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Holders of water privileges, or tlitm
paying water rates, aro hcruliy noill'ied
that the hours (or irrigation purposes iiro
troui 7 to 8 o'clock a. u., ami 6 to (I
o'clock. u. A. I! I SOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Worki.
J. A. Kinii,
AthiNter ol tlio Interior.
Honolulu, May j, Usui. USUI
ftdqtd tv neither ttc.t tun nrtfv,
but Establish d tor tht llenrfit of Ah.
MONDAY, DEC. 17, Ittifi
It wan agrood, eithur in the Coun
cils of tho Provisional Government
or in tbo Coustittitional Convoulioii,
that all titlos such as "Ilia Excel.
lucjr," "Honorable," etc., bo abolish
ed in tho Republic. Yut now anil
then the titlos "lion." and "Esi."
rop out in Government announce
ments and in tho press. Tho Ul'llu
tin (iouio tiuiu. ago abandoned tho.
ui of all handles to people's names
excepting professional titles where
legitimately held. " President,"
"Senator," "Representative," "Doe
tor," etc., aro not titles, however, but
merely words designating public
position or professional calling.
"Mr." along with tho given name or
initials is even unnecessary in print
ed mention. "A man's a man for a'
Frank Spencer, the veteran ranch
man of Waimea, Hawaii, once got olf
something that discounted all the
eloquence of a Uureau of Informa
tion circular, lie was visiting Niagara
Falls and tho guide, who li.til never
seen anything but that wonder ol
the world, was descanting volubly
on the immensity of the thunderous
cataract. Mr. Spencer was no., re
sponding with sutlicieut oulhusiaMii
to show appreciation of the guide's
clatter, so the guide turned to him
and saitl, "I suppose you have noth
ing like this in your little islamic"
"Well, no, not like this," was Mr.
Spencer's reply, "but there is a little
lire on one of the islands which all
this water would not put out." The
guide had never heard of Kilnuea
and when his late victim's reply uas
explained to him he was thoroughly
Fearless criticism of the Govern
ment as an administration is one of
the truest services of loyal journal
ism. It is especially loyal to the
public, and true jouiu.dism only
seeks the public good "not," as the
Constitution ittelf says of the Gov
ernment, "the profit, honor or private
interest of any one man, family or
class of men." When one journal
accuses auother of disloyalty to the
established government as such, and
in evidence specifies ordinary ami
temperate criticism of details of
administration, that accusing journal
proves it has not a high conception
of its vocation. Criticism of a Gov
ernment's action in the pioscculiou
of alleged enemies of the establish
ed system of government does not
imply sympathy with conspiracy
and sedition, any more than would
criticism of proceedings in bringing
ordiuary ollotiders to justice. Yet
there is a paper in Honolulu that
bases an accusation of disloyalty
against a contemporary partly on
the latter's condemnation of police
brutality that no attempt has been
made to disprove beyond the ac
cuser's bare assertion. License to
the police to commit outrages and
to treat prisoners with unnecessary
indignity is certainly one of the
thiugs liable to breed disailectiou
to any Government, and it is true
friendship eveu to the administra
tion of the day, not to mention
loyalty to the system of government
in vogue, for a public journal to re
prehend such license. It uas the
growing brutality of tho natiui po
lice toward white men which wus
oueof the factors that led to the
revolution of 1SS7. Une instance
was the dragging of a suitor with a
broteu leg through the htieets be
tween two oilicers instead of hu
manely sending him to hospital in a
conveyance. Such things me no
more tolerable to-day than they
were then, ami the press fails of its
duty if it does not bring them, when
they happen, into prominence.
Aloha Thoosophy Oliihs
Now that His Lordship of Hono
lulu has hurled his harmless thun
ders against Thcoophy, mine of
your roaders may wish to investigate
the case for themselves. Fur thene,
it may be useful to remember them
of the Aloha Class, in which instrtie
tiou is otfered to the public, in that
doctrine, which inouiises to become
all the more lancinating became
prohibited. The meetings of this
class continue regularly every Mon
day evening, at 7 o'clock, at No. Ib'.l
King street. The subject of discus
sion this evening will be a continua
tion of tho Seven Principles of Man.
