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TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE
To Taxpayers of tho District of Konn,
Tlio Hook of tlie Tnx Awsur for the
District of Kona, Island of Onhu, will bo
open for iiisiiuclion by jiurons liable to
taxation, from Soptombcr 20th to Octolior
1, 18!t2, (Sundays cxi-opti'd) In tbo Knpnn
Iwa IHillilliiB, between tbo hours of 1)
o'clock In the forenoon ami 4 o'clock in
the afternoon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax AKscsor District of Kunn,
lilnnil of Oabu.
0. A. Uuown,
Assessor and Collector of Tnxm 1st Divi
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor I'arly,
Bui Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 20, 18!)2.
Tho " lobby " is forbid by law (or
deoroo) to grow on Hawaiian ground.
This notice, in gorgeously illuminat
ed engrossment, appears at tho en
trance to tho Legislature, under tho
signmanual of "P. J. Testa, Sorgeant-at-Arms."
"All persons are forbid
don to outer this lobb3 oxcopt mem
bers of the House, members of tho
Court and tho Royal Family, mem
bers of tho Diplomatic and Consular
Corps, and tho Justices of tho Su
premo Court, unless invited by tho
President or somo member of tho
The extension of tho Royal Hawa
iian Hotel Co.'s enterprise to embrace
an elegant health and pleasure resort
in the charming Waikiki suburb is
worthy of all commendation. It
adds to the attractions for beguiling
tourists to our shores, and prolong
ing their presence in this Pacific
paradiso,bosides providing a pleasant
social meeting place for onr own
people. A wealthy American com
pany is reported as about to establish
tourist hotels away down in tho land
of the Bluonoses. If they woidd out
look this way but thoy will by-and-
Hon. A. Horner is entitled to tho
full forco of his disclaimer of im
proper language used to tho Presi
dent of tho Legislature. One of
three members to whom the Bulle
tin has been privately referred tho
only one found when sought could
only say that tho language ho heard
was not so bad as that reported.
Tho President, on being interrogat
ed, laughed and said ho had not
caught all the words used, but a
member had reported language from
Mr. Hornor which would hardly
boar repetition. Ono fact remains
established tho Advertiser should
have rollected on what class of house
it lived in boforo it began to shy
stones at members for breaches of
Honorable (?) moinbors of tho
Houso, awaro of tho provisions of
tho Constitution which protect them
from tho consequences of any speech
mado in tho Legislature, often are
cowardly and devilish enough to use
their place in tho Houso as a means
of spreading slanders, insinuating
lies, uttering untruths and gener
ally staining tho reputations of those
whom thoy hate or wish to bo ro
vongod on. Knowing full well that
tho object of their venom has no
chanco of reply, cannot bring them
to answer boforo a court, may not do
thorn bodily harm in dollanco of tho
Constitution, theso foul and coward
ly stabbors of reputations rojoico in
tho security they have attained and
go on beslobbering and bespattering
everything within roach with thoir
loathsome and solf-ongondored filth.
Reputable and honest mombors of
the House should rofuho to ally
themselves with tactics of so despic
able and cowardly a character and
should insist on and hold a thor
ough and public investigation of all
charges mado and so completely ox
poso tho personal vindictivoness and
spite which aro thoir solo founda
tion. PERSONAL JOURNALISM.
Tho Japan "Weekly Gazotto of
August 6th has an article on "Per
sonal Journalism," from which tho
following remarks aro selected. Thoy
have some application in Hawaii
where people aro scon without a
blush reading papers that "at homo"
(in different countries) aro outlawed
in the mails and never allowed iu
any homo or respectable placo of
"Tho more liberal education of
tho present da', tho increase of re
finement and tho exigencies of an
ultra-civilization havo produced a
mental palato which is happily fasti
dious, and requires to bo nicely
capered for. This is at least true of
tho principal centres of tho world.
Robbed of his ultra-civilizod sur
roundings, howovor, man quickly
lapses int o a cert nin rough, Bohemian
condition of body and mind, and tho
oxact degree of his declino may bo
accurately measured by the stylo of
'proas' which ho patronizes.
