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NOTICE TO TAX PAViiltd
Tax payer ol (his District arc lnrcb
notified iLat hII luxes nro nmv Utiu uiul
payable at tlio olllvo of tliu 'lux Aeaur
and Collector, at the Uoveriitnunl wtiiltl
The ulllvH w ill bu upon from II . M. until
4r. M. dully, (oiiiiiUsf.cfHHl;, tori'i'e.w
payiuelil uf silfli l'axi'.
"All Tuxes which li:iil remain unpaid
after the 16th day of 1 ieecujL.tr, tlio t-n
percent shall be udded to Mich i'axes h
the Assessor, and shall be eollcetcd a p.irt
of such Tuxes."
WAI.TKK U. ttl'.UlON,
Deputy Assessor mid Culli-cior, l)isriut
of Kuua, Island of OjIiii.
Asm-stor und Ctnlii'lor of l'a.t', l"irl
Division. I. tii ill
Holders of water privileges, or tlioid
paying water rules, nro hurulty noillied
that the hours for Irrigation nirHijcs nro
from 7 to a o'clock . t., ami ft to t:
o'clock r. m, A. HilOWN,
buperlntendeiit Honolulu Witter Works.
J. A. Kinu,
Minister of the Diterior,
Honolulu, May , ISUI. llMt
&lu gniljj giUUlin.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12, loM.
Iu this issue appears a complete
description of the now Alien block
accompanied with a picture of the
front elevation. The man who make
uch a handsome addition to the
mercantile architecture of the town
is a public benefactor. Mr. Alien is
one of the most public-spirited and
progressive men of the times iu
Hawaii. lie is not only a successful
merchant but a liberal citizen,
If the Star, like a pin, had a head
to keep it from going loo far, it
would not so often make n fool of it
wit and its directors. What it criti
cises as Btixr.TiN law is only the law
aa expounded by the President of
the Republic when, a .Justice of the
Supreme Qourt, he was sitting as n
committing magistrateon the treason
cases of lS'.iU. Go to, greenhorn, mid
leant a little recent Hawaiian histo
ry before commenting upon current
events upon which such history has
an intimate bearing.
ARRIVAL Or THE OUKANIO.
Tho LI nor Has a Vory Lnrgo Cari;o
for tho Oriont.
The O. A; O. S. S. Oceanic, W. M.
Smith commander, was telephoned
oir Koko head shortly alter mid
night. Owing to her having an
unusually large cargo for the Orient,
Captain .Smith concluded not to
risk coming over the bar until day
light. The Oceanic came along
side the Pacific .Mail wharf this
morning. She was drawing 2.1.(1 feet
of water, and is therefore the deep
est steamer that has ever come over
the bar. It may also be mentioned
that the Oceanic was tliu llritt large
ateamer to cross the bar after it had
been deepened. She brought seven
European and one Japanese passen
gers and forty-live packages of
freight for this port, and had in
transit thirty-six European cabin
aud three hundred ami thirty-eight
Japanese aud I'hiueno in the steer
age, a grand total of three hundred
aud seventy-two. The Oceanic left
San Franc-moo on the afternoon of
Dec. 4. It is reported that the I'liiu
oil mark of the steamer was about
under water when the steamer left.
The Oceanic will leave au'iiin at I
o'clock this afternoon for okohatuti
During the steamer's stay in port
Chinese vegetable venders did a
TOOK A BATH.
A Popular Young Mun Tnlco to
Arthur Wilder took an impromptu
bath iu the harbor vestortlay even
iug. Arthur was bidding good-bye
to friends on the Hteatuer Miknhala
aud was a littlo tardy in leaving the
steamer's deck. As he was reaching
over to land one foot on the wharf
the steamer moved oil'. Arthur's foot
fell short and he went down into the
water. He was in the brine a few
minutes when he was dragged out
by a number of natives. Dripping
wet the gallant lad blood on tie
wharf while the fair ones on the
steamer's deck very cruelly laughed
at his predicament.
Bought a Schooner.
Captain Weiabarth of the steamer
Kilauea Hon has purchased the
schooner Knulilua, which has beeu
lyiug at anchor between t lie Kaiini
loa and the lighthouse for the tmst
throe years. The Kaulilua will be
used betweeu Kauuakakai, Molokai,
and Honolulu, carrying wood for a
Chinese firm. Site is being lilted
out hurriedly aud will leave this
evening for Kauuakakai, a trip of
sixty miles. The schooner's bottom
is very foul, blocks of coral being at
tached thereto. The skipper say,
however, that all the dirty htuu" on
her bottom will fall oil" on the trip.
Tho Lectures ut the Ooapol Tont.
