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Notice to Porsonal Tax-payors
The tindersigncd Assessors and
Collectors of Taxos for the Gennral
Taxation Divisions of the Kingdom
would rapctfully call the attention
of the tax-payers to the New Lair in
regard to the payment of personal
taxes, Section 58a, Chapter 68 of the
Session Laws of A. D. 1888.
"All personal taxes shall be due
and payable on and after the 1st day
f July of each year, and may be
collided by the proper officers at
any time after such datt."
0. A. BROWN, Assessor !c Col
lector of Taxes, 1st Division.
H. G. TREADWAY, Assessor A.
Collector of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor &. Col
lector of Taxes, 3rd Division.
J. K. FARLEY, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 4th Dhision.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But ettablished for the htntfit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1889.
The most important matters in
foreign news by the steamship Ma
riposa are summarised elsewhere.
After the ideas of the United States
Government regarding Samoa had
Ibeen carried triumphantly at Ber
lin, the conference adjourned to
await approval or otherwise of the
protocol by the three Powers. One
of the saddest pieces of news re
ceived in a long while is that of the
appalling disaster in Pennsylvania.
It is most terrible to think that the
authorities permitted such a danger
to hang over so manj' peaceful homes,
the dam being a ridiculously light
concern to hold such a prodigious
body of water. The danger was
"well known, because it is related
that the dam was inspected fre
quently, on that account, by engin
eers. Something like a war scare
has bean worked by the despatoh of
three British warships to Behring
Sea, but the incident is not regard
ed as warlike by officials either Am
erican or British so far as reported.
Of course the best news for these
islands is that sugar keeps at high
By Galileo II.
"Pele was angry." Yes, but it
was at the Kaimiloa for going into
opposition to her old name-sake.
The new cars on the tramway have
seats for 28 passengers. When pro
perly stevedored they will carry,
standing, 28 more on the footboard,
28 between seats and 14 in the aisle.
The driver and conductor will make
up the hundred, and about ten more
may be accommodated at the ends.
All aboard for the races, ladies and
I was in a newspaper office the
other day when the editor received
a message that he was a coward for
haying struck out some personalities
from a communication. The editor
authorized the messenger to ask the
correspondent what the latter should
be called, then, for attacking other
people under cover of an anonymous
Politics are too still to keep sweet
long. This is probably because
those who loved Reform more than
all for reciprocal favors, only to be
jilted by the gentle maiden at last,
have settled down into morose re
signation until the primaries be con
vened in 1890. While this class
had tho floor people who only want
ed to seethe country well governed
had no chanco to get in a word.
Since it has relapsed into innocuous
desuetude there is a clearing of the
air which allows the working of
that eternal vigilance that is said to
toe the price of liberty. Larboard
watch ahoy !
It makes me tired to hear so much
talk about the "missionaries" and
the "missionary party." All the
missionaries that I know to be in
the country are the venerable Dr.
Smith (retired), Dr. Hyde, princi
pal of the native preachers' college ;
JRev, Mr. Wcstervelt, just sent out
from the States j Mr, Dtvuion, miw
sionnry to the Chinese j tlio clorgy
of tho Catholio mission, nnd the
Mormon hustlers. Do these consti
tute tho missionary party ? Arc they
in control of public affairs? Gen
tlemen, quit nonsense and proceed
to business, if you 'wish to help tho
country to prosper. Missionaries'
sons and sons' sons arc no more mis
sionaries than actors' descendants
arc actors, and the good book says
nothing about hereditary seats in
the kingdom of heaven. Let us treat
politics on their merit9 and cease
promoting unnatural divisions among
those who desire to have the country
gjtferned lu simplicity, economy and
I hear of great dissatisfaction
with their contingent in the Legis
lature among the masses on the is
land of Hawaii. They have in many
places little or nothing to see of re
formation in their roads and bridges
for all the grand promises that were
made. Parsons and other dudes
were placed on road boards in some
districts, where there was a little
mouey to spend but which they
made "ducks and drakes" of. It
is to bo hoped that the wise men of
Hawaii will be prepared to sacrifice
political friends and local nabobs
rather than their country at the
elections. That is, that they will
acknowledge the justice of evident
facts and by judicious placing of
their influence endeavor to secure
legislative representatives who will
do right by their constituents with
out regard to party lines. Other
wise, they may wake up to find
themselves misrepresented by men
who only antagonized previous
wrongs to be put in a position where
they will be powerless to correct the
negative evil of neglect, besides be
iug tools to inflict positive and per
haps irreparable injury upon the
country. In other words, beware
of the fire in vaulting out of the fry
ing pan, O guileless fish!
