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h' !!!; BY AUTHORITY. Foreign Offlco Notico
Mice to Electors!
Notico U lioroby given Unit In order to
bo entitled to voto nt tho Spccinl Election
proclaimed for October 4th, not, nil elec
tors not exempt by law must havo paid
their Personal Taxes for tho year ls02, nnd
sco thnt their names nro on the Register
of Votors tor Noblos.
CHAS. T. OULICK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oftlcc, Sept. 22, 1S92.
630 10t-39 2t
Postal Savings Bank Notice.
By authority of Section 11 of "An Act
to Amend nnd Consolidate the Laws relat
ing to the Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank,"
approved on the 7th day of September,
1892, and on that day taking effect J notice
is hereby given thnt the rate of Interest on
Savings Bank deposits is fixed as follows:
On amounts under and up to Five Hun
dred Dollars (?500), in Gold Coin of tho
United States of America, in any one ae
count, already on deposit in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank on September 30, 1892,
Interest will be payable from October 1,
1892, forward until further notice, at tho
rato of 0 per cent, per annum, in Gold Coin
of the United States of America.
On amounts over Five Hundred Dollars
($500) and not exceeding Two Thousand
Five Hundred Dollnrs ($2,500) in Gold Coin
of the United States of America, in any one
account, on deposit in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank on September 30, 1892, inter
est will be payable from October 1, 1892,
forward until further notice, nt the rato of
5 por cent, per annum, in Gold Coin of tliu
United States of America.
On deposits placed in the Savings Bank
after September 30, 1892, interest will bo
paid until further notice, at the rate of 0
per cent, per annum on accounts not ex
ceeding Five Hundred dollars ($500). No
interest will be paid on accounts exceeding
Five Hundred Dollars ($500), in single ac
counts, deposited after September 30, 1892.
E. C. MACFAKLANE,
531-tf Minister of Finance.
Postal Savings Bank Notice.
Bv Section 17 of "An Act to Amend and
Consolidate the Laws relating to the Ha
waiian Postal Savings Bank," approved on
the 7th day of September, 1&92, and on that
day taking effect, the Minister of Finance
is authorized to issue Coupon Bonds of the
Hawaiian Government, to be styled the
"Postal Savings Bank Loan," to be issued
only to depositors in tho Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank who may npply for tho Mime.
Tho "Postal Savings Bank Loan" bonds
are redeemable in not loss than fivo nor
more than twenty years, at tho option of
the Minister of Finance, and bear interest
at tho rate of 0 per cent, per annum, to bo
paid semi-annually, interest and principal
payable in Gold Coin of the United States
of America or its equivalent.
Any depositor with an aggregate nmount
to his credit in the Savings Bank, of not
less than Two Hundred Dollars ($200) in
Gold Coin of tho United States of America,
whicli shall have been on deposit at least
three months, is entitled, on application, to
an issue of "Postal Savings Bank Loan"
bonds in exchange therefor, in Hums of
One Hundred Dollnrs ($100) or multiples
Applications will bo received at tho Pos
tal Savings Bank for "Postal Savings Bank
Loan" bonds from date until September
30, 1892, inclusive.
Minister of Finance.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tho process of Deepening tho
Channel at tho entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will be in operation night
At night there will be n Danger Signal
placed on tho forward dorrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can be
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The Signal consists
of 3 Red lights and a
White light-as in
the diagram tho red
lights being about 3
feet apart, with tho
white light In tho
All steamera cross
ing the Bur will stop
at a safe distauco from tho' Dredgor and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the passage Is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft In pass
ing the Dredger when necessary.
O. N, SPENOBU,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllce, March 0, 1892.
The Board of Health has directed its
Agents to make a special inspection of
houses and premises in the City of Honor
lulu with a vlow of putting the same In tt
good sanitary condition, and the public
are therefore requested
1. To render all assistance possible to
the Agents of tho Board of Health.
2. To obey tho Instructions of tho
3. To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and other receptacles of refuso In a good
4. To have all garbage nnd other decay
ing rofuse promptly removed, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected.
By order of the Board of Health.
Honolulu, Sept, 23, 1692, 530-1 it
Honolulu, Sept. 'M, 1892.
Official notico having been rccclvcil thai
J. F. HACKFKM), Esq,,
has resumed tho exercise of his functions
as Conul for llclglum, nil persons nro
hereby required to give '" f"'"1 nlul
credit to nil oflloinl nets of the snld J. F.
Hi'.ekfeld, Ki., ns itioli Consul nt afore
sntd. SAMUin. PAItKEIt,
Minister of Foreign Afl'alrs.
