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TAX OFFICE NOTIOE,
All lVrjotiftl Taxei, that l, Poll Tax,
Roml Tax aiil School Tux, liall limine
ami payable on ami alter tho Iji ilay of
In caie of I'er.onil Tares ilue ami un
paid on the lit day of AilRii't, If no pr
jonal property can lie found whereon to
distrain the Asvssor may and li hereby
authorized to cause thu atrvst and deten
tion of the person of such tax payer by and
under a warrant Issued ami signed by the
Assessor or his deputy to show cause, If
any bo has, why he should not Imj sen
tenced to be iniprloned at bard tabor until
he discharge the amount of said tax and
costs as by law provided.
No exemptions shall be allowed from
Personal Taxes unless the parlies c a'mltii:
such exemption shall notify the Assessor
of tho Division during the month of July
cf each year at such claims and the grounds
thereof. JONATHAN SHAW,
Approved: Asesof 1st Division.
J. A. Kl.to,
Minister of Finance ml Interim
The attention of Magistrates and others
Is called to 8ectlon 3 of Article W of tho
Constitution of the ltepnMIc, wherein It Is
required that tho sty If of all processes shall
be "The lie public of Hawaii," and all pro
jwutlons thall be carried on In the name
and by the authority of the Uepuhlicof
Hawaii. A. K.J U l.
Judiciary Uuildiug, July 13. IMI.
ilrditd to nrithrr Ntel r i'nrt),.
Hut Ettnbllrhrd for thr Hrnttit of Alt.
TUESDAY, JULY 17,1891.
upward of 700,(XX) tons of tlio best
stool anil iron steamships in tho
world, valued at upward of rT8,000,
000. Commenting upon this finding
tho Chroniflo says that tho laws of
California require this taxation, but,
until public opinion shall demand a
change in stieh laws, tho city itsolf
can aid iu tho reduction of burdens
on shipping hy completing tho sea
wall and sjstom of docks a rapidlj
as possible. It was for this purpose
that tho Harbor Commission wa
created, but tho olllcioncy of that
body has been seriously dimin
ishod through party politics. So
says tho Chronicle iu effect and il
concludes, "It is quite time to adopt
a now course and to roliovo our ships
from tho indirect taxation which
they havo found so burdensome"
There aro especially strong reasons
why the commercial men of San
Franci'co should not delay to throw
off the embargo of party politics
obstructing tho interests of their
port. Every now and then projects
are mooted for carrying off both
steam and sail trado from San Fran
cisco to tho enterprising seaports of
tho great Northwest, as woll as to
San Diego in tho south.
NAMING OF A BATTLEFIELD.
That Known as Bunker Hill Was
Fought on Breed's Mill.
It was not Hunker Hill but Breed's
Hill where that memorable conflict
took place. Tho monument stands
on Breed's Hill. Bunker Hill is a
little higher and a little more re
mote. Tho latter was tho objective
point of tho British maneuvers.
It was partially fortified by our
forefathers. Tho ground is likewise
historic. It ulared a Dart iu the
i bloody game, but it is ono of the
Elsewhere iu this issuo is a review
curiosities of historical nomencla
ture, of which
Mil Mm Ci.. L'l!
Saturday, July 1.',, lH.
We have unpacked our wash
stands and bath tubs from tin
Standard Manufacturing Co.,
and are well pleased with them.
You can find others of the same
style and quality in large es
tablishments out 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 tht
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 havo 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
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
ffcsr AT THE
HOLLISTER DRUG CO'S
YOU 0-A.TST BUTT
Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Corner F"ort Se Hotel Sta.
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- . ..... . --.. - .. , .1 n....-, v. .....via IU--III wi ' ..
oi tuo "Pilot unart oi tho ort ra
oilic Ocean" copied from the Sau , famous uvout did not iu c
PmnUeo niimnieln. Tim Hi f.!.i:ris place on the snot that strictly bears
acknowledges with thanks tho ro- , the illustrious namo of Bunker Hill.
, . , . , , , ,, il.! No matter, "that which we call a
tfipt of this valuable publication I , lh WJ ,,,
from the Branch lOdrographicotlico, us uHoot:" that which wo call tho
Not Limited to One Package Either. Get All Yon Want.
Prom i largo mid varied stock the undersigned would dniw
purticulur nt ton lion to the following:
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Hurley, Bran,
Middlings, Outs, Corn.
