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Holders of water privilege, or thine
paying water ratus, nro Iieroby tiotlno.l
that the hours for Irrigation purposes aru
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., and 5 to 0
o'clock?. M. A. IMIOWN,
SuiHjrliiteiidcut Honolulu Water Work.
J. A. Kino,
Mini-tor of thu Interior,
llonoliilu, May i", ls'JI. USMf
Owing to the drought and jo.ire.lty of
water, the residents above Judd street
aru requested to collect what water the)
may require for Ihium-IiuM purpoi
beforc S o'clock a. m.
tiupcrtntendeut Honolulu Water Work.
Honolulu. 11. 1. Jul 'J'), lstu.
Pledged lo neither Meet mt i'uriy,
Bui RttabUthxi fnr the lienrAt of All.
1 ho suit was on a nolo lo Mr. I 4 np
brown, sold to tho plaintiff. ' I IfAK I HDIf3C
A.K-)sawiufossodjudiMoiit,wlii'h! I II 1 lvl V lK'O
hnqlifcuoiitured, for $317.22 damage ' r J r
mid $.'1.50 costs, to thu complaint of
Cartr Carlur. i
I5 ai?reumunt of couinnl, juiltf- J
tuotil is LMitorud for plaiulilT iu J. K. i
Kahookauo vs. lvona CoflVo and ,
Fruit Co,, and J. D. Paris, gariiUheu. '
lolnnoti for tilanuill; Itosa for uo-
iVfli". , .
Sulphurous funics permeate
fondant. No owtttiou is to issuo (he atmosphere to-day.
until Dw. 10. I'lm Mitt was an as- ' .... .-,,,,
sumpsit for $ioo. , I he rainfall has been a great
J)y nirrcouuMil of oounsul juil ' . f i .i. i i.
muni is ontt.red for tho piaiiitiiTFu coiiiforlcr to the pailies who
S. M. Kauakanui vs. Kona Cotton ' nvM1 rinn; ,K v.,., ,K f,Hhi
and Fruit Co., assumpsit for $30. 0Un U0PS ,lb UUl ,l5 I0 lllL
Aohi for plaintiffs Kosa for defend, people who drive aloillT BerC-
HOPP & CO.
Not only is onr Stock tb3 largest, but
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21, 18'Ji.
Knntpia. charged with assault with hlllill Street past
in appuaraucu on tin. ground of ill- SCUror at I IlOlliaS StlKlie, for
ncss. Jutlgo Coopbr, boing inform-1 ,i. .....: .i.ii.. .i.:.. i. . k . ...
ud thai dcUdaut is playing a gam,., the unsightly thing has been
wastoissut" a lieiu'h warrant this . r.mnVet Th.. .,,.,.1 , ,1,
f ... f.ir 111. r,..K Tim IV. I I UIHJVUl. MIL llllIU IS Ul.V-
llllt'l IIVJWli a wi imp nm-on .. av w
Truckling is thtt word thaloxplaiun
tho crushing defeat of the Demo
cratic part' in tho Xm ember eleo
tions, That party bad an excellent
platform of its own, upon which
Governor Cleveland swept the coun
try. It bad tbo vast negative ad
vantage of an odious tariff bill carried
by the Republicans. This va the
so-called "McKiuluy" bill, although
as it became law its own father could
not recognize it, so knotted and
twisted bail it become under tbo
manipulation of both houses of Con
gress, swayed by a hundred selfish
interests. The effects of that tariff
measure were manifest in a gloomy
train of strikes, riots, parades of the
unemployed, organization of armies
of tramps, some of which invaded
the national capital, and a financial
panic that wrecked banks in every
suction of the Union. Yet the Demo
cratic party, instead of sticking lo
Its clearcul principles, a its able
bead did from first to last of the
chapter, borrowed the clot lies of
the Republicans, consigned though
they had been to the rag closet by
the people, and they cut a sorry
figure too iu the habiliments. Like
the McKinley bill, the so-called
"Wilson" bill was transmogrified,
through the operations of the deft
bands of monopolists, into a non
descript enactment that is neither
llesh, fowl, nor even good herring.