Ki It-10 It
Foreign Offlco Notico.
FmiKtiiN Ofkii'r, 1
Honoi.ULV, Sept. 2(1, 1892. j
Ollh'lnl nolleo having been received thnt
J. F. HACKTUM), Ky.,
has resumed the exorcise of his functions
as Acting Vlce-Consul for Uussin, all per
sons are hereby required to glvo full faith
and credit to nil oillclnl nets of tho wild
J. F. Ilnekfeld, Esq., ns such Consul ns
Minister of Foreign Atl'airs.
Kit lt-10 It
Mrssris. IIKNUY HOLMES and WM. L.
PKTEHSON havo this day been appointed
Notaries Public for tho First Judicial Cir
cuit of the Kingdom.
OHAS. T. OULICK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillco, Sept. 20, 1892. 532-3t
FEE DAM BULLETIN.
J'ltdged to neither Sect nor Party,
Jhtt Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, SEPT. 26, 1892.
It has been ascertained that tho
roport of No. 2 opium committee
cost 148 for printing, $78 for trans
lating and $11 for proof-reading
an aggregate of $210. Most of this
amount wont into Mr. Bush tho
chairman's household and printing
oflieo. Hence tho great 7.eal and
wondrous virtue of that remarkable
Tho main issue to bo decided by
tho coming election is whether tho
present Ministry has tho support of
tho Noblo voters of the Island of
Oahu. In othor words, whether tho
Noblo votors of the Island of Oahu
havo a desire to prolong tho present
period of linancial distress and poli
tical unrest, by producing another
Cabinet crisis. Voters should not
allow themselves to bo led astray by
tho waving of any side issue boforo
their eyes. Voto straight.
It has been suggested that all per
sons exempt by law from paying per
sonal taxes namely: soldiers, fire
men, school teachers, ministers of
religion, and persons over a certain
age will havo to procuro tax re
ceipts showing that they aro so ox
empt in order to avoid having their
votes challenged. This was done
previously hi 1886, and there is no
change in tho wording of tho pre
sont law. It behooves every man
who desires to vote and who is ex
empt from tho payment of personal
taxes to find out if this is so or not.
Tho Now York Herald of a late
dato lias in its Washington telegrams
a reference to Johnston Island. Men
tion is made of tho investigation of
some years ago which resulted in
finding that tho Hawaiian Govern
ment had no claim to the island.
Thou it is addod, "Tho guano beds on
Johnston Island having boon ex
hausted and tho American firm hav
ing left that territory tho State De
partment officials say tho United
States has no further interest in tho
island and has no right to interfere
with Great Britain if sho finds the
island of any uso to her."
Tho Legislature did what seoms
an unwiso act in sidotracking tho
bill to enable tho Oahu Railway &
Land Company to raise money
abroad on the security of its pro
perty. What difference would it
make to tho county if a foroign cor
poration did gain control of tho rail
way and its nppurtonnncos? Nobody
complains at foroign capital being
invested in tho tramways or in new
plantations. If tho company can
raiso money abroad it will bo so
much added to tho resources of tho
country. Tho bill should bo shunted
on tho orders again and made law
before the departure of tho next
Tho American press has comment
ed variously on tho amendments to
tho Hawaiiun tariff law. Tho follow
ing from tho Bloomington, Illinois,
Bulletin ovincos a poor opinion of
tho United States tariff: "Tho par
liament of Hawaii has just passed a
tariff bill, but it is noticeable that
the tax is chiefly placed on articles
used by rich people. Tho semi-barbarians
of tho Pacific can give us
ideas in popular government."
Tho Philadelphia Telegraph says:
"This tariff on articles, most of
which are admittod from tho Unitod
Statoa undor tho reciprocity treaty,
will hurt Sau Francisco trade, ns
Hawaii stood third last year on tho
list of foreign countries in oxports
from San Francisco, Tho now tariff
is levelled directly at tho Unitod
States, as Chiuose clothing and Chi
li eso goiioral morchandiso wore strick
en out before the bill became a law,"
Tho Washington despatches to tho
Now York Hornhl contain tho fol
lowing roforonco to Pearl Itnrbor:
Tho statement of tho Minister of
Poroign Affairs of Hawaii that his
govorninont has never suggested a
transfer of anv nortion of t'oarl Har
bor to any foreign Power is read
here with soino surprise. Techni
cally tho statement may bo true, but
it is a matter of public record that
Hawaii has offered the United States
the exclusive right to Pearl Harbor
to be used as a coaling station and a
base of supplies for United States
shius in tho Pacific with tho under
standing that this govorninont
dredge an entrance to the harbor.
