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THEY OOMK HOKE HAPPY.
TAX OFFICE NOTICE
All Personal Tnis, that Is, foil Tai,
Itoatl Tax imJ School Tax, shall ho due
and payable on ami after the 1st day o(
In case of Pergonal Taxes due and no
paid on the l?t day of August, If no pr
tonal property can he found whereon to
distrain the Assessor may and is hereby
authorized to cause the arrest and deten
tion of the person of such tax payer by and
under a warrant Issued and Mgned by the
Assessor or his deputy to show cause, If
ny ho has, why be should not be sen
tenccd to be lmprloned at hard labor until
he discharge the amount of said tax and
costs as by law provided.
No exemptions shall be allowed from
Pertonal Taxes unlets the parties c'n'inlnj;
such exemption shall notify the Assessor
of the Division during the month of July
cf each year of such claims and the grouuds
thereof. JONATHAN SHAW,
Approved: Assessor Ut Division.
J. A. Kl.no,
Minister of Plnanco ad nlttim.
The attention of Magistrates and others
Is called to Section 3 of Article i of the
Constitution of the ItepnMic, wherein It l
required that the style of all procuses shall
be "The Hepubllc of Hawaii," and all pro
Muttons shall bo carried on In the name
and by the authority of the It-public of
Hawaii. A. F.JUIH).
Judiciary Uutldlng, July 13, t'Jl.
Hawaiian Singers Back from Chi
cgo and tho Midwinter Fair.
The evcloram.i quartet composed
of Hast Kalinin, J. M. Bright, John
towards and R. Jones, returned
home on the S. S. Australia this
morning. Thoy made a very success
ful tour of tho State, and return in
the best of health. Iti Chicago, East
Kahulu says, they had a glorious
time, aud made heaps of uiouey, but
it was all "blown in." It was the in
tention of tlmlr manager to take the
quartet to Germany, an offer having
been made, but one of thorn object
ed and they camu homo. They sang
at the cyclorama at tho Midwinter
Fair. In a few mouths tho cyclo
rama is to be taken to England
wliero it will iw exhibited, aim it is
probable that tho singers will havo a
chance to "blow in" a fow s. and d.
Other Hawaiian singers who have
returned are V. Mauaole, the
warbler, D. Kahanamoku, Papahinu
aud Kapua, also Opu, tho surf rider,
and his wifo.
Haiititi jurtwin Ci. LJ I
She Jlnili! iUiUftin.
tV-dQtd to wither Srcl n forij,
Hut Eitabllthtd for the Btnffit of All.
SATURDAY, JULY 14, IbM.
"FATHEH" CASTLE DEAD.
"Father" S. N. Castle, the vcuura
ble patriarch and once active man
of private aud nublic affairs, is dead.
Samuel North rup Castle was born
iu Caeuovla, New York Slate, ou
August 12, IrW. Ho was very poor
during youth aud what education he
got was at intervals between times
of hard work. He read aud studied
and having a very good memory he
retained the knowledge tliita gained.
He finally advanced himself by per
severance- to the position of teacher.
Dot-eloping a business capacity ho
e ii oKc"mial .Ss'and lj U.mtln II
later occupied the position of cashier , ' t LoL u Sua,! w
iu a bank at Cleveland, Ohio, iu ISM. fc" ' J , l " '
In tho April of tho following year ho
was seut out to tho Hawaiian Islands
by tho American Board of Missions
as financial agent, aud held the posi
tion as such until IbtW. He was a
member of the Congregational
Church from early years. About
1800. in conjunction with A. S.
Cooke, Mr. C'astlo established the
mercantile house of Castle & Cooke,
of which firm he contiuued a mem
ber until tho time of his death.
