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Owing to the drouulit nn I mi roily of
water, tho ro'lilonls aliovo .Iwlil direct
oro reiilotPd to rolled wlnt v:ilor I liny
may rciiulrn for liimielioM urHi-cs
beforn 3 u'oloulc a. m.
Bujiorlntomlent Untinlnlit Wntor Works.
Honolulu, H. I..Iulj '2i,lf!i.
ItnMur. of wntrr iirlvlltw, or tln
laylti water rntei, nni horuliy no tllcil
tlint the Ihmm for Irrigitluti nirm.ii nrc
from 7 to s o'olnuk . m., anil .1 in r
o'cluclc r m. A. II HOWS,
Supurttitciiilonl Ilnuuliilil W.itor WorUi.
J. A. Kimi,
Milil'liTof the Interior.
Honolulu, .May St, INK. 1 LSI-if
Slit U jLjuUrtht.
Pledged to n'Utet Srct not I'urty,
Hut Eitablhhrd (or li Hfnsflt of All.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. II, 1X94
Penalty for Shooting a Baseball
Pitcher Cunningham ott U'rlul
Matters In l'robnto.
This forouoon Arthur Wliito, on
tho foreign uriuiiunl caltiiulnr, )li'.'itl
etl guilty to assault with a danger
ous weapon. Uu was AoiiU'iieiMl to
imprisoiiinout at hard labor for
twenty-four hoiiM ami to pay $yMJ
liuu nml 2.oU costs. I. Noumauu
for dofondaut. Whito shot ami
wounded Woods, a colored b.wball
piteher, iu tho leg, after having
chastised him with a whip. I'lie
motive for the assault was a stat
motit made openly by Woods, that
it was to While he had sold out a
certain baseball match.
The trial of Ivauiku and live others
by a Hawaiian jury for assault with
a dangerous weapon wan continued
to-day. Judge Cooper charged the
jury at 1;'KJ p.m , It Ijoiug agreed be
tween counsel that he should do so
orally. At 1:10 the jury retired,
lit half an hour they returned with
a verdict of guilty against Kanihu
and not guilty an to the live other.
W. M. Cunningham is being tried,
u appeal from the District Couit,
by a foreign jury this afternoon for
violation of the game lawn, 111 carry
ing li rearms without licence. Kinney
assists prosecution; Wosa. Creightmi
and 1'etersou for defendant. J, (.'.
ciiiiiu and Wm. IMiillips were ex
eued by the pro.-eeiitiou, and A.
Young, ). S. .Martin and C. 11. Hip
to,) by the defense. The tollowiug
jury being satisfactory to both par
ties were sworn: C . Gray, Frank
llustace, lVter High, C. V. Sturde
vant, W.U. Woolen, W. W. Dimoml,
C. b Wollo.J. Weir Uobertson, I,.
F. Bishop, 1 D. Wicke,J..I. Kjjaii
and ) ). .Sullivan.
S. U. Wilder wiw tho first wUiicm.
He was a defendant iu a civil Miit
for $10,01)0 damages brought by do
feudaiil on account of refusal of a
hunting license to him by the Mini
ter of the Interior. Witness then
related how ho had watched defend
ant at Kwa when the alleged uUViiso
W. U. Smith, administrator of the
will or the late Itohert IJrowii, has
filed a receipt from W. U. Anhley,
Kegistrar of Accounts, for SftiT.M)
tax on legacies.
Akima petitions that he be ap
pointed guardian of the properly of
his son, Ah Hoy, :i yearn of age,
living in Canton, China. The buy'
mother was a Hawaiian, from whom
petitioner was divorced.
Samuel Kubey petitions that he
be appointed administrator of the
estate of his late wife, Yatta Kubev.
which consists of ..'110 iu Sprocket
bank. The heirs are two sons, aged
Ul and 10 years respectively, ami
petitioner asks for teiiijiorary letter
to enable him to provide for their
necessities and for his" wife's funeral
expenses, as he is iu destitute cir
cumstances. .Mr Kubey lost his
business by the fire on King street
mime months ago. Judge Whiting
has granted temporary letters as
prayed for, under .'SHOO bond.
