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NOTICE TO TAX PATERS
Tux ji'crs ' "''9 District lire hereby
tiotllled that all Taxes aro now due and
payable at the otllee of the Tax Attestor
and Collector, at the Government Build
The olltce will bo open from I) . m. until
4 r. tl. dally, (Buriilays excepted), to receive
payment ol such Tint'".
"All Taxei which shall remain unpaid
after the 15th day of December, (HI; tn
percent shall be added to euuli Taxes by
the Assessor, and shall be collected in part
of such Taxes."
WAITKi: V. WKI'.DOX,
Deputy Assessor and Collector, Disirict
of Kona, Island of Oahu.
Assessor and Collector of luxes l'lrt
Division. IMi Ol
Holders of water privilege, or tlio
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irritation purpose, are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 5 to tl
o'clock p.m. A. ItKOVVN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Work'
J. A. Kliiii,
Mlnl-terot the Interior.
Honolulu, May -, IK) I. 1IS.M.
agent, tho commanding polioo oll'tcer
who mailo tlio raid, actod most erra
tically in porformiug ordinary polioo
duty, for tho presorvatioti of tlio
peai'o, the same ovoulng.
&lu gnUrj g-ulUHn.
tUdijed to rl.er di. ? ui ,
flul JSitabliilifil for ttm Unrfit u; Alt.
MONDAY, Di:C. 10, Ism.
DEFENSE OF HIS FAITH.
Unrvin Kopllea to Attacks by
derouo E. Bishop.
Oillnm throlmjh'UM is tho rovivnl of
an old specifit of tuoiital but; or
blight which ht M'ttlod in llono
lulu. And tlm is how it catuo
about. For years tuo Congrega
tional Church ha hold solo away iu
Honolulu as the representative of
ov angelical Christianity. This year,
however, a Methodist Kpiscopnl or
gaiiialion has been started and the
Salvation Army has established a
pot and the Ctinsli.iu Church has
started a mission. Then the Jtev. S.
E. IJisliop wrote of these Ihttigs in
tho I'rioud for Ucceiubor, and while
professing pleasure at tho former
two decried the latter and made
what its minister, T. D. Garvin, con
sidered as injurious and erroneous
statements concerning the bod, its
teachings, and his own work. Conse
quently -Sir. Oarvin asked for space
in the Friend to reply. Mr. Bishop
wouldn't give him auy and told him
he had other media ol reaching the
public. Then Mr. Oarvin announced
tlirougli lue press inai no wouiu
read the charges yesterday evening
in tho Gospel tent on l'alnce Square
ami defend himself and his teach
ings against Mr. Bishop's asporsious.
This brought a large, intelligent and
thoughtful audience together at tho
After tho usual opening usercisos
Mr. Garvin stood up and said that,
like St. Paul iu his defenses, ho
Indies have truly quick wits
They aro knen of perception.
They are ever and always on
tho lookout for something fruly
front in the way of Bargains.
Those people will have a feast
at my store I ill Iho Holidays are
Experiments made lately by tho
United States Navy department
have upset some of tho extravagant
claims made for the new nielal,
aluminum. It does not repel barna
cles and is not a .suitable material to
be kept iu salt water for any length
of time. Its lightness recommends
it for metal work exposed to salt
water only occasionally. According
to these findings aluminum would
make good racing boats that may
be washed on and hung up to dry
after each brief contact with the
It does not appear from the num
ber of persons and the amount of
war material captured by the police
that any formidable conspiracy was
ou foot. For the premises of one
man Mr. Hush's yielded rather pro
fusely to the raid, yet, if that place
was the head centre of plotting mid
the principal depository of war ma
terial, the game was scarcely worth
tho caudle. It might bo outside of
would begin with his own life. l
this it appears that ho is a l'oiiu
criticism if the object was only to
find concealed arms, but, if it were 1 xvorM. nm,or the name of Method
atiuears Hint lie is a I'oiiusyi-
vauian by mrlli. ol covenanting
Scotch extraction, -an Ohioati by
adoption ami a Christian worker iu
nearly every State in tho Union.
His maternal graiidiuother ami
grandfather were two of the original
seven who were baptized with Alex
antler Campbell iu 1810. His father
never joined the Christian Church
lmt remained a Presbyterian. Ho
followed his father's footsteps for
four tears ami thou -foity-two jcars
ago -joined the Disciples of Christ,
since winch he had taught ami labor
ed nvorvwhoro. Iiuviiii! organized
hundreds ol congregations. His
record ami standing could be found
iu the last number of the church
paper now on file in the Y. M. C. A.
