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JJ'Iil YWfi!r -m
K MEMBERS 'OF TAX
Commissioned by the Minister of Finance
lor the Year 1892. .
District Hilo C. K. Richaidson, I..
District Funa R. Rycrolt, W. Kainau.
District Kou 0. Macomber, J. C. Scarlo.
District S. Kona C. Kaeo, Moses Bar
rett. District N. Kona D. Namanu, George
District N. Kohala J. McQulre, F North
rop. Dislrir-.t 8. Kohala-F. Spencer, T. W.
District Hamakua-H. Hall, M. 1".
District N. Hilo Jas. Matoon, D. Ka
District Haua J. E.
District Wailukt J. T.
District Molokai and
Cockett, L. K. Kupihea.
District Lahaina I.. M.
District Makawao E.
David P. Eldrldge.
Lyons, W. K.
District Waiinca and
Conant, D. Kua.
District Hanalet E. T. Q. Bryant, L.
District Kawaihau E. Lindeman, G. B.
District Koloa W. G. Smith, Ke -.
District Lihue H. D. Wishard. Josia
Vllcn, J. T.
District Ewa and Waianae A.
bell, J. II. Holt, Jr.
District Waialua Jas. Gay,
District Koolauloa Jas. Convin,
District Koolaupoko Jas. Olds, R. Mu
kahalupa. E. C. MACFARLANE,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, October 31, 1892.
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES.
Office of the Boari of Hkmth,
Honolulu, Dec. 22, 1892.
Sealed Tenders w ill be received at this
office until noon, WEDNESDAY, Dec. 28,
1892, for supplying the Board with tho fol
lowing articles for use at the Leper Settle
ment, Molokai, from January 1st to Juno
Bids may bo made for all or any of the
articles, to be delivered as ordered by the
Agents of the Board, f. o. b. island
All bids mast be plainly endorsed, "Ten
der for Molokai Leper Settlement Sup
plies." BUILDING MATERIAL.
Rough Nor'west Lumber up to 35 M. ft.,
Tongued and Grooved N.W. up to 20 M.
ft. per M.
Redwood Shingles up to 1C0 M., per M.
Redwood Surfaces up to 3000 ft., per M.
Redwood Battens, yix3 up to KW ft.,
Redwood Fonce Posts up to 2000 each.
Doors, 2x6x6, IK. each.
Sashes, 10x12 and 10x14 per pair.
Iron Cut Nails up to 50 kegs (lOd. basis),
Hubbuck's Boiled Oil up to 100 gallons,
Turpentine up to 50 gallons, per gallon.
White Lead, Hubbuck's, up to 3000 lb.,
Cement up to 50 bbls., por bbl.
Limo up to 100 bbls., per bbl.
Galv. Iron Pipe, J4, , 1, por ft.
Galv. Iron Roofing, per lb.
Washers and ScrewB for same, per lb.
J'ROVISIONS AND SUPPLIES.
Rice No. 1 up to 400 sacks.
Cal. Medium Bread up to 600 cases.
Best quality Flour, i sacks, up to 800
Sugar, No. 1, raw, up to 140 bags.
Salmon, best red, up to 00 bbls.
Brown Soap, 2-lb. bars, up to 200 bxs.
Matches, card, up to 250 gross.
Salt, coarse, up to 500 bags.
Kerosene Oil, up to 1000 gallons-
AIbo tenders for supplying tho Joard of
Health for the same period named above,
with the following articles to bo delivered
at thu Board of Health Stables near corner
of South and Queen Streets:
Baled Hay, up to 80 hales.
Bran, up to 80 bags.
Oats, up to 80 bags.
Tho tenders must be for weight delivered
at tho Stablos.
Tho Board of Health does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of tho Board of Health.
In accordance with Section 1 of Chapter
XXVI. of the Laws of 1886, all jwrsons
holding Water Privileges or those paying
Wter Rates, are hereby notified that tho
Water Rates for the term ending Juno 30,
1893, will bo due and payable at the Office
of the Honolulu Water Works on tho 1st
day of January, 1893.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they aro due will be sub
ject to an additional 10 percent.
Rates are payable at tho Office of the
Water Works in the Kapuaiwa Building,
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 21, 189.'.
