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TAX COLLEOTOK'S NOTICE.
District of Koua, Island of Onliu.
tf any personal tnxus, tlmt li to ny, poll
tax, road tax ami school tax, shall remain
nnpalil after tho .'!0th ilay of September, ten
per cent, of such taxes shall ho milled by
tho Assessor and shall he collected as part
of such taxe.i.
Assessor 1st Division.
Approved: S. M. DAMON,
S37-ft MlnNtcr of l'liinnee.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
socrotnry nml inlornrotor. In tho
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 18!)3.
Wo adviso readers of tho Adver
tiser to cut out tho prediction in
this morning's editorial and pin it in
their hats, so that they may seo two
months bonce what mannc of pro
phet has been attempting their
Evory time that Minister Thurs
ton talks on Hawaiian affairs, ho
destroys so much of whatovor linger
ing respect remains for him in tbo
country he misrepresents in the
United States. His assertion in his
latest reported effort, "thajt thore
was a surplus of $150,000 in the
treasury and that tbo Postal Savings
Bank had a surplus of $35,000," is so
glaring a falsehood to residents
hero, who know the facts, that it
would be ridiculous oven to contra
dict it. A surplus indeed!
Mr. Laurier, leador of tho Liberal
party of Canada, is a Freuchi.uau of
broad gauge. In a recent stump
speech ho said: " Tho Torios want
federation between Britain and her
dependencies. I want to make tbo
race basis of confederation. I want
confederation which will include
not only England and her depend
encies but all nations of tho Anglo
Saxon race. I seo tbo day coming
when there will be a union of all
men speaking tbo English lang
uage." At the altitude where tho
speaker of such sentiments dwells,
tho shallow-lunged blower of the
spurious Amoricau bladder next
door would not got breath.
To that " misgovorumont," to
which Mr. Thurston does not want
to seo Hawaii rovert, is duo tho very
substantial improvement in side
walks progressing all over Honolulu.
Hawaii has always ranked high in
tho estimation of the outside world,
for its advancement in the arts and
institutions of civilization. The
Hawaiian representatives in the
Legislature wero always liberally
disposed toward all sorts of public
improvements. It was only against,
tho determiuod opposition of tho
richest foreign members of the
Legislature that street cars and
electric light were obtained.
moan while ho took for his wife, ac
cording to tuo custom then, the
Obiofesa Holau 2d, a descendant of
Louoikamakahiki and Kaikilaui-Alii
wahino-o-Puua, both King and
Quoon of Hawaii (and not of Puna
nlono). This Chicfess was the grand-
jiuuu in vul'uh .Liumii, wuo in Jving
Kekauliko of Maui, consoipiuntly a
niece of King Kaeokulani of Kauai,
and a cousin of Kaumualii, tho last
king of Kauai. His children with
tho Chiefess woro: Virginia Kahoa
Kaahumanu; Teresa Owaua, Paul
and John Hives.
In November 27, 1823, Kamoba
meha II. took him as his private
secretary to visit England (look on
pages 181 85 of Alexander's Brief
Uistory). Although as Query may
seo that Alexander's history is too
partial and bias, but one tiling ho
did not hesitate to admit on pagos
200 and 201 of his history, that Mon.
Uives, tho Frenchman, was tho ori
ginator of inducing Popo Leo XII.
to send the Catholic faith on tho
Hawaiian Islands. Look again on
page 108 of tho same history you
would find that bis very first friouds
on the Islands, Kalanimoku and
Boki, embraced tho Catholic faith
on board of the corvotto L'Urauio"
by tho Abbo do Quolen, in August,
During Mon. Hives' stay in tho
Isles ho always used hisj iutluouco in
ths courts and among ,ho chiefs for
the good of tho natives. Ho was tho
best friend of tho white men who
camo here to stay. IIo usod his in
fluence to givo lauds to tho pioneer
white settlers, among thorn wero tho
Parkers at Waimea, Hawaii. But ho
always advised tho king and tho
duels against tbo Bostoniau mis
sionaries and tho low white scurvy.
His native name givou to him by
Queou Kaahumanu was Luahiue
(meaning tho Queen's old ago).
And for Alexander's benefit I givo
the following as Mon. Hives' estates,
given to him for his good services
by Liholiho, Kaahumanu and Ka
rvaawaawa, Kahului at Kona; Ivo
koiki, at Kohala; Waiohuli, Waiohu
and Kopili on Maui; Moakea on
Molokai; Kuhia, Lolopaua, Puuuui
and Kalaopohaku on Oahu.
