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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 27, 1897.
Notice to Delinquent Tax Payers.
Tax Payers of the Island of Onlm are
hereby notified Hint, in accordance with
Sea ion Gl, Chapter 01 of tho Session Laws
of 1312, All Taxes remaining nnpaid on the
3lt 'l.ij of January will bo published to
go 'ier with a list of nil Delinquent Tax
Payor ns Boon after tho above dnto an
fits .It Assessor 1st Division,
5i?j Euei?ii Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1897.
Venezuela, lost in ono arbitra
tion, tit tho close of last year, and
doulitlesst desorved to loeo. M.
Fitliinnn, a Freuch morohant and
shipowner, alleged that President
Blanco had ruinod him, and his
claim of 53,000,000 fruues as in
demnity was submitted to the
president of the Swiss confedera
tion to arbitrate in 1891. Pro
fessor Virgile llosset, of the Uni
versity of Berne, whs directed by
the federal council to examine the
case and render a legal opinion
on it Tho award promulgated
by the federal council on tho 30th
of December simply recognizes
the fiu-t that justice was denied to
Fftbiani, aud fixes tho indemnity
to bo paid to htm by tho republic
of Venezuela at -1,310,050 francs.
It is statod that the deoision
Buivcs a great mauy points affect
ing the rights of nations, privato
ns d international rights and civil
righlt), and gives exhaustive ex
pluuatious thereon. The docu
ii)"iil, it is expected, will bo of the
holiest order of international
v-inp. Surely arbitration in this
Ciiou has proved inuro satisfactory
ti .ill concerned than would have
b -ii (be results had France been
put to tho necessity of sending a
w -ship to Venezuela for on
fo 'ing the rights of her injured
Ronio few days ago tho Bdxle
T M gave an inkling of concern
ffh ut the Coast about the quality
o' nrovibiouB iu tho market. At
a recent convention of delegates
from various Boards of Health of
th- bay counties at San Francibco,
".Lines Kerr of the Council of
A -ociated Industries," wo are
t' '-I, "impressed on the local
B-rd aud the representatives of
Sn ita Clara county particularly
tl o vital necessity of a strict
Btipt'i vision over tho canned food
iinltistry of the Stato. He pointod
oal how much depended on keep
Liu California goods pure and up
to ntaudard, and said that no
greater curse could como to a
new competitor in the markets of
tin; world thau to lose customers
b offering them spurious and
off l'r Btock. Years of hard
wo. k aud millions of dollars, ho
snid, oould not recover a market
b.t nudor such conditions."
At the convention of Boards of
H. alth at San Francisco, noticed
ii. another paragraph, "Dr.
Sp-Micer of San Jose and tho
mi'inberB of tho Alamoda deloga-ti'-n
described in an interesting
nji.ii nor tho method of examining
en "o for tuberculosis in thoir
ooiMitics. Dr. Spsncor stated,
n"' ng other things, that no milk
wit allowod to bo Bold in San
Jo-o uuloss it had boon taken
h m inspected horde. Ho also
sin wed how tho carcftsses of con
demned animals wero disposed of
niu! pointod out how hide, fat and
b"'.cs might be easily and profit
TliO'-e is a bill before tho Leg
iahi'uo of California to reform
the primaries. It is very olaborato,
and ill probably but increase
the complications of machine pa-
litics. Why cannot tho law leave
tho people freedom in thoir poli
tical mothods up to tho point of
oflioial nomination and polling
for tho choico of public servants ?
A sufliciont nomination foe and
numerical ondorsoment of caudi'
dates by oleotors, to provont tho
running of a mob of candidates
for ono office, ought to bo tho on
ly restriction upon tho placing of
candidates in the field. What
would appear to bo tho greatest
necessity for reform in elections,
particularly in largo cities, is in
the lino of segregating ballots and
polling booths for dilferout juris
dictions federal, state, city, coun
Thoro was a cood story told of
Captain Julius Falmor's disas
trous oxporionco in trying to show
a waiter at the Ilawuiian Ilotol
how to open a bottlo of stout
His immaculate evening apparel
was put out of court for that par
ticular occasion by tho efferves
cent brown beverage Captain
Falmor has again made a mess of
opening bottles, this timo with a
telepathic corkscrow reaching
from Boston to Honolulu. Tho
plyer of tho implement is not
alone to bo commisserated, how
over, for this community has beou
spattered with tho effusion of
black froth from tho vossols of
Justice is slow, suro enough,
and even if suro, bIow enough
Btill, in California. There is not
tho loast doubt that Durrant, the
accused murderer, had a full aud
fair trial by his peers. Yet it will
bo May next, or about two years
after the hideous murders wero
committed, before tho Supreme
Court can determino whothor the
trial was, technically, full and
fair. If ho is to hang after that,
most of tho deterrent effects of
his execution will havo boon worn
to a blunt edge.
