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those paying Wati-r Hates,, aichueby
notified tlmt the liuiiii for using
water for irrigating purposcxaro from
0 to S o'clock a. m., anil I tut! o'clock
Ohas. li. WILSON,
Snpt. Ilium. NVatc-i Works,
A uproved :
Miniti'i ut tin' lulciinr.
'A" -li IS
Pledtrtd to ntit&er Sett nor J-Sirty,
Bui established for the bum fit .i".
WEDNESDAY, SKIT. 10, 1800.
The incendiary talk of Represent
ative 11. W. Wilcox in the Legisla
ture yesterday afternoon and at the
ma's meeting last night is no credit,
to a legislator or to anyone else.
Such talk is freedom ot speech
degenerated into revolting license.
The select committee on police
items have come to the conclusion
that the time has armed for an in
crease in the number and pay of
police.. Just so. It is an elHcient
police force that is needed, and not
a useless, or what may be worse
than useless, military force. Let
the money proposed to be lavished
on the military lie devoted to the
improvement of the police, and the
country w ill get some benefit trom it.
The bill before the lloue "to
regulate the licensing of lodging
houses," etc., specifics conditions
on which licenses are to be grantpd.
Mostly the conditions are quite pro
per, but the one which states that a
curtain class of character shall not
be "suffered to enter therein" re
quires sonic kind of a change, for it
is impracticable as it is. How is a
lodging house keeper to know the
private character of a lodger whose
conduct is proper while in the lodg
The Honolulu Killes were, dis
banded because that course was con
sidered conducive to "the peace and
safety of the country." Not only
was this the view entertained by a
large proportion of the Legislature,
but it met with liberal endorsement
on the outside. Now a member of
the House, Mr. IJ. W. Wilcox, who
assisted in the disbandment, en
deavors to cieate another military
force. Does he suppose that his
creation would be conducive to
"peace and safety?" The country
Ins already had enough military
indeed, a trille too much for its
own good; and there is undoubtedly
sulllcient sense in the Legislature to
prevent the proposed absurdity be
Emiott Iiui.i.r.TiN :
It is evident that the number of
burglaries is on the increase, and
nothing has been accomplished by
ihe Police Department in tracing
The offenders. Patrolling the city
by mounted police seems an absurd
way to catch thieves. It is time
that something was done b' citizens
to protect their homes and property.
A MATTER OF NAMES.
A correspondent, who says he is
a stranger in this country and is de
diousof'learning all ho can, wonders
why Anyone 1'crry went from Oahu
College to Vale '' Academy. "
" Anione l'erry went to Vale Uni
versity, entering the classical, or
lie passed his examinations iu all
ihe studies he pursued heie with
Tuos. L. Gulick,
Ouhti College l'res. pro tem.
MR. JOHN DILLUM.
.Loudon, July M.- The llov. Dr.
O'Dwyer, Roman Catholic Bishop
of Limerick, has replied to an attack
made upon him by Mr. John Dillon
iu iho House of Commons. He says
that Mr. Dillon obtained his release
from prison by a miserable whine
on the plea of ill health, and that on
hia releaso lie sneaked away to the
antipodes, where he remained until
the storm' raised by his conduct hod
London, July 17. Tho Limerick
Hoard of Guardians have passed a
vote" of censure on the Bev. Dr.
"O'Dwyer, Bishop of Liraeriok, for
Jbiu NtrioturcB on Mr. J. Dillon.
A GOLD BURGLAR.
A manjhroko into the house of
Rev. A.rMni:kintosh lust night, and
entered the room of a young Indy
staying lliure. lit' hiul a lantern
burning, which lit' deposited on a
chnii in tin room, ami then com
tneuced a search tor valuable, lit
obtained two gold bracelets, u brooch
and a pnre containing money. The
young lady weanied for help, and
thi! burglar seized her bv the throat
twice, but becoming alarmed from
some cause ucuiiueu uown siatrs
and escaped The young ludy says
the man was dressed ssb Chinaraari,
but thinks he wa a white nmn
DEATH OF SISTER MARTHA.
Miutlm, one of the Franciscan
Sisters in charge of the lfapiolani
Home lor children, died this morn
ing, troiii consumption. Sister
Maltha has been at the home since
its inauguration, and was a ni(t de
voted and self-sacrificing worker
ntnoii" its inmates. Her kindly na
ture and exemplary Christian life
had endi-ared her to nil among whom
she had been wnrkine so lony.
The funeral will take place at the
Cathedral to-morrow morning at a
o'clock, at which time high ponli
ticial mass will be celebrated by the
Bishop of Olba.
