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MOTIOE TO TAX PAY 1 113
Tax payors of this District ore hereby
tiotllled Hint all Taxes art; now ilue and
payable at the ollli-o of tliu Tax Aeor
and Collector, at the Government llnll.l.
The olllce will be open from !) m. until
4 r. M. dally, (HiiuiUysexerpti-d), toreee ve
payment of mtch Taxe.
"All Taxes which clnill rt'imtiu unpaid
after the ISth day of Doi'imiuer, (10) t-n
percent shall be added to such Taxes by
the Assessor, and shall be collooted n part
of such Taxes."
WAl.TKIt 0. WKIIIHIN,
Deputy Assessor nnd Collector, DW-.rk't
of Kona, Island of Oaliu.
Assessor and Collector of r.in, IMrt
UivUlon. ia.ii (jt
Holders of water tirlvllenci, or th.m
payliiK water ruts, aru hereby notltu.l
that the hours for Irrigation purport arc I
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., at,d : to n
o'elockp. m. A. IlltoW.S,
tiuierlnlcndcnt Honolulu Water Work
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, May 2j, Isiil. 118.1-tt
$lu JJhUij jiUli'Un.
THUKSDAY, DKC. l.l, 18SM.
FAREWELL OIFT 10 MB. YuUNQ.
Worker In tho Foundry Show Es
teem to tho Bullring Muaagor.
At l:lfi o'clock this afternoon two
blasts of tho whistle at tho Hono
lulu Iron Works woro Riven. It was
tho signal for all tho men employed
thore to assotublo iu tho mam shop.
William Koo made a temporary plat
form of ouo of tho machine in the
hop, and from there addressed
Aloxandur Young, manager of tho
Honolulu Iron Works.
Mr. lloo said: "Wo arc all assem
bled hore to-day to say goodujo to
our worthy manager who is on tho
eve of departure lor foreign lanus
for an indefinite period. Wo one
and all desiro to express our regrets
on this account. Our connection
with Mr. Young as employer and
employees has Ix-on so pleasant that
wo heartily remind y ott, Mr. Young,
that this friendship anil cordmlilj
will never lie forgotten or cut aside.
Wo heartily ox pros our unanimous
wish for your best health, happiness
and prosperity, and that you will
safely move on your travels with
your dear wlfo and family and re
turn. Wo express our sense of tho
appreciation of your great skill that
you have brought to bear iu your
position as manager, and fear it will
hardly bo possible to till your place,
especially as you have grown up a
ouo of us."
Iu iireseutimr a telcseona to Mr.
Young, Mr. Itoo said: "Ah a token
of our respeut wo have pleasure iu
asking your acceptance of this tele
scope which wo trust will enable
you to seo tho old work shop when
you aro on the Alps or on the
top of Chimbnraii, as you see
it now, figuratively, 1 mean this
as a reminder." Tho speaker
thou presented a field glass to
Mr. Young for Mrs. Young, wishing
her to accept it as evidence of the
goodwill ami esteem of tho em
ployees, hoping it would help her
out when tho telescope which had
boon presented to her husband had
broken down. Three hear y cheers
woro then given for Mr. Young.
Mr. Young completely broke down
when Mr. Itoo had finished his ad
dress, ilo was so taken aback that
ho could not speak. Finally, wav
ing his hat, ho retired.
iJoth presents woro suitably in
scribed, tho ouo to Mr. Young hav
ing, "i'resonted to Alex. Young b)
tho employees of tho Honolulu Iron
Works, Dec. Ill, 1.S1U." Thoy woro
from H. l- WichmauV jowolry store.
DIED FAR FROM HOME.
udden Ending of Captain Biot of
the Puul Isonborg.
Tho flags of tho shipping iu the
harbor ami at 11. llackfeld A. Co.'s
woro placed at half-mast to-day out
of respect to tho lulo Captain John
C. Riot, master of tho Gorman bark
l'aul Iseuborg, who died suddenly
thiH morning of apoplexy. Captain
Diet, who was of a stalwart build,
was about tho wharves yesterday
evening looking over gootls lauded
from tho bark. Ho was at tho new
wharf at tho foot of Xuuauu street
at G o'clock. Ho told tho watchman
to look after tho goods anil see
that none woro taken away during
tho night. He relumed to the slim
and retired to his berth. At 8 o'clock
this morning ho complained of pains
aud Doctors Brodio and Murray
were summoned. All medical aid,
however, could not savo tho cap
taiu's life and ho died at thai
Captain Uiul has been worrying n
great deal recently over trouble he
had had with his mate, aud ho often
let drop words to tho ellect that he
would die suddenly one of the.se
flue days. This is the captain's
second trip on the l'aul Uenberg.