Honolulu will seem Ions bel
ligerent under Colonel Fisher's
now arrangement of koenimr at
tho armory a supply of arms for
drilling with, which will obviate
the necosBityofgunB being carried
about tho streets at night by
volunteers. Tho appearances of
tho old practise wore not fully
pleasant, especially to tho view of
Thoro is small chanco of either
the Spalding or the Sorymser
cable bill's passage at this session
of Congress. All that can bo
hoped for and tho hopo is a
faint ono is that Congress will
offer an opon subsidy to the first
company that deposits a sufliciont
mouoy guaranteo of prompt busi
ness. Good idea that of reforming
tho calendar into thirteen mouths
beginning in 1900. The thir
teenth month might bo called
what you like, only not too lato
for evading taxes on sugar.
That marine shrub drawn from
a great depth by Japanoso fishor
mon at Lahaina ought to bo so
curod for tho Bishop museum.
On his recent visit to Maui, C.
B. Beynolds, oxocutivo officer of
the Board of Health, not only at
tended to the neoded repairs of
tho hospital at Wailuku, but per
fected as far ns possible arrange
ments for the recording of births,
marriages and deaths at Wailuku
and Knhului. He also looked in
to tho various license mattors
under purview of tho Board of
Mr. Boynolda was strongly im
pressed with tho sanitary condi
tion of Kabului. Ho says ono
can find tho way thoro from Wai
luku by tho smoll. Deputy
Sheriff Scott has boon advised to
measures for abatement of tho
Lady Horron loft on tho W. G.
Hall last ovoning for a visit to
Henry Irvine Injured- Mtmllirnit
Tho Bev. Ciinou Stono, of
Wigan, will shortly bo ordained
Anglican Bishop of New Quinca.
Tho Marnuia di Bndini. tiinftn.
linn Premier, has issued a nro-
clamation dissolving the Socialist
club in tuo itoman provmco.
King Prompoh of Ashauti, who
caused tho British a great deal of
troublo some timo ago, haB been
removed to Sierra Leone, on tho
west coast of Africa.
Thero nro now 1,250,000 per
sons ougagod on the relief works
in India started to afford roliof to
the destituto families in tho
drought stricken districts.
Sir Saul Samuol, Agent-General
in London for Now South
Wales, has received no tondors
for the manufacture of 150,000
tons of steel rails required by the
New South Wales Government.
Mr. llidenl, an Euglish analyst,
reports having mado a careful
analysis of Quoonslaud beef. He
finds that the beef is equal to
American and Euglish meat for
making soups, beof tea, and in tho
point of digestibility.
Baroness Hirsch, widow of the
late Baron Hirsch, the Austrian
millionaire, has presented a sura
of 2,000,000 francs to the directors
of the Pasteur Institute in Paris.
Tho Baroness has also given u
sum of X80.000 to found a phthisis
hospital for children in England.
Sir Henry Irving, tho well
known actor, mot with an accidont
of a puiufulnaturo a fow days ago,
in which ho sustained an injury
to his knee. It is expected that it
will be some weeks before the in
jury is cured, uud for tho prjsout
he is unable to appear in his part
at the theatre.
A drilling vessel engaged in
deeponing work at tho Dovonport
dockyards had placed a chargo of
dynamite, and a galo arising blow
her over it. The dynamite ex
ploded, und tho vessel wbb cap
sized. Fifty mon on board man
aged to get Bafoly ashore with
difficulty, but two were drowned.
An outbreak of Asiatic cholera
has takon place on board the In
dian transport steamer Nubia
bound from Malta to Plymouth.
Three deaths from tho disease oc
curred amongst thoso on board
during the voyage, and three
deaths after arrival. Suspected
cases have boon isolated, and only
a tew persons permitted to land
from tho vessel.
Tho United Statos Government
has issued an order prohibiting
Ambassadors and Ministers to
foreign countries from making
political speeches abroad. This
decision is generally regardod as
an indirect rebuko to Mr. Thomas
F. Bayard, United States Ambas
sador to England, whose utter
ances in public on political ques
tions recoutly cieatod a good deal
Tho trial has coucludod, at Ma
raBh, of Colonel Mozhar Bey, who
was Turkish Coinmaudor at Ma
rash when Father Salvatoro, a
Bomau Catholic priost, was killed
there, during an authorised maB
sacre of Christians. Mazhar was
acquitted of tho chargo of causing
tho death of Father Salvatore,
but tho Sultan of Turkoy has
ordered that he bo again placed
on trial for tho crime. The foreign
ambassadors insist that the boo
oud trial shall take placo at Con
stantinople. Singore load tho world. Over
13,000,000 mado and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excollonco of
fionstructiou, regularity of motion,
ease of motion, groat spood, ad
justability, durability, eaBO of
leurning and convenience of ar
rangement. B. Borgorsen, agent,
1GJ Bethel streets.
