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Holder of water privileges, or tlio-o
paying water rules, arc huruj, no illcil
thnttlie hours (or lrrlg:it on purpoHiM nro
from 7 to d u'clocK a. m., nml 5 to I)
o'clock p.m. A. IIUOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Witter Works.
J. A. KlNU,
MtnNter of the Interior.
Honolulu, Mny ", Isui. 1 IS'i-tf
FltlDAY, NOV. HO, loiM
With fresh rowling matter on
every Jingo, ilou't neglect tho mitsulu
of this paper. Hind the Mullktin
through if yon wnut tlio news.
The Daily Ih-uxm with compli
ments to its many readers presents
them to-day with n paper enlarged
from four to six page1. While so
large a paper may not bo warrant
ed after the holiday seaon, thre is
daily growing evidence that a larger
size than the old one will have to be
TRAM WAYS FAUK3.
When the tramways started, the
Bulletin called attention to the col
lection of double tho legal fare on
King street, with the result that the
practice was summarily stopped.
Now the Advertiser calls attention
to what many people have regarded
as a similar illegal double rate on
the route from L'uuahou to N'uiiatiu.
The company introduced this dou
ble charge for one Journey by a
change of system. At first the Ilero
tania and the Nuuauu ami Fort
street routes were run separately,
and no transfer tickets were given.
When the Uurotauia cars began run
ning by way of (jueen through
Nuuauu street, the drivers axneted
a second live-cent fare when the
corner of Fort aud (jtteen streets
had been passed. The intent of the
legislators in framing the law ap
peared to be that it should be feasi
ble to make a journey from any
point letween l'uuahou and tin)
lieformatory school aud J mid street
and the city front for a fare of live
cents. One of the arguments for
granting the franchise in tho Legis
lature was the giving of cheap transit
to children attending school. .Many
families were under the necessity of
keeping carriages to enable their
children to attend the school of their
choice. Ton cents eacli way for
sending, say, three children to
school is rather expensive, and would
pay for the koep of a horno. How
ever, the intent of the ftauiers, if as
stated in the foregoing, wai but
poorly expressed in the law. It
would rctjuire a judicial decision at
large expense to test the question,
bo that our contemporary is rather
rash in suggesting that a tramp may
inake a fortune in prosecuting the
company for the J 100 penalty for
each overcharge. Tho whole system
was badly planned at the outset,
aud should never have boon ratified
by the Minister of the Interior. The
construction company that built the
line, under contract with the Hawai
ian Tramways Company, Limited,
was allowed to get the mileage laid
down in the franchise almost any
way it pleased. As a restdt parallel
lines were laid within a block of
each other, a large extent of which
has either never been used or has
been closed to t radio. liu.siilw,
groat distauces have to be traveled
from the nearest cars to populous
districts. With the same mileage a
system might have been devised
that would have not only brought
tho cars near to a vastly larger
population, but that could be easier
aud hence more cheaply managed
than the present system. There
could have beeu a system planned
by which cars from dilTuront termini
hould pass through the same
streets in the business cjuarter, so
that there would be a ten or oven a
five minute service in that quarter,
to tho hurried business uimi'h great
convenience. Such a Hystem, it is
safe to say, would be more profitable
to the stockholders by far than the
present checker board scheme of
many fare schedules.
Xtarun's Good Work in Untmrthlni;
and Arresting Thorn.
Detective Larson and posse aro
doing good work. They have locat
ed a gang of thieves who, by tho evi
dence so far given out, appear to be
a very dangerous lot of people, it
is said that there are twenty mem
bers iu the organization and they
have quite an outfit for ransacking
residences. Might men, all natives,
have already been arrested and their
names entered in the Station Clerk's
brok with "hold for investigation"
placed against them. On the per
son of 1'ukela, searched at the Sta
tion this morning, a hunch of skele
ton keys was found. William li ni
hil!, another brought in, had a sketch
of keys with measures all marked
duwu iu black ami while. The
work was very carefully laid down
aa evidenced by tho drawing on the
paper. Some of the men have form
erly "done time" on tho reef, The
detectives expect to have the whole
ga"g arrested in about a week. Two
of the men are contract laborers
and are away on island steamers.
Two Cases on tho Second Day
.Maria Kaanaana vs. Keahi and
others, which began Wednesday
itioi nitig, is gning to the jury before
Judge t'ooper this afternoon.
Tho November term will close on
Muiidav tit t.
.) E Gomes by his attorney, (.'.
W. Ashford, etiters.objections to the
lltwaiian Gazette Company's bill of
exceptions, upon tho grouud that
the only point decided by the Court,
on defendant's motion for a now
trial, was as to I no legal Mitlicteney
of the bond filed by defendants.