PROM CHINESE SOURCES.
Ohiun is Said to Not Bo in Such n
Bad Way After All.
The Chinese News office received
North China papers by the S. S.
China yesterday. The latest dates
give accounts of the Yalu naval on-
Sragement between the Clnne-o and
laimnoso warships. They persist iu
Baying that four of the Japanese
warships wore sunk as well as live
of the Chinese. (According to all
other sources of information, none
of the Japanese ships were sunk.;
Captain Fong of the Chinese boat
Taiyuon was executed forcowardice.
The Japanese had embarked thirty
thousand men at Hiroshima to be
mustered on the Yellow sea. The
papers state that honors were
ulightly in favor of the Japanese,
but their viotorioa were gained
through the iusullieienl drilling of
the Chinese army.
Chinese residents do not believe
the report that China wants peace.
Said a well known resident. "You
will see China will be victorious in
the end. Besides being a big na
tion, the Chinese are sturdy, big and
well built. The Japanese are all
Henry Wilson, the postmaster at
AVelshton, Florida, Hays he cured a
case of diarrhiea of long standing in
six hours, with one small bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrlnra Itemed'. What a pleasant
surprise that must have been to the
nullerer. Such cures are not un
usual with this remedy. In many
instances only one or two doses are
required to give permanent relief.
It can always be depended upon.
When reduced with water it Is pleas
aut to take. For sale by all ileal
urn. Benson, Smith A; Co., A iron Is
for the Hawaiian Islands.
DFPORTINO A WIFE
Hor Husband Says Ho is Soudlug
Hor to Jtipau for Trontmont
There was a sensation on the Pacl 1
lie Mail wharf yesterday previous to v - , 0 .
tho China's departure for the Orient. Afn . , oo..
A Japanese with his wife and child ,. . . . .. . ,. .,
were tho principals. The man had It IS ivpoilcd lll;lt UlC UuSC
taken his wife to the steamer with n , ,, ,,,;,,. C.dbnlnH iiiii:
the understanding that all three Hl WWIi IIS (.illtlilUI hlllllS)
wore to be passengers. At the wharf us m;Uc Jjs appeanillCC ill tllC
id., u-ifn tinn1il.nl lo the fact that ' '
her husband was going to si ay in Koll.lhl dlMllCt Alki IS slowly
Honolulu and send them to Japan. 11,
She refused to go and all efforts of WOihilliJI its WAV OVOrlAlKl t()
the husband to get away 1 nun nor ,,., , . . ,imi,ii;..i . nn:nf.
were unavailing. The native llovvor 'H'O 'l'1-' ink'imcUhUO poilHS.
women a.si-ted t heir foreign sister -p, j b , a , swjn,
111 locating the man every time lie r
made an effort to hide himself. ,ncr coilSOilUOnllv 11 IllUSt llAVO
Captain Patterson of the harbor . ' .
police and other ollicers endeavored bCOIl Illtl'OiluCCd Oil HAWAII by
to iret in format ion from the woman. . . . .
hut not knowing the Japauce Ian- pOlMUKs WI10 look plAlllS thCIO
guage could get no satisfaclioii. At f 1 nnn,.i,, T1P n,..s U.
length the steward of the China H0I11 I lOllOllllll. I lie IlllcMdUl
talked to her and extracted her tale Jown bv tllO IJoAI'd of l;OI'Cstry
of woe. The man claimed that the ... . .i ,,..,.,:,,.- flf
woman was not in her right mind, ICKlllllR w Ilk' ulliyinjr Ol
and he was sending her back to p;ulN ,lro j,Ut'h 111 At it is Hot
Japan for treatment. At the last .',,,., ,
the woman was persuaded to go on prub.lMc tllO)' llAVO IVCll VIO-
board. It was pitiful to see her lt . j ,y ,K cnipr,yCcS. LoVCR
with weeping eyes protesting against ' '
being separated from her husband, ol phllltS Alld IIOWOIMllAV llAVO
,T:..rT".i...i .-.. snuilod Iheir favorilcs in
and organ maker ami tuner, can fur- tl'llIIKS 01' bOXOS .IS poiOHAl
nish best factory referMjc.s Orders r ( j foflfc, , upon
left at Hawaiian Newn Co. will ''..-.. , . . .'
