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Holders of water privileges, or Uioa
paying water rates, aro hereby noilllt'.l
that the hours (or Irrigation pitrpoies are
from 7 to 8 o'clock A. m., and 0 to (I
o'clock p.m. A. II MOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kinci,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, May -Jj, 181)1. 118.1-tf
Pledged to neithrr Hat w Vriy,
iful JSitablithed for lAe Benefit 0 AH,
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 5, LbiU
Japanese smiles are advocated by
the Advertiser as a branch to be
taught iu the schools. Does it reiur
Gorhatu D. Uilinau, a former uuii
nont resident of Honolulu and later
a State Senator of Massachusetts,
has kindly furnished the Bullktin
with a cop; of a letter he addressed
to the Boston Transcript, replyiug
to criticisms on the Republic ol Ha
waii which wo have nut seen. There
is an air of intense conscientiousness
about Mr. Oilman's letter, m well
as of love for Hawaii. And although
he is seriously mistaken in his judg
ment of a great improvement tu Ha
waiian administration, he expresses
moro truth than poetry when he
places the blame for the revolution
on the unconstitutional action ol
those who were conducting the
NEW MUSICAL SOCIETY.
Takes a Nnmo and Elucta Olllcors
tor Olio Your.
Au adjourned meeting of the char
ter momiHtrs of the new Musical .so
ciety was held la.it evening in the V.
M. O. A. hall, Willi Mrs. C. I-. Wight
iu the chair. Alter the iiiiuuies ol
the previous meeting were read, .Mii
Kichards for the committee on con
stitution and by-laws read her re
port. After some amendments and
discussion a constitution anil by
laws were adopted. 1 lie society it
' to bo called the Honolulu Choral
Society, the object of which is to be
the practice ol the art of music ami
improvement therein ol it mem
bers. Each member will have tu
pay a monthly lee of fifty cents,
i here are to bo live ollicem - Presi
dent, vice-president, secretary, treas
urer and musical director. I'liete
olllcors with two others from the so
ciety to be elected annually will
constitute the executive committee.
The annual meeting of the sdciety
will bo held iu the mouth of Decern
lxr of every year.
The by-laws adopted provide that
any active member who shall be ab
sent from any rehearsal without pre
senting a good reason shall lx liable
to a line of l. The lirst rehearsal
of the new society will be held Tues
day evening, January i, lb'.i'i, and
then every other Tuesday evening.
The following ollicers were elected
for the first year: i'resideut, Itev.
Alex. Mackintosh; vice-president,
Miss Hopper; secretary, ray Tay
lor; treasurer, V. E. Brown; musical
director, Miss U race Itichaids. .Mrs.
C. L. Wight and Miss von Holt were
elected the other two members ol
the executive committee.
Bha Drop In on Oltno From tho
Tho C. A. S. S. Warrimoo dropped
in from tho Colonies at 7 o'clock
yesterday evening. Purser Muuroo
reported that the steamer was de
layed at Sydney two days on account
of repairs to the steamer. She is
now about the same as hersistership
the Miowera. It took six weeks for
the vessel to undergo the change.
Her refrigerating rooms have beeu
enlarged considerably as well as her
after uold. The Warrimoo had very
rough weather coining over, hav
ing had to lay to three dilleretil
times. She left for British Colum
bia about midnight yesterday even
ing. The steamer brought four
passengers for this port and had
tweuty-uiue in trausit.
CAUGHT AFTER TWO YEARS.
Detective Larson Thinks Ho linn
the Burglar of Hollmiror's Shop.
Charles Mitchell, of the notorious
"cowboys" Mitchell family, was ar
rested to-day by Detective l.arseu.
Ho is charged with burglarizing the
shoeing shop of Thomas Uollmger
on Queen street iu Is'.'-. l.arseu is
satisfied he has sullicieiit evidence to
convict Mitchell of the crime. It
will be romembered the iron safe of
Mr. Hollinger was blown upon, the
door crashing into the wall opposite
The damage was considerable and
tho burglar or burglars got away
with a Binall sum of money. It is
believed Mitchell belongs to a gang
of thieves, aud the detectives art)
working a chain of evidence around
Hawaiian Ritlo Association.