"At homo tho lino between tho
press proper, and that nondescript
medley of 'popular paragraph,' 'gos
sip,' coarso jest, and real humor
which characterizes tho conglomera
tion of publications which hang on
its outskirts, is fairly distictly diawn,
and a man is judged, as ho should
ho, by the paper ho roads. Abroad,
it is different, and ono and the saino
man will bo seen to patronize two
papers as opposite as tho poles in
their distinctive stylos. Why should
this bo? A man may bo driven by
circumstances to cultivate tho com
pany of those with whom ho lias no
tastes and sympathies in common;
but with a paper a man makes a
doliborato choico, and if ho chooses
an inferior article, or allows his tasto
to be satisfied by both vulgar and
refined publications, it shows that
thero is something seriously out of
gear with his intellectual apprecia
tion. "Wo havo already said that onco
away from tho social restrictions, re
finements and intellectual friction
of our groat centres of civilization, a
man quickly falls into a slovenly
stato, both mentally and pl'sicnlly,
but more ospoeinlly tho former. Ho
allows himself to first tolerate, and
filially to like a stylo of humor which
would at home havo filled him with
disgust, and ho perforce of habit,
perhaps, admits into his houso
journals which at homo would havo
hardly boon allowed to outer the
kitchen. At homo ho was apt to
think tho street arab who hailed him
with, 'Hi! Gov'nor, who's j'our hat
tori' as a vulgar and wholly deprav
ed littlo urchin; but away from tho
social environment of homo and an
intellectual atmosphoroj ho finds
it possible to read with a relish
column after column of personalities
in vilest English not ono whit superi
or to tho above remark, and redo
lont of tho public-house bar and
East-end music-hall 'wit.' "
It may bo said to tho credit of
Hawaii that every attompt to estab
lish porsonal journalism hero has
been an egregious failure. When
ever a now bantling of that foathor
aiipears, with a great big "I" repre
senting one of a very small fry, peo
ple havo becomo habituated to feol a
pitying wondor as to tho dupes who
shell out good money to give tho
foul bird its initial llight. A small
minority of tho community, how
ovor, seem to think that tho now
comor fills a longfelt want, and that
it is onty a matter of timo when it
will Miporsedo tho old-fashioned,
oven if progressive, journals of fact
and opinion. This minoritj' com
prises those I'eoplo who aro always
bothoring tho conductors of tho
legitimate press with suggestions
that they should f 1 ay, roast or burn
up certain other people. Thoy aro
also those who aro tho most sonsitivo
to having thoir own littlo breaks
published, ofton in thoir anxiety
being tho first to acquaint tho press
with events thoy don't want pub
lished, whon thoy como to ask to
'keep it out of tho paper."
Our Japan contemporary goes on
to give tho following account of por
sonal journalism and its results just
as wo spo it in Honolulu:
" It requires but very littlo ability
indeed to bo porsonal. Wo havo al
ready suggested that tho accom
plishment thrives naturally in tho
slums of our cities, and in any of
tho luunls of vice and ignorance.
To run a paper whoso raison d'etre
is to bo porsonal and as offensively
porsonal as possible, costs littlo, as
tho man to run it can bo picked up
nnywhuro if only ho is sought for in
sufficiently disreputable comers.
Tho harm which porsonal jour
nals may do takes longor to
onumorato than tho qualifications
noeossary for its editor. In tho
first placo, journals of that ilk
striko a death-blow to loyalty,
veneration, solf-respect and ambition.
Thoy destroy tho standards to which
men naturally look up; thoy create
and foster a socialism of tho very
worst sort; thoy breed a spirit of
discontent, and a fovor of unchnrit
ablono.ss; thoy oncourago and foster
all that is worst in man and smother
all that is good. Such journals by
speaking of tho sonior men of n
community with disrespect, calling
them by nick names, etc., almost un
consciously destroy tho respect
formerly folt for those men by tho
lads growing up around thoin. To
porsonal journals nothing is sacred.
Neither homo nor faniity, potty post
or important office. Tho harm thoy
do is simply incalculable, and yet
thoy aro toloratod and nllowod oven
in small communities whoro, cut off
from all tho bottor influences which
surround us at home, thero is the
grpatost and most urgent nood for a
high toned and refined press. Tho
prosonce of a porsonal and vulgar
journal is frequently complained
about in tho communities cur.sod
with ono, but tho fact of tho real
not imaginary harm which the
offonsivo shoot may do is ovor-look-cd.
