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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Under Article 33, Scotlon 1 ol the Confu
tation, It Is required thai cadi member of
tho Cabinet shall make an animal rojurt
ot the transactions within his dtiiirituia,
dating tho year r mling Dercmbur 31
The Milliliter of Finance takes I tils occa
sion to request all th so liaviiiK cialnn of a
niunetary nature, to present ibein to this
ottloo through the proper I), partments.not
later than the luth day ol January next,
after which ditto ti.o books will ho cloeil.
All jierfons having moneys on aoiUuiit
ot the Uovcrnment are reiuented to make
their return promptly, In ornur that there
nmy bo no delay in clolng the ac -ounts
(or tne year ending December 31, IKH
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
llnnollll, 11. t , Deo. IK, 1S-.M. UIT-Ut
Holders of water privileges, or tlioiii
paying water rates, are hereby notlUed
that the hours for Irrigation purposes are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., mud 0 to 0
o'clock p.m. A. illtOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works
J. A. Kino,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, May -25, Usui. HM-tf
BOARD OF EDUCATION NOTICE.
Notleu Is hereby given that there will be
no examination for 'IVacueis' I'ertllicates
during the ChrUtmas Vacation. Said ex
amlnntlmis will tako Jiluce at some future
da'p, of which ample notice will be given,
ily order of the Hoard of education.
JOHN F. M'OTr, Secretary
Honolulu, December '22, la!l.
IJ.ll -it t'J-It
f&lu guilt) gwlUtin.
VttVwt Hi ittiHWI Orel nul furl),
rtul AftaOiUlrU or IAe IHsim11 vAU.
MONDAY, DEC. 21, lXiH
AT KAFIOLANI PARK.
Christmas Blcyclo Moot All Dark
Jlorsus l'bls Tliuu.
Tho results of tho bii-yelo races to
bo hohl at Kauoluui 1'urk track to
morrow nlternooii aro u very hard
tn.ittor to dooido upon at iui tnuo.
Tho ruler aro all woll trained and
havu gaiuotl considerable expeneuee
sitiuo the last races, ami the olU
favorites have been iinudicappod so
that tlioy will huvo to do their
utmost to win. Every uveut thai is
captured to-morrow will bo well
earued. The track has beeu weeded
and will bo rolled to-day, bo thut it
ought to be iu lirst-clusa coudiliou
to-morrow, wheu it is expected that
many seconds will be lopped oil the
The scratch men will huvo a hard
Btrutflo to overcome their handicaps
but they are prepared to do it, pro
vided all the rulers use the sumo
wheels they were riding wheu Imuui
capped. '1 he buck uiuik meu don't
think it would be right or litir to
further handicap tueui by usiug
lighter wheels thuu those they Mete
As most of tho races have first
and second prizes ami some ol them
three prizes, it will he a couliuuul
struggle between the rear men lor
plucon. The nice coiiiumioo will
meet this eveuiug to open anil con
sider several now eulrics winch huvu
There will bo no extra charge for
use of grand slum), and carriages
will be admitted inside of Mm tracks
before lint races commence. For a
carriage ami single occupant $1 will
bo charged; for more than one occu
pant, 50 cents each. Uoiioral utliuin
niou nil ctintf,cliililiciii under Iftyeais
lift cents. ICacch tili begin at 2 p.
Wt-ddinc this MornititJ
Noah N. Kaiiliane, sou of the Itev.
Jaiuo Kauhaue, ol Ivau, antl ill mi
l'riscilla Kaulukou, tlaughter ol J.
!. Kaulukou tho lawyer, were uuilod
iu marriage at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral this morning by the lligla Kev.
Uishop Willis, 'the Undo was very
prettily dressed in a costume of
white with the usual veil. Two
hymns were sung Oy the boy choir,
Wray Taylor oUicialitig at the organ.
'1 he church waa litlotl in every part,
among those present being pupils
of St. Andrew's 1'riory and the iut
S. S. Wurrltnoo.
The S. S. Warrimoo. Capt. Bird,
arrived to-day from aucouver ami
Victoria. Shu left tho latter port ou
Dec. 17 at U a. m. Hail strong S. W.
gales for the first lour days, then
hue weather to port. Shu brought
a heavy cargo besides three cabin
and tweuty-uiuu hteerage pusHoiigorn
for this port. The Warrimoo will
leave for the Colonies at IU o'eloik
this evening. Following is the cabiu
passengers for this port: 11. Guuu.
