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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. L, DECEMBER .'II, 1889.
Disinfectants 1 Disinfectants ! J
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1.-33 0 Id
Ewa Courthouse I
In neeoidanee .willi Section
Chapter XXV II. of the luws ui
all persons holding water privileges
or those paying water rati"?, arohete
by notified that the water rates fin
the term ending June HO, 18510, will
be due and payable at the otllce of
the Honolulu "Water Works on the
first of January, 1S90.
All such rates remaining unpaid
for fifteen days after they are due
will be subject to an additional 10
Parties paying lates will please
pieseut their last receipt.
Hates nie payable at the office of
the Water Works in the Kupuniwa
The statute allowing no discretion
atiiet enforcement of this clause will
be made. CHAS. B. "WI1.SOX,
Supeiintondenl AVater Winks.
Honolulu, Dec. 21, ISS'J. -IIHtf
OB1 NEW rcwRK:
On Hew Year's Day, Jan, I, '90
iMiri i- lit atj::
lt eiass ronni nip
Vml class roiuul trip
For Sale by Benson, Smith & Go.
Trains leave Honolulu S 00 n. in.,
10.30 a. ui., 1 :00 p. in., ILOD p. m.; Moa.
naluti 3:12 u. in., 10:41! . lu.. 1 :ia p. m.,
S:12p. m.; Puuloa (MnciarlaueV) 8 2S
u. in., 10:03 a. tn., 1:23 p. in., !!.'
p. in.; llalawa 8:30 a. in., 11 .00 a. in.,
1:30 p. in., il 30 p. m. ; Men (lc Grew Vj
8:315 a. lu., 11. 0B n. in.. 1:30 p. in., 3:1(1
p. ra.; Waiau wVUV) 0:18 a. m., 11:13
a. iu 1 :43 p. in., 3:4 p. 111.; uirlvn ul
Jlanaua (Courthouse) S:IS a. in., 11 18
a. in., 1-.4S . ui., 11:48 p. in.
Trains leave Munana (CouithoiHi )
Is issninp; a new form of iiifetnnnco which provides, in tlie event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return all the prcmiumu paid with interest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profit's in cash the leiral holder
may, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piotlts in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Stales, and the Lar
gest Finnuctal Institution iu.tbe World, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six "Millions of Dollars.
PsT For full particulars call on or address
- a. hi., K' 00 in, 2:30 p. in., 4 10
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, DEC. :1, 1P89.
TAHITI STEAM LINE.
Mr. C. T. Cognet (II. II. M. Con
sul at Tahiti), in a letter addressed
to this morning's P. C. Advertiser,
endeavors to make it appear that
the negotiations, now pending be
tween the French Government and
the Messaircries Maritimes Com
pany, to carr3 the French mail to
Tahiti via Sydney and New Cali
donia, are not likely to be realised ;
adding, in proof thereof the asser
tion, that "This is the same question
that has been asked so many years
in Tahiti," etc.
Mr. C. T. Cognet and the late
Governor of Tahiti, Mr. Lacascade,
appear to hold widely different opin
ions on this question. Mr. Lacascade,
in a letter to the acting Governor of
Tahiti, dated Auckland, November
18th, 1889, states in reference to
the Messagcries Maritimes project
"I have confidence in the success of
these negotiations, and am convinced
that the new lino will realise the
hopes of our two Colonies of
Oceania." But, be it remembered,
Governor Lacascade has resided but
a few years in Tahiti and is, per
haps, not so competent to form an
opinion on this matter as is Mr.
It is ta be presumed that a com
pany establishing a steam line be
tween Honolulu and Tahiti would
expect to receive a subsidy. Docs
Mr. Cognet suppose thattlieTahitian
Government would subsidise two
lines? The writer would be much
pleased to see Tahiti connected with
these Islands by steam, subsidy or no
subsidy. The more practical ques
tion is, will steamship owners look
on the matter in a similar light?
p.m.; vmiiut (AKIH :i:au n. in,, n-ai,.