It would readily bo conceded, there
fore, that if anybody in Honolulu
know what the Christian church was
or what its teachings were he was
the man. He had always received
kind and courteous treatment from
everybody of all ranks anil beliefs iu
Honolulu until now with the oxoop
lions ho would point out. Original
ly ho came to Honolulu temporarily
and was going away, but decided to
slay ami open a mission at the earn
est request of some dear friends.
Work lirst began among the .Japan
ese. When i ho Japanese .Methodist
miuister came down and insist d on
to discover treason, while the mp
torus revealed may bo only too ob
vious, evidence to hold men iu prison
without bail for three mouths would
seem to be rather Uimsy. We are
fully of tho belief in the doctrine
that prevention is better than cure,
aud that the Government should
not take chances iu protecting itself
from subversion. Yet there is such
a thing as being too premature iu
taking action, which might result iu
increasing rather than duuimshiug
occasion for alarm. In this connec
tion it is not out of place to recall
the outcry, joined in by many men
prominent as supporters aud salaried
servants of the present Government,
agaiust the action of Matshal Wil
son iu 1NU2, when he stopped a revo
lution that was far advanced iu pre
liminaries. "There cannot be trea
son without the commission of an
overt act," was the familiar assevera
tion of these people suddenly be
conio learned iu the law, aud they
fairly drove lovers of peace and
quiet out of the street cars with the
tiresome reiteration of their marvel
ous legal lore. Although the accu
mulation of evidence for the trial of
those arrested ou that occasion was
most direct aud the conspiracy, from
the number caught hi it, formidable,
the persons referred to persisted iu
arguing that the Government had
no right to take the action it
did iu self-protection. Their argu
ments will apply with pro
portionately greater force to the
present case if, as appears to be
the case, tho conspiracy had only
reachod contemptible proportions.
This paper has no sympathy lor Mr.
Bush excepting as a man iu trouble,
because ho is largely responsible for
the subversion of Hawaiian inde
pendence which has taken place.
Ho was one of the leaders in
tho attacks upon the established
government as such prior to lb'J.J,
and he joiued hands with those he
reviles to-day to promote the con
fusion at tho legislative session of
1892, which gave the Queen an
advautago that she unfortunately
used to her own undoing under the
inlluence of unwise counsellors. Yet
we believe that the Government
would show more Hlreiigth by avoid
ingundue haste in proceeding agaiust
people who wear disloyalty on their
sleeves, but who have not enough
iullueiicu of their own to ever make
any serious disturbance. Ity wait
ing a little longer thev might have
more elfectually put an end to all
secret plotting. The impression
that undue haste was exercised on
ibis occasion is strengthened
by the knowledge that tho active
1st and not of Christian ho had ceas
ed to work with them, as ho fell It
to be conlrarj to the Word of God
to work under any name bin. ChrmlV.
Mr. Peck, the Methodist minister,
then began distributing tracts which
assorted thai the Hue name of the
dciiomiun'ioii was tho Caiupbelllton
and that thev tntieht baptismal re
generation. Mr Garvin wrote to Mr.
Peek, pointing out that liolliol these
insoitniuH were untrue autl inviting
.Mr. Peck to come to his congregation
ami prove them or ottering that he
(G .ivin) would go to Peek's emigre
gallon and dispiove them. Mr. Peck
refused the chalhmgo aud went ou
distiibuting the tracts. Then Mr
Ihshop wrote in the criend as above
narrated. Mr. Garvin then proceed
ed to read the extracts from the
Friend in their entirety ami com
mented ou what ho considered un
fair or unjust iu them. He first
pointed out that the name Camp
bolide was a nickname ami special
ly ollensive to them, as lliey De
lieved it wrong to bear the name
of any mortal ns a religious name
aud only tho uamu of Christ
could be used in that connection.
