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MONDAY, JOLY 30, IWH.
Thla year deposits in the banks
re returnable as usual on the assess
mnnt blanks, but are not taxable
against the depositors. The banks
tkemsalves will return the amounla
of deposits on band and pay the
taxes thereon. This information is
obtained from the Tax office, in an
swer to an inquiry suggested by re
ports heard down town. It is a little
surprising that the Oorernment has
not advertised this change iu the
method of taxing bank deposits.
J. . Bush has resumed the pub
lication of an English edition of Ka
Leo o ka Lahui, to champion the
cause of "legitimate, good and
stable government." It is to be
hoped he will try to achieve that
laudable object by different methods
thau characterized his political
course while he was conducting tho
former series of that paper. For
the past eighteen months he has
been laboring to undo his work of
the previous similar period. Mr.
Bush doubtless now fully realizes
the difficulty of gathering up water
spilt upon the ground
they should be under the influence
of "an era of good fooling" in ren
dering an opinion upou a solemn
matter. The italics In the follow
ing extract are ours:
"In a mistaken hour, immediately
after the death of the late King, a
majority of the judges in an era of
gonajeennp, Knowing mm inw iiipuu
was fmportuuate to select a Cahiuet
of her own, gave a decision of policy,
that she bad the right to remove
the Cabinet then existing and select
hnr own, in the exceptional case of
the death of the sovereign, though
the most level-headed judge an
American, McGully, recently de
ceasedgave a counter opinion in
accordance with the plain terms of
the Constitution, for the exclusive
right of the Legislature to remove
the Ministers is the vital and essen
tial provision of the Constitution,
made in 1887, so intended by the
men now liviug here, who placed it
in the Constitution, and so regarded
by the principal lawyers here. That
decUlon of pood'Hatured policy to con
ciliate the Quoen had the immediate
result of making her Tahitiau favor
ite the most potent man at the
Hawaiian Hardware Go.. L'fl
Saiwday, July 28, 189.
There is a hole out near the
government quarry at Kama
il ail i containing an inexhausti
ble supply of pure sparkling
fluid, sufficient to meet the de
mands of all Honolulu. The
water has recently been ana
lyed and shows
O. P. 8....
Nobody of any sense believes other
than that the United Press and
Chronicle correspondence about an
attempt on the part of royalists to
buy the support of republicans was
another of the many fakes issued ou
the revolutionary behalf since Jan
uary 17, 1893. Names may be waiv
ed in making this assertion, for the
whole story is ridiculous. The fact
that nobody cau bo found who will
father tho correspondence is enough
to stamp it as an imposition on the
foreign newspaper readors. There
is nothing but bluff in tho Star's
boast that it has the proof in its of
fice, except that such is a dead giro
away of the Star office as being the
Government fake headquarters. If
the Star has thodocumouls they will
make a spicier story than anything
it has contained in a long time.
Trot it out.
My boy was taken with
resembling bloody flux,
thing I thought of was
Iain's Colic, Cholera and
Remodr. Two doses of
tho mattor and cured him sound and
well. I heartily recommend this
remedy to all persons suffering from
a like complaint. I will answor any
iuquiries regarding it when stamp is
inclosed. I refer to any county offi
cial as to my reliability. Wm. Roach,
J. P., Primroy. Campbell Co., Tenu.
vi vain uj inuiuiii oujiiu iv wu.,
ageuts, for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Personally Conducted Excursion to the
Volcano now being Organized
by Frank L. Hoogs.
tT Leaving on the Next Trip of the S. S. "Kinau,"
FRIDAY. August 3d, Returning to Port on SATUR
DAY, August 11th.
Thorn are a ereat many people in Honolulu who require a vacation in
. .r m . a ... ...
from business and other cares that infest this work-a-
day life. For their benefit it may bn mentioned that a Select Excursion is
HABD OM TBX JUDOBS.
There are many interesting thing
Iu the Hawaiian correspondence laid
before Congress in counoctiou with
the controversy over our affairs.
