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THE BAD U0YA1.1STS.
HOPP & CO.
They Kun an OHlcor Who was Giviug
Good Advice Out of n House.
I . iT
The Hawaiian Senate
()v!tii; to tlin ilrouglit mid i'.irt!ily of
wntcr, the reililctiti nliovo .lu.lil trtct
aro roiiluitPil to collect wlrit w.nor I liny
may rculru for limi.elioM nirpocs
before 3 o'clock . m.
HiiM'rlntitiilrnt lloiioltilu W.ilcr Works.
Honolulu, 11. I. July 21, Iwil.
MkIiUt-m of wntcr privilege, "i tlio-
jiaylnt; wntcr nitr nrc liiT.-liy n. tl'icil
Hint the lioitri fur lrrli;:illon i.irmi" nrc
from 7 to o'clock . m , iin.t ti ii
o'clock r m. A. IIKOWN,
SuH:rilitfii((Mii Hum. lulu Wntcr W"rk.
J. A. Kiln,
MlnMer ol the Interior
Honolulu, Mn -., I-!M. 1 11: tr
iHu iiiljl jBiillrlin.
t1etgett lo firlllff .Vcl fo i'cinv,
Hut KulablUhfd for iA lUwflt of All.
TUESDAY, NOV. l:t, ls.u
Conviction by the Nntivu Jury -Liquor
A n.itivo jury yotonlay ri'iitlorod
a vi'rilii't of guilty, without li-avinu
tlio box, against Kalutia (or latvi'tiy
ceeonil h'fri'o. Jtnli' ioir MMit
utiuotl tlcfcmlant to two yearn' hard
labor ami pay $1 cost.
Katiiktt tititl livootlu'r native", all
jotitig men and boy. aro on trial to
day by a native jury for no.iaull with
a dangerous weapon on a Cliinamau.
Uartwell a.ist prosecution; Kane
and 1'aeliaole for tliftniiluiit!.
Nollo proe(tii havo been entered
iu tlio following vama; !'. Jollixar,
liquor iolliti;: frclhtou for tie
fundaut. A. Lucca, li.juor .elliiiK;
IV'tercon and C'reiu'litou for defeml
ant. A. do Madetro!, liipior "oiling;
Kinney for defendant. J. V. Uibbs
liquor dolliiiKi Croijjlitoii for defend
ant. Mrs. M. Lucca, Inptor julliiifj;
IVtorson and I reih'liton for defend
ant. Kalei Matinaloa, platutitr, lias dic
eoutiutied appeal iu a replevin eaxe
nninst Kealoliapauole Makalit from
W.iuilua District Court.
V. C. Aeld ha tiled a motioii to
vacate the order of 57 a week ali
mony to his wife, pending the di
vorce suit against her, on tim ground
that Lipiue Kern and Mr. Add hae
for souie time been living together
as man and wife.
TUEUE WILL BE Sl'EECUKS
At tho Aniorlcun Longno's Annlvor
eiiry Hull on Monday.
Nest Monday evening, at the Am
ericau Leagues ball, there will be
three short addreines befure '.I u'elocU
by the following speaker-.
Ktlward Towse. Subjeel; "The
Hirth, Life ami Objects of the Am
Mr. Johnstone. Subject. "Aniiea
tion." Charles Carter. Subject: "The
Thu LaHt Hi;ular l'orfornuiuco.
"Wages of Sin" will be given to
night for the lirst time in this city.
It is a play of more than usual in
terest and uas chosen by Manager
Dailuy to close the seaioll. The
story is of one (ieorge llrautl, a
young curate uho ix alllauced to
ttuth Hope and i robbed of her
hand by Stephen Marler, who in
duces llarbara Hare, a victim of his
trickery, to toll Kulh that Mr. Uriuiil
Itetrayed her. Stephen and Kulh
aro married and ycan of ininery and
poverty follow, including a term
of iiiiirisouiiient nerved by her to
save her child's life. ISarbara re
pouts ami tells Itulh the truth, and
the latter seeks and funis Marler iu a
thieves' den, whereuiion he at
tempts to murder her. Brand arrive
iu time to save her life and in a
hand-to-hand light whips Marler
ami is finally compelled to kill him,
the wages of his mu thus being
GobjhiI Mission Pavilion.
Rev. ICric Lewis and Lieutenant
Stilemau of II. It. M. S. Hyacinth
located tho premises on Wichardn
and Merchant streets as the place
for the holding of gospel meetings
to begin on Thursday uet A tent
will be erected there and a series nf
gospel meetings will bo held by Itev.