About 18RI failing health compelled
his partial withdrawal from active
busiuehs, but he never failed to show
interest in tho commercial and po
litical affairs of tho country. During
tho roigns of Katuohameha 111. and
IV. ho porfonned valuable services
aud was regarded by the chiefs
down to King Kalakaua as a strong
frioud of Hawaii. Mr. Castle was
elected to tho presidency of tho
Legislature of ltWl aud 18(15 and
afterwards, during the reigu of Kala
kaua, was a uiomlwr of the Homo of
Nobles until ill health compelled his
resignation. Ho was succeeded by
H. A. itlcuuauu. Ho occupied a
eat in the 1'rivy Council duriug the
reigns of Kamehameha V., Lunalilo
and Kalakaua. When the troubles
arose during Luualilo's timo ho bo
came conviuced that tho time was
fast approaching when tho best in
terests of Hawaii demanded that tho
country should be uudor tho control
of another aud stronger power. Ho
believed the political and commercial
alvatiou of Hawaii was iu auuexa
tion. Siuce that time ho has consis
tently held to that belief us tho best
During health he had always beon
actively concerned with the busiuess
affairs of the country and assisted
in developing tho sugar industry,
when mauy others believed it was a
failure. Ho was one of the find
members of the Royal Hawaiian
Agricultural Society. Ho was a
member of the trustees of the
Queon's Hospital from its founda
tion in 1811 till 1881, during which
time he held tho position of trea
surer. He was au original member
and for many years was president of
the Luauiber oi commerce, no was
also au original member of the
Sailors' Homo Society and many
other public institutions. People
thought they couldn't do without
him. For more than teu years he
has beon very seldom on the street
excepting in the family carriage
owing to ill-health. His end was
quiet, and at 8:U0 o'clock thin morn
ing be pasgod away. Before old age
overtook him he was very vigorous
and active. His first wife tiled iu
1811, leaving au infant child, now
Mrs. E. G. Hitchcock. He married
his present wife in 1812 and cele
brated bis goldou wedding iu 1S'J2.
He leaves surviving oight children
and sixteen grandchildren, nearly
all residing iu Honolulu, his sous
aud daughters being promiueut iu
useful stations and beuofioia! activi
ties. The funeral will tako place at t
o'clock to-morrow afternoon from
tho family residence, King street,
an(J the interment will be in Kawnl
abao Cemetery, where tho old mis
siouaries havo been laid to rest. The
principal mercantile limine.", includ
ing the banks, cloned to-day out of
respect to tho deceased missionary
J, W. Chapman caters for Itnu
quod, Socials, Private Dinner Par
ties, Wedding or Garden Parties,
etc, He will bo pleased to call upon
any ladles or gentlemen who will
kindly address him through the
Fire in a Coal Heap.
A firo was discovered by several
young lads, frequenters of tho city
iront, shortly alter l o clock this af
ternoon, in tho coal pile owned by
Wilder's Steamship Co. near the
Claudine wharf. An alarm was seut
in aud No. 2's engine was almost im
mediately on thu scone. Tho chem
ical engiuo turned on a. stream, but
did no good. Engine No. 1 put on
two streams of water from tho bay
aud tho firo laddies aro earning their
wages as tho Bulletin goes to press.
The pile is smouldering, tho amoko
coming through tho top of tho pile.
Spontaneous combustion is tho causo,
aud tho job of extinguishing tho fire
is good for two days at least.
LOCAL AMD GENERAL NEWS.
Ail Americau lady, who arrived by
tho Australia advortises for employ
ment. Samuel Parker left for Washing
ton with H. A. Widemanu, J. A.
Cummins aud Major Seward.
It is probable that tho stoppage
of railway tralllc iu tho States will
alTect the early traveling intentions
of a good many residents and visit
ors in those islauds.
Lewis J. Levey will sell tho valua
ble library of the late Dr. Trousseau
at his salesroom at IU o'clock ou
Moudav. It is a rare collection aud
uo doubt there wilt be mauy eager
Acrordiui: to a utnii in the Kx.tuil
be saying, "It's an ill wind that
A series of lectures ou tho "Anato
my of the Body," will bo given at
Harmony Hall, King street, by Mrs.
C. A. Galloway of San Fraucisco, to
women ouly, commencing July 10,
at il o'clock p. iu. All ladles are cor
dially invited. Admission free.
fY AN AMKItlt'AN I.ADV
IJ Nursiini I.I jilt lliiu.c Work.
t are of
III uu hntfl sh-s4 tk-
Children or N'aIiii!.
U1! fttlllllV. No lllll-Cllllll
App'y.No XI llerctunln atrect.
