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TEE DULY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Seel nor l'artyi
But Established for the lie ne fit of All.
TUESDAY, DEO. 27, 1802.
At tho Nicarngun cannl conven
tion in Now Orleans tho Inst of No
vombor, resolutions wore passed
urging on Congress tho tint' of aid
ing tho outorpriso. Congress cannot
bo counted on to do much for tho
canal until a majority of its mem
bers aro olected under promise to
soo it through.
Tho political picnic at Romond
Grovo yesterday did not draw strong
ly. It is not a good sign of pro
gross in civilization horo, to have
more appeals niado to tho bellies
than to tho brains of legislators.
Tho failuro of a feeding and fud
dling scheme, thoreforo, is a causo
Tho Advortisor published the ex
traordinary "estimate" (wild guess ?)
this morning that "on last Friday
aud Saturday over $1(,00Q was paid
into tho treasury by t ho local mer
chants," in anticipation of tho pass
ago of tho bill to iucroaso the duty
on liquors. This estimate happons
to bo nearly six times too largo.
Enquiry at tho Custom Houso elicits
the fact that tho ontiro rocoipts for
tho two days mentioned amounted
Tho British Government has taken
cognizance of tho "missing word"
craze. It is a dovice of cheap week
lies to increase their circulations. A
sentence is given with, a word loft
out, for guessing at which a fee of
one shilling is charged, aud the pool
is divided among tho correct guoss
ors of tho missing word. In a recent
case a pool of $51,000 was divided
among 370 persons, each re :viug
tho snug sum of $145 for a or. j-shil-liug
risk. Tho Government is trying
a case against one of tho pool man
agers for violation of tho lottorios
act. All tho publishers running
word competitions aro uniting in
defense, their main rolianco being
that tho contest is one of skill aud
not of chance.
Tho Advortisor goes out of its
way to flagrantly insult tho Queen,
when it says, in roterring to a pros
pective resolution of want of conli
deuco, "that, at tho outside, the
Palace gang cannot command more
than eighteen votes, and, as it ro-
!.:-o i tr Ar U put 1U LIU!
boodlo crowd, this simple example
in arithmetic will prove their
strength." It makes the offense
worse that tho managing owiior of
the Advortisor is a member of Her
Majesty's Privy Council, and in that
capacity at least might check tin
inordinate disposition of his pape.
to sneer at royalty in general aiu.
the Hawaiian throne in particular.
In tho present instance tho slur it
wholly wanton. The Advortisoi
cannot produce a particle of evidence
that tho Queen or anybody con
nected with the Court is intriguing
for tho overthrow of the Ministry.
Neither is there any justification in
fact for tho use of tho term, "Palace
gaug," to describe any active ele
ment at work in the politics of the
present. It is an incongruous spect
acle, but perhaps not unexpected
from that quarter, that of the Adver
tiser's descending to such a depth
of political rancor in tho next issuo
succeeding that on which a truce
was declared to party fooling out of
respect for tho associations of Christ
mas. Christmas Sorvicos.
Largo congregations attended tho
Christmas services in the various
churches on Sunday.
Bishop Willis conducted a service
on Christmas Eve. Five carols woro
sung by tho surplice'd choir, and tho
congregation joined in singing tho
processional hymn, "Hark, tho Her
ald Angels Sing." Mr. F. M. Eng
lish, organist, trained tho choir for
their excellently performed duties.
The Bishop preached tho Christmas
sermon at 11 o'clock matins Sunday.
A detachment of tho Ho sohold
Guards'attonded this service . Eov.
V. H. Kitcat assisted His Lordship
in celebrating holy communion at
6:80 a. in., when mauy communi
cants received the sacred emblems,
Thoro woro 75 communicants at
tho 5:30 o'clock sorvico of tho Sec
ond congregation of St. Androw's
Cathedral, at which Hov. Alex,
Mackintosh, pastor, was tho cele
brant. Extra chairs woro needed to
accommodate tho ovorllow of pews
at tho 9:30 o'clock sorvico. Hor Ma
jesty, accompanied by His Excel
lency Governor Cleghorn, Hon. Jas.