Ho was well liked.
It is reported that on tho last trip
of the bark Paul Isouberg to Eng
land ouo of the sailors was killed,
and Captain Biot ami the lirot mate
were held responsible. Tho mate
was couvicted on trial aud sentenced
to eight years' imprisonment aud
lose his citizenship lor sixteen years,
while the captain was reloaded on
bail of 20,000 marks. Captain Biol
worried continually over the position
ho was thus placet! in. Captain lliut
received a letter yesterday from
Germany informing linn of tho mate's
aouteuco, also that ho would miller a
wore severe sentence on his rel urn
Last evening he wrote a letter to his
wife, tolling her what ho intended to
do. Marshal Hitchcock has made
the inquest strictly private, no re
porters being allowed to attend II.
The funeral will take place this
afternoon from Williams' undertak
ing rooms ou King street.
December S, 1S04.
Every silver lining has its
cloud. The rain is worth many !
thousands of dollars to the',
sugar producers but it has a !
denressimr effect UDon the bicv-'.
cle trade We are not hand-
ling riding wheels but we have 1
the finest lubricating and lamp- j
oil for bicycles ever brought to i
1 . ; .... , .
llllt? .'lll.UJ. IIIV .JI IIMMI vi ?
have wee spouts to them so'
tllC lailipS IlKW DC IlllCd
direct flOlU tllC CM1S aild Wltll-
out spillinu. This oil may be ;
used in carriage side lights at
a much less cost than peanut
oil. It's in pint cans and sells
al ?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
with ovens and cooking uten
sils have arrived and are ottered
to you at low prices.Thesc stoves
are arranged so that there is
not the slightest odor from the
lamps, and they may be used at i
an expense of about two cents a .
meal. People in Honolulu who I
;.. .i . .f ... I
are using mis iikikc ui muvc
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
Belding Refrigerators we carry !
the new Alaskan, constructed
on entirely different principles
from any other and made of
hard WUOd aild pai'tS liable to' Tiik WATALXM It NIJLI
rust fully protected. This is!' WAIAIiUj 'U'
the same make of refrigerator
used in the Ca ilorma 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 he 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, Aachine, En
gine and Car Box oil in
"Colorado" brand. It is the
best manufactured and the best
Our stock of holiday goods
is Complete 111 every particular
, .' 1 r 1 i-
When It COIlieS to USeiUl aitl-
deb lich ill UlialitV and low ill
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Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Go, Ltd
By Jas. F. Morgan. I
Auction Sale of Cement
TO - MOllROW, Dc. l'ith,
at u otuh'k a. si..
At the Pacific Miil Wharf,
", sve.,,,, a wiiiun-uimcAue.
,,my t",,""r" "b,mt
' Ba-rels of WhKe Bros' MM
Cem-nt la f'-od Of or.
TKIIMH CASH I
Jas. F Morgan,
i' - mi 11
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Save YOQr toy For ThiS 1
Evening Auction Sales
TAKK I'f.AOi: ON
Tuesday, December 18th,
Sktnrd y, December 22d,
AT 7:30 O'CLOCK P M
In Tta Ctillty MOHliOgS
tho thoughts of the householder
aro directed towards fuel as a
moans of keeping warm. To
get the right quality at the
right price is the matter to lie
considered. There's lots and
lots of wood for sale, but to get
what is best for the money is
Wo contend nnd wo believe
wo aro right iu our judgment,
that tho wood we deliver to our
patrons Is the best over offered
for sale in Honolulu. Our
algeroba is full growth ami
has more body to it than that
......... ,.,..i.i...r.. ,.. i... Linml.
grown anywhere on tho Islands.
Utir wood choppers khow a
gootl thing when they see it,
niwl tn j.iillitn I li.iv mint! milt
.... u...v bm.w iu. .rrwul in
what they know to bo good to
use. We nover deliver any ex-1
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 I ho ranch nnd selected
1 ,l yonweir
fllUlUal TelepaOIlC UO.
notice to sunsaiuuERB.
