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TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE.
District of Kona, Island of Oahu.
If any personal taxes, that In to say, poll
tax, road tax and school tax, shall remain
unpaid attor tho 30th day of September, ten
per cent, of snch taxes shall be added by
tho Assessor and shall be collected as pnrt
of such taxes.
Assessor 1st Division.
Approved: S. M. DAMON,
837-8t Minister of Finance
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, OCT. '2, 1893.
Russia shows her hand,
tho Monroe doctrine?
Whon the Advortisor evinces
enough financial intelligence to show
that it knows what a "surplus" is,
wo may condescend to notico its
vaporings on the financial position
of the Provisional Government.
In this issue will bo found tlio
latest letter of Mr. Charles Noid
hoff to the New York Herald. It
places the inconsistency and double
dealing of Mr. Oleson and Mr.
Thurston in lurid perspective.
Chief Justice Judd is shown up as
the advocate of an oligarchy ratlnor
than having self-government res
tored to the people of tho Hawaiian
One of the sonorous phrases diur
nal ly emitted in lieu of sense by the
Advertiser is that of "the American
colony." Now the only "American"
colony recognized hero by the dip
lomatic representative of tho United
States last here consisted of "all
Americans not participating in any
conflict for supremacy" between
local factions. This is a distinct
repudiation of all Americans leagued
to prevent tho restoration of Hawai
ian autonomy and independence.
And so the squad of mounted po
lice has been disbanded. It leaves
a record of moro crime permitted
than it prevented within its terri
tory. Economy that should have
forbidden its start came in, better
late than never, to end its career.
Its authors are of the same clan as
laughed themselves black in the
face at a similar branch of police
service started long ago under tho
monarchy. Only another evidence
of the inconsistency that marks
every step of the men who rule un
constitutionally by tho grace of
Minister Stevens and his guns.
It is a pity the "Canadian editor"
persists in existing, when he knows
he is such a bete noir to the creature
of a salary "editing" the Advertiser.
For over nine years off and on,
whenever the present stopgap of
the Advertiser could get his hand
into print, he has deemed it consum
mately clever to denounce tho "Ca
nadian editor." This is probably
because personalities are safer for
him than plagiarism. Doubtless
the present management of the Ad
vertiser, like a formor one, draws the
lino at stealing editorials from books,
in limiting the vagaries of its ama
It is noticeable that all of the
diplomatic corps, whose total ab
sence was conspicuous at the semi
official ball to tho U. S. S. Boston-on
Monday, were present at the recep
tion on board tho U. S. S. Philadel
phia on Saturday. This empha
sizes the admission freely made in
Government circles, that tho smart
young men of the Annexation club
and their organ spoiled the Boston
event by forcing "political signifi
cance" on it. With regard to tho
general public the "significance"
was rather startling to its authors,
in showing them what a beggarly
array of the solid worth of the com
munity can bo attracted around the
According to a report in tho Ad
vertiser the military and tho sharp
shooters it appears the latter don't
consider themselves military had a
cat-and-dog timo at tho butts on
Saturday. C'apt. Good who like
tho little girl who woro a little curl,
is either "very, very good" or else ho
is "horrid" played old Ned with
tho military's aggregate by missing
tho target ropeatedly, all for spito
because the sharpshootors would not
lot ono of their team bo ruled out.
When men armed to tho teeth begiu
thus to carry on liko school boys, it
is about timo for thoir friends to
petitiou tho P. G. to tako their gnus
away from them. ;,
Mrs. Ailau returned from Niihau
ou tho flteamor Iwalaiii on Sunday
morning with quite a uumbor of Ha
waiian curios. Among these was uu
excellent specimen of tnpu cloth.
Prof. Brlgham bought the Hjiooiuiou
to-day for tho Bishop Museum, tlio
priuo paid being $25,
Joan Jasaln IUvos.
Editoii Bulletin: ,
In a previous note I drew atten
tion to an error which had crept into
your obituary notice of tho lato Mrs.
Tolman, whoro it is stated that
Kives was a Catholic priest. I ruoro
ly pointed out that Rives was a sail
or or ox-sailor at the timo of Mrs.