The now native paper "Ohio,"
or whatever you call it is follow
ing the same course as that in which
several predecessors smashed them
selves on the rocks of stupiditj. It
is grubbing along the lines of the
"good old daze" when life Nobles
were ignoble enough to sell their in
dependence for foreign missions or
other favors in the perspective. I
am told that in one issue the editor
said that if Hawaiians had been
possessed of like pluck with the
Samoans, a certain state of affairs
would not have been thus. Now the
"thus" business was about as bad
as it could be for a good many
people ; but it was no worse, in its
most questionable features, than
many a preceding turn in Hawaiian
affairs. Good or bad, however, it
cannot possibly be recalled, and
only those who wish to write them
selves down as demagogues of the
baser sort will try to stir up dead
issues. If "Ohio," or "I-owe-you,"
or whatever its name, wishes to be
useful, it must deal squarely with
the questions of to-day and let the
day before yesterday care for the
things of itself. Manly opposition
to the present administration may
not only be wholesome in its effects
for the present, but be very useful
in impressing on the electoral mind
the duty of securing a Legislature
that will pass with strict impartiality
upon the standing and record of any
Cabinet and every Minister.
The 58,000 postmasters of the
United States have been ordered,
by circular letter from Postmaster
General Wanamaker, to furnish the
Census Commissioner with such
statistics as he may request, so far
as they can do so without interfer
ence with their regular duties. This
is one of the first steps taken in the
mighty work of compiling the cen
sus of the Union due in 1891.
S. S. KINAU.
The steamship Kinau arrived this
morning from windward with 40
cabin and 119 deck passengers; also
a large cargo of freight including
12,855 bags of sugar. Purser Beck
ley reports line weather along tho
route, plenty of sugar awaiting ship
ment at Ililo and Mahukona but no
vessels to carry it.
R. M. S. MARIPOSA.
The Royal Mail Steamship Mari
posa, Capt. H. M. Hayward, ar
rived at 8:30 o'clock this morning,
after a quick passage of seven days
six hours from San Francisco. She
left the wharf at tho latter place at
midnight June 1st and discharged
pilot at 2:17 a. m., Sunday, June
2d. Had light N. E. winds and
smooth sea during the entire pass
age. She brought as passengers
for Honolulu 42 cabin and 13 in the
sUerage and has in transit for the
Colonies 26 cabin and 31 Bteernge.
The Mariposa sails for the Colonies
A aeries of bold robberies was
committed hero on Mouday nlirht
last. Mr. Landgraff's house was
entered while lie was sleeping, and
two silver watches and sovon dollars
in coin wore stolon. Tho coin was
in his pauts pookct and one of the
watches was attached to a chain in
his vest pocket. They took the
watch and left the chain. The
other watch was in a tablo drawer.
Mr. Landgraff knew nothing of tho
robbery until he awoke the next
morning and found these things
The same night the houso of
Manuel Perreira was entered and a
trunk containing some clothing and
$33 in coin hiken out; the trunk
was afterwards found in some cac
tus plants with the contents rifled.
There was another trunk in the
house in which was 300, but the
thieves did not get at it. They
also tried to break into the house
of Manuel Scares on the same night,
but the noise of a crowbar being
used on the door awoke the occu
pant and the thieves were scared
The sugar season is about over
in this district. Hauiakuapoko fin
ished grinding last Monday and
Paia will finish on Monday or Tues
The weather is warm and dry, and
the country is sadly in need of rain.