Defendants in their bill of excep
tions wont into the whole matter of
the Court's rulings in the cmtrse of
C J). Wilson, .Marshal, by his at
torneys, I'. M. Hatch and Carter A:
Carter, move for a now trial of the
cause of Mrs. Uatehelor, phintilV,
who recovered SMHI damages for un
lawful execution. liishop A: Co.,
bankers, gave Marshal Wilson a
bond against damages in the matter,
o tint they are tho real defendants.
The Achi divorce case is still on -
the second dav before Judge . lut
ing. Fred. Heckloy is acting Ha
"TREASON, O A THALIA I"
Knko Stortos that Disturb and Exor
clso tho Police.
Humor of royalist gatherings aro
again rampant. Simon von Topaz,
the Itussian Count, is one of tho
authors, and this time the would-be
revolutionists aro neither Austrians
nor Hritislicr. but Dure nntiuM.
Simon the spy had made numerous
reports to the .Urshal aooul natives
holding secret meetings at Waikiki
and I'alama Police olllcers have
been despatched to these tioiuts at
different times, only to discover that
the revolutionary meetings were
either praver meetings or loans.
Simon reported recently that a plan
for a revolution was being concocted
at a house at I'alama. The report
was jm earnestly given that tho
authorities thought they would in
vestigate the mailer. OUicors were
sent to the place. On arrival at tho
house the olllcers were disgusted
and cruelly disappointed by seeing a
number of natives "chewing" awa.
.Someone has suggested that Simon
hire himself to the Advertiser for a
round trip by the S. S. Australia.
NATIONAL GUARD l'AHADK.
President Dole Huvlews tho Troops on
1 liuuki;tvlitir M'oriilnc;.
JJ.ittiilloti drill aud review was
held on I'nlaco Square yesterday iu
spito of rain aud mud. There watt
a good turnout. Col. Fisher, com
maudiug and stair were satisfied
witli the performances, aud l' resi
dent Dole, who was attended by his
stalT and Ministers Hatch. Damon
and Smith, complimented the forces,
who were ueuly uniformed. "Sgnal
drill" was part of the performances.
Chief of Police Crowley of S.oi Fran
cisco was an interested observer,
and is reported to have compared tho
Hawaiian National Guard favorably
with the llowerof California's mili
tia. After the parade the dilTereut
companies were regaled with refresh
ments at their respective headquar
ters. An entertainment will be given in
Kauaifihno .culinary at ":.'!() o'clock
this evening, for which twenty-live
cents admission will be charged.
Vocal and instrumental music will
be given, and tho "nightingales"
will be at their best.
Hy Jne. P. Morgan.
On Wednesday and TbursUdv,
December 5th and 0th,
AT U) 0'UI.O(.'K A. M
I inn iii irni'teil iy ,Mt.sr 11. HACK
Khl ) ,v ( .. tu ilf ul Pulillc Auction, ul
iii oiilenronin, lint en Ktr,'i'l, the full'iuliij,'
llli" ul Tiillurs' Uoiidx, coilUtllin of
Cassimeres, - Tweeds,
II HKOII.lll, 'vrUI'M, DlWlklllN,
Kii' purm.-, in pii'oi's,
Suit and Pant Patterns
I'n 1 1'-, li ilia, Jitii'k-, I.IiiIuki,
I'tii'fi Kl tniiuN, Vide la I.iiwii,
Mu.-iiilo Si'tiiiiK, Huin m; '1 limit,
Buckles, Buttons, Need'os,
Jaa. F Morgan,
I J m .it
Valuable Real Estate
Oa Thursday, Dec. 13, 1894
AT 12 O'CLOCK noon,
I urn liiMrunl.il ly I lie Tmslrm under
tm Ull nf .Mr-. II I' li hhnji li. Hit I ul
I'llll'IC IH'llOII, tit III) MllHSriM'lll, IjllltUII
AM. THAT THAI T (IK I.ANI) COM-
I'ltlHINO AN AUIJA OK
Ul ll-UHl AOKI'.K.
Mtntiti'il on W Iiilnr Avkiiiih mill Kcwnlu
ilii'i'l, Muk U, II 'lie iiln, Iii'iiik III" Imi
iilidMif t'Hi l.:iihl 'In i-ril'iu hi limn! -'7M.H,
Apiiliu I, o l ul Kiiiei'li mnilm, iilnl the
In 1 1 t cniiiirli'il in UrniitXiM Aimim I . to
iiibiuii i; i lie
CMT The iii.i,i ul ihn iriiitrty run '" ''ii
nt my iiiiuiiun room.
twr Turin i!ieti. II, h. Unlit Coin,
IIh'iIh nt iuh libit ul iurihiiM'r,
JrvH. w. Morgan,
November o, 1804.
