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In nccoi dance with Sec. 1 of chap
ter XXVI I of the laws of 18S0.
All peiions holding water pri i
legos of thoe paying water rates, ntc
hereby notified that the water rales
lor the leim ending June SO, ISS9,
will bo due and payable at the oflleo
Of the Honolulu Water "Works on
llto 1st of January, ISSi).
All stlch rates ronmining unpaid
for fifteen' days, after they are duo,
will ho subject to an additional 10
I'm tics paying rates will please
present their last lcceipt.
llntesnio payable at the oflieo of
tho Wntcr Works In the JCnpnaiwn
The statute allowing no discielion,
strict enforcement of this clause will
C11AS. JL WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Walks.
Honolulu, Dec. 1-1, ISS8.
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Pledged to neither Seel nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, DEC. HI, i,88.
THE NEW POLICE JUDGE.
Tho vacancy in the Police Court
of Honolulu, created by the expira
tion of the conmiifebion ot Judge
Dayton, has been filled by the ap
pointment of Mr. "William Foster to
the position. Mr. Foster has re
ceived his commission, and is now
Police Justice of Honolulu. Much
as wc may regret the rcliicmcnt ot
the old incumbent, wc have none
but words of approval in regard to
the new appointee. Mr. Foster is
unquestionably well qualified for the
ollicc. He is a lawyer by training
and profession, and is the possessor
of diplomas from Yale College and
Yale Law .School. lie has been ad
mitted to the bar in the Slates of
Connecticut and California, and has
also for several years past held a
license to piaelise Jan in all Uig
courts of this kingdom. In addition
to learning in the law, Judge Foster
is gifted with other necessary quali
fications for his now position, which
wo confidently predict will procure
for him the reputation of being, in
every way, a good and cflicient Po
lice Justice. The .Supreme Court
loses in Mr. Foster a Chief Clerk
who has filled that position -with
ability and acceptance for the past
THAT DANGEROUS PAVEME15T.
Eon on IIllm.iin : Attention has
very pioperly been called, heieto
fore, to the ery unsightly and dan
gerous condition of the pavement
on Foit street opposite Hall's Hard
ware store, where the dirt joins the
stone pavement below, and where
there is a declivity over which any
person going down the dirt pave
ment unaware of the declivity,
might be precipitated head fore
most on the street below, and never
rise or be taken away without broken
bones and bruises, which might re
sult in permanent injury, or death.
Any one looking at that place,
would shudder at the bare thought
of stepping down that declivity, as
he might, in tho night time, without
knowing it was there, or not think
ing of it. One step forward ami
downward from the summit of that
declivity would certainly cause se
rious injury and might prove fatal,
if the person nho made the step,
was ignorant or unmindful of the
declivity. Upon looking at that
place carefully, the wonder would
be, that bones have not already
J)ccn broken there, and it would cost
much more to repair a broken bone,
than it would to cut off the outer
angle of tho dirt pavement and close
up the angle formed 13' tho dirt
pavement and the curb stone of the
pavement below, and make a grace
ful turn of the pavement at that
point, which would be safe for ped
Her Majesty the Queen celebrated
the fifty-third anuiversary of her
birth to-day, by holding a ieception
for ladies at iolani 1'alaco from 11
n. m. to ' ). m. Uetwcoii those
hours a largo number of ladies call
mi and paid then rekpoets, the
Queen rcuoiviinj thuin in a very gia
oioua mnniior. Thu decorations in
tho green room whero tho luuoptiun
won hold worofciipoib. Their Koynl
llJulmunsu the I'jjiiccwkOb Llliiioku
lam and Kaiuluni wuro prownt. The
Ituyal Hawaiian bum phiyud during
Lliu loaoiitioii. Thu 1H i.i.k-jik wWiui
Uur Muj(!iy many luippy tUiniv of
THE POLICE JUSTICESHIP.
Mil. wm. rovri.u is .oMJHan.nii
XHti fXkT:s"iu3'8UT on Tiir.
On Saturday afternoon Mr.