A KUt.L BUIM'l
Mio pieuiy inure ou the- way
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
arTKMCI'HONKb M -W
Office & Wakkhouhk:
Corner Queen and Nimami
iv" j m mt
LV i' TA aW M m MM
I'EU S. S. "AUSTRALIA.'
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
FOR SAN HtANClSCO.
1KB A) HTBAMriillr1
Wll.l, l.l.AVK HONOLULU
niK Tllk AUOVk I'll 111 UN
Saturday, July 21st,
Tim unlttrltMicil are now iiritiinml to
iHkiiu 'J'lirouuli 'I'lfkftn front tliU (at) to nil
Milnuli. thu llnlU'l htiituM.
gtf lrr flirt Ix-r uirtlcular ri('r(lliiK
KrulKlil or l'iuui(o, apply lo
WM. O. IUWIN i Co., lo,
tWJXJl Qsnvral Autt.
Tuesday, July U, 18H
We have unpacked our wash
stands and bath tubs from the
Standard Manufacturing Co.,
and are well pleased with them.
You can find others of the same
style and quality in large es
tablishments but they have
never been shown here before.
We bring to Honolulu a stock
from which you may select what
you want without having to de
pend upon a catalogue or the
judgment of your friends
abroad. A gentleman remark
ed to us yesterday that a friend
of his has the finest bathroom
he ever saw. The information
did not surprise us because we
furnished the pool, and we have
the article that will make an
other bathroom look just as
elegant. We have, in addi
tion to tubs and pools, closets
of the latest patterns and im
provements; we have wash
stands either corner or wall,
and in enamel ware or mar
ble. We have very beautiful
nickel plated towel racks and
soap dishes made by the same
company and which harmonize
with the fittings on the tubs.
There is no reason why the
fittings of a bathroom should
receive less attention tnan tne
decorations in a parlor. True
enough it is nut used as a place
for lounging in but it is a spot
at which most people take a
great deal of comfort. The
idea that the bath tub may be
poked in the darkest corner of
the house has given away with
other things to the march of
progress, the larger and
brighter the room tin: better
for sanitary arrangements.
Another mistake is to put the
tub in a corner; place it far
enough from the wall to allow
walking around it and enable
the housekeeper to maintain a
policy of cleanliness. Wher
ever bath tubs and wash stands
are under the old order of
things there you will find
roaches; with our bath tubs
made entirely of metal and
raised from the floor they will
never be. Our wash stands
are made so that every part is
"get-at-able" with broom or
brush. Some are made of
iron and enamelled to imi
tate marble and it is so well
done that it is difficult to tell
the difference; the marbletops
to the more expensive ones
are beautiful specimens of the
product of the Tennessee quar
ries; with the nickel plated
trimmings that go with them
they make handsome pieces
for anv room. Take it all in
all we have the bath goods the
people want, people who like
to scratch their backs without
having to clean their finger
For the past week we have
had a man adjusting our Sew
ing Machines and putting them
in condition for delivery at the
homes of the people who want
"Wertheims," the only sewing
machine made that will make
three different stitches without
changing the thread or needle.
The action is perfect and the
adjustment as perfect as a sew
ing machine can be made "no
Hood's Sar.saparilla feeling"
after running a "Wertheim,"
the bearings are so regulated
that a child can run the ma
chine without feeling fatigued.
When you are buying a ma
chine just consider that in
ours you get something that
will sew three stitches without
changing the shuttle, for less
money than you will pay in
other places for a plain every
day sewing machine.
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Oomer Fort As Hotel Sts.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO'S
TTOXJ CLA-IST BXJTT
From luigc and varied Htoek the undersigned would draw
purticulur attention to thu following:
CompriHing California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middling, Oats, Corn.
KS hi addition to our tisual stock of these we are now
currying Washington Bran, Oat and Rolled Barley.
These are each poshebscd of strong feeding properties aud
are well worth a trial by all interested iu stock.
" "Mmmm v" "- Waihingtoa 8late.
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powders!
Not Limited to One Package Either. Get All Too Want,
ORDWAY & PORTER
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Fort ft Nnoanu.
