Newspaper Page Text
- 9 - ' "Ti' T- "
TAX O STICK NOTICE.
All IVmoual Taxpn, that In, Poll Tax,
Road Tax ami School Tax, xhall bo due
and payable on and after the t day ol
In case ot I'eriontl Taxes dnn and un
paid on the 1st day of August, If no pcr
aonal property can be found whereon to
distrain the AxKsior may and l hereby
authorized to cause thu atreU and iletcti
tlon of the person of such tax payer by and
nnder a warrant issued and tlgncd by the
Assessor or bis deputy to show cause, If
any he has, why he should not Ik sen
tenccd to bo Imprisoned at hard labor until
he discharge the amount of said tax and
coMs as by law provided.
No exemptions shall be allowed from
Personal Taxes unless the parties c aiming
such exemption shall notify the Assessor
of the Division during the month of July
cf each year ot such claims and the grounds
thereof. JONATHAN SHAW,
Approved: Assessor 1st DWWon.
J. A. Koto,
Minister of Finance n( Interim.
ship to rerrain from all vengeful
violonco and wanton intachiof. Upon
the dogreo of promptitude aud pre
cision with which the authorities
shall utterly suppress the lawless
ness raging, at latest accounts, in
Chicago will depend tho reputation
of the Uuited States for stablo gov
ernment. That such lawlessness
will be ultimately suppressed there
is little reason to doubt, but if the
accomplishment bu unduly delayed
the peaceable people of Chicago aud
other largo cities will not feel as
sured against tho recurrence of simi
lar disorders ou future favoring oc
casions. If the question of State
sovereignty, which has arisen be
tween President Cloveland and Gov
ernor Altgold in presence of blazing
properly and slaughtered persons,
has to bo settled in the courts or by
protracted correspondence before
order is restored, then Chicago is to
be pitied and the United States is
confronted with the problem of a
readjustment of the relations be
tween the Federal and the State
authorities, which it had beou fond
ly hoped wore definitely settled by
the war of tho rebellion. The Presi
dent seemingly was taking the sensi
ble view of the matter, namely, that
ordor should be restored first and
the constitutional question settled
afterward. As Lincoln said, when
criticised for straining tho constitu
tion in his efforts to suppress the
rebellion, ho preferred to save the
Union before tho Constitution. Gov
ernor Altgold angrily protested to
tho President that tho forces of the
State of Illinois were quite adequate
to the preservation of order, but,
Oliver Mowat has been Premier I when tho latest intelligence by last
of Outario, tho Chief Province of mail closed, Chicago's sky was light
Canada, continuouslr for tweutv two ! ed with an iocondiary glare, aud its
' - i .... ...
Mian Harilwaro M
The attention ot Magistrates and others
Is called to Section 3 of Article 02 of the
Constitution of the Republic, wherein It l
required that the style of all proo sses shall
be "The Republic of Hawaii," and all pro
secutions shall be carried on In the name
and by the authority of the Republic of
Hawaii. A. K.J U HI).
Oh Iff Justice.
JudlcUry HullJlng, July 13, IsUI.
ftcdued to neither Sect nor tuny,
Hut KttablUhfd for the BervM of All
MONDAY, JULY 16, MM.
years, aud his administration uas
just been sustained in the elections
for another tenu, tie is a Liberal
in politics. Instead of a debt tho
Provinco has a surplus, and it it no
wonder the people stay by OHvr.
Much if not most of the expected
benefit to Hawaii anticipated from
tho restoration of a duty on sugar
by the Uuited States Congress,
would appoar to bo rendered nuga
tory by the action of the Senate on
the final passage of tho bill in that
body. An amendment was parsed
which, whilo abrogating the recipro
city clause of the McKiuloy bill,
kopt in force all existing treaties un
dor that clause. This leaves Hawai
ian sugar to compote on equal terms
with tho German beet aud Cuban
and other Spanish countries' cane
poople's slumbers wore disquietful
from gloomy forebodings of the
morrow. As to the strike proper, it
is to bo hoped that a peaceful settle
ment may bo reached. What is
wanted is commanding leadership
on behalf of the nation at largo to
bring about arbitration of tho dis
pute. Groat Britain aud tho United
States have given sevoral object les
sons to the world of the stttlomont
of grave international differences by
peaceful arbitration. Lord Rose
bery, sometime before he came to
the Premiership of Great Uritain,
had suflli'ieut influence to have the
same beneficent principle applied to
social war, with tho result of com
posing a most disastrous coal uiiuera'
strike that had inflicted untold loss
upon untioual interests and diro dis
tress upon thousands of working
mon and their families.
THE GREAT STRIKE.
