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Tho following nppolntraonts of Clerics In
the Judiciary Dsparttnont have boon
Mr. Henry Smith, Clerk of tho Judi
Messrs. P. V. Wurdonbcrg and George
Lucng,; Deputy Clerks of the Judleiarj
Dcpartruont for the First Circuit.
Mr. Goodalc Armstrong, Deputy Clerk
oi tho Judiciary Department for tho Sec
Mr. Daniel Porter, Deputy Clerk of the
Judfciary Department for tho Third ami
Mr. R. W. T. Purvis, Doputy Clerk i
tho Judiciary Department for tho Fin
ThoGlorkot tho Judiciary Dcpai'.in
Is clerk ex officio of all tho Courts of Iter
4nd -tho Deputy 'Clerks for the Fir.-.:
cult aro also Clerks of tho tiuprehnvi.'ou
Alliobinl ,Halc, Honolulu, .Jan. JO, lo..
NOTICE XO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brartds must, by law, bo re-registered
ipr.lor to Ju,ly :l,!l893, or thoy will be
fprfcltejl, and cati thereafter ho appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall be niado at
tho Interior Ofiico.
On tho othor Islands it shall bo done at
tho Offices of tho soveral Shorlirs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 189J. 58'J-t
M. H. KEUTER, Esq., has this day been
appointed Notary Public of tho Sceom.
JOHN F. COLBORN,
Minister of tho Interior.
'Interior Office, Jan. 10, 1893.
11E DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1893.
Tho promises made, to allow Ha
waiian representatives of the King
dom to go forward have not beoL
Messrs. Thurston, W. C. Wilder.
O.JJ. Carter and W. R. Castlo gt
forward as special envoys of tho now
Provisional Government to Washing
Capt. Harry Fisher and a corps
pitizen soldiers have charge of th
entrances and exits to the Govon -ment
House. All persons bavin
legitimate business to transact fiia
fto .difficulty in their way.
The officers and men of tho U. t
S. Boston, at present engaged oi
shore duty have, by their gentle
manly and unassuming manners ii
the discharge of their duties, reflect
ed credit upon themselves and .
Undo Sam's navy.
Tljo Advertiser, without
as "by your leave," takes cjh,
every inch of land, every voaio .
torestj every man, woman aii..i
within tho confines of tho KiuD
and dumps it into the, as yet unu .
ing, lap of our nearest neighbor
generous but just America. But yes
terday, as it wore, Hawaii hold high
her head when the boom of American
cannon from American warship toll,
of honors paid to a weak, but sistei
nation. To-day alas, no boom 01
cannon, no honor to Hawaii. Great
indeed is the Advertiser; greatei
even than a provisional government.
The turn in the fortunes of fai.
and peaceful Hawaii is of yot too
recent occurrence to bo applaudcM,
or condemned; that thoro should bi
tho occurrence is to bo much, vor
much, regretted; it was to bo hoped
that less drastic measures would have
been undertaken and that oppor
tunity would havo boon given for a
more just settlement of existing
difficulties. Tho Hawaiian Mon
archy which oxistod on Saturday (b
virtue of forco set aside for tho time
being) had a niche in the temple ol
nations which cannot bo filloil at the
mero whim or caprice of those who
may simply seek tho honors which
belong to tho spoils of ollico and
It is understood that IheClaudine
will leave to-night with envoys and
dispatchos only from tho Provisional
Government for tho Coast to lay
tho full account q.)tho whole situa
tion before the government aud peo
ple of thosUnited Strifes. It is cer
tain that now a general mail
will be permitted to be taken and
if it is everyone who writes should
do so as calmly, correctly, and dis
passionately, as possible and lw very
careful to point out that the whole
chango has been accomplished peace
ably and without disturbance either
of business or social matters. No
tumult or riot has taken placo or is
likely to take placo,
Tho editorial mnnngomont of tho
Daily Bulletin will bo undertaken
from to-dny, temporarily, by Sir.