William Poslor, clerk of thu Su
promo Court, received his com
mission as District and l'olieo
Justice for Honolulu. At 0:H0
o'clock this morning thu hour set
for opening the Police Court the
following members of tho bar were
present: Attorney-General Aih
ford, Deputy Attorney-General
Peterson, Messrs. Paul Neumann,
W. O. Smith, A. Kosa, C. Creigh-
ton, W. A. Whiting, M. Thompson,
J. A. Magoon, G. K. Wilder, J. L.
Kaulukou, J. M. Monsarr.it, W. C.
Achi and S. K. Ka-nc. Maishal
Soper and Deputy Marshal Hopkins
wcro also present. The audience
was quite a large one.
A few moments after the hour
above mentioned, the new Police
Justice entered the Court room, and
was introduced to the bar by the
late incumbent Mr. David Day
William AVond, cleik of the Police
Court, read the commission of
the new Police Justice. The nomi
nation was made by the Cabinet ap
proved by tlic Supreme Court.
Mr. Foster then addressed the
bar as follows: Having received
the appointment to this olllce, I
shall endeavor to perform the duties
pertaining to it, to the best of my
ability. 1 trust that the same
friendly relations that have existed
between the members of the Bar
and myself, during the past live
years, will be continued. 1 shall
endeavor to assist the heads of the
Police Depaitment in the duty of
punishing offenders, in the manner
pointed out by law ; while keeping
in mind the other duty, equally
prescribed by law and more import
ant to the public, that a man is to
be considered innocent until proven
guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
In this connection I wish to say that
1 consider it the duty of the Police
Department to cnquiic into all ap
plications for warrants of arrest, and
to see whether probable cause exists
for the issuance of a warrant: and
I shall require that all applications
for warrants be made at the Police
Station, and that the warrant bo
countersigned by the Marshal or
Deputy Marshal bcfoie it is present
ed to me for signature ; exception
extraordinary cases, and it will be
time enouuh to consider them when
they arise. I shall ask your patience
and assistance until I become fami
liar with the routine work of this
oflice : and 1 shall be glad to receive
any suggestions as to the conduc
ting of business. 1 hope, also, that
any one will feel ficc to make com
plaint to me of any matter within
my power to investigate, and J will
try to (jive it proper consideration.
I have learned from my experience
in the clerk's ollicc, that any changes
in the department must be well con
sidered and slowly and carefully
made. 1 shall thcrcfoie make none
at present, because I do not know
whether they ought to be made: if
in the future, some changes of sys
tem may become necessary, I shall
give the matter caicf ul consideration
and ask the suggestions of all pai ties
interested as to the best course to
pursue. I shall ordinarily be here
from 0 to I on working days, and
until noon on Saturdays, ready to
hear any matter that is brought bc
foie me. 1 think 1 have the right
to request that business be trans
acted in oflice hours at the Court
Fioom, and that 1 shall not be asked
to attend to official business at other
times or places, except in criminal
matters of uigency, at the request of
the Marshal. Civil cases will be
heard as usual on Wednesdays and
Fridays, unless members of the
bar desire another plan to be adopt
ed ; concerning winch 1 shall be
glad to hear any suggestions. Crimi
nal cases will be heard to-day. To
morrow, being a holiday, no business
will bo done. On Wednesday at 10
o. in. J will take up civil cases.
Attorney-General Ashford aid
that on behalf of himself, and he
was sure he voiced the sentiments
of the bar, he extended congralulat
tions to His Honor upon his appoint
ment as Police Justice. Entire con
ildcnco had been expressed in tho
intercourse between His Honor and
the members of the bar and the
public, while occupying tho position
of clerk of the Supreme Court. He
was sure the same degree of satis
faction existing in the past would
be maintained in the future. He
begged to lender his sincoro congra
tulations. Hon. W. O. Smith said ho would
like to speak in the same stiaiu.
The position was not an easy one to
fill, requiring a great deal of palioiico.
His Honor and the bar had to woik
together in tho interests of tho pub
lic, lie would like to thank thu ic
tiring Police Justice for his for his
patience, honesty and inlegiity.
The members of the bar had been
under great obligation to him
courtesy and perseverance. Ho
hoped they would all woik together
bearing and forbearing.
