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Hf BY AUTHORITY.
If MEMBERS OF TAX
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Commissioned by the Minister of Finance
for the Year 1892.
District Hllo-C K. Wchanhon, L.
District Puna It. Hjurolt, Kninnii.
District Kou C. Macomber, J. C. Scurlc.
District 8. Konu 0. Kaeo, Muses llar
rott. District N. Kona I). Xamauti, Oeorge
District N. Kohala J. MeOuIre, K North
rop. District S. Kohala F. Sponccr, T. W.
District HaniuMia-H. Hall, II. P.
District N. HUo Jas. Matoon, 1). Ku
population mntlo up iw is ours is fit
for republican government. Tho
last census shows tho following
... . mo
When it is understood (hat tho
changes in population which havo
taken place since tho census was
taken make tho case worse for re
publicanism, it is clear that tho
wiitor for tho Friend is blinking at
facts for home reason not clear to
the aveiago leader.
Native . .
Clillico. . .,
Portuguese . ...
British . .
l'olj ncfian ,. ...
District Hann J.
District Wallukt-J. T
District Molokai anil
Cockett, L. K. Kuyiibea.
District Lahalna L. M
District Mnknwno 1'.
David P. Eldrldi-o.
District Walmca and Niibau H. K.
Conant, D. Kua.
District Hanalci 1. T. G. Bryant, L.
District Knwalhnn 1. Lindeinun, Q. 1.
District Koloa W. G. Smith, Kekoa.
District Lihue H. 1). Wisbard, Josia
District Honolulu W. F. Allen, J. T.
District Ewa and Waianac A, J. Camp
bell, J. It. Holt, Jr.
District Waialua Jas. Gay, Kaiaika-waha.
District Koolaulo.i Jas. Corwin,
District Koolaupoko Jas. Olds, It.
1. C. MACFAItLANK,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, October 31, 18U2.
DKI'AIITMFNT 01 FlNAMT, )
Honolulu, October 2r, 18'K.. j
By virtue of authority given by an Act
of the Legislative Assembly, entitled an
" Act to Prevent the Infection of Cholera
in the HuwaiLu Islands," approved on the
27th day of September, lS'U, upon n com
mendation of the Board of Health, 1 do
hereby declare all Ports of Entry In tho
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
E. C. MACFAULAN1,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 25, 18f. 537-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and the m.u city
of water in the Government Keservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irnga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 3 to (J o'clock i m., until further notu ti.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Ciias. T. Guiick,
Minister of the Inteuor.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. tfi, 18!J.'.
Important Exporiment on Halawa
Noithor tho roport of tho Com
mitteo on Tea and ColToo nor tho
discussion thereon, in tho Planters'
Convontion, were sulhcient to ovor
coino tho modesty of Mr. T. S. Kay,
manager of Halawa plantation, Ko
hnla, so as to permit him to rovoal
an exporiment ho has inaugurated
on that ostato in tho way of starting
cotreo homesteads on tho profit
sharing plan. Ono of his brother
planters of Kohala, however, gave
him away to a representative of tho
Bulletin, who elicited tho facts
given bolow from Sir. Kay.
Tho compaii' is giving Portuguese
plots of land of fivo to ton acros
each, rent free, to be planted in cof
foo. Single nion are excluded and
married men without children aro
givon second olaco to thoso with
children. The idea in this regard is
not moroly tho benefit to a greator
number by tho sottloinont of nion of
family, but thoso can work tho
homesteads to groator advantage
through tho children's sorvicos m
cultivating and picking tho cofloo.
Tho homesteads aro to receivo sovon
twelfths of tho profits on tho pro
duct of their plots. During tho
slack period on the coffee farms tho
tenants aro promised whatever em
ployment may bo availablo on tho
sugar plantation, while tho women
and children can attend to the
lighter details of cultivating tho
Thirty acres havo already boon
taken up by Portuguese families on
tho plan described. It is Mr. Kay's
intention to procure some of tho
tobacco seed being distributed by
Mr. Marsdon, and exporiment on the
Halawa ostato in tho cultivation of
"tho weed." His honiestoacfing ex
periment will bo watched with gon
Owing to tho diongbt and htarcity of
water, the residents maiika of Judd street
are requested to collect what water thoj
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu S' uter Works.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1892. 515-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Bf.EPT IN THE WOODS.
Advonturo of Two English Podos
trians in tho Mountains.
