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THE EVENINO BOfjT.FTrN: HOM'H.
r PATPnnAY. .ttjne 9, imoh.
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Baa Francisco, May 20. Collector Lynch has received tho following
Instructions regarding tho establishment of the revenue dUtrlct of Ha
waii: "Internal revenue laws tako effect In Hawaii at tho beginning of first
hour, June 14, 1900. Juno 13 Is tho last day when articles exported
can bo landed there free from tax or with privilege of drawback. Ar
ticles exported frco of tax, but not reaching Hawaii until June 14, are
subject on landing to tax imposed. Stocks of opium, beer, oleomargar
ine, cigars, cigarettes, tobacco and snuff, In Hawaii, prior to Juno 14,
do not rcqulro tax-paid stamp heforo sale, but careful Inventory and re
port thereof should be made by revenue agent and deputy collector.
Stocks of distilled spirits on hand June 14, In packages containing
not less than ttvo wlno gallons, should bo gauged and Inventoried, and
stamped with wholesale liquor dealers' stamp on that date. Deputy col
lector or United States ganger should attend for this purpose. Thcso
packages do not rcqulro tax-paid stamp.
'Special taxes are to bo collected for tho year beginning July 1, 1900,
but not tor tho month of June, 1900. Articles under Schedule D In tho
hands of dealers June 14 must be duly Rtampcd when sold at retail.
Instruments and documents under Schcdulo A Issued on and after
June 14 must be stamped without rcfcrcnco to any documentary
stamp tax previously In force In Hawaii. Instrument Issued in Ha-
wall prior to that date do not rcqulro United States Internal revenuo
"Banks paying out Hawaiian bank notes used for circulation on and
after Juno 14 aro subpect to 10 per cent tax. Hawaiian Government
Botes are not subject to this tax."
Thursday, Juno 7.
Minister Damon, just before return
ing the Interior Department Into the
hands of Minister Young, received the
"Headquarters Camp McKInloy, Hono
lulu, II. I., Juno Cth, 1900.
"Hon. 8. M. Damon, MlnlhtOr of the
Interior, Honolulu, II. I. Sir: I nm
directed by the Department Oramand
cr to Inform you of the following deci
sion of tho Secretary of War:
"'War Department. May I, 1900.
Tho harbor lines at Honolulu proposed
by the Hoard of Officers convened at
Honolulu, Hawaii in lal.uula, pursuant
to Special Orders No. 2S, to examine
and report upon proposed extensions
and modifications of existing harbor
lines, are approved. (). 1) Moiklcjuhn,
Acting Socrctary of War.'
"Thcso aro tho lines .is agreed upon
between tho Hawaiian Government and
tho Oahu It. & L. Co., and Include- the
proposed exchange 'if land. Very rc
sectfully, WILLIAM ENN13. Major,
Cth Artillery, President of Hoard,
Minister Young wnH risked how much
the proposed improvements, nt the
north end of the harbor, would Increase
tho dockage capacity of the harbor.
"It will give nearly double tho num
ber of feet of wharfage you have at
present," was tho nnswor,
Tho Minister of tho Inorlor could not
Bay when work on the new linos would
begin. As tho approptlatlons cro
available, howovcr, tnd tho Chamber
of Commcrco Is cag;r to have harbor
expansion at tho earliest posslblo date.
It Is not to be expccto.l that there will
be undue delay In making the Improve
ments. (Special to the Bulletin.)
San Francisco, May 30. The quaran
tine of Chinatown, inaugurated yester
day Is being rigorously enforced today,
even street car passengers not being
allowed to ride on tho outside of cars
during the passago of tho cars through
tho quarantined district.
Dr. Williamson, President of the
Doard of Health, stated to a represen
tative of tho Bulletin today that there
was nothing new in tho situation but
that the examination of tho glands of
the Chinaman found dead In an under
taking establishment In Chinatown
last night by Dr. Kellog of tho Board
of Health would be completed this af
ternoon. So far the doctors have every
reason to bcllovo that tho dead man
was a victim of genuine plague, but
tho final tests may upset this theory.
