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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JANUARY 20, 1890.
Tor additional Shipping News set seventh pace.
34, 31, 25, 3 !
This is not a figure ptwle , it only means that we re
ceived per "Australia'1 this trip 34 RAMBLERS, 3' COL
UMBIAS, anil are promised 25 more COLUMBIAS chain and
J COLUMBIAS chainless by next "Australia."
Columbia Model 49, the lightest running, lightest weight
and strongest wheel on earth we are selling for S50. The other
Columbia chain models will be sold at S60, and the chainless
at S85. Ramblers, all models, $50.
You know what Columbi.is and Ramblers are they are
all right so treat yourself to a new mount to spin through the
year '99 with.
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
Cor. Fort and Kino: Sts.
Columbia mid I'.iinbler Agonts.
ASSESSOR'S NOTICE. '
TO THE INHABITANTS AND OTHER
HERSONS LIABLE TO PAY
TAXES IN THE HAWAIIAN IS
LANDS: The Assessors of the Hnw.iil.tn Is
lands hereby Rive notice th.it their offices
will be open from the FIRST TO THE
THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF JANUARY,
inclusive, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. (Sun
days and holiday excepted), and on
SATURDAYS until 12 noon, and all per
sons liable to be taxed in said Hawaiian
Islands, either in their own right or as
Guardian, Administrator, Executor, Trus-,
tee or otherwise, are required by law to '
bring in to the Assessors, within the time
above specified, true lists of all their polls
and estates, botli real and personal.
Your attention is called to the following
regulations of the Bojrd 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.
No. 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 bind Com
mission Award and Royal Patent un
der which the land is held, and the
area. Also, state if any properly has
been sold during the year, to whom
and for what price.
No. 3 Returns of Personal Propertyiare
to be as of your books of January 1,
No. 4 Under Leasehold Interests a sched
ule must be given of all leases, their
term, rental and unexpired term.
No. 5 Growing crops of all kinds, not
specified above, are taxable. Grow
ing rice is to be assessed May 1.
No. 6 All Schedules attached to tlilse
turn are a part thereof, and must be
filled out as follows:
Schedule A Entitled "Growing Crop of
Cane," requires the following parti
culars: No. of Acres. Description,
Value per Acre, and Estimated-Yield
in Tons of Sugar of Crop Canes.
Schedule B Entitled "binds Leased,"
requires particulars as per rule-No. 4.
Schedule C Entitled "binds held ImFee
Simple," requires particulars as per
rule No. 2. Also state Is the land In
Forest, Cine or Pasture.
Schedule D-Entilled "Cattle 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 68, Session Laws,
1896," statement of past year's busi
ness. Amount gross receipts. Total
actual running expenses. Amount net
profits. Number of tons of crop If a
sugar, coffee nr rice plantation. Sales
of corporation stock. Name of ven
dor, name of vendee, number of
shares, price paid, number tons, esti
mated crop for the succeeding year.
Estimated aggregate value of business
No. 7 Consignments of Property wher
ever from, in or out of bond, are to
b: taxed here.
No. tl Personal taxes shall be paid by
every male inhabitant of the Hawaii
an Islands between theagesof twenty
and sixty years, 'unless exempt by
Assessor of Oahu.
C. H. DICKEY,
Assessor of Maul.
jj&fetfr.vir, 'toA'aVl,--. ..
NATHAN C. WILLFONG,
Assessor of Hawaii.
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor of Kauai.
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, December 31, 1898.
The Minister of Finance approves of
the following list of persons to act as
Deputy Assessors and Collectors for the
Oahu Alexander D. Thompson
Honolulu Henry C. Ovenden
Ewaand Walanae Frank K. Archer
Waialua Edward Hore
Koolauloa William K. Rathburn
Koolaupoko No. 1 Henry C. Adams
Koolaupoko No. 2 James Davis
Lihalna, Molokal and Lanal
G. H. Dunn
Wailuku William T. Robinson
Alakawao W. O. Aiken
Hana A. Gross
Hilo and North Hilo Geo. H. Williams
Hamakua William Homer
South Kohala Wllmot Vredenburg
North Kohala Eben P. Low
North Kona J. Kaelemakulo
South Ktfua H. John Ahu
Kau William P. Fennell
Puna Henry J. Lyman
Wahnea and Nllhau T. Brandt
Koloa Henry Blake
Lihue J. B. Hanalke
Kawaihau J. y. Neal
Hanalei W. E. H.-Deverill
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, January 11, 1899.
And call It something, we're quite
sure there's no false label on It ; quite sure,
Indeed, that it is just what we call it, or
we wouldn't expect to hold our position in
the trade very long.
