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Tax Collector's Notice.
District of Kona, Island of Oahu,
Tax l'nyors in thin District uro notllled
to pay up tliulr Tuxes on or before tho 15th
rtny of December, lS'J'J, or suit will be
brought to recover tho xiuno with 10er
cent added. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor it Collector, 1st Divi
sion, Island of Oahu.
1'. C. Jones,
Minister of rinanee.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Put Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, DEC. 15, 1892.
To tlioso sapient Solons who think
that tho Auditor-General's is a uso
less office, tho following from the
San Praueisco Examiner on tho cor
responding office in that city is com
Tho Auditor is tho guardian of tho
City Treasury. Evory demand for
money must pass through his hands
and receive his approval boforo it is
paid. Ho is, as ho has boon termed,
the "watchdog of tho Treasury,"
and on his vigilance depends thou
sands and possibly hundreds of thou
sands of dollars. A careless Auditor
may cause heavy losses to tho city.
He may prove, if ho is ignorant of
his duties or inclined to favor tho
jobbers, a most expensive official. If
an acuto and vigorous Auditor is in
charge of tho office many jobs can
bo stopped, oven though supported
by tho othor departments of tho gov
ernment. If the right man is in tho
office few outright steals will bo at
tempted. If the wrong man has the
place the city will bo robbed.
Thronts by a Bollicoso Ohiof to Fight
a British Warship.
Tho Smnonn Horald, a now papor
started at Apia, contains a report of
investigations by tho British warship
Uingaroonia into tho Octobor light
ing near Vago J'ngo. When tho
llingarooma arrived in the bay a
church was invested with armed
warriors prepared to liro upon tho
Lointo, tho leader of tho aggres
sive tribo in tho trouble, refused at
first to go on board tho snip, and ex
pressed groat indignation at tho in
terference of foreign warships, lie
was leady to fight tho Uingaroonia,
u Uapt. Uourko would hx the Hay.
Subordinates who cnino aboard to
narley.with Capt. liourko wote firm
ly put over the side again. They
woro told that Lointo had received
his last message, and could eonio or
stay as he choo.
Loiato ultimately came into 1'ago
Pngo with f0 followers and bogged
an intoiviow. Consul Cusack-Sniith
and Capt. Bourko mot them on
shore. Thoy confessed that it was
by their orders tho slaughter had
taken place. It was also made clear
that Mataafa, tho former usurpor,
had instigated tho rising and made
arraugonionts for other outbreaks
Tho rebel leaders woro compolled
to apologizo for their action, besides
which Loiato had to apologizo for
his threats against tho warship, and
all woro put under promise that un
til the decision of King Maliotoa
was recoived thoy would abstain
from any further attack upon tho
both an anonymous correspon
dent and Mataafa himself write to
tho Herald of next issuo contradic
ting its leport of tho Emgarooma
investigation. Tho former ridicules
tho reported action of tho British
officials as something ontholy irregu
lar which would not bo done. Mata
afa evinces only a desire for better
government and closor observance
of tho treaty, and claims his people
had been tho victims of outrages at
tho instigation of tho authorities.
Ho says ho wants to bo friendly with
his brother Laupopa (Maliotoa).
Tho foiling of a conspiracy to
make an outbreak at Mulinuu on
Sunday, si days beforo tho Herald's
issue, is also reported. Mr. Mabon,
Soerotary of State, had hoaid of tho
plan and induced tho King to see
tho conspiratois in person. Tho
Kins talked straight business to
them and thus averted tho threaten
ed trouble for tho time.
One of the Sections Under Con
tract to a French' Company.
Anticipation ot a Cable Across tho Pacific
at an Early Date.
Tho following impoilant news is i
from tho Auckland Itorald by tho I
Alameda's mail. i
A French submarine telegraph
company have completed an agree-
ment with tho Governments of
Queensland and Now South Wales, (
to lay down a cable between Queens
land and Now Caledonia. (1.) Tho ;
cable is to bo laid within eighteen,
months unless some unforeseen acci
dent occur. (2.) The company to
work and maintain tho cable. (15.)