T. U. Garvin, assisted by the uther
two gentlemen mentioned. The
meeting will be open to the general
publtu and no collections will lie
taken. Tho sympathy ami co-operation
of Christian workers will be
welcome, A prayer meeting and
hymu practice will be held this
evuuing iu Harmony Hall at 7 W.
Volunteers needed to aid iu the
Sulo ot Wftiuiiimilo I'liintution.
It was reported this morning, on
the arrival of the China, that a San
Francisco syndicate hail purchased
John A. Cummins' interest iu the
Waimaualo plantation, ami that this
deal was the object of Oil. .Mac far
lane's sudden visit to Sail Francisco
last month. The price paid is said
to be a fraction above par.
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specially of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the sot or
The tramcars and busies did a big
busiuess yesterday evening between
town and Waikiki. Lveryhody
wanted to hear the Hawaiian Na
tional band play at Sans Smiei, and
the popular hostelry was crowd
ed, l'ho music was line ami the
moonlight and Waikiki atmosphere
A gray-haired native policotna.t
rushed clow n to the Marshal's oll'ice y ., . .
this noon with a grievance. He had "' '0,-
been assaulted by native royali'ts .. inm.i , i .i,,, it,,, oMVl1
living near Washington Place. He ' lOpoiled tll.lt 1110 KOSC
did not prcot.t any outward signs 13 x JlKUjcus CclhJoridllUS)
of being assaulted. He wauteil to 1
swear out a warrant for the arrest of 1;ls nuulo its appoanmCC ill (llO
the royalists for assault. When .... ... , . , ,
ouestiotieil as to whether he had KulMKl dlMriCt and li blOWlV
any witnees, he answered in the .. . , ,
negative. Therefore hin complaint WCIUlmjr its WSIV OVCrlaiHt to
was not entertained. The facts a ii;i 1 ;,,(,..,., .1: .1, nniiiK
stated bv him are a-follows: While lll(' "' intcmii.vll.Uv. pcHlll.s.
strolling along P.eretania street tins ij lUr js, no a ir0fH s,.
morning he saw a boj playing mar - ;
bles on the street. Ho asked the niCI". CctllH'tlUontly it IllUSt IlilVO
bov where his home was and why he . , . ,, ...
didn't go to eh.o! The boy direct IV011 lUtrOilUcVil Oil I lawail by
ed the officer to his ti.irenls' home. . . . ,
The parents were asL.nl why they Persons will) look plants tlk'IV
didn't seiul the boy to school. They f 1 1,,,,,,)..!.. M, , ...t ,N .,j.
replied that he was too voting, not 1 "HI l 'Mil lllill. mu.iuilm.iui
being six years of ago. The ollicer down PV tllC Ijoard Ol I'OIO.stiy
was advising them to send tho boy ,..,;.,,r ... ,1.. ,..,..,: nf
to school, when two other natives IOI.IIIIIJJ 10 UK i.ininjj 01
who were iresctit cried out, "O. he p;mt.S ,UV Midi that it is lint
hoohui aina kia," (This is an an- . . . .. 1
negationist), and ran the olllcor out pHlbaNo tllCV have Ivcil V10-
of the house. l.ltod lV tllC OlliployCCN. LoVOIS
s. s. china ol plants and llowoi.s may have
The P. M. S. S. China, Captain Minified" tllcir favorites 111
.Sbury, catne alongside the Pacilic nil1js 0, lH)XCv, tl, personal
Mail wharf about t o'clock this . '
morning from San Francisco. Klin eilCUS .HHl lllll lllllicicu llj'Uii
Not only is our Slock tlio Impost, but
our prices tiro tho LOWEST, mid our tonus
Iho most LURIv,VL over oflcrod tho public.
Iuy Fine lui'iiishins of us, tit Lower
Prices Ihnn nvu charged for inferior "Tildes
elsewhere, and enjoy thoin while you are
Hopp S Co.,
iSTo. T'-l ICixig Street
will convene, after the American Congress
is sized up.