Tolman's birth and had no connec
tion with tho Catholic Church, be
yond porhaps that ho had been
brought up in that faith. Tho sim
ple statement scorns to have raised
tho bilo of "Haioiaio," who treats
tho public in your Saturday's issuo
to a loug riguiarolo about ,Kivos
being "stroke with an outhusiastical
idea" otc. "Haioiaio" says Kives
was not a sailor. My authority for
say ins so is tho work already quot
ed, viz., "xVrago's Voyage of tho
Urauio," originally published in
Franco about 73 yoors ago. Arago,
judging by tho amount of informa
tion which ho givos about Kives,
know his countryman pretty intim
ately when ho visited Kailua and
Kawaihao; and the accuracy of nis
statements has never been contra
dicted so far as 1 am awaro. "Hai
oiaio" quotos Alexander's History
pp. 18i-5. Well, what does Alexander
say about Kives? Ho certainly does
not say that Rives wont to England
with Kamehameha 11. in tho
capacity of private secretary.
Kives smuggled himself on board
the vossol, and got a job as inter
preter, but according to Prof. Alex
ander was dismissed on arrival at
Loudon for gross misconduct. Since
"Haioiaio" has quoted Alexander's
History, I would rofer him to tho
foot note on pago 1G4, viz.: "It is
said that near tho end of his (Ka
mehameha l.'s) life, ho heaid of the
changes that woro taking place at
tho Society Islands and asked some
questions in regard to tho nature of
tho Christian religion, but found
uo one who could answer his in
quiries." Rives lived for several years
with Kamehameha I., but evidently
didn't do much toward spreading
tho Catholic faith at that time. See
also Kufus Anderson's Hawaiian Isl
ands, pago 07, or Jarves' History,
page 103. If "Haioiaio" is not satis
lied as to tho accuracy of my state
ments, 1 can give him a few more
authorities without going so far as
France for thorn. Qoehy.
matters at Circuit Court - Admiralty
Caso on Appeal.
In tho matter of the guardianship
of the Potoro minors. Judge Coo
per grants tho petition of Ageuiko
Lino, widow of Liuo Petero, that
Kapiioho bo appointed guardian of
tho porsou and property of two
minor children under $ 500 bond.
Before tho same Judge, argument
on demurrer was heard in Mauoel J.
Cabral vs. J . F. Fegoredo ot al. It
is a bill for injunction to require the
Concordia Society (Portuguese) to
reinstate the plaintiff as a member
of said society. Hartwoll for plaiu
tilf; Kinuoy for defendants. After
argument tho plaintiff amends his
complaint aud the demurrer is over
ruled with costs for defendants.
Tho case is now in position to be
heard oil' its merits.
Tho Supreme Court was hearing
argument on appeal from Judge
Cooper's decision in the admiralty
case of sugar saved from tho wrecked
schooner Liholiho. The appellants
are tho Alliance Insurance Co. and
the Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Owing to tho caso before the Sup
remo Court, the hearing at Circuit
Chambers of tho Borba bankruptcy
case did not come on this morning.
FOR FAVOR RECEIVED.
Russian Imperial Flag to Receive a
National Salute at Fivo O'clock.
At 5 o'clock this evening the flag
of the Russian Empire will be
hoisted at the Provisional Govern
ment's battery at Kakaako and hon
ored with a national salute of
This distinction to the flag of tho
Czar is to be accorded out of grati
tude by the Provisional Govern
ment for receiving tho official re
cognition of the Government of
Russia. Tho event will give color
to the report that has gone
abroad, purporting to be from the
inner circles of the P. G., to the
effect that rather than submit to a
restoration of Hawaiian self-government,
our military rulers would ten
der the country to the despotic sway
HE CAME FROM LEVUKA.
Did Not Relish Hospital Life and
Took to tho Street.
A South Sea Islander was found
sitting on the step3 of M. S. Grin
baum & Co.'s store on Queen struot
this morning, in a very sick condi
tion. Ho had evidently fallen down
from exhaustion. When asked where
ho came from, ho answered front
Lovuka. The man also stated that
ho was in tho Queen's Hospital for
some timo, and loft there a week or
two ago, because ho was not treated
well. Bystaudors advised him to go
back to tho hospital, as that would
bo tho best placo for him, when ho
stated that he would dio if he wont
back. Oilicor Shoahan reported tho
man's condition to Deputy-Marshal
Brown, who in turn hud him taken
to tho Hospital.
Is a tantalizing admonition to those
who at this season feel all tired out,
weak, without appetite and discour
aged. But tho way in which Hood's
Sursaparilla builds up the tired
frame m:d gives a good appetite, is
really wonderful, bo wo say, "Tnko
Hood's and it will braco you up."
