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BY AUTHORITY. THE DAILY BULLETIN.
To Bopoal An Act Entitled " An Act
Granting a Franchise to Estab
lish and Maintain a IiOttory" ap
proved on tho 13th. day of Jan
uary, A. 3. 1893.
Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
Bui Established for the Benefit of All.
show lownrd tho fulfillmout of thoso
necessary conditions prior to annex
ation? Lot our rcadors nnswor for
Be it Enacted by the Executive and
Advisory Coimcils of the Pravi
sional Government of the Hawaiian
Section 1. An Act ontitlod "An
Act Granting a Franchise to Estab
lish and Maintain a Lottery," "ap
proved on the thirteenth day of
January, A. D. 1893, is horoby re
pealed. Section 2. This Act shall tako
offoct from tho dato of its publica
tion. Approved this 25th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1893.
Sig'd SANFOED B. DOLE,
President of tho Provisional Gov
ernment of tho Hawaiian Islands.
Sig'd J. A. Kikg,
Minister of the Interior.
631 3t-5 It
Mossrs. Charles M. Cooko, V. F. Allen,
H. E. Cooper and Alexander Young were
clcctod respectively, in tho places of V. C.
"Wilder, "W. It. Castle, Lorrin A. Thurston
and F. A. Wilholni, resigned.
Tho Provisional fiovernmont as now con
stituted is as follows:
8. B. DOLE, President and Minister of
J. A. KING, Minister of Interior.
P. C. JONES, Minister of Finance.
W. O. SMITH, Attorney-General.
James I'. Morgan,
S. M. Damon,
E. D. Tcnney,
W. F. Allen,
H. E. Cooper.
MONDAY, JAN. 30, 1893.
Tho reckless removals of officials
to mako room for relatives of Coun
cillors and prominent supporters of
tho revolution is not gaining good
feeling for tho Provisional Govern
ment but tho rovorso. Mr. Haysol
don's dismissal from tho ollice of
ShorifT of Maui has elicitod a strong
protest from a correspondent, who
wo havo good reason to bolimo voices
tho sentiment of ninny of tho most
substantial men in tho shire. It
makes tho action all tho worso that
a falso pretest for it had to bo doli
boratoly manufactured, in tho ab
senco of atry causo connected with
tho public interests.
As our people aro keenly in(orost
od in tho project of a canal botween
tho Atlantic and tho Pacific, tho lot
tor of Captain "William L. Merry re
produced from our San Francisco
uamosako will bo read with avidity.
Tho question as to tho effect of tho
Panama disclosures on tho Nicara
gua project must havo occurred to a
groat many peoplo, and Captain
Merry deals with it in a clear and
straightforward manner. His facts
aro torsoly presented and aro very
reassuring of tho honost charactor
of tho scheme. United States pub
lic men aro appealed to with a force
that should bo irresistible, to see
that tho canal is supported by thoir
Government as a national enter
F. W. McChosney,
Charles M. Cooke,
J. A. McCandloss,
Owing to the Declaration of Martial Law,
rate pajors aro hereby notified that tho
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 porcent.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Ki.mi,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, lb9J.
Tho Advert isor would show moro
discretion on behalf of tho Provi
sional Government if it avoided
strong languago against those who
do not believe that two wrongs mako
a right. Jts adoption of tho term
"tho enemy," accompanied by insult
ing recriminations, toward peoplo
who deplore tho perpetuation of
bruto forco government in thoso isl-
auds may in tho near futuro bo a
soiucu of humiliation to itsolf and
its masters. What has boon dono
through tho more prosonco of United
States troops on friendly Hawaiian
soil may shortly bo undone- by tho
aetho interference of United States
troops under orders from Washing
ton, in tho interests of that fair play
and libortj-, the maintenance and do
fenso of which havo been among tho
chief glories of tho Great Republic.
