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HotiloM of water irlvllegoi, or thmi
paying wator ratus, are liuroli noUlietl
that the Iioum for irrlgitlon purpooa are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a, m., and 3 to (I
o'clock P.M. A. IIKOWN,
Huiierltituinleut Honolulu Wntrr Work
J. A. Kimi,
Mint-tor of thu Interior.
Honolulu, May Jj, Is'JI. tIM-if
ftliiC gnUj gUUn.
Timely Topie. war Kllfflors
SATUHDAY, M)V. '-'I. lh'J4
BUOAU 7 KU6 W JJJiAL.
Wo understand that tlio Wwlern
Sugar Jfafiuury Company of a;r.i
Frauoist'o, who have cMiitri.vts with
the sugar planters hero lor their
sugar for some two or throe yoara to
come, are at ailing iIiuiiimIu oi
certain elauus in the contracts
which givo it the pritilege of snip
ping direct to Now York a certain
proportion of thu sugar. contracted
for, and which wo understand is as
much as one-third of the entire
crop, in the present instance lliej
only ask for the No. J and M sugars
to go in the maimer referred to, and
which is probably not o or !.'" per
cent of thu whole tugar manufac
tured. The reason git en for the
change is that thu large crop ex
pected from the Inlands combined
with tho large California beet sugar
output will give thu Pacific Coat
more sugar than the demand re
quires, aud thu Western Kelitiery
Company have therefore decided to
take this method of disposing of the
surplus without involtuig the ex
pense of paying two freights.
A NEW 81EAM.EU.
Nothing Definite as to Ilor Itouto.
but Shu la liuro to bluy.
Tho Hawaiian steamer Daisy Kim
ball, Captain Wocli, arnted Hub
morning Irom llilo, whicti port "lie
left at noon yesterday 1'lie steamer
stopped at Caupahoolioo to pick up
Cap l. Win. Matsou, the owner, si. ty
ing there a couple of hours. .She
brought a little less than a ton of
cargo from .San Francisco coimguoit
to people in Honolulu, aud airitud
at llilo from San Francisco on Nov.
ID, after a pleasant pnago of nine
days. Captain Uock states lie would
have mauo it in less time but for the
"greou" lircmcu he had. I'lie Datny
Kimball made the passage to lulu
without a chronometer, ami the
compass on board was two points
Thu Daisy Kimball is about two
years old, ami was formerly engaged
in the lumber Hade. Her dimen
sions are; Length, l.'ll.." ft ; breadth,
31 ft.; depth of hold, KMi ft. Her
tonnage is 20-.!H, and nor sugar
carrying capacity is estimated to Do
about JAW nags. She is luted with
electric lights and isnoiuovthal simi
lar in appearance to the steamer Ha
waii, but not so large. Mie can
carry mute a number ol pasMiiiucm.
Captain Matsou has not decided
where aud when the Daisy kniilmll
will go next, but Males that she
will be engaged in iuter-islanil trade.
Sonth ot Mr. Dowuoy.
.1. T. Downey has died at llilo,
where ho went lor medical treat uieiii.
Mr. Downey was a ijuarterinaster on
the steamer Idaho, winch ran be
tween hero aud California m I-iIn
Fellow ollicurs on that steamer wlio
Mirvito him here were Hubert Fn-ueli
mid Harry Webb. .Mr. Down.y was
a cooper by tradu aud when he left
tho sea worked at that trade for .Mr.
Hopper. He was a popular mom
ber of the French lodge of .Masons,
and, as a private citizen, highly es
teemed as a quiet and nelt-coudiiel-od
mail. Mr. Downey was a native
of Australia, and lii years of age.
He was married in Oregon ami
loaves a wife and an adopted child
here. Thu body was brought to
town by the Kiuau, and will be
buried with masonic rites by Lodge
lo l'rogres du l'Uceauie, Alio. A: A.
Sr. rite, at 2 p. in. to-morrow from
the hall, Fort street.
Work of thu Drodn'j.
The dredge will complete deepen
ing the harbor near the Uahu Kail
way wharf in about a week. She
will then bo taken on the Marine
Hallway to be cleaned. An order
was sunt by the S. S. China to au
Francisco for a now cable to replace
tho one which parted the other day.