John L. Stevens, the meddling Min
isUr, is one of the most entertain
ing contributors, especially in his
'confidential" communications. One
of these is dated Honolulu, Febru
ary 22, 1891. IU reviling of the
Queen for holdiug a notion of her
rights, which it was well-known
here bad been suggested to her by a
high judicial officer, shows how
badly posted the Miuistur was. Mr.
Stevens wroto as follows:
"Under her extreme notions of
sovereign authority and the influence
of her bad advisers, '.he Queuu is
tryiug to force the resignation of
the Ministers and to get a cabiuet
composed of her tools. So far the
Ministers have refund to resign aud
the best public opinion increases in
their support. Should the Supreme
Court sustain the right of the Min
isters, which is very clearly and
strongly intrenched in the constitu
tion, the Ministers will be supported
by such a united determination of
the business men and other better
citizens of the islauds as will force
the Queen to yield; if ahe should
still persist and attempt to form a
Ministry of her own, without the
consent of the Legislature, she will
surely imperil her throne."
Ou April 4 Mr. Stevens tells of his
disappointment in the action of the
Supreme Court, and mildly sets two
of them down as being eueniies of
the reform movement. The despatch
from which the following is taken,
however, is uot marked "confiden
tial": "Contrary to what seems to be
the plain terms of the Coimtitiitiou
nd to the opinions of framor of
that document, as well as of the
.priacipal lawyers here, a majority of
the supreme judges decided that
the cabiuet of Kalakaua ceased to
have legal existeuoe at his death.
Two of the four judges were ap
pointed under the old monarchical
regime prior to the adoption of the
reform Constitution, and have Iteen
regarded as not specially sympa
thetic with that document. Out
from whatever cause or motive, the
decision of the Supreme Court was
in accord with the earnest wish of
the Queen, who was especially averse
to having Hou. John A. Cummins,
iue naii-wmte planter, in tho Min
istry." Mr. Stevens gives a "confidential"
account of the political situation
under date of May 21, 1892, in which
he represents the majority of tho
Supreme Court as virtually unmind
ful of their solemn obligations of
office. As that majority included
the Minister's later revolutionary
confederates Messrs. Judd and
Dole his opinion of these gentle
men, written without thinking it
would ever be proclaimed from the
housetop, is decidedly spicy readiug.
It would be difficult to imagine any
thing more severe to say of jurists
thau that they were capable of giv
ing a "decisioa of policy," ud that
The flhoe dealers mint be
doing a good business, judg
ing from the amount of Ho
siery we arc gelling, for nearly
all the bnrefootfl in town have
taken advantage of our stock
and prices, while there in a
sti'pifiim that the more exten
sive buyers intend to lay in a
stock for future use it's all
right, we bought thom to sell
and knew you could not resist
the temptation. Saturday,
Vug. 4th, we will m ike an
other run on Hosiery and will
include some for hubby Past
Black Socks that he is fool
ish enough to pay $3 a dozen
for; you can make pin money
by buying them of us at $2 a
dozen, and get yourself a sup
ply of Tan Colored Hosiery
to nutch your pretty little tun
boots they will please htm us
well as yourself ; and talking
about pleasing, more comfort
and smiles havo found their
birthplace in P. D. Corsets,
than wearers of other corsets
are aware oi. uul you ever
thom? If nor do so by
means in the meantime
fit the little one aud yourself
out with B'me of the follow
ing : Compromise Hodie
Wa ste, Equipoise Ludies'
Waists, Jeaness Miller
"Waist, Children's Double
Vo Waists in Summer aud
Winter weights, Children's
LjO'g Cushmere Coats, these
goods will receive an awful
cut Another thing let us
say, there is no use fixing
rourself up unless you do the
ionic. Tusore Draperies for
'urtuins and Divans make a
room more cuctrtul tnin it
would without them and ypt
if we were to quote you the
price her you will say, "Oh,
well, Khlcrs is selling them so
cheap evirybody will have
them," to which we say, Yes,
the first come will, for the
stock is limited. Double
Width Serges, all wool, go at
50 cents a yurd this week.
R P. KlirTRUS & CO.