V. Itobertson, Chamberlain, and Mrs.
Robertson and Mrs. O. B. Wilson,
ladies-in-waiting, attended this sor
vico. Capt. Macarthur, officers aud
men of H. B. M. S. Daphno, aud
officers of tho U. S. S. Boston woro
present. Tho sorvico was choral,
and solos woro sung by Mrs. E. D,
Tonney, Hon. C. P. Iaukoa, Mr. S.
E. Pierce and Miss Kulamanu Ward.
Ou tho Queen's rotising Mr. Wray
Taylor, organist, played Hawaii Po
noi, and as the Daphno's contingent
loft tho British national authom. At
a communion sorvico following (5(5
communicants participated. Tho
offertory was $7(5.45. At 6:30 p. m.
thoro was anothor choral sorvico,
when solos woro givon by Mrs. F.
W. Glade, Mrs. Tennoy, Messrs'. T.
May nnd S. 13. l'iorco.
At tho morning and evening ser
vices of Central Union Church, Rev.
E. G. Ueckwith, D. D., preached ap
propriate sormons to largo congre
gations. Tho platform and choir
loft woro prettily decorated with
plants and flowers. The choir sang
tho To Deum at tho evening service,
and Mr. Roudsky and Miss Dolo
sang beautifully a duet, "Throw out
tho life line." Tho orchestra that
supplies tho placo of an organ till it
arrives accompanied tho choir. Dr.
Reckwith at both services road an
appeal for contributions to pay olt
tho debt on tho church.
At the Catholic Cathedral low
masses woro colobrated from 1:30
till 9 a. m. Tho Bishop of Panopolis
celebrated high pontifical mass at
10 a. m. Both tho St. Louis College
and tho Portuguese bands assisted
at tho service. About 150 people
received tho rite of confirmation at
Kawaiahao Church had its quarter
ly Sunday School exhibition in tho
morning, when addresses woro de
livered by Chiof .lustico tho Hon.
A. P. Judd, Mr. Henry Watorhouso
and His Excellency P. C. Jones,
Minister of Finance. Prof. II. Bor
gor on the organ accompanied grand
singing by tho choir. Tho Queen
aim suuo wore present.
A praiso sorvico was held at Kau
makapili Church in tho ovoning. It
was conducted by Mr. Henry Wator-
houso. Addresses woro delivered by
Mr. W. R. Castle and Rev. H. II.
Parker, pastor of Kawaiahao Church,
and Rev. C. M. Hydo, D. D., with
students of the North Pacific Mis
sionary Institute, assisted in tho
sorvico. Thoro was singing by tho
church choir and tho Kainohamoha
School chorus, and tho largo organ
was manipulated by Mr. Wray Tay
lor. A very ploasant Christmas treo
social was givon to 375 Chiuoso chil
dren, under direction of Row F. W.
Damon, at the Chiuoso Church on
Brown vs. Spencer to bo Hoard on
Merits W. H. Aldrich Ordered
The Supremo Court in banco has
agreed on a decision over-ruling tho
demurrer of respondent in tho suit
of C. A. Brown vs. C. N. Spencer,
tho tax oilico case. In consequence
of the decision tho respondent must
answer tho writ of injunction within
forty-eight hours after tho decision
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright on Sat
urday, before Chiof Justice Judd,
presented thoir accounts as trustees
of tho late Queen Emma estate.
They woro approved. A total income
of $5339.80 for tho year was shown,
which, after providing throe an
nuities, SG00 for scholarships in St.
Androw's Priory, and tho expenses
of administration, loaves S9S4.70
each for tho two residuary legatees,
Priuco Albert Kunuiakoa and Queen
Tho will of tho late Kapakaula
was admitted to probato to-day be
roro Justice Bickorton, and tho
widow, Kapaahu, was appointed as
administratrix with the will annexed
without bond. J. M. Kaueakua ap
peared for potition.
In tho matter of tho bankruptcj
of W. H. Aldrich, a voluntary bank
rupt. Chief Justice Judd gave a
hearing this morning to Mr. Hatch's
.notion on behalf of creditors to sot
iside the order of bankruptcy. Tho
Court agreed to a re-hearing of tho
matter. As diligent search failed to
iind tho would-be bankrupt, an order
vas issued commanding him to ap
pear at 1:30 o'clock to-morrow and
answer such questions as may bo
put to him.
