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Horectlcr, the General !Woilln will
olosuon MATUllDAYS, t 1 j. in.
Wlii'ii a foriilfn mall nrtlvea on Snlur
ilny, tho (leiipral Dellvi-ry will foe re
oionul for oiid hour from I to .' v. m.
JOS. M. OAT,
8. M. Damon,
Minister of I'iintni'e.
Owing to tho ilrntinht nml i,an,ltv f
water, tho ivjMuiits nliovc .litild -trci-t
aro rtinuteil to collect wlril water the
liny rtiitir' for Iioum'IioM hi rto-t
before 3 oVlock a. m.
Suporlntiiidfiil Honolulu Water Work.
Honolulu, II. I.Jiilv 'J i, Imui.
llnMor of wnter irlvilej;e1 or lhot
t!iylii water ratei, urn liereliy tiotllliil
thnl the hours for Irrigation piiric nre
from 7 to 3 o'clock . m , neil ft to il
o'clock r. i. A. IllimVS,
SueriMtftitlent ltonolnlti Wntcr Work
J. A. Kino,
MinMcr of tho Interior.
Honolulu, Mn ', Isu, IIS.Hi
BOAKD OF HEALTH NOTICK.
On .SUNDAYS AND IMUliAYS.
lltirlnl Ct rtltiiMtc c.-iti Imj n'ltalnol nl tin
roldriicc of Mr. V. II. Hc.mi.iIiU, iiiM cnl
of Urrcn street.
VI l.l.l AM O. SMITH.
I'a-Milciii llo.inl of Ilc.ilth.
Honolulu, Nou'iiilicr titli, IIM.
As a im-iiii. of jire-rviti(5 hc.ilth nml
prvvrntlriK ulcknc, nil tmiii lire ml
vlvil In tlrlnktiiK wntcr to uo only th:ii
which Inn Ihtii In1Iii1,
l'cr unli-r of the Id. inl of Health.
WILLIAM U. .-.MII'll.
Honolulu, Nnvcinlicr 7th, lN'l.
Thr l'ri'siili'ilt h.ix :ipN)lntii the follow -Int;
1'iititlciueii to lie member of the m r
W. N. All.MSTIltiNti, Clinlritimi:
JOHN KM M HI. I' I'll,
J. M. VIVAS,
iiKMiv w. .-kvi:i:am r
r. ii. mi i:i:av.
KxectltlVt) llullilili);. October .III, l'i.
Ilnltint to ntitb'T liect r tin iy .
But Kitablhhfd tor the lUntfil of At..
MONDAY, NOV. 12, IBifl
UAUSE OF UI9 KAILUltK.
Captain K Ionium's cam illnstrali's
part of tho foolish courses entered
upon by tho Provisional (loveiu
uiuut at the ouImiI of its career.
Whun the Itfi.i.KTiN, with compara
tive moderation, criticised koiiio of
those courses it wan treated as a
Doditious medium. A somi-otlicial
explanation of tho retreat under the
American llag, on the lirl of Feb
ruary, IMia, attributed that event in
part to tho "attitude" of this paper.
It would havo boon well for the
Government to-day if it had paid
more huud to honest criticixm, and
not douo so much of the ostrich
busiuuDs of hilling itft head in the
jsaud to ao its body from impend
ing dnugor. Many important posts
iu tho military and police depatt
uiuuts wuro given to political adven
turers of uiiBottlod principles, whoso
record included not only agitation
for powor, but secret conspiracy for
violent means of attaining that ob
ject, long before the ostouMhlu rea
houh for tho revolution had devel
oped. Having attained their object
of being iu with a party iu power,
Bomo of theso agitators might, if
properly disciplined, have worthily
lillod public poaitioua they had lung
coveted. They wero given, however,
a degree of latitude that was pimply
astounding to all who had ac
knowledge of the restrictions placed
upon subordinate ollicials iu well
regulated states. No embargo was
placed against their being members
or oilicerH of political organizations
that frequently indulged in the pre
scription of public policy, as well as
even the admiuihtering of strong
criticism, to the Government that
employed these politicians. They
wero permitted to carry out a system
of oll'eusivo espionage against peo
ple who did not support the Gov
eminent, and to harass such by out
rageous trespasses upon their homes
in search of arms and ammunition.