p. m., 2.3.1 p. in.. 1:31 p. in., Aten
(McUrcwV) !);:7 n. in., I2:IU I), m., 'J:I'J
p.m., 4:'J2 p in.; Halawn U-43 . :n.,
12:1H p. in., 2 IS p in, 4 :2S p. in.,
Puulna (Maefarlaii.'-0 !t:.Vi . m , I2::3
p. in., 2:o.- p. in. 4 :3ii p in.; Moatiiilua
1U:01 si. 111., r.:;iu p. in., i:w!i p. in.,
-1 : tti p. in.; arrive at Honolulu 10:Ut
a. m., 12:4S p. in., 3:18 p. in.. 4 :38
p. ra. 441 It
rpiIK regular monthly meeting of thli
JL Company ipo'tponid until WED
NESDAY, Junuarv f, Jiwi
lly order. J. D. McVKIGH,
441 Ut aecretuiy.
Freicli, Enlist ami American Dry ami Fancy Go,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
KM Gloves, Bf&noid Dye BlacK Hose in Ibeil & Plain.
i&. 33. i.os:e:9
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
RI V ALED
$5,000 Worth of smerware,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
A MEETING of the Hoouhi &, Iloolti
Labui toeiety will be liclil at
the Palace bungalow, on TUUKSD.VY
NEXT, January 2, iSfO, lit 10 o'clook
a m. A lull attendance of tlie mcir.licis
is earnestly icquested
Honolulu, Dee SI, 1H 141 It
PARTNER S J L L l NOT I CE.
MF.SSKS. FiTiIinaiul sseldcshiger anil
Mil. Li'jter are ntliuittcd s
partners in our Jlrm.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
Honolulu, Jim 1, 18MI. 441 lw
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
OB 30 DM
, Ms. 4l na a.
S 7 ml FOR If! SlflYK
OF SOME OF THE HANDSOMEST GOODS EVER SEEN IN HONOLULU. JUST
RECEIVED AND NOW OPENING AT THE
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LIMITED,
(Stu-j opsors lo Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Noll).
AmoiiK the many Kaiv and lU-auliful Ailicli's in GLASS and tyFOORATED WAKE, hid miiiio oxooodinly choice
JIINTON, WOllCESTEE, VIENNA, EACAEET, DHESDEN,
ADDEKLEV, SONNEN15EUO,- AUIIATI, LES GHAS, ETC., ETC.. ETC.
Decorated Dinner & Tea Sets, Eerry, Ice Cream, Salad,
Game, Punch, RAu&h, Fish, Toilet and Smoker's Sets,
IlISCriT JA15S, CHEESE DISHES, BONE l'LATES, CITS and SAUOL'ltS, TEA l'OTS, NUT DISHES,
HOSE JARS In DicmIch, Vienna, Terra Colt a and other wate.s. Klcgnut Decorated THIIRMGIA
JUGS. A few choice RISQUE FIGURES, CARD Sl'ANDS and TABLES In Wood, IMuMi, UraMnind
Onv.. A few very hamUoine
OUR GRAND SILVER (J1ET SALE
-wn.i. roMMKM r.-
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1889,
Dming tin i-alc every customer luiu'linning the amount ot '2.."0
woilh will iceehe a IriiiiLoinc
Piano k Banquet Lamps, ex Australia; Library, Boudoir & Hall Lamps, Lamp Shades & Globes
New and hciuilifnl in dot-inn and coloring. Vavcs, Flower Basket?, Folding Mirrors, Bronzes. A
huge and vaiicd ass-oitmont of
Glassware ! mtest piEKKs of- Picture Mouldings !
Maj-le, As1, ().;, 0ydi.eil, Gilt, Antique Silver,. Steel, White & Gold, Silver While, Burnt Ah,
English Oak, Oi singe Wood and other J'anolf.
Tokens; Alls; Motip; Pliotemre; Eapavinp; Oil Paintiis;
WINSOR & NEWTON'S OIL & WATER COLORS, BRUSHES,
PALETTES, OILS, VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
ETC. A full acportment of
Conic and examine
MR. A. I.. CRON lias this day re.
tired trom tint linn ot Hart & Co ,
the Elite Ice i.'icain Parlors and Camly
Factory. HART & CO.
