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TAX OFFICE NOTICE.
All IVrsonal Taxm), thikt l, Poll Tax,
Koad Tax and School Tax, shall ho duo
id payablo on and after the 1st day of
In case of Personal Taxes due and un
paid on the 1st day of August, If no per
sonal property can ho found whercou to
distrain the Assessor may and Is hereby
authorized to cause the arret iml deten
tion of the person of such tax payer by and
under warrant Issued and tigned by the
Assessor or bis deputy to show cause, If
ny he has, why he should not be sen
Unced to be Imprisoned at hard labor until
be discharge the amount of said tax and
costs as by law provided.
Ko exemptions shall be allowed from
Pertonal Taxes unless the turtles c'almlug
such exemption shall notify the Assessor
of the Division dnrlng the mouth of July
cf each year of such claims and the grounds
thereof. JONATHAN SHAW,
Approved t Assessor 1st Division.
J. A. Ki.ho,
Minister of Finance ad interim.
The attention of Magistrates and others
Is called to Section 3 of Article M of the
Constitution of the Republic, wherein It it
required that the style of all proc sses shall
be "The ltepabllo of Hawaii," and all pro
secutlons shall be carried on In the name
and by the authority of the Republic of
Hawaii. A. P.JUDD.
Judlcliry Building, July 13, 1891.
5!u gnilj) ghtlUtin.
fttdurd to Arithcr Awl nut Part),
But EtlahlUKrd tor tht Btnefit of Alt.
THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1891.
It is well that the American League
inks it political functions in tho
Anioricau Union party. This will
givo it moro leisure to exercise the
innocuous and pleasing function of
giving masquorade balls.
After the rejection of the anti
boodliug clause in tho old Constitu
tion by the Constitutional Conven
tion, it ill becomes tho ovouiug or
gan of tho Governmout to class as
boodlers all who are outside the fold
of the Republic.
With so plethorio a condition of
tho treasury as has been constantly
boasted, both here and abroad, the
pooplo would like to boo more ac
tivity in the prosecution of public
works. Are the "surplus" and "re
serve," and so forth, ouly on paper!
Straugo that the cure for the evil
of political feeling iu the jury room
alleged to havo been crying hitherto
should bo cured by the proscription
of a political test for jurors. Yet
such has been tho sagacity of the
Solons of the Constitutional Con
vention. Whilo the city's supply of water is
short, it is suggested that the resi
dents of Palama might, with a slight
xpenso, bo furnished water from
the new artesian well at tho Insane
Asylum. There is said to bo a copi
ous flow from that well, and the Pa
lama peoplo might as well havo the
benefit of it.
There are parties euough formed
and in incubation to make the first
lection undor tho Republic interest
ing. This is tho vory same condition
that made pandemonium of the
Legislature of 1892. Yet "peace like
river" baa been the promise of the
Government supportors If the wick
ed royalists kept quiet.
Political platforms are plentiful
and will probably bo moro so before
the first election. How catching it
is to denounce combinations, mono
polies and trusts! But are the
numerous rising statesmen able to
devise measures for abolishing what
ever is evil about these things with
out doing damage to legitimate in
terests! Msuy of the members ot
the Constitutional Convention meant
to have everything in the Constitu
tion just, liberal and right, yot wheu
it came to a struggle with tho capi
talists and lawyers they were help
less as babes. 'TwaH ever thus iu
SENTENCE OF A BUBOLAB.
He Plundered the Boom of a Lady
of Watch and Money.
A native named Kaukali, a familiar
character in police circles, pleaded
guilty iu the District Court to-day
to a charge of larceny iu the third
degree, on July 1-1. The articles
stolen by him were a lady's gold
watch and chain at $57 and eighty
five cents iu small coin, the property
of Miss Maggie Chamberlain. The
facts of the robbery are as followti:
Miss Chamberlain ffuished her din
uer at noon on Saturday, July 11
and retired for a nap, leaving a win
dow opeu aud the door unlocked.