Tho cablo to form part of tho main
Pacific cable, connecting Queens
land with Vancouver, San Francisco,
or such othor placo in North America
as ma' bo determined. (I.) Tho
Governments of Franco, New South
Wales, and Queensland to guaranteo
tho sum of ilZlXX) per year, ovor
Here is something from Mr. Frank
A. Ilnle, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lewiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and are not slow in sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that he has lost n
father and several bi others and sis
ters from Pulmonaty Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumptlonhis stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschec's
German Syiup, and it cures him
every time. Il.nc is a man jvly
knows the full datijr of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen 1 "I
use nothing but Boschec's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hunched different per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the market."
HawaiiaR Harflware Co., L'fl
By Lowis J. Levey.
tlio sum ot ii,iAAJ per year, ovor , , -. .
and above tho expenses of working j U A 1 1 f Q TT fi 11 flfl ATI
tho cable for a period of 30 years,1 HIM (1(1 V AlHjLlUll
two-Uiirds to bo guaranteed by I AAVllUUJ 1AUVJ LWAA
Franco and one-sixth each in Now
South Walos and Queensland. (5)
Tho Government of Now South
Walos to have freo uso for Govern
ment messages up to 2000 per year.
Thoro aro a number of othor condi
tions regulating rates, etc. In all
probability, arrangements will bo
made at an early dato for laying a
cablo across tho Pacific, which will
take in Fiji, Samoa, and Honolulu.
Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Don't
forgot to include a picture with your
Christinas presents and that King
Bros, have a lino lino of now subjects
of all soi ft with prices to suit tho
Saturday, Dec. JO, 180.
The. Christmas Menu contest closes on
the JGth inst.
The dinner is to be for five people and
not to "osl more than $(7.
The a)Icus will be judged entirely on
thrir merits and without regard to the
persons submitting them.
$10 goes to the amateur and v9? to the
professional furnishing the best Menus,
On the 21st inst. the Menu will be
jyublishrd in the Bulletin and the best
of them will be approjtrialcly illustrated.
the above we
come the Bulletin
to contribute to the contest.
Understand that the entire fam
ily, though there may be only
one paper sent to the house, is
entitled to compete. The more
Menus submitted the more in
teresting will be the publica
tion. Names of persons sub
mitting the Menus will not be
published if they request us
at low prices
last week was
brisk, but we
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner of Fort ami Hotel Streets.
to Notify the General Public that
FROM THTS DAY ON
MY ENTIRE STOCK OE
Must lie Closed Out Without Reserve..
SS My Stock consists of USEFUL TOYS and
PRICES arc the LOWEST.
- AND -
PACIFIC CAB.L.E PROGRESS.
Tho item from tho Auckland Her
ald given in to-daj's papor must bo
regarded as of great importance to
this kingdom. While a sputtering
agitation has been started horo for
this country to undertake single
handed action in laying a cablo to
tho North American coast, work on
tho most southern link of a cablo
lino to include Honolulu is about to
begin actually without Hawaii's as
sistance. When tho lino is project
ed farther north, as seoms likoly
soon to follow, the Hawaiian Gov
ernment will bo ready, as it has boon
for manj' j'oars, to render aid accord
ing to its ability to any cablo that
will roach hence to tho American
coast. A somi-occasioual handbill
sheet lately started horo has exhibit
ed S3mptoms of having for its prime
object the promotion of a renewal to
the paper corporation hailing from
those islands of their charter expir
ing with this year. Among othor
things that shoot has recklessly
stated without reason, under flaring
headlines, is that a cablo will never
touch Hawaii unless tho initiative
and a large share of tho oxponso bo
undertaken by Hawaiians thorn
solves. Tho probability, strengthen
ed by tho latest news from tho
south, is that tho best this country
can do for tho present is toleavo tho
whole business alono, except to keop
an open offer of assistance to any
country or corporation that makes a
move to lay a cable touching at this
Tho Menu Contest.
At tho request of sovoral ladies
who have had many calls upon their
timo, menus for tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s prizo will bo recoived up
to 4 p. m. to-morrow. Lottors have
boon recoived from persons who aro
known to display some talent in tho
art culiuairo asking if their names
will bo printed in tho event of thoir
melius being considered worth pub
lishing. To thoso anxious inquirers
wo will state that under no circum
stances will tho name bo mentioned
if wo aro requested not to do so.
