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TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE
To Taxpayers of tho District of Konti,
Tho Hooks of the Tux Asesor for tho
District of Kona, Island of Oaliu, 111 lo
ojcn for inspection by person llnblo to
taxation, from September 20th to October
1, 18SK, (Sundays excepted) In tho Kapnn
iwa Building, between tho hours of !)
o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock in
tho afternoon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Ascisor District of Kona,
Inland of Oiilm.
0. A. BhowN,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes Int Divi
Holders of AVater Privileges, or thoio
payini! Water Hate, aro hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tho cnrelty
of water in tho Government Hcervoir,
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and fi toll o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITH,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. N. SrKNCEii,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. 1., Aug. 5, 18!).'.
Owing to the drought and "-carritj of
water, the residents innuKa of Juddsticet
aro requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
m JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. (3, lb'Ji 515-tf
Mb. JNO. H. THOMPSON has this daj
been appointed a Notary Public for the
First Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom and
an Agent to Take Acknowledgments to
Labor Contracts for the District of Kona,
Island of Oahu.
OHAS. T. QULICK,
Minister of the Intcrioi.
Interior Omce, Sept. 20, 1S&. tiQS-Wt
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
Thursday, sept. 22, 1892.
Tho editor of the Liberal shows
in bis latest number that ho does
not rolisli boiny paid in his own
coin. Perhaps heroaftor ho will
leant to deal with articles in other
papors on their merits and avoid
personal insults to those ho guesses
were either tho writers or not tho
The day of election is drawing
near, and it bohooves over' man who
desires to vote to seethat his name is
registered as a voter and that his per
sonal taxes for this year aro paid.
Those who neglect this will assured
ly find that their opponents in tho
election will challenge their right
to vote and that successfully. Get
registered and pay your taxes.
Tho publication by tho Bulletin
of Mr. Hatch's able brief for tho
Ministry on tho want of confidence
question was done at this papor's
own expense for the information of
tho public. It is reported that the
briefs for "tho other side" woro paid
for as advertisements in tho Adver
tiser, which if so would indicate that
our contemporary did not place
much value on them as matter for
tho public's onlightonmout.
The initiative taken by tho Legis
lature toward signalizing tho opon
iug of tho harbor entrance to ships
of doop draught will bo endorsed by
everybody who takes an interest in
the progress of tho country. It did
credit to Mr.. Thurston's hoad and
heart to oxpress his enthusiastic re
cognition of tho great importance of
tho work accomplished by his mic
cossor in tho administration of tho
Interior Department and whom for
other reasons ho doubtless conscien
tiously assisted in putting out of of
fice. It would bo well if, on tho part
of our public men, thoro woro morp
of that disposition ovineed to recog
nize the good services rendered tho
country by their political opponents.
Tho contents of tho Planters'
Monthly for .September aro mainly
eclectic, but nono tho less vnluahlo,
perhaps. Particularly is one art iclo
selected from tho Queensland Sugar
Journal of much importance. It is
a paper by Mr. C. Bernard, road be
fore tho Mauritius Chamber of
Agriculture, March 4, 1892, on
"Whito Sugars by Direct Monufac
ture from Cane Juice." If our plan
ters cau bo given a process for turn
ing out sugars marketable for gen
eral consumption, without having to
be passed through a refinery, it will
solve tho problem of profit on sugar
raising, doubtless, for all time. Our
planters might perhaps combino to
make of somo available mill an ex
periment station for tho
THE THROUGH MAILS.
Tho stntvis of tlio throuiilL mail
stoamor service, between (ho Austra
lasian Colotiios and San Francisco, is
unfortunately criticnl.- On August 22
a cablegram was rccofccil by tho
Now Zealand Government, staling
that it was roporlotl in London that
tho Post Otliuo was avorso to renew
ing tho Now Zealand mail coutini't,
via San Francisco, on tho ground
that the route via Suez was cheaper to
England. Enquiry ly cablo elicited
tho fact that tho Imperial authori
ties wore only willing to renew tho
payments at the rat us laid down by
tho Postal Union. Tho British Post
Ollice has hithorlo been paying at
tho rate of 12s. per pound for letters,
all books and nowspapers bomg car
ried free. Tho Postal Union rates
would bo 3s 8d per pound for lot
tors, and 3d per pound for books and
nowspapers. Tho reduction of my
ment would amount to a loss of
2000 to tho contractors.