The Daily bulletin, GO cents pir
month, delivered by curriers,
"Finally Sottlod" Case -December
Term Supreme Court.
Judge. Whiting has signed a de
cree eireutuating judgment by de
fault rendered in Akowni. Oahu
Railway and Laud Co. and James
Campbell against Mew Kun Tung,
Suu Chan Lo Co., Irene II. I.
liiown and C'has. A. Hrowti, unjoin
ing defendants against trespassing
on certain limbing rights at Ewa.
Plora Jones by her attorney, Al
fred S. Kartwell, has tiled her answer
to the amended complaint of J. 1.
Dowsott. saying she denies tho truth
of the allegations in tho second ami
Hunt counts ol the complaint, ami
gives notice of her intention to rely
upon the special defenses of pay
nieutaud of accord and satisfaction.
This is the case that another paper
said was "finally sell led" by a deci
sion on a demurrer the other day.
In the matter of the estatn of S.
lvukii, late of Pituloa, Oahu, Judge
Whiting has appointed J. A. Magoou
administrator under 600 bond.
C. Gi'ilz has received his property
back from the Marshal, under order
of the Court.
The December term of tho Su
premo Court opened this morning,
Chief Justice Judd, First Associate
Justice llickerlou and Circuit Judge
Cooper being on the bench, becoiul
Associate Frear is prevented from
attending by illness, and Judge
Cooper is in his place. The first and
fourth cases on the calendar were
argued and submitted this morning.
Number liu is on this afternoon. L.
Alilo vs. J. P. Meudonca, No. 2, pe
tition for water way, has been con
tinued till next term.
A Jiipanrso Loses His Money on tho
Trip from Muul.
A Japanese passenger on
steamer Claudine had fl.'U) stolen
from him on the trip hither from
Maui. Mo got on at Kaliului, ami
had a bag in his hand containing
fllii in silver and $15 in gold. He
engaged deck passage and on the
way was very sick, lie hid the sack
of money under his back. During
the night the big was taken. The
man has given the money up as lost,
being unable to give any inkling as
to the one who robbed him.
By Jan. V. Morgan.
"WImi's lln Use of a Turkey Without
AUCTION SAliM OF
Stoves and Agateware!
On WKONKSOAY. Pee. Ii
AT t'J O'CLOCK XOOV,
I Htl.t. -. II, AT I't'hl.lC AI'CTION
AT MY S-A.LjTJB83R.OOM
AX IXVOM K Ol'
NEtf STUVaS ft AGATEWARE.
Jo.e. F "Morsci. ti,
SaYi Your Money For This !
Evening Auction Sales
TAKK I'L.MK OX
Fri'iay, Dec. 21st,
S .turday, Dec. 22d,
AT 7 O'Ci OCK P. M.
Mortgagee's Notice of lutontion to
IN .vri.M'h WITH T'lK I'ltO
vl"Mi ol it cT mil '. i;ko iihuIm hj
i. ml- II. Wil (ii uf Honolulu, Oali'i, l
(1-OrL' I'. 'low it III, ll HI III til ll'llll II
ateil Aiu-ii (till. A. II l'il.ii id rciwi dm
in ititi Oilli'i n( I tt Htr.i' i ( Convi yji'iu,
In II oV 17 i vt- its l"n'il I , putl'-e
in ll-fll) Kl I'll llllll III' s.hj inn n- r.