Tho object of tho contest is not to
give publicity to tho names of tho
people so much as to procure a list
of acceptable and economical bills
of faro for a Christmas dinnor. Tho
Hardware Co, will naturally draw
the inforonco that no dinner can bo
proporly cooked except upon a
Fischer Eaugo, nor can it bo well
served except on Haviland China,
but with that neither this papor nor
tho persons submitting menus will
have anything to do. The lists will
bo published verbatim et literatim et
spellatum, on tho 21st in ample timo
to proparo a meal for Christmas
from any of tho menus submitted.
When tho prizo of $5 was offered
for tho host menu submitted by a
professional it was expected that
the chefs at tho Pacific Club or the
Hawaiian Hotel would bo hoard
from, but thus far thoy have do
clinod to impart to the world oven
an atom of their knowledge of good
things for tho inner man.
Tho Republican Party's Free Trade.
To the Editor of the Transcript:
It may bo interesting to somo of
your readers to view tho result of
tho .Republican reciprocal trade rela
tions with tho Hawaiian Islands, or
ono feature of it.
In tho McKinloy bill tho theory
was advanced that it would bo of
mutual benefit to certain foreign na
tions and ours to trade on a freo
trado basis, and if tho certain foreign
nations did not seo it in that light
and agree to exchange sugar, hides
and some other articles for our lum
ber, petroleum and other articles,
why, then, our nation should threat
en them by putting back tho duty
on sugar and hides imported from
thoso countries; so far tho carrying
out of this theory has not dono any
special harm or good to any country.
But let us inquire how tho Repub
lican freo trado relations have affect
ed Hawaii. As is well known, our
Government in 1870 entered into a
reciprocal treaty with Hawaii, whore
in it was stipulated that our loading
manufacturing products should bo
admitted free of duty into tho king
dom in return for their sugar, rice,
hides and othor articles being ad
mitted fieo of duty into this coun
try. Now, what is tho result? Just at
a period when Hawaii, under tho en
couraging influonco of having her
sugar admitted free into this coun
try since 1870, has entered into largo
financial obligations with a view of
extending her sugar industry tho
McKinloy bill is passed, withdrawing
almost without any notice tho bene
fit of tho leciprocal relations bo
tweon the two countries by admit
ting all sugar freo of duty. Tho
writer draws this parallel between
oiir Government's threats towards
certain foreign countiies in South
America on tho ono hand and our
sharp practice towards Hawaii on
tho othor, to show tho entire want
of a spirit of fair trado in tho Mc
Just witness tho result in tho Ha
waiian Islands; thoy aro to-day al
most paralyzed financially, resulting
in serious political troubles, and tho
question ot annexation to tho United
States is raised as tho host way to
secure a strong government and
foster tho sugar industries, in which
much American capital is already in
vested. Possibly tho annexation of
tho islands to this country is thoond
aimed at by tho .Republican Admin
istration, and tho moans to that end
tho enforcing of this hard bargain,
Thoro is ono moral to draw from
this picture, and that is, lot it sorvo
as a warning to capital and labor
not to engage deeply in industries
established on an artificial trado
basis sot up by ono or more govern
ments, but to cling to thoso estab
lished by trades that aro freo and
Boston, Nov. 12, 1892.
Mr. J. C. Boswoll, one of the best
known and most respected citizens
of Brownwood, Texas, suffered with
diarrhoea for a long timo and tried
many different remedies without
benefit, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was
used; that roliovod him at onco. For
sale by all doalors. Bonson, Smith &
Co.. Agonts for the Hawaiian Islands.
Embroidered Dress Goods, Etc., Etc,
On Saturday Afternoon,
.A.T a O'CLOCK,
Z& At SaloMOoin of
Lewis J. Levey,
Saturday Afternoon & Evening,
AT 3 and 8 O'CLOCK.
Admission, - - 25c. & 50c.
Tickets for vale at Hollistcrifc Co.1
Honolulu Carriage Co.
BOTH TEL. No. 333.
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
Hacks can be had at any hour of tho day
up to 12 o'clock nt night, on terms
to suit the times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
ON LONG OH SHORT
lease a Cottage with
suitable grounds. Terms
must he low. Address
"Itoilt," IJOM.KTIN Ollice.
f) NEW COTTAOES ON
Jj Punchbowl street. Cot
tage contains Parlor. '2 lled
rooms. diniiiL'roum. kitchen.
pantry, and bathrooms. Jtent $1!. En
MUire of I.. ADLEIt,
SOVJw 13 Nnuaim Stieet.
