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TAX OFFICE NOTICE.
Louis and nnotluir to Ludlow to
night to arrange to got thn tmm out
at thcwa two points.
"Theru ii no uro trilling in thU
matter. Our only remedy in to con
front power with power. Pullman
tn t i t ..... i- 0..11 -p.. ironi Dower wun nower.
ii.m,i t..' ...i H..i.....t t. .Lit im.i.J ! is at. tho seashore waiting for strik
and Hi;able on and after the 1st .lay of ' liR employee to moekly starve to
july . death or come to his terms. If he
In'cme of tVr.oni Tmdwilmi.!,lllll,1lMt1 f,,nK hf. W,0U'(1
paid on the MilirofAuKiMt,lfmMr. 1 1 "on umii trying to adjust the
:.i . .... i ...i iMnke. But he doean t care any-
fl'uni iiii'i'vuy villi iJ ..mini nuvuwn w t . , -it , r L
distrain the Aimr timv ami Whereby W"K ,nl,outn h,,S T,Pl ini.,H? I?"
authorized tomr h nire-t and .loten- , fJ,,r,',l ?" nU tho pos-nbili ies in tho
tlon of tho ruii of .u-h tax payer by and V"" T1 " V.nll!ulat?(! a,M,ul J10."
nndera warrant ImucI ami lRnc.l by the ' ' ,h,.P',bh" .WOUl' ""K,n,d 0
AeS.or or hi, .le,mtv to .how can,-, If tMr B,l.,J,r.. when that re
any ho hu, hv be should not be .en- i ' " aW Vit0,r5 fi
tanee.ltobeli.iPrl.one.lotlmnllabornnUI t,1H corporation ho represents. 1
he dl,cl.nr,.f tho amount ol ..1,1 tax a.,,1 "?J BPP Vl'9 on8tSr ,corRr'
cmtaMl.ylawi.roTl.ltd. ' ,,'),n .lft,he thr0at an(l d00
No exemptions shall be allowed from w"" l1,
IVrsonalTaxe, unlea the piriieac'n'inliic Th..r U amunthltiif vnrv Ainrireat.
liall notify the Ae.or ... ... .... ..,,..., un,,. nl
1J ill Lliu uuniauvvi vi vu.
snch exemptton shall notify
of the DlvMoti during tbe month of July
cf each year of sitcli claim and the grounds
thereof. JONATHAN SHAW,
Approved! A!Psof l?t Division.
J. A. Kimi.
MlliUter of Finance ml Inltttm.
The Mluntiuii of MagltraU and ntlu-r
la called to Section 3 of Article W of the
Constitution of the Itcpnbllc, wherein It 1
reqilrcd that the ityleofall .roc. sses hull
be "The ltepitbllc of ll.twnll," and nil pro
sedition .ball be tarried on In the name
and by the nutliorlty of the ltepubllc of
Hawaii. A. K.JUHt).
JudliUry ltullJliiK, Jul) 13. 1MM.
Zt 'JlniUi -IhiUctin.
I'HIDAY, JULY 20, lbtl.
rempdy is to confront power with
power." Why should not tho em
ployees of the railways, when they
had discovered their great power
in uuitj, have as much right to use
that power as the wealthy owners
of the railways to use the power of
combined wealth? It may be an
swered that it is highly wrong for
the workers of tho railways to in
jure tho wholo community for the
sake of their private advantage or
eron rights. But what about the con
stant injury inflicted upon tho com
munity by tho great railway corpor
ations year in and year out! Tho
public dauiago inflicted by this
strike, formidable though it appears
and undoubtedly is, is not a drop in
the bucket to tho notorious oxac-
tious and robberies of the publio by
1 the railway corporations of tho
The dwislon "in thi. bwlwll hrl- ! V,,il0l S,,atoS T !ian?- T,h.T
l,rv In vlsi lu nth.,, bv thl,.iM.thnl. 1 depredations and spoliations of tho
.1 ,i. iu..i.ur w.w..i i.n.i I,....., .... po'ilif are as serious as auy
.n.,.lv i.rllu-.l r... .1... ,,.,,.. .,,... grievances denounced against
tn.l n. l,.... unm.. n.i.l .'......t i.. . K'"K ,f "Kla"l '" tbe Declaration
the results of the season sceuis to
uiost purs mis absolutely wrong. If
the Crescents mi Herod n wrong by
the bribery of one of their number
and the Kniiiehnmehns gained an
advantage by thai act, how can that
be regarded as not invalidating the
game? To gain the public support
the league and its games must bo
above suspicion. The public will
likely light shy of going to see or
take an interest in games where the
result may be the effect of bribery
and not of skill and athletic power.
