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NOTICE TO TAX PAT1K3.
Tax payers of tills District nro lieruliy
notified that all 'faxes are now iluc and
)aynblo at the nllliv of the Tax As-vur
and Collector, at the (lovoriiiiiont Mullil
The oltlce will he upon from ',) . m. until
4 p. M. ilnlly, (i)uiul.iysexct'iilt'il), tu receive
payment of such 1'iu .
"All Taxes which sli.ill remain unpaid
after the lMh la of December, (10) ten
ptrctnt shall be ihldi'il to Mich Faxes b.
the As-es'or, and ahull be collected u p.irt
of such Taxes."
WAl.TKIt C. WKI'.lHtX,
Deputy A wjur and Collector, Unmet
of Koua, Islando! Uahu.
A pprovod i
JuNATIIVN Sll VVV,
Acsier and Collector of rnxr-, 1 ir-l
Division. l.i). id
Holders of water prlvilegci, or thoia
paying water rutei, aru licruliy nuiilicd
that the hours fur Irrigation purpoies uru
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., and f to (I
o'clock p.m. A. ItltnWN,
Uuperlnteudcnt Honolulu Water Works
J. A. Kind,
M lnUtur of tlio Interior.
Honolulu, May kl ISUI. liM-tl
ftedgea to netfler .Skii rtur fufi,
Hut EiUiblUhtd for tha Jrn j Alt.
TUKSDAY, DEC. 11, 18W1
It must 1m surprising to the llulo
initB to Uutl itself praised by tint
"missionaries" for what it meant to
be a slap in their faces. That i, for
its republication, in its columns ami
iu pamphlet form, of tlio "llluo Laws
ofjlawaii." The llolomtia thought
that tlio late Dr. Juthl, aided by his
missionary friends, made those law?.
So, strange to say, did .Mr. liishop,
editor of the Friend, who is the sou
of a missionary. Ami now comes
Professor Alexander the historian,
and lulls the whole caboodle of
them friends and foes, that they
don't know what they are talking
about. That Dr. Judd and Mr.
Kichards (whose name on a street is
Duvur spelled correctly excepting in
the Uu.M.Tis) had neither of them
anything to do with the so-called
"blue laws." Tlio professor say
that tlio code in question was
written iu Hawaiian by a gra
duate of Lahainaluna Seminary,
and that it '"contains uumUtakablc
evidence that it was originally com
posed iu the Hawaiian language,
aud by Hawaiian." Wo did not
know but that it was the Kolomna
that gavo thu peculiar twist to the
idioms, because it struck us that it
was not incumbent on the New Kng
laud missionaries to be "all things
to nil men," like Paul tuot our
neighbor Paul, but he of TarMi for
merly called Saul), to the extent of
committing murder most foul upon
their mother tongue. With the an
nouncement that the liluo Laws of
Hawaii were to be published in
pamphlet form staring us iu the
face, wo neglected to read them
serially as they appeared iu the Ho
lomun's columns, preferring to read
them seriously on the afternoon of
a holiday when it may be too vvnt to
take a sea bath. However, from a
few clauses casually perused iu 1 i f
forent issues of the llolomtia, wo do
not think the code was so very blue
after all. It had iu places a direct
ness in getting to its aim which with
calculated to bailie the lawyers in
their uiTorts to bamboo.le n jury as
to what the law was and what it
wasn't a feature that would have
redeemed from distracting ambig
uity many a statute framed iu later
times by uuiversity lawyers who
managed to get into the Hawaiian
Legislature. It must bo very pleas
ant to the Holomun to have its
enemies heap coals of lire on it)
head by praising it for a great pub
lio service in its publication of the
Blue Laws. Wo could not discern
the motive of our King street con
temporary before, but now see that
it was to curry favor with the "mis
aionaries." Its rice is well curried
now, which is more pleasant to itn
editor, doubtless, than to be curry
combed for sedition aud contempt
iu the courts. After this free aiiier
tisument, iu addition to what the
"missionaries" have given the work,
the llolomtia will do a safe business
troko by getting out a second edi
tion of the Blue Laws.
ASSAULT ON SHIPBOARD.