He pointed out that Webster's Dic
tionary aud tho Cyclopedias delineil
the church always by Us true names
Tho Church of Christ, the Chris
tian Church and tho Disciples of
Christ. He denied stoutly the
charge of proselyting and dared
anyone to assert that ever in his life,
he had a-ked anyone to join his con
gregation or persuaded them to
leave their own if already belonging
to one. He had simply preached
the bcriplurcH and urged obedience
to our Lord's commands. As far as
elevating baptism by immersion to
the extent of ten tiiiUM the amount
of stress on other biblical commands,
he would say while that amount of
water would prevent any sormou
fiom being dry he had not done
so. bo also the cliurge thai lie was
sowing tares (the children of the
devil). Throughout tho address Mr.
Garvin, while iu dead earnest, was
full of gentleness towards Mr.
Bishop, ami while frequently mildly
and sarcastically humorous, yet was
throughout straightforward mid
manly, lie wound up by giving a
the conditions of entrance into ami
fellowship in the Church of Christ
-faith, repentance, confession,
baptism ami faithful continuance.
That they pleaded for a e uuplele
return to the belief and practice of
tho primitive church an made known
in I he New Test tuieutand tint they
had no creed or leuets not found iu
tint words of Scripture, and that
the.v dunned no exclusive right to
the' title Church of Chrit, but
could accept no man'o name as
Lieut. Slileinau then gave evi
dence as to there having ln-on no
proselyting of anyone by inviting
them to join the church. Announce
ineiit was made that lecttiies ou the
liintory of the Christian Church for
lilt) past lit centuries would be given
every evening this week iu the tent
To-night's lecture is to be on the
first three centuries. It will bo
Dully llullrtln 60 crnti )rr month.
December S, 1S94.
Every silver lining has its
cloud. The ruin is worth many
thousands of dollars to the
sugar producers but it has a
depressing clTect upon the bicy
cle trade. We are not hand
ling riding wheels but we have
the finest lubricating and lamp
oil for bicycles ever brought to
this country. The containers
have wee spouts to them so
that the lamps may be tilled
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 Typewriters.
Our famous Diet?. Oil Stoves '
with ovens and cooking uten-1
sils have arrived and are olTered '
to you at low prices.These stoves I
are ai ranged so that there isi
not the slightest odor from the t
lamps, and they may be used at !
an expense of about two cents a :
meal. People in Honolulu who1 TllOSB Peopta
aie 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 J
prefer an iron stove our stock 1
of Pansy Stoves all sizes is
now complete. !
Painters will he interested in
our stock of Shellac, Copal
aud all sorts of varnishes as
well as lead ami oils which has
been largely augmented by re-,
cent arrivals. ,
In addition to the celebrated '
Belding Refrigerators we carry
the new Alaskan, constructed
on entirely different principles,
from any other and made of
hard wood and pails liable to
rust fully protected. This is
the same make of refrigerator
used in the California Motel in
We have some Common
Sense pot cleaners that are
needed in every kitchen in the
country. veiy lady who oc
casionally does kitchen woik
appreciates the value of a good
Road Scrapers will be need
m iranUund twel,
IF YODR SHAFTS RATTLE
PaMerns from the most Cele
brated F"torios iu the World.
Our shot and embroidered silk
Patterns are the most beautiful
ever brought to Honolulu. In
Wool Dress goods we have an
assortment that will please the
most fastidious, also Grenadines,
plain, strip"d and figured from
the European markets.
that fit like tho paper on tho
wall, all shades ami lengths;
Chamois Gloves that wash nnd
are just as good as now after
ward: long gloves, short gloves,
1 wide uloves, narrow gloves nud,
aside from this elegant assort
ment of gloves, wo have Gloves.
I goods aro naturally in demand
1 at this time of the year, and for
' the accommodation of our pa-
' Irons I have laid iu stock Table
j Scarfs and Draperies -nothing
' prettier for a present utih ss it is
I one of our opera Fnn, of which
1 1 have a largo variety. A lady
remarked i ho nt her diy t hat our
display of Handkerchiefs was a
"dream of beaut."
who alw.i) "put things nIT" till
the last iieiiueut will have re
grets loo late after Iho Holi
days, for never in my long ex
porieuce iu the dry goods Irado
have I seen Mich beautiful goods
01 so much value oliert-d lor so
little money as you will find at
my store, M t Fort Street.
That Tireless Toiler,
.1 .1. KUAN.
ROBBER STAMPS !
