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S BY AUTHORITY.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
10, per S.
Notice to Electors I
Notice U hurefoy given that in order to
bo entitled to voto nt tho Special Election
proclaimed for October 1th, not, nil elec
tors not cxompl by law must have paid
their Personal Taxes for the year 18!).!, and
seo Mint their Jinnies nro on the Iteglster
of Voters for Koblei.
CIIAS. T. OULIOK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otllce, Sept. 2!, WO.'.
KM 10t-3!) 'it
The Hoard of Health has directed its
Agents to make a special inspection of
houses and premises In the City of Hono
lulu with a vlow of putting t'10 me In a
good sanitary condition, and the public
are thcreforo requested
1. To Tendor all assistance possible to
the Agontsrof the Hoard of Health.
2. To obey the instructions of the
3. To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and other receptacles of refuse in a good
4. To have all garbage and other decay
ing refuse promptly romoved, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected.
By order of the Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 18'J.. 530-1 It
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE
To Taxpayers of the District of Kona,
The Hooks of the Tax Assessor for the
District of Kona, Island of Oahu, will bo
open for inspection by persons liable to
taxation, from September 20th to October
1, 1U92, (Sundays excepted) in the Knpna
iwa Building, between the hours of 1)
o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock In
the afternoon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Assessor Distiiet of Kona,
Island of Ouhu.
0. A. Hrown, '
Assessor and Collector of Taxes 1st Divi
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Kates, are hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and the scarcity
of water in the Government lteservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes nro from 7 to S o'clock A. M.,
and 5 to (J o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. Is. Sl'ENCPIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 5, 181)2.
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, the residents mauka of Judd street
are requested to collect what watei they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Kept. 0, lb!)2. C15-tf
Mr. JNO. H. THOMPSON' 1ms this day
been appointed a Notary Public for the
First Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom and
an Agent to Tako Acknowledgments to
Labor Contracts for the District of Kona,
Island of Oahu.
OH AS. T. GULICK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ollice, Sept. 20, 18!).'. 028-3t
Thoro it lit t lo doubt remaining
that cholera has appeared in several
places in New York and ndjnconi
towns. A despatch to the San Fran
cisco Chronicle charges the Now
York authorities with gross bung
ling and carelessness. It is said that
tho houso to house inspection order
ed has not been performed. No
quarantine is maintained on tho
houses in which choleta has resulted
A case is reported in tho hoait of
"Little Italy" in Harlem. Thoro are
more than 10,000 Italians in "Little
Italy," and it is ono of tho filthiest
tenement districts in tho city.
Tho first case of death from sus
pected cholera occurred in Brooklyn
yesterday. It was that of a woman
21 years of age, who was taken ill
tho day bofoie. Sho had eaton
heartily of greon corn and tomatoes,
and tho case was put down to cho
lera morbus. A bacterial examina
tion is now being made.
An emergency fund subscribed by
New York merchants has reached
It it said forty or fifty physicians
have visited Swinburne island to
"study tho disease," returning night
ly to Now York and mingling with
Maj'or Grant has issued a procla
mation to tho public, reciting tho
appearance of cholora in Now York
city and tho means taken to combat
it. Tho proclamation says: "Cho
lera is neither infectious nor conta
gious, within the common meaning
of tho words, nor is it, in tho lan
guage of an eminent authority, 'as
dangerous as diphtheria.' The pub
lic will bo intelligently advised as to
tho progress of the disease." Tho
paper closes: "Rest assured that all
will be done bjr tho authorities to
moot overy emergency, and with tho
confidence of tho public and aid in
enforcing sanitary regulations tho
cholora will bo mastered, health will
bo restored, and peace, good order
and happiness will bo maintained."
Tho steamship Bohemia, of tho
Hamburg-American line, arrived at
Now York, 11 days from Hamburg,
early yesterday morning. Sho re
ported 11 deaths on the passage.