l'o 'H ml, nmr ti ' ilitti iil to ( n-i'luw
tliii ulil in rLiiH to' conn lion Im kirn, In
n l: li'"i-i- in n of irliie inl ulifli in'
.Soiiiv . ill- Im t-Ii. lv i tliii' tilt) i re
pcrty i'"i'i ill ii) 'iilil niorl "j?" -b' l,t'
-oil ui i iiihiii ii urn in, u inn .Mini on
Ito'iiii n( ,l !' Mo-K in, in M Hoiio nlii
On SATUI.DAV, Ue-ember 22, IWU,
AT IS O'l.LOi K NOON
'llic l'ri.r y Mivii'inl hy mill Mot;tiKf
Ik lIl-MTllll'il -t 'olllH! All tliwl or 111"
inci'inr ui'u 'of lanil HimiiiHui Kuiiikii
lulu In -alii iloiioniiil, Ion ilcil tt il ili'x
cr li-il hs fo m v: Coiiiiiici.rlMu tit
lie ' iinkii rorii-r of Yoimn mill I'likol
Nirvi'th biiiI run 'i I tr In mi uhhi-rly illr'e
Hon ui ii k YuniiK i wi t!IIM f-fii iiu'iii'o
in h imrlliT t illit-n Inn I l fin', IIihiii-h in
II WI'HtB I lli-fl't'OII III I' iklll H !( 210.11
feci, tin ii in it I ! I v il riTtloii Hi I'C
i' Ik -I Mri'iit I -' O.-'t frut to plum of coin
iiumri nil-lit roiitiiiiliii; mm unit of "tl-HMJ
of nil ni rn
(IKO- (IK I' TOW.NKKNI)
DIM 'in Mortrfii'i'ii
1 N AIMlllIltNi;ii SKMI. ANNUAL
l iiiciitlnt; ill llm lln.iril ill IriixiifH ol
Dili (JlH PN'k llllhl'll M., Will In' lll'lll Ht tlltl
lloiiiil 1'iilliliHK, on WUINK.HIIAY, tlm
lliln iliiv (if llti't'iiili r, Hi Uli'Mii'iUmk a.m.
K. A. M'llAhKKII,
Honolulu, JJt'U. 10, mi. U'U lit
December S, iSy4.
Every silver lining has its
cloud. The rain is worth many
thousands of dollars to the
sugar producers but it has a
depressing elTect upon the bicy
cle trade. We are not hand
ling riding wheels but we have
the finest lubricating and lamp
oil for bicycles ever brought to
this country. The containers
have wee spouts to them so
that the lamps may be filled!
direct from the cans and with- .
out spilling. This oil may be i
used in carriage side lights at '
a much less cost than peanut
oil. It's in pint cans and sells.i
at 50 cents. We have also a
large stock of sewing machine
oil suitable for all kinds of tine
machinery including Type- J
Our famous Dietz Oil Stoves
with ovens and cooking uteri-
sils have arrived and are offered
to you at low prices.Thesc stoves
are arranged so that there is
not the slightest odor from the
lamps, and they may be used at
an expense of about two cents a
meal. People in Honolulu who '
are using this make of stove
pronounce it pel feet in every !
respect. One customer told us '
he would not accept anv other I
kind of stove as a gift. If you
prefer an iron stove our stock
of Pansy Stoves all sizes is
Painters will be interested in
Olll MOCK 01 ilieil.lC, Op.ll
and all sorts of varnishes as
well as lead ami oils which has
been lailjely ailLMlieilted by re- t
In addition to the celebrated
Beldmjj Remjjerators we carry)
the new Alaskan, constructed i
on entirely dilTerent principles
e ,i,. ...I I r
fiomany other and made of
hard wood and parts liable to '
. e .. 1,1 mm . .
rust fully protected. I his is
the same make of refrigerator'
used in the California Motel in
o., i- . , ,
ban I rantLSLO.
we nave some common
e,.. i i n j
sense pot cleaners that are
needed in every kitchen in the
country. livery lady who oc-
Ki'nn'illv An KMirm xurl-
asiOliail UOes KlttllCIl WOrk
appreciates the value Of a good
Road Scrapers will be need-
ed after these big rain storms.
We have some in stock suit-
able for the work.
We are now selling the
"Dandy" anti-rattler for car
riages where the shafts keep
up a continual shaking. If you
want to enjoy your ride do so
by using an anti-rattler and
ridding yourself of annoyance
on that score.
The sugar grinding season
is at hand and engineers will
have use for oils for the mill
machinery. The "Colorado"
brands are known as the Stand
ard in this country and can be
relied upon for their purity and
general good qualities. We
nave tins nrainl ol oil in use
on almost every plantation on
the klands and wherever il is
used satisfaction is the result.
We have always in stock Dy
namo, Cylinder, Machine, Iin-
gme aiui car uox on in
"Colorado" brand. It is the'
hiU m:imi MfMiiiVil 'iiwl Ihr- Iv-xt
is complete in every particular
when it comes to useful arti-
cles, rich in ijliality and low in
Tlic Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
0,-u - .