Well indeed would it bo for all
such communities if tho ninttorwas
not over-looked and if (hoy woro a
littlo more caroful of tho papers
Nothing is nioro conspicuous in
tho specimens of "personal journal
ism" with which wo aio acquainted
than tho colossal concoit standing
out in every lino of columns filled
with nbuso of men of standing whoso
shoes tho big "1" is not worthy to
black. Tho latest sample of this
species of journalism is now snig
gling for its baby breath. Its big
"I" has tho audacity to sneer at tho
capacity of journalists who mado
thoir influonco folt with millions of
readers scattered over a continent bo
foro his own schoolina'm let him looo
on an unsuspecting world. While
thoy havo never laokou employment
in the most responsible positions of
journalism for a score of j'uars, tho
big "I" who talks about thoir dimi
nutive brain has, after boating about
from pillar to post for years, begging
a stray job in campaign ity-sheot
journalism, como down to taking a
meagro allowanco from an infatu
ated woman, who thinks tho power
of tho press reposes in printer's ink
smoared on anj way, ovon with a
brush mado from tho oars of a mulo.
VTOTICK IS HEREUY GIVEN THAT
JLi the Inspector of suid Precinct shall
hold Public Meetings from fi to 8 o'clock,
at tho .Reformatory School, on tho follow
ing days, as follows:
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 11, IStl.'j
FRIDAY, Sept. 23, lh!)-;
SATURDAY, Sept. S!l, 1892;
For tho purposu of correcting tho Electoral
Holl or Voting List of the Precinct by add
ing new names thereto, or striking oil
tho names of such voters as have died,
removed from the Precinct, or other
wise become disqualified from voting in
the said Precinct.
lly order of tho Board of Inspectors.
W. I,. WILCOX,
Honolulu, Sopt. 17, 1802. 527-5t
rplIE HOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
JL Election for tho 3d District, 2d Pre
cinct, w ill meet for the purpose of correct
ing tho Electoral Roll or Voting List by
adding new names thereto, or striking oif
the names of such voters as have died, re
moved or otherwise become disqualified, at
the Kapualwa Building, Queen street, as
On FRIDAY, Sept. '23, 18!)2;
On SATURDAY, Sept. 24, lb!)2;
On MONDAY, Sept. 2(1, 1892;
On WEDNESDAY, Sopt. 28, lS!)2j
From 7 i i. to 9 r. M. each evening.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1892. 527-St
FOR THE PURPOSE OF CORRECT
ing tho Electoral Rolls or Voting
Lists of said District bv adding now names
thereto or stiiking oil' the names of such
voters as havo died, removed or otherwise
become disqualified, tho Inspectors of said
Precinct shall hold meetings on the fol
SATURDAY, Sept. 21, 1892, from 3 un
til 0 r. m;
TUESDAY, Sept. 27, 1892, from 4 until
0 i: si.
At Building at entrance to Lower Reser
voir Grounds, Nuuanu Avenue.
By order of Board of Inspectors.
JAS. G. SPENCER,
THE BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
Election for tho 3d District, 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for tlio purpose of correct
ing tho Electoral Roll or voting List by
adding new names then to, or striking oil
the names of biieh voters as havo died, re
moved or otherwise becomo disqualified, at
the Royal School House as follows:
On FRIDAY, Sopt. 23, 1892;
On MONDAY. Sept. 20, 1892;
On TUESDAY, Sopt. 27, 1892;
On WEDNESDAY, Sept. 28, 1892;
From 7:30 to !):30 o'clock each evening.
.1. M. CAM A It A, .In.,
Honolulu, fjopt. 17, 18!2. 525-10t
THE BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
JL Election for tho 5th District, 1st Pre
cinct, will hold public meeting!) for tho
purpose of coi rccting the Electoral Roll or
Voting List bv adding new names thereto
or striking oil' the names of such voters as
havo died, lomoved or othorwieG become
disqualified, at the Tramways Co.'s Build
ing, at Kupulama, as follows:
On THURSDAY, Sept. 22, 1892, from 7
"on SATURDAY, Sopt. 24, 1892, from 1
On TUESDAY, Sopt. 27, 1892, from 7 to
0 1'. M.
If necessary adjourned meetings will bo
held, of which due notice will bo given at
tho stated meetings.
M. It. COLBURN.
Chairman 5th District, 1st Precinct.