Bookod to Leave,
Tho following passengers are
bookod to leave by tho 0, A. S. S,
Miowora for Vancouver:
Cabin Miss Carter, MIhh Cordlo Curler,
Mr and Mrs Tlio It WnlKur, olilld and
nurmi, Mid I'furdliur, W K Hrown, K 11
1'urlu, A F C'oulco, Mm Kcarlh, Mrs Hop.
pur mid Kobt Lime is, Htttfruijo Miss
(Jurllul:, A U Btullury, A buuzu mill I)
AWA AND QIN.
Death of an Old Native Causod by
An oldorly aativo uamod Kualau
ula alias Koliikanakaole died at Iwi
lei ou Saturday night, of "alcoholic
poisoning producing paralysis of tho
respiratory centers." Tho man, who
was over fifty years of ago, dined with
sixteen others in his own room, and
among tho refreshments woro a bowl
of awa aud a $1.50 bottlo of gin.
Tho awa, according to the wife, was
not of tho best qualify. Tho man
drank two cups of awa and ono of
gin aud went to bed. At 0 o'clock
Sunday morning ho was found dead
by his wife, lying in tho position he
nail takon on retiring. Tho couple
had boon married twenty years and
had no children. A coroner's inquest
was held yesterday, at which Dr.
Cooper gave tho causo of death- in
tho words quoted above, and so tho
jury found in thoir verdict.
In plain language tho man's breath
ing was stopped by awa and gin.
Old Biillotin Engino in Commission.
Tho work of drilling tho rock at
Brewer's wharf is progressing slowly,
only four holes so far having boon
drilled. In ordor to oxpodito, the
work a stoam engine is callod into
requisition and will bo at work to
morrow, tho engine in question bo
iug tho Baxter engine formerly bo
longing to tho Bulletin printing
establishment. This fact alono will
no doubt insure tho prompt aud
rapid exoculion of the oporatiou.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
For a gonoral family cathartic wo
confidently recommend Hood's Pills.
Mr. L. A. Audrows will go into
active service as senior captain of
tho Honolulu police on Wednesday.
Mrs. Louis Marks, wife of tho chief
engineer of tho steamer James Ma
kee, is' expected to be home ou the
S. S. Australia duo to arrive on
Tho Healani six-oared crow rowed
over tho Pearl City Peninsula course
yesterday morning. Owing to the
M3rrtle crew being spectators, they
did not pull against timo.
For a lame back or for a pain in
the side or chest, try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto tho
affected parts. This treatment will
cure any ordinary case in ono or two
days. Pain Balm also cures rheum
atism. 50 cent bottles for sale bj
all dealers. Benson; Smith & Co..
HETntn for th Hawaiian TnlanHn
Next door to the l'alace lee Cream Parlon-
M". Coi.i.Afo has received a large Invoice
oi jnow uoous per a. s. "uceaiiic.
Silk and Embroidered Silk Crape for
Very Handsome HandkercMefs,-
Embroidered, Drawn Work, Open
Work, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Plain and Bordered Silk Handkerchiefs
Embroidered Cushions, Parasols, Fans,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Muffler, Opera Hoods, Sashes, Scarfs,
Shawls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Rainbow Crape Goods!
A I.AIHIE AShOKTMUNT OF
Silk and Crape Neckties!
. . . sccRjEEnsrs . . .
With Pictures of Japanese Sconery,
Costumes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
- - COTTON
Next door to tho Palace Ico Oreum Parlors
la there anvthiui: now under the
You will ask yourtelf that question and
the answer is
GO TO M. GOLDBERG'S
AND I1AVK A LOOK AT HIS
New Patent Ventilated Undershirt
LIGHT! DURABLE 1 COOL I
A Summer Garment thut cannot he sur
passed. Doth In Lone; and Short Sleeves.
PRICE 50c. EACH.
bOLi: AOKNT Ton
DR. G. JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
Mutual Telephone Company.
ELECTION OP OFFIOEBS.
A TTHE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
ii. Storkholders of tho Mutual Tki.k
imio.nh Company, Jiulil nt the Company's
otllcu Sept. L'tlth, tho following Koutloiiion
worn duly elected tokorvoaHolllcors for tlio
Hon. 11. A. Wlilemaiiii President,
Hon. C. It. Hlsliup..Vleu-1'resldeut.
Secretary and TreiiHiirur.
Hun. W.J- Allan.. Auditor.
Messrs. II. A, U'liloiiiauii, O, II. Itlsliup,
('. U. llerKi-r, V. U. Irwin. H. 0. Allen,
K. A. Hi'liuefer and Cecil Itrown.
0. U. ISKItdKH,
Huiiuliilii, tjopt. '."J, IbUJ, HUM
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'fl
Saturday, Sept. 30, 1898.
