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Tho following appointments of Clerks In
the Judiciary Dopartment have boon
lit. Henry Smith, Clerk of the Judi
Messrs. F. V. Wuiulonbcrg and George
Lucas, Deputy Clerks of the Judlclurx
Department for the Hrst Circuit.
Mr. Goodalc Armstrong, Deputy Clerk
of tho Judiciary Dopurtnient for the Stc
Mr. Daniel Porter, Deputy Clerk of tin
Judiciary Dopartment for tnu Third tin. -Fourth
Mr. It. W. T. Purvis, Deputy Clerk .
the Judiciary Department lor tnu i-i.i.
The Clerk of the Judiciary tAp.i. ..
is clerk ex oyicio oi aii tnu courts ....
nnd tho Deputy Clerks for tn, t i .
cult aro also OlerKs 61 tue oupium.- '
Alllolaui Hale, Honolulu, Jun. In, 1'
In accordance with Section 1 of Chaptei
XXVI. of the Laws of lttbti, all person?
holding Water Privileges or those paying
Water Kates, uro heroby notilied thnt thu
Water Hates for the term ending June oO,
1893, will bo duo and payable at the Olllct
of the Honolulu Water Works on the 1st
day of January, 1M)J.
All such rates remaining unpaid foi
fifteen days after they are due will be sub
ject to an additional 10 percent.
Kates are payable at tho Ulllce of tin
Water Works in the Kapuaiwa Building.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I.. Dee. 21, lsUJ.
Holders of Water Privileges, or tliOM
paying Water Kates, are hereby notitiei
that the Hours for using water for lrrign
don purposes are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m.
ind 4 to U o'clock v. m., until further uotici
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Q. If. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jun. r, 18!)3.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDt.
All Brands must, by law, be re-regi
tered prior to July 1, l&')i, or tboy will In
forfeited, and can thereafter be appu
priated by any one.
Kegistration on Oaliu ;hall be muilo .
the Interior Olllee.
On the other I.-land.-. it shall be iloiu
the Ulllces of the -i-veiul .-lierill'-.
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M. H. KEUTKH, i: ., h- 'lii ' ti;
appuinted utai Ai.j i . i
JOHN 1 Ool.l.LK.,
Miuislci'ol thu Interim,
Interior Office, Jan. lti, lt!)J.
THE DAILY BDlLBu
Pledged to neither Sect nor I'aitij,
But Established for the Benefit n,
THURSDAY, JAN. 19, lS'JS.
We learn, and further we believe.
from President Dole of the Provi:
ional Government, that there was
no promise made by any authorized
porson, of the present Government
to forward any Hawaiian Commis
sioner to Washington. This state
ment is made now on account of the
publication in the Bulletin last
evening that such promise had been
made, and tho correction is made as
heartily and as pleasantly as was the
mooting of tho moinbors of tho Exe
cutive Council with tho Bulletin
The Advortisor says this morning
that, tho situation is the res nil
of "tho courso followed by tho Ha
waiian members of the Legislature
and of tho Quoon." This hardly ac
cords with tho statements made at
tho mass mooting. Nothing was
then .said of tho Hawaiian moinbors
of tho Legislature. It was all laid
on Hor Majesty's shoulders. Does
this indicato that a fuller knowledge
of matters has como to onr contem
porary than had reached tho com
mitteo who ran that business or is it
a more slip?
