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DEl'AK.TMENr OF FINANCE.
Under Artlelo 33, Section I of th Consti
tution, It Is require 1 that eneh member of
tho Onliinct sliill nuike mi nutmtil rep .rt
uf tho transactions within liH di jiartnitjot
during tlio j our eliding Decembers!.
Tlio Mltihtrr of Flnituce tikes thlsoe.cn
(Ion to request nil th v tiiivlni: c'nlnis of i
monetary iiiiture, to present them to this
otlico through tfie proper Drpnrtments not
luter tlinu the 10th ilny of Jiitmiirj next,
aftur which (Into tlio books will be elmed.
All persons hnvlng moneys un ncroiint
of tlio Government nre requested to miiko
their rulnrtu iromtt" . ' "r,'ur lliii there
limy bo no ileluy III o1omii tlieac.ouuts
for the year ending December 31, IS'.U
S. M. DAMON,
Minister of rimmcc.
lloiiolul, II. t , Dee. in. tsul. 1JI7-U-
TEAGHEU3' EX VMINATIOXS.
An exniiiiniitlon for l'llintirj Certillcati's
will bo liohl lit the llimoktiit M'hool-hone,
liamnkiin, on KltlD VYmid SAll'liDAY,
Jnnmir '25 nnd JO, 1WJ." An exntiimntioti
will uUo bo hclil Ht tin' Ainnken tehool
hoiise, North knli.ilu on MONDAY nnd
TUl'.SDAY, Kcbrunry 11 mul 12. i:aiiiliui
tlons will comnieiieo nt 9 . M. xluirp.
Al.ATAU T. Al'KlNS.iN,
linpfetor-OenoriU of Seho At.
llolilors of water privileges, or thoe
paying wtitor rates, uro heroliy noitlicd
that the lioviri fur irrigation purpoies nru
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., a d 0 to u
o'clock i. m. A. UltOWN.
superintendent llonulntti Water Works
J. A. Kimi,
.Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, .May '., Ib'JI. li&Mf
Notice Is hereby given Hint on and nflt-r
January 1, in 1.1, mid until further notice,
tlio local fees heretofore charged uii I'ur
crls, reeoiwd ! 1'urcol l'ust from the
United State of America, and destined to
the other Isluudi, will be Hived.
JUS. M. OAT,
fcj. M. IHmon,
.Minister of KInai.ce.
Honolulu, Pec. 2S, ltfi'1. lI-3t
EJu gnUjj giUUtin.
Plmlqrd u wither droi tun 'urvt
Hut EUahtithed for the lienelit of All
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 2, lhi-5
Iho Wroath is Still Victorious in tho
Tho Loi I lima danco was a decid
ed success iu ovory ruspuct, and
Uront credit is duo tho lady uioiiiborti
in thoir artistic decorating of tho
hall, which is about tho prottiost
that has yot adorn ludupondoiico
Hall. By It o'clock tlio spaeious hull
was crowdud, and judging Iroin tho
record of previous balls it was thu
largest that has graced tho bpaciotia
tloor, and thoro woro fully over ono
liuiidrod couples on tho floor to tho
strains of tho music by tlio luititut
Club. Tho ollicers anil coiiiuiittoos
nero assiduous in thoir duty tu
please all; the) woro very noat
badges of white silk ribbon and
largo yollow bows with goht tassels
aud trimmings aud lei lhma, aud
tho majority of tlio muuiuurs with
thoir ladies were in full dress, l'hoso
that woro unable to respond missed
an evening's enjoyment long to be
chrishod by llioso that had tho
happiness to ho present. Tho ap
proach of thu Now Year was h. tiled
with cheers of congratulations
aiiiulst tlio tooting ol burns, winch
for a space of ton minutes kept every
body in laughter and merriment,
and tho merry dancers repaired
into tho spacious dining hall, whore
an elaborate supper was laid, to ap
pease thu cravings of the inner man
aud to which everybody did ample
justice. Supper consisted of chicken,
shrimp, potato salads, sandwiches,
cakes, biscuits, cookies, ice cream,
collco, lemonade, etc., etc, and one
unique feature was the cracking of
bun bons. Tho merry dancers once
more entered tho ballroom to danco
tho Bon-bou lancers, each lady and
geiitlemau wearing a paper cap.
Taking ovorytluug iu ail tho alftiir
was a grand succehs, auil it was one
of tho most orderly conducted af
fairs over soon in Honolulu. Tho
following ladies chaperoned the
danco; Madatuos C. T. Uulick, J. N
Wright, D. Dayton, John Lucas, J.
II. Thompson and J. I. Dowsott, tho
last throe named constituting tho in
vitation committee. Among the
guests present woro Mr. and Mrs. J.
iV. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. F. lirown,
Mr. ami .Mrs. I). Dayton and Master
and Miss Day ton, Mr. and Mrs. 10. S.
