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Holders ot water privilege, or thou
paying water ratea, nru lioroby notlticil
that the hours (or Irrigation purpoios nre
frotu 7 to 8 o'clock v. m., in U 0 to (1
o'clock p.m. A. HUOWV,
BuperlntonJent Iloiuliilu Water Work.
J. A. Kinii,
Mluloturof the Interior.
Honolulu, May 'J3, IS'JI. USUI
Pledged lo neither wtr ",
tful A'nufrifarVd or lir hmrfit i, Att.
TUKSDAY, DEC 1, ittXt
What is tho uro of Ka Loo, Mr.
Bush's organ, lying on tliu arrival of
every mail about "good nows" for
tho royalist cause that has novur
been received t It it had not been for
a campaign of lies and a reliance on
brokou reeds, the cause of tho con
stitutional monarchy aud of the in
dependence of Hawaii might to-day
If tho Government desire to save
tho Jtepubliu from irredeemable dis
grace, it will disband the gang of
rutllans enlisted ai a so-called mount
ed patrol. Nothing in the blackest
days of kanaka police domination
comes up to the brutality and in
famy debited lo this branch of the
peace establishment since its revival
by the 1'rovisioual Government.
J. F. Bowen on Trial for 8ottniK
111 House on i'lro.
Tho trial of J. P. lioweii for arson
has been on in the District Court all
this forenoon. When called Uowoti
refused to plead and it was so re
corded. Joe Clark waslhe lirst wit
ness, lie testilied to having assisted
lu the extinguishing of tuo lire at
Bowou's place, at Waikiki, on Frulti)
evening, December 'M. He hail
been attracted by a Chinaman. it
uess burst tu the front door on find
ing thai the lire could not be reach
ed from the outside. The lnulillo
door, the entrance lo the room
under which the lire was, could not
be opened; although there win a Ke
lu it, il would iiol work. Kul ranee
was ellecteu through ihe hack door,
which had to be hurst open. Au
axe was secured ami the Uoor was
torn up. A half kerosene tin con
Uiuiug some mixture was found, and
near it a sack saturated with kuro
seue oil. Duckets of water put out
the lire. There were holes in the
boards aud it looked as if they haii
been cut out. Sills supported the
Jim Mace was the next witness.
Defendant called witness from his
home, about eighty feet away from
his house, ami shotted him through
tho diHoroiit rooms in the hoiiite,
with the exception of the room
uuder which the tiro origiuntud.
Witness had not been in the house
for live years. Deleiidaul had left
the house about twenty minutes,
aud witness was in his garden when
tho alarm was given.
M. Davis, a Chinese store-keeper
and Luati, a native fisherman, who
live in the immediate vicinity, testi
fied to having assisted in putting
out tho tire. They saw defendant
leave tho house, but differed in the
time, how long he had gone, when
the fire occurred. At noon the
prosecution gave notice that they
would produce the insurance policy
on iioweu's furniture.
PULE CHECKED IN TIME.
Good Barvico Performed by a Pollco
man This Morning.
A watchful native policeman pre
vented what might have been an
other big lire in Cliinatowu. The
oilicer was on his heat on Niiuauu
street at 2 o'clock this morning
when ho noticed flames issuing from
the rear of Dias' guitar store, adjoin
iug the Iieo Hive on the makai side.
He rushed over, burst open tho door,
aud, with tho assistance of others
who had been attruuted by his cries
of fire, extinguished the llames. Part
of the roar wall of the shop was
badly scorched. A little more head
way aud it would have beou hard
work for even the elliuiont lire
department to get it uuder control,
as half of the block is composed of
old wooden buildings. The origin
of tho fire is a mystery.
Duriug tho excitement caused by
tho lire three guitars were stolen
from the store. When the proprie
tor found out his loss ho reported
to tho police. I ho detectives imme
diately got to work aud Ah Lo the
jailbird, William lliuhiu and Stun
Keau wore arrested on suspicion.
IN FREE AIR AGAIN.
An Opium Possessor Who Has fiorvud
Isaac Cockott, who was convicted
with Edw. Dovauoholto about a year
ago of having opium in possession,
walked out from Oahu Prison this
morning a free man. Cockott was
sentenced to pay a line of $'D, and
not having the money he was im
prisoned. He went to jail on Dec,
4, 1803, and completed one year to
day. Ho gained his liberty under
the statute, which provides that a
1risonor be released in one year if
io cau satisfy two police judges that
ho has neither money nor property.