Honolulu, Sopt. 1(1, 1892. 521-10t
4th District of Honolulu, 1st and 2d
IOR THE PURPOSE OF CORREOT
. lug tho Electoral Rolls or Voting
Lists of suid District by adding new names
thereto or striking on tho names of such
voters os havo died, removed or otherwise
becomo disqualified, tho Inspectors of said
Precincts shall hold meetings from 7;30
r, m. on me louowing nays:
TUESDAY, Sopt. 20, 1892, at tho Boll
Tower, Union street;
THURSDAY. Sept. 22, 1892, at Engine
Houso China Co. No. 5, Maunakea street;
MONDAY, Sept. 20, 1892, at the Bell
Tower, Union street;
WEDNESDAY, Sopt. 28, 1892, at Engine
House China Co. No. 5, Muuiiakca street.
Adjourned meetings may bo held if
deemed necessary by the inspectors.
Per order of tho Inspectors.
For Mouldings, Frames, Pastels, Arto
types, Photogravures, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Bros., Hotel street.
BULLETIN 28 001-
X umns ot Interesting Reading Matter.
Islands, $1; mailed to foreign countries, $ 5.
G. Glower, Dmggist, Watcttown,
Wis. This is the opinion of a man
who keeps a drug store, sells all
medicines, conies in direct contact
with the patients and their families,
and knows belter than anyone else
how remedies sell, nud what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the failutcs and successes, and can
thctcfoie jude : "1 know of no
medicine tot Coughs, Soic Throat,
or Hoarseness that had done such ef
fective woik in my
Coughs, family as Boschee's
Soro Throat, German Syrup. Last
winter a lady called
Hoarseness, at my stoic, who was
suffering from a very
severe cold, bite could hardly talk,
and I told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence In
patent medicines. I told her to take
a bottle, and if the results were not
satisfactory I would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
and paid for it, saying that she
wouldnever be without it in future as
a few doses had given her relief." (D
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
xpired Six Year Term, mado va
bv tho resignation of His Ex
cellency Paul Neumann.
ISLAND OF OAHU.
HON, HENRY WATERHOUSE
For the Unexpired Six Year Term, vice
l'.uil Neumann, resigned.
HON. MARK P. ROBINSON
For tho Unexpired Four Year Term, vice
E. O. Macfarlano, resigned.
NOMINEES for NOBLES
ISLAND OF OAHU.
Hon, Henry Waterhouse
For the Unexpired Six Year Term, vice
Paul Neumann, resigned.
Hon. Mark P. Robinson
For tho Unexpired Four Year Teim,
vice 15. 0. Macfarlane, resigned.
rpiIE ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL CO.
X bus leased tho property belonging to
A. Horbert, Ewi,. iu Waikiki. which for
tho present, will be open to tho public as
an annex of tho Hotel, and will ho knoun
as tho "Hotel Park Annex." Bcsidos tho
main houso there aro Three Cottagos ad
mirably adapted for families;
1 The "Windmill Cottage" containing 5
Rooms, Kitchen and Laiiul.
2 Tho "flrccii Cottage" containing Par
lor, 4 Bed Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Ruth
8 The "Seaward Cottago" with 1 Good
Rooms and a Dressing Room.
All tho Cottages are well-appointed in
Furniture. Fittings, etc., and tenants will
be ontitled to bathing privileges. The tea
bathing being unsurpassed on tho Island.
Tho Main Building will be reserved for
the use of the guests of tho Hotel, but it
may be rented for Picnics, Bathing Par
ties, Dinners and Dances, etc., for ull which
purposes It oilers exceptional advantages.
A charge of Tuunty-Hvo ($2.1) Dolhus will
be mado for tho use of the Houso mid
Grounds including Bathing, Lights, etc.;
prepayment is required for intended uso of
the Main Building and Grounds,
For further imrticnlarH aiuilicutlou
should be mado to the Manager of tho
noyai iiuwaiiun iiotei. o'-u
Messrs, King Bros, are showing a fine
line of Bamboo and other style Parlor
Easels, Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On THURSDAY, Sept. 22,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. At.,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, 1 will sell
nt Public Auction
ALSO A liJNn OF
LADIES', GENT'S A: CHILDREN'S
Fine Shoes and Gaiters !
