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MEMBERS OF TAX APPEAL BOARDS
Commissioned by the Minister of Finance
for the Year 1892.
HUo-( U. IttclinrilHim,
District 1'iiim U. Hjorolt, V. Kmiinu.
District Kou 0. Mncombor, J. 0. Sourle.
District 8. Koim C. Kneo, Mocs llnr
rctt. District N. Konn D. Nntimnu, flcorgc
District N. Kohnla J. McQulrc, V North
rop. District 8. Kohnla F. Spencer, T. W.
District Hamnkun H. Hull, JI. 1.
District N'. Hllo Jns. Miitoon, D. Ku
District Unna J. K. Lons, W. K
District Wnllukt-J. T. Aluli, l'atrick
District Moloknl and Lanai Charles
Cockett, L. K. Kupihcn.
District Lahalna L. M. Baldwin, Peter
District Mnknwao 13. Hao Kekapai,
David 1 Eldridge.
District Walmea and Nilhau K. 15.
Conant. D. Kua.
District Hanalei U. T. Q. Hryant, L.
District Kawaihau D. I.indeman, G. II.
District Kolon W. G. Smith, Kckoa.
District Llhue II. D. Wislmril, .losia
District Honolulu W. F. Allen, J. T.
District Ewa and Wiiuume A. J. Camp
bell, J. K. Holt, Jr.
District Waialua Jas. day, Kaiaika
waha. District Koolauloa Jas. Corwin, Jus.
District Koolaupoko Jas. Olds, It. Mn
kahalupa. D. V. MACFARLAXU,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, October 31, lB'JJ.
An oloctornl bill, including tho
siuTrngo to nil women ovor 21 years
of nge, pawtl both houses of tho
Now Zealand I'arliamont. Tho bill
was dropped, howovor, by tho Gov
ernment on account of a proviso in
setted by tho Legislative Council,
enabling women to vote by an elec
toral right, which had to bo lodged,
properly certified at a post ollico.
This privilege, it nppoats, is ono
giant ed to shearers, commercial
travelers, etc., who may find it in
convenient to vote personally in
their own districts. "Both tho Gov
ernment and tho Council," says tho
Auckland Herald, "hao been ac
cused of having been insincere in
this matter from tho first, and it is
saul that tho liquor iniluonco was
powerfully exerted so as to manage
that tho bill should bo dropped."
An Act of tho British Pailiamont
authorizes tho Governor of any of
tho Austialiau Colonies to grant a
licouso under bonds, permitting auy
vcssol.to carry laborors from ono isl
and to another in tho Pacific. Mr.
J. T. Arundol, who is woll-knovvn in
Honolulu, applied to tho Now Zeal
and Govornmont for such a liconso,
for the transfor of his guano-working
laborers, but Mr. Ballauco, tho Pre
mier, roluseci to grant uio license, on
tho ground that ho was opposed to
tho utilization of black labor aivy
whero. Tho Chiof Justico, Sir James
Prondorgast, who was administering
tho Govornmont at tho timo, granted
tho liconso ovor tho hoad of tho
Premier on tho authority of tho Im
perial Act. It is said that tho Secre
tary of State for tho Colonies agrees
that Sir James was right in his ac
tion, but thinks that it will bo ex
pedient in futnro that in this matter
tho Governor should bo guided by
his responsible advisors.
Dfpartmkkt or VibAt.cr',' I
HotsOLULU, October, 1892.
My virtue of authority given by an Act
of the Legislative Assembly, entitled an
" Act to Prevent the Infection of Cholera
in the Hawaiian Islands," approved on the
27th day of September, 18'IJ, upon recom
mendation of the lioard of Health, 1 do
hereby declare all Ports of Entry in thu
Kingdom, now open to commerce.
E. C. MAGFAHLANE,
.-" '" '"lister of Finance.
- -Honolulu, Oct. '25, lb92. r,-cl
Pearl Harbor Cession.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and the scarcity
of water in tho Government Iteservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. u.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock p.m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Oiiah. T. Gohok,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. lii, 18D2.
