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TAX COLLECTOR'S BIOTIOE.
District of Kona, Islaud. of Oahu.
If any personal taxos, that is to pay, poll
tax, road tax and school tax., ahull remain
unpaid after tho 30th day of .September, ten
por cent, of such taxes shall bo added by
tho Assessor aud shall bo ccillactod as part
of such taxes.
Assessor 1st. Division.
Approved: S. M. DAMON,
837-St Minister of Finance
All Executors, Adinlnletro.tors, Guar
dians and Trustcos, who liwve not tiled
their annual accounts with, tho Court, are
hereby notified to do tho same without
Ily the Court,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect -nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1893.
When the Star, tho paper that did
the booming for tho Boston ball,
charges the management with starv
ing the guests, and guests with at
tempting to steal the cooked chick
ens, the "political significance" that
tho same authority insisted on be
stowing upon the event in advance
takes on a weird complexion.
There was moro significance in
the list of those absent from the
Boston reception Monday night
than in that of those present. Re
sponses in person wore made to not
moro than about twenty-five percent
of the invitations. "Political signi
ficance," pigheadedly thrust on tho
event, materially marred tho fruition
of sanguine expectations.
In a telegram to tho San Fran
cisco press tho omission of some
words made it appear that tho edi
tor of tho British Colonist had writ
ten to the Dominion Premier, pro-
nition of the French cable schetno.
A Vancouver paper since received
shows that the protest in question
came from the Government of tho
colony of Victoria, Australia. This
fact is interesting in connection with
the trip of Mr. Sanford Fleming to
Australia, about which some inform
ation is givon in an interview with
that gentleman in this paper.
Mr. Bowell's caution about care in
tho selection and packing of fruit
for export will scarcely bo needed by
our fruit raisers of any experience.
There are many now producers,
however, coming into the business
to whom tho advice may be useful.
"When it comes to marketing the ex
tensive growing crops of coffee the
putting forward of the best qualities
will be of vital importance. Tho
best Hawaiian coffee in San Fran
cisco would mean tho capturo of
that market at a premium. In the
Californian Magazine a few months
ago was a description of the coffee
industry of Nicaragua, in which it
was stated that the San Francisco
market did not get better than the
"seconds" of tho product.
The Hawaiian Americans.
It is always refreshing to examine
the Advertiser's attempts at twisting
statistics for the benefit of his lost
cause. Accordingly, this morning
when editor John-stong assumed to
correct Mr. Marques' Statistical Ta
ble, I made it a point to verify tho
argument. John-stung says that
"two-thirds" of tho Hawaiian-born
foreigners aro "Americans" (I sup
poso lie means of American extrac
tion) "who, if added to the alleged
American contingent of 1928 will
make quite a respectable showing,
both in present politics and future
taxos." Hawaiian-born foreigners
number 741)5, two-thirds of whom
are 4997, this boiug the number as
sorted by John-sting. I consulted
on the matter Dr. Rodgors' Census
an indisputable authority for the
Advertiser, and find (page 17) that
the Hawaiian-born foreigners aro
composed of 4117 Portuguese, 1701
Chinoso and Japanese, 60 various,
and only 1G17 whito foreigners, in
cluding American, English, German
and French descendants. If one
half of that amount is allowed to
American families which is an ex
ceedingly gonorous supposition the
Hawaiian-born Americans (as John
stunk calls thorn) will number only
808, instead of 4997. And addod to
1928 Americans from America this
makes only a total of 2125, or 1 Yan
kee to overy 14 nativos, aud 1 out of
every 40 of the whole population.
So much for John-stink boasting!
Go back to school, Dear John not
as a teacher though and learn to
writo ouly about tho fow thingn you
do know, unless you wish to bo call
ed a scribbler, not evon a "poor"
Australia claims to hare 11,000,000
kangaroos. Ah no ono can have
counted thorn alio has probably jmst
jumped to thia couulusivu,
Minister Bowoll of tho Dominion
Cabinot and Mr. Homing, tho
British Columbia papors received
by tho steamer Warriinoo had items
referring to tho doparturo for Aus
tralia of Hon. Mackenzie Bowoll,
Minister of Trade aud Cotmnorco in
the Dominion Cabinet, and Mr. San
ford Fleming, tho umiuenl civil
ongiuoor who directed tho surveys
of tho Canndiau L'acilic Hallway.
The two distinguished travelers wore
on board tho Warrimoo, whore Major
Wodehouse, British Minister, took
lunch with them Sunday aitornoon.
It was moutioned in a Vancouver
paper that Mr. Fleming was going
to Australia to iuvestigato tho feasi
bility of laying a cablo from there
to British Columbia. A Bulletin
representative mot Mr. Fleming on
tho dock of tho steamer, and was ro-
coived by him with quiet cordiality.
