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Mj$'i T "7" ATT rP T-T HPTTY TAX AsaESS0K's notice
jRO . -- - - - J-i- W il 1 XX. To Taxpayers of tho District of Kona,
HKSJL, - - ' - Oahu.
To PiiEYUST the Inpkotion or Oiiounu in Tin: Hawaiian
Be il J'Jnacted by the Queen and the Legislature of the Hawaiian
Section 1. Tho Ministov of Finnnco, upon being thereto
requested by the Board of Houlth, slmll order that nil ports
of entry in tins Kingdom, oxcopt tho Port of Honolulu, bo
closed, and shall publish notice of such closing of said ports
by publication in newspapers published in Honolulu.
Section 2. From tho time of making said ordor, no vessel
arriving from foroign ports shall bo allowed to enter any port
in this Kingdom oxcept the port of Honolulu unless driven
into a port by stress of weather, nor shall such vessel under
any circumstances bo allowed to land any mails, cargo, pas
sengers, officers or crew during the time while such order of
tho Minister of Finance is in force, oxcopt as providod in
Section 3 of this Act.
Section 3. After 11113' vessel from foreign ports shall have
entered tho port of Honolulu, the Board of Health may issuo
a permit to such vessel to proceed to and outer its port of
destination, if such port be any other than that of Honolulu.
Section 4. The Minister of Finance when thereto advised
by tho said Board of Health, may revoke such order and give
notice of such revocation by like publication, and thereupon
tho ports of entry established in the Kingdom shall be re
opened for tho entry of vessels arriving from foreign ports.
Section 5. Any officer of any vessel arriving from foreign
ports or any passenger thereon or any member of her crow
who shall wilfully violate the prohibition established by the
Minister of Finance under this Act shall be guilty of a mis
demeanor, and upon conviction thereof m any Police or Dis
trict Court shall be punished by imprisonment not less than
six months nor more than two years and by fine of not loss
than one thousand nor more ten thousand dollars.
Section 6. This Act shall go into effect immediately.
Approved this 27th day of September, A. D. 1892.
By the Queen :
Cha8. T. Gulick,
Minister of the Interior.
Notice to Electors I
Notice is hereby given that in order to
be entitled to vote at tho Special Election
proclaimed for October tth, next, nil elec
tors not exempt by law must have paid
their Personal Taxes for tho year 18!)2, and
see that their names are on tho Kcgister
of Votors for Nobles.
GH AS. T. aULIOK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 22, 1892.
530 10t-3it 2t
Postal Savings Bank Notico.
Uy authority of Section 11 of "An Act
to Amend and Consolidate the Laws relat
ing to the Hawaiian Postal Savings Jiank,"
approved on the 7th day of September,
1892, and on that day taking cflect; notico
is hereby given that the rate of interest on
Savings Bank deposits is fixed as follow s:
On amounts under ami up to Five Hun
dred Dollars (fWO), in Gold Coin of tho
United States of America, in any ono ac
count, already on deposit in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Bank on September 30, IS'JJ,
interest will be payable fioin October 1,
1892, forward until further notico, at tho
rate of 0 per cent, per annum, in Gold Coin
of the United States of Amorica.
On amounts over Fivo Hundred Dollars
((500) and not exceeding Two Thousand
Fivo Hundred Dollars ($2,500) in Gold Coin
of tho United States of Amorica, in nny one
account, on deposit in the Hawaiian Postnl
Savings Bank on September 30, 1692, inter
est will be payable from Octobor 1, 1892,
forward until further notico, at tho ratu of
6 per cent, per annum, in Gold Coin of the
United States of Amorica.
On deposits placed in tho Savings Dank
after September 30, 1892, interest will bu
paid until farther notico, at the rato of 0
per cent, per annum on accounts not ex
ceeding Five Hundred Dollars ($500). No
interest will bo paid on accounts excooding
Five Hundred Dollars ($500), in single ac
counts, deposited after September 30, 1802.
i:. 0. MACFAULANK,
531-tf Minister ot Finance.
Postal Savings Bank Notice.