Tho Auckland Herald makes a
strong plea for tho retention of the
San Francisco sorvico. It shows
that tho avorago time last year by
this route from tho Now Zealand
ports to London was: "Auckland to
London, 35 days; Wellington to Lou
don, 37: Dunedin to London, 38. Tho
outwaul trips vtoro: London to
Auckland, 35.0S); to Wellington,
37.(52; to Dunedin, 89. Auckland be
ing tho port of departure and arrival
has of course an advantage. Tho
time from Dunedin, tho most south
erly port, to London, was 38 da3's,
while bj tho direct sorvico it was
12.15 days, and by tho P. and O. lino
15.3(5 days." Tho Horald points out
that while tho competing sorvicos
are now about as good as over t hoy
can bo made, ovon tho San Francisco
steamers now employed can improve
their time, while, if sutliciont en
couragement bo afforded, much faster
steamers will bo put on tho route.
It says there is no doubt tho time
could bo reduced at onco to 2"iJ days
between London and Now Zetland
if tho Government of tho United
States 'woro to assist. Tho latest
news is that the Colonial olfico in
London is to reconsidor tho matter,
and tho Now Zealand Go eminent
hopes that its Agent-General would
bo able to induce tho Imperial
authorities to continue tho payment
at tho present rate.
Hawaii, withal its soveio financial
straits, should at this juncture make
a heroic resolve, to stand bj the
through sorvico, so convenient and
valuable to tho Kingdom, to its
Cholera is spreading in Belgium.
Thoro woro 317 deaths from cho
lera in Hamburg, Germany, Sept. 6.
From August 20 to Sept. -1, G500 per
sons were buried in Ohlsdorf ceme
tery. Sixteen additional deaths on tho
steamer Normania, and seven on tho
Iiugin, aro lcported from New York.
Tho Pumellitos have issued a
manifesto urging the organization
of tho National League, sinco, as
thoy claim, tho Nationalists havo
surrendered their independence.
Information has reached Zanzibar
that tho native chief Moara controls
29,000 men armed with ritlos in
Katanga, and that a strong expedi
tion will bo required to suppress
him. Katanga is tho famous gold
and copper field district in Mua,
South Central Africa, between Lua
pula and tho Kamalgado Rivers.
Wilna, an ancient town in Russia,
and capital of tho province of tho
same namo, has been destroyed by
firo. Four thousand pooplo havo
been left foodloss by tho firo.
Rioting has takon place among
the trado unionists who are oppos
ing tho omploj'inonb of non-unionists
in tho Cheshire (England) salt
Tho London and Gonoral Bank,
of 20 Budge-row, Cannon-street,
which has an authorized capital of
JC 1,000,000 and a subscribed capital
of 117,770, has suspended payment.
Tho Liberator Building Socioty, of
20 Budgo-row, Cannon-streot, has
also suspended payment.
Hnssim AH, tho chiof who has boon
promoting insurrection against tho
British Government among tho na
tive tribes in tho Black Mountain
country on tho north-western fron
tier of India, has of Fared to surren
der, A London telegram to Sydnoy says
that in tho boxing mutch between
J. L. Sullivan and J- Corbetts the
Amorican pugilists, tho betting is
1000 to 800 on Sullivan.
Tho now Cunard liner Campania
has been successfully launchod at
Govan, on thodydo, Sho will havo
a displacement of 19,000 tons when
loaded. Tho Campania will bo near
ly as largo as tho Great Eastern.
Tho Now York Horald allegos that
tho annexation by England of tho
Gilbert and Coruwallis Islands, in
tho Pacific, is tho result of an iu
triguo on tho part of tho British and
Germans to oxpol Amorican tradors
from tho South Seas,
Tho Gorman mon-of-war in tho
Pacific have boon ordorod to provont
tho natives employed by tho Now
Guinea Company from serving as
laborers in other parts of tho World.
It is estimated in London that tho
world's wheat supply this year will
bo decidedly in excess of require
ments. A despatch from Calcutta stales
that tho Ameer of Afghanistan has
notified in a nolo to tho Marquis of
Lansdowno, Yicoro- of India, his
willingness to resist tho encroach
ments of Russian troops, and will
abido by the decision of the Biitish
authorities as to the attitude ho shall
adopt towards Russia.
Shocks of earthqurko, in sonio
cases sovoro, woro expoiionced at
various places in New Zealand on
Tho Iiogislnturo Makos a. Move for
Receiving tho Stoninship China
Hon. Jas. Marsdon this afternoon
introduced tho following resolution
Whereas, Tho ontraneo to tho
harbor of Honolulu has been deep
ened to a depth of 30 foot at low
tide, and it is important that this
fact bo made known to tho world as
soon as posjiblo;
Therefore be it Jtrsolvcd, That tho
Govornment bo requested to remit
all charges for pilbtago, wharfage,
etc., and give tho assistance of tho
Govornment tug to tho Pacific Mail
stoamor China on her noxt trip, pro
vided sho enters tho harbor.
Hon. L. A. Thurston, in the courso
of a brief debate, said that tho deep
ening of tho channel was, noxt to
tho Reciprocity Treaty, tho greatest
thing over accomplished for this
port. Tho ovont should bo marked
in a manner befitting its importance.
