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TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
District of Kona, Island of Oahu.
If any porsoiinl taxes, that la to say, poll
tax, road tax ami school tax, shall remain
unpaid of tor the 30th day of September, ten
per cent, of such taxes shall be added by
tho Assessor and shall be colloctod ai part
of saoh taxes.
Assessor 1st Division.
Approved: S. M. DAMON,
S37-8t Minister of Finance.
All Executors, Administrators, Guar
dians and Trustees, who have not tiled
their annual accounts with tho Court, are
hereby notified to do the samo without
By tho Court,
834 Deputy Clerk.
IMTT1 FUTTV mTTTTMM
IHD Mlbl DUliliDUH.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1893.
Correspondents should not no;d
to be told that their names must loo
sent in with anonymous communi
cations. Fuller particulars of Lieut. Peary's
expedition, received by yesterday's
steamer, show that he had made a
good start and had alroady made
STANBURY IN TOWN.
As the Minister of Finance did
not dance to tho Advertiser's piping
of distress, the public have been
waiting, with a sense of awful ex
pectancy, for that paper's demoli
tion of the Bulletin's latest financial
review. - "'
When the subscription lists for
tho ball to the Boston were being
circulated, it was blandly intimated
that tho event was to be free from
all tincturo of politics. Whenever a
goodly sack is procured, however,
the mouthpieces of the Government
and the Annexation Club announce,
with all the gravity of inspiration,
that it is impossible to divost the
event of "political significance." It
is to be hoped they will remember
thoy had made a political frolic of it
when they come to estimate the re
Tho Advertiser is somewhat exer
cised over au alleged rumor of a
"row in the annexation ranks," but
comforts itself with the assurance
"that there is no fear of Americans
ever falling out sufficiently to give
any permanent encouragement to
anti-Americans." The public has
been treated to a vory fair sample of
the sort of unanimity existing in tho
annexation ranks, in the fight lately
made and lost for the dismissal
of those who refused to sign the
club roll. The public are too well
aware of tho fact that the annexa
tion club roll could not show five
percent of native Americans.
Decision on Liconso Stamp
A unanimous decision of tho Su
premo Court, proparod by Chiof
Justico Judd, is to tho effect that
tho licotisos of tho Hawaiian Tram
ways Co.'s street cars aro not ox
ompt from stamp duty. Tho sylla
bus roads: "Au act of tho Legisla
ture prescribing that a company
operating a streot railway shall pay
to tho Department of tho Iuterior
the sum of ton dollars por annum
as a liconso tax upon each passongor
oar used by it, and no greater sum
shall bo exactod as car liconso," docs
uot exempt tho licenses so issued
from tho stamp duty imposed by
law upou liconsos issued from the
oilico of tho Minister of tho Interior
or other Government Department."
P. Neumann for H. T. Co., appel
lant; Attorney-General W. O. Smith
for the Government, respondent.
Judgo Whiting has rendered a
decision at Circuit Court Chambers
on the case of David Watson and
others vs. J. P. Mondonca. Plain
tiffs and defendant aro tenants in
common ol certain lanus ai ivano-
oho on tho Island of Oahu. Tho
ilfiiti( ITa Tiro rmtiilnrl liv iiihritfirwf
and tho defendant is entitled by
purchase from two who wore co
tonants with tho plaintiffs. The
bill in equity sued out by tho plain
tiffs states that thoy have spent
large sums in improvements, and
they offor to pay to defendant tho
appraised value of his shares in tho
lauds. Thoy pray that au appraiser
bo appointed, aud that defendant
be ordered to take the valuo of his
interest in money. The defendant
demurs on tho grounds of want of
equity, aud the Court sustains the
demurrer, deciding that the relief
asked is not a proper subject of a
bill in equity, except when it forms
a part of a bill for partition. W. C.
Achi for plaintills; J. iirown lor uo
fendant. Counsel on both sides have filed a
stipulation for a hearing next Fri
day of Allen & Robinson vs. G. W.
Lincoln and W. C. Peacock, the lat
ter being named as garnishee in the
Second of two cases.
Aganeki Lino, widow of Lino
Petero, petitions that Kapiioho (k.),
her grandfather, be appointed guar
dian of the persons aud property of
Barenaba Kapiioho and Eliza Koawo,
minor children of the said Lino
Petero. J. M. Poepoo is attorney
Tbo Supreme Court adjourned
from Friday till to-day, when one
case was heard: Bishop & Co. vs. C.
