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Holders of water jirlvllt-jjcs, or tliu-u
paying witter raws, art) bcrcby no llleil
that the hours (or Irrigation niruHcs nro
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., ami l to U
o'clock p. M. A. IMOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Wntvr Work.
J. A. Kino,
AiltiMcrof tlic Interior.
Honolulu, .May i., Mill. llS-J-tf
Pledied to neutiti titci tt.tr tany,
but KtluoUified lor thr Wlt of At,.
MONDAY, DEC. 11, ltl
A Washington duspatuli of Nov
ember 'M najs: "Mr. Hasting,
Chargu d'Affairo at llio Hawaiian
Legation, boliovos tho nuwspapur
iutorviotv attributed to Minister
Thurston, regarding tho intuiitiou
of Jiawaii to rid horsolf of Jnpaui'sn
laborers, which has caused ill feel
ing between the two govern tuenlo,
was not a correct quotation." That
is for Mr. Thurston to say. The
expression was certainly Tluirs-
Mr. Wotuiore, who contributed a
disquieting article to the Advertiser
here which was published with a
great flourish of trumpets has been
repudiated by the San Francisco
Examiner as its correspondent. That
paper at the same time represents
Mr. Wotmoro as being not altogether
square in his Honolulu transactions.
Mr. Wutmore is the gentleman who
was admitted into the secret coun
sels of the HoyalislH in Honolulu,
when they would not give the slight
est confidence to their real news
paper friends here, only to bo be
trayed by him with the addition of
gross fabrications to his revelations.
DEAD AND JiUHIKD.
It Was Suicido Von Topaz wns
Simon von Topaz, who shot him
self through the head, died at the
Queen's Hospital on Saturday after
noon, about an hour after Inn re
moval there. The funeral took
place yesterday afternoon, being
conducted by Co. A, N. U. 11., to
which von Topaz belonged. The
Government band was in attend
ance. A jury was empaneled on Satur
day afternoon. In company Willi
Dr. Cooper and Marshal Hitchcock
the jury drove to the house where
tho shooting took place, below
Smith's bridge, and later to tho
(jueeu'a Hospital, where tho body lay.
iCeturuiug to the Marshal's oliico
ami after hearing the evidence of
two native women, the jury returned
a verdict of "death by mucide."
The cause of the self-murder is be
lieved by people who knew von To
paz to nave oeeu money irouoie.
Not half an hour after the report of
tun shooting had Immiii spread two
hacktueii arrived posthaste at the
Station and inquired if he was dead.
They wanted to collect bills. Cap
tain Kosohill held an 1. O. I', for
$11 from von Topaz, who also owed
a business man uptown ill). There
were women also in the case. Von
Topaz had lived seven years with
one native woman, aud left her
for a now one. While the women
were fighting about him, he solved
the dispute by putting himself out
of the way of everybody. The pistol
with which the shooting was done
was borrowed from Captain Koso
hill. Topaz was afraid of several
ineraborri of the Kchuotzou Club,
aud asked for the loan of the pistol.
Berlous Trouble in Brazil.
A special despatch to the New
York World from llio Janeiro sas:
Italy has decided to send a Heel
against this couutry, it is learned,
ou account of Brazil's refusal to
arbitrate a pending question.
Though the rcliou of the Govern
ment in the case is universally ap
proved, Moraes will prepare new
propositions aud forward them to
the Italian Government. The United
Slates may be asked to arbitrate.
Part of Brazil's fleet has left with
sealed orders, ll is rumored that
warships have been sent after Da
Gama, who now commands HXJO
men. The monarchists, the report
says, propose rising all over the
couutry. It is feared that the Gov
ernment will be unable to cope with
them. Troublous times are pre
dicted. Geo. W. Jenkins, editor of the
Santa Maria Times, Cal., in speaking
of the various ailments of children,
said: "When my children have croup
there is only ouo patent medicine
that I evor use, aud that is Chamber
lain's Cough Jtemedy. Jt possesses
some medical properties that relievo
the little sutTerers immediately. It
is, in my opinion, the best cough
medicine in the market." If this
remedy is freely given as soon as the
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent the attack. It is also an ideal
remedy for whooping cough. There
is no danger in giving it to children,
as it contains nothing injurious.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith At Co., agents for the Hnwai
The regular monthly meeting of
the Woman's Board of Missions will
be held at the Central Union Church
to-morrow (Tuesday) afternoon at
2:!H) o'clock. An interesting paper,
prepared by Mrs. A. B. Lyons, ou
missions in Korea will be read. All
ladies interested in mission work are
cordially invited to attend.