All is peaceable and quiot and we
urge on all good citizens to usoovory
effort to koop it so, as tho present
Government is for all of us tho gov
ernment de. facto and should be
oboyed, aud not disturbed or crossed
in any way. Timo enough for dis
cussion when wo roturu to tho ordi
nary oporation of law. Tho appeal
has gone forward to tho United
States Government at Washington
nnd now every ono rests iu patience
for tho answer. What that will bo
wo do not predict in advance, but
we can say that it will bo well nortliy
tho reputation for wisdom, justice,
and moderation, which tho United
States, still our friend, has so worthi
ly won all ovor tho world,
Tlio Bulletu reporters provo thnt
thoy have an oyo on surroundings in
gouoral and when thoy find any
thing out of tho usual courso thoy
mako it thoir business to loam tho
causo why. For instauco tho "Star
Spangled Banner" which so proudly
Uoats ovor tho U. S. Consulate hoad
quartors was missing from its lofty
position at 9:110 o'clock this morn
ing. Thon came a multitude of
mental questions, for why? Had
thoro been a now rupture of. any
kind? Had thoro been any diplo
matic quarrel? Had well, mental
questioning made confusion worso
.on founded. Delay was had until
learly noon when tho information
was convoyed to tho Consulate by a
bravo envoy from the Bulletin office,
received thanks, and tho satisfactory
information that, tho Portuguese
boy, detailed for tho duty, had for
gotten to hoist it, and its absence
.l.i.l not boon missed for nearly
1 .in.nl law is still in force. Why
i liniild be so now wo fail to see.
I ;i -iiiip'o order wore issued to all
oacoable citizens to remain at home
after nightfall as much as possible,
and that if thoy wont out thoj would
have to explain thoir business to
artnod patrolmon who would not
permit thorn to pass unless tho same
was urgent, and that no porson hav
ing legitimate business, after dark,
would bo unduly interfered with, the
situation would bo much more agree
able, and loss productive of undue
friction than at present. Most peo
ple do not like either to bo obliged
to show a pass or to have to got one
o attend to their legitimate, or
.leeessary, business. It is true that,
as far as Commander Sopor and his
Joputios aro concerned, no obstacles
.iro thrown in tho way now to the
obtaining of tho necessary papers by
those entitled to them, but it is
somowhat of a farce, all tho same, as
wo will show.
That which has so far conduced
.noro than aught olso to show that
the authorities themselves regard
the existing martial law in tho light
of a comedy rather than a drama
was the permission given to patrol
tho streets, last evening, to young
sters, whoso childish features, curl
ing ringlets and lisping lips carried
conviction that thoro was no dan
ger to bo feared. Thon why mar
tial law? And if dangor why
why were those children, of almost
tondor j'ears, permitted to face it.
Danger, or no danger, why put those
schoolboys in such opportunity for
.laiigi'r? Giving them tho right may-
i ip, backi-d up with tho power of
. i Provisional Government ami
i '-anus to question, and maybe
et, thoir own father? If martial
,.p-v. ie- a Uj conducted pro
iii n .urols having at loa-a
i"iodut I lie age of discretion. The
BaLLETiN most decidedly protests
against oven tho bare possibility of
giving tho opportunity to have, may
be iu tho near future, some loving
nother mourn the injury to her
oved boy either in health, or morals
by tho forced (?) association with
d iiiKer and with orimo.
:Vom Various Sources
Some of the stories about Jay
Jould read like lies.
Mr. Gould was consistent up to
the hour of his death.
Phil Armour has given 1,500,000
to tho city of Chicago for an insti
tute. Phil's no Jaj'.
Gould never showed any regard
for public opinion in his life, and ho
maintained the same defiant attitude
in his death.
Jav Gould's will shows that ho
has done nothing for charity. The
criticisms upon him show that mat
ters aro evened up bj" charity doing
nothing for him.
Lot it be recorded to Jay Gould's
credit that lie never assumed a coat-jf-arms
or aped the manners of for
eign aristocracy. With all his faults
ao was an American of Americans.
St. John, tho apostlo of Prohibi
tion, rushes to tho defense of Jay
Gould against chnrgos of lack of
philanthrop' by declaring that tho
multimillionaire gave $5000 in 1880
to relieve suffering Western Kansans.
0ramp3' Shipbuilding Yard.