Frank Godfrey, and ho assumes tho
responsibility for its personal con
duct. Thoro will bo no attempt,
during tho prosont condition of af
fairs, to, in any way, projudgo tho
actions of mon or to color tho sur
roundings of local occurrences. It
will bo tho oudoavor of tho oditorial
utterances to bo moderate and con
servative, at tho satno tiino having a
just regard for the' importance of
tho honorable position of a truthful
and fearless opponent of public
opinion. It is human to orr, but tho
attempt will bo mndo to "nothing
oxtonuato or sot down aught in
The protest of Her Majosty tho
Quoon and hor Cabinet is a most
omporately worded document and
thows ovidonco of having boon drawn
( with groat ttiougiitiuiness.. it
as a most wise course on tho .part
r tho Quoon and hor advisors to
ild to inovitablo force without iu-
lving tho possibility of injury to
laughter of innocent porsous.
Vhatovor tho result may bo Hawaii
can woll rely on Amorica's well-
Known sentiments of justico to tho
weak being strongly brought into
exorcise. "May God protect and
uphold the right," is tho siucoro
prayer of ovory one in tho matter,
though everyone, of course, doos not
look at tho same sido of tho shiold.
Amidst tho turmoil and excite
ment which existed during tho after
noon of yesterday, tho worst enomy
jf Marshal Wilson believed in his
ability to look out for tho public
safety. Tho public have fully the
satno faith in Marshal Sopor, who
jas just takon ollico, and who has
with him gentlemanly aud capable
issistants in Deputy Sam Chillings
ivorth and Deputy Mohrtou. Dur
ing tho last twenty-four hours Mar
shal Sopor aud a special doputj
have had a busy time, aud oven in
tho bother and labor of issuance of
the passes, necessary under tho thou
existing martial law order, have re
.ainod the gentlemanly characteris
tics which makes it even a pleasure
for a Bulletin representative to
Martial law in a situation of this
kind is a ridiculous and absurd pro
ceeding and does not rollout credit
ibly on tho part of thoso who de
ignod it or who still keop it en
'ored. Tho late Ministry and their
idheronts surrendered everything
loacofully and quitely. No one
.ants to attempt to chaugo the statu
f affairs existing as everyone is
ontont to await the decision of tho
Suited States and abido by it. The
lawaiians aro ominontly a puaco
,)lo people and no ouo is either ex
iting them or oudoarvoring to ox
ito them. All aro confident in
he justico of their cause and wili
ng to await tho result with patience,
'he foreigners who adhere to that
ido advise them so, and follow their
nvn advice; todonothingcalculated
) annoy, scare, or injure anyone or
mything, and this advice is being
" . u, situation of tho country to
is a very peculiar one and it is a
jcult matter to write on without
. ; expressions which will load to
i'. fwling on tho ono sido or the
.ior. This is a result most devout
y to bo deprecated in a situation
liko tho present. What ovory sensi
ble man, and what ovory woman, de
sires is peaco and quietness. Tho
restoration of confidence and tho re
sumption of tho usual business tran
sactions must bo promoted as much
as possible. To this end everything
of a controversial nature is to bo
avoided until men's minds havo
calmly settled down and tho feelings
jf unrest excitement and curiosity
tvhich havo boon aroused by tho acts
)i the past few days havo settled
Jown. Lot all of our readers, then,
follow this advico and do not bo
lrawu publicly into discussion of a
controversial nature with any ouo
either for or against the present
state of affairs, Timo and patience
will allay tho friction and tho result
will show this to bo tho course of
wisdom and safety.
"In buying a cougli inudiuim
children, says H. A. Walkur, a
cuiiuron," says a. A. wniuor, a pro-
iiiinont drtiKKist of Oftluu, Utah,
"never bo afraid to buy Chainbor
laiu'H Cough Itomudy. There it) no
danger from il aud relief is always
.sure to follow. 1 particularly ro
coiniuoiid Chamberlain's hocaiibo 1
have found it to be safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." f0
cent bottles for salo by all dealers.
