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Notice to Electors I.
Notlco is hereby given Hint In order to
bo entitled to vote at the Seclnl Election
proclaimed lor October 4th, next, nil elec
tors not exempt by law must hnve paid
tholr Personal Tuxes for tlio year 1802, and
see that their names are on the Register
of Voters for Nobles.
OH AS. T. aUMOK,
Minister o the Interior.
Interior Oflleo, Sept. 22, 1MU.
,, 530 10t-39 St
Postal Savings Bank Notice.
By authority of Section 11 of "An Act
to Amend and Consolidate the Laws relat
ing to the Hawaiian 1'ostal Savings Hank,"
npproved on the 7th dny of September,
1802, and on that day taking elleet; notice
is horeby given that tho rate of Interest on
Havings Bank deposits is llxedns follows:
On amounts under and up to Vivo Hun
dred Dollars ($.100), in Gold Coin of the
United States of America, in any one ac
count, already on deposit in the Hawaiian
Postal Savings Han't on September 30, 1802,
interest will be payable from October 1,
1802, forward until further notice, at the
rato of 0 per cent, per annum, in Gold Coin
of tho United States of America.
On amounts over Five Hundred Dollais
($500) and not exceeding Two Thousand
Five Hundred Dollars ($2,500) in Gold Coin
of the United States of America, in any one
account, on deposit in the Hawaiian Postal
Havings Bank on September 30, 1892, inter
est will be payable from October 1, lSSfc!,
forward until further notice, at the rato of
5 per cent, per annum, in Gold Coin of tho
United States of America.
On deposits placed in the Savings Bank
after September 30, 1892, interest will be
paid until farther 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, IS02.
E. C. MACFAIU.ANE,
531-tf Minister of Finance.
Postal Savings Bank Notice.
By Section 17 of "An Act to Amend and
Consolidate the Laws relating to the Ha
waiian Postal Savings Bunk," approved on
the 7th day of September, 1&9J, and on that
day taking effect, tho Minister of Finance
is authorized to issue Coupon Honda of thu
Hawaiian Government, to be styled the
"Postal Savings Bank Loan," to be issued
only to depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank who may apply for the same.
The "Postal Savings Bank Loan" bonds
are redeemable in not less 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 lie
paid semi-annually, interest and principal
payable in Gold Coin of the United States
of America or its equivalent.
Any dopositor with an aggregate amount
to his credit in the Savings Hank, of not
less than Two Hundred Dollars ($200) in
Gold Coin of the United States of America,
which shall have been on deposit at least
three months, is entitled, on application, to
an issue of "Postal Savings Hank Loan"
bonds in exchango therefor, in sums of
One Hundred Dollars ($100) or multiples
Applications will be received at the Pos
tal Savings Bank for "Postal Savings Bank
Loan" bonds from date until September
30, 1892, inclusive.
E. C. MAOKAIILAN'n,
531-tf Minister of Finance.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tho process of Deepening the
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredgorwill ho in operation night
At night (here will be a Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which cun be
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The Signal consists
of 3 Hed lights and a
White light-as in
tho diagram the red
lights being about 3
feet apart, with tho
white light In tlio
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 the
Dredger, to bo followed by three blasts
Irom tho Dredger when tlio puseago iscleur
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing tho Dredger when necessary,
0. N. BPKNOKH,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior Olllce, March 0, 1892.
Tho Board of Health hus directed Its
Agents to make a special Inspection of
houses and premises in tho City of Hono
lulu with u view of putting tho samo In a
good sanitary condition, and the public
are therefore requested
1. To render all assistance possible to
the Agents of the Hoard of Health.
2. To obey the instructions of tlio
3. To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and other receptacles of refute in a good
4. To have all garbago and other decay
lug refuse promptly removed, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected.
By order of the Jiourd of Health.
Honolulu, Sept, 23, 1892, 530-Mt
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE
To Taxpayors of tho District of IConn,
Tho Books of tlio Tax Assessor for tho
District of Kona, Island of Oahu, will bo
open for inspection by pursons liable h
tnxatlon, from September 20th to October
1, 1MI2, (Sundajs excepted) in tho Knpua
Iwu Hulldlng, between tho hours of 11
o'clock in tho forenoon and 4 o'clock In
the afternoon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Assessor District of Kona,
Island of Oahu.