E. Williams et al. Assumpsit. Ex
ceptions from August term, First
Circuit. Hatch for plaintiffs; Hart
well for defendants. Argued aud
Judge Whitiug has examined the
accounts of Henry Smith, adminis
trator of the estate of J. W. Opuuui,
and ordered tho same approved aud
tho administrator discharged.
Jonathan Shaw and Archibald L.
Taylor, executors of tho will of J. E.
Bidwoll, have filod their accounts
with a petition for discharge. They
show receipts of 8915.22 and expen
ditures of $825.90, leaving a balance
Tho Australian Oarsman is Enter
tained by tho Hoalnni Boat Club.
Staubury, tho Australian oarsmon,
was on his way homo from Amorica
by tho stoamor Warrimoo. Ho was
recognized in tho morning whilo
passing along tho stroot by Messrs.
A. L. 0. Atkinson aud Clarouco W.
Macfnrlauo of tho llealani Boat
Club. Thoy woro on tho opposito
suio ot tno stroot, aim uiu uot hail
him then. Their comrades woro
notified, howovor, aud tho visitor
was taken for a drivo to tho Pali.
On roturning ho was entertained at
luuch by tho Hoalnni six-oared crow
at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
In tho afternoon Staubury wont
out with tho crow for a practice
spin in tho harbor. He first took
stroko oar whilo Jimmy Spencer
acted as coxswaiu, and drove tho
boat at 3(3 strokes to the minuto
from round the Oceanic wharf to
tho boat house. The sholl fairly
creaked under tho terrific paco.
Tho rowors woro: Staubury, Chris.
Holt, Eddio Holt, Johu D. Holt,
W. H. C. Greig aud C. W. Macfar
lauo. On a succeeding spin Stan
bury steered and coached, giving
tho crow many valuable points from
his professional knowledge Tho
boys cordially bid him goodbye and
good luck on board the steamer.
RIFLE TEAM COMING.
Probable Visit of British Columbia
Riflemen to Honolulu.
As a result of conferences Mr.
John G. Eothwell had with riflemen
at Victoria, it is probabto that Hono
lulu will havo a visit from a rille
team of 10 to 20 British Columbia
marksmen about next July. They
have been annually represented by
a team at Ottawa, but would be
moro than willing to make up a
team for Honolulu as a change.
Doubtless thoy can got favorable
rates of passage from the direct
steamer lino. Honolulu sharp
shooters will probably bo glad to
welcome a foroigu team to a friendly
tournament, aud bo able to return
tho compliment on a later occasion.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilaui
Root Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
For Now Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Touic. Bouboh, Smith St Co.,AgontB.
Suuburn relieved at ouco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. R. 1. Moore, dentist, has ro
movod his oilico to Arlington Houso,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Goo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
romovod his oilico from King stroot
to Borotauia street, near Emma.
Lessons in piano given by Chr.
Horskiud, Ponliallow houso, Boro
tauia street. Mutual tolophouo 611.
Do uot forgot tho time when you
can ring up N. F. Burgess to do
your work. Watch his ad., till uiuo
in tno morning. Mutual telopuoue
Trusts and Combinations
Aro unpopular. But thoro is one
form of trust against which no one
has anythiug to say. That is tho
trust which tho publio reposes in
Hood's Sarsaparilla, aud tho best of
it is tho trust is fully justified by
tho merit of the medicine. For, ro
mombor, Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills aro purely vegetable,
and do not purge, pain or gripe.
Sold by .ill druggists.
The uusuccossful speculator is
among those who find it particu
larly hard either to settle down or
Colonel Goodfollo Well, Mose,
how aro you getting along in tho
place I got for you? Moso Yallerby
Nicely, Kuunol, thank'eo. I's do
foreman now. Colonel Goodfollo
Foreman? Moso Yallerby Yessir;
no one kin come in til 1 fust open
up au' dust tingsl Truth.
aawaiian Hardware Co., L'l
Is your horse in
Lodge lo Progros do l'Ocoanio will
meet this evening.
J. R., and R. S. Gilliland have a
card of thanks in to-day's issue.
Tho U. S. cruiser Boston will leave
for San Francisco to-morow morn-
A dividend of 2J percent of Ha
waiian Sugar Co. stock will be paid
A meeting of tho creditors of S.