Vliuii tho cable arrives the dredge
will be put to work between the
new wharvoR near tho old Custom
House wharf. The next scene ol
operatiou will bu the I'lshmarket
wharf, aud after completing a iniieh
ueeded improvement there thu
dredge will go out aud remove the
saudspit where the steamer Keau
hou got stuck thu other night.
At Williams' Studio are to be Keen
Portraits on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the nut or
Dr. McLennan has moved hi." resi
dence and ollice to the (iibsou
premises nust thu (Jpera Houe.
Turkeys for Tlinoksgiving jnt?1ruit'Bui!,icl,!S!
AWr. 24, iSyj.
Tht: edict of the Sujjar Trust
to the effect that one-third of
the sugar crop of these islands
shall be shipped to New York '
via Cape I loin will hae a
rather depressing effect upon
the Coasting vessels between
here and San Francisco. It will
no doubt have its effect in
other ways or the '1 rust would
not insist upon the terms of i
contiacts with the plantation
companies' there being carried
out. Out does not have to
read between the lines in any
thing the Trust does it's ap
paient on the face of it that
the monopolists get whatever
benetit there is in the change.
We are prepared now to meet
the demands of our customers
for goods fur Chiistmas and
we think we have a good as
sortment. After many days the pocket
cutleiy Irom NVastenholms's
facility has arrived and it com- ,
prises evei thing in the way
if pocket knives suitable for
lit lie and big folks.
The demand for llaviland
China with carnation pattern
seem not to diminish and it
is dillicult for us to keep up '
with it. The Alameda, how- i
evci, biought us a large invoice
ol all soit of dishes and we
can till any orders for single
dishes, dozens or sets. l;or
gifts at anv season ol the year
01 loi any occasion there is
nothing piettier or more scr-
We luxe always cairied a
large assortment of Silver plated
ware and have generally satis
lied eseiyone except those who
wanted solid silver. For this
season we have purchased a
stock in Calilorma which in
cludes both plated and solid ,
and we hope to meet the do-'
mauds of plain eeryday folk as
well as those whose ideas run
toward the elegant. Our solid
goods comprise Sugar Shells, '
Butter Knives, Soup and Gravy
Ladles. Salad Sets. Fish Sets,
hesere and Merry Spoons,
Sugar longs, Olive Spoons and ,
Forks. Sadine Forks, Cold
Aeat Folks, Lei l uce Forks, l3on ;
lion Scoops, I'ie Knives. Then
theie arc a number of combina
tion sets: some of them con-'
lain lea Spoons, Mutter Knife,
Sugai Shell, Cieam Ladle and
Sugar Tongs a very handsome
present lor Christinas. Other
sets are for Merries, some for
Oysters. One to which we
call especial attention contains ,
a half dozen Individual Mutter'
Spieaders and the same num-,
ber of plates. We think we '
cm suit eveiyoiie as to designs '
because they are the very latest. '
We know our pi ices are right, j
We hae also in stock an
assortment of Aluminum ware,
in small pieces for seivice or
Cooking utensils are made j
ol this ware and are used in '
pielerence to iron or agate ;
owing to lightness and durabil
ity. In our selection this year
we hae included Griddle
Cake I'ans and Fry Fans.
Drinking Cups and 'lea Sets
ol three pieces. Ihey are as
liidu as a leather and'everlas!
ini. We have also Flasks,
Match Moxes, Fancy Combs
and Hair Combs that never
weai out. Faienl lime squeez
ers, i an eniiiely new article
here) did tiavs. Sleeve Links
aA many oilier things to suit
A small slock ol cut glass-
waie m choice patterns onlv
JUST ARRIVED ! !
The war betwt on China and
Japau is Rtill on. So far tho
lapinesn have all the host of I
it. How long this will last,
time alone can toll.