ceive prompt attention. All work tlk'ir friOlkls A1U1 neijjlll10l'
rccJorT,!,t0lH, th,,"lll,,,, M .what has proven the worst
- - pest that ever immigrated to
By Jas. V. Morgan. the I lAWAiiAll blAllds. A pilllish-
-r -- iiient witli a little boiling Wor-
110 RSK SALE ?' " in " ,wo"!d f"'
about right for people who do
this sort of thing, particularly
On SATfUnAY, Nov. ITtb as there ha been nothing dis-
at i2ovi.orK noon. covered that will annihilate the
I w I .,1. ,t IM-.llr A.. -tie, n. lie ya-,1 ... I0 - Ml' MaiSlleil lUS
Mr j 1 Peweti .)M siwt, "wJo a careful study of pl.s
and blights and done about
40 Head Horses & Mares fflhilM,tt t
introduced numerous things
believed to be elTectual in doing
up the pebky things without
much success now if he will
ju.M bring in a few king bal.s
and trv them we believe it
Dn TIIITUSDAY, X..v. IS WM,,,J lv ,w HK.U12. f Kivinjj
ti pieiuy 01 lose.v
Mr jfs- $Hy
from nil tlio Cel-br-ded
Knrt' rloi In tho tlnltpd
The Hawaiian Senate
IMl'OhTKIM. WIIOI.KSAI.K AND IM'.TMI. tir.AI.RI1H tN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Moichant St'OotB
HOPP & CO.
Not only is our Stock tho largest, but
our prices ttro tho LOWEST, ;ii(l our lorm.s
u most LLJ5KRAL ever oflbi'ed tho public.
tty Fino Kurnisliings of us, at Lower
Trices llian arc clmru'ccl lor inferior "Tados
will convene after the American Congress
is Rizod up.
AVo convene every day for the con
venience of people who want the best
carriage work done for a little money.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
isTo TO Qu3en Street.
Jcm F Tulorptrvn.
l II. I. UK I'ON'IIM'KI)
AT HI O'CLOCK A. M.,
nttli.. Knr..f II V. .S'i.MII)r SON-wli-n
t mtc ill Im.iili-rril n(iiii:i'
it uriuifiii 01
'li'nlx, laniitiii.rii, I'm 1 iii-U,
Itii kukliio 11 uiiilfliitli. )'!.,
Ati't iififrniinl it jriiprul niMirimi' 1 if
JO.t3 JP. JMor5a.Il,
11-7 11 AUCTIONKKIt
elsewhere, and enjoy them while you arc
3top:p cS Co.,
No. T-i King Street
If von have ever noticed an
adeilis.'iiieiit in the magazine
PA 1 1 (V: ((( of a P'"01" cJr CI,PS .V()U .i1,('-
lAiiiiud uvjuij b;lbIv w:ink.j 01K. of fllL.nii
We received a few by the
Aulralia and if you are not too
lale in akinn you can gel them
of us without sending lo the
Coast. They're made of por
celain and you simply break
your eggs in the cup, screw on
a lid and drop the whole busi
ness into hot water. In a few
Then' iiiv miik pmili. in mjm,toN I hey are boiled, lake
Honolulu who think t wy ,)V nj , ; ,
jiiv not pioiifi'ly el.'iil unless ' . .
the Krim.iilHth.v wear a,ui JVPP 1 dive m ou
cost io in- $10. 'Hie ifii- c;m he assured of good healthy
Mn i- iippnreiit they niv eggs and you do not burn your
rich. lingers by taking olT the shells.
t . ( We are selling an electrical
A flCI. ' cuitllt which includes bell, bat-
ISvt ryho'ly U not rich in tery, push button and lifly leet
I'jict, mo-it people iu thi of insulated wire for $2M).
world have t j;ct :i mlylily J'his is about ihe besl thing
move on to nuke both umls C;m , jn (ht. way of a
meet, nnd at the end ol the . . . ,. , , , ,
year have ....thing to .show a an n bell-and we lexer hea.d
for their labor except an ol ,hcm 1)CmK sold for less
extra wrinkle or two. .money. If your son has any
inclination toward clectricilv
L3Q16S. buy him an outlit.
