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To Ilopoal An Act Entltlotl " An Act
Qranting a Franchise, to Estab-
, llsh and Maintain a Lottory " ap
proved on tho 13th day of Jan
uary, A.D. 1803.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All,
THURSDAY, JAN. 20, 1893.
Be it Enacted by the Executive and
Advisory Councils of the Provi
sional Government of the Hawaiian
Section 1. An Act entitled "An
Act Granting a Franchise to Estab
lish and Maintain a Lottory," ap
proved on thcr thirteenth da' of
January, A. D. 1893, is hereby ro
poaled. Section 2. This Act shall take
effect from tho date of its publica
tion. Approved this 25th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1893.
Sig'd SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of tho Provisional Gov
ernment of the Hawaiian Islands.
Sig'd J. A. King,
Minister of the Interior.
634 3t-5 It
Mr. O. W. Ash ford's stylo of sup
porting tho Provisional Govern
ment, 'in his capacity of editor of
tho Liberal, causes tho revolution
ary organ this morning to squeal,
"Save us from our friends."
a subsidy, promises to add anolhor
considerable Horn to tho prosperity
of th6 progressive Northwost Pacific
Tho homo rule prospect for Iro
laud is hazy. All that is claimed on
behalf of Gladstone's inonsuroyot to
bo divulged is that it will bo accept
able to tho Irish people and will
pass tho House of Commons.
Says tho Los Angelos Porcupine:
"Tho question of Hawaiian annexa
tion is again agitating tho minds of
some of tho military and naval ofli
cors. Tho great Amoricau public
doosn't worry a bit over tho matter,
Tho Bangor, Maine, News, while
affected by the English scaro about
tho Hawaiiau Islands, says, "Tho
subjects of Queen Liliuokalaui will
not bo forced or intimidated into
annexation to tho United States."
This is emphatic from a paper in
Minister St ovens' State.
"Whonovor secrecy is mnintninod
people havo a right to suspect ovil
is boing done. Sometimes it is true
secrecy is used to shield a good
action or to provont harm. But in
Government affairs which intorost
and roally bolong to tho wholo poo
pip, as little secrecy as possible
should bo observed. Of course it
may bo said that modesty or bash
fulness might provont man' a good
suggestion boing made if it had to
be made publicly, but wlion pooplo
havo of their own accord stopped
into tho full glare of "that fiorco light
which boats upon a throne," thoy
havo lost all claim to oxcuso on tho
score of bashfulness or modesty. B'
all means lot tho pooplo know what
has been done and what is intended
to bo done. Nothing will tond to
allay injurious rumors and feelings
sooner than full publicity without
any suspicions of underhand reticence.
AN UNIiAWFUL COUPLE.
Messrs. Charles SI. Couko, W. V. Allen,
H. E. Cooper and Alexander Young were
elected respeetively, in the plaees of W. 0.
AVilder, W. 11. Cattle, Lorrin A. Thur.Nton
and F. A. Wilhelin, resigned.
Tho Provisional Government as now con
stituted is as follows:
8. B. DOLE, President and Minister of
Foreign A Hairs.
J. A. KING, Minister of Interior.
P. C. JONES, Minister of Finance.
W. O. SMITH, Attorney-General.
Tho latest news from Franco 1b
not reassuring for tho stability of
tho existing s;stoni. Much norvous
noss is being displayed by tho Gov
ernment. A press consorship is ex
orcised on ' news going abroad and
while somo foreign correspondents
havo boon expelled others havo boon
admonished. Strangely, matter al
lowed publication in the Paris papers
is accounted offensive whon sent
abroad., Military forces aro being
held in equal readiness to tho firo
department to respond to an alarm.
A dictatorship is seriously discussed
to control affairs until tho people
havo had a chance to elect new
rulers. Tho Duo d'Aumalo is meu-
I tioned as a desirable man to bo made
,, " , " "I , Consul-Goneral of tho Republic, on
The oath to be taken by Govern- ncoount of his ohuraclor n8 n mili.
ment officials is simply an oath of tary horo aud a truo friond of lho
republic. An attempt just started
to connect tho name of President.