Lot not tho Advertisor and its fac
tion think this is a moro straw grasp
ed at. There aro several highly in
formed visitors from tho United
States at present observing our af
fairs, and tho opinion of a numbor
of them has been expressed to tho
effect that tho Amorican Govorn
mont will show its disapprobation
of tho recent revolution in a practi
cal way. In tho meantime tho Ad
vertiser would reflect credit on itself,
and not make thoso it champions
ridiculous, if it observed liko cool
ness and patience to thoso qualities
as they aro being displayed by tho
Opposition or, if you pleaso, "tho
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Kegistration on Oahu shall bo made at
the Interior Oflico.
On tho other Islands it shall be done at
tho Offices of tho several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 180.!. ObO-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
jnd 4 to C o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Worksr
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 6, 1893.
A vigorous protest by the San
Francisco Bulletin against a move
ment to havo tho Geary Chinese re
striction act repealed is published in
this issue. Tho remarks on tho
shallowness of tho arguments of tho
pro-Chinese party in tho United
States appLC equally well to a con
siderable clique in these islands,
whoso false religious benevolence
and spurious sentiments of universal
brotherhood claim a sacrifice of tho
interests of their own kith and kin.
Only in tho case of this country the
censure can bo extended further, for
tho alleged high motives aro in
mau3' cases only assumed, tho real
lovo for our Mongolian brethren
consisting of an affection for thoir
cheap labor and its products, where
by tho apostles of universal brother
hood ma realize handsomely on
sugar stocks and promote thoir per
sonal comfort and prosporitj- through
cheap domestic service and supplies.
From and after this dato and until
further notice, all processes of all courts
should bo entitled us followH: "In tho
name of the Provisional Government of
the Hawaiian Islands."
By order of the Supreme Court.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Aliiolani Halu, Honolulu, January 23,
The Commander-in-Chief or the Otllcer
of the Day, may, in Ills discretion, admit
into the Government Building between the
hours of 9 a. M. and lr, m., such persons
as desire admission for business purposes
in ouscs where ho is satisfied with their
business intentions. BJl-lw 6-lt
MB. CECIL BKOWN has thU day been
elected a Member of the Advisory Council
vico Mr. W. G. Ashley, rosigned.
January 25, 1BU3. 03 Hw 5-lt
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says H. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdeu, Utah,
"never bo afraid to buy Ohambor
laiu'a Cough Romody. Thoro is no
dangor from it and relief is always
sure to follow, I particularly re
commoud Chamberlain's bocaubo 1
bavo found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
oroup and whooping cough." 50
cont bottles for salo by all doalors.
Uonson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Tho Advertiser gratuitously insults
Mr. C. Snoyd-Kynnorsloy of Kohala,
its own correspondent, liy insinuating
that, while hesigns his proper name
to his letter in that paper, ho gets
his views duplicated under anony
mous cover in this paper. All who
know Mr. Snoyd-Kyunersloy will be
sure that 'he is no moro afraid of
siguing his name in ono paper than
in another. Besides, there is a radi
cal difforonco between a portion of
tho letter from Kohala in Saturday's
Bulletin and tho letter of Mr.
Snoyd-Kynnersley in this morning's
Advertiser. None but a party-blind
intellect would fail to notice that
difforonco. Kohala is a particularly
intelligent community and can pro
duco moro men several times over
who can writo English in refined
diction than thoro aro regular con
tributors to tho Advertiser's political
columns. Tho Bulletin's corres
pondent, it is scarcely worth while
to saj', is not tho same as tho esteem
ed gontloman who, by venturing to
express dissent from tho doings of
tho present dictators of affairs, has
incurred tho ill-mannered resentment
of thoir organ.
Uncle Sam's Disposition.
In the Liberal of January 28 is tho
following: "Tho now navy has not
boon built and manned for tho per
petuation of monarchical forms and
the protection of monarchical mons
trosities throughout tho world." Tho
Liberal will find that when Uncle
Sam sifts this business from begin
ning to finish, noithor does Undo
Sam build and man a navy to wipe
out a weak and friendly nation
against tho wishes of tho peoplo,
whether monarchical or otherwise;
but would rather encourage and sus
tain thoin in their autonomy. Fair
play and justice toward tho weak
has always been from time immem
orial tho policy of Uncle Sam; if he
has changed that policy of late, ho
will havo to rovorso and road his con
stitutional principles backward,
which 1 for ono do not believe ho
will. Undo Sain is no respecter of
persons, but deals out tho principles
of right and justice to all alike. Ha
waii need havo no fear in her present
troubles, for as sure as there is a
God in hoacn. Uncle Sam will do
her justice "When Uncle Sam draws
tho swoid it will not bo for a small
minority, but for tho peoplo .'is a
Tho Ohlnoso Reaction.
