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TAX APPEAL NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby kIvuii that the Cmirt of
Tax Appeals for thu Dit'rkt of lloni-lnln
wilt all nt the Dbtrlot Court lioom on
TUESDAY, the Juth ilay of Nurrinlur,
A. 1). lS'JI, at 1 :.H) o'olueli I'. M , to hear
such Appeals ti m.iy he liruiijlil he fore it.
l'rosMent o( Court of l.i Aiviils for
District of Honolulu.
Ditcil Honolulu, II. I., Nov. IT. Iv'l.
I ll i I't
HohtuM of witter lirlvilecs, or llnm
l:iyiiii; w.itur riile, uru lit-ruiiy iioiideii
that the Iioum for IrriuUin nirioit" are
from 7 to a o'i look . u , mul . to i
o'clock r. M. A. IJIioWN,
Siijrlnlfiili'iit Honolulu iiu-r Work..
J. A. Kimi,
Mitiitor of tin- Inli'rlor.
Ilouohilu, .May St, Is'.il. li(-tf
Ortliit; to tlin drought ninl -imioII of
water, llio reiiH'iils iiliovu .lilihl -irii-l
aru ri-itu'tpil (o mlltvi uh.it uairr I lit1
may reiiilri for lniu-cliol.l iiriiii
before 8 o'elook . M.
Suerititeiiiteiit lloiioluhi Water Work.
Iloiioluhl, II. I.. I ills J i, l.v.M.
Clu nili gliillrlin.
ftnlgttl iv ncttner ftrct imt ",
Jul Etttlbltttint tor Ihr Urtifftl oj AH.
MONDAY, NOV. !., law.
AN ANNUAL VISIT
To tbo Lopor Suttluniimt rtt Molokal
Now Stuiunor's 'i'rlp.
The (lop.trluro of tint Moatin-r
Kcauhou of ttio I. I. S. S. Co.'t w,
ou Friday uvomii"; (or llio otlloiuoiit
at Kalmipnpa, .Moiulcu, has boon
nlruaiiy uiotilioneil up to hor bIiuii
Uotouliotl oil tiio ht;lilUouu. l-'roiu
thou CO on llio oayo ut puoiio
luuiial liy reason ol lite smooth oa,
pleasant uoathor ami inu notahio
aUsoiico of unit -. I'lio ijiar
buoy was pasoil ou llio outward
trip, al It):-'.), ami I'no iiiuiuu-s lator
tho Ih)1I buoy was loft asiurii, ti.i
vvsaul a yl only uutior half pcou
At 1U:IU doparitiro was liatl lroin
Diamond Head ami thoro soomoil hut
liltlo ililfuruiicu m tho uasy rod,
which tbo buoyant wsaol now com
inoucod to inihilKo in, from lioro to
tho mitl-cliaiiut'l, wIik-Ii wi kuoiwi
to liavo boon roai'hod by MoloKai
lijjlit U'iiitf sighted at 1:.hi oVlocK.
'I ho oa was ttiiiuolh, and but lit t U
witid was indicated, ,)ut ttio slum
cross swoll, which came in lroin
boitlhuast, would liutu aiiido tho
vujngu vory uiicoiufortablo tor pas
Kouyors in n loss worthy tea boat.
Engineer Wossuor al In post lit tho
oiih'iiio-rooiii was watching ttio aetiou
of tho liiachluory nud oxpusscii
pleasure ami surpriso nt tho oatis
lactory inauuur in which tho oiih'iuo
ami its parts had stood, wiliiout
heating, tho work alicady portonu
od, not tho loast of wtucli was tho
labor attoudanl upon tho atlompt
to back away from tho contact near
thu lighthouso. Captain Lo Claire
praised tlio roailiiios with which tho
btoanior answoroil lur holm ami
Chiof Ollicor Karstou, whohadac
coinpaniod tho ossol in hor voaKc
hithorto from San l'rnucisco, ,'''','
sovornl instniifos of hor ability n
au oxcolloiit hoabont. Amidships
and a(i tho pound of voices raised in
song nud laughter K'" evidoiice
that tho accommodations were am
plo and that tribute to Father Nop
tuno bad net been demanded. At
l:!tO o'clock, after hautig run under
half npoed for noarh half an hour,
tho slioro lights of Kalaupapa wore
sighted nmi Captain Lu Claire, al
though tin darkest hours were ou,
stood in ami soon came to anchor
within HHJ yards of the lauding.