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Omen of Tim Boa uii or Hf.u.th, I
Honolulu, December 13, 18ST2.J
Tenders will bo received nt tills otllco un
til WEDNESDAY, January I, 1891, at 12
o'clock noon, for supplying thu Leper Set
tlement on Molokai with:
1-Good Reef Cattle weighing not less
than 350 lbs. per head when dressed.
-'-Fat Beef Cattle.
Tho Cattlo are to bo delivered at the
Leper Sottlonient In good condition at an
averago of IX) head per month, moro or loss,
for the use of tho Board from January 1,
IfelM, to Juno 30, IsOJ.
Tho tender for Fat Beef Cnttlo must be
for the price por pound when dressed, and
that for Good Beef Cattle must be per head.
The hides and tallow are to be the pro
perty of the Board.
All tho bids must be marked "Tender for
Supplying the Loper Settlement with
Tho Board will elect which tender to ac
cept, and does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any bid.
By order of tho Board of Health.
President Board of Health.
5!)3 Gt-51 3t
Holdors of Wator Privileges, or thoso
paying Water Bates, are hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and thu scarcity
of water in tho Government Bcservolrs,
he Hours for using water for Irriga
lon purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
md 6 to I) o'clock i m., until f urthor notice
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Oiias. T. Gui.ick,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. 15, lbt)..
SALE OF THE
Government Land Known as Laula,
in, Holualoa 2, N. Kona, Hawaii.
On TUESDAY', January 10, 189J, nt 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olani Hale will be sold at Public Auction
the Government Land known as Laula, in
Holualoa 2, North Kona, Hawaii, contain
ing an area of 38 2-10 acres a little more or
Upset price ?100.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 12, 1802.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oaliu shall bo made at
tho Interior Ofllee.
On the other Islands it shall be done at
the Offices of tho several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1892. 5b9-tf
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, the residents mauka of Judd street
are requested to collect what water thoy
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu iVater Works.
Honolulu. Sept. 6. lb')2. fllS-tf
HE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, DEC. 24, 1892.
Tho editor of the Holomua got
tho sub-editor of Ka Loo into jail
and under decreo of banishment for
challenging him to fight. Now tho
valorous editor of tho Holomua trios
to distract attention from this nn
chivalrous treatmontjof an opponent,
in tho samo lino of journalism as
himself, by crying "Coward!" against
others. Lot it horoaftor bo called
Rep. R. YV Wilcox tho other dajr
declared tho Ministrj' would stay in
until ho gave tho word to tho con
trary. Yesterday Ka Loo, organ of
Rep. J. E. Bush, leader of another
Liberal wing, in effect-withdrew op
position to tho Ministry. Evidently
the native Liberals aro tired of be
ing made catspaws to draw tho
chestnuts out from tho coals for tho
haolo monkey. It is no credit to
them that thoy did not rocognizo
tho sly animal earlier.
This paper is issued on Christmas
Eve. To-morrow is Sunday, whoroou
no paper will bo issued. It is also
Christmas Day, when no paper
would bo issued anyway. Tho only
way editors, reporters, printers,
electricity men, carriers and yes
roadors oven cau have any kind of a
Christmas Day is by having no papor
to bother about getting out, or go
ing out to pick up and road. Day
aftor to-morrow is Government
Christmas Day. Wo havo always
had a benign government, leastwise
in that way, horo. There is nothing
red-letterod, particularly, in not hav
iug to work on Sunday in this coun
try. So tho rulers of tho land, when a
calendar holiday falls on a Sunday,
invariably make the actual holiday
noxt day boforo or aftor. This time
it is aftor. So thoro will bo no papor
noxt Mouday oithor. Under thoso
circumstance.", therefore, tho only fit
opportunity for printing a fow words
on tho subject of Christinas is in this
papor. If it is only to drive out poli
ticsof which, by tho way, wo havo
had surfoit enough this year to spoil
our appetites for tho Christinas
feast a signal sorvico will bo con
ferred on our readers.
What is Christmas? It stands for
tho annivorsary of tho birth of Josus
of Nazaroth, the Saviour of Man
kind. History places tho beginning
of tho festival's keeping by Chris
tians in tho second century, well to
ward its close. Some of thoso early
Christians held it in May, some in
April, others in January, and tho
critics declare tho true day could
not be tho 2th of December. Still
tho real day in these times is the
2oth of Decombor, and it would bo
pretty hard to havo it changed now.