Owing to tho drought and searcitj si
water, the residents niauka of J mid !tieet
aro requested to collect what water t hoy
may require for household purpor.es before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu tVater Works.
Honolulu, Sept. (!. 1802. filfi-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1892.
Tho natives on the island of Tu
tuila, Samoa, aro engaged in a bloody
civil war. With a protectorate of
three great Powers ovor tho group,
it is a disgrace J,o civilization that
Biich a thing should bo allowed.
"Owing to tho McKiiiloy tariff,
tho owners of cotton mills in Fall
River, Massachusetts, aro voluntarily
increasing tho wagos of tho opera
tives 7 percent." Of courso tho elec
tion has nothing to do with this
Ka Loo finds it hard to answor
tho Bulletin on tho "principle-" and
"majority" questious. It rathor gives
tho case away when it contonds that,
whilo thoro was a "principle" and a
"majority" to carry it out, a majority
of that majority wore too unprinci
pled to carry out tho principle. In
othorJwords povvor and not principle
waB tho motive of most of tho maj
Although tho British Govornmont
has remained firm in its refusal to
continue moro than Postal Union
rates for tho San Francisco-Colonial
mail sorvico, tho Government of Now
South Wales has come to tho relief
of Now Zealand by agreeing to con
tribute 4000 toward tho mainten
ance of tho sorvico for ayoar. "This,"
Bays tho Auckland Herald, "secures
tho continuance of tho sorvico in tho
meantime, but it is much to bo de
sired that substantial arrangements
Tho question of tho cession of a
naval station to tho United States
is at present occupying a prominent
position in public attention. Thoro
aro ono or two points, howovor,
which seem to have hitherto escaped
the notice of our correspondents. In
tho first place, why do the United
States desire a coaling station hero?
The policy of tho Amorican Repub
lic has always boon, and still is, to
refrain from iutorferonco in .ill ques
tions not allceting tho Amorican
continent. If tho United States Uwil
possessions, settlements or co'ionios
ou tho other side of tho Pacific ono
could easily understand! hy Hono
lulu should bo a mn-ht desirable coal
ing fetation., ivjul one which should
naturol.'.'t belong to America. But
,'Cno United Stares have no such
tians-oceanic interest b. Ou tho con
trary such things aro repugnant to
tho traditional policy of tho coun
try. 1 fail, thorefoio, to see what
object would bo socured by owning I
a naval station two thousand miles
away fiom tho American coast. It
is necessary to cqal, it is not neces
sary to have an exclusive right to a
navy yard. A restaurant on tho lino
of railway is good, wo need our din
ners to bo suto, but it does not fol
low that wo should deem it indis
pensable to own a hotel for our os
Wo hear a good deal concerning
the adviintago that would accrue to
this country from annexation to its
powerful neighbor. On tho othor
hand tho disadvantages likoly to
arise have been brought before us in
startling relief. And it is a question
in my mind whether tho United
States ontoi tains any feeling of dis
interested attachment to thoo
islands. On November 28, 1S-13,
Groat Britain and Franco entered
into a solemn treaty that neither
would, under any circumstaucos,
take possession of tho Hawaiian
Islands. It is significant that al
though repeatedly invited to enter
upon a similar engagement tho
United States have persistently re
fused to do bo. Ameiica declines to
say that she will not annex this
kingdom. Why? Is it because sho
holds this people so dear, that sho
cannot boar the thought that sho
must never clasp us to her broast?
Nothing of tho kind. If America on
tortains an idea of somo day subvert
ing the independence of theso
islands it is simply that hor citizens,
and not we, may bo benefited. I re
member hearing an Amorican oflicor
romark, whilo discussing tho McKin
loy Bill, "Tho United States make
laws for tho benefit of Americans
and not for other pooplo."