Honolulu. )!- S8, ISSN. 'ltUHt
ON anil afmr the 1st day of January,
IP!)!), the Hawaii Commercial Co.
will cany on the meut btiines at the
stainl in die Fi'li Mai Let, lutoly ncmi.
pied by the flcnolulu Meat Co. All
onlere norivwl will lie nrowpily exe
cuted. Roth Telepboncs .No. 212.
Honolulu, H L, Dec. ai, ISS'.I.
j V. beg to inform the public that u
VV hae disposed of our market to
the Metropolitan Meat Company of
King street. Honolulu. Wholesale and
Retail Hiitchd-, as and from the lhst
iluyof January, 1300, on which day we
are to become members of that Coin
panv. All bill due to the Honolulu
Market will be collected by Altluir
White at the ofliee of David Dayton on
Kim: -ticct. who will leceipt for our
account. Thanking you lor the patron
age kindly cMeuded to us-, we beg to
iciiiaiu. Your--, etc.,
JOHN' H. PATV,
Piojirlctoi- of the Honolulu .Miuket.
-..-ii- .i..M 1 :il !!...! il .1.
lie anil examine our iMvi nuuu.-, aim yon win nun uu-in muiu
newer ind lower in juices than elsewheii'. It is our imallenible determina
tion to have no iecoui.se to mL-leading or uiiM-ejM'.enta(ion. Our adverti.-e-nient
ti illy lejire.ientsi the Ciooils wi ollVr loi sale.
Over 120 dois. of Ladies' Fine White Untrimmed Straw Hats.
g0 Look at our Hotel Stiret Window and sec the line dinjilny of
Silverware suitable for the Holiday-. Jgfij
The near ajijiioach of the holiday- and overstock of Goods make it impe
rative that we make the nio-t ladical and swccjiing changes in our pi ices,
and we feel fully justified in jmhlicly aeitiug that in the coming week our
jialioiiK can secuie advantages in
GOLD, SILVER & BRONZE PAINTS, PICTURE
And nuniherlebs other ai tides that will well icpay a isil of inspection.
JPaeifio Hardware Oo., (3'i),
DILLINGHAM, .IAS. G. SPENCER, F. L. WINTER,
& falS' MlUlE LrOOfiS,
Which have never heen equaled.
! OSSERY ! HOSIERY !
:U2do. Ladies' Balhriggan llose,silk clocked; A doz box. only $1.10 for the bo-.
Ladies' Coloicd Bordeicd H.iiidkcrcliiefs, good (iiiitlily ; 7." ctsa doz.
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XfflAS CARDS, AT COST,
3" Our Millinery is the finest line evhibitcd in thi- city.
jSfcWe will make reductions m all our dejmitmenls.
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Lending Millhievy Iloit.se.
Picsident. Munager & Secretary. Trcasuier.
FORT and MERCHANT STREETS.
Illli 1 E
1. TT. BAILEY. jMLamigrei-
TAHITI s LE
M O N A
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IU02J WATEB,
GlBEir Ale, Bob Mb, Sreuliio, Beatorrywle, SBTsasarilla, Mineral Waiers, Etc.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
nui'onr. Juno, c. ,i.
J'cimdav, Dec. .'Hit.
Ju re estate of Emma Kalelcona
lani, deceased. Third annual ac
count of the trustee Alex. J. Cart
wright to December !J1, 188'J, ex
amined, approved and allowed.
In ru estate of Eugene A. Zoetl.
deceased. Ordered that the account
of the executor, J. F. Hackfeld, lie
allowed and that amounts due lega
tees in Bavaria he paid to the Con
sul here of the German Empiie. F.
AI. Hatch tor executor.
ItUI'OUK litCKKItTO.V, .1.
Valdemur Knud&en vs. Board of
Education. Bill to have Royal
Patent No. .'ffl declared void. Heard
and decision reserved. A. S. Hart
well lor plaintilf; Deputy Attorncy
(Jcneral Peterson for defendant.
The htmr W O Hall brought 0,71!) bgs
susjiir, 'JO bgs awa, l-'l bg.s coffee, ,"u
liUlcs, 'J Iioises, and 'u jikgi .sundries.
