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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. L, JANUARY 13, 1B99.
Tropic Engine and Cylinder Oil, Tropic Dynamo Oil,
Pitch, Waste, Wheelbarrows, Lanterns, Handles all kinds ;
Shovels, Picks and Mattocks, Hoes, Water Pipe, Bar Iron,
Galvanized Siieet Iron, Road Scrapers, Pipe Fittings Galvan
i?cd and Black; Fodder Cutters, Turpentine, Benzine, Metalic
Paint, Wrapping Paper, Steel, Oakum, Sheathing Felt, Nails,
Spikes, Staples, Wire, and about everything else that should
come to a well regulated hardware store.
Fort and Kino: Sts.
TO THE INHABITANTS AND OTHER
HEKSONS LIABLE TO PAY
TAXES IN THE HAWAIIAN IS
LANDS: Hie Assessors of the Hawaiian Is
lands hereby give notice that their offices
will be o;nfrom the FIRST TO THE
THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF JANUARY,
Inclusive, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. in. (Sun'
days and holidays excepted), and on
SATURDAYS until 12 noon, and all per
sons liable to be taxed in said Hawaiian
Islands, cither in their own right or as
' ; "
Guardian, Administrator, Executor, Trus-
tee or nthe-w!. nre rninlrpil hv Intv tn
tee or othe-wlw, are required by law to
bnnp; In to the ssessors, within the time
above spccitieJ. true lists of all their polls
and estates, both real and personal.
Your attention Is oiled to the following
.regulations of the Hoard of Equalization
for the Assessment and Collection of
Taxes for the Hawaiian Islands:
No. 1 Value of land to be separate from
value of buildings and Improvements.
2 In making a return, state the
street and number of lots In town, or
lots In the country shall be described
by noting the name of the 111 or
Ahupuaa in which they are situated,
and the number of the Land Com
mission Award and Royal I'atent un
der which the land is held, and the 1
urea. Also, state if any proerty has
been sold during the year, to whom
and for what price.
l Returns of Personal Propertyare
to be as of your books of January 1,
4 Under Leasehold Interests a sched
ule must be given of all leases, their
term, rental and unexpired term.
5 Growing crops of all kinds, not
specified above, .ire taxable. Grow
ing rice is to be assessed May I.
6 All Schedules attached to thls're-
turn are a part thereof, and must be
filled out as follows:
Sclfedulc A Entitled "Growing Crop of
Cane," requires the following parti
culars: No. of Acres. Description,
Value per Acre, and Estlmated'YIeld
in Tons of Sugar of Crop Ones.
Schedule B-Entltled "Lands Leased,"
requires particulars as per rule No. 4.
Schedule C Entitled "Lands held in Fee
Simple," requires particulars as per
- rule No. 2. Also state Is the land In
Forest, Cine or Pasture
Schedule D Entitjed "Gittle List," re
quires number and value of working
and herd cattle, milch cows and bulls,
native or Imported.
Schedule E Entitled "Information Re
quired In Estimating Aggregate Value
of Business Enterprise for Profit, re
quired by Section OS, Session Laws,
iciyG," statement ot past year's busi
ness. Amount gross receipts. Total
actual running expenses. Amount net
profits. Number of tons of crop If a
sugar, cofiee or rice plantation. Sales
of corporation stock. Name of ven
dor, name of vendee, number of
shares, price, paid, number tons, esti
mated crop for tlie succeeding year.
Estimated aggregate value.of business
", ,. ,
7 Consignments of Property wher
ever from, In or out of bond, are to
!J b: taxed here.
No', g Personal ta.xes shall be paid by
( ee-y male Inhabitant of the Hawaii-
,' m Islands bitween the ages of twenty
and sixty years, unless exempt by
,v Assessor of Oahu.
Assessor of Maul.
& SON, Ltd,
NATHAN C. WILLFONG,
Assessor of Hawaii.
Assessor of Kauai.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, December 31, 1898.
The Minister of Finance approves of
me following list of persons to act as
Deputy Assessors and Collectors for the
Oahu Alexander D. Tlinmnnn
Honolulu Henry C. Ovenden
fcwa ana Waianae Frank K. Arbiter
Walaltia Edward Hore
11 cuwaru nore
Koolauloa William K, Rathbum
rCoiilniinoko Nn 1 H-.,r,. r a.i......