Encouraged by so much license, and
taking to themselves a large share
of the testimonial bestowed by Pre
sident Dole in a state paper upon
"those brave men" from whom he
acknowledged he and his col
leagues had received their commis
sions, one of these organizations
ofli cored and directed by men in
the Government's pay at length
went so far as to demand their
pick of public olHcc.H under penalty
of being deserted iu a body by the
whole organization. Thorn was an
"executive session" over this demon
stration, the result of which is said
to havo been a mild rebulT to tho
club in question. Vet its leaders iu
public billets continued to maintain
mi independence toward their su-
poriors in ofl'fo, stK'h a mttfht nover
to ho tolt'rntml by atiy Govonunont
that fwU it has a right to govern.
Captain Klomtno is accused of hav
ing worried good tnon whom ho dis
liked out of tho patrol, and ovon of
dolihnratoly refusing to givo illtct
to promotions thoroin ordoriMl by
the .Marshal. Latterly it is said the
oh io f activity shown by the patrol
haOieen in getting intoquarrels with
tho regular police. Immediately
following one of tluwe incidents, the
forhoaranco of tho Marshal comes
to a sudden end. The political bois
. , . . ... i . .1 it .
is deprivetl of his captaincy of the
patrol. Captain Kletntno is well
qualified in different respects to
have matin a worthy record in the
portion from which ho has been di-
mied. His conduct on duty has
on several ocerwmn earned tho ap-
probation of others besides support-
orsof Iho Oovernmnnt. lli useful
ties, was from tho first in a largo tie-
gree impaired, ami eventually
the shortsighted connivanco of the
Ooverumeiil at the participation of
itsolllcials -the public's servants-in .
active party politics.
. .. r
DISTRICT COUIIT SOIKOS.
Carrying n l'lstol Without Leavo-
Dosortttig n Uu.b.tnU.
A IMrtugue,. named Manuel I'a-
checo pleaded guilty in lh District
Court to having carried n pistol
without permission from tho Gov-
eriiiuent. Sentenco was suspended,
Ktnalia, for tleserting her litis-'
baiid's bed and board ami still re-
fusing to return, was sentenced to
be imprisoned at hard labor for fif- '
teen days. Sho took her sentence .
with indiirereuce. . .
Three Chiue.e, after a lengthy
trial wero found guilty of, violating
a section of the law pertaining to
gambling, liach was fined 10.
The usual nutuDor or liltte .Mon-
day victims occtipieil tho tlock. All
i.leadetl guilty ami the regulation
.amli costs fine was imposed.
Most of th,.oU,ercas,.s went over.
The Sons of St. George will hold
their weekly tinjoting in K. of 1. hall
Dy Ja. F. Morgan.
CREDIT SALE !
llynnlirif II. V S IIMIlir SONS. I
Mi.'ill tin il ii tVtilil Aim t tot I tiilc. nt
tln-lr Blnrc nit Votl lr-ct,
Oil Tuesday, the 13th
. N" I Ml HI,
Ami linli oiler nil iticlr Mix'k ul
IlliV AVI1 CAVtV filllllN
iiti xiiii mil i u"iu
Il-rilwiin', tlriHiTioi, uM r.
Wim- mul l.liiiinr, r im",
rliriKiin i li ihU, ItiMil-iiml .-Iioi h,
Crockery and Glasswaro i
Sitaw nml IV t liiti, Clntli'iiit,
TrimkH, W'riih k I'iiikt, e'c.
ON Tilt: HOST LIBCRaL TERMS
Jas. F 35Eorga.rj.,
ELKCTION 01- OFKICEK8.
a t ru i: annm .i. Mi:i:riMi m
l in- iin.r. .si.ih r.ivirwv, l.c.l
til nilii-.T lor tlic eiiriwn tmr:
t'ol. X.. S. Si.u1.tlnu ..
Mr. K. 1 liiiiii'N
Mr l. S. It..lnriin
Mr. Jiim'I.Ii II. I'nrtur
iMM)ri' lii-rlnri, M.l
.1. ii I'AlflKlt.