The Cook of the Glunivor UboU n
J. A. Joseph, the colored cook of
the British bark Glauivor. was sent
enced iu the District Court this
morning to pay a fine of .Sr and be
imprisoned for twenty-four hours for
assault with a deadly weapon. The
trouble occurred on the Glauivor
yesterday morning. Joseph was
Laving a set to with another seaman
when someone else interfered. An
drew Oleseu got mixed up iu lie
scrimmage and Joseph in defend
iug himself struck! Oleseu iu the
head with a knife. The cook was
peeling potatoes at the time the
trouble occurred. Captain Williams
testified ns the defendant's good
character and behavior during the
throe mouths' lime he hnshoou iu
GIVEN UP TO SERVnUDK.
John Unpti'a lioudsnion Havo No
More Uxo for Him.
John llapa was surrendered to tho
authorities by his bondsmen this
morning. Ilapa was fottud guilty
of robbery in both the lower aud
higher courts. He was sentenced to
four years' imprisonment at hard
labor. His counsel appealed, for
tnitiuatioii of sentencM, ami he as
required to put fcWOO bonds. J. I.
Don sett and others put up the
bonds and Ilapa was released pond
ing further hearing. John Hapa
was charged with highway robbery,
lit was alleged to have stood up a
Chinaman at Kwa, knocked him
down and robbed him of seventy
live cents. Hapa is a well-known
character about Honolulu. He is
tho man who played 'posum iu
Wilcox's revolution of ), feign
ing to have been slain and lying all
dav in the broilitiL' sun. until the
detail of Honolulu llilles after their
victory went round picking up tho
dead, when Hapa -prang up and ran
away. His death had been reported
in an extra of the PitttXTis on that
MAODOWELL NOT OOINO.
Ho Boos Not Know Anything About
Captain Cook's Voyage.
Captain .McDowell's name is used
bv Cnotaiu Cook, in an article on
the first oaue. iu connection with a
contemplated voyage round the
On being aked about it, McDowell
answered, iu the Scotch fashion,
"What Captain Cook?"
"Well, it's not the man with Jlie
monument at Kealakekttn Day. You
know the pirate!"
"Oh, yes, but 1 thought he was at
Waiauae," iiil McDowell. "I never
heard of his trip round the Horn."
"You fellows want to land arms
for the royalists at Waiauae, that's
what, since tho Star exposed your
scheme of turning the Waitnanalo
into a battleship for tho rebels," the
reporter aid in his vexation at not
getting a sensational story.
The ictim wilted.
A Ttmcher to Tonchnra.
EDITOR Ht'LLKTIK! -
Do Honolulu teachers need a
leachei's association? Yes, we say
if they at all resemble the educating
force of other cities. Every pro
gressive teacher will feel an interest
iu such a movement, and wish to
help it on by his personal support.
If ho does not want it for himself
let him help others who do. It is
our business to know the art of
teaching and experience is not the
only tluug that will help us. We
must put our experiences together
aud compare conclusions. Ours is
the most important art if wo are to
believe the kimlcrgarlucrs. c
have live clay before us from which
to model human characters. Wo
teach not by pouring iu so much
book knowledge out oy drawing out
so much of character. The science
of education, loo, is a question of
the day which wo may help to solve,
lulled effort gives strength. It
brings together (bffereut points o(
view. Let work along special lines,
historical, practical, psychological
be done in small circles, then let the
results of such work be laid before
the asocial ion iu general meetings.
This we shall gain the advantage of
a united interest aud still allow in
dividual l.'itte its own development.
Wants Proof Koiiding
Some very curious mistakes nij
pear in newspapers, even local edi
tions On Friday last the Adver
tiser dispatched the S. S. Australia
to San r'raneihco via tho Volcano
and wayporls with the steamer Ivi
nau's passengers. On Saturday the
Ivuokoa came out with an account
of the wedding of Carl Woltors ami
Miss 11. Ixouhorg at Kauai, with the
heading "Funeral of Simon von
I'IhuikIi intrri"! li'inlt h"r noMu ilveil-,
I In- ivorM ill not reiftinl:
I o noble iinmK w Imuu duly bind",
No -jrrllU-o I- liunl.
Hie linivn mul tin trui'
Miiy hi in lint frvv
lint liu'C kfi-. Ix-ltfr tlilnuh in view
Vt lien tin- niinln mul tlio rli;lit
Ami l be true fli.ili ov
Ami r.iine ulnii tluru may
In -mint in die uuy,
lliuiiliiv itmwill will mi'.
licliooa ot tho Stroot.