Deputy Collector F, B McSloeker
aud wife are back from a visit to
TWO DAYS LATE.
Delay in tho Doparturo and Not in
Tho S. S Australia, H. C. Houd
lotto commander, was Righted off
Koko Houl at 7:15 o'clock this
morning, aud the sounding of the
Honolulu Planing Mill's whistle
heraldiug her arrival gratified tho
heart of many Crowds flocked to
the Oceanic wharf. The steamer
came alongside at '.) o'clock, aud no
tune w.n lost by the passengers in
getting ashore. The faces of several
kamaama were noticed, and many
people welcomed relatives homo. In
tho smoking room on tho tippet
dock were imprisoned four male and
two female Portuguese and a China
man, because they did not have tho
necessary 5(). Everyone was eager
to learn what detained the Australia
two days behind time, At first some
of the passenger said it was bad
weather, but it was later found to bo
an accident to her crank pin on the
trip up, the repairing of which de
layed her departure from Saturday
to Monday The accident happened
two days before she got into San
Francisco. Purser McCombe fur
nished the following memorandum
of the Australia's passage:
Left San Francisco Nov. 2(5, 18H I,
at 8 p.m. with forty-sown cabin and
forty-seven steerage passengers and
fifty-five bags of mail. Passed the
S S. Oceanic Nut. '27 at 2:!K) a.m.
Experienced fine weather through
out the vovage aud arrived at Hono
lulu Dec. .'1 at !) a.m.
UNITED VOtt LIKE.
IVstlvltlos of tlw Wodding of Carl
Woltors and Miss iBunberg.
Tho wedding of Carl Wolters,
manager of the Lihue Plantation,
and Miss Helen Iseiiberg took place
on Friday evening at that place,
IJov. 11. Iseiiberg, uncle of the bride,
otlicialiug. The little church was
nicely decorated for the occasion
and the Hawaiian tjuiutel Club,
which went from Honolulu, furnish
ed music. The following select few
attended a reception and dinner
which took place after the wedding:
Jtev. It. 1 sen berg and wife, Paul
Iseiiberg, Mrs. Otto Iseiiberg, W. H.
Uico and wife. Mrs. F. W. Ulade, J.
F. Hackfeld, Mrs. Grail, Mrs. Liude
maun, H. Wolters and W. Wolters.
1'tieru were a few dances and the
party broke up about midnight.
A grand ball had been given the
Wednesday evening previous, at
which there wa a large gathering
of friends and invited guests. Danc
ing was iM'guu at 8 o'clock and kept
up until 1 o'clock next morning.
Ou Thursday W. II. Itice and Mrs.
Kico gave a dinner at the new hotel.
On Saturday afternoon there was a
lea party at Kalapaki. At lS:ltl
o'clock the same evening the visitors
from Honolulu returned on the
steamer Mikaliala. Although tho
weather was boisterous, everything
passed oil" mroiioly and the contract
ing panics were fairly lauded on the
wave of weddeit lti.-s.
Frank J. Kruger dropped a ten
dollar bill ou the O. S. S. C'o.'s
wharf this morning, after the arrival
of the Austrhba, and never discover
ed ins joss until he reached his oliico
uptmwi. Ho returned hurriedly and
found the greenback lying ou the
wharf. There were five natives sit
ting ou a box within four feet of llio
bill and they had thought all the
time it was useless paper.
OLD, YET NEW
Tortoise Shell Goods!
Tlio lartfo 1 nin Top
Hii'll ( null) is the cor
rect tiling this full. So
this Coinli " Gramlmo
i1htm wore comes in just
titfht. Strange how the
ol.i ih Kiire to he revived;
li'iw every new idea is
hut the old in a different
form. My line of real
Shell Combs i very large
at the present time and
contains many special
patterns not generally
found in other stocks.