Tho effort that is being mado at
tho East to socuro tho ropoal or
modification erf tho Geary Act can
scarcely bo considorod with patience.
It is urged along mostly by a lot of
cranks who havo no knowlodgo
whatovor of tho facts of t ho caso.
Tho coldbloodedness with which
they aro willing to consign tho Paci
fic States to Mongolization is duly
approciatod in this part of tho coun
try. It must bo regarded as an ovi
donco of tho peculiar sort of broth
erly love winch is found occasion
ally at tho East.
Tho sympathies of thoso psoudo-
philanthropists always clustor
around some distant race of barba
rians, and tho lower thoy aro in tho
scale of humanity and tho moro de
based thoy aro in thoir habits tho
moro earnestly thoy plead for them,
at tho expense of civilization. With
all this gush for tho Asiatic, who is
now tho object of thoir most earnest
solicitation, thoy havo no bowels of
compassion whatovor for thoir own
raco, peoplo and follow-citizons.
Thoy havo always to travel abroad
for tho dearest objects of thoir lovo.
Tho peculiarity of thoir conduct is
mostly traceablo to thoir method of
reasoning. Thoso suivolors as a rulo
know everything intuitively. Thoy
disdain any roal examination of tho
tacts before coming to an opinion.
As hiiKht naturally bo oxpocted,
those impressionable peoplo easily
fell a prey to tho man-dealers, who
aro using whatovor is really credita
ble in thoir views to tho promotion
of tho vilost purposes. Tho devout
among them, with thoir wide-open
mouths, instead of doing anything
to promote tho causo of humanity
by espousing tho causo of tho Chi
nese, aro londing a holping hand to
the introduction of a modified form
of that labor system, which used to
go by tho name of tho "sum of all
villainios," and upon which, wo aro
bound to assume, thoy once waxed
The Chinese laborers imported
into this country come under con
tracts to labor and service for long
periods, and tho Six Companies soo
to it that thoy do not get out till
their contracts havo been fulfilled.
This trade in men is supplemented
by tho vilost traffic in women kuowii
in tho history of tho world. It is of
such a charactor that it cannot bo
treated fully in the pages of decent
journalism. But our sympathetic
frionds at tho East know nothing
about these facts. Thoy aro igno
rant of almost everything in connec
tion with tho subject. Moro than
that, thoy go along with their noses
stuck up in tho air, uttorly blind to
tho degradation, tho vico and tho
rottenness which thoso Asiatic inter
lopers have introduced.
It would simply be tho poetry of
justice, if somo of tho maladies
which follow in tho wako of tho
Chinese should lay hold of them,
but nobody in tho more prosaic
walks of life would wish that thoy
should bo overtaken by small-rJOK or
leprosy. Tho point on which these
Chinophiles aro now spreading
themselves is that to mako the Chi
nese register is to stamp them as
criminals. How utterly absurd such
a notion is will bo easily admitted
when it is stated that Americans aro
tagged in the same way in China.
.besides, and tins tact should be
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'fl
; BUILDERS HARDWARE GENERAL
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Tho Now York Sun is a groat
paper. "What is more it is a groat
Democratic papor. For the past
two months it has had a special cor
respondent examining into tho feel
ing amongst Canadians in favor of
annexation to tho United States. It
has published column after column
on the subject and in its leading
articles has constantly urged that
annexation to tho States was not
only Canada's destiny but tho best
thing that could happon to it. Vot
in its weekly issuo of tho 11th inst.
it speaks as follows:
Of course, wo might conquer Can
ada, as wo did California. But wo
do not wish to conquer her. Wo do
not want her, unless she conies to us
of her own froo will. But how, as a
matter of constitutional and inter
national law, can tho Dominiou, or
tho provincos which compose it,
come to us, except as Texas did;
that is to say, by first establishing
indopondonco, and thus acquiring
tho right to apply for admission to
the Union through tho voice of na
tional or provincial con volitions, sup
plementing tho application with the
exhibition of State Constitutions?
