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DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE.
Under Article X, Section 1 of tli Consti
tution, it Is rciiuiru 1 that wii'li iiieinlirr of
tlio Cabinet ahsll make nn nnmm! rrp rt
of the transactions within III department
during the your Hiding Dci-i'tiitar III.
Tho MlnUter of Finance takes this oi-ca-slou
to request all th so having elnlnn of a
monetary nature, to present them to this
otttco through the proper Departments not
later than tho loth day of .Ininmry next,
after which date the hooks will he rlo-cd.
All persons having moneys iu account
of tho Uoverntnent are. requested to make
their ruturtu promptly, In oior that therf
may ho no delay In ciotug the aoionuts
for tuc year ending Deeemhor 31, 1&U
a. M. UAM-IN,
Minister of Finance,
ilonohil, II. I., Dec. Ill, IS'M. IJI7-U
An examination for I'llninry ('ortllirati'
will ha held nl thu llonokna t-oluol-luit-e,
Hamakua,ou FUlDAY an I SAlTKuAY,
January Vrt and AJ, lsli'i An examination
Will Also he held at tho AlnsUea crhool
hontei North Kohala on MONDAY and
TUKST.UY, Fehruary It and 12. Kxamlna
tions will eointiu'iico at II . m. sharp.
A I-AT At' T. ATKl.NS.sN,
lmpsctuMleticral of Si-lio .is.
ISA It ,7! tt
Holders of water privileges, or thosa
paying water rates, uru hereby tiotilicd
that the hours tor Irrigation purKos are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., and i to U
o'clock r. M. A. IJKOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works
J. A. Ktsci,
Mlnl-ter of tho Interior.
Honolulu, May i 1MM. llb-Uf
Notice Is hereby rItpii lht nn and after
January I, 1HJ5, and until further notice,
tho local fees heretofore charged oil l'ar
pls, rccpiv.it by l'aa'el lst fiom the
United State of America, and destined to
the other Islands, "III he waived.
JOS. M. O IT,
8. M. Dimnn,
Honolulu, JVC. 2s, Is-1. IVJ3-31
Iu gnilji gMlWiu.
MONDAY, DKC. 31, 18SM.
Striking nt Honolulu--Olymplu May
Tho Yorktowu is over iu t lie China
waters aud ou her way toward tho
seat of war. While entering the
harbor at Honolulu she struck a
sunken reef, but no damage was
done. It is understood that the
commanding otlicer of her has re
auohtcd the Navy Department to or
er a court of inquiry to be held to
ascertain where thu responsibility
Should the Philadelphia be order
ed down to thu Hawaiian Islands it
is expected that from there she will
bo sent either tolbeSouth American
coast or else over to China, where
thu last galley yarn reported tho
Tho Mohican is about ready for
sea, as is also tho Jietiniugtuu. The
commanders of them or tho Alert
have not any information to impart
as to where they will go.
The executive ollicernntl navigator
of the Adams weru found guilt v by
thu courtmartial recently convened
at tho Navy Yard, for their respon
sibility for mulling the ship ou the
rocks up at Iloliriug Sea, ami sen
tenced to juispensioii for ouii ywtr,
with recommendations for clemency,
which has been shown by Secretary
Herbert iu reducing in each case the
Buspousiou to six mouths.
Commander J.J. Ilriee, U. S. N.,
is at present at Kl Paso Itobles
Springs for tho benefit of his health,
where he will mutaiu for at least a
week or ten days.
Captain I). v. Mullan arrived in
Sau Francisco a few days ago to
take command of thu Mohicau, lyiug
at Maro Island. JIu was stationed
at Now Orleans for three years prior
to coming to this station. At one
time he hud command of the Nipsic
and was on her duriug thu gruat
storm iu Apia harbor when the
Trenton ami Yaudalia were lost.
His gallautry iu that tryiug ordeal
has beou recounted, aud since he
left bore, it has been substantially
remembered by his native State.
Maryland. The Legislature adopted
complimentary resolutions iu his
honor aud presented him with a
handsome gold watch.
Captain Mullan represented thu
United States in Chile duriug the
war botwueu that country and Peru.
General Uaguldauo of the Chilean
army appointed him ou his stall aud
hu was at thu front in every engage
ment. The Government of (.'lulu
has presented him with a medal,
which has not yet been accepted
yuuding the aution of Congress iu
thu matter. This is Mullan a fourth
visit to thu Pacific Coait.