At the annual meeting of thu Ha
waiian Jlitlu Association the follow
ing ollicers were elected: Frank
Hustace, president; Walter E. Wall,
vice-president; G. L. McLean, secre
tary and treasurer; Directors, Frank
Hustace, J. 11. Super, C. Hustace, Jr.,
F. S. Dodge, J. 11. Fisher, I). W.
Corbett, John Kidvvoll, F. Clillbrd,
W. E. Wall and J. L. McLean. The
Association is out of debt.
Commissioner Marsdon received a
letter from Prof. A. Koebole dated
at Adelaide, South Australia. Tho
Professor was to leave two days later
for Ceylon, where ho would remain
THE OVERDUE ELSINOBK.
Sold at Fiji to tho Captain Tho
Purser Munro of tho Warrimoo
stated to a Ik'tXETiN reporter that
when the steamer put into Suva,
Fiji, on November 20, tho bark Elsi
uoro was there. She had been sold
to Captain Perkins for A'200. The
Elsinoro loft Newt-mile, N S. V.t for
Honolulu on August 2!) and put into
Suva leaking. The veswl was later
condemned and put up at auction.
Tho only bidder was her master,
Captain Perkins. Tho bark is now
being used as a 1iulk, aud hnr cargo
of coal is being disposed of to differ
ent parties. Tho weathor was pretty
rough at Fiji.
The S.S. Arawa will take tho place
of the S. S. Monowai, aud willarrive
at Honolulu from tho Colonies to
morrow week, Decemlwr III. Tho
Monowai has beeu placed on the ill
fated Wairarapa's route bdt ween Now
Zealand and Sydney. Honolulu peo
ple will welcome the big four-master.
Nino Aro On Tholr Way to British
Tim S. S. Warrimoo had si stow
aways on board from the Colonies.
Among the number was Otto l'etter.
who was formerly of this city aud
whoso family still resides in Hono
lulu, lie had sutlicieut money to
ay his passage with, but was do
icieut the necesary S.M) rciiuired
before lauding. His relatives were
not i lied and on their producing suf
ficient bonds Otto was allowed to
land. Tho other five wore strangers
aud preferred being put ashore at
Victoria or Vancouver.
The four stowaways who came up
on the S. S. Miovvora and who were
iu the custody of the police were
taken on board aud are now on their
way to Victoria. The three meu
who escaped from the Station yard
are still at large, although $10 re
vv ard for each has beeu ollored.
itoss Spencer aud W. Lindlev have
beeu discharged by District .Magis
trate Perry on a charge of gross
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On FRIDAY, Due. 7th,
AT 111 UVI.OI K A. M ,
At Hie Premises, No. 57 Punchbowl Street,
I will ti'l st I'iiIiIIi Auction, liy outer o!
.Mils KKNI.IY iin.l .Mhs.IIAU.N-
iUUlM, a i.iie of
Hrtnusome Ctuhtmas Articles!
tm CimiIx mi vie T1IUK8HAY from
I r m 10 I r M.
Jas. F. Morgan,
All.MIMHTltATOllb' hAI.E Of
Household -:- Furniture
On WI2DXHSDAY, Dec. 12
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I niu iniinti'ii"! I Mrir. llrii'i- Vt
wrlKlil "ml II K. .Mulnurti. AiliniiiUtrn-lor-
ot tli KititU' of I)r U. Trouot-nu, to
icll ul tint IhIh Uebliltjuru, I'unclilfowl
xrnt't, Win loliimliiK ItoilitvliolU rurnl
i urc, ooiiiinliij;
UPilOOTRKD PARLOR SET,
l-onni, Iijcb Ihk Ml'rors,
MiiK, I.aca Ciirtnlns,
LARGE KOA BEDSTEAD,
II. W. IliraiiH, llo'lroom Hh'n,
II. W aii.UUk Dining room'lntiliH,
Lea li-r Upholstered Dining-room Set,
l-r-rne II W Otiire lsk, Wsnlnili-'s,
'Miinliur'' Ituiiu, Kitchen Uti-iixlU,
hn, Ktr., Kw Ktc.
(. I liu 1'rrinl'rs will lie 0MMli'il for
lnrpici on in I l'l. ! i Y, Irom ) a M to
3 I' M.
l .iii-i t
I I1AVK II hi' i:k i.ivkd
J Large TiOt
TROUSERING SAMPLES !