An Easlorn paper givos tho- total
amount of work now under wa at
Cramps' shipyard for tho Govern
ment. Without tho Brooklyn and
tho Iowa thoir contracts with tho
Navy Department amount to 11,
800,000. With these two vessels
added tiio immense total of $20,(it)(,
000 for this ono yard is reached au
amount that no one ship-building
concern iu any country or at any
tiin6 ever approached boforo. But,
additional to those contracts, t ho
Cramps hnvo othors on hand, which,
whilo not purely Government work,
is practically so, as, without tho ex
istence of the Government postal
subsidy bill this work would never
have been attempted in this coun
try. The Cramps aro building for
tho Inmau lino of steamships two
ocean steamers of 'MM tons displace
ment, 500 feet long, of twenty knots
spued; two (SOO feet long, of 12,000
tons disp.nuomont and twenty-two
iiuots speed, and one 700 feet Jong,
of a spood of twenty-live knots aud
Horse power oi ;itj,tiM, Altogether
thu Cramps have not lohs than .),-
000,000 worth of work contracted
A TEMPERANCE MAN.
Ho Relates How Ho Onco Got Drunk
"Evor got drunk on watorl" askod
Tim Camoboll. as ho stood in tho St.
.Tamos annex and watched tho bar
keeper mix a cocktail of extra vital
ity. "You never did? Well, there's
whoro I hnvo tho advantago of you.
Tho drunkest drunk 1 ever experi
enced was tho result of drinking
water. 1 was skylarking around
down among tho Siorra Madro
Mountains, lookiutr for a lonulost
Spanish mine and making an all
round fool of myself for tho bolioof
of half a dozen Mexican mozos, whon
1 discovered a little spring bubbling
out tho sido of a mountain. Tho
rivulet was no thickor than your
littlo fingor, but ono of tho Mexi
cans cautioned mo not to drink it.
Ho said it was 'dovil water' and
would mako my head swim and causo
my logs to grow wonk. I questioned
him closely and learned that tho of-
fects produced by tho wator wcro
very similar to those rosulting from
tho absorption of too much bourbon,
lie said that the Indians drank it
for kidney troubles. I thought if
it would do no worso than make mo
drunk I would tackle it, aud I did.
It tasted like a very poor quality of
gin diluted with soapsuds, but was
so.cold that, heated as I was, I could
not lot it alono. I supposo that I
must have drank nearly a pint of
tho stuff duriug tho hour wo lingered
in tho vicinity. 1 soon began to fool
tho ollects of it. a irst 1 required
one mozo to hold mo on my burro,
then two found it a difficult job.
Wo wont into camp, and I pledge
you my word that for two days and
nights I was tho drunkest man on
tho North American continent. No,
sir, 1 didn't take anything on tho
side. Fill 'om up again, please. No
water, thank you. rm a tomporauco
man. llyo is plenty strong enough
for me." iVf. Louis Globe-Democrat.
For pains iu tho chest thoro is
nothing hotter than a llannol cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on ovor tho scat of
pain. It will produce a counter irri
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its pain-relieving qualities.
If used in time it will prevent pneu
monia. 50 cent bottles for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
It is said that New York city is
going to spend the S700.000 inheri
tance tax she gets from' Jay Gould's
estate in erecting a magnificient
monument to porpetuate his vast
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for HO rentx per month.
By Lewis J. Levoy.
Household -:- Furniture
I am instructed l,y Mb. PHKD. 8CHI.KS
SINfiBIt, on account of departure, to ,ell
at auction, at his roiideuco, Beretania
-treot, comer of l'iikoi street,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 26,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. Jt..
the whole of hU Household Furniture and
Kll'eetN, consisting of
Large Center and Small Rugs,
Two very handsome Mantel Top Mirrors,
Upholstered lied Lounge, One line
Parlor Furniture Upholstered in Plush,
Itosewood Center Table.
