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Holders o( water prlvllegei, or tliois
paying water rates, are herob) tiutillol
that the hour fur Irrigation imrpoies are
from 7 to 8 o'clock . M., mid 6 lu U
o'clock r. m. A. IIHOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tlie Interior.
Honolulu, May 25, ls'JI. 1 is I-tt
Pledged Jo fwtlAer Stci n turn,
iiul K$tabliitH.d for ,tix iSenil o -11-.
THURSDAY, DEC. 0, l!4
A "stiuriso alarm"' Is shown m a
dowutowu whitlow. Tlio swrot or
vice ought to buy it a? a stilittittitu
for "royalist Acarun."
Ka Loo alfoots to boliuvo tliu
Bulletin oxists but to bo duspignil.
Yet iivo liuos in tliis paper draws
out fantastic iiivcctho by tlio
column iu Ka Leo.
"Abstract political principles" arc
only to bo blown aaitlo liku straws
whun thoy stand in tlio way of morn
expodiouuy and Bullish tlosiiis. This
it a maxim that would bo a suitable
motto for souiu of our neighbor
It tfivos tlio Advurtisur uubouuded
joy ami uudilututl comfort to Hud
that Now York tlio "limpiru Statu"
has boon so gerrymandered as to
deprive the Democratic party of the
advantage of being iu the majority.
llow a journal that professes belief
iu government by, (or, anil of the
people should chuckle over such
colossal trickery iu politics is a
mystery that probablj only iWclf
can solve. President Dole ami his 1
coadjutors of 1MU and today can I
hardly feel llaltered at having an
analogy drawn, as is done l the
Advertiser, between their "move
ment" aud the dirty gerrymander
ing of New York Statu.
SCHOOL HOSPll'AL, WOHK.
Kauieliamuha School for Hoys has
opened up an important branch of
practical training, in addition to its
tuition iu various arts. A hospital
lias been started at the iiibliiutiou,
where lectures on accidents, emer
gencies and poisons are given.
Whore there are so many people liv
ing, there must bo more or less sick
ness, as well as an occasional acci
dent. To utilize tltese ills to which
tlesh is heir for instructing the pupils
to bo useful iu relieving aud mitigat
ing pain aud distress, when no pro
fessional medical attendance is avail
able or when competent nursing in
required, will bo of untold beiielit in
rounding on" the capacities of the
Kamehamoha scholars. The school
seems, however, to have an abnormal
share of work in its hospital for the
start. In October lbi sores were
dressed, and Ml cases of measles aud
DO other cases treated. There were
lectures for the mouth on what to
do iu accidents, how to put out lire,
the dressing of burns, scalds and
bites, amesthittics, use ami abuse of
opium, and thetieatmeutof German
aud real measles.
VICIOUS USE Of THE CLUIi.
Anlntoxicatod Mau Brutally Abusud
by an Otllcor.
Some of the regular police need
regulation as well as the mounted
patrol. Thoy seem to be mutilating
"the finest" of .New York iu the
clubblug process against which a
storm of ludigiialiuu broke out in
the American metropolis.
Saturday night a hnlfcaste car
driver became overcome with liquor
it is said his first spree for seven
years aud a policeman arrested
Liu. The oilicer Bcuod him roughly
by the collar, when theollunder told
bim there was no need for hucIi vio
lence, that he would walk along
quietly. This not suiting the cop,
the car driver, who is a strong man,
shook himself clear of tlio grip on
bis collar. The policeman thereupon
proceeded to club the prisoner with
out stiut, oue of the blown making
the victim's wrist aud hand power
less for thruo days. It took the aid
of another policeman, ultimately,
to get the prisouer to the station,
where ho would have gone quietly
if he had not been abused.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
npJiK j'AiiTNKitbinr ukki:ioiv)i:k
enistlnu liotwccii un liiinii. IiiIiiimiii
ami Htory is hereby lUsolvt.il, Mr Vun
Camp retiring 'I lio liilnliiesnt will lie urn
due ltd in futurit by Jnlilixon uml fetor).
T. VAN I'A.Ml'
M li JOHWIN.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
A I.I. I'KUBO.NH I.YlKNIHMi ID
tuku )niHnno on tliu Mi'hiners "li
Nii"inl 'm'i.vuihnk" mm Honolulu nre
liuruliy ruiiieati!l to ptirctiani' tli ki la ill
thu Ciiinittii ' Olllce before einliiiiUli;,
ml sny HeU;r (uIIIiik Id il o will m
milijei'i to iuy twvni)-llv purcimt of tin
rrKuUr (re in mldlllon lliurvln. ThU rule
will liu utrli'tly unlnriml (rem ninl nfter
January I, Ib'iri. l'or the convenient! nl
iiamiKiiKvrs tliu Wluirl llllii'u will lie i" ii
for Ilia kulu nl tU'Leta on Hie iilturimuu of
IlieUsyuf ikIIIiiii nl tliu uti'Hinerit 'Kinai '
WII.IIKK'H hir.AMHIIir CO.
