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Notice to Electors I
Notleo is hereby given that hi onlur to
bo entitled to voto nt tho Special Klcction
proclaimed for October 1th, next, nil elec
tors not oxenipt by lnw must linve pniil
their Personal Taxes for the year 1NU, iinil
see thnt their niitnes are on the lk-gistcr
of "Voters for Nouli-s.
OHAS. T. OUI.IOK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllce, Sept. '2-1, lb!)2.
K)0 10t-a(J 'it
Postal Savings Bank Notice.
Jly authority of Section 11 of "An Act
to Amend nnd Consolidate tho I.nws relat
ing to the Hawaiian Postal Savings Hank,"
approved on the 7th day of September,
1892, and on that day taking effect; notice
is hereby given that the rate of interest on
Savings Hank deposits is Uxed as follows:
On amounts under and up to Five Hun
dred Dollars (500), in Gold Coin of the
United States of America, in any one ac
count, already on deposit in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Hank on SeptomborSO, 18!)2,
interest will be payable from October 1,
1892, forward until further notice, at tho
rato of 0 ler cent, per annum, in Hold Coin
of the United States of America.
On amounts over Five Hundred Dollars
($500) nnd not exceeding Two Thousand
Fivo Hundred Dollars ($2,500) in Hold Coin
of the United States of America, in any one
account, on deposit in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Hank on Septomber 30, 1S92, inter
est will be payable from October 1, 1892,
forward until further notice, at the rate of
5 per cent, per annum, in Gold Coin of the
United States of America.
On deposits placed in tho Savings Dank
after September 30, 18i)2, interest will bo
paid until further notice, at the rate of 0
per cent, per annum on accounts not ex
ceeding Five Hundred Dojlars ($500). No
interest will be paid on accounts exceoding
Fivo Hundred Dollars ($500), in single ac
counts, deposited after September 30, 1802.
E. C. MACFAKLAXK,
531-tf Minister of Finance.
Postal Savings Sank Notice.
By Section 17 of "An Act to Amend and
Consolidate the Laws relating to the Ha
waiian Postal Savings Bank," approved on
the 7th day of September, lh!)2, and on that
day taking effect, the Minister of Finance
is authorized to issue Coupon Bonds of tho
Hawaiian Government, to be styled the
"Postal Savings Bank Loan," to be issued
only to depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank who may apply for the same.
The "Postal Savings Bank Loan" bonds
are redeemable in not less than five nor
more than twenty years, at the option of
the Minister of Finance, and bear interest
at tho rate of 0 per cent, per annum, to be
paid semi-annually, interest and principal
payable in Gold Coin of tho United States
of America or its equivalent.
Any depositor with an aggregate amount
to his credit in tho Savings Bank, of not
less than Two Hundred Dollars ($200) in
Gold Coin of the United States of America,
which shall have been on deposit at least
three months, is entitled, on application, to
an issue of "Postal Savings Bank Loan"
bonds in exchange tiierefor, in sums of
Oiie Hundred Dollars ($100) or multiple
Applications will be received at the Pos
tal Savings Bank for "Postal Savings Bank
Loan" bonds from dato until Septembor
30, 1892, inclusive.
E. C. MA0FA11LANK,
531-tf Minister of Finance.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening the
Oiiunnel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will be in operation night
At night there will be a Danger Signal
placed on tlio forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can be
seen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The Siirnal consists
of 3 lied lights and a
AVhite light-as in
the diagram the red
lights being about 3
feet apart, with the
white light in the
All steamers cross
ing the Bar will stop ""
at a safo distanco from- tho Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed by three blubts
from the Dredger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing tho Dredger when necessary.
C. N. SPEN0EH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillce, March 0, 1892.
The Board of Health-dias directed its
Agents to make a special inspection of
houses and prernisea in the City of Hono
lulu with a view of putting the same In a
good hanitary condition, and the public
are therefore requested
1. To render all assistance possible to
the Agents of the Board of Health.