"Did you hear that Joe Marsdeu
was called up by the Mamhal to
day.'" "No; what wa it about?"
"The .Marohal only wanted .Joe to
examine the bight on the Hush ami
Weed by i ho Crick."
J. F. Morgan will sell the hotiro
hold furniture of tho late Dr. Ueo.
Trousseau at the residence, I'unch
bowl street, at 11) o'clock to-morrow.
The furniture comprises some line
KLE01ION OF O'l?T0Eli8.
rpiiK mm.i)yIN' okkickhs vvkki:
1 nli rum f.'f u.' Nit in m hi A mo
mo IIkmi ii i'.mi ot Hawaii lor tint ymr
.MhiiiwI Niiiihi I'mtlilcnt,
i i'crrlrrt Vim I'ruiiitimt,
J h. II iimii . riu utury,
('. I.. Itriio . 'I'rriiiiuffr
it'iAim nr n iih'iohk:
J.T l'"t:iiHri'ilo M. S, Arnvi'ilo J. V. IVr-
iuihU'z, A. il. Cinili'i, A J. riilvii.
.1. N ItAMOH,
Honolulu, I .--. II, I ill I. l'.'"1' It
To Lease !
1iiK A MS'i ll'.KM OK
1 jt'Hrs all li i ii I'iviiiI
i 4 at I I'U'O (iKinrrl) il'nl
li inn hh ii im I'.ii'Miry.
ln Huililiii). - u-fl an H l-u'lor),
Mm i Vtnri'li u(' liii'.rnol, llrli k II illil
ii. a mill lliikxrv mi. i hi -ii ii HvvHIini!
Il.iu-i' wltli Mli'lii'ii mul (iillliuior
r. W It AW I.I M,
Mi llat I'ri'inifi' .
taa- Alto, nunc hiii'tiiiml I'eiiii't Mini
I liwil Hiilillo .Mull). UlU-lvv
Jimely JopiQS I
December S, iSyj.
Every silver lining lias its
cloud. The rain is worth many
thousands of dollars to the
sugar pioducers but it has a
denre.ssinir clVect upon the bicy-
.i.i. i. . ..... ..i i i
cie uaue. we arc nut imuu-
linir ridintr wheels but we have i
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 j
.h'reel from the cans and with
out spilling. This oil may be ,
used in carnage siue ugms ai
a much less cost than peanut
oil. It's in pint cans and sells
at 0 cents. We have also a
large stock of sewing machine
oil suitable for all kinds of line
machmety including Type
writers. Our famous Dictz Oil Stoves
with ovens and cooking utcn-'
sils have arrived and are olTered
to you at low prices.These stoves
are arranged so that there is
not the slightest odor from the
amps, 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 i
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 I
well as lead and oils which has
been largely augmented by re
In addition to the celebrated
Uelding Refrigerators we carry
the new Alaskan, constructed
on entirely dilTerent principles
from any other and made of
hard wood and pails liable to
rust fully piotected. This is'
the same make of refrigerator'
used in the California Hotel in !
San Eraneisco. I
We have some Common i
Sense pot cleaners that are
needed in every kitchen in the
country. Every lady who oc-
casionally does kitchen woik1
appreciates the value of a good J
pot cleaner. J
Road Scrapers will be need-1
ed after these big rain storms, j
We have some in stock suit
able for the work. !
We are now selling the !
"Dandy" anti-rattler for car-'
Wages 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 ihe mill
machinery. The "Colorado"
brands are known as (he Stand
ard in this country and can be
relied upon for their purity and
general good iiulilies. 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 slock Dy
namo, Cylinder, AVachine, En
gine and Car Box oil in
"Coloiado" brand. It is the
best manufactured and the best
Our slock ol holiday goods
is complete in every paiticular
when it comes to useful aiti-
cles, i ich m viualil v and low in
Die Hawaiian Hardware Go, Ltd
ifo vKiene vi
Indies have truly quick wits
They are keen of perception.
They are over and nlwnyB on
the lookout for something truly
rreat in the way of Hargaitts. fino Silk Dress Goods that I am sell
These people will havo a feast ' ing at reasonable prices, also Winter
at my store till tho Holidays are '
PaMorii from the most coin-
brated l'atorios iu the World.