It is expected that thu Hanger ami
lluuuiugtou Wjill be ordered to cruisu
along the South American coast with
with special instructions to look
aftur American interests iu Peru.
Thu recent troubles iu thu Ceutral
and South American republics has
suggested thu necessity of narrowing
tho limits of thu Paciliu station and
it has beou concluded to dividu it
into two parts. For tho long raugu
of waters from Alaska to Calluo
there is only one station aud one
flagship with headquarters at San
FrauciBco. Hereafter there will be
two stations, one from Panama north
to Alaska and the other from Panama
south, Thu llngship of the northern
station will bu the Olympia, with
headquarters at Sau Francisco. Thu
Philadelphia will be the flagship of
tho southern squadron, with head
quarters at Caltao, This will mean
another Admiral for the Paciliu
coast, whoso uaiiiu will be made
kuowu at some future date.
Daily liulktin 60 cents per month.
LOOAI. AND OKNKBAL HIWB
M. S. Lnvy gives a seasonable
yreiaing to his patrons.
Thtrt will bo an eutertaiunieut iu
tho Y. M. C. A hall this evening.
The S. S. China will leave for San
Krnudsuo at ii o'clock this evening.
T. Kato, .Japanese Minister to
England, is one of tho China's pas
sengers. Jai. F. Morgan will 811 potatoes,
Hour, prunes, etc., at auction on
There were seven $2 fines for
drunkenness in the District Court
The whistles will "ring out tho
old and ring in tho now year" at 12
The steamer Heutala is reported
to have gone to Hakodate to load
sulphur for Honolulu.
A font ball game has been decided
on for Jan. ii. Tho teams are prac
ticing daily near tho barracks.
Mr. Nakayama, lnpector-Gonoral
of Japauoso Immigrants, has return
ed to his post from a visit homo.
Mrs. Gilfillau, mother of Archie
Oillillau, Deputy Port Surveyor, ar
rived on tlteS. S. Australia ou Satur
day. James V. Morgan will sell, at his
salesroom next Saturday, valuable
real estate at Kalihi, belonging to
W. H. Cumtniugs.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuiiauu streets, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; SI aud fl.25 per
The Ln llima Club expect to give
the ball of tho seasou at Independ
ence Park this eveuiug. A large
number of invitations have been
Any person deoiriug a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at very low
wages will please call ou T. E. Gar- , streets are narr0v and tllC roads
viu, comer of Jlichards aud King
streets. poor they are apt to say the peo-
Ogura A: Co. have chartered the .i jn .,flnrjfv niv "iiicf n lif,
steamer Independence to bring Japa- VlL ' ulinoniy are JllSl a 11
ueso laborers here, now bciug ro- tlC Peoria, if Oil the Other
iaMatff 1I,r0,ma and t0 arrivo hand, they are broad and
Jas. F. Morgan "will sell the lease ' SlllOOtll the SoloilS are Said to
of a beach lot at Waikiki, belonging ije up (0 date." Washington,
to the estato of the late Dr. Trous-' r true
scan, at his salesroom next Satur- D. C, Owes IllUCh Of the FavOI
day at noon See notice. :1ble comment DaSSCd UD0I1 it
The First Methodint Enlncopal
Church will hold a watch-aiKht nor-
vice to-nlgtit, beginning at u p. in.
Services l.eld I In hall over Tracy's
store, corner tort and Hotel streets.
vice to-niL'ht. beKinuiiiR at 11 p. m.
The S. S. China, which arrived
last tivftiiiim from Yokohama and
iaucui;crfl, ami uno tons of freight.
California Ojster Cocktails and
invoices of Kuterprise beer
I dally at tho Merchants' Kx -
e. None finer iu tho market
anil nowhere will you bo better
The home ami lot ou Xtitianu
Hlreet, iiiaukn of the McLean prum
ihes, wete hold by J. V. Morgan at
miction on Saturday to F. Harrison
and A. V. (J ear for f IftO'J, a cheap
The regular otiarturly exhibition
of the native Sunday schools was
held jcsWday iu thu temporary
lauai iu the Kawaiahao church yard.
The Muiio.i sclioid children wou the
laurels by their excellent singing.