It is estimated that .?2r0,000 will
bo required for this purpose. This
amount has been placed at tho dis
posal of the President, through an
it om in the Sundry G!,"l bill, and al
though it is indolinito in its nature,
simply authorizing tho President to
uso tliat amount for procuring a
coaling station, it is generally under
stood t lint it will bo used in dredg
ing Poarl Harbor, and that import
ant negotiations are now ponding
which will give the United States
exclusive jurisdiction over that har
bor. Tho indofinitouoss of tho appro
priation is a lly in tho ointment.
Tho size of the item is far from ade
quate, when it is considered that tho
land has to bo bought, as woll as
tho entranco dredged.' And the
dredging of the entranco is only a
lly speck to tho whole amount that
will havo to bo expended boforo tho
harbor will become a coaling station.
A very pleasant social and dauco
took place on Thursday evening of
last week, tho 22nd inst., at Mr. and
Mrs. A. P. Lindor's residence at
Tho airair was gotten up in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Olson, Miss
Laurie Nicholson of Spreckolsvillo,
and Miss Ifrankio Nickolson, lately
Tho program oponed with a solo,
bj' Mrs. C. Borcligrovink; sovoral
others followed until dancing was
proposed by tho hostess, which was
kept up until 10 o'clock, when re
freshments wero served, consisting
of coffee, sandwiches, ice cream, etc.
Dancing was thou resumed and kopt
up with spirit until midnight, when
tho guests chsporseu, with a pro
fusion of thanks to tho host and
hostess for a most onjoj'ablo even
Following is a list of those pre
sent: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Linder, Mr.
and Mrs. O. B. Olson, Mr. and Mrs.
II. P. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Hofgaard, Mr. and Mrs. H. Perry,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Palmer, Mrs. H.
Bailoy, Sirs. G. Borcligrovink, Miss
May Bailoy, Miss K. Mahlum, Mr. J.
Nickolson, Mr. J. Scott, Mr. J. Simp
son, Mr. L. Zumwalt, Mr. O. Mahet,
Mr. C. D. Pringlo, Mr. P. Kopplor,
Mr. J. E. Movers, Master It. Olson,
and tho Missos F. and L. Nickolnon.
Tho ice cream and cake wero fur
nished by Hart & Co., Elite Ico
Croam Parlors, Honolulu.
Needn't Pay Property Taxes.
Tho Supreme Court has returned
an answer, signed by Chief Justice
Judd and Associate Justice Dole, on
tho question submitted regarding
taxos of voters.
Tho Court finds an implication in
tho question that tho payment of
porsonal taxes is necessary to quali
fy an elector for the special election.
With regard to property taxes,
tho Court finds that, as tho collec
tion of such taxes cannot bo on
forced boforo tho 15th day of De
cember, their payment cannot bo
regarded as a condition precedont
to tho voting privilego at tho special
Root Beer on
Smith & Co.'s.
draught at Benson,
C. J. McCarthy
stroot for salo.
has lots on Lililia
After shaving uso Cucuinbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn roliovcd at onco by Cu
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Honry Holmes and W. L. Potor
son havo boon appointed Notaries
Hawaiian i'ans anil Uurios in
great variety at tho "Elite Ico Cream
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
stroot, tho store formorlj' occupied
by Frank Gortz.
If you want any Fine Cakes and
Pastries tho best place in 1 own is tho
"Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
P. It. Ihonborg warns persons
against shooting or trespassing
othorwiso on Wnialao lands.
J. F. Haokfold has resumed tho
exorcise of his functions as Consul
for Belgium, and as acting Vico
Consul for Russia.
Mochanics' Homo, 59 and Gl Hotel
stroot. Lodging by diij, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Inspectors of the fifth district,
second precinct, announce another
mooting at tho Reformatory School
Prof, F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
Hiinio giving instruction in privato
or in classos, French, Spanish aud
Latin. Residence, Alnkea street,
near tho Y. M. O. A.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa stroot; opposito tho Y. M. O. A.
hall, promises latoly occupied by Dr,
Lutz. Office hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 4,
and ovonings 6 to 7 ; Suiuhys 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual 082.
Messrs, Kiny Bros, are shoivimj a fine
line of Bamboo and other ntyle Parlor
Easels, Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to taeet the times.
The Lottery Scheme an Evident
What President Conrad lias to Say About
the Big Lottery's Coining to Hawaii.