Texas had an acceptable State Con
stitution whon she presented herself
at Washington, and every province
of the Dominion will have to exhibit
a liko qualification.
This is thoroughly true Democra
tic and American soutimout on the
subject. What then can our rulers
Or, Parody on Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-Do-Ray.
By Johnson the Shirt Man.
Now there is u man with a great hig gall,
If j on look ut him he'll commence to bawl.
He hud some Shlrtsuml wnntulthem fixed
But without tho money lie could not do
He st.irtcd in and tried his nerve,
But the looks of him would not serve.
He tried with a lawsuit but without suc
cess, That dirty man will die like the rest,
(live niu my Shirts or in an hour I'll su'
It will cost me nothing hut he dear for you,
For I l)ii ve u pull and in jail you'll go,
And when jou are thej jbu'll have no
He tried his dirt v game but it did not work.
He got hit in the neck and a good hard
He feels as sore as a leper case,
Ho is so ashamed to look in our face.
Monti. Do others or thoy will do you.
Johnson tho Shirt Maker is at tho
coiner of King and Alakea streets,
whore ho makes all kinds of Shirts to
order and guarantees a fit. It don't
cost any moro to havo your shirts
mado to order than j'ou pay for your
old store and factory made goods.
Now pleaso bear this in mind and
give us a call. Satisfaction guaran
Cor. King and Alakea Sts.
ir. B. No Bluffs taken in Payment
brought to tho front, namely, if
there bo 150,000 Chinese in this
country now, as the' allege, two
thirds of them aro criminals. Thoy
havo sneaked into this country in
violation of law. There is no other
hypothesis on which tho figures of
the census of 1880 and thoso now
given can bo reconciled. The lack
of logically reasoning so obsorvablo
among those who havo become tho
advocates of tho Chiueso invasion is
accompanied by an utter and all
pervading ignorance of what is duo
to tho dignity of tho country, or
what, in fact, a nation is, over and
above being tho slop-buckot for tho
scum of creation.
The Chinese brought down regis
tration upon thomsolvos. Thoy havo
refused to oboy. Congress is, there
fore, to bo importuned to back down
before tho Mongol. It is conceded,
wo presume, that all other classes
must render obedienco to the law.
Not a great many years since, an
immense numbor of our own citizens
wore killed on tho field of battle for
their defiance of tho law and tho
Constitution. But it would seem
that if tho Chinese interlopers do
not submit, the enactment has to go
to tho wall. This is a view of tho
caso which thoso purblind philan
thropists evidently havo not yot
grasped. But it is a very serious one.
San sraneisco Bulletin.
For pains iu tho chest thoro is
nothing bettor than a llannol 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-rolioving qualitios.
If used in time it will provont pneu
monia. 50 cont bottlos for salo by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho article of special convenience
in ovory household and ollice
throughout tho islands, and tho most
acceptable to send to frionds abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figiues is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for 1S)H. Prico, 75
cents each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
She "Tom atxys ho is coming
down to spend some time with us."
Ho (a rival, sarcastically) "Spend
what? That can't bo Tom." Ex.
"Why should wo say to Satan,
'Got thee behind mo! ?" asked tho
teacher. "So that wo bhall get ahead
of him," returned tho bright boy.
"Will .you chop some wood if 1
give you your mouliMbtx sue asltod.
I "Madam,'' ho replied, "I'd like tor
'bligu yur. But (ain't fur such as
mo ter 'tempt to follor iu tho foot
steps of Gladstone or George Wash
ington." Witshintiton Star.
The Daily Bulletin U delivered by
carriers for SO cent per month.