We thought we would have
enough Fertilizer Distributors
to last a little while, but we
were evidently mistaken. Out
of the carload received by the
Alameda we have three left
and those are being watched
by different plantation mana
gers with a view to purchasing.
First come first served, how
ever, and if you want one of '
them now is your opportunity j
to buy it. ,
We've opened our cases of
Piano, Banquet and Hanging:
Lamps and sold a lot of them.
They are entirely different and
handsomer in design than any
we have ever had before. One '
of them, a Banquet Lamp, is a
pink coral scheme of coloring
without any decoration what-'
ever stand and globe alike .
and decidedlv rich. A couule
of others are in antique shapes
ana coionngs, ana iook as 11
they might have been used in
Pompeii before the fall. We
had some Sewing Lamps of the
same design that were sold ;
within twenty-four hours after
we opened the cases. They're
beauties in every respect. In
this same class of goods our
Piano Lamps arc deserving of
special mention. Brass and
Nickel Stands prevail and the
patterns are every one new.
These Lamps are useful even
to people who have electric
lights in their houses, for we
have no doubt the Superinten
dent of the Electric Light Com
pany could wire piano lamps
with the same perfection that
he did your dwelling ask Mr.
I iolVman about it.
Our Onyx Tables this year
are prettier than any we have
ever had, the shapes arc differ
ent and the onyx has hand
somer colorings. There's one
in the store (already sold) that
is worth while examining. It
is perfectly plain in shape, two
square shelves supported by
four cylindrical columns, all in
The Ice Chests and Refriger
ators mentioned last week have
froen out all other makes,
simply through their ice-saving
qualities and handsome appear
ance. These things are im
proved ever so often, and we
now have the latest ; anything
later is to be evolved in the
brain of the inventor. Ours
cover every point necessary in a
refrigerator or ice box, and the
price is just about right.
If you want a pair of Link
Sleeve Buttons that are strong,
handsome and serviceable get
a pair of Aluminum ones for a
dollar. They look like silver,
will not tarnish and you get
them for a third of what you
pay for Pinchbeck jewelry.
Other articles in Aluminum
are serviceable and cheap con
sidering the quality.
A glance at our showcases
of solid silver will convince
you that the goods arc the lat
est designs from the factory.
The assortment is complete
and must win the admiration
of every one who likes pretty
things. The Butter Spreaders
and Oyster Sets are particularly
noticeable for their beauty and
A grade lower than the solid
goods is the Plated Ware, some
prices with those charged else
n.. n. .!.. n..J... It IU
iDfi Hawaiiin Uirawiift Ci LuL
uv iiiiuiimi uaiuMMv vw ,
tBti mm MMlk ,
of which we jhow in (he msikai T" J' 1UH. ' l'.E!!.?'.."..:
wiiulnw Wl havi! i?VLrvlliiinr i" t'i,Kii.u,. !iHKit'iiii'.nioiih i AT7:ooo'oiiOCi
MIIUUW. L ll.t LLUI) HUH, Hill of Novi'iiilicr lout, lo.Mr Wl 1,1,1 AM
n.'.'li'il in flits, i'1'iv.s. n( trnriils: ' '1'IJ.M I'l.KTi N, I liavo no Inrllmr ri'Kiion. TL. Thn I'roiram will tiiimihlot
" - " hw"-' Hinillly Inr rliiinu apiliiM lliti h.iI.1 Ccin- Mut-li. ItcclUtiniix, Hrllli, hlu., Km.
Surprise ymirself hy comparing 'Xum.,,. .m,,i. Nov,.,.,u.r":-.W.i,!;!."s' it:i rkhi.hkhth w..... i.k h ...
A largo nssorliiiciit
lilts just been re
ceived per "I!. 1'.
Kieliot" ami "f. I),
llryunt," tuiil more
to ,rive l,cr "T,,m
Hopp cfi Co.,
bTo. 4 King Street
? K XW rr IVl.ll fiX7V3.TCTrM-i r-' ii- J
wlJttf'WA tZJ L Jl VMMfMSiiMHti.i'J
" ' yrrr j-.-v. ::-. .
jHama, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLjIilSTBIB & OO
Cor. Fort and Merchant St'ootH.
h 1 1 mm; without a '
; "U(l1 i Hawaiian
: h Mother without ! t
! a BnhvV : !
'. irt ltahv without a ';,
n i i
Pair of ';
105 Fort Streut. j
Building and Loan Association.
rplIK UKOUI.AU MONTHLY MIM'.T-
ini;ulll tm hclil ut tin' rinuiilii'r of
('oniiuiTi'i' on .MONilAY KVKN't.N'd, Dm.
a, inn, in i .! o'uioi'K
I'liymi'iilM aro rrmilrcil In (lolil,
a v. (ii:.it.
CuiUc or and Real Estate - Agent
HoiiM'u Kuiiti'il. KimiIn Cullfnli'il.