O. II. Harrisou. practical piano
ud organ maker and timer, can fur -'1" "'lvt ,ul ma uaimuum
uish best factory references. Order . they will Olltlast Old Time llilll
left at Hawaiian News f!o. will re- .. ,e , , -r,
cniv prompt attention. All work
tfuaranteed to In the Mine tlone
"n"'!0?!- : x t ,
11. G. Uiart, who was for feu years
the practical jeweler for Wenner K
Co., has opened a new place at 114
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchiuaking, souvenir spoous, and
Three Chinese storekeepers were
fined W each in the District Court
for violating thebuuday law by sell -
ing articles such as sugar and tea,
they not being articles of necessity,
A Chiueso woman was discharged.
,r ., .,.., ,.
Harry Evans, turnkey at tho Pohco
statiou, has withdrawn tho charge
of embezzlement preferred by him
against a Chinese jeweler. The man
proffered Kvaus an elogant silver
watch for the one he appropriated.
A number of cattle were to havo
been sold at auction the other day
to settle a debt alleged to be owiug
a Portuguese at Kalihi by a fellow
countryman. There was a hitch iu
the distraint and the debtor brought
a replevin suit against the Marshal,
who had sei.ed the cattle. He has
wou thu cane and to-day the boviues
were returned to tho original owner.
FOll SAN 1RANCISCO.
I'HK A I bTKAMHHIl
WILL LKAVK HONOLULU
rilR TDK AIKIVK flIRT (IN
Saturday, January 5th,
rim uiiilfiniluiii'il ire new iireiiHwl to
liitt Through TlrkilH from thia Oily to Mil
iiniiiN ill i hu uiiurii niuii'u,
WZZ, "i!r """"""
WM. 0. iltWI.N .V CO., L'd,
IK.'l-M Unurrsl AKuU. '
December 2y, iS;4.
The movement to widen Be
retania street from Punchbowl
street to the Nuuanu stream is
a matter which should receive
the favorable consideration of
the government because it is
toi interest to every one. it
conies directly under the head
of improvements and a petition
to Ainister King would prob
ably have his approval when it
was brought up for consider
ation. There are not many
liner drives than on Beretania
street from Punahou street to
Punchbowl street, but there the
squeeze begins and the good
road ceases. To widen the
street .would not benefit any
one man or set of men, the
benefit would be to the masses.
Good roads are as much an ad
vertisement for a community
as anything else, visitors are
intluenced one way or another
by the pleasure derived from a
drive through a city; if the
to its elegant streets; they arc
iitfiirtu i si ttt II.-aI lrti it i'n
wiiucii .wiu iitmuu auuui ou
mucn lnat tey arc as wcl
, .r. . . f . , r . .
' The Streets of Honolulu are
well known to people who visit
, the place, but the acquaintance
iiuiy be strengthened by witlen-
:ntr U.ir.if.ini'i rcci
1 n1,., L l"iX S"l,c
I I he Diet. Oil i
Stove is as
good a thing as anyone wants
in the kitchen. It bakes, boils,
broils and fries as well as a coal
or wood stove at less cost and
in less time. We consider the
Dietz as good an oil stove as
is made the people who have
purchased them agree with us.
Enamel Bath Tubs are the
most serviceable things a man
i r i.:.. i.. .!...,..,
sen illltl !iiw.iy lOOMicw. nicy
cost n,ore tlim ;l zi,lc ljneij
! but an enamel one will outlast
U dOZCIljOf the Others, COIlSe-
tluentlv it is cheaoer ill the loillT
lll,L,,l,y ll t-iiuapti in uiu lull,
mil to buy a good 0I1C 111 the
beginning. There's no reason
in the WOrld why a bathroom
should not be at all tilllCS as
' . ,. . , t .,
presentable as a pallor, bill it
i w:m nnf Ke jf iie k J HirK'
wm l101 D " llie I.UD 'a"1)
' you can t keep a zinc tub clean
i J ,,r ,
' any more than you can keep
! ., nnlfcli nn -i ni.'C nf I.--i H
' ?, P0,,bn 0I1 ,,X PIlLl 0I. lt4U1;
I 1 OU CUtl get almost any SIZC and
1 rmish inh u,nnf fm. ....