It started in the right direction, ami
on some lines went a good way, but
never reached a goal that could con
sistently display the Hag of tariff
Notwithstanding tin crushing les
son the Democratic party has sus
tained, it would be hasty to assume
that the cause of tariff reform is
dead. Tariff reform is what attract
ed now and vigorou blood to tbo
Democratic party, when it became
the sponsor of that cause. The
principle is ai powerful iu the
hearts of political economists as it
ever was. Every time it is made a
vital issue in an electoral contest, its
potency with the people at large
will ho increased. Ambassador Hay
ard, just before returning to bis
post iu London, struck the keynote
for the retrieval of the Democratic
reverses, when he said: "The neces
sity for pure Democratic tariff legis
lation was never so great as it is
now. Hills for free raw material
should le passed immediately, ami
then the country will be able to con
template the Democratic idea of the
tariff iu full working order for two
years before the national election
rolls around. If this is done I have
little fear that the verdict will be
unsatisfactory iu Is'.Mi." This is wise
advice. The Democratic tariff legis
lation of the last session, although not
approaching the high standard iot
by Cleveland and endorsed through
him by the people, yet made some
breaks in the right direction. Vet
whatever virtues it may have, the
operation of which might make a
telling object lesson for the people,
it has yet bad uo chance to dixplay
There is reason to believe, indeed,
that the shrewd beneficiaries of
high tariff taxation have played a
deceiving game upon the people
to bring the cause of tariff re
form into discredit. They have
without necessity closed factories
and workshops, and attempted to
forco down wages, iu some cases
with results as disastrous to the
public as unprofitable to them
selves. There its yet time for the
Democratic party, before the new
Congress begins, to go the full
length of ilB original policy. This
would give the nation an experience
of tariff reform which might cause
another electoral tidal wave iu IMM,
on whoso crest the Democratic can
didate for President would be snept
in triumph into the White House.
Huvurul OonfoBHloiiB of Judgmuut
Oullliigii from tho i'lltm.
A. lloBa coufeHMid judgment to
the suit of F. Jl. Ilayseldeii, triiH
tee, for I'.HK) tiriucipal and iU7.T
ilitere.1t. Cecil Drown for pluiutiff.
ptity Attorney-General has asked agreeable bill the ailllOVailCC is
that tbo warrant bo delayed until I
o'clock, to jio himself and the decreased when yoll llllVC A
prison physician an opportunity of',, . .,. , ,,. ...
examining the defendant's condi- , I larllliailll bled A;lt. It IS as-
liAs all defendants in oases set for! tonishlng lluW lliclb' and
this morning confessed judgment, tliorouijlllv the Soles of tile
there was nothing to engage tho at- n '
tontion of native jurors. At i:jto hocs are cleaned by rubbing
o'clock they were excused, ami tho ... ,
Court adjourned, for the day. IlleiU OUT tile Steel. We have
A sheaf of allidavits has been filed . . . t
in behalf of John llapa's motion , the IlKlls 111 VUIIOUS Sizes lor
for a new trial, he having been con- i, , i,,,... . .,. , ,. ,,,,1,1;,.
victed of robbJrv. , " 0. OIC 01 pilWlL
.ludgo Cooper" dismissed the ap- blll'ldillg.
peal on points of law of l(. l'alau,
convicted below of soiling liquor i Another novelty in the way
without a license. Defendant noted ' , ,., . . ,
exceptions to the ruling. Deputy of a Blacking Box. By tile
Attorney General ISobertsou for',,,-. ,-. ,, . ... . . 1 .
proooution; Kaulia and Johnson I C D. Biyaill VC rCCCIVCd !l
S&'ttllnB is bearing the f Bh.cki.1g Boxes (J;lP-jury-waived
case of J. Keanti vs. ancJ .u nickeled), which fold
lour rii'it'iiiiuia 111 ! uiiucti in. mi. i- '
tioit in Kona. This is the disitute up against
that produced the affrav, iu which .
a Japanese was killed ami a native Completely
ponce man nun anon er man were w ...... . 1. .. .:.. 1 :..
wounded. Kinney for plaintiff; C. VC StfCll tlieill advertised 111
W. AslifonlantlAcliifortlefoiHlants. ,i,,, ,..., ,:.,,.. ..,,1 t1m,ir.
...v. iii,iiS.u.iiiy..- mill lliwil,lll
our prices nro the LOWEST, mul our terms
the most LLBERA.L ever offered the public.
Buy Fine Furnishings of us, at Lower
Prices than are charged for inferior grades
elsowlierc, and enjoy them while you are
tto&jp So Co.,
tTo. 7"4 King Stveot
the wall and are
out of the way.