There ire 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 nidge 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 Jiave 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 goods
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
vou in some stores, but while
they are pretty to the eye they
are death to the plants, lack of
porousness in their composition
kills their practicability in so
far as plants go. Ours are of
Terra Cotta and the sort that
plants thrive in.
"Hope deferred maketh the
heart sick." We have. 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 we 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 one 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 quite so up to the mark as
the "Pansy." It burns wood
or coal, a quick baker and 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.
vor the plantations we have
the most complete stock of
Packing in Honolulu. We
mentibn this because the mills
are starting up and packing is
one of the articles most
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreukels' Illoolc,
307 B'OKT STREET.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
September 26, 1893.
Tho Now Mall Itoute.
Tho Pacific Cable
Not Doubt, but Uounco.
What will likely Hnppon.
Injustice at Stamp Window.
Full Report of Casos on Trial.
.Report of Session P. O. Councils.
AROUND THE CAMP FIRE:
Rounlon of tho G. A. It. Veterans.
THE DA VIES OP&N LETTER
On tho Hawaiian Situation.
MINISTER TO HA WAIL
A. 8. Willis appointed.
Ellis Mills appointed Consul-Gencral.
Local News and Gossip.
Bhlpping Reports, Etc, Etc., Etc.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
Home $4. Foreign $5.
To Xiot or Irfsaeo.
rKl& NEW COTTAGE ON
J Punchbowl Street, near
tne Hospital, u rooms. Kent
flO.UU. Ji. AULUIl,
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magatino
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C etc. Commands
ono of tho finest views in Honolulu. Apply
IO (.4YI-U) J.fll. Y1VAO.
rpHE RESIDENCE AND
JL. Lot situated on Wil
der's Avenue, below Luna-
tho undersigned, is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Appiy to
H21-2m At W. S. Luce. Merchant 8t.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 619 Fort Btreet.
1 House on Germania- street $20 per
1 House on Emma Square $15 per
1 Store under the "Arlington."
1 Store on Nuuanu street.
2 Houses on Beretania street.
2 Houses on Fort street.
House and Lot on Beretania street near
Pensacola. Lot 200 feet frontage and
140 feet deep.
Several Desirable Residences at first
1 Residence on Germania street
G. E. BOARDMAN,
Kapiolanl Street and Wilder Avenue.
.That beautifully located Dwelling House
situated corner of Kapiolani Street and
Wilder Avenue. Terms easy.
Tho'se premises situated on Beretania
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 Street, oc
cupied as a dwelling. This Is a particular
ly cool location and also convenient to the
All of the abovo houses are in good re
pair and not ono over mile from the Post
Also a House and Lot on Germania
Street, next to Mr. Llllle's residence. This
place can be bad at a bargain.
Now is the time to buy. In six
months' time property will be considera
bly eiihaucedhi value.
G. E. BOARDMAN,
830-lw REAL ESTATE AGENT.
1 House and Lot on Llllha street.
2 Lot on Kuakinl street, between Nuuanu
avonuo and Llllha street.
3 House and Lot on tho Palama road.
2 House and Ixt on Llllha street.
A- For further particulars, apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Carlwrlght's Uloolc, Merchant street.
AT A MEETING OF THE 1)1 RECTORS
of the Hawaiian Suoar Co., held
Sept. lltli, a dividend of two and a half
('A pur cent, was declared on the capital
stock of the Company, payable at the olllce
of tlio Agents, Win. O, Irwin A Co. Ltd, ou
and after October 1, lHiiX
KW-W Treasurer H. B. Co.
KAWAIAHAO SEMINARY HAS E8
tablitilicd a Domkhtiu Dki'aiumknt
aud U prepared to take orders for jellies,
bread ami cakes, All orders for fruit cuko
furThuiiksglvint; and (Uirfutrnm should ho
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
Oornor Fort 5a
IN A FEW DAYS.
3. Li !E3C Jrt. Xj X C2 1HL ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, B. I.
Nestles' .'. Food
IS THE BEST.
We Guarantee Every Package
"WE SE2KHD OTJT -a
WHS HAVE RECEIVED A FRE8H CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
ISO ZDozen. !
- 1920 Feiolsieiges I
FOR SALE BY THE -
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
683 "F'o-Pt. StTat,.
New Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H, S. TREGLOAN h SON,
Honolulu, "EL. I.
: : : 25c. Each
: : .: 36c. Each
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