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SCHOOL VACATION NOXIOK.
The rcgulnr Christmas vacation of nil
Public Schools In tho country, will oxtend
from FRIDAY, December !!.iul, to MON
DAY, tho bth of Jiiiiuury noxt.
By order of the Honrd of Education,
W. .IAS. SMITH,
Omco of the Board of Education, Nov.
22nd, 1S9J. giu,
THE DAILY BDLLfiTIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Partly,
But Eahiblished for the lienetlt of All.
THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 189 V.
Wo aro authorized to contrail .k-t
in tho most emphatic sonso tho sta te
inent intido in yosturdny's Star re
garding utterances of tho Qtteou On
tho question of rosloiation. Tho r
is not n word of truth, wo aro a s
surod on tho best of authority, in
the whole statement. A disgraceful
threat founded on tho fabulous state
ment appears, to its shame, iu tin.
JEWEL FAIR PLAY MISSING..
Apart from all question of the
legitimacy of its gouesis, tho Pro
visional Government has iu various
ways proved that its composition 5s
not of a higher grade than that of." li
very ordinary partisan concern, lui
nothing more has this fact heu
illustrated than iu the want of im
partiality with which tho laws aro
administered. Scandalous acts of
criminality committed by imsmbers.
of the military and police forces
have been cou toned, whilo in public i
prosecutions there have oeen Ire
quont instances where a difference
has been made according to whose
ox was gored. Tho latest instance
is given by the Holomua, being the
refusal of the Attorney-General to
allow the protection of tho law of
libel to a political opponent. Fur
ther warrants are ordered not to be
issued at the sworn complaints of
Charles B. Wilson against the editor
ofVthe Star. This is to give immu
nity to that paper in its persistent
attacks on that citizen. The Star
has in a manner taken tho law iuto
its own hands, besides violating the
tenets of legitimate jourualism iu
mukiug partial couimouts on a mat
ter that has become sub judiue, 03'
replying to arrests of its editor for
libel with repetitions of its vindic
tive charges against the complain
ant, each timo with stronger lang
uage and moie odious epithets than
before. Tho Attorney-General knows
that every distinct publication of
libellous matter is a separate offense,
for which tho author should bo au
bweiable to justify oi take the con
sequences. What right ha he, then,
to interpose his ministerial inter
dict upon the only protection the
law allows to character, public or
Another instance of gross partial
ity is given by the Holomua in the
treatment of Mr. Keiiyon. its former
editor. He was arrested for what
could only bo called hypothetical
libel until the courts had decided on
the point of law involved that Is,
the reprinting of criticism upon tho
public acts of an ollici.-jl of a foreign
country from a newspaper published
in his own country, and against
which it was not known that any
proceedings had been taken for the
same alleged libel. Wo think that
the point iu question has yet to be
decided in the Hawaiian courts.
Whether the Honolulu publication
"was libellous or not, however, there
is no reason why the editor held to
answer for it should be treated, par
ticularly before trial face to face
with his accusers, with unusual in
dignity as Mr. Kenyou was. Ho was
pearched like a common brawler or
thief and hustled into a filthy coll,
"according to instructions from
headquarters," as he was informed
officially. There he was confined,
contrary to the custom invariably
followed before and since, until his
friends found Jjail of S500 for his ap
pearance to undergo pielimiunrj
examination for committal or dis
charge. Since then there have been
several arrests of editors supporting
the Government for libel of more or
less offensive nature, but in not ono
case has the aroused been treated as
a malefactor by the authorities,
whilo in most cases not even bail
has been exacted for appearance.
In the end the Government finds it
has no case against Mr. Konyon, and
declines to prosecute him after hold
ing him under bonds fornix mouths
It would appear from these in
btancea that tho press Jaw of tho J
G. na scon in practice is on tho mild
English plan for its friends, but ou
tho harshest model of South Ameri
can dictatorship for its opponents,
A good and strong government as
this one is claimed to be- should af
ford to bo just and impartial if it
cannot bo magnanimous.
tfvery description oJOU MUXTIXQ
done at the Bulletin OJJkt.
Regular Gonornl Session of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
Tho weekly gunoral sossion of tho
Executive and Advisory Councils was
opened at 1:510 this afteruoou with
prayer. Present: l'rosidont Dole,
Ministers King, Damon and Smith;
Councillors llateh (Vice President,),
Wilder, Allen, Wntorhouso, Brown,
Tonnoy, Young, Nott, Morgan, Eua,
Dr. Uodgors, sec rotary, road tho
minutes of last mooting.
Minister Smith presented a peti
tion from respectable rosidouts of
Ivohala, playing for the restoration
to his civil rights of Torouco Ko
von, who lost thorn iu 1885. Koforred
to Judiciary Connnitteo.