AT A .M m: f IMI lll'TIIK niltWriOUH
of the 1 any limit tills dity it s
n-iiitvi'd thiitnn nnd n trr Urn llit ,,iy of
Jnuimry ik.", tli rainn fur ilin u.nof tehf
ilionl(T liiMrtiiiiiui'H will he iih full wh:
Private lU-rldi-m-u, i-r month
IIiihIii. m Hiiiim- uiul Olllcut
rnutitry Mullen .. "Wl
1'ayulilu iiinrli rly In uilvrtiice
J. !'. ItltOWN,
linn (lulu, iii-u. i'.', iwii. r.'iu im
'IMIK KrKASIKIl W. O HAM. WII.I.
1 leiivi lii'ir en Slendny, Hit. 'Jl'lt. nt
lOo'clork a. m , nbd will iir'bo at Jiono
lulu Tui"-iMy iiutii iik Jnn 1, 18W rilil-ix-r
are I'frrliv wim-Mixo tit t-lilp llelr
I uIkIii en Hut rd iv, Hv. -.'J I.
W. II. Ui-I KAN,
1'JU-lw He riiry I. I H N To
National Cane Shredder
I'ATBNTKI) U.VJ)KU TIIK bAWS OF TIIK HAWAIIAN ISI,ANTI)S
-1 v?rv?x i'-
Mr. John A. Scott, .Milliliter of tho lliln Kuur Company, given tliu follow
inn wonilerful iccord of the workiut; of thu NATIONAfj UANK HHUKD
Ulili, whic.li was viuntcd hy their woika ul thu commcuccinuut of the crop
j Hint linrvestcil:
" During Hie past wick tho II1I0 .Sugar Company's mill exceeded imy of
Uh former leconlrt hy elobiug tlio ll'.r) hours grinding witli tin output of aX)J
tons. This is fully 10 puicenf mine Ihun I Im hent work of former yearn.
"The llircu roller mill lieing 'Hi iu. by Til iu. uiul the two roller mill .'10 in.
by HO in. 'I ho find mill doing this iiuiotinl of work in an elllcieul inaiiucr
uinl with great oat-n, cnmimrctl with work ou whole cane, owing to thorough
prujiuiiiliiiii of tliu cane hy thu National Cauu rihnuhlcr, icccutly urootcil by
" Ami hy its iifcii the e.xlrnction lias liuiin incrcitHi-d from !i percent to T per-
cent on all kimln of c.tne, ami in somo
I theavcragel ieing7.r. to 78 percent, 1UT0r.li11gl.Mp1.1lUy.
" 1 couliiiuu to liuil the ui.'gHHs from sliicilih.1 enno better fuel than from
1 given me euliie MiliHiaclinu, liiivmg
llioiiraiiil tons of cine, ami a lingo part of it Imiug hard ruinous.
! "Tliu hlimlilur anil engine ic.iiiire very little care or attention."
I'liiiiH anil spcclllcalioim of thimo Hliicdtlnrri may lie miuii at tun olllce of
WM. . IRWIN to CO., LU,
titl AytnU or IK JiuvaUnn Jtlnixtt.
ladies have truly quick wits
They are keen of perception.
They are ever and always on
tho lookout for something truly
reat in the way of Bargains.
Those peoplo will havo a feast
at my storo till the Holidays aro
Patterns from tho most Celo
bratetl Factories in tho World.
Our shot and embroidered silk
Patterns are tho most beautiful
over brought to Honolulu. In
Wool Dress goods wo havo an
assortment that will please the
most fastidious, also Grenadines,
plain, striped and figured from
tho European markots.
that fit liko the paper on the
wall, nil shades and lengths;
Chamois Gloves that wash and
aro just as good as new after
ward; long glovos, short gloves,
wide gloves, narrow gloves and,
aside from thin elegant assort
innnt of gloves, wo havo Glovos.
goods are naturally in demand
at this timo of tho year, and for
tho accommodation of our pa
trons I havo laid in slock Tablo
Scarfs and Draporios nothing
prettier for a present unless it is
ono of our opera Fans, of which
I havo a large variety. A lady
remarked the other day that our
display of Handkerchiefs was a
"dream of loauty."
who always "put things off" till
, tho last moiuont will havo re
grets too late after the Holi
days, for nover in my long ex
perience in tho dry goods trade
have I seen such beautiful goods
of so much value offered for so
little money as you will find at
my slore, fill Fort Streot.
That Tiroloss Toller,
J. J. EG AN.
Goods aro in demand lust now.
People who cannot afford luxuries
find plenty of staple articles to
buy; a Dress Pattern makes a nice
''ul A Uy Silk UruM, ,w.
