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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Under ArtMn Xi, Section I of tint 0mtl
tutlon, it Is required thai each member of
the Cabinet sli til mnke nn annual rup.rt
of the Iransactloni within Ills dipar'nwi.t.
during the ymr ending December 31
The Mlnbt.-r nf Finance takei thtsocca
sUn to ropiest all tli yu having uialnio of a
monetary nnture, to pre: nt them to this
olllco through the printer Drpiirtuients imt
later thau tin loth day ol Jnuiiry next,
allur which date the books will hirlocd.
All ptrniins having monrys on necu.itit
o( the Ooveruiuont nc requested to make
their return 1 promptly, In or.iur thai tnere
may bo no delay In rluMtiK the ac-mints
fur tne year Miidlnn December .11. 1KM
8. M. DAMON,
Mlulidir of Flniinrc.
llonolul, II. I , Dec. Ill, IS U. 12l7-!)t
Holiler ol water privilege, or thine
paying watur rutos, aro horuby no'llkd
that the hours (or Irrigation purpose are
from 7 to S o'clock a. m., awl fl to 0
o'clock r. M. A. 1IKUWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Work
A pprovcd :
J. A. Kixu,
Mlulitcr ot the Interior.
Honolulu, May 25, 1801. ItM-tl
I'lidgrd to irllh" Aii , rt'n
Hut Kstabllihrd tor the Bewrit uf Ah
THUUSDAY, DEC. 27, 18W
I'oraons oonmiittml for trial to tlio
jurjr court hiivn always boon detain
od iu O.ihu jail. Thoro is uothitig
Ktuational about tlio tratiitferof the
throo allogoil coustilrators from tho
station to thu uatioual prison. At
tempts to maku a euatiou out of
this piooo of routine are iu keeping
with tho "rubbiug-it-iu" tactics bjr
which hot-luvutod supporters of the
1 U. ami tlio Republic have from
the start done more to impede the
success of the "cause" thau all the
sayings ami doing of its opeu
There is no end to the desire for
creating commissions to run the
country. A police commission is
uow advocated by the morning or
gan of the Government. It is not
the machinery of the (Jroat Eastern
to run the canoe as Mark Twain
put it but machinery enough to
ruu the Chiuese licet, which those
people want. Iu other words, all
the boodle enginery possible. For
what was a Cabinet placed iu the
Constitution if its work is all to be
done by commissions, while its mem
bers attend to their private vocations
and draw their ministerial salaries!
Honolulu likes outdoor sports ami
generally can be counted on to
patronize them welt. The "knights
of the wheel," as bicyclists for sport
are called, have within a year or so
developed into leading caterers for
public amusement. What they want
is a good track iu town, ami there in
not a better place for such than on
the liaseball AMociatiou's grounds.
I f the Association would wily wake up
and provide the desideratum, it would
be a gooil thing iu promoting its
own vitality, liy the way, it is lime
that the ba-hull players were put
ting their heads together, to iiiakti
arrangements for a season that shall
redeem the inglorious last one.
It has happened quite often, con
sidering the short time the Judiciary
Act has been iu force, that a member
of the bar has had the honor of a
seat on the Supreme Court bench as
a substitute Justice. Tho Judiciary
Department ought to have a spare
rolHi for such substitutes, as it looks
strange to see two members of the
beuch arrayed iu silk habiliments
and a third, the honored member of
the bar, iu plain civilian's attire.
Perhaps the Justices should equalize
matters, iu consonance with tho sim
plicity demanded by the Republic,
by moulting thu plumage of the
monarchy. Iu other countries where
judges wear robes, the lawyers have
to wear gowns and white chokers.
And, iu spite of thu prejudice against
thu seutimeut of clothes, thu cus
tom seems to have a dignifying ouoct
upon judicial bcuuos.
AN UNFAIR ADVOCATE.
Dishouusty does uo cause any last
ing good, as the Advertiser ought to
kuow. That paper is well aware
that there is no portion of the press
of the Uuited States which "sympa
thizes with royalty" as such, yet it
constructs a reply to a portion of
tho press of that hypothetical de
scription. If the New York Nation
used strong language iu denouncing
the Hawaiian coutiugeut of those
who overthrew thu monarchy, it did
so upon American principles of
popular liberty and fair play and
not from any sympathy with royally,
for which it has less use than thu
present editor of tlio Advurtisur has
had iu his time, as Hawaiian royalty
gave him a start iu life which his
talents would never have given him.