This only applies to those who are
G. II. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tuner, cau fur
nish best factory references. Onlem
loft at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceivo prompt attention, All work
Kuaranteed to Ihi tho same an dune
THUDS IN THE SADDLE.
Shocking 8tory of Brutality by the
In spite of removals and resigna
tions for disorderly and unlawful
conduct, which havo almost com
plotely changed tho personnel of
tho mounted patrol since it wa
started to look out for treason ami
chicken stealing, the morals of tho
service do not seem to have im
proved. Sit unlay midnight no less
than live of the.-e rowdies, whom the
Marshal lm put on horseback, are
reported U have brutally maltreated
a poor tipsy native, upon tho
strength of a charge of robbery
made verbally against the kanaka by
a drunken bandsman.
Nahale, as the name of the native
is, stood otT two of tho badged ruf
fians by his superior siugle strength.
One after another of their comrades
came on the scene, until live of them
were joined in the assault. The
hore of one rode the native down,
whoil he w.n seized by the others,
one milling his fool on (lie prostrate
man s neck while he was being bound
with n rope. This having been ac
complished the mounted brutes rode
oil", and T. 1$ Murray coining along
took the captive to the station to
give an account of himself.
Such is the story as tout by per
sons who live in tho neighborhood
saw the disturbance. It is
said further that the bamUiuau was
not robbed at all, but lost his money
iu a spree about town. Members of
the regular force believe the story
in its worst details, as some of the
mounted patrol have boeu heard
threatening to "do tho kanakas up."
Marshal liilchcock will, however,
investigate the matter.
The charge of robbery against Na
hale has been nolle pros'd and tho
100 EAST A PACE.
Rnckluss Riders Bring Haim to a
A halfcasle named William Fish
was severely hurl at ):'M o'clock
yesterday evening. Fish lives at
Mnaualua and wa- on his way home
in a hack driten by himself. Near
the Moaualua stream he stepped
outside of a Chinese poi shop. He
was there hut a few minutes when
two men belonging to the S. S. Aus
tralia and a woman came dabbing
along on horseback, heading towards
Moaualua. The trio were going at
a furious pace. One of the men's
horses struck tho hack with such
force a to smash tho wheel and
throw Full out. lu the fall Fish
win iiadlv cut on the left leg below
the knee, although no bones were
broken. A telephone message for
help as sent into town and a police
captain w.n sent down. The injured
man was biouglit into town and
taken to the (ju.-eii't Hospital. The
riders returned to town and put
their horcs up at the Pantheon
Stables where they belonged. It is
not known as nt whether tho men
will be arrested for furious ami hued
Honor to n Honolulu Korostur.
Tlioma Lindsay tlm jeweler while
iu Sin Francisco was almost eaten
up by the Fmesters. They feailed
linn by uiuhl and toted him around
through the day. No wonder, either,
for twenty years ago he instituted
the lirst Court of the Ancient Order
of Foiesters on the Pacific Coast.
The Foresters' Advocate of Novein
Imr IK gives a report of a banipiel
given by the Foresters of San Fran
cisco iu honor of Mr. Lindsay. It
miss that it wn the grandest ban
(piot ever given by any fraternal
order in San Francisco. Il was on
December 11 twenty years ago that
.Mr. Lindsay instituted Court Kobiu
Hood, A.O. F., iu S.m Francisco.
Some of the charter members wore
present on this occasion to woLomn
Judge Cooper has signed a decree
in II. ilackfeld Co. vs. C. Hrewer
A: Co., Ld., and others, confirming
the findings of (lie master and order
ing the defendants to pay into court
tho amounts respectively reported
as dm by them to plaint ilfx.
The November term closed Mon
day nt ft p m and the divorce case
of W. C. Ac hi agaiui
oi (i j iiwio (litiiunv inn tw tuv
being concluded, it goes over to lies'
term, plaintiff in thu meantime to
pay 17 a week al'inony to defaudaut
besides counsel fees.
(iiiml liia UMlik twit
The Leilaui Heal Club will meet
to morrow evening at the Hotel.
Uy Jus. F. Morjjun.