Cunha, Mr. and Mrs. E. b. Taylor,
Mr. aud Mrs, U. 11. Young, Mr. aud
Mrs. T. 1. Cummins, Mr. and .Mrs.
D. Logau, Mr. aud .Mrs. l Krugor,
Mrs. Capt. Loreuzon, Mrs. Makeo,
Miss Dowsott, .Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Wamor, Mrs. M. lirown, Mrs. and
Miss Sutton, Miss Armstrong, .Mr.
aud Mrs. J. K. Bowler, Dr. Mc
Daniels, F. J. .Miller, Mrs. J. L.
Graham, Miss May Cummins, the
Misses WalkorlJJj, Carl Molt, J. .M.
Monsarrat, Mr. and .Mrs. N. E.
Gedgo, Mr. K. Wallace and inauy
others besides tho wives aud sweet
hearts of tho members. The club
was orgauuud last .May by twonty
iivo outhusiasticyoiiuggoiilloiuoii to
dispel tho dry monotony of Hono
lulu's dullness, and since Indepen
dence l'ark was built, it required
nioro thau tweuty-iivo meinbers to
meet thu necessary expenses at a
nominal rate, aud last October thu
club was reorganized for thu in
crease of now members, Tho fol
lowing is tho correct list of ollicors:
Executive Committee W. A.
Wright, rrosidont; D. Kawananakoa,
Vico-1'roBidoiit; J. L. Holt, Treasurer
uud Caterer; W. 11. C. Groig, Secre
tary; C. W. Maofarlnuo, Floor Man
ager. Kocoption Committoo II. M.
Whitnoy, Jr., W. 11. Wright, E. A.
William, J M. Sinn, C. S. I'otor
son, J. b. Walker.
Thompson, .1. S. Low. J. Ivalamntin
olo, U. A. Loin,', H- ' "oot, d. H.
Floor Commit ton J. O. Carter, I
Jr., 12.1. H. Uart, V. H. Mi'lnortiy,
Dr C4oo. IlmUly, A K. Jouos, W.
Takon thu Oath.
A good many pooplo havo takon
tho oath to tiio"Jtopuhliv in the pant
mouth. AmotiK othors wore: ILL.
Thiron, who was pu'moor o( II. 11
M. S. Kaimiloa on tho momorahlo
mission to Samoa; W. Mullor, couVo
ulautor. Kunn: b. Mulvoairuo. . D.
Whito, aScotehnmnlilytiarsof co;
Chr. Oortz, Warnnor, John lJush
lortz, V Warrinor, .Joint Hush
nr), J K Napoloott, Hawaiian,
. Williams, a tiattvo of Nhw I
wiok whom nationality is put .
uowuas.Novaouan. to iWhmter King would prob-
Chauiborlain's CiuikIi Uomoily ic ..1.1., j.w t.;s .lnnmv., when it
fammis for ils ouros nf bad ooltls. It ,lD1 ll:lNC lllb ''PP'Ovai W I1U1 11
opons tho o'rotion, roliovos tho w;ls brOUPllt lip for COIlsider
Itius autl aids ualtiro tu rostormj r
tho aystom to a hoaithy coutlition ation. There are not many
If frouh tuotl as goon as tho cold hai , , . ,, ,, .
hoon ooutra.-tod, and boforo it has j tlllCI dllVCS than Oil Bci'Ct'.mKl
SitSSho'sovtalS street f.om Punahou street to
5ff? "i1"1. l!.S'it-i" r,",n i" , Punchbowl street, but there the
cold For salo by all donlora. Mon
sou, Smith Co., Agouls for Hawai
... itftii.b ,v.ii .....vr ..j.. i. du.ui" i
b. 1. bilAW, Proprietor.
Cor. King and Numtnu Street, Honolulu.
Choice Liquors and Fino Boor.
HKI.I. TKI.KI'HON'K I'll.
1. r S. S, "Australia"
A SMAI.I. INVOICE OK
California Fruit Market
Corner King nnd Alakeu 8. a.
lly Kvery Rtinmer from Bui
ItiiucI eo wltli
Frosh Fruit, Oystort-,
Balnioii, l'oultry, II e , Ktc.
struck my htore dining
December. It was n
htrontr, vigoioii, full
jrown iiiTair, Jiiid had no
respect for other people'K
f elinH. It would push
iU way in through the
front door ruimn ige
among my eh--ice gootU,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the quiibly and price,
buy a paper of l'inn t r a
Silk Drt ss, go out and
cnine back iu a Hhort
time reinfoiced by neiyh-
mouth has made me gray
before my time, and
standing in thu middle of
the store at VI i m. on
December 31, 1891, I
was glud to nay "Pan."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conclusion that I wid
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale. Wow a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything In my
leii-o ;t means everything.