By. Section 17 of "An Act to Amend and
Consolidate the Laws relating to the Ha
waiian Postal Savings Hank," approved on
the 7th day of September, 1892, und on that
day taking eHert, tho Minister of Finance
is authorized to issuo Coupon Bonds of thu
Hawaiian Government, to lie styled the
"Postal Savings Hank Loan," to bo issued
only to depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank who may apply for thobumc,
Tho "Postal Savings Bank Loan" bonds
are redeemable in not loss than llvo nor
more than twenty years, at tho option of
the Minister of Finance, and bear interest
at the rato of 0 percent, per annum, to bo
paid semi-annually, Interest and principal
payable in Gold Coin of tho United States
of America or its equivalent.
Any depositor with au aggregato amount
-to his credit in the Sayings Bank, of not
Jess than Two Hundred Dollars (f 200)" in
Gold Coin ot the United States of America,
which shnll have been on deposit at least
three months, is entitled, on application, to
an issue of "Postal Savings Dank Loan"
bonds in exchange therefor, in sums of
Ono Hundred Dollars ($100) or multiples
Applications will be received nt the Pos
tnl Savings Unnk for "Postal Savings Bank
Loan" bonds from date until September
30, 1892, inclusive.
Minister of Finance.
NOTICE TO MABINEKS.
During the process of Deepening tho
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will be in operation night
At night there will be a Danger Signal
placed on the forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can bo
seen by all vessels approaching the hnrbor.
The Signal consists
of 3 Bed lights and a
White light as in
the diagram tho red
lights being about 3
feet npart, with tho
white light in tho,
All steamers cross
ing tho Bar Will stop
at a safe distance from tho Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast from tho
Dredger, to bo followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when tho passago is clear
und they can proceed.
Tho Tug will bo on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist bailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when necessary.
C. N. SPENOEH,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior OHlco, March 0, 1892.
Tho Hoard of Health has directed its
Agents to make a special inspection of
houses and premises in tho City of Hono
lulu with a view of putting tho same in a
good sanitary condition, and tho public
nro theroforo requested
1. To render all assistance possible )o
tho Agents of tho lioard of Health.
2. To obey tho instructions of tho
3. To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and othor receptacles of refuso in a good
1, To have nil garbage and othor decay
ing refuse promptly removed, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected,
ily order of the Hoard of Health.
. Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1892. 530-Ut
Holders of Water Privileges, or thoso
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and tho scarcity
of vittter in tho Government lleservoirs,
the Hours for using wuter for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a, m,,
nnd 5 to (i o'clock v, m,, until further notico,
JOHN 0. WHITK,
Supt, Honolulu Water Works,
0. N, SPBNCKIt,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. fi, 1892.
Tho llooki of tho Tnx Assessor for tho
District of Kofm, Island of Onlm, will be
open for inipootlon by ponons llablo to
tiixntiim, from September 20th to October
1, ISili, (Sundays execptod) In tho Knpna
ln llulldtng, between the hours of 0
o'clock In tho forenoon nml -I o'clock In
tho nftcrnoon. T. A. M.OYD,
Deputy Tnx Assessor District of Konn,
Island of Onlm.
0. A. Hhown,
Assessor ami Collector of Taxes 1st Divi
On lug to tho drought nnd scarcity of
water, the residents liiauku of J mid street
nro requested to collect what water tlioj
may require for household purposes bcfoic
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITH,
Bupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1S!K. 615-tf
Mn. JOHN HAl'A hnn this dny been
appointed Luna to take up est rays on tho
Government roads from Monnnlnn to Lillha
streot to HnnUlinmnnu bridge, J odd street
to Nnunnu street nnd on the Government
i land in Kalihi, Honolulu, Oahu.
OHAS. T. GUI.1CK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 20, 1802. 63T-3t
Missus. .1. K. KAHOOKAN'O, X. l?i:il
NANDKZnnd.TAS. K. l'AlH.D hnvo this
day been appointed Notaries l'ublic for the
First, Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
OHAS. T. QULIOK,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 1!3,.1802. SUl-Iif
AIfssus. HKNltY HODMKS and Yv"M. I,.