Parkor is called for at the Chamber
of Commerco rooms, to-morrow at 2
J. Kaeo, a native hackman, was
fined 10 in tho District Court this
morning for violating carriage regulations.
Lodge le Progros do l'Oceanic, No. 124,
GERSTER WINS THE RACE.
THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
Lodim le l'rngre-i dc l'Oreanle, No. 121,
at iti hall on King "-trout, between Uethel
and Fort, THIS (Monday) EVENING,
Suptoiuber 23, at 7:30 o'clock, fur
lli'iiri.Mt Monthly UfsiNr.s.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge and all
(oiournini: liiethicnaru fraternally invited
to 1)0 present.
By order of the W.". M.
. F. H. KEDWAKD,
rpHE OKED1TOKS OF B. PAUKEH
JL pre requested to meet at the Chamber
of Commerce rooms on TUESDAY, Sept.
20", 16U.J. at 2 o'clock p. m.
H. A. WIDKMANN,
638-H Chairman Committee.
CARD OF THANKS.
Under the heading of "Rallying
the Natives," the Star of Saturday
conjures up another story which it
says is based upon information re
ceived from a "well known society
lady at Honolulu, who does a good
deal of religious and charitable
work among tho natives." As there
is not' a word of truth in the whole
romance, as far as the alleged action
of the Quoon is concerned, it must
be assumed that the society lady
who does "religious work" is herself
badly in need of some of the essen
tials of religion. The "fake" writer
of the Star ought to get some of tho
"religious society ladies" to write
the yarns. Tho composition of Sat
urday reflects poor credit upon tho
Star editor and his religious co-novelists.
Lot Slocum and His Numerous Back
ing Treated to a Surprise.
Tho fast pacing mare Gorstor,
owned by Mr. T. Hollinger, won tho
match race against Mr. C. F. Hor
ner's Lot Slocum for a purse of
S2000 on Saturday afternoon. By
previous agreement Lot Slocum had
to be driven to a road cart, wnue
Gorster pulled a sulky. A cart had
been made especially for Lot Slocum,
but on its coming out on the track
Hollinger objected, the judges sus
taining his objection. A road cart
was brought out and the great race
began. There was a largo number
of people present.
Slocum led off in the first heat
and hold his position to the threo
quarter past, when Gerster shot past
him and finished first. Time 2:10.
In the second heat Gerstor held the
lead nearly all the way, finishing
first at 2:31J. Tho third heat was a
walkover for the mare, distancing
Lot Slocum in tho fast time of 2:31.
Tom Hollinger, tho happy owner of
Gerster, was congratulated on all
sides, and ho wears a beaming smile
on his countenance to-day.
Messrs. W. M. Cunningham, Sam
Graham and T. W. Lishmau acted
as judges, and Dr. W. T. Mousarrat
and H. Focko timed the paco.
N. C. Goodwin drove tho winner,
and C. F. Horner handled tho rib
bons for Lot Slocum in tho first in
ning, and Robert Ballontino in tho
Thoro ia to bo acknowledged a
praiseworthy concession to tho tax
payers' curiosity and to public opin
ion in the investigation into military
expenditure ordered by tho Coun
cils at tho instance of tho Minis
ter of Finance. It is tho firm
conviction of tho opposition, if
not of a largo portion of tho
Provisional Govornmont's support,
that there has boon nothing in
tho situation, since tho withdrawal
of the United Statos naval forcos
from protecting duty ashore, to war
rant tho amount of oxpendituro for
tho military. At tho outset it was
claimed on behalf of the Govern
ment that not moro would bo re
quired to maintain tho military than
had formorly gone to support tho
royal establishment. It was shown
a few days ago by tho Bulletin, how
ever, that the oxpendituro thus far
to sustain tho Provisional Govern
ment and its soldiery had alroady
reached a figuro above the aggrogato
for tho civil list, legislature and sol
diers of tho monarchy, How and
why this ia thus wo havo a right to
expoct from tho invostigution now
Death of a Lady Brought Up in the
Hawaiian Royal Family.
Mrs. Charlotte (Halaki) Adams
widow of tho late Capt. Alexander
Adams, diod Saturday morning at
Palama. She was born at Honolulu
in 1813. Her parents woro J. Har
bottloand Nanepu. She was adopted
by Queen Kaahumanu and brought
up in the royal family. Sho was
noted for her kind aud generous
disposition. Adams Gardon at Ka
liln was her home, aud there sho re
ceived her friends and guests, somo
of whom belonged to high station.
