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HP; DY AUTHORITY.
In accordanco with Section 1 of Chnptcr
XXVI. of tho Laws of 1881, nil persons
holding Water Privileges or those paying
Wntcr Kates, aro horcby notified thnt tho
Wirier Rates for tho term ending June 80,
1893, will bo duo and payablo at tho Ofllce
of tho Honolulu Water Works on tho l9t
day of January, 1803.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days nflor thoy aro duo will bo sub
ject to an additional 10 percent.
Rates aro payable at tho Oflice of the
Water Works in tho Kapuniwa Building.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
" Honolulu, H. 1.. Dec. 21, 1802.
JIU. ',. 1. KALOKUOKAMAILB has
this day been appointed Notary Public for
tho Third Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
G. N. WILCOX,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllce, December 10, 1802.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of Ml.
FRIDAY, DEO. 23, 1892.
A bill is boforo tho Houso to pro
vide for a tiro department in Hilo.
This is not boforo tho town is ripe
for the institution. Hilo is a wooden
town containing much vnluablo pro
perty. It has a goodly proportion
of stalwart young men, forming
firstrate matorial for a firo brigado.
Tho clang of tho goug when the
corps goes forth to drill will mako
Hilo go up sovoral degrees in muni
cipal fooling. Such local solf-gov-orning
institutions as firo companies,
reading room associations, etc., af
ford excellent preliminary training
for that independent civic existence
that will come ono clay to all the
towns of tho kingdom.
It is gratifying to seo that tho
United States is taking extraordinary
and timely precautious against a
visitation of cholera . next spring.
Protection to its owu coasts on tho
part of America means protection to
. these islands from that sido. So
long as cholera is kept away from
the United States there will bo no
need for any quarantine, with its
losses and vexations, against that
country. In tho meantime it is per
tinent to ask if our own authorities
have any definite plans in view for
internal preventive measures. There
is nothing more fully settled than
that cholera inaj' be almost defied
by thorough sanitation. Tho pesti
lence makes its stamping ground
chiefly in tho unclean quarters of
cities, but unless stamped out there
it makes inroads upon clean local
ities. In tho densely built and
populated poorer quarters of Brem
en cholera this year was only sup
pressed, inch by inch as it wore, by
most drastic and energetic measures,
at great expense, but before tho vic
tory was won thousands of lives had
been lost. Had thoro been fore
warning of its dreadful extent, tho
visitation might have been checked
boforo it gained any headway, and at
a comparatively small expense.
Civic as woll as individual cleanli
ness pays as a perpetual precaution
against all manner of diseases, but it
seems it requires tho approach and
too often tho actual presence of pes
tilence to convey this lesson. Hono
lulu would find thorough sanitation
woll worth its cost, apart from con
sideration of tho epidomics most
dreaded. If the Board of Health
has not tho power or the moans for
effecting a general cleansing of tho
town, now is tho time for it to say
what is lacking while tho Legislature
is in session. Thoro is no question
in our politics more important at
Potor High brought a civil suit for
$65 damages in tho Police Court on
Friday of last wook against tho Ving
Fat Company. Tho complaint al
leges that on Nov. 12 Oy Wing, sup
posed partner in tho firm, came to
him and asked him to figure on some
window framos. Ho asked $21, but
finally compromised on $20, defend
ant was to send sample in a week.
When tho wook expired, however, no
sample frames camo. Complainant
thorofor, asked $05 damages accord
ing to agreement. Ving Fat statod
that Oy Wing did not bolong to tho
firm and was not a partner.
His Honor hold that tho suit was
properly brought but that no proof
of such agreement had been given.
An appeal was noted.
Tho caso as it stands is a caution
against accoptiug evory Chinaman
for what he claims to bo.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to call and inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art and fancy
goods of all sorts. Storo open Satur
day evenings. Kino Bros.
DIIAWINO THE LINE.
Business Mon Protest Against tho
Hoir to a Quarter of a Million
Getting Olonr of His Debts.
Tho following potilion to Qhiof
.Tustico .ludd has boon filed in tho
Clerk's olllco of tho Supreme Court:
Wo tho undersigned merchants of
Honolulu respectfully bog to peti
tion your honorable Court, in tho
matter of tho application of V. H.