I'KTUKSON have this day been appointed
Notaries Public for the First Judicial Cir
cuit of the Kingdom.
OHAS. T. GULIOK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. '20, 1892. 5.T2-3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1892.
Unanimity on ono point at least
was displayed by tho speakers at the
ratification mooting last night. Each
and every ono apologi7ed for being
found in each and ovory other's
The lion lies down with tho lamb
sometimes but generally whon tho
lion gets up tho lamb is inside him.
It remains to bo seon who is the lion
and who tho lamb in tho present po
litical porsonal opposition party.
The interpreter last night was
paid to intorprot to the police. At
least flioro vtoro fow other natives in
tho mooting. It doesn't seem as if
tho Thurston - cum - Ashf ord - cum-Bush-cum-"Vilcox
circus was a groat
draw to the Hawaiian population, or
to tho foroign population either for
Hon. C. W. Ashford last night: "I
do not consider the lottery question
as a paramount ono." Right you
aro. But tho Advertiser (Morning
Bulldozer) will from henceforth
consider you as sold body and soul
to tho "lottery boodlors" and regard
j'ou, as U103' used to, as a "moral
lepor," which will bo bad for you
Col. Honry Wattorson, tho able
Kentucky editor, is reported as say
ing: "Just as soon as tho Democrats
got the power they will wipe out tho
atrocious Republican sugar bounty
system and restore tho sugar duties.
Instead of paying millions of bounty
out of tho treasury to sugar plan tors,
wo will re-establish tho revenue tariff
' Moro power to your
you keep tip tho treaty
with Hawaii whon
you down tho
Rumors have been circulated that
Mr. C. B. Mailo had not qualified in
time to bo a legal candidate for elec
tion, and that thus tho contest lay
between Mr. 0. Brown and H.
Waterhouse only. This is injuring
Mr. Mailo by causing his supporters,
undor this misapprehension, to pro
miso to vote for oithor of tho othors.
Mr. Mailo thorofore desires us to
state that ho is not only still a can
didate for election, but a candidate
who is legally qualified to bo elected,
and that his nomination papers woro
in due form and received in proper
time by tho proper officer.
Tho Engineering News has tho
following: "In Milwaukeo a disin
fecting van is sent to tho houso
whoro a contagious disease has oc
curred and carpots, bedding, cloth
ing, furnituro, otc, aro placed inside
tho van and subjected to a tempera
ture of 250 until all germs aro kill
ed. This appears to bo a very sensi
ble innovation on tho ordinary plan
of carrying infected articles through
tho streets to a central disinfecting
station, with tho possibility of
spreading tho disease on tho way,"
It is also said that heat as above is a
bettor moans of disinfecting mail
mat tor than fumigation.
The Minister of Finance has acted
promptly in tho mnttor of closing
tho ports of entry on tho othor
islands, Tho bill passed tho Legis
lature at 0:30 o'clock this morning,
and by tho steamer W. G. Hall,
which was itotaincd about half an
hour, instructions wore forwarded
to tho collectors of Kahului, Lnhn
ina, Koalakokua, and to Hilo by way
of tho Volcano; thus reaching all
ports of entry to windward, oxcopt
Mahukona, Honoipu and Knwaihno,
whoso instructions will go by tho
stoatnor Kinau on Friday. rlo all
potts on Kauai, instruction will go
by steamers leaving this afto'noon.
Tho mail brings nowsof the death
of F. N. Qisborno, for nhuttt foiu
teon years snnorintoiuliuilof govoru
montt olographs of Canada, lijforo
taking that position ho had lopro
sontod largo English capital invest
ed in Canadian coal uiini'S. Mr.
Gisborno was, 70 yoars old. Ho was
a rival of tho lato Cyrus W. Field of
Now York for tho honor of initiating
tho first Atlantic cable, tho Wash
ington Republican having a few
yoars ago stronglj' supported Mr.
Gisborno's claim to tho distinction.
Mr. Gisborno told tho writor of this
paragraph that boforo Mr. Field had
touched tho project, ho was tramp
ing through tho woods of Newfound
land, surveying a land lino for tho
cable connection. Both mon dosorvo
to bo always romomborod for thoir
respective parts in tho momentous
project. They have both died with
in ono year.
