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Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 181)1.
Holders of wnlor piivilegeB, or thoe
pujing water mien, uro heu-by noti
fied thnt the hours tor using water for
irrigation purposes are fioin (i to 8
o'clock a. m and -1 In ( o'clock i M.
until fmther notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Bunt. Honolulu .Uei Works.
0. N. Sl'ENCKH,
Minister of the Intciior.
Honolulu, H . 1., Jan. 28, 1892.
All Special Connnibsions issued
from this Department bearing date
piior to April 1, 185)1, iro hereby can
celled, and the holders are lequested
to leluin thein innncdiately to this
ollice. C1IAS. H.WILSON,
Marshal of the Kingdom.
W. Austin Whiting,
ll 1ms pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint the
HONOKAHLE HERMANN A.
To bo Minister of Finance, v'ce Hon
' oiable John Mott Smith, resigned.
Iol.uii Palace, Jan. 28, 185)2.
Pleitted to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, FEB. , 1892.
AFTER THE BATTLE.
If the elections on the other is
lands prove to have resulted no more
unsatisfactorily than on the island of
Oaliu, the party of Constituiional
disturbance will be in a safe minority
in the coming Legislature. Upon the
distinct pledge of its candidates to
oppose a constitutional convention,
the National Reform party has elect
ed all of the five Nobles required to
fill the island's complement. Besides
these, two out of the eight Repiesen
tatives arc pronounced opponents of
the Liberal party's policy of unset
tling the foundations of our Gov
ernment. There arc three Nobles
on the right side and one on
the wrong, holding over from
the election of 1890. Thus Oaliu
stands in the Legislature 10 to 7
votes in favor of constitutional in
tegrity and of measures for improv
ing our commercial relations with the
United States. It is timti enough to
state the position of the other islands
when the returns are received, but
the prospects arc good that the patty
of disturbance will be safely over
matched in numbers.
There are more circumstances of
the contest on this island than can be
adequately treated in the space at
disposal in this issue. A few signifi
cant features of the campaign, as il
lustrated by the leturns, must, how
ever, be set forth while fresh no mat
ter how brietly. The average vote
for the five National Reform candi
dates for Nobles was 783, and that
for the five Liberals 558, leaving an
average majority of 225 for the whole
National Reform ticket. The average
vote for the three six-year National
Reform candidates was 753, and that
for the corresponding Liberals 555,
leaving an aver.ige majority of 198.
This is 27 less than the average ma
jority of the whole ticket. Mr. Henry
Waterhousc, the only Independent
who ranserioiibly, received 3G9 votes ;
Mr. Kaaukai, Sons of Hawaii, 180,
and Mr. Emuiclulh, who had public
ly withdrawn too late to keep his
name off the ballot, 35 a total scat
tering voto of 53i.
These majorities are quite sub
stantial. The contest was not so
close as many feared. Consequently
tho headstrong and presumptuous
candidature of Mr. Henry Water
house for the six-year term did not
come near being dnngeious to tho
cause that every right-thinking citi
zen desired should succeed. He
diew a. score more votes than the
National Reformers' most liberar
estimate gave him, It is true, but he
polled 331 votes Jess thai) he boasted
he would. Mr. Neumann, against
whom ho was pitted by the Adver
tiser, left him in an inglorious minor
ity of 339. "What a fall was (here,
my countrymen 1" Mr. Waterhouso
has been wonderfully helped into
obedience to the injunction of the
ancient philosopher, "Man, know
- ' - '
. Notwithstanding that the event litis
agreeably disappointed apprehensions
of evil, tho result shows tho sound
ness of the Bum.utin's opposition to
the candidature of Mr. Waterhousc.
Had the election been anywhere near
as closo as many people feared, Mr.
Watcihouso would have defeated not
only Mr. Neumann, but all of the
tlnee six-year candidates on the con
stitutional side. lie polled an aver
age ot Via voles agamsi eacn oi
them, while Mr. Neumann only fell
45 votes short of their average.
Therefore, jusl as this paper predict
ed, he hurt the ticket all round, and
got humiliation for himself as his
It is folly to say now, as Mr.
Waterhousc claimed in advance
would be the case, that any consider
able proportion of his vote was drawn
fioin tho Liberals. Ho drew little
or nothing from that source The
variations in "scratching" one Na
tional Refonn candidate and another,
in different precincts, showed whence
Mr. Waterhouse drew his 3G9 votes.