We haven't labored steadily well on
toward the quarter century mark to reach
the top In our line of business just to fool
away that good name we prize so much
on a game of chance like misrepresenting
an article ot tood.
Lewis & Go.
211 FOBT STREET.
- Telephone 340
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers In - -
Fancy - -
P. O. Box 207.
J. A. MORGAN
Has Removed to
JOHN A. NUNES', 127 QUEEN Strcot,
Near Richard street.
ofcbt, L m
ftf" .,'i, J.-Si-Lf, I'Vu 'MJ-,
VV3S A-' '' column nil! inutttd tin null
ej2i attatflrtt tmutttvn; to ctnli ucnnJimur
Zioa; jo ttmli mek tnd o unit moult. 7 Mi ll lit
cbltflll tJvtiliiinf tvtr offlttil Ihlttofll of Honolulu.
UE WANT YOU TO HAVE West Disinfecting
yY Machine rut In your closet or cesspool. and
save sickness. California 1'ecd Co.,Agents. tcoij-im
HOUND Pouch containing lllcvclr outfit Owner
1 can have same by calling at the Evening Ilullctln
umce ana paying expenses. lit
pURNISIILI) ROOMS for Gentlemen, near Thomas
i Sauare: with electric lltrhts. AJJri n. K..
U AN! ED Several SMALL DOYsT Applyat
vv Honolulu Messenger Service, corner King and
Alakea streets. 1067-tf
WANTED 500 Men to gel Shaved for ij cents, at
6io4 Port street, opposite the Club Stables.
loji-tt H.JEIFS, Proprietor.
THE PUDLIcTo KNOW thaTthe St. LouTs Col-
lege, St Andrews Priory, Oahu Prison, Oahu
Insane Asylum, and other public Institutions, use our
Chloro-Naptholeum with great success. California
heed Co., Agents. in6g-im
Pl SALE The building and lot 5)1 Alakea street,
known as the ALAKEA HOUSE. Apply to owner,
WM. WALE, on premises. 1118-tf
pOK SALE-One SHII'MAN ENGINrTiiT rerfect
I order. Apply to II. G. Ularl. Tort St. noj-lf
1 Mrs Manna's.
ON MODERN LACE, at
A TWO-MANUALand Pedal Mass REED ORGAN
Suitable for chanet or residence. Ilrtttrnm
Music Co., Fort street. 1067
EST as cent meal In town. Try It and be con
vinces. L.inj s Kxceisior Kestaurant. 1041.
I OST-A GOLD PIN with a DIAMOND In the cen-L-
ter: between Walkahalulu Ilrldge and Alapal St.
Return to this ollice. iio8-im
DASS-nOOK LOST.-Pass Book 011T. In favor
ol Win. Crawford, has been lost. Cinder will
recehe suitable reward by leaving same at the office
oftfie HAWAIIAN-CHINESE NEWS. 1101-tf
A LIFE, from not having West Disinfecting Ma
chines In vour houses. Chloro-Naptholeum kills
cockroaches and ants. See California Feed Co.,
WE RENT the West D1SINI ECTING MACHINES
and keep them In order, for a small monthly
rental, California Teed Co., Agents. 1069.1m
A UNIQUE HONOR.
General McKibben tliei First United States
Mlllt&rjr (iosernor In Cubiu
Brigadier General Chambers McKib
ben, who temporarily acted as mili
tary governor of Santiago and was tiio
first American to hold sway in a Cuban
city, dcliiovcfl n tininno distinction. As
nicl-clp-car.ij) to General Shatter ho linil
tlio honor of first raising tho stars and
fctripes over tho city.
General -McKibben was born in Cbnni
tcrsburg, l'a., iu 1838, and was tho
lnUOAUIElt OKNF.RAL M'KIDDEK.
youngest of 13 children, four of whom
served thoir country in tho army.
General McKibben canio of fighting
stock aud early iu tho civil war enlisted
as a privato iu tho regular army. IIo
was immediately often, urd appointed
second liouteimnt, and his first promo
tion enmo to him iu 1804, when 'ha was
made first lieutennnt. IIo was brevet t(d
captain for gallant services iu battlutho
samo year and at tho conclusion of tliu
war, deciding to remain iu tho army,
ho was promoted to bo captniu iu the
Thirty-fifth infantry. In 1802 ho bo
camo major of tho Twenty-fifth infan
try, and in 1890 was promoted to tho
lieutenant colonelcy of tho Twenty-first
infantry. IIo held this rank 'when ljo
went to Cuba. Ills services at the battlo
of Santiago wcro of bo distinguished a
charactor that ho was specially men
tioned iu General Shutter's official re
port. IIo was among tho officers recom
mended for promotion, and a few days
later tho president mado him n briga
dier general of volunteers. General Wo
Eibbon's homo is in California.