Tho success of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in effecting a speedy
euro of colds, croup and whooping
cough has brought it into groat de
mand. Mossrs. Pontius & Son, of
Cameron, Ohio, say that it has
gained a reputation "second to none
m that vicinity. Jas. M. Queen, of
Johnston, W. va., siys it is the best
ho over used. B. F. Jones, druggist,
Winona, Miss., says: "Chainborlain's
Cough Remedy is perfectly reliable,
I havo alwa3's warranted it and it
novor failed to givo tho most perfect
satisfaction." 50 cont bottles for
salo by all doalors. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
U GAUGE L. C.
Bhotgun in Al ordcrwith
'i ruses an 1 Cleaning Im
plements, all complete;
also, I'UU Kiulio'H Ha
l-'or particulars, Inquire of
W. il. UUiNMNUHAM,
031-tf Author fc.iloon.
GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY,
AT THE ANNUAL MUKTING OK
the German Biiiiuvoluut (Society, held
this day, tho following oIUccih were duly
II. A. Widomiiuu
J. I HuoMuld...
l' Klauip . .
J. V. Kckiinit
II. J. Noltu . . ,
J. lMluekield .
.Saturday, Jan. 28, 1SD3.
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 ext. t, 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 r. 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 engine 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 lias grown into favor so
rapidly that it has almost dis
placed every make of oil in
this market. Engineers all
over the islands recognize its
superior worth and they
prefer it to any other. ' The
price recommends it to the
plantation manager because
economy is 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 reel
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 net 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 tho 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 theyrbeat the world on
Always up to the times in Quality, Styles nnd Prices.
A lull Assortment to Suit tho Various Domaiid.
STEEL PLOWS, Madoo;!r&fi!rfilsdWork
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
HOUR, SHOVELS, 1'OItKS, MATT00K8, ETC.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
SCREW VLA'ITS, TAPS and DIES, TWIST D11IM.S,
l'AINTS and Otl.S, BUUSHES, GIASS,
ABI1EST0H 1IA1I1 FIH.T and FEIT MIXTUKE.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
SEWING w,Sr MACHINES '
LUBRICATING OILS in Quality and Ellleionoy surpassed
&XB It is not possible to INt everything wo have. 'If thcro is
treated. No t
unlit, conic and ask for it. von will bo nolltolv
trouble to show goods. r
PACIFIC MARMAR1 CO., Ltd.
Oummins1 Sloolc, "F'oi't. Street.
J, l I"L"KA1"I'T,
Honolulu, Jan. '.'7, l&JJ, im-lt
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppouito SpruckeU1 Block,
. Fort Street.
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J-JJI-i ORDERS- FOR,
SHOULD Bi: ADDHBSSED TO
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu., EC. I.
IB. IB EHLEES 3c CO.
99 FORT STiRHEJT.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
Japanese Silk and Crepes, al very low prices.
E3F" Glove and Handkerchief. Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Seta,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of tost.
Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $3 up.
Beaded Silk, Black Capes, al your own price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
ZT Drossuiakiiio Under Uio Management of MISS K. CLARK. 3
THE HAWAII UOLOMUA
DAILY AND WKWILY
Leading Journals in the Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Hud the largest CluMilutlon mi the Islands
mid is the Jlf-t Medium for
Mu. Tiioh. K. Naiimmi'i. will lu-ulnuill
iilitlfeiiiunls and tuuiMiet all business
Oil 111:: "llreniir lllurl," cinnci-
Nutmuu ttiul (jueeu Htleei (iipstuii).
A nKbT.CLAf-S KAMILY JtATIH.S'U
V. IteBurt ut Will MM. 'J'iiiiiicuk imtt
the KUlu, Kpculiil
nmiiu lur rillllliy
uirmii;uiiiuiiu run bo
i-u'iuuji unci I'.Naiiim;
Can be found, us usual, at his. resideneo.
Alukiuhtiiet, mm to Jliltish Club, or by
mun-ii;o at O. D. Wllliums' store, Fort
tO All work Kuuruiitt'od and vMtcd n
N-foiiil time. IVmimt uttuntion to all
oiilum. i'utiurt the I'liino for coneert of
.MuMn, the eelebiuted violinist. fiUMm ,
Vov Local iSJowri