Her officers tried to conceal tho
fact that the fatal disease on board
had been cholora. Tho steamer was
added to tho quarantined fleet. It
is authoritatively stated that nine
Tho German troops at Altona nro
perfectly healthy. Thoy novor had
moro than six or seven cases in
August. The cases were evidently
England will tako no chances with
the scourge. Tho strictest quaran
tine is enforced with every vossol
from infected ports.
Tho following aro tho latest re
ports from tho East and Europo
Teheran, Persia Deaths for Sept.
GtoU,233.ri. In tho Shah's camp,
l0 miles north, where ho and tho
upper classes pass tho summer, thoro
have been 130 deaths.
Havre Thii toon now cases and
two dent lis, against eleven now cases
and seven deaths tho previous da'.
Rotterdam Ono now case.
Antwerp Cholora spreading.
Since day boforo yesterday ten eases
taken to hospital and others ill at
St. Petersburg Marked decrease
in cholera throughout Russia, par
ticularly in provinces at first most
violently n lllicted.
Brussels Three now casosj ono
Paris Forty-five now cases and
Toulouse Four eases yesterday;
NINETY-FOURTH J) A Y.
FiiniAY, Sept. 23, 1802.
THE DULY BULLETIN.
Wedged lo neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 23, 1892.
Tho Board of Health and its offi
cials are to be commended for their
decisive action in regard to tho first
steamer from a foreign shore sinco
cholera has been known as propont
in America. Tho Board has also
moved in tho matter of putting Ho
nolulu in a good sanitary condition
and should have tho co-operation
and support of all residents. It will
not do to wait, as 'Now York did, till
tho enemy was at her gates. Lot us
bo prepared. Rules for diet and
authentic scientific suggestions as
to tho most approved remedies
should be made public.
Candidates for this by-election aro
"thick as loaves in Vallambrosa."
"What is tho special anxiety to gofra
seat at this late hour of tho session?
Is it personal, partisan or patriotic
motives that influence thorn? Voters
will do well to consider tho motives
of candidates and vote for thoso
only whoVill pledge themselves to
uphold tho indopondonco of tho
country and support sound measures
and tho speedy furtherance of tho
business of tho country, in contra
distinction to thoso who desire to
prolong the state of unrest and
financial difficulty to secure their
personal or party advancement, or
in its stond put the country in such
difficulties as would render annexa
tion more feasible than at presont.
steamships, carrying 5000 immi
grants, aie on tho way to tho United
President Harrison has sent a tele
gram from Loon Lake, N. Y., to tho
Secretary of the Treasury saying
that tho Attorney-General has sent
him an opinion to tho effect that ho
had full power undor tho law to pre
vent tho landing in this country of
all immigrants coming from ports
infected with cholera or any other
Ho suggested that the Secretary
of tho Treasury convoy this informa
tion to tho various transatlantic
companies, together with an official
notice that unless thoy acted in
strict accordance therewith ho would
issuo an executive order prohibiting
entirely all immigration from in
fected ports, without exception.
A letter was received by a Gorman
in San Francisco whoso rolativos livo
in Hamburg. Ho was informed in
it that several members of his family
had died of cholora, and soon aftor
receiving tho letter ho was taken
sick. Ho was sure ho had the dread
ed disease, but it was simply a case
of cholora morbus. Health Officer
K001103' found that tho letter bore
no mark of having boon disinfoctod,
and thinks if this is tho way tho
work of disinfecting tho mails is be
ing carnctl on in Now York thoro
should bo active steps taken to
remedy tho matt or.
IN OTIICK LANDS,
A death from cholera occurred at
Monelava, Mexico, and tho town was
immediately quarantined. It is re
ported that cholora is epidemic in
San Luis Potosi and Vera Cruz.
Thoro is groat anxioty at Panama
ovor tho nows from Now York, and
Colombia has closed its ports
against Now York. Tho fooling at
Panama is vory bitter against tho
Now York Board of Health.
Tho French and English Ministers
at Bogata have formally protested
against tho closure of the ports
against their countries, but tho Gov
ernment is firmly dotorniined to
maintain tho uioasuros adopted and
will rofuso to opon any ports,
Tho daily report shows a decrease
in Hamburg of (51 cusos and 40
deaths. Tho worst is believed to bo
over there. A bill has boon passed
authorizing an immediate credit of
1,000,000 marks for tho expenses of
fighting tho epidemic.