So many of tho peoples of Christen
dom livo in tho cold zones of the
earth, and Christmas has such a
tremendous inlluonco in warming
hearts, that it would bo as e.TSy to
shift tho poles as to alter tho day
kept for Christmas. Perhaps there
is a might' lesson to bo learned
from tho fact that tho exact birth
day of Christ is not necessary to tho
celebration of tho event in its true
significance. Tho motto of Christ
mas "Peace on earth, good will to
ward mou" was not proclaimod by
tho herald angols for ono day, but
for overy day of tho centuries to
elapse boforo tho ushering in of that
everlasting era of poaco and good
will of which tho angols' proclama
tion was tho prophecy. Christmas,
therefore, in its spirit if not in its"
material s3'mbols of joy, should bo
tho pattern of ovory day in tho year.
Thon, as on any spot of God's foot
stool the worship of God is accepta
ble, through tho now way, and not
restricted to any tomplo or moun
tain, as by tho old way, so may tho
exorcise of tho sontimonts of univer
sal brotherhood not bo cribbed,
cabined and confined in tho Christ-mas-tido,
but bring an oven How of
the blessings of poaco and goodwill
through all tho days of all tho years.
Christmas, thon, is tho time for good
resolutions, especially, as to our
relations with our follow-croaturos.
Lot it bo tho date from which ovory
wrong, unjust or spitoful word or
action toward our brother aud sister
mortals shall not blemish tho calou
dar of our lives. From honco let tho
flow of the milk of human kindness,
stimulated by tho associations of
this glad season, not bo diminished,
nor tho firos of fraternal sj-mpnthios
be banked with the ashes of sordid
interests aud solfish motives. Lot
ovory da' havo its duty of distress
relioved or help bestowed whore it
may bo needed, of independent in
dustry and thrift oucouragod, or
helpless poverty made moro tolora
blo by unostentatious bonovolonce.
Such fruits as theso would give our
Christmas a present charactor that
would a thousand timos mako up for
its past uncortain chronology.
Christmas-keeping of tho best sort
is making merry Christmas for ot hers.
Charles Dickens, who is tho modern
apostlo of Christmas, concludes his
story of "The Holly-Tree" thus: "I
began at tho Holly-Tree, by idlo ac
cident, to associato tho Christmas
time of year with human intorost,
and with some inquiry into, and
some earo for, tho lives of thoso by
whom I find myself surrounded. I
hopo that I am none tho worse for
it, and that no ono near mo or afar
off is tho worse for it. And I say,
May tho greon Holly-Treo flourish,
sticking its roots deep into our
Euglish ground, aud having its
germinating qualities carried by tho
birds of Hoavon all over tho world!"
Had Dickons lived only till now ho
would havo found in thoso mid-ocean
isles ample ovidonces that tho birds
had boon at least thus far and per
formed their mission so woll that
everything typified by tho holly-troo
hero flourished in tropical luxuri
ance. For Christmas has come to bo
ono of tho brightest fostivals of tlio
And now our little lay sormon is
ended. It will be road by some in
whoso Christmas-keoping tho hear
ing of proaching is not scheduled.
May it help them to benefit by tho
festival as woll as thoso who per
form thoir Christmas devotions un
der ecclesiastic arches. All will bo
benefited at this soason who mako
for tho Christmas motive a lodging
place in their hearts for ovory day.
Not in "this mount" nor any "tem
ple" will tho fountain of poaco and
good will dischargo its blessings, uti
loss tho frequenters of mount or
tomplo conform to tho standard of
Christianity sot by tho "Ancient
"He prayeth best, who lovoth best
All things botli great and small;
For the dear God who loveth us,
Ho made uud loveth nil."
To all its readers tho Bulletin
"A MeIIIIY ClIMSTMAb."
For a soro throat thoro is nothing
better than a flannel bandago damp
ened with Chamberlain's Fain Balm.
It will nearly always effect a euro in
ono night's time. This remedy is
also a favorite for rheumatism aud
has cined many very bovoro casos.
50 cent bottles for sale by all doalors.
Bonson, Smith & Co. Agents for tho
SANTA GLAUS' SONG
Ah! Ahl Ahl Ahl
A Morry Christmas to You All.