Elegant Ktagcre, Lace Curtains and
Poles, BW Clicilbnier,
In Excellent Condition,
By Bkii.m.nu ,t Keix, New York;
Dressing Mirror, Vases, China and Dres
den ornaments, Handsome lsuony
Screen, Music Stand,
Bronze 8-day Clock & Ornaments,
BV lint Stand. Chandeliers and Lamps,
Two BW Bedroom Sets, Automatic
Sewing Machine, One Ash Bedroom
Set. Spring t Hair Mattresses,
Mosiptito Nets, Pictures, Rattan Bahy
Crib, Bahy Carriuge,
B. "W". "Wardrobe
Crockery, Olass and Plated Ware, Matting,
Meat Safe, Refrigerator, Veranda Chairs
and Lounge, Ferns,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
Patent Kitchen Table, Oarden Tools,
Step Ladder, Ac., Ac.
Special attention is called to the excel
lence of the abovo Furniture. The house
will he opened for inspection on Tuesday,
21th January, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
Le-wls J. Levey,
C. BREWER & GO.
J. O. Carter President and Manager
U.H. Robertson Treasurer
E. V. Bishop Becrotary
Hon. 0. It. Bishop l
HUSTACE & CO.,
"WOOD and COAL.
Wliite and Black Sand
! W,,,ch wu wft Lil' itaus Ury ,'WCst
I Bell 414 TELEPHONE MuluiUH
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,L'fl
Saturday, Jan. J4 1898.
The happenings at the big
house during the past six
months (by happenings we
mean the many changes made
in the Ministers), reminds us of
the two men who were wad
ing the Santee River. There
is a swamp six miles wide, on
each side of it, and when the
men had got about halfway
through one said to the other,
"Bill, I'm blowed if I don't be
lieve we've struck this ere
river lengthways." If there
happens to be a tourist in the
city who found the climate and
his surroundings sufficiently
agreeable .o keep him here
from start to finish of the Leg
islature, he will feel, as did the
individual mentioned above,
that he struck Cabinet form
It's about the same with our
stock of goods, no matter
which way you take it you feel
that you've struck it the long
way it's the biggest in town
and from it the mercantile
business in the other islands
is supplied. And we violate
no confidence when we assert
that about four-fifths of the
individual consumers in Hono
lulu get their supplies for the
house from this same source.
Last week we said a word
or two about plantation sup
plies and mentioned, incident
ally, plows. We are fond of
making statements and doubly
so when we are able to verify
them the next week. Here is
an instance. The person who
doesn't want to hear should
put on ear muffs:
"We are so well pleased
with your 14-inch Hendry
Breaker that we are by this
mail ordering, through our
agents, two more, one 14 inch
and one 16 inch. The piece
of ground we are using this
one on is full of stone and
soon uses our other plows up,
but yours stands the rough
work well and turns the sod
when the others only "root."
Signed: "H. Lidgate,
"Manager Hamakua Plan'tn.
"January 8, 1893."
We've told stories of this
character so often during the
past year, that it is getting to
be as much of an old friend as
the tale at the head of this
column, but they have an
amazin' influence on the plow
trade. Nine people out of
ten will accept the assurance
of a person using an article
rather than listen to the man
who is selling the goods.
Realizing this to be a fact we
buy good things and rely upon
their good service to adver
tise for us, as in the case of
the Aermotor and sundry
other specialties which we
have put before the public.
The result is that the people
from Niihau to Hawaii sing
the praises for us.
We have a corner on the
best brands of Manila rope.
We sell it lower than any
other good rope can be sold
in Honolulu. Private families
have little use for it, but plan
tations and vessels do. We
can supply them from the
smallest size up to 9-inch.
The French rat traps and
bar glassware arrived to-day.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Opposite Bprcckels' Blook,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles I Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
ttT- AT 0A8H PIUOKS -(Rl
CtF Dllllcult oases carefully tested by
tho Patent Dlopric Eyemetor.
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
Croquet Sets from $1.50 Up.
Bruco & A. J. Cart-wright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
HAT PLEASANT SUU-
urban Cottage on Miu-
ann street, adjoining the
residonce of lr. Thomas
Sorenson, nicely appointed and with agree
able surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of tho City. Terms $18 per month.
