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Holders of water privileges, or Uhh
paying water rates, aru licruby tio'ilk'd
that the hours (or Irrigation purpose nru
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., and : to (I
o'clock p.m. A. HHOWN,
SuperlntoiiJeiit Honolulu Wnter Works
J. A. Kino,
Minister ol tliu Interior.
Honolulu, May-id, 18'JI. . USUI
1u gnUj gttUrtin.
TUESDAY, NOV. 27, 1M.
An editorial that appeared yostor
day, on punal numtuous, had boon in
typo for a week awaiting iunurtiou.
Since it wan writtcm tlioUmurntiuHit
has carried out thu law, in ouo in
stance, by having thiu-dilor of tin
Holomua cited by summons instead
of arrested by warrant.
Some peoplo need to be informed
that the new Congress of thu United
States, elected last mouth, will not
assemblo until December of IS'.).),
The present Congress will meet this
winter, and, if tho Administration
finds it expodient, may have an extra
session uoxt summer. If the Demo
cratic party takes thu advh-o of
Embassador Bayard, just boforu he
returned to his post in Loudon, it
will yet pass a tarilT law in accord
anro with the principles upon which
it elected President Cleveland.
Native Maator Workmnn
Whlto at Work.
Josoph Kola, foreman of thu labor
era at tho Honolulu Iron Works,
fell in a faint at 8:15 o'clock this
morning noar thu coppersmith shop.
Several natives lomilomied the man
without etTect and it was decided to
take him to Dr. Drodio's. Ho was
Eut into a hack and sat with his
ead bent on his breast, until arriv
al at the doctor's. Soinu medicine
was given him ami he recovered
somewhat. Ho was taken into the
doctor's ollico and laid on a lounge.
Preparations were being made to
take Kola home, when he gnvu two
gasps and died. Heart faiiuru was
tho cause of death. Kola was about
thirty-six years of age and loaves a
wife and family. Tho funeral will
take nlace to-morrow afternoon.
Alex. Voting has kindly volunteered
to defray the funeral expenses. Kola
has been in thu employ of the Hono
lulu Iron Works for twenty years.
Those who witnessed the tug-of-vnr
tournaments some time ago will re
member Joe Kola, captain of the
MOKE MARINE JAO.
Ita RaaulU aro tho Ooolor and Vimm
in tho Morning.
The crew of the Hawaiian steamer
Kimball, which has been purchased
by tho Wildur's Steamship Co.. were
paid off yesterday forenoon. Three
of themeu,Jausen, LeroyChildsaud
, Win. Houston started uptown to
paint it a bright red. Towards even
ing two of them became quite weak
in the legs and were actually help
less. Ollicor Kupihca met the men
on Bethel street near the Bay Horse
Saloon and endeavored to remove
one of theiu to more comfortable
quarters at the Station, where he
could sleep without danger of being
run over. Jauseu objected to the
removal of his shipmate, so much so
that he was also arrested for ob
structing justice. Houston pleaded
guilty to a charge of driiuueuuesH
this morning aud was lined $'2 and
SI costs. Jauseu was fined f.r. The
men were to leave on the Kiuau this
afternoon for Ililo on business.
"The Queen of Table Waters."
" THE LEA DISC, DIETETIC
Xe.w Yuri Tribune.
"HAS LONC HELP A J'nSh
TIPS OF VSCIIALLESdEP I'llE
EMJtXEXVE O.X THE PI.WEII
TABLES OF THE W'lUll.P."
S7. Jumrs llutlijft.
. For Hale at ClrenUy Itmlnod ltat-
F. A. Sohaefer & Co.
IHKKKIIY FOItlllll ANY AND A I.I.
I'iuii9 from luudliij or wiiii; upmi
my property known u I'uuloit, Jiisirlct of
Kwa.Ouliu. J. 1. IioWKI.IT.
