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The following pergonw have been
duly appointed us Awssois of Taxes
in the Kingdom for the yenr 1SS8 :
Honolulu (.'. A. lliown
Ewn and "Wainnae .S. .1. Mnikni
Waialua K. Hooknno
Koolaulon J. r. lumwnlu
Kooliuipoko Win. llcnry
jLahainu.. . .. . .T.K.Evans
"Wailuku . . . . W. F. Mossnnnn
Makawao.. . . L. A. Andrews
liana. . . .1. K. llanuna
Molokai and Lanui . . 51. Kane
Hilo .A. I). Loebonstcin
North Hilo Frank l'ahia
North Kohala W. .1. Wright
South Kohala J. Kani
North Kona . . . .J. H. Waipuilani
Soiith Kona Alolalo
IGau Ed. Smith
'Puna O. T. Sliimnan
Hanalci . .
Niihau . . .
. . . S. Kaiu
. V. II. Willis
. . A. K. Mika
... L. II. Slol.
.. .las. Hatfield
. .M. W. Kcale
Minister of Finance.
Treasury Dciit., .lime 25, 1S88.
rX" XI 12
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Silt established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JULY 0, 1888.
THE POi BILL AGAIN.
The bill to regulate the manufac
ture of poi in the city of Honolulu
came up yesterday, and, after some
amendments were introduced, pass
ed its second reading, lint, we un
derstand that the clause which ord
ers the constiuction of a building
by the Government for the manu
facture of poi. to be lcnted in sec
tions to manufacture! s, is retained.
This is really the one blemish of the
bill that wants striking out.
It is generally believed ly the
tax-payers that the revenue of the
country is insulllcicnt even for all
the necessary public works, and yet
the Legislature seems disposed to
appropriate a sum of money for an
undertaking that is outside of gov
ernmental duties and distinctly
within the limits of piivate enter
prise. "Will the Lcgislatuie kindly
vote a sum of, say, twenty-five dol
lars, for making's, cesspool in our
back yard? AVc will guarantee a
moderate interest on the investment,
handing over surplus copies of the
Legislative report of 188G as secur
ity. The manufacture of the poi with
which Honolulu is supplied is al
most entirely in the hands of China
men, and they arc quite able to
build their own poi factories. It is
in the province of Government to
prevent such factories being esta
blished in places where they consti
tute nuisances, and to prevent their
being nuisances airywhcrc. This is
all that is required of the Govern
ment in the matter. No doubt,
John would be very glad to get a
convenient poi factory at public ex
pense, and the Bui.i.miN would be
pleased to get a cesspool on the
same terms ; but the poi man has no
more right to be accommodated than
- SHALL FORT STREET HAVE A
The franchise of the Hawaiian
Tramway Company the company
' at present engaged in laying a tram
v ."iiL n Honolulu does not confer
authorft-Kto construct a line along
Port Blroeth"' Giibble, the com
pany's rcpresentUiiyc is endeavor
, ing to secure pevndhsioiN lo include
the last named street, and "litfiSiul
dressed a circular to tlio bubineHsl
people and otherb on that street re
lative to the matter.
Wo presume that if the peoplo
most concerned, that is the peoplo
whose places of business or privato
residences arc along tho lino of that
thoroughfare, wish to have the tram
way pass their doors, tho Govern
ment can have no objection. And
it Is only natural to suppose that
"the peoplo most concerned" are
desirous that tho tramway should
run along Fort street, because that
means promotion of their business
interests and an addition to their
' private conveniences. On tho other
hand, to exclude the IrnnAvay from
tlmt street, while it passes nlong the
nearest streets on cither ido run
ning parallel with it, would be a di
version of Irnflle and n consequent
injury to the business of that local
ly. Rational business men arc not
liable to be bo blind to their own in
terests as to object to being taken
into the tramways system.