Tho ignorance concerning Hawai
ian atfaiis displayed in Amorican
journals proves one of two things or
lfui.11, .uiwjui null inu L'uim.iiuii-
donts aro niibchiovously inaccurate,
or that tho vast body of Americans
care positively nothing about us one
way or tho othor. Tho last mail
brought down a clipping religiously
reproduced in tho Advertiser, which
said that Wilcox tho revolutionist
was practically in control of tho
political bilimtion. Wo road ad
nauseam of impending revolutions
and disturbances, whilo wo all know
that tho political sky, at least as far
as violence goes, is as clear in Hawaii
as it is in Washington. It is always
a marvel to mo to know that at any
timo tho American Government
should havo thought it necessary to
maintain two formidable ships in
tholittlo baydf Honolulu. By all
means, tho ollicors aro charming
men they cause tho dollars to cir
culate, but ho must bo strangely
ignorant of Hawaiian affairs who
should say that their presence was
necessary as a prevent ivo measure of
Lot us keep tho goods tho gods
havo sent us. If wo renounce those
wo may never know prosperity again,
Mr. Grovor Cleveland claims to
havo 231 votes, including solid South
vote. General Harrison has 212
without Now York, and it is believed
that lie is winning. Tho Now York
Tribune declares that tho Democrats
command a big corruption fund.
The bcolcli express tram liom
Edinburgh for London, whilo run
ning a mile a minute, came into col
lision with a freight train near
Thirsk. Thirteen persons woro kill
ed and eleven injured. Flames
broko out and consumed all but two
of tho carriages. There vvero ovor
ono hundred passengers on tho
Tho now Postal Anioudmont Bill,
introduced in tho Lower House of
Now South Wales, provides for tho
uso of postal notes, and prohibits
tho carrying on of lotteries through
tho Post Ollico.
Tho British troopship Crocodile,
with 1150 pnssongors on board,
narrowly escaped being wrecked on
tho Islo of Witrht durum a fo.
Tho British warship Homo struck
on a roof at Forrol, in Spain, and is
in a dangerous position.
Tho Atnoor of Afghanistan is still
acting in an evasive manner, and
Lord Roberts' mission is not likoly
to start for throo months. Tho Lou
don Times hositatos to believe that
tho Amcor is acting in an evasive
manner, and trusts that if it is true
ho will bo bottor advised. It adds
that it is impossible to decoivo tho
Indian Govornmont by illusory ex
cuses. Tho British Imperial Federation
League was to moot on tho 16th in
stant to consider tho suggestion of
holding a Colonial Conforonco with
respect to defences.
Ono hundred and fifty-five muni
cipal elections havo boon decided in
.England. Tno .uioorais navo gaineu
64 soats, and tho Tories 59, whilo
Labor roprosontativos havo carried
Derby and Bradford.
Finch Hatton says that tho pooplo
of North Queensland will appeal to
tho Imporial Parliament for separa
tion, for it is impossible to obtain
justice at Brisbane
Tho Socialists at Borlin havo issu
ed a manifesto in which they urgo
abolition of Parliament, tho
churches, tho schools and tho army,
and securing to tho pooplo tho con
trol of nroduetion.
The Statist fears that recent heavy
withdrawals of gold from England
for Russia indicate a probability of
Tho St. Petersburg Wiodomosti
saj'sjtkit Russia must prevent tho
foitflicalion of tho Bosphorus to
stop hor warships passing through.
Evidenco lias been given before
tho British Labor Commission in
support of moro direct official con
trol ovor building societies, and to
prevent tho ovor-valuatiou of assets.
Terrific gales havo bonn oxperi
encod in tho Atlantic Ocoan, whore
tho seas aro said to havo recently
beou tho heaviest known for many
Tho Princo of Monaco has inti
mated that ho will not renew tho
contract for Ihe Monte Carlo gam
bling establishment, which expires
Tho Anchor lino stoamor Rontna
nia has been wrecked near Lisbon
and 113 porsons, including 55 pas
sengers, drowned. Onty nine por
sons wore saved.