Mr. Fofcler thanked the members
of tho bar for their exprowlons of
goodwill, lie hoped to emulate thu
example of tho retiring Justice.
The hiiuiuotfu of tho Court wag
then pioeuuded with.
A XICATi iwiMiulu (Jlil un mime In
-rV uuull fiiuilly, Autily to
180 liwrwiMMlw MiMtt.
The Hawaiian 15 Hip .Association
mil "hold" its bCiiif-tuumal target
practice to-morrow at tho King street
range, commencing at '.) o'clock.
The programme, which appears else
where, is tho best yet presented by
the Association. Tho entries from
all accounts will be large and the
prospects for tine weather :ue good.
The San Francisco Call of Dee.
12th has the following: Daniel
McDonald, accused of robbing
Alice Padoy's house several weeks
ago, was released on his own recog
nizance yesterday by Judge Toohy,
upon motion of the District Attor
ney. McDonald's parents regard
him as beyond redemption, and will
send him to Honolulu on the next
Prof. W. D. Alexander furnishes
the following information with re
gard to the eclipse of the sun :
On Tuesday, January 1, 1880.
there will be a total eclipse of the
sun, visible here as a partial eclipse.
It will bcirin at Honolulu at 8:11 a.
m., on the northwest limb of the
sun, and end about 11:18 a. m.
The gicatcst obscuration will be at
!):5l a. m., when about two-fifths of
the sun's disk will be eclipsed. It
will be total within a narrow strip of
country in northern California, Ne
vada, etc., from J'unta Arenas east
The following olllccrs were elected
at a meeting of Hawaiian Council
No. G81), A. L. of Honor, on Friday
the 28th, to serve for the year 1889:
T. F. Lansing, Commander.
Julius Asch, Vice-Commander.
John Ilopp, Orator.
M. D. MonsaT.il, Past Com
John F. Eekault, Secretary,
T. S. Douglas, Collector.
Chas. llustace, Treasurer.
G. P. Castle, Chaplain.
Kobt. French, Guide.
Tlios. Sorenson, "Warden.
G. C. Stratcmcver. Sentry.
Trustees, G. P. Castle, E. W.
Peterson and il. 13. Monsarrat.
? " '" .; .ilk." -?
1st ISntuHion, JI
VERY memlcr of this command is
liciebv oidurcd to rclioit at 0:45
a. m. lmp TO MORROW MORNING,
at their urmoiy In Fatigue Uniform, for
the purpose ofc-corting the 1'ortuguese
Benevolent Association on their excur
sion to JL'earl Ilaibor.
lBtSeigeant. 185 It
'?, A PARTilKNTS, UNPUR
W -- NlSHED-hiiitablc lor
feRr.9CJbfl hou'iekeeping for a small fa-
nuly at 1S2 King sticet, next to S.N.
Castle. Caispass every half hour.
Bolster & Rupprecht,
House and Fresco Painters
At t'liyford Mioin Sliop.
No. 81 : : KING STREET.
llawaiian Tramways Co,
OPENING OF THE
King Street Line
'or any IHiitaiicc.
Tlic Cais will commence running on the
following' bchcdulc tiine,
On Tuesday, Jen, 1st
Leave llillc liangc.
fe Hi Jili S 1
Lcava Chinese Thcat.
li.SO A. J.
i2.;to p, m.
r.'.;io r, ji,
To Insure punctuality, it in rcquuntcd
that ptiitungork will, un far us pol)io,
join anil iume the onu nl tho emneiK ol
'i'lioyuio uIho luDpuctftilly iiaullonud
ujjuliisl Uuiiiitlnjf to onlor or alight
Slum tho uitm OilTnt in inulloni o tte
thut tk tiiM iiumlitd tuturn in Hturt,
Jur their Jut a it actually toiu Jiout tk
tiiaw'itiifi lu rutulu tlmt llukwl ilur
Uig llio Jouinuy, Mini to (iMtUoy lluu
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
few fear's Sele 1
On WEDNESDAY, Jan, 2, '89
AT lO O'CMX'K.