She slept for half an hour ami on
going to her bureau lo look at the
time, found it ransacked. Not only
was her bedroom disturbed, but also
an adjoiuiug room. The article
were fouud missing. A box, from
which no doubt Kaukali hud viewed
the inside, was fouud uuiler the win
dow, Kaukali gave as au excuse in
Court that ho uuder tho iufliiHiicuof
liquor whou ho committed thedeed,
aud that ho was not responsible for
it. Nevertheless he was aeutenced
to oue year's imprisonment at hard
labor and to pay a fin of fC.
THX PANELS OF JURORS.
Foreigners and Hawaiian Summon
ed for the August Term.
The noxt term of the Circuit
Court will open on Monday, August
6. During the past fow days patrol
man Kaapa has been bury servinp
out notices to jurors. Ihe panel
will bo as follows:
P. Whitney, W. H. Wilkinson, W.
W. Dimond, J. Simonson, J. T.
Waterhouse, Jr., H. J. Nolte, C.
Mett, W. Mcluemy, C. M. Cooke, J.
Lucas, S. B. Rose, J. Scott, G.
Bruus. W. O. Irwin, W. Love, H.
Conguou, J. B. Atherton, J. C.
Cluney, P. It. Iseubertf. Jr., W. W.
Hall, N. Dodge, A. N. Tripp, W.
Mutch, J. M. Angus, E. Hopkins, P.
Westbrook, P. Lewis, O. Grau. E. P.
Bishop, J. SI. Dowsett, A. It. Hat
field, P. HiiMare. E. Van Dorn, W.
King, G. S. Harris, Jr., P. W. Mc
Chesuoy. HAWAIIAN JL'RT.
J. Aholo, J. Keohokii, J. Keaka
hiwa, D. Noholoa, J. K. Enoka, J.
Victor, J. Naai, J. Kupaa, G. E.
Boardman, G. Cox, C. Crabbe, D.
Bent, G. Hokii, J. Pomaikai, A. S.
Mahaulu, T. Gandall, Elona Kekoo
wai, A. i'auole, S. Haluapo, W. H.
Kahumoku, J. Aea, Kalaeloa, H.
Welewele, O. Stilltnan, E. Moana
liha, J Hill, J. N. Ainiu, G. D. Ro
binson, J. S. Koawe, W. Aylelt, H.
Williams, S. Kane, D. L. Keliipin, I.
Tosta, H. Aea, D. Hoapili.
LOCAL AND OXNXRAX NEWS
P. R. Vida has a handsome black
filly for sale.
Dr. Herbert has been appointed
physician at the Insane Asylum.
Mr. Geo. E. Boardman is author
ized collector for Hollister ft Co.
A natlvo named Nakaa was com
mitted to tho Insano Asylum yester
Hikiloa, tho cow bow who took a
rido into town from Waialao on
Paul Iseoborg's horse, "Pauolo," was
fined $." by District Magistrate
Robertson yesterday afternoon.
Rememler that on every bar of
i Hawaiian Soap is stamped the name
of tho company iu full, Honolulu
l Soap Works Co. Take no other.
M. W. JlcC.HK.tNEY & boss, Agents.
A. Montauo, a tax collector, tried
to collect taxes from several of the
orow of the Morning Star yesterday.
As tho men are engaged on an
Atnericau vessel and have boon part
of her crow since her cruise the col
lector got soup.
A man employed on the new
wharf near the tisutuarkot had two
of the fingers on his right hand
bndly crushed yesterday. His hand
was caught by a cog while bo was
turning tho wheel on a lift. A little
more and ho would have boon minus
Thin column will bo devoted
in Ihe future to tho interests
of the Indies. B. F. Ehlkiis
& Co. will keep you pouted
on what in going on not only
in society generally but at our
store. You nro till lovers of
bargains and know pretty well
whero to get them and yet it's
hard to keep track of all of
them. It's our intention to
let you know when they can
be fouud and whenever a now
piece of goods reaches this
market. If it was not for
this article you would not
know that we had received
four cases of Hosiery, bought
for spot cash and which we
are opening for sale this week
at prices you never dreamt of
before. It will pay you to
lay in a few pairs, along with
those Jersey Ribbed Vests.
