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NOTICE TO TAX PATEK3
Tax payers of this District arc hereby
tiolllled that all Taxes are now tluo nnd
payable at the ollleu of tbu Tux Ate9ur
tid Collector, at the Government UuIId
The olllce will be open from !) . m. until
4 r. m. dally, (Sundays excepted), to receive
payment ol tuch Taxet.
"All Taxes which shall remain unpaid
niter the 15th day of December, (III) t n
percent shall be added to such Tuxes by
the Assessor, and shall be collected u part
ot such Taxes."
WALTKI! U. Wni'.DON,
Deputy Assessor and Collector, District
of Kona, Island of Oahu.
Assevr and Collector of Taxc, 1'irt
Division. Rii; ot
Holders of water privilege, or Hun
paying water rules, aru hereby nolllied
that the hour for Irrigation pitrpoMM lire
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., nnd o to 0
o'clock p.m. A. ItltUW'N,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kimh,
Mlulsturof tho Interior.
Honolulu, May , IK) I. 118,'Mf
Ju 2ilii Uslin,
fledged lo ttrtther tft! tvi Stint,
Hut Etlabliihtd (or th lien fit vj Ah.
SATUKDAY, DEC. 8, lftu
Hu. F. W. Damon advocates thai
tho Toachors' Association Lavo a
technical library. It would doubt
less bo a great holji to oiliicalioii,
with or without a uonnal school.
V. C. Wildor has had a btiKgy lit
tod with au elect rie light for nuroral
yuan, suppHud from tho storage
plaut at his residuueu. Tho Star is a
littlo bohiudhaud in recording local
Johnson tho bicyclist is breaking
records so often that he must tank
in that lino with tho speediest steam
ers and horses of tho day. .Some
body must bo tho fastest wheelman
in tho world, and Johnson hat a
right to the honor io long as he
Their latest atrocities in Armenia
make tho Turks more unspeakably
detestable than ever in tho eyes of
tho civilized world. It look as if
tho United .Slates will be compelled
to tako a hand in the Turkish tjiiev
tion along with the European
Powers. Some of her citizens labor
ing in Armenia as missionaries are
among those the Turks keep in
dread of their lives. Tho question
with America will be whether she
cau go into European affairs in any
case without abandoning tho .Mon
All praise Ib duo tho young Ha
nailans who have banded themselves
together in au association for mu
tual improvement. They should re
ceive tho encouragement of well
disposed people, at tho start especi
ally, when they are equipping their
place of rendezvous. They have au
excellent piano on trial iu their hall,
and propose to give a concert to
raise money to buy it. They have
talent that will make the price of n
ticket bo for "value received" and
not a gratuity. Mrs. T. IC. Foster
has come nobly to tho assistance of
tho ItiBtituto by granting it a com
modious hall rent free for one year.
IT TWINKLES FURIOUSLY.
From rofulmiuatiug pulpit thun
der, tho Star turns lightly to ordi
nary, vulgar, commonplace news
paper controversy. It is worked up
grievously over a statement iu Ka
Loo that the Hi i.i.ktin is loyal to the
Republic, which Ka Leo meant to
bo a damning couut iu its indict
wout charging the lin.urriN with
treachery to something else. Tim
Star outers a demurrer to the count,
aud protends to olTer proot of the
Bulletin's disloyalty. Its proof is
exceedingly thin, being partly base
less assertion, partly statements that
have iio bearing on tho issue, and
tho rest a weak defense of certain
brauches of tho administration criti
cized by this paper. Similar argu
ments to those that tint Star employ x
to prove tho UrLurns treacherous
to tho now established form of gov
ernment recognized as such by the
loading nations of the earth -would
if applied to tho great Jlopuhlicau
and independent papers of the
United States, with regard to their
dealings with the uational politics
of that Republic, convict all of them
of treasonable expressions. If the
Buli.ktin followed the course of
tho Star, iu tryiug to earn Gov
ernment pap by being treacherous
to tho public interests, il would in
deed bo guilty of disloyally to the
Republic. When affairs are going
manifestly wrong iu different
brauches of the administration, it is
the worst of treachery to tho Re
public for a public journal to keep
ou harping that everything is lovely
aud reputable. When tho commu
nity is aware that tho mounted
police has been a nuisance instead
of a protection, aud that numbers
of tho special police engaged by tho
bureau have turned out to bo despe
rato criminals, and that several cap
tains and subordinate ollicers have
been expelled from tho force in dis
grace too often with apparent re
luctance -what sort of a reply is it
lo moderate statements of these
facts for a public journal to say,
"With V. O. Smith as Attorney
General and 12. O. Hitchcock as
Marshal the bureau administration
has no need of a special pleader"?