Of his thri!o brothorswho euterod tho
army General David McKibben served
in the Mexican aud Indian wars aud
upon tho breaking out of tho civil war
was appointed assistant field officer to
Gonorul McClollnn. IIo was brovot brig
adier general of tho regular army at tho
closo of tho war. Another brother, Rob
ert, served with distinction iu tho civil
war, and when it ended was a brevet
IMPORTS. . -
From Maui rind Hawaii ports,
por stmr Maunn Loa, Jan 20
8028 ex sugar, 202 bx coffeo, 35 lid
cattle, 15 bdl hidoa and 150 pkg
f.'.--n . .ltMiH,i,
Diamond Head Signal Station, .Inn
"(1, 1 p m Weather clear, wind fresh
Weather Bureau, Ptitialiou, .Tan 20.
-Temperature Morning minimum,
CO; Midday maximum, 80.
Barometer, 0 a m, no.13 unsteady.
Rainfall, do, 0.00 in.,
Humidity at 0 a m 07 porcont.
Dew Point 02 F.
home likelihood of rain.
Thursday, Jan 10.
Stmr Kauai, Brulin, from Lalia
hui. Stmr J A Cummins, Bcarlc, from
Friday, Jan 20.
8tmr Kilolmun, Thompson, from
Stmr Keauhou, Moslter, from Na
wlllwlli. Stmr Wnlalealc, Green, from Ki
lauen. Haw ship Falls of Clyde, Matson,
from San Francisco.
Stmr Mtiuua Loa, Slmerson, from
Maul and Hawaii ports.
Thursday, Jan 10.
Br ship Dominion, Jones, for Royal
Friday, Jan 20.
Stmr Mlkahala, Thompson, for
Makawell, Wiilineu ami Kokuha nt 5
Stmr Keauhou, Mosher, for Maka
well ut 3 p in,
Stmr Kuual, Bruhn, for Hannma
u hi at3p 111.
CONTRACT LABOR ASSAILED.
Continued from Pago 1.
defendants are imprisoned donies
to them tbo right of trial by jury,
nnd to tbnt extent, tho protection
of the Federal Constitution.
"Tho power to convict nn of
fonder in n summary way, without
trial by jury, is in restraint of tho
1. Tho Masters and Servants
Act makes imprisonment for lifu
a possible punishment for violat
ing its provisions. This is in con
travention of Articlo VIII. of the
Amendments to the Ffdoral Con
etitution. Defendants imprison
ment is also objfctionablo as
being for an indeGuito term.
5. Defendants have not 'boon
No person within tho jurisdic
tion of the United States can law
fully be deprived of life, liberty or
property, without duo process of
Defendants have boon denied a
trial by jury.
G. The contract labor law de
prives defendants of tho freedom
of varying their employment and
of adopting any other calling
which tuoy may prefer, aud this
by its own inherent force, without
process of law.
7. If it bo held that tbo proceed
ing under tho Masters and
Servants Act is civil in substance
as well iih in form, the law is still
in cortmvontion of tho Federal
It is shown that, in suits at
common law, when the value in
controversy shall exceed twenty
dollars, the right of trial by jury
shall be preserved. Arid, as tho
matter involves the liberty of the
defendants, it will bo regarded as
a matter of greater valuo than tho
8. If defendants havo not bcon
duly convicted of n crime, they aro
in a state of involuntary servitude.
Yesterday tho Supreme Court
dismissed tbo appeal of defendant
in the suit of J. 11. oumner vs. lv
W. Wilcox, nffirmiric the decree
nppealed from. Kinney, Ballon
& McOlanahan for plaintiff;
Davidson for defendant.
Fahia vs. John Miguel, rehear
ing of exceptions, was struck off
tho calendar and remitted to the
Second Circuit Court. Dickoy for
plaintilf; lions and JNoumann for
On motion of Mr. Honsball for
defendant-appollaut, Maalo vs.
ivaiapa was reinstated on tuo
calendar and submitted on briofs
Kanonkua for plaintiff; Oroigbton
and Honsball for dofondant.
E. A. Mott-Smith, administra
tor of tho estate of tbo late John
H. Faty, has filed his final ac
count, tho two sides balancing nt
$9539.35. Among tho documents
of administration is a waivor by
Mrs. Eapan and husband, Mrs.
Van Valkonborc and husband.