Mr. Fleming, on a reference being
made to an item iu a Vancouver
paper about his going to Australia
on Pacific cablo business, said
held no public commission, lie
u had !
boon working hard for many
and was traveling for rest aud plea
He was asked if tho French cablo
now being laid from Queensland to
Now Caledonia was part of a larger
''I think not," ho replied with a
new gleam of interest kindling his
features, as if a subject close to his
heart had been touched.
"How is it, thou, that tho Govern
ments of Now South Wales and
Queensland have given it recogni
tion by sending representatives with
the cable steamer?"
This question aroused the latent
fires of tho quiet gentleman's nature
"It is a silly piece of business, a
most unfortunate proceeding. Noth
ing could be more foolish and un
patriotic. Ihe idea of British CJolo
This admission was regarded as
made in confidence, until the depart
ure of tho mail steamer duo next
day for San Francisco. Now that
the mail has gono tho information
here given cannot reach tho outside
world until Mr. Fleming has divul
ged his business in Australia. Some
thing is bound to drop before ho is
many hours iu Sydney. It is be
lieved that ho is iu intimate relations
with tho Canadian Pacific Railway
and its telegraph lino, the latter bo
ing connected with tho Mackay
Bennett Atlantic cable. Mr. Flem
ing need not carry an official com
mission, nor bo traveling for aught
but his own pleasuro as ho said
to onablo him to do effective work
for the cause that is known to be
near his heart, that of a cablo across
tho Pacific to complete an electric
circuit of tho globe under British
Mr. Fleming oxpressod his idea
sure at having mot tho interviewer,
who recalled having seen him at an
interesting point in his career
twenty-six years ago. "You liiiiot
have been very j'oung then," and "J
had a hard row to hoe," ho said, the
reference being to his engineering
of a railway lino tho opening of
which the writer witnessed at that
period. Ho said they (Mr. Bowoll
and himself) had called on Queon
Liliuokalani. Tho subject of poli
tics was not broached on either part
during the visit. Mr. Fleming said
tho Queen was a very intelligent
woman. Ho had seen her in London
at the Victoria Jubilee in 1S37. As
ho had lottors to finish before tho
steamer's doparturo, and tho adver
tised time being only a fow minutes
away, Mr. Fleming excused himself.
The steamer having been delayed
several hours, however, Mr. Fleming,
accompanied by Mr. Bowoll, Mr.
Sydney Clemoutson, a prominent
wool factor of Boston who spent
some time hero on a previous jour
ney, and other passengers h' tho
steamer took occasion to visit tho U.
S. flagship Philadelphia. After their
return Mr. Fleming mot our repre
sentative again and put many ques
tions to him rogardiug tho islands.
He took a great interest in the
swimming ana diving of a crowd of
native boys in tho dock, and asked
if it did thorn any harm to bo iu the
water so much.
Mr. Fleming was mado a com
mander of tho order of thu garter by
Queon Victoria, entitling him to
carry C. M. G. after his name, in re
cognition of his distinguished ser
vices in connection with tho Cana
dian Pacific Railway. Ho was Pres
ident of tho Roj-al Society of Cana
da founded by the Marquis of Lome,
aud is Chancellor of Queen's Univer
sity, Kingston, Canada.
On being asked by the writer if he
was not the inventor of staudaid
timo, now in uso on tho principal
railways of North America, Mr.
Fleming modestly replied that
while ho had had a groat deal to do
with it, thoro wore others out itleil
to a largo share of credit of which
ho had no desire to doprivo them.
When tho interviewer look final
leavo of him, Mr. Fleming oprened
the hope of again visiting Honolulu.
His intention on this journey was to
return homo by way of England, lie
is accompanied by his daughter, Mis
Fleming, a haudsoino aud healthy
looking young lady.
Mr. Bowoll after lunch spent somo
timo conversing with .Major YVodo
housu aud other friends on deck.
Later ho was eagerly enjoying the
natatorial antics of the young kana
kas by tho side of the ship. As he
turned from the rail to speak to a
fellow pasBongor about snapshots
with the kodak tho latter carried,
ho was greeted by tho Ik'LLini.N iu
tervlewer and cordially responded
by Inviting him to a convenient sot
teo for a conversation. .Mr. Howell
Is n well preserved gout Ionian of
about 70 you is, with a brisk carriage
and general appearance leiniudiug
one instantly of Col. SpicckoU-the
resemblance being accent uated with
a white plug hut juuiilily balanced,
nies thus playing into tho hands ol I l" v""1" "-'" vv'wl" , ,,'. ""
tho French Government! Between j aL,,0"w b.0," iailu ? ll! lssuo
you and mo," tho famous engineer of, f1'0 .""j? j?L'!i arbitration in
said, lowering his tones, "that is jubt i w'""1! ll,s i;,f S'r !"! l o,"PS0ii,
wh.M. ie nit,-7r .no tn A..-I rnli.-i iPiomier of tho Doiniiuoii, took nu
a t rn iiiiiiui iiiii- tiiini1!! 1'iinr nnir in
Mr. Howell talked eagerly about
tho steamship lino. Ho confirmed
the telegraphic advices of a ton
years' contract made with his Gov
ernment, at Sl'2",000 per annum, and
added that South Australia had
oomo into tho nrningoniont with a
"You may sny that, tho lino has
come to stav," lie remarked. Ho was
going to Australia to promote trade.
between tho Colonies anil Canada.