Mr. Autnne Vogel, while on a
business tour of Hawaii last week,
met with an accident which might
have resulted fatally had he not
been a good swimmer. Ue was on
his way to Kan via the Volcano from
Ililo aiid was travelling over the new
road, which at the point of the ncci
dent is submerged to a depth of
several feet. Not knowing that the
water was deep and supposiug it to
be only a mud and water hole he
urged his horse in and was soon be
youd his depth. The horse becom
ing frightened got unmanageable
and MiC Yogcl was obliged to swim
for his life. Abandoning his horse
he struck out for the shore and when
safely on terra finna began to look
around him. He discovered the
horse oiue distance off entangled
in the branches of a tree. He again
plunged in, and, swimming to where
the horse was, succeeded after con
siderable work in extricating him
and swimming with him to the shore
again. Mr. Vogcl's experience on
the new Volcano road has been such
that it will deter him from travelling
that way again, especially in wet
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7 :30.
Services at Central Union Church,
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of I'., at
Meeting Myrtle Boat Club, at
Meeting of Anon, Picnic Commit
tee, at 7:30.
Meeting Healani Boat Club, at
Monthly meeting Hook & Ladder
''piIE regular monthly meeting of the
JL .Myrile Boat Club will be held
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at 7:30
o'clock sharp, at the Club house. All
members aru requested to be present as
business of importance will come before
W. T. MONSAKRAT,
C5I It Secretary.
Union Ice Company
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of the Union Ice
Company held Friday, Sept. 5, 1890, the
following officers were elected for the
President Dr. J. S. MeOrew,
VIee-rresldcut S. M Damon.
Manager L.C. Abies,
Auditor If. M. Whitney, Jr.
DiKECTons Dr. J. S. McGrew,S. M.
Damon, L. O. Abies, J. H. Fisher, II.
M. Whitney, Jr., T. M. Hatch. J. II.
Paty. J. H. FISHER,
Honolulu, Sept. S, 1800. C51 2w
AT a bargain, a Horso, Top Brake,
IliirncEa. complete aud in good
oider, with two rugs, whip and lamps.
Tho Horse will drive In single or double
harness aud Is also broken to saddle.
Apply at this otUce. C4S tf
A BISHOP & Co.'s Saving Bank
Book. The ilnder will please
leturn to McLean Bros., Nuuanu street,
and receive reward. 649 tf
Straw Hat Sale
FOB, 2 WEEKS !
Look in FortSircct Window
columus. purely lucnl inaitei
to foreign countries. (! nor
UsAiLtf BULLKTJ33 :
Sin V. J. V. IUvkes. Bart.. Chub limn,
Director of Loudon Joint Stock.
C. A. Pi'.escott, Eq., Den. Chntiman,
(Of Me3H 1'ieseott, Cave, fiuvton,
Lode fc Co.)
Hr.iuicttT Biiooks, Eu,.
Director of the Hank of I2nglaud).
J. V. Oinr.u:, Km,
, Director of the Bant, of England).
V. o. i rims. Kq.
(Director of the London A Hansi-atie
B. B Ourr.sc. K-q.
(Director of the Bank of England).
K. Gnr:i.NK. Eq.
(of Mest-. Bivth. (Ireenu, .louidaln
.1. O. Hanson, Esq.
(Uiicctoror tiie .National rroviueiiu
Bank of England).
It It. Waiie, foq.
I Director of the National Prailncla)
Bank ot England).
O. P. llAONKO, Eq.
E. F . Noi:l, Eq.
P. A. Walker, Esq.
Sm. J. Pitkin, Secretary of the Com
pany mid Manager of the Vile Depart
ment. fftjy-llsivinif been appointed Aar.NlS
of the alnno Conqvniy, we aie now
ready to effect Iuiirancc-nt lowest rates
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Honolulu, Aug. 1, 1S90. 017 St
IVid. G. Irwin & (Tonpany,
rwKi:n roi: su,i:
l-.iio. V Cemont,
TARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
.BUCK & OHIjAATJT'JJ
High Grade Chsmlcal Cane Minnre.
Fulrbank Cunning Co.'b Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
P. AND B.
PATENT IDEAL B00F11,
And SHEATHIHG PAPERS.
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.,
Win, G, IRWIN & COMPANY,
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
No. 2 P. & B. Painl Is especially adapt
ed for bridge work (wood or Iron) and
smokestacks, anil has been used for
these purposes at Paaiihau for the past
four years, giving great satisfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for auv wood or timber used under
ground or suimiorged, being a protec
tion against all mnriiie parasites or
water, also lor foundation limners.
Ideal Rool Paint. Colors: Red, Brown
and Black Is tho best in the market
for iron, tin or shingle roofs.