AUCTION SALK OF
On FUIDAY, Dec. 7th,
AT HI O't LOCK A. M ,
At tlie Piemhe?, No, 57 Punchbowl Street,
I wi I m-I nt t'ulillit Auulloii, ly (i der of
.Ma KK.Nr.lJY uml Mrn.IIAKN-
II Willi", a Mie ot
Handsome Gdristmas Articles !
(r "ol mi wivTHHUSjIUY from
I I' M III I I M
Jhs F Joi'gELja,
IJ.i.1 II AIIOTIONKKK.
To Lease !
IOIt A M'Ni.'IKUM ()V
1 )riir all ti-n t I'ri'inl-
ill I i-li-ii le'inrrl) tlul
l lie h a mi l-'iiiHiirv
I llnilillniM iiM-d in h-.iii r-'octory,
in iiri-li urn, ilriiruo(j Uriel. II iiM
I'll vv II tl UllklTV him Hi4' llWI'llllIb'
llun-i vtlili Klii.'lifiiunil Oiitlimifct'ti.
T. W. HAWI INH,
On lie' I'ri'inlM'-.
V- A Nil. miiiui hlu'tliunl
1 Uuoil Uiulilli' Miilu.
Noivmlvr so, iSi)4.
We thought we would have
enough Fertilizer Distributors
to list ;i little while, but we
were evidently mistaken. Out
of the carload received by the
Alameda we have three left
end those are being watched
by different plantation mana
gers with a view to purchasing.
First come lirst served, how
ever, and if you want one of;
them now is your opportunity J
to buy it.
We've opened our cases of j
Piano, Banquet and Hanging!
Lamps and sold a lot of them. !
Thev are entirely different and ,
u.,,,,!.,,.,.. : ,w:.,., ilm.i .. .
""i.wuiiici ' 'S" ""' "'.)
we have ever had before. One
of them, a Banquet Lamp, is a j
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'ie
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
dent of Ihe Electric Light Com
pany could wire piano lamps
with the same perfection that
he did your dwelling ask ir.
Hoffman about it.
Our Onyx Tables this year
are prettier than any we have
ever had, the shapes arc differ
ent and Ihe 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-
ancc. I nese tilings 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 eveiy 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 lor nncnnecK 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
and Oyster Sets are particularly
noticeable for their beauty and
A grade lower than the solid
goods is the Plated Ware, some
of which we show in the makai
wiiulow. Wc have everything
needeil in nils cuus oi jjoous.
Surprise yourself by comparing
prices with those charged else
where. Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Go, Ltd.
OLD, YET NEW
TortnlM Shell Goods!
Thu Int'tfo V nin Top
Shell otib is the i or
rt'ct thin thin full. So
the Comb "Grandmo
ther" wore comes in just
light. Strange how the
oil in sure to be revived ;
how every nuv i 'en is
hut the old in a different
form. My line of real
Shell Combs is very laro
at the present time mid
contains many special
patterns not generally
found i't other stocks.
All tin- shapes in plain
and carved, and plenty
of them. Some as cheap
as Sl.Oc, some as high as
once, ajratn re-
vived, and with this s a
khi'h style of dressing the
hah, absolutely indispei -sib
c We have them in
many shapes, h-ith gold
aud r-ilver; and know
your taste cau be satis
fied; while for regular
hair ornaments iu both
gold aud cilver, our stock
never offered such tempt
H. F. WICBMAN,
W t CO.
iir.o ro annoiincktiii: All
UIVAI. oktiii: It
Iron Baik "Paul Iseuberg"
III J Pit) from (irrtnminilr with a
1 '.1)1-1 w
FOUR NICE LOTS
Ni-nr Kini; Btrtnt, Opixisllu Itulor
Also, U 1-otHon Qiurn Htrca between
l'liiii hi'uwl uml Koutli street.
tw Kor fart'cularu, Iminire el
R W WILCOX,
Cunit-rol O teen uml Niuisnii Htree s.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
T TIIK ADJOlTUNbl) ANNUM.
ri. meutliiK o tho K Ml in III ItAli.liOAU
I'OMI'A.NY, l.lllllU'll, Ill-Ill Ut tllllir Olllru, III
tills i Ity on iliv -iltli Intl.. lliu IoIIihvIiik
Ollli'i-rx wura tli)ctt-il lo ni-rvo during tlm
U. I WIMir I'reniilent,
ri. (1. WIMi-r. Vlni-I'rvnhleiit,
rf. II Ituhti Kt-rrutnry,
0. li. Wiiilit Tri'imurur,
0. J. Kulk Amlitor.
H. II. ItOBK,
lionuliilu, Nov. 'Hi, lt.'Jl. llui-lm
ELECTION OF 0FFI0EU8.