The circular just now refencil to
contains a diagram of Fort sttect,
shoeing that there is abundance of
space in the narrowest part for the
largest size cairiages to pas'! on
cither side of the tramcar. As to
the lails being an obstruction to
general tralllc, ntiyono who will take
the trouble to inspect the com
mencement of the company's line on
King sticct, wheic the linishing
stroke has been lidded, will sec that
there is not the slightest giound for
objection on this seoie. Looked at
from any standpoint, there should
be a icady willingness to grant per
mission to take Fort street into the
THE AUDITOR-GENERAL'S REPORT.
The biennial repoit of the Minis
ter of Finance to the Legislature,
presented early in the present ses
sion, suggests "whether it might not
be wiser, and be a saving of ex
pense, to revert to the system of
making the Ministers responsible for
the proper expenditure of the re
venues, and more especially the
Minister of Finance. "When Minis
ters arc so entirely under the conliol
of and lcsponsibie to the Legisla
ture, as our Constitution now pro
vides, it would seem to be quite safe
to leave to them the disposal of the
Public Moneys in accordance with
the appiopiiations voted by the Le
gislature." We wcie a little impressed with
this suggestion at the time the re
poit appeared, but did not then see
the reason for it. A few days ago
the Auditor-Gcncial's repoit was
presented to the House in piintcd
fioni, and this explains all. Matteis
have not been miming altogether
smoothly between the Cabinet and
the Auditor-Geneial, judging fioin
the latter's report, which is a vei
racy document. It is not at all
sui prising that Ministeis should pre
fer not to 'be impeded in the dis
bursement of public funds by such
obstacles as an audit Act may
When we consider that two years,
or nearly so, intenciic between the
sessions of the Legislature, we aic
not so sure that "it would seem to
be quite safe to leave to them (Min
isters) the disposal of the public
moneys in accordance with the ap
piopiiations voted by the Legisla
ture." AVc shall have nioro to say
upon this subject and the Auditor
Geneial's report later on.
Mtwmyt t-AMW J Af A7rJ
C1LEAN RAGS and fccoiuI hand
clothing will tic giatefully lctuiv
ul for llie use of the inmates of the
Branch Hospital for Lqicii at KaUaako,
or at the Leper Scttlment on Molokai,
if left wltli J. T. AValeiliouse, jr., at the
Queen Mieet Store. t&f tf
HAWAIIAN Kiult&TaroC'j. Gen.
tlemun: I Iiqvp made a chemical
examination of the sample of Tnio riour
which you have Fubnntted to me and
find that same is cntiicly free fiom any
injurious tubstnnco whatever. Yours
vny truly, Geo. T. Smith, Aimlytt.
Honolulu, Juno 1, 18S8. 71 lm
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Leyey.
Regular JM Sale !
To-morrow, Jnly 7,
AT lO O'CMICK A. 31.,
At iny Salerooms comer of Queen and
Fort i-trictf, I will t-ell at
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Crockery i Glutswarc, Hib Sugfir,
Tolatoci fc Onions, Cs Kcro-cne Oil
& B, M. Boap, Lamps, Cutleiy, Gio-
cerics, etc , etc. Also,
Household Furniture !
And a variety of PLANTS from tho
well-known nuuciy of A. Cuiiho,
and a PONY Fiiitnblo for a boy or
gill; bouml, kiml niul gentle. Also,
A Good Spanish Bridle & Saddle
8(1 It A lie ionoer.
AOOLI) Seaif I'in on JU'ictanla
street, at or near tho Honolulu
Wiles' Armory, on tho 4th Inst. A
reward will ho given on leturnint,' tho
same to this ofllce. 80 U
AT tho bull on July 4th, atthoAi
mory, a Pin. Owner can have
same by giving description and paying
cot. Apply at this ofllce. 80 at
SVITAIILH men to tale the names
ami nridrcfcf-ex of Honolulu Kubl
deuls for the Honolulu 13iisIulfs Dlieu
tory, Apply to
J. E. UltOWN t CO.,
80 t Agents,
Auction Salos by Jamos F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, July iOtli, '88,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
Attic irsidence of Mr. E. H.lturrell,
corner of luikul and Tort streets,
Wnginr J'ieinisp, I will cli
ut Tub 1c Auction,
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
1 New Upholstered Bed Lounge,
Wicker Bookers, Large Centei Hug,
inker Horkcre, Oil Paintings,
B. W. Marble top Table
i Antique Oak Bedroom Set 1
Woven Wh c 3Inttrai,
llali MnttrabS. Fcilhor Pillow?,
Pie tin e Finnic,
1 Uiover V linker bowing Machine,
Oie PaiuM BuOroom Set !