Mr. Henry Waterhousc ought to
thank the excellent organization and
woik of the National Reform party
for the fact that his personal humili
ation to-day is not aggravated by
the awful lesponsibility of having
wrecked tho prospects of peace,
good government and piosperity
for Hawaii Nei, by his ill-advised
intrusion without oiganUed sup
port, without declared principles,
against the published advice of his
best friends, against every dictate of
prudence and common-sense into a
campaign between two well-organized
parties, with grand issues thoroughly
A woid of censure on the Sons of
Hawaii an estimable body in its
way is due in connection with the
campaign. It also bounced into the
field without counting the cost, and
with no special organization, throw
ing out a scratched ticket to con
found the chances. The liability of
its doing mischief with its composite
ticket, in the case of a closo election,
was the came as existed with regard
to the Independent "circus." Pro
bably this was the reason its action
at first received the approval of the
Advertiser. It did not elect a single
candidate exclusively its own, while
its special Noble aspirant was at the
foot of the poll among all real candi
dates. Had tilings gone otherwise
than they did, Mr. Kaaukai and the
Sons of Hawaii would have been
companions in remorse of Mr. 'Water
house. And the Pacific Commercial Ad
vertiser! Poor, shilly-shallying,
shifting Advertiser! Its nature on
this occasion more than its middle
name has been suggestive of being
in the maiket for a mock auction, if
not a real one, of its support to the
highest bidder. It compared the
Liberal ticket favorably with the.
National Reform, then endoised the
Sons of Hawaii's ticket, next issued
the Adveitiser ticket, only to strangle
it next morning, and again produced
another one these shulllas be
ing accompanied by indescrib
able variations of temper and
tune. The Advertiser was still
changing the very morning of
the election, when it pulled down
Phillips from the Road Board and
substituted von Holt. And if by
any means the election had been
postponed till next February, in all
piobability the Advertiser would
diurnally give another turn to its
political kaleidoscope. Let the P.
C. A. rest in the contemplation of a
great constitutional triumph which it
did its little best to prevent.
Tramway 0)cial Snioking's not
allowed in this car, sjr. You'll have
Mr. McFinigan I'm not schmok
Tramway OJlcial But you have
your pipe in your mouth, ir.
Mr. Finigan Yisj an' I bay' me
fut in me boot, but I'm not wulkiii.
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. R. L. St. John of Howland,
l'utimin county, Missouri, takes es
pecial pleasute in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be
cause he knows it to be reliable. lie
lias tibed it in his practice for several
years, and saj's there is none better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and cure for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
The strike of the cabmen in Ropjc
has become general.
J)i:i.ioioi;h cotleo and chocolate will
ho Kiivi'd every morning ciuly at the
I'ahico leu Ctcam Pallors, Ludwigsen,
& Oion, Hotel utrcei. 221 if
Get your boots anJ shoes made
and icpairul by the .old Wajliiku
bhoemuker, L. Toeiinies, tm Ea-,1
Hotel street. Fiist-class wojk, low
When you want, a I'ortrait
Enlarged c.ill on Kin Bros.,
got their pi ice list and hco
Baiuplea. They cau't be beat.
February 3d was ft very cold day,
It took all tho perfumo from out of
my lei. , Mailk.
Teach mo to feci tho native's woe,
To fool tho l'oitugoo,
Tho nu'icy 1 lb others xlmw
Tho ballot has hIiowu to mo.
My naincsako Oharlio was long sinco
And now I'm nipped by a sudden
A National Bank I Wasn't I an ass!
The very tiisl Hill I couldn't passt
"I mil a mechanic" "have lived here
So has John Etui hence these tears.
On racing horses I turned my back
And trained myself for tho Liberal
I'ut on tho whip and tried to win it,
But against Peterson 1 wasn't in it.
Wo boomed our Henry, dear Paul to
But seven hundred and eight voles
wuio marked with an X.
Indiu'knuent 0 Party.
Hut Couioh Home to Itrcnlc tho J.iiwh.