Honolulu, Nov. L'7, lb!U. UliVJw
1JIAVK THIH DAY, h .irhil power
ol attorney, tippoluUil m. miii, Kilnnnt
Dowsrtt, lo truiiMiut nil my linln-i In re
gard to my property on the Ixlund of
Muni. .1. I. DOWhhIT.
Honolulu, Xov.-!7, trill, ll'J.vJ
DUKINQ MY AIIBKNdK KKOMTHK
Hawaiian Inlands, Ylm rVuri.uk I
a'ltliorned under 'nil ivor o( nttoruey to
trammel all Imilnoas (or in.
Honolulu, Nov. :", law. I lm iw
rpHIJ IINUKHHIUNKI) JIAVK DULY
X npK)lnted Mr Ylm Heurock uiid-r
lull iHjwer ol attoiii'y lo iiolli-ui n'l out
atanuliiK delta (or our linn.
WIN (I ON WO A CO.,
Iy Ylm iMon.
Honolulu, Nov, 7, 1801. illis-lw
'(V. 24, lSi)4. j
The edict of the Sugar Trust
to the elTect that one-third of
the sugar crop of these islands '
shall be shipped to New York j
via Cape I loin will have a
rather depressing elTect upon
the Coasting vessels between
here and San Francisco. It will j
no doubt have its etTect in
other ways or the Trust would
not insist upon the terms of
contracts with the plantation
companies' there being carried '
out. One does not have lo '
read between the lines in any- j
thing the Trust docs it's ap- .
parent on the face of it that ;
the monopolists get whatever1
benefit there is in the change.
We are prepared now to meet
the demands of our customers
for goods for Christmas and
we think we have a good as
sortment. After many days the pocket
cutlery from Wastcnholms's
factory has arrived and it com
prises everything in the way
of pocket knives suitable for I
little and big folks. j
The demand for llaviland
China with carnation pattern j
seems not to diminish and it i
is dillicult for us to keep up j
with it. The Alameda, how-
ever, brought us a large invoice !
of all soils of dishes and we
can till any orders for single j
dishes, dozens or sets. Fori
gifts at any season of the year !
or for any occasion there is '
nothing prettier or more ser-
We have always carried a !
large assortment of Silver plated i
ware and have generally atis- j
lied everyone except those who ,
wanted solid silver. For this j
season we have purchased a i
stock in California which in-l
eludes both plated and solid
and wa hope to meet the de
mands of plain everyday 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,
Preserve and Berry Spoons.
Sugar Tongs, Olive Spoons and
Forks, Sadine Forks, Cold
Aeat Forks, Lettuce Forks, Bon
Bon Scoops, Pie Knives. Then
there are a number of combina
tion sets; some of them con
tain lea Spoons, Butter Knife,
Sugar Shell, Cream Ladle and
Sugar Tongs a very handsome
present for Christmas. Other
sets are for Berries, some for
Oysters. One to which we
call especial attention contains
a half dozen Individual Butter
Spreaders and the same num
ber of plates. We think we
can suit everyone as to designs
because they are the very latest.
We kiioic our prices are right.
We have also in stock an
assort men t of Aluminum ware
in small pieces for service or
Cooking utensils are made
of this ware and are used in
preference to iron or agate
owing to lightness and durabil
ity. In our selection this year
we have included Griddle
Cake Pans and Fry Pans.
Drinking Cups and lea Sets
of three pieces. They are as
light as a feather and everlast
ing. We have also Flasks,
Watch Boxes, Fancy Combs
and Hair Comb that never
wear out. Patent lime squeez
ers, (an entirely new article
here) card trays, Sleeve Links
and many other things to suit i
A small stock of cut glass
ware in choice patterns only
and containing articles service
able for table use.
Our lamp department is fill
ed with the latesl designs
:minmr smi.niiM :m,1 I'imihi
Lamps. An inspection is in
vited. Tbe Hawaiian Hardwire Go. Ltd
OgHM M 1 1
The war lie! ween China and
lapau is still on. So far the
Japanese have all Hie bent of I
it. llo.v long this will last,
time alone can tell.