Minister Damon presented tho
weekly financial statement as fol
lows: FlNMlU. STATKMENT FOB TUB WKKK
ENIiINO NoVKMDKll 22, 1M)3.
Current account balance Nov.
15, lblU 130,850 73
Fines, Tenuities and Costs.
$ iri,7i!: OS
Salaries, Incidentals, etc.
Attorney-General's Dept ...
Road tuxes to special deposit..
School tuxes '
Current account, balance.. ..
Loan Fund account, balance
Total Treasury balance, ubove
date 151,703 03
Outstanding Bonds . . . . $2,053,200 00
Treason- notes 40,000 00
Duo P. 65. Bank und 1. M. O.
notes 705,110 03
Less Louu Fund, balance.
Net indebtedness.. ..
V. H. HAHK MEMO.
;Xnt!ee.s this date of with
drawals maturing Novem
ber and December, 1S93,
und January und February,
ism $ 31,474 00
KJiis.li on hand Postal Savings
Bank this day 29,381 15
I'ltOVlSUINAL UUVMISMKKT MK.MO
Kxpcnsus 1'ruvislotuil Govern
uient to date ,
$ 159,054 21
This amount covers all expenses includ
ing military and items not appropriated
Jiy the lust Legislature.
MEMO CASH It, TREAbL'HY.
Outstanding Certificates $ 284,000 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping 28,000 00
Cash in Treasury to redeem
Certificates 284,000 00
(.'ash n band in Postal Sav
ings Bunk. . $ 20,331 15
Hoad Boaid fund in Treasury. fll,G24 03
School Board fund in Treasury 33,143 4S
Available cash as above ... 117,512 73
.$ 200,091 39
After the acceptance of his report,
Minister Damon made some remarks
on the method ho had oarly adopt
ed, of having each Department pre
sent estimates of its monthly ex
pouscs iu advance. It had been of
good service in making the" officials
careful. The estimates had iu some
cases boon exceeded, for which the
Minister gave explanations. He had
to thank Minister King and Mr.
Hassinger of the Interior Depart
ment for the pains they had taken
to keep within the estimates. By
"pursuing the methods adopted, the
object of a reduction iu expendi
tures would be facilitated. Ho
knew an estimable lady who kept
money for monthly accounts duo
"butcher, bakor and candlestick
maker" iu separate bags. This was
to some extent tho method of the
government, there being separate
funds for roads, schools, etc., so that
when the Minister of Finance had
32tti,0U0 in the treasury, he had only
?147,(X)0 at his disposal Tho Hono
lulu JJoad Board had expended
.$100,000 over which tho Minister of
Interior had not had an' control,
aud with its money all gone the
Board had incurred bills amountiug
to 88,000. His desire was to bring
this Government to. such a condi
tion that it could pay its way
promptly as obligations wore in
curred. President Dole asked for further
iudulguuco of time to the commit
tee on tho Board of Education.
Mr. Emmeluth referred to the
want of control over tho Hoad Board
mentioned by the Minister of Fiu
auce. A mechanic had made carls
for tho Road Board, which formed
tho pattern for them. Now the
Bourd was having the same carts
made iu its workshops, while the
mechanic who supplied tho pattern
was still waiting for his money.
Mr. Brown said that under the
law tho Government had no control
ovor tho Board.
Mr. Emmoluth True, but surely
tho Board is not ubove the law. It
is the treatment this mechanic was
receiving that made him kick about
the Government's management of
Prosidont Dole said it had been
under consideration of tho Execu
tive to submit an amendment to tho
Koad Board law, whereby the ac
counts of tho Board should bo sub
ject to inspection by tho Auditor
General like other accounts.
There being no business on the
table tho Councils wont into execu
tive session at 2 o'clock.
JUST OUOWN ATTHK AHIUMAMI
hunch, u choice growth at
New England Sorghum Seed
For bulu In lots lo nuit, by
New Bridge on Kauai.
The now bridge being built at
Wailua, Knuni, will be finished iu
about a vvoek. Mr. Carter, who
superintended tho wooden work, has
completed his contract, ami tho
steol fastenings are being put iu.
On Friday Inst, the hummer on tho
pile driver (hopped overboard while
it was being used on the pilos. Tho
shock threw four of the workmen
overboard, gitiug thorn nothing
worse than a drenching. The ham
mer was recovered after no little
Rooms to lot with board at llani
For Now Silks and Infauts' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
Dr. K. I. Mooro, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street i'arlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Berotauia street, near Emma.
Soft soap in quantities to suit, for
sale by Tho Houolulu Soap Work
Co. M. V. McChosuoy At Sons,
Cnu. Herskixd and J. MuMuurin,
Piano Tuners and Teachers, Pen
hallow House, Berotauia street. Mu
tual telephone 611. Lessons given
on Piano for beginners aud practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
will be promptly attended to.