All the shapes in plain
and carved, and plenty
of them. Home as cheap
as !? 1.0C, some as high as
are also onee. again re
vived, and with this s a
nin's etyle of dressing the
haie, absolutely iudKpeu
sib'e. We have them in
man shape, both gold
and silver; and know
your taste can be satis
lied ; while for regular
hair ornaments in both
gold and silver, our stock
never offered such tempt
H. F. W1GHMAN,
W.- flmiiirlit vt wnnlrl Ivivp '
C IIIOUJIIU WC WOUICl IblVC
enough Fertilizer Distributors
to list a little while, but we !
were evidently mistaken. Out
n the- car n;nl received hv the i
Alameda we have three
end (hose are being watched
, ,. , , ,.
bV dlllereilt plantation maiia-
III. .. ..is... u ....,.U...-:.. l
U won . i view iu imiiii.i:iiiji;k
rust come Inst served, how-
ever, and il vou want one ol
flini mm1 i; 'nnr nnnnrfnnifv
incm now is our opportunu)
in bnv tt
iu uu ii.
We've opened our cases of
Piano, Banquet and Hanging
Lamps and sold a lot of them. I
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 j
and colorings, and look as if
they might have been used in (
M ! !--f . II.- i.ll l .
rompeu ueiore me iau. we
had ome 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- t
dent of the Electric Light Com-1
pany could wire piano lamps
with the same perfection that
he did your dwelling ask Ar.
Hoffman about it.
Our Onyx Tables this year
are prettier than any we have
ever had, the shapes are 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
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 iolid silver will convince
you that the goods are the lat
est designs from the factory.
The assortment is complete
and must win the admiration
,.f i.,..... ., . ...Ur. III. .. ,-,ii,,
ol every one who likes pretty
ii.;,,,,.. 'I'll. U. ,... CmittliM
tilings. I he lillttCI bpieadetS
m.l rwl.ti-Qnik .i,-. iviriitnl.irli,
IIIIVI V JIV.I ULU HIV. .U in-llltlll
noticeable lor their beauty and
A grade lower than the solid
goods is the Plated Ware, some
of which we show in the makai
window. We have everything
needed in this class of iroods.
Surprise yotuself by coiuparinj;
prices with those charged else -
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Co. Lid.
By Iiowis J. Levey.
Household -:- Furniture
Am A TTI 'IITI TlT
I I mn f (erected hv Mr Alex MKlhb n
t"H'l nt 1'ilhHc Auction t his Kpiiilenc,
itHroinnU riir,P,. nilnln.. lmh iiuIoi
i ... . "
FKIDAY, DKO. 7th,
AT 10 O'CUX'K A. Al.,
the whole of his
Hi'iioehold Furniture A ElFeits,
(!o,,,,,s,l,,fi '" J,art of
ltoPWi d Sofn, Kv Chub, MnrMe Top
enter Tnl.lc, ft.ey Tables, Whatnots, l.
large Hon Miteli nr.l KnaSMi Tib'rnnil
fhftir.,, iifm,il.i.i. Iiatiit-onie Tm le
, umiery, h enum tui mi r ttm '
MUM r iiimiiii lllli nun ll nni-"r(ii-
Warn Vl'almti I'm hinl I i Iti.t ,,(
iibihimhu MniioKiiy V"rr ."".'''
n iiiinii, I'lmir, Jim-kiiii! i nn r, icn
,,u,( 1l'n' nfe bnrler tn.- "I ivy nml
y,,,u.i, iaw,, ,. ne. snimrbr.
knit; i nn r, I en
(I inlen Seals, Wire Kloner Sinul, t lltt
collection of Kerns, Orclihl, I'otteJ I'latit-..
A cm,!e,e wl.fiiowsnn.i Arrof..r
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U"W,B J- vey.