It would be hard to conceive of a
more presently calamitous or pros
pectively disastrous industrial situa
tion than that which exists in tho
United States. Whilo manufactur
ing industry is still prostrated
throughout large sections by a for
midable coal millers' strike, all the
important railway routes are closed
by a strike of the Americau Railway
Union. Tho euormous loss from tho
stoppage of mail, freight and pas
senger trafllo is a staggering fuct
enough, but the wanton destruction
of millions of dollars' worth of rail
way and other property by anarchists
in Chicago, who have long been
waiting for such an opportunity, is
ven more deplorable in its exposure
of the unreadiness of constituted
authority to cope with a serious
nergency. There ia really nothing
auprisiug in the strike itself, im
mense and damaging although it is,
almost beyond approximate estima
tion. It is simply in proportion to
the magnitudinous extout of Ameri
can railway enterprise. Tho labor
necessary to operate the tnauy thou
sands of miles of railway constitutes
a large army in itself, aud, with any
degree of unity for tho protection
of mutual interests iu the different
systems, this army can easily compel
the capital owning these groat arte
ries of traffic to consult labor boforo
doing auytbiug that adversely affects
the recompense of labor. Whilo it
may bo opeu to discussion whether,
as iu the present conflict, the workers
for a single corporation might uot
better have leeu aided in their strug
gle than by a general railway strike,
involving the interests of the gen
eral pulilio so disastrously, it
would Iw hasty to conclude that
the railway uiou have uot tho right
of their own judgment as to
the means to be employed for
aiding their fellow-workers of Pull
man. That they have the sympathy
of tho public in & large degree is
evident from the voluminous news
paper reports to hand. They have
been defended from many pulpits
and they have the support of in
fluential journals. Their follow
couutrymen enrollod in the militia
have iu some cases simply doaliuod
to suppress them by force when
brought forward to suppress their
acts of interference with the work
ing of tho lines. The case appears
to be infinitely different, however,
with the lawless elements let
loose in Chicago. Leaders of the
strikers repudiate the anarchical
actions of those elements, aud the
President of the American Hallway
Ufilon adjure th whole number-
OO TO THE ANCHOR SALOON.
WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, MAN
ngr f 'h Anchor rinloou, Is keep
ing up with th tltii. At tlm Anchor you
can "wt't jourvyn' with an Oyster Cock
tal ntnl wii-li It ilown with a Frederick
ttrg llrer U) ktcr Cocktail a nfeclalty.
'pilB ANNUAL .MKKTINO OK THK
JL llotRimr UMnihunnrm will be held
THURSDAY, tlu) I 'Jill lust., ntJoVluuk
r.M , at the Room ot the Chamber of Coin
merer. Ituilnens of Imi'ortuiii'o.
1041-31 Acting Spcretaiy.
NOTICE IB HKRKUY OIVF.N THAT
all Hills of tliren or more luoitlis old,
luo the umle sluned. if not paid by Auk,
i, loji.vwu ue i) in con in int. nanus oi an
atiorm-y fur collection
M. 8. LEVY.
17 ROM THIS DATE, 0. K. HOF
: KACKKlt Is uloneaulhurlted tiidraw
limits or to give orden for Mer.handlhe
or (jup)illeH on behnlf of the Hawaiian
I'oMxrHriAi. iV Hrmu Comtamy.
DIE HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL
C. A SrHrrxeu,
July 10, IMtl 10s1-IOt
Supeiior Household Furniture
At Private Sale!
1 httvu for sulu I private contract
The Superior Household Furniture
All In Excellent Condition,
Contained iu a Cottage on the I'laltu, ulu
ablu for a small family.
gW Kor particular, apply to
I,. J. LEVEY,
Corner Tort and ijiifun otrueti.
TO INVESTORS, COFFEE PLAN
TERS AND OTHERS !
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
T HAVE FOR BALE
J. Viiiluy, 2U Milus from
At'ltKH of LA Ml In rcc Kltuple, planted
with ubout MANAS A IKKEri and
well mJniitud fur a CDKKKE I'l.AMW-
TIO, n Au'fi nrn utidi-r Luhu at n rental
ol $ l.'i p' r ninutli mIiIi I3yer to run an
uliundiiiii'u of water from tliu mountains,
iiIno, ft Workiiiif Hnrixixuiid MiiIph, llrnkn
and imall Cottuuu, uud KurmliiK Impll
menu IV I'nr further particular, ripply to
L. J. LEVEY,
Corner Fort and Queen Htreeti.
TV JWIv HIUU, 60 wU wr month.
Saturday, July 14, 1X9.
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 than the
decorations in a parlor. True
enough it is not 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 inarch of
progress; the larger and
brighter the room the 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 ttibs 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
arc 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 any 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 Sarsaparilla feeling"
after running a "Werthcim,"
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
HOLLISTER DRUG CO'S
YOU O.A.3ST BUTT
Benson, Smith h Co.'s,
Corner F'ort. As Hotel Sta.