Koolaupoko No. 1 Henry C. Adams
ixooiaupoKo No. 2 James Davis
Lahalna, Molokal and Lanal
' G. H. Dunn
Walluki William T. Robinson
Alakawno y. O. Aiken
,,a"a A. Gross
Hllo and North Hllo Geo. H. Williams
Hamakua....; William Homer
South Kohala Wllmot Vredenhnrv
North Kohala Eben P. Low
North Kona J. Kaelemakulo
South Kona : H. John Aim
Kau William P. F-nn,.ll
Puna fienrv 1 1 ,.,.,
Walmea and Nllhau T. Brandt
K"loa Henry Blake
Lllul J. B. Hanalke
Kawalhau J. y. Nea
H-n;lll W. E. H. Deverlll
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, January 11, 1899.
Chinese and American
Combined Show e-'e
rORATEW NIGHTS ONLY. AT THE
New Chinese Theater
EWA SIDE AALA LANE.
SOL riCRLINER .. ,ManaCcr
Entraorilnary EnKagement of
American ZE30S-A. American
The California Magnet anj Honolulu Favorite I
INNATIVUSONOSI CHINESE SONGS I
AMERICAN SONGS I
BaJJo Pla Ini;, and Danclnc, Asslslei by
E d Cl i O A. v m ft n rl ?
The Great Cornelian, Impersonator an4 Dancer.
DONT rAlL TO SLE THEM I
PRICES TO' ALL PARTS OF THE HOUSE :
Reserved Seats In Private Hoes
January 17, 1890 !
Doors open at 6:jop, m.; performance to start at
7P m. and close at ii:jo.
Reserved Seats on sale at Hawaiian Chinese News
ofluc, King street. ,,,(
Pop -corn Crisps!
THE HAWAIIAN CRISPS COMPANY
HAS MOVED into the premises lately
occupied by Air. Joseph Tinker as a meat
market, on Nuuanu street, opposite Chap
A Full Supply oi
t Fresh Crisps
maue uany :
VK5J. lit Iblt tolumn mil InurltJ allftlnll
Vm d llmfittl tnurtioiti to unit icconj Inttf
licit; )0 emit t veik and fa ctntl a monlb. 7 Hi it Ibl
tbtepttl aJvtrliung tvir offtrtj Ibiftoflt of Honolulu.
UE WANT YOU TO HAVE a West Disinfecting
' Machine put In your closet or cesspool, nnj
save sickness. California Feed Co.,AKents. loocj-im
I OST SlraveJ or Stolenl A reJ roll milch COW,
I- br.inJeJ P K I'enon ImJInc same will be suit
ably rewarJeJ. J, M. VIVAS, mj
I OST-A COLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen--
teri betueen Walkahalulu IlrljRe anj Alaral St.
Return to this office. noH-am
DASS-nOOK LOST.-Pass Hook out. In favor
nfWlfl. Cmufnr.t ha hiill lnt lln!-. u.111
recelte suitable rewarJ by leivlnisame at the office
of the HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NLWS. noa-tf
A t trP 1mm ft. liaulnn lf. hl.t,..tl- II
l -" ..... out .aiin ,.C9. WllllirillllK ,!.!-
" chines In your houses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches anj ants. See California Feed Co.,
TO LET-nJNNISIILD HO'USE. centrally located,
I In Idt rte fikfllll lv mnnlhi K3 yt . I.... A I
Jre P. II, At., I O. Box 404 iif4-tf
n RENT the West DIS.NI ECTING AtACIIINES
an.t Ittmn fhsm In nt.ir 4,-r email Mnrnkl,.
.. ..-,r ...,.,.. ..i viuvia IVI H tMUAM IIIUIItlllT
rental. California FeeJ Co., Acents. to6o-im
PUKNISHED HOOMS for Centlcmen. near Thomas
Square, with electric lights. AJJress O. K.,
WAN1 CD Several SMALL HOYS. Apply at
Mnnnlllttl AlntTfr Qrvli0 rnrnt k'lne anl
AUkea streets. 1067-tf
1ANTED 500 Attn to cot ShaveJ for .5 cents, at
619W ort street, opposite the Club Stables.
j-" ii. JLri o, rroprieior
THE PUHLIC TO KNOW that the St. Louis Col-
I . 1 " warn II9UII, VJIIU
Insane As.um, and other public Institution, me our
rh1nrn.WaKlk.a...u u lit. . a . .
wiiiiw-,idLiut,it;uiu wiui K'ai success uaiiiorma
leeJCo., Acents. to6g-im
COM SALE-Ono SHIPMAN
PVr.tMB In n.rfl
v-v ..... (i k.t'XllTU .11 (VIICVI
Apply to H. G. Illait, Fort St. noj-lf
COH SALE-HOOK'S ON MODERN LACE.