2. To oboy tho Instructions of the
3. To put drains, cesspools, privy-vaults
and other receptacles of refuse in a good
4. To have all garbage and othor decay
ing refuse promptly removed, and all
sources of noxious smells disinfected.
liy order of tho Board of Health,
Honolulu, Sept, 23, 1892, 530-llt
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE
To Taxpayers of tho District of Kona,
Tho Hooks of .the Tax Assessor for the
District of Kona, Island of Onliu, will bo
opon for inspection by persons liable to
taxation, from September 20th to October
1, IMW, (Sundays excepted) in the Knpnn
hva Building, between the hours of 1)
o'clock in the forenoon and I o'clock In
the afternoon. T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Tax Assessor District of Kona,
Island of Onhti.
0. A. HttowN,
Assessor and Collector of Taxes 1st Divi
Holders of Vutur Privileges, or those
paying Water Hales, urc hereby notillcd
thnt, owing to the drouth and tho scarcity
of water In the (tovernment lteervolrs,
the Hours for using wnter for Irriga
tion purposes arc from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
nnd f to t! o'clock v. m., until further notice.
.10HN 0. WHITB,
Supt. Honolulu Wnter Works.
0. N. Sl'KNl'Kll,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. fi, 18!tt.
Owing to the drought and scarcity of
water, tho residents mnukn of Judd street
aro requested to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. t), lb'.VJ. 515-tf
Mn. JOHN HAPA has this day been
uppointed I .una to take up estrays on the
street to Hnallliamanu bridge, Judd street
to Nnunnu street and on the Government
land in Kallhi, Honolulu, Onliu.
OHAS. T. GUIdCK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otllee, Sept. 20, 1S92. 533-3t
Messrs. HKXRY HOLMF.Snnd WM. L.
PKTEHSOX havo this day been appointed
Notifies Public for the First Judicial Cir
cuit of tho Kingdom.
OHAS. T. QULICK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofllce, Sept. 2(1, ISPS!. 532-3t
TUB DAILY BULLETIN,
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1892.
Tho Bulletin will accept tho
Advertiser's challenge) to examine
Messrs. Mailo and Hopkins on their
views when that sheet gets its own
backstairs candidates to comes out
squaroly, plainly and publicly with
their views on tho leacling issues of
the light. So far one of them only
has thanked tho cotorio for his
nomination and said nothing else.
Tlio other has said oven loss. This
paper, unlike tho Advertiser, is not
boiniel to any candidates.
Tho steamer Kinau was sent in
search of tho missing boat of tho
wreckeel ship Wm. A. Campbell by
Messrs. Scott anel Kennedy and
other residents of Hilo. "When tho
steamer returned to Hilo, Hon. Geo.
C. Beekloy, purser, declined to ac
cept the charter money until ho
could consult the company. On his
arrival in Honolulu this morning
Mr. Beckloj reported to Hon. W. C.
Wilder, President of "Wildor's Steam
ship Company, who instructed him
to render no bill to tho Hilo char
terers of the steamer. Mr. Wilder
said ho was only glad that tho
steamer had undertaken the search,
and would not ask for any compen
sation for tho service. Such conduct
on tho part of a corporation and its
otlicers eloservos to be recorded in
letters of golel.
What a desperately wicked lot of
follows Widemann, Walker, Borgor,
Logan, ot al., woro in 1890, to stand
cm tho same constitutional platform
with Bush anil Wrilcoxl Thoy did
so, it is true, on tho principle that
tho native electors had as much right
to a froo choice of representatives as
the foreign electors. In a word, thoy
stood for representative government.
Now wo have Thurston, Wilder, Ash
ford, Waterhouso, ot al., who had
notning but contempt and contume
ly for Bush and Wilcox two yoars
ago, listening with relish to homilies
on private and public morality from
those paragons of virtue. Truly the
Reformers havo reformed. Thoy
could not got nnyboely bottor than
a profosBioiuu gambler to run against
a certain pestilential fejllow in 1890.