Mr. O. H. Fairer, n clerk in tho
stores of Messrs. Tltoo. II. Davios &
Co., and Mr. Sheldon Painter, who
lntolv arrived from England with
Mr. Thoo. II. Davios, whoso secretary
ho is, started from town at 11 o'clock
yoslorday morning to oxploro tho
mountains. They only returnou
from their tour at about 11 o'clock
this morning, having had enough
adventure to make a constitution
and by-laws for tho proposed Alpine
Tho bold mountain climbers at
tained tho summit of Tantalus by
tho trail without difficulty. Aftor re
veling a while in the ravishing scono
ry commanded by that point, tlioy
sot out for now scenes and reached
tho plateau at tho bond of 1'auoa
Valloy in good trim and spirits.
Puisuing tho oou tenor of their
way, tho pedestrians tramped along
tho ridgo with tho intention of got
ling over into Manoa Valloy. It
was on this stngo that thoir adven
Tho nion wore descending a gulch
to gain tho Manoa ridgo, when, on
a steop and rugged declivity, Mr.
Fairor lost his foothold and fell
hoadlontr. Ho tumbled hoad ovor
heols for thirty foot, sustaining
bruises on his body and fivo or six
cuts on tho hoad. Tho flow of blood
was probably what prevented a
period of unconsciousness. Mr.
Paintor hurried down to tho roliof
of his injured companion, hurting
his own hands somewhat in holding
on to projections in tho doscont.
Mr. Fairer had lodged on a rocky
shelf, just on tho vorgo of a second
precipice 50 foot in height.
Mr. Fairor soon rocovoring from
his fall, our horoos rotracott thoir
stops to tho plateau they had lately
loft. It boing then about 5:30
o'clock, they decided to sottlo down
for tho night. Thoy made a bod of
bracken under shelter of a tree, and,
protecting thoir faces from insects
as well as thoy could with thoir outer
garmouts, lay down amongst tho
woird mountain solitudes for sloop.
Mr. Fairor slumbered fairly woll m
spito of his pains, while Mr. Paintor
oncountorod rathor many roccsos in
Tho two adventurers arose be
times and made for town, at 9 o'clock
reaching a native's house that had a
telephone. A message relating thoir
plight brought a hack to their res
cue, kindly sent to moot them by
Messrs. T. H. Davios & Co. Tho
gentlemen aro not feeling any seri
ous effects of thoir mishaps and
night's bivouac in the mountains,
although thoir faces and hands aro
considerably pitted by the piobos of
tho festive mosquitos, which do not
ofton havo such a picnic so far from
the haunts of men.
Hawaiian narflwarG Go., La
But the rabbit
By Jns. F. Morgan.
The Fuend a Traitor.
Mj' attention has been called to
tho editorial matter in the Friend
of tho current mouth. Aftor read
ing tho article, "Has Hawaii Stable
Government?" it is evident that tho
articlo was undertaken for tho pur
pose of getting tho last paragraph
before its readers. Tho writor says:
"As to annexation (with a big, big A),
it will be time to talk about that
when tho United States havo como
to feel that thoy want us to unite in
that grand federation. If that is
our future destiny, wo can only say
wo might go farther and faro worse."
Tt is quito evident that tho writor
dosiios to bo numbered with that
baker's, dozen or malcontents who
aro attracted by tho spirits of Ahab
and Joebol. How strange it is that
t.ho'-o malcontents, who seem to do
siro to become citizens of 'tho groat
Republic, do not take passage for
that favored land. Not so strange
either when wo romombor that ono
of them has twice shaken tho dust
from his feet on our shoies, with the
intention of residing in Massachu
setts permanently, and lias as ofton
returned for tho simple ronton that
ho could not earn his salt thoro.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for bale.
Aro your children subject to croup?
If so, you should never bo without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It is a certain cure for
croup, and has never been known to
fail. If givon freely as soon as tho
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent tho attack. It is tho solo reli
ance with thousands of mothers who
havo croupy children, and never dis
appoints them. Thoro is no danger
in giving this Romedy in largo and
f requont doses, as it contains nothing
injurious. 50 cont bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Root Boer on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
riedyed to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, NOV. 17, 1892.
A subscriber to tho Bulletin in
forms us that our statemont of tho
case of Wramp, for which wo wore
taken to task by tho Hon. W. O.