Hawaiian Opera House
Amateur : :
WM.L OIVK THKIR F1KST PER
Box Plan onon at L. J. lvey'B on
FRIDAY, at 9 a. ru.
Golden Me Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
When you have goods which
the people want, the best way is
to advertize so thut thoy the
people, can read, mark, learn
and inwardly digest, what you
have to advertise. Our
Catalogue of Books, Etc
forwarded with lust Saturday's
Bulletin, has already brought
its results. About our
We have not not imported any"
trash. Everything is good aud
Everybody admits so far thut
are the best and
able in price.
Our DIARIES for
all reudv to sell. Our
include the latest und best.
Do not forget our little CABI
NET SOUVENIR. Just tho
tiling to send to friends abroad,
price 15 cents.
A lino display of Dolls' Fur
uituie and Tea Sets.
Never was u nicer line of
with Solid Silver Ornaments, of
fered tho public, aud mind you
they are not at jewellers' figures
A pretty display of Vases,
Cups and Saucers, etc.'
A good line of Portfolios, Cro
quet, Lawn Tennis and Base
ALL FOR GASH ONLY.
CEVEIIAL KXl'KltlKNOKU HANDB
O tit I'rensnmliing. Apply at Mrs. Mel
lib' DresHiuaklnu KbtahlUnnient.
(JOMK LIVINU CAltPri FOR BREED.
) lug, KKJ Itliin Hawaiian Cocmuititi for
hinting. K. LINDEMANN,
Will I u ii, KhuuI
Daily Bulletin, f0 orrU a month,
Saturday, Nov. IS, 1898.
If newspapers can make
things lively no one can com
plain of dull times now. Last
Tuesday we had the largest
days' business since the store
was first opened and as our
sales have been uniformly
large from the beginning this
means something. Just how
trade will be affected by the
"contingency" that has arisen
is hard to tell, but the impres
sion among business men is
that it's going to "drap." It
is unfortunate that anything
should have occurred to delay
the settlement of affairs be
cause a settlement is what is
wanted to restore confidence
abroad as well as at home.
No matter upon which side of
the fence the pear drops one
political faction is going to be
disappointed. It is not prob
able that the policy of Mr.
Cleveland is such that both
sides will be satisfied and as
one is to be happy, the other
not, it is unfortunate that the
strain upon the public mind is
to continue for several weeks.
In the meanwhile our lives and
property, and we trust our
minds, are to be protected
from seen or unforeseen foes.
An assurance which the peo
ple will receive with joy, par
ticularly when it is considered
that the men on both sides
have been so mild in their
arguments that there has not
been even a bloodied nose as
the result of the revolution.
When we mentioned mud
last week in connection with
mats, we had no idea that the
rain would continue falling to
such an extent that there
would be a big sale of Hart
mann steel mats. Mud makes
the demand and the more mud
the greater th" demand. For
tunately our stock of wire
mats as well as cocoa mats is
large enough to meet all de
Cleanliness is next to soap.
We handle Colgates, best qua
lity toilet soap and sell it at
prices which make other deal
ers blush first and then turn
green with envy. Blush be
cause of their assurance in
asking such high prices and
turn green at the way our
stock meets the approval of
our customers. Have you ever
tried Colgates' cashmere bou-
Ten tons of wire shipped
last Tuesday to people who in
tend building locked fences and
save money. Two good things
they wanted and knew where
to get them wire and stays.
Of course among people who
are not particular as to econ
omy in anything the old fash
ioned post and wire fence is
good enough. It increases
the sales of the man who deals
in posts as well as he who sells
wires. Our only surprise is
that such philanthropists don't
import nails so they can make
post and rail fences such as are
used in the effete East. It's a
good way to get rid of money.
But if you want to save, and
the stringency in the financial
market warrants everyone
keeping his hand upon his
purse, a locked fence is as
good as a savings fund.
While the weather is bad
for painting the cloudy day is
a good one on which to con
template the colors you will
use in painting your house.
We have color cards which we
will be pleased to send you,
illustrating the shades of the
Hendry ready mixed paints.
You already know that these
paints cover more space than
any other brand of prepared
paint, and we assure you that
their brilliancy will outlast all
others, If, when you open a
can, you find it unsatisfactory,
send it back and we will re
fund your money. We guar
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OpHjslt Hpreckels' Illook,
H07 FORT STREET.
Australian Veterinary Establishment, Syd
ney, H. S. Yl.
I txko pleasure In announcing that I
lmve established an Agency in Hono
lulu (or the sale of my wull-knowu
Heuiedlos, and have, appointed Mb.
Chrknok W. MAcrABLANE my 8ole
A pent for the Hawaiian Islands and
IBIgnedl JOHN POTTIK,
F. E. V. M. B.
Galling attention to tho above
announcement, I beg to inform
plantation owners, ranchers and
the public generally that 1 am
now in full supply of all of Dr.