A TWO-MANUALani PeJal Hass RECDOKOAN
Music Co., I ort street. 1067
cent meal In town. Try It anj be con-
Linj s cxceisior Kesiaurant. 1041.
COUND-Slcma Chi Colleee Fraternity PIN. Same
1 lin hit ll.-l.f IW i 1 1 In. at this .-.- I ...!..
cost of advertisement. 1080
Squash, 3c pep lb.
Cranberries, 15c "
P. J. VOELLER & CO.,
Fort and Hotel Sts.
Telephone 6So. 1 109
The business of P. J. Voeller will not be
reStlOtlslble for SIIIV i1ihl nmlrirt.l In. nn.
one In the name of the said P. J. Voeller,
without a written order from the under
signed. JAMES J. BYRNE.
M'rV and Att'y in Pact for P. J. Voeller.
Honolulu, January io, 1899. . 1114-1111
Having sold mv branch store at'Holu-
aloa, N. Kona, Hawaii, to T.'Shlbayama,
I Hereby give notice that saldiT. Shlba
yama assumes all former liabilities of said
store, and will collect all outstanding ac
counts. S. KIMURA.
January 1st, 1899. 1112-2W
I hereby give notice that I have this dav
bought from S. Klmura his branch store at
Holualoa, N. Kona, Hawaii. I will pay all
accounts owing by said store up to January
1899. and all accounts owlnc to said
store will be collected by me.
IM2-2W T. SHIHAYAMA.
Throo fino RrainHVflP. totq in .
of tlio oliolcoht roshlonco localltlos of
Honnlulii. Hln nt ft nan Itq A.t
Tlioso lotHiiro linprovod and nlcoly laid
uui wnii 1 run unu ornainoiunl troos.
l'or (urtlior Information apply to
GEAH, XANSINQ it CO.,
1002-tf 210 King Btroot.
The Portuguese Mutual
Of Hawaii, at its regular annual meeting
held at Honolulu January 8th, 1809, elected
as Its Officers for the current vrar. tli fnl.
lowing gentlemen :
Vicente O. Telxeira, President.
M. G. Sant Anna, Vice-President.
Joao P. Dlas, Secretary.
A. G. Sllva. Jr.. Treasurer.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Manuel Nunes. Joao Fernandes. Jose de
Marques, Jose de Frlas, and J. J. Barboza.
J. Machado, J. R. Monlz. Thomaz Car-
valho, Jr., J. P. Souza, and M. J. Colto.
J. P. DIAS, Secretary.
Honolulu, Jan. 12, 1899. m6-3t
For additional Shipping News see seventh pace.
Diamond Head Slpnal Station, Jnn
13, 1 p in Weather lmzv, wind lluiit
W. Mark oil' Kokolloodi
Wenthnr Itnrnnn. liuinlmti Ton 1d
Temperature Morning minimum,'
u. uiiuuuv innxmuim. mi.
Hnrnnifiinr. 0 n m flu no otnn.1t.
Ralnfnll, tlo, 0.00 In.
iiumuuiy nt u a m 03 percent.
Dow Point 02 V.
Krltlny, .Tun 13.
ntmr Kllolmim. TIkimhwhi from
V JI S S Illo do Janeiro, Ward, from
China anil Cnlna.
Thurstlny, Juu la.
Am schr Ksthcr lluline, Anderson,
for San l-'ranclseo.
Friday, Jan 13.
Ktllir Afnillm T.n.-. Hlninrurm f.r
Mniilautl Hawaii ports.
Himr iMikalinln, Tliompson, for
Muknwell. Wnlmea and Kukaha at 5
PXfSS Illo tin .Innolrn. Wnnl. fnr
Stmr Walaleale. Green. fnrKllnnna
at 3 p m.
Tbo Concord roturned from
Molokni vostordav with n full loud
of firn wood.
Tlie.Irmgnrd has taken on nbouf
25U tonB of Bugar. Sua will eail
for Hhu Francisco nbout n week
I'or Maui and Hnwuii ports, por
fltmr Mnuim Loa, Jun lJ Obang
Kim, Cnpt Bosh, Mrs J SFennell.
J F O'Nipl, 0 T Amn, Chock
Sing, Len You, Chin 8po, Aonn,
Mrs J E Merty, J M Knnoiikua,
Mm Mnhoe, A Edos nnd wife.
Theo ltichnrde, llov Hirnm Bing
linm Jr, Mrs Nicholson, Miss Her
rick, J F Brown, Mins Gertrude
Brown, Goo McDougull.
CONNECTIONS MADE CLEAR.