August Herring, a youth who has
been educated abroad at the expense
of the Government, seems to be an
other Wilcox. Herring was arrested
yesterday for carrying a deadly
weapon, viz., a pistol. At the Police
Station two charges weic enteied
against him, carrying a deadly
weapon, and intending to commit
violence on A. V. Peters. In the Po
lice Couit this morning defendant
pleaded guilty to the first chaigc and
was fined 10. Mr. Peters, on the
charge of violence, made a state
ment exonerating Heriing and the
latter was discharged. V. V. Ash
ford appeared for Honing. It is
singular that Government proteges
who have returned fioin abioad have
a mania for handling firearms.
DEATH BY DROWNING.
A Chinese peddler met with his
dcatli by drowning Wednesday morn
ing, in the stream near Smith's
bridge. The Chinaman was cross
ing the bridge and when near the
middle a gust of wind blew his hat
off into the water. Native 3'oung
slers near by offered to get the hat
for "two bits," but the Chinaman
refused the offer. He clambered
down the embankment and tried to
recover his headcover. While so
doing lie overbalanced himself, missed
his footing and slid into the water.
Ho sti ugglcd and kicked for a few
seconds, but being unable to swim
he was drowned. His bodj- was re
covered later and taken to the Sta
CONJUNCTION OF PLANETS.
Don't forget the conjunction of Ju
piter and Venus to-morrow (Friday)
night. It will be a brilliant affair,
if the weather permit, showing to the
best advantage from G:30 to 7 p. m.
in the western sky. The planets, Ve
nus being the brighter of the two, will
bo about 12 minutes of arc apart, or
about four-lcntlis of the moon's dia
meter. Jupiter shows the larger
disk through the telescope. Now do
not forget this little matter.
C. J. Ltons.
Dr. McLennan, tho well-known
specialist of San Fiancisco, Gal., le
eenlly arrived here with his family,
lias opened oHicus at No. 31 Richards
street, opposite tho Royal Palace.
The Doctor him had fifteen years of
unpieeedented success at the Bay
City, hiving among his patients
many of our leading citizens to whom
ho can now refer. .
Tho Doctor's specialty is the treat
ment of all uhronie, dillicull and lin
gering disease, and he invites till so
alllicled to visit him. Refers by per
mission to Mr. J. T. Waterhouse, Sr.
Medical and surgical electiieity a
specialty. 3'J1 lm
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
Nnv (aouilH .lust 10 Iluud.
Slack & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wmes, Decanters,
Jpgs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
A FAVORITE REMEDY.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is a
favorite during the winter months 011
account of its gieat success in the
cure of colds. There is nothing thai
will loosen a severe cold so quickly,
ay us promptly relieve the lungs.
Thou jt counteracts any tendency to
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and
safe to tuko, ai)d fully worthy of its
populuiily. Kor sale by all dealers.
Hctison, .Smith & Co., agents.
A Fine Weber Piano For Sale !
Ill AVK for fide a Fine Square Weber
Piano, a splendid huUiupient in
good condition. ' '
330 Iw JAS. F, MORGAN.
JO B W OR K of "11 Muds "executed
with neatness at the Dully Dullelin,
IIil becomo a word dear to tile hoartB
ot mothers. Tho "fti.pah" Valvo
Nipplo Is inailo of pure gittu, will not
collapse and provolits much colic bo
catiso they admit air into tho bottle iib
the milk is drawn out, thus piovout
ing a vacuum being formed. Give tho
liahy u chance to express his opinion.
You'll very soon find out whether the
" Mirpuli" is a success or not.
Wo have an assoitnientof Davidson
and Goodyear Nipples, also Rubber
Rattles and Teething Rings, and Nur
sery lcqttisilcs in. general.
Every household should have a Hot
Water Bag. Wo have some now ones
and If used with ordinary caro will
last for years. Invalid Cushions can
bo used as "life preservers" on land
as well as sea. Ours aro for homo
service, and aro tho best in every way.
Rubber tubing from the diameter of
-inch to tho size of garden hose,
which wc sell by tho foot or yard.
We've lots of other rubber goods,
and our Drug Store, you know, is tho
best plaeo to buy them.
HOBRON, N6WMAN & CO.