Sho was much loved and respected
by all that Knew nor. alio was a
devoted Christian. Sho leaves be
hind several children, grand child
ren and groat grand children. Her
funoral took place from tho Roman
Catholic Church Sunday afternoon
atloudud by a largo number of rela
tives aud friends.
For a lame back or for a pain in
the side or chest, try saturating a
niece of llaiuiul with Ohamhorlam'H
Pain Balm aud binding it onto tho
affected parts. This treatment, will
euro any ordinary case in one or two
days. Pain Balm also cures rltuum
atiam. DO cent bottluH for milo by
all dealers. Benaoti, Smith & Co.,
agent for tbo Hawaiian IhIbuiIr.
Tho Kamohamoha school havo
adopted the military practice of be
ing called to duty by a bugle call in
their daily routine.
There wore seven forfeitures for
drunkenness in the District Court
to-day, and several small fines for
tho samo offense.
The moonlight concert by the Ha
waiian National baud at Sans Souci
on Saturday evening was largely at
tended, anu the music was excep
A native lad named William had
tho misfortune of having a finger
cut and the other smashed by tho
cable at tho merry-go-round on
The body of .the late C. von Mon
gorson, of Kukaiau, Hawaii, was
shipped on tho "Warrimoo yesterday
for tho Colonies, to bo eventually
transferred to Bremon, Germany.
The C. & A. S. S. Warrimoo re
sumed her voyayo to tho Colonies at
9 o'clock yesterday evening. Sho
would havo made tho trip from Van
couver to Honolulu in (3 days d
hours, but slowed down in order to
give her passengers a day here.
Men and Women.
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone have boon
married for fift3'-four years.
Mr. Gladstouo makes a better
speech now than ho did forty years
Jtudyard Kipling has wntton a
short story, "Tho White Seal," which
treats of life arouud Bohriug Sea.
Jenny Lind was ono of tho first
persons to travel in a privato car in
Amorica, Shu hired a car, had tho
seats removed and fitted it up with
her own luxurious household furni
ture, Patti has at last owned up to fiftj'
years. Iu a rocoiit interviow alio in
genuously savs that she has been
singing since '01, and sho finds tho
publio "just as eager" to hear her as
wuon sue was oignteon,
Charlotto M. Yongo has just com
pleted lior sovoutoonth year, and is at
.work on her thirty-ninth or fortieth
novol. It almost fiftj' years since
her first novol was published. Sho
lives in llampshiro, just out of Lou
don. Mrs. Matilda Simpson of Harrods
burg, Ky,, who died recently, had
been known as tho "sad lady" for a
third of a century, duriyg which
time alio hud novor been seen to
Hinilo, Hor huhbaud's mynterious
disappearance had the effect of
changing her merry disposition,
Mine. Lobondy, widow of tho
great French sugar roll nor, who left
hor a fortuno of &K),000000, lives in
a small house at St. Cloud aud
Bponda about $1,000 a year. Hor
miu, however, is compensating for
UiIh maternal economy by squander
ing tho fortuno with a prodigal
rpHE UNDERSIGNED BROTHERS OF
JL the late Fr.mk C. Gilliland would
take this opportunity of thanking the kind
friends who attended him in his last illness
and assisted in the funi'ral arrangements,
as well as all who sent floral tokens of re
spect and sympathy.
J. II. GILLILAND,
It. L. GILLILAND.
AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS
of the Hawaiian Suoar Co., held
Sept. 11th, a dividend of two and a half
(2) per cent, was declared on tho capital
stock of the Company, payable at the olllce
of the Agent-, Win. G. Irwin & Co. Ltd, on
and after October 1, lh't.'J.
W'M. (3. IRWIN,
838-lit Treasurer H. 8. Co.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
i Stockholders of the Oi.owai u Company
will take phice at tho ollice of Messrs. Win.
G. Irwin dc Co. Ltd, on WEDNESDAY,
September 27, 1WI3, at 10 o'clock u. in.
833 :!t Secretary.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the follow
ing described Animal will
bo sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Oct. 7.
1SU3, at 12 o'clock noon, at thu Government
right side of neck.
1 black mare, white forehead; both hind
legs white; hassuie back; branded G 1 K.
