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Holders of water privilege, or Hum
paying wator roles, nro herulty tio'lllcJ
that the hours for Irrigation rKis nro
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., iii.t a to (J
o'clock p. m. A. HKOWN,
Bu'ierlntenilciit Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Mlnl'tL-rof tliu Intnrlor.
Honolulu, May lU, 18111. tlM.lt
fyU M$ 8 UlcUn.
Pledged tn nfUhr Vrrt u 'oriy,
Rut KitabMtftfd for the ttrw-m of All.
SATURDAY, DIJC 1, IbSU.
luntuail of making audi a fuss
about three moil who escaped from
prison, wliuru tlioj awaited tlportn
tion for tho hoinoiiji olTou'o of not
having &"0 uacli whoa tlioy latuk'd
in thu country, would it not hi'
cheaper, as well as more olTootivo in
compelling respm-t for tho law, to
deport tho slcupj poHcoinim who at
lowed tho poor mull to regain thuir
THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
There is reason for criticism of
tho oxecutivo of tho Hawaiian His
torical Society, for tho short uotico
it gives of tho auuual mooting. At
least a day's notice should ho given
of so important a mooting of such a
large organization. Last year only
a small item in tho morning paper
heralded tho mooting, and many
members for the first time heard of
it when its proceedings were pub
lished. This year the notice was
only loss scant from being given in
the evening papers also, aliordiug to
their exclusive readers, however, loss
thau four hours' uoticu of the moot
ing. It is no wonder that the society
has dwindled, so that there was not
even a quorum to hear a paper, a
few months ago, by a member occu
pying one of the liighott positions
in tho country. Another source of
weakness in tho society is tho fact
of the capture of its executive by n
small coterie of members of tho So
cial Science Association. This was
effected as early at thu second au
uual i:;eeling, when n cut-aud dried
ticket was railroaded through Ity a
crescent about the chair. At the
amo meeting a resolution wan
whooped through, giving tint execu
tive power to fix thu salary of the
curator or librarian -another Social
Science man, whose capacity tor
salaried secretaryships would make
a cormorant blush. When these pro
ceedings were being mulled m that
there m iio time for dixcutvduii, a
prominent citien, who has been
identified in executive positions with
many of tho largest benevolent in
stitutions of Honolulu, turned to
his neighbor in tho seat behind him,
aud asked him if ho had ever heeu a
dolilmrativo assembly conducted in
such an extraordinary manner. Com
niou policy ou Ixdialf of the young
institution would have dictated a
desire to have thu executive olllces
aud committees distributed among
different circles of the membership.
At present the prospect for the so
ciety is that it will dovolute into a
self-perpetuating executive all head
aud no body coming hat in hand
periodically to leg subsistence from
the public treasury. It has already
grown so weak that its pet curator
has resigned, there being not enough
salary in sight to tempt even his
WHEEL KAUES CHRISTMAS.
The Postponed Mout to Tako l'luco
Tho Honolulu Cycle Race Meet
Association met yesterday evening
and decided to re-opou the ontrins
for thu races which did not come off
on Thauksgiviug day. Kntrius will
close on December 18. It wus alxo
the general opinion that the bicycle
meet take place on Christina.. Day.
The local wheelmen will continue
training aud the original program
will be unchanged, Harry Wootou
is working hard to make the affair a
success, and if fine weather prevail
on that day there will be some fuie
exhibitions of bicycle riding.
Practical Joke Attempted.
Someone telephoned an "engage
mout is announced" item into the
Uuu.etin olllco Thursday. One of
the parties to the alleged tender
compact, getting wind of the com
munication, called at the oilice tint
morning to stop the publication.
Thero was no need, however, of
alarm that such an item would bo
published in these columns without
good authority. Tho young persons
named belong to prominent families.
Collecting Taxos at tbo Point of thu
A dotauhinont from Co. E of the
regulars will be sent to Maui ou
Tuesday bv the Claudinu. The na
tives on that island are refusing to
fiay their taxes, and the mission of
he regulars is to enforce the pay
ment. Miuiaturo Art.
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
1'ortralts on Watch Dials, which he
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slide fur lecture by the set or
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Say! See how spry tho "animilos"
are in tho Union Feed Co.'s square.
Inquire at thU office for leaso of
a cottage centrally located.