Nothing neater ever was
worn ; they set the whole
form off. Wo know you
won't believe it when we say
that the "Australia" brought
us the prettiest Dress Pat
terns wo ever had, and a line
of Cotton Crepes that dazzle
nevertheless it's a
well worth investi-
We will make a
showing of Percales this week
that will astonish you almost
us inueh as our now designs
in Night Gowns and Skirts.
None of these goods lire to
bo sold below cost, but thoy
will be sold at prices that will
malco you wonder whether we
ever pnid for them or not.
For ovor forty years wo have
been the leaders of fashion in
Honolulu. Wo are making
even greater efforts than be
fore. From week to week
you will see in this column
notices of our special sales,
etc Look out for something
Hawaiian Hardware Co., 0
Saturday, July U, 1894.
We have unpacked our wash
stands and bath tubs from the
Standard Manufacturing Co.,
and are welt 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 march 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 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 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 "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.
Hawaliu Hardwart Ct
OppoalU NprMksIs1 Bloni
WW ITORT RTKMKT.
Cut Prices !
ALL COT PRICES MET
Benson, Smith A Co.'s,
Corner Fort As Hotel Sts.
From large and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
KS In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
currying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
'"" "" 0 " Waskiigtaa Stats.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders I
No. t-laji lu tumi .m mar.
Ss. At, IUk Ml dm.
I Jrvrpool Coarwi, til li ima
English Datrf. m lb Mm
HAM, HAHUN, VHKKS
J T Morton's Cutfllab Groceries,
Ornaa ft BUekwaU'a Knffllah Orooarte,
Uhbr. ftfcNU ft Ubby's Canned SJKmu.
RichautUem ft Hobbla'a Oannnd Hwto
Pie, Tabl aio Iimi
7M I'd 16 lb ton.
A large ?ant
PlauimiiiD duplies, llrtm, Dry Go,
Grotty, FDriitorc !iti, Etc.,
tl.ttAV Oh HAND AT MODEUATR PKIKKH
Theo. H. Davies& Co., L'd.
Mi llM St., "Tbobii Block."
Mm Tftlt 33
P. 0. Box 207.
CliiiitJMe, .Jrtuuie8 and Indian Uhh)h!
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
Japanese Grupes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls und Scarfs,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Etc.
rXA Oomiiluto TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters und a complete lino of English and
American Suitings. Perfect (it guaranteed.
OAHHMKKKB, LINBNS, LAWN8, MUBLINB
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats f
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Trunks, Valises, Willow Waro,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Mtu.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
L. H. DH3H3,
(0H3 U I'roprlator.
fUrrals and HaJf ftarrvi
"Pioneer," folsr1 in tin anxi waters
4 fiholrw ranol of nautili him
Kla Rte.. Kin., Kir.
& "Star" Kerosene
51-88 IlBg St., mr liQitkHi ti
S Mntoai Tele. 68b.
P. 0. 601 207.
I Fin Sue ? Lot
UK UNUR1ISKINKI) OFKKItS KOIl
uianka tide of llerftnn': trvet. 100 tut
eait of riiHi'o'i btrott The Uit has n
front of linfu'tHiul ailoplli at lilt fen A
(looil DwHllli2 limine In K'HnI reinlr; mil
tulim I'urlnr, DliiliiF-nwim Kltuhuii, I'mi
try. Italnmiii, 1'a'li -nl Wutxr ()lot und
hii olllcetni thn luwer ll'xir wth Kourtlo tl
lli'ilromiix nn m oml lluor Tlicru Is a miIi
tiintlnl II mi. roiiialii'UH Two rilulln, room
fur to cnrrlsH! WimhI Mieil ami Hit
villus' Itoom, m Servants' W Cntiil'two
(IckxI LYiS'iools. further iiartluulars of
W. H. Castls, or of
tOW If N. V. IIUIU1K88.
fir AT THE
TTOTJ O - A
Not Limited to One Package
Robinson Block, Hotel
We have fust Received from San Francisco pur Barkentino
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture over imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
tn BolM Oak aud ot the Very Lalett Deilfrne. Alio,
I l NING-ROOM FURNITURE !
