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TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
District of Kona, Island of Oahu.
II any personal tnxos, that is to ny, poll
tax, road tax and school tax, shall remain
unpaid after the 30th day of Soptcnibcr, ten
por cont. of such taxes shall be added by
tho Assessor and shall be collected as part
of such taxes.
t ' Assessor 1st Division.
Approved: S. M. DAMON,
837-8t Minister of Finance
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1893.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
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related her experience, aiyJ, & 'h
short timoAfe-pbYfceJand citizous
on Jo$ and on horseback wore
r Searching for tho fiend.
Ho was captured at 1 o'clock by
Detoctivo Baldwin, in the woods half
a mile east of tho city. His first ex
clamation was, "I did not hit tho
woman." He said his name was
Robert Smith and that he lived in
Vinton, three miles oast of Roanako.
Tho detective made the negro get
behind him on his horse and rodo
rapidly into the city with him. Mrs.
Bishop identified the prisoner as
her assailant. Tho woman had re
ceived a deep and ugly cut on the
back of her head, and two severe
blows over both eyes. The doctors
considered her case serious.
A large crowd gathered around
tho jail with tho intention of lynch
ing tho negro on tho spot. The de
tective approached the jail at a
galop, and the crowd, being without
a leader, opened out to let him pass
into the jail with his prisoner.
Mayor Trout and Attorney Hare
away addressed the gathering, coun
seling obedience to the law and pro
mising a speedy trial of the prisoner.
Tho crowd then dispersed, but lator
in tho day gathered about tho jail
in groat numbers, muttering threats
against the prisoner. About 5 o'clock
the situation became so gravo that
tho Roanoke Light Infantry was
ordered out, and with loaded rifles
and fixed bayonets they proceeded
to clear the streets and sidewalks
for a block in front of the jail. Tho
mob was disposed to be very unruly,
and at one time a riot was immiuont,
but the firmness of the militia and
tho promptness of tho polico averted
troublo for the time. Two or three
of the ringleaders wore arrested and
With the coming of night the
mob rapidly assembled. Mrs. Bishop
has a son employed by tho Norfolk
and Western Railway, and tho rail
way mon hurried after supper to
avenge the outrage. Crowds also
came in from tho surrounding coun
try. Arrangements were made to
bring militia from Salem by electric
car. There were fully 5000 people
in the streets in tho vicinity of tho
About 8 o'clock a volley and a
shout were heard two blocks away.
Tho neighbors of Mrs. Bishop were
marching in solid column about 800
strong to the jail. They mingled
with tho groat mass of the mob and
with a yell rushed over tho military
line, the sentinels falling back before
Mayor Trout and the polico had
retired into tho jail, while tho mili
tary were drawn up in line of battlo
about seventy-five yards west of tho
jail with rifles loaded and bayonets
on them. Suddenly the mob began
with wild yells to surge forward,
there was a sound of heavy blows
and an explosion of powder. The
mob cheered and it seemed as if the
fate of tho prisoner was sealed.
Suddenly there was a sound of
small arms at the jail, which showed
that the police and tho men inside
were firing and being firod at. Many
of tho crowd hurried from the scone,
but before they reached tho corner
a rattle of rifles rang out. Numbers
fell dead or wounded under the
shower of bullets. As each new vic
tim was carried to neighboring drug
stores, tho rage of tho mob became
Mon rushed down tho streets call
ing on each other to riso up and
avenge tho death of their friends,
but, while tho mob was frouzied
with rage, no concerted attack was
made upon tho soldiers. When the
wounded had all been taken caro of,
and tho dead bodies gathered from
around tho jail, it was found that
eight had been killed and twout
Sevoral speeches were made after
tho militia retired, and Judge Woodf
assured tho mob that tho negro,
Smith, was removed from tho jail,
and accompanied tho crowd through
tho jail to prove tho truth of his
statement. This did much to pacify
tho crowd, but they hung around
tho jail and adjacent streets for sev
eral hours. Many dispersed to
search for thoprisonor. At midnight
the placo had quieted down.
