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To Itoponl An Act Entitlod " An Act
Granting a Franchise to Estab
lish and Maintain a Lottery" ap
provod on tho 13th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1803.
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 Lottery," ap
proved on tho thirteenth day of
January, A. D. 1893, is hereby ro
poalod. Section 2. This Act shall talto
offoct from the date of its publica
tion. Approved this 25th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1893.
Sig'd SANFORD B. DOLE,
President of the Provisional Gov
ernment of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Sig'd J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
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Messrs. Chariot" M. Cooko, W. F. Allen,
H. E. Cooper and Alexander Young were
elected respectively, in tho places of W. C.
Wilder, W. K. Castle, Lorrin A. Thurston
and F. A. Wilheliu, resigned.
The Provisional Government as now con
stituted is as follows:
S. B. DOLE, President and Minister of
J. A. KING, Minister of Interior.
P. C. JONES, Minister of Finance.
W. 0. SMITH, Attorney-General.
F. W. McChesney,
Charles M. Cooko,
J. A. McCandless,
James F. Morgan,
S. M. Damon,
E. D. Tenney,
W. F. Allen,
H. E. Cooper.
Owing to tho Declaration of Martial Law,
rate payers are hereby notified that the
time of payment is hereby extended to
January 31, 1893.
All such rates remaining unpaid after
the above date will be subject to an addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN C. AVHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. King,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, 1893.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-rcgis-tored
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter be appro
priated by any one.
Begistration on Oulm shall be made at
the Interior Oflice.
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. 5S9-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using wator for Irriga
tion purposes are" from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 4 to 6 o'clock p. M., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 5, 1893.
From and after this date and until
farther notice, all processes of all courts
should bo entitled as follows: "In tho
name of the Provisional Government of
the Hawaiian Islands."
By order of the Supreme Court.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, January 23,
The Communder-ln-Ohief or the Olllccr
of the Day, may, in his discretion, admit
Into the Government Building between the
hours of 0 a. m. and 4 i m., such persons
as deslro admission for bnHiness purposes
in cases where he is satisfied with their
business intentions. 63 1-1 w 5-lt
MR. CECIL BKOWK has this day been
elected a Member of the Advisory Council
vice Mr. W. G. Ashley, resigned.
January 25, 1803. C3l-lw 5-lt
"In buying a cough modicino for
children," Bays H. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdon, Utah,
"novor bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, Thoro is no
danger from it and relief is always
Buro to follow. I particularly ro
commond Chamberlain's bocauso I
havo found it to bo safo and reliable.
It is intonded especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." DO
cent bottles for sale by all doalora.
Benaon, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
THE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Bene fit of All.
FRIDAY, JAN. 27, 1893.
A decision of interest to sailors
has boon rendered by J ml go Nolson
in tho Uuitod States District Court
at Boston. Ho passed upon tho
troaty of Juno, 1892, made botwoon
tho United States and Groat Britain,
and hold that under tho troaty con
suls aro not given power to hear and
finally determine difToronoos botwoon
a master and a seaman.
Tho martial law is greatly appre
ciated at tho Police Station. One
arrest in three days owing to tho
oarly closing of tho saloons makes
tho superior officers think thoro
won't bo any use for their jobs if it
is kept up. But thoy forgot tho
numerous somi-oflicial tomporary ar
rests mndo at night for tho broaches
of tho law and tho uumbor of times
tho unfortunate policemen havo to
ask, "Havo you got a pass?"
By latest advices a fatal cattle dis
easo is raging in Japan and has
totally dostroyod tho dairy industry
round Yokohama. Not a head of
cattlo is living in a radius of 30 miles
from that placo and tho disease is
spreading. A beef famine is immi
nent. In Central Africa millions of
cattlo and buffaloes aro also report
ed as dead from somo new and
speedily fatal disoaso. Whatever
elso wo havo in Hawaii our food sup
ply is not in danger.
How injurious to a country is tho
effect of pooplo thoughtlosslj' wag
ging their tongues without ponder
ing on the result of their foolish
utterances may bo soon in tho storm
raised in tho States bj tho sugges
tion that Mr. T. H. Davios' recent
visit hero was that of an emissary of
tho English Government, when it
really was but his ordinary annual
trip to personalty inspect his busi
ness interests. But fools must clatter
till tho end of tho world.
