stands. The point on which tho
Judges differ is Judge Bickorton's
charge to tho jury, whore ho left tho
construction of tlio bill of lading)
as a question of facts, to the jury.
Judge Dole holds that the contract
involved should have boon construed
by tho Court. Judge Bickorton
holds that evidence having been ad
mitted without objection as to tho
meaning of tho contract, tho con
struction of tho document was re
moved from the realm of law to that
of fact. Tho suit, it will bo romeni
borcd. was for tho value of goods
shipped on tho defendant's steamer
Likeliko for delivery at au inland
point and which, while waiting rail
way carriage to destination, were
destroyed in tho burning of tho rail
way waiohouse at Kahului. What
concorns the public chioJly is tho
realized possibility of tho machinery
of justice becoming inoperative in
any case through the interest of a
member of the Judiciary.
Mr. Emmeluth Demurs.
My attontion lias boon called to
an article signed "American" appear
ing in Thursday's issue of your
papor, in which the writer rofors to
"the Olooii-Einmoluth clique of un
scrupulous coders of Pearl Harbor."
Whonovor this self-styled American
(?) concludes to discuss matters bear
ing oil tho future of this country
over his own name, 1 shall endeavor
to convinco him as to the error of
In future, Mr. Editor, I prefer that
you avoid tlio publication of anony
mous writings in which any name is
used in any way.
Dec. 3, 1892.
As Mr. Emmeluth has become a
public man by running for tho Legis
lature, as well as taking a hand in
public discussions in the press, in
cluding tho Pearl Harbor contro
versy, ho is asking loo much. Ho
may run tho kingdom if ho can, but
ho is not going to run the Bulletin
this winter. Ed. J
A Novol Contest.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Company
believes in keeping everlastingly at
it. By way of a change from tho
ordinary moans of advertising their
business (for in keeping their name
before tho community thoy adver
tise themsolvos) this enterprising
firm starts a contest among tho
ladies of tho Kingdom by asking for
original bills of faro for a family
Christinas Dinner. While such
methods of advertising are old in
tho east this is certainly an innova
tion in Hawaii. Tho schomo is an
excellent ono for tho Hardware Com
pany as well as for tho public; it
benefits the latter because it is an
opportunity for exchanging ideas on
tho subject of good dinners. If
mothers leavo tho preparation of
tho gala day dinners to their daugh
ters tlio publication of their menus
will bean intimation to their "steady
company" of what knowledge they
have concerning tho good things for
tho inner man,
While tho scheme is solely tho
Hawaiian Hardware Company's, the
selection of judges has boon loft to
the editor of tho Bulletin. Tho
public will understand that iioilhor
"age, sex nor previous condition" of
tho persons computing will bo taken
into consideration in awarding tho
prizes; the menus will bo judged
strictly on thoir merits. Wo are in
formed that the object in making
the prize to the amateur larger than
that to tho professional is because
of the familiarity of the latter in
handling a subject of this kind. Tlio
chef of the hotels and club as well
as tho proprietors of tho restaurants
aro tho only professionals to coin
polo, while the nmalour class in
cludes every privalo citizen iu tho
Tho Bulletin will publish tho best
menus submitted iu its issue of the
21st instant. The contest will close
at noon on the 15th,
Dedication of n, Catholic Church at
Moaimlua by tho Bishop of
Last Sunday, November 27, was a
meat festival day for tho Moanalua
community. A Catholi
ic cliapol was
to be dedicated by his Lordship the
Bishop of I'anopobs. People had
been very busy several days before
about many things fit to make of
that day a grand one for the little
village of Moanalua. Mrs. Wilcox
of Kalihi vn ahead to make the
best arrangements she could, both
religious and material, i. o., as re
garded the ornaments inside of the
church and the provisions of a great
luav. She was admirably seconded
by Mrs. Waller of Kalihi, and also
by many other person", most of
them natives, lion. S. M. Damon,
the landlord of the country, and one
of tho bonofactois of the church,
had very kindly let them have many
things for tho arrangement of the
His Lordship arrived at Moana
lua by tho !) a.m. train, followed by
man' people from Honolulu, who
wished to fraternize with the Catho
lics of Moanalua. But there was al-
roady a crowd of peoplo assembled
at tho station, come from Moanalua
and Kalihi and some other places,
all wailing there for tlio Bishop. A
grand procession was immediately
organized to accompany his Lord
ship from the station to tho church
he had to dedicate. They inarched
on in good order, the Catholic choir
of Moanalua singing joyous religious
hymns, assisted by some native girls
that came from Honolulu by tho
Tho religious ceremony of tho
dedication began at about 10 a. in.,
and was followed by high mass sung
by his Lordship, the Moanalua
Catholic choir singing tho "Kyrie,"
the "Credo," tho "Sanctus," and tho
"Agnus," and some native hymns.
