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1 BY AUTHORITY.
I .A.OT 6.
L .3ST AOT
To Kopoal An Act Entitled " An Act
Granting: a rranchiso to Estab
lish and Maintain a Lottery " ap
provod on tho 13 th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 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 Frauchiso to Estab
lish and Maintain a Lottery," ap
proved on tho thirteenth day of
January, A. D. 1893, is hereby ro
poaled. Section 2. This Act shall take
effect from tho dato of its publica
tion. Approved this 25th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1893.
Sig'd SANFOIiD B. DOLE,
President of tho Provisional Gov
ernment of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Sig'd J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
631 3t-5 It
Messrs. Charles M. Cooke, AV. F. Allen,
H. K. Cooper and Alexander Young were
elected respectively, in tho places of W. C.
Wilder, W. K. Castle, Lorrin A. Thurston,
and F. A. AVilhclm, resigned.
Tho 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. Cooke,
J. A. McCandlcss,
James F. Morgan,
S. M. Damon,
E. D. Tenney,
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, 1693.
All such rates remaining unpaid after
the above dato will he subject to an addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, 1B93.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, he re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Onhu shall be made at
the Interior Oflicc.
On tho other Islands it shall he done at
the Offices of the several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1892. 59-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Rates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
ind i 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.
Froiu and after this dato and until
farther notice, all processes of all courts
should bo entitled as follows: "In the
name of the Provisional Government of
tho Hawaiian Islands."
By order of the Supreme Court.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Aliiolani Hulo, Honolulu, January 23,
The Communder-iu-Chlef or tho Oilicer
of the Day, may, in his discretion, admit
into the Government Building between the
hours of 0 a. m. and 4 t, m,, such persons
as desire admission for business purposes
in cases where lie is satisfied with their
business intentions. il-lw 5-lt
MK. CECIL BROWN has thlt) day been
elected a Member of tho AdvUory Council
vice Mr. W. G. Ashley, resigned.
January 25, 1803. 031-lw 6-lt
"In buying a cough modicino for
children," Bays H. A. Walker, a pro
minont druggiHt of Ogdou, Utah,
"never bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough iiumody. Thero is no
dangor from it and relief iu always
euro to follow, I particularly re
commend Chamberlain's becattbo I
havo found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
oroup and whooping cough," 50
cont bottles for aalo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts for tho
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, JAN. 28, 1893.
Hawaii appears to havo got tho
ripplos from tho series of cold waves
swooping ovor tho United States.
Tho nuuoxntiou commission is ox
poctod to return tho compliment by
shedding a tropical glow from Ho
nolulu ovor tho Union.
Tho Chicago Tribuno publishos
tho names of 230 poisons who woro
hanged by lynch law in difforont
parts of tho United States in tho
past year. How many bravo sheriffs
aud jailors havo been slaughtered by
tho lynching mobs in getting hold
of their victims?
A synopsis of tho speech of Chan
cellor von Caprivi of Germany, made
in advocacy of tho army bill, ap
pears in this issue It is an inter
esting presentation of tho arguments
used to induce tho Gormau people
to bond their backs to receive au
othor increaso of their already pon
derous military burden.
A protest on behalf of many resi
dents of Kohala appears in this is
sue, against tho arbitrary action of
tho Committee of Safety in rushing
an annexation commission oil to
Washington. As it como from anti
royalists, tho protest may cauo an
impression on tho minds of tho
ruling junta, that perhaps they havo
been too fast.
The Advertiser admits that it
manufactures news for political
effect. It tolls a yarn about kahunas
being consulted, adding that tho
story has been "padded." This cool
admission of dishonesty will bo of
value to tho readers of tho Adver
tiser, as showing them that they
musfguoss, in porusing its columns,
whether thoy are being fed with fact
From tho account given in this
paper, it will be seen that tho cotton
industry of England is in a bad case.
The operatives appear to havo a
moro reasonable view of tho situa
tion aud tho remedy than tho mas
ters. Thoy are willing to stand a
reduction of income, but object to
aiding in tho suicidal process of
over-production. Probably a con
tinuance of tho deadlock will in time
work its own cure, in relieving the
glut of the markot and stiffening
prices, but there would be much
suffering in tho meantime.