Miss Shearo, Mr. Heudricksou ami
The popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Uemedy and thu high esteem
iu which it is held leads us to be
lieve it to bu au article ot great
worth and merit. We have the
pleasure of giving the experience of
three prominent citizens of Itedoudo
Beach, CaL iu the use of the remedy.
Mr. A. V. Trudell says: "1 have al
ways received prompt relief wheu 1
used Chamberlain's Cough Komody."
Mr. James Orchard says: "1 am
satisfied that Chamberlain's Cougli
remedy cured my cold." Mr. J. M.
Hatcher says: "For three years 1
have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in my family and its results
have always been satisfactory." For
sale by all druggists. Benson, Smith
A; Co., agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A farewell social will be given
Tuesday evening at thu Tent to
Lieut. Stilumau and thu other mem
bers of thu Christian Church ou
board the Hyacinth, which is to sail
Wednesday. Tho J.ieuteuaut will
give a farewell address,
ON BOARD 7HK WARRIMOO.
Concert in Socond Cabin -Service on
A pleasant entertainment was
given in the second cabin of the
Warrimoo on the passage to this
port. Among those who took a pro
minent part were Dr, Todd of Auck
land, N.Z.; D.J Davies, well-known
in Svduov muxical circles, and Mr.
Sharp of Victoria, 13. C. All of the
ship's officers who were not on duly,
as well as many saloon passengers,
altendod. Other performers besides
those mentioned above were Messrs.
Clockor, Tarrant, Cahill, Waity,
Small, Sannon, Sharp and Monag
han; Mesdamos Stevenson and Keb
bio. Misses Stevonson and Waity,
and liaby Waity. A presentation
was made to the steward and stew
ardess iu remembrance of their at
tentions. On Sunday evening a ser
vice of song was held, when several
addresses were delivered. Many of
those named have lauded in Hono
lulu with tho object of making their
homes hero. The second cabin of
the Warrimoo is said by travelers to
be superior to the corresponding
class iu Atlantic liners.
The Tent Meetings.
A Gne interest is being manifested
In the tout meet lugs. A large audi
euco was present last night. The
subject, "lie pitched his tent to
wards Sodom," was presented in a
most felicitous manner. Much good
must result from such practical
preaching. Lieut. Stileman will hold
Christmas services in the tent to
night and to morrow night. Evan
gelist Uarviu will preach Wednesday
uight. subject, "The Prodigal and
his older brother." Services every
night this week except Saturday.
A. E. Kilpatrick, of Fillmore, Cal.,
had tho misfortune to have his leg
caught between a cart and a stone
and badly bruised. Ordinarily he
would have boeu laid up for two or
three weeks, but says: "After using
ono bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Halm I began to fool bettor, and in
three days was entirely woll. The
peculiar soothing qualities which
Chamberlain's Pain Balm possesses I
havo never noticed iu any othor lini
ment. I take pleasure in recom
mending it." Tliis liniment is also
of great rattle for rheumatism and
lame back. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for the
IN Till. UIItCUIT COURT OK TIIK
First Circuit. Hawaiian Islands. K.
AUUUar lloi'K V-. IIAI.HIM HO"K.
Hie Itfpubliu ot Hawaii: To tho Manlial
of the Hawaiian Inluuds, or his Depu.y
Yi.uarp comiimmlnl in Summon Dalhlnl
llock, defendant. In vas she shull tile writ
ten an-wur within twvntydayiaftortiervlce
hereof, to be and upix'ar liotorc the Circuit
Cimit at tho November term tin reof, to be
holdeu at Honolulu, Inland of Ouhu, on
MON DA V, the Ath day of November next,
at ten o'clock a m., to show cauxu why the
claim of P. August Dock, plnlntllf, should
nut bo awarded to him pursuant to tho
tenor of his unnexed petition
Ami havu you then them this writ with
(ill return of your proceedings tlu-renn.