Flushed by their numerous
victories, the Japanese are
pushing their armies into Chi
nese territory. The capture
of l'ing Yang with its forts
and tiea jure was their fust
The naval battle at the
mouth of thu Yalu Itiver aud !
the total detriu tion of throe
Chinoe tnon-of-war followed
tlii quickly. The final e.xpul-1
sioti of the Choice fioiii Corea
and the capture of Kietv Lien
Chang left thu road open to
the Japs lo both Moukdeu
To carry on this warfare
Japan has (so far) unlisted one
hundred thousand men aside
from her regular standing
army, and hundreds of the
bone and sinew of tho land of
t he chrysanthemum nro crowd
ing the recruiting otlices daily.
This has caused the price of
labor to increase, UK) . In
consequence Japanese mate
rial and products of every
description hate nearly dou
bled in price.
Howeter, as we hail our
large Cluistmas order in seve
ral mouths ago, we will not
Why trade with firms who
carryau assortment of goods
that are of Inferior quality or
made by tho cheapest labor,
when you can get the best for
tho same price? We guaran
tee every article in our store
to be the very best that the
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that were in
vogue before war was declared.
A lure,!' iissoilineiit
lui" jti-d boon re
ceived per "It. 1'
Iticliot" unit '('. I)
Hiyiint," iiiid more
to hi rive per "Trnii; c,
Kvory variety, style
iiml price in the
Furniture line. The
l"t mid niosl va
ried in Honolulu.
Cull mid inspect mir
KCo:pr s Co.,
Wo. T4 King Street
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner ort A Hotel Ste
From Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A T-jAJR-GKE .A.SSSOlS.'rTvr'FlWT
Wo have an assortment of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please the
inol Fastidious. Kvory lady
is particular about the Hand
kerchiefs she ues We have
all kinds Plain, Meautifully
Kmhroidi'rid, Drawn and
Open Work all Colors and
Doilies, hand painted and
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Saslo'S, Silk andCropeShawls,
mid a variety of Scarfs. We
also received a large variety
of Silk Drrss (Joo'ls.
V lllKlkA.. 1
'& .i?"iL tMMmt. .." fimMLm
.iiwj :i.r.. r;tvr
f'omnll tlinl'l xh
1'itPl. rlr In Hip PnltiM
IMI'lMUKUd, WHOI.KHAI.K AND Itl'.TMI. DKAI.KItS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOIiIilSTER te CO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant StrootH
As a Role
We have Silk Shirts-white
and colored either plain or
embroidered; Cravats, Neck
ties w every variety, shade
mid shape, Sinoeloiig Jackets
and Caps, that are a pleasure
to wear, and Silk and Col ton
1'ajiinas that are comfortable
and well made; alro the two
extremes Straws Hit and
Nothing in Honolulu can
approach the small order of
Hoots that we have. They
were made by the best Japn
nose Mechanics, and we guar
antee the quality, style, fit
and finish Calf, I'atout
Leather and Tan.
Articles, Mich as Tea Cosies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fine Table aud lied Cover,
anil pretty Chair Macks we
have in profiiMou.
Alno some Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Christms nud
New Year's that are pretty
Good Fat Cornfed Turkeys
mil TIUNh-' IV I T .l
Waikiki Poultry Yard.
V- Onion to l left with
f. V. .MAI'I'Altl.AM.,
lllKJ-lil ul Muclnrliinc A Co .
Uiu lamp ilcp.tilniciil is fili
al with the latest designs
llanijim,', liniuiict aiul Piano
l.ampv An inspeLtion is in
iUl. Die Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
Oppit Hprfkl, irtonk.
Rnjoy Christmas princi
pally because they receive love
olleriugs from parents and
friends, A good preeul to
give a boy is one of our lint
terlly I'ius, and a nice proMint
for your girl can bo had by
getting one of our Hooks of
Kairy Tales, they aro made of
line Crepe paper profusely
Illustrated and the Stories are
translated from Old Japanese
Ynu do mil gel nunc Hum
your nioiiev's wortli wiien
yon niiike ii iiii'cluiM; uml u
;rctit ninny lime- not quite
Your gooil coliiliioii el-(
will tell you tliul inift con
corn'!, if lliey fullillod llu
pledge niiule in tlicir udver-ti-enieiil,
could not nl -i
liioiilli-. "Long AlUM-r"
mid willi your good judg
ment decide wlio icnlly
curries (lie best .selected
.stock; wlio-e ood.s me of the
"I'ixixt 0.1 ai.itv;" wln
gives "Tim: Must Knit Tin:
My ood loniliiiie tlii
iiinlity, iviili ns low u price
i iiiiie good- cull lie pur
cluised untwliele. Sin Ii
Hues us I curry, miniot he
purcliiised by reiiiuiiiiiig ut
lnine uml writing for them;
uml for that reuson I inula .
my yearly trips to tho iiiur- '
kels of the World. ricl;ing
up it new line here, a few !
pieces there, until I hnve
gulliorod together every
thing now uml doii;iUe in
my ninny linos.