Embezzlement scorns to bo tho
regular winding-up of the careers of
municipal clerks on tho Pacific
Coast. There aro sovoial of thorn
fleeing from justice pretty nearly all
the time, Honolulu getting an occa
sional visit of ono. Perhaps there
has been a good deal of "opera
bouffo," as tho Coast papers never
tire of describing it, about tho con
duct of affairs iu Hawaii. Yet, with
tho exception of somo heavy opium
thefts under tho Reform regime,
thero has for inanj' years been no
stealing by officials to scandalise
The French Government has ex
pelled sovoral obnoxious foroign
press correspondents from France.
Thoy havo taken this stop owing to
tho baseless charges of corruption
in connection with tho Panama
Canal scandal circulated by these
correspondents against highl res
pected foroign ambassadors, and tho
exaggerated and sensational rumors
of probable insurrection sent to tho
London press. "What would have
been tho fato of many of our resi
dents hero who send their exagger
ated and untruthful reports abroad
to tho damago of this country if tho
French Cabinet had ruled hero dur
ing tho past month or two?
Sharks abound in Hawaiian wators
and oven moro so on shoro. Tho
number of gaping mouths that
threaten tho extinction of every
possible billot in existonco or that
can bo persuaded to bo called into ex
istence is enormous. Once tho yawn
ing gap closes on tho expected fat
salary tho owuor of it yells support
good government. Up to that time
ho is dubious. But if tho looked-for
morsel by any chanco slips past and
is seized by an other as hungry patriot
ho flounders round, lashes tho water
with his iins and tail and proparos
silently to tako a bite out of each of
the flock of which he has hitherto
boon a frioudhy member. It will now
bo in ordor for tho Advertiser to
halloo, '"Ware shark."
Tho bar of Los Angeles has reviv
ed an old agitation for a reorganiza
tion of the Supreme Court of Cali
fornia. It appears that the existing
judiciary system of (ho Golden Stale
is not working satisfactorily. Tho
remedy proposed by tho Los Ango
les lawyers is to have three (station
ary courtH of appeal elected by
thoir rospootivo districts at Los
Angeles, Sun Frunulbco nnd Sucni-
monto and a Supromo Court of a
Chief Justice and four associate
Justicos sitting at San Francisco.
By limiting tho jurisdiction of tho
Supromo Court nnd making final
somo of tho decisions of tho appel
late courts, it is claimed, tho judicial
business of tho Slato will bo prompt
ly transacted. Tho matter has been
introduced in the Legislature.
Tho Advertiser should follow tho
example of tho Provisional Govern
ment and discard tho flag it sails
under its motto which has been so
regularly printed at tho head of its
editorial columns that we suppose it
has become by frequent iteration
meaningless to those who fill tho
columns it heads. For from its first
word to its last U103 havo systematic
ally violated it and in so doing have
only added one moro shining exam
plo to tho hypocrisies of which it
and its cohorts have boon guilty.
Self-confessed this morning of ono
violation, an intelligent reader has
only to comparo tho motto with tho
conduct of tho pnpor to appreciato
tho full value of an outside profes
sion totally inconsistent with tho
actual course followed by that
Tho formality of private citizens
taking an oath to support tho Pro
visional Government is an absurd
and empty ceremony. Tho laws of
tho country and of nations requiro
everyone to support and obey tho
Government dc facto, whothor ono
takes an oath or not. As for show
ing that ono has such sentiments tho
moro taking of such a weak and un
binding oatli as that publishod in
this morning's Advertiser amounts
morel to an empty profession which
will bo takou advantage of mainly
by tho soekors after tho loft-ovor
crumbs, from tho loavos and fishes.
And such oath would bo as quickly
disregarded in case of necessity as it
was taken to curry favor. " Actions
speak, not wordy professions, oven
when backed by slim oaths.
