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StJJM'LHMUXT TO THE DAILY BULLETIN. THURSDAY, DHCRMISMU 20, 1,S!)2.
Christmas & New
' lit M
Inaccotdanco with .Section 1 or I'hapter
XXYI. of tho .!iw of ISfeii, all per-ons
holding Water Privileges or tho-e paying
AVator Kates, aro hereby noiiiied that tlu
Water I'.atos for the term onding.Juno :!0,
lb!).i, will he due and payable at the Olllru
of the Honolulu Water Works on the 1st
day of January, lSiO.
All Mich rate, remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due will he sub
ject to an additional 10 poicont.
Kates are payable at tho Olllee of the
Water Works in the Ivapuaiwa lluilding.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
hupt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, H. I.. Dec. lit, ls!l.'.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
pajing Water Hates, aie hereby untitled
that, owing to the diotith and tho seaicity
of water in the Ooveniniont llc.servoir.s,
he Hours for lining water for Irriga-
.ion purposes are from 7 to S o'clock a. m.,
iiul 5 toil o'clock p.m., until fuither notice, i
JOHN 0. WHITE
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
UllAK. T. litlMCK,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Oct. 15, lb'J.'.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS. '
All JJrands- must, by law, be ie-regi-teied
prior to July 1, lsiM, or tliey will be '
forleited, and can thereafter hu appro
priated by any one.
Ilegistration on Oahn slmll be made at '
tho Interior Olliec.
On the other Islands it shall bo done at
the Ollices of tho seveial Sherill's,
. N. Wl LC'OX,
Minister oT the Inteiior.
Interior Olllee, Dee. y. !. W.Mf
Owing to the drought and seaicity of
water, the residents niauka of Judd street
are requested lo collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
b o'clock A. M. "'
JOHN C. W111TD,
Supt. Honolulu tVutur Woiks.
Honolulu, Sept. li. l.Sili ,'ilfi-tf
J. W. KELIIKOA, E-o.., has this day
been appointed Notary Public for the
Third Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
0. N. WII.COX,
.Mini-tor of the Interior,
Inteiior Ollice. Dee. 'J8, 1S!L lilU-lit
MltH. ROHAN KT WOULD ASIC ALL
indebted to her up to the end of this
vcar to settle their respective accounts hv
January 120, lb'j.'). ws-tw '
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAS UOUGHT
the Chun l.oy Kee liakery ltusi-
jliiding Lease of iSuildiiig, Klx-
lures, ore., ai ivehauiiKusiioei. .ncnums
will Iik sKltlml I iv I'liini Luc Ki'i-. Diile of
sale December III, Is!).'.
i;u!).:it WO KEE CO.
HOUBK ON KINAU, $$&a.
near 1'ensncula street. mlM1&3k
lnuulro of mbJ2j8&:
e. is. nus'imy.'
Hawaiian Hardware Oo.'.sMgre,
HOL'WK ON MAK.IKI
street containing Par
lor, Dining-room, H Ued-
rooms, tvltelieli, etc. 1 ar-
hot 'it , ' h lb , n, d" . ,777T,m:
on the nreiuisi's. 'i'lioe inoinlies adioln
ctij. nziz. u
tliooe occupied bv Mr. ('n'uhtoii. AppH to
Wi-U ' J. M. lONlJAKKAT.
TiiunsD.vv, Deo. U'.),
Tlio Assembly convened lor prayer
:it !l o'clock, fiflor which roll was
called. At '.):;() tho minutes of (ho
previous meeting wcro road anil ap
proved. Thoio being no report b from
landing or select commit toes nor
lesolutions to ho presented, tho
Order of tho Day was immediately
On motion of Hop. Waipuilaut tho
regular order of tho day, cotisidoia
1 ion of Bill (57, tho Registration Act,
was deferred until to-morrow and. in
its stead, Bill 22S. to provide a tiro
department for llilo, Hawaii, eaino
up for consideration on second read
ing. The bill was pasr-ed to engross
ment and ordered for third reading
Bill J.'lit. to amend certain sections
of tho Election Law of 18!)0, caino
ui " third reading and, after a lit
tle aigument, raised by a motion to
indefinitely postpone, the bill passed.
Bill 201, to increase tho duty on
spirituous liquors, came up and was
considered in connection with the
report of a committeo which favor
od tho passage of tho bill.
Xoblo Pua considered that tlie tax
ing, as it was, of the liquor business
by tho addition of this increased
duty, would boa detriment to the
business. The day for wanting
nioiioy by the Uo eminent had
passed; it was not necessary to raise
revenue by the means proposed.