0. A. Brown,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes 1st Divi
Holders, of Water Privileges or thoso
paying Water Hates, aro hereby not i lied
that, owing to tlio drouth nnd tho scarcity
of water In the Government ltcsorvolrs,
tho Hours for using wntor for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock r. m., until further notice,
JOHN (1. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
(!. N. Sl'KNCFIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. L, Aug. 5, 1M2.
Owing to tho drought and scarcity of
water, tlio residents luauka of Judd street
aro requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock a. m.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Waterworks.
Honolulu, Sept. U, 1892. 515-tf
Tho appointment of John Hapa as Luna
to tako up estrays from Moanalun to Haa
Ullumaim bridge from Liliha street to Judd
street, on Judd street to Nuuanu street,
and on the Government laud in Knlihi,
Honolulu, Oahu, has this day been can
cellid. OH AS. T. GULICK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillco, Sept. 28, 1892. 535-2t
It 1ms pleased Her Majesty the Queen
to grant Letters Patent of Denization to
FRANCIS MATTHEW ENGLISH, Esq.
Iohmi Palace, Sept. 29, 1892.
5J0 lt-tO It
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 30. 1892.
REBUKED BY HIS RECORD.
Mr. Thurston is unfortunate in
somo of tho matters in which ho os
saj's to criticiso tho Government.
One of his latost assaults was based
on the importation of tho treasury
vault safo without tenders being
publicly invited. Mr. Thurston
knows as well as anybody that the
tender s3-stem has ofton been disre
garded for the public benefit in the
caso of supplies not obtainable in
Honolulu. But in tho treasur' safo
matter tho system was not wholly
sot abide. Two agents of safes wore
asked each to make an offer, but
only ono of thorn complied with tho
request. Tho Government had not
decided to expend tho appropria
tion, when events occurred which
precipitated a decision. At this
time a satisfactory offer was on file
and delay to wait for more might
have boon dangorous. Tho name of
the firm that manufactured the safe
selected was a guarantee for satis
faction, as a majority of tho safes iu
town aro tho make of that firm.
Thoro has never boon a hint in all
tho talk that tho prico was exorbi
tant. The transaction was above
board and altogether defensible.
It might bo well for Mr. Thurston
if he could show as clean a record
in similar transactions whon ho was
Minister of tho Interior. Tako tho
installation of tho eloctrie light
works, for instance. Its history is
perpetuated iu tho roport of tho
Finance Committee of the Legisla
ture of 1890. Wo quote:
"It appears that thoro wore two
tenders submitted to tho Minister of
Interior. The first from G. O. Bor
der offering 'an entire electrical out
fit of the Western Electric Com
pany's patent for a 50 light plant of
2000 candle power each, witli singlo
carbon lamps, for $3750; or, with
double carbon lamps, for $1000
f. o. b. Chicago and 5 percent com
missions.' Tlio second was from D.
B. Smith, offering
"One 50 light dynamo $1000
'17 2000c.p. lamps $80.. 37(50
"Less 10 percent 776
"Tho contract was awarded to Mr,
Smith, and, for tho 50-light dynamo
of 100,000-candlo powor, ho was al
lowed to substitute two 30-light
dynamos, tho combined eandlo
power of which was only 72,000.
The Government thus paid $2,981
more, for 28,000-candlo powor less,
than Mr. Borgor pffered to supply.
"By direction of tho Minister, the
Chief Clerk of tho Intorior Depart
ment wrote to Mr, Borgor that His
Excellency would contidor the mat
ter and communicate with him
again; but no further communica
tion with Mr. Borgor ou the subject
uppears, and all subsequent esti
mates came from ono person, D, B.
Smith. It thoroforo appears to us
that tho Minister of tho Interior, by
not allowing competition, has caused
tho electric light plant to cost tho
country a groat deal more than it
Thoro aro othor little transactions
of Mr, Tliurston in tho same report,
wherein his departure from tho con-
Iraol systom, or nccoptnnco of far
from tho lowost toiulor mndo, cost
tlio country thousands of dollars.
Mr. Thurston would consult his own
reputation as a Minister, and sub
sorvo his own (vtooin as n legislator,
if ho kopt in tho background whon
thoro is any question of expenditure
concerned, putting up in his place
some of his now allies of tho Liberal
persuasion, who, while his poors in
rashness, aro only below his quality
Many peoplo horo have desired
tho introduction of East Indian
coolies as laborers to take tho placo
of Chineso and Japanese It will bu
ronionibored that Mr. Alarsuon was
sent by tho Planters' Labor & Sup
ply Co. on a trip to India amongst
other places to seo if somo could bo
got. Tho following letter from Fiji
to tho Town and Country Journal
of Sydney will show tho results of
their introduction in Fiji, which is
bo it remembered a "J -itish Colony.