' 0Mtt ai.ot.onkk.i.
m mi iirnnr i n nn
" ,,AV lu "uv w l,u'
II KU TO AXNOl'XtlK TIIK Alt
JtlVAI. OK Till'. It
Irod Balk "Paul Iseiiberg"
I'JJ Dnys fmiii (lreleinun',e wldi n
KOI! SAN MtANCISCn.
ritK Al BTRAMHIIII
W,l, l.lv.WK HONOLULU
run tiik a HOVE roiiT on
Saturday, Deo. 8th,
I'lm iincHiral:m'il nre now prclinrcit to
Iioiiu 'I'liriiinjli Ticket!, from tlilx I'lly to all
riilnth ill tho United Htiltrb.
l&- for further iinrticulim rennUi!
Freight or IWaw', ly to
VM. O. I It WIN ti CO., I.'b,
YiJl ! (lenernl Airfnt
IN TIIK CI IK'll IT COt'KT OF TIIK
Firm Circuit. Ilituuiiaii lulaiuln. K.
AUllUSl' IHM'K v. IIAI.IIIM I10'K.
Tim l(i-iubllitof llmwill: To the Miirnliul
of tlm iluwitiluii IdlumlH, or bin llcoiiiy,
Vmi lire coiiiiiiiuuliil to Huiiiinoii lliilbllil
llcick, ilefuniluiit, In t-iim sli luill Hid u rli
it'li iiimwtir witbin twenty ilnyiiufieriieivii'e
licn-oi, to t mitt iiiiieitr liulore the 1'lri.uit
Ciiii.t ut tiui Novuiuiier term tit- reof. to lie
boliluii ut Uonolulii, Ihlitml of Oiiliu on
MONOAV, the .Mb day of November next,
ut leu o'clock A M., to hbow run hi why thu
cliilm of F. Aukuki IIiick, iil.iiiinll', klmulil
not bu iiMurJetl to lilm pursuant to thu
tenor of bis unuuxeit nuiitiuli
Anil buveyou then there ibU writ with
fill ruiurn ot j our iitcH'eutluiL's llnretiu.
WitiifHa Hon. W. A. WJ1IT1NO,
I'irnt Jiiil).'i) of tho Circuit
h i:i.J (oiirt of the First Circuit ut
lloniilulu, tills lUtb Uuy of
UKOKtIK I.UCAK, Clerk.
1 t'eillfy the foregolui; to Imi it true copy
of (lie original HUinuioim lu rulil caui-e.
uml tliui taiil Court orilureil puhllcallou of
thu MIIIIU Hllll COUtillUlllieu of Mild CllllhO
until the next February term of IbU Court.
OKOIttlK 1,1'CAH Clerk.
Jlouolulu, .Nov. 'M, Ib'JI. Ull.'-Ut
IN TIIK ITKOUIT OF TIIK FlItST
Judicial Circuit of tint lliiwiiiluu IkI
ui nix. -lu Probate, lu the mutter of the
Untitle of All hKK, latent lluuului, Kituui,
On reatlliiK mid llllng tint p-titiou uf All
iviiii, oi Jiuuuiei, ivauai, pitiinvr in hum
licofaltl All Hio, allttulliB that All JaH,
onimmiei. Kie.Hi.iiiuiiii.u.tnut num.:
I lol, Kim!, ontliii 8-itli ilui of October, A.
, I), imi., uml emyliiK ilmt l.t.i;r of
AdiiitiiUlriitloii l-biiml to (J. Wlimiii, of
ll inonlurtd lliat Kill DAY. the Ulct duv
of Hi cumber, A 1). IMJl, bo and lii-roby
.iiiiiliil il for hearing huld i'elltlou, In thu
(j.iiirt Itoom i f thin Court, ut Uonolulii, ut
w blob llnm am! plain all ierMiiiHcoucerned
may uppu.tr uml hIiiiw cuukc, If anylbey
have, iy mud I'mitlou nIioiiIiI not bo
Hated llono'lllu, il. I., Nov. 'JU, A. 0.
1 IIAKI.KS F. I'KTKlthON.
, Building and Loan Association,
'pill? ItlliilM.AIt .MONTHLY MKKT-
lilt! Mill be held lit the I dumber of
L l tiiuliiene mi .MUMMY IvVli.MMI, )va.
1 v, imii, hi 7.:ui o'clock.
I gtf I'tiJ inenl urn rciiulred lu (lobl.