Since writing tho above another
attempt at house breaking and rob
bery has been made, this time at
the house of the Portuguese stable
men on Paia plantation. The at
tempt was made about 4 o'clock on
Friday morning just after the man
had gone to work. The thief suc
ceeded in making an entrance and
also breaking open a trunk, but was
run out by the stableman's wife
before he had time to steal any
thing. In his hurry he left a pair
of gray slippers and a crowbar six
inches long behind him. Before
tho woman could give the alarm he
however got away. N.
Paia, June 6th.
Lost or Mislaid.
CERTIFICATE No. 241 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone Stock standing
in the name of C. K. Stillman, on which
transfer has heen stopped. Finder please
return to Mr. O. K. Stillman or to the
Bulletin Office. 271d.93w-tf
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
MR. E. C. HOWE, Painter, has
moved his place of business into
the building lately occupied by the
Pacific Hose Co., King street, near Fort.
ALL parties -wishing to erect Booths
or Sell Refreshments at Kapiolani
Park on June 11th must obtain permits
from W. M. GIFFAKD,
266 lw Secretary K". P. A.
WHEAT HAY !
Kanaku Ranch, Vaialua,
FOR 8ALE BT
CASTLE & COOKE.
IN consequence of tho great crush in.
variably experienced at the Ticket
Ofllce at Kapiolani Park, it has been
decided to sell tickets at our office on
Saturday and until 4 r. m. on Mondoy,
Juno 10th. Prices are as follows:
General Admission GO cents.
Grand Stand, extra $1 00.
Public Stand, " 50 cents.
Carriages $2 50.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
270 2t 28 Merchant street.
I 1th of June
"The Elite Ice Cream Parlors"
Will have a Refreshment Bland at Ka.
plolani Park, right opposite
tho main gate.
Lunches. Ice Cream and Ice Drinks I
270J BQTEvcrything FirBt-class-a I3t
I Ith JUNE !
Races ! Races !-a Races !
TIIB Pantheon Stables
Busses will run to
Kapiolani Park on tho 11th
of Juno. Leaving Messrs. J. E. Brown
& Co.'s ofllco, at 7:80 i. m., and every
half hour after.
FA-KOE, . i HO CENTS.
gr Tickets can bo obtained at the
Pantheon Stables or at Messrs. J. E.
Brown & Co. 267 Ot
auction Bales by Lewis i, Lsvey,
Assignee's Salo of
By order of Louis T. Valentine, As.
elgnco of the Bankrupt Estato of W. It.
Buchanan, I will soil at Public Auction
at his residence, Bcrctanla street,
On Thursday, June 13,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 311.,
The Wholo of tho Household Furniture
Belonging to snid Estate, con
i B.W. Parlor Snitein Hair Cloth
1 Leather Covered Dining-room Suite,
1 Black Wolnut Bedroom Set,
Largo and Small Rugs,
Engravings and Pictures,
Chandeliers & Clocks !
Curtains nnd Cornices,
Rattan Choirs, &c, &c.
1 PHAETON & HAENESS
1 Share Kaplolanl Park Association.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
271 St Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the
undersigned has distrained the
goods and chattels of Chung Lung,
Nuuanu street, for arrears of rent, and
that tho said goods and chattels will be
sold at Public Auction, at the Salcsroi m
of Jas. F. Morgan, Honolulu, on SATUR.
DAY, June 15th, at 10 o'clock A. M , to
satisfy said arrears of rent.
LIST OF AKTICLE3:
1 roller, 1 cutter, 1 roller, 5 tools, 1 long
cutter, punches and chisels, 1 vise, 1 pipe
holder, 1 square, 3 anvils, 1 set mallets,
1 pipe cutter, (5 cc. irons, 2 hammers, 1
wrench, 1 pair cutters, 8 tongs, 1 shovel,
1 crow bar, 0 dust piuis, 20 dish pans, 4
kettles, 4 dishes, 18 kettles, 11 milk pans,
7 milk pans, 0 milk cans, 4 torches.