Smith, accords with that made by
tho Judge who tried tho case, when
tho matter was boforo tho Privy
Couucil for consideration.
QUEER BEPUBMO TIMBER.
A correspondent in this paper calls
attention to tho evidont loaning of
the editor of tho Friond to tho an
nexation of this Kingdom to tho
United States. Our criticism of tho
articlo alluded to by tho correspon
dent is dirocted to that portion
which roads: "Corlainly Hawaii
should not bo disparaged because it
is plainly seen to bo advancing to
wards that political maturity and
full capacity which make monarchy
obsolete and republicanism a neces
sity, as in tho case of Franco."
Either the writor fails to understand
what tends to make a republican
state, or ho imagines that his readers
do not understand tho necessary
elements, that exist in Franco to
some extent, and in tho United
States to a groator extent. Certainly
no scholarly man (and tho editor of
the Friend is ono) boliovos that a
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite lco Croatn Parlors."
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Kb Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho storo formerly occupied
by Frank Gorlz.
Dr. MoLonnnn, 181 Fort stroot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone C82.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Soverin &
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, wook or
mouth 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and SJ.25 a week,
The Best Plasteii. Dampen a
pioco of ilaunol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on ovor tho
seat of pain. It is bottor than any
plaster. Whon tho lungs aro sore
such an application on tho chest
and another on tho back, botwoon
tho shoulder blades, will ofton pre
vent pneumonia. There is nothing
so good for a lame back or a pain in
tho side. A soro throat can nearly
always bo cured in ono night by ap
plying a ilannol bandage dampouod
with Pain Balm. 50 cont bottles for
salo by all doalors. Bonson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
Mrs. Sarah M. Black of Seneca,
Mo., during the past two years has
been affected with Neuralgi.i of the
Head, Stomach and Womb, and
.vrites: "My food did not seem to
itrengthen me at all and my appe
tite was very variable. My face
was yellow, my head dull, and I had
such pains in my left side. In the
morning when I got up I would
have a How of mucus in the mouth,
and a bad, bitter taste. Sometimes
my breath became short, and I had
such queer, tumbling, palpitating
sensatious around tlie heart. I ached
all day under the shoulder blades,
in the left side, and down the back'
of my limbs. It seemed to be worse
in the wet, cold weather of Winter
and Spring; and whenever the spells
came on, my ieet and hands would
turn cold, and I could get no sleep
at all. I tried everywhere, and got
no relief before using August Flower
Then the change came. It has done
me a wonderful deal of good during
the time I have taken it and is work
ing a complete cure."
G. G. GREEN, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.J.
There are few
things in this
than the night
ries. They have
plumage nor does their habit
of getting closer to one's heart
by affectionate punctures
make one )earn lor their
society. They are of the pests
we would feel better without.
For the last two or three
sessions of the legislature
efforts have been made to in
flict upon us the rabbit
another terror equal to the
was kept out of the Kingdom
through legislation; the other
pest, the mosquito, cannot be
reached by the law makers.
Pictures of the offenders are
nerewitn presented; it you-
meet the one
the law cannot
reach take it
ward the exter
mination by a
We mentioned, incidentally,
a few weeks ago. something
about the lamps that were ex
pected on the Brig V. G.
Irwin. The lamps are in the
store and for artistic design
and superior workman ship
we commend them to your
notice. wnen you are get
ting something to live . with,
like a lamp for instance, you
may just as well have an
article that you will not grow
tired of.- Where;, it costs no
more than a plain clap-trap
anair it is in
look at a lamp
just as you do at your rugs or
jour curtains; you want some
thing that will remain new to
you. i nac is tne style lamp
we offer you
Separate and distinct from
these everlastingly beautiful
is an assortment of
selected from ihe. slock
most celebrated lamp
milder in the United
-square .shades in silk.
with bench silk lace;
shades in satin, lined
FRIDAY, Nov. 18th,
AT 10 0'UI.OOK A. At.,
Siilc-trooin, 1 will sell nl Public
CLOTHING, TAILOR'S GOODS,
A! HO V LOT OK
Blnelo mul Double HcditeniN,
ClmirH, loimcs, I'urviuis,
Washstands, Etc., Etc.