S3? In addition to our usual stoek of these we are now
ritim nf !i linthrnnm vtiniilil ourryiiiir Washington Hniii, Oats mid Itollud Barley.
ar examples, that tho world-',.; t,.e-...;,, .1, , ,l. i "Ill'Se ttits t'liell possessed ot strong feeding properties unrl
. - a a - i a w .- at .rsrs aa. a. a..a a.aa.vaaa.Aa.t&aBB.aai.j . . . . -
ciiioitako, , arc well worth u trial by all interest-ju in stock.
in the Merchants' hheliaiitfo of Sau
Francicco. Masters of vessels am
earnestly reimested, in tho notes on
battle of Hunker Hill would mean
nothing more glorious if we called it
the battle of Hreed's Hill. (h
tho chart, to send records of obs.r-
.( Inn. ...!., .11, tlirtir rnrmfu. All I l' 0. .IliriOS should revise llil Uh
who do so will receive free copies of of Jul' l"oh if tho frc(joliij; is the house has given away with
decorations in a parlor. True
enough it is not used as a place
for lounging iu 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 ol
Delegate Towns offered a reso
lution Ul III? .M'WlOrKSlMBUm. W U.,lill,i.f ..r Ilnrl..n Mnrll...
I. W. Chapman caters for tu
quets, Socials. Private Dinner l'ar
.....v,M ... w.v .sv.. .... ..... ww..- ni,,t tMUlliiu or Uarden I 'a riles.
stitutional Conxeiitiou, condemning etc. He will bo pleased to call upon
the National Administration for its any ladle or Kentlemen wlio will
ftlliiiroil interference with Slates ' kindly address him through the
. ," . ., .. , . . I'osl Olllco.
nguis iu me neiiiniig oi irooin n
Chicago. It is a rather significant
fact that tho resolution was over
whelmingly defeated. Hy this action
the Kmpire State places tho reputa
tion of tho Union for stable govern
ment above respect for a doctrine
that has cost tho nation too much
already when pushed to extremes.
What tho Government intends to
do in tho matter ot improving the
water supply ot Honolulu il should
do quickly. This is proving to bo a
comparatively dry season and serious
drought is threatened. Already
much of tho water supply is reduced
to dregs with a decayed vegetable
flavor that seriously affects its pot
able qualities. Tho situation is not
roassuriug while the health authori
ties havo to be vigilant against the
incursion of tho direst pestilence
from tho shores of Asia. It is posi
tively oppressive and unjust ou the
part of the Government to exact
full water rates, aud that in advance,
for both a meager aud an uuwholo
some supply of this prime necessity
il I I I it
I ' 1 1
WathlugtoB tttata. ,
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
It is suggested by some of the
lawyers, according to the Advertiser,
that the Councils pass a law to nu
ablo juries to bo drawu from mixed
panels of Hawaiian and foreign
jurors. This is to obviate tho dilll
culty created by tho hasty action of
the Constitutional Convention in
enacting that jurors should take tho
political test oath. While tho princi
ple of race juries may uot bu right
iu the light of equality and fratern
ity, tho system has been convenient
here to a degree making it almost
TIi'h column will be devoted
in the future to the interents
of the ladies. B. 1 Eiii.kiis
tt Co. ill keep you posted
ou what is going on not only
in soeh-ty generally but nt our
store. You ure till lovers of
bargains and know pretty well
where to get them and yet it's
hard to keep track of all of
thorn. It's our intention to
let you know when they can
be found and whenever a new
piece of goods reaches this
maiket. If it was not for
this article you would not
know tout we hud received
four cases of Hosiery, bought
for spot ea-h and which we
are opening for sale this week
at prices you never dreamt of
before. It will puy you to
lay iu a few pairs, along with
those Jersey Uibbed Vests.
Nothing neuter ever was
worn; they rct the whole
lonn off. We know 3011
won't believe it when we suy
that the "Australia" brought
IrtrlinriJtnanKii itn t.im. m ! tf 1 1... 1
different languages and varying in- lH tl,e prettiust Dress Pat-
terests of foreigners and natives
Even apart from the question of
race, however, the prescription of
the oath to jurors iu the funda
mental law must be regarded as ill
advised. It is in coutlict with a pro
vision in the Constitution that all
pending causes iu the Courts shall
retain the status they held prior to
the passage of the Constitution.