Nino persons were killed in the
battle and of about twonty wounded
some would likely dio.
On tho followiug morning the
mob found tho place where Tlionmh
Smith, tho negro who assaulted Mrs
Bishop, was secreted. Thoy took
liim from tho policeman who ww
guarding him and hanged him. A
coroners inquest was held on tho
body, and tho jury returned n vor
diet that tho negro came to his
(loath nt tho hands of
known to tho jury.
After tho inquest tho mob took
tho body by forco and hail it enrtod
to Mayor Trout's residonco. Thoy
evidently intended to bury it in his
yard, but woro dissuaded by Row
Afr. Cnmpboll. Thoy thou took tho
body to tho edge of tho rivor, whore
thoy burned it to ashes in a hugo
firo built for-tho purpose.
NEW TAttlFF LEGISLATION.
Tho latest news from Washington
says that a very prominont Demo
crat on tho Ways and Moans Com
mittee says tho now tariff bill will
bo completed within a mouth. It
Congress bo still in session it will bo
immediately presented. Tho Demo
crats of tho committee- fool that, in
viow of tho unrest among business
mon on account of tho proposed re
vision, tho now schedules ought to
bo made known as soon as possible,
jo that business can sooner adjust
itsolf to the now conditions.
THE CIEAHY LAW.
Tho House Foreign Affairs Com
mittoo mot yesterday and discussed
tho substiluto prepared by Chair
man MoCreary for tho Evorott bill,
amondiug the Qoary act. Tho Cali
fornia member offered various
amendments, providing for photo
graphing Chiuoso in order to mako
identification more certain, but
pending a voto on thorn the com
mittee adjourned until Tuesday
next. Meauwhilo Mr. Goary goes
wostward to moot his wife, who is
now on hor way from California to
Washington. Thero seems to be
little doubt that Mr. Gqarw y
meet with defeat Qji,evory effort to
amend IhoJiVii. Tho committeo, ox
cV iffnself, is uuauimous for tho
The Sonato is still debating the
silver question. Sonator Whito of
California made a fivo hours' speech
3'ostorday. An attempt to get an
agreement to divide after fifteen
days' more dobate failed. A motion
to go into executive session was lost.
Tho House is still wrangling over
tho rules. Tho latest tussle was
over a report to debate tho Fedoral
olection laws repeal bill for two
weeks and thou come to a vote. Reed,
tho former Speaker, strongly attack
ed a ruling of Speaker Crisp. Tho
report was adopted, 179 to 3.
No clue has yet been divulged in
the Michigan train robbory. If tho
Pinkertons know anj'thing thoy
don't tell anybody.
A duel with swords was fought on
the lakeside at Chicago, between
William Ficklen, a local society
swell, and Frank Keofo of Philadel
phia, a cousin of Ficklou's sweot-
hoart. Keefe was wounded in the
shoulder, when both declared theii
honor was satisfied.
In tho case of Madeline Pollard
against Congressman W. C. P.
Breckedridge of Kentucky, claim
ing S."0,000 for broach of promise
and seduction, before the court at
Washington, MNs Pollard won first
blood by Judge Cox's over-ruling of
A jrenoral strike of federated rail
way employees is imminent in In
Dr. Eugene F. West is in custodj
in San Francisco for causing tho
death of Addio It. G-ilruour by a
criminal operation. Tho head of
the girl was found in a wire basket,
but tho body is missing. It is sup
posed it was cut up and pacued up
in the girl's trunk, for which inef
fectual search has been made. Frag
ments of a human body were found
in tho water at Oakland.
The U. S. S. Alert, Capt. Q. M.
Book, arrived at San Francisco yes
terday, 37 days from Yokohama.