AT 12 O'OI.OOIC
g-:r,a. 1ST ID
At my Salesroom. Queen Street, I will oll
nt l'ubllc Auction tbu
Of tlm Kstntu of Juinea llnnN,
1 All that portion of It. Y. 112, I.. ( A.
irIJ, to Kmto, by deed of Ahull mul 1'ue
kiil.ui to snid .Ins. Harris. Tho above l'ro
citj fronts on the easterly side of Fort
street, below Kukui street, and is omuplcd
in jmrt by Chinese stores and by the Into
resideneu of said Jas. Harris, deceased.
2 Kulenna in Koolaupoko, Island of
Oaliu, now leased.
3 A Knleana at Hononliuli, Iwa.
The above Properties odor a-vcrv desira
ble chance for Investment. The Property
on Fort street is now partly under rent,
making an assured income.
Wi-Foi further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan,
OUlt KNTII113 STOCK OF
Lawus, Swisses, Victoria Lawns,
A' FULL LINE OF
Nainsook, Ginghams,' Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Urii. 414 TKLI'I'HONKH Mutual 114
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for f0 enU per month ,
$ 9.75 Per Cord 4 Foot LongtliH
J13.00 Per Coid 1 Foot Lengths
$10 00 Per Cord 4 Foot Lengths.
Z0 Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
tm- King up Nil; HI on Uoth Tele
W. H. STONE,
A.O O OU2SFT .AJSTT .
P. 0. Box 17,
with the same
eye from the
smart shade is the
for table lamps.
surah silk and smotheied in
the fluffiest sort of lace. For
the parlor where a piano lamp
is not used nothing is more
entrancing 'than this particular
style of shade. We have them
in a variety of colors from
Pink to Red and from Canary
to a Rich Orange. For a
shade combining all the good
qualities of the very expensive
patterns but at a jnuch less
cost there are none more
fetching than the Lace Canoe
size they run
inch, suitable for
to 21 inches
for a piano
of last year
sink into in-significance
compared with those we show
you to-day, Ours is the recog
nized hot bed of lamps which
are at once "rechurchy and
distingay." Our present as
sortment is built of the kind
that is sure to find the latch
string to the doors of the
handsomest residences in
Pi cents its Annual Airay of
And gives no evideneo of diminished sup
ply on account of tho cry of dull times,
but meets the changed conilitlnn of things
by a reduction of pi ices in many lines
through a saving of American duties on
mo-it I'uropcau Goods that every wcll
regul ited family must have. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
106 Fort Street,
Suggested to a little visitor tho thought
that ' foanta riiiiis was going to live here,"
thus leeoguiiiig the fact us well as name.
Itolhis a variety for selection that must
be 'ten to be be appreciated.
Tho election of HOOKS delajed en
route will be heie bj return "Austialia,"
but the line of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
JJotanold one of lust jcii's slock
in the lot; with
-:- Calendars for 1893-:-
Are Attiai live, both for price and design.
t&" All ordeis cuicfully attended to.
Will be Closed Out This Week at
Not to be
ggT" Ladies Take Advantage of This Special Sale ! ts3tt
Temple of Fasliion..
PACIFIC HARDWABfi , CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block., Fort Street.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Humbug about our Prhes; they are
made on a
50 cents a month,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
And novcr havo to be reduced,
rntlONAM.Y HltM'OTKII BTOCK Of
Elegant Gift Books
And S'VANnAKJ) AUTHORS.
Children's Books lu Illuminated Covers
In Hoards and I.ineu,
Combination Purses & Card Cases
Combination Wallets in Alligator,
Wnuko and Heal HI. Ins.
OAJ1KS OF Aid. DKBOIUPTIONS.
DIARIES for 1893
At Lower Prices than overollered lu
Lawn Tennis Supplies
Including Jtacketa, Balls, Hats. Caps, Nets,
Polos and Gut,
OJtOqUKT BKTS from $1.50 to 1'.
OHHIbTMAS CAHDS aro out of fashion
and yu have in their places a
KKAUTIFUIi JJNl' OK
WHIUH OAN NOT UK 1JKATKN.
iHIHlWtCSODj 111 ',m!Eix' H
PHHHHh IIIIIII H iiR&K(Hffl7N7TecBiI IIHHk,
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahumaim St., Ground Floor,
LAKOE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
Royal Worcester, Grown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
zfizdstie wa.:h,:e! I
ITe-w R.igs aaaci Carpets,'
. "Rattan Ware,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
JJA&SitA t. .JbJaSteatfe&iia . . ju, a&, aaufciK. 4f SiK&fat& &jm3.
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