At nn Salesroom, Ouron
btrctt, I will
S'.ll :it Public Auction, an
3BCo!ic3s-E,;y locS.s I
Embroidcd & Hemstitched
Pouccc P.ijama Suits
White Silk l'ajamn Suits,
Inpnuvse Tea Sets,
DECORATED DINNER SETS,
Japanese Punch Howl',
Embrd. Wool Shawls
Ladies Dres3 Goods,
Kir., Etc., Kic, Etc.
liS? Remember th.it this stool; must
bo bold at any pi ice.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles,
Honolulu, Mic. 2'i, l'-S8.
npiIE annual election fr Company
X Oflleers of this corps will take
place as follows:
Omp'iny "0" Wcdni-Mliy V. ming,
.lanu.iij 2nd: Ciptiiu i- OuIii.iiku Olli
cer liu'sh Gunn to pieside.
Company "A" 'thnudny Evening,
Janiruy I!d; Captain A Ordnance OIHeer
W. W.'llall to preside.
Company "L" Kiiilny Lveninar, .l.m.
limy '1th; Captain fc Oiduance Olllcer
HiiL'h Ciiinn to pieside.
Company " E" Tucdiy Evening, .Lin
uaiy bth; Oipiain it titirgenn John
Iiro'rlic to pie'-ide.
II. P. IIE11I5ARI).
Captain and Adjutant. 114 Tt
Tax Collector's Notice,
LL Taxes for the Distiicl of Hono.
January 1, 18S9, will bo chaigcd 10 per
cent additional, as autboricil bv law.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
W. E. Gisimx,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Dee. iS, 1SSS. 10U lw
HAS Coial Rock, Rlack Btonc, Black
and White Sand and Soil, for sale
in any quantity. Apply ul the oflice of
V. C. Achi, Kaahumanu street. 119 lim
Now Enjjliiiul Cliowder, or,
011 England Fish Soup,
CAN bo made to perlection with Star
lirand New Zi aland Mullet. (Jne
tin makes a gallon of lhee delicious
dishes. Onlv ?- pei doon tin-. For
sale by J. E. liROWN & CO.,
132 (il 08 It ' .Merchant Uieet.
I7XTRA Fine 1'iiiit and Cition C.il.e
It ornamented, at the l'ioneei Hteam
Candy Faetoiy iV Ilakio . 1!!-' II
AM'ECIAL meeting of the stock,
lioldoih ol tile Waiohinu Agricul.
tuial & Ginlim Co (Limiledj, -will be
held on 'EDNESDAY, Hie !lh day of
.Tnnuaiy, at tlic olllce of C. 1. Iuukea,
Honolulu, at 10 o'clock a. si
C. 1. IAUKEA,
123 Id becietary.
HP HE largest iimoitnient of Oina
X incnteil Fruit and Cition Cake for
New Veais' J'je-euts, at thu J'ioneer
bteani Uit,iy Faetoiy it l.'akcry.
Vs i:i' it
I WILL not be lesponslblo for any
debtfc iucuireil by my wife or any.
one else without my written older after
Ibis dale. JOHN C. GALL.
Honolulu, Dec. 28, lfc&8. 134 '.It
McGUIlti: hereby notillcs tho
niitilic that bo will, in con unc
lion with J. McQueen, canyon tho Hag.
gago Eipicfcsnnd Driving Uufeiucssnow
conduclcd by J. Giecn & Co., coininenc.
ing on Januiuy 1, 181). All kinds of
baggage exploit and diaying work
piompily attended to. 1!32 tf
IIS. GAbCOYNK is picpaicd to
icccivc oidcis for Dyeing all
eludes of (londh at tho 'lliompson'o
Celebrated Die Woiks of tian Finn
oibco. Hinnpleh of tho Dyo lu all llio
vailoubtoloM and bbado can bu teen
on application to -Mis. Clntcnyno'b Diesb.
in ul. ing Hooms. OideiH promptly at.
teiidul lo. lO'Jlm
WHEltEAH, W. K. Luce, of Hono.
lulu, liuu this ila)' inailu an iiknlgii
inunt of nil hU properly to llio umlei.
lilgiKd, for the Imnollt ol his crediloiH,
nutlco hmeby given to nil piilluo
owing kulil V. ts, Lucu lo inuKu Inline
illato puyiuuiit, mid nuy pumoiiH having
nlitliiu agniiiki V. H. Lucu urn ri'tjucitteil
to pro'init llii'iu ut inn ii at tho olllcoof
V, ii. l.uue, .Muiubunt ktiout, Honolulu.