They seom thoro to do tho samo as
tho Asiatics do horo, and if this is so
it will probably sot tho question of
their introduction horo at rest for
ever, outside of tho protectorate
Sir, Wo in Fiji aro watching-with
much interest the battle now being
fought in Australia in re tho intro
duction of Polynesian labor into
Queensland. Not that wo do so in
tho hopes that your loss of labor in
sugarcane inuusiry may oo our
gain, as comparatively speaking very
fow islanders now aro brought to
Fiji; but to see whether in tho event
Queensland planters having to close
their estates or seek tho introduc
tion of Sir Arthur Gordon's "pot
coolies" thoy choose the lessor evil,
and it is of the greater evil I wish to
warn jou. Tho coolies, of which
thero aro now somo thousands in
Fiji, aro proving a curso to this
country, and oro another deeado will
bo firmly established here. Intro
duced as thoy wore somo years since
by Sir Arthur Gordon, presumably
to moot our labor requirements, thoy
havo now become landholders, storo
kooporSj traders, etc., ontoriug into
competition with Europeans in all
branches of business, continually in
volved iu litigation amongst them
selves, or any unfortunato who may
have business with them, notorious
liars, thieves, and perjurers tlio
scum of India, I verily boliovo. And
such aro our coolio labor. Inden
tured for five years, thoy then be
come free coolies, and if thoy desire
to return to India thoy have to pay
thoir own passage; if thoy elect to
remain othor fivo years, no matter if
as laborer or to enter into business
on thoir own account at the end of
that term (10 years), Government
pay thoir return passage. Now,
wore thoso'freo coolios compelled to
enter into a now agreement for fivo
years as laborers and not allowed to
acquire land or enter into business
of any kind t ho ovil would bo mate
rially lessened. In conclusion, sup
posing Queensland decides on intro
ducing coolies, ere they finally de
cide lot thorn send a representative
down hero to see and hoar for him
self, as my pen cannot do justice to
such an important subject.
Yours, iVc, Old Planter.
Editou Bulletin :
In tho Advertiser of this morning
a correspondent, who assumes all tho
"Common Souse" of this community
goes out of his way to attack tho
Board of Health. Tho writer knows,
if ho reads tho newspapers, that Iho
Board of Health has not promul
gated rules and regulations concern
ing quarantine againnt, cholera. Ho
knows, or should joow, that tho
Board invited tho medical gentlemen
of this city to make suggestions for
guarding this Kingdom from an epi
demic of cholora; that tho sugges
tions have been published and aro
open to fair criticism; that tho Board
has boon and is vol considering the
suggestions, anil t ho correspondent
might havo ascertained that tho
Board, with its limited common
sense, may not approve all of tho
suggestions mado by tho medical
gout lemon. It is only fair, however,
to thoso gentlemen, to say that tho
Board will approve of the sugges
tions touching tho steamship China,
deeming it wiser to forego the spect
acle of entry of so largo a vossol
through tho deepened harbor ehan
nol, rathor than to tako the slightest
risk of infection. So much for the
correspondent. Tho Advertiser with
characteristic sense of fairness not
only publishes tho snarl of "Com
mon Sonso," but gives it tho woight
of editorial approval 1)3' calling at
trition to it in a paragraph, without
a word, however, to correct tho mis
statements of its correspondent, or
to give readers a knowledge of easily
SepU 80, 1892. J. O. Caiitku.
Tho morning boilor plato soom.s to
bo annoyed that the Bulletin got
ahead of it, as usual, both with the
first rumor and the full particulars
of tho wreck of tho Win. A. Cnnip
boll. The stoamor W. G. Hall ar
rived last Friday afternoon at 8:30
o'clock with the nows of tho wreck
of the Wm. A. Campboll. This
paper's issue of that evening con
tained a brief account of tho mishap
all that was known of it at the
time. According to this morning's
papor tho news of the wreck was
"the exclusivo and privato proporty"
of that papor. What unmitigated
galll Perhaps it also imagines, but
is afraid to say, that our full report
of tlio disastor, for which wo pay,
should have boon handed into the
Advertiser oflico. The Bulletin had
three soparate accounts of the ship
wreck forwarded to it, and, if its
space was as cheap as its contem
porary's, it could have given moro
columns to tho disastor, As it was
it gnvo all there was to toll in a moro
roadablo as well as more compact
" I have been afflict
DlllousnoBs, " ed with biliousness
,r r, . "nnd coiibtipatiou
Constipation,!. for firtcell yenrg.