PERSONS requiring Pasture for a
limited number of horses can get
same by applying to
266 lw JOnN F. COLBURN.
Just Arrived !
AN INVOICE OF
Imported Direct from Havana.
A Delicious Summer Drink I
Delivered at 60 and 75 cts per dozen.
Tahiti Lemonade Works
J. E. BROWN & Co.,
2071 23 Merchant Street. lm
Butter & Cheese !
Just received per 8. S. Ijealandia a
FRESH BUTTER & CHEESE 1
This Butter has been carefully se
lected from the
Choicest Tarauaki Dairies
And will be found to contain an
article of superior quality
FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Agent for the Taranaki Butter
Tho Flue Al ttteauinhln
"City of Peking,"
Of tho Paciflo Mali Steamship Coin.
pany will bo duo at Honolulu
from San Francisco on
June 9, 1889,
And will leave for the abovo ports on
or about that date.
tSTFor freight or passage apply to
H. HACKPELD & Co.,
80S Ot Agenti.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Races io Commonco at 10 o'clock a. m.
OOlctnl Programme t
1st QUEEN'S PLATE, $100.
Free for all.
J mile dash.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING RAOE. 1 mile dash.
Hawaiian bred horses, owned by
members of tho Jockey Club. Cup
to become tho property of the ono
winning it IwIgo. Winner last year
3rd KING'S PLATE, $75.
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 iu 3 to harness. Ha
waiian bred horses.
4th GOVERNOR DOMINIS' CUP, $75 added.
RUNNING RACE. mile dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
5th HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES' PURSE
of $100 and Cup added:
RUNNING RAOE. & mile heats;
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become tho piopcrty of tho
winner two consccutivo years. Win
ner last year, Waterford Colt.
Gth FUTURITY STAKES.
RUNNING RACE. Sweepstakes
of $25. 3f mile dash. For Hawaiian
bred 2 year olds. 19 entries filled
and closed 1888. 1st horse, $800;
2nd horse, $150; 3rd horse, saves
7th WAIMANALO PLATE, $50 addon.
TROTTING RACE. Three minute
class. Milo heats; best 2 in 8. For
nil horses that have never beaten 8
minutes. Plato to become the pro
perty of the one winning it twice.
8th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash.
Free for all, winner to beat 1 :45J.
To be run for annually.
9th WATERFORD CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING RACE, ljf milo dash.
Hawaiian bred horses.
10th KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE, $125.
TROTTING and PACING. Free
for all. Mile heats; best 3 in 5. All
horses with record of 2:40 or better
to be handicapped.
1 1th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $150.
RUNNING RACE. V& milo dash.
Free for all.
12th POST MATCH, $20.
TROTTING and PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 in 8. For nil horses
not having a record of 2:40 or
better. To be driven by members
of the Hawaiian Jockey Club to
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP.
NOVELTY RACE. Running 1 mile
dash. 1st, 2nd and 3rd quarter, $25
each; 4th quarter, $50 and Cup.
Hawaiian bred horses.
14th PONY RACE, $75.
RUNNING, lmile dash. For all
ponies 14 hands and under. Ha.
&r All entries to close at 12 o'clock
noon, on Wednesday, June C, 1889, at
tho ofllco of tho Secretary, and all en
trance fees to bo 10 per cent unless other
wise specified. Alt races to he run or
trotted under the rules of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club. Bulcs regarding entries
and starting arc suspended in races
flSy All horses will ho expected to
start if not drawn by 4 p. ra.. June
Admission SO cents
To Grand Stand, extra.. .50 cts & ft
Carnages inside of couiso....$2 50
Quarter Stretch Bad ces $5 00
0. O. BERGER,
npr-18-89 Secretary, H. J. C.
A fine assortment of
GENUINE HAYANA CIGARS !
Also, a fresh lot of
Large and Small.