Hoard of Health rocoin
tlint nil tlritiktnr' wntor
bo lioiloil nnd liltorod. No one
donlits tlio nocosxity of this pre
emit. on with our oily supply,
but those who drink
lire iilwnyd sure of ils absolute
purity. Wo warrant every hot
tie. Napa Soda is a puro mine
ral water, just as it conies charged
with sparkling gas from tho bo
som of mother earth. It is pro
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physicians. It is
not one of the now "make-believe"
natural waters, but has
been in extensive use for twenty
live yonr.. We furnish Ibis
"King or Table Waters" by (ho
Hotllc, Dozen or Case. Wo now
have eases or .Sixty Mollies, es
pecially for fuinilies, at tho very
roifcniable prion of $11 per ease.
A trial order Miliritod by tho
Aivilis fur t'ir llnwnli.o; li.I'lnK
OU should bring your Ciirriago
to lis, as wo arc the exclusive
makers of the Oaki-sox Siiakt
tef Si'inNO, which, as an anli-rat-
tler, is tho only sine thing in the world.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MT'G CO.,
tTo T'O Queen ftrwt.
( Hrt?yia-r -
i-Yy ' Nvx-ji
1 Z?X& I
WATCH AND CLOGK DEALERS
OixkIkhiM mi VVi-vklynr Monthly
4 Maiunlc Temple. Alakea Street.
HONOLULU, - H. I.
Wjll In mudo to keep
c.wi'lU'iit tiiiH- if left
I'm tin v luyH with
FvititMt & )., till!
Well, known anil Keli
iihle Wjit eh Mnkv h.
11 sati-fiietion U not
given yi'in money i 1
be refunded in full.
FAKRKIt & CO.,
f5 1 F'orL srfti'oei.
ed after those big rain storms. , In ThW C'll y MoriiiufiS
We have some in stock suit
able for the work.
We are now selling the i
"Dandy" anti-rattler for car
riages where the shafts keep
up a continual shaking. If you
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, Atachino, l.n
gine and Car Box oil in
"Colorado" brand. It is the
best manufactured and (he best
Our stock of holiday goods
is complete in every pailiculai
when it comes to useful aili
cles, i id) in quality and low in
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd,
tlio thoughts of tlio liotiRolioldor
nro dirtu'ti'il towatils funl ns n
inonna of .(oiipinjr warm. To
pt I lio liylit iii;iUty nt tlio
ritrlil prion in tho uinttor to lm
oonoldorod. ThoroV Iota mid
lotn of will id for snlo, but to (,'ot
vvlint is lmil for tlio money i
Wo coiiltinil nnd wo Imliovo
wt nro r!:lit in our jvnl jf uimit,
Hint tin wood wo dollvor to our
pnlrom in tlio hoH oviir oHon-d
for unlit in Honolulu. Our
nlorolm in full fjnmth anil
linn more ImmIv to it tlinn Hint
fsrovvu nnywhoro on tint IkIuihIh.
Our wood choppcri know a
fjood filing vvlion limy boo it,
nml iu niltiiiK limy Mtliul only
wlint thoy Know to lio ootl to
use Wo novor dolivor nny ox
copl vvlint is K'Md. You take
no c'lnnoos wli.itovor vvlion you
tolnphoim tiH mi ordor for wood.
You not jusl n wood ns if you
cnum to tint rmioli nnd imlootod
Tar: W.VI l7.U If XCJI.
ELKOTION OF OFtflUEHS
T Till: ADJOt'UNKI) ANN II All
A iiK-itliliK of the Kuil'iui lUn.li'iui
CiiMfV.NV, l.llilltnl. Iielil lit llinlr Ollliv, In
iliti Ity mi ilio'Jiiili lut. tlio following
(Mllit-rn wtr cli-cteil to servo ilurliiR tlic
(l.l. WiMer IViiluViit,
H. (I. WildiT Vlui-I'nultleiit,
ri. II. ItoMt Kem-lary,
tJ. I.. Wli'lit Trfiimmr,
('. J. 1-iilk Aiulllor.
B. li. ItOHH,
Honolulu Nov. l!0, 111. tl'JS lm
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
1. Illl'ftllll! Of Vll.lKll'r5TICAMMIII'l'OM.
rM-, l.lmlteil. Iittlil ut llii'lrdlllre. Ill HiW
Ulty, on tliu Liilli IiihI., Hit) (nllu wint; OUIim-m
ui'ru f leutril to M-rvu ilurlnj; tint iiiimiIiii;
(1. I. Wivlit. I'rualilt'iit,
.1. K. Iluukfi'lil Vico-l'rfHlili-iit,
K. It Hum hi'crelury,
H It. ItniiH Tii-usurer,
W.F. Allen Auditor.