.I'lTi'liir W ullirt! HiiKiir Co.
Ilulinliilil, Mi, 1.', Ih'M. ll-s lit
'rill: a.sniai. mkktinc! of Tin:
I I'limu I VimI Co, I.M. will l- li.'M nl
in .hii.i.uim ' ullU;.', , Um-eii irret, oil
Ml l:.lAV, lliii IMh liit.,ut II oVIocl.
I'. K. VI It A.
Siv'i) I'lilou I'icil Co., l.lmltt' I.
Tiib .nmm."mT:i:t.n.i ok thi:
i-KiiiAY, Nov. iiii, ut 7;.uii'. u. . full
llllrll.lllll.-.i U r.'.,ll.)M-.l. III. I.ll.lll-. of Illl-
iM.niii.-. wiii i.o inm iirtf.1, ii.d.i.ui.K tie-
.I. tlmi of lriiici io mtvii fur tliu ru-
"mwir. ii. l'Aini!:;!;:;y.
VM 1 I.L III1 tt Ht I'.f
i i.l lit- it Ht tin e ii iKiny n otiiiii in
.iiol.li.i, MOMIAY, .SiIvi'iiilH-r Hi, lh'.M
III III O I illt'k It. Ill
b. H. in r .,
liiuiel '111 Noveni'ier Ut, lu'll. I.M-'I
ONE PIANO, Nearly Now
AI'I'I.Y TO "THIS OKKIL'I.."
Il.ili.lulu, Not. I.', I'i. 11 If
i". ini:r Mill. i. r,
W ill " II In- Kiilim -Iml. nl
Boots & Shoes
BELOW COST PRICE.
I'.ni..ri-l(il' I'.vtTj iinij ..r
Hurt, Ladles' 4 Cliililicn's llools
AUn; i Hall's KaU, 20x311.
Nov. 7. iSy,f.
Il is reported (lull Iho Rose
Bug i lii f Mil us CeUcnlariiiuus)
1;ls m;Ue is appcar.UICC ill UlO
, , . ,. . . . . . ,
' dlSiriCt Uiul IS lowlV
wondilllj its WJIV OVOlhllul Io
..., . . , , .
I mo nut i itciuicuiaic points.
I HIS PUtf IS 1101 i JJOOil SWIIll-
coilSCilUCIlllv it HHISt IWVC
lVOII introduced Oil llsiwailby
ncnm$ w10 t()0 anjs tilde
from 1 1(1110111111. 1 110 IIIIOS laid
down b' Hie Board ol I;OIVsliy
l0;lljUr t tl0 caiivillff of
, ' . .... ., ' . .
P' 1 '
probable llk'V IlIlVO beotl VIO-
jalod b' tlk CIliploVCOS. LoVlM'S
()f an(s aU, louvrs , ,lavc
, . . . ( .
snuivjtjlcd tlioir favorites in
trunks or boxes as personal
elTects and thus inflicted upon
ii,.:- f.:,, k- .,.( ., ,;.riii,.-.
""" ",w,us """ S'"'"'
what lias prOVO.l the WOftt
pest that ever linmiljrated to
(i 1 1.,,.,..;;, ... t. t.m ic -.,;. i,
W ' law.lll.m Isl.UKlS. y pUIHSll-
meilt With a little b()ilillLr Woi-
. ., f',tt i,,
"stO! MUICO 111 it WOUld DO
,(m ,i.,lt for people W'llO do
. . : f , .' ,. , ,
im un ui tmiii;, ;.iiiituiiiii
:k Mviv Ivk Ivvd nfittlimr ills
" . ., ., V .i
covered that will annihilate the
,.,,,., u.. r .. ,.irSll.M1 m
w ,ni.'' j",1, ""5l,L" liaS
ni.UlC .1 CaiCIUI SIlKiy 01 peSIS
... i " i,i;.-i,. .,,,,1 , .,,,,j
" blll,'llts .UUl done about
evervlliiii.il toward the cultiva-
introduced numerous tllillJJS
, .. , i , ,i. . ,,r . ......i : tn:,
believed to iv elkxlual 111 Joint
up the pesky thinjjs without
muc iUt.C0NS: nmv jf ie will
just biiiij,' in a few kinjj bals
y m. "
woiiui ie i lie 1 1 1 c. 1 1 i in iviiii;
us plenty of roses.
