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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER jLl, 1895.
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Notice to Tax Payers.
Tax Payers of this District are hereby
notified that nil Taxes are now duo and
payable at the oflloo of the Tax Assessor
and Collector, at tlio aovcrnniont Building,
The office will bo open from 0 a. m.
until 4 p. m. daily (Sundays excepted), to
rccche payment of such Taxes.
"All Taxes which shall remain unpaid
after the lfitli day of December, (10) ton per
cent shall be added to such Taxes by the
A?CHor, and shall bo collected as part of
WILLIAM II. WMOHT,
Deputy A8tsor, District Ivonn, Island
Assessor 1st Division.
DUPVIITMENT OP VlWNCE, I
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Under Article 83, Section 1 of the Const 1-9
tutlon, It Is rviiulred that iri li tnetnlier of tli
Cabinet hall make an annual ripnrt of t lie
:niiir.ietl.ma nlllilii Ills Department, during
the jear cudlii!; December 31st.
The Mlnlter of Finance takes tills occasion
to renin ft all tlio-c h.iUng claim against the
(loveniraciit of u monetae ii.it lit e, to preterit
tlicm to till otllce, through the proper De
partment, not later than I- o'clock noon on
TUKSDAV, January I4th. lSWI, after which
date the books ol this Department will be
All persons having moneys on account of
the (ioemnient aro itquested to make
their returns promptly, in older that thete
may lie no delay in closing the accounts
for the year ending December .'tUt, lSO.'i.
8. M. DAMON,
17."..I2t Minister of 1 iuauiv.
5!?? Eve)T Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY DEO. 11, 1895.
Hritish capital is at present
coining in to tlio groat northwest
very freely anil is actually beg
ging for investment propositions.
City properties such as wntor,
electric tramwuy and liglit fran
chises and other solid enterprises
of a similar character seem to bo
preferred, although English syn
dicate1; nre also purchasing timbor
The hoaviest transaction which
nver took placo in .British Colum
bia in a sinlo d.iy was consum
mated through London brokors
on November 22d, an English
syndicate purchasing for an onor
mouB price the Vancouvor Eloc
tric Tramway Company, the Van
couver Electric Light Company,
the Now Westminster nnd Van
couver Inter-urban Electric Tram
way .uid Light Company, running
a diatanco of twelve miles, nnd tho
New Westminster City Electric
Tramway Comp.uiy. A halt mil
lion pmmds will be spent in uti
lizing tho wat-r-power of tho Sey
mour Rivor to ran tho entire
An English syndicnto has also
bought tho Victoria (B. C.)
Tramway. Two English com
panies ono with 500,000 nnd
tho other with 1,000,000 -havo
organized in London to develop
Uritish Columbia mines nnd a
is on foot whereby an English
syndicate is to buy up all the cau
nories on the Frazor Ilivor not a1
restdy owned by English capital.
London has decided to convort
into pails and play grounds for
childron its 173 disused gravo
yards. It is estimated from tho rotuniB
of tho eleventh census of tho
United States that 95 per cont. of
tho wnge-onrners of that country
own loss than $10,000 each.
New York is tlio wealthiest of
tho States. Tho value ol its real
and personal property reaches the
inormous uggregato of !?2,051,
According to tho Sin Francisco
Call it is now assorted by Eastern
exports that potussiutnorthodiu-
itrocresolato is dostructivo to
plant parasites, nnd certainly it
is easy to boliovo any insect that
gots it in his mouth will dio of
With roforoncc to a supposition
given publicity in yesterday's
Bulletin, to tho eil'oct that Mo
Evoy instigated tho arrest of Uu
dorwood nnd others, it is propor
to sny that Ministor Cooper told a
representative of tho Bulletin
too late for that paper that Mc
Evoy had nothing to do with tho
action takon by tho Govornmcnt
upon this alloged fresh conspiracy
against the llopublic.
A late exchiuigo noticos tho
findingof a gigantic specimen of tho
Arctic rhinoceros which bus lately
boon discovoied frozjn up in an
iceborg which stranded at the
Lena Delta. This specimen was
Hovcn feet taller than the lnrgost
vurioty of tho rhinoceros of today,
nnd was armed with two nose
horns, tlio shortest of which was
three foet nnd two iuches in
length. Tho uniranl doubtless bo
louged to an antediluvian species
of rhinoceri. and his immense
size gives f-otrio idea of the enor
mous and trriihlo bests which
inhabited thispljiiot in 'Iih "days
when the "artli was yotirg." The
creaturo's body was ot.tiroly cov
ered with vory long thick hair,
which proves that tho Arctic re
gions were his natural habitat.
The editor of tho Hawaiian lriB
snid, in speaking of criticisms on
his magazine, that the editor of
ono of the most prominent nows
pnpers in Honolulu hud told him
he could go only kj far and then
thb bell was rung. The Advf r
tiser lias declared that thoro is
not a single bell in its sanctum
nud implied that if thore is ono no
person would dure ring it but the
editor. Tho Bulletin has no
hositancy in saying that bells do
not form any Dart of tho oflice
furniture in its sanctum or busi
ness department. Without wish
ing to east retloctions upon tho
editors of auy of tho Honolulu
papers and with u desiro to hour
tho opinions of tho men who havo
failod to express thorosolvos on
theaubjoct wo cbnrge, and without
fear of contradiction, that the
boll is in tho jofliuo of tho Inde
pendent or The Time.