Bruce Cartwright has been ap
pointed by Chief Justice Judd to
succeed tho lato A. J. Cartwright as
trustee of tho Auld ostato, on tho
application of Edith and Maud
Auld. C. Brown for petitioner.
A Truant Member.
Please inform your readers how it
is that Hon. John E. Bush has for
tho past three weeks so porsistontly
absoutod himself from tho Legis
lature, whore your writor is informed
ho was much required to absolve
himsolf of his obligations. Has tho
honorable gentleman forgotton tho
"intellectual equality" ho so lately
aspired after, aud becomo tho tool
of faction and a by-word among
those whom ho proclaimed woro on
a lower platform than ho?
Mr. J. P. Blaizo, an extensive real
ostato dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of tho sovorost
attacks of pnoumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says tho Saturday
Review, Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughlj' chillod that
ho was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour aftor his roturn ho
was threatened with a sovoro case of
pnoumonia or lung fovor. Mr. Baize
sent to tho noarost drug store and got
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Ko
mody, of which ho had often lieard,
and took a number of largo dosos.
Ho says tho effect was wonderful and
iu a short limo ho was breathing
quito easily. Ho kopt on taking tho
medicine and tho next day was siblo
to como to Des Moines. Sir. Blaizo
regards his cure as simply wonderful.
For sa.e by all doalers. Benson,
Smith & Co,, Agonts for the Hawai
rpiIE UNDEU8IUNED HAS BOUGHT
JL put tho Chun Loy Keu Bakery Busi
ness, including Lease of Building, Fix
tures, etc., at Jvekauliko street. All claims
will be settled by Chun Loy Kee. Date of
sale December 31. 180.'.
C00-3t WO KEE:CO.
STAMP COLLEOTOB'S NOTICE.
ALEX. J. CAKTWIUGHT HAS
nlaced his collection of Foreign
Stamps with the undersigned fur disposal.
Those, deslrlnu to select from tho ubovu
collection can obtain sheets on approval
by upplying to
GEO. W. BUllOESS.
Terms; Net Cash. 608-2w
How doo3 ho fool ? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, nnd he
makes everybody feel thesa"ic way
August Flowor tho Remody.
How does ho fool? He feels a
headache, generally dull nnd con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flowor tho Remody.
How does ho fool? He feels a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raisinc
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How does he fool ? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flowor tho Rem
edy. How does ho feel ? He feels so
full after eating a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flowor tho
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Jas. E. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
On THURSDAY, Dec. 29,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At tho Residence of Mm. Q. L. BAHCOCK,
No. 13 Emmn street, I will sell
at Public Auction
Tho : Entire : Household : Furniture,
Comprising in part
B.W. Upholstered Pai-lorStit
Bronzed Hanging Lamps,
hnrge 11. V. Mirror,
Oak Book Cnsc and Secretary,
PORTIERES, B.W. SECRETARY,
Large Ofllce Tables,
'2 Largo Book Cnsos,
Bamboo Wbatnot, Picturos,
Marble Top Tables,
Black Walnut M. T. Bedroom Set
Extcimion Dining Table,
Crockery and Glassware,
Hefrigerator, Meat Safe,
lFrancouia Stove & Utensils
Lawn Mower, Tools,
Ferns and Plants,
Honolulu, December 22, 1802.
To all English-Speaking residents of Ho
nolulu who are not identilied with any
other Church in this city:
Dear Friends: If not already members
of tho Congregation of the "Central Union
Church of Honolulu," you are hereby most
cordially invited to become attendants
upon its services. Its now houso of wor
ship has been built for the people, and
deuicated to tho servico of God in the in
terest of our common humanity. "Whoso
ever will, let him come."
On Thursday, December 20, at 7:30 r. si.,
the sittings in the Church will be offered
to the free choice of tho people Any sunt
you may choose will be assigned to vou for
your use, subject only to the possible limi
tation of tho saino seat's being chosen by
two or more persons; in which cnsc every
effort will bo nmilo to adjust tho matter
amicably between thorn.