Aldrich, that ho bo not adjudged a
voluntary bankrupt, and in support
of our potition beg to sot forth tho
following reasons and facts in con
First That tho said W. H. Al
drich lias once boforo takou advan
tage of tho bankruptcy law of this
kingdom, to wit in tho yoar 1885, to
tho loss and detrimont of tho credi
tors. Second That the credit which ho
has since obtained is all of very re
cent date, and under specific pro
mises to pay as soon as tho largo in
heritance to which ho fell lioir, on
the demise of his lato faihor, becanio
available That such credit would
not have boon extended by your
petitioners to tho said W. H. Al
drich, wore his promises not made,
and accepted in good faith by your
petitioners, in the full and confident
Knowledge that his prospective in
come warranted such credit.
Third Your petitioners, in fur
ther support of their position, beg
to annex for j'our perusal a letter
addressed to one of tho undersigned
by A. A. Smith, the trusteo of tho
estate of W. A. Aldrich, tho father
of tho petitioner in bankruptcy V.
II. Aldrich, whoroin it is statod that
ho would bo in a position to pay alJ
of his just dobts.
Fourth Your petitioners have rea
son to boliovo, from reliable sources
of information, that tho said W. H.
Aldrich will como into tho enjoy
ment of tho first instalment of his
interest in an estato probated at San
Francisco, Cala., of ono million dol
lars, divided equally between tho
four children, tho solo doviseos of
the lato W. A. Aldrich, somowhoro
in or during tho month of February,
Fifth and lastly Your petitioners,
having full confidence in tho wisdom
and equity of your honorable Court,
appeal against tho law in bank
ruptcy of this kingdom being avail
able to private individuals, as tho
channel whereby such persons can
by fraud manifestly premeditated
distress tho mercantile portion of
1 or roliol Irom which ami protec
tion against, your petitioners con
(Siencdl Hcnrv Davis & Co.. 15. F. Eld
ers & Co., Hollister it Co.. per E. It. S.,
Lewis A; Co., Benson, Smith it Co., II. Ber
ber, Clias. J. Fislicl, Egan it Gunn, Henry
May it Co., H. E. Mclntyre it IJro , per
M., E. 0. Hall it Son, L'd, per W. W. Hull,
Hobron, Newman it Co., S. E. Pierce, .1. S.
Martin, Pacific Hardware Co., per F. L.
Winter, W. C. Peacock it Co., W. S. Luce,
L. H. Dee, Hawaiian News Co., per Oat, G.
W. Maefarlanc it Co., per Lishman, Tlieo.
H. Davies it Co., Maefarlano it Co., L'd,
per C. M. White, Treasurer; Hopp it Co.,
C. M. W.j Inter-Island Steam av. Co.,
Jus. L. McLean, Treasurer; J. F. Colburn
it Co. A. P. Iv., H. Lose for Treasurer
Mutual Telephone Co.', M. Goldberg, Gon
salves it Co., L. B. Kerr, Jas. F. Morgan,
Hawaiian Hardware Co. Hendry, S.
Elirlich, Hustace & Co., J. J. Sullivan, It.
Gardner, Hart it Co., J. C. Qninn, M. N.
oanders, J. M. Monsarrat, Fashion Stables
Co., Mrs. A. M. Mollis, per A. M. Mellis,
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co. by D. B.
Mr. Hatch for the creditors has
filed a motion for tho re-hearing of
tho would-bo bankrupt's petition.
Rainfall for November, 1892.