Tho money for the lottery is com
ing in on the steamer Australia and
all that tho Government will have
to do to obtain friOO.OOO is just, to
give over a little piece of paper. The
duties would cause either an increase
in tho price of
quors or a decrease !
in tho quality.
Hop. Waipuilaui said that it was
foil' to consider the liquor interests
when the Government was lo obtain
50,1)00 in a legitimato way. Tho re
mark of Noble J'ua that it would in
crease the price of liquors was based
on nothing. It would be a great
benefit morally and socially if tho
jirice of liquor could be put up to
ten dollars per bottle. Now men
spend their small earnings in tho
saloon and gin-mill, which givo them
poison for the 11101103' which right
fully belongs to their wives and ,
children. It would be a God-send
if tho price of liquor was put beyond
the roach of the average man and 1
that, tho propriotor.s of the saloons
could bo the only purchasers, llo j
favored the passage of the bill. '
Ifop. Kamnuoha favored the in- I
definite postponement of the bill.
Tlie increase in duties would cause
an increase of prices to those who
drank liquor. ,
.Hop. Bipikano .said that it was ad
visable to incieaso tho rovenuoof tho j
country, but the lives of the people 1
should lie considered. He had sev
eral friends who tended in and own- ,
ed saloons and thoy had told him if
tho bill passed then thoy would have
' ( wator and otherwise fix their
Llo favored throwing tho
bill out the window.
1 Hep. lo.se ia said that ho mus sur
! irisod at the change evinced by
I Hop. Uipikane. Previously that
1 ineinbor had spoken in favor of tho
1 measure and had delivered a lecture
against the indulgence in strong
liquor and had related his (ttipi
kano's) fall into a well from an over
indulgence in gin. (Laughter.) lie
was surprised at native llawaiians
..leaking against thisbill. Any de
1 crease in tho bale of liquor ioi bene
fit to the Hawaiian, if not to the for
eigner. 11, as is stated, slioulu this
, '" lws, liquors w.u Do watered by
(Continued on the other side.)
. ? -ft '(
CO. Hold Watcho.s.
ltaio NOVELTIES for the
110 1,1 DAYS.
I'.lcli (Sifts for
NOTHING MICK IT IN TOWN. () .
WWNN13K ic CO.,
Importing and Manufacturing Jewelers,
"oT. OLAF UllAND"
Superior lo Any Other !
This Milk is prep.ued in Norway from
the I'uro Unskimmed Milk of Norwegian
Cows, fed mi mountain grass. There is
nothing added except the Finest Sugar,
and nothing taken away from it but water,
it thoiefore poss(,M!s all the oiiuiual pro
perties and aioma peculiar to Norwegian
For Sale in Quantities to Suit by
u y SCHMIDT & SONS.
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated May Hi, IS').'.)
-MANlTFAl'TUKEISS 01' THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC G-AS ENGINES.
Hoiiontal iV Upright,
Stationary v Marine,
Gas ,V Gasoline Engine-,
1'iiinps ,t Launches
."ils-tf fcolo Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
(.'an be found, as usual, at his residenco,
Alnkea street, no.t to ilritish Club, or by
message at (!. E. Williams' store, Fort
i?- All work guaranteed and visited a
second time, Prompt attention to till
orders. Tuned the Piano for conceit of
Musin, the eelebiated violinist. (iO:!-'Jw
STAMP COMECTOR'S NOTICE.
ALEX. J. CAItTWItliiHT HAS
nlured his collection of Foreign
oiamps wiiii uie iiiiucis'igiieu jnr uisjiosai.
Those desiring to teleet from tho abovu
collection can obtain sheets on approval
bv aiiiilving to
OEO. W. lllinOKSS.
E& Terms: Not Cash. OiM-'Jw
I AWN MOW HUH TO LET IJY THE
I -j da, week or month, ilepuiiing,
Cleaning' and Sharpening done, Dnjdieato
Pieces f urnis-hed when reijulred. Muchines
called for and letuined. Also Hepairing
Omdun Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary around tho house or (stable,
liine up' .Mutual Telephone to'.',
osl-tt N. F. HUKGEStJ.
Arc Kuecivlug New Invoices of
BOOK AND JOB STOCK
IJY KVEttY STEAM JilC"
W'heie they aie fully prepared to do nil
kinds of work in Hie latest styles, at
the shoncst notice and at the
most .Reasonable Hate.s.
Fins Job Work in Colors a Specialty,!
Kxcuuleil in the Most Attincttvc
l'liiile.il and Eloo.i.d when dcsii uu,
(Ray- No .lob Is allowed to lcav the. ot
Hcc until it gives satiBi action.
i STRAW PRIHTim! flHBFfiR
i j jjimi. ijiiii.ij.mu uJLiiuu