Our shot and embroidered silk
Patterns are the most beautiful
ever brought to Honolulu. In
W.inl Hriiti mwtfla vi linvn nn
assortment that will please the .
..,,,. , ,.
most fastidious, also Grenadines,
plain, striped and figured from
the European markets.
that lit like th" paper on tho
wall, all shades anil lengths;
Chamois Gloves that wash and
aro just ns good as now nftor
wanlj long gloves, short gloves,
wide gloves, narrow gloves and,
aside from this elegant assort
ment of gloves, wo havo--Gloves.
goods are naturally in demand
at this time of the year, and for
the accommodation of our pa
trons I have laid in stock Table
Scarfs and Draperies -nothing
prettier for a present unless it is
on of our opera Fans, of w hieh
I have a large variety. A lady
remarked the other day I hat our
display of Handkerchiefs was a
"dream of beauty."
who always "put things off" till
the last moment will havo re
grets too late after tho Holi
days, for nover iu my long ex
perience iu the dry goods trade
have I seen such beautiful goods
of so much value offered for so
little money as you will find at
my store, ft 1 1 Fort Street.
That Tireless Toller,
.1. .1. ICGAN.
n TIlfiM! CM'ty Mornings
the thoughts of the householder
are directed towards fuel as a
means of keeping warm. To
get the right quality at the
right price is the mailer to be
considered. There's lots and
lots of wood for sale, but to get
what is best for the money is
We contend and we believe
wit aro right in our judgment,
that the wood we deliver to our
patrons is the best ever offered
for sale iu Honolulu. Our
algeroba is full growth and
has more body to it than that
grown any where on the Islands.
Our wood chopper know a
good thing when they see it,
ami ill cutting they select only
what they know to be good to
use. We never deliver any ex
cept what is good. You take
no chances whatever when you
telephone us an order for wood.
You get just as good as if you
came to the ranch and selected
Tin: WAIALAE UNMI.
1MJ0WN & Kl'llKY,
WATCH AND CLOOK DEALERS
(IikmIsmiM on Witklyur Moiillily
4 Matonlc Temple, Alakea Street.
HONOLULU, - H. I.
Arlifirtio - Duiuril
i:. HDl'KINH, I'niprMor
M , -. ...
Good Liyht !
AliillL'loll Hindi, lintel StlVL't
Goods are in demand lust now.
People who cannot nITord luxuries
can find plenty of staple articles to
buy; n Dress f'attorn makes a nice
present. A pretty Silk Dros bo-
n ivnm.iii at nil times. I hnve some
Lrs uooos oi every variety, uiej
aro good value and latest designs.
I don'l wan't to tire you with too
much talk, in fact dotrl want to pull
tho wool over your eyes, but would
like to pull the wool over your feet
with souio of my Kino Hosiery.
""'!" .-.M,1 !!
my little girli A Doll, .Mmlnin.
p,y all means a Doll. I have somo
Mean ties finely dressed nud with
Natural Hair, each put In a pnratn
box; tills will bo sure to please
liltlo girl. For older people wo havo
a couutless array of goods, both uso
ful, ornamental and decorative, and
with a wish Hint you will bo judi
cious and inspect mjr stock. Roforo
buying elsewhere 1 wish you a Happy
Font Stjiket, II. I.
(Mntltt MIA SOUL
Tlio Itoiii'd of llcnltli rcconi
mciid tlittl nil drinking witter
bo boiled mtl lilteicd. No one
doubts (lie nt'ci'sily r lliis pit'
cniilion wilh our city Hipply,
but tliiwe who drink
mo iilwnys mi iv of ils nlfolutc
purity. Wo wiiri'iiut every bol
tic. Xai'a Siiha is n puro mine
nil vntor,jtHt us il coiiit'scliurged
vvitli j-purkliii tih rniii) tlio lio
iom of inollii'i curt h. Il is pro
scribed mul recommended by I ho
most eminent pliyMciun. It in
not one of the new "niiiko-be-lieve"
niiinriil wiilcrs, but bus
been iu oxtoiiMVo ii.mi for twenty
live yi'iir.-.. Wo rurnisli Ibis
"KhiK orTnlilo Widcis" liy tho
lloltle, Doen or Ciim. Wo now
liavc cum's of Sixty Hot tics, os.
pcciiilly lor fuinilic, id the very
ivit-niiuhlc price of $(l per ni&u.