Collector of Port Jackson stated to
Tho Bulletin representative several
days ago that it was Ills belief that not
a single caso of genuine plaguo had
ever been found In San Francisco.
GeorEe Lvcurpi's. whoso fame Is In
many lands as the manager of Sans
Souli ut vuik1Iu, win o,ui a high
class restaurant in town on Saturday
morning. Ho has had rooms prepared
for the purpose, under hlB own super
vision, on the makal sldo of King
street, between Fort nnd Bethel streets.
French cooks arrived In the Australia
to prepare the viands, and they have
tho best kind of ranges and other uten
sils to work with. Mons. Arniuul Is the
chef. An experienced caterer from
New York has also been engaged, to
tako charge of outsldo orders for fam
ily and picnic parties, etc. Fre3h oys
ters and game will be specialties In the
bills of fare. The ground lloor Is fur
nished with tables for short order cus
tom, while tho second floor Ik adapted
for more leisuro meals, social and fam
ily parties. A dumb waiter Is fitted
between tho floors. Electric fans and
lights aro provided. Tho place will bo
open all night, thus being availablo
for theater parties. There is nn ample
stock of linen, all stamped with tho
namo of the house. An entrance for
ladles opens direct upon an easy flight
of carpeted stairs. "The Union Orlil"
la tho name chosen by Mr. Lycurgus.
Washington, D. C, May 25. The
Third Assistant Postmaster General
has transmitted to w. a. uoenron,
Chief Post Olllce Inspector, a. corapleto
list of Instructions to tho postmasters
of Hawaii. Tho document is directed
for tho time being to Inspector H. M.
Flint, who is to manago tho postal sys
tem In Hawaii. Tho instructions cover
financial accounts, stamp accounts,
registration, Inspection and classifica
tion of mall matter.
Tho Instructions unlto tho Hawa
iian system closely to tho department
st Washington in relation to adminis
tration precluding all chancn of tho
troubles which bavo marked tho Cuban
Tho department has also sent out
$50,000 worth of United States stamps
and provides for the accounting of Ha
waiian stnmps and their transmission
to the Unltod States Post Ofllco Depart
ment. These Instructions will reach
Hawaii on tho Australia. Honolulu Is
I named as the depository ofllco for tho
IBIttUUO, lUUUl'J U1ULT UUU JUttlUl 1UUI19
lncludd. Presidential offices must re
port monthly to the Honolulu post
master and tho fourth class offices
quarterly. Tho Honolulu postmaster
must report weekly to the department
and transmit surplus funds monthly.
Tho data given by all tho offices In Ha
waii to the Honolulu office must be sent
to the department.
A supervising Inspector will be sent
to Honolulu at once to oversee tho
operations of tho postal service. An
agent will also go out to supervise star
routes in the Islands.
J. A. DRECKONS.
Tho following scheme of organiza
tion has been mapped out for tho Civic
Article 1 Name: The namo of this
organization shall be The Civic Federa
tion of Honolulu.
Article 2 Objects: Tho purposes of
this organization shall be: First, the
formation of an Influential, non-poll-tlcal,
non-Bcctnrlnn association, em
bracing all the forces that arc now la
boring to advance the municipal, phil
anthropic, Industrial, esthetic and
moral Interests of Honolulu, and to
U80 and old such forces In promoting
tho honesty, efficiency and economy of
Its municipal life and government, and
tho highest welfare of Its citizens.
Second. To serve ns a medium nt
acquaintance and sympathy between
persons who reside In different parts of
tho city, who pursuo various different
vocations, who arc by birth of different
nationalities, who profess or embrace
:rccds or no creed, who for any of these
reasons aro unknown to each other
but who, nevertheless, have similar In
terests In the well being of Honolulu,
and who agrco In the desire to promote
every kind of municipal welfare.
Third. To Increase the number and
efficiency of the agencies designed to
discover and correct abuses In muni
cipal government and public affairs,
and to lncrenso tho interest of the
;Itizcns In such matters by securing
the utmost practical separation of
municipal affairs from Territorial and
To labor to beautify Honolulu, to ex
tend Its park system, to perfect Its
sanitation, and to make tho city a tour
ist resort of International reputation.