In an editorial article tho San
Francisco Chronicloof the 14th iust.,
discussing tho inovoniouts made by
Spain and Italy to uphold the claims
of thoir subjects now residing in
If everything had gone well with
them thoy would havo been enthusi
astic Brazilians, but when things go
wrong thej seek to fall back upon
thoir original nationality. An alion
resident must or should bo either an
alion or a citizen. If an alion ho
should not bo permitted all tho
rights and privileges which portain
to citizens; if a citizen ho has no
right to appeal to his mother coun
try for help when misfortune over
takes him. There is need for some
international agreement regarding
the status of aliens, particularly in
this country, which has been so fool
ishly liberal to them.
Tho parallel which these words
draw to tho situation hero is obvious,
and if that is republican sentiment
in San Francisco toward Brazil what
will it bo to Hawaii?
LIVERPOOL'S LOSSES BY FIRE.
A Disastrous Year for Borne Insur
Liverpool's Now Year's statistics
show that during last year there
woro thirty-nine disastrous fires in tho
city involving a not loss of 100,000,-
0OU, alter salvage. Tnoso woro most
ly warehouse liros, 320,000 repre
senting tho loss by cotton fires. So
serious has tho loss proved to the
insurance companies that tho shares
of three of thoin havo fallen nearly
10 a share.
Despite tho fact that tho insurance
rates for cotton aro very high at
present all tho cotton is landed at
Liverpool aud is subjected to this
heavy tax, but on tho opening of the
ship canal this monopoly of the cot
ton import will no longer be possi
ble, and if the rates of insurauco iu
Manchester continue as thoy aro at
present, less than half those in Liver
pool, an inducement to take cotton
up the canal for storage in Manches
ter will bo immonsoly stimulated.
In Honor of Wilholm II.
Tho concert in honor of tho Gor
man Emperor's birthday at tho Ha
waiian Hotel yesterday ovening was
attended by many prominent resi
dents. Mr. II. F. Glado, His Impe
rial Majesty's Consul, was active in
outortaiuing foreign visitors, of
whom thero aro many in tho city.
Captain "Wiltso and officers of the
Boston, Sonhor Cauavarro, Portu
guese Charge d'AJI'airos, Mons. Viz
zavona, aeting French Commis
sioner, and sovoral niombors of tho
Provisional Government woro no
ticed present. Prof. Borger wielded
tho baton for ono of tho band's best
performances, which included Gor
man tunes aud native songs. Aftor
tho concert a hop was enjoyed by a
fashionable party iu tho Hotel
For pains iu tho chest there is
nothing better than a flannel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm aud bound on over the seat of
pain, It will produce a counter irri
tation without blistering, aud is not
so disagiceablo as mustard; iu fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its paiu-rehoving qualities.
If used iu time it will prevent pneu
monia. HO cent botdes for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
"Vour husband was a man of many
excellent qualities." "Ves," sighed
tho widow, ho was a good man:
everybody ys so. 1 wasn't much
acquainted with him myself ho be
longed to six lodges,"
Protest From Kohala.
Tho news rocoivod to-day by tho
Kinau from Honolulu is roassuring,
inasmuch as wo loam that every
thing appoars to bo running smooth
ly under tho now order of things.
It is admitted by all tho foreign and
many of tho native inhabitants of
this district that it was necessary to
doposo tho Queon and form a pro
visional govommont. Wo, howover,
tako oxcoptiou tff tho right of tho
"Connnittoo of Public Safety," elec
ted bv a mooting of a certain num
ber of Honolulu gontlomon, and not
necessarily representing tho opinions
of tho foroign rosidonts of tho
islands g'enorally, to proclaim tho
"provisional government established tin-
td the terms of union with the muted
States have been negotiated and agreed
A provisional government being
firmly established and recognized as
such by tho represent ativos of all
tho principal foreign powers, ono
would supposo that tho first stop for
tho now government to tako would
bo to ascertain tho fooling of tho
country gonorally as to what form
of government would bo of tho
greatest good to tho groatost num
ber. This was not done. Hawaiian
citizens not oniovimr tho privilege
of roaidonco m Honolulu, and wuo
form tho bulk of our population,
were not consulted. Jt is very doubt
ful whothor, if a voto woro taken
throughout tho islands of all for
eigners entitled to tho franehiso, tho
aunoxation clauso of tho proclama
tion would bo sustained. Tho na
tives, it is well known, aro unanim
ous against it (on Hawaii).