Breakfast win had at tr.W, after
which President .Smith of the Hoard
of Health provided for the convey
ance on shore of Father Leouor
aud party, who were tho lirst to laud,
tho other voyagers following later
The Kalaupapa of today, as now
soon from thu sea, is far dilleient
from tho Kalaupapa of even a few
years ago. Then a few houecs,
widely separated, with no sign ol
ordor or neatness, little show of
vegetation and few indications of
lifo. Now although at early morn,
tho whtto cottages, close and coiii
pautly placed, gave an air ol good
fellowship aud comfort. The giouu
treos lifting their heads in man
places and thu lower hhrubbeo
added a charm in which distance
luiit soino enchantment to the view.
Ami then tho air of active life given
by tho many people hurrying to and
fro made former visitors to Kalau
papa appreciate a great change for
tho better in thm sad i-ity by the
After tho party had lauded ami
paid a visit to Superintendent
liutchiiiHoii's house, an ollicial visit
of inspection was made to tho Bishop
Homo for (Jirls. In this visit Presi
dent Smith look the professional
gentlemen and others who were in
tho party in aud through a do.eu
separate buildings used as class
rooms, dormitories, playrooms, etc
Tho Mother Superior accompanied
tho party of visitors ami, though
mild hi bur speech and gentle in
manners, it was plainly apparent to
all that her strong and earnest desire
was that a thorough inspection and
imjuiry would bo had of the iustitu
tiou which is ho fortunate as to have
tho able conduct of her and her
co-workers in the cause of humanity
Needless is it to say that everything
was cleanly, neat and orderly, ami
that tho unfortunate inmates show
ed in their simple way that lhe
were as happy as circumstances per
mitted. 1' roin theucn to Kalawao,
where a short visit to Dr. (Join's
tistabliHlnueiit was made, a plethora
of signs suggesting that the visitor
"Drink Hires' Itoot Itour" being one
of tho few dUappoiutiug indications
about the establishment. It wa
apparent that there was much room
fur iiiinroveinent in cleanliness in
and about this, former old, hospital, - ..
but the patients seem to receive
necessary care, and as yet many of y ,o .
them have faith in Dr. Goto's at- '" ' '04-
tempts to alleviate their disease.
From iiere a llyiug visit was made to SlllphulOUS fUHICS pcrillClltC
Hie Haldw in Home for Uoys situated r '
on the inauka side of tho road from tllC ;ltlllOSpllCl'C to-day.
the out cnurcu oi earner uaiinon, .... r ti i i
and almost opposite the yard whore I llC r.Uiil;lll llllS 1)0011 U great
inanv of the "uuclean" now sleep f..,. nt. (r. ii,, ,vi:ic ,t,rt
theif last long sleep. Uero the pro- COIIllOltOI to tile p.lltlOb WI10
fessional gentlemen made an extoii- , n , ps a w j a q ,1C
si vc examination being ably assisted "
in their inquiries by that uoble people W'llO dri'0 IlloiHJ Bere-
speciiueu of manhood who has ,
given his life and ability for tho taillll Stl'COt past the "llor.SC
past ten vears, without price, to ,, . .,
the life work or the dead Damion SCarCI" at TllOlliaS bqiKire, for
in boltering tlie conditiou of the ,i ,,,,!, rlilUr tbimr lvi Ivi.nv
unfortutntes at Molokai; a man "10 lU151jhlly 111111 Il.tN 1)0011
whose name shoul.l never be or- romoVa. C I1U,J 1S rJS-
gotten in the annals of tbo good,
and who is known as plain Hrother ;urocablo bllt tllO antloyailCC is
.Joseph Dutton, a lay member of the '
order, of the Sacred Hearts and the decreased WllOII )'OU IKIVC a
Franciscans. The inspection of . . 0 , ., ...
these promises was very pleasurable , Hai'timilH ilOOl AUI. It IS as-
to the medical meii on account of 4ain:t1:n.r 1mv, (-iiiiiklv' -mil
the care and order displayed, and U)l1IM1lllJf HOW iIUIlKI) dlUl
also for the opportunity given them Jhon.rhly tllO Mllo.s of tllO
to mow some advanced cases. After J
a short sta return was had agahUo hoeS ai'O cleaned by mbblllJJ
laupapa. where a collation was given tllOlll OV0I' tl10 StOCI. WO lKlVO
liv President Smith to his guests. . , . t
riio .Settlement baud played so vral tllO Ilials 111 VariOUS SIZCS for
airs during the luncheon, au act .i t1niis.. tnrc nr nuUc
which was duly appreciated by the " OU. MOIL Ol ptlUlIC
visitors' contributing fifteen dollars linjdjiir,
to them for their use and comfort.