P. & B. Electrical Compound, 'lids ar
ticle for affording perfect Insulation Is
without an equal and has obtained re
cognition by the largest electric light
companies and mantiiacluier of insu
Ideal Roofllng & Siding. Colors: Brown
or Black. Adapted for steep or flat
roofs. Can bo laid by anyoue without
tSy All the abovn article nrfl iihjo
liilcly tasteless and oderless aud con
tain no coal tar.
Car For circular? or oihor informa
tion apply to the geuts. Mi U
m a uo
HOltOLULtJ, fla IM SEHTBMBBK 10. 18i;U.
9 n 75 ikh
inuPinujBf 1 :n
lBKnnaimSt., Honolulu, H. 1.
Bole AgbuU In the tkwnlliui llr,J.i fur
'Old Maor.olij" J "0. P. 1."
fine Bourbon tVlii.klr,
Lichm&n ( licobt'a
Celebrated California Winci.
ilia, &Uj !i UA, R fait Ike of tts eUUHt
We have foi
sale a uperlor ariiole
Manufactured by Schmidt Jb Co.,
Stockton, Cahi. It Is the most,
wholesome and delicious tonic mid
beverage of the iige.
JOT Ordeifi from the other Mauds
promptly attended to anil goods cure
tully packed for shipment, ttiia Sin
Will stand for a short time -u
Greentleld Stables, Kaplolaul Park.
Duke Spi:nci:ti Is a dark hay. 1 years
old; suinils lrV. buuils hlt;h; "l.lni'l nud
By Duke of Korfoli.
1st dam Lou Spencer bv Norfolk
2nd dam Ballerina.. .by imp. Balrowuie
3rd dam Hennle Farrow
by imp. Shamrock
fill diun Idn by hup, Balshazar
Mh dam Maihuo Bosley (Gamma's
Dam) I by hlr KIclmrd
flth dam Nancy Nlchol. . .by imp. Eagle
7th dam Bet. Bosley
by Wilkes' Wonder
8th dam by Chanticleer
0th dam bv Imp. Steillus
10th dam by Plodius
11th dam by Imp. SHvereye
12th dam by imp. Jolly Roger
13th dam by Imp. Partner
14th dam by Imp. Monkey
Kith dam imp. mare from the stud of
Harrison, of Brandon
CST Best of care taken with animals,
la cise. of accident no responsibility
will he assumed.
W. H. RICKAKD,
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
A-ttoniey -at- Law
Honolulu, H. I.
Oillec over Bhhop's Bank. 01C tf
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY,
PIANO, ORGAN and SINGING.
Eagle nousc. Niiunnu Avenue.
A. R. Rowat, Veterinary Sargeon,
Graduate JlcGIU Oollcc, Mont
Residence: Hotel street, oppoilte
Olllee: At the Hawaiian Hotel Sta
bles. J" O?elplione ISo. :iSS -a
K. B. First-class acommodatlons for
pntleuts at tho Hawaiian Hotel StableB.
I LI.CSTUATF.il Willi
Numerous laps and Sketches,
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
fl'JO flw !) Merehant St., Honolulu.
Estimates Given on Brick, Iron, Stono &
Wouden Buildings. Jobbing
i:i:i:rs ron sale
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiles CxG red, whlto and blue-,
Mlnton, I'lastlu and Kncausilc Tiles in
various patterns, all kluds of Drainago
iQJf- Okkiok Southeast oorner Ala
kca and Queen sticou.
Mutual -tteTELEPII0NESj$rBell 351
Cash Assets, :
et& For full particulars npply to
1 , ClA
1P 1 '3- Si i3 m a- n n m B
,,,,:,, itas Hiuiyi
Our Entire Stoelc :t ;t Sacrifice ! Not tt SihtImI Kctfuction, lu a Clean Sweep In
Every Department !
AflftinE Mew Facts to Those Alrcafly Knowa ! Tim Great Mill GeM Mil !
We Will Sell Commencing This Day
22 yds of the best Calico, medium daik colors, for $1. 10 yds of good quality Gingham, for $1. Ladies' Diamond
Dye Black Hose, only fiO cts per pair. We guarantee them absolutely lust black and Htiiinleux, size fiom 8 to 10.
Wo have a few more Box Suits on hand, which we are selling out at cicl. Great runs on C'oimjIh, which we aie
selling at GO cts each, they are ood value for .fl. Gouts' Fine White Shhls, linen bosom and cull's, 00 els Grata'
Fine Silk Ties, only 26 cts each. Just received a line lino of Children's Dies.sos, Misses' Dreyvp, Clocks and Ladies'
Ulsters. Step in our store and price our I.adict.', .Mis.-es' .t Children's Trimmed and Untrininieil Hats.
Commencing Js.Vl UK1A , August 'Jtu,
aiiraei iniiiiciiuuu aiieniion. c
heic, and have resolved, that our pi
on the Goods to suit YOU and not US
and you will think so too.