A II OUT I, Alt It Y DKi:.
Ills Family and Friends are Not Wor
rying About Hint.
Mrs. L. H. Deo desires the Bul
letin to contradict the statements
made in this morning's Adverti
ser concerning her husband, ns
tho same aro utterly dovoid of
Sinco leaving here Mr. Deo has
written by every mail until tho
last Australia, nnd being now at
tho Sound his letters would not
como by way of S m Francisco. Mr.
Deo reached San Francisco aftor
a long voyage but had no trouble
in lauding his state carriago or
getting it through the Guotom
Houso. Neithor his family nor
friends are anxious about his
safety or fear that any accidont
has befallen him, nud they ox
poct him back just ns soon ns ho
completes the business for which
Tin: ;uak i:-i)i- or' a tnitcus. ;cis
(Continued from Jsl paie.)
Wirth's circus, embracing
twenty-threo people, has n num
ber of colcbritios in its make-up.
Mr. Wirth is a veteran oircus
man; titlilelo, rider and tumbler.
Me is, like most of tho company,
un Australian by birth, of Gor
mnn and English parentage For
many years ho has followod oir
cus lifo as actor, manager nnd
J. J. Cnmoron, the mnnagor,
has boon with oircuB companies
for twonty-sevon years, starting
in nt llftoeii years of ngo as nn
acrobat. A sorious injury com
pelled him to quit that branch of
the business and sinco his twenty
first yonr ho has oitbor owned or
managed other shows.
Too duties of manngur aro ex
tremely arduous. All tlio details
of superintendence devolvo on
him, nnd after making n now
stand, tho advertising, buying of
supplies direction of tho piopnrn
tions for g vii.g a porfoiiiiunco,
the propoi ti. s and tlio entire
financial iirrangoineutH ho must
look after personally.
I'. II. Moiitgonuiy ha-a i coord
of twonty-six yoarof active cir
cus lifo n trainer, rider and all
round athloto. At fourteen he
ran away from his homo in Aus
tralia nnd joined a onipuny
traveling throughout tho colonies.
His lirst employer was mined
Ash ton, with whom I.e. stayed
sovon years. After leaving Ashton
ho joined a troupo uudnr Clii irini.
uorldfimcd as a" rider. Fivo
more yearn with Chinnui and thou
during tho balunco of his lifo he
wits with many companies in
China, Japan, tho East Indies nud
tho South Pacific Islands. His
has beon an eventful caroor, rife
with interesting anecdotes.
A. St. Leon is the sou of M.
St. Leon, an old time showman,
and bns been a performer in gen
eral lines sinco ho was four. Uu
til the present tour, ho was nevor
outside Australia, excepting the
Tnsnianian nnd Now Zealand cir
cuit, lie joined Armstrong's ag
gregation some years ago and
with tho same married bin present,
wife. Ho is well known through
out tho Colonies ns an oxcolleiit
Labi Sing, whoso excollont rid
ing has gratified thousands in
Honolulu during tho past week,
is n native of Calcutta, whero his
brother ownod n circus. At the
ngo of twelve ho wont into train
ing nnd throughout tho wholo of
southern India, Java, Coylon,
China, Japan, Australasia nnd
Polynesia ho has porforuied. His
principal trainors woro old W. O.
Barlow and John Lee, two men
who wero famous in the western
and eastern continents. Lee died
somo two years ago and Barlow
Spaco dnop not ndmit of prosent
montion of the other motnbors of
tho company, but suflico it to say
that onoh nnd every ono deserve
it. The lifo of circus peoplo is
exciting, generally houlthful und
by no moans tho degrading ono
that it is supposed by some to be.
Who over saw more ladylike or
gentlemanly appeuring people
than are now nmong us with
Wirth's circus ?
PEIl S. S. "AUSTRALIA.";
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST.
Cooked Rolled Oats
Tho oiiginal brand.
Dlluiient from ami letter tlimi auy other liriiiul,
fjtf I'lirxulo ly nil I.ttllii; (irueuru.
FRANK B. PETERSON & CO.,
B. F. AGENTS.
"THE FREE AD" AND THE
SUPERIORITY OF THE
In our last advertisement in
this column we called atten
tion of the public to the
Stearns wheels which are now
being sold in this city. We
stated without fear of contra
diction that they were back
numbers, manufactured in 1894
and shipped to the Pacific
Coast as up to date wheels
when they are not. We rei
terate that assertion more for
cibly in this ad. It has not
been denied and cannot be,
and we again caution buyers
not to be deceived with anti
quated machines which are
represented as containing all
the latest improvements.
An ad of the Stearns agency
in an afternoon paper, praising
the Tribune wheel and giving
it a good send-off, refers to a
letter written by H. F. Terrill,
the well-known scorcher, con
cerning the Tribune wheel.