Tho oastorn poition of tho city of
Milwaukee, U.S., has been destroyed
by fire. Tho loss to factories and
warehouses is estimated at $7,000,
000. Threo thousand pooplo havo
been rendered homoless and tho
poor aro lodged in tho churches and
Lord Onslow, ox-Governor of Now
Zealand, eulogises tho labor mem
bers of Parliament in that colony,
and says that they thoroughly ap
preciate tho importance of thoir
Princo Bismarck, in tho course of
an interview, expressed an opinion
that tho tension between German'
and Russia was duo to tho intrigues
of tho Polish nobility. Tho Govorn
mont of Germany, I'unco Uismarck
said, was "spinoloss," and all tho
best men in tho cojintry woro oither
unused or sent to Gorman East
Tho Londou Investors' Roviow
says that tho worst of tho financial
crisis is ovor in Australia and that
thoro is still timo for Victoria to re
turn to virtuous courses.
Tho Stundists aro being perse
cuted in Russia. Tho womon havo
boon vilely illtreatod and military
sentries watch tho mon hourly.
It is rumored that tho British
Cabinet aro divided ou tho Uganda
Tho Marquis of Salisbury says
that his lato Govornmont intended
to retain possession of Uganda and
to lot tho British East Africa Com
pany decide for thomsolvos as to
thoir futnro action,
Tho Bishop of Chichostor says
that tho annual cost of a British
protectorate in Uganda would bo
10,000, a sum nbout oqual to that
frequently paid for a picturo for tho
Owing to tho state of Mr. Glad
stone's health it has boon decided
that ho shall not attend tho House
of Commons daily during tho com
ing session. In his absonco tho
leadership of the House will bo en
trusted to Sir William Vernon Har
court, tho Ohaucollorof tho Exchequer.
Mr. W. M. Torry, who has boon in
John F.Jones. Rdom, Tex., writes
I have used German Syrup for the
past six years, for Sore Throat,
Cough, Colds, Pnins in the Chest
and Lungs, and let me say to any
one wanting such n medicine
German Syrup is the best.
B.W. Baldwin, Cnincsvillc.TcMn.,
writes : I have used your German
Syrup in my family, and find it the
best medicine I ever tried for coughs
mid colds. I recommend it to every
one for these ttoubles.
R. Schmallmusen, Druggist, of
Charleston, Ill.,vrites: After trying
scores of prescriptions and prepara
tions I had on my files and shelves
without relief for a very severe cold,
which had settled on my lungs, I
tried your German Syrup. It gave
me immediate relief and a perma
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Womlliurv. New Jersey. U. S. A.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On SATURDAY, Nov.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At iiiv Salesroom, Queen Street, I w ill sell
at l'ubliu Auction tho
Of the Estate of Jniucs Hnnis,
1 All that portion of II. P. 1 12, I,. C. A.
lfl'fi, to Kami, hy deed of Ahull and Pae
kukui to said Jns. Harris. The above Pro
perty fronts on tho easterly side of Kort
street, below KnKui street, and is occupied
in part hy fhineo stores and by the lato
resulence'of bind Jas. Harris, deceased.
2 Kuleana in Koolaupoko, Island of
Oahn, now lea'-ed.
3 A Kule.mi at Honouliuli, Dwn.
The above Properties ofler a vei y desira
ble chanco for investment. Tho Property
on Kortstieet is now partly uiuloi lent,
making an assured income.
nh.Vot further particulars apply to
Jas. :F nvtorga.ri,
501-llt , AUCTION KHR.
There are few
thin 8 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 yearn 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
mongoose in depredatory
characteristics. But the rabbit
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
herewith presented; if you
meet tne one
the law cannot
reach take it
ward the exter
mination bv a
We mentioned, incidentally,
a few weeks ago. something
about the lamps that were ex
pected on the Brig VV. G.