Honolulu, l)ic. II, ls'JI. IWi-lni
BOOTLESS HOUSE SEARCHES.
Poor Nativos Aro Annoyed in Their
Homes by the Police
A penal summons wa served Tues
day mutiing on Damioti,au ex-policeman,
for conspiracy. Ho was brought
to tlio StaMon and interrogated.
His house at the foot of Kichanls
street, near Queen street, was search
ed by Oulcors Kanae anil Puhi for
arms. None were found. Mattresses
... i ...- i :.i..
down nuil every comer lu the house
searched without success. When
the ollicors reported back to the
Marshal, that otllcial was a very an
gry man. It had been reported to
hint by the specials that Damion was
in a conspiracy to revolt against tlio
Goveruiuetit. The calibers of three
dillorcul imolvers said to be in his
possession were furnished the Mar
shal by the spies. After the investi
gation Daiiiitn was told to report to
Senior Captain Parker at ' o'clock
Thursday morning. Uowas prompt
ly on hand, and the captain dismiss
ed him after a few questions.
Tuesday evening the room of Pa
kala, a boatboy who pulls iu the pilot
boat, was also searched for arms.
The seatch was by D. Kaaoa and
another and was done while the
owner was absent iu the pilot boat
Willi tlio S. o. Vwirriinoo. kvery
nook and eorucrt nnd all drawers
with the exception of one were
searched. This list drawer was
locked and I ho ollicors awaited tlio
return of the owner. When Pakala
did arrive lie handed over the key
and on tiio receptacle being opened
it was found to contain a tax receipt,
other papers and some money.
This second report of non-success
very much displeased the Marshal
and it will go hard with the spis if
they report any more such con
spiracies. Doth Dainieu and Pakala are very
indignant over the affair, but say
they knew it was no use to make
any fuss over it. They nre poor na
tives. At the time the men's houses
wero being searched one was looking
for employment on the arrival of
the Warn moo and the other was
out in the pilot boat.
Propating for Christinas.
Mrs. It lardman's "Ka Mnile" stock
imu.ir all sold and anticipating a
hea-.y demand for Christmas gtods
she ordered a line Hue of rancv
Articles, nic, they will arrive on
the next Australia. Her large
ami commodious lauai will be lilted
up as a show room. All her old
customers and the Honolulu people
in general are invited to inspect this
magnificent slock of Christinas
MMIHKi: Mil; I.O'IH AT . .,.. .
1 M11I.1U ut ii Ihwiii. tttLit.
.'ii.miiHi w id m'H fit Imt thfrfik
iik ii whole or n'l'.imti'U M' TlUMaw
('timnitn IIIih'K, Mervlitml Mrcct.
Cl'IY I'HOPKKTY FOR 8ALR.
m.i:y ih-m it a iw.i:
I o lltniM ui i In- i r. -t-
iir Inn, will ! roM Inn.
Ciiil uf lie mi iii' mux ri'iiniln on inert-
VW ..l iuiIiU OIlUv. nil II
1 JIAVK .11 ST UI'.i niVKIi
.A. Large Lot
TROUbERING SAMPLES !
TUobh Sumplos will bn horo only
fV 'Ill's I ii raie 0"'unliy at II
t'ive miii ii eliiuiei to ilel. from tlioiiaielc
of tliu l.'ili')t Mili'H. I'hII nn I loionlne
Corner Tort and Mnrclunt Strets.
Grocery : Store
3 Nl'UAMT sritKrr,
llttwetin lintel uml KIiik Ktrei t, next le
1 (ns riielieil 11 I lri-cl.iH (Inn (try Sloro
us iilmve. Me will kiep iiIwiijhihi luinii
tliu He'll ninl 1 nslii nl
Miioricau and Eogiibii Groceries
Canned CJooils, Etu.,
Ami ilo lilt Ix'Nt to li like nil
XM- I'nrelmn"! ilellveri'l In all .irtH
nf Urn Cli).
IjviT'v.i.t'w.Rl 'Tolcish.sri.o 2S7.
Vi 'i llulhtln, r,() mil, ifr
month, dtliwrctl by currUn.
November 30, 181)4.