Tin.1 Amejlcan bark Amy Turner,
Cipt .rnhii'.mi, will sail for Hongkong
uuxt year, probably on I'hur.eday, .Tumi.
rriie Ceylon ami tlie Robert Lcwerfc
will loud sugar fur San Frauclnco.
The i)tt'amcr Jas .Makee brought -J,I7"J
buSAiigar from Kauai this morning.
A LABOR AOKNOY for supplying
plantatious with laborers ami
othora with Btrvimts, has this day been
opuued at the otllce ot J. E. Brown &
Co.. Merchant street. Rcll Tela. 17V.
P. O, Box 480. Address caro of J K.
Brown & Co. N. 11. Japanese Labor a
upwlally. H JHRATA,
4'2'S lm Milliner,
VJOTlCi; is heioliy given t" all pur
.L nn- that on tlie Ituth day Decem
ber, b!), a meeting of I be -toekholdera
of the Hawaiian I'acilie Cable Co was
held at tho office of K. 0. Hall it hon,
l.iiniteil. Houoliilu. anil at saiil meeting
It was voted by fiijd stocKholilern to
accept a charter of Iiicorpoiation giaut
ei' to them miller the corporate name
and sivle ot ''Hawaiian I'lieillc Cable
l o '" November 10, lHt-!l, ami that tlie
corporation under ald cbaiter there
upon iiigjiileil Iheiii-elveh and eleeted
the following ollleern:
.1. .Slici'inaii ltiiitholoinewof Honolulu
Hon. Edg.ir Crow linker, M. P., ol
Vlcti.t la, 11. C Vice-President
E. O. White of Honolulu tfeeictar.i
Frank A. Dudley of Niagara Fall.-, N.
Win. W. Hall of Honolulu Auditor
Notice is further given that puiMiaut
to the lerins of said charter, ''.N'o stock
holder shall individually be liable for
the debts of the Corporation beyond the
amount which shall be due upon the
ilic shaic or .-li'ire held or owned b
hhm-elf." !:. O. WHITE.
411 lm hecietar..
MEETING liOTiCE !
TIIK midfrsigned having heen np
piiinted ngent for H .M Queen
Kapio'uii, notie'j is hereby given that
all lei.Hius by lca.fl or ot)icrwii', are
indiTi'il lo make all pnynient to me, wo
other receipt lu;iiijr valid. Otllce ai the
Piiluce liuiiaiilow. limns fiom !' A. M.
toll-, m. H. C. ULUICOC,
Ai !) if Agent for U. M. the Queen.
; UnrivaleQ Success
csy All cumnntnicntioiiH and orders should luo addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Oahu Kailwnv & Land Co.
CtOl'PONS No. 1, on llrsl moilgnye
bom s of the ii'iove company, will
be paid i n .January 2nd, IH'.IO, "at th
office ol the Troa-urn, in the Depot
M. P. ROBINSON',
H0 2t Treasiiirer.
A a EZB
Hub received another lot of
NEW -i- GOODS
IVr AUhtralia "
1ST Conic and see them. "hs&
i:sr.-t;i.isiii:i i ;::.
A me.ijng of all Legal Voters ol die
Yt h i aie in favor of the piinciples
Will be held fit the
TUESDAY EVENING, Dec. 31st,
AT 7 O'CMXJU.
For the purpoao of organizing a District
Club to Uku p'Ut in thccoiulng clectieu.
Per order of the
4!)'J lit OICNTRA I. COM.M ITTIvK.
tsr Store Opeu Eveiy EveuiB
Fort Street above King. l"i' '
For Xmas Only
I otltr lor the HOI.lI).VS ONLY, on
ucrouut of being overntoekcd,
ill at :to on.
si-117 ai Ria.no.
O lur Siioi in Proportion !
All Sizes in Stock !
Latest StyleB & Patterns !
finest Quality !
HEREWITH think-t hW numerous
pitroiiK lur tho gieat pationuge
recorded him during the jinst C'hiiatm ih
n:iion, and tollciting a cniitimmucu ol
thiJBiiuio lor thi' New Year't- hciiRon
I lomlse.s lo have leidy a bngei hloek
of Cllke) Mince Pic-i arid PiiKliietiol
the BiuiU! uiicxcelleil line ipialilien, the
si nie iib they were at Cllliotiua, ai d nt
the eainc lea-oiiiible juices. leu I'lcuni,
tliu purest and tielnut, borvud Irom oi.
eclaln lined caua, at $2 per whole gal.