I'm old Santa 01au, you know,
I carry joy where'er 1 go:
And where I find tho girls and boy",
I tako them fun and lots of toys.
And whether thoy bo great or small,
A Merry Christmas give to all.
Altho' I'm old and gray jou see.
Each Christmas finds now work for me,
Tor young and old, and rich and poor,
Ueceivo the bounties of my store
And hearts are glad and oves grow bright,
When Santa Olaus conies out at night.
My time Is diort and I miit go,
To many other folk", jou know)
Tor llltlo ones throughout the land,
Hold Snnln Clans In great demand.
But I will leave mine presents here,
Besides my "Merry Christmas" cheer.
A ml nnu 1 siv tn vnii farewell.
l'or other little folks know woll
That 1 have presents rich and raro,
And thev are waiting for their share:
So thus t leave my Ohii'-tnias cheer,
And hope to meet von oil mrtt year.
Wai.tlk C. Wnr.noN.
11' olulu, Xmas, 1802.
Wo havo just opened a lino of tho
latest publications in Etchings,
Artotypos, Pastels and other sheet
pictures. Kino Bros.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
"My sou has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several months, and after trying
several prescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use oi
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recom
Rector. 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 Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note ol
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. GKESX. Sole .Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
OV THE SEASON'.
TO-MORROW NIGHT, DEC. 23d,
A.T T O'CIjOCK,
A CHOICE LOT OV
And Positively to be
Sold Without Reserve !
Lewis J. Levey,
Christmas & New
,fc CO. Gold Watches.
Baro XOVEI.TIES for the
Our SOU V EN IK Jif
1; Itieh Gifts for
CHRISTMAS .ii:vkikv. OC
NOTHING MICK IT IN TOWN.
The Old Stand,
WENNER & CO.,
Importing and Manufacturing Jewelers.
"ST. OLAK BRAND"
Superior to Any Other !
This Mill; is prepared in Norway from
tho l'ure Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed on mountain grass. There is
nothing added exiopt tho Finest Sugar,
and nothing taken away fiom it but water,
it therefore possesses all the original pro
iHiitiosuml aroma peculiar to Norwegian
Milk. , b
For Sals In Quantities to Suit by
II. W. SCHMIDT &S02TS.
T AWN MOWERS
TO LET BY THE
a. j uoy, weoK or
Cleaning nnil Sharpening done; Duplicate
l'ieces furnished w hen rocjiiircd, -Machines
calUd for and returned, Also, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do unj thing
necessary around tho houso or stable,
Jting up Mutual Telephone 152.
68i-tl N. F. BUltQKSS.
Min Harflware Co., L'i
Saturday, Dec. 84, 1892.
Practically this is the last
call for the Holidays. Your
opportunities for purchasing
remembrances for your friends
are limited and you must grasp
them today or be black listed.
Christmas has crept upon us
almost unawares, this year,
because the attention of the
people has been upon the
possible action of the U. S.
Congress in the matter of
sugar duty, rather than on the
duty you owe those who have
tried during the past year to
make life happy. It is time,
now, to disconnect your
thoughts from things foreign
and center them upon Christ
We have never had more
appropriate articles for the
holidays, never had Onyx
Tables to compare with those
shown now. For the parlor
or bed room nothing is prettier,
and, if you wish to "paint the
lily" get a lamp from us to set
on the table. You may have
seen more elegant art lamps
than is in our store but we
doubt it. We're the only
people who sell really beauti
ful lamps and we've never had
anything quite so elegant as
we show you this year.
In silver-ware we have some
odd pieces, queer designs that
your eye will not weary of.
We have a set for a child
who has outgrown a bottle and
clamors for spoon victuals.
It consists of a plate, bowl and
spoon beautifully engraved
and set in a handsome green
plush case. The child that is
presented with this will grow
an inch a day both ways.
We have but one and the fond
parent who wishes to add sun
shine to the days of his baby
had better nab it; tomorrow
may be too late. There's lots
of babies in town but only one
set like this.
Again we mention cut glass,
not so much because we want
to sell it but that we want you
to have good things to put on
your table. "Next to a 10
dinner for Christmas or New
Years cut glass is the one
thing needful. No one will
dispute the fact that it adds
tone to the' table and reflects
a refined taste on the part of
Read the fashions and you
will find that Chatelaines are as
much in vogue as they were
five years ago. We had a
few of them last year and one
was left over; rather than
carry it over again it will go
to you at half what you were
asked last year. Its appear
ance has not changed a
particle and looks as if it just
came in from the lactory.