Sho experienced a typhoon the first
day out, in which tho coal bagged
on deck had to bo thrown overboard.
Mails between Mexico and Central
America and San Francisco will
uereaftor bo carried by tho North
American Navigation Co. instead of
tho Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Dr. F. O. Vincent, tho murdoror of
his wife, was sentenced at Fresno,
Cal., to bo hanged October 27.
Should he hang it would bo tho first
legal execution in Fresno county.
Union Pacific employees have
voted not to submit to a reduction
Adolph Krug, tho defaulting Seat
tle Treasurer, was released at St.
Paul on a writ of habeas corpus, but
a warrant having been secured, he
was immediately rearrested.
Hundreds of people aro reported
sick on an island off tho South Caro
lina coast as a result of tho putrefac
tion of the bodies left unburied after
the great storm of August.
Tho U. S. S. Monterey is coaled
and roady for orders to go to sea.
Nows from Brazil and tho Argon
tine Republic is still full of fighting.
Towns in South Dakota havo boon
destroyed by forest fires, and several
lives aro reported lost.
Inspector Benjamin of Jersey Cit)
is of opinion that real Asiatic cholera
was tho cause of rocout deaths at
President Cleveland has nominated
W. H. Homblower of Now York at
Associate Justice of tho Supreme
Court to succeed tho lato Justice
Race wars havo broken out in
Louisiana and Alabama, on account
of tho lynching of negroes. In u
fight near Pinoapplo, Ala., two neg
roes woro killed and sovoral badly
Two young doctors in Now York
aro down with smallpox, -caught at
tho Vauderbilt Cliuic, when an "ox
port" in skin diseases exhibited a
man suffering with smallpox as a
"fiuo case of ehickon pox."
Italians in Now York aro indig
nant over Mayor Gilroy's refusal to
hoist tho Italian Hag over tho City
Hall on their groat holiday, tho 23d
anniversary of tho unification of
Italy by Victor Emanuel.
lloury S. Cochran, weighing clork
in tho Philadelphia Mint, has con
fessed that ho is tho thief who stole
thirty bars of gold bullion from the
vaults. About $100,000 worth of tho
yellow metal has boon recovered and
it is expected that tho Government
will losa nothing by Cochran's dis
Tho Bonk of England has reduced
tho rate of discount from I to li.
Gonornl Sir Jlonry Wylio Norman
lini,witli(lratvn his acceptance of tho
oHHJyf Viceroy of iudfu.
Although thoro aro only a fow
isolated cases of cholera at Ham
burg, tho Hamburg and American
Packotf Company havo decided to
mako Cuxhavon tho port of entry
and dopnrturo for all stoamahips in
future. Thoro nil stcorago passon
gors will bo kopt'for fivo days undor
modical observation nud control bo
foro embarking. Ton now cases, of
which two provod fatal, havo oc
curred at Hamburg within tho last
Tho Spanish Government has de
clared a quarantiuo from August
31st against cholera at Jorsoy City
and Km kilometers around it, anil
against Tampa, Fla., and 100 kilo
meters around it, on account of yel
low fever, from Soptombor 1st.
A LITTLE GLOBE TROTTER.
Strango Advonturos of a Lad Just
Dropped iu Honolulu.
Among tho passengers that arriv
ed by tho Alameda this morning
was a Gormnn lad of about 13 years
of age, whoso record as a travolor is
somothing remarkable. Tho boy's
roal name is Louis Mornung, which
his follow travolors on tho Alameda
improved upon by dubbing him
" Morning Star." Ho was mot by a
Bulletin reporter on board the
steamer Mikahala tlvig morning,
V.'horo ho had gono to tako passage
for tho Volcano. To inquiries put
to him concerning himself ho mo
destly decliued to give information,
simply sayingthat ho didn't boliovo
auything concerning himself would
Tho San Francisco Chronicle of
Sept. 19th contains a littlo history of
tho littlo boy. Ho was born in Bor
lin, Germany, his father dying whon
ho was only two days old. Ho loft
Germany when only 8 years of ago
and started for Paris, obtaining his
passago by squeezing himself under
a seat in a railway car. From Paris
ho wont to Spain. Six months after
leaving Berlin he got to St. Peters
burg, whoro ho lived for noarly a
year and was sont back to his moth
er. A few months afterward he
started again, beating his way from
Liverpool to Hamburg, and thonco
to Now York with tho assistance of
sailors. Iu New York ho was taken
in'chargo by tho police and after
ward sont to school, whoro ho learn
ed to read, write aud speak English.