Witness Hon. W. A. WHITISH.
Flint JudkO of tho Circuit
(kkw. Court of the First Circuit at
Honolulu, this Mb day of
UK0IM1K I.UCAH, Clerk.
I cpi 1 1 (y the foregoing to bo a I mo copy
of the original suiiiliions In raid cause,
and l Inn said Court ordered publication of
thu su'iio and continuance of said cause
until tho next February term of this Court.
(IKOIIUK I.UOAH Clerk.
Honolulu. Nov. 'Ai. 1WI. IIDMIt
will tell yon
it ia the
FOK SAI.K HY TJIR
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
-pUIH.IO NOTHJK IH HKHKIIY fllVF.N
J. that I have this day exeoilted a full
Her of attorney to M F. (JKANDK1.I.
to collect routs, make leusxs, uad transact
all my bushi both hi my own private
capacity and of that kuun u at tho business
of Dourtttt it riiiniiHT, and have revoked all
former powers of attorney given by me t)r
tluo purpose J K. HUAINKlt.
Honolulu, Deo. VO, IKHI. I'.'lli-lw
W. W. AHANA
3 S3 3 XTuuaau Stxt.
i, Scoicti Biid atucncuD Goods.
Htyle and Kit ( I u a ran toed.
(J I oi tiling & Ropairing
lulail Tall. 661, P. 0. lot (44.
20 lbs. e?
December 19, 1894.
Fedora McNamee was mad.
Not mad in the sense which
learned people use the word
but in the common acceptance
of the term. Seven evenings
each week for months had
Count Luigi Spaghetti called
upon her, and her mind was
set upon a proposal from him;
seven nights in the week for
months Fedora had appeared
before the Count in her most
fetching gowns, and each time
he was more effusive in his
protestations of love. Visions
of castles, gondoliers, and of
Venice, dear watery Venice
tilled her soul. Fedora, the
beautiful, was to be a countess.
She would make her father an
earl and her mother an earless
when Luigi took her to his
home in Italy.
The guys who passed her on
the avenue with sky pointed
noses because her father, as a
member of Jie t force, had
grown rich efore4thev Lexow
Committee tad begun its work
would now fall at her feet and
she cou'fd be "swagger." But
Fedora AkNamee was mad.
After the Count had left her
on his two hundred and thir
teenth consecutive visit Ber
nard AkNamee called his
daughter to his side and laying
down AicKanes' "Purity in
Politics" addressed her thus:
"Fedora me child, you're
your father's joy and your
mither's hope. It's me ambi
tion to have yez kirn to the
frint an' take a shtep in the
sasietee in which your father,
as a descendant of Brian Boru,
mingled in hisould home in En
niskillin. It's me wish to see
yez the Queen of Vinnis, but,
me daughter dear, from what
the byes do be tellin' me Shpa
getti's not lixed. He's no
count, an' if yez marry him
yez'll have no ryall blud in your
veins. O'Hoofihan, him that
keeps the 'O'Hoolihan Cafe' in
the next warrud, tells me, an'
he's a good frind of mine, that
for siven weeks Shpaghetli's
been eatin' at his place and
whin he wants a shtake he
calls for 'shlaughter in the pan.'
Fedora, me child, the Count's
a biscuit shooter in a Green
wich street 'colTee an' sinkers'
shop. Ahrry him and yez dis
own your father."
Fedora AkNamee was mad.
The two large, full jrown
Refrigerators you saw in our
store last week have been sold.
If your needs require one of
mis siyie you musi wan uuiii
the "Australia" returns before
you can get it. If you will be
satisfied with a smaller one we
can let you have an "Alaska"
hardwood refrigerator that will
tickle you almost to death.
We've sold hundreds of refri
gerators and ice boxes since
we have been in business but
none of them will compare in
ice saving qualities with the
Alaska; there's only one of
them left others on the way.
We have watched more
heart thrills in people who were
examining our Solid Silver
Ware than you could expect to
tind in a society drama. It is
astonishing what real values
you get when you purchase
such things from us. We
bought them at a low price
and you get whatever benefit
there is. The designs are the
latest, the quality the best and
the price the lowest a combi
nation that is hard to beat.