Tho lecture at the Gospel Tent
last night covered the period from
the third century to the sixth.
Duriug which time tho quarrels of
the bishops oceured which plunged
the church into strife, divided it and
started each faction to.following hu
man leaders. Tint result of which,
as will be brought out iu to uight'H
lecture, was llie establishment of
the Papacy aud the assumption of
authority by the first Patriarch or
Pope iu the 7th century.
Every silver lining has ' !
cloud. The rain is worth many ;
thousands of dollars to the
sugar producers but it has a
depressing etTect 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 ' Tuesday, December 18th,
that the lamps may be tilled ! Asn
direct from the cans and with- ;
out spilling. Thisoil may be!Selurd y- December 22d,
used in carriage side lights at at 7:30 O'clock p m
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 tine
machinery including Type-
Our famous Dietz Oil Stoves At the P cific Mail Wha f
with ovens and cooking uten-! " a ,.f Vu, .nu,'c Auc
sils have arrived and are offered j "m t",m"r" KlHml
to you at low priccs.Thcsc stoves. IM1 Bane,s of. Wh,fl l""1' Pnand
arc arranged so that there is
not the slightest odor from the
l:imns. :imi tliov m:iv bt used :lt
' ' '
an expense of about two cents a
meal. People in Honolulu who
are using this make of stove I
pronounce it perfect in every j
respect. One customer told us j
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 asj
well as lead and oils which has
been largely augmented by re
In addition to the celebrated
Belding Refrigerators we carry
the new Alaskan, constructed
on entirely dilTerent 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, livery 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
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, AVachine, En
gine and Car Box oil in
i i ii i i i. , i
ColtiriUO braiU. t IS I lC
. . t . I i ,i i . i a wi'ntffl illri'iitniii to l'ilkol itlifiit 'Jlli.d
best muiuiiuct tired and the best few. m. u u.ua s.mtiii.ru u r.Tti.nui (.K
I'ilk"! hi r.'ttt (l.:t lift to plant nf ruin
Used. ii'uni't' ill vnntiiiiili i; an urea of TM- U W
Our stock of holiday ijoodsi" '"""'"("ikoi.ok i' townkknd
... .. . 1 llllt-im MortK '
IS CUIIipiCIC III CVL'iy iillllLtllill
when it conies to useful arti
cles, i idi in tiialilv and low iu
Tb Hawaiian Hardware Go. Ltd.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
QRE AT EVENTS 1
Save Yonr Morn-y For Tins !
Evening Auction Sales
TAKK IM.At'i: ON
T O-MORROW 1
Auction Sale of Cement
TO - MOKKOW, Die. l!Hh,
at 10 o'clock a. m.,
Cemuil In (tottl Ore. r
Jas F "Morgan.,
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XX XI Ct 1011 iOtflC
TO-MOltKOW, Die. lUtli,
AT U 0'OI.OOK. A. M.,
AT MY BALB9ROOU
I U-IM. SKI.I. AT I'l'lll.le AI'CTIOK
Dry Goods, Hardware,
An Invnlre of
Piuo Boots and Shoes
And n llnu of Ncnrly New
1'lni- II.W ltilr iiiii He.
II. W. I)!tinit Tiilili-.V Chilro,
llernniliil Dinner v,
And a t.nrtc Lot of
SilvHi Plattsd Ware,
Kir., Kir., Km., Ktn.
Valuable Ml Estate
On Thursday, Dec. 13, 1894
AT 12 0'OI.OCK NOON,
I iim liiviriirt-il y tlin Tiiiflfm umW
tliu Will of .Mr.. I! I' II xliop, Li mI at
1'iiliiiii iii'tinn, tit my Milmruoiii, Qiicwi
AM. THAT TRACT Ol' I.A.N1) CUM-
I'ltlHINd AN ARKA OK
11 14-1110 AUItKH.
Hltnali'ci nn w ilil-r Avenue anil Kcwaln
Htrfvt, Miik'kl, II .lie it In , Immiiu Hi Iih
hiich of tun I.iiinl tie it'I-im In itinnt iW,
Apiiua l,to (iii Kiiiu.'li ne'lia, iiu.t I he
liiiul t'liitiprlNul In (lrin 3.VU Apnea I In
lllfhup i; t'ti.
CV Tlii ninonf i In- properly ran horn en
t my mini lull rixmi.