Indue Cooper is hearinir a motion
for a new trial of Kauiku, convicted lom :l 0,, thing. Yoil Were
of assault with a dangerous weapon, i ..." . ,
live others having been acquitted, right 111 yoill" opilllOII because
The ground of motion is that one of ,,' . ., . . ,,
the jurors hat! not iiualiliml to serto tlk'V iV U good tiling and Well
by taking the oath of allegiance. u ,1. ,1., co Z( im ivie ',
llartwell for plaintiff; Kane for the . Mlll llle 2.i0 'OU p.iy lOI
motion. I hem
1.t.h The motion is over-ruled. ,
Counsel for defendant has notified 'iL Pivilliei ligll ClIPS do
the Court that 11. Wilgerotb vs. , '
Kwa IMantation Co. has been set- Dot seem lo be kllOWII here
tied out of Court. C. W. Asbford . , . .- ., .
for plaintiff; W. 11. Castle for do- judging llOlll tile many lllilUI
fendant. Tliis caie was entered for ' ,.;.. , , 1,,,,. , 1,., 1 r., ., iil .
the February term, ISIKI, and t.0 "OS We Have Il.ld 1.0111 people
tinuetl at various times. The jury w10 s;,j wy YA ncvo- l;ir
disagreed at the August term. I
Plaintiff claimed sioMi damages for of them. These cups are made
removal from the job of sugar boiler 1 ,. . . ...
iu the defendant mill. , of porcelain just like a tea cup,
A decree awaits the signature of, 1 . , . , ,
the .Supreme Court, sustaining the Ollly smaller, UIKI IlIlVC It nickel
decree of the Circuit Court, wliich nl.,i . I i,,n .viich v,.r..ii((. ,m
over-ruled the demurrer of defend, I'I,UlU ,uP '" SlUWSOIl.
ant t the petition of Samuel Norris 1 --,c t.()u. ,rcas (lc 0ggS ill
(HmliHt It,. Ue llelblity. 1
A knu petitions that letters or j tile Clip Ulld IHltS tile lid Oil aild
adminiHtration of the estate of All I., , . . . , ,
See, late of Ilaualei, valued at SBKI,
isue to C. Wiuamof Honolulu. The
notice of hearing appears iu this
from nil the (l. br.itfd
l-'ni'lnrlu In tin1 Hnllrit
IMl'OllTKltH, WHOl.KSAI.K AND ItKI'.MI. DKAI.KItS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner Fort 4c H.otol 8t8
From Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LARGE AeeOT?rM"rTnsTT
Cor. Fort and Merchant Strootn.
OTH1NQ so correct as a New
Break. We manufacture all
kinds to order and we have
ample time hclwoon now and
the holidays to get up some
thing that will make a very suitable present.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MT'G CO.,
NTo. 70 Queen Street.
There are some people in
Honolulu who think they
tire not properly clad unleHs
the .irinents they wear
(ted tf.'Nl or $10. 'Phe ivn
8on is apparent they are
Evi ryliody is not rich in
tact, nioht people in thin
world have to get a mighty
move on to make both eiulu
meet, and at the end of the
year have nothing to show
for their lalior except an
extra wrinkle or two.
r have something that will
Mrike your fancy in the
shape of a .Jacket a Flan
nel .Jacket with a .silk stripe
a pi rfect lit or no Kile.
I bought several cases of
these .Jackets 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,
they are good enough or
poor enough to wear any
where and everywhere.
Now this is the important
part. After you have se
lected one that looks well
with your dress and you
then drops it into hot water
In a few minutes the cjjjj is
cooked and brought to table in
the cup. The advantages ul
this ojj.ij cup are several. In
the lirst place there is no dan
ger of having a superannuated
eije; dropping into your jjlass
when you are ready to eat your
breakfast; if the eifijs arc too
ripe it is not known outside
the kitchen because your cook
will learn of it when he breaks
the shell, and before the ejji; is
cooked. It is not a pleasant
occupation to break the shell of
a hot ejf.ij anyway. If it was
boiled cjjjjs would not have
been placed in the armpits of
criminals in the day of the in
quisition. With a Premier cup
you simply unscrew the lid and
the e&ij is ready to eat, and
your linger tips have not been
sci ii died. We sell the cups
singly or by the dozen.
It's a little more than a
month until Christmas and you
probably haven't made the
slightest preparation lor it. Let
us call your attention ajjain to
our assortment ot Uookwood.
It contains a number of useful
pieces as well as some tfood
only for ornamentation. There
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Sleek 1
Hill. Ill OAK llKllltOOM HK'IH,
HOKAH. I.OIINOKS, VA KIIKOIIKH,
MIKIIOIIH. MOIIi.DIMlH. Km.. KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er Ititll ol II) Yinln, $l'.!.(Xi.
And a Fine Quality for $9 por Roll
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bull 179. TELEPHONE Mninal 76.
IBilcrctiHorsto (). K. WlltlMHlfi.)