Tho feverish hasto with which tho
commission to Washington was des
patched would scorn to indicate a
desire on the part of the annexation
ists that no expression of opinion
should reach tho ears of tho United
States Govommont but that of tho
Honolulu meeting, until thoy had
endeavored to mako out thoir case.
Against all this I join with many
omurs iu matting a vigorous Jiuiusi.
Though good citizens, who will
abide by tho law of tho laud, wo cau
hardly bo expected to profess f00
ings of intenso loyalty to a govern
ment which has entirely ignored our
existonco in a matter of vital impor
tance to tho country in which wo
havo made our homo.
A Kohala Voter.
Tho Late Henry Gibson.
I notice in a lato issuo of vour pa
per an account of tho death of
Henry Gibson, .son of tho lato W. M.
Gibson, in which you say ho loft a
nativo wife aud owned a touth inter
est in tho Island of Lanai. Both
statements aro untrue, Henry Gib
son never having had a nativo wife,
neither did ho own a tonth interest
iu the Island of Lanai, tho wholo of
tho property of his father, the late
W. 51. Gibson, having been left in
trust to tho children of his only
daughter, tho wife of tho Hon. F. H.
A Good Shot "I never shot a bird
in my life," said a friend to an Irish
man, who replied: "I novor shot any
thing in the shape of a bird but a
squirrel, which 1 killed with a stone,
that fell into tho nvor
drownod." Texas Sifting .
Will is-iiic for the Outgoing Mail nnd will
- or the
WITH VIGOltOUS COMMENTS.
ON SALE TUESDAY MORNING
At the Book Stores. Order early.
Price $1.50 Per Doz. Single Copies 16c.
A Small Lot of tho Noted
NIU LEAor DWARF C0C0ANDT
Just Keceived from Samoa, also
a lot of
ASSORTED VARIETIES OF C0C0ANUTS.
These NntH nro c'drnfnllv (.nlnntnil
for vlantliiK nnd uio iust hei;innini; to
sprout. A photograph of tho Ihvaif Cocoa
nut may bo been ut the store of
H. E. McINTYKE & BRO.
A 12 GAUGE L. O.
Shotgun hi Al order with
2 Cases and Cluanlni Im
nloinents ull conmlete:
also, 200 Squire's Hand-loaded Shells.
" I'orjiauieiuars, inquire ot
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
U.')l-tf Anchor Saloon.
GERM AN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY.
THE ANNUAL MUUTINO OH"
the German Itoiuivolont Kix'Ii'tv. hnM
this day, tho following ollleers were duly
II. A. Wldcmanu
J. K Haul-fold....
J. V. Kekardt
H. J. Noltn . . . .
J. 1 JIuckfeltl
, . .Treasurer,
. . Trustee.
J. V. KCKAUDT,
Honolulu, Jan. 27, IB!):). tii'.-lt
T AWN MOWKK8 TO LET HY THE
1; day, week or month' ItupalrliiK,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Duplicatu
1'lucoH furnished when required. Maidiliu's
culled for nnd returned. Also, Itepalrlng
Garden IIomi In fact, can do anything
necessary around tho houso or stuhlu,
Itilii; up Mutual Telephone 1 ''.
08J.tr N. l' HUIK1K8S.
Subforibe for the Daily Bulletin, SO
ccntt per month.
Hawaiiaa Haraware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Jan. 88, 1S93.
When it is considered that
the present government moved
in without giving the depart
ing tenants a chance to clean
house, matters have progress
ed smoothly and without any
serious inconvenience to any
one except, perhaps, the man
who thought he must be on
the street after the limit of
time just because martial law
made his presence at home
after 9:30 p. m. compulsory.
It has not been the wish of the
government itself that any re
putable citizen be harassed in
any manner, whether he be in
sympathy with the powers that
be or not. Some people, how
ever, garbed in a little gauzy
authority, feeling that the pro
per conduct of the affairs of
state rested entirely upon their
shoulders have, by their
autocratic actions, made them
selves obnoxious and brought
the government into possible
disfavor by men whose busi
ness brought them together.