In spite of their assertion to
the contrary, we deny that the
agents of the Stearns wheel
have seen or read the private
letter of Harry F. Terrill to the
Tribune rider here (meaning
Tommy King) but as there is
nothing secret about it we
print the whole of it relating
to bicycles below. If the
Stearns agents can get any
satisfaction out of it they are
more than welcome. Mr. Ter
rill says: "I am riding a
Stearn, 16 lbs. Say, Tom, the
Tribune wheel has an awful
good reputation through the
East. I did not think much
of it before I came East.
It is considered one of the best
wheels in the world."
The balance of the letter
refers to private matters but
the Stearns agents may peruse
the whole of it at any time.
The explanation of Ten-ill's
riding a Stearns wheel lies in
the fact that he is under con
tract with the manufacturers
to do so, consequently he can
not ride a Tribune although it
is evident he would if he had
In our last advertisement we
asked any intending pur
chaser to take one of the
Stearns wheels to any first-class
mechanic and have liim take it
apart and compare it with the
corresponding features of the
Tribune wheel. We knew that
an honest opinion would be
that the Tribune is by far the
better, wheel and hence made
the challenge. We renew that
challenge and intend to keep it
before the public. It has not
been accepted and it will not
We expect those Tribune
Tandems on the Australia and
if they arrive they will probab
ly be seen in the New Year's
Don't purchase a bicycle of
any kind without first examin
ing the Tribune.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
A $110 BICYCLE
Either n roadster or a racor, lady's
or goiitleinan'H, Hiiit yourself.
With every ONE DOL
LOlt purehnBO, we givo n
coupon which entitles you
fo a clinnco on the
fifty dollars purclmso you
get fifty coupons. " ith
ono coupon you may got
tho wheol, but of courso
tho nioro coupons you
havo tho nioro chances
Jf Tin- decision nnd nliu'lulll IicuItcii
nt (inr ctorc TLT.SDW t'M'iiln, Diouinlur
illt, nl S f. M.
FRANK J. KRUOER
For the Holidays
Itupalra or all kinds. Kort mid Merchant
fflie gxamttter. ns
WALL, MpOL$ a
Republic Building, King Street.
Delivered by Carriers,
S1.00 per month.
id I YTj1 i-aui ?ihT'iVJ.r"ir'Al'f-rlL
WIRTH'S AUSTRALIAN CIRCUS
2 Performances Today 2
Afternoon at 3, Evening at 8.
DOORS OPEN ONE HOUR EARLIER. ADMISSION AS US UAL-
Any ladle or gentlemen trlsliing to loin in
cordially Invited to do so. Tlio accepting
and Salter today,
FROM GREAT JAPAN
ELEGANT ORIENTAL ATTRACTIONS.
SILK -:- BED -:- SPREADS.
Lovely Lingerie in Lacquer I
Pictures on Velvet, Baskets, Cushions, Hugx,
and splashcra in wood uliaviugn
Things You Never Saw Before !
Cropo hhlrt waintn 7") cents; matting ut M jior
cont of tlio original prlco, at
COTTAGE OP r, IlOOMS l'AKTLY FUH
niBijcil, Hiiltntile for n ilnctor'n ofllec, or
light house keeping. Iuquiro of
10S-tf 27 AUkca St.
IN "ED. WKSTMATKU" BEItUN UP
A riuht I'lano in excellent condition will be
old chenp. Address, X,
l.'18-tf Uplutin Oflice.
STOKE TO LET, KtNQ ST11EET NEAR
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. "WILLIAMS.
Stable Room To Let.
CINE STAHLE ROOM TO LET-FROM
T 1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
CINE LACK IIOllSK, miFECTLY
T Hound. Apply to
El). A. WILLIAMS.
Xlma cottage, at waikiki, is to
l.ut, furnished, together with a beach lot.
inn HEAD OF BEEF CATTLE
nnlo in lots to suit.
S. NOltRIS, '
Kalmku, Kan, Hawaii.
COTTAGE TO LET.
M NEWLY TAINTED, COTTAOECON
talns pnrlor, t bed rooms, dlnlnjf
rocin, kitchen, p.mtry ami bathroom.
Eii'ittlrcL. AI)I.i:i:, l: Nnuanu street.
A LADY'S BRACELET. OWNER CAN
linvo Baino by culling nt tliollULLtrriNofflco,
fiOtl KiiiR street, and paying for this nlver
ALL I'EltSONS INDEBTED TO THE
llrm of tho late J. T. Waterhousc, fr ac
counts ow Infe prevloas to March 1, 18'J5, aro
notified to settle eainu before January 1, lbSO,
at the olllco of J. T. Waterhotise, (Jiiecii St.
ON LILIIU STREET, NEW COTTAGE
containing four largo roouis, kitohen and
bath room, largo garden with stable and
coach house, possession at once. Apply to
W. H. TAIN, oit
lCT-H O. D. CHASE.
Satsuma aud Kutaui wnro. Silk Kimouas.
Embroidered HaudkorchicfH, Doilies,
Cushions and Cosys.
All Hand Fainted.
J. J. Cameron.
Of Rare Excellence
tho eliae, aud providing their own linreo. aro
mar practice at tbu tent uetwteu the hours of"