1 h ive a large assortment
of goods on hand that 1
must get rid of btfoio
the return of next Aus
tralia. I must huvchhelf
room and to get k I am
prepured to make a sacri
fice. Everything must
lie sold. .N ov each week
1 am going to offer so lic
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
IJats and all the attach
ments thereto fur the next
wei k us cheap as nt
Egan's. No other houso
in the city can sell these
goodn at 50c on the 51.
Vu can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat-i-fy
everybody as long
as the tlats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Jvalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tireless Toihr,
J. J. EUAN,
Sid Fort btraut.
. . -
December 29, 1S04.
The movement to widen Be
retania street fiom Punchbowl
street to the Nuuanu stream is
a matter which should receive
the favorable consideration of
the government because it is
0f interest to CVerV 0I1C. It
COIlieS dllCCtly Under tile head
. . . . ....
of improvements and a petition
squeeze begins and the good
road ceases. To widen Hie
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
influenced one way or another
by the pleasure derived from a
drive through a city; if the
streets are narrow and the roads
poor they are apt to say the peo
ple in authority are "just a lit
tle Peoria," if on the other
hand, they are broad and
smooth the solons are said to
be "up to date." Washington,
D. C, owes much ol the lavor-
able comment passed upon it
to its elegant streets; they are
wiilten and talked about so
much that they are as well
known as the Capitol itself.
The streets of Honolulu are
well known to people who visit
the place, but the acquaintance
may be strengthened by widen
ing Beretania street.
The Dietz Oil Stove is as
gootl a thing as anyone wants
in the kitchen. 11 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 aie the
most seiviceable things a man
can have for his bathroom
they will outlast Old Time him
self and always look new. They
cost more than a zinc lined tub,
but an enamel one will outlast
a dozen of the others, conse
quently it is cheaper in the long
run to buy a good one in the
beginning. There's no reason
in the world why a bathroom
should not be at all times as
presentable as a pailor, but it
will not be if the tub isdiily
you can't keep a zinc tub clean
any more than you can keep
a polish on a piece of lead.
You can get almost any size and
linish tub you want from us.
We are in the line of ad
vancement in Western Civili
zation, and as the town fills up
with Grangers, 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
thTtt w'e 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
size and in any style.
Tie Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
By JftB. F. Morgan.
AUCTrOX SALE OF
Potatoes, Grain, Flour,
Etc., Etc , Bio., Ktc.
On TIirUSDAY, .Inn. 3d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
AT lwY SA.T.n3SIt.001wV
i Milt. skit. T l't line Al'iTtMN
150 ks White Skinned poake
(WSaeks T Kl.mHt
00 Sack-j Kolird Bailoy
ir a k UK AS
A i-mkt lHI MIS
J s IT.
- OH -
Yainrbio Land atKalihi
On SATL'kDAY, ,lan r.lh,
AT ,2 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT MY SALESROOVt
I HIM BFI.L AT rt'llLIC MITIOO
Valuable Real Estate
Adjoining! the iiropcity o' W. II Cum
lnlliK, Km , mm l'i ill);
APANA I of (Irnnt '-"J-'l 0 Aitm.
APANA !!t)Mlrniit:2'-JI 1 OVMlM Aeres
A Splendid CliHiiccfor Investmeiil
VPK. TIMtMS CASH In U. d Oold Co n
Deed Ht puri'lim. rs' exieiire. I"or Inrti'er
mrt uiilur iipp y to
LEASE OF BEAi II LOT
On SATURDAY, Jan. ."ith,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At inv Biilepronm, lull tell nt Pulil e " e-
Ion, liy rd r ot tlie AiltnitiUt rnKirn of the
Kitoie ( Dr. Trolls mu, drum td,
The L-ase of lhai CerMn Btarii
Lot at W-ikiki
Nenr tlio rfldonce of Tlios. Willil lc.
Tim let l'i know i Lot n o.i nrve. of
Wuikikl .oin, mul in HI 't-l on 11'. klkl
Itoiul, Ml frt-t i!ui and s 71 fei-t II lie. till.
t he Lukh.' N fur '.') i-iir. fruin tlie'illi
day if .1 Hi), lb'J', nt un mmxiil rin'nl nf
M9U TKKMS CAS 1 in IT. h. I! ll o n.
Couv jhii 'Inj; tit iiuriliitM r' xn .
LAND hT AUOTIONT.