Flushed by I heir numerous
victories, the Japanese are
tiushini' (heir armies into Chi-
inse territory. The capture j '
of Vliiff Yang with its forts
nun treasure whs ineir nisi
The naval bitlle at the
mouth of the Valu Hivor and
the total tiestructmn of three .
Chinese men-ofvvar followed
this quickly. The final expul
sion of the Chinofo from Corea
aud (he capture of Kiew Lien
Chang left tho road open to
the Japs to both Moukdeu
To carry on this warfaro
Japan has (so far) enlisted one
hundred thousand men aside
from her regular standing
army, ami hundreds of the
bone and sinew of the land of
the chrysant hemum aro crowd
ing the recruiting olllces dally.
This has caused thu price of
labor to increase UK) . In
consequence Japanese mate
rial and products of every
description have nearly dou
bled in price.
However, as we had our
large Christmas order in seve
ral mouths ago, we will not
Why trade with firms who
carry an assortment of goods
that aro of inferior quality or
made by the cheapest labor,
when you can get the best for
the same price? We guaran
tee every article in our store
to be the very bst that the
Japanese market can produce
and at prices that were in
vogue before war was de
clared. For Ladies
We have an assortment of
Articles both Useful and Orna
mental that must please the
most Fastidious. Every lady
is particular about the Hand
kerchiefs she uses. Wo have
all kinds -Plain, lleautifully
Embroidered, Drawn and
Open Work all Colors and
Doilies, hand painted and
embroidered, Crepe Silk
Sashep, Silk and Crepe Shaw Is,
and a variety of Scarfs. We
also received a large variety
of Silk Dress Goods.
Wo have Silk Shirts -white
aud colored either plain or
embroidered; Crnvats, Neck
ties of every variety, shade
and shape, Smocking Jackets
and Caps, that are a pleasure
to wear, titnl Silk and Cotton
I'ajamaH that are comfortaliln
and well made; alno the two
extremes Straws Hat aud
Nothing in Honolulu can
approach the small order of
Hoots that we have. They
were made by the best Japa
nese Mechanics, and we guar
antee the quality, style, fit
and finish Calf, Patent
Leather aud Tan.
Articles, such as Toa Conies
for covering Tea Services, etc.
Fine Table and lied Covers,
and pretty Chair Hacks we
have iu profusion.
Also homo Menu Cards for
Thanksgiving, Chrihtui'is and
New Year's that aru pretty
Kujoy Christmas princi
pally bocause they receive lovo
otreriugs from parents aud
friends, A good present to
give a boy is one of our Itiit
lerily Pius, and a nice present
for your girl can be had by
getting ono of our Hooks of
Fairy Talus, they are made of
line Crepe paper profusely
Illustrated and tho Storio.i aru
translated from Old Japanese
las js, ,,, ,.(1.
euivotl per "K.
Kioliol" nml '('.
liiyinil, nml tunic
to airivo jilt "Timi
EH.o;p;p &, Co.,
NTo. 7"4 Xing Street
l.MI'UUTKUS. WIIOI.KSAI.K AND IIKTAII. DK.M.RUS IN
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
Cor. Fort and Morohant StrootH
1 1 Hawaiian
I., r i...... ...:ii.,... .. 'i
(' in i-i-ini; t ll mull, tl ,
m m L-k v
ik .Mother without :
;; a Baby?
What ! i
in llnbt without a ;
;' Pair of !;
105 Fort Street.
O. R. cfe L. Co.
Tbauksfiivlfig Dy, Nov, 29.
1 v "
I'KAHI. CITV UT.TTUN;
1st Glass, 75c. 2d Olass, 00c
KWA I'l.A .STATION .V ItKITItS:
1st Olaas, $1, I'd Oluas, 75c
Tr.ilni leave Honolulu at mI'ia. i
M.uml lil.'i r. m.
gko. p.ITenison, ,
IHM 'i Hiiiriiitiiniiiiil. j
Wire -:- Nails
WII.DElt "&"C0., li.