JW Turin Cuhh. II. K. Onltl coin,
in ml!) ul itxpi'iist .if pur 1'iiM-r,
Jh.h if. UorK&.n,
Notice of Intnutlon to
N AC'DUDANCK WITH THK PRO
vIi'kiim ul n c r iiiii Inlet iiimIo It v
i.i.uritH ii. wimii oi iiounuuii, uaun, v
(luiri; I', Tnwm.tfii.1, ul hhIiI llonnhl u,
t nteil AiitiiiHi tilli, A. 1). Ib'.M. iftil ri'iiu ilil
tn tilt Ollloi nf lltiriHtntr nf Cotivryttni'O'',
In It ok 17 it(;es -178 17" ami IS' , null, u
lnrliv kWhii tlmt th" nail Hpitru" I.
I iii hi ml, ninr Kui'r, into nn to forenliisi
tlie alit in rt ut;tt tin- rum) llttn It" kirn, tu
wit: nii.-p.iii ii uf prlmi pt kIhii iiun.
NntluH Ij iil. Iiu ulit nlvrn that uu i ro
purty iiivu'fil Ity aid iniirtifi(;u a lit lie
-t:il ut iililln Anvil hi, to tint Auut nit
Kouni of Jtu !' Mit win, iti ""l1,1 H kiiij nhi
On SATUHDAV, December 'i, IH'.ll,
AT la 0'0l.0(!K NOON
'J Iiu I'mpi-r y 'itvii'fil by 'itlil icn I;iii;h
in itfHt'riltitil "H IiiIIhwh: All tlmi tir ain
niei'ti nr pu unl nf lanil Hiiuatat Kn n ka
Iiiim In tnlil lliinrmilu, tinni.ileU ami ile.i
I'nlifil at fni own, V i : Cuiuiiiuncini; at
iIih ii iinka iMirntr uf Yoiiiik anil l'ilkol
Htri'vlH ana ritiinhiK In bii hihi rly iUpo-
. ... 'i .' ... .-
iltlll iiiii'ik iuiiiiu at'ttt sin-r irci, iiit-iirt-
'In n imrtli r v illrt-uilun lMi feiit. tbi'iic- to
VJOTMJh IH IIKIII'.IIY OIVKN THAT
ll ull iIhIiiih iiKiilinil tliu Criterion Ha
Iniiu will lui hiilili'tl by .Mr. Jan. I''. Mur
ium, anil all nutHlanilliiK iiitiiiiuIm iluii tin
1,'rllerlnn Haliiitu anil tliu Jolilillii bouse nf
I,, II Urn up In tlie almvi. tint" am piyHlile
to Mr. I.. II. Ilett. All Ull nutllix! f. II.
I tin pleimu priment liiilneilliilily fur pay.
inenl. U II. IlKli
JlVlliiltllil, Oct. .1, IhUI. llW-ani
ladies havo truly quirk wits
They are keen of perception.
They are over and always on
the lookout for something truly
groat in the way of bargains.
Those people will have a feast
at my store till tho Holidays aro
Patterns from tho most Cele
brated Factories in tho World.
Our shot and embroidered silk
Patterns are tho most beautiful
ever brought to Honolulu. In
Wool Dress goods we have an
assortment that will pleaso tho
most fastidious, also Grenadines,
plain, stripnd and Ggttred from
tho European markets.
that fit like the paper on tho
wall, all shades and lengths;
Chamois Gloves that wash and
aro just as good as now after
ward; long gloves, short gloves,
wide gloves, narrow gloves ami,
aside from this elegant assort
ment of gloves, wo have- -Gloves.
goods are naturally in demand
at this time of the year, autl for
tho accommodation of our pa
trons I have laid in stock Table
Scarfs and Draperies nothing
prettier for a present unless it is
ono of our opera Fans, of which
I have a largo variety. A lady
remarked the other day that our
display of Handkerchiefs was a
"dream of beauty."
who always "put thing off" till
the last moment will havo re
grets too late after tho Holi
days, for never in my long ex
perience iu the dry goods tratle
have I seen such beautiful goods
of so much value offered for so
little money as you will find at
my store, DM Fort Street.
That Tireless Toiler,
J. .1. KUAN.
Goods are iu demand just now.
People who cannot afford luxuries
can find plenty of staple articles to
buy; a Dress Pattern makes a niro
present. A pretty Silk Dress Im-
a woman at all limes. I havo some
fine Silk Dress Goods that I am sell
ing at reasonable prices, also Winter
Drnis Goods of every variety, they
are good value autl latest designs.
I don't wan't to tire you with too
much talk, iu fact don't want to pull
the wool over your eyes, but would
like to pull tho wool over your feet
with some of my Kino Hosiery.
a woman said, "What shall I get for
my little girl?" A Doll, .Madam,
lly all means a Doll. I havo some
Ueauties finely dressed and with
Natural Hair, each put in a separate
box; this will be sure to please
little girl. For older people wo hava
a countless array of goods, both use
ful, ornamental aud decorative, and
with a wish that ymi will ho judi
cious anil in'pi'cl m slock before
buying eNowhoii'. I wiMi jou a
LC. S. X-iETVY
Foiit SrituCT, II. 1.