11. V. JXtcnsion Dining Table,
li. W Cane Seat (.hair?,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 New Rival nant;u,
Meat Safe, &e &c.
JAS. ?. MORGAN,
Sale of Jb Vessels
By oidi i (!' W . F. Alit.ii nn ' .1 1 Dt.w.
SCtl, .Vi-sigHLCs (if t if iill'ilviupt
l.btite of Hie Picille X.ii.
g iiion Co., 1 will fell at
On SATURDAY, July Mill, 88,
at i-i o'clock, xoo.v,
At my Silo-iooin, Qvcn Mreet, the fol
low inir dierum! e--c'b:
The stmr Surprise,
134 0:2-100 ton, with Machinery
in goiil oidei.
45010'ij to'is TliU ve-;cl ran he
got lea'ly for a at a smnll
The sclir CANUTE, 108 96-100 tons,
" YAIHALU, 55 69-100 tons,
" WAILELE, 45 78-100 tons,
" WAIOLI, 40 06-100 tons,
" WAIEHU, 60 37-95 tons,
TeritKe An Hon, 95 15-96 tons
En 'li vessel lit coniplel" ret of SaiK,
Ane'iiii-, Chan s 1 l.o.n, Ac, iSc
rlho aboo Vi"-sels me well Known in
the coi'tin ir.uie, and oiler ti (ksiiahle
chance to btiyeih. t
C2?li'or fuitliL"' pailiculars applj' to
the A-Mgnee-', or to
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
81 til Aiicllniicir.
Hflilnlu Eili Go. No. 1.
AIlKreitllKI) meetinu of Honolulu
i:m;iiii! Co No 1, -will be held
at tin- Engine Houm' THIS (Friday)
I0VKNINO, July C, 18SS, at 7:P0 o'clock.
Election of olllecrs ami other important
laisliicfs. A full allemhiucc of members
l'y oidei of tho Fnrcninn.
8G U Secirtary, 11. E. Co No. 1.
pKGULAIt Mnnthlv MecliiiB of En.
Xli glue Co No. 2 will be held at their
Hull, ut 7:1)0 nVWk THIS i Friday)
EVEN1XO. Ah hi mbii are requested
C. .1. MrCAltTIlY,
i vis iT.
IAVISII tfi it the gontlt'iiinii that bor
lowed my lillo at the II It. A.
linage, in the "Cili.en Shooting Jlateh"
would return it ns ho promised.
Per 'U, T. llryunl' and 'Discovery' a
large quantity of
Wiiich we ofToi at Low Prices at our
bloie ou Queen Btreet, build
ing Intel v occupied by
m uiwm & co.
TVTIl. TIioioas SoieiiBon -will ct for
1X me In ull h'Ubloet-B matur umUr u
lull power of attorney under duto of
Juuo ai, 3888.
OALI3B II. 13AU1UTT.
Honolulu, Juno til, 1886. 85 lw
i.. t"i -t ..r..
ft r-' "ir!-- J'
lew Goods ! Lowest Prices !
Itrcucr ItlocU, SOU Fort
The Largest Stock and the Lowest Prices in the Kingdom.
San Francisco Prices The
Newspapers & Magazir
Kept on hand and delivered to any part on
arrival of the steamer.
aiest Line of Paper
Artistic Stationery, Art Goods,
And ARTISTS' MATERIALS !