From Now York ho wont to Sing
Sing, walked to Albany, and rodo in
an emptj cattle car to Buffalo. He
walked most of tho way from Buf
falo to Cleveland, O., and then stole
a rido with somo cattle bound to the
World's Fair. In Chicago ho wa
given a job with tho Associated
Press, but as it did not agree with
him ho started for San Francisco.
On tho way from Chicago to Paris,
Tex., it appears that he underwent
somo hardships by boiug put off tho
car several times. Tho Chief of Po
lice at El 'Paso, Tex., finally took
him iu charge and sent him to Sau
"I am going to Honolulu next,"
said tho boy. "I don't want to boat
my way. 1 am going to try to get a
job as a cabin boy. From Honolulu
I will go to i"uistralia, aud thon to
New Zealand, China, India, Egypt
aud homo. I am going to write a
book and make some money for my
CAR DRIVER AND FUNERAL.
Drivor Welch Givos His Version of
Harry Welch, drivor of a tramcar
that had some difficulty with the
troops at a military fuuoral yester
day, called at tho Bulletin office to
deny tho truth of the Advertiser's
report of tho episode. Tho car did
not overtake the fuuoral on its way
to the coniotory, as tho Advertiser
says. The car was coming in tho
opposite direction and mot the
fuuoral. xU that tho drivor did was
to try to keep the horses on the
track whon frightened by the band.
The car overtook the procession
going back, whon tho drivor rang
tho boll, tho only response boiug
that tho oilicors looked back and
laughed. Thoro was plenty of room
for tho column on either side of tho
track. Whon tho soldiers attacked
the horses with their guns, tho
drivor had to use tho whip to keep
his horses on tho track.
It may bo added that it is enough
for the public to know that Coyne,
tho lioutonant who broko a soldier's
rib with a rillo stock, was ono of tho
officers who caused tho troublo with
tho car. Nothing but incompetence
or bumptiousness, or bot h combined,
on tho part of tho officers could
havo produced such a collisiou as
happened on a wide thoroughfare.
Welch says ho was not afraid whon
Coyne pointed the pistol at him, but
ho thought it might hit someouo in
tho next stroot.
THAT POISONED SOLDIER.
Dr. Soulo Thinks Ho Had Not Pro
per Attention at First.
Tho following is from tho Sau
Francisco Chronicle of Sept. 21:
John Slattory, one of tho soldiors
of tho Provisional Government at
Honolulu, who was acofdoutally
poisoned about fivo months ago by
eating somo tinned vegetables, was
brought up on tho steamer Austra
lia yesterday and sent to St. Mnry's
Hospital for treatment. Tho other
soldiors who were poisonod fully ro
covored, but Slattory has had trou
ble with his stomach over since. Dr.