The plated ware we show is
pre-eminently the best in Hono
lulu. There's no excuse for
your not giving useful pre
sents lor uinstmas because
this year high prices do not
stand in the way. We luve a
Biscuit Jar in our window
pretty enough for anyone and
cheap too. You wouldn't
guess the metal is plated, it is
good enough to be solid. The
pi ice well come in and look
Tk Bit aliai Birditn Ct LU.
By Xiewls J. Ivey.
Closing Christmas Sale
TO-NIGHT DEO. 24th
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
AT MY Sjft.HjE3SR.OOM
t WILL RKI.L AT PUIIMC At'CTIOK
Ntf Goods, T-ys Dolls, Etc.
Lewis T lievejr,
2fl It AtlOTIONKKIt.
Household -:- Furniture
On FIUDA.Y, Doc 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At Hie KiMd'tien ! the late Mm Mi
UOWAN.IMllrirti la trert.s coi drtmme
nboe Koit tf.ei, I will fll at I'rtbl c Auc
tion the w'of ot the Ho im hold Furni
ture, lunslitlnj of
Upholstered Parlor Set
11 turen, lire and Htnsll Hug', Cur
taint, IJtniM, Kiie.-I"ii Dining Ta
I1I.1 end Cham, 8tdrhoar, Carpet,
MattliiK, Wardrobes, Uureaus,
- Double and Single B.dsteads,
MaltreM-e, "Wh'te'' H-wInc Ma-hlne.
l.lrh' Wood llcdroo 11 Hct, Mn-i'iit
Net. Id Hoi, Mct Halo Crockery,
'Kitctien Stove and Utensils
Oirden lloso and Tools, Kta , K'c
tiwli J. Levey,
By Jas. V. Morgan.
On WKDNKSD.YY, Doc 20
AT 10 0'OI.OCK A. M.,
At the Htorehoure of Meaur. T. II. Darlea
.V. Co , lla!okaulla Mrret, I will cell at I'uti
Ho Auction for account of whom It may
concern, the following
Damaged by mil waler on voynxe of Im
ttorlMlop 01 Hrl iih ilil "Itoiiii'iineck"
II .No lill 'o't.V
T.ll I). -A IiUm Itlc llitK'ioOUcach.
II No . '.nitilHts
TIM) A rule 0. nl llan. W each.
it No, citn, i:it, inn!
T.H. II. 3 Imlci Filler Cloth, 3HX) yardi.
II No 1.110:
Till). 1 hats Twillel Sacking, Ml
Tsnu Ouk In U. S. Oold Cola.
rete r. Uoi'Ran,
Too High !
,S''i .ViijiH tj'iiiiiliiiliil
Do Not He Decrtved I
Du Not I'ect Ive Yourself I
Mnk A;m romfiiirhniin nnl
hrtintn St. I'llfmliiirii anil Hum)
tii'u, hi irH'.fii our yrlcr ami
prkm prn'tiUliiji In oth'r ftlnhllnh
m.iin Ill-UIK. Il ntr Hi-tttny
w urn im $12 pr iosti, 7'Afc
( ill flfortt Solid Tm Sjwnn
of aootl wrijilil and isr; heavier
putlern (it thfi tmne low raU per
ounce. We further engrave ini
tlatu free of churiie on all our S iU
ver Ware; thut mviiHj you many
more dallan, anil ilill further re
during the coit of our lilver to yuu
over fifteen pattern to choote
II V ntr selling Sterling Silver
Cuff Link for 75a, and $1 pet tt;
and yet have never bragged about
it; while, the quality of our good
Im uteadily O0iK UP, our
price have comtantly GONE
The volume of husine done
duily in our Store, i proof of the
uppmiiation held by the general
publio of our immense stock-; of the
newness of everything in it; of the
tase with which your leant can be
supplied, There is no need calling
your attention to THE QUALITY
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they tee it, and yon
know we buy only the best.