Tiio lattrv country was a largo con
sumer of wool, one of the principal
staples of Australian export.
"You have made a good beginning
iu trade with theso islands, judging
by appaiauees on the wharf theroV"
tho reporter observed, pointing to
Unsteadily growing rows of barrels
of lime and tho piles of prepared
lumber aud shingles from tho hold
of tho Y arrimoo.
Mr. Bmvoll replied with an ex
pression of gratification at the aus
picious oponilig of commercial rela
tions between tho two countries by
the inauguration of steam communi
cation. On the suggestion that n
grjat (U-al of Hawaiian products
ought to find a ready market along
tho Canadian Pacific Railway and
its tributaries, ho said:
"Undoubtedly. Your fruits are
having a yood sale there now. But
m sending us fruit you must bo very
caiolul. Nothing but tho best quality
should bo shipped, and it ought to
bo carelully packed. You have to
meet competition in this lino from
Lnui&iaua, Florida aud Mexico, so
that nothing but tho first quality
will do." Mr. Howell referred to
tho leson Canada had learned from
experience in exporting apples to
If e had given a resident of Hono
lulu whom ho named a copy of tho
Trado ami Navigation Returns of
Canada, which would show tho lines
of produco iu which the Dominion
yas a large buyer. Sho would buy
millions of pounds at Hawaiian rico,
for ono thing, if this country could
supply it as cheaply as China and
Mr. Bowoll asked many questions
about the trado and tarifT of this
country, lie said a cable was bound
:ietio pari, as a Canadian represent
ative at tho tribunal m JLJaris Jlr.
Howell said the decision must have
been about right, becauso nono of
the parties involved were quito sat
isfied with it.
While cordially bidding goodbye
to tho Hi'Li.KTix repto-sonlativo, Mr.
Howell uttored his earnest desire of
seeing moro of Honolulu and its in
stitutions on his return from Aus
tralia. O CD.
TViso and Otherwise
Tho tallest man
liablo to bo
The peculiarity of a crank is that
he alwajs thinks" it's his turn.
Love laughs at locksmiths, hut it
has a wholesome fear of keyholes.
A national air that assumed by
tho man wiio thinks ho owns the
Harriot Beeeher Stowe's twin
daughters aro now past forty. Thoy
have noor married.
The only diff--reneo between the
summer girl and the winter girl is
about tluee months.
Only threo rich men aro referred
to as such in tho Now Testamout,
aud two of them were lost.
Miss Susan 13. Anthony is quotod
as saying that wo aro on tho ovo of
an era of uiimariied women.
A good way to keep monoy in cir
culation is to pay your debts. An
other way is to keep borrowing.
"Animals aro such agreeable,
friends,'' says George Eliot. ''Thoy
ask no questions, thoy pass no criticism1-."
" What did you think of tho play?"
''Oh, it was just lovely, Tho horoino
appeared in six different costumes
iu one act."
Bridget There's a man at tho
gale with pigs' feet, mum. Mistro-s
Oracious, Bridget, send him
around to the dime museum.
It is already suggested that in tho
year 1907 the three hundredth anni
versary of tho landing of tho Eng
lish in Jamestown, Va., bo celebrated.
Governor Boies, who has just been
re-nominated iu Iowa, is serving his
second term. Ho was ejected in 1881)
by a plurality of (1000, and in 18'Jl
Jefferson said ho novor know
Washington or Franklin to "speak
ten minutes at a time, nor to any but
tho main point, which was to decide
Irate Fathor Do you moan to toll
mo that you spent all that monoy
and then didn't got a now dross"?
Sobbing Daughter Y-yes, s-sir; I
only got a pair of sleeves.
Philadelphia' Girl -Does Waldo
ever kiss you? Boston Girl If by
the w otd "kiss" 1 apprehend you to
mean oscillatory demonstration, I
may say that ho does not.
At Osborne, Kan., on tho 22d
August, lOUl) people celebrated tho
conviction of a saloon-keeper for
violating tho prohibitory liquor law
by publicly breaking 211)0 bottles of
beer taken from his saloon.
To Got at tho Facts
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask
the people who take this medi
cine, or lead the testimonials often
published in this paper. Thoy will
certainly convince you that Hood's
Sarsaparilla pos-osios unequalled
merit, and that Hood's Cures.