And as Katnchanioha II. and
Quoeu Kamamalu died in 182L iu
London, the tide turned against
him (being tho principal one who
induced tho King to travel abroad)
and the Bostouian missionaries got
tho best of him, and all his estates
wore confiscated, and the mission
aries became tho evil power of the
country over since.
Alon. Jean Jassin Hives came
from one of the best families of Bor
deaux, and ho has nephows and
nieces living there yot till this day.
If Query and Alexander want to
know more about his famiby, please
writo to tho Hawaiian Consul or
other authorities at Bordeaux.
Don't be hasty in calling others as
sailors in tho sense you meant.
Queen Emma's grandfather, Mr.
John Young, Sr., was merely an
English boatswain of couraffo when
ho appeared horo first, and his
quality of bravery made Ivamoba
moha I. gave him a rank as high as
his chiefs of bloou, and ho became
tho chief artillery ollicor of the king
dom. And what is tho harm of a
cultured young man of courage to
become a sailor as a starting point?
OAHU CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.
Annual Mooting, Accounts, and Ro
oloctiou of Officers.
Tho adjourned annual meeting of
tho above association was hold yos
lorday forenoon at tho Chainbor of
Commerce. Mr. J as. I. Dowsott,
President, was in tho chair.
In tho absence of tho treasurer,
Mr. 1$. Cartwright. from indisposi
tion, the secretary road his financial
btatemeut as follows:
Cash on hand Sept. !t, 18!).' $,010 3!)
Income per J. 12. William, under
taker ro:t oo
Income from sale of lot ... . . 00
to dato .
Itnlnnec nu hand
In the expenditure is included tho
purchase price of $3000 Government
.Bonds at par on July 1.
Tho acting auditor. Mr. M. P.
Hobinson, reported tho vouchors
and tho footings to bo iu order with
tho oxcoption of tho amount dis
bursed for tho purchase of bonds.
Tho treasurer's and auditor's reports
woro accepted and ordered on file.
The election to fill tho vacancies
in the board caused by tho expira
tion of tho term of Messrs. Jas. I.
Dowsott and A. S. Cleghorn resulted
in thoir re-election. The meeting
of tho association then adjourned,
but immediately following tho ad
journment a meeting of tho Board
of Trustees was bold, at which the
annual election of officers, called for
by tuo charter, resulted in the elec
tion of Jas. I. Dowsett, President;
J. T. Watorhouso, Jr., Vico-Prosi-dent;
John H. Paty, Secretary, and
B. Cartwright, Treasurer.
CHINESE THEATRE LEASES.
Now Gold Mine Struck by tho Gov
ernment at Xioloo Swamps.
At noon to-day Mr. John llassin
gor, chief clork of tho Interior De
partment, had a crescont of interest
ed Chinese auditors in front of him
insido tho main entrance of the Ex
ecutive building. Ho was reciting
tho monotonous auctioneer's ritual
to thorn about, tho lease of tho store
on tho Waikiki side of tho Chinoso
Theatre. Their responses woro
prompt in crescendo, going from tho
upset prico of ?10 up to $20. At that
price Chow Lee, tho present occu
pant, secured tho leasehold. It is a
tenancy at will terminable at any
titno on thirty days' notico
The Chinese Theatre building be
came Government property by re
version at tho termination of the
ground loaso some time ago. Leaso
of building and ground woro put up
at auction, when, instead of the 10
a month previously realized, tho
public treasury became entitled to
200 a month. It has transpired
that tho buyers of tho leaso specu
lated on it and are innking money
oven at. that figure, as they exact tho
sum of $.'K)0 rout monthly from tho
tenants for the time boing in occu
pation. For a lanio back or for a paiu in
tho side or chest, try saturating a
piece of llaunol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto tho
affected parts. This treatinout will
cure any ordinary case in one or two
days. Pain Balm also cures rheum
atism, w cent bottles lor salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Hawaii Hardware Co., L'l
Riali, Red Blood
naturally results from takin
Hood s barsapanlla as person:
cleanliness results from free uso of
soap and water. This great puri
fier thoroughly expels scrofula, salt
rheum and all other impurities and
builds up every organ of tho body.
Now is the time to take it.
Tho highest praiso has boon won
by Hood's Pills for their easy, yot
efficient action. Sold by all drug
gists. Price 25 conts.