We thought we would have
enough Fertilizer Distributor
to list u little while, but we
Were evidently limtilkCll. Ollt
of the ciulo.id received by the
Alameda we have three left
end those are being watched
by different plantation niana-
jjeii. with a view to purchasing.
First come first served, how
ever, and if you want one of
them now is your opportunity
to buy it.
We've opened our cases of
Piano, Banquet and Hanging
Lamps and sold a lot of them.
They arc 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 coloiing
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.
Hoffman about it.
Our Onyx Tables this year
are prettier than any we have
ever had, l he shapes are differ
ent and (he onyx has hand
somer colorings. There's one
in the store (already sold) that
iswoith 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,
simnlv thiouirh their ice-savinu
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 light.
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 at tides in Aluminum
areseiviceable 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 fiom the factory.
The assoitment is complete
and must win the admiration
of every one who likes pretty
things. The Butter Spreaders
and Oyster Sets aie particulaily
noticeable for their beauty and
A grade lowei than the solid
goods is the Plated Ware, some
of which we show in the makai
window. Wc have everylhiniy '
. . "l
Heeded 111 tlllS Class Ol IJOOilS.
, . n
bin prise ymiisell hy coinparinif
. ' .;,., , iii
prices willi those chained else-
The Hawaiian Ilardware Co. Ltd.
Opposite llpn ) Blook,
vMr wowrr mncm
OLD, YET NEW
ToiMsa Shell Goods!
Tlio larirc P niu Top
SI it'll ( (mil) is tlio tor
rcct tliMi this fall. So
tin- Comb "(iianrlmo-
tliC! WOIV COIIH'H ill just
tilit. Slrangt' how the
old i hmiv to In' revived;
how overv few i lea i
but the old in a different
form. My line of ivul
Shell Combs is very luryo
nt the present time and
contains many special
patterns not generally
found in other stocks.
All the shapes in plain
and carved, aud plenty
of llicin. Some as cheap
as $1.0", some a high as
are al"o oner
vived, mid with this sea
son's Myle of (liVKiiitj; the
hni'', absolutely indi-pei -sib
e. Wo have them in
many -napes, Until fjoiu
aud silver; aud know
your liHtu can be satis
fied ; while for regular
hair ornaments in both
gold and -liver, our stock
never offered such tempt
H. F. WOMAN,
mil) & co.
IIKil 10 ANNOUNCE THE Alt-
iuvai. or tiii: it
Iron Bark 'Tan! Isenberg"
I'.'J Pnjn from tirrteiinini'e with n
To Lease !
7011 A I.ONII TKItM OK
ivnrn all tMiin 1'reinl
-el ut leleo (orine'l) uml
liv inn h u S mi Kiiolnrv.
'inn lliillilingi i Mil ut K up K einrv,
K in u Wiireh life, llrepruuf; ISri-k II 1 11
i; Willi I'uLerv uiu rl it DimIIIhk
Iliiu-e with Kllelien uml OiilleiUfes.
T. W HAWIMB,
On ilif I'renilfes.
VA Alv, son o Hlietnuiil l'o"lea anil
1 IIihhi bmlilln Mule. I -ill Iw
ELECTION OF OFHOEUS.
T TUi: ADJoritNhl) ANNl'AI.
V iniutliiK nf tliu K Mini in IIahihuii
iMi-nl l.liuitctl, Imlil ut tlinlr Olllru, In
linn i lly on 'lie '.lilli Inil. tlm fnllnuilli;
Olllii.ru were ulvuleil to nerve iliulnu tliu
11. I. Wilder. .... I'ri-clilHiit,
b. U. WilUi r Vlce.,re(i'nt,
b. II Unn bVurulury,
(!. I.. Wiulil .... .Treasurer,
0. J. 1'itlk Auditor.
H. II. IIOHK,
Honolulu, Nov. 31, Ib'll. lUH-lm
1 LECTION OF 0FFI0KU8.
AT TDK ADJOUUNKI) ANNUAL
llll'l'llln III ll.lll.llV hlKAHMIII'I'llil-
rv.NV, lilmiliil, heM ut tlieir llllli t In iIiIh
Cit , nn tl.u '.l .in IiihI,, the lolluw uih Ollleers
were eleetiil in i-ervu iliirlnu tlm einlnj;
'. I. Wlflll I'j-fsldfllt,
.1. K. Ilueklilil Viee-erexlileut,
b. II lln beiiHHry,
b It. Iiii-ii ... T eaiitrer,
W.K. Allen Anilltnr.
b. II HOni;,
llniK.lnlii, Nov. -M, 1KII. llH-i-Ini
NOTIOH OF ELECTION.
a r a hn:ci i. .m i i in i -n ok yi i.-
(1 lllllV blMM'Mir InMI'A.NV, lillllltt'll,
Iii'l'lntlliilriillliu, lutliU I'llj, lHf..inli-r
I, IMII. Ilie (nlloulliu lli'llllrlnuii were
i,,,,ii'i imeior. ut um cuhuiii for
wm. f. wii.nmt
Oho, K. IIIIDKI.I.V.