You'd he astonished to
got a KINK I'MltltKLLA,
haml.-oiuoly carved head,
with a line stylih ouuo to
mutch, both mounted in
The s,.( for this i about
what a cane alone ucil to
cost; ami yet this is what
wo are oH'oring you now;
and I his is only one of muny
iiitiolos at popular prices
ollered thi .season hy
H. F. WIGRMAN,
.i nn nrl'cli' Hint iihs no
pe -x-nr nil I IIipi snliie jh0'
1'le c norsliv wmi ijiiiI I'ki
Wi'nr, iohI If llicy ilmi'l i;ii
lii Ir in ne-yS infill Hi y
nn't i'iiiiic mnlu.
ill ii II1 well nt' J it foii'wr
-nlli nrnrr littl.li, Hi nn
nut A .Miti III l.l.'s Hllli'n tor
ltlim niul I'liililnn nn 'lie
Hiipirlor nf nny ulliT tiinnil-fni'tiiMi
for men nri Ixiniilit f.ir lliir
illirnlililty. if n in-ill Inly H
Ii e llit ' lirmks nny" In u
I. nr two liei'iri't am nil
n lor uur fn-iil Uic -:i rn fun
le-y. .I(iiiniin ,v Mi urn v
iniikc 'lie l'i'l iiriit's hliiM-i.ii
frnm ihn iitiovi-uml ellii'r p
kii'ittn ll'iiii nn f-ir -nin ni onr
Nm hrniir, Nn K Kobt St.
'lien nM)iln lire Jiim irn.l,
sinl lire tlie v ry mii-n slyli",
nu I u prircs to unit tlif times
105 Fort Strom.
v OTIIING so correct as n Now
i Break. Wo iiianufactnro all
kinds lo order and we have
ampin time between now and
tbe holidays to get up some
thing that will make a very suitable present.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MT'G CO.,
No. 70 Quefm ti'ts)'.
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Gams of
i- the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It is manufactured after a roll hrated formula now
in our possession. The materials used are the purc-L
nlitainahle : contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or gums, and its use cannot lie otherwise than pleas
ant and henelicial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the pref-er-vation
of tin ir teeth, do them harm hy using a tooth
powder containing excessive "grit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel hy excessive friction, hut hurt the gums.
A trial of Aloha. Tooth Powhku will convince
anyone of its merits and the advantage of using a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can he certain.
It is attractively put up, and will he sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
ANYONK WHO HNS I'l I'Y Oil HI'.
ImiiIihii nrniH'rlv lur hiIi nt hi1 i:i-Ii
hi i ii rriisiiniiiil iirn'i. Hint inlilr.
lUitf T. II.. Iliillinin Olliri-.
AN llNKtiUNMBIIIIl) COITAIIK KuK
fmiilly of four, tiiliurliK iirvfi'r imI
IKnf Aiily A. It . Iliili'lili(lllu.i.
ATARITPM Mniiiifiii'tiirnrnf I'liiH'y
. JAUUIill, Wrmmlil Iron I'' "
fur lliirml Uili, lli'iiili'iii'fH, ll.irilniiH, ll.il
rniilrs, rltl tlliliin ktrii'l, liriir.y iiimili
Smiil SomothluiT Hitwnilnn to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should he hoiled and liltered.
The Ovi.v Kkliaulk Watku Fii.tku is the Slack k
Browolow. They are mule on seientiiic principles. They
are aceessihle in all purls and can he readily denied.
PACIFIC HAHDWAKH CO., Il.)
CO UN' Kit FOUT MKHCIIANT STUKIITS.