Hit presented the curious spectuclu
of au Attorney-General without be
ing a lawyer. Under the regime iu
which ho was a Cabinet Minister
thu royal palace was built, at an ex
peiiso of au enormous amount above
the expert estimates. However, as
the Bulletin does not wish to violate
its principles of impersonal journal
ism, it 'will not take advautage of
the fact that the AdvertiWs editor
habitually drags iu tho editorial "we"
to designate his propria persona, nor
the other fact that the same indivi
dual was one of the beneficiaries of
royalty. Attention is called, how
ever, to a gross misstatement iu an
editorial of this morning's Adver
tiser, incidentally with its effort to
knock down a "mau of straw" of its
own construction. "These miscre
ants" (it says with roferouco to peo
pie it alleges the New York Nation
called "missionary pirates and
thieves") "met , and dedicated t he Ka
mehameha School for Girls, which,
iu its architectural beauty and fit
tings; has no superior in the Uuited
States, and in which the native girls
will receive au industrial education,
chiefly at the expense of individuals
of t ho band of 'scared conspirators.' "
Now the Advertiser surely has no
ueod to be informed that the peo
plo it designates thus by quotation
would never havo seen such an in
stitution to dedicate only for the bo
quest of a lady of high Hawaiian
royal lineage. It knows very wc"..
that when the foundation of the
Kamehameha Schools for Boys and
Girls, both, was created there wore
no "conspirators" in sight against
the monarchy. Also that for many
years afterward no important eveut
iu tho advauce of "missionary" edu
cational enterprise took place with
out the solicitation of royal patron
age to grace the celebration. All
that need be said more is that it
"Iwats the Dutch" to understaud
why, if the Republic is on tho high
road to prosperity, with annexation
at tho end of a longer or shorter
vista, a journal claiming to lead
iu the support of tho caue should
so any profit in this perpetual
thrashing out of the musty straw of
ancient harvest fields, iu which tho
thrashers thetnsolves gleaned golden
grains to their permanent pecuniary
J. J. Egan,
PIANO FOR SALE.
AHANDSOMF. 8QHAKK PIANO IN
perfect i-ondlt on, brilliant tone good
as Hiiy upright and a quarter the prl-e
To IiiiiiimIiuU) iniiluier, a bargain. Ail
t'reiti "1'Ijiio," 1Ii;li.ktin Olllce. lii.il Ut
IylUlLW NOTIOK IS HKUKI1Y (11VKN
that 1 hiiiu llil day executed a full
IKiwur of uttorney to M F. UKANDKM.
to collect runts, iimko lensHs, mid trunsuut
all my biuduoiH both in my own private
capacity and (if thut known us thu biixiiiuiiN
of wuuhHtt Ahumiu'r, and Ihvh revoked all
forinur powers uf attorney given by not for
them puriourt J K. riUMNhlt.
Honolulu, Dec. '.'0, iHlll. IlilU-lw
SAILORS' HOME SOCIETY.
rpjiK ANNUAL MKIIUNO OK THK
A. members ol thu h Alio in Hovr. ho
i'lKT will lake place at thu Itooiu of thu
Ch'iiubur of louiiiii-rue on MONDAY
Ni;.T, thu :ilt lust., at lUocloek ,. m.
I'erUrdur. K. A hUJIAKKKll,
Immediately afipr thu adjournment of
thu iiicutliiu of thu hoelcly, thu Hoard of
Truxteex will hold a lleular Meeting fur
thu Kleutlou of Olllccrs and the transac
tion of business In Kenura, I'er o iler
P. A. hl'IIAM'VII,
IJ.'I- It bucruiary.
J ( your autiiwription hat rxpirnl now
U a good linui to renew it,
December nj, iS(j4.
Fedora AkNamee 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
filled 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 the force, had
grown rich before the Lexow
Committee had begun its work
would now fall at her feet and
she could 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 AkKanes "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, trom what
the byes do be tellin' me Shpa
getti's not fixed. 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 Shpaghetti's
been eatin' at his place and
whin he wants a shtake he
calls for 'shlaugjiter in the pan.'
Fedora, me child, the Count's
a biscuit shooter in a Green
wich street 'coffee an' sinkers'
shop. Ahrry him and yez dis
own your father."
Fedora AkNamee was mad.
The two large, full grown
Refrigerators you saw in our
store last week have been sold.
If your needs require one of
this style you must wait until
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
find 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 I lono
lulu. There's no excuse for
your not giving useful pre
sents for Christmas because
this year high prices do not
stand in the way. We hive 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
The Hawaiiai Hardware Go, Ltd
By Iiewls J. Iiovey.
Housekd -:- Furniture
On FRIDAY, Doc 28th,
AT 10 OVUM K A. M..