BoiiBon, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Tho article of special convenience
in ovory household and ollico
throughout tho islands, mid the most
acceptable to send to friends abroad
boeauso it deals only with facts
aud figures is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for lbil.'J. Price, 75
ceuts each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
Bi:iiun, Jan. 1.-Khlhorn ti Lusz
uiann's factory in Klberfold was des
troyed by lire to-day. Tho loss is
Subioribe or the Daily Bulletin, SO
rrud per month,
FBTJIT FROM THE BOUTr"
Making Arrangements for Shipping
Bananas From Bouth America.
Paul V. Camors, roprosoutiug J.
B. Camors & Co., one of tho oldest
firms in Now Orleans, dealing in
fruits, has arrived in this city, and
to-dny hold a conforonco with Con
sul D. G. Cnmarinos, tho prominent
commibsion merchant in this city,
for tho purposo of establishing an
agency in this city for tho disposal
of the goods of tho Now Orleans
firm. In short, Mr. Camors proposes
to bo a competitor of tho Hawaiian
Islands in tho shipment to this mar
kot of bananas ospeeinllyj and ac
companying him on his trip aro two
carloads of this luscious fruit. In
nppoaranco and taste tho bananas
aro suporior to the Hawaiian pro
duct and from a conversation with
Mr. Camors this morning it was
learned that ho is making arrange
ments for tho shipment .of large
nunntitios of bananas and othor pro
ducts which will arrive as fast as tho
markot can bo opened. Tho repre
sentative of tho largo southern
liouso oxplains his business in tho
following manner: "It is tho inten
tion of J. B. Camors & Co. to com
pote with the Hawaiian Islands, and
indications thus far provo to mo
that our efforts will moot with suc
cess. Our plantation is located in
tho State of Colombia, South Am
erica, and in the raising of bananas
wo aro of opinion that our product
is far in tho load and thoro will bo
no difficulty in finding a markot. I
have about completed negotiations
with Consul Camarinos for tho es
tablishing of an agency.
"Tho shipment of our fruits aro
made from tho plantation at Santa
Martha in the State of Colombia.
The firm runs its own line of stoam
ors to different South American
"The .shipment of t. . goods will
bo inado from Now Orleans via tho
Southern Pacific and in six days
thoy will bo landed hore. It requires
hvo uaj-s to laud them at Sow Or
leans from tho plantation, aud if
properly handled and packed thoy
can bo put in this market in good
shapo. Evening Bulletin.
Treatment of Teachers.
I would liko to say a few words in
regard to tho matter, tho subject of
your leader of Dec. 30th, "Too hasty
Such an act as this may not bo a
wise way of remedying a wrong but
that something should bo done to
rotnody tho discriminating way in
which nativo-born American to' hors
aro treated, is patent to any c . who
has taken any notico of the ques
It may bo, as you say, that 120 out
of 250 teachers now in tho Board's
employ aro either Hawaiian or of
Hawaiian deseont. I havo no waj- of
corroborating or dairying; but can
3-ou toll me tho individual salaries
of these 120 Hawaiians, and tho
same of tho 1 150 foreigners. This is
whore a cause of groat dissatisfac
tion comes in; tho foreigners aro
paid out of all proportion in com
parison to tho nativos. This is what
1 have learnt from enquiries and if I
am wrong I shall bo glad to bo put
right by a detailed comparison. In
Kau I know my argument holds
good. In Waiohinu there aro two
lady nativo teachers, both graduates
of Funahou; their salaries aro, res
pectively, principal ?3(), assistant
23 a month. Tho previous princi
pal was a foreigner, salary $100 a
mouth. "We go over to Paliala and
find a foreigner as principal at a
salary between S60 aud $100 a
month, with a Norwegian lady as
assistant at $25. This latter has no
education in English and speaks it
mo.-it imperfecta, yot she is paid
an equal salary with those who by a
long course o education havo fitted
themselves to fill tho positions as
Do j'ou call this fairness and im
partiality? I call it discrimination
with a vengeance.