Now thoy employ that samo pesti
lential follow to assist in Mr. Thurs
ton's ganio of shoving tho lottory
down tho throats of their opponents.
Even tho political parson cau sub
missivoly sit at tho feet of anel ro
coivo moral points from tho black
boar ho sat up nights to boat in 1890.
Since tho roport of tho wreck of
tho ship Win. A. Campbell has boon
put in typo, Mr. H. W. Severance,
United States Consul-Gonoral, has
kindly furnished us with copies of
tho roport of Mr. C. Furneaux,
Unitoel States Consular Agont at
Hilo, on tho discovery anil treatment
of tho survivors. Tho roport covers
a statement of Sullivan tho mate,
which describes tho hardships of tho
party in his boat. Thoy lived dur-
ing tlio pnssago on hnlf a tin (about
tlio aizo of n condensed milk iin) of
water a day for about eight days.
Then tho samo allowance of wino,
or stout. Tho straits thoy wore put
to for four or fivo days to quonch
llioir intolerable thirst aro untnon
tionable. Their bread was almost
gone. Thoy could not possibly have
lasted throe days longer, and one
da1 would have killed sonic. Air.
Severance, in transmitting to tho
Bi'LtiKTtN tho report referred to,
says: "The opinion seems to be
among oxperionued shipmasters horo
that tho missing boat with tho cap
tain and others may have been pick
ed up by some European vossol after
tho two boat parted company.
Tho vossol was in tho track of Euro
pean grain or lumbei ships from tho
Pacific coast, as well as vessels head
ing for California from tho south.
Or it may bo possible thai tiro cap
tain wont to leoward of Hawaii. Tho
distance run in 21 days by the mato's
boat was about 2100 miles."
Tho ratification mooting holel tho
othor evening makes n decided
change in public fooling. Time was
when tho loaders of tlio Reform
party had but to rive a fow hours''
notice of tho meeting to pack the
building occupied tho othor evening
with an earnest audience. Now
days' notice anel zealous canvassing
of tho town brings togethor loss than
a hundred of our citizons. Tho
chairman of the mooting under con
sideration roalized tho situation
when ho looked out upon an array
of empty seats and asked tho curious
people, who generally talto back
seats, to como to tho front. Tho
speeches as reported lack point and
forvor. Tho only redeeming feature
of tho ovoniug was tho speech of Mr.
Watorhouse, who having but little
to say, said it, while others ranted
and rambled in a very disheartened
After tho experiences of 1890 think
of Thurston, Ashforel, Bush anil
Wilcox being cheek bj jowl at a
pow-wow of tho Reform party of
1887! Bohold how tho mighty havo
fallen 1 Musing over tho changes of
the past live years I can only con
clude that our citizens have woarieel
of tho contentions that havo marked
tho waning fortunes of tho Reform
ers. Tho high purpose that animat
ed citizons in 1887 seems to have elo
clined as the selfishness of tho lead
ers of the Reform party has become
more anel more manifest. Mr.
Thurston looks, acts and speaks liko
a soured, disappointed man. Ono
who finds his only pleasure in fault
fineling; who sees nothing good in
monarchical institutions, particu
larly tho Sovereign; who, like a dirty
bird, finds satisfaction in fouling his
own nest. Those of us who desiro
peace and good order; who havo
something to lose; who wish to givo
undivided attention to tho bread
and butter problem, must call a halt
and relegate tho tailings of tho hon
est Roformors of 1887 to tho rear of
Tho election to bo shortly holel
seoms to offer Wilcox, Bush, Ash
ford anil must I say it Thurston
another opportunity to disturb our
community with demagogical vapor
ings in tho vain hope of handling
tho emoluments of office.
Mr. Gladstone cr Cycling.