Wo convene every day for tho con
venience of people who want the best
carriage avoiIc done for a little money.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No 70 G?Uf3yri Straot
A'i mi nrl il" Hint in"! iu
p." wi-nr, ti it' I tlii-M- "axw -e-pic
i! nrrrtlly -int ci'"! !- tl
Wrnr, nnd If tlicy ilen't pi'l
ill Ir in inry'H wu'tli tli y
Mtm t I'oinn iiriiln.
li-t " well arc 1 J ir foicT
'11 Tli wi-nrrr I.irh. . in
11 A Mu-iirii.'" bliiM. fur
IjiI rin. I I'dililr. ti tin- 'In'
ili.rliir ..f iuy dlliiir 1 iitlin-M.-tiJii-
for men nrc Imiii;Ii fur lluOr
ilil'nlililty. If 11 nun Imyit 11
li ! Hint ' lin-iiki nwti)" In n
wk k ur tu lin ilini'l v 11 lit iiii
ii In r pnlr Iroln lim "iiini- l:n'
l'y. Juntos .V Miiii'itv
lnill.1 tin- I'i'M (ii'lil "lim' mi
I !n' 1 il.tr km .
left San FraticiHco on Nov. 0 and ,(, j r,j s n, j.jhborj
sage to port. During the laid two what lu piOVeil lllO Worst
dayn experienced Miuthealerly . ,1. , imniiiri-if..l in
wind.. The uteanter had very little P' Mhll .l! IllinilJIialcil I 10
cargo rort hid port. L lie ciiina will le I lawaiUUI IMaiUlS. ApUIIISIl-
reoii me her voyage to the Oriental .,,,, ;,i ., i;mi , i,,,;i:MlP v,u-
l:.'Ui o'clock the, afternoon. Il'l" Utile nnilmjj 01-
(Jlintoii M. Wilber i-j tin; new pur ccMor SUlltV 111 It WOlllil be
cron tho China. This is Inn lint . . , , . , ,
trip mi Uw China Mr. M intern h.v. about rifjllt fur people W'llO Jo
retired. Mr. IVarne, a ..ni of Cap- 0, 0f tllilH,', particularly
tain IVarne of the S. b. Gaelic, t .1
the obliging olorekeener. Thee as tlleiO lias IVeil nothing JlS-
i;v,""n " 'Vro "i" tj'B",k,of covered that will annihilate the
the Iln.LKTiN for favom received. .... , ,
. rj,c iH.r, Mr, Auirsden has
President Dole wa . nt lilj ollice , , 1 ... fu s(u y ,f p .sls
thin uioriiiug. A t alunel meeting J '
ua held. The convening of the .UUl blights .lIUl done about
LeLMi-lature wa ilicued, hut no .........i,: ,,, .1 .1. li,,..
date fixed for the event. .,. .....s ...... u. hi. mhm.i-
tion ill lives and plains: he has
introduced numerous things
believed to be elTectual in doinj
up l he pesky things without
much success: imw il he will
just biinj,' in a few kinii bats
and l rv ihem we believe it
would be the nkans of tjivint,'
us plenty of loses.
If you have ever noticed an
advertisement in the magazine'
of a patent cji.tj cups you pro
bably wanted one of them.
W'e Rceied a few by the
Australia and if ytui are not mo
late in asking you :a v,c! them
of us without sendinj,' to the
(oast. They'ie made of por
celain and you simply break
your e.qijs in the cup. screw on
a lid and drop the whole busi
ness into hoi water. In a few
minutes they are boiled, take
nlf the lid, put in salt, butter
and peppei and dive in. You
, can be assured of jjood health v
ejijjs and you do not burn your
( linjiers by takinjr -lT t Iil shells.
We are selling an electrical
outlil which includes bell, bal
, lery, push button and lifty feet
ol insulated wire for 2.().
This is about the best ihinv;
you can t,rel in the way of an
alaim bell and we never heard
11 "ill! ol 111, Mil h.illlir vol, I Inl ,s.s
-" ' '-'
money. If your son has any
inclination toward electricity
buy him an outlil.
If there are people in town
who enjoy bathing in their
neighbor's procelain lined tub
rather than in their own zinc
from tin hImivh ninl iitliur ''l
kit' hii li'tii urn f.ir -ii'ii ill i r
N'i M'liir, N in l-'niii Si.
Ilin 1 iiihi nrr jii.t iiiiiii,
mi, I li- tlir v. r inicM HlyliH,
in 1 11 priri's 10 kiiit lie linn-.
105 Fort Slret.t.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Good. ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
eil.miiAK ItKIMlDO.M bKI'8,
hOKAH. IiOIINOKH, W.MIDKOIIKH.
MIKKOIIH MOtll.lHNOH KTO., K.rO.
Special Featuve No. 1 White Seamless Matting
IVr Ite'l el Id Yuril. IIS.U).