Reconstruction of the body politic
on a republican basis should bettor
have been promoted by conciliation
than by coercion, uot to mention the
policy of irritation pursued by at
least one of the Government organs.
BAN KJIANOIBOO SHIP TAXE8.
In a report on local and State
taxation on shipping iu tho United
States, E. T. Chamberlain, chief of
tho Uuroau of Navigation at Wash
lugtou, finds that Sau Francisco last
year lovied on shipping $S.r,H7f in
taxes, a sum within JUKI of the com
bined taies paid by four of tint
largest Atlantic steamship Hues to
their respective Governments on
thvir ooiubiuud shippiug, comprising
terns we ever had, and a line
of Cotton Crepes that dn.zle
the eye, nevertheless it's a
fact and well worth investi
gating. We will make a
-bowing of Perceals this week
that will astouihh you almost
u.s inueh as our new designs
in Night Gowns and Skirts.
None of these goods nre to
be sold below cod, but they
will be sold at prici-s that will
make you wonder whether we
ever puid for them or not
For over foity jenr we have
been the lenders of fashion in
Honolulu. We are making
even grtater effort than be
fore, Kioin week to week
you will see iu this column
notices of our special sales,
etc. Look out for something
sin prising soon.
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 tubs aud wash stands
fare under the old order of
things there you will find
roaches; with our bath tubs
made entirely of metal and
raised from the lloor 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 any room, fake 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 aud 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 "Wurtlu iin."
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.
No I fllWIJfS IU ! ! lllkr-
IS ', It. ( llf
UvrriHiol '"iMiritf u nn.
KiikIIkU IU11, 61 O, i..w
UOt IK SA I.T
SO A I'S-
HAM, HAVON, VllhKMH
llsrrela smt Hif ltairt
ORDWAY & PORTER
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Tort & Nnaanu.
We have dust liceeived from San Praneineo per Barkentine
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Solid Onk sutl ( the Very tatcst Deini. Also,
1)1 NING-KOOM FURNITURE !
KttrtiMou rnliles nil titv nllli C'lmlrs nml Slilrlesnti X mstrb a
We huvi) n complete Mock ot tlicxi xootls.
'l'lonr,'' Kontr Mi on. n.i imixro.
A ohoiiv tnn iiim mnmi
lMniii iviTirril with IVrtlcriarv UitflstoittlilliKoiit
W hVf thfiii (n
T Morton's English Orooirlo,
UrohM A HlackWHir English Orocnrina,
tlbuv. MrNvll Ltuuy'a Canned Hu.
Uicbardson Ot Bobbin' Oauund Mxaia
I'le, Tt)li mi lin-i
M AHV A HON I-
yi ami If Hi "..
A litre vsriMi),
I Uruwu Wrapping
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
I.AKUK 8TOIJKS Of
llnuiiiiisu Supplies. Ukn, Dry M
Mm, Fiiraitorn F,ic, eic.
HANI) AT MODKHATK PltlCKh
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
WICKER WARE I
W lmr Im'uIIIiiI ilmtKiil ot thfju riksIh, oiiflltinR of Hofc Ohlr, Oooknr. Ka.
, Ku;. Vou cmi Kt there K'-oJ" la any finish yon ilnlr.
I'arlnr I'lutiM. KlnuiiJTiMim ( hulm, IttwUlnp I'hiilrn 0-f Chnlr. Upliolnbintl Ohaim.
UIkIi I'lmlr. hu Klc.
I Cribs and Cradles!
Urijr KMirinifril nt Woven Wlri" Mnttrc.M, Hprlne, llnlr, Mo, Wool and Slraw Mat
tnse 1111 Imiul nml inmlc to ordvr.
MVKilKICKH KKATIIRItS AMHll.lv Kl.OfiS KOIt I'll.WIWH.
WINDOW SlIADr.S IN AM. COUntS AND blZKS,
COUNIOR I'OI.KH IN WOOUOIt IMtAHHTItlMMINOtL
Unm L5ii;;;iii:. - id - Dpliolsliirci - Furnilure
ItKI'AlltKI) AT KliAHONAlll.K KATKH.
Cabinet Makiug i"rt"1" Branches by Competeut Workmen
taV- V mlie a rla' feature of INTKltlOlt DKCOKAriNO. TliU Deoartuiem
I uodxr the immal iUiervllon of Mit. Uroh'Ik Oupwiy.