Stomach ; firstne flnd thea
Pains. " tion was suggested
" tome andttkdbut
"In ttr mo-nnen At Inel fl ft IPtwl
" recommended August Flower. I
" took it according to directions and
" its effects were wonderful, reliev
" ing me of those disagieeable
" stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Words
"canuot describe the admiration
"iu which I hold your August
" Flower it has given me a new
" lease of life, which before was a
"burden. Such a medicine is a ben
" efaction to humanity, and its good
"qu alities and
"wonderful mer- Josso Barker,
"its should be
"made known to
" ing with dyspep
G. G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.NJ.
T)Y VIRTUE OF A W1MT OK EXECU-
lj lion issued out of the Supremo Court,
on tho ad day of July, A,
s. I'nnlnm. ilccnlant. In
favor nl Aiu
lilnintill'. for the sum of JlHl.in with lemi
interest thereon from aforesaid date, 1 have
levied upon and shall expose for sale at the
l'olieo Station, in tho District of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, at 12 o'eloek of SATUR
DAY, tho L1 day of Oetoher, A. 1). Ib9.,
to thu highest lilddor, all tho right, title
and interest of tlio said B. l'lialuhl, defen
dant, in and to the following Property,
unless said judgment, interest, costs and
mv expenses lo previously paid.
List of Property for .sale:
All tho right, titlo and interest of said S.
Paaluhi in and to those Pieces and Parcels
of Land situate in Palama, dc-urihod as
(1) 8-100 Avro being a part of Apana
Elua of llojal Patent M, No. 1371, to Pa
huu: the sa'iin' premises being conveyed to
Uiut-.il Paalulii, wifo of said b. Paaluhi, by
.1. Alapai by deed dated April 29, 1880.
(2) 1-10 Acre boing K of Apana BUahi.
Itoyal PatentliST. Land Comnus.sion Award
No. 1188 to Keliipueaina; the samo pro-nii-.es
boing convoyed to Louisa Paaluhi
and S. Paalulii, by deed of V. C. Aelii,
dated March 2.", IbiKJ.
Ib92 Liber U!9I
(Signed) CHAS. 1!. WILSON,
Honolulu, Kept. 21, 189J. G30-5t
To Iiet or Lease.
rpWO N1CHLY FUR
JL nislieJ Rooms, ecn
trallv located. Inquire at
Uum.ktin Olllce. :tt3-lf
,UVAL PREMISES, 31
Deretmua street, op
posite Fort street church.
Annlv to R. I. LILLIE.
:fs2-tf At Theo. H. Davies it Co,
NEW HOUSE OF FlVi:
rooms, on Mugazino
.street, with liathroom, pat
ent . 0.. etc. Commands
ono of the finest views in Honolulu
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS
NICE COTTAGE ON
Iteretaiua street, near
I'nKoi street, containing
Parlor. 2 liedrooms. Datli-
loom, Dinuigioom, P.intiy and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage llbut-c, Stable, etc.
Tramciiis pass every 20 minutes. Apply at
oillco of this papor. I5.s-tf
FOB SALE or LEASE
JL Promises lately occu
pled by Mr. K, Kutir, will
no for sale or U.tso at rea
sonable prico or rental. Tho Grounds con
tain a vaiiety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. The Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern improvements and
conveniences. Roomy liarn and a 2-Roum
Cottage for servants. For further particu
lars, apply to JOHN ENA,
Olllce Inter-Island Steam Navigation
NOTICE TO VOTERS.
A LL VOTERS WILL HE
eints or Lx-
A to present tholi Tax Receipts or
emption Paper (bv Law) to vote on Elec
tion day. M. It. COLltURN,
L. .1. NA1IORAH1PA.
Honolulu, Sept. 29, 1B92. 635-lt
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OFTHE
Mutual Telephone Co. hold this day,
thu following gentlemen were duly elected
to soivo as olllcers for the ensuing year:
President . .Hon. 11. A. Vtdomann,
Vice-President.. . Hon. 0. It. Ilisiiop,
V, .. Hon. (.', O. llciger,
Auditor Hon. W. F. Allen.
Messrs. F, A. Sohaofer, W. G. Irwin, Cecil
Drown, S. 0. Allen and the above-named
ofllears ex afltcia.
v. i). jsi.nuj'.n,
Secret a ry.
