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Holders of water privileges, or thmj Auy purson paitiy out Qiiceu
paying wator rates, are hereby noUiled street today would lu-ar the cliwr
tUt the hours for Irrigation purpoies uru iujj hum of lmy industry at tho
from 7 to 8 o'clook a. m.. and 5 to tl
o'clock p.m. A. UllOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works
J. A. Kino,
Minister ol the Interior.
Honolulu, May :, ISJI. 1I8.MI
Pledged to nettiiet iirtt ram 'uty,
Hut Kthiblitlira far tnr bcnrit vj An.
PHI DAY, DKC. 7, 1MM.
J?" Now thoro is a dispute bubbling
up oror tho ownership of tho Spatild
itig baseball trophy. If the clubs
do not pull themselves together aud
play ball noit season, tho public will
t ready to vote for depositing the
cup m tho museum.
Ka Loo laments that the natives
on tho other islands do not heed its
howlinir. It inak., tl.o r.,n.ftrk.
'Wo havo done our part, and can
ay no further." In other words it
ays the cause of restoration is dead,
what it abused this paper for saying
many weeks ago.
Wildor's Steamship Company is
signalizing the opening of its cor
porato new year by the initiation of
, , . . .,
several Improve nents. Among the
principal is ijuiciior nine 10 00 mane
between Honolulu and Hilo by the
compauy'a banner steamship Khiau.
m j 1 . 1 .1
The company is introducing the ap-
prentice system into its licet, where-
by bright young men will be enabled
to learn practical navigation, as well
as marine engineering, without liav
lug to leave their island homes iu
Labouchere believes that Japan
has a right to pursue the advantages
ho has won in the struggle with
China until she compels the enemy
to sue for peace. Hois doubtless
correct iu this view. The I'owera
can iook alter tueir respective inter
ests whou the time comes for settle
ment of the damages. If they did
not like tho war they could hae
aloppod it before it had gained any
headway with moro grace and jus
tico than they can now display in
An iuturuslinir viuw of Gurinati
politics, as affected by tho late
change 01 Chancellors, will bo louuil
in this paper. It would appear that
tho Emperor has "let go" to some
extent, for advices a short time pre
vious indicated that a storm s
brewing, aud partly iu unexpected
quarters, over His Majesty's absolut
ism Joined with favoritism. Thero
was a belief that some influential
papers would be disciplined it they
persisted iu their outspoken criti-
cisin of the Emperor.
Oolng Away To-morrow.
J. W. Pratt, Miss Gorman, Miss
Helena Mahluic, Half Uorchgre
Tinck. A. Haas. Mrs. M. M. Thirds,
Small, Miss V. Stevens, Hon. W. U.
Coruwolt, Mrs. A Uuruiau, X. Oh-
landt, Houbou Tucker, Captain W.
Matsou, l'rinco a'Alireuuerg ana
valet, Hon. H. l. Baldwin. S. Mag-
Captain Peterson, Miss Holla
A Punahou Boy Abroad.
An advertisemeut iu tho Glasgow I
Herald of degrees conferred by the
famous University of that city con
tains tho uamo of Archibahl Neil
Siuclair as a bachelor of medicine
and a master in surgery. Although
his nativity is gjvon as of the United
States of America, the young doctor
received his common and academic
ehool education iu the I'uiiahou
system of Bohools iu Honolulu.
Wray Taylor has SIN) already
locked up iu a safe for the lepers'
Christmas cheer. That is the amount
obtained so far from the sale of
tickets at liO cents, although there
are four days yet before the concert
It will como off Tuesday evening at
v. o. uox tst
(1. N. WILCOX
J. I HACKIKI.I)
OUK NEW WOltKS AT KALI HI being completed, wo aro now roady
to Furnish all kinds of
ALHO KKKI' l-'OXbTANTLY ON IIAM
racillo Onano, Totash, Nitrate ol' Soda,
Sulphate of Ainmonii, Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Ktc, i:to, V.W., Klu.
aW Hpiolsl sttimllun v,i to Anulyhin ol HoIIn liy 11 ir Ae'loiilliinil I'lirmUt
All UimhIi r Kiiarmiliu.l In every ru irct.
gtf Kor further piirlleulnrk apply t"
Paoiflo Guano & Fortilizor Co.,
12W)- 111 DIL W. AVLItllAM, Mmuifur.