An appropriate native sermon was
delivered by his Lordship, and when
mass was over the sacrament of bap
tism was conferred on some persons,
iufant and adult. The church was
crowded, and most of the peoplo had
to stay outsido. Moanalua had not
witnessed such a crowd of people
for a long time.
The religious ceremony was fol
lowed bv a hunt, which was really
splendid, owing to the ability and
activity of Mrs. Wilcox ami Mrs.
Waller of Kalihi, who had taken
charge of tho table of his Lordship
and his guests. Another table had
been prepared on tho same ground
for tho members of the choir. And,
at a very little distance, wore two
other tables, prepared by the natives
of Moanalua for their visitors. Evory
body had his plenty, and was satis
fied with tho generous and kind wol
como of tho Catholics of Moanalua.
At about 3 p. m. the boll of tho
church called again tho congrega
tion to tho List religious coremonj'
ol the day, l. e., the administration
of tho sacrament of confirmation,
and tho saying of the Rosary. There
again tho strong and lively choir of
Moanalua sang some of its beautiful
Hawaiian religious hymns.
And when the time to return
came, a procession was organized
again to accompany his Lotdship on
his way homo from the church to
the station, the choir singing joyous
hymns, as they had done in the
morning procession. A little while
before tho whistle of tho train was
heard, tho congregation of Moana
lua knelt down to receive tlio bless
ing of the Bishop. And shortly
after tho whistle announced tho ap
proach of tho train. And when
the Honolulu visitors had entered
into tho cars the choir of Moanalua
sang a hymn of adieu to them; then
the whistle blow and the train
started, and soon disappeared from
tho Moanalua valley.
So was closed a groat festival day
which will novor bo forgotten, noi
tlioir by Moanalua people nor by
their friends of Honolulu. F. C.
ST. AKDKCW'b CATIIKDItAL.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Choir
notice, 2d Sunday in Advent, (b.'ft)
a. in., Iloly communion; 11 a. in.,
morning prayer with sermon; 7:150
ji. in., evensong with sormom.
The sorvicos of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow win Do as loiiows: y:Jf a. in.,
Holy Communion with sermon;
Kyrie, Mendelssohn in G ; Sanctus,
Bridgowalor in G hymns 50 and
813; Gloria in Excolsis and Nunc
Dimittis to double chants. 0:30 p.
m., ovonsoii" with sermon; Magni
ficat and Nunc Dimittis to double
chants; anthem, "Lord, for thy ten
der morales' sake," by Farrant;
hymns 48 and 12. Uov. Alox. Mack
intosh, pastor. All aro cordially in
vited to those services,
CENTIIAL UNION UUUKCH.
IIIIIUCATION HUIIVICKS AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.
Prelude Meditation. . .Kaneonier
Seripture Lesson I'salin 21
liev. A. V. Souies
Anthem Praise yo the Kather Gounod
fieripture Lesson Psalm 112
Kev. II. W. Peek
Prayer liev. It. It. Hoes, Chaplain U.K.N.
HuspoiiMJ Holy, holy, holy Schubert
Ollertory Duett 1 waited for tlio
I x) ril Mendelssohn
Mrs. J. II. Piity mill Mrs. A, K. .Intnl.
Address Tho ilouso for the People.
..Hov. W. II. Oleson
Address The House for tho Children..
Hew O. P. Emeisoii
Address The House for tho Church
Hov. C. M. Hyde, I). I).
Address The House for Christ
Hev. H, E. llisliop
Transfer of tlio House from the lliiildiug
Committee to the lloaid of Tiustees.
Alexander Young, Chairman of Commit
tee. .1. O. Carter, Vice.-President of Tnintces.