AND AN INVOICE OF
Bedsteads, Tables. Chairs,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Jets. :p 3wloxgan,
Household -:- Furniture
on Wednesday; sept. 21st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho Premises of the Industrial Homo,
corner of King street and Kawaialmo Lane,
I will sell at Public Auction tho
Entire Furniture and Effects,
Upholstered Parlor Set,
Hanging T.nmps, Tables,
Single Iron Bedsteads,
2 Antique Oak Bedroom Sets,
Mattrasscs, Mosquito Nets,
M. T. Bureau and Washstands,
1 Domestic & 1 Wilcox & Gibb's
CUTTING TABLES, CHARTS,
Large Stove and Utensils,
Meat Safe, Crockery, Rofrigorator,
Bath Tub, Etc., J3tc, Etc.
Jas. F. Morgan,
On SATURDAY, Sept. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, 1 will sell nl Public
Lease of the Seaside Residence
Of H. R. Macfarlane, Esq., at
The Lcaso has Eleven Years from July
18, 18f!2, with privilege of Ten Year exten
sion; at un annual rental of $300. There is a
Large Dwelling House,
A Convenient Cottage, Bath Houses, etc.,
on the Property.
This oilers an unusual opportunitv to
obtain a Fine Seaside Residence with l'Mnc
Beach and Unexcelled Bathing.
ID6F" For further particulars in regard
to boundaries, etc., apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
Of Snlo of Goods Distrained for Rent.
Having hoietoforc taken and distrained
tho Goods and Chattels of Thomas Onokea,
lor rent in arrears oi premises at tno cor
ner of Punchbowl and KInau streets, no
tice is hereby given that on SATURDAY,
tho 21th of Sept., 18U2, nt 12 o'clock noon,
at tho Auction Room of Jah. F. Mohoan,
Honolulu, will bo sold for non-payment of
rent ami costs of distraint and removal
tho following articles:
1 Sowing Machine, 2 Small Tables, 1
Small Round Table, 3 Chairs, 1 Bedstead,
1 Spring Mattress, 2 Sea Sholls.
AUbUST FEREIRA GONSALVES,
filV-lOt By his attorney A. G. Correa.
To Lot or Loaso.
rpWO NICELY FUR
X ulshed Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Buluktin Otlice. 353-tf
DUVAL PREMISES, ill
Berotauia street, op
posite Fort street church,
Apply to n. i, iiiiiuwi,
At Thco. H, Duvles & Co.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent . O.. etc. Commands
one of tho finest views in Honolulu.
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
A COTTAGE CONTAIN
lilg 1 Parlor, 3 Bed
rooms, Kitchen, Pantry
und Bathroom, corner Vlne-
yurd and Nuuanu streets. Apply next
door to J. H. BRUNS.
AN10E COTTAGE ON
Beictuula street, near
Pilkoi street, containing
Pallor. 2 Bedrooms. Buth-
iooiii, Diiiliigrooiu, Pantry and Kitchen,
U.. ......... Ij WW...1 ... ..I...... ll!r...u,. U. ..!.! .....
MVl VM II, V.UUIM) uuillttlill 4UM3U muuiv. VIV.
Triiiiicais pass every 20 minutes. Apply at
olliee of this paper. 458-tt
RB 1 iJ&XUg-
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
OuMamixia' Bloolt, ort Street.
M. & P. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmiuanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of
ROYAL WORCESTER, - CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine "Ware.
ZSTe-w IRugs axici Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
This Space is Reserved
104 Fort Street, Honolulu..
Temple of Fashion
CORNER OP FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"We Just Received.
ISTe-w IDross Goods,
IjEic3.ies' Bedford. Caps,
Belts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH &a GO.
3STe-w Groocis ! 3STe-w G-oocis !
PONGEE DUAPEHlES-POllTIEnfiS-PINEAPPLE TISSUE SATTEENS
WHITE DHESS C100DS IN OHEOKS AND STIUI'ES.
JAPANESE CORDED OUEPE,
Ladies', Ghildrens' and Infants' Wear
IN GREAT VARIETY AT LOW PRICES,
A Flue Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batliing Suits in Oottoxx and Wool
FOR LADIES, GENTS, AND CHILDREN.
CALL .AJSTD SEE OXJK. nSTETW GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
New Goods, ex Benmore,