HUM ON aUFEN STREET.
Has a Busy
National Iron Works. 'I lie tiiaehiu
iry of tho I'stablishiuoiit is uow run
by an ulootriu motor. It is a wull
f quipped foundry and mauhinoshop,
having tut) cupola a bras (iiritaco,
turning and planing machinery,
cratiu, otc. Whito A: Hitman, two
mastor uieuhauics, aro tho pro
prietors. Tho works have jut delivorcd a
lot of work to tho Oahu Railway te
Lind Company, and havo moro iu
haud from tho samo corporation. It
is tho iron aud brass work for tho
now cars that company is, buildiug.
A damaged aermotor is being repair
ed to the order of tho Hawaiian
Hardware Company. Tho Urm has
a considerable amount of work in
hand for collco planters. Thero aro
cleaners, hullers, etc., for both power
aud hand. Work of the kinds do-
scribed is particulatly interesting,
"lunving now one niiuniry promotes
'K tlTbS, at the
mould this morning, having a
variety of patterns in tho sand. His
last previous casting amounted to
MW pounds. A machinist was work-
iK at a lathe, puttiug the Ituishing
twivMVfi wia I'tutn wi jin mtiui j t
iMinltna ttt iinrla tf tnqrtliirliirv. .1
C. White, the senior partner, was in
the shop mil uuroriuiiateiy only
able to help with advice, as he is
going latne with a sprained knoe.
The reporter asked about the pro
gress of a new motor machine, in
tended to revolutionize the opera
tion of machinery, about which ho
had got an inkling on a previous
visit to the same place several
months ago. He was told that the
,,,,, WM ft,,, ,,,,5, workw, up b
tho inventor, aud somo ol the work
for him was in hand at present.
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Median cs' Home, corner Hotel
nm Nmnm stvot8 (M,B,1K hy !ftyt
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and Ml
cents per night; i aud 41.2.) per
By Lnwla J. lrfivoy.
SPECIAL fALE BY AUCTION!
AT II) OVI.Ol'K A. M
At ni SiiVtooiii, I will soil at I'ulillo Auc
tion, for mvouill lit whom It
nmy com em,
Oae Case Black Silesia
Coiiliiliiiii't-."" ItnlN, fllnlitly diininnfil
Ii) It water;
A (1 mhthI Acrtiiiwil ol
eriH'kury mid llomr
I'lfl) Itol'i WliltH.Miitilius,
,ii 4ili I'miiCy I 'Ion r.
One I'iinliii Dinner J5 I. I7e pirn"
lEnjtn, laiiiip., lite, Ktc, Ktc
11 l.ot tit
OKBSK AX 1 1
1 u: it
LowIh J. Lisvoy,
L1 to ini at minimis
Ill" KIok Btreet.
Kort, near Hotel Kts.
J. .Mi"ahtii, MsnnK"''
Pftnniar Bpa ,jb nf Mnlnht GnndH
ropiliar bra.iOS 01 MPigni UOOttB
LWA UN IM.MI.
Tr Hip (licnt AliliftUiT TlIK IUounii:
Cut k r mi. 11 hHululty V.I1I1 this retort.
Depot of ilii Famous WIMand Lager Beer.
Arlington - liiM - Parlor
i:. IIOI'KINK, I'roprl tor.
Arlington Mock, Hotel Street
Thr Daily Hulk tin, CO renin vfr
vKintU, dilivered by carrier.
Ml' 11' A 1. tki.i:. n;
& FERTILIZER CO.
hi-ciftiir) m il Truiiiiiiur.
NiKvmlvr 50, 1S94.
Wo thought we would have
enough Fertilizer Distributors
to I tst 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 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 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 arc 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, the shape are differ
ent ami the onyx has hand
somer coloiings. 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
laier is 10 oe evoiveci in me
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 particuhuly
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 everything
needed in tins class ol goods.
Surprise youiself by comparing
prices with those charged else
wheie. The Hawaiian Hardware Go. Ltd
OLD, YET NEW
Tortoise Shell Goods!
Tlu lai'frt! Pmin Top
Shell ( 'oinb is the i or
rect thing this full. So
this Cmnb "Grandmo
ther" wore comes in just
light. Strange how the
obi in sure to lie revived;
how every new idea in
but the old in a different
form. My line of real
Shell Combs is very large
at the present time and
contains many special
patterns not generally
found in other stocks.