Olllce: Uniiimliii' lllciik, MiTuhnnt Btrrrt
TO BENT OR LEA8E.
'PHK IMtKMIHEB. IOIU j '
. . .(in i .i ..ii.. i (mi,!.
IiomIH rcem f iiiiiiTly oicu.
iiIpiI hy HamlcrH1 HxnruHH.
i'oh-hiIoii jjlyen iitmre Kor Itiiih, hii.
ply to JOHN K COIJHIUN
I tw 2w
'PIIKIIh h II Ini n nhhIuI mi'Klltiirnl Um
u"U ' ''" whiit- mw-
k,,lc0,(m1m,mlly( i,.m,i.r Hit, IK'il,
ul lUo'iliM'k a. u,
h. ii. iihki:.
Every variety, stylo
mill price in the
Furniture line. The
best nnd most va
ried in Honolulu.
Call and inspect our
f m nil tlin IVI hr.t'il
rnrti rloji In tho Ilnltol
AND lll'.TMI. DIIAI.KKS IN
Christmas Cards !
Water Color Gards of
: AIJJO : t i
Bond BumothlnR Hawaiian to Your
KING BROS.' ART STORE
Real Estate and Loans
Tliu I'nlnrL'riiii'iit of lliu LOAN Market
Ml Ilk K) I'oVlT tilt! HlltH llllll lU'l'Col'll'H ol
tln Inrii in inlmr ol liiiorallu uoIh who
itn mil iiwiht of iiiiliifiiniliiTfil Itvnl
IMiiti wim out ul the moil ncceHimry limn
vnlloiii of ri'MMit junrM. Tu ninny It h:m
ini'Hiit rrliuf from irelni; claim at tho
vi'ry tlmo when iiioit vm-fntiiil. WIimi
iiniiii'rly iin.1 honumlily uoiulm'tuil thlt
Iiiis!iii'ih In of fijuully ri'iil liiiimrt linn
mill vulni' tothu romnitiiilty as iliillilini;
mill Umn AMiovlatiuiif havi )irovnl tlifin
elvoii to bi
The Hawaiian Investmeat Go.
MuLnsn HH-cialtvof NeeotlatliiK ami 1'ro-
utirliiK 1ouiis f'r llnrrnwurji who ure nil-
ulilu o illvoinit tla-lr Nn'en nt the Hunks
unit who do nut nitre to olilluntu tlivm
huIvi to mimic frluinl or ni'oiinliitan'io hy
Hulvi'Hto onie menu or ni'oiiniinan'io
iibkliiK hlneiiil' rM'inentH to lliulr Nute.
'1'lila l'oii'iianv will liuiku l.oims uiioil
lluimtthulil I'lirnltiiiii, 1'lunoM. Ornuiiu,
llumUN, Millie, Wuuoiih, (.'urrlrtnos unit
Per mm ml I'rop'riy wllhoiit remuvliiK ihn
I'mperty frum thn llorruwer'M iossenlcm
unil nil IninlnuaH will Iih t'ondiiuteit on a
hTltll'TI.Y i:0.TUKrTlAl. 1IAHIH.
The Hawaiian Iavnetment Co,,
Guskiial Mf.au Estate Aokkts,
13 and 10 Kmiliuii ami Blrmts,
Notary Public. Mutual Teplioue 639.
On Friday Evening, NuV. 30
J i-il llooiim at No a !
UHlahao, oppuiitn ri'.ir of
I iiiu unnrcii iim-iw
IF YODR SHAFTS RATTLE
tsSa" Spuing, which, as an anti-rat
tler, is tho only sure
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No. TO Queen Street
is the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It in manufactured after a celebrated formula now
in our porm'BHion. The materials used are the pnrect
obtainable; contains nothing deleterious to lint teeth
or guniH, and itfl use cannot be otherwise than pleuH
imt and benefieial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the prehcr
vution of their teeth, do them harm by using a tooth
powder containing1 excessive "giit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excessive friction, hut hurl tho gums.
A trial of Aloha Tooth Powdku will couvineo
anyone of its merits ami the advantage of using a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can be certain.
It is attractively put up, and uilt be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oornar JTort. Sr. Ea.oi .a: w.r
From Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A T..A.K.C3-B3 A88ORTMBNT.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and liltered.
The O.vi.v ItKMAiu.rc Watku Fii.tku is the Slack ft
BrOWoloW. They are ni'idu on scientilio piii'eiplcs. Thoy
are accessible in all parts and can ho readily clmncd.
PAGJFJG JLAllDVVAUE CO., Ul)
COUNKIi FOUT A MKItOHANT KTUHHTS.
OU should bring your Carriage
to ur, as we are the exclusive
makers of tho Caklsox Shaft
thing in the world.
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