Mr. Gladstone has been giving his
ideas on cycling to a corrosponelent
of Answers. Ho said: I have noticed
with real anel unfeigned pleasure the
rapid growth of cycling in this coun
try, for not only does it afford to
many to whom it would otherwise
be unobtainable a healthy and pleas
urable form of exorcise, but it also
ouablos them to derive all those ad
vantages of travel which, provious to
tho advent of cycling, wore out of
their roach. It is far more profit
able than tho luxurious railway
from tho city to some definite point
along an unalterable routo, over
which tho traveler is whirled with
no time for observation and no op
portunity for examining tho tlistrict
through which ho is carried. I can
only emphasize tho fact that I con
sidor that physically, morally and
socially, tho benefits that cycling con
fers on the men of the present elay
aro almost unbounded.
For Gross Cheat.
A native named Bon Kalana, in
the employ of L. J. Lovoy, was ar
rested this morning on tho com
plaint of another charging him with
gross cheat, in selling tho othor a
pair of shoos for $1.50 which diel not
belong to him. Tho complainant
stateel that Kalana had taken tho
shoos from Mr. Lovoy's auction
room without his knowledge, in
fact had stolen thorn and sold them
to him for $1.50. Tho shoos Kalana
said bolongod to him, as ho bought
them at auction. Tho native boing
tho only complainant anel no othor
appearing to confirm his statement
Kalana was tlischargoel.
I would liko to ask through 3'our
columns (of those who havo tho
authority) why tho U. S. S. Boston
is not sent out in soarch of tho miss
ing boat of tho Amorican ship Wm,
A. Campbell. I will venture to say
that if tho U. S. Minister's or Consul-General's
wife and child woro in
that boat, tho Boston would havo
steamed to sea in soarch of it several
An Indignant AjinmoAN,
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suit able for banel
ages, aro wanted for use at tho Bishop
Home and tho Boys' Home, Lopor
Sottlomout, Alolokai. King up 281
Mutual tolophono, and thoy will bo
sent for j or leuvo tho samo at the
oillce of tho Board of Health, or at
J, T. Watorhouso's, Queon Btreet.
Mutual Telephone Co.
Annual (eeting of the Stock
holders at the Com
Business of the Corporation In a Pros-
Tho annual meeting of tho Mutual
Telophono Company wns hold at tho
company's building this morning.
There wore Ci)02 shares 'roprosontea.
Hoii.H. A. Widonmnn, President,
Hon. C. O. Borgor, Secretary, sub
mitt eel the statomout6f accounts for
tho year onding-.AugiBt 81, 1892,
from which tho following itoms aro
KINAI. IU1.ANC1! BIIlCr.T.
Joint I'apttnl .
Ileal Estate . ...
Profit and Loss
Sundries . ...
Tools : i
F. A. Schaefcr (i-
Oillce Furniture., x...
Mortgage Account ,.
Live Stock it Carriages
$S,8S1 OS $08,883 78
PliOFIT ANH LOSS ACCOUNT.
This account shows a creelit bal
ance of SU),7!12.2G, being an increase
of S8,5G(.).1(5 froni last year.
This account shows a balanco of
$3,028.01 from last year, being
building anel matorial of 147 now
lines. The amount of $1000 for
maintaining linos has been ehargcel
to Profit and Loss account.
This account was reelticeel from
$3-1,000 to S'29,000 by tho paying off
of fi notes of $1000 each, next note
for $5000 falling duo em Oct. 1(3, 13-J5.
Real Estate $15,440 47
Cash on band . . 308 19
Bills Receivable 78100
Plant 75,973 flU
Live Stock anil Ofllce Furniture:. 1)71 SO
Stock on hand .'. '. l,70(i 4L
Rentals duo 2,755 00
Sunelrv account dues, 330 20
Amount due for material.
AVEIIMIIS ItUNNlNO i:.I'KNSi:S.
Ralnrv Superintendent, Secretary,
Clerk and live Operators.. . .$ 8,000 00
Exponc, Insurance, Kcrofono Oil,
Boarding Horses, Taxes and
Filling Batteries, etc .... 2,000 00
Three Line men, Repairing and
Material for same ... 1,MX 00
Interest on $2!l,000 at 7 percent . 2,030 00
Approximate Income for year:
From Rental-. . $20,718 00
From Building .. 300 00 $21,018 00
Approximate expenditures as
above ... . . . . . 13,830 00
Leaving a profit of.