A Natural Conclusion.
Tho fact that a new Minister to
Hawaii has just been appointed fol
lowing tho report of Special Com
missioner Biouut romiuds tho coun
try that the annexation question is
dead. Jt was the last jingo spurt of
tho Harrison Administration and it
passed away with it. This is one
blessing which wo owe to the Demo
cratic victory. &f. Louis Post-Dc-
Till: l.A.Y M'r! WWI
I wish I owned u mountain brook,
One lichly -jiockod with front
Who'd riih with joy to s-ei?u my hook
And let inu pall iliem out;
And all so anxious for to please
That, ranged in iiuils of twelves,
They'll kee; a gridiron 'neath the tree?
And theieon tools tliemi-elve.s
By Jas. F. Morgan.
iveniii Auction Sale!
Arlington Rooms, Hotel Street.
1 will sell at Public Auction, at the Arling
ton Rooms, Hotel it reel,
On Saturday Evening, Sept. 30th,
A.T T O'CLOCK,
A Large Invoice of New Staple Hoods,
Dress Patterns, Lawns
All Sizes and Patterns of
A (.rent Variety of
Suit and Pants Patterns
lie a man of courage and be not
Query of idleness. Haioiaio.
Honolulu, Sept. 29, 1893.
" Iu any event the new government
will bo distinctly American iu form
and principles and will bo guaran
teed by tho protection of tho United
States." Tho foregoing piece of mock
solemnity is found in this morning's
Advertiser. Its writor shows the
wondering and wandering of a mind
but lately sot on annexation to the
United States as the only salvation
of tho country, but which has reluc
tantly como to realize that all the.
predictions it has evolved of tho cer
tainty of that ovont in the near fu
ture have been hopelessly bolied.
As an oligarchy is what the P. G.
and its chief friends have declared
they must have in default of anuex
ation,tho Advertiser ought to explain
just whoro " Americau principles"
have anything in common with such
a form of government. It is because
tho outrage of January had nothing
of Americau in it, and has resulted
in nothing of tho hue of American
principles that the Government of
the United States throw tho P. G.
treaty of robbery aside as an unclean
thing. All that patriotic Hawaiiaus
havo asked from tho beginning is an
application of American principle;
by tho United States to thoir out
timi: to nr.r TooKruuK.
When depositor and hanker
Shall henignly get together
And once mole iu friendly i;onvero
They will talk nhaiit the weather,
Oh, then the -.kit", will brighten
And the pur-e :-tiing ue.iic to tighten,
Anil uverj man stand solid in hhleather.
St. Lnuis I'lM-Uhjinteh.
Jean Jassin Rives.
As Query wishes to know Alon.
Jean Jassin Hives' career whom ho
called a " sailor" and not "Father
John," whom J Hupposo ho thinks
nobody horo to defend him,so I volun
tarily as a matter of duty to state
tho truth. Ho was neither a "sailor"
nor callud "Father John." While
ho was very young studying in his
native city in Bordeaux, Frunce, as a
student of tho faculty of medicine,
and boforo bo completed tho courses
of his studios, ho slroko an outbusi
astical idea to bo iu one of the Isl
ands of tho Pncilic as a promoter of
civilization, and ho, a youth of cour
ago, left homo and came as a pas
nongor (and not as a sailor) on a voh
sol and lauded on our shores about
iu J 807. His very fir I friends hero
woro Kalnuiuioku. Jloki, tho Crown
J'rinco Liholiho, also Queen Kaalui
matiu. Ho staid at tho Courts of
ICauioliHuiulia I, uud 11, us private
Died Far from Homo Volcano Road
Miss Nellie Townsoud, daughter
of Mr. W. S. Towusod, Sidnoj', Iowa,
U. S., and sister of Mr. H. S. Town
send, principal of Lahaiualuua
school, Maui, died at tho residence
of Mr. A. 13. Loobenstoin, Hilo, on
tho 27th inst. Tho funoral was from
Mr. Loobonstoin's house to Home
land ('amatory. In the absence of
the pastor of tho Foreign church,
Mr. W. S. Gillen oiliciated in tho re
Miss Townsend camo to these isl
ands about 18 months ago for her
health, from her homo iu Iowa. She
had had a very sovero attack of la
grippo which terminated iu con
sumption. She thought this cli
mate, that bad benefited so many,
would restoro her to health. She
bore with Christian fortitude that
terrible disease, and died belioviutj
that she was going to a place whoro
sickness is unknown. She had the
sympathy of a largo number of
frionds, who followed her to hor last
Tho Provisional Government has
made an appropriation and Mr. J.