If vou have ever noticed an
advertisement in I he magazines
of a patent etjij cups you pro
bably wauled one of them.
Wi! iviviwd a few bv the
lale in .iskiii"; yu can el them
ol us withtnil sending to the
Coast. I'hev're made of nor-
cd,in ;lUi :,., simpv blv,k
your etjtjs in the cup, screw on
a lid and drop the whole busi
ness into hot water. In a few
minutes they are boiled, take
oil" the lid, pul in salt, butler
and pepper and dive in. You
can be assured of jjood healthy
e.lftJS IllKl .'OU dO IHU IUIII1 yOlll'
, lingers by lakinjj oil' the shells.
We are solliii.t,' .in electrical
; outfit which includes bell, bat-
. ..... ..... i. t......... .... i i : i' . . i' . ..
K'lJ, I'll.-MI I'tlllOII ,UKI III !) Ice I
'of insulated wire for $2M).
This is about the best lhin.sf
.you can t,ret in the way of an
; alarm bell and we never heard
. , , .
() Ulelll PelllLr SOU IOI' k'SS
money, n your son nas any
inclination toward electricity
nil)' llllll illl Olitlit.
,f ,herc arc lV0Plc in t,mn
wI?" nii,y l)'llllil ln ,hcir
MiMohbor's procelai'ii lined tub
"'.S1"1" 1 MH.V.I.UII IIIILll llU
rather tlian in their own zinc
lined, we wtiuld recommend
a pot of bath enamel paint by
. a jnc Uh
as cheerful and clean as any
nlbi'f This mini Ivts Ivi'n
tJllul' ' m p.lllll I1.1S HH.I1
vl(li lilt v,:iis :in.l is esiiii'i:l llv
prepared for use in bath tubs.
( It is in .uart containers enough
( Io paint a tub.
A Werlheim Triplex Sewing
jMachine is cheaper than any
oilier make at half the money
because it does three dilTcrcn!
styles of work. I:very lady
who does her own sewing
knows what a bother il is to
lil up rullles wilh anything but
a single thread machine. They
also know how annoying it is
Io have their hard woik go Io
pieces bv the breaking ol a
thread. I he Werlheim will
sew the chain, lock and com
bined lock and chain.
mM Wm fc ,itd,
UillMU.tt Hlin'OlU'lM1 llllKlk,
MOV lOBAT MTUKUV,
Not only is our
our piicos arc the LOWEST, sind our terms
tho most HIEEllAL over ofl'crod the public.
Ihiy Kino ytii'iiisliinga of us, at Lower
Prices tlian are charged ibr inferior grades
elsewhere, and enjoy
PIopiD S Co.,
No, 'Z-i Kins Street
Tin iv siiv some pooplc in
Honolulu who think they
mv not properly clad uuIi'mh
tin giirmi'iits they wciir
cot:Mloi'$l(). The ivn
htiii is iippnrent they tire
Kviryhody U not rich in
t'net, niot -people in lliH,
woilil have to j;et a mighty
move on to make both ends
meet, nnd at the end of the
year have nothing to shov
for their labor except, an
extra wrinkle or two.
I have something that will
Htrike your fancy in the
Hhape of a .Jacket a Flan
nel .Jacket with a silk Htripe
a perfect lit or no sale.
1 bought Several cases of
these .lacketH very cheap
for cash. They are just
the thing to slip on to make
a call, go to market, a pic
nic, or church in fact,
I hey are guml enough or
pour enough to wear any-!
where anil everywhere.
!Nov this is the iinpcrtant
part. After you have he-!
lected one that looks well
with your dress and you
Mod that it tits, you say, j
"Mow much?" I
huh. 's?l.o, madam," or'
i4tfl H) iniH," as the case
may he, ami tbcro you me.
The modest Clerk loi k not
even blush when he is told
-how chea..." He is used
to this kind of thing.
Thai tireless toiler after trade,
.J. J. KUAN,
f1 1 Fort street.
Mutual Tuleplwiio 507.