As early as posslblo after his elec
tion the president shall appoint a
chairman for each of tho following
committees, these chairmen at tho first
meeting of tho cxccutlvo commlttco to
submit for approval their associates:
Parks, Boulevards nnd Pleasure
Grounds, Morals and Public Sentiment,
Legislation, Abuses and Public Inter
ests, Publicity and Advertising, Ways
and Means, Membership and Auxiliary
Organizations, Streets and Alleys.
The dues of the league were set at $1
a year, which they believe Is reason
able enough and a sufficient Incentive
for well minded young men of tho city
Philadelphia, May 29. Tho new Pa
cific liner Sierra was successfully
launched at Cramp's shipyard this
morning;. Several hundred persons, In
cluding the officials of tho Oceanic
Steamship Company of San Francisco
nnd tho officers and experts of tho
Cramp corporation, saw tho launching.
Miss Cassle L. Hayward, daughter cf
Captain Henry M. Hayward, who Is tu
command the new steamship, oiuciatcu
as sponsor and gavo the handsorou
craft her baptism of champagne as she
started for tho water. At the conclu
sion of tho launching an claborato lun
cheon was served and soveral congra
tulatory speeches made.
Washington, May 22. Tho House do -
Kntn.1 tliA nnttri lnv in Mm Alnalrnn
On assembling, a Senate bill was
passed to reserve certain lands In Ha
waii for cemetery purposes. Mr. Knox
of Massachusetts, In explaining tho bill,
"in this cemetery tho old Kings and
royal families of tho Islands Ho sleep
ing, unconscious that they have been
annexed to tho United States."
"I trust there will be no objection on
this sldo to the passage of tho bill," In
terrupted Mr. Wheeler of Kentucky.
"A few kings dead or nllvo Is all that
Is needed to complete the policy of tho
present Administration." (Laughter.)
Walluku, Juno 2. The natlvo poli
ticians of Walluku, Walkapu, Walhte
and ,nlehu held a meeting in the
skating rink in this town last Wednes
day evening for tho purposo of electing
a delegato to the convention of tho Ha
waiian party to be held In Honolulu.
S. E. Kaluo, a Btaunch lloyiillst, was
elected chairman of tho meeting nr.d a
Mr. Manuka was elected secretary.
There was a largo attendance of Ha-
wallans nt the meeting and the pro
ceedings were carried on very orderly,
f UK BAM OF HAWAII, i
f Incorporated Under thi Laws 1
I or thi Hawaiian Republic. I
OKFIOKitS AND DIRECTORS)
I'hah. M. Cookk, President.
P. C. Jonkh. Vice-President
O. H. Cookk, Canhlor.
F O. ATHKn-roN, Amlstant Casbiei
F. W. Macfarlsne,
E. D. Tonnoy,
Solicits the Account of Firms, Cor
poration, Trusts. Individuals, ami wll
onrofully and promptly attend to al
ouslness connected with banking en
trusted to it. Soil and purchase Forelei
Exchange, Ibmib Lottera of Credit.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I
Ordinary and Term DotvMlL rnmlvul
and Interest allowed In accordance wll
ruios and conditions printed In Pa t
books, eoplos of which mav b had m .
OP HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws of th
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown Preslden
M. P. Robinson Vlco-Presiden'
W. O. Coopor Cashle
B. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark I
Robinson, Bruco Cartwrlght, W. G
Cooper and H. M. Ton holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco Tho Anglo-Callfoi
nla Bank, Limited.
Chicago The Merchants Loan am
New York J. ft W. Sellgman ft Con
London The Anglo-Callfornli
Paris Socletle Generate.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg ft Jon
Hongkong and Yokonama Tk
Chartered Bank of India, Austrmllt
Australia The Union Bank of Au
Canada Bank of Montreal
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letter
Credit Issued on all parts of thi
Bear and Wins Dealers.
IMPOSTBBS, AND WBOIiIliLl
WUb ami lipr Dealers.