Thnso Snmplos will lin lioro only
ONK WKEK !
'I'll ' h I- a r.irc niHHirliinlty in It
ulvc- joii ii I'lmncii to ilnk from tlioiiHiiinlit
ol Hi" l.nli'al OI)li". ('nil iimt I'luiiilnn
Curntr Fort and Marcluut Strut.
November o, 1S94.
We thought we would have
enough Fertilizer Distributors
to 1 1st a 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 oppoi Utility
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
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
dent of the Electric Light Com
pany could wire piano lamps
with the same perfection that
he did your dwelling ask Ar.
I loffman 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-savins
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
and Oyster Sets are particulaily
noticeable for 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 evervthinir
, i . . V1
needed in this c ass of goods.
Surprise youiself by comparing
, . , , 1 1
puces with those charged else-
Tbe Hiwailu Hardware Go. ltd.
OLD, YET NEW
Tortoise Shell Goods!
Tho larjro P ain Top
Slii'll ( oinl) is tho cor
rect tiling this fall. So
the Comb ' Grandmo
ther" wore comes in just
fight. Strange, how the
old is sure to be revived ;
how every new idea is
but the old in a different
form. My line of real
Shell Combs is very lurgo
at the present time and
contains many special
patterns not generally
found in other stocks.
All the shapes iu plain
and carved, and plenty
of them. Some as cheap
as $1 .()(, some as high as
are aluo once again re
vived, and with thisRia
mhi'h style of dressing the
haK, absolutely iudi-pei -sib
e. We have them in
many shapes, both gold
and silver; aud know
your taste can be satis
lied; while for regular
hair ornaments iu both
gold and nlver, our stock
never offered such tempt
H. F. WIGBHAN,
IklLI) A CO.
IICO TO ANNOUSI'KTIIK All
Iron Baik "Paul Isenberg"
Vii I)n from llirli'liiiiiulf villh n
To Lease !
IJMUt A WNOTKIIMOK . im .
' 5fr all tno.o I'reinl- C3Ki.
im ui I rleo fmnierlj ii'.d fliMJC3
I iv inn h a K up Knuiory VUMSHflk
'lo IIiiIIiIIhijM limil in K up K riorv,
ri in o W'unli u-o, llrcproof; llri'k It IM
1 k Willi l'ul.irv mi 1 ! lli-lflii
Hon f with Kliclieu unit Oiitlinun-s.
T. V. HAWII.NH,
On tlit. rruiiiihcs,
Ok- AKo, home Hlmtlunil l'milfi ami
I (loon timldlc Mole. lilt lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: ADJOl It.N'Kl) ANNUAL
liit-ul iiiK of tliu K A tl 111.01 ltll.linAli
1'iimi'WY, l.lniltiil, hehl at tliflr Olllcn, In
tills i Ity 1111 ilio'.litli liiht ., tliu folloulnt;
OlllriTH uura iilfcleil lo Hervu ililflliK tlin
0. '. Wllili-r I'mildKiit,
S. 0. WIMi-r. Vlw-I'renlileiit,
H. 11. ItiiM) Ki-crftary,
t). 1., Wiclit TrenHiirnr,
0. J. K11IU Amlltor.
ii. It. ItOHK,
Honolulu, Nov. I'D, 18UI. lllti-lm
H.EOTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOUIINC!) ANNUAL
llll'(illll(.' Of Wll.llKlt'H tirKAMHIIU'CllM
I'VNV, l.llllitCtl. Ill-Ill UtlilflrUlllt'll III tlllH
City, on thu Ll.ili lns tlm folliiuiiiKOIlli'trb
wi'rt-ulectt'il to hcrvu ilurlnj; tliu uiisnlni;
0.1. Wivltl I'ruM.li'iit,
J. K. Iluckfflil Vme.l'rriililfiit,
H. II lto." Kicre ury,
H It. itoio T'fHHiirur,
V. K.AIlun Auditor.
b. it hum:,
Honolulu, Nov.-'U, IKiil. IIUS-liu
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
T A hi'wmai. .mm;tini ok wii.-
' "'" HlUMMIH- 'llMI'Ah, l.llllltu.1,
'1 ",,,'i "'" follow Iiik lli'iillHinuii vm'ih
v,,l,,,,,l 'I" 1)irv,u" "' lhu company tor
the t iiniiIiik jmr
! WM ....... N
v.i. r. A M.K.N.