$ 7,lb8 00
On Aug. 31, 1892, thoro woro in
actual operation 091 stations yield
tunual income as follows:
2 Stations at $1.00 por month
1 Station at $2.50 per month
1 Station at $3.50 per month
4 Stations at $1,00 per month
5 Stations at $1.50 per month
31 Stations at $5.00 per month
251 Stations at $3.00 pur month
3S3 Stations at $2.00 per month
10 Stations, no charge.
Per month $ 1,720 50
Or per annum 20,754 00
Number of Stations in operation Aug.
31, 1801 083
Put in during the ear 147
Taken out dining tho year 130 8
Total Stations Aug, 31, 1802 .... 001
C. O. Bekoeu, Secretary.
The Directors' report was road, as
below. It will bo obsorvod that it
is dated later than tho Secretary's
roport, and 6tatos the fact of tho
wiping out of tho mortgage of $29,
000. This avoids tho further pay
ment of $2000 a year interest, adding
that amount to the estimated profits:
I beg to report to this meeting that at a
meeting of (ho stockholders of this Com
pany, held on tho 17th October, 1880, a
resolution was passed "to increase the
capital stock of the Compnny from $50,000
to $100,000." Application to tho Minister
of tho Interior for that purpose was imme
diately made, and on the 25th of Januury,
1800, official notice was received from the
Minister of dm Interior "that this Com
pany is authorized to increase its capital
stock to $100,000.
At the miiiiu meeting above mentioned a
furthor resolution was pasted "to issue
3500 shares of preferred stock to Mossrs,
Bishop & Co. In payment to them of the
mortgage debt of $35,000 owing to thorn bv
Xouotiatlons to accomtilUli tlilx w.
then at unco commenced without success
up to the 15th inst.
! nitii inst. un that day wo paid
Bishop & Co. $20,000. tho full
ninount duo flioni. which amount was
realized from the issue of 2000 shares of
'flip prospect is fuir, and J may say it is
certain thnt the Company will pay hence
forth a dividend rogularlv,
, H. A. Viw:mann, President,
September 28th, 1802.
Tho following gentlemen woro
duly elected to serve as officers for
the ensuing year:
President, Hon. H. A. Witloniann.
Vico President, Hon. C. II. Bishop.
Secretary and Treasurer, Hon. C.
Auditor, Hon. W. P. Allen.
Diree'teirs, Messrs. P. A. Schaefer,
W. G. Irwin, Cecil Brown, S. O. Al
len anel the abovo-namoel officers ex
Tho tug Rovor sank on tho 11th
inst. in 2(i feet ef wntor. On tho ar
rival of the Lurline, Cnpt. Mntson
got his donkey ongino at work, and
on tho 17th inst. tho tug was nlloat
and now is elenng work again is
September 17th was a gala dny at
Hilo. Doputy Sheriff Williams gave
a hum at his house, it being tho
bid Inlay of his only child. A splen
did time and repast.
A picnic was holel nt Cocoanut
The Japanese nt a neighboring
plantation, having a holiday, enjoy
ed it in games pee-ulinr to tlioir own
On tho 18th inst. Rev. 13. P. Bnkor
tlolivorcd a very able discourse
against tho lottery.
Arrived- Septomber loth, tho' brig
Lurline, Capt. Chris. Mntson, lGdnj's
from San Francisco. Extra largo
carge) of general merchandise. Pas
senger Miss L. Lyman.
,1. A. M.
Hilo, Soptcmbvr 20, 1802.
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea shoulel try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholora anet Diarrhwn Ro
nicdy. Many cases have boon cured
by it after all olsohael faileel anel
skilled physicians wore poworless.