H. F. WICBMAN,
DO YOD WANT
an o'ectric line iu Hono
lulu? Jt would ci'ituinly
bo a big improvement
over borse cars. I figure
that 20 percent more peo
ple from VVaikiki, Uerc
tania street and N uuan i
avenue would visit Fort
Mircot d ily f coui'ho
at this time of tbc year
they would be mostly
bent on hboppiug expedi
tions in order to lie pre
pared forCbrUtm s; that
Minimi holiday is now
(l(i8e at hand, and mo t
i. mi i i.i...t
iK'oire me nun uiitiiiCKiuu i
what will make a suitable
never come amifs as a
pioHontton lady. I have
1 h. lartrest htf ck i Ilono-
lulu to select fi'iiin Irish
Line n Ilaudkerehi is,
hand worked; from 1 t
$15. An asrtod lino of
Gloves in all the fa-hion-uble
colois and hhades.
of successful experience
in supplying tho Indies
of Honolulu with grace
ful, eervicetible and sty
lish DreHs Patterns, is
proof that I lead the ti ado
iu this diriciiou
(Joods are in do in ndjust
now and to supply the
trade J have placed on
my shelves an a Hortment
ot Fancy Articles that
cannot be MirpuFscd
Ever) thing in tho hhape
of Presents for Ladies
and Gentlemen at mode
That Tireless Toiler,
.!. J. KG AN,
511 Fort Mreot.
j i c;
'I" "V -I
B23 For t St reet
A Wonderful Remedy
J. . ,. . S-m 1 ,w .
I hod suffered seven years
with inflammatory rheuma
tism ; tried every known re
medy and got no permanent
relief until 'I u.od Vita Oil.
The soreness and lameness at
once began to disappear, and
in a snore tune i was restorea
to health. I gladly recom
mend Vita Oil as a safe ef
fective homf remedy und the
best I over used. .
Mns. L. K. Machktii.
9 i w m p
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be bulled and filtered.
The O.vr.v Kkmaih.k "Watkii Fii.tku is the Slack It
Brownlow. They are imdo on scientific principles. They
aro accessible iu all parts and can bo readily denied.
PACIFIC LL.VRDWAKE CO., L'D
CORNER FORT A MERCHANT STIllSKTfl.
bsLsbI BEBCifllX llaVvVBplBsrM
... BsM HcBsHBDBBHHKv.allrr.
tho Latest Modern Attachments suitable for Light and
Heavy Work To Purchasers: Iufltruotions in AriBonc,
Tinsel, Sebnelle and Fancy Embroidery Work will be given.
Will Ik niudo to keep
excellent time if loft
for thr e days with
Fauumi & Co., tho
Well-known and Heli
ablo Watch Makins.
If satisfaction is not
given your money wi'l
be refunded in full.
FAKKKR & CO.,
HIS fort street..
7Vi Dally ilulletln, CO cent per
month, delivered by carrier,
Vita On. hrts helped
others;"1 it will cure
HOBRON DRUG CO.
j. B. Kerr
is the only
man hi llo
miliiliiwho ell' thesn
t ei a
Pkakl Skwxio Maciiink with
c k. ooajx-xasTs,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no cimnectiim with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fender., Dahea, H"rm Aproni, Etc.,
at Lowest I. Hsllile l'ricos, and
Vor;ninnalili o( the Heat.
I u Hf Flrat-cliins Malorlal of lay own Im-
nortliih', Mmiiifucturer o' all kinds of
Workahoii 10 Klnu Htreut near Maunakea.
1'. O. Ilox -.
HONOLULU TEACHERS' ASSOCI
ATION. TYUV, 'Oi.,OWlNU "WOUKINO 8K0-
lloiirt" ot thu above Afsoclntlon will
uliortly lie (i.riiinili
Keel lun A -lllittory of K urntloii.
Heetlun II IVjcliolojty in ItH Hearings on
Huetlon 0 I'rniitlciil MuIIkkIh In Instruc
tion. Ki-Ptliiii II NiUiirnaml Helonen Btildy.
Kei'tlon I'.-l hll.l Htmly.
Heeiion !' Muiniiil Training
'runilinr wIkIiIiik In Join onn nr inuru of
the iilinvn Heutlonn kIhiiiIiI kuml III tliulr
li.inn'M itt oueo.