Lodge lu Progrss de l'Oceanle, No. 124,
UKuii will iik a mkktiko of
Ixxliio le I'merfiH ilo l'Oceanle, No. I 'J I,
K. o? P. Hull on Kurt street. THIH
EVKNINO, Jnly Wi, at 7:30
ItKQUbAS MOMTIII.T liUHINKKK.
Member ot Hawaiian I-ode and all
sojourning brethren aro fraternally InvitoU
to 1)0 pruHcnt.
lly order of tho W. M..
NOTIOE TO CREDITORS.
rpjIK. UNI)KltBl(lNKl) HKllEIIY
A glvee notice, thai he hat been duly
appointed bv the Olrcnlt Court, Flrtt Cir
cuit, of the Hawaiian Wland, Adminiiitra.
tor of the Kutato of Jom-ph N O. Oilman,
lata of Honolulu deneaiod, and all dents
duo by nald deceased, whether ,emirml by
mortgage or otherwise, must be pretented
to the undersigned duly authenticated
within fix months from date hereof or
they will bo forever barred, ami all perrons
indebted to the nald Estate are hereby
not I lied to pay the name Immediately.
Dated st Honolulu. July 10, IM'it.
Administrator of the KalaU of Joseph N
U. Oilman, deceased. lOWMt oaw
It will be seen at a glance that
this is a much higher grade of
water than we are now getting
from either Nuuanu or Makiki,
and we believe the government
could take no wiser course than
to run pipes from the pool to
the city mains only a mile dis
tant A pumping plant at the
spring would force the water
in all directions between Ka
lihi and Waikiki, and the ex
pense would be insignificant
compared with the benefits de
rived by the public.
If this is a charitable govern
ment it will be done if for no
other reason than to relieve
the Superintendent of the Wa
ter Works of the severe men
tal strain caused by his attempt
to figure out a way to give the
people more water and less
earth. An abundance of water
might also have an effect upon
the rose bugs in so far as it
might drown the larva: which
may be found around the roots
of the bushes. We are mak
ing these suggestions without
consulting the owner of the
water, but we believe it will
meet with his approval, as he is
a man with philanthropic mo
For a consideration we be
lieve he cau be approached
and an arrangement entered
into whereby all water difficul
ties could be obviated. Some
time would, of course, be ne
cessary to complete the plant
and means should be devised
to supply individuals with what
ever water they wish. We
nave tried everything irom a
straw to a Corliss Engine in
lifting fluids but nothing works
better, or can be run with less
expense than an Anrmotor.
You just erect the mill and
give it a dose of oil occasion
ally and let her pump. We
have small ones that will ans
wer admirably fur irrigating
lots up to five acres; we have
others that will pump ten thou
sand gallons of water an hour,
sufficient to initiate a rice
The "Pansy" is king of all
iron cook stoves. For good
baking and little fuel there is
no other like it We could
figure up where we have sold
a couple of thousand of these
stoves but cannot find a single
complaint from our customers.
You can get other stoves, lots
of them, but what's the use of
investing your money in an
article you know nothing
about. A stove is something
you have to live with three
hundred and sixty-five days in
the year, and it's something
you want to be on pretty good
terms with You can't be it it
will not bake or if it burns too
much coal; if the upper crust
on your pie or cake is burnt
to a crisp and the lower one
unuer done some one is going
to kick and it won't be the
Our stock of cheau lamps
mentioned last week is worth
looking into. We have opened
all of the casks and put sume
of the goods where they can
be seen by the people. When
once examined they are us
good as gone because they
are cheap In these times when
people's imagination drifts to
ward poverty low priced goods
are needed. We have other
lamps to suit the masses not
afflicted with flattened purses.