1 li.n , i n udo of the Woodlawn D.liiy ceie
Lnti'll lert cie.MII,
I'ranlcal Coiifictiouur, Pusii.v t-'u k
iS: Oruamuiiter. Piopiinorot tliu
Pioneer bteiim Cinnly Faetoiy,
i Bakeiy and the uio.,i pleasant
I co Oieiim Parlors in Honolulu.
! Hotel, between Foit and N'Miiuiu
74"fa BOTH T ELIiPHONES IST74
Mutual Telephone (Jo.
rMlKiicw liht o' bidl-cilbcia for.Iili).
il'irv, 18!'0, In lag about to lie
itsned, any chunges or nltutatimm
bhouhl be iciaiilcirnt oive
Jio :!i pinrv
A I.I, pi IVIIU (11 0
IIOIII V'DillL' III!
VELVET and TAPESTRY,
Door & Sofa Mats & His,
Best Qualities. FANCY
Sheep, Goat & Wolf Skin Rugs,
Etc., F.lc, Kte ,
PESPECTFULLY beg to be
lj Kindly e.ciiHed by all tlion inany
whom ho could not lurnii-h with lee
Ci earn these lust two day., not liavinj;
been able to procure sufficient sweit
cream from the Voodliiwn Dally.
B&y" 'i'ho moBt comfortable Ice Cream
Parlors in Honolulu.
1W lw F. HORN.
hereby foi bidden
lo tliu under. nam-
tinned laieln lm I In; pmpo-l ol hiiotiilg
ImiiIh iiiul Kiiuie 'I he IuiiiIb arc the
Ahupiiansot Ka'uulki, Aloicialu.i, lift.
lawn, Aien, ami a pii' ol Kidman', thcc
' .t"i d from ill- inouiiiuitirt to ilit-t.cn,
liouii''niy cnniiiii'iieiiig two ni'liM from
Ho mini i and c dint; nine. The Gov
eminent t"d run Ihrouuh tin ,u IiukIh
and lu niohl pint h sixty ltd wide.
Uwnen ol dm;'! n fo bernby no iileil that
Hfiid aiiimnU urn liable to be poUoucil,
,lioitld thiy wntidiT oil' mi Id ro.ut. All
ahiiodng iirivtleges that luive bfeu
gruntid lietetolure are now annulled.
.1. I, DOWSKTT.
Honolulu, Dec. it), lbbti, l'J7 2v
Ladies & G-entlemen's
AT CiRFATLY RFDl'CFD PRICES DIKING THE HOLIDAYS.
L. B. KERR,
17 Queen Micel,
npilK ailjourneil annual meeting of the
X hockholder of tho Walanae Co.
will bo held on MONDAY, .lanuaiy 0,
1MI0, at 11 a. in., at the ollice ot 11. A.
Wideniann. 0.0. BKRfiKR,
lill Id ( Sccielaty.
The Lessees of Lots
hlll'ATI. IN nit:
Are hereby notified lint tho Association
i.i prepared to
Grant a Renewal of their Lease for
80 Yeara from date,
Upon ptcFoitaliou of piopcr tide dcr-da
and thu payment ol a iiomi-
f-'y'Applioutioiis to be made to W. SI.
11) FFAHI), Secretary.
President Kaplohmi I'm); Asn'n.
lliiliolillu, l)cc.s7, 188'. -IS!) Ijn
Also, ii New Invoice of Lul's Extracts in 2 oz, Bottles:
VEItVEINE, YLANd YLANG,
CAalELIA, JOCICEY CLUB,
(JAUI)ENIA, ETC., ETC.
ALSO A ClIOK'i: ASSOUTJIBNT OF
osneirs PBrmmBsm ua
m k w
t3r I?our'K HonpM
weeks. 131 2vy
All Watohus will bo sold way down low during thq next two
Coiner Fort it Merchant Slrccts.