From u large und varied ntock the undersigned would l
particular utU'tition to the following:
Comprising California Uay, Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling, Oats, Corn.
Not Limited to One Package Either. Get All Yon Want.
ORDWAY & PORTER
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Fort & Nnuanu.
(n addition to our umial ntock of tlioMC wontv now
currying Washington Bran, Oatn and Holli'd Barley.
ThoHe are each poHHctwed of strong feeding properties and i
ure well worth a trial by all interested in utock. .
California! an j
WaihUgtoa State, i
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
F L O XJ "&
I i i ninr.
l, A, tO M' tNM
Urerpool 0rne, IK ti
Kiiglliib Italry. th Irt
nnair ha lt
HAM. HAtUlN, OHHHSH
tiarreli ml Half rtarrw
"Pioneer," l"Vlr' it. un- ml ii-m.
A rholf nnM) uf Mltiir hmu.u
We hitvc .hint Ki'ccived from Sun Fruucixco pur Barkentine
"Planter" the LnrgcHt AHxortincnt of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Hull't Oak ami of the Very Utt Denlgn. A loo.
Kttiioti Tattles oil Mnt with Chair ami SMtlxutntt to match
Wh have a complete hUick uf tlieia goat.
W haw tlmm in
IMrn miTerKl with I'ortlem are tie laloi.tthlnir.niiL
J T tturtou'a Kuffltah UrtiCMrlM,
QrixM ft BUokwolTa Bugllah QrootrlMa,
Llbby. MoNoll k Ubby'a 0nnd Mmum.
ttinhardaon A Bobbin CitimMl
I'm, Taht ami lit
7H ii J lt lr mum.
A lare vni
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
liAUUB BTOCKb OK
Filiation iSupiiiies. Hardware. Dry Go,
WICKER WARE I
W b bcaatllut iImIkha ot these Rutxli, cotil4tlnt ol Bofai, Chain), Kookrra, Kc
Kto. You can put thtie riukIk In any Unlah joa ilexlrw.
I'arlnr ehatra. Dlnliiir-room 'lmlr, KockliiK !lmlra. Ofliro Chalm. DpIioLuM Ctial.,
UIkIi i Ualri, Ku-., Kto.
Cribs and Cradles!
v BBDDiisra- -.-
Iarx 4Mirriniii uf Woven '.Vlro MnttreMit,8iritm, Hair, Miv,, Wo.il ami btraw Mau
trnisea on hanil mill made to onler.
I.IVKdhKHK fKATHKIIB ANDHII-K K1.0SH KOH PIl.LOWB.
S'INIMV HIIADKH IN A1.I.COI.OKU ANDB1ZK8,
tMUNKlK I'OI.KH IN WOOD OK MtHBTKIMMINUB.
ii.vsaVH or. HANU
Theo. H. Davies te Co., L'd.
KwongSingLoyI SING LOY,
(07 KlQI St.. "Tootnn Blork."
Ot-as ItBK Sl., near lioDikn it.
Mutual Tele, m
P. 0. Box 207. 'Mutual Tele. 686. P. 0. Boi 207.
UKI'AlUKll AT KKAHItNAIILK KATKM.
Cabinet Making iiin. Branches by Competent Workmen
tajfc. NV maku a sixvlal feature ot INTKttlUll IitiCOKATlNO.
ia uiiUer tUn er.oiml miiwrvUiou of Mr. Ukiihuk Oauwv.
tfkv- All our Oootls are tirst-uUia ami from the very
(-unvliK't the mon keiii,al.
Utft DaalKUa. A vl.lt fll
Oar Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual G 15
OKI) VV A r & rOKTER.
Jhiti(;re, lHiaiit)Sij and luduin
liitlian Silks, Lucch und LiiuniR,
lupuneHu CrapcH, ChincRo Matting,
Silk llandkoruhici'B, SIiuwIh and Seurfh,
(Jiiws Cloth, Rattan ChuiiH, Etc., Etc
rgA CoimilMto TAILORING EST.VHLLS1IMENT
with Compi'ti'iit Gultcirt mid a complete line of English and
Aiiii'iifan Suitingrt. lVrfect fit guurantced.
OAHHMKUK8, 14NKNB, 1.AWN8, MUBI.1NH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
TrimliH, Valini!H, Willow Ware,
Tabic ClothH, Oil Cloth, Ktc. Mtn.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
FER. S. S. "0-A.H13L.IO."
In the Circuit Court of tho First
Circuit Hawaiian Ielauils. In
Probato At Chambors.