Thoro should bo a deputation of tho
Legislature, and ono of tho Cham
ber of Commerce, to meet tho steam
ship China off port in tho Govorn
ment tug Elou with tho band aboard,
and welcome tho magnificent deep
wator vessel into our port.
Tho resolution was referred to a
Sullivan Downed at East.
San Francisco, Sept. 8,
via San Diego and Hilo.
Telegram to tho San Francisco
Chronicle, dated Now Orleans, Sop
Jem Corbett knocked John L.Sul
livan out after eight terrible rounds,
in which desperate infighting took
place. Corbott adopted his hugging
tactics, giving Sullivan his weight to
bear much of tho litnu, eventually
wearing him out, and, finally, giving
him a terrific right-hander on tho
point of the chin, knocked him out.
Corbett at the finish was quite fresh
and active and mot with a groat
ovation from his many friends. Tho
Sullivan nion woro thunderstruck at
this unexpected termination of tho
Tho Board of Health is soriously
considering mattors in connection
with tho quarantine of foreign
steamers on account of tho cholera
in Europe and, reported, in America.
President Dayton of tho Board was
much impressed with tho informa
tion given him by a Bulletin report
er that tho mails by tho Mariposa
on hor latest down trip vore fumi
gated at Auckland. Much will do
pond hero on tho news each stoamor
from foreign parts maj' bring as to
tho progress of tho scourge. It is
expected that tho Monowai, duo to
morrow from San Francisco, will bo
uoiayeu owing to quarantine opera
tions on mail stoamors at Now York.
There will be an exciting gamo of
baseball between tho How Do You
Like It and tho No. 1 Volunteor
teams next Saturdaj', at 3:80 p. m.
Following are tho positions of tho
II. I). Y. I.. I.
T. Pryc-ci .., x .
J. B. Lomotil .
It. 1 41110,. . lb .
W. Wilder . 2b
W. Young 3l .
J. A. TllOlllHOIl . B.H
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G. Mnciy e.f i
Xo. 1 Vol.
. . It. linker
. .. I). Carter
J. K. Niikulnu
H. Vlorra. r.f
I. Lewis (sub)
riiHH ANNUAL MHKTINO OV THE
X Stockholders of the Mutual Telephone
Co. will be held on WEDNESDAY, Kept.
28th, at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho Company's
Unlldlng. 0. O. IlEItGKH,
623-2w ' Secretnry.
A SECOND-HAND HIU.lAltD TABLE
and a Second-hand i'iano. OiferH
with prices. Address "S. G.," Huu.kti.n
PLANTATION UOOKKKKl'EK IS
u anted. Aimlv. bv letter onlv. to
0J8-JW CASTLE & COOKE.
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Ettfnttla, Ala.:
" My sou has been badly nfiliclcd
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several months, and after trying
severalprescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schec's German Syr
up. I can iccoin
Roctor. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note ol
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found nn equal to it far less
G. G. GRUEX.Solc Mati'fr.Wooilbjiry.NJ.
FOR THH ISLAND OP OAHU.
Kor Unexpired Si Year Term, made v.i
c.int by the rv-igiuilion of His Ex
cellency 1'iiul Neumann.
ISLAND OK OAHU.
HON. HENRY WATERHOUSE
Kor the Unexpired Six Year Term, vieo
Paul Neumann, resigned.
HON. MARK P. ROBINSON
For tho Unexpired Four Year Term, vieo
E. 0. Jliiefarlane, resigned.
NOMINEES for NOBLES
ISLAND OK OAHU.
Hon. Henry Waterhonse
For the Unexpired Six Year Term, vice
Paul Neumann, resigned.
Hon. Mark P. Robinson
For the Unexpired Kour Year Term,
vieo E. O. Mai f.irlane, ruMuncd.
THE ItOYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL CO.
has leased the property beioni'ini' to
A. Herbert, Emi.. in Wixiklki, which for
the prcent, will bo open to tho public as
an annex of tho Hotel, and will bu known
as the "Hotel Park Annex," Besides tho
main house there pro Three Cottages ad
mirably adapted for families;
1 Tho "Windmill Cottage" containing fi
Booms, Kitchen and l.unai.
2 Tho "Green Cottage" containing Par
lor, 1 Bed Kooiiih, Kitchen, Pantry, Bath
3 The "Seaward Cottage" with -1 (Jood
Booms and a Dressing Boom.
All tho Cottages aro well-appointed in
Furniture, Fittings, otc, and tenants will
bo entitled to bathing privileges. Tho hca
bathing being unsurpassed on tho Island.
Tho Main Building will he reheryed for
tlife nso of tho guests of tho Hotel, but it
may bo rented for Picnics, Bathing Par
ties, Dinners and Dances, etc, forail which
purjioses it ollcro exceptional advantages.