Irwin. The lamps are in the
store and ior artistic design
and superior .workman-ship
we commend them to your
notice. When you are get
ting something to live with,
like a lamp for instance, you
may just as well have an
artide that you will
tired of. Where it
more than a plain
E OF FASH
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for (be Hawaiian Islands
Kilt 1111 C'l I KHHMl.D
riiOM Tin: works ok
Burliam, Williams & Co.,
Aie now piepard to ghe Intimates and
lecuive Uiden for thd-u Uiiiiti's,
of any sits and htylo.
it is in-
tho drug business at Elkton, Ky., for
tho past twolvo yoars, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Homody gives bottor
satisfaction than any other cough
medicine I have ovor bold." There
is good roason for this. No othor
will cure a cold so quickly; no othor
is so certain n rirovontivo and euro
for uroujij no other affords so much
roliof in cases of whooping cough.
For sale by all doalors. JJonson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARK NOW MANUrAOTUlUXC. A
bTYI.K OK I.0COM0T1YK
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which havo recently been
received at Uicku Inlands, and wo will have
pleasuiu in furnishing plantation agents
and manager with particulars of name.
The Superiority of these I.ocomutivos
over all other makes in known not only
hero hut is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Aflouts for Uio Hawaiian Islands.
1DY VIRTUi; Ol!" A WRIT OK KXK0U-
Xj tion issued out of the Police Court,
lat dav of October, A. 1). W)Z, against
w.u iDblllt, til Uliuuui. ILi it inii..
B, bachH, defendant, in favor of U. Troim
Kcau, plalutill, for the mini of flOO.81, I
have levied upon and phall exposo for sale
at tho Police titation, in the District of
Honolulu, It-laud of Ouliu, at 12 o'clock of
BATl'UDAY, tho HUhilayof November,
A. 1). 1MJ; to tho highest bidder, all the
right, litlu and interest of tho said 8.
Bachd, ilifi'iidiint, in and to the following
prop'uty, unless said judgment, inteiest,
cojts and my expenses ho pieviously paid.
1.1 tof piiipcrty for sale;
1 Trunk with I'outonls.
(Slguul) O. II. WILSON,
Honolulu, Oct. , IH'KJ. WX)-lt
BY VIRTUE OK A WRIT OK KXKCII
tlou Issued out of tho Police Court, on
tho 2d day of November, A. I). 1802, against
Leo Yick, defendant. In favor of Kwone
Leo Yuen it Co., plaintiffs, for tho sum of
S.J7.10, 1 have levied upon and shall expose
for sale, at the Police Station in thu District
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at V2 o'clock
of SATURDAY, the 3rd duv of December,
A. D, lb!).', to the highest bidder, all tho
right, title and interest of tho said Lee
YTck, defendant, in ami to tho following
property, unless said judgment, interest,
costs and my exponsos po previously paid.
List of propoi ty for sale:
2 Tables, 2 Pictures, '- Chairs, 1 Stand
und 1 Lantern, 1 Silver Watch and Chain.
(JHA8. II. WILSON,
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1892. 57Mt
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Lawns, Swisses, Victoria Lawns,
A FULL LINE OF
Nainsook, Ginghams, Persian Mulls, Etc., Etc.
Will be Closed Out This "Week at Prices Not to he
you to get
look at a lamp
just as you do at your rugs or
our curtains; you want some
thing that will remain new to
you. That is the style lamp
we offer you.
Separate and distinct from
these everlastingly beautiful
lamps is an assortment of
shades selected from the stock
of the most celebrated lamp
shade builder in the United
States square shades in silk,
tiimmcd with fiench silk lace;
umbrella shades in satin, lined
with the same material.
edge is a
r-ye from the
smart shade is the Venetian;
for table lamps. Made of
surah silk and smothered 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 much 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
fiSaT" Ladies Take Advantage of This Special Sale ! -fj
Terrrpl of" Fetsliion..
PACIFIC MIOWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Slock., Fort Street.
BSHSJ!L. JWWB'W jTifinilaBBrffMMrT'!MBI
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
M. & P. Wrought Steel Ranges !
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaahuinanu St., Ground Floor,
LAKGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
Sl'KOIAI, DISPLAY OP
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby, Wedgewood and Other
ISTew Rugs and Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, lYoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
j 'fcibfe few
-. .-Mfe-SfeSaff&ifei '