Court L'liialilo, A. O. P.. will hold
a special meeting this evening at
Captain George Calhoun, Jr., of
the bark Coylou will not bo touched
in connection with tho Koalheratono
Richard Mossmau is walking lame
to-day. The wheel of a dray passed
over Ins left foot while ho "was on
gaged tallying on tho city front.
J. F. Morgan will hold a grand
clearance sale of tailors' goods at
tho store of 11. llaekfeld A: Co. on
Wednesday and Thursday of next
Kirstoui, one of the stowaways
brought by tho S. S. Warrimoo. was
released from the Station Houo
to-day. His friends came to his aid
with tho necessary f?A).
Tho two shares of Pacific Club
stock, which were to have been sold
at auction at noon to-day, wore dis
posed of at private sale. Tho salo
of the lots at Waikiki was postponed
in order to give intending purchasers
a chance to look over them.
VorJIct With Throo Diasouthig
l'lno of $1000 Divorces.
The mixed jurj in Maria Kaana
ana vs. Iveahi and othors, after a
two days' trial, returned n verdict
for tho defendants, throo dissenting,
Joseph i Sylva to-tlay withdrew
his plea of not guilt to the charge
of einhe..lenient, and Judge Cooper
sentenced him to pay a fine of I(KH)
mid SU.W) costs. Altorney-Goneral
Smith for prosecution; Hosa aud
Magoou for defeiitlatit. Sylva was
charged witli emhe.zliug S.'iUT.W of
Government money, while holding
tho ollico of Deputy Tax Asosjor
for liana, Maui. The fine was paid.
Judge Cooper has granted Kale
M. Thomas a divorce from I'.. It.
Thomas, awarding thu custody of
tho child to plaiutitr, and ordering
defendant to pay j.V) couiihol foes
aud M a mouth for the support of
tho child. Kinney for plaiulilT;
Peterson for defendant.
ICinuia lVdurseii has lon granted
a divorce from OlolVdorseu, with $10
a week alimony for six months from
Deceiuher 'I. Magoou for pluiulilf'
.Neumann for defendant.
i he Achi divorce cave will be re
sumed 011 .Monday.
W. M. Cunningham has been nolle
pros'd for carrying hunting firearms
without licence, il is suit, for (hint
ages against Henry Davis and others
has been discontinued, ll is under
Mood that the compromise arranged
include a withdrawal of the Sports
man'n Akj-hcihi inn's objoetions to
Cutiiiiuglinm's rtceiving a license to
Win. W. .M LSowau, son, petitions
for lotieis oi nuiiiiuislratiou to hlui-
ell ou the estate of the late .Martha
J .Melt wan. The properly i per-
Minai aud valued at ir(H, and the
heirs are the two on& and two
Judge Whiting lias confirmed the
salo of real estate of thu Cnvarl,)
minors. W. O. Smith for guardian.
lieeiiiiou has isMicd uitlieea'e
of Julia J. I'reitas vs. Joao !'. Sou.a.
for ? I2.MI and interest.
AOCIDKNX AUOAKD SHIP.
Socond Miito Bortolaou of tho Trail
sit UuUly Uurt.
Ilertelen, the second mate of the
four-iuusleil hchoouer Transit, met
uitli a ver painful accident at 11:15
o'clock this moiiiiiig. He was near
the donkey engine and the schooner
was being hove over to I (rower's
wharf from the O. K. A; I,. Co.'s
uharf. About half-way llortelsen
tried to pass the cogwheels. He was
warned by the engine driver and
told to go back, bill the man per
sisted. Just as he was climbing over
Ids right leg got caught in the cog
wheels holotv the knee, and the llesli
was literally torn away, the bone be
ing exposed, Tho cries of the mail
were pitiful and attracted the atten
tion of the doctor of II. M. S. Hya
cinth, who was returning to his ship.
IJertolseu was carried to the hide of
the ship, witli blood dripping from
him ail the way, and the doctor ban
daged tho leg to staunch the How of
blood. When the schooner reached
tho wharf llertelseu was put on a
stretcher and taken to the Queen's
Hospital. A. M. Howctt attended
to It 1 111 on tho way. The Transit ar
rived yesterday from San Francisco.
Tho engine driver stales that llertel
sen was alwajH a dou't-caie sort of a
fellow ami olteu took risks.