Tho Ui't.LKTiN is not aware that it
has been conducting a systematic
campaign against either the Attor
ney General or tho Marshal. It has
published the news pertaining to the
police bureau with much care exer
cised as to its credibility. If any or
all of its news can be disproved by tho
Star, its own confidence in the bu
reau can only lie shown by proving
that such information us we, in the
ordinary routine, have given is un
trustworthy. Some of the matters
it lias been our duly to criticize are
long paMj and wo have been glad to
notice some changes for tho better.
Moreover, this paper lias had very
much praise of particular police
work from time- to time. Wo be
lieve that Messrs. Smith and Hitch
cock are both men who will try to
tlo the right thing, but they, liko all
other ollicials iu responsible posi
tions, would find it much harder to
do their duty if there woro no
journals independent enough to tell
them unpleaaut truths about what
is being done iu their departments.
A public press entirely of tho cring
ing, Haltering, beslobbering typo of
the Star would be one of tho chief
factors iu bringing about tho failure
of the Itcpuhlic. God savo tho He
public from such defenders as tho
KA.VAIAUAO CUUKCH FAIR.
Ladles Who Will Assist nnd Their
One of the events that is going to
draw the well-disnosed community
next week is the Kawaiahao Church
Fair. It will, tako place on Friday
and Saturday, and the benevolent
lady promoters are hustling for it
iu a manner that assures success.
The various tables, etc., will be con
ducted by the ladies here named:
Fancy table -.Mrs. llaaleiea, .Mrs.
Widdilleld. Mrs. S. M. Damon.
Seminary Table Mrs. l C. Jones,
Hawaiian Table - Mrs. Cuiiha,
Mrs. Haalelea Urahanu
Candy Table -Mrs. Dr. Day.
Flower Table -Miss Nolle.
Coiree Table -Mrs. Nolle, Mrs.
Ureuig, Mrs. T. S. Douglas.
Ice Cream -Mrs. Judd, MissJtidd,
Mrs. J. T. Waterhouse.
1'otted Ferns Mrs. Smithies.
Fii.li Fond-Mrs. Lewis.
Crab llox -Miss May Cummins.
Side Show (live French dolls)
Mrs. W. W. IlalJ.
Home Kulif Table Mrs. IC Lowers.
Lemonade Stand - Miss Helen
Cushion liootli-Mrs. Geo. lleck-
Leads to nervousness, frelfulues,
ptHivisluiess, chronic Dysjiepsia and
great misery. iIooiI'h harsapanlla
is the remedy. It tones the stomach,
creates au appetite, and gies a
relish to food, it makes pure blood
and gives healthy action to all the
organs of the body. Tako Hood's
for Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Fills become the favorite
cathartic with every one who tries
August Droier lelt ou tho Austra
Abini i-a n s r a i, .m i;i:ti N(i u Tin:
llnird of Triistcvs of the ijueen'i'
llosiiltul will be tli-lil lit I lie lloipltul
IIull.lliiK.ini WKDNKhDW.lhK I'Jth day
ol Dieeliiber, lit IO::J o'clock I'.r iTiler
i' a. bi'iiAi:n:u,
Honolulu, Den. 7, IMU. rji.-:il
General Business Agent
Wilier, (ell. dor and Copyist.
Inleilltenci OIliM & Empojmeiu Bureau
IMH-sl'.S -AM)- ROOMS
(.iiM'ii and Hented.