Hood's I'ills euro constipation by
restoiiug (ho peristaltic aetiou of
thu alimentary ennui. Thoy are the
best family wit hurl in.
o'iiiNNOK'r ll.(Hl KM' M'U'lll;,
'Tu'itz whin ii'itiiiinur nlqmlte tho croud
(Irrvv p.ilhilutli', Imlv;
lui thill ''Jl.Kilcy hit U'Dmvd
And ljoulv KlitrurU (I'jiotilny t
And llu'liiiuiid 4 Iv MuliUmii a swat
And nil wlnt wnll. IwK'irry,
And tin i mux liniuu rule iiu that kllpnt
Till to ltl fiit ii I'uimur ot
An' k. mm km ' Fur aayliii nliwnl
Uidhi," m Jm, "Ul'm ro' !
Good Timos Coming.
Oh, tho pood times they nro coming to the
country and tho town : ',
Yott can hear the kettlo humming, and tho
bread Is baking brown;
And no matter what they tell you, -still
thu country won't bo smashed.
Whoa your Clearing Houso certificate Is
Oh, tho good times they arc coming; you
can hear 'em far away,
Whore the Congressmen aio spouting for
tho money ovory day;
Aud although tho weather's stormy, soon
tho rainbows will bo Hashed
When your Clearing House certificate Is
Thou, lot us sing togother for wo're suro
to get' thoro soon:
On tho other side of Jordan everybody
rnlso tho tunc I
There'll bo rest for all tho weary If tho
steamer Isn't smashed,
When your Clearing lIou-e certitlcato Is
Frank L. Stanton In Atlanta Constitution,
"Stanley promised his wife that
sho should liavo all tho monoy to
spend sho wautod whon thoy wore
married." "Awfully rash, wasn't
ho?" " No; you soo tho ' monoy is
By Ja3. 3?. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
On SATURDAY, Sept. 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the Arlington, Hotel Street,
I will s-oll at Public Auction an Invoice
of Household Furniture just
Glieval Bedroom Suits,
Oak Wardrobe". Single Bedroom
Walnut & Hardwood Bedsteads,
Spring Jlattrassos, Pillows,
Ice Chests, Cook Stoves,
All Goods Must Be Sold!
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Klofkhuldrrs of the Oi.owalu Com
pany hM on SHptemor 27, 18'3, at the
ntlleo of Win. G. Irwin it Co., Vd, the fol
lowing Ollicers were re-elected to serve
during the ensuing jear:
V. G. Irwin President
F. W. Mncfurlauo Vice-President
V. M. Gifl'urd Treasurer
0. llofse Secretary it Auditor
lioAiin or uinncTotis:
W. G. Irwin, F. W. Maefarlano and Aug.
Eaniolani Street and Wilder Avonno.
That beautifully located Dwelling House
situated corner of Kapiolunl Street and
Wilder Avenue. Terms easy.
Those prumics situated on Berotania
Street, now occupied as a dwelling. This
is conveniently situated as to tram cars
and nearness to business part of city.
The Honsn anil Lot on Kinau Street, oc
cupied as a dwelling. This is a particular
ly cool location and also convenient to tho
All of the above houses are in good re
pair rtnd not one over m lie from the Post
Also a House and Lot on Germania
Street, next to Mr. Llllio's residence. This
place can be had at a bargain.
ne Now is the timo to bny. In six
months' timo property will be considera
bly enhanced In value.
G. E. B0ARDIMN,
b3i)-lw ItlSAL ESTATE AGENT.
Wine & Spirit Merchant
CAMPllELL FWEPnOOF BLOCK,
Merchant St., :
Would work touethor
11 mini imil wife,
or singly, iluu millenniums hordes, or
would look after gurduii. Woman can
wiidIi, cook, i' to. Apply M. A. Uonmilvos,
(Juccui street. HXI-lw
pill: ANNUAl, MIWINU OK THU
1 Mimui. Tm.U'iiom: Ciimiw.sy will lio.
Iiclil ut thu Cum puny' IIiiIIiIIiik, on Fill
DAY, Huiitdiibur 1111,111 lUn. in.
0. (1, JIKUGKlt,
Hawaiian QarawarB Co., L'fl
Saturday, Sept. S3, 1893.
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 have 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 ranging 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
K 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 ok) style
of mashing; it can be use'd 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.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OppoHlte Hiireckulu1 Moult,
307 TOUT STREET,
Corner Fort &a
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Ohallies at 15c.
. Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
ScotGhZephyrs &Dress Ginghams
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
We Guarantee Every Package
p- we send out -xsu
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
QO IDozen. I
1920 IFsioJsieLges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
5SS "F'oft Street. - - Koxiolvilvi, H. I.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN k SON.
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