How soon professional politicians'
viows change whou personal interest
demands, lion. J. E. Bush last night
stated that ho had given up his viows
as to tho rights' of his follow Hawni
ians. Thoy lacked according to him
his intellectuality. "Heaven savo tho
mark! As ho afterwards compared
them to swine, probably his follow
Hawaiians or anyone elso will not
regret thoir lack of tho kind of in
tellectuality displayed by tho aso of
such elegant expressions. Hon. R.
W. yiIcox said that efforts in favor
of gotting a now Constitution wore
injurious to tho interests of Hawai
ians. For tlw last few j'ears he has
proached in tho most rabid and
bloodthirsty language tho opposito
doctrine. And such backsliders and
turncoats as thoso aro hold up as re
presenting tho Hawaiian people.
The party that rolics on thorn for
support relies on a broken reed.
Tho cat is out of tho bag. Mr.
Thurston said last night that ho
(and others) nominated Mossrs.
Waterhouse and Robinson. That
"wo must have a Legislature that
is not hostile to the United States."
That his two candidates "would
guard carefully Jtho welfare of Ha
waii." That ''it was a 'quostion of
broad and butter." A nyono who lias
any ordinary coinmonsonso will see
exactly what this means without Mr.
Thurston's assurance that "it is not
a question of annexation." Wo can
fearlessly sar that tho present Legis
lature is not hostilo to the United
Statos and neither is tho Ministry.
Nor aro any of tho candidates for
election. But it requires something
more than being not hostilo to tho
United Statos or any other country.
It requires a strong declaration in
favor of maintaining tho independ
ence and autonomy of Hawaii at all
hazards and under all conditions.
This Messrs. Waterhouse and Robin
son have not given.
Tho public treasury is said to bo
protty woll doploted; and tho well
known fact that while ordinary ex
penditures havo remained about
whoro thoy woro, tho revenues from
all sources have largely diminished,
is strong presumptive ovidonco, with
out othor proof, that it must bo so.
Nevertheless, it. is gratifying to all
who favor tho stability of tho coun
try and desiro its continued inde
pendence, to know that what was its
woakost plank is now tho most
thickly and socuroly armored. For
yoars tho ordinary espouses of gov
ernment havo boon largely defrayed
by tho deposits which ilowod into
tho Hawaiian Postal Savings Bank,
These doposits woro merely a tem
porary loan, repayable by law with
in sixty dio o t most aftor domaud.
Yot tho law allowed their being ro
gardod and used as a permanent
loan, with ample timo to provide and
prepare for thoir repayment, and
thoy woro so used. Then came a
gonoral depression, which, with con
comitant circumstances, caused au
unexpectedly heavy demand on tho
Savings Bank. All demands havo
boon promptly and fully mot as tho
legal notices expired, and tho Postal
Savings Bank, undor arrangements
with the local commercial banks, by
authority of Chaptor 88 of tho Ses
sion Laws of 1888, is now in a posi
tion to moot all calls that can possi
bly bo mado upon it.
TOO KNOWING PEOPLE.
Tho following stories show iip a
class of peoplo woll-known to ovory
editor. Thoy always think thoy
know every habitual or professional
writor by his "stylo," but aro away
off nine timoa out of ton:
A certain editor was interrogated
by Prof. A., an eminent critio, as to
tho authorship of an article, and as
soon as tho question was asked, ho
said: "Of course you do not care to
say, but 1 know that B, wrote it; it
is full of his peculiarities of stylo."
A fow days later tho editor fell in
Dr. B.. the man to whom Brof.
A.hnd roforred. "By tho way," ho
said "that was a pretty good articlo
you had tho other day, mentioning
tho ono ot which Professor A. had
spoken. "I know it was writton by
Prof. A. It is just llko him." Bos
On olio-occasion a brother said to
this writor: "I know ovory word you
write. It is impossible for you to
writo a lino I would not recognize if
1 saw it in a Chinese paper. For no
ono ol'so writes like j-ou. 1 know in
stantly that you wrote such au art i
clo and also tho reply to il." As
Brothor J. II. Fullilovo had written
tho aiticlo and Brothor J. A. French
the reply, thoro was a good laugh in
tho olficu. Louisville Western llrcord
er. A THURSTON VAGARY.