K. II. liOhK,
Honolulu, Nov.'JD. IWll. lllis-liu
NOTICE OF ELKOTION.
ATA Ki'l.,IAI. .MKKTINd OK Wil
li) 11V KrtvMHiiii- Cuhi'anv, I.uiilti-d,
liitld al lliflrOllli'u, in llilh I'ltv, Hfc.tiiili-r
I. IMII, tliu follow hi); (liuillfiiiiill with
I'li'ftt'd ui IHri-otorri of tliu Ooinpuiiy fur
tliu iiisiiinj; jriir:
Ml I II
Popu'ar 3ram-s ol M.-ai(jlit Gnods
M or. IhMi
lij ih ll'i-'it A pp. 1K - I in It. .m mi;
I'm i, lm h i ti'lully - I'll On-ii'Miri
iirroT oi mi -
KumouM Wlolund l.ntjor Boor.
Tim u I io vi' niiiiii'il (Iriitliiint'ii to;"tlicr
with tint I'ri'sl'lunt, Vlon l'rlitttiil, uml
Kt'i-ii'liiry and I r nsiir.tr of tint I'oiiipany,
roii-tl'iiin tin' lloitrd of DirtitlorH
r.'ui lm H. II. UOhK, HH'ri'liiry.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
A 1,1. I'KltSnNS INTKNDINd '10
tiiku I'Un-iiKi' ou tliu ti'iiinnrs "Ki
mi'1 mill "C..M niNt." fiom Hum Julu ixtu
IiituIiv ri'iiii'Kliil to ii'irrliiiMi tli-l.i'U ut
llio r.inMli) 'x t'lll i licfnri' I'liilniikliii'i
nml ion I'li-s-nui r (iillliii; in iIom) will '
I mojtvl to itv tKi'lU -llV" I'lrrtnl of lint
fi'iinr niru m iniiiiiiou iiuti-io. i iii ruiu
w II lm H'rli'tlv itntorivil from nud nllrr
.liimiiiry I, IMk) Tor tint coiivi'iilfiiru of
ii.iniii'iiyi'rh tliu W'liurf Ollliti will lm iip-ii
for till- Klllltof Hl'ltl'lH i-ii tint iiIIitiiooii. of
iluiiliiv of Nilliiutof tliitnlriiiiirn "Kin Ai'"
WII.HKIt'K HTi:,.MHIIir I'D.
Honolulu, Die. I), I Ml I. I.u'j.1ui
in tliu most perfect dentifrice yef fliHcoveieil.
It in ninniifactiiied afttif a cclclirated formula now
in our poHcHNion. The mnteriiili iiHfl are the purest
olitaiualile; contains nothing dcliterioiis to the teetli
or puniH, and itn uhi cannot he otlicnviKe than pleas
ant and Ih'IichYhiI.
Many people while laudably attentive to the preser
vation of tin ir teeth, do them harm ly usin a tooth
powder eontniniog exeeHHive "yiit." Daily applied
Htich dentifriceR are ealeulated not only to injure the
enamel by excc8iv friction, hut hurt the guiiiu.
A trial of Ai.ouv Tooth I'owdkh will eonvince
anyone of itH merit n and the inlvantagc of uiiig u
dentifrice of the purity of which they can he certain.
It is attractively put tip, and will he mire to please
you iu every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer for the Holiday Trade a Full Auurlmrnt of
(jenertil Groeerh'R. Fainih'rH who luteh to bay
wholesale (ly the ease, or oriyinnl pacLaye) can
Hare vioney hy colli ny on its. We, especially call
your attention to our large, stock of lixlru Fine
Granulated Sugars iu Harrels, Half Barrels and
Hags. Also a full assortment of Gnttiny's Extra
Fine. Tabic Frails ut low trices.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
IVmUiug water should he boiled and filtered.
The Only Uhi.iaw.k "Watku Fii.tf.u is Ihe Slack It
Browtilow. They are nvide on Kcieulifie. priocipleft. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily eleiued.
PACIFIC L1ARDVVA11F CO., L'D
COUNlilt FOItr A MHUOUANT KTIttilSTH.