A triul order Miliciled by tho
Ai;fiiis for tie Hiiwitliilli IrUuiN,
AI.M'KltHON- AKK ItKltKltY FOIt
Ii .il' u to tlioiil or lupins on tint
Hoi' l-Mi.t , Hl-trii't ol WuIhIiim. Aim
ili-olitnliii; thin wiimlni; will Im iriri'iitril
III tllf I II t'lll'llt I'f till' luw
It. W 1101. r.
Ilonoliilil, Dcu '0, Its'U. t'.'US-lw
'iiii:.sn:..Mi:it kinau wiij.i.kavk
1 llllo, hiitunl.ij lliii. L'.M,nt TuVloKk
i- M , mul iinlvii ill Honolulu, Momltiy,
1)11'. 21 Ii III IlllVlot'k A M.
W'll.lHIit'K SIKAMSII.!' CD.
Honolulu, Ih-u. .', IMII. liMI-M
HOMEVIEA.D FOU BALE.
ACDITAiii: AM) l.ur
fur k.iI iiuir xiwn. In-
iilin ul III" III i i iin ullli't'.
iiMtNiKiiim ii n si:
V le If lit I rininiiH nl
iraincnrt, Wii I.Ik
K. HI) HUMAN.
117 KImk Hlrei't.
CITY l'HOI'EHTY KOIl HAL,K.
i:ilY 111 H 1 U A IM.i: hfiMf,
I'uniilst'h, iiinlienlii ftxilmdm.
'Ivvo lleil'im, nn lilt- xtrri'l- BihlCT
i-iir Inn', will Imi miIiI low. UVijB
I'm l nl tlio in in v iiiiiv rmimlii nn inert
i;iitu Aiil ut tliiHiniii'f. I in t(
-ID I I .Mil. I (lit UhM,
J ear. y iiiui'iiii)i, wnn
ili-tiii'lntl i not, llini mul
llOliruoiii 1'i.r. Iiioc. Ilfl, '
i e , for li'. I.evv Mill.
A pel j 'il . .
" IT II MIC UK rVroltK,
i.'iunur Miiitmiil Alukfu -.tni'ii.
IF YOUR SHAFTS RATTLE
m to us, as
pjgf Spuing, which, as an anti-rat
tler, is tho only sure
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No 70 Queen iStrt
U tliu most pci'lect duntilrico yet discovered.
It in manufactured after a cclihratud rnnuula now
in nur pos('HHion, Tliu mnteriaU used nro the purer-1
nhtainablc ; enntaiufl nothing; deleterious to the teeth
or ftuniH, and itn iikc onnnot lie ollierwie than pleas
ant and ticiielicial.
Many people while luudalily attentive to the prui-ur-vutiou
of tin ir teeth, do them harm hy usiny a tooth
powder contain'ino; exeeHsivc "rit." Daily applied
hiicIi dentifriecH are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by e.veesMv- friction, hut hurt the giniiH.
A trial of Ai.on.v 'Lotii Powukii will convince
anyone of its merit h and the nd vantage of iihiiitf a
dentifrice of the purity of which 1 hey can he certain.
It. in attractively put up, and will lie sure to please
you iu every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
I. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer for the Holiday Trade a Fn I Assortment uf
(Jciierut (Jrocerirs. Families who wish to huy
wholesale (hy the ease or oriyinal package) can
narc money by calling on as. Wv especially call
your attention to our large stork of iCrtra Fine
Granulated Sugars in Jlarrels, Half Hariris and
Hags. Also a fall asm-lmcnt of Cutting's Extra
Finn Table Fruits at low jiriers.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drink'ui"' water dioiild lie boiled and tillered.
The Only Uki.iaiii.i-: Watku Fnrai in the Slack k
Browulow. They are ncide on Kcicntilic pri' ciplcs. They
arc aeccshiblc in all parlH and can be readily elcned.
lClFJO 11A1M)VA1M2 CO., L'D
L'OKNtilt 1'Oltr . MKIHUIANT STKISKTS.
bring your Carriage
wo are the exclusive
the Carlson' Shaft
thing in the world.