21 doz of Ladies' Chemises, at, 25c.
Fine White Victoria Lawn, at 75c
White Linen, cold, bord, Napkins
Fringed, 'I for 25c
200 Pieces of all Sill: Neck Rib
bons, all good colors, 0 yards for 25c.
Best quality of Mc-quito Netting,
00 inches wide and 10 yards long, foi
$2 l'u per piece.
India Silks, immense assortment,
reduced two 05c. These arc all new
goods and no two patterns alike.
gjSJNocessity knows no law, and our necessity cuts prices. Cost has no control over what necessity demands
While wo during this sale sacrifice our profits, this sacrifice gives us a reputation for low prices absolutcly,necetsary
on which to build the great business we are after in the near future.
JIF"Oui Millinery Department, will be a great attrnction next Monday; it will be a rare chance, The entire
stock of Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, all maikcd in plain figures, already much lower than elsewhere at a reduc
tion of 3SJ percent. That is a $3 Hat costs you $2, a $9 Hat costs you only $6, a $15.00 Hat only cosl you $10.00'
and so on.
g0 Above mentioned prices we guirantee for 30 days only, and all goods sold for cash.
ggTA complete stock of White, Cream Figured Mulls, Fancy FiRiircd Cambrics, Sateens, Ginghams. Boy's Suits
from $-1.00 up to $22.00. Be sure and bo on hand in timet. Dressmaking Department on the premises.
The Leading iiSSiiiery House of 0. J. FislieS,
G27 CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS nm
mil i Mwyww WWjiwi ! www i i IMim ' i n I
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPABJLLA & IRON WATER,
dpr Ale, Em Ale, Mini, EasiteyailB, Sarsaiierl, Mineral Wilw, Etc.
I All coimmuiicntionH amd orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
The Magnificent S. S.
W. M. SMITH, Commander.
Will sail for the above ports on or about
September lllli. .
IfiyFor freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD &. Co,,
CIC fit Agents.
Pacific Mail Steamship Gomp'y.
For San Francisco.
The Fine New H. S.
Will call at this port enrouto from China
and Japan, and will sail for the
above ports on or about
Bf For freight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
018 CtwAs Agents.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the Annual ineeiln? of the stock
holders of the Olowalu Co. held
on August 27, 1890, the following gen
tlemen were duly elected to servo as
olllceis for the cunning year:
Win. O. Irwin President,
F. W. Maefarlane. .Vice-President,
W. Jl . Glffnrd TrcaMiier,
C .Bosse. . . . . .Hccretary & A udlmr.
018 Iw Heciouiry.
ISSUED 11Y THE
: : : :
SO DAYS Si $3? SO
it . ,n
Mffl ! W Jfk Hf.B .tH
ks rs. m i r-i j
est; Aji'niiisf, IJiyjli
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our entno Mod: o) Seasonable Goods will be offeinl at. priccH tliat must
more room to pioperly display our
stock MUST GO. Cost has not been
o aro bound to keep trade lively.
GS doz of Ladies' Silk Mitts, in
cream, white, black and cardinal, at
25c pair; worth 75c and $1.00 else
where. Black Goods, no use to quote prices,
variety too large. Have been selling
cheap, but present stock will go for
a mere song. New Goods in this de
partment suffer also this week.
Ladies' Cold. Boid. Handkerchief,
oc each, nice patterns.
Ladies' Unbleached Balbriggan
nose, silk clocked, only 2Uc pair.
Without a Rival
One-third the Price of the
TAHITI ; LEMONADE,
A Saving of 33 1'or Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best, g
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
The following Fine Animals will
stand for service at the rauch, Walalae:
Two Native Stallions
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
Agent, for the Hawaiian Islands.
European purchase now on the way
considered. Prices have been marked
Visit our establishment, uotc the price
Persian Mulls, new patterns, 6 yds
for $1 00.
Extra good quality of White Bed
spreads, only $1.10 each.
Linen Table Covers, 56x55, assorted
Turkeyrcd Table Cover, all liuen
extra size, $1.35.
Fine assortment of ladies' Silk
Handkerchief, new shades, 3 for $1.00,
former price 75c, but we are over
stocked and go they must.
Ladies' Small Size but, extra good
quality, 3 for 50c.
in Price & Quality !
Housekeeper Should Use It I
HENRY DAVBS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
All Horses Kept
KOli BALK :
Stallions of various breed-).
Mares with or without foal.
Horbes for any purpose.
A Skilful Breaker and Traluer is cm
p'oyed on the ranch.
865T Satisfaction Is guaranteed in
breaking aud traiulng horses.
PAUL R. ISENBERC,