We have them for both classes
here because we cater to the
public, irrespective of party.
creed or present condition of
now lning organized to visit, tho domains of Madame Pele, somotitnes
known as tho Volcano of Kilauea. It doesn't make any difference if they
have been there before, bpoatiso if they have, they will readily admit that
the crater Is constantly chausintr and with each chanso renewed interest
is awakened. Hon. L. A. Thurston gavo a description of the Volcano's
1 O '
From a large and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
I3 In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
a - a - ft
currying Washington if run, uuts and Koilea nancy.
latest mood, and If you have not read it do so at once and then walk as far These uro each possessor! of strong feeding properties ami
as Wilder's STr.Aisntr Office and purchase a Ticket for the Excursion ftn. widl worth n, trial bv all interested in Htonk.
vacation they must make the
trip anyway if only to say that thoy havo
leaving hero on FIIIDAY, August 8d. To people who do not requires
vacation they must make the trip anyway ti on
seen the World's Greatest Wonder. Tt is certainly embarrassing for neo
pie who have lived iu this country for years to give a negative response
when asked u they nave soon tho volcano. Tney may nave nau some ex
cuse in the past for their seeming indifference because it required more or
less exertion to reach the crater, but now they can ride in a carriage to
the door of the Volcano House. The crater is very active now, it may not
remain so very long, so join the Excursion Party and see a sight that
strangers travel thousands of mites to see. The cost of the trip will be
FIFTY. (K0) DOLLARS, which Includes everything. 1093-7t
ItDWAY it I'OltTEft. leading Furniture Dealer
f the Hawaiian Island.
obinson Block, between Fort and Nuuanu,
igut baud side or Hotel street going west.
irect importers of Fine Furniture,
irt cheap for cash. We have on hand
ickei Ware, Sofas, Mocking Chairs, Etc.
ill you call aud price these iroodt.
nything you want in Dining-room Furniture,
nytbing you waul in Bedroom Furniture.
are. well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland
Baking Powders 1
Nn. 1 nimmft ill
. ! lP4t HINT'
cm, I0 bar
Knfllih I mi (7 An ih
HAM, HAVON. OHhKSH
tlftrrsls anil Halt Hoi.ou
"I'loiiT" Flar' in tint aihI paiM,
A ehnli- nM, nf .liny to aim
ou cau also lm supplied witu Cribs and Cradle,
ou will Gud a complete stock to select from.
A BUckwUs JBtigllsb Qrouwri.
Uhbf. KcNnll Ltbby'a Oaunnl s1mU.
Kir-bardsou A Bobbin' Oatiui
PI. Tahl alio lii-
MA OO A RON t
7H and 16 lb ih
A larirr ni,
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
L<OK BTOOKb OK
ml at prii'HS to suit the poorest
,n well as the ricbi'St purchaser.
o tiouix is I'oinplKte without Mattresses,
o house iu Honolulu soils these soods cheaper thau we do.
on't you need some Live Qihumi Feathers or Silk Flosst They make
andy Pillows and Cushions.
tt Window Slmdos iu sit colors and sizes.
oles for your windows iu Wood or Brass Trimming.
PliiDliitioD ".Willis. Hardware. Dry M
Crocker,, Fmttin, bk, etc.
4i wav on hand
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
AM. PKKHONB AUK NOTIK1KI) HOT
lo I'mllt snj ons on in) snco'itit
uhoiit my written untor.
JOHKPH I'AIKO Hs.
M.I Milt l"l ! Ik'M rn It.
f i'onriM tv iiiiimI mil fitrtfet to mention
ur tinmli'oiui) carved uwiroom bets In bulid (.las
epniring at nAoiiAle rates.
ecoveruiK nl Upholstered riirnttiir" a simmmaIIv
ry our r-nny
aides of all sizo
and Sideboards lo iiihU-Ii
verybody knows we make a f nature of luturior Decorating,
teryUidy knows Mr. Geo. Ordway who makes thla a special feal ur.
evoguizttl ai the cheapest
eliauility, Promptness aud
house in Honolulu,
Dispatch is our motto.
Bum. 525 TELEPHONES Mutual t.4J
'I'llKKK Nil Kl.V KI'll
1 iiUIimI H'wtMix M Ni.
In ttaQ Coming Races !
I Ounti'ii ljiiit-
'IMHil.K HUH Y V It
1 n -lied Itxinin al Wat
kUl 'li tin- Ii-ai-Ii Tt n
vrry r'""il)i. A.n i
'll'liiiili' uf 1'inmo'i. ton tnfl.