.!. F. llAtJICI'KLD,
IIWiuluHi, l)w, It, IW, 11)1 1 m
AG ML or Woman to assist in general
housework. Apply at lliia olllec.
BY a Portuguese anil his wife. Tho
iiinu can do yard work the woman
wash anil cook. Apply nt this oflice.
PkY a .Jnpanut ninl his wife. The
iiinu c.ui attend to horn1 and car.
llace, do yiud work. Womun u good
eonls or can look after rlilldicii. Applv
at thh offlcu. 1.11 tw
ALL person found ticspassing or
shooting on the lands of thu un
dorslgned in or itcnr l'nlolo Valley, will
bo pro-tented accoidim; to law.
PHI LI l MIITOX.
Palolo, Decemboi 19, 1888. 127 2v
M7. a npiIE COTTAGE No. M
?3V"I - School sheet, opposite
BailiSslllio Government School. Ap
ply to T. A. Lloyd, Kalilii, or, linjj up
lloll Telephone jo. 71. 13'2 lv
r&ffafo fT",IIE New Cottage on IJcic-
, vjvflH -- uiJiiit .' uxt ii it ;n i;uni
hediooms, 1 alliroom,
pmtiy, kitchen, !.
etc. Apply at
111 I lw GULICK'S AGENCY
FOIt KENT or LEASE
,5, 'T'l IK Stoic and
CSkSia cupictl by Chilian & Co.
V H '.C. . L 111 U hllCl
C4 - Niiiiimu hlieet, now oc-
session given in .liurniy. Km teuns
apply to Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.
PONY EOIt SALE.
OUITAULK, for a
j child. New n-er-il)U
child s saddle
with bridle. All com.
pick-. Apply at Hawaiian Hotel Mablc.
'.lit 1 1
lleieford Hull, im-
pmted Iron. New Zen-
In., tl. nl.f.iil fl ..nut. flll
t-C2i'ia'a"M' juini, uuuui. u jbuioun..
Can be seen in tho paddock opposite
Punahou. Inquiie of
C. II. JUDD,
lit m' At A .1 (.'ailttiight's.
Christmas & M Year's Cards
Just Received at
A. L. SMITH'S STORE,
121eis;sm AMfciOi'imeait i" Cni'ils,
All New Pattcrus; and mu'-t be seen
to he appiecialed. ALo
a Choice Lot of
Dolls, Dressed & Undressed,
Large and Small Dolls, with kid
bodies, that will tit down, lie down,
etc., Children'. Building Blocks,
Ladies, Lap Boards, Dress Forms,
And Skill Forms cry nice; etc.
"!Vf OTICE is hereby given that the tin.
Xl denicned, Administrator of the
Estate ol Frank Antonc, late of AVai
intino, Ei' a, O ihu, deceased, will t-ell at
putilic! auction at said Wainrino, oppo.
site the Com I House in said Waimano,
On iSatiii'clay, Jan. 5, 1SS1),
AT lO O'CI-OCIt A. 31.,
2 Wooden Houses, fe Woiking Bulloelts,
12 Steers, 18 (lows an'l 11 Calves, 2
lIoics,:S Mates ami 2 Colic, 1 llullock
AVngou, 1 Milk Wagon, 2 Plowe, 2
Yokes II Cbains-. 1 Clock, 1 Watch, 11
Ooats and a lot of Household Fuiniuire.
Administrator of tiie IXute ot Finnic
Honolulu, Dec. 21 1FBS. 130 lit
TllO XllJ)OIl YllhCll ItalNlm'H
AVill leave for above portt, posi
January 2nd, 1889.
Chineso l'assengeiii for Hongkong
will be transfciieil at Yokohama to tho
Hongkong steamei without extra o..
pense. All baggage whilst awaiting
traiisfur will be piopeily cured for and
piotcctcd by the Kteamship Co.