1 -alftftjrl lb at1t
I li. Mat uir
3k, fw, li i wr Mi.
LavriHK)l nr, li it iur.
Ktiglltb liMrj . vi lit '.tf.
HAM, HACON, UHKhHH
Harrcli uJ Half Uarri
''I'lonccr," Kolw II uu. aiitl iit.
i A Ahull nnlf ut IIl. l.ntn.U
We have Juh1 Received from San FranciNoo pur Bnrkentinu
'Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Onk ami (if the Wry Utf,t Doilm. Aim),
KiUiiitun fhblfK all Uri with Chairs anil 8ldfbonl to uiatoti
We have a couilrtn Block of these good.
Divan ov-ril with i'ortlfrn are th latent IhlriifoiiU
We have thaiii In
J T ttortuu'a Kbtfliah Orouertoa,
Ore A BUckwtill'a EugUah Orooerlwa,
Uibby. McNeil ft Llbby'a Canned llwia,
Richardson & Bobbln'a Oannwd
l't, !hl- alio llf.xt
7K ami Ift li '-IIR00MS-
A large variet)
I itrowu Wiappiua
WICKER WARE I
We have beautiful iti-nlHtm of thfie Kodt, coiialiftiiK of Bofai, Cbalra, KoeVera. Kt
Ku. You ran Kftthebe Hood Iu any Qnlih yoa ilealre.
Parioi t'bnlrH. Jllriiiiicrooiu i'IihIm, ItookliiR Chnlra. OfUiHi Chair. Ilpho.iurwt Cli
HlKh riialra. Klo., feta.
Cribs and Cradlesn
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
liAKOK Bl'OUKB OK
I'liiiiiiiiiiiu mtAi Uimn, Dry Mi
I.WAVr HH HAND
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
KwongSingLoyi SING LOY,
lrur ortnintof Wovnn Wire MntlrcfiMv, fiprlne, llalr. Moia, Wool and 8trw M
tri'useii on hand and made to order.
1.1 VK KKHK r KATHKIIH AND SII.IC KI.OHH KOU l'll.LOWH,
WI.N)0V8IIAI)i:s IN AM. COLOUR ANJ) HIJ5K8,
COH.NIOK 1MI.KS IN WOOD Oil HIUBH TKIMMINOB
iiHircssss. - Loiiiipii - ail - Oiolsteriiil Wore
IIKI'AlUK.l) AT KKAHONAHI.K HATKH.
Cabinet Makiug iamiH Branches by Competent Workmen
m. We iitukf a HiiHdal feMtiiro of INTKltlOlt DKCOllATINU. TbU Dopartmant
I uuunr hip erniiimi M(erviiim in mu. .jkukuk uuuwav.
V All onrOooda are rimt-olaHi and from th very latent Denlgna. A vUlt wfl ''
onnvliioe the most Mkuiuicul.
Oar Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
(07 KlDg St., "TLumu Bluet"
Sl-99 Kills 81.. aetr Miaaikai Si.
Malum Tele m P. 0. Boi 207. s Mutual Tele. 686. P. 0. Box 207.
Bmli. 525 TRLBPBONES Mutual 64P
ORDW A Y& PORTER.
OiihioMO, JfipuitH8i and Indian (iu.ni.-!
Iiirliaii S'iIUh, LttccB und Liiicnb,
lapuncHc Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls aud Scurt'b,
GriwH Cloth, Hattun Chairs, Etc., Ktc.
rA Complete T.V1LOKING ESTABLISHMENT
with CmnpL'ttMit CutttTH und a complete line of English und
Aiiifiicaii Suitingrt. Peiieet fit guuruntced.
(JAHHMKHI'.H, MNKNH, LAWN8, MUHL1NM
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
- SOMBT11ING NEW JUST OUT
'IVuiirfH. Viil'iHi.-B, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Ete.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street,
FER, 3. S. "C3-A.H3LIO.''
By Lewia J. Lovoy.
EXEGUTOH'S SALE OF THE
01 the Lata Dr. Trousseau.