Pottio's Celebrated Remedies, to
gether with his treatises on tho
principles of doctoring animals
und the remedies to be used.
Dr. Pottie stands pre-eminently
at the head of the veteri
nary profession and his leading
remedies are known throughout
the whole civilized world. No
system known has shown such
splendid results. During the 20
years in which Dr. Pottie has
had charge of the Government
stables of New South Wales not
a single death occurred. Dur
ing the outbreak of "Pink Eye"
in Australia over .(50,000 worth
of horses were lost, but of the
cases treated by Dr. Pottie's re
medies I.KSS THAN ONB l'KKCKNT
DiHD. Last year over 7,000,000
animalb were treated by Dr.
Pottie and his corps of assis
tants, which will alford some
idea of the magnitude of his
business and the efficiency and
popularity of his remedies.
Special cases of assorted re
medies can be had at prices
ranging from $" to $150, suit
able for plantations, stables and
nineties; tneso remedies keep
I especially call attention to
Dr. Pottie's celebrated aud un
failing remedy for Mange, which
is so widely prevalent among
horses in these Islnnds at thiu
time. I regard this as a certain
cure, and can show testimonials
for cures already effected of
very aggravated cases.
The following comprise some
of the principal Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Dog and Pig Remedies,
njuck DuukIuu Oil,
Ort't-n Healing Lo
tion, lllack Healing Lo
ton, Mange Liniment,
Golilen 1( lister.
1 Heal All, or Uoldeu
I Worm Powders,
i Mange I'owdern,
i Worm Ball.
Condlt on Ball,
' Gr tie and Colic
i Congh Mixture,
null and nlionlder I furgatlve Powder
Ul;illUbll M UtWCi
RQUATTU1I8' P.EMEDIES(inbulk form).
Pleura Drench, for
mixing with drink
for mixing with
Red Water Drench
Stud Cattl- Calving,
Scour in Calves,
Hoven Powder, for
Condiment for Sym
metry, Cases of AHsorted Remedies in bottlon,
from 5 to 'J0, with printed pamph-
letH o'i Dlueuse, Breeding and
Tape Worm Speci-
Halt Bush Lick,
Medicate t Prevent-
i.iini;, Bowela and , ive L'ck,
Kiduev, i Foot Hot D'p Pow-
Fluko and Liver der,
Remedies, i Foot Rot Hand
Catarrh in Sheep, Dressing.
DUBLIN AND GLASGOW HORSE AND
For Brood Mated,
For Stud Cattle,
tion, Trainers' Jjixatlvo
Trainers' Skin and
These are all Special Remedies for Puie
Rred Animals, and adapted for the
Peculiar Condition of the
Farmers' Heal All,
Case of Assorted
All Island onlera nrniimtlv nl.
tended to and muupbleti containing full
information will be sent on application.
C. W. MACKAULANK,
WJ Hule AytM fur Dr. fvttU, u
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort Se Hotol Streets,
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great Many - Specialties
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
A.T COCm OCc. n-nd. OOc.
k Full Line of Mia Silk
IK A I.I. (JO 1.0 ItS
-A.T CO CEHTO.
Extra Value in Boys' Waists
WHITE AND COLORED.
ai.o I'trr nozasti
Flannellette Boys' Waists
fik.X.X. .A.T 2S CE1TTS.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
EVEKY PAIK WARRANTED
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery'
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
S-T HJi.EO -A. PAIR
PL.EASK ALSO REMEMBKR THAT 1 CARRY A
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
WHICH 1 AM
Br I IKTVITE nSTSIFEJOTIOlSr &
Corner Fort and Hotol Sts.,
AVE HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM THE
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
These French Brushes are celebrated the "World over for
their Excellence ok Fixish and Durability,
and cost you xo more than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5S3 JPort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE SALE OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uiirle Sam" Wine Cellar, Napa City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San Jot, Cul,, U, S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
Amr.rim' Fiwat Production, liich and Mellow,
Spruance. Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whiaky,
Uniform and Jleliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Priiwt of Summer Drinkt,
' These Uoods are Guaranteed
tale at Very Keasouuble Prices,
Mutual Tklkmionb BOS
NEW NOVELTIES IN
100 Doz. White Hemstitched at 6c.
200 Doz. Colored Bordered at So.
EXTRA VALUE IN
Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1.00 riorcet can't be boat.
SPECIAL WW PRICES IN
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
AND FUI.l, LINK OF
House Furnishing Goods
I ixm offering at BED ROOK PRICES.
.HIST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
o tt Trrjx isr s
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Boys' Knee Pants
-6.T 6S C3STra.
tcp t t r xir
XL Jj JL O XI ,
.... Honolulu, H. I.
E3TOY &, CO.
Klrit - clam In erurv maix'i'l und um ntt'r1 U
Post OmoK Box 1U7