609 AND 611 KING STREET
are no duplicates; every piece
differs from its neighbor either
in decoration or shape
Arn nil iirlVIn tlml nmsi po.
ii wrnr, Hint tin"-.' sum. i'o.
pic n-liernlly WMil ko'hI Knot
WVur, niiil If llii-y iIiiii'I j;h!
III. ir iiiunfy'n VMirlli Hi y
won't riiiau hiiIm.
llmt 111 well lire a J'iv foiovnr
-in tin wwiriT. l.Miiii, He tin
iikii A Mm iiki.i.'h HIiid'n fur
Ui'lit-h mill I'lillilri'ii Hru ilir
Hiipfrliir of any utlii-r niniiii-
wood compares favorabl' with
liud that it fits, you Hay, Crown Derby or Royal Wor-
"Jlow much.''" jcesler but is much less expen-
T'lin Ciolnoinnti s'Vt'- ,Ilc -'ulurinj fc richness
never throws tire-
(! Oil iniiiliiin " ni' mm.,
......-, ii,,... ..,.., ... JWIIIW.
The "Alameda" will brine,
us other jjoods for Christmas;
beloie niakiiii pin chases ehe
wheie come and look at urn
".l.(H) miss," as thu ease
may be, and there you are.
The modest Clerk does not
even blush when he is told
"how cheap." lie is used
to this kind of thing.
That tireless toiler after trade,
,J. J. KUAN,
fiM Fort htreet.
The Hawaiian Hardware Go. Ltd.
for nii'ii uru lioii;lit for llirli
itiirululity. If ii until buyH u
bin r llirtl ' lirrnkii mwhj" In u
WH'I. or two Iniilon'l w nut mi.
n'lifi' piilr from Inc fiiiue fun
lory. JoilNcos ,V M inin Y
iniiKi' tlu liat Ui'IU'h hlioc on
from tliu alxiVH hihI other wi-ll
km w ii llrniH urn fur .aln ul or
Niw hiniiK, No lll'i I'niir Si.
'I'll''!.!' I'iiIiIh liri jllSt 0il'lllll,
mnl uh Urn v ry luli-M htyli'f,
Hint ut irli'nx to milt lliu llnn.
10S Fort Struct.
I IV l inj to anuouncr I he
alum of our ai'linl from the
nlntf.n vhrrc he. hit lieru
xpendimj tin jinnt year ;
liuj iinrfiil l.'iioirluhjt' ton
IIV rtr bcltri' irciiaml than
to Jill (ii'dri'noi' anylhintj
the line of dicoi'ati repaint
iny ou rhinti, ijIiihh or tiny
Lea re your order early fur
Dinner, Xmas or other tardu
of Hawaiian yet-up.
IIV ?iiji' male a spieially
ufralnrhiy lanti rn xlidtx, ami
Call and net what w hart
ATAflllPrti Mili'lliii'lnrrrol I nil. y
. JAUUIiPI, Wrmmhl Iron IVn.
fur lliiriul Uili, ItfHlili'lii'i'a, IIiiiiIhiii., II. il
roiili's, utii. Union Mlril, niiiri) iipiioltii
lluiriuMur. H7.vtf i
JI.KOXION OK OFt'IOKHB.
I Till; ADJOUHNKI) ASSUAI.
Mi'iiilni'ol tlic Mmov I' i 1 1 I'd , 1,'n,
liclil on l'rnlii),ilii. Willi lusi., tin' follow
lli! Olllivi uru-cli't'li-il lur tin' i'iiMllli;
en i ;
I-,. I'. Muni irliini' l'ri"lilriii
W. I .Mien . V I'ri-l.lent
l' V. .Miit'fuiliine .. Mitii'ni'i 'I'leus'r
I . Kliimii Amliiur
I'. It. Vitlii . .. Hiiiniiiry
l II. VIIIA,
liuu-st rtvv'y Union IViil i.'u , j.
is the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It 'ih manufactured after a eckbrated formula now
iu our possession. The materials used are the purot
obtainable; contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or guniH, and its use cannot be otherwise than pleas
ant and bene licial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the preser
vation of their teeth, do them harm by using a tooth
powder containing excessive; "grit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excessive friction, but hurt the gums.
A trial of Ai.oiia Tooth 1'owdku will convince
anyone of its merits and the advantage of using a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can be certain.
It is attractively put up, and will be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and liltered.
The ()m,y Uki.imii.k Watkii Fii.tkii is the Slack k
Bl'OWDlOW. They are undo on scieiitilio pri iciplcs. They
are accessible iu all parts and can be readily denied.
PA 01 Kit! UAKDWAItti CO., lD
UUUN'KIt KOUr .V. MliltCIIANT STItKKTS.