I have .something that will j lf ,hciv :11V People in town
utrike your fancy in the i who enjo bathing in their
hhape of a .Jacket a Flan- ' neighbor's piocelain lined tub
nel .Jacket with a ilk utripc niher than in their own zinc
-a p.rfeet tit or no salt-. ' jtfJt Wv. wouM IVCummelK
i noiiiii several cases oi
for cash. Thcv nrc inst
t lie- thing to .slip on to make as cheeilul and clean as any
a call, go to market, a pic- other. This paint has been
nic, or church in fad, m.UI nr years and is especially
they are good cnoili or ptvpaivY ,'or UM. jn )ath Uli,;,
p..,,,- enough to wear any- , , js . conlainers enough
where and even where. . ' .
, to paint a tub.
The PriCC. Werlluim Triplex Sewing
..... , Midline is cheaper than any
.Now this is the impm1n..t.ot, k , , y
part. Atler yon h.ive he-1 . . . ,, ,.,v J
lected one thai l.,oks wll bcc:ulSl-' " d(K's ,l,IVc M"
with your dress and you styles ol woik. hvery lady
lind thai it lits, yon wiy, who does her own sewing
"How iniichV" ' knows what a bother it is to
Th qalpemnn ' lil up ri,,lles wilh :in'thill bul
Ifle aaiesman a single thread machine. They
mms, SI. ()o, madam," or also know how annoying it is
"SI. uo misK," a-, the (.the io have their hard woik go to
may he, and there) on .tre. pjca.s 1y ,,c hvaking ol a
The modest Clerk io:s..ot hro;u ,k. Wei!hcini win
even Itllish when he is told .. . . , , .
how cheap." He is used ?v ' L V,,l,,,,1 ,I.,L? ,UK' Ll""
ocu aiul cliam.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goodt ! Latesi Designs ! Largest Stock !
sl II. MK KKIIItOlIM HKIri,
IKH IIIIMIKS. WAI'.IIHOIIKH,
MlltimitH MOt.l.N(IH. HI-!'., KTI).
Sprial Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
IW Ki.11 of 411 Yurcln, I'J.(KI.
And a Piuo Quality for $9 por Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent Chairs for Rent !
Btil! 179 TELEPHONES Mntual 76
Hiu'P(.f.ont in t). K, SVIIIiMiua.l
09 AND 611 KING STREET
They are hint whidi a auk tub can be made
.r an nri'i'l" Unit nni t m.
i c Hi.iir nn i tl.t'rx hiiiui. ,M'i
I'll' !? lUTiilly M'llllt KO'il I'lHlt
Wi-nr, iiihI II ilii'y ilun'l i-i-i
ll. lr in hi. j'- wonli lit y
Ullll't I'lllllll lll'llill.
to this kind of thin. Pll)al
That tireless toiler after trade,
J. .1. IOtJAN,
fill loil htrcct. i
Tlic Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd,
Ovi"tt HjirtHik.iln' Itlook,
of vom1 nTHitm1.
lint li' Wl'll II H' ii J i fan t -IT
u lie BHiirrr I. vn li, Si i i
in n A MiTi III l i.'h Hliui-h fur
I .u i - .in.l i Inlilr n i.rn In
ili.'riir nf n) niter iiiiiiii
fur ii I'll Mrc I'liiiijlil fir inc r
ilii'ii'.i'lly. if a in mi li i)'h a
kIi i' til it ' lira lk nv.ll)" ill II
iil; nr tun In"' ci. 't a mil nn
ii li.r .:nr fr.'lil ll.e Miinr Ini'
In y. Jiiiinmi.s A Mi Kiin
liiiiKi' lli lio l ('lilt' Mi.. i' .in
f rum Him hihivk mill ntlmr vvull
kii- vvn li in nrc f.ir n'i itt o r
Nni Muiik, N'ii IHi I-'iiht sr
'III" i' i;ihiiIh ll re juit hkiiuI,
hiiiI mi' tint v rv nli'H M.ylw,
nn n iirii'fi lo Milt id. 111111'
10'i l'ort Strotit.