A few minutes before 1 o'clock Another HOVcIly 111 tllO Way
orders were given to embark on the , . .
Keauhou again, and all hands were of a I3l;U.'KlllJf B()X. By tllC
soon once more on their ocean home. Iif-, IA ., , ..,,:.., irt
IVfore departure tho Settlement . D. liiyailt W0 lOcClVOd a
baud played "God Savo the Queeii," i., r n.u..Jnir nw ( in
in compliment to Captain Hawes, m Ul l'-KII1J L- U.ip-
l.lVM.'sC)iiiinissioiier,And JJisliop anCl -MK nickeled), which fold
iHis, after which "Hawaii Pouoi"
was played, coinplimeiitary to l'resi- up agaillst tllO Wall aild aiO
dent .Smith and Messrs Kua and ' , M t k.
Lansing, members of tho Hoard of Completely OUt of tllO way.
Health. Departure was had from wfl.., w , , ,i, j. ,. ,j
Kalaupapa at 1:10 and after a voy- ' Ve S00I1 tllOlll .UlVOrtlSOvl 111
ago made pleasant by the luuefut ,h m;llrllzineS ailll tllOUljht
voices of the Misses hua, Jlisses N
Uue. Miss Wttterhouse and Miss them a good tiling. YOU Wore
Jotiesfwho had all been prisoners . V . .
ou board during tho shore visit of right 111 VOUI' opilllOll beCailSO
llio oilier im.iu'i."; .iin..i mw iiui. , , . I n
in Honolulu harbor ajiain at Vi'M tllOV WV a good tiling and Well
o'clock Following is a list of . . , .., -f.
th.. passengers on the trip: t W0III1 Ilk J."U OU p.iy IOr
Mim Cook, Misvs Kua, Misses i.m
Kice, Miss Waterbouse, Miss Jones, ,,,,-,,,
Mrs. urovvn, Captain a. g. M. The Premier Egg Cups do
Hawes, Hishop Willis, Father Leo- , " '
nor, Drs. Day, Weddiok, Uaymoud. not S00I11 to 1)0 kllOWIl llOlO
McGeltigau ami Murray; Messrs. . . . ( .,
Lansing, Kna. .J. T.Watof house, Jr.. judging flOIll tile many lliqill-
C. 11. Keynolds, J. D. McVeigh, W. ,.;,.,.,, i..r , i... i f,...,. .,,mil .
L. Vilcr.J. W.U.rvin, CD. Chase, H0S W0 ll.lVO ll.ld llOIll people
W. N Armstrong, Kev. O. P , K.uer- w,0 xlj .v 1;l ev ,,. , .. J
sou. U"V. J. Waiauiau, Cajitain J. A.
King and Frank Godfrey. of tllOlll. TIlOSO ClipsaiO lllllilo
The following are the ollicers of of porcelain just like a tea Clip,
the Union Food Co., L'd, elected at . .. , , . , .
the adjourned annual meeting held OIllV smaller, and IWVC a lllCKel
yesterday: II C. Macfarlane, presi- t , i . ,,,,;i, v. . .,.. ,,
Tlent; V. F. Allen, vice-president: PlUttfU lop Which SCIOWS Oil.
F. W. .Macfarlane, manager aiiiI Tli ,-, ,b hivilcs llv oi"'s in
treasurer. F. Klamp. auditor; F. 1! ' "K L,,UK ,J,4"K! Ulu LgsS 111
vid.i, so i.itnry the cup and puts the litl on and
Kaiinaua.A native who has been jlc.n n,ps j( into liol Water,
absent aim-ad live years returned on '
the.s.s. Oceanic to day. ' In a few minutes the egg is
m " 'cooked and brought to table in
TllC R6S0I1. ' the cup. The advantages of
; this i cup are several. In
Tlifif niv Hunt.' pooplf in the lirst place there is no dan
llinioltilii who think they ger of having a superannuated
iiivii.t.miH.rlyclnluiil..Hs , . . your qlass
tin- .nni'iits they wi'jir " " N J s
voi .5 or u. 'Phi.' ivji- when you are ready to oat your
Mm U iipp.nciit they nru breaklasl; if the eggs are too
111 ' ripe it is not known outside
A FflCt. the kitchen because your cook
ICvtryluMly i not rich-in ' will loam of it when he breaks
Isict,' miiht pi'opU- in thirt tbo .shell, and before the q is
world hiivt to I'd ; mighty cooked. It is not a pleasant
mcivf on t nuiko hotli vihIh ' occupation to break the shell of
HOPP & CO
Not only is our Stock the largest, but
our prices nro tho LOWEST, mul our terms
the most LIBER VL ever offered the public.