Waiakea, Hilo, 50 elev (1.89
Pepeekeo, 100 elev 0.02
Honomtt, 300 elov 10.37
Honomu, i)J0 elov 14.35
Hakalau, 200 elov 5.25
Laupahoehoo, 10 elev 3.29
Launahoehoo. 1)00 elev 4.83
Ookala, 400 elov U.10
I'aanhau, 300 elev 1.01
Honokaa, 400 elev 1.02
Kukuihaele, "OOelev 1.17
Niulil, 200 elov 1.04
N. Kohala, 350olev. 1.88
Waimea, 2730 elov 0.19
Holualoa, 1200 elov 3.51
Kealakekua, 1580 elev 0.03
Naalohu, 050 olev .'i.bO
Volcano House. 4000 elov
Volcano Howl, 2500 olev 12.70
I'ohoiki, 10 elov 5.09
Pohoiki, MX) elev .. 7.25
Kapoho, 50 elov 5.20
I'aauilo, 750 elev 4.05
Hilo Town 8.51
Kahulni, 12 elev 1.03
Walkapu, l!00 elov 1.27
Spreckolsvillo, 40 elov
Kula, 4000 elev , 0.88
Haleakala Ranch. 2000 elev 3.59
Olowulu, 15elov 0.13
Mapulehu, 100 elev.. 1.07
Kocle, KJOOolov 2.41
Punahou, 60 elov 1.05
Honolulu, 20 elov 0.71
Kulaokahua, 50 olev
Makiki, 150 elov 1.17
Kapiolani Park, 10 elev 0.411
Jianoa, 100 olev 1.91
Muiion, HM of Val,, 2.50 elev
Nuuanu, 50 elov , 1.1!
Nunanu, 250 olev 2.02
Nuuanu, 405 olev : 3.81
Nuuanu, 735 olev , 4.03
Nuuanu, I.uakaha, 850 elev 0.50
Kaneoho, 57 elev ,
Ahuimanu, 350 elov 0.81
Kahuku, 25 elev 1.57
Waianae, 15 elev 0.90
Ew.i Plantation, OOelev , 0.00
Pauoa. 40 olev
King Street, E., 15 ele
Insane Asylum ,
Lihue, 200 elov 1.00
Over from last mouth, viz., for October:
Pohoiki, 10 elov 7.10
Kaanapnli ' 1.93
O. J.' Lyo.ns,
In Chargo of Weather Service.
For a soro throat thoro is nothing
hotter than a llaunol bandage damp
ened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
It will noarly always offoet a cure in
ono night's tinio, This romody is
also a favorite for rheumatism and
has cured many very sovoro cases.
50 cout bottles lor sale by all doalors,
Bouson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
WEALTHY IN MIND.
A Man With Fifty Thousand
lars lu tho. Bank,
A nativo namod Papa, claiming to
bo a descendant of tho Aliis, was
soon on horsuback yesterday morn
ing riding toward tho King street
ontraneo of lolani l'alace. lie asked
tho guard if Her Majesty was at
homo. Tho guard answered in tho
affirmative and requested him to go
round to tho other gate on I'alaco
Walk. Ho did so, riding on the
suiowalk and nearly running over
sovoral people. Being covorcd with
lois people thought ho was under
tho influenco of liquor. Papa was
refused admittance and ho rode
away. Previous to going to the
Palace ho told Captain lCamann at
tho Station of his intentions. Ho
was not seen again until lato in the
afternoon when lie wont to the msli-
niarket. Uno bundle of lisli was
tied up for him, when ho told the
fishman to wait until ho came back.
After five minutes ho returned and
purchased another stack of fish, say
ing ho had $50,000 with Bishop &
Co. A third tinio ho wont away and
came back ordering more fish, when
tho vondor became angry and order
ed Papa to dig up. Then it was
that tho latter said that ho had
given him an order, payablo on
sight. Tho controversy waged long
and loud and finally Naattao, who
owned tho stand, sent for a police
man and had tho man arrested,
undor tho impression that ho was
intoxicated. Papa was taken to tho
Station and locked in a cell. Ho
was thought to bo demented because
toward midnight bo began to strip.
Ho was soon by tho turnkey, who
entered tho coll, whereupon tho
prisonor rushed out, and it took no
little trouble to catch him again,
llo crouches in tho corners of his
cell as if listening. When not be
ing watched ho pushes his clothes
out through tho bars. Last weok
ho visited tho Station and gavo a
history of oho fa and how ho accu
Mr. J. P. Blaizo, an extensive real
estate doalor in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of tho severest
attacks of pneumonia while in tho
northern part of that stato during a
recont blizzard, says tho Saturday
Review. Mr. Blaizo had occasion to
drive sovoral miles during tho storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was uuablo to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his roturn ho
was threatened with a sovoro case of
pneumonia or lung fovor. Mr. Baizo
sent to tho nearest drug storo and got
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Bo
medy, of which ho had often heard,
and took a number of largo dosos.