Tho Canadian Government has
backed down from its discrimination
in canal tolls against United States
vessels, which had provoked Presi
dent Harrison to recommend retali
atory regulations against Canadian
railway traffic. Canada will likely
go in for closer commercial relations
with tho United States bofore long.
Supposod by San Francisco Papors
to bo in Honolulu.
J. S. Allan, who ran away from
MontroallaBt May with Mrs. Hob
don, is said by San Francisco papors
to bo in Honolulu with tho samo
woman. Tho statement is mado in
cidentally in' tho account of lho
tragic doath of Allan's brother
Arthur, who has lately boon suffo
cated with smoke from a firo in his
rosidouco in Montreal. Thoso Allans
aro sons of tho Into Sir HtiGrh Allan.
ono of tho ownors of tho Allan lino
of stoamors. Both "Jack" Allan, as
J. S. is known, and Mrs. Hobdon loft
their lawful spouses with young
families bohinu thorn whon thoy
olopod. Tho Allan Steamship Com
pany promptly voted Allan off its
directorate. Although tho Allans
wero worth millions aud lived in
palaces, somo of tho family turned
out very foolish. Ono of Sir Hitch's
daughters, Mrs. McKonzio, olopod
with Fred. Brydges, son of a promi
nent railway man. The account goes
that J. S. Allan and Mrs. Hobdon
wont to Australia from San Fran
cisco, whore thoy called themselves
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Adams, and re
turning stopped off at Honolulu.
Tho articlo of special couvonionco
in every nousonotu anu oinco
throughout tho islands, aud tho most
accoptablo to send to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for 1893. Prico, 75
conts each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
Golden Rule Bazaar
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.'
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
F. W. McChesney,
Charles M. Cooke,
J. A. McCandlcss,
Jnnies F. Morgan,
S. M. Damon,
E. D. Tcnney,
W. F. Allen,
H. E. Cooper.
Owing to the Declaration of Martial Law,
rate payers are hereby notified that tho
time of payment Is hereby extended to
January 31, 1D3.
AH such rates remaining unpaid after
the above date will be subject to an addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minuter of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Jan. 21, lti'JS.
NOTICE TO OWNEBS OF BRANDS.
offico and in no way forfoits their
rights to any citizenship which they
now possess, nor does it bind them
to still bear allegiance to the Provi
sional Government whon in tho
course of events it becomes defunct
and a permanent government is es
tablished in its place.
A gentleman who has some ac
quaiutanco with affairs in this coun
try says it is seriously proposed to
take all control of affairs out of tho
hands of tho peoplo if wo should bo
como a part of tho Great Republic,
and that wo should bo governed, like
tho District of Columbia, by a Board
of three Commissioners. That is
what is called Anglo-Saxon liberty,
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or thoy will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bu appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oalm shall bo made at
the Interior Office.
On the other Islands it shall be done at
the OlHces of tho several ShorHIs.
G. N. WILCOX.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dee. 2, 1802. 5o9-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that tho Hours for using water for Irrigu
don purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
Mid 4 to 0 o'clock i'. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 6, lb'JX
Tho not earnings of the American
Sugar Refining Company (tho trust)
for the last fiscal year wero 8,015,
837. Competition for part of these
millions has just boon started in Now
York by the Mollenhaner Sugar Re
fining Company with a capital of
.$1,000,000. Its refinery's capacity
will bo 3000 barrels a clay, which
means a daily business of $-15,000.
Thero is something wrong some
where, when planting interests aro
in distress while refiners aro piling
up millions of profits.
Carnot with that of Wilson, tho
central figure of tho decorations
scandal that drove President Grovy
out of office, will if successful com
pel a change in the presidency.
Just Received Ex "Australia"
Some of tho subordinates of tho
present masters of tho situation
seom not to havo been satisfied to lot
well alono, but persist in trying to
rouse up feelings of animosity by
their overbearing and provoking
manner whon coining in contact with
thoso who do not precisely sympa
thise with thoir arbitrary modo of
looking at tho situation. Tho direc
tors of tho Government aro, wo are
sure, not in sympathy with such, but
endeavoring to maintain friendly re
lations with everyone.