Cut the game out of the record.
OHIOIN OF THE 8TIHKE.
Wholesale condemnation of tho
railway strikers in the United States
is not just. Before people or tiowr
pipers let loose the vials of angry
censure upon the movement, tliey
should know some of the eailler
facts regarding it. These are at the
vij learn of a nature to very much '
mitigate the offense against society,
if tho strike is to be regarded as j
criminal in itself. On the 'JUt of
Juno, at a couwution of the Ameri
can Uailway Union in Chicago, tho
strike in tho I'ullman works was
ooiihidorcd. "The question came
up rather unexpectedly," says a
report in tho Chicago Times,
"through the statements made by
a committee from Pullman consist
ing of Messrs. Ileathcote anil
Featherstoue. Mr. Ifcathcote told
the delegates that the relief com
mittee had on hand about jlfiOO;
that it took about .0 worth of
provisions a .lay to supply the wauls
of tho deMitutu strikers, aud that
they seemed to bo about at tho end
of their resources. Ho therefore ap
pealed to the delegates to take some
action to provide immediate support
for the men aud wo me 11 on strike,
otherwise there must soon be suffer
ing among thorn for the u.'cefriaries
of life. Mr. Featherstone followed
in a similar strain, aud added thut !
lie believed tho striker would sooner
starve than go back to work under '
tho conditions which existed when J
they walked out." '
Ihis rather pathetic appeal, it ,
seem., struck right home to the
iiiauly hearts of the delegates. Half
1 of Independence. Look at some
of them. Repudiated obligations
to cities, counties, States and Pro
vinces. Charging freight rates on
farui products to the utmost limit
of what the trail! a will bear, so that
the farmer has little or nothing of
profit left on the fruits of his soil
l and toil. Discriminating rales on
1 loug hauls which place tho local
manufacturer and producer at the
mercy of distant competitors. Cor
ruplion of legislatures with free
passes. .Slaughter of employees
and passengers through "accidents"
c.iused by the failure to provide
feasible safeguards and tho neglect,
for tho sake of gain, to keep tho
Hues aud bridges in safe condition.
Through these and othor positive
aud negative impositions, tho rail
ways annually inflict uutold lots,
damage and injury upon thn public,
In comparison with which tho most
stupendous strike yet known sinks
into iusigulGcanco. Away in these
islands, it is Impossible to decide
tho right and wrong of tho present
railway strike, but tho foregoing
facts and observations may aid our
intelligent readers in Justly estimat
ing tho conduct of tho strikers, who
doubtless believe they have tho
right to use their power for thoir
Ur. C, JI. Car
Made Over Anew
Chronlo Hoadache Cured -Weak
Lun.a Mado Strong and Well.
for y an I lml lick hradaches every day.and
l.cen rnilr. 1 currd of ht'iulaclies, and rov
Uiiiu . ard ktror.; ami well. 1'rleu.ls oltemtr
l-iow Well You'ro Looking'
I tell tl.i'in It U Uus to Hood's BanaparllU. I
".1 tn.ill la stittiro never nelelicd orer 1
I'Kipou. It before U'.luit Hood's Rariapa-
1 .. .. .1.1,1 at t'10 tlmu I tepau tal.lns It I lad
r 1') 1. n t'i (i." pomi'M, but now I tcIs&
in i Mj frlrti'll llioalit I ouldte44
Ian 1 in.-", but ( urn pr-rfcrtlr well. I an
utuU . to ciprtMi my llianUs tor the good
Jul :.).o I, ." Mint J). VXM 1218 AdeUa
. rj lu'! " I, Cal '01 -la.
p Dl i"'.ru u'l I.ivit llli, r.llloa.
0 I1 !:'' an, 'i' 't llcadacb.
a dozen of them were 011 their feet
at once nldiig for recognition. A I iu.mb..d;rf wruUiuoa.. moealbava
Hint inn fur nn nl .! iw. be l tuMiC Iloo.l'l Barsaparllla, I liavo
cents a week on every member of the
union was at ouce amended to 1(1 1
cents, "aud the amended motion was ,
carried with a whoop." Vice I'resi- l
deut Howard, who "had stood out j
against hasty action all through the '
convention, and had rather oppo.-ed '
tbe Idea of a boycott being declared
at all," then made a motion that !
ovory delegato find out by wire from
his union to what extent the cars of
tho Pullman company could be tied
up in such uuiou's locality. At this
tho convention went wild with en
thusiasm and the motion went
through without a dissenting vote.