The following despatch appeared
in tho Now York Times of August
27th, nnd has been roprinted in tho
San Francisco Examiner. It affords
confirmation of I ho belief hold bj'
many horo on other evidence, that
tho lottery scheme latoly introduced
in tho Hawaiian Legislature is a
fraud and a swindlo apart from all
question of the right or wrong of
legalizing a lottery.
It is simply a scheme to got a
chartor from the Hawaiian Legisla
ture, in tho hope that it would bo
eagerly bought by tho Louisiana
Lottery Company or some othor
syndicate of gamblers in the United
States. This fraudulent schemo was
suggested by tho news curront for a
year or so back that tho Louisiana
Lottery, being outlawed at home,
was looking for a location in Mexico
or soino othor neighboring country.
Wo do not say that all of those
residents of Honolulu who havo
identified thonisolvos with this swin
dlo havo done so with thoir oyes
open. On tho contrary, thoro is
reason to bolievo that at least some
of them havo boon made dupes of
by outsidors. One cnuso for harbor
ing such a kindly belief of tho gen
tlemen in question is that when
interrogated thoy aro seoniingly
totally ignorant of both the stand
ing nnd tho resources of thoir for
oign associates. Now that they find
thomsolves and thoir associates re
pudiated by the President of tho
Louisiana Lottory himself, who de
nounces their great scheme as a
"fako sonsatioit puro and simple,"
thoy will doubtless mako hasto to
roscuo thoir names and roputatious
from disgrace by publicly declaring
thoy are dono with the dirty busi
ness. Following is tho telegraphed
interview with President Conrad:
Now Orleans, Aug. 26. President
Paul Conrad of tho Louisiana Lot
tery Company was interviewed to
day about tho despatch regarding
tho companies attempt to purchase
a location in tho .Sandwich Islands.
Ho said: "It is a 'fake' sensation
puro and simplo, or a malicious con
coctiou, designed, perhaps, to proju
dico tho company in tho minds of
tho people of the United States by
creating tho impression that our
business is to bo rotnoved from the
legal restrictions and accountability
it is now under by virtue of tho laws
of Louisiana. Wore tho Louisiana
State Lottory Company to become a
Hawaiian instead of a Louisiana
cpneorn, of course it would bo prac
tically an impossibility to enforce
claims against it; whereas, boing a
duly chartered corporation of this
Stato, it is amenable to tho laws.
Obligations can boonforced through
tho courts against it tho samo as
against any lawful and responsible
"But what aro tho company's plans
for tho future? Mighfnot their nego
tiations bo carried on without your
"Scarcely. Such vast sums as are
talked of aro not carried in one's
vest pocicot nor expended 03' one
member of a concorn without con
sulting his associates. Tho owners
of tho Louisiana Lottery aro now
scattered over tho globo seeking
peace or pleasuro, according to their
condition or taste. Mr. Morris, with
friends, has been for wooks cruising
about on his yacht, and. I doubt if
any 0110 has communicated with him
on business of any description. Cer
tainly ho is not giving himsolf any
concorn about lottery business, and
I repeat thero is simply nothing in
this alleged San Francisco storj' ex
cept idle gossip so far as 1 know,
and I think I know all tho facts.
Tho Louisiana Lottery Company
will live out to its nllotted time as
Jixed by its vested rights, say a
couplo of 3'ears longer, doing its
bubinoss horo as it always has and
aimung 03-1110 popular decision m
t ho recent contest.'1
Souiotlung Now in Ranges,
The Pacific Hahdwahe Co., (L'd.),
havo just recoived an invoice of tho
M. & D. WitouaiiT Stkei, Ranges
whicli nro suporior to anything of
tho kind 3'ot invented. TI103' havo
been adopted by tho United States
Navy and nro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor now vessels. Also on several
of tho now vessels latoby built for
tho trade botwoon Saiv Francisco
and this port.
An oxaniiiurtioii of those Ranges
will nt once show thoir mau3' advan
tages over all competitors.
SHOOTIO OU'OTIIKKWISK THUS
passing on Waiulao Lands is strictly
forhidden. 1". II, lBKNBUHfl.
Beptemhorlai, 1602. KW-lw
rpHK ANNUAL MKKT1N0 OK THK
Co. will bo hold on WEDNESDAY, Kept.
i!8tli. at 10 o'dlovk a. m., at tho Compauy'H
Ilnilding. 0. O. UKUCJEK,
HURRAH FOR HAWAII.
Boswell, Jr., 2il9Th.o Rocord Mado
by Harry Agnow's Horso.