From and after this date and until
further notice, all processes of all courts
should be entitled as follows: "In the
name of the Provisional Government of
the Hawaiian Islands."
By order of the Bupreme Court.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Aliiolani Halo, Honolulu, January -'!,
The Communder-in-Chlcf or the Oflicer
of the Day, may, in his discretion, admit
into the Government Building between tho
hours of 9 a. M. and 4 r. M., such persons
as dcslro admission for business purposes
in cases where ho is satisfied with their
business intentions. KIMw 0-lt
Mil. CECIL BKOWN has thin day been
elected a Member of the Advisory Council
vlco Mr. W. G. Ashley, resigned.
January 25, 1893. (J3l-lw 5-It
"In buying a cough medicine for
children, sayB H. A. Walkor, a pro
minent druggist of Ogduu, Utah,
"never bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
euro to follow. I particularly re
commend Chamberlain's becausu 1
havo found it to bu safu and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." 50
cent bottles for salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
A now inquisition seems to havo
been started horo. Before a citizen
can, ovon on business, enter tho Gov
ernment building (which is tho com
mon property of the nation) ho must
satisfy tho Commander-in-Chief or
tho Oilicor of tho Day of his busi
ness intentions and ovon then, ac
cording to tho terms of this morn
ing's notice, it is discretionary with
those officers whether to admit him
or not. This is a stop backward in
tho direction of military despotism
from tho order which originally al
lowed every citizen having business
to proceed and transact his business
at the Government Building.
AMERICA AND THE VATICAN.
The presence of Monsignor Satolli,
papal delegate, in tho United States,
has caused a commotion in Catholic
circles. His radical decisions havo
oxcited much opposition, and his
plenary authority has ovon been
questioned. This question has, how
ever, been finally sot at rest by tho
intimation from Rome that Mcr.
Satolli's decrees aro fully authorized
by tho Popo. Ono of his most im
portant rulings is in regard to tho
school question. Ho allows Catho
lics full liberty to attend tho public
schools, whorevor efficient parochial
schools cannot bo maintained bj the
church. Any dauger of perversion
of tho children's faith is to bo mot
by precautionary measures in tho
provision of religious instruction
outsjdo of tho schools. Anothor de
cision of tho papal delegate is ono
removing tho ban under which Fa-
her McGlynn was placed by Arch
bishop Corrigan for venturing to
proclaim liberal social views. Tho
latest is that tho delegate is not only
uphold at Rome but his office is
made permanent. In tho midst of
tho somewhat excited discussions
caused by tho delegate's mission and
mandates there comes a rather start
ling story, alleged to havo boon fur
nished by tho British Ministor at
Rome to his Government. Tho
cablegram gives it in these words:
Tho Vatican is greatly disturbed
ovor affairs in tho United States.
Archbishop Vauglian has boon com
municated with, it is alleged, to tho
effect that vorj1 groat peril menaces
tho interests of tho Popo in the
United States. As far as can bo as
certained a plot has boon discovered
having as itn basia the separation of
tho church in America from the mo
ther church of Rome and tho crea
tion of an independent body with a
head selected by American bishops.
Tho idea seems to bo tho croation of
a body .similar in somo respects to
tho Greek Church of Russia. Dr.
Vaughun declines to discuss tho
matter, but it is known that ho has
givon certain counsel lending to
counteract tho alleged conspiracy to
create an American Popo for America.
Lawn Tennis Backets, $3.50 to $(!.
" " yets, full court.
" " Poles.
Tops, 5c. to 10c.
Croquet Sets, $1.50 to 812.
Baie Balls, 10c. to SIM)'.
Base Ball Bats, 10c. to 00c.
Masks, 81 to $4
Catcher's Gloves, 50c. to $7.50.