" woman at all timoB. ihavosomo
, no si,k Un)M Goodg tlBt , am goU.
jK M reasonable prices, also Winter
Dress Goods of every variety, they
, aro good value ana latest uesigns
1 don't wan't to tiro you with too
much talk, in fact don't want to pull
tho wool over your eyes, but would
! like to pull the wool over your
, wU. -no of my Kino Hosiery.
a woman said, "What shall I get for
my llt Kirr. A Doll, Madam.
ir',,i" lini.Tir ilr.7.i.ll iwl uHll
Jcauties finely dressed aud with
Natural Hair, each put in a separate
liox; this will be sure to please
Iiy all means a uou. i nave somo
little girl. For older peoplo wo havo
a countless array of goods, both use
ful, ornamental and decorative, and
with a wish that you will bo judi
cious and inspect my stock lwforo
buying elsewhere. I wish you a
:m. s. levy
Foiit Strkkt, II. I.
' , s,!ro).v,Hj-x3MM,
cares hi) nerceut has lioeu ruaulinl:
day anil night for seven mouths ami Iiiih
hhrc.hhil ihiriug tliat limn ahoiil oeveuly
i inn tew txrcMl,
'fib. fvidurj 117 daJ tell
B'jtluiuM.. .... ',
Tho Board of Ilunlth recom
mend Unit nil drinking wntor
bo boiled nnd filloral. No ono
doubts tlio necessity of this pre
caution with our city supply,
but those who drink
nre nlwnys sure of its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. Napa Soda is n puro mine
ral wulor, just ns it comes charged
with sparkling gas from tho bo
som of mother earth. It is pro
scribed aud recommended by Hip
most eminent physicians. It is
not ono of tho now "mako-be-
lieve" nut unit waters, hut has
been in extensive use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by tho
Hottle, Dozen or Case. We now
havo cases of Sixty Hollies, es
pecially for families, at (ho very
reasonable price of $1! per ease.
A trial order solicited by tho
AgmiH for tlii lliiw.nlmi. Itdniidi.
Christmas Cards !
Water Gnlor (Imrts of
Al : : :
Bond Something Hawaiian to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
ROBBER STAMPS !
ill II1IH.1UU " Ul'Ilfl
K. HOPKINS, l'roprlftor.
Good Light I
Fine Cigars 1
Arlington Itlock, Hotel Street
DR. R. MoKIBDIN.
htrrct. ni'xt .I.Nir to AltiviiiiuTmiiii
liimiikit) Olllu. II. hum Itiiilifiirc from
M'M tilling) unit II till I'Ja.w, ,11ml from -J
till I. uinl 7 till Kr. u.
Vtt- Will nilrml at Urn Mm-itl Hall,
l'orl Ktri-ul (old oIIIuh), fiom IlilWtlll II a. m.
- kwll If K
f Grff G O
I BROWN & KUIJEY,
j I WATCH AND CLOCK DEALERS
tloolii nold 011 Weekly or Moutlily
I 4 Mnonlc Temple, Altkei Strut
I HONOLULU, . H. I.
IU " 1 dllUI
IF YOUR SHAFTS RATTLE
JtwctaT Spuing, which, as an anti-rat
tler, is tho only sure thing in the world.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'FG CO.,
N"o TO Queen Streot
i tho most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It is manufactured after a celebrated formula now
in our possession. The materials used nre the purct-t
obtainable ; contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or gums, nnd its use cannot be otherwise than pleas
ant and beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the preser
vation of their teeth, do them harm by using n tooth
powder containing excessive "grit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excps-ivi friction, but hurt, the gums.
A trial of Ai.on.v Tooth Powdkh will convince
anyone of its merits and the advantage of using a
dentifrice of the purity of which 1 hey can be certain.
It is attractively put up, and will be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRQN DRUG CO.
I. W. McCHESNEY & SONS
Offer or the lluliduy Trade a Fit I A wort went of
General Groceries. FumMch who wish to huy
whohmh (Inj the case, or oriyinnl package) can
nave money hy calling on us. re especially call
your attention to our large stock of Extra Fine
Granulated Sugars in Barrels, llalj Barrels and
Hags. Also u full assortment of Cutting's Extra
Fine Tahle Fruits at low prices.
Beware of Bacteriated Waterl
Drinking water should be boiled and filtered.
The O.Niv Rkmaiii.k Watkii Fii.tku is t he f Stick lr
BroWulOW. They are mndo on scientific prii'eiples. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily denied.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LD
CUKNKK l'OKT & MKUCIHANT STItBBTS.
OU should bring your Carriage
to us, as we are the exclusive
makers of the Oaiilsox Shaft