SjrCall and inspect our Stock and learn our priccggS
We wish you to call whether you wish to purchase or not.
"W. H. GrRABNHALGII,
SCSStorc open every evening after July 1st, till 8 :30
o'clock. Saturdays till 9 p. m. 83 lw
s. . ." . . To y ! t . & .
t. . Timor.
St. near Hotel, Honolulu.
News Department. All the
and Novels in town.
10G Fort St., Honolulu, II. I.
IUiir up the IjmUch Ai (xciittcmcu of Honolulu !
King up lu." Hoys & ftirls!!
KIiir up the Rtibioh!!!
Iting up Kvcryhiuly till over Hawaii Kei!!!!
ESLLO, HELLO, I
Tell Em All, that
dAiV &$ P
HAVE Ol'ENEl) THEIR
lew Caiy Factory & Elegit CaMy Store
On Xlotol HtiH-ct, Now Ileuwcr liloolc,
Whcie they will manufacture and sell the FINEST and CHOICE
FRENCH AND HOME-MADE CANDIES,!
Fresh Candies made every day.
An Elegant Assoitineut of FANCY CANDY & BON-RON,
HOXES it NOVELTIES always on hand,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks
Of all kinds scicd fioni the most unique fcoda fountain in the city.
fl3Candhs caiefully packed for shipment to the other I&lands.
sVJC10X-.ISVXj13 & KlSa-' AIL :
King! Ring! I Keep on Ringing and call at
Pt7 ' "" 1 V3
On Saturday Evening, July 7th,
A Dramatic Entertainment will be gicn
by Olllccrs of H. M. B. Comoiant
and Lrulics of Honolulu, in
aid of tlio
Britisli BenevolBut Sotfily,
Under patronage of Ills Majesty
To commence with a Comedietta,
Which will he followed by J. 5,1.
Slot toil's Farce,
" Aunt Charlotte's Maid
The programme will lie preceded
by the Modem Tableau,
And conclude with tho Classical
Tableau (by rcqueet),
The Yestal Virgins"
Piescuted by Amiit-'uis of Honolulu.
IMIICJSS A.H UHTJA.J-,.
Doors Open 7:30 "tDaCSTCommonco at 0.
Tlehetsat A.5I, HettcttV.
opens Friday, ai 1 1 a. m
nPHK interest of 5lr JI. 51'icluilane,
X in the firm of . y, 5laefaihuiu &
Co., ccates from this dnte.
G. W. 51AOFAHLANK & CO.
Honolulu, June 18, 1888. M lw
XX SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill,
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
Daily Bulletin CO cts per month
1 ill I - IJ PLTl II
A 51 AX and wife wants a situation
in a privato family. The man to
do yaid woik and the woman to nursa.
Apply to "Uaihcr fehop," 88 King street.
. 8.1 lw
"- " ' ' I I ! , ....
VTUSIC furnished for ball?, parties
LtJL and Fcreundcs by Palmer's Siring
Hand. Orders left at C. E. Williams',
or ring up Mutual Telephone 330. 74 tf
Mil. Geo. W. Burgess hns full power
of attorney for 5rr, X. F. Bur
gebs, dining tho latter's absence from
the Kingdom. 83 lw
rpiIE premitoi known as
ag JL Blnger's Bakeiy, includ.
aaS ing hakery. store. 4 cottiiccs.
etc., for a term of years ou easy terms
to a good icnant. Apply to 5Ir. O.
Brown, vr T. W ltawhns, at tho Ha.
wiiibin Soap Works. 84 tf
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
JOHN 5IoLANK has, removed his
tf llhioksinlihing Kbtiihlishmcut to
Foil strett, opposite Hopper's Mill,
where hu will be glad to see his old
friends and new ones. 78 lm
Has moved from the coiner of Itlcliard
mid Queen stteets to
No. SI 6 King Street
(Formerly Butleis' Place),
Whcro tho Bakory will be carried on as
85 heietoforo. 8m
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertieo It iu the Daily Bulletin
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