TN TUB MATTKIt OKTHK
IX nf (i. TKOIIHSIO.VII illi.ls (lilllllli:s
i I'JIll.ll'l'i; TIliillpbiKAU, of Jiiiiiul.ilti,
I III buIiI lluuiilliiii InIiiiiJk, ilrofiiMil. Ureter
I of lii'iirliiK mill liiilillcutluu of nutluu fur
' A Duuutmtiit iinrportlnu to ho the l.nst
i Will uml 'IVntiiinuiit of (li'iir;u I'mux-cim
othurwinx knnnii un (forfn l'hilliiiu
1 iDUM-fiiii, ili'oeuNL'iI, lmviliK on tliu Vth
Uluyof Muy, A. 1. iwil. hiun uruNfiilml 10
, wihl 1'rnliiiU' I'niirt, uml u petit Inn for tho
' rromuu iiiiti-oi, iiiiii lur iiiu issiiiini'ii ol
FOR SAN KRANCISCO.
THK Al 8TEAMHHIP
lttnra Tvntninu lury to llrmu Ciinwilulit k ' A TT i T P A I I
uml Himh U. Muliityru, ImviiiK hci-u Illt.I i. U O X 11 iV lj 1 X
Have made another Large Importation ot
ItrAiiila nf LA
Hawaiian Hardware Co., I.'d
OpiMMlU Hprwkala1 MlrMk
JVr7 Vimr STKWKT.
I lttniH Tfitiiinu lury to llriieu luriwilulit
I mm hum
It Ih horchy onlfr'eil, that Kit II) V, tliu
Him Uuy of AllUIlM, A. 1). Ib!ll, lit HI ii'uloi'k
a u. of kiilil ihiy.iit tliu Court Itooiu of
1 Mild Court, it Jiniiiiliilii, Islmiil of ttuhii,
Hunuliiin UlmiiU. bu uml tliu ninio hurutiy
Uupiointi'il tliutlinu uml jiliiru for proV' ,
Iiik kulit Will uml lif.irl. a iiiii uiiilli'utlun. '
' It Is fiirilicronliTuil, iliut tioiu-u thuri'uf !
Ijt'Kiv n by MililliMllini, f r II huccus-iIvo !
' HW'k", III tliu Wl.l.KI.V JU'I.I.CT N. IllilVtf-
' iiuni-r iiulilli-lii'il lii Honolulu, tliu last null.
iliMtlnli to In.' lint lu.it thiin tun iliiyx pn
vloiu to tliu ilinu thuri'iii iiiioliiii-i for
hu.irliiK.mnl for ihrt-u tnii'ifnlvii wuekn in
tln Joiiriliil illllflcl itulu ItHiiulilioiiu 1'rau.
i'iiIm. ii lieu Kiu pur pulillnhuil in I'liria, I
Ami it Is fiirtliirnnliTcl, tlmt I'lt'itiniiN I
I iti Imuiil to tliu HilHorllilnir llnm-cd to i
:ilil Will uml to tliu hulrn ut U uml nn.t '
of kin of lint tiHiulor In tlitnr pi ii'i's ol
ronliluncu. mi far uh knoun, to iinpu.ir uml
roilti-Kl iiiu I'roliutii uf mill Will ut tliu
tllllU llppollltt'll, I
ixnuii itnnoiiiiii, ii. i,, .miiv 7. mil
II) the Court:
, , llh.NIIV K.MITII,
Cli-rk t'lrunlt Court of tliu I'lmt I Irani.
Wll.l, 1.KAVE HONOLULU
run THK AHOVK I'OUT ON
Saturday, July 31st,
Tim iiiiileriluiit;d are now prtpurtil to
Ihsiio Throiitih TiuketH from thin City to all
pointN In tliu Unitcil ritutUN.
l''(ir lurtlliT imrtioiilarit rniranllnv
PmlKln or rui-sunu, apply to
W.M. (I. IIIWIN ,V CO., L'n,
KLE0TION OF OFFI0BHB,
Large Assortment of Shapes and SIzmh
For Stir In Bond or Duty Paid Cor, Port I Mercbmt Streets.
A KIIIKTI I.Ahh
l. L'lmnco for n
LfliOtl liulll In I iiiiii
inuimnur. I oiiiliUmliil oil. rn rulUfiiul liu.
nieUlatuly, AiMii.sv.lili rufMriuu "H, M..
tiO. I," Ifl'UBIINOUlC. IU43t
T THK ANNUAL MKKTINO OY
rV llru'lum nf tliu l'ioar.n ItuiuuHu
ami I.imn Afoi'uTlnN holil in till city
July ii. Ni, tliu following iiiiutloiiiaii warn
fl' utnl uh Dlllcurn of thu An.iiuUtloii for
tliu i'n. ilinu ji'iir,
l'ruiliiit ,. .,
fi.Tuiury .. .
Truusurur.. . .
,T. V, UihIiik,
B. II. Hoio,
A. V U-ar,
J. 0. Itothwiill.
A. V. OKAH,