Captain Jorgousou said that the
man was comlortably ijuartured at
the hospital. Tint injury is not
Korious, but llieptttioui will be con
lined to bedhuveral weeks.
IIULLET TJIKOUOH HIS UKAD.
Von Topaz Probably Knds His Oarour
Willi Ills Own Hand
Sinion von Topaz, until yesterday
a spy in tho employ of .Marshal
Hilelicoek, shot himself fatally this
afternoon 111 his room below Smith's
On tho police being notified, Cap
lain I'arker went to the place and
found von Topaz ljiugin the middle
of (he room. There was a bullet hole
through his head at the temples.
Ho was still living, and Captain
I'arker mmiI him to the Queen's Hos
pital. There is no hope of his re
covery. The pistol used was a .'12
caliber. A ipiarrol belweeii two na
tive women in the house was ended
suddenly by the tragedy. They
wore taken to the Marshal s olllco.
Von Topaz formerly drove a hack.
Ho became a soldier in the I'. (1,
garrison. Later he was ou Hie
mounted patrol, mid lastly in the
(lovoriimeiit's sue ret service, He
J owes money privately at the Station.
Novi'inlkr 30, 1S94.
We thought wc would have
enough Fertilizer Distributors
to last a little while, but we
were evidently mistaken. Out
of the caiload 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-
nmr nn. I if ni trint mid nf
ever, aiUl ll )OU Wailt One 01
11 ..,,..,. .......
iiiuii nuw 13 yum ui'uuiiiiuiiY 1
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tO LHiy It.
Wee 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
everstand and globe alike
and decidedly rich. A couple
of others are in antique shapes
and colorings, and look as if
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 are 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-1
dent of the Hlectric Light Com-.
panv could wire piano lamps !
.!'" fTE!, f
1 iv. him j will 11 t v.11111; iji int.
Hodman about it.
Our Onyx Tables this year
are prettier than any wc have
ever had, the shapes are dilTer
ent and the onyx has hand
somer colorings. There's one
in the store (already jo!d) 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
frozen 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 are 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 j
and Oyster Sets are particularly
noticeable for their beauty and
A m-uh' IdU'iT tlvitl tlli' snliil
J,I,IUL IUWLI lll.lll IIIL MJIIU
inifnk is I lii I'hti'il W'lii' srmii
UiKi:. I IIIL I I.IILU VWIl, .MJIlll
of which we show in the makui
window. We have everything
needed in this class of goods.
Surprise yourself by comparing
prices Willi lliose cnarjjeu else
where. Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Go. ltd.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Household -:- Furniture
I tim l"s'ruc1od hy Mr. Alex Mi-Kfhli n
to sp'1 at I'ulilia Miction -t his KpMilencp,
IWHniiln Strtef, niljnlnin) Washington
FRIDAY, DKC. 7th,
AT 10 0'Ut.OCK A. M
the whole of his
Household Furniture & Effects,
Consisting in part of
KoewiMu Bofa, Knsv Clinlr. Mitrhle Top
Center TaWe, fanny "I'uhles, Whatnots, etu.
l.arr,cKos,Mlel. nnl KoaHlil' Tithlrsniul
Chairs, Chandeliers hnnloim Tut Ic
Lamps, ''nt Tahlf-Htiil Urnntufn al (IIbss
ware, Cutlery, IlirnU.it Ten unit tJilna
Ware, Wnlinu, Kin i-tnl tr n Ui-dsipaiN
,!,,, Mahogany Wnr.lr.. Umu.ii.,,
Wa listii, Chulr, Itoekltift I ha r, Ico
mox, worn Hare 'iiartor mk i.ve ami
I'tMi'I's, Lawn McM'cr, lliie. Sp lnkl r,
(linletiSrats, Wire Flower HinmK .1 lli.o
r0!lwl,0n '" irm' "'".' "'-
A cniniilclo sot of It.jwsand Arro xs for
1 lla fhrril Ji-r-oy MllkliiR C.iw.
Lj'W1b .T. Levey,
JlKtl 10 ANNOIT.NTK'IIIK Alt
ItlVAI. OK tiii:. It
Iron Bark "Paul Isenberg"
lU'J ln from tlpftcuiuuile wldi a
i Just Received !