In Theie Cii-y Morulas
the tliouffhtHof the houHchohler
lire directed towards fuel as a
rui'iiim of keeping warm. To
Kttt the ri'it quality ut the
rifilit price is the matter to be
considered. There's lots aud
lots of wood for xale, but to et
whnt is best for the money in
We contend and we believe
we are right iu our judgment,
that the wood we deliver to our
patrons is tho best ever offered
for xnle in Honolulu. Our
alg'-riilm is ftdl growth mid
has more body to it than that
grown anywhere on the Inlands.
Our wood choppers know a
good thing when thoy see it,
ami in cutting thoy select only
what Ihey know to bo good to
use. We never deliver any ex
cept what is good. You take
no chances whatever when you
telephone ns nu ortler for wood.
You gel just, as gootl as If you
came to tho ranch and selected
Tim WAIAiTaM I! VN011.
',-. .... t
i Iron toaw won, -
. r nutiti law;., .wm.i.
I A1 HntlaJ
B foaUiit tetMMSOM.
pin Oi trfd lift IU1 eld bucket
Tho Hoard or Ilcitltli recom
mend tlmt nil drinking witter
bo boiled mid filtered. No one
doubts the necessity of this pre-
caution with our city supply,
but tlioo who drink
fire nlwnys sure of its absolute
purity. Wo wnrrnnt every hot
tie. Napa Soua is n puro mine
ral water, just as it comes charged
with sparkling gas from the bo
som of mother earth. It is pre
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physicians. It is
not ono of tliu new "mako-be-lievo"
natural waters, but lias
been iu extensive use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by tho
Untile, Dozen or Case. Wo now
have eases of Sixty Hollies, es
pecially for families, at the very
reasonable price of (5 per ciiH'.
A trial order solicited by the
AimHs fur tlir Hiiwnlis'i UUmK
Christmas Cards !
Water Golni1 flails ol'
wis i Kutaisi
Sand SomnthhiR Huwnllnn to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
Arlington - Billiard - Prlor
II. HOPKINS, I'roprU-tor.
Good Liyht !
Fine Cigars 1
Arlington IHock, Hotel Street
DR. R. MoKI13I3IN.
It Miut't next iliMtr In MiiHitiuit Tmiip'n
(ni'iiikii) Olllif llmir-. Iliml teii-ii fiem
si:ai nlith.'niiiuil II till IJ a.m., ami frninU
t I I. awl 7 t II r. m
IflU WMl lelwul at tliu Meill ul Hall,
I'nri mreel (oltl nllliti. f'limti.'JUtll' II a.m.
f OHr,J8W . Z9
E..I, MlKH V.T
I BROWN & KUBEY, I
I WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS I
I UixxISMtlilna Wd'klynrMuutlily I
I 4 Matonlc Temple, Alakei Strttl. I
I HONOLULU, H. I. I
IF YOUR SHAFTS RATTLE
OU should bring your Carriage
to us, as we are tlie exclusive
makers of the Carlson Shaft
SruiNG, which, as an anti-rat
tler, is tho only sure thing in the world.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No 70 Queen 3trt.
i the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It m inmiiifiu'tured nfter a celilirated fonniilii now
in our poHcnKion. The mntorinln used are tlie purer t
obtainable ; contaiim nothing deleterious to the teeth
or pnmH, and its use cannot he otherwise than pleas
ant and beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the prener
vation of their teeth, do them harm by using a tooth
powder containing excessive "grit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by e.cesiv friction, hut hurt (he cimw.
A trial of Ai.oii.v Tooth Powdku will convince
anyone of its merits and the advantage of uniig 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.
!. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer for the Holiday Tank a Fn I Axxortiiiait of
General Groceries. Ftuiiilien who wiah In huy
wholctialc (by the cane or oriyinnl package) can
mix money by calliny on nx. Il'o esp daily call
your attention to one large, xtock of Extra Fine
Granulated Sugar in Jlarreh, Half llarrch and
Jiagn. Aho a full unrarlincnt of Cutting's Extra
Fine, Table Fruit at low price.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and filtered.
The Oxi.v Kkuahi.k Watkii Fii.tku is the Slick It
BroWfllow. They are mide on scientific) pru'eiples. They
are accessible iu all parts and can be readily cleaned.
PACIFIC LLAItDWAIiti CO., L'D
COHNliU I'OUT & MKIKHIANT HTUBKTS.