And a PitiO Quality for $9 per Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent ' Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179 TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
HurTopi to II. K. WIIIIbiiii.I
609 AND 611 KING STREET
TllIIV ill1!' IIMIU pl'OpIl' in
Honolulu who think 1 1 icy
iiiv not iirojicrly clad iiiiIchs
thV tfiii'iiit'iitu tlu-y wciir
cost .?:!() or .?!(). Tho iv:i
Mm is sippinvnt llicy sire
An invoice of tho
MISS n.AltKR JIAK KKTCUSKIi
ir in I'ni 'osi Hint will r-Miiiif
iJn -nin:ikiin; ut 'Xi Itirr mii:i m, MHi-hii
Court Camoes, No 8110.
''Ill-; lli:ill'i Alt MKKTINnoKCOfltl
l ;;.'; N, vi',,'V,l,rtV.slVrilir-' ''nl' xv-' would recommend
hit f rii i -ti mil I in In-ill IIIIS Illl'.rt
!''Yi'KK,N.('' i'.1 '''" ' .".' ul,"'lr a pot ol bath enamel paint by
liill, I urt Mrn t lln uif.s of imiHirtitiiri' ' . ' '
..ii I,.. tnin-ii t-.i, nii.t un Hfutii.. . ur-1 which a .me tub can be made
ur.ri to in' im win Itrntlmrs .( Uniirt 1 .11
iiKiiio iiii.i in i. nil vIbiiiiik iiruiiium mr is olieerlul and clean b any
o 1 1 u. I i y mvilril to lit imiiI, i -i i
,-U "''''liar. ,,lh-. llllS P;lml 'W5 l'll
Mild lor years a is especially
MEBTINON0TI0E. , plv.p;lla ()r lLSC n yM tubs.
'rin: a.nni a i. mi:ktisu ii TiiK is in vituut containeis enough
I I'lllllll I fill III , l.'ll, Will III' lll'lll III I '
i hi i'iiin.iiiv oiiici', iiii'uu -iri'tit, on io paint a tub.
Illl l:ll.V, UlU I'llll lllt.,llt II HUllH'k ' . l.; i i- i
'..." '."?. yerlheim I riplex Sewmj!
fci'i-'r t mini I'i'i'il Co., I.imilii I. . , . . . . ' .
n'' ; Machine is cheaper than any
meeting notice. "tlii-T make at liull ihe money
rn.iK asm m.:.:t.s . tub bcc:u,sc h Joos ,hrw di,lc,vnl
.J,!;;:::;l'il,;,::ri::ir,.!;!"f.!:;;,0;, s,.y' ;'' w.rk. i-vcry iajy
I'lllMAY, S,,v Ii.iIi.iii 7:or . . A full lO toeS lk'1 OWil SeWllltT
iilli'luliun'i' I-riin iii'il, Hi Inl-illi'Mi nf mi- ....
i.riiiii.'.' iii i-iMiiin in mi. iiiOuiiiiiK tin Knows what a bother il is Io
llll'llllll IU I III t'l' HI MTVI' inr mi' I'll
- imp eur. II. A I'A It M KI.KIv,
Ivi ryliody 'h not r'u-h in Colobratod 'Shnotn''
liift, iiin-t pcoiilc in this .... . , x..,j
,. , ' ' ... Ivator juot roceivod
world Imvc lo i' ; nullity
iimvi' on to in. dec both ends direct from tho Springn
meet, iiml nt the end of I he 3v,.n ri i-n.n4 n
, ... . , In fanioto, californiQ.
y.w luive iioIIiiii lo lio v
V,,r ,l,(,i'.' 1li1,hM1' :'x,,,'l "" "Shaotn" io tho
oxh'a wniiule or two.
finect ralnor'al vuior
LHdieS. ln th0 world. It io
I have soinethiiiir t!mt will uned in ovory loading
strike your fancy in the , . , , , ,, ,.
. ,. i . tJ ni hotel and on all tho
Hliape ot a .liicKet a v lan-
nel .Ineket with il xillc stripe railway dining cars in
u pi ifcet lit or no Mile. ,. ii4,rtj C5,nl
i i ' , c , tho unltod ctatoa.