AT THK ADJODUNKl) ANNUAL
mt-etliir ol Wll.imit'rt HrKAUHinrCiiM.
CANY, l.liulti-il, hold ut lljulr Ulllini in this
City, on tlio'Jiiili liiHi.,tlin (olliavliigUllli'ers
worn elt-c'lL-d to mtvo during lliu oniiiiiiK
0. I. V'lv'it....
.1. K. irtiiiklulil.
S. II Itosii.
S II. IIohii
W. V. Allen.
J " "'" sv- -" N"-
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Sjirclitl IhirUit fut (Vimiifr,
llr I.IuIiIk'n liivlviiriitrir tlm nrratcHt m
iiifdy lor Hi'inlniil Viikii(' li ot Mill
IiihmihiiiI I'riviitii IMhi-hwh, iivrni'iiurM I'ru
ni:iluri'inii uml pri'inirim nil lor innrrliif;u
li'tt'Hitiilli'H. iilt'iiHiiri'Hitnil rt'NKiiiblliltinK!
II trlhl liiiilln itlvi'ii or ki'iil friu to nny omi
iliBi'rlliliiK i)iiiitiiiiiH cull nr inlilri'vi IUU
llfMrv Ht., irlvutu iiiitrniicc iO.'i Mnmiu Ht.,
Hun r-'MiiuUuu, llia-il ly
V. IrontocwitaJfl, .
BttliMiltll ' '
i Yiaj ddtfn II) IV Will
The Hoard of Health recom
mend Hint all drinking water
he boiled and filtered. No one
doubts the necessity of this pro
caution with our city supply,
but lho.e who drink
are always sure of its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. Napa Sofia is a pure mine
ral water, just as it comes charged
with r-pnrkling gas from tho'ho
soin of mother earth. It is pre
scribed and recommended by thu
most eminent physicians. It is
not ono of the new "makc-he-lievo"
natural waters, hut has
been in extensive use for twenty
five years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by tho
Mottle, Doen or Case. We now
have riiM's of Sixty Iloltles, es
pecially for families, at the very
reasonable price of .$0 pur ease.
A trial order solicited by tho
Adonis tor tlm It-iwitllmi IsIiihIh.
JkY Wrkaf WW
Od e X. i CO
eg 2 s -2 s S
Oi -I is V
"Will bu made to keep
excellent time if left
for thr c days with
Faiirch & Co., the
Well-known and Keli
nble Wutch MukuiH.
If Hutitsfaction is not
given your money wi 1
he refunded in full.
FAKRGR & CO.,
SIB Fort gtreat.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
IF YODR SHAFTS RATTLE
tUU should bi mg your Carriage
fn iia nu Wi nrn flio n-voliiaivr
" 1.1JJ UU
M V I II
J Spring, which, as an anti-rat
tler, is tho only sure thing in the world.
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
NTo. TO Queen Street
is the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It ia manufactured after ti celebrated formula now
in our poscHHion, Tbe material- used nre the ptmt
obtainable; contaiiiH nothing deleteriotiH to the teeth
or piniH, and its ttse cannot be olherwitc than pleiis
aut and beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the prci-er-vntion
of tin ir teeth, do them harm tiy ttsin a tooth
powder containing excessive "jiit.M Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure thu
enamel by excessive friction, but hurt the gums.
A trial of Ai.oii.v Tooth I'owdkk will convince
anyone of its merits mid tbe advantage of using a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can bit certain.
It is attractively put up, and will be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oomor Fort M Elo.ri fcitw
Prom Recent Direct Importations
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soapo i
A. LAROE ASSORTMENT,
Beware of Bacteriated Water i
Driulving water should be boiled and liltcrcd.
Tbe Oni.v Ur.i.iAiu.i: AVatkii Fii.tku is the Slack It
BroWuloW. They are ui'idu on scicntilio principles. They
are accessible in nil parts and can be ninthly cletued.
PACIFIC llAUDWAIiH CO., VD
COUNKIl FOItr & MHIIGI1ANT STUBRTH.
t J IU V UllVy ViAVI UD1 I V
the Oahlsox Shaft