Honolulu, Sept. IIS, lbU-.
DR. J. WERNER GUNST
From Molbouruo, Australia,
Oan bo consulted at tho Hawaiian Hotel
from U to VI a. m. and from 'i to f r. m.
L. KONG- FEE,
Fort street, next to Club Stables,
lSf Lately Cutter and Manager of Goo
Kim it Co. Guarantees Good Fit and Rea
sonable I'rlces, I'atronage boliclU-d.
For Mouldinys, frame, Pastrln, Arto
types, Photogravure, Etchings, and
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Bros., Hotel street.
L. J. Lkvkv,
Saturday Evening, October 1st,
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT
Concert, Lecture & Stereoptlcon YIews
Will be given for tho Benefit of the
Organ Fund of the
New Central Union Churoh
lie following Lad!
tleinen and the
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND, .
MISS LOUISE 1E Mi,
MISS SUSIE A. l UNG,
MISS BKUTHA It. YOUNG,
Mil. H. S. WILLIAMS,
HON. JOSEPH MAKSDEN,
Jilt. OKO. C. POTTElt,
MR. 0. HEDKMAN,
' ANII MlCMriKltH or tub
HAWAIIAN CAMERA OLU11.
KXf ltox Plan for Reserved Seats will
be open at the oillco of L. J. Ijwy on
Wednesday morning, Sept. 28th, at I)
Hkm. If!. TELEPHONES Muiuai. 10.
$ 9.75 Per Cord
f 12.50 Per Cord
$1 1.00 Per Cord
.4 Foot Lengths
.. . Sawed
Sawed nnd Split
$ 13.00 Per Cool
Iplfi.fiO Per Cord
$17.00 Per Cord..
. . I Foot Lengths
Sawed and Split
JCSf Delivered to any
part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO,
N. It. We guarantee our Wood to be
sound and free from worms. C18-lm
Armory Building, - Beretanla St.
ZDsLy &; Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
BY THE DAY OR HOUR.
Public Skating: Monday and Saturday
evenings, from 7:30 to 111. Frnlay evening
for Ladies and their Escorts only, lliej clo
Lessons: Tuesday, Wednesday uml Thurs
day. Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
DO YOU FOLLOW ME?
The "TiumihT Ci
uaii" is made of
and Turkish Toliae
co Filler with Ha
vana "Wrapper of
superior guide, and
without paper; pio
seurs to bo the llnest
1 ud is lion siblo
w here a short smoke
is desired. Health
ier and better than
a cigaretto for a
tt9 Ask your
dealer for them I
The Kuboy & Co. Branch of the American
Cigaretto Co., Honolulu.
No. 180 Fort st., : : opp. Club Stables.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,
8t KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
a. J. "Waller,
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
wo will sell nt tho Very
Market Itates fur Gash,
TELEPHONE - - Mutual 19
2HORBE I'OWER Ul'RlGHT RANTER
Enginii and Holler, iu good working
order. Fur particulars or terms mini v to tho
Messrs, King Bros, are showing a fine
line of Bamboo and other style Parlor
Eusels, Wall Braukets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times.
IS THE BEGINNING OF OUU
im: j&- im: im: o t he
Temple of Fashion
CORNER OF FOJtT AND HOTEL STREETS.
Store Opens at 8:30
AVE WILL 111! CLOSED
Friday and Saturday
In order to make the Final Pre
parations for this Immcn-e Sale.
We beg to call jour attention
that this is not a
THE ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE SOLD
BF Yon will be all surprised at
tlio Bargains we aro od'eringl
IT WILL NOT BE A SALE IN NAME
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Cor. Fort & Hotel Sts., - - - Honolulu, H. I.
PACIFIC MARMARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block, Fort Street.
rifrrnn" j, l ., -!.,, .T ''ii. " "'ji1
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges 1
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanitas,
Bromo-Chloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETC, ETC, ETO., ETC.
113 & 115 Fort St.,
A. M. Monday, Oct. 3d.
To niuko this Sale interesting wo
hereby inform vou that on our Open
ing Day, MONDAY,
livery 10th Sale !
IN OUU STORE
WILL GO FREE
tif You will receive the Goods
bought and wo return you the money
of your purchase.
How Long Will
This Sale Last ?
In answer to this iiuostion we beg
to state that it will continue until
EVERYTHING is disposed of.
Monday is the Opening Day of Salo !
Wo Bid Tou All Wolcomo I
Toll Your Friends!
h h fe b
Honolulu, H. I.
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