The seats nre not to bo rented. Thoy aro
simply to be nssigned to households, or
single sittings to individuals, for their
regular use. No price is put upon any
seat. No pledge is required of any fixed
sum from any occupant. Only one condi
tion is made, namely, that every holder of
a pow, or of a sitting, shall make some con
tribution each mouth to tho treasury of
tho Hoard of Trustees, for the current ex
penses of the Society. What each one's
contribution shall be is left entirely to his
own sense of duty; "every one as lie pur
poseth in his heart," and "every one ac
cording to his several ability." These con
tributions may be handed to the Treasurer
at any timo during the month. If forgot
ten by any one. tho Treasnror will call at
tho close of too mouth and receive tho
Tho object of this Alan, which is on trial
for six months, and to be continued or
changed as may bo found wise, Is to make
tho houso of God equally accessible to nil
classes, nnd at tho samo time to make pro
vision for tho current expenses of tho So
ciety, by the freo will ollejings of tho peo
ple. In tho name of the Master, and on bohalf
of the Church, wo most cordially invite
you to join with us In tho worship of our
common Lord nnd Saviour.
Very sincerely yours,
.W. 1). ALEXANDER,
E. O, BECKW1TII,
H. E. BISHOP,
E. O. DAMON,
W. V. HALL,
P. 0. JONES,
A. F. JUDD,
A. B. LYONS,
J. T. WATEHHOUSE, Ju.,
J. M. WHITNEY,
n09-2t Stuuding Committee.
NOTICE IS HEKEBY
given thuttho follow
ing described Animals will
bo sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Jon. 7
1803, nt 12 o'clock noon, nt tho Government
1 Buckskin Maro, branded "J O S" on
right hind leg.
1 Buckskin Colt, no brand,
1 Irongray Marc, branded "J O S" on
right hind leg.
I Whito Ilorso, branded "N" on right
I Bay Mnro, branded "J H" in diptbong,
on riuht hind leu.
i jsiuck iiorse, nniniicii
..:. ... u, .-
3Px" 3P nbove
1 Bay Horse, branded "III" on loft hind
fV Owners of the above Animals must
send lu their cluiins within 17 days, other
wise they will bo sold on tho dato nbovo
named. 1). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Dec. 27, ISO.
60 cents a month,
By Lowis J, Lovoy.
For Sale or Lease.
On WEDNESDAY, Jan. 4, 1893,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
I slmll ollVr for snlo nt my Salesroom, by
l'ubllc Auction, U not otherwise sold,
A Well & Newly Built Dwelling
Containing 7 llooius, llnthroom, Servants'
Qunrters, Stable, Conch House, etc., shu
nted on tho Wnikiki Komi.
Lot 32 foot frontngo by 10 foot; well nt
tnstofully lnld out with Kruit nnd Sim
Trees; newly fenced; wntor lnld on; en
imiMiiK tno door,
one of tho most
perfectly nppolntcd Seaside Cottngos built
rcccntlv bv tlie owner tor hi own uo nnu
roplcto' with nil the lntcst improvements
for domosttc comfort nnd health.
Also 1 Bench Lot directly opposite tho
dwelling mid fncing the sen; suitablo for
untiling; n Dwelling House.
Tho Lease for tho entire Promises is for
1" years, with tho privilege of oxtcnslon, nt
n rentnl of .$ '! per annum.
Tho Promises will be on view from 1 to -1
Lewis J. Levey,
AUCTION SALE OF
Bv order of Hon. A. S. OLKOHOHN,
Colfector-dencrnl of Customs, 1 will !ell
nt Public Auction, at my Salesrooms,
On TUESDAY, Jan. 3, 1893,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
The following described packages of Mer
chandise remaining in the Custom House,
unclaimed unto 31st December, 181)1:
J. Coleman, 4 pkgs Phaeton, Fob. 1, 1800,
Mrs. Maggie Cisco, 1 Trunk, March 17,
1801, ox "Zealandia."
0. H. Bnilgn, 1 pkg Boiler Comp., Mnrch
17. 18!U. ex "Zenlanitia."