Puy Fine Furnishings of us, at Lower
1 Vices t.lian are charged for inferior grades
elsewhere, and enjoy them while you arc
Plonpip So Co.,
IsTo. T-i King Street
OTIIING so correct as a New
Break. We manufacture all
kinds to order and we have
ample time between now and
the holidays to get up some
thing that will make a very suitable present.
lroin nil I lie (VI bmtPil
l'nitcrlc- In Hip ttultnl
" l v
IMI'OiiTKItH, WMOI.KBAI.K AND lir.TMI. DK.M.KItS IS
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
EaraiLiLISTIEIR &c CO
Cor. Fort and Merchant StrootH
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'FG CO.,
No. 70 Queen Street
meet, and at tin i'iid of thu
yi-ar huvt' nothing to show
a hot egg anyway. If it was
boiled eggs would not hav
extra wrinkle or two. , been P1 m ,llc armpitN of
jcrnniiials in the day ol the m-
LunitiS. jquisilion. With a Premier cup
1 have M,.,u.tl,in- that will , '" -simPlv unscrew the lid and
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB
New Goodb ! Latest Designs ! Largest Slock !
Hlll.lDdAK HKIMtOOM OKTti,
iWWm. M)UNOKH, WAKimOIIICK,
MlKIKllth Mttlll.lUNIIM, K-I'il.. KTH.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'rr Knll of Ml Ynriln. 1 12.00.
And a Pine Quality for $9 por Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent !
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntual 76
IHiKveixire to O. K. Wlll!niiia.
09 AND 611 KING STREET
strilvi- yoiii fancy in the
ie ejj is ready to eat, and
shape of a .Jacket a Klau- your linger tips have not been
ml .lacket with a silk Ktnpe scorched. We sell the cups
-a p ifect lit or no will. sinj;v 0r bv llio dozen.
Imir it several cases ol i,. .. ihi. ., j,..
., , , , . , i It s a little mote h an a
these .Jackets very c cap I . .-iri -i i
for cash. They are just ,,,u"1" l""M "i'ii.u am. juu
the thiu to lip on to malic
a call, ljo to market, a pic
nic, or church in fact,
tln-y are ood eiionyli or
probably haven't made the
slightest preparation for it. Let
us call your attention again to
our assortment of Rookwood.
I. i ..
l..or enou-n ,o wear 'r- Uconlaiiis a number of useful
when- and everywhere.
pieces as well as some good
only for ornamentation. There
are no duplicates; every piece
dilfers fiom its neighbor either
Xow thin is the important
IIMI'l. Al'tl'l' Villi llllVC M--
lectcd one that looks We in decoration or shape. Rook
with your dress and yon i wood compares favorably with
li'id that it lits, you say, ' Ciown Derby or Royal Wor
',,,ow '1V" j coster but is much less expen-
The Salesman f Thf colorif is richtts
I itsell and never grows tire
nivs, ' .si. 00, madam," rIMjmo
-.Sl.ui) uu, , a. thu cse; T;c ..A.1Wl,.l w bri,r
may lie, and then' on me. , . .
The modest Ulerk do, snot ,,)llk'1 ,1"kIs f(" Ch""
even blush when he is (old 'loie making purchases elso
"how clicaii."' lie is used whole come and look al our
to thin kimi of tiling. slock.