A LAKGE ASSORTMENT OF
Children's Picture Books
Pocket Knives & Scissors,
FUM, AND COMPLETE LINK OF
1 1 1 1 I I Cil i
Full Bound Blank Books
At San Francisco Prices,
Blank Boobs & Ofiice Supplies
ATOTICE IS HERE1JY
J.X given thattho follow-
Tacoma is going to bo a strong
competitor with San Francisco for
tho Oriental trade. Tho Northom
Pacific Steamship Company has
chartered tho steamers Alaska aud
Arizona of tho Guiou lino, to bo
placed on tho Pugot Sound and
Oriental route. Tho Tacoma Daily
News of January lltli reports tho
organization of the Pacific Commer
cial Company with headquarters in
that city, for carrying on trade be
tween tho chief cities of tho Orient
and thoso of Pugot Sound. It is
claimed that, goods of the far East
can bo placed in the market in that
section at a cheaper figure than
thoy can bo laid down in San Fran
cisco. The Pugot Sound aud Ha
waiian Traflio Company, for which
Hawaiian Hotel Register.
Tho following late arrivals by tho
S. S, Australia aro registered at tho
W. T. Zumbluth, Captain Win.
Mntsou, S. V.; Geo. D. Loud, Bos
ton, Mass.; II. B. llutchings, N. Y.;
Geo, B. Burger, Denver, U. S. A.; F.
M. Dougherty, Mrs. C. Fairchild, E.
C. Sugg, Texas; G. II. Rico, Salt
Lake; ). B. Stewart, Fred Stewart,
Tacoma; V. R. Thompson, Roso
Emmett, Oregon; Win. B, Doll, S.
F.; Mr. and Mrs. F. Horkor, Master
Heritor. Detroit; Miss M. 1. Potter.
For pains in tho chest t horo is
nothing bettor than a llauuel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on ovor tho seat of
pain. It will produce a counter irri
tation without blistering, ami is not
so disugiconhlo as mustard; in fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its paiu.reliuviiig qualities.
If used in time it will provont pneu
monia, f() cunt bottles for salo by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
the Hawaiian Legislature has voted ' Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
ing described Antrim will
be Hold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Feb. 1.
ih!M, at 12 o'ciock noon, at the Government
Pound at Makiki:
1 Dark Marc with white streak on fnrp
head, all logs shod, branded "JR 3xVP"
on right hind lej.
1 Hay Maro with white streak on fore
head, all legs shod, branded "DA" on
right hind leg, also undcicribablc brand
on left hind leg.
DB- Owners of the above Animals must
Mnil ill their claims within 12 days, otber-
wii-e incy win oo som on tne date anovo
named. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1S!. 3l-2t
Saturday, Jan. SI, 1898.
In November, 1891, reports
went abroad that Hawaii was
on the verge of a revolution.
Every month since then, and
probably a good many times
before, just such rumors have
been sent away and have
created a great deal of anxiety
in the commercial circles in the
United States. The idea,
there, is, that revolutions mean
a general flattening out ol
business, and a probable fail
ure on the part of merchants
in the rebellious community to
liquidate their bills; that one
half the population carries
guns and the other half wel
ters in red, red gore. The
arrival in San Francisco of the
Commission sent out by the
present government will go
far toward dispelling any fears
or false ideas which the people
may have regarding the situa
tion here. Through it, our
friends across the sea will
learn of the peaceful and sub
missive character of the Ha
waiian and the gentlemanly
bearing of the white popula
tion who deemed a change ol
Our cousins in the United
States cannot refuse to open
the door to Hawaii on tht
score of our being Anarchists,
Dynamiters and general bad
Seldom in history do you
find where governments, Mon
archal governments, are over
thrown even ' temporarily with
out loss of life. Future histo
rians will record this case as
one of them. Seldom in his
tory do you find that when a
government is overthrown the
people calmly submit 'to the
inevitable. More danger fol
lows the downfall of a ward
political faction in New York
than the establishing of a Pro
visional government in these
Islands; the Hawaiians are, at
least, civilized and intelligent.
Speaking of intelligence.
Have you, on your list of ac
quaintances, the name of a
person so lacking in ability to
distinguish between right and
wrong, good and bad, that he
cannot see more points of
superiority in a Hendry
Breaker than any other plow.