C. B. Miles, I c Mdso, May 12, 1801, ex
S. F. Graham, 1 pr Shafts, .Tunc 23, 1801,
M. Melnerny, 1 pkg Mdse, Sept. 15, 1801,
Miss Marv ltelmcr, 1 pkg Mdse, Oct. 13,
1S01, ex "Alameda."
Mrs. Cochrane, 1 pkg Mdse, Nov. 7, 1801,
A. Herring, 1 pkg Mdse, Dec. 18, 1801,
W. S. S. Co'y, 1 pkg Papers, Dec.
1801. ex "Marinosa.
james tiumcr, l pKg uiie, Jec. zy,
.1. 15. Brown
1 c Mdse, Dec. 21, 1S91, ex
Lewls T. Levey,
Closing Out Sale
- OF -
Christmas Goods I
Toys, with or without Mechanism,
Dolls, Flags, Albums, Satchels,
Purses, Vases, Statnos,
Bronzo Ware, Mocca Cups,
Opera and Spy Glasses, (warranted first
Mirrors, Frames, Brackets,
Perfumery, Fancy Goods,
Fans, (extra fino);
uarpets ana uugs, (ail sizosj
Each Piece marked with CASH
Ts- DISCOUNT on Larger Cash Pur
chases. fc EVERYBODY invited lo an In
spection. H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
Notice to Stockmen!
FOR SALE CHEAP
One Acre of Sorghum !
READY FOR HARVESTING.
tXf For particulars apply to
W. M. GIFFARD,
At Win. G. Irwin .t Co.'s oilico, Fort st.
Can be found, ns usual, at his rcsidonce,
Alakea street, next to British Club, or by
message at 0. E. "Williams' store, Fort
t9- All work guaranteed and visited a
second time. Prompt nttentlon to nil
orders. Tuned tho PInno for concert of
Musin, the celebrated violinist. (X)3-2w
HOUSE ON K1NAU,
near Peusaeola btrcet.
K. It. UKMIllY.
fJ07-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
HOUSE ON MAKIKI
street containing Pnr
lor, Dining-room, ,'t Bed
rooms, Ivltolion. etc. Car
nage House, Stable uiul other Outhouses
on tho premises. Theo promises ndjoiii
those occupied by Mr, C'relgliton. Applvto
OUi-tf J, M, MONSARRAT.
T AWN MOWERS
TO LET BY THE
li duy, week or
Cleaning and Sharpening douo; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when romiiiud. Machines
I'nl'Pd for and returned. Also, Repairing
uanicii jioso in luci, can uo unyiiung
necessary around tho houso or stable.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 152.
681-tf K. i BURQESS.
Hawaiiau HarQware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Dec. 2J,, 1S0S.
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 ear to
make life happy. It is timt-,
now, to dibconnect 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 are 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 vou
to have good things to put on
your table. Next to a $io
dinner for Christmas or New
Years cut ' glass is the one
"thing needful. No one Avill
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 comfort. If 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
clean shaven face
embrace" and you
much profit as if
you had waded through a half
dozen volumes on "Osculatory
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
0io. Sprockola' Mock,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
to Notify the
Toys, Xmas Goods,
Must be Closed Out
My Stock consists of
PEICES are the LOWEST.
KS I have many Coaxers in the TOY LINE that
can't help but prove irresistible to you.
grs Call Soon in Order to
Velocipedes, best make, for Boys from 3 to
5 years, at $3.95.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!'
Perfumes ! Perfumes
Toilet "VVate:rs I
Eto Eto., Eto.
EDWIN A. JONEB
litis opened an oilico lor transacting all
IniBincHs In connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Sale of Bonds,
Stock and Real Estate,
And U jiropurcd to Audit Accounts,
Ofllce: "Old CliamburoICoimnerco'ltoom."
Campbell Uloek. 1. O. Box 65.
General Public that" .-
USEFUL TOYS and my
Useful Presents at Closing out Prices
which Seldom Occurs.
Get the Best Bargains! &&
Torrrpl of FaslxLon..
Smith k Co.
at wnikiki. Trnineara nusu
the gate. Special arrangements can be
made for Fumilv l'icnlca und KvenliiK
llutldng Parties. 688-tl