At Hip Kelil no- 'f the Inle Mrs Mr
OOWAN, 151 Heiet- hi trot.ico dooupe
above Koit tr-e. I will II at I'nbi c Aur
tlon the w oc of the lloiif-lio'il I'tinii
tnrp, Minol'tliw of
Upholsteitd Parlor Sit
11 tore, l.itrtrx xml -mil I Itug , Cur
tatiiii, l.ninpi, Y'.x n ! ti Jiliiiug 1'n
bb mid' riiarf Siilrbo.ir , 0-r't-,
Miltl (, Wardrobe, Itiin-nu
Double and Single Bdsleans,
Moitreiw!., ' Whtio Sewing Mahlne
Mill Wood Ultimo Pet, Mi.sii'itt
Nets lo llox, Mett t)afe Crocnery,
Kitchen S'ove ond Utensils
(I'irdcli IIosk and Tool, Kto , K c.
I,wtw J. Lievny,
Too High !
.V Suy th- Ihiinilintnl
Do Not Re Deceived I
Do Not IiecKlve Yourself I
.Vii honmt rnm;nroiM tmf
Iflifrii St. l'ltrmhurn ami IfmiO'
lulu, but bftiF'ftt our prhn ami
pricn prrntllinp hi other rutnhlhlf
...iiN limii. II V rtrr wiling
rw low a $12 per (linen. Think
of It! -flfom Soljd Tm Spuon
of iaml weight ttml nitr; heavier
pnllrri at the name low rate per
ounce. 'e. further engrnre inl
tinl free of churne on all our Sil
ver ll'iire; thut mvlng ym many
more ilnllam, and itill further re
during the cunt of our ullvff to you
over fifteen patterns to choose
II V are telling Sterling Silver
Ciijl' Link for 7m. ruiif ft pel ml;
nud ij't have never Imigiieil nlmitl
ll; while the ijii'illln of our gondii
h.iH ,t.ad.lg (I0XK Uf. our
privet hare riiiintiintli UUiXK
The volume of hiiitliiemi dime
i'iii'ii In our .SVnir, in prtiof of the
appreciation held hg the general
public ofioit iiiililrlixr ttoi-k" of the
neti'tit uf !"; 'A . in ll; if the
( icilh which goar irnntu can be
unjiplted. There in no need calling
your intention to TIM UlWUl'Y
of our Mh rpriplr know a good
thing iclv it they (7, and you
Inoic lie Imil (1117 the b'Hl,
H. F. W1CMAN,
iwyC"?-'' XlSf-i . -tt -
Vc - VI-U 1. e Mh-T
The underHiKlK'd having bt-on aiHillited
Sole Agents (or tbe Hawaiian Islauds
fllB 111 CKLkHRATKII
KKUll 1'IIK WOKKb III-
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared lo n've Katiiuiitt-f it ml
receive Unlcra for tlieno lCnlnca,
of any aiz and ktylu.
Toe Baldwin Locomotive Works
AKK MIW MANUKAtnUUINU A
hTYI.K OF l-OfOMOTIVK
Adapted tor Plantation PurposuB
A number of which have recentlj been
received at thene lulauiU, and we will liuve
pleasure In lurnlsliliiK plantiitluii iikuiki
and iiiiiuaKerH rtllb piirtlciilari) of hiiiiih.
The Superiority of iliece Uieoiuotlveg
uver all oilier iiiaken Ih known not only
here bin Ih aukunwledi;fil tltriiiiuliuul the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sals Aqnnta for tha HawalUn UUudx.
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Sfierlid Ihiettirt fur ('lunula,
llr I.IuIiIk'm Itivliforator tim Kreuteiit re
medy fur heiiilnal Weil knees, l.ot of .n
Ihkmi and Prl vale DUiiixch, overooiuca I'm
unit 11 rt'iii'HH nud preparuit all for uirrliie,u
llfii'Hiliitlex, pleumireK unit renMim.llilllticH
t trial Ixiitlu ttlveii or kent free In any nun
dnncrlbliiK iuptnm, call or addrena luu
tleary Ht , private entrance 411.1 Manon Ht,,
m C3 ma
f SZ f I
C5 r Z
2- R c
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5 S ,
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623 For t S ret
wilt toll you
it in the
KOR 8AI.B 1JY TJIK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO, L'D,
Aufiits for the Hawaiian IhIiiikU.
AGAIN TO THE FRuMT
Be "fleve.aiid" Yictu'Ks!
Vivo Flrata and Threo Becouds Out of
At Kaplolaul l'ark, Dec. , IaIM.