Tho minors in East Tonnossco aro
again threatening to go on tho war
path. Thoy have boon threatening
to blow up tho coiirthouso with
dynamite to prevent tho trial of tho
prisoners. Gonoral Carnos has is
sued a call for volunteers. Ho says
unless his force bo reinforced bj
volunteers it will bo necessary to
call out more troops. It is not do
sired by the authorities to again
press the entire State militia into
service if it can bo avoided, as the
effect would bo disastrous to many
young men who would lose thoir
situations with their employers.
Mrs. Harrison, wifo of tho Presi
dent, is down with mortal lung dis
ease at Loon Lake, Now York. At
latest accounts tho physicians noted
a slight, improvement, but do not
consider it sufficient to justify any
strong hope that Mrs. Harrison will
Major McKinloy addressed tho
annual convention of tho National
League of Republican Clubs at
Buffalo, denouncing free trade and
declaring the success of tho tariff
law ho initiated.
Tho Vermont elections show a Re
publican loss of 92(52, .'i Democratic
loss of 0110 and a prohibition gain of
C. M. Barro has been appointed
Consul at Valparaiso to succeed Mc
Tho Republicans have a steadily
increasing plurality in Maine as tho
returns come in.
The snip ALay arnvotl at iNow ur
leans with four cases of yellow fever
H. Ryder, ex-American Consul at
Copenhagen, who is under arrest for
frauds in connection with tho admin
istration of estates intrusted to him
in his official capacity, has confessed
to a further fraud in withholding
the payment of a legacy. Ho has
also confessed that ho stole books
from tho Athoiuoum Roading Club.
Tho formation of a now Panama
Canal Company has beon approved
by the Tribunal of Coinmorco,
Franco. Hiolard, vice-president of
tho Chambor of Commerce, wishes
to prove that tho canal can
bo made, and ho intends to open
forty-five kilometers and then got
more monoy so as to finish tho work.
A run began on the Birkbock bank,
London, 011 tho 14th, but it had
nearly ceased next day.
Tho Governor of tho Bank of Eng
land states that the Barings' liabili
ties havo been reduced to 5,093,013,
of which sum 5,015,000 aro duo to
tho Bank of England. Itisoxpoctod
tho affairs of tho firm will bo wound
up without calling upon tho guaran
tors. Baron von Gartnor-Griobonow,
Secretary of the Gorman Legation,
and Marquis do Valladaro, Secretary
of tho Spanish Legation at The
Hague, Netherlands, fought a duel
as tho result of a quarrel. Tho
Marquis was wounded in tho log.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Tho Assembly convened for prayer
at 10 o'clock, after which 1 lie min
utes of tho previous mooting wero
read and approved.
Rep. Koahou offered a resolution
that $.'5000 bo appropriated for re
pairing tho roadway at llakalau
gulch and ihat &SXX) be appropri
ated for a bridge over tho llakalau
stream. To Committee on Public
Ron. Kapahu road for tho first
timo a Bill relating to the carrying
Rop. Kanoalii gave notice that tho
inquiry relative to Rop. Ashford's
complaint of a threatened thrashing
from the Marshal would bo con
tinued at 4 o'clock this afternoon in
tho rooms of tho late Judgo Mc
Cully. Rop. Smilli offered tho following
resolution as a precautionary meas
ure: Resolved, that it is tho sonso of
this House that ovor' roasonablo
precaution should bo taken by tho
Board of Health and tho Govern
ment to piovcnt tho introduction of
cholera into this Kingdom, and to
this end tho most stringent measures
should be adopted and enforced.
Rop. Nawahi fa voted tho resolu
tion and considered that all vessels
should bo compelled to call at Ho
nolulu first boforo going to ports on
tho other islands.