It seoms as if tho spoils wore get
ting pretty well distributed. Whether
tho treasury can stand the expense
of tho new offices and departments
is a matter which the financiers of
the present administration will have
to answer for themselves. But as
taxation without representation is a
wholly un-American system, we ex
pect to find ultimately tho matter
laid before the taxpayers, who will
consider whether this extraordinarily
extravagant outlay is even tempor
There is a present appearance that
the projected groat naval review at
Now York next spring, following tho
rendezvous at Hampton Roads, Vir
ginia, will not tako placo. So far
only six nations have accoptod the
invitation of tho United States to
participate in tho roviow. An ap
propriation of 300,000 is wanted to
carry out the objects of tho rendez
vous and review and, unless this bo
granted by Congress, Secretary
Tracy thinks it would bo bottor to
withdraw all tho invitations and de
clare the review off.
The Advertiser this morning prints
a letter which upholds Messrs. Kau
haue, Iosopa, Waipuilani and Kauhi,
members of tho lato Legislature, as
being worthy of honor for having
boon froo from all suspicion of bri
bery during its sessions. It is ex
tremely significant that its editorial
columns merely endorses tho first
two of these worthies. Wo suppose
tho others were too bitter a pill oven
for tho Advortisor to swallow. And
even of thoso two it may bo said
that influence strong had to bo used
to keep them in the straight path.
The Advortisor says this morning
"Thoro can bo no doubt that the
proclamation of martial law was one
of the wisest acts of tho administra
tion." Passing over tho implied
accusation that all tho acts of the
administration havo not been wise,
wo will simply say that if loft to tho
voice ovon of its supporters no. other,
act of the administration has been
so strongly condemned for its fool
ishness. Not only bocauso of tho
irritation and friction its absurd on
forcomont has created horo, but on
account of tho untoward and objoc
tionablo influence tho nows of its
proclamation will eauso on our com
mercial relations abroad, whoro poo
plo do not understand the opora
bouffe olomont in tho affair which
has caused thoso playing at soldiers
to desire somo rahon d'etre for their
Tho hours of martial law for tho
city havo boon curtailed, hoiug mado
from 11 p. in. to 4. a. m. instead of
from 9 p. in. to 0 a. in. This is only
roasonablo action on tho part of tho
Oovornmont. With all tho vital
points strongly occupied and tho ex
istence of tho groatest possible faci
lities for transmitting alarms, noth
ing more than an ordinary watch
distributed throughout tho city is
uocossary for any poriod' of tho
twouty-four hours. Thoro doos not
soom to bo tho slightest neod for
continuing tho martial law in busi
ness hours insido of tho Govornmont
building grounds. Common polico
precautions against tho assembling
of crowds or tho loitoring of indivi
duals within tho precincts should bo
ouough, in addition to a garrison in
sido tho building but out of sight and
out of tho way of pooplo having
LET THERE BE LIGHT.
One thing is absolutely noc6Bsary
to the maintenance of confidonco in
tho integrity and honest purpose of
the present administration, and that
is a frank public statomont of tho
position of affairs. It will not do to
spring anything suddenly on tho
pooplo. Whuthor changos aro con
templated, whatever plans of future
govornmont, whether independently
or in union with tho Groat Republic,
must bo made public, or endless dis
satisfaction will onsuo if nothing
worso. If our rulors aro negotiating
to make us a stato, a territory, or a
district similar to that of tho capital
city, or if thoy propose to make this
a protectorate under the regis of tho
United States alone or of the Powers
joint ty, or whether the' proposo to
erect this into an indopondont re
public, or return to the monarchy
so rocontly summarily abrogated or
to havo a regonc3T during tho minor
ity of UiQ,Hoir Apparent, or what
ever schemo of stablo and permanent
government thoy havo in hand, they
must mako it public and gain tho
consent of tho majority after a full
and froo discussion. Othorwiso it
doosu't go. Thoro will always bo
trouble just as Ireland and Great
Britain will always havo troublo till
tho sanio demand is coucodod that
tho majority freoly and willingly
prefer the form of govornmont thoy
livo under. Lot us thou havo no
more star chamber business. Noth
ing touds to allay fear and remove
distrust so much as full and perfect
An article in tho Advortisor this
morning would indicate that there
has already appeared dissension
among tho active supporters of tho
Provisional Government. That pa
per's attempt to lay tho blame for
this development on tho "enemies of
the now order" is a rather small sub
terfuge. It has been rumored for
somo days that tho division of the
spoils had causod somo friction in
the councils of tho dominant party,
but it is simply ridiculous to insin
uate that tho stayers by constitu
tional politics had anything to do
with this internecine troublo of
thoso who havo adopted tho princi
ples of govornmont by force. Tho
persons least to bo fcarod for making
any troublo at this juncture aro
those who havo not onlisted to sup
port tho now administration with'
arms. Thoy calmly await tho deci
sion of tho groat Powers as to the
right, justico aud necessity of tho
recent violent overthrow of the Ha
waiian Constitution and of popular
govornmont in thoso islands. They
aro not making a sign of opposing
tho tomporary control of affairs by
the Provisional Govornmont, except
in tho oxorciso of tho ordinary rights
of discussion aud criticism that ovon
tho govornmont-by-gun party has
not ventured to abrogate. Believing
as wo do in having whatever govern
ment exists at any given time strong
enough to maintain law and order,
it is with regret that wo find the
organ of tho Provisional Govern
ment taking pains to expose tho first
element of weakness which has de
veloped behind tho scenes.