Tho Annual Meeting of the Paclflo
Club will be held ut their Club liooras
at 7:30 o'clock ou Monday Evening,
February 1, 1807. Special business;
Amendment ot Uy-Laws. All mem
ber not able to attend will please
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
A Qulot, IToroeliko I'Jace, whore Trained
Nursos, Massage, "Swedish Movement."
Hatha. Eleotrioity and Physical Traininn
may bo obtained.
mi r. 8. KELLOGG, M. D
Telephone 030. Superintendent.
We have an immense con-
' siVntnent of new poods on the
I wnv whir.li will make finite a
sensation when we expose them
i tor sale. In the meantime, we
desire to call your attention to
a few little articles which are
indispensable in all well-regulated
The Gem Ice Shaver is
just what you want. After
you have used it once you
will realize how much ice you
might have saved in the days
gone by, not including the
wear and tear of your temper.
The Gem Ice Shaver is handy,
cheap, economical and labor
saving. Get one.
Fish Scalers. Alany
housekeepers object to pre
paring fish for the table, be
cause of the bother of scaling
them. We have a handy little
instrument for the purpose
which does the work quickly
without scattering the scales
all over the house. They are
cheap. Get one.
French Slicers These
are light carvers, sharp and
flexible as Chinese razors, just
the thing for choice undercuts
and tenderloin steaks. We
have them in several styles.
Carvers We have them
in sets, all styles, ivory, bone,
wood and metal handles at
prices ranging from $4 to $5.
Bread Knives All kinds
in ivory, wood or metal handles,
including the celebrated Clauss
Silver Plated Spoons and
forks in great variety.
Most of the above you can
put in one of our metal fork
and spoon baskets, which
must be seen to be appreciated.
They are cheap, durable and
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
has touched the heart
ami pocket of every
And how he kirks
When cklrt buying
Hani to flt.
Hard to please.
We're looking and
waiting for hira.
The lightness of the
pocket touch will
touch his heart
9 Hotel Street
Building v Lot
Situated on the South corner of
Beretaula and River streets, 100 feet
Oil Pflnll fttrflflt! It. will hn mm nl Mm
best locations for business within a
WILL BE SOLD CHEAP.
G0t For further particulars,
piy io v. u,
W. O. AOHI & CO.
With Board, for two gentlemen.
Apply at Bulletin Ofllco. 510 lw
Bullelin 76 cents
J flLJr stock of
I Sj)J4T e 5 BNTS I -
The Maoufiicturm' Shoe Co,, gwsivelv
All Shades and Colors ! Extra Quality !
Heduced foi? TlxLs "Week Only to
10 Yards for $1.00)
In the YEAR
Aro tho kind of goods wo
handle. "Whilst tho holidays
have mado groat gaps in somo
linos, most of our lines will
still bo found very com
plete, notably thut of Watches.
It takes a good many sales to
make an impression iu our
stock, wo carry so many.
Watches for $3
For mon and boys, and
Watches for m
For thoso with a longor
purso and an inclination for
something out of tho ordinary.
"Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watch customers,
no mattor how littlo or how
much you havo to Bpond for tho
purpose. Wo havo tho goods,
and our many years of oxpori
onco will bo gladly givon to aid
you in selecting ono which will
bo best for you.
Honolnln. ' '
You can save money for the
NEXT 13 DAYS
by making your purchases in
tho Stationery ar.d Book Line,
Guitars, Banjos, Musical
Goods, etc., of J. M. WEBB
K At this Sale all Paper
Novels will go at half-price
whero two or moro are wanted.
Make money by saving it in
316 Xfcxpt Street.
The ItoBldonce of E. K. Hendry, corner
Klnau and Ponsacola stroota. House con
tains Eight Rooms and has all the modern
conveniences. Largo grounds. Tol. 301.
Corner of Lunnliio and Ponaacola streets.
Five Lots. 76 feet by 125 feet eaoh. Tho
moat desirablo residouce property for sata
on tho plains. For terms apply to
MHS. E It. 'ilUNDRY,
495- Telephone 301.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Preserving Paint Company.
NOTARY PUBLIC aud TYPEWRITER
OmcKt 208 Morchant street, Campbell
Blook rear of J. O. Cartel office. V, O.
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