I TVk All oiir Moods are tlfit-olasa and from the vnry Imui UenlKii.
; ronvini: tli moit kei'Knl.
A villi will
Our Prices art) Positively Placed at Bedrock.
4U7 Kind St., "Tmiuui Block." 5 51 53 Ilu M, Qfir ItuuakHi 81.
Mutual Tele m P. 0. Box 207. Mutual Tele. 686. P. 0. Box 207.
CllilKlNO, IftpalHlHi IlIICI llllistlt (iondh!
Imliiin Silks, LuiHift and IJnuiis,
.lupunuse CrupuB, ChimiHo Matting,
Silk Ilundkerchiof's, Shawls and Scurfs,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Kto.
KSA Conn .lotc TAILORING RSTABLISIIMBNT
with Coiupr'tciit Cmti-rs mid 11 complete line of Wnlisn and
Americuii Suitings. lN-rlect fit guaranteed.
OAHII.MKlltS, l.INKNH, LAWNS, MUBM.NH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
.SOMETHING NEW JDST OUT
Tiiinkh, Valises, Willow "Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc.. Kto.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Bkll 525 TBLKL'HONBS Mutcai. 615
At Private Salo!
I huvi tor Mile h) private runtrncl
tn I il I'lMiniioa ui) t 'llin Lot Iiu.h u
iriint nl luifint mill it ili'iith ot llifi'ft A
Another victory for
the "Cleveland." II'.
Wilder ncoopn it in at
Ivahului, Maui, on
tin: 4th July.
Speed, Meanly, Light
nan and Strength.
Thif is a "Cleve
land" year I
H. E WALKER.
Altont. Iliiiinlillu. II I
Cummins UlocH.Merctmni St.
: Steamship Co
I'Olt SAN HtANCISCO.
rillS Al HTB&MflHIP
WIU. I.KAVK HONOLULU
fitU THE AllOVK POST ON
Saturday, July 21st.
Tin liulttrHlKiii'il ure now prepared to
lMio TlimuKli Tlckut from thfi City to all
points In ihu United Hlutes.
1'or (iirthur inirtlimlum rirarilln
Kri'lltht or I'misayu, apply to
WM. O. 1UWIN Si CO., IIi.
HKP.I flpriKrnl Airem.
The Siiporior Honsebuld lurulturo (imii iiv-iiin iiime in k..i n-inir. t-n-
' IhIiih 1'iirli.r, lllnliik-r"oni Klli'lmn, I'mi
Alllnl.xmllfiilCiinillil.il, lr. ll.ilr.M.in. Haili ml WulirOlo.i nml
Hiwaiian Hardware Co., Id
OpN)sit HprkKlt1 tliiHi
'MY? FONT STItWKT.
XTOTIi'K IS lir.lllIIIY IIIVKN THAT
ill (ilH.m ikii I Lit l.itt'nr I iui u lit lniiili, .1 I .til lliil. . . - .. .1. .ii
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hIiio for a -ui.ill l.uuUi jiiuiiiiil linn nmliilii HK'i..hmlU room I. Ih'il.lll he i.l.t-.-.l In tln IiiiikU ol un
tim- .'..r i.nrllitnliir. nnliU-In ;". ."'" ''" '""i i-iini hum hit- Ul linu-y llir Uillli mull.
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I.. J. I.l, K, OoimI Citt.pooU. 1'iirllirr imrtluulurt ul , lUSI-.'H
Cornt-r 1 ort nml Uilruii tilfLOli ' W. It iSi.i n ,,f I
t09-3l losjtf N. F. UUUUKBS. 7'A ''f HulUtin, fill wt, pi month,
)V AN AMKIIICAN I.AOY, TO 1)0
l .Nnrslni! I.ljht lliiii.u Work, Core o(
ClilMrriior SuwIiik. In un Knulih-iiHik-li'K
liunl'). No iiiijriHliin tiiiliccouiiin.
Appy .No H.I lli'ii'tunlii hlrrct. iui.'1-ilt
mmii; anm'ai, Mr.r.Ttvo or rjiu
1 IIimiiiioi 1'mii.iimiiiimw will Im IhIJ
TIIDIIbliAY, Ihu lilt I liirn,, ul'JoVlock
I'.M , ul tint llnoin ot thu Ohumliur ot Cum
iiiiiiiv. Ilu.liiux ol liiiuirlaiK'u,
lUsl-Jt Aetlinf Sucrolary.