I mn limriU'ted hv Mi-Mrs. llruro C.irt
wri;ht and II. V. Muliiiyr, Kurut ir of
tin KslntH of thu IuIh l)r Trmi.M uu, to
null at 1'ulilio Auction, ut my bulo-rooniH,
On MONDAY, .Inly lOlh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
, The Wholu of thu Vulittitilu l.llir.iry IiuIuiik
I Ini; to mill Liluif, coiii-WiIiik of
Eogltsb and French Medical, Scientific,
Botanical and tUtorlcal Works.
And u laru niiinhbrof
French Novels by Eminent Authors.
vuliliililn rolli'ction urn
TN Till: MATTKIt OK TUB K8T.'
X of !' S I'll
Uuvc made anolhur Lnrge Tmpoitation of
t4k- Thn iiIhiVk
now on viuu.
Hiwti'-n Htriware Co., L'd
tlp4lt rirwtkr' illlk i
'MY1 Wlli'V STlfWWT,
El. COM ETA
l I'hiiiii'ii fur a
lArgo Asfjortmont of ShapoH and Bizou.
For Sule Iq Bond or Duty Paid Cor. Fort It MorchvDt Streets.
nun I inuli In lirriiinu
luuiniKcr. I oiiliili'ii'iiil nil ri rniiiiliiil im
ini'dliiii'ly, Aililn" lili irliTiiiii'".' M
No. I," Unmix nilli'i' 11.' .it
All kimh uf Ciiiiiiinriiiil I'timiwi
pron.jilly fwxitui ill 0,'i mlrt nl (',
I 'Uitl.iU lif"
the Circuit Court of the Fir'1
Circuit, Hawaiian Island.
tA'll'. ilrrcnvd liilesiat'
o million und llllnj! tho IViition "'
1'IUaliftli Keiinunluii 1'ruti, adnilnUtrairlz
of thu liiio( F, B. l'nui, ilervaurd In
tfttilu, prii Iiik forun order of oaleof cor
t til ii ri-iil i-aiatM ht'lonijliii; to a!d decedent,
In) nc thu premise ut Waiklki, Honolulu,
OiiIiii. lUn'rllieil In iked from K. H. Allen
to I'', ri. I'rutt, rcuiinled in Hook 37, pages
'.'.". und 'JJJ, mid deed from ll.Ulleit'i !'. d.
I'rutt reuuriled in Hook 61, piines 2UI and
'.H', und Mittlng forth ci rioln lejtol reidona
why micIi rcul VKtu'orhould huhohl. to-wlt:
Thut the pernonu pru'rty of tmid Kstata
U not Miliiulont lo puv thu duhta thereof.
It U herliy ordered, that htlm of the
i-iijil ilei'i'ilent, und nil pemons intereited in
tliuMiM i-Kiutu, iiiipeiir liefore this Court on
MONIIAV, thn Tenth duy of Heptember,
A. 1). IMH.nt IU o'clock a. m.. at the Court
1 ItiHim of iIiIh Conn, In Honolulu, then and
I thi'iii In hIiow riiuie why an order vhould
nut I Kraiilud for I lie kuId' of fiuh otau.
Dated Honolulu, 11. I., July (I, Ib9l.
Clurk Circuit Court l'irat Circuit,
I 1077 at oaw
I Estate ot Joseph H. Lovejoy, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
1 duly niiMiinti'd Bieout'lx ond Kxecu.
t rolth'i iilmvti li.tute, herehv noMfy all
i cmllii.Ki thereof lo pretunl their eUiuit,
I duly iiuthuutluuteii mill with the proper
viuii'iiiT, ii tiny oxit, even u tiicoiaim n
h'imii'iI In ninrliiiiKe ui'ou reul unlaie, lu
IIimii within lx liiomht fruiii ilat hereof,
III Hie nlhi'K of l.ovj y A Ci., No. in. .Nun
nun lrel, IIoiioiiiIii, rr nulilolalnu lll
he forever Imtred, und ull aikMi llulnhled
lo Mild IMnliiiirollolllled to niuku llilluo
iIIiiik iMMi.tnt hi mid lul nunivd pure.
.1111,1 KTIi:t. I.OVBJOY,
r.neouirlx und Burulor of the fcUte of
JukUpli II I.OWJOV, decued.