W.M. 0. WII.IIKII.
iko. 0. m:t)Ki.i:v.
I lio ulinvr llillili'il (Irlllliiliii'll loi'ftlicr
with tlm Tri'iililiiut, Vli'ii I'M'-lili'iil, iiml
HiiTilaiy uiul Iniiniiri'rof tlm ( 'tiiiipaiiy,
i-oimli'iilo tint llimnl of lllri'ilnrn
IJOl 1 lit H. II. Kliai:, HiuUary.
Tho Hoard of Health recom
mend that all drinking water
bo boiled and filtered. No one
doubts the necessity nf this pre
caution with our city supply,
but those who drink
nro always sure of its nhsoluto
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. Nai'A Soda is a pure mino
ral water, just as it eonics charged
with (-pnikling gas from tho bo
som of mother earth. Jt is pre
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physicians. It is
not 0110 of tho now "nmko-be-lievo"
natural waters, but has
been iu extensive use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by tho
Hoi lie, Dozen or Case. Wo now
have eases of Sixty Hollies, es
pecially for families, at the very
reasonable price of $( per case.
A trial order holieitud by tho
AkuiiIh for the HmwuIIbu lilnuN.
- ri "
Will bu. mudu to keup
uxcullunt time if lul't
for time duys with
JnnHit & Co., the
Well-known and LYli
uhlo Wutoh Makt'i h.
If Hutiufuction in not
givou your inonoy wi 1
he refunded in full.
FAKRER & CO.,
SIS 'fort street,
TBE0S0PH1CAL :: LECTURE !
A I.UUIUKKttlll boplvmhy Mus.
On FRIDAY EVENING, Dec 7tb,
At the 'I li-nuoiili'vui Hll, u rrnr of
Nununu uml Murine Hirro h, III
t ib "Kunter UlocU."
IA- Doors will ohmi t 7 o'cloolr. fac
tum to L'(iininnrii iirniiitly lit n'uloi'k,
Alluruco ulul y lit vl til.
Hnlijfct of tlic U'i'tnrti w II Im
' Tlinoaophical Ideals "
FOH HAI.E 0IIEA1'
A.SIMIUY IN VKIIV
IIihhI llmmlr. AImi
it few llrnkiH liolli Nrw Viyliiii.:
v!!sj n rjfMcM
r C JfJI .OTWl I 'TWhwiM
B.. frrv&7''.l " A kiAm...T.ft hurl.r
W& JV&fftn Orkr'd lif 1 1 W eld bucket
mill hri-ilil-llilllil. Alilil) In
W W WitMIIIT.
I HIV-11 Jlonnluln CnrrluK" .M'l'y
IF YODR SHAFTS RATTLE
g ' " lyy
tler, is tho only sure
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G
No. 7"0 Queen e3tr?t.
is the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It in manufactured after a eel hrated formula now
in our possession. The materials used are the pure-t
ohtainahle ; contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or guniH, aud iU list- cannot lie otherwiMc than plcuu
ant and henedeial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the precer
vatiou of their teeth, do them harm ly lining a tooth
powder containing excessive "giit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excesnive friction, hut hurt the gums.
A trial of Ai.oiia Tooth Powdku will convince
anyone of its merits aud the advantage of lining a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can he certain.
It is attractively put up, and will he sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oomer F'oxn. At H.ot.j tStn
From Recent Direct Importations
HAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LARQE ABSORTMENT,
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking wiiter should hi hulled and filtered.
The Oni,v Kki.iaui.k "Watku Fii.tku is the Slack k
Browalow. They are undo on seientilie pri-eiples. They
me aecessihle in all parts aud can he readily domed.
PACIFIC UAUDWAKti CO., L'D
COItNtilt FOltr k MKKOUANT STIII3RTH.
OU should bring your Carriage
to us, as we are the exclusive
makers of the Carlson Shaft
Spimng, which, as an anti-rat
thing in the world.