Soulo of the steamer thinks that tho
poldior's troubles are (luo to his not
receiving proper attention at tho
time tho symptoms of poison maui
(osted thoniholvos and that the poi
son has permeated tho system.
m m m
Many people will romoinbor tho
capital bargains in dry goods obtain
ed at the last series of sales held at
the Arlington. Mr. .las. F, Morgan
will givo evoryono nuothorehauoo at
tho Arlington, Hotel stroot, to-morrow
(Saturday) at 10 o'clock fore
noon, when a choice assortment of
furniture, etc., will bo hold and
again in the evening at 7 o'clock
when bargains may ho obtained iu
all kindH of beautiful dry goods,
Of Oourso JTou Road
Tho testimonials frequently pub
lished iu this papor relating to
Hood's Sarsapnrilla. Thoy aro from
reliable pooplo, stalo siniplo facts,
aud show boyond a doubt thnt
Hood's Curos. Why don't you try
this modicino? Bo sure to got
Constipation, and all troublos with
tho digestive organs and tho liver,
aro cured by Hood's Pills. Uu
oqualled as a dinner pill.
By Jas. V. Blorgan.
Arlington Rooms, Hotel Street.
1 will sell at Public Auction, at tho Arling
ton lloonia, Hotel street,
On Saturday Evening, Sept. 80th,
A.T T O'CLOCK,
A Largo Invoice of New Staplo Goods,
Dress Patterns, tons
All Sizes and Patterns ot
A Oroat Variety of
Suit and Pants Patterns
ALL GOODS TO BE SOLD.
Jas. F. ZMorgan,
AUCTION" SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
On SATURDAY; Sept. 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the Arlington, Hotel Street,
I will sell at Public Auction an Invoice
of Household Furniture just
ic elvud, comprising
Cheval Bedroom Suits,
Oak Wardiubes, Single Bedroom
Walnut & Hardwood Bedsteads,
Spring Muttrasies, Pillows,
Ice Chests, Cook Stoves,
All Goods Must Be Sold!
Jas. F. Morgan,
Mutual Telephone Company.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholder'' of tho Mutual Tkle
I'Iionc Company, held at the Company's
otlice Sept. SJtli, the following gentlemen
weru duly elected to ierve as oilicors for the
Hon. II. A. AVIdemann President.
Hon. C. K. Bishup.. Vice- President.
Hon. C. O. Berger
Secri'larv and Treasurer.
Hon. W. F. Allen Auditor.
BOAM) Of DlIILCTOIiS.
Mcssr.". H. A. Widernann. 0. R. Bishop,
C. O. Berger, V. O. Iivwn, S. C. Allen,
F. A. Schaofer and Cecil Brown.
Honolulu, Sept. 21, 1Kfi. H-12-Gt
Ono copy each of the Daily Bum.etin of
the following dates:
February 8, 1MB, January 9, 1803,
November:.', 18!).', January 24, 8 3.
Good price will be paid. Apply Bulletin
Eaplolani Street aud Wilder Avenuo.
That beautifully located Dwelling House
situated corner of Kaplolanl Street and
Wilder Avenue. Terms easy.
Those preinUcs 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 House and Lot on Kinau Stroot, oc
cupied as a dwelling. This is n particular
ly cool location aud also convenient to the
All of the above houses are in good re
pair and not ono over mile fiom tho Post
AUo a Houso and Lot on Gurmunln
Streut, next to Mr. Lillln's residence. This
plnce can bu hud at a bargain.
Now Is tho time to buy. In nix
mouths' time property -will be cuiibldera
lily uuhauced In value.
G. E. B0ARDMAN,
REAL ESTATE AOK.NT,
rpHK WEEKLY UULLKTIN-iM COL
J. iiiiiiuof Interesting Heading Alattur
UlnndH, H- niklM U forli!ii qountrlHuO,
Hawiiiian Hardware Co., L'd
.v Saturday, Sept. S3, 189S.
Since this business was es
tabhshed 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.J
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 tKeir World's Fair
jaunt they will think there has
befen 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 betw iengood
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.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreckeli' Block,
307 XORT STREET,
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oomor Fort Se
IN A FEW DAYS.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
tar "WE SENT OUT -&l
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSIBTINU OF
40 Cases I
0 ZDozseri. I
1920 Packages !
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 To-rt Street. - - - KorLOlulta, H.
New Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H, S. TREGLOAN k SON.
Honolulu, H. I.