R. Wilson, with the aid of a fow
other residents of Hilo, will con
struct tho road to tho Volcano
House, so that in one mouth tho
long agony will bo over and passeu
gors will bo taken tho whole distance
The steam fire ongino is now in
fine working order, so that it can be
ready to throw water on a firo in 12
minutes after it is taken out of tho
engine house. Houses aro noar at
band, so that there will bo no deten
tion. Tho firo alarm boll is also
ready for uso. But wo aro in hopes
there will bo no occasion to call out
our gallant firemen. J. A. M.
Hilo, Sopt. 28, 1H03.
By Lowis J. Lovey.
CEMENT AT AUCTION
ON MONT) AY, OCT. 2d,
AT 10 O'OI.OfilC A. M..
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sales
room, 219 Bbls. West Kent
500 Bbls. White Bros.
IN GOOD ORDER.
Lewis J. Levey,
ALL GOODS TO BE SOLD.
Jets. F. IJVEorgsua,
W. S. LUCE,
Wine & Spirit Merchant
CAMPBELL rinrjPUOOF BLOCK,
Merchant St., :
SOMETHING NEW !
DIPLOMAT AND CONSUL.
"Is there anvthitm new under the
You will ask yourself that question ami
the answer is
GO TO M. GOLDBERG'S
AMI II VK A IOOK T lllh
New Patent Ventilated Undersbirt
LIGHT 1 DURABLE! G00L1
A Summer Garment that eannot he sur
lactj. Both in Long ami Bhort Sleeves.
PRICE 50c. EACH.
Merchan J Tailor4
43 IsTuu.a.nvi Street.
KEEI'S ALWAYS ON HANI)
A FINE STOCK OF CLOTHS
And Giyes a Good Fit Every Time.
Clothes Altered to Suit Customers !
Clothes Cleauod and Dyedl
DW-1'KICKB THE LOWEST
Mutual Telephone Company.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A TTHE ANNl'AL MEETING OF
New Amoncan Minister and Consul
Qenoral Take tho Outh.
Tho Washington J'ost of tlio l'2h
iiiKt., contains a roporl that Mr. J.
II. lilount, Into U. .S. Mini.stnr and
Comtnis.-iiouor horo, had dnlivorod
his roport to J'rosidont Cluvoland
and roliirnod to his homo in (Jooria
on tho day provions. Tho now .Min
intor, Alfred .S. Willis, and C'onbiil
Gonoral .Mills had tahon tho oath of
ollioo on tho 11th, and loft for thoir
ro.simulivo homo? to mako nroparu-
tions for loaviiiK for thoir pout in
Hawaii. Tho L'nitud Status ropro
HiintativoH for Hawaii had ruomvod
curtain instructions from tho J'roci-
dont, which havo boon Itopt noi-rot. i . -- -
His prolmhlu that .Ministor Willi j JJ3?V" GrOOCLS
and CoiihiiI Mills will arrivo y tho i x
H, S. Australia ou .Saturday iioxt. ' Nu. u Kuuhuuiami utreet.
mii.k Ai.L.sr nut
DR. G. JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
iMi'onrhn ami Dkai.eh in
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
No. 103 Port Street.
IllllUlI IMI'OIITIill OK
i;ii.iMi and ;ontini:ntai,
of tho Miiii'ai, Tin.i:-
nioxK Compvny, hohl at tho l'omiany'
otlleu Sept. iSltli, tho follow hiK Kentlanum
were iluly elueleil to serve as ollleers for the
lion. II. A. Wiilemaiin Tresiilent.
Hon. V. K. Waliop.. Viee-I'renlilent.
Hon. C. (). llerger
Secretary and Treasurer.
Hon. W. I Allen Auditor.
IloMtn of Dini.cioi:.'-.
MossrH. H. A. Whlemanii, 0. It. Ilishop,
(,'. 0. lienor, V. (1. Irwin, 8. C. Allen,
l' A. fjuliuufurnml Ueeil llroun.