Vl iNVvSaySf av7fW
fur niuuli. im'ii-
tlentan nitateil ou Uit
UnU street. IS minutes'
walk Irom I'ost Ullicu. AilJrem "U.
this otlii-e. Unci tl
l WAIKIKI ONTHft
uanrs (or one or two Hln
kIm Uentlrmeu: board op
tional; batlilna (arllitloi Rood
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES BET
A. II oil's
strret now ocnplid by Mr.
J. H Wotlelmune. Jr Pok-
rejulon iclvnn on Auguitt Ut.
iiartluulara aiipiy to
llfi'J Iu KIiik Hlrtft.
THET ARE FLYERS I
DKXTKK AND WAl.KKR
WILL UK THKIIK . . .
H. E. WALKER,
Axenl. UobulalU, 11. 1.
CouqIdi Block, Itrehut St.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
UENEKAL PUBLIC 1
Benson, Smith & Co. s
Oomer Fort. So FTotel Sts
PE1R S. S. "QABLIO."
HOLLIBTBR Ac CO.
Iluvf niadf unothor Large Liuportutioti ol
CUIOI. COMI-idtTtlli K
I slid Niutlv Fitrnlflifil
tuiMr, tiiiKiKiin inn. i nun m.iltJ-;,
Cenirwl Ilnlun I linrli 73 a'"", l
Boretania Btrrct II (;h ('ulllnn, Large OIo
ret , r nit nitlil Lanut, Mml every cunveiil
ence. Kniiilro mi iirpiiilbm or MiiiumI
Tuluihono IKM 1015-lw
Fine House and Lot
ami bee before you
'IMIK UNDKHBIUNEI) OFFBUB
X sale tbnt Fint lioincBti'nil (111 th
matiku utile ol Uerrtaulu ktrict, 100 feot
eaat t I'eiiBnro'a street. Tlte Ixit lias
front of Km fi ft hih a depth or 113 feet A
UixhI DwKlline lloime in mxl reimir; con
Uiim 1'urlor, l)iniiiirrioin Kitmien, I'an
try, lledrooiii, Haiti and Vatnr (Jlose t and
an olllee on the lower lloor with FourUoiid
UudroouiH on sei-ond lloor There in a sulw
itantlal Uhrii, conlalnlni; Two ritallb, room
inr iwo oarnsRi'g, wooii nneu aim tier- 1
vanta' Hoom, a Hervant' V O. ami Two ! W1ELAND
uuwi uvon iuuid. riirvitri Nrwiuitii,fP t.l
At Smith'h Uus and Livkuy
1 Stahlks, Kino Sthkkt,
I l Adjoining Metropolitan, Meat Markt,l
Is tho CheajM'bt Place In Town yoo
I pet IliiNsex, WHUonetten, nilgKie
Baddle Homes, It will nay yoa to
pay yoa to call
EXTRA . PALE
W, It, UhI. or of
t V HIMKIHHH
Hrands of I. A
fliwiiio Htriwtrt Co,, L'd
trpixxtu Hrnfel Hlonk
Wr7 PVMJT KTWWJWT.
Ijukp Auaort.ment of Shapes and Stem,
hi &ile lii Hwd or Datj Ptid Cor, Firt I iirehml Strttlv
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
l.l. I'KttHONB INTRNDlNll TO
lake nuoiaue on HtvuinurH nt the
liiler-Uliitul HU'uni Novlnutliin Co., from
llonnltiln, aro heruuy ruiiionted to pur-cliu-o
ili'ketb ut the Vhnrf Olllcn ol the
Cimiittny hforeeiiiliarkli)Ki "lid unypaii.
otiKer failing to do no nlmll lie unlijeut to
payil (itiri'tiiit ul the retiuliir fnre In addi
tldii tlmreto. This rule will lie atrii'tlv en.
forced from aud after the Ht day nl Auuitrl
proilmo. W. II. UODI'IIF.Y,
Houolulu, Julr 17. IKii
W. II. MuI.iam. Hec'y. I're.ldeiit,
Lager Beer !
2 SGUQONKRS FOR 25 GENTS
DUlie and Olasiwara Wanted I
Clock, Waiehes and Jewelry Wanted t
Old tiold aud silver Wauled I
Igksst PrloM Pali I
IHH.V7W IU Klag Btraot, corner of Alakta.