Continued from Pago 1.
tllO Ha Wall nil lmvfl. nrn In rnmnin
gonerally undisturbed by tbo nn
uexation of tlio islands until
"CongroBi sliall provido n govern
ment for such islands." or until n
commission slinll advise nnd Con
grcss enact "such lemslntion con
corning tbo Hnwniiau It-lnnds ns
thoy sball deem necessary or pro
Ibe nctinc Attorn'ov Gonnral
goes on to say: "Witb reforonce
to Ohineso immigration, however,
I fiud, as indicated in tbo said
nninion. n clear intention nn flit.
part of Congre6s to make that
Question nn excpntinn. nnd In n..
t)IV nt once tbe Ghinnsn nTnlnuinn
laws of tins country to tbo Hawai
lie concludes with a 6peciGc
opinion that tbo restrictions of the
Chinese exclusion laws of the
United States "are to bo beld np
plicablo to Chineso porsons apply
ing for admission to tbo Hawaiian
Islands, or to such persona resid
ing tb 10 and who rany wish to
tlcpatt with tbo intention of re
lurni y." This is prefaced witb
n8lnluinent that question ofdivorso
providinos affecting Obinoso rela
tive to tbo Hawaiian Islnnds, und
of enlarging, modifying or restric
ting in 1 elation thereto tbe privi
leges and prohibitions of the
Uuited States exclusion laws, must
bo committed to Congress."
There IB uolhinc in nil nt h
instructions directly ordering the
rejection ot Uninoso holding ro
turn permits roceived in good faith
from the Hawaiian Government
boforo tbo act of annexation was
consummated. It is made clear
enough, however, that all U. 8
entering tbo Hawaiian Islands
must do soetrictly under the pro
visions ot tbe United StateH lnws.
As thefco nrovisiona eovnr Hm
Chineso who had lived in Chineso
territory and ore reluming there
to, thoy apply equally to Chinese
similarly related to Hawaiian tor-
rnory. lueroioro tuose latter are
not regarded as residents "coming
borne" from abroad but as "im
miernuts." and within tlm nntprrnru
of "Chineso immicratiou" nrobi-
bited in tbe Nowlandn rpsnlntinn
with the exceptions provided in
the United Slnlos laws.
All of tho nationta in tlm nnof
hosbital at Indenendennn TnrL-
were removed yesterday. Sorao
wore taken to uaona Vista, others
to the convaloscont bodpital on
Punchbowl. Tbe Independence
Park institution i'r now ilnnlln
abandoned. Mninr AVnnrl lino fln.
oided to maintain tbo Punchbowl
hospital for convalescents.
0. BrOWfir .fe Co. nriun nnlinn
under Now To-Day that they in-
iena erecting a two story building
and will have offices for ront.
That's what you get when you buy HEY WOOD'S
SIIOBS. But your money's worth in shoes doesn't end with good
leather. Some dealers think It does j some dealers don't even give
that. To good leather we add good workmanship, correct style,
perfect fit, absolute comfort to the wearer.
We give polite, careful Mention to every customer. It takes a
little more time, but it makes good friends.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sigjt of tiik Bio Siiok,
W Port street.
ltlO 1)15 JAMSIHO IN POHT.
Urlnai ajO Japanei. anil in Clilnrao
Tor llili Port.
Tbo P. M. 8. 8. Rio de Janeiro,
Ward commander, arrived in nnrl
and hauled aloncsido the Ocennio
wharf at a littlo nftor 1 t. m. in.
day. She sailed from Hongkong
December 22 nnd from Ynknlmmn
January 3 and experienced fine
weather throughout the trip, Tbo
R. , . T t tin ' ,
111 lir IllfTRflS fri!lfllt. .IIP. nn..l.-nr,nu
11 it 1 7. rh
consigned to H. Hackfeld ,t Co.
i.m,U? "10 tL'rou,,5u Psongers
lptheltio aro nvo lieiitenants of
thn AriUV nnd nnvprnl nnlilinra
As soon nn thn Ttin tmnln,!
t...Mt.;. ..: "r"."uua. lu ,iB.Bont ,u " strict
iiiiiiioiuu wit) williri, 11 JU8I0in
Houso guard was placed at tbo
gangway and no ono was al.
lowed to go aboard, it
beiuc foarod' thnt nnmn nnrf nf
information might roach tho Chi
There are 370 JnnnnPBn nml M
Chineso aboard for this port. Tho
Japaneso were soul (0 quarantine.
iin investigation into tlio cases of
the Chineso is going on this after
CU.VTIIAI. UNIOX CIIUIIL'II.