Aitou lor tot Bottles: Rainier BMr of tMttl
No. 19 Nucand Struct
Potter Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Ulandi.
P.O. Boh it. Mutual Telephone yet.
QONSALVES & CO., Ltd
tVHOLESALE GROCERS AMI
126 Queen street, Honolulu, H. '
:onsolidated Soda Water Co., L'i
orner Allen A Fort SU., Honolulu
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
' A No. 1 Liquors a speoialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA.
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
Tbe ever popular ltalnier beer Is be
coming a household word and "wll
you have a glass ot beattle," Is mor
often heard man anything else. Thi
Onxeriou Saloon has the beer on tap 01
in bottles, "
ONOLULl H. I
win rrancUco Agentt Tun Nkvai.
National Hank of Han Kranuik
aw Franoihco Tho Novatln Nutionh
Bank of San Francisco
rwnoN Tho Union Bank of Loudo
Vkw York Alnorican Exchange- Ni
JniOAoo Merchants National Bank
A1US Credit Lyonnals.
Hrrun Drosdnor Bank.
IIonrono and Yokohama Honk. np ,t
Shanghai Banking CorjwratioU.
N'kw Zealand and Aiihthama Kd
of New Zealand.
Victoria ANn Vancouver Bank
British North America.
T aasact i General Bam ana Eicaanxe Buun
uepouu KecelTtd. Loins made on at
proved Becnrlty. Commercial and Traveler!
BI1U of Exchange bought
PBOMITLT ACOOtTHTBP ?0.
Transact a General Bankinj
ind Exchange BuainesB.
Commercial and Traveler'
Letters of Credit issued, avail
iblo in all the principal citie
f tho world.
Interest allowed after Juh
1, 1898, on fixed deposits i
months 3 per cent., 6 month
3$ per cent., 12 months 4
received and Interest allowed
Bank at four and one-half
Printed copies of the Kules and Reg
ulations may boobtalnod on application
Otllco at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
Pioneer Building anc
ASSETS, DEC. 31, 1899, 1112,677.1?
Money loaned on approved security
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits
Houses built on the monthly Install
Twentieth Serl - of Stock Is no
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Presl
dent; 8. B. Rose, Vice President; C. B
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. B
Rose. A. V. Dear, A. W. Keech, Henry
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. B
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:301:80 p. so.
Tjje Yokohama Specie Banl
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18.000.000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,000
Tbe Bank buys and receives for eo)
lection Bill ot Exchange, lsiueg Draft
and Letters of Credit, ana transact.
a general banking business.
On Filed Depoelt for te month., a per cent 1
On Filed Depoelt tor 6 month., M "
Oo Fixed Depo.lt tor 1 mo., 1
Bv the Head Oflte. at Yokohama, 0 Correal p.
po.lt. 1 e-. aen per day
On Fixed Depoelt lor re month., jH per cent p a,
lev ReccMIc BnlliiuE. HI Kill St, Houlili
FRED J. CROSS,
Cousultlng and Superintending
Electrical 0 Hydraulic
FJ'tro Hydraulic Power Tranamlsalon)
REPORTS AND EHTIMATE8
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Noll Co., Queon street.
Olllon nox to Pm fllon. 122
J A MES T. TAYLOR,
M.Am. S.C. B.
800 Jtldrt Block. Tfllo. 6S8.
I Joseph Fernandez, Prop'.
?ceanic Steamship Company.
The Fine Passenger Steamers of This Line Will Arrive at and
l-ave This Port as Hereunder.
From San Francisco:
'4ARIPOSA tune a
vtOANA July 18
AUSTRALIA Aug i
In connection vilth tho sailing of tho abovo Btcnmors, the Agents
we proparod to issue, to intending passengers, coupon through
tickets by any railroad from Han Francisco, to all points in the
United States, and from New Tork by an otenmahip line to all
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limited,
f4prifral Atpnt Hr-emur S. H. f"!n
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
ircldental and Oriental Steamship Co, 0 Toyo Risen Kaisba
. Suimn ol tut bor conpiBin will call it Honolulu tat lr thlt port on or bo
.. dUlx!ow mntlontll....