Mrs. Mott-Smith nnd husband,
liate JU. I'aty and .Lillian H. l'aty,
relinquishing severally and joint
ly all right, title, sbnro and inter
est thoy are or might bo entitled
to under tho will of decedent, to
Julia A. Faty, as tho solo und only
deviseo and legateo under said
That's what you get when you buy HEYWOOD'S
SHOES. But your money's worth In shoes doesn't end with good
leather. Some dealers think It does ; some dealers don't even give
that. To good leather we add good workmanship, correct style,
perfect fit, absolute comfort to the wearer.
We give polite, careful attention to every customer. It takes a
little more time, but It makes good friends.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co,,
Sign of tiik Big Shoe,
XX Iforfc strcot.
To-day's Honolulu Stock
NAME STOCWfPltjl ShVi
C. Drewcr& Co$i,oo,oooio,ooofi,ooo(ooo!
Maw'n Ajjr. Co
Haw'n Sujj Co
Honormi Su Co
Honoka.1 S Co
Kahuku Pl'n Co
Koloa Su ear Col
1 ,000,00a 1 0,000
Onomea Su Co!
Pacific Su Mill
Pioneer .Mill Co
Wailuku Su Co
a 5 5, ouo 9,550
WiUer J a l-o 500.000 5.000
Haw'n Dec CoJ 350,000 9,250
Mono. WT&LCf aoo.'oc a .000
AllltitAl Ta . r iV
' dJ un
Haw Gov.6per c
10 Oahu (assessiHe) m)i
j Walmea Mill Co la;
No shop-worn eoods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise' in
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the Socledade
Post de Santo Antonio Benovelance of
Hawaii, held on December 11,1898, the
following officers were elected forjhe ensu
ing year, 1809;
J. P. Rodrlgues, President.
J. S. Azeredo, Vice-President.
J. S. Ramos, Secretary.
J. T. Flgueredo, Treasurer.
A. I. Silva, M. R. Blsho, J. V. Fernandes,
M. T. Figuerdo, Jr., Antonio Carrla.
J. S. RAMOS,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1899. 1 123-1 w
FRIDAY NIGHT, JAN. 20
American and Chinese
Combined Show g-:S-:
Last Night of This Week !
New Chinese Theater
EWA SIDE AALA LANE.
Will surprise the audience with the Chinese Songs
ana fiarjv, aisu rtmencan ooncs, nawauan
Songs, and the HulakulanJ
llanja Dance I
With the assistance of
The Great Negro Impersonater, and the
Kawaihau Quintet Club, the Hawaiian
Will furnish a first-class Chinese Drama,
Including ihe most wonderful acrobat thatexrran-
peared In the Hawaiian Islands Ah Nine, a vouth of
g years, Lau Kal, a girl of 8 years, and Yee Kan, the
well-known acrobat who has performed before all the
crowned heads of Europe, and In United States of
nmerica. nun l i-Aiu luscc IMtAtl
eiJ-Resvrved seats on sale at Honolulu Chinese
News; price 50c. General admission 35c, children 10c.
' Subscribers to we BUL
LETINnot receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the Busi
ness Office, Telephone 256.
Ilaniwai Seaside Resort.
Ml). MADIJV k'l HMXin .l-elr t.. If.
the residents of Honolulu and the neighbor
ing isianus mat ne nas tauen over the
management of the ILANIWAI SEASIDE
RESORT, and will run the same with a
view in tllp pntlfi mmfnrt nf Ule ntfrnn.
Everytilng will be supervised and carried
on in first-class style, but the charges will
still remain moderate. Visitors intending
to locate at the beach for a short season, or
permanently, would do well to Inspect the
.'irrntnmml.'ltlnn llnilKt.nl nnn.ria. tra.,l,-.nc
to making their selection. 1 1 21
IX CANS, AT T1IH
BME LUpItfH I00.
II. J. XOLTE, Proprietor.
J. P. I'OST
1. Farm at Hamakua $7,300
9. 4 Lots at Maklkl 3,500
j. iH acres land near town 6,000
4. Ji acre of Und center of town 4.500
5. A la-year lease 4 cottages 1,130
6. A 40-room LoJglng House, u-)ear lease. 5,000
7. Large lot at Malklkl 10,000
8. 175 acres coffee land, Kona 3 .000
9. 51 acres coffee land, Kona, i planted.... 6,000
10. Lot 5 acre near town 5
i. Comerlot centeroftown 9.S
ij. An 8-year lease a cottages 1,000
For further particulars apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
G PoHtoillce Ljine, - Honolulu.
The Bulletin classifies its ads. Re
sult small advertisers get a square