A Tl.oruiiiih Knott'eilin'of Town, Country
i'ltllMlhPx UATIM l THIN TO I'ATIMN".
1. Olllce with A. I'. JVtTHin. Kiiulm
iiiiuiu street. l'-1J7-llu
Fori, neiir Hotel St.
Cm-. J, .Mi '.uni, Maimer.
Popular Brands of straight Goods
U.WAY UN HAM'.
Try tie- (Ireat Aiitlpr Tint llhievNie
Cm hi mi. a Hpeeliilty with this retort.
- I1I.H1T in tiii:
Famous Wiukind Lager Beor
Ariiiigliio - liiiliiii'il - Potior
B. HOPKINS, I'roprlitor.
Fine Cigars I
Arlington lilook, Hotel Street
December S, 1S04.
Every silver lining has its
cloud. The rain is worth many
thousands of dollars to the
sugar producers but it- lias a
depressing elTect upon the bicy
cle trade. We are not hand
ling riding wheels but we have
the lincst lubricating and lamp-
oil for bicycles ever brought to
this country. The containers
have wee spouts io them so
that the lamps may be filled
direct from the cans and with
out spilling. This oil may be
used in carriage side lights at
a much less cost than peanut
oil. It's in pint cans and sells
at 50 cents. We have also a
large stock of sewing machine
oil suitable for all kinds of line
machinery including Type
writers. Our famous Dielz Oil Stoves
with ovens and cooking uten
sils have arrived and are offered
to you at low prices.These stoves
are arranged so that there is
not the slightest odor from the
lamps, and they may be used at
an expense of about two cents a
meal. People in Honolulu who
are using this make of stove
pronounce it perfect in every
respect. One customer told us
he would not accept any other
kind of stove as a gift. If you
prefer an iron stove our stock
of Pansy Stoves all sizes is
Painters will be interested in
our stock of Shellac, Copal
and all sorts of varnishes as
well as lead and oils which has
been largely augmented by re
In addition to the celebrated
Melding Refrigerators we carry
the new Alaskan, constructed
on entirely different principles
from any other and made of
hard wood and parts liable to
rust fully protected. This is
the same make of refrigerator
used in the California Hotel in
We have some Common
Sense pot cleaners that are
needed in every kitchen in the
country. Every lady who oc
casionally does kitchen work
appreciates the value of a good
Road Scrapers will be need
ed after these big rain storms.
We have some in stock suit
able for the work.
We are now selling the
" Dandy " anti-rattler for car
riages where the shafts keep
up a continual shaking. If you
111' il lUlllllllUU 3llillllll. II YUU
want to enjoy your ride do so
by using an anti-rattler and ,
ridding yourself of annoyance
on that score.
The sugar grinding season
is at hand and engineers will
have use for oils for the mill
machinery. The "Colorado"
brands are known as the Stand
ard in this country and can be
relied upon for their purity and
general good qualities. We
have this brand of oil in use
on almost every plantation on
the islands and wherever it is
used satisfaction is the result.
We have always in stock Dy
namo, Cylinder, Alachine, En
gine and Car Box oil in
"Colorado" brand. It is the
h,iv; 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f-1 1 I ii i-. , I Miul flii Ivtcl
ulsi maiuiMLuneu anu me oesi
Our stock nf hnliil'iv irnnik
k rnmnlrit in mnirv iviWirnl-ir
l LOIIipiLll. Ill LLT paillLUItll
when it comes to useful arti-
ties, rich in quality and low in
n n .. n..J... A. HA
imv iiHBuiiuu uii VV1
inn I1HWX11XII HMI'llWHrn IJI l.lll
OLD, YET NEW
Tortoise Shell Goods!
Tho larjju Pain Top
Shell ( oml) is the or
rect Hi ng this fall. So
tho Coin!) "Grandmo
ther'' wore comes in just
light. Strange how the
obi 5h sure to lie revived ;
how every new ilea is
but the old in a different
form. My line, of real
Shell Combs in very large
at the present time and
contains many special
patterns not generally
found in other stocks.