I'EH S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
1 01 M
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
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iiiiof thu Htt'ckholiler of tlin W11.-
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t'M hrKiMKiiii' lUu, m
'I IIKSDAY, Ime. 4 lH'lt at Klu'clooL a. u.
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H'lllt TWO OU THItBK
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nil ly locnit'ili lit hour
IttmiiiH wltn I'niitrv anil
Klii'liHii iittmiliiil. lluihri 111H. Kcrvitnt's
nml i iirrliiuH-roiiniH 11111I tilnlilrH mi tlu
I I'ruiiilufs. Th llrnina Is i HyllU'il up
I lm tioilKikfe.liiK. nml the let will he
llvlili'il ftl fmin tin mulu ynnl hy finie.
, (I,,,,,! reHN,n-llii. ti'imnlH are wuiitnl. In
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xo kent or lease.
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An invoice of the
Water just received
direct from the Springs
in Shasta, California.
"Shasta" is the
finest mineral water
in the world. It is
used in every leading
hotel and on all the
railway dining cars in
the United States.
"Shasta" ie the
Quoen of all table wa
ters; blends perfectly
with liquor of all
kir.do, and is a natural
relief for all disor
ders of the stomach,
kidneys and livor.
For sfle by p.ll drug
gists and the trado
MACFARLAI.'E 4 CO. LTD,
Solo Agents for tho
On Iron torsi tjtlil. .
Tlio Moni'il of llunllli rccoin
mend tliut nil drinking witter
Iio lioilcd mid lilteri'il. No ono
(lottl)ts tliu jiccess-ity of this pit1
ciiution with our i-tty Hiiily,
hut those who drink
nro always btiro of its nliaohilo
lurity. Wo warrant ovory bot
tle. N.vi'A Soda in a puro mine
nil wator, just as it coiiiuh charged
witli i-)iarkling gas from thu Iio
som of niothcr earlh. It is iro
scribed and recommended by tho
most eminent physicians. It is
not ono of tho new "mako-bo-liovo"
natural waters, hut has
been in extensive use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by tho
Hottlo, Doen or Caso. We now
have eases of Sixty Uottles, es
pecially for families, at tho very
reasonable price of $(! per case.
A trial order solicited by tbo
Audita for the lluwullau UUniU.
r. o. jon ci.
V. A, JONES.
Safe Deposit and Investment Co.
NO. 4(W 1MHT HTIIKCT.
HATCH nt Vjirluiih hlxi-n f.ir Itinl hy llio
Month or Yuir.
VAUI.TH 0un fiiim Hi.'tii a.m. until I
I', m. ii'iiit nn Huliirihiyb, mIii'U tlit-y will
III' t'lllMllI Nt 'i!Hl I'. M
Vi liny nml Hull II-m-cIiim HHiOKH
itinl IIOMIH.mnl iniiku nilvuniun un imnv,
IF YOUR SHAFTS RATTLE
tler, is tho only sure
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MFG CO.,
No. 70 Queen Street.
is thu most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It h manufactured sifter a celebrated formula now
in our poseHsion, The materials used are the pnreht
obtainable ; coutaiiiH nothing deleterious to the teeth
or gtin.8, aud itu uhc cannot he otherwise than pleas
ant aud beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the preser
vation of tin ir teeth, do them harin ) lining a tooth
powder containing excessive "grit." Daily applied
Hiieh dcntifriccH are calculated not only to injure thu
enamel hy cxecHsivc friction, hut hurt the guniH.
A trial of Ai.oiia Tooth Powdkh will convince
anyone of itfl merits and the advantage of lining a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can he certain.
It ifi attractively put up, and vill be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Renson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner for. W.ot.-ii trix.M
From Recent Direct Imporiatloos
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A LA.K.C3-E A.SSORTM.133ISTT.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water nhould lie Imiled aud liltered.
The Oni.v Itrci.iAiii.it AWvrrcit Fnrrcu is the Slack k
BroWliloW. They are nnde on M-ieutille priiclilfH. They
are accessible in all parts ami can be readily domed.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D
l.OUN'KU KOIir h MKKOUANT STUHKTH.
OU should bi ing your Cnrriage
to us, as wo are tbo exclusive
makers of the Oaklsox Shaft
which, as nn anti-rat
thing in tho world.