Bull Toliphonu 4G0.
BAtK AGAIN TO wORK.
3ST in BTJRGrESS tvjotiok ih iikkkiiy cuvkn that
j. . x- . a v-i XT,s-Jii in9 n i(H ,tKI11Hl ,(,,, frlliTluii Hu
Ih mhiii'i .rii..irn I In ''i4ir (Hriliu Iiim, I.mui will lm Ktilr.l liy Mr Jiih. I'. Mur
HiMi kli'in, Wilier TiiM, i'l '. Huw KIIImk i;iiii, mul Illl iiuIkIiiii.Iii; iirrnuiitu ilun till'
nml nil l.'ii.l nl TimiIh tlmrvi'liril, llirlu.l- 1 rllrrlnii Killuull nlnl Hut Jiililillift luillnii uf
IU4 l'.rllit KiiIvi'h huh Hrviir. Iiwii II, lri up In tin. iilinw ilntn Mn iihvhIiIk
Miiit.h hi ii t j mIii B"tllui! IIIiikk; iu tu Mr I.. 11. In, All lillln iii;mIiii.( I,. II.
fii"t nl kliul' uf j'llilitiiit. W'urk i'iuIi'iI fui Dm iiIi-iikh pri'M'tit liuiiii'illiiii'ly fur my
mul r.turinl llmu up I'll Mutiml T. Ih. mi'iil. h II. DKi;
pluuiuiiuy tliiiitlmfurrtli a. u. IITUH lliiiiiilulii,Oi:t. 3, MI. ll.'.-'-Jm
Stock the largest, but
them Avhilo you aro
II V bcij to mniauncr the
return of our nrlhl from llic
ulnlrs where he. Inw hceti
upend! inj the jural year seel:
imj unrful Jnitiwlrdye ami
II V are heller prepared than
i ri r In Jill nrdersfnr anylhinij
nn the line of deeorallre paint'
imj on rhina, yhifs or any
other matt rial,
l.i a re ymir order early for
Dinner, Ximt or other rardx
of Hawaiian yet-np.
We vnw moke a upeeiolly
ofeoloriny lanti m ulidrit, ami
Call and yee what we haee
An invoice of the
WQter JU8t received
diroet from tho Sprlnga
in Shaota, California.
'Shasta' ' la the
, . ,
f meat mineral water
in the world. It la
uaed In every leading
hold and on all the
rallvay dining cara In
tho United Stateo.
,ShaBta,, ia the
Queon of all table wa
ters; blends perfectly
with liquor of all
kinda, and ia a natural
relief for all dioor
doro of the otomach,
kidneyo and liver.
For oale by all drug
gists and tho trade
general ly .
MACFARLANE 4 CO. LTD,
Sole Agents for the
Hnvval ian Isl ando .
The Hawaiian Senate
will convene after the American Congress
is sized up.
Wo convene every day for tho con
venience of people who want the best
carriage work done for a little money.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
isTo TO Queen Street
A TAX ON INCOMES
has received much d'mciiru-ion, its chief commenda
tion, or condemnation, of course, being that it does
not hit everybody. "When tho Itntinh (ioveriiincnt
wished to reach everybody in India with a tax, it
was found ncccfwitry to levy it on Halt, as that whh
tho only article that owrybody urn d.
to increase: incomes
is tho problem to-day engaging every thoughtful
person. There are few indeed, who can get along
without drugs medicines, or the good things kept
hy a modern drug Htore. Ts thin not a fact?
mo wish to make is this: Do you prefer paying the
prices asked for twenty years in Honolulu for drugs
ami patent medicines, brushes and other sundries,
or buy from us at cut rates? We have gained hun
dreds of new customers during the past few months.
Why? Because they have found that they get
everything of the best quality at u less tax on their
some: people: think
we have discontinued cutting, but they are misin-
formed. We havo not tried to stop. We like it
and we are not sorry we stii'ted it. We will con
tinue so long as the public approve of our method
of doing business.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort Ac Hotel Sta
From Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LARGE ASSORTMENT,
FI3STEJST 1 1ST IPIj&rVOtt.
Of any imported. .lust received by
SOLLISTEGEl &c GO,