I Ai V. tlKAIt,
I lywi-'.'l b'l'orclury.
'"Tyv IrontoTTiJ fcticl.
A Ml. Art .., Iv.l.,
, l WWittrwt.il ""
to MM SOW.
Ml tot old bucket
Tliu Hoard of Health roconi
iiieiid Hint nil drinking wider
lie boiled nnl filtered. No one
vuulinu with our citv sunplv,
bul those who drink
nro always sure of its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. Naca Soda is a puro mine
nil water, just as it comes charged
with sparkling gas from the bo
som of mother oiiith. It is pro
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physicians. It is
not one of the now "inako-be-lieve"
natural waters, but has
been in extensive use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by tho
Holllu, Dozen or Case. Wo now
have eases of Sixty Holtles, es
pecially for families, al the very
reasonable price of if (5 per case.
A trial order solicited by tho
Agents for tbe UuwuIIsm Ulimla.
n .'A - i. t ' im iy :-
m i';.n2JJ .iA. ' I '
1BH 4wwT4VSIa Oi Mi
-f V KSXt-'A .
Q3 i a s. cs
&t . - o on
e 2 I z s. S
CO -5 "i"
I'ER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At tbe Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
F'tllt TWO OU THKKK
Years, u Cotuiijn (cun-
rally loeaicdi of hour
ItonuiK .with 1'iinirv nnil
Kllcbun uttliclied. lliubrnnin. Hervant'n
uud Ciirriui;e-roouiH uml Stiihlea on the
I'reniihes. Thu lloilhe Ih i:iy IHtml up
for hoiiM'l;eeliiK, uud the lot will lie
divided oll'froui thu muiii yard by u fence,
(lond rehHiuiible leuuulu uru wanted. In
iiilru ut the llri.i.r.ri.N Oltlce. 12 il- tf
'XO RENT OR LEASE.
rpilK 1'ltKMIUKU. OK.
1 ii. r tjiieen ami I'uncli-
boIH rceiH, (irmeriy oecu-
pled by Hauderii' rUnrena.
1'0-h sion civen uli.tcu fir li nut, Hp.
J 1 1 1 . )'. i;iii,imiun
I Ifi iv
f.,tltrvuil a l I ,.! It v I . 1 1
Itniin.iiniiui'uii.iinii i -....
If.. ... ... k.. l L'u B.-P
tMiliilmo, onlioi tit rear of aaVvTa
the u.uiruli IIUS lw IStarSSlI
m i-ii in, inn pi yii .i nn ,
rpilUltK WILL HI'. A bl'hCIAI, MIU'.T
1 I mu (if tbe Hli cklinlilerH of the V..-
IiHi'h HrKMKIIir Co., ut llielr OU.ec, nn
'IIIIIHDAV, lieo 1 llll ut IIIo'cIih'I: a, U.
U. II. II'IHK,
IF YOOR SHAFTS RATTLE
X 1 1
tlcr, is tho only sure
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No. T'O Queen fc3trt
in the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It in manufactured after a celchrated formula now
in our poHifSftion. The materials uncd are the pi i rot
ohlainuhle; contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or gums, aud it use cannot he otherwise than pleas
ant aud beneficial.
Many people while laudahly attentive to the preser
vation of tin ir teeth, do them harm l-y using a tooth
powder containing excessive "grit." Daily applied
such dentifrices tuv calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excessive friction, but hurt the gums.
A trial of Aloha Tooth Powhku will convince
anyone of its merits and the advantage of lining 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.
Benson, Smith Ik Co.,
Comer lon. te H.ot,-?.i t n
From Recent Direct Importetious
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. 3L.A.RO-E ASSORTMENT.
Beware of Bacteriated Waterl
Drinking water should he boiled and filtered.
The Only JIkuaui.k Watkk Fnrrcu is the Slack It
BrownloW. They are nride on seientillc. iiiiciplcs. They
are accessible in all parts ami can be readily domed.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LD
liOUNtilt FOUr A MKKQUA.VT KVKKKTH.
OU should hi ing your Carriage
to us, as wc sire the exclusive
makers of the Oahlsox Sir aft
whicli, as nn iinli-rnt-
thing in the world.