- j"M " " M
We are in the line of ad
vancement in Western Civili
zation, and as the town tills up
with strangers, we must expect
to find among new arrivals
people who neither toil nor spin
for a livelihood. Against such
people you want to lock your
chicken house and put away
your valuables. We are sell
ing the Victor Iron Safe, in
sizes suitable for your business
or your dwelling. This is the
safe most used by Postmasters
in the United States and will
be here once it becomes known
that we are selling them.
Refrigerators are selling ra
pidly with us, possibly because
people are getting ready for the
new order of things in the ice
business. We have the stock
and can show you almost any
, i ,,,, tj,,i
Sle illHl 111 ail)' Style.
' Tlie Hu ailan Hardware &. Mi
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Potatoes, Grain, Floor
Ktc, Kto , Kie Ktc.
On THURSDAY, Jan. 3d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
AT MY SALESROOM
1 ttlM, MRU. T ITIIl.te AITTION
150 sks White Skinned Potatoes
HOT Backs TKI.nUK
60 Sacks RoU-d Barley.
If. 8 irks II It AN
A) -at Pill SKS
Jns H. Morgan,
Vaiiubla Land at Kalilu
On SATURDAY, Jim "ith,
AT i'J O'CLOCK NOOS,
AT TAT SALESROOM
I WILL LI. AT I'L'HLIC At'CIIOM
Valuable Real Estate
AilJoltiltiK tlip jiropotly o' W. II Cuin
niltiK', Kt , ntiil Ixlng
Al'ANA I of OriUitiKiM 0 Aori-i.
Al'ANA JoIOrant'J-n.'l I W-Kul Acres
A 8ili-titlll liinci' for I lives tn ent !
THItMH CASH In U. t) (lM (kin.
Oorilt nt iitirrlnt'i-rs' exciife. Fer lurtlicr
rt culnr- upp ' to
LEASE of BEACH LOT
On SATURDAY, Jan. Htli,
AT I'J O'CLOCK NOON,
At tnv KnlcrriMiiii, I wl'l nil (it i'nM r Ai'f
lioii, liy itiI- r nf t tic AiltiilnlMrnturi) ef the
Kxtolcif Dr. Truitviau, (i'Ct'ii id,
TheLafol itiaiCeiMn Btaifi
Lot at Wkiki
Ni-sr iliu rtrklih'iicc of Tho. Wrl(?lit, Kn.
Tin' L it ( know ii rk l.ot I) on mrvov of
'.Vnlklkl U'm, hiiI Ih HI feet on Wikiki
Itoail, IJl fi-i-t lci mill Is 71 forton llcnuli.
Ilin l.oi'i'M l fur 'J1) iii'-" fiom llie 'JUlli
ilitviif Jiiiv, 1M.', it nti miii'.ul rntnl of
f A. TKIIM.S CAS'I In U . (ioll oln.
Couv ii it -lilt; ill p.irrlniM n' i-tHinr.
Ikw V. MorKiin
I i 1
C r i
S3 For t.St reet
- O M
m i) o
Too High !
Sn Say th' Uninilintrd
Do Not Be Deceived !
Do Not receive Yourself 1
Muk' honrat compuritonxnot
b'ttrtrn St. IWmhurp and Ifimo-
lulu, hut bctu'irn our pricr and
pricr prevailing in other rutahlinh'
mnl ltlillK. II V arr selling
Si'lld Si I vi r
low an .$12 per dozen. Think
of ill flora Solid Tut Spoon
of good weight und tizc; heavier
patterns at the tame low rate per
ounce. II V further engrave ini'
tiaU free of chttrite on all our Sit'
ver Ware; thus saving jnu many
more dollars, and stilt further re
ducing the cost of our silver In yon
- over fifti'n patterns to choose
II V are selling Sterling Silver
Cuff Link for 7o and $1 pet ;
and yt have nrvrr brapgid about
it; while the. quality of our gauiU
has steadily OCXU VI', our
prices have constantly IWSJi
The. volume of businm done
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the general
public of our immense stock; of thr
newness of everything in it; of the
i use with which your wants can be
supplied. There is no need calling
your attention In THE QVAMTY
of our Silver people know a pood
thing when they see It, and joit
A-iioip r buy only the best.
H. F. WICBMAN,
J. J. Egan,
LAND AT AUCTION.