The undcrsiened call the bjiccIuI atten.
lion of e.cuiaionists lo tho fuel Unit tho
'S. K. Takasago Maui" will icluiuto
this port in March, which ulll allow
lounii Hip pisbcujuTB about a iiionlh 01
six weeks t') vitll Yokohama, Hhanghni,
Iho (nlaud bca and other places of In.
lercst in Japan
Round Trip Fare to Yokohama:
Ih Cabin, 50;
DO" For Freight or l'awage, 1
8iiiiul(ir Cabin and tituuragu Ace
nations, apply lo
WM, a, IHWIN & CO.,
8 P YOU WANT A SITUATION
. inlverlUu hi tiiu Daii.v lIUM.irnH.
CATTLE and HORSES
I-J . -T . NOJL rJ? IV
Hni Jim JJcculvc 1 a Lirgo
fiin-min niirniintfnn fllnlinnnnfi
i 1 1 1 i i v i . 1 1 1 w i (J 1 1 t-i : l 1 1 1 1 u i i 1 1 v
ui&iuu, ui&uiuuutf, luimuuuu
Sr ESPECIALLY for
CIGArtETTES ol tho lollowlng Well-known
Richmond Straight Cut,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
INSMOKING TOBACCO. THE FOLLOWING FAVORITE
Seal of Noitli Caiolinn,
Our Roys, Rillc,
Gem, Lone .lade,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
-A LARGE VARIETY OI
Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette HoSders,
in1 Briar Wood Pipes, Match Boxes, Tobacco Pouches, Sc., &c. flm
COKNEK FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
Just Arrivett Bx. "Aiistrnlia"
Fiik C'l.nk .t Klagg's tfeiuN
LinU.er Toilet Hcts,
PTfhiPr PflPIT $9 PllffRdYPQ
-UHEAT VARIICTV OF
Linen Colored Border Handkerchiefs,
Klnt- fci-lllc lIiiiiUc'tN-lsitr-..
Fine Eancy Socke, Gold & Silver Headed Canes,
L.Ucsl stvk'b in Collais & C u II V
Dress SMrts, Pep
-K1NE ASSOItTMENT OF-
-DIKFJT FKOM THE EAST-
Visit Our Store and Get Your Holiday Present
Our Grand SiSver Gift Sale
On MONDAY, December 17th, 1888.
During this Sale every custoiiici juuchabiiig tlio amount of $2.f)0 worth
will U'ceived a haiulfcoino
Silver LC- A S
Present 1 p
Come and exaniiiic our New liuoiU, and you will lind them inucli nower
anil lower in jaiio then eUcwhcii'. It ! our uualtoiablo determination to
Imvc no jceouitc to initleatliii 01 iniMt'pr('M.'iilalinn. Oui advcrlitieinent
truly lcpiLhcnts the (ioodh we oll'or for sale.
Over 120 doz. of Ladies' Fine White TJntrimmed Straw Hats.
jj3y Look ut our ilotol htieot window and hco the I'mu dibpluy of Hilvor
waio biiitahlo for the Holidays.
The near uppioach of thu'lloliilnys anil oveistook of Goods miiko it im
perative that we niako the most radical and sweeping changes in our prices,
and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in llio coining week our
putioiib can t-A'cuit' aduiutagcH in
DRY GOODS, MILLINERY & GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Which hau in vol hcun cimnk'd.
J&iTThiH h the
Lot of the Find lliiinds ol
& iSiiicrs' seiniiitDi f .
a j 1 1 1 1 v 1 1 1 v
tho JIOL1JDAYS -a
Havana & Domestic CIGARS ot the following
La Dal la,
Hunter's Selection, g
Quiet Girls, Roodlc, tf
Etc, Etc., Etc, Etc.
k Very Besi lias !
Etc , Etc., Etc..
Suiial!li for Holiday Gifts
& Fiiu- Silk SuspendeiH,
Plush Toilet Ket.s,
Ltilonl novelties in fine full
Plaited Front !
ami Children's (Mini
STRAW HATS, ETC.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Hosiery ! Mosiefy ! Hosiery !
Heaviest Cut iu I'ncci over uttciupted
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