I boiilit M'Vcml casi's ot
thcHe .liickcts very cheap nei,. v,
.. , .,,. J . ''Shaota io tho
lor ciisli. They lire just
the tiling to slip on to make Queon of all tablo wa
il call, gn to inai'Kct, a pic
nic, or church in fact,
they are ood enough or with liquor of all
poor enough to wear any
where and everywhere'.
tero; blondo perfectly
with liquor of all
kinda, and lo a natural
rolief for all dioor
dero of the otomochi
Now this is the iinpi rtant kidnoye and liver
part. After you li ive se
lected one that looks well
with your dress and you
Ibid that it IKs, you say,
For sulo by all drug
gioto and tho trado
MACFARLANE CO. LTD,
M'On l,rj .
lil up iiillles with anylhinjf but
a single thread machine. They
also know how annoying it is
V'L!;:;:. "' Iwvc their hard work k'o Io
ni-i'MosAV.s.iu.'K.K::' l1,cccs h' ,hc b"k'K "I a
.hi...,. mil ...... KHij"w,;y llnvad. Ihe Weilheim will
ii1.i...i..iu, N.n.ii.iwriii. kh. 1 1 i.7i sew ilu chain, lock and com-
FOR SuLEl I hllkJ l,K' 'llul lluil1'
one piano, Nearly Naw Tlic Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd,
AI'I'I.V IO THIS OlTHI, 0.h.IUi Hl.roH4.W HI.kiIi,
iiuiH'iuiii, Nil., i ', i'ii. ii-'j ti tnyr vomv TfceMP
Unv.a i i an Ial andti
Mos, '.l.d'i, inadain," or Sole Aoonta for tho
"tfl M1 miss," as tlie case
may be, and tleiv you are.
The modest Clerk docs not
even blush when he is told
"how cheap. '' lie is used
to thin kind of thing.
That tireless toiler after trade,
J. J. MCJAN,
fM Furl street.
1LV.K AGMN TO WORK.
3ST. F BURQES3
I . i r ; 1 1 1 1 ri.i,iriil lo i'UT (iiriliii llo-i'.
Ki ilikll'li, WllllT 'l'llK, III' t-IIW li'llllIK
Hill illl l.iinl. of I'ihiIh hit .r v'if.l . uii'l inl -inu
l'nriiir K nl vik huh Si'l'i'i-, I.huii
Mo. IM ii i.ii'i'i i : iiIhi hi'Ulnit (llM", hi
fui'l itl klniln of j.iIiIiIiik'' Work rmli'il fur
hint ii'lnrii'il IIiiik il. I'd M iltilrt I IVIii
ilioiiu iiny tiiim liofurH ti a. m. IITUll
ELECTION OK OFFICKUS.
At rii t: ANMAi. .mi:i:ii.n(i or
till' Wwllll .Slutll I'iiMI'W, lil''il
llili ilu , tin roliivliii nr-iin- wi-ri' ili-i l
im i)iln'.r tor tin' run. hi 11
Col, .. S. Miulililit;
Mr. K. li. I. mi. .
Mi. il. N. lliilnriMin
Mr. Jo-.'iili II, fiirli'r
iii'iiri'.i' liiil'i'.i, M.I I
I'll' Mi Ml
Vhi-I'iii ill. mi
A TAX ON INCOMES
Im received uniph discttHsion, its chief coinineiida
Hoii. or ciiiidenination. of course, being that it docs
not hit everyliody. "When the llritish (lovernnu'iit
wislu-d to reach everyliody in India with u tax, it
was found necessary to levy it on salt, as that wan
the only article, that everybody usul.
TO INCREASE INCOME:
is the problem to-day engaging every thoughtful
person. There are few indeed, who can get along
without drugs nicd'cines, or the good things kept
by a modern drug store. Is Huh not a fact?
ve wish to make is this: Do you prefer paying the
prices asked for twenty years in Honolulu for drugs
ii nI patent mediciucH, brushes and other sundries,
or buy from us at cut rates? We have gained hun
dreds nf new customers during the past few months.
Why? Hccausc they have found that they gt
everything of the best quality at a less tax on their
SOME! PEOPLE THINK
we haw discontinued cutting, but they are misin
formed. We have not tried to stop. We like it
and we are not sorry we sta'ted it. We will con
tinue so lung as the public approve of our method
of doing business.
THB HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorrj.r ITort Hotel 8ih
From Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. 3L,A.K,G-E A.SSOK.TME32STT.
AUK TIIK -
iiirsriEST ijst flavor
Of any imported, .lust received by
JSOLLISTELR, Se OO.
J. o I'AlflKlt.
hum'tiiry Wiilli.'o Miiuur i .
Honolulu, tun. I.', ibil. t, n