1 gray horso. with both hind legs white;
branded "GE" on right side of neck.
gW Owner of the above Animal must
bend in his claim within 10 days, other
wise it will bo bold on tho date above
named. JIM KUKONA,
Honolulu, Sept. 25, 18fU. 838-2t
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
A NY PERSON OR PERSONS FOUND
XX. trespassing and shooting gamu upon
oi tno in oi
ay marc, white forehead; white right
leg; uas sore uacic; oranueu Jii on
the lower or makal portion of tho
Kapnkahl, Walkcle, District of Ewa, Island
oi uanu, 11. i., win o prosecuteu
tun extent oi tno law
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 18'Ki.
GOVERNESS FOR TWO CHILD
ren on the lbhind of Hawaii. Ainilv
by letter to C. M. ,
8I-lw Box 287.
Hi man and wife.
Would work together
or singly. Man nuderstntidH horses, or
would look after garden. Woman can
uaidi, cook. etc. Apply M. A, Gonxiilves,
Queen street. KKI-lw'
I-AWAIAHAO 8E.MINAUY UAH MS-
JV. tithlMicil a DoMKsru' Di:rucrMi:.sT
bread mid cakes. All orders for fruitcake
and is prepared to take orders for jellies,
forThutilttfglvliigitud Christmas should be
sent at once. H'.'.llm
Saturday, Sept. S3, 189S.
Since this business was es
tablished and the people no
ticed that a little above the or
dinary amount of energy and
enterprise were among the at
tributes of the management,
it has been a pleasure to a few
persons to put upon the Ha
waiian Hardware Co., the title,
" the fresh young firm." In
order to please every one,
even those who look upon our
success with a jealously inclin
ed eye, and to remove ima
ginary appearances of fresh
ness we nave completed, ar
rangements whereby we con
trol the entire product of a cer
tain salt producing company in
this district, and offer to the
people of these Islands a pure
white salt of superior grade
at a shade less than they have
been accustomed to paying
under the Salt Monopoly. Our
arrangements are such that we
can furnish either one bag or
a thousand on short notice.
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paint
is making the buildings on
Merchant street look like new.
The building occupied by C.
O. Berger and Robert Grieve
is the latest to take the newest
and best remedy for prema
ture decay. Private residences
throughout the city are being
touched up to such an extent
that when the old residents re
turn from their World's Fair
jaunt they will think there has
been a building boom in Ho
nolulu during their absence.
Toilet sets are not often
broken and when they are
it is generally at an inconven
ient time. We have a large
stock of them suitable for
these times when people re
quire the maximum quality at
the minimum price. Our sets,
handsomely decorated, go to
you at prices ra'nging from
three dollars up. The hand
somest are in the makai win
dow. You'll smile when we
tell you the price.
The difference between good
and bad sporting ammunition
is demonstrated every season.
It is unnecessary for us to say
that the good article comes
from our store. For the sea
son which opens October i,
we have selected cartridges
of the sort used by the sports
men in the States and if you
use them you will not have to
buy your game from the na
tives. By the return Australia
we will have an assortment of
canvas hats for use in the
hunting field. In addition to
our stock of cartridges we have
a full supply of cleaning rods
and other necessary shooting
Our San Francisco Agents
sent us, the other day, a pre
paration for mending broken
crockery, wood and leather
that is destined to accomplish
great results in its line. We
have applied it to broken pro
mises of some of our debtors
and it worked like a charm.
We have plenty of it in stock
and if you want some of it for
that or mending broken arti
cles of virtu we will be pleased
to supply you. '
The Keystone Beater will
do other things than beat
eggs. It whips cream better
than by any other means; it
will reduce fruit to a fine pulp
for almost any purpose more
effectually than by the old style
of mashing; it can be used in
making puddings and almost
anything else used as desserts,
and it's cheaper in the end and
better at all times than the do
zen other egg beaters that have
been on the market for the
last ten years.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Corner r'oft 8a Hotol Streets.
I AM NOW OFFERING AT
A FULL LINE OF
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
We Guarantee Every Package
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
10 Dozen I
1920 ZFeioilsieiges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Foxt Street, - - - Honolvilia, H.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortb. SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
rpiu: a.nniui, Mr.in'iso or TUB
1 .Mutual Tui.KriHiNi: Company will ho
livid ut thu ('oiiipiuiv's JIiiIIiIImh, on Fltl.
PAY, Heiitember Will, ut tUu. in.
0, o, iiKitnmt,
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoulto fiprcnkolH' Dlook,
807 FORT STREET,
Wortli TO Oents.
H. S. TREGLOAN k SON.