All tlic shapes in plain
and carved, .and plenty
of them. Some as cheap
as SI. 0, some as high as
are alHo one
vived, and with this hmi
foii'h Htyle of ihvHsing tlie
hai-, abHoluttdy indispen
ib e. We have them in
many shapes, both gold
and silver; and know
your taste can be satin
lied ; while for regular
hair ornaments in both
gold and nlver, our stock
never offered such tempt
H. F. WIGHMAN,
I 1IAVR JUST UKt'KIVKI)
-A. Large Lot
TRdUSERIHG SAMPLES !
Thnso Samples will be horo only
TIi'm Ih a ram nuiMi-'iiiil y n II
u I vi' you a Wiaiici to pick f-uin IImiiihuii'Ih
ol tin- l.n'rat rtlylm. Cull mil oininliitt
Corner Fort and Hurclnnt Striata.
Will bo made to keep
excellent time if left
for time days with
JiititHt & Co., the
Well-known and Keli
ablu Watch Makeiw.
If Kattafactiou in not
given your money wi'l
lie refunded in full.
FAKRER & CO.,
S15 Kort Btraot,
KAKEHAMEHA GIRLS' BOUOOL.
rplIK HKHT TKItM OK KAMK1IA
I ukiii linn V MiMififii. iii. Hi. V l!IIN l!K
DAY, DfO. Illili. AmiHihiIoiib fur mtinl-
t.m lllfcy lH aiMie.wlt Ill.MIKH fdlK rtlll. r
nt KxiiihIihiii-Iia MhiiuhI, o hi l' h Jlu
tvitHiiii KimWrKiirteii Itnom, (Jiihhi Kmih.ii
Hull, biOiintnv muriiliiKi '-' U " I-
w ii ro Him will im i mtil ti Intel -t.pii
1 ni-m imn ia nm i..ui u.. 'or. a
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
hi: I'Aiir.sciihinr iikiii:tokoiik
1 nxlallllK In-tHi'i'll Villi I'lllilli, JiillliMill
mill hlnri lh
urt U lii'niliy illNKiiivi-il, .Mr vnii
I'lllilli rt'tllllll. I lid Iillllli'ii will Im'ioh.
iliii'lt'il In Iiitiirn dy JiihiiHiii mill hturv.
' T. VAN tJAMI'.
M. (I, JOHNhON,
ji n oiq cairn diiikci.
Bthe.Mitil '. .1
Or ht'd Itf ftkit old buttnt
U'dltf Mist old tw
1 ii) IM w,ii
Tho Board of Iloallh recom
mend thitl nil drinking water
bo boiled and filtered. No one
doubts tho necessity nf this pre
caution with our city supply,
but thnso who drink
are always sure nf its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bnU
tie. Ntvt'A Sotu is a puro mine
ral wator, just as il comes charged
with .'parkliug gas from the bo
som of mother earth. It is pre
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physicians. Il is
not one nf tho new "make-believe"
natural waters, but has
been iu extensive use for twenty
live years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by the
lloltle, Dozen or Case. We now
have cases nf Sixty Unities, es
pecially fur families, at the very
retiMiuablo price of $15 per enae.
A trial order solicited by the
Ac,imi1k lor thi1 llnwnllnn UIinK
v.. hAKft&K. .$'
a w .
ca - I M
CD 0 .a Ctf
01 i! H
CO a i? Si H
C? s -
ELECTION OF OFKIORS.
AT TlIK ADJOiritXM) AN.N'UAI.
mi-utiiiK ol thi) Kaiii'iiii ltuunu
Comi-anv, l.liiiltiil, lii-M tit tlmr Oilli-u, in
tlilnilty on ilm "Jiilli Intl.. tliu IiiIIowIuk
OllU-i-rii wurn uleuint tu htvii iIiuIiik thu
0. I. Wilih-r Pn-flih-nt,
S. (I. WIIJi-r Vliii-1'ru-.liU-iit,
K. II. IIi'mi Kri-ri-iHry.
t!. I.. Wh-ht Tri-uniiriir,
0. J. Kulk Auditor.
H. II. IIOSH,
iliiiiolnhi, Nov. 'JiJ, 1KUI. 1IIH I in
KliKOTION OF OFFICERS.