Murdor! Stop Thief!
A mistake; a falsehood. In this
morning's issue of tho Advortisor
mention was mado about Luning
getting judgment against mo for
J$2l. It is a mean, insignificant lio, a
falsehood, that tho respectable por
tion of the comnmnit' will not bo
liovo a little cheap advertising
which othorwiso could not bo got
ten unless paul lor.
Judgments can be gotten very easi
ly, but to collect judgments is an
other thing. Luning got judgment
against mo somo time ago for somo
shirts, but that judgmont ho only
got in his mind; it was not in real
ity, for if ho wants to got judgment
against 1110 ho must pay for it, which
Mr. Liming, like a nico littlo man
did, not only pay mo for tho shirts
but also all tho costs. No doubt Mr.
Luning will ruin mo as ho has often
said, but that must tako time. Per
haps ho did not know that tho shirt
man was dead on to him, as tho rain
saiu 10 mo uusi "x am on to j'ou:
your name is mud." I also wish to
stato that I would certainly refuse
to pay any money unless ho got
judgment from tho Supremo Court.
It is with great rogrot that I must
put myself before the public with
such a man as Luning. All I havo to
say is that it is a malicious falsehood
in saying that Luning got a judg
ment against me for $21, which
everybody will disbelieve
God savo tho Emporor, for wo
have n Supreme Court.
A. L. Johnson.
A Philadelphia preserving works
will oxhibit at tho World's Fair a
map of tho United States 18x25 foot,
mudo entirely of pickles, fruits,
BIO OOAL DEAL.
Another Bito Out of Canada
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Jan. 11. It
is stntod on good authority that tho
anthracito coal combiuo 'of tho
United States and the Canadian
Pacific Railroad havo about con
cluded a doal bw which, for tho con
sideration of 17,000,000, thoy se
cured control of tho coal-fields of
Nova Scotia to protect thomsolvos
against Nova Scotia coal in enso tho
duty on coal is removed. Tho Locis-
laturo has boon called to ratify tho
Philadelphia, Jau. 11. Tho re
ported purchaso of tho Nova Scotia
coal-fiolds by Ponns3'lvania coal
oporators, tho Reading Railroad
Company and others could not bo
actually confirmed horo, but that
such a doal has boon consummated
is gonorally bolioved in financial cir
cles. It is said that William C.
Whitnoy of Now York is iutorostcd
largoly in Nova Scotia deals and that
his brother wont to Halifax somo
time ago to complete tho final nego
tiations of tho salo.
Nearly 800 pooplo aro on tho vorgo
of starvation at Homestead, Pa., and
auothor striko is threatened thoro.
Tho richest find of gold over mado
in Sputhorn Mexico is- reported.
There is a groat rush to tho diggings.
Thoro aro behoved to bo 2000 out
of tho 5000 Chinoso in Now York
subject to tho provisions of the re
gistration act. Of thoso 2000 only
two .had rojristorod up to Jan. 15.
Tho opposition to registration is
supposed to bo tho work of tho "Six
Companies" in San Francisco, which
has levied an assessment of so many
dollars a hoad on tho Chinese of tho
country under a promise that tho
money would bo so used that thoy
neod not comply with the law.
Cainillo Flammarion, tho -famous
French astronomer, has had tho
first copy of his latost work, "Terro
ot Ciel, bound in skin ila3red from
tho shoulders of a dead Countess.