CiUtmluu Table all ultce with (ibalrs and Sldeboarda to matab
We hare a complete itock ot theM goods.
Oivau ouTerrd with Portleri nro the latoat thing out. We have ibui In
We have beautiful ftelns ot thcie Rood, cmiiutln of Sofat, Chain, Booken, fta.
Kto. You can get these good In any finish yoa deelrs.
Parlu; Chair. lliiliiKnmiii Chalin, Hocking Chair. OrDv, Chair. (tphoInUmd Chairs,
High (Ibalrs, Ktc., r'to.
Cribs and Cradles!
baric- irtiiiiit of Wovin Wire Mttttrensx, Spring, Hair, Mum, Wool aud Straw Maw
trruna on hand nnd made to order.
MVK IIKKSK KKATHKK8 AND HII.K KI.OS8 KOIl PILLOWS.
WINDOW BUADK8 IN AI.LCOLOJIH ANII UIZRS,
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD Oil nitABB Till M MINOS.
Hailrn. - ,m& anil Upisiert - Furnltnrs
ttKPAIKKU AT HHAHONAHLK KATKtt.
Cabinet Making "11- Branches by Competent Workmen
Is. We make awclal fmtare of INTfciltlOK UKOOKATINO. ThU Department
la amter the peraoiul suprrtalun of Mb. Osoius Orpwat.
n. All our Uood arc first-class and trout the rery Latest Deslgna. A visit will
convince the most skeptical.
Our Prices ire Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual 616
ORDWAY & PORTER.
Another victory for
the "Cleveland." W.
Wilder scoopa it in at
Kahului, Maui, on
the Jth July.
Speed, Beauty, Light
liens and Strength.
Thin is a
H. E WALKER.
Agent, Honolulu, 11 I
CuiumlDS Block, Hurcbint Si.
OO TO THE ANCHOR SALOON.
W ll.l. U.M CUNKIN'IIIIAM, JI.VN.
nu nf 'Iik AnilmrKiiliKiii, In keep.
hiK up wllli th tlm'H At tlm Auidiiirynit
run "wut uiir ' with nu (lyMter Cook,
tall und uimli it down whli u I'reilerlnU--ImrK
lleer tl) cler CmikluiU n BiM'iiliilly.
UHI If '
7V J1.WV HulUUn, M nt, v nlK.
- lSr 33TJTT
Either, Get HI Yon Want
& PORTER r
St., bet. Fort k Nolan.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
T11K Al BTEAMaHIl'
WILL LKAVK HONOLULU
roa TUB AUOVI FOBT Oil
Saturday, July 21st,
The tunlerblt-ned are now preiiarad to
Uituu Through TIclceti from this City to all
points lu the United States.
For further uartloulars rnsardlna
Frulcht or Passage, apply to
WM. O. IHW1N & CO., L'd,
KHT-ilt 0niral AtcxiitH.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
ALL PKKKONS INTENDING TO
tnko tinon;ii nn Htt-atuers o the
iMir-lbl.iml Steuni NavlKUtlun Co., from
lliiiiidulu, iim lioieliy reiiuoslod to pur
elm u ilckulx ut tho Wliurf ODIee of the
Company MorticinlmkiiiK, anil any pas
MitiiiiTfuliliiK todu so elmll he kiilijeot to
pay '.'t iKiii'uut id thu reh'iilsr lari lu addi
iiii llieri'io. This rut" will be trltly en
fori-. 1 f rum and alter the Utdnvd August
proximo. w. u. uuutHGi,
Houoliiu, Jul 17 , tWa?
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