Minister Gulick said that tho reso
lution had boon anticipated by
measures already under .way and
which had beon formulated on tho
receipt of the first nows of the cho
lora haing reached New York. It
was a gratification to know that tho
Houso supported tho Government
and thoso who wore in favor of tak
ing the most energetic measures in
Rep. Waipuilani suggested that
tho Board of Health bo instructed
to promulgate rules relative to tho
court-oof treatment in case of tho
arrival of tho dread disease.
On motion the resolution was
Rop. Smith presented the follow
ing question to tho Minister of tho
Interior: By what authority or pro
vision of law has tho Minister of In
terior published a notice that "all
electors not oxompt by law must
havo paid thoir personal taxes for
tho year 1892" in order to ontitlo
them to vote at tho special election
proclaimed for October 4th noxt?
Noblo Marsdon, from tho Com
mittee on "Ways and Means, presen
ted a report which recommended re
duction in various salaries under tho
Bureau of Public Instruction.
Tabled for Appropriation Bill.
At 10:55 tho Order of tho Day be
ing moved, the 'Appropriation Bill
camo up for consideration and tho
following items passed as here prin
ted and as recommended by tho
Committee on Ways and Means, viz.:
Salary of Inspector-Gonoral, in
cluding traveling expenses, 0,500.
Salary of Ulork and secretary,
Salary assistant clerk, $1,000.
Messenger and Book Clork, $1,800.
With regard to tho item, "Support
of English, Hawaiian and Common
Schools, $100,000," tho Committee
on "Ways and Moans say the Board
of Education state that thoy require
&1 80,000, an advanco of $20,000.
Dohato was had on tho item and,
How dooa he fool ? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and lie
makes everybody feel tliesaie way
August Flower the Remedy.
Mow does he fool? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stant, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower the Remedy.
Howaooa noTeoir Me leeis a
violent hiccoughing or jumping of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tastiug matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How doo3 he feel ? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
lie feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death and
peace August Flower the Rem
edy. How does he feel ? He feels so
full after eatiug a meal that he can
hardly walk August Flower the
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
BENSON, SMITH & GO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanitas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETC, ESTO., ETC., ETO.
Honolulu, H. I.
113 & 115 Fort St.,
PACIFIC HARDWARE GO., Ltd.
Cummins1 Blools., Port Street,
On SATURDAY, Sept. 24tli,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At my Saleroom, I will sell sit Public
-Lease of tlie Seaside Residence
( r u. 1:.
Tin- Lesii' hn Eleven Yuan from .Inly
IS, lS'fi, with piivllt'gu of Ton Year exten
sion, sit un iinnmil rental of flluo. There is 11
A Convenient Cottage, Until House's etc.,
on tho 1'roiieity.
This oll'or.s an unusual opportunity to
obtain a Fine Beasido Uesidencc with Kino
lleaoh 0111I Unexcelled Hathing.
gXSt- For fuithur particulars in regard
to boundaries, eti, apply to
Of Sale of Goods Distrained for Bent.
a lieretoroie taKcn and distrained
tho Hoods and Chattols of Thomas Onokea,
for rent in arrears of premises at tho cor
ner of I'unchbowl and Kinau streets, 110
tiuo is hereby given that on SATURDAY,
the 21th of'Sept., IK'J2, at 12 o'clock noon,
at the Auction ltoom of J ah. P. Mono an,
Honolulu, will bo sold for non-payment of
rent and costs of distraint and removal
the following articles:
1 Bowing Machine, 2 Small Tables, 1
Small Itouud Table, IS Chairs, 1 lSedstead,
1 Sunns; Mattress, 2 Sea Shells.
AUGUST FEUEIKA GONSALVES,
517-lBt lly his attorney A. (1. Correa.
ponding action thnroon, tho Assem
bly at 11:55 took roeoss until 1:150
Mechanic' Homo, 55) and (il Hotol
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and ROc. a night; .$1
and $1.25 it week.
HAWAIIAN COUNCIL NO, (IS!), AMKlt
ican Legion of Honor, meots THIS
(Kriday) KYKNING at 7:30 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall, Kini" street.