A TAX ON INCOMES
has received n.uoh (Ihcuhhoii, Hh chief commenda
tion, or condemnation, of course, being that it docs
not hit everybody. "When iho Jlritish (Joverninont
wished to reach everybody it. India will, a tax, it
was found necessary to levy it on salt, as that was
he only article that evi rybody um d.
TO INCREASE INCOME
is the problem to-day engaging every thoughtful
person. There arc few indeed, who can get along
without drugs nied'cincs, or the good things kept
by a modern drug More. Is this not a fact?
ve wish to make is this: Do j'ou prefer paying the
prices asked for twenty years in Honolulu for drugs
and patent medicines, hriHhc and other sundries,
or buy from us at cut rates? ."Wo have gained hun
dred of new customers during the past low months.
Why? Because they have found that the' get
everything of the best quality at a less ta.v on their
SOME PEOPLE THINK
we havo discontinued cutting, but they arc mihin
formed. We have not tried to stop. We like it
ami we are not sorry we started it. Wo will con
tinue so long as the public approve of our method
of doing business.
THE HOBRON DRUG GO.
I IV Iicij to (itinoiiiict the.
rdiirn of our ttrliiit from Ihc
tilnlcs ivht'i'c he. luttt ha n
upciKlhiij Ihc jKtxt ijtar Kirk
hi; nxrfiil kwnvlfdyr mid
II V are held r jii'ipttml than
errr to Jill orders foe anithiiiy
on the line of dceoratire paint
imj on china, yhtxx or tiny
I. voce your order early for
Dinner, Xmtt or other ittrdx
of J In wni inn yet-up.
He ?ioh make it spieiiilty
of eoloriny lantern hIiiIcr, and
Cull and Me wliiil ue hau
KLKOTION OK Ol'VIOEHB.
AT TIM. ANNl'.M. MIIKI'INd o."
lllll WvlllKK hi ll VII I'uvll'ANy, III' III
lliW ilnv, I tit- fnllnvvlni: n'r(in vvurx I'lerl
nl i lilii' r lur lit.' I'lini'iit iiir :
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner Fort & Hole) Bt.a
rrom Recent Direct Importations
MAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
LTT IB TINTS
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LARGrE ASSORTMENT,
I'nl. . H. hialilliii!
M. I.' 1 1 'C
.'. I . ... ' I .'inn t
Mr O. N. llnli-riKiiM TriiiHiinr
Mi .lii.i'iili O. Cnrli'r Kn'ri'ltry
ll.iri. lliirln.il M ll An. Illi. r
inlii I run I'Viw
I r lliirlnl lili Itimiili'liivN. (I'IIiImiii.. Ilnl .1. o CA 11 IK II.
riinii'M. I'tii I'iiiiiii tiri'i'i, ni'iiny niin-'lli. hi-cri'inr) Wnllivuhnitur Co.
lliillTiiAur. 117.'. ll i llunulillu, Nov. li, Ib'll. 1 1 lit
A TAflUfM .Miiiiil.iiint'1'riif I'liii-v
u, uuwuuii) Wriiil
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and llltered.
The Oni.v Ji:i,iaiu.i: Watkh Fii.tf.u is the Slack it
BroWlllOW. They are ui'idn on xciciitilin ni. ciplcs. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily denied.
PACIFIC .IIAKDVVAUU CO., L'D
COItNlilt FOHT & MKII0I1ANT STIIKISTS.