AT TlIK ADJOUUNI'.n ANNUAL
im-i-tlni: ol WiuinrHHrKAMHiiifCiiM-I-ANV,
l.liiiltcil. hulil ut tlmlr Ollli-u. Ill UiIh
i;ity, on tliu'.iilh Inst., tliu follow hi); Ollh-crn
wcni elrotuil to mtvu during llm miHiilii);
0.1. Wlt-ht. eri'sldi-iit,
J. P. Iluukft-ld Vicu-l'renldi-lit,
S. It Host, Kwrdiiiry,
H II. Itoxii Tii-nitiror,
W. . Allttn Auditor.
H. It KOHJ,
Honolulu. Nov. ), 1801. llttrt-lin
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A Bl'KOIAI. MKKTINd OK WIL
IIIMl'H KrKIMHIIII- t'OMI'ANY. Liliiltud.
held ut tlii-lr Ollii-u, In thin City, lit-cimibi-r
I, INM, tin) innowiliK iiuiiiii-iiioii wi-ru
i-li'cted uh Dlru.'tom of thu Ooiiimuy for
the mining yt-ar:
WM. O. UIWIN,
W.M. K. ALI.hN.
WM. 0. W1LIIKU.
OEU. 0. HKOKl.KY.
Tlio aliovi! iiniui'il (Iriitluiiirn tni;uthr
with tint 1'rtt.sMunt, Vlon I'runldeiit, tt ml
Hfcn-lury nml 'I rcimiriir of thu ;oiii puny,
roimtlMilu tin- Hoard of Dirt-i-tom.
I'.'Ot tut H. II. UOHK, Krerutary.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
A 1. 1. I'KIIBONH 1XTKN1U.su TO
lukit iiiitt;u on thu Mi-nliium "Kl
.N.M'und 'I'. Aiini.M." Itiini lloiiolulu lire
lirruliv ri'iiii-sti lo ii'irL'liiini tlnki-U ut
thu Ci'iiii.tny'H iMll'u lii'forn uiuliiirkliiif;
iitnl mi) niNiii-iit;i'r fnlllnit lo do mi will w
Mllijrut In iiy tvMHil.-llvM imrri'ltt of thu
n itulur furu in addition lliiTcto. I lilt ruin
w II Ihi K'rli'ily unfiiri'Kil from mid itltrr
JiHiuirj I, IMn. 1'or thu i-niiiiiluni!u of
iiiumKiiytTii lln Wliurl Ollliu will I )) iiiii
lor llif kiiIii ol lli'ki'lH on thu udcrniHiuH of
till) lIllVOl Hlilllllt Ol t till Mtl-llllllTM 'Kinaii"
Wll.nKICH HTKAMHIIII CO.
Honolulu, Dec. I), Isltl. IJui-lm
I. W. McCHESNEY
Offer or Ihc Holiday Trade a FnU Atxorlmenl of
General Groceries. Famih'ca who wish to buy
wholesale (by the case or oriyinnl pavkaye) can
save money by calliny on us. We especially call
your attention to our large stork of Extra Five
Granulated Sugars iu Barrels, Hnlj Barrels and
Bays. Also a full uswrtinrnl of Cnttiny's Extra
Fine Table Fruits at low prices.
IF YODR SHAFTS RATTLE
'ri oi'iciriiUj wmuii, as an anu-rui-
tlcr, is tho only sure
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
NTo TO Queen fc3trot.
in the most perfect dentifrice yet discovered.
It is ninnnfat tnred afler u ecltbratcd formula now
in our possession. The mnti'rialu need are the purer t
obtainable; contains nothing deleterious to the teeth
or gums, and its use cannot be otherwise than pleas
ant and beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the preser
vation of tin ir teeth, do them harm by using a tooth
powder containing excessive "grit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excessive friction, but hurt tin gums.
A trial of Aloha Tooth Powdkk 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, aud will be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Beware of Bacteriated Water I
Drinking water should be boiled and liltered.
The Only Kkliaulk Watku Fm.tku is the Slack k
Browulow. They are nvide on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily domed.
PACIFIC UAIlDWAKti CO., L'D
CUIINBII FOIIT MEItnilANT ST1IRETS.
OU should bring your Ciirriago
to us, as wo are the exclusive
makers of the Oaiilsox Shaft
..!. ii ....a.
thing in tho world.