JOS, M. OAT,
" Another Compromise by the
Lottery I "
UPON OUK SUGGESTION THE LOT
tery people having dropped the po
licy claiiho have met our further views and
liavo decided to oiler Firewood iiitead,of
Coin as prizes, and upon inquiring around
and getting prices quoted by several doalor.s
thoy settled on tuo as the only ones whoso
rates uero sutlleiontly cheap for business,
calling upon tho one of those whoso prices
were quoted lowest, they had about con
cluded arrangements when thoy discovered
that his wood was worthless as it wus
worm-eaten and had dry-rot, so dropping
their negotiation thev called upon the
other, HUSTACIO A: CO., and after apolo
gizing for not coming there first, they in
spected their Wood and found it in llrst
class condition sound and good and
moro than doubly worth the dHIeronce
asked; without further argument they
closed tho bargain anil thus the objection
to tho Lottery is now romoved and every
one will be supplied with Bonnd Firewood
9- Ayents for Tickets will be advertised
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Hawaiian Fans and Curios in
groat variety at tho "Elite Ice Cronm
If you want any Fine Cakes and
Pastries tho best place in town is tho
"Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oilico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 4,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 107 j Mutual 682.
IlicM. 11 1. TELEPHONES - Mutual II).
CARD of THANKS,
AND MI1S. JAS. STEWAHD DO
lierebv wish to publicly tender thoir
siueuro thanks to tho many kind friends
for their sympathy anil attentions, and
also for tho lloral tributes; in a word to nil
who in any manner whatever assisted In
their recent trouble, in tho sickness and
death of their beloved daughter. 030-lt
VY VIltTUE OF A WKIT Of KXECU-
JJ tlon issued out of the Supiome Court,
on tho 2.1d duy of July, A. 1), IS!).', against
S. 1'aaluhl, defendant, in favor of Anl,
plaintlll', for the Hum of sfl-UMB with legal
interest thereon from aforesaid date, I have
levied upon and shall expose for sale at the
Police Station, in the District of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of SAT UK
DAY, tho 2'd day of October, A, D. IB!).',
to the highest bidder, all the right, title
and Interest of tho said S. Paaluhi, defen
dant, in and to tho following Property,
unless said judgment, interest, costs and
my expenses bo previously paid.
List of Property for salot
All tho right, titlu and interest of said S,
Puuluhi in and to those J.'ieces and Puicels
of Land situate in Palatini, described as
(1) fe-100 Acre being a.nait of A nana
Elna of Itoyal Patent 1601), No, 1!!71, to Pa
hua; the sumo pieiuibes being conveved to
Imiu.i Paaluhi, wife of said S. Paaluhi, by
J, Ahipal by deed dated April 21), 1850.
VB) j-iu Aero uomg Vt 01 Aimna kkiuii.
lloyul Patent (iS7. Lund Commission Await!
No. Ub8 to Kellipueaina; the Mime pre
mises being conveyed lo Louim Paaluhi
and S. Paaluhi, by deed of W. C, Aehi,
dated March 25, IhiX).
1B02 I.lhor 1201
(Signed) CHAS, H. WILSON,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 189.', 630-5t
$ 0.75 Per Cord
ifl2.&0 Per Cord
$1 1.00 Pur Cord
,i Foot Lengths
Sawed and Split
ia.00 Per Coid
$18.60 Per Cord
$17.00 Pur Cord,
,...1 Foot LcugtliH
Sawed and Split
ltf Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
N. 1!, We guarantee our Wood to bo
bound and free frpm worniH. 618-lm
SECOND-HAND DILL1AHD TAI1LE
FikaHEiialh iBH JniiillP iOM?SfrTmir'S?BBMH
. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
Salesroom on Kaahuinaim St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Benmore.
.j. " j SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine "Ware.
3STe"w 12,-ugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
This Space is Reserved
104 Iort Street, Honolulu,
wanted. Annlv. by letter only,
jiply, bv letter only,
UAHU'LE & CUOKE.
Temple of Fashion
CORNER OP FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
W Tuat R,eoeivd
2sTe"w IDress Goods,
Iia,ciies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH 80 OO.
W.lHi 1 -. fc
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