FOR SALE J
rIMlESK Lots, varying from onc-haU
i to seven-tenths of an acre, aio tul-vant-iguously
situated, lieing jiwt beyond
the Park, and lying between the Dia
mond Head mad and the sea. Govern
ment water is laid on along the front of
these Lots on thf road- The beach Is of
soft white sand, and the leef is famous
for delicious fish of vaiiou kinds, which
Of the ten oilglnal Lots Nos. 1 and 2
have been sold and 0 and 10 are test i veil
by the owner, Mr. S. I!. Dole The
other six Lots ate offered for sale at the
upset pi ice of SSOO apiece. When hlils
have been iccclvcd for thrco or nioio
Lots an auction sale will he held. Lot !(
has been bid for, leaving live Lots un
appi of Hated.
The title is fee simple, and terms aie
cash, or one-half cash and the balance
on inoilgago at 8 percent for one or two
years. Deeds at the expense of pur
chasers, fta? A chart of the Lots
is on exhlbl-
tiou at my salesroom.
gT These Lots are marked
corner stakes, giving the munbcis.
J iS. F. MORGAN,
Residence For Sale !
I have been instructed by Mr. M. Ilytnan
to dispose of 'his
Fine Residence on King St.
A-t, I'rlvalo Hallo.
B3P" Full paitieulars in regaid to piite
and leiius can be hud at my office. In
tending purchaseis wishing to inspict
the propel 13' can do so on application to
the undei signed.
3SG Iw JAS. I". MORGAN.
POUND NO I ICE.
-VrOXIOIi: is hereby
ide? IN the following
animals will bo sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, Feb. 20, 1892, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
1 Roan Horse, all legs white and shod,
white spot on foiohead, biauded "KB"
on left hind leg, and "j" on light hind
1 Bay Mare, white streak on forehead,
both light legs white, ull legs shod,
HjyOu'iiois of tho above animals must
send in tiiulr claims within 15 days,
otherwise they will be sold on the date
above named. I). ICAOAO,
Government Pound master.
Honolulu, Feb. 4, 1802. 330 2t
J. W. VINTi:it,S)l., DOS. W. 0.1V1M llll, MI)., DOS.
WINTER & WINTER,
Ollice Hotel St., opp. Y. M. C. A., ad-
joining the Honolulu Llbiary.
200 Kearny Bt., S. F.
LL Dcntill operations skilfully per
" foiiucd at Sun Francisco prices;
which aro 30 percent cheaper than Uoho
1 ill i pi Ices; and if not as good as tho
best Dentistry iu Honolulu no cliiuge
will bo made. You need not go to San
Francisco for your Oentlstry. Ourgieat
l eduction iu pi Ices the eltlens have de
manded, and we will supply the demand.
vi: n,vvi: 00111: to jckmain t
JSQy" Call and get pi ices and bavo your
money. We ictiun our thauKs to tho
elti.ens of Hawaii, Maul and Kauai for
their libuialputiouageuiid solicit u con
tlutiancu of the same.
Ol'l'lUE llOUltS; 7 A. M. to 0 1!, M.
vlitno of a Wilt of Kxecntlou
Issued out of the Police Com t on
the 22d day of .(aniuuy, A. l, 1802,
against 11. Akl, defendant, 111 favor of
J. Nott, plaintiff, for tho sum of 50,7G,
I have levied upon and shall exposu for
sulu at the Police Station, iu the DUtiict
of Honolulu, Island of Oaliu, at 12
o'clock upon, of WKDNKSDAY, tho
21th day of Febiuary, A, D. 1802, to the
highest bidder, all the tight, title and
huciost of the said II. AM, defendant,
In and to the following piopcity, unless
said judgment, Inteiest, costs and my
pxpenses no pieviousty pum.
List of piopeity for sale:
I'luinbpr's u'ud TiiB))th'i
For paitluiihus Inquire ut the Deputy
(Signed) 0. D. WILSON,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 18f2.
JiaJ 80t-0 3t
I HE OLDEST DAJLY u tho
X Khigdoiu-TJio Jly UubVl''
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THE MUTUAL LIFE
ItlCIIAKI) A. McCUJtDY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members sinco its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
t&" For full paiticiilars apply to
ft. JbS. 1SK,
1J1 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On FRIDAY, Fob. i5f.li,
AT 1 O'UIiOGIt A. 31.
At the residence of Mr. 7, IC. Myers,
Ucictanla sticct, I will ell at Public
The Entire Household Furniture
Wicker Easy Chairs.