That lirclos toiler after trade,
Ae mi nr rl Uml nuM ii-ii.
p ' riir, mi I tlii'M" miiiii- m'(i
I'll' ! IIITrtllV WMIll ll"l l-'tMIt
Wi-iir, nml II ilii-.v ilnii'i ijM
Hi I' in ny' wiirili th y
Ulill'l COIIII' lli'llltl.
ili-it II- well arc J (on-ti-r
in tli wt-nriT. I.Mrn, Si no
in ii A Miti mi i.'h fliii", for
I jtl-i mul l IiIIiIp ii nm 'In
silitrlcir of ii ij ul I, it lnHliit-f.lflU'i-
for Hit tt iirr lioii)'lit f.ir llitur
ilitrrti-iiity. if n iii'-n Ii i)-h ii
t-li n tlmt ' lirenkn amij" in n
wiik or two Ikumi- 'i w mil nu
ll li-r pntr fri-ni l kiuiip fun
to-y, John. on A .Miiii-iiy
liiukii IIih be.l lli-ut's SIi.h- on
tliu iimrk-i .
.!. .1. H(iAN,
Till Fori Htusut.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd,
OiUMMtt HrMkto Illoek,
tOW VOHT THMIIV.
friiin iIih Hlioviiiinil utlitir tui'l
known llrniM urn f-ir.nU- mo r
NhH hromc, No UiTi Knur Si
'I'h'-M' kmhh ii n Jiml iiH-nnl,
mul mi- tin' v ry iiili-i-t ntyli",
iiii't ii priri'ii tu Hint I In- tlini-".
103 Port Street.
Il'c hnj to announce (he
return of our arlinl J rum Ihr.
xtntrs where he hit liccn
npnml'uuj the ttnl year xn'k
hnj nxefiil kiwwlcilye aud
IIV arc better prepared than
i eer to Jill orders for anijtliiny
on the Hue of deenrathe paint
iwj ou china, ijIiirk or any
I.eure your orders early for
Dinner, Xuiuh or other iardn
of Hawaiian yet. up,
Wc now make a xpicinlty
of eoloriny lantern ttlidcx, and
Call and see what we hare
AlifllTPM .MtniifinMiiri-riif Kmn'y
. JAUUIiN, WmiiKliI Iron I'.-h.-.h
for Itiinul litt, lti'lilnnr'K, IIiihIhiih lu-i-iiiili'i
I'ln I'iiIoii itrci'l, iii-iiri iiiinlii
ELECTION OF 0KKI0EU8,
Al TIIK AD.IOHKNKI) ANNUAL
Mi-itllnijof i In- I'mun Krini'ii, l.'n,
lii-lil oil I'rlihi), tlin llllli liirllln follow
lll! IMIIi-ir Willi' ulri'li-il for till) KIIMlllll!
IS. ('. Minifiirliinu .. .I'ri'lii'iii
. I'. Alli'ii Vlie.l'rii-lili'nl
I', VV. Miii'firlmiii ...Miin'i;ui .V 'I'r.-us'r
I', KIiiiiiii Anilllor
K. It. Vliln . .. .Hi'iTi'lury
I'. It. VIIIA.
I ll'."i-ai hi-u'y Union IVfil Co., I.U.
A TAX ON INCOMES
has received much discussion, its chief commenda
tion, or condemnation, of course, being that it does
not hit everybody. "When the Hritish Ciovernment
wished to reach everybody iti India with a tax, it
was found necessary to levy it on salt, as that was
tho only article that everybody uhi d.
TO INCREASE INCOMES
is tho problem to-day engaging every thoughtful
person. There are few indeed, who can get along
without drugs med cines, or the good things kept
by a modem drug store. Is this not a fact?
ve wish to make is this: Do you prefer paying the
prices asked for twenty years in Honolulu for drugs
and patent medicines, brushes aud other sundries,
or buy from us at cut rates? We have gained hun
dreds of now customers during the past few months.
Why? HecatiHc they have found that they get
everything of the best quality at ti less tax on their
SOME PEOPLE THINK
we have discontinued cutting, but they are misin
formed. We have not tried to stop. Wo like it
and we arc not sorry we stinted it. We will con
tinue so long n the public approve oi' our method
of doing business.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner Port, & Hotel fcJt.rt
Prom Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A LA.K.O-E1 ASSORTMENT.
Beware of Bacteriated Waterl
Drinking water should be boiled and tillered.
The Om.v Kkmaiii.i-: Watku Kii.tku is the Slack
Brownlow. They are mule ou seientillc pr'n ciples. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily denied.
PACIFIC llAliDWAKI: CC, LD
UOUN'KIt KOUT .V MKUOIIANT STKKBTS.