If the wheels of the govern
ment are to run without a
hitch every part of the machin
ery must lubricated with our
Colorado ermine oil. If the
journals in sugar mills are kept
cool by occasional applications
of this medicine why not every
thing else. We only intro
duced this brand a year ago
but it has grown into favor so
rapidly that it has almost dis
placed every make of oil in
over the islands recognize its
superior worth and they
prefer it to any other. The
price recommends it to the
plantation manager because
economy ii one of the import
ant items considered among
sugar men at this time.
There are few places in the
world where such care is given
the lawns as in Honolulu.
This fact makes garden hose
a necessity. We keep many
different brands, some cheap
some expensive, and it is not
hard for you to guess which
we sell the most of. But
ordinarily the cheapest is not
always the best. If you use
a hose reel you will, if you
have been in the habit of buy
ing cheap grades of hose, add
at least a year to its life. The
rubber wears out through
being pulled across the gravel
walks. The use of the ceel
avoids that beside making
watering the lawn and the
plants a pleasure. The reels
are cheaper than hose and
will last almost forever.
For the pasT: three months a
gentleman who failed to get a
French rat trap from us out
of the first and second invoice
received from the States
managed to get one the other
day out of the third lot. He
has told us almost every day
for three months that he could
not sleep owing to the noise
made by the rats running
overhead. When we sold him
the trap we thought we were
through with him so far as rats
and traps were concerned; we
were mistaken. After he
used the trap two days he
caught all the rats in the
neighborhood and now he
wants us to buy it back. As
we" have some new ones re
maining in stock we must
decline to handle second hand
rat traps. The French are
dandies on frogs and scandals
but they beat the world on
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'tl
Opposite Spruukels' lllouk,
BUILDERS HARDWARE GENERAL
Always up to tho lhno- in Quality, Styles and Prices,
A full Assortment to Suit tho Various Demand.
STEEL PLOWS, Atil0
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
IfOKS, 8II0VKI.S, l'ORKB, MATTOCKS, ETC.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
SCiiLW I'L.VTKS, TAPS nnd DIKS, Tyi8T D1ULLS,
1'AIXTH nnd OILS, BKUSHl'H, GLASS,
ASHKSTOS IIAllt l-'KLT nnd KKLT MIXTURE.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals
SEIIM w,;;Sr MACHINES
l.UllUK-ATING OILS in Quality nnd Efflelonoy surpnssed
QT" It U not iiosslhle to lit everything wo havo. If thero Is
niiythlug you want, eome and ask for It, you will he politely
trented. trouble to show goods.
PACIFIC HAHW11E CO., Ltd.
au.mm.ii-k a' Block., "F'ort Street,
M. k P. Wrought
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HOLLISTER fc CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
IB- IF. EHLERS 3c CO.
99 PORT STREET.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
Japanese Silk and Grcpes, at very low prices.
Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, 'Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
IllS Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
Q3ST Beaded Silkf Black Capes, at your own price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
CW Dressmaking Under tho Management of MISS K. CLARK. gj
DAILY AND WKl'ICLY
Leading Journals in tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"-
Hun tho Ijirycst ('iriHilnticm on tho IhlnuiU
ami Ik tho liust Moilhiiu for
Jlii. Thou. lv. KvriiAMi'i. ulll icculvti nil
utlviirlihoiiionu iiml tiaii.-act nil IhIiicm
WOniciii "itronli; lllock," conivr
Niiuimu iiml Queen htri'ot (uiiMiilrs).
AriUST.OLA.fi8 PA.MILY HATill.Nd
Jlvkort ut WulLikl. Trunieiir iiiim
tlio uutu. KikcIuI iirriini'eiutilitd nin hu
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AhiKcuhircot, nuxt to llritish Club, or hy
inuHMigo ut O. K. Wlllluiim' storo i-'ort
- All work Kiuiriintccd nnd visited a
Mxuud t line. 1-roniiit nttontlon to U
"morn. Iniied tho I'limo for concert of
Muslii, thu I'ulehnilcd vIollnlNt. IXI.M111
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