As a gift to a gentlemen we
can suggest nothing better
than a smoking set. They're
made in rough silver lined
with yellowish stuff that looks
like gold. It is an inexpensive
trifle and will ever be a
reminder of the fact that at
least one person was thought
ful ol his comlort. It your
ideas soar to more expensive
gifts the oxydized shaving
mugs and brushes will proba
bly be more in keeping.
Take the motto on one of
them, "A clean shaven face
invites an embrace" and you
derive as much profit as if
you had waded through a half
dozen volumes on "Oscillatory
Exercise as a Promoter of
Disease." Every man looks
better for having shaved and
this being the case the proper
thing is to present the one
upon whom your affections
are most centered with one of
these mugs. Don't you agree
with us in this instance?
Two days this week the
packers in our store were busy
storing away Haviland China
received by the Transit. The
demand for the 2196 pattern
in Haviland has been so great
that we ran short of some of
the dishes. With this late in
voice we are able to supply
you in any quantity from one
piece to fifty dozen.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., LM
Oppo. Sprecliels' Block,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On THURSDAY, Jan. 29,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho Residence of Mns. OEO. L. BAB-
COCK, Emma street, I will sell
at Public Auction
Tho : Entlro : Housoliold : Furniture,
Upholstered Parlor Set
Uasy Chairs, Curtains and Poles,
Center Tablos, Bureaus
1 B. W. Bedroom Set,
Mattrasses, Book Cases,
Extension Dining Table,
Crockery and Glassware,
Kitcbon Stovo and Utensils,
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, Dec. 27th,
- AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho 1'renilH's, liohello I-ane, 1 will sell at
Public Auction, the Furniture and Ef
fects of tho latoH. W. MoINTOSII,
comprising in Part:
Fancy Mies, Bed Lounge,
B. W. and Oak Rockers,
Rug", Curtains and Poles,
Ono Fine Piano Lanin,
Oak Bedroom Set!
Smlng and Hair Mattresses,
Wardiobc, B. W. Bookcase,
1 Oak Bookcase & Secretary
LOT OF BOOKS,
ONE HOUSEHOLD SEWING MACHINE!
Intension Dining Table,
One Haviland Dinner Set
Crockery and Glassware,
. Meat Safes, Dresners,
1 MEDALLION STOVE & UTENSILS
One Gentle Saddle Horse
SADDLE AND BRIDLE.
TRIMMED IN THE
Finest French. Morocco
Handsome Gold Mountings
WILL CARRY NINE PEOPLE AND IS
SPECIALLY DKSIGNKD FOR
Elegant, Stylish and Durable.
Hawaiian Car. M'fg Co.
70 QUEEN STREET.
Closing Out Sale
Christmas Goods I
Toys, with or without Mechanism,
Dolls, Klags, Albums, Satchels,
Purees, Vases, Statues,
Bronze Waro, Mocca Cups,
Opera uud Spy Glasses, (wanauted first
Minors, 1'ramos, Braukets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Vans, (extra fine);
uarpets anil liugs, (an sizos);
Each Piece marked "with OASH
Wfc- DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases. EVERYBODY invited to an In
spection. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
STAMP COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
MR. ALEX. J. OARTWRIOHT HAS
plated his. collection of Foreign
Stamps with tho undersigned for disposal,
Those desiring to bolcct from thu uIjovu
collection can obtain sheets on approval
by applying to
GEO. W. BURGESS.
Terms: Net Cash. 50&-2w
A Fine Carriage
Arc Receiving Now Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
BY EVEUY STEAMEH
Whoie they sire fully prepared to do all
kinds of work in the latest styles, at
tho shortest notloe aud at the
most Reasonable Rates.
Fine Job Work in Colors' a Specialty I
Executed in the Most Attractive
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Receipts of all kinds,
Labels of bvery vnrioty,
Petitions in any language,
Envelopes & Letter Circulars,
Sporting Scores & Records,
Perpetual WaHliing Lists,
General Book Work,
Elii.. Etc., Etc., Etc.,
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