Aohorge of Twenty-five ($25) Dollars will
be made for tho use of tho Houso and
UrouixU including Bathing, Lights, etc.;
prepayment is required for intended uso of
the Main Building and Grounds.
Ctff For further particulars application
should bo made to the Manager of tho
Koynl Hawaiian Hotel. fi.'7-tf
Saved a Woman's Lite.
Mr. J. E. Thorongligood, writing
from Georgetown, Delaware, says:
"Two toaspooniuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Oholora and Diarrhoea Uem
ody saved the life of Mrb. Jane
Thomas, of this place." Jfo also
states that sooral other very bad
cases of bowel complaint thoro havo
boon cured by this remedy. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, Sept. 23d,
AT in O'CLOCK A. M.,
I lll sell nt Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, a largo lino of
LADIES' and GENT'S SHOES,
And a Very Largo Assortment of
Household -:- Furniture
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
All of which must ho sold at any
On SATURDAY, Sept. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
my Salesroom, I will sell nt Public
Lease of the Seaside Residence
ot h. n.
The Lui'-o has Blcven Years fioni July
IS, 18!L, with piivilego of Ten Year exten
sion, at an annual "rental of $.!00. There is a
Large Dwelling House,
Convenient Cottage, Bath House
on the Property.
This offers an unusual opportunity to
obtain a Fine Seaside BcMdoneo with Fine
Beach and Unexcelled Bithing.
tXP For further partieulais in regard
to boundaries, etc., apply to
Of Sale of Goods Distrained for Rent,,
tho Goods and Chattels of Thomas Onokea,
for rent in arrears of premises at the cor
ner of Punchbowl and Kinau streets, no
tice is hereby given that on SATURDAY,
tho 21th of Sept., IS!)-', at 12 o'clock noon,
at the Auction Room of .Tah. F. Moiioan,
Honolulu, will be sold for non-payment of
rent and costs of distraint and romoval
tho following articles:
1 Sewing Macliino, 2 Small Tables, 1
Small Round Table, :i Chairs, 1 Bedstead,
1 Spring Mattress, 2 Sea Shells.
AUGUST FHltmilA GONSALVES,
517-15t By ids attorney A. G. Correa.
" Another Compromise by the
Lottery ! "
PON OUR SUGGESTION THE LOT-
terv neonlo having dronued tho no-
liey clauso havo met our further views and
have decided to oiler Fnowood instead of
Coin as prizos, and upon inquiring around
and getting prices quoted by several dealers
thoy settled on two as the only ones whose
ratos were suillciently cheap for business,
calling upon tho ono of thoso whose prices
were epioted lowest, they had abont con
cluded arrangomontawhen thoy discovered
that his wood wus worthless as it was
worm-eaten and had dry-iot, so dropping
their negotiation thoy culled upon tho
other, 1IUSTACE .t CO., mid after apolo
gizing for not coming there llrst, they in
spected their Wood and found it in ilrst
class condition sound and good and
more than doubly worth tho ditlercncc
asked; without further argument they
closed tho bargain and thus tho objection
to the Lottery is now removed ana every
ono will ho supplied with Sound Firewood
tSf AyenU for Tickets u ill be mtieHincd
Bum, U I. - TELF.PHONES Mutual 10.
$ 0.75 Per Cord
$12.r0 Per Cord
$14.00 Per Cord
1 Foot Lengths
Sawed and Split
$lii.00 Per ford
$15.50 Per Cord
$17,00 Per Coid
. . 1 Foot Lengths
. Saw ed
.Sawed and Split
Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTA0E & CO.
N. B, AVo guarantee our AVood to bo
sound and free from worms. 518-lm
rpiID UNDERSKINF.DCUVKS NOTICE
X. that he will not ho responsible for
any debts contracted by tho City Shoeing
Shop without his written order.
Honolulu, Sopt, 21, 180J.
t. u. nun at, v. a.
OWING to tho limited lloor space at the
Armory during Skating Nights
Mondays, Fridays und Saturdujs tho
muuagoiiiout havo decided to charge an
admittance feu to tho building of 25 cents:
Skates 10 cents extra. 028-lw
PREPARE for CHOLERA
BENSON, SMITH & GO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanitas,
Broino-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETC, ETC., ETC., ETC.
113 & 115 Fort St.,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Ou.mrrxiB' Bloalt, Port Street.
r . S r I nn 'I i".1. ... . i .,, ju . 'U 71 .'WMT
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahiimami St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine Ware. -
3Sr-w K.iags a-nci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
104 snort Straet, Honolulu.
Temple of Fashion
CORNER OP FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
W Just Ieoelved
2Te-w Dress GoodLs,
Xuad-ies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, Latest Style. , ,
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
,. S. EHRLIOH So OO,
Honolulu, H. I.
Now Goods, ex Benmore.