Tho gentlemen forming the Board
are good men, aud no doubt wish to
do right; but why do thoy leave
everything in the management of
tho school system to tho initiative
of tho Secretary and tho Inspector
General. Lot tho Board seek for ability, and
fitness whether tho teachers bo for
eigners or natives, and pay these
qualities aud not for nationality.
Then thoy will havo bettor work
done in the schools aud a corres
ponding increase in tho progress of
tho education of tho ..oiiig genera
Kau, Hawaii, Jan. 11, 1893.
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Ta-Ka-Ru-Boom-Do-Hay.
By Jolinxon the Shirt Man.
Now thoro is a man with n great big gall,
If you look at him he'll commence to bawl,
He had soino Shirts uud wanted them fixed
Hut without the money ho could not do
Ho started in ami tried his nerve,
Hut tho looks of It i id would not serve.
Ho tried with a lawsuit but without suc
cess, Thatdlrty'inan will die like the rest.
(Jlvo mo my Shirts or in an hour I'll sue,
It will cost me nothing but bo dear for you,
For I havo a pull uud in jail you'll go,
And when you are thoru you'll I o po
He trieil his dirtvgamabut it did not work.
Ho got hit in tho neck and u uood hard
1 got 11
1 feels ii
Ho feels as sore as a leper case,
Ho Is so ushaiut'd to look in vour face.
Moiiil Do others or thoy will do you.
Johnson (hi) Shirt Mahor in at tho
cornorof Kins and Alahoa Klrvotri,
whoro liu iniikos all lands of Shirts to
ordor and k'uarantootf a fit. It don't
cost any mom to havo your HhirlH
Hindu to ordur than yon pay for your
old storo and factory inado goods.
Now pluano hour this in mind and
Kivo UK a call. Satisfaction guaran
Cor. King aud Alakoa SIh.
Muffs taken in Payment
The Daily liulletin is Mhtred by
carriers for CO cunts per month,
Mnles, Horses, Carriage,
To bo sold at Public Auction, at mv nlnco
at LITTLE BRITAIN, Honolulu,
if not before sold,
On Monday, February 6, 1893,
AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M VIZ.:
40 California Mules,
4 and 5
In Lots of 10 Eaeh;
40 Leather Head Halters !
4 Saddle Horses,
And as Good as New
1 2-Soated Family Carriage,
With Pole, Shafts, and Neck-Yoke,
1 Pino Set Doable Harness for same
JtUP" The above Property can all be seen
at ray place during one week before sale,
and Stock must bo removed from mv Pad
dock on day of salo. TKKMS CASH.
J. N. "WRIGHT,
52-5tw P. 0. BOX 452.
For Gentlemen :
For Boys :
For Ladies :
A Full Line of
Etc., Etc., Etc
3sl. s. UHmr
75 FORT STREET.
OF A WRIT OF EXLOl'-
tion issued out of tho Supreme Court,
on the irtli ilny ol Jjcccmuer, a. v. 16U.',
against A. F. Gonsalves, defendant, in
favor of J. C. Quintal, plnlntitr, for the iim
of $330.150, 1 have levied upon and shall ex-
oso for salo at tho Police Station, in the
Mstrict of Honolulu. Island of Oahu, at 12
o'clock of WEDNESDAY, tho 25th day of
January, A. D. lt93, to tho highest bidder,
all tho riiht. title and interest of tho said
A. F. Gonsnlvos, defendant, in and to the
following property, unless said judgment,
interest, costs and my expenses bo pre
List of property for sale:
All of the right, title and interest of A.
F. Gonsalves in certain house-lots together
with the buildings thereon, situate on tho
west side of Punchbowl street, in Hono
lulu, adjoining tho Royal School premises,
being premises covered by Apanailof It.
P. 002, L. C. A. 2285, to Kuaumouo Kiiiuo
hni, and duly convoyed to said A. F. Gon
salves, excepting therefrom a lot contain
ing .07 ol an aero on me norineriy corner
heretofore duhiconveved to Manuel Cor
rcia, subject to a mortgage of $1300 to the
Portuguese Benevolent Society, dated
March 18, 1802, recorded in Liber 131, page
CHAS. D. WILSON,
Honolulu !), 27. 1R'2. ill" 4t
A Small Lot of the Noted
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut
Just Received from Samoa,
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF COCOANUTS.