Too High !
So Says th? UniniUalrd
Do Not Be Deceived I
Do Not Deceive Yourself 1
Mnkf ho)fl comparhonanot
brlirmi SI. I'flrrnburtf and Hono
lulu, but beltctm our pricr and
pricf prevailing in other fttablith'
wnt llKllli. Il'c are selling
a low as -ftl2 per dozen. Think
of it! St for a Solid Tea Spoon
of pood wei(ilit and site; heavier
patterns at the same low rate per
ounee. 11V further engrave ini
this free of ehariie on all our Sil'
ver Ware; thus saving you many
more dollars, and still further re
ducing the of our silver to yon
oirr fiflien patlrms to vhoose
11V are selling Sterling Silver
Cuff Links for 7oe. and $1 pet sl;
and yrt have never bragged about
it; while the nunUlg of our goods
ht stradilg OOXIi 17'. cur
prices have ronstuntlu (iOSK
The volume business done
daily in our Shire, is proof of the
appreciation held by the general
public oj our Imminse rinek; of the
neienrs "f everything in il; if the
rase with which your wants van be
suppliid. There is lie need calling
your nit-ithm In Tllli Ul'A IJI'Y
of our Silo e people know a giiod
thing when they see it, and you
know ne buy only the best.
H. F. WICBMAN,
Cowl nrn in tlmnnnil
mid hint now.
I'tMiplx who ennnot
cau iimi pi.-niy of Mnpio nrii.ten to
iriVnt. A wtU Silk Dro lw
(. ... .
n wnmnn nl all limra. 1 Imvo nnnin
lluoSilk DroiH OooiU lliat 1 aium'H
U At nmnoiiAblo ulvw, aIm Wintvr
iiw omul r "W, ?r!ol(T' iV,V.?
,,''t w' - -if" yo, inn
iiiiii'li tnlk, in lAi-t don't waiiI to pull
u, w,,i v..r your i-wm imt would
,ik:; i"'11 V10 ' "V ?mr fw,t
Willi ruiiui in my iiiiii iiimii'ii.
n wonmn naid, "WiiAt Rlmll I ?.it for
my littlo KirIT" A Doll, MaiIaiii.
.;. ftu m(,ftllB n i)()u, i IBVll B0,
hwiuumi iinoiy urwiHi Aim win
Nnlural liAir, oai'Ii put In AipnrAl
i,: u,;- win iMi um to i.iUa
littlo k'-"!' For oldor pooplo wo
A fuiiutlusn array uf wmmIii, bcith
fill, cnimmitnl And iliworAtivu, Ami
with a wish tliAt you will In Judi-
i'Iouh And iimpucl my gtook huforo
- pIm-wIhh. I wih you a
JUL S. LE'VIT,
Imiiit Stiikkt, II. I.
RUBBER STAMPS !
0LIJ S. GKRTZ,
il FOItr b'J'IIKKr,
Will Hull II h Entire Ktoek of
BOOXS (8 OilOCS
At.u..i !. w c:.t p i...,f.ii.i.r.HiiiK
nidluy, O.r Eurfka Boots,
Fanmir'B and Ribbr Boot.
AImi a variety f
Mrh'"' ,x""tv an" '"""" h
SHOES & SUPPERS I
j BKOWN & KUBEY,
n UATflH Ann n inn it dp si pdb
U OnmlHroM oil Weekly or Monthly I
I luiyiiicntii. '
I 4 Miionlc Temple, Ali.ei Strut
I HONOLULU, . H. I.
Four great ruquinituH of
Moil's Wearing Apparel to
be found in all the Suits
made by JohiiHton & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey wan for
some, years one of the best
known cutters on tho Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fort Street
J 5 rViiititimjJ
Lit . "v
Tlio Uoiinl of lfoaltli rcroni
nicnd Unit nil drinking water
bo boiled and filtered. No one
doubts Hit; necessity of thin pre
caution with our city nupply,
but llioHi- who drink
arc always suro of its absolute
purity. Wo warrant every bot
tle. Napa Soda is a pure mine
ral water, jus I as it comes t'lmrgoil
with !parkling gas from the bo
8om of molber earth. It is pre
scribed and recommended by the
most eminent physicians. It is
not ono of tbo new "mako-bc-liove"
natural waters, but bus
been in extensive use for twouly
livo years. We furnish this
"King of Table Waters" by the
Bottle, Doen or fuse. We now
luivo eases of Sixty Hollies, es
pecially for families, at the very
reasonable price of $15 per case.