" " 'v7Svfo
I'.voi-y variety, style
ami price in (lie
Furniture linn. Tho
bcrtl ami most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call ami inspect our
l"in nil tlio i. br. t-d
Pact-!? lu thr Unltrd
Christmas Cards !
Wnlcr Color Cauls of
tiinn Onnnnn 0
man .VCD i
l i t AMJO i : i
Bond Something Hawaiian to Your
RING BROS.' ART STORE
Real Estate and Loans
Tim enlargement of tho LOAN .Market
hi . to euv.r Uih v.auu uml tiercusliles ol
the lnrue uuniborof liono-nliln eo In who
urn not owiiitm ol iiiiliiciimburvil Itenl
Ivhlnln wiim oiif ol Hit mutt iioceasury liuio
viitiuiiD ul rm'ciit imr-i. To uuny It lm
iiienut relief from preoslnt- clninii nt the
very tlnitt when inoit exneutlsl. When
iirniierlv uml Imnoralily uoiulncteil this
himlnei. N ul muiilly went liuiiortuiife
ami value to thu community us JliilhliliK
hihI Uian Association liuve proved them
ee to be.
The Hawaiian Iuvestmeat Go.
MhLuh n ieuialty ol Netotlatlni; ami l'ro
fiirini! Uittiii Hr Horrowera who are tin
ulilu to ilUcoiilit their Notes at the llauka
mill who iln not cure to uhllu'tilu tlicm-
xnlvuu lo miim friend or tiriituiintuiiue hy
HNkliii; IiU ouiloreiueutH to lliulr Notu.
llurxos, Milieu, WttuoiiH, Carrlaj-es and
1'iTMimil l'roiriy wllliout reiuovlni" ilm
1'roi.erty Irom thu llorrower's iiosnemlon.
unl till liiialnuis will he conducted una
bTllltJTI.Y CONKIIIKNTIA.I. UABIS.
Ttio Hawaiian IuteBtmeat Co.,
Gksi-.iul Hkai. Estate Aoests,
1.1 nml 15 KHliunmnu Btriets,
(Nar l'obt Oitlce )
Notary Pub'lc. Mutual Telephone G39.
On FWDA.Y, Nov. !K)tli,
THK KNTli.K Hl'Ol'li OK
WENNER & CO.
Will he Hold ul thu
On Fort Hireet
J ril Itoniua at No U Ka
wiihthno, oiiotii rear ol
the cuiirch. UUi Iw
Si. J nvne
thing tliat will make a
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MR CO.,
No 70 Queen Street.
'w tliu most perfect dentifrice, yet discovered.
It in manufactured after u eolrlirnled fonnuhi now
in mir posoeHsion, The ninterial-i usctl nre the purci-t
ohtiiinnhle ; contaiiiH nothing deleteriotiH to the teeth
or gunirt, and itn use cannot he otherwise tlnm pleus
imt and benelieial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the preser
vation of their teeth, do them harm hy using a tooth
powder containing exeesmve "grit." Daily applied
Htich dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel hy excessive friction, but hurt the gums.
A trial of Aloha Tooth I'owdkh 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 iu every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornar F'ort. Ad XXoi&l Bm
Prom Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LA.K.O-B3 A.SSOK.rPMIElSrT.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and liltered.
The Oxi.v Rkmaw.k Watku Fh.tkii is the Slack It
Browulow. They are in-idu on seientilic principles. Thoy
are accessible iu all parts ami can be readily domed.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., VD
COUXKK POUT A M13HGUANT STUHRTS.
so concct as si New
We nmnufaeture all
kinds lo order and we have
ample time between now and
tho holidays to ijot up some
very suitable present.
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