Tho following letter explains il
solf: FniRND Focke:
It is with pleasure that T inform
you that on Sopt. 1, in tho fith heat
of tho 2:25 class at. Potalumn, Bos
well . I r. got a record of 2:1U. And
another colt out of Maude, 1113' favor
ito mnro, called "To Order," a 2-year
old, won his first race on Aug. 2,rl at
Independence, Iowa, getting a ro
cord of 2:26.. It hnd rained heavily
tno nigiii Doloro anil the track was a
"sea of mud," so tho reports sny.
Four of tho colts that started got
tho Hag. As "Boswell Jr. is tho only
Hawaiian bred horso that got a mark
insido of 2:30, 1 would like n inenio
of samo insorted in vour tinners, as
sovoral havo his produce on tho Isl
ands. Ever yours,
Haiuiy J. Aonkw.
Sopt. !, 1892.
For two years I suffered terribly
with stomach tronble, and was for
all that time under treatment by a
physician. He finally, after trying
everything, said stomach was about
worn out, and that I would have to
cease eating solid food for a time at
least. I was so weak" that I could
not work. Finally on the recotn
meudation of a friend who had used
A worn-out with beneficial re
sults, I procured a
Stomach. bottle of August
Flower, and com
menced using it. It seemed to do
me good at once. I gained in
strength and flesh rapidly j my ap
petite became good, and I suffered
no bad effects from what I ate. I
feel now like a new man, and con
sider that August Flower has en
tirely cured me of Dyspepsia in its
worst form. James E. Dbdhrick,
Saugerties, New York.
W. B. Utsey, St. George's, S. C,
writes: I have, used your August
Flower for Dyspepsia and find it an
L. 3. I.Evr.Y,
Saturday Evening, October 1st,
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT
Concert, Lecture & Stereopticon Ytews
Will he given for the lleneiit of tho
Organ Fund of the
New Central Union Church
Assisted by the following
Ladies and Qen
the ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND,
.MISS LOUISK P. DALE,
MISS SUS1K A. YOUNG,
MISS HKRTHA R. YOUNG,
MR. H. S. WILLIAMS,
HON. JOSEPH MARSDKN,
MR. GEO. O. POTTER,
MR. C. HEDKMAN,
AND MKMUKRH OK T1IK
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUU.
Ilox Plan for Reserved SeatH will
bo open at tho oflieo of L. J. Isvey on
Wednesday morning, Sent. 28th, at 9
" Another Compromise, by the
Lottery ! "
UPON OUR SUGOESTION THE LOT
tery lieoplu having dropped the po
licy I'hiiiMi havo mot our further vIuwh and
havo decided to oiler Kirowood instead of
Coin ns prizes, and upon Inquiring around
and getting prices) quoted by several dealers
thoy settled on two as the only ones whoso
rates weiohiillleiontly cheap for business,
calling upon tho one of those whose prices
ivoro quoted lowest, they had about con
eluded arrangements when they discovered
thnt his wood was worthless as it was
worm-eaten and had dry-rot, so dropping
thoir negotiation they called upon the
othor, HUSTAOE A; CO., nnd after apolo
gizing for not coming there llrst, they in
spected their Wood and found it in lirst
elass condition sound and good and
more than doubly wortli tho diUVroneo
asked; without further argument they
closed tin) bargain and thus tho objection
to tho Lottery is now removed ami every
one will be supplied with Sound Firewood
19 Atjcnts fur Tickctt will be ailvertined
Hum. 111.-TELEPHONES Mutual 10.
I 0.75 Por Coid. .
112.80 Per Cord . .
U.OO Per Cord..
1 Koot Lengths
Sawed and Split
13.00 Por Cord 4 Foot Lengths
17.00 Per Cord Sawed and Split
Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
N. II. Wo guarantee our Wood to bo
uound and free from worms. 018-lm
rpHK BULLETIN IS THE LEADING
X Dally Paper o( the Kingdom. Fifty
cents per mouth.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Oummins1 Bloolt, Iort Stroot.
B-KR SHI Bii Hill
jiwav'Trj '-jj-wvf if,-i.JNv.jiif Jh. k 1 1 1 1 1 imi .e-i r-zs'i i
. "rag5;'--- -
:? "V -ui
- fjrii -rA i 1' w.t, lirfwr ---
I . . - .! 1H
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, OMoride of Lime,
CoMy's Fluid, Ssmiias,
113 & 115 Fort St.,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmaim St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY,
and Other Fine Ware.
KTe-w K-tags and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Temple of Fashion
COKNEIl OV FOKT AND HOTEL STREETS.
We Juat Reoeived
3STe-w IDress" Goods,
Iia,clies' Bedforci Caps,
Bolts, Latest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
Honolulu, H. I.
New Goods, ex Benmore.
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