All the shapes in plain
and carved, and plenty
ot them. Some as cheap
as 1.00, some as high as
arc alo once again re
vived, and with this s. a
mhi'm style of dressing tho
hai", absolutely indispei
sih c. We have them in
many shapes, both gold
and silver; and know
your taste can be satis
lied ; while for regular
hair ornaments iu both
gold and -ilver, our stock
never offered such tempt
H. F. WICHMAN,
I HAVK JUST UKCtilVKI)
.A. Large Lot
TROUSERING SAMPLES !
Thnsn Samplon will bo hnro only
ONK WEEK !
Tlili Ik a rnru oinm-'iiiil! v u it
iilvc- von u i-liitliuf to ilcK from iiiiiimaiiii
of llie l.iMi'Ht ntylpit. Cull mi I utiiiiilnn
Corner Fort and Burclmit Slrn.
l ... .J
Will In-. iiiikIc to keep
excellent time, if left
for tin-- u duys with
bKitMt & Co., the
Wcll-lcnown and Kdi
ablts Watch Make 8.
If Htitisfactiiiii is not
tfivun your money v i ' 1
be refunded in lull.
KAKREll & CO.,
f5 1 Q irort Streot,
KAKEHAUEUA OIJILB' SCHOOL.
fpilK KIKVr TKIt.M OK KAMBIIA
1 mkii uihij Ui'iioin. cn- V BUNKS-
HAY, l-u. lllili, AiH'iCi'liB lur BitniW-
1M ,;,j (M. m,i-H.i fiMixHi'oi'i;uiirr
Mt KmtiHiiniiii ih Mill""), o ut ti Hit-
, wHHfti' K iihU rtirU'ti Kmim 1iihim Bmiiiui
' ll"11' Kii "r,Uv i""''"K ' " "i V2
ca,,,H ''" 'u t-un U l'lfn ifOi D.iHurj a
, XB1P .s.iM(iiilraitrn-Wiluiiiliiitlve
"""'' - "KUU
dissolution of pahtnekship.
'I I IK PAIITNI-niHIIir HKHBTOKMItK
1 KxlMiuii Imiwui'ii Vim Catnii, Johnson
ami Story l hmehy iIIknoIviiI, .Mr. Vnli
I uiiili ri'tirlni'. Tho lillllienM will liiinin-
t umn ri-tirniir
I dueled in (iiliiro hy Jnhlii'oii and Htorv,
i. ya. iA.nr.
' i.v ji
M. II. JOIINbON,
nU m1i lutllt .
Iron bound txidit.
wena eaten fctickit.
vi Jiurd mjf dM wil
Tho Hoard of Health recom
mend that all driukinjr, water
ho boiled and filtered. No one
dotihls the necessity of Ibis pre
caution with our city supply,
but those who drink
are always sure of its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. Nai'A Soma is a pure mine
ral water, just as it comes charged
with r-purkling gas from the bo
som of mother earth. It is pro
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent pliysieiiins. It is
not 0110 of the new "make-be-lievo"
natural waters, but has
been in extensive use for twenty
live years. Wo furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by the
bottle, Doen or Case. Wo now
have cases of Sixty Pottles, es
pecially for families, at the very
reasotiablo price of $0 per ease.
A trial order solicited by tho
Agents for tlii" Ihiwnllitn Iivhtnl.
S S S
t u '
ELECTION OF OFFIOEUS.
AT TUB ADJOITItNKl) ANNUAL
iiii'OIIiik ol the K Mini ill lUiuwui
fiiMPAOY, l.lmltiil, hflil ut llii'lr Olllri', in
tills Ity mi iliu'.iiili Ini-t.. tlm following
Ollliorn wore olivieit to prvo ilurliiK tli
11. 1. Wllitcr.
H. (1. WIMi-r
8. It. It' 'Ml
O. I.. Wli'lit
15. J. Km Ik
. ... VlrM-l'ruslili'iit,
H. II. ItO.SK,
Hniioliilii. Nov. 'X IMII. IIUH-Im
FLECTION OF 0FFI0EBS.