I lie lilme n.llneil llenllnineil lii:ellmr
uilli I lie I'lioiilnnt. Vim I'noliti ill. uml
Kieri'liii) ninl I leiiininr nl tliu ('nimnny,
eoimll niiillie lluiriliif lllrieliira
VMl I in H. II. KOfti:, Hnnilnry.
mf MoMMltn UAt
( Iron UttldlxrcM. -
'. C.A...J J.! f.tl
j. mi ic.iiiuii iwi.
Or ht'd lit fad eld bucket '
The Hon nl of Health rocom.
mend thnt all drinking water
ho hoiled and filtered. No one
doubts the neeesqity of this pre
caution with our city supply,
hut those who drink
nre always sure of its ah-mlnle
purity. Wo warrant every hot
lie. N.M'A Soda is a puro mine
ral water, just as it comes charged
with mrkling gas from (lie ho
som of molher oarlli. II is pre
.scrihud and recommended by the
moil eminent physicians. It is
not one of the new "niako-he-lieve"
natural waters, hut has
been in extensive ue for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters'' by I he
Hultle, Doen or Oifc. We now
have cases of Sixty Hot ties, es
pecially for families, at the very
reasonable price of .fit per case.
A trial order solicited by the
Awn ' 1'ir Ukw.iIImi luliinln.
i" t-iiHMHiartb. .
" S CIS
S I i
o 2-1 M
O) aa as
Will 1) made to luiop
excellent time if left
for thno days with
Faiuicu & Co., the
WelMcnown and Hcli
able Watch Maki'.H.
If fsatinf action in not
given your money wi'l
he refunded in full.
FAKREK & CO.,
BIS lort street.
THE0S0PH1CAL :: LECTURE !
A I.K01IM(K1I1 ln'nlVPllbyMiih.
This Thursday Evnuintfi Dec 7th,
At tlm 'Hi ouniili'uii Hull, n rinruf
Nuiiiiini uml .Murine Hire h, In
tiiu "Koitnr JtlcM'k."
k DoorH will npeli it 7 n'l'loelc. I-".
turn In i'iiiiiiiihiii'ii nriitiiitl lit A n'uloek.
All iireeo nlul1) lit VI nl.
fiillijeut ill tl e Utl ire w II lid
Thoaoplnoal Idals "
FOH BALK 0UUA1'
A hH II It V IN VIJHY
IIumI hejinlr Aim
it lew 1 1 run en nniii nr
uml Hut iinl-liniiil. Apin) In
W. W. W 1(1(11 I.
I Iiti7-tl Jlonolillu (.'nrrlui;.- il'f'j.
IF YOUR SHAFTS RATTLE
p to ns, as
,mm W i t t -- tttU
T'&. orifiixij wjiiuii, in uii (iiiu-i lit
tler, is the only sure thing in the world
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No 70 Quen Bt,ret
U the most perfect dentifrice yel discovered.
It is manufactured after a celihrated formula now
in our pn.sesRion. The material-! used are the puret
obtainable; contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or giimH, and it use cannot be otherwise than pleas
ant and benelleial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the preser
vation of their teeth, do them harm by lining a tooth
powder containing excessive "giit." Daily applied
hucIi dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excessive friction, but hurt the guniH.
A trial of Ai.oii.v Tooth Powdku will convince
anyone of it ineritn aud the advantage of ning a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can be certain.
Tt is attractively put up, and will be sure to pb-ase
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
3Pr oprieto i s
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner F'ort te Hotel 8tn
Prom Recent Direct Importations
MAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LAROE ASSORTMENT.
Bsware of Bacteriated Water!
Di'MiUing water should be boiled and filtered.
The Oni.v Ukuaih.i: Watku Fnrr.u 'ih the Slack k
BroWoloW. They are m-ide on beientilio pri eipliK. They
are accessible in all partH and can be readily domed.
lVCIKIC HARUWAKli: CO., L'D
COIlNKIt I'Oltr h MKHOIIANT STUKBTH.
bi ing your Cnrriago
wo tire tlio exclusive
the Oaiilhox Shaft
inlt - m a I m i