For salo by- all donlors. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawai
rplIK. ANXUAL MKKTINO OK TDK
.1. Stockholders of tho Koliala Sugar Co.
will bo held at the oillce of Custlu .v.
I'ookc, on TIIUHSDAY, Oct. 20, lbUJ, at
10 o'clock A, m.
J. B. ATIIKHTON',
5th District of Honolulu,
rpHE BOARD OF INSPECTORS OF
X Election for tho 5th District, 1st Pre
cinct, will hold public meetings for the
purpose of correcting tho Electoral Boll or
Voting List by adding new names thereto
or striking oil tho names of such voters as
have died, removed or otherwise become
disqualified, at the Tramways Co.'s Build
ing, at Kapalama, as follows:
On WEDNESDAY, Sspt. 28, 1802, from
7 to 9 i'. m. ;
On THURSDAY, Sjpt. 20, 1802, from
10 !) 1 M.
M. B. COLBUBN.
Chairman 5th District, 1st Precinct.
Honolulu, Sept i8, lfei. 53l-2t
OVflVG TO DEPARTURE FROM THE
Ki.igdom the undersigned requests
his debtors to make immediate payment
of their debts to Mr. H. Lose.
A. It. ROWAT, V. S.
Honolulu, Sept. 28, 1802. ' 531-lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Mutual Telephone Co. held this day,
the following gentlemen were duly elected
to servo as ollleers for tho ensuing year:
President. Hon. H. A. Widemann,
Vice-Prcident.. . Hon. C. R. Bishop,
& I . . Hon. C. 0. Berger,
Auditor Hon. W. F. Allen.
Messrs. F. A. Schaefer, W. Q. Irwin, Cecil
Brown, S. C. Allen and the above-named
ofllceis ex officii).
V. O. BEIIOER,
Honolulu, Sept. 28, 1802. 53l-lw
Honolulu l1ire Dqiartnid
MEMBERS OF THE DEPARTMENT
entitled to vote for Nobles at the
Special Election to bo held on October 1th
next, aro requested to call at the Tax Col
lector's Oillce, In Kapuaiwa Building, next
to Aliiolanl Halo, and ask for exemption
cortidcates. Such certificates to bo pro
duced on election day before tho Inspctors
to avoid trouble.
533-3t Secretary H. F. I).
L. .1. Lkvkv,
Saturday Evening, October 1st,
AT 8 O'CLOCK,
A GRAND ENTERTAINMENT
Concert, Ledum & Slereopticon Views
Will Le given for tho Benefit of tho
Organ Fund of tho
Nev; Ccmtral Union Church
Assisted by the following Ladles and flen.
tleiuou nnd the
ROYAL HAWAIIAN BAND,
MISS LOUISE F.DALE,
MISS SUSIE A. YOUNG,
MISS BERTHA B. YOUNfl,
HON. JOSEI'II MARSDEN,
MB. OEO.C. POTTER,
Mil. 0. HEDEMAN,
AND MHMIIKHS OF Till:
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB.
Box 1'lnii for Reserved Seals will
bo open at the oillce of L. J. Ixsvoy on
Wednesday morning.' Sopt, 28th, ut 0
Messrs. Kiiiy Bros, are shnwiiuj ufine
line oj Jiumbott nnd other style Parlor
Enseh, Wall Brackets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices to meet the times.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Blook., Fort Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
BENSON, SMITH fc GO.
Copperas, CMoride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanifas,
113 & 115 Fort St.,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmami St., Ground Floor,
LAKGlii ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS !
' ' ;i J , ., ' : ; ,
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, , .Crown. Derby, Wedgewood and Other
Fine Show of Glassware, Iyoryware, Bohemian Vases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
This Space is Reserved
f o p.
104 Wort Street, Honolulu..
Temple of Fashion
CORNER OF 3i"ORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"Wo Just R.oeiveca
3Srw IDress Goods,
Xuaciies Bedford Caps,
Belts, ILjeSitest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH & CO,'
Honolulu, H. I.