Dedicatory Service . Pastor and Peoplo
Prayer of Dedication
Hev. 12. 0. HeeUwitli, Pastor
Dedicatory llwun Philip 11. Dodge
KVKNIMJ SKIIMCKS AT 7:80 O'CLOCK.
Prelude Mia Noia . Ilunii t'cllot
Scripluio Lossou Priiliu IL'1
Anthem To Ileum . . Mosenthal
Serlpluie Loson- Isaiah liOil-7
Kcsponsc, . .
Ollertory Solo Ho shall lead liislloek
lino u siiopnem .. ..mis. j. ii. raiy
Chairman of lliiildiug
F. ,T. Ixiwroy, Treasurer of Htilldlug Com
mittee. P. 0. Jones, representing tho Contributors.
A. 11. Lyons, representing the Standing
J. T. Wntorhouso, Jr., representing tlio
Miss Mabol Wing, representing tho Society
of Christian Endeavor.
Mrs. W. W. Hnll, representing the Ladies'
Kev. H, If. Parker, representing the Ha
Postlude. . . ...
Sunday Sorvicos 0 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
tho 7 a.m. Mass, ovorj' Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. A p.m., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), -1:30 p.m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Wcoklj' Services (5 and 7 a.m.,
Y. 31. C, A. HALL.
Tho closing special service for
children and young peoplo will bo
conducted by Mr. Theo. J I. Davios
at tho Y. M.C. A. hall to-morrow
afternoon at 8 o'clock. A short ad
dress to parents and teachers will bo
given at -1 o'clock.
Evangelistic services in tho Y. M.
O. A. hall. 0:30 to 7:15 p. m.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ will hold services to-morrow
in tho Mililani hall, near the
Music Hall, as follows: Bible
class, 10 a. in.; Preaching in English
and Hawaiian, 11 a. m.; Pleaching
in English, 7:30 p. m. All are in
vited. SEVENTH DAY ADVENT1ST.
Seventh Daj- Advent ists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at the corner of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic services will bo con
ducted by the V. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
For a sore throat there is nothing
better than a tlannel bandage damp
ened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
It will nearly always effect a cure in
ono night's timo. " This remedy is
also a favorite for lheuinatisin and
has cured many very severe cases.
f0 cent bottles lor salo by all dealers.
Bonson, Smith Si Co., Agents for the
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, Dec. 6th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. AL,
At the HeMdeuec of Jin. N. W. HKUN
DAllE, Kurt Htioet, opposite the Club Sta
ble", 1 will ell nt 1'uhlic Auction, tlio
Household Knrniiiiie, comprising
1 Upholstered Lounge,
Center Table. KocKen, Pictures,
iron lledsteud, Wardrobe,
1 Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
1 PARROT, 3 CANARIES,
Kerns, Garden Hose, 101c, Ete.
Jas, 7P. Morgan,
I,. .1. L i:t.y,
I). M. C'kowi.ky,
On Satnrday, Ik 10th,
Minstrel & Variety Entertainment
III'. OIM K 11V Tin:
(From the U. S. S. Iloston.)
Overture .. Hoyal Hawaiian Hand
MINHTHEL CHICLE OK lfi.
Kour End Men Messrs. Berry, SonbrooUe,
Hurry and Sperry.
Now Oostumee I
Now Songs 1
N"ow Joltes I
i' i. nam: io niisT I'AIit
"Fun in a Pullman Car."
Jly the Company.
M iisieul SUetch-"lH this iV . Hy Hules
Horizontal liar Work
j lorry mm iyous.
A. K. Senst
(luriinui Character Kong
American Sand Jig
Indian Clubs ,,
lirond Hwortl Kencing.
C. L. lluehler
0. J. Hoiry
Senst and Noreott
" Love in a Kitohen."
Tosser, n household guaidsiuun .1). Harry
Pitcher, a policeman A. 12. Moore
Walker Chalks, a uiilkmnn 0. J. Horry
Penulopu Green, n servant A. JI. Com.tiost
Mrs. Struekoiljlady oftho house .W.Undy
"Tlio down's Revenge"
Messrs. Senst and ICohler.
"The BuBtod Oho Fa Bank"
A Laughable bketeh, Illustrating tlio
working of the institution, Written by
ono who "was there," Characters bv the
Coiupuii) . The whole to conclude with tho
" CAROLINA CAKE WALK ! "
Overture at 7sl.r. To conclude at 10;30.