Fully one-half of the delegates pre
lum t announced that they had al
ready received iustriiutions to vote
for a boycott. ' President Dubbs
It is my opinion that every dele
gate in this convention has full
authority to represent his union in
this and nil other matters which
may coino up here. I believe that
unless George M. Pullman consent
to arbitrate this matter at mice this
convent Ion should pass tin order
sidetracking his cars 011 every lino in
Ihis country, lam satisileil if tin.
order goes forth not a wheel will
turn until this matter Is settled. I
am in favor of sending a man to St.
HOHltON, NEWMAN 4 CO.
AjtentM for Hawaiian Islanttk
Good Business For Sale
Good Reason for Selling.
tn. h'nr pwrtlculars, Hblreat
I'. O. II.. li
I? HUM TIIIH IJAIK. II. K. HOI'.
I I I AllM'.lt Uiiliuuuiiiliurlii to draw
I J Tafia or In lvn enters for Mr'liuii.lliu
I er hllllu 011 belinlf of tin. llwuiUN
I C.IMU.K.'MI, A Hi MII t'llMIMiiY.
I III, ll.V.ll.. UU.MJIIiKCIAIi .t
C. A. .SfHirKKLt,
July IU, U'JI. lUjt-lUt
HttwaiiaD Hrdwart! Co.. L'fl
Saturday, July 14, lSDJ.
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 thin its 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 ol
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 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 "Wertluiin,"
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
clay sewing machine
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
fr AT THE
Benson, Smith h Co.'s,
Oomer Fort So Hotel Sts.
HOLLISTER DRUG COS
YOTJ C2JLN BTJ-y
Mot Limited to One Package Either. Get All You Want
From a large and varied otoek tho undersigned would
particular attention to the following :
C'ompriHtug California, Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
S3? I" addition to our usual stock of these we uru now
eurrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Bur ley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth n trial by all interested in stock.
ORDWAY & PORTER
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Fort A Nooani.
f l o XJ R.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
No. I !. it ..". - mar
l fit. Ida r Ml.
UrcrtKVil tmn. I IK i
Kii(rllb Hair. t Ih
ROCK SA l.T
HAM. HA CON, OHKK.SH
Barrata aud Hail H.r
"PtODMr," Poluvr'a .a hu tm i
A A til ill variety of a1ii. xn....
We have Just Received from Sun Francisco per Barkentine
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In Holl.l Oak and ef the Very Utcit IfetlRna, Alao,
KiUrimim. Tablet all altea with Chain, and Sldeboarda to matnh.
We hare a complete Uck of these goods.
irirnna curard with I'ortlers are the latent thing oat
We barr Unui In
J X Morton' tCuirUatt Urownw,
Ornaa UUckweU's Bagllah Orocarlaa,
Uhby. ceU Ubby'a Oaanml -u.
Rlchardaon Bobbin's) ariBl Mu
Pl, Tabir ami linm
7X and Id lb
A. Urg Tanoly
WICKER WARE I
W have iwautlful rteil)rn of these goodi, oomlotlDr of Sofa, Chain, Kookart, KU.
Kto. You cau Kit thesa Ridt In auy finish yoa desire.
ParliK 1,'batrM. Ulniuavroinu Cliotis, lCwkluo Chairs Offli Ohatra, npholstemt Obala.
Hirl. Clialrs. KU-., Kto.
Cribs and Cradles!
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
I. A ROE STOCKS OK
I'litiiiiiiiM supplies. Hariwiire, Dry Go
lore hiii, hit.
Theo. H. Davies fc Co., L'd.
KwongSingLoyi SING LOY,
iMtv avMiMmnni f Woven Wire Mettre.ns, SprlnK, Hair, Moss, W.il ami Htntw Vat
trfwes on hand and made to order.
MVK'IKICHK r-KATHKIIB A.NDSIL.K VlAiHti KOH l'IMX)W8.
WINDOW BHADKU IN AI.I. eOLOHS AND H1ZK8,
C0KNI0BP0LK8IN WOODOR nitAHS TUIMUINOH.