W These Nuts are carefully selected
for planting aud are just beginning to
sprout. A photograph of the Dwarf Cocoa
nut may be seen at the store of
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
CHAS. T. G-ULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahn.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to I.a
Agent to grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of I'itt fc
Bcott's Freight aod I'orcol Express.
Agent for the Uurllngton Itoutu.
HEAL ESTATE BltOKEIt
and GKNEKAL AGENT.
1. O. Hox -tiri
3 Aferehnnt st.
Honolulu. H. I.
HTJSTAOE & CO.,
DEALEUS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at tho Very Iiwest
Bell 414 TELEPHONE - Mutual 414
A HIIU'MKNT OK
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
- I'OH KALK 11Y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
The Markets of San Fiancisco
ARE BROUGHT TO YOUR DOORS
n MEANS OF TIIK
Which Is Operated Directly by the
Greatest I Newspapers
THE SAN FRANCISCO
We Are Constantly Making Purchases
Do Ton Need Something from
Write To Us About It 1
Wc can wivo you money j our buyers have
secured huiulreils "of sicciaI"con-
trnets which enables us
Watches, Jewelry, Silverware,
Musical Instruments, Furnlturo,
Clotlihi)!, Dress Goods,
And Thousands of Other Articles
At prices which will astonish you.
A LETTER WILL DO IT ALL
Sf Write us for quotations on any
thing that you may need.
You Can See tho Advantages of Parcaas
ing Through Usl
We aro buying for our customers at
wholesale and you reap tho benefit.
9-Address all communications
EXAMIHER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - - - D. S. A.
Tho undersigned having been apiointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Foil TIIK 1'KI.KIIItVTKIl
FROM THE WORKS OF
Burham, "Williams & Co.,
Aro now prepared to give Estimates and
receive Orders for theso Engines,
of any size and stylo.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW MANtTi'ACTUIlING A
STYLK OK LOOOMOTIVB
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which havo recently been
received at these Islands, aud we will have
iik'iiiure in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes Is known not only
hero but is acknowledged throughout tho
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
It can be proved
01' any paper
MIK WEEKLY mil.MiTJN-iM (JUL
mum ul InturcKtlni! Headline Matter.
V lilaud,fl; umlled to lore Inn countries, 45.
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
Benson, Smith & Co,
Perfumes ! Perfumes !
Colognes ! Colognes !
Hinano, Lei Aloha.
Toilet "W"texs I
Eto., H3to., Etc.
IB. IF1. EHLEHS Sz (DO.
89 PORT STREET,
Attractions in Elegant liootts lor me Holidays:
EE2r" Japanese Sill; and Crepe.?, al very low prices.
IJ3T Glove and Handkerchief Boxcx, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work. Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
SjSP3 Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
Beaded Silk, Black Capes, at your own price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
W" Dressmaking Under the Management of HISS K. CLARK. JE3
QCaj yTA B So sat- H
ALL OIL3DE3S FOR.
DR. BRIMMAN'S RINGS
HOLLISTER & CO:,
109 Fort Street, - - - Hoxiolialij., H. I.
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has tiio largest Circulation on the Islands
aud is the Host Medium for
Mu. Tiios. K. Naiiiamm. will reoolwi nil
advertisements and trausaet nil business
CVOmcK: " llrenlg Hlock," corner
Nuiiauu and Queen street (upstairs).
AriUbMM.AnH 1'AMILY HATHIMI
Ittmort at Walkikl. Tniiuoant a
the gate. Hih-uIiiI arriiiigeiiiuliU can Ihj
.undo for l'ainlly l'lcnlu4 and Evening
I lluthltiB 1'iutlon. WJ-U
Win. (i. Irwin.
Theo. O. l'orter
1'resident and Manager
- - - - Vleo-I'rosldent
Beeretary and Treasurer
aoknts or THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF HAN KltAXUIfjCO, OAL.
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