Prices as Usual, 50c, 75c. and SI.
ttf Hox Plan open at Levey's where
Tickets can bo had for all partsof the house.
Hawaiian Harflware CoM L'fl
Saturday, Dec. S, 1S03.
Wiih a t'lViv lo ancerlainlnrj the gas
tronomic ca2abilitics of Ihr Honolulu
housekeeper, ivc will give to the amateur
submitting the best Menu for a Christ'
mas dinner for five persons, the vim of
$10; to the jtrofcsshnal (which includes
person who furnished meals as a ousj
iimiO the sum of $5,
The conditions of tlie contest arc as
Contestants must be. subscribers to the
Menus are to be original and not co
pied from any of the forms supplied by
authors of cook books.
The dishes are, to be thoie only to be
found in the markets or stores of J f ono
'lulu. The. cost of each dish or course to be
staled as well as the total cost of the
Contestants to sign their full name to
the Menu submitted, endow their effort
in an envelope marked "JFawaiian
Hardware Co, Contest, care Daily Bul
The envelopes will be opened in the
Bulletin Office on the 16th insl., and the
vrizes awarded next day. The winning
Menus will be published in this paper-
on the Hist inst.
The Editor of the Bulletin will select
two judges from among the gourmets of
the Kingdom, and these gentlemen will
name, a third. If you want an extra
ten-dollar piece for Christmas now is
your chttnea to gel it.
A year ago not only the
tastes but the purses of the
people leaned toward massive
chandeliers with brass founts
elaborate and expensive. At
this time, with the "crash in
sugar," or not, according to
the opinions of different
correspondents, the purses
show a tendency to enjoy
closer relations with something
Our stock of chandeliers is
admirably adapted to the
wants of the rich whose ex
checquors have experienced
no change, or to those people
whose circumstances warrant
retrenchment, But everybody
wants the maximum light at
the minimum price. We
appreciate the situation and
beginning with Monday, De
cember 5th, we will offer you
an opportunity to get a two,
three or four light chandelier
complete with chimneys,
globes, etc., at very reduced
prices, ihey are perlect in
every particular, neither store
worn or broken; but they have
glass instead of brass founts
and we want to sell them.
Times are going to be better
and we want additional room
for our stock of all-brass
chandeliers. Just now the
ceiling of our store room looks
like an inverted forest and we
want room floor room and
ceiling room and we are
willing to sacrafice twenty five
percent on the price of these
goods to get it. A four-light
fellow that you would have
jumped at a year ago for $28
we will sell you this week for
21. Another one with
twisted brass shank and arms,
colored globes, imperial burn
ers, goes to you at $15 it
was cheap at $20, six months
ago and it's just as good as
the other only it has three in
stead of four lights, quite
enough for a small room be
cause there's not so much
heat in it. A two-light chan
delier in brass, well suited for
a dining room will be sold at
$13.50, another just as good
for $12. Colored globes and
A 1 burners with each of them.
These goods have not been
marked up to suit this occasion
as you can see the selling tags
that have been on them for
the past six months slice off
25 percent and you have the
price you can buy them for
this week only. II you want
light this is the opportunity of
a lne time to get it. Ihe
patterns are as modern as the
Talk about Schultze cart
ridges! Our lot that was
buried deep in the hold of the
"Albert" was dug up on Fri
day and we can supply you
with any guage or size of shot
you may wish. "Dinna, ye
hear the slogan" cartridges.
If we have any cut glass
remaining after it has been
picked over next week, we
will give you a detailed des
cription of the pieces. Just
now we tell you that they are
small and inexpensive; beau
tiful and recherche, fit for the
Tsar's table and almost given
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0iMi. Bpivi'Ms' llldcl;,
G-IR, .A. 3ST D
Oil It KNTIHK
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Will be Closed Out This Week at Prices Not to be
fi"- Ladies Take Advantage
Ou.iiam.ins' Bloolt, Fort Street.
H. & P. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmaim St., Ground Floor,
LA lid 111 ASSORTMENT OF NMW (JOODS !
BI'KOIAL DISPLAY OK
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewoou and Other
New Rugs etna. Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivorywarc, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
Prices ZR,ec-a.oecl.. .
I T IE
of This Special Sale! -na
Terrrple of Fashion.