07 KIM St., "Tbonu Block.1
iDtQiJ Tflk m
51-55 llB St., leir liuiikai SL
P. 0. B01 207. Mstnal Tele. 68A P. 0. Box 207.
OliiiieKtt, Jamiitw mid hifliiin 'utlHt
Indian Silks, Luces and Linens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls aud Scarfs,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Etc.
rXA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutttrs and a complete line of English and
Amerifuu Suitings. IVrfect fit guaranteed.
OAHHMKKKS, MNBNH, LAWNS, MUHt.lNH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JURT OUT
TruitkH, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Wtc
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
UKl'AIKhi) A? UHASONABLB UATK8.
Cibinet Hiking """ Brtnchei by Competent Workmei
VbV. We make a swctal feature of INTKItlOH UKOOKATINO. This DeparUnaut
la under the personal superrUlun of Mb. Qcoa.ia Ori.wt.
Cfjav All our Uaoda are tlrst-clasb aud from the rary Latest Ueln. A visit will
convince tli" most skeptical.
Oor Prices are Poslllvely Plaoed at Beirook.
Bell 525 TELEPEIONES Mutual 6 15
ORUW A Y-"-PORTEK.
Criterion Saloon " Ie611 Lot
Hawaiiu Hardware Ce., I'i
OppoaiU Bpreokals llonk
WW IWRT STRWRT,
WIELAND . EXTRA PALE
Lager Beer !
rpiIB UNnKKHIONKI) OKKKU8 POR I
JI sale Ihat Kin H'.ineHtea.l nn ihn
maiika Me of llfrrlnnta street, inn tn-i
eaat if I'eiiHii'o n stroi t. The l.nt has a i
front nf Inn fnit nll.l a ilcptl. of US fret A
Hood DarfllhiK House In kiMxI rei.ilr; unu .
tnliiN i'arlnr, Dliiliir-r.wiin Kltiti.un, I'hii-
try. ll'-ilr.Hiiii. ln'li - Wai.r Uloit and
mii olllre nn thu lnwi'r Hour with Knur (In .it
9 Qnilfinillr'RC 17AD OR PVllTQ H.'.)ro..iiiN on e on.l llmir Then, is a suit.
0 OWlMVaViliO rUil CIV UUtllu atuiitiul lUrn. cunlaluliiK Tw. Hiall. r.H.in
for Uo carriSKtfs. WihmI hlie.t and Her-
Houm, a nerTenis' v u. and Iwn
Another victory for
the "Cleveland." W.
Wilder scoop it in at
ICahului, Maui', on
the 4lh July.
Speed, Beauty, Light
now and Strength.
Thin is a
H. E WALKER.
Afoul, Honolulu, H I
CunitnlDi Block, Morcbant SI.
: Steamship Co
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
TUB Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
nn tub ABori poet on
Saturday, July 31st,
Tho t undersigned are now iireimred ui
Issue ThrouKh Tickets from thfi City to all
polntH In the United Blalos.
F"r further particular reKidloR
KrelKht or 1'assage, apply to
WM. (1. IHWIN A CO., L'o.
HW'I Oeneral Aventa.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
OO TO TH.K ANOUOIl SALOON.
W. It. Castle, or of
UKiToi In. Am hur hiilitrin. U L....i.
IllU III. Willi III" tllil" At Hit. Aiii'l.ur vim
fun "l )ouriy' with mi Oyxii.r Cook,
lull niul wuah It down will, u t-'roderiukk.
Iwru ll.'wr Otsitrl.'(K!ktalUasiMiiitliy,
H K. UUKOKSI. f' 'W'V Hull'tt, M) tn.l, tw iwil.
LI. 1'KIIKOXS IXTKND1NO
tallO IIH'.MIDH nil Hlvnmiirk nl
. . -R- --' ;..- ..... .. M.
i lur-isinnu nuiini Nav iruil.ni Co,
HuiiiiIiiIii, ure heuliy rfiiuiiiituit to nur
Hm u ilikeU ui thu Whurf Olllce of the
.-...,....,, in'iiiiu uiiii.arKiiiK. aim any pa.
M'liKurfitllliiKtiMlo ho clnill be sulijvot to
imy '.') rrenl nf the ri)ulr far In addl.
Jinn t hereto. Tills rule will be strl.'tly en
foriY.l from and aftrthe 1st day nf August
l,r01. '."V; . W. UOOKllKV.
. ,W. H. McLkam. Beo'y. President.
Houululu, July 17, liwi lM.?w