Dexter and Atkinson
Two "Cleveland' S'ars.
IA- ('lifiuiberlalu won cimyon 'Cleve
land." Or Aikl bon hoi la the track r- cord In
i!:0O -a cut ol 1 'l-o K'cuud.
VbK Dexter w lis all the open tivttntn,
Cleveland Bicycles & Tires
H. E. WALKKU,
Or in Favor of
Wk iiksiiik to iti:t'i:ivi; imikk
nud (ii'ii i'.prinrtioiiH ol opiiiloti,
from tim liiliiibitiiiiiH of tlit llnwiilliiii
IkIiiiiiIh, upon tho ijiu'htlniis of .tiiui'Mi
tlon. tin1 lli'Htoi'iitbiu of th Mmiiiri'liy, or
thu roriiiiitlnu of 11 Iti-publii'.
TIiIn Ih di'olrcd, for tin1 liifuriiiMtlnn of
thu H'opluof th Unllid .Sinus. 'I'bi' nitinii
of rni'li corriopoiidi'iit will uotbn iim-iI, mid
will bo ri'Kiinlcd iin coiilldi'iitlul, If mi rr
A. M Kill CAN NKWHI'AI'NU KYMU-
W, Tun Kyuk llardi'libroiil., M'lt'r,
illfi M htii'ut, X. V.,
ml3 It-H tf WuthlUKton, 1), l) ll. K. A.
20 lbs. W
fv Jti w y
A Wonderful Remedy
Sore Throat I
I htid Miffi'ivfl Bcvt'ii yonro
, with inllammatoiy rlioiiiiut-
tisin ; tiiod ovory Itiiown
, medy uiiu got no pel iiiiint'iit ,
ivlii-r until I m.od Vitu
The soreness nntl laineneHH
niuT iieguti 10 ui8Upi'iir, nnu
iu a short tune I nn reHtored
to health. I gladly recom
mend Vttii Oil an 11 safe ef
fective honiM remedy and the
best I ever used.
Mna. L. It. Macuktii.
T.'t ' e '
'-. ' . " - 1 ' ; 'iL.r'
. 'Nr . . "
C The Automatic PkauIi .kwvio Mauiiink wilh
the Lttter-t Modern Attaehments Hiiitable for Light and
lle.vy Work To Put chtisern ; luhtructiouH iu AriHeno,
Tinsel, Sehuellu and Fancy Kmbroidery Work will le given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water I
Prinking water should be boiled and Altered.
The O.vlv Rkliaiilk TVatku Fji.tkii is the Stack Ir.
Browolow. They are mtde on KcientiAc principles. They
are accefisible in all partu and can be readily clouted.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D
COUN'EU FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
Will hi; made to keep
excellent time if left
for Ihr. e days with
Kauiiku & Co., tbe
Well-known and Reli
able' Watch MakeiK.
If satisfaction in not
given your money wi'l
lie refunded iu full.
KAKRKll & CO.,
R15 foi't mtreoi
Thn Dully iiulbtln, 00 centt vir
month, delivered by carriers.
Vita OiiibiiN helped
others; it will cure
HOBRON DRUG CO.
j. B. Kerr
in the only
man in Ho
'I' h to
C R aOTJXJX2iTS,
TIIK HUM -KNOWN
Practical Cirriage Trimmer
(IIuhiik roiiuection with unycar-
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
I Kuiidii, I).thcH, Buirm Aproim, Km.,
I at l.owcHt l' rndblc I'riros, and
i Worknutushlp of thu Kent.
I 1 11-" I'lr.s'-uliiH.s Material of my own Iin
poniiii!. .MuinifiioturiT o' all klmls of
Worksbiin 'Jlu UIiir Ktrrut near Mauutkea,
1'. O. Uox 4IKI.
HONOLULU TKAOHKUV ASSOCI
ATION. rpilK KOi.llWINU "WOUKINO SK
X tlurn-" o( llm ubovu Arnoulalluu will
shortly bu foriiiud:
riuvllou A llltoryofK iirntlou
Hccllon It l'Mclint(iy In Ita llfurlnijion
HiH'tlon 0 I'riiutluiil M111 liu U In Intri)c
tlou. Hictbiu l)-Nitturinnd H'liiiu'ii Study.
Hirlluli K I bill hludy.
N'lilou I' MhiiiiiiI TrulnliiK.
'loii'lmrit w'ldilliK to join nii or juora of
the ubovu rii'i'ilmii idioiild M-iid ill Ihtlr
iriuii'ii ill oiiii1,
J. ,(l ll'l FOOT,