ON .MONDAY, JAM'AUY 7, I NO,
At r.'o'olocl; noon,
At i lie Aiirttcin Itooiiis of JitH. F Morpm.
will li Milil, those I'ruuiiM'N ut Kiuiiiia
kiiiilll, llouiiliilii, Oiilni, unit mure parti
cularly iliurllii'il iu ilci'il of William O.
Ai'lil to Ami Moiiicma Kmiiul ul nl. ilnti'il
Ut April. 1MI, aii't riH'oriltM mi Llhertti,
ii.iku lT:i, omtttinilij: nil Am-h o' 2!U Mimiri'
fmt, lUKtiilii-r Willi Tliri'u lluilillii(;a tln-ro-on
'I'lii'i-ii 1'ii'iuUui j;lvi to Inn urn u vnrv
liouil lnvi uliiuiiit uf ut vt-ry Utile r palri to
Tit e iicrfuft.
im l'ur lurtliiT oar lenlii's aoply to
A. I'. l'KrKllbiN ini,!
WILLIAM I! AHHI.
Altorni'jK for lliu ottmr.-,
llOlllllllllI, lift! "i, (Mil,
AINA MA KE KUDAlA.
MA K. l'OAKAHl, IANUAIM 7, INI".,
Mn ka Horn l'Jnwuki'.i,
!; kual In uku ana ma ke Kmliilii akin, mn
kn 1 1 tt id t Kinlala o Jus. )' MorK'in, kuln
mini Apuiiii AIiiii uiillm 'it mn Kaiinia
kanlll, llonolnlii, Oalm, it i lumkiiku in mi
imltiiin mn ku I'alapala Kual u Wllllant
('. Ai'lil Iu A nn Mi m t lutinal mn, I
lianala mn kn In I o A urlia, I.smi, a konoi.i
ma ka llukolih, mmo 171, a mn in Alua lie
'J.i'li kapual ill, mn mi jlale liol hkoltiu
kn Iu iiiuliinu o ku uliiii,
I', liMia ana I ka mm kual tnni hu uku.
iinii nutlkiil no ke tlulu iiinlioiH- o kit
Ilium linn ana I mt I ale
Hu liiulkul kn ktileiinn
If No nn men I koe, n tiinau lit
A I1. I'KTLIthilN n mn
, Wll LI AM l. AOMI,
l'lu no mt unit ii kn ulna.
Honolulu, Die '."j, ib'ti. I'JJI-hr
A Wonderful Remedy
Sore Threat I
1 had miffVrcd hcvoii yenra
with inllmninatory rheuma
tism; trk'fl every known rc
mt'fly uml got no penuunent
relief until I ued Vila Oil.
The Koivnen8 and lameiiehH nt
ouee. began to disappear, and
in a short tune I was restored
to health. I gladly recom
mend Vita Oil as a safe ef
fective homo remedy and the
best I ever used.
Mus. L. It. Macuktii.
tliu Latest Modern Attachments' suitable for Light aud
IIoi.vy Work To Pui chasers: Instructions in Arisonc,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy bJmbroidery Work will bo given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled und filtered.
The O.via' Rkmaw.k "Wat Kit Filtku is the Slack It
BrOWJlloW. They are undo ou scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can be readily denied.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., UD
COKNBIl FOKT ft MRR0I1ANT STHEKTS.
Will be made to keep
excellent time if left
for thi'iu days with
FAintMt & Co., the
Well-known and Koli
ablo Watch iMakeis.
If satihfaction is not
given your money wi'l
lie refunded iu full.
FAUKKR & CO.,
BIB lr-oi't Htraot.
The Daily llullclin, 60 cents fur
monli, delivered by carriers.
Vita On. him helped
others; it will cure
HOBRON DRUG CO.
j. Ii. Kerr
U the only
man in Ho
Pi-: aim Skwnio Magiiin'k wiih
ik" m 'ar
I'KK S. S. "AUSTKAL1A."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
A.NHW I'llKAMKIt OP Till: LATIHT
iiiihIuI, inp.ii'lls ,MI (;alolH nr Inuir.
Aim, it Two IIotmi ruwiT IIiimiIIiiu KiikIiih,
Juki tliu tliluii (or a dairy Apply to
I 'J I-in llniiiiliilii Urtlry.
If your subscription has expired now
Is a Hood time to renew it,