Ho says tho effect was wonderful and
in a short tinio ho was breathing
quite easily. Ho kept on taking tho
medicine and tho lioxt day was able
to como to Des Moines. Mr. Blaizo
regards his euro as simply .wonderful.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
By Iiowis J. Levey.
OF THE SEASON.
TO-MORROW "NIGHT, DEC. 23d,
-A.T 7" O'CLOCK,
A CHOICE LOT OF
And Positively to ho
Sold "Without Reserve !
Lewis J. Levey,
AUCTION" SALE OF
IJv order of Hon. A. S. CLKGHOKN.
Collector-General of Customs, I will sell
at Public Auction, at my Salesrooms,
On TUESDAY, Jan. 3, 1893,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Tho following described packages of Mer
chandise remaining in tiie Custom House,
unclaimed unto 31bt December, 1801:
t pkgs Phaeton, Fob. 1, 1890,
Mrs. Maggie Cisco,
1891, ex "Zealandia.1
1 Trunk, March 17,
C. II. Ensign, 1 pkg IlollorConip., March
17, 1891, ex "Zealandla."
C. 11. Miles, 1 o AIiHo, May 12, 1891, ex
S. 1 Graham, 1 pr Shafts, June 23, 1891,
M. Mclnerny, 1 pkg Mdso, Sept. 15, 1891,
Miss Marv Itelmcr, 1 pkg Mdso, Oct. 13,
1891, ex "Alameda."
Mrs. Cochrane, 1 pkg Mdso, Nov. 7, 1891,
A. Herring, 1 pkg Mdso, Doc. 18, 1801,
W. S. 8. Co'y, 1 pkg Papers, Dec. 18,
18111, ex "Mariposa."
James Hiiulu, 1 pkg Mdso, Dec. 29, lbOl,
J. E. Drown, 1 o Mdso, Doc. til, 1891, ex
Choice Selected Seed Cocoanuts
Just Received from Samoa. A
Small Lot of tho
Nin Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut
And u quantity of
Seleoted Seed Ooooanuts
MoINTYRE & BRO.
50 cents a month,
How does he feel ? He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notions, and changing the
cooking, the dishes, the hours, and
manner of his eating August
Flower tho Remedy.
How doo3 ho feel ? He feels at
times a gnawing, voracious, insati
able appetite, wholly unaccountable,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flowor tho Remedy.
How does ho fool ? -He feels no
uesire lo go to tlie table and a
grumbling, fault-finding, over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is there August Flowor tho
How does ho feol ? He feels
after a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhorrence, loathing,
and detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flowor tho Remedy.
How doos ho feel ? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flowor tho Remedy.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
.A.T T O'CLOCK,
At my Salesroom 1 will sell Balunces of
Jeus. TP. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
On TUESDAY, Dec. 27th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho Promises, Kobello Lane, I will sell at
Public Auction, the Furnituro and Ef
fects of tho late H. W. Mel NTOSH,
comprising in Part:
Fancy Tallies, Bed Lounge,
15. "W. and Oak Itockcrs,
Itugs, Curtains and Poles,
Ono Fine Piano Lamp,
Oak Bedroom Set!
Spring and Hair Mattresses,
Wardrobo, 11. W. Bookcase,
1 Oak Bookcase & Secretary
LOT OF HOOKS,
ONE HOUSEHOLD SEWING MACHINE!
Extension Dining Table,
One Haviland Dinner Set
Crockery and Glassware,
Meat Safes, Dressers,
1 MEDALLION STOVE & UTENSILS
One Gentle Saddle Horse
SADDLE AND 1UUDLE.
Gamarinos' Kalilii Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now boinir FROZEN-wil! bo ready
delivery boforo or on tho morning
of Christmas Day.
Dressed All Ready for tho Oven!
A Kl'KC'lAJ. LINK 01"
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
For tho Holiday and Festive Season.
Prices to suit tho times.
California Fruit Market.
IXT- Mutual Tel. 378. " C70-lin
Iiy A. M. UETTENCOURP,
Vetorlnary Surgeon and Dcalor In Horses,
corner lleretauia and Punchbowl sts.
Mutual Molephone 1177.
rpiIK WKKICIV miM,KTIN-28 COL
A. unniH ot Inturesting Heading Matter.
Inlands, 1 1 ; mailed to foreign countries, $5.