0, O.ll Kii Kit,
Honolulu, riujil. '.'!, lBil-'f. KllMit
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Till: ANNUAL 1IBKTINO OK THE
riloeMiuldora of tho Oiowamt Com
pany held on Hentem' er 'J7, lb'.'J, at the
olllee of Win. (j. f rwin .v Co., I.M. tho fol
lowing Olllcerd were re-elceteil to cerve
during the eiixiiiiig year:
W. U. Irwin Ticsldeiit
K. W. Maefarhnio. . . . Veo-l're-,ident
W. 11 (lilliird Tiea-urer
0. lloii-e Heerelary A Auditor
noMin oi iiiiiKfrniii:
W. II. Irwin,
K. W. .Miicfurlnm and
Saturday, Sept. SO, 18VS.
There are many advantages
to be derived in buying goods
from dealers who make the
wants of their customers a
daily study. Twenty odd years
contact with people in a com
munity as small as Honolulu
enables one to judge their
likes and dislikes and their
wants in a business way.
When we order goods from the
United States or Europe, -we
get what we believe is most
wanted by the people rather
than what we think is good.
In following this course since
the inception of our business
we have been able to offer
you at all times new goods.
We have no shelf-worn stock,
nothing to warrant our hold
ing "clearance sales" or to tell
you we are giving you gooas
at half price. As in every
other line of business we often
give you double value for your
money, but that is, because
you get from us a superior
quality of goods. Mixed
paints have been sold here for
a long time but they, were of
a quality that could be im
proved upon: hence the advent
of Hendry's Ready Mixed.
We told the manufacturers we
wanted the best paint ever
sold here and we got it; the
people who buy it from us get
something better, than they
have ever used before and
better than they expected.
We have added to our num
erous lines that of Flower Pots
and Vases for flowers or plants.
Two or three of the latter are
of exquisite design, and with a
little work with paint and
bronze powder may be made
beautiful ornaments for parlor
or veranda. These extra em
bellishments are not necessary
except to the lady whose taste'
runs to decorative art. Hand
some Majolica pots are offered
you in some stores, but while
they are pretty to the eye they
are death to the plants, lack of
porousness in their compositton
kills their practicamiuy
far as plants go.
Terra Cotta and
plants thrive in
heart sick." We haye waited
and hoped that an assortment
of lamps ordered from Eastern
manufacturers would have
reached us a month ago. But
the wind was against the
"Planter" and consequently
"agin" us. Now that they are
here wc have forgotten our
anxiety to get them sooner
and our heart rejoices in the
fact that we are able to offer
you to-day the largest and
most varied stock of Hanging,
Stand and Banquet Lamps we
have ever had the pleasure of
calling your attention to.
There is always a lamp wanted
either to replace an old o'ne or
to improve the appearance and
light in some particular room.
Our new arrivals all have the
celebrated Bradley & Hub
bard burners, which for light
ing qualities are pre-eminently
the best. With our lamp
goods we have a few very
handsome Onyx Top Tables
which should catch the eye of
people of refined tastes.
Hardwood Ice Chests and
Refrigerators like Pansy
Stoves are always in demand,
consequently we are import
ing them twelve months in the
year. In iron stoves we have
found, after a great deal of ex
perimenting, that there is noth
ing auite so up to the mark as
the "Pansy." It burns wood
or coal, a quick baker ana an
economist in the way of fuel, a
matter for consideration by
the housewife and the bread
winner as well. Our sales of
this style stove average, the
year 'round, two a day.
For the plantations we have
the most complete stock of
Packing in Honolulu. We
mention this because the mills
are starting up and packing is
one of the articles most
TEMPLE OF F
Corner Fort Se Hotol Streets,
IN A FEW DAYS.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Honolulu, H. I.
ST "WE SES3STID OXTT -a
Ours are of
the sort that
deferred maketh the
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FKE81I CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
QO Dozen I
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE -
HOLLISTER fc CO.,
683 "Fort Street. - - - Hoxioliolu., KC. I.
ew Summer Neckwear
(inn i'iii I'liull of till' 1II Y lit I. I.I. US (if
tint fulluninn ilutuHf
rt'linwrv I, JMri, .liuiimry i, l&'U,
Nuvi'iniiW ., JMU, .liuiimry J I, lit .1.
(IiidiI n mil liu luiiil. Aiiil liU.LLTjN
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppofillu Siireckulb' Itlook
JJ07 FORT STREET,
100 Doz. Four-Mands
Wortlb. SO Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
Wortli 75 Oexxts.
H. S. TREGLOAN &