THAT VEItY DES1 li
able Residence at pre
sent occupied by James
Love as a homestead, situ
ate on King wtreet opposite the residence
of Dr. Q. P. Andrews. House contains
Large Parlor, Dining-room, 3 Largo IJed
roonis, Kitchen, etc. ltoomy Stables and
servant's luarter.s in rear; only 10 min
utes' walk to tho Post Oiliee. Possession
given iu March, 1M11. .V.W-tf
rpiIAT COMMODIOUS 4ji---,
1 and Well-appointed Svr-C.
Two-stow Uiiek Jtuililin iii;Ts5i,
with Pleasant Urounds, Jkfa-QI&jg.g.
formerly the ro-idence of the late H. J.
Halt, situate on Nmiami Avenuo below
School stieet. Tonus easy. (i'23-tf
NOTE Before seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult tho under
signed at their oilier.
iy-Vo keep property in first-class con
dition. Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wu will always bo found reason
able In our dealings.
0F Apply in each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Iiuilding," Merchant street.
To Let or Loaso.
A NICELY FUKXISH
ed House near town.
EiKiuiro atI)i:i,i.KTi.N Ollico.
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin OHlce. 353-tf
HOUSE ON KINAU,
near Pcnsacola street.
JS. it. iiW.MIKV,
007-tf Hawaiian Hurdware Co.'s store.
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent N . 0.. etc. Commands
ono of the llnest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
A NICE COTTAGE ON
Ueretania street, near
l'iikoi streot, containing
Parlor, '1 Bedrooms. Bath
room, Diningroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
nervanrs room, uarnage House, rjtamo. etc.
iramcais pass every 'm minutes. Apply at
ollico of this paper.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
King Street, lutely oc
cupied by Mrs. Fleming,
eoutalnim: Two Bodrooins.
Parlor, Diniugrhom, kitchen aud Bath
room; also Stables, Carriage Utilise and
Servants' Quarters; reasonable rent. Ap
ply to .1. 1 BOWLKH.
tt p k. i a- h: t
Baxter Engine & Boiler !
l.N GOOD WOUKING OIlDUlt.
Por partluulurs or terms apply to
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
avwxmains' Bloolt, Iort Street,
M. & P. Wrought Steel Ranges !
SELLING OFF !.
CoiiHieiicini January 3, 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH!
All Prices Marked in Plain Figures !
HCSt The opportunity is now offered to obtain Clothing
to Order perfect 111 guaranteed and made of High Grade
Goods at Lower Prices than has ever been offered in this
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JLLjI 05?,DH1IS for
DR. BRIDGMAFS RINGS
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
39 FORT STRBBT.
Attractions iu Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
E" Japanese Silk and Crepes, at very low prices.
Gltivc and Handkerchief
Work Jioxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all
ESP Jjadics' and Missed Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
ESP Beaded Silk, Black Capct, at yuui own. price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in yrtat variety.
E2T Dressniaklng Undor llio Mauaflement of HISS K. CLARK. SJ
TUE HAWAII HOLOMUA
DAILY AND WEEKLY
a m: TIIK
Leading Journals in tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the Uirgest Circulation on tho Islands
ami is tho Bent -Medium for
Jin. Tuns. K. X.viiiami:i. will rci'elroiill
advurtUemelits and traiiMiet nil business
CVOrTifi;: " Bieuig Block," comer i
Niiiianu and Queen stirol (inmlaiis), i
APIItBT.CLAKH PAMILY BATHING
IteMirt at WnlklM. Trniurni'K pan
the K''e Kpecial iiriungoimmtk cum he
made fur Family Picnic ami Kvuiilug
Buthlng Parties. . tbo-tf
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KonolvLlu., EC. r.
Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
sold reyardless of cost.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
in. (i. Irwin, - President and Manager
Uutis hiueekels, - - - - Vice-President
. .M. Gilluril, becretury und Treasurer
'1 heo. (), 1'orter Auditor
AOEKTS OF TUB
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK BAN l'MlANOltJCO, PAL.
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