M i rmluaL
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
Freight or Charter
MISS HUSTACE WILL HOLD HICK
Annual Sale of Fancy Articles on
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRI
DAY, December tJth, 15th and loth, fiom
u:30 a. m. to 5 I-. m,. at tho storo formerly
occupied by Egan A' Guiiii on King stuet.
Rated undor special survey at A1J4, i
ollered for Freight or (.'barter.
X& Apply to tho Captain, or to
5')9Jt .1. S. WALKUn.
Fonco of our Mr. Win. G. Irwin from
the Kingdom, Mr. V, I. Spalding will act
for our Runk undei power of attorney.
CI.AUS bl'RRCKr.LS A. CO.
Honolulu, Dec. (I, 18!U. G'Jl-lw
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea a.n.d Coffee
AT ALU nouns.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
H. J. 3ST01LjTE, Prop.
Where Bid You Say?
oirored in this
opportunity is olloreu in
to aspirants for tho stago
Bon-Ton Dressmaking Parlors,
Corner Fort it Rurctnniu sts.
Experienced Dressmakers Just from tlie Coast
-LadIos giving ub a call aro assured
of perfect untisfactloii, 68(Ww
Latest Xovelliea in NechuHar, Sill
Ooershirts, Pajamas, Suspenders,
Hundlerihiefs and Panama Hats,
have some excellent ones letf
that go to you at the same re
duced price until they are sold.
It is an opportunity you may
not have again. If you need
light grasp it.
This year our stock of Cut
Glass is composed of small
pieces which come within the
reach of the thinnest purse.
Last season when coin was
ful we had lar
ger and more
out were lacking
in the smaller table pieces.
Cream Pitchers, Rose Bowls
for one or two flowers; Olive
Dishes, Sauce Platters and
Water Pitchers so "delicately
cut and shaped as to attract
the attention of people who
enjoy a meal more when the
Viands are placed in appro
priate settings. Cut glass is
like gold, age does not detract
irom its ap
pearance. Among some
ing odd pieces
of cut Hass is
as much a fad of the
as gathering pieces of old lace.
But it's less expensive. The
prices marked on our assort
ment are surprisingly low
while the pieces are as beauti
ful as any we have ever had
There is nothing more appro
priate for Christmas.
The lamp business is still
booming and the indications
point to a long
of it. There's
when it comes
Two or three new
designs, have some very fetch
ing points about them. One
with a black frame work around,
a brass fount is the handsomest
we have among the inexpensive
hangers. While it is strong
and everlasting the absence of
anything too massive or bung
ling adds to its superiority
over the others.
run on parlor
but we were
for it. We still
very choice, ones,
cheapness. Our stock was con
sidered perfect last year but
the lamp workers have been
improving and a recent visit to
the factories in the East enabled
to get hold ot some that
discount anything we
So?5 To Buy Useful Presents at
is an Occurrence which Seldom Occurs
Bcst5 I have
can't help but
many Coaxers in the TOY LINE that
prove irresistible to yrni.
ISos Call Soon in Order to Get the Best Bargains! ea
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY,
Velocipedes, best make, for Boys from 3 to
years, at $3.95.
Temple of Fasliion..
Smith & Co.
w ' (
Colognes ! ,
Bath llobes, Press Shirts, Smok
ing Jackets, Umbrellas, Leather
Pressing Cases, Eto,, Etc,, Eto,
McK i n 1 eyed
out of sicrht.
One of them made of brass and
inlaid with genuine Mexican
Onyx will win any one's admir
ation, Hawaiian Hardware Co., LM
Oppo. Sprockols' Block,
Toilet "Wstterrs I
Cashmere Bcnaq "u.et,
. OiJLt Bottles,
EDWIN A. JONE8
litis opened nil oflli'o for tnuibnuilng nil
LmbiuoiM In connection with
Trusts, Furcliaso and Sale of Bonds,
Stock and Real Estate,
Anil h piupared to Audit Accounts.
Ofllcc: "Old Clinmberof Couiineico ltooin."
Campbell Ulock. 1 O, Uox 55.
l'lUST-OIiASS FAMILY BATHING
Jlobort at Waiklkl. Tramcara pasa
tho gnto. Special arrangements can lie
made for Family Picnics and Evening
Jlutliln Parties. 688-tI
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