AT TUB ADJOUUNBl) ANNUAL
liifittlim ol Wn.liHt'n Htkahhiiii-Com-I'a.nv,
LiiniU-il, hold at llielr Ollluo. in tlili
City, on tlio ailh hint., tlm followtiiBOIlli'iTH
with elcotuil to hcrvo dnrlii); tliu uiihiilii
1. L Wlirlit 1'ruslilpnt,
J. K. Hiinkfcl'l Vicu-l'rtNlUvnt,
S. 11 lto.sM Kccru'nry,
H II. IIomi Tinasurnr,
W. F. Allen Aiulllor.
b. H. hou:.
Hoiiolulil, Nov. l, 1WI. UDS-lm
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A 81'BOIAL MKBTINU OK Wll
iikk'h Kri:MNitii' ('llMl.vl l.liultuil,
held at llmlr Ollleu, In thin City, Kuoemlirr
I. INM, tlu tollowinu iJenileinon went
elected ni Dlrei'toM of the Company fur
the fiibnliiK year:
W.M. 0. IUWIN,
VM. V. ALLbN.
Wil, U. WILDBK.
OKU. 0. HKUKLBY.
The iiliovc mimed llentlunien tn;ether
with tho IWllunt, VI' 'ii l'rBIUeiil, und
Heuielury und 1'rciinurr of the Coiiijiuuy,
runiitl'iiiu tht Hoard of Direulorn
IL'OI tin H. II. UDSi;, tiuretary.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
I.L I'BIIBONS lNTBNDINO TO
J tnkn i,umii!ii on thu 'li-ninern "Ki-
nai ' and "Ci adihkk" from Honolulu are
herehv 'reitiiMteil to niruli ise tlekelN at
tl... i'l.i.ii.niiii'u (ill). ik liuf. ira iniil,,ii L tiuii
him mi) punM iiKir fiiiiini( io iioMt uiii im
Miliji'ul lo iny tvmiil- -llv- Miri'ciit of ihn
wfl'V-.'lf.rirlif "KI'mh ..nd'H..Vel;
JiilUlnr) I, l'.i-. Tor the eotivenii'iieii of
iiimkiiiiierH Hie Wharf llllliit v II I lm nii"ii
fiirllieMileollli'lieUnn Hie iilliirniioliHiif
mill "l:i.i iiini:.
WILIIBICH KTi;A.Mrtllll' CO.
Uoiiohllll, lieu. U, IfDI.
Pa,. VJ?XU-A 1X
lLW(VIillr 111 6.1
IF YOUR SHAFTS RATTLE
V ( I.I
j lo us, as
Stga Spkino, which, as an anti-rat
tler, is tho only sure thing in tho world.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G
No TO Qirm Stvoet
is the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It is manufactured after n celebrated formula now
in our po8eHHion. Tim material- used are. the pnrct
obtainable ; contaitiH nothing deleterious to the teeth
or ptiniR, and its use cannot be otherwise than pleas
ant aud beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the prer-or-vation
of tin ir teeth, do them barm by using a tooth
powder containing excessive "grit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not 'only to injure the
enamel by excessive friction, but hurt the gums.
A trial of Ai.oii.v Tooth I'owdku will convince,
anyone of its merit and the inlyantage of uing a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can be certain.
It is attractively put up, and will be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
I. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer for the Holiday Trade a Fiil Aumrliiitnt uf
General Groceries. Fumilien who wink to huy
wholesale (by the case or uriyinnl package) can
save money by calling on us. We especially call
your attention to our large stock of Extra Fine.
Granulated Sugars iu Barrels, Half Barrels aud
Hags. Also a full asmrtmenl of Cutting's Extra
Fine. Tabic Fruits at low prices.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and liltered.
The O.viA Rkmam.k Watkh Fnrat is the Slack k
BrOWolOW. They are undo
''" lUH-CSsillle ill till pill'tS Ulld
I) t l .i I ( II i
1'ALilL 11 A K 1 J
UOUNliU FOUT A
bring your Carriage
wo are the exclusive
the Oaklsox Shaft
on Kcientille. iwciples. lliey
Cllll be IVJldily ele.licd.
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