For Japan and China:
'rite June I,
China June to
Dor'c J.ilv 7
Nlpprn Miru July 11
Rl da Janeiro
Crllc . .
For general Information apply to
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents,
aaadian - Australian Royal Hail Steamship Company.
SrSttamer ot the above Una. runnlne In connection with the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney, N. S. W..
to DUE AT HONOLULU on or about the
ItOM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C,
Far Urlebane andfivanevt
Warrlmoo July r
Mlowera Aug. 4
VThrough tlckete litued from Honolulu to
"allege ana an general iniorraation, apply 10
Theo. H. Da vies &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
First steamr to be dispatched tr. m New York to Honolulu via San Francisco:
8. H. "AMERICAN" un ir about August 1st to De followed by a bteamer
every other month.
Freight rccelveJ a' Compaq's wharf. South Brooklyn, at all times by lighters
or In cars. For general In.ormatlon, apply to
H. HACKFELD& CO, LTD.,
and THEO. H. DAVIES G- CO., LTD.,
Wider Steamshio Co,, Ltd.
Tho atenmcr Klnau will sail from
Hllo on Thursday, Juno 7th at 6 p. m.,
and other porta of call twelve hours
nhcad of regular time, nrrivltig In Ho
nolulu Saturday morning, Juno 3th.
Freight destined for ln.o on Tuesday
the 12th, will bo rccelveu on tho Claud
lno wharf on Friday, Juno 8th. On Juno
l'Jth. tho iilnati will sail at 12 ra.us
Stmr. CLaUijIwE will sail from
Maul norts n day ahead of time, arriv
ing in Honolulu Saturday morning,
EXCURSION TO HILO FOR ith OF
JULY RACES, halt rate. Tho stmr,
KINAU will Ball from Honolulu on
Monday, July 2d, nt 12 m, touching nt
wnv norts on this trln a. day ahead of
tho regular time. Round trip tickets to
Hllo nnd return, J12.50, lirst class, in
tending passengers nro requested to
book early. Freight will ho tecelved nt
tho Claiidlne wharf on Friday, Juno
Stmr. CLAUDINE will will from Ho
nolulu on Monday, July 2d, ut 5 p. m.,
and provided twenty tickets nro sold
from Maul ports to Hllo and return
nt si2.r.o each, sue win proceed to Hllo,
leaving Mnul ports on Tuesday, arriv
ing In Hllo on the morning of tho
Fourth. Leaving Hllo nt midnight of
tho Fourth, will nrrlvo tit Knhulul on
Visitors are cordially Invited to
call and Inspect our Gallery ot life
rfze royal photos, from Kamehamehi
I. to date.
At tho Old Stand
On Fort Stroet ::
For San miwisco.
I AUSTRALIA Jim l.
MOANA , Jul n
AU -THALIA July ra
AUSTRALIA A.f r
For San Francisco:
Nippon Maru Jon n
Rio do Janeiro Jwn )
America Maru July tr
' atllc ....fug 4
Hmttki rig Maru Aug it
China Aug 11
and calling at Victoria, C. C, Honolulu and Brlttant
date below otated, via t
I FROM SYDNEY
For Victoria and Vancouver (B. C):
Canada, United Slatee nnd Europe.
For Freight and
Co., Ltd., GenM Agents.
THhEE TRAINS DAiLY
Fiom San rranclsco.
1W0 TRAINS DAILY
Horn Poitland . . .
Leave San Francisco: 8:co A. M,, io:oo
A. M., 6:oo P M.
Leave Por land: o'i;A. M, g:oo P. M.
fhroueh without Chance.
Only THHEE DAYS to Uil.-aRO.
Only FOUR DAYS to New Yotlt.
: Pullman Pdlace Sleep?rs Buffet,
smoKiiiK ana Library t-ars witn
B rber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
t-ree Heciming unair.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
i)5 Third stieet, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
B. & L. Go.
From an J
Bj JtESEtaTnlTKbJ II namm
Pearl City.... I.01
K. C. Smith, Gen'l Pass. A Ticket
Q. P. Dewiboh, Superintendent