Mrrllnir llelil In
Central Union Church had its
annual business moaling and bo
cial in tho church parlors last
evening. Tho business part came
first ond-thon a delightful social
time topic placo. Tho business
part of the meeting was confiued
to reports from tbo various de
partments of tho church.
W. W. Hall as church clerk rs
ported a net gain of 31 members
from January 1, 1898 to January
1, 1899. On tho former date
there were 543 mnmhnm nnrl nn
tho lattor, 574.
Tho Honolulu water department
gives notice that Sunday bfing the
15th the water rates will be col
lected on Mondav without mlrli-
tional ton percent.
The Bulletin classifies its .ids R n.
suit small advertisers get a square
1. rarmit llamaktu.. . , ..$7,500
a. 4 Lot$ at Maklkl j,50o
3- iii creriani near town 6,000
. !i acre ol ItnJ center o( ton 4l5oo
5. A ii-year lease 4 cottages. , , ,,,j0
6. A 4oroom LoJcInt; Mouse, is-ear lease. 3,000
7. Laree lot at Malklkl IO,ooo
8. 17J acrei coffee lanj, Kona "... 3.000
9. ji acres coffee land, Kona, H planteJ..., 6.000
10. Lot H acre near ton 500
11. Cornerlot centeroflown n .,
. An 8-jear lease jcottates 1,000
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G PoHtoiflcc Lune. - llnnnlnlu.
SAD ENDING OF H. WILCOX.
Continued fiom Page l.
Naturally tbe brothers fe.'l voiy 4
doeply what has OKcurred. Henry
wns tho younpest in the family
and wns always tho favorite with
bis hrotliore.Tliey bad been fearing
bisdeatb on account of tho diseases
r -m tit K t j-k K Kn . .. . 1 . .
" "tttuu in- will HUUOrillL' , UUC
tl... .IM ..i . -.. K""v
'" ' '" exiiaci II Iii COU10
abn.it in suih .1 man nor.
Juduo Wilo x look but nn hour
ont of Court time this morninc to
..n;r..:nn n. ..i 1 - b..
ru"'J,uK m rei.uives 01 tlio
Litn nti.1 n.nn ,..n,n.i 1 ,..
l,l. i i.. 1 .. ,. . . '.
Court to n'tetld in tlm liimitiuca n
tbe moruii g's eossiun. Had it not
beon for the insistence of Mnivhnl
Brown he would vory probably
have gone back to his duties agaiu
A FINE RESIDENCE, 8 rooms, new'
nnd modern l.irirp rrrntinilc In miMil etfL
150 feet frontage on Lunalllo street; :i
W. E. HIVENS,
'"3-'m 315 Fort St.
Lodgo Le Progroj do l'Oceanie, No. 124,
A. .t A. S. ltlTE.
Tliero will ho a spccliil mcetliis f
r-otlgo IJ ProgreH No. 121, A. nml A. 8.
Hlto, nt ltn hull, AIiihdiiIo Toinplo.
TU-MOUHOW (SATUJtDAY) VA'ks'
INa. January lltlt.itt 7:no o'clock.
WOllK IN 8KCONI) I)Kili:ii
Jloinhors of Ilnwnllan Loiljjo, l'aclllo
Lndco ami nil vlkltliiK broihrcii aro oor
illnlly Invited to lm ireicnt.
Hy ortlor of tlio It. V. M
11 17 ir. fl. CKAlllli:, Secretnrv.
Offices fop Rent.
The undersigned hereby notify those
that may wish to secure office room neiir
the City Front and shipping center of the
port, mat it Intends to erect a new tv
story building on the old site of Queen st
and that the whole of second floor will be
arranged In offices en suite or single, to
suit Intending tenants. The proximity of
this site to the mercantile and shlnDlni?
center of this port, makes It a most con- i
Applications for rooms mav be made at
once to C' Brewer & Comnaan. Oueen
Honolulu, January 13th, 1899,
11 17-4 w
Notice to Corporations.
In conformity with Section 202.1 of tlm
Civil Code, all Corporations are hereby
notified to make a full and accurate exhibit
of the btate of their affairs to the Interior
Department as of the first day of January,
1899, on or before the 31st day of January,
Blanks for this nurnose will be furnished
upon application to the Interior Office.
Upon failure of any Corporation to pre
sent the exhibit within the time reauired.
the Minister of the Interior will, either
himself or by one or more Commissioners
appointed by him, call for the production
of the books and papers of the Corporation
and examine Its officers touching Its affairs
i J. A. KING,
' U x Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, January 13, 1899.
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