If you have, write him down an
Oummlns' Bloolt, Fort Street,
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I. k D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THRKK HAWAIIAN BRED
Mules. Can be s-een at work
between the KaiiiehamebaBuhools
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;3-sgcyff naiyia-iv;ggr7rcag?s"cwge. r tww.n,-i
.a.ijIi o:rd:e:r,s for
SHOITM) Ri: ADDRESSED TO
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - KCoixolxilu., IS.. I.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly "Reduced Prices FOR CASH !
AH Prices larked in Plain Figures !
mil the Masonic ieniile any day.
IS. Ji. TUUilAH.
HOUSE ON K1XAU,
near I'ensaeola street.
(107-tf Hawaiian Hardwaro Co.'shtoro.
THE RROIItAR MEETING OE THE
l'nuillu Hardware Co., (h'd), will bu
held nt their olllee, on TUESDAY, Jan.
HI, !!, at 10 o'olouk A. m.
.TAB. O. SPENCER,
Honolulu, .Ian. 21, 180:i. (US-flt
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
JL German licnuvolcut Society will be
lielil at the otlieu of 11, llackfcld r('o., on
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, Jan. 27, 1,
at 2 o'clock.
LAWN MOWEltB TO LET BY THE
day, week or month Repairing,
Cloaniiigaiul Bharpenlii,' ilono; Duplicate
Pieces furniilie.il whon required. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repalrlut;
Garden HumiIii fact, can do anything
necessary around the housu or htablu.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 102.
68l-tf 'N. V. BURGESS.
OHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island ol' Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
bor Contracts. '
Agent to grunt Marriage License, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt it
Scott's Freight ami Parcel Express,
Agent for the Burlington Route.
REAL ESTATE IIROKER
ami GENERAL AGENT.
SH Morcliunt Bt. . . Honolulu, II, I,
and one who needs assistance.
The past week has been
busier with us than the corre
sponding week during the two
urecedinc years. And we
haven't confined our sales to
cartridges either. Just plain
every-day business which, had
it not been for the revolution
delaying the steamers on Tues
day, we could not have gotten
through with in time for ship
ping. Our men are of the
"stuff that would rather wear
out than rust out; but there's
a limit to every man's physi
cal endurance and with our
packers it was reached the
early part of the week. There
is one thing about us that is
limitless: our goods and our
energy. Perhaps you've no
ticed it just as you have that
the quality of the goods is a
little bit better than our con
temporaries'. People will drink water no
matter under what form of
government they live, borne
think it tastes sweeter when
drank from a cocoanut shell,
but we voice the sentiment of
the people when we say that
our new engraved glasses are
the proper thing. The pat
tern is new here and the sizes
from "just a tumbler full" up
to a "schooner."
How does an engraved
tumbler at 1.50 per dozen
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Opposite ripri'ckds' Block,
ISoSp The opportunity is now offered to obtain Clothing
to Order perfect fit guaranteed and made of High Grade
Goods at Lower Prices than has ever been offered in tbia
zb ib e:b::lj:es:r,s sz oo.
88 FORT STKEJEIT.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
Japanese Silk and Crepes, at very low prices.
'3?" Glove and J land kerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
W Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
K3F Beaded Silk, Black Capes, at your own price.
S3P Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
53T Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. gi
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomiia,"
Has the Largest Circulation on the Islands
and is the Best Medium for
Mil. Tikis, K. N.tiiami:i. will m-ulvuull
advoi'tihciucuU anil train-act all business
Oifkk: ' llrenlL' Block." corner
Nuuunii and Quccu street (upstairs),
Cun lie found, as usual, at his rcsldeneo,
AlaUea stieet, next to British Club, or by
nue-ugo at 0. E. Williams store, Fort
ISSr- All work euuranteeil and visited a
t-ecouil time. I'romnt attention to all
onlers. Tuned tho I'lauo for eoneert of
Milsiu, the eclebrated violinist. WJ-lin
AKIIIHT.t'l.AKH 1'A.MILY BATJIlNO. ,
Itenort lit WallilKI. Tranieiirs pass ,
tho Mule, Special iiriuiiguiiiiuitM cm bo
inndo for I'uinlly I'leiilw uud Kvmilnu
Butlilni; 1'artluN. toi-tf
For Loeul Nvym