Man Harlware Co., L'd
Saturday, Dec. 17, 1SD2.
Chandeliers at low prices
are still moving; it's the price
that takes them away and
there's no one bidding against
you. It's astonishing how many
people wanted good light but
held back for fear the price
was against them. You have
another chance this week if
they are not all sold.
Rookwood, the most beauti
lul of all American pottery is
about half the price it was two
years ago withouL any change
in quality. Some choice vases
are of exquisite tints and artis
tic decoration equal in effect
to Crown Derby or Royal
Worcester. Your cabinet will
be improved by the addition
of one or two pieces.
' Two very handsome sets in
silver for tea service will catch
the eye of the man who wants
to impress upon his wife the
fact that he is the very best
husband in the world. The
price is insignificant compared
with the beauty it adds to your
table and the high appreciation
which your good wife will have
The cut glass cream pitchers
mentioned in this column last
week are really the most beau
tiful pieces of this ware we
have ever had. The shapes
are odd and the cutting equal
to the most expensive bits
manufactured. One piece of
cut glass is as mucn value in
table decoration as any thing
you can buy. Some of the
olive dishes are duplicates of
the very handsome ones shown
last year; others are of an en
tirely new pattern, shell shaped
and the quint essence of love
liness. Another invoice of Royal
lemonade shakers will enable
us to meet the demand for
Christmas novelties, If you
don't object to planting lemon
seeds in your stomach the old
style shaker will answer; some
stomachs rebel at such food
and it's to those people whose
'" innards" won't stand it that
we mention the new style
shakers. We have never shown
one to a person yet but what
a sale was made and the pur
chaser felt that he had the
best of the bargain. That
means that they are cheap.
Carving sets are always in
demand at this season. Visions
of aged turkeys, sold as the
genuine variety, appear to the
man who has to do the carving
and he yearns for a sharp tool
to do the work with. If you
do not need a set of carvers
we can supply you with a
"Jointer" made especially for
carving fowls. The little knife
grinder will help out the peo
ple who do not want to incur
the expense of buying new
People who live in Oriental
splendor come to us for their
lamps. We have some
styles suited to that class as
well as less expensive ones for
the people who class them
selves as plain every day peo
ple. Everything is in having
the goods for the masses. You
seldom have to go elsewhere
for anything in our lines, they
are always lull and we sit up
nights to see that we are not
short on anything. That's
how we come to please the
Oriental splendor people.
Banquet lamps in old silver
are among the handsomest of
ornamental and useful things
for the parlor. No matter
what you may furnish your
room with it looks badly if the
lamp is not all right. Put a
good lamp on a smart table
and your furniture may be of
Nor'west; it's the lamp that
does the business.
The Transit, arrived today,
brings us new cutlery and
Haviland China in time for
Christmas and Schultz Cart
ridges that will help you bring
in game enough for the meal.
Clothes Wringers for wash
day and many other things for
private or plantation use.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., LW
Ojipo. Sprockols' Block,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
to Notify the
Must be Closed Out
ECS My Stock consists of
PRICES are the LOWEST.
is an Occurrence
ScST I have many. Coaxcrs in the TOY LINE that
can't help but pi'ove irresistible to you.
KS Call Soon in Order to
Velocipedes, best make, for Boys from 3 to
5 years, at $3.95.
Ferfnmes ! Perfumes !
Hinano, Lei Aloha.
Toilet "W"ette:rs I
Eto., Etc., Eto.
EDWIN A, JONES
Hay opened an olllco for transacting all
business In connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Sale of Bonds,
Slock and Real Estato,
And in nrdnarcd to Audit Accounts.
Oflice: "Old Chamber of CoiiiiiiorcoKooin."
Campbell Illook. 1'. O. Uox 55.
General Public that
USEFUL TOYS and iny
Useful Presents at Closing out Prices
which Seldom Occurs.
Get the Best Bargains ! S25S
Temple of Fasliion.
A FIHST-OIjABS FAMILY HATH1NQ
xl ltesort at Waiklki. Tramcaru pass
the gato. Special
avrungomonta can be
i'ienies and Evening
inane lor I'amuy
Smith k Co