For Sale In Bond or Duty Paid.
25 Cents Pound.-
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
tarQrapes for orders to ho filled for
tho oilier Islands, will bo picked right
from the vines. 245 lm
Frank B. Auerbach,
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
BOfflce at J. E. Brown & Co , Mer.
chant Btreot. P. O. Box No. 409, Bell
Telephone No. 172 Mutual Telephone
No. 8B0. 203 lm-89 it
82s SAFES ! gt-
Merci. Jewelers', Plantations Shim & Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Marblotop nnd Back Grained, imitation of any wood.
0T ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED. jj$
T. H. HOBRON,
C6 Fort stroet, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmcd Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy RibbonsJ Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades j
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mote
rials, in white, plain and figured ; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine JLnmb'B Wool Underwear, Flannel Coats and Teats,
All-wool Oycrshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CM AS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
88 & 89 mSf
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles &0 Latest Designs ftfi All FHcob.
B. F. EHLEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
RY and FANCY GOOD
0" N. B. On and after Hay
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
UNION FEED CO,
OFFER AT BED BOOK PRICES
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Boiled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR JBSTAlta, Golden Gate & Salinas-8 FLOUR
Telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams 1
JUST received a consignment of Now
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. For
Bale at low prices by
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE CHEAP
animal for a hoy), and
Colt. Saddlo. bridle.
- etc.. thrown in to make
Apply at this office. 251 tf
A COTTAGE, corner Kinau
and Pensacola streets.
W. 0. ATWATER,
Honolulu Iron Works.
STORE TO LET
. A rpHB Store at present occu.
AHS Picd t Rowei
UKlmSS wnv's Block. King strcrt, at
reasonable rental. Possession given June
J. G. ROTHWELIi.
mol T7URNISIIED Rooms to lot,
AHWjbJL; Boutbwest corner of
yaHIS 1'unohbowl and Deretania
streets, would bo very convenient for a
small family. 255 Cm
, A nOUSE, with 3 largo and
jAfnyfc J. 2 small rooms with klt
IIKHBli chen and bathroom attached,
on Alakea street, opposite Dr. Mc
Wayne's. Apply to John Cook, on pre
mises, or at this olllco, 210 tf
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NKW uutunuer uar
riage just finished
and handsomely trimmed
in first class stylo must be Immediately
sold to cIobo an assignment, can bo seen
at W. H. Page's carrioge manufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
& LOOK. CO.
I. 13. SMITH, -A-iyont.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated in
Waialua, Oahu, H. I., com-
prising a large house with 10 rooms,
kitchen, pantry, barn, etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly intaro and other
vegetables, and a rich pasture of 6f
acres -within half a mile. Puro water is
broucht to the house and grounds from
never failing springs, tho supply of
which can bo indefinitely increased in
quantity. There is a goon carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to the
steam boat landing, less than half a
mile distant, where .steamers from tho
city touch three times a week. The pic
turesque scenery, fine climate and un.
rivalled water privilege mako this a
most deslrablo place for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information apply to
J. A. MA-GOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Desirable Cottage To Let
MOL A "COTTAGE, corner King and
jjjvWyH J South Btreots, less than
yQyUig 10 minutes walk from Post
Ofllco. Lofty looms, all conveniences.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 tf 23 Merchant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Let,
EXCELLENT Stables con.
taining 13 Stalls, Cottage
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
South street, near King, formerjy occu
pied by Mr. White, proprietor' of tbo
Palama Bus. To let on very moderate
terms. Apply to
J, E. BROWN & CO,,
255 tf 28 Merchant street,
BOATS FOR SALE,
WE havo on hand ono 22.
foot Whaloboat, with
iron pentcr-lioard, mast, sail,
oars, etc., complete; suitable
r. Also, ono 75.1b. Clinker
Pleasurp SkifT, copper fastened, with
pars and rowlocks; villi be soldpheap
for cash. Both new. Apply at ,
DOWER fc SON'S, .
SCO lm Shop near tho Fish Market,