Mr. Thurston was up to his neck
in his besotting sin last night. Ho
could only como in sight of tho
truth whon his jaw struck a gener
ality. Contrarj' to what Mr. Thurs
ton said, tho Bulletin has contained
moro correspondence against tho
lottory than in its favor. And every
time tho lottory was roforrod to edi
torially or locally in this paper it
was with disfavor. Tho Bulletin
moro than suspected tho scheme was
only a chartor speculation from tho
start, hen co it would only have been
boating tho air to whack at tho
Louisiana Lottory. Whenever con
firmation of our suspicions camo to
hand, which it only did yesterday
morning, whon a friend handed
in tho interview with Piosidont
Conrad, tho oxposuro and de
nunciation woro inado. Thoy could
not have been mado any soonor.
No party, managers woro con
sulted about it oithor. More
over, it had been privately intimated
in a proper quarter that if tho Min
isterial candidates declared thoin
solvos for tho lottory, this paper
would oppose thein and try to defeat
thorn. The porsonal siguaturo of tho
Prosidont, and the official signature
of tho Manager of the Bulletin Pub
lishing Company woro, without the
signors' knowledge of each other's
action, appended to tho petition
against the" lottory prosontod to tho
Legislature. And action takon at a
business mooting of tho company,
at tho instance of tho editor, resulted
in stopping tho freo publication in
this paper of all letters in behalf of
the schomo which woro not clearly
spontaneous expressions of public
opinion. Mr. Thurston said last
night a remark that our report, on
a pago printed boforo this is writton,
accidontly omits that thoy would
shovo the lottory down tho Govern
ment candidates' throats. Before
proceeding with that interesting
performance Mr. Thurston had bet
tor scan tho petitions in favor of tho
lottory, and seo how many dozens of
names ho will find signed to it of
votors that ho will have no doubt
belong to his curious combination.
Ho had better drop tho lottory is
suo, or it may jump down his own
OP THD DIH'AKTMKNT
to vote for Jsobles at the
Special Klection to bo held on October 4th
next, aro requested to can at tuuuax col
lector's Oflice, In Knpnniwn Uuilding, next
to AliioUni Hulo, nnd nsk for exemption
certificates. Such certiilcates to bo pro
duced on election day before tho Inspetors
to uvoid trouble.
538-nt Secretary H. V
I.. J. I.i:vi:y,
Saturday Evening, October 1st,
AT 8 O'CLOCK
A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT
-7 CONSISTINO OY
Concert, Lecture & Stereoptlcon YIews
Will be given for tho Honefit of tho
Organ Fund of tho
New Central Union Church
Assisted by the following Ladies and Gen
tlemen nnd tho
ItOYAI, HAWAIIAN HANI),
MISS LOU1SUF. DAI.K,
MISS SUSIK A. YOUNG,
MISBHIIKTHA It. YOUNO,
Mil. II. S. W11JJAMB,
HON, JOSEPH MAliSDKN,
Mlt. CI P.O. 0. POTTKIt,
mil 0. hi:di:man,
AMI MKMIII'KS OF 11115
HAWAIIAN OAMKIIA Oi.UIt,
MP- iiox Plan for Hosorvcd Seats will
bo open at the nlliee of V, .1. I,evoy on
Wednesday morning, Sent. i!8th, at 0
Honolulu Hre Department
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
BppffTjllBBBPWHfife t SBwBWMWWBRxllyMyiw
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanifas,
113 & 115 Fort St.,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahimianu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of
SPKOIAI, DISPLAY OF
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY, WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Pine Ware.
ISTe-w I2.-u.gf3 and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Temple of Fashion
COhNER OP FORT
IsTe'w Dress Goods,
IiLciies' IBedJTorci Oei-ps,
Belts, Hisitest Style. "
mau a uctryis iime ui rraveimg ithuks ana vauses.
Honolulu, H. I.
New Goods, ex Benmore.
A1stD hotel streets.
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