While a guest at tho countrj' seat of
a certain Count aud Countess somo
years ago Flammarion admired tho
beautiful shoulders of tho Countess
when she was in docolloto dinner
toilet. When the Countess was on
her deathbod from consumption, she
made the Count swear that ho would
sond tho skin of her shoulders to
Flammarion for the purpose to
which ho has now applied it.
For pains in the chest there is
nothing better than a flannel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over tho soat 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 salo by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL NO. 089, AMEK
ican Legion of Honor, meeti THIS
(Friday) EVENING at 7:30
armony Hall, King street.
xjL Smith Hammcrless
Shotgun in Al order with
2 Cases and Cleaning Im-
nlnmAt.ti. nil nnm .iln.n
also, 200 Squire's Hand-loaded Shells.
i or particulars, inquire oi
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the German Benevolent Society, held
this day, the following officers were duly
H. A. Widemann President,
J. F. Hackfeid Vice-President,
F. Klamp Treasurer,
J. F. Eckardt Secretary,
H, J. Nolto Auditor,
J. F. Hackfeid Trustee.
J. F. ECKAUDT,
Honolulu, Jan. 27, 1893. 635-4t
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MEETING OF THE BOAKD OF
Directors of tho Kuplulani Park As
sociation held January 21, lMB, the follow
ing members of the Board were re-elected
to serve as officers of the Association dur
ing tho ensuing year:
A. S. Cleghorn President,
Cecil Drown Vice-President,
Wm. O. Irwin Treasurer,
W.M. Gillard Secretary.
W. M. GIFKAItD,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
AT THE ADJOUHNED ANNUAL
Meeting of the ICiipioluni Park Asso
ciation held on January 'M, 18u:i, tho fol
lowing Stockholders woro elected to nerve
as a Board of Directors for the ensuing
Wm. G. Irwin,
W. M. Gillard,
A. 8. Cleghorn,
W. H. Itickard,
H. J. Nolto,
E. S, Cunha,
Chas. B. Wilson.
x. it. waiKer,
T. S. Douglas.
W. M. GIFFAHD,
THE POItTUGUESE MUTUAL, BENE
ilt Society of Hawaii at Hh regular
annual meeting held on the 8th day of
January, 1803, elected the following of
ficers: J. M. Vivas President,
J. G. Silva Vico-Prosident,
M. G. Silva Secretary,
A. G. Silva Treasuror.
DOAIil) OK DIIIICCTOIW.
Joao Fcrniindcs, 0. de Farla, J, do Frlas,
J. O. llodrlguos, J. A. Quintal.
P. A, Dlas, F. 11. Tranguada, V. P. Branco.
A. V. Mcdeiroii, G. Perojra.
M. G. BIIVA, Bocrotary.
Honolulu, January H, 1803. lU.'-:2t
Hy A. M. BETTENCOUHP,
Vcturlnary Surgeon aud Denier In Horses,
corner llcrctanla and Punchbowl st.
Mutual Mclqihono 377. &'Jl-tf
Saturday, Jan. SI, IS 93.
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 oi
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
missive0 character of the Ha
waiian and the gentlemanly
bearing of the white popula
tion who deemed a change of
Our cousins in the United
States cannot refuse to open
the door to Hawaii on the
score of our being Anarchists,
Dynamiters and general bad
Seldom in history do vou
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
.Dolitical 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
and one who needs assistance.
The past week has been
busier with us than the corre
sponding week during the two
preceding 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. Some
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
0))osltu Bprcckulb' Block,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Oummina1 Bloolt, Fort Street.
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SELLING. OFF !
ComnieEdnu January 3, 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH !
All Prices larked in Plain Figures !
SKSr3 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 this
IB. IF1. EHZLEK.S 3c GO.
S9 FORT STR(E3E1T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
E Japanese Silk and Crepes, at very low prices.
fizSr" Glove and Handkerchief Boxen, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
WW Tjadics' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from -f3 up.
s3F Beaded Silk, Black Capes, al your own price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
VW Drossmaking Under U10 Management of MISS K. GLARE. JZ
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Leading Journals in tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
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and is the Host Medium for
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advertisements mid train-act all IjusInoBa
M-0mcKi "Ilrenlg liloul:," comer
Muiunii and Queen street (uiitalr).
AriltST-CI.ASS FAMILY liATUIXU
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