A trial order solicited by tbo
Axilla (or the lliiwiilliin lull ml-.
Id Tbese Chilly Mornings
tho thoughts of tho housi'lioldor
am tllriutted towards fuol an a
niKuiK of koepiii warm. To
j.'ft tho ri'lit (niallty at tho
rifiht prico h tho matter to bo
uiiKitlortHl. There's lots and
lots of wood for nl(, lint to uot
what Is hunt for the money is
Wo coutend and w bollnvo
w am right in our jmlmoiit ,
that tlu wood we dolivnr to iur
Ijulions Is tht liDft ever olleri'd
for salo in Honolulu. Our
(ilK'H(il)H is full Kfowth aid
1 ah uiiiie body to It than that
cruwn anywlmri) on the Ulnuiin.
Our win. il ohoHr know it
mnnl tlrnK when they seu ii,
and in ciuiini; Ihnv "e'l'i't oiwy
ulril llin.s luiwtv lu llM 1X1(1 II)
ii"!', iiMwr (ilivi niit t -
(it Ull.it ih pi(l. i lul.O
no ol aiifi'8 whaleter when you
tehiihoiin us an ordur fur wood,
You n't jiinl as (.'oud as if ymi
came to the raueh and Holeetud
Tin: WAIALVE UN(.:il.
Mutual Telt phaiiB Co.
NOTIOK TO SUIiaOHlUHtS.
At a mi:i:iimi orTiiK iii.i:cmii!h
nf tlio l 1 1 1 1 tit 1 1 y linlil IIiIh ijy Ii hii
miiilvcil tliut on unit it lir Urn lir ili nl
Jiiinmry js'i.'i, tin riili't di tliu ni-n nf tflu
pliunlu limlriiiiiniiiH will Im iim full si
lj.'1'rlvali' lti'nliiiii'ui, I ht iimntli ..$-' .M)
! IIiisIiii h IIiiiikih iimi lllllro" .. lii
I'muitry KIiiIIdik .. 7.MI
rii)Hlilniiinrlcrl) In inlv.nirii
J. !'. IIIIOWN.
lluiioluhl, iKo. I'J, Ib'JI. I'.'lU-liii
Wr Vffl2a 0l
-r WWW HP'
IF YOUR SHAFTS RATTLE
io us, as
I yj J makers of the Oaklkox Shaft
Sp-fef SriMNU, which, as an anti-rat
0-4 .,, M.X-V.J
tier, is tho only sure
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
To 70 Qu9en St.r--t
A Wonderful Remedy
il Mifft'ivd fie veil yearn
with inlliunmatoiy rheuma
tism; tried every known le
medy und got io permanent
relief until 1 u-ud Vila Oil.
The soivnoMS and InmeiiesH at
once liegan to disappear, and
in a Hliort tnnu I wr restored
to lieaMh. I gladly recom
mend Vita Oil as a safe ef
fective honiH remedy und the
best I ever used.
ArnQ. T.. T? ArAfiitivrii.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water hliould be huiled und filtered.
The O.vly Kkliaiii.k "Watkii Fnrmt is the Slack flc
Browolow. They aro nude, on Keientilic pri eiples. They
aro accessible in all parts and can he readily domed.
PACIFIC HARD WAKE CO., LT
CORNER FORT ft MKROIUNT STREETS.
K5r The Automatic I'kaiii. Fkwnk; Maciiixk with
the Latest Modern Attiuihinonts suitalile for l.iht and
Heavy Worlc To I 'in chasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnello and Kauey lOinbroidory Work will lie given,
bring your Carriage
we are the exclusive
thing in the world
VitaOii. h:iH helped
others; it will euro
HOBRON DRUG CO.
j. 11 Kerr
is the only
niiiii in Ho