11. V. Maihle-top Center Table,
Oak Kockcrs, 11. W. Secretary,
B, W, Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Hanging Lamps, Mattrasscs, Mos
Pino Uiiruiiu. Clieffoulcr,
B. W. Extension Dining Tablo,
Crockery & Glasswaio,
lee Chest, Meat Safe,
"Medallion" Stoye, Kitchen Utensil,
Garden Hoc, I.rvii Mower,
Feins & 1'iani-. Ew., Etc.
jtST" The lions will be open for in
xpci'tlou on Tliinnay, uom 10 a. in,
to 4 p. in.
On TUESDAY, Feb. lOUi,
,T 10 O'CLOCK . II.,
I will hell at Public Auction at tho
Iron Warehouse of G. V. Macf.irl.ine
& Co., Queen btieet, the following
IVistiaincd for non-payment of icnt,
fioin the preinibes of the Union Iron
1 10-inch Lathe with chuck, gear
wheels, belts, wrenches, study rest,
fall plate, holder, tinning and Uof
1 Emory Wheel with countershaft,
pulleys, hangers, belting, shifter rod
1 Brass Worker's Lathe with chuck,
blide rest, counter bliafts and pul
leys, h.inguit., belting, turning and
boring tools, two dogs, shifter rod,
wrenches, lathe centre, lay bcrews
and brass lever.
1 10-inch Lathe with countershaft and
pulloyn, hangers, chuck, faceplate,
wi ouches, study rest, socket wrench,
tool, poht, gear wheels, shifter 101I
1 G-inch Lathe with counter shaft,
study reht, gear wheelb and wrench
cc. 1 Drill 1'iet-K with bat-opiate, counter
frhaft with pulley, hhifter tod, belt
ing, eoiio, shaft, pulloy and tianie,
hid plate, handle and h.mgcrB.
1 18-inch Lathe, with chuck and
slide rest, two tail pieces, two
clampbwitli bolts, belting, wreuclies,
gear wheelb, bevel pinion, hangeib,
tool post, counter shaft witli cone
and pulleys, study rest, chuck, slide
rent, boring and tinning tools, two
lathe centies, one pipe centre, one
A'f t for cuttipg shafts
1 Milling Machine with two Imo
gens belting, shifter lod, counter
shaft and pulley, wrenches, oil
boxes, geai head. 4
1 Shapur witli two tables, bed plate,
countershaft and pulloy, thieo
hungers, two shifting rods, belting,
0110 central, one rod, one gear
wheel, tools, four bed plates.
1 Grinding Machine with coUntei
shaft, hanger and pulleys, bulling.
2 Gases Tool.
BJgT'AN above aro complete and in
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATURDAY, Ftl ttlli,
AT IK M'Ul.UUK XOOV,
At my Sulesioom, Queen sheet, I will
s'ell ut 1'ubjlo Auction,'
A Desirable Residence
On Youiik Sheet, at it'iu of icsl
dence of Hon. S. l'aikcr.
The Lot lias a frontage of 50 foot 011
Young stieet and Is 14(i feet deep. There
New Dwelling House
On the Lot containing 1'ailor, 3 lled
100111S, Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen,
etc. The gi omuls urn nicely planted
with Flowois and Shade Trees. Water
laid on thioimhout.
Hair For fut ther particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
MuHKi'H. King JJi'ifS' tiro
allowing a lino lino oi' ltum
boo and otlior stylo Parlor
EtisolH, Wall Brackets and
Window Cornices at. prices
to meet the times.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
PL A NT AllO N S U PPLI ES,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(Fioin 1 Gallon to 800 Uallons).
B6f AVe are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
N. S. SACHS,
1 04 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
The Popular Millinery House.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
li:t-U5 Fort Nret, Moitolaln, II. 1.
ARE NOW TUB
New and Fresh Lot Just Received from the
STYLUS OF ARCHITECTURES!
KaRtlakp, Queej) Anne, Iteualssanco, Gothic, Italian, Classic, Norman,
IN STONE, BRICK, IRON OR WpOO.
Best Modern Designs In Residences! Cheap Artistic Cottages a Specialty!
Complete plans uud specitications given; also superintendence of construction.
tpr OEFIIE-Chiltou. Block, cor, Kinp & Fort, Entrance on Fort St,
OF NEW YORK,
BSGents a Bottle,
GO Cents a Bottle,
.$-1.00 per Dozen,
$7.00 per Dozen.