ON MONDAY, JAM'.MIY
At IJ o'i'Iih k noun,
At ilin Anetlon llooiii" of .Ins V Moiynn
will lie sold, hoe I'rciiiihe- nt Ki.iiiiui
Iniiitli, lloiiolii II, iiiilin, hihI iniini purtl
euliirl) de-erlhi'd In I'end of WIUihiii C
Aehl to Ann Moiimiiiii K iiiml el hI, tiled
ht April, I -Ml, it it. t reiordi" n l.lherlis,
piiiti' !"!, cunt milii n '.ten o 2 II.' hiiinre
fnit, logeiher itli Tlireu lliilldlngi lure
on Tliou 1'ri'iiiUt.s Klve to Imturs n very
pood hiM Hlinont uf er very little repairs to
Tit e per feet.
tW Cur further pur lenhfit nnplv to
A. P PKI'KIIHi'N mid
WILLIAM C ACIII,
Attornevi for tlio imiiiin,
llomiliihi, Die 21, blil
AINA MA KK KUDA.I.A,
MA K PitAKAIII, IAMJAKI 7, IMO,
Mu K.i llo'a 12 inviUen,
I', lcniii In nkn mil inn ku Kndulit nken, inn
ku UiiiiiI Kndiilii o Jus. F MoriiHi , kelu
mini Aimnu Ainu o wiilho 'u inn Kuiiiiiu
kiu.lll, Honolulu, Ouhn, it I huuknku in i u
(iHleiiu n u ku Piiliipiihi Klin I u W'llllniu
C. Aehl in a nil Moiiionu KuiiihI inn, i
huiiiiin inn k't In 1 o A erilit, tM, u kopeln
mu ku Hill e Ki, iioho IT.!, h mu in Ainu he
2.t!l' kiipuni ill, no nu mile hoi hl.oluu
kll III lllllllinu I) ku lllllt.
i; loan mi. i i kit men Wml mnl he likit
pniiMi mulktii no l.o diilti innhope o kn
him i h mi nun I nn I iiiu
lie nmlkiil ke killennii
LF o nu men i kite, e nlnim Iu
A P. I til'KUhoN iiiiiu
Wit I.1A.M i. ACM I,
I. io no i u oiiii o ku idiiu.
Iloiuilnhl, Dee 2'l, I8'i. 1221 Iw
I'lIK Al BTKAMHllll
WILL LKAVh IIONOLULP
rOK TIIK AIIOVI lOKT ON
Saturday, January t5th.
The uiideridi'iicd uro now iirepired to
iHiue Through Ti. kets from thlt. ( lly to nil
poiniu in the Unltid tiluiei.
i.tf Hor fiuthor p.irllimli rej;iirdllU'
KrWuJit or PamuKe, uppl to
W.M. i. IllWIN A CO., L'n,
U'JI "1 OiiKril AueiiU
FOH SALE 01IEAP
a biiiuty in yi:ky
IV On d Itemilr. A No
u few llmkes hoth New
Hint beuoiid-hund. Apply to
W. W. WKIUI1T,
U07-U Honolulu CurrlM?a M'l'y.
Too High !
So Smii th Uninitiated
Do Nut Be Deceived !
Do Not Vecfive Yourself I
Mnk ioiic roiiij)irrM mil
li'lwini St. I'rtrrihurtf uml Itiiiw
lu'u, bill bflwni OUT prirrt mul
jnicm firi viu'lliiji in nthrr fnliihlhh
III nli lll'llli. U'r ltd irlliuij
S IU Silerr
(ikmii .Jf5 jur ilnt'-ii. Th in I.
of it! $1 for a Suliil Tin .Sy,..i.ii
o uooil wiiyht mul i:e; Uuiviir
jmlliTHf al the mimr low rale per
onnve. HV further rnfl'iive ivi
liitlificr of ihnme mi all our Sil
ver W'ire; Ihim mii'iii Jiiik niitnji
mure ilnllnrn, mid slill futlh r re
duriny the viml of our filnr to you
di'i'f Jiftien ptitlttilH to rlnmse
II V are .lelliny Sti linn SHvr
Cuff Unkifor 7fn. ami J? pet sit;
and tj'l have urver lifntjiiiil about
it; while the qunlilij of our yonih
hai ttmdilii OOSli 111', our
pricen lime constantly O0,XK
The, volume of bu.iim.i.i done
daily in our Store, in proof of the
appreeiatioii hi Id by the aenerul
public of our imiifime htock; of the
newiiemt of everylhii'u iu it; of the
nine with which your wanlt ran be
nupplkd. There in no meii rnllimj
your attention to Tllli QUALITY
of our Silvir people know a unod
thinii when tin y nee it, mid you
know we buy only tin bent.
H. F. WiGHMAN,
sry c-g i -." r j
SW -. -sr-jiirt.
vy-'?' Jr. .
...A- i)-r . '. h i
523 JTor- Srfet
NKI 111 Kit Till: CAl'TMN NOH Tlin
Aienta of t" llrltuli luik ' (1 un vor'
will h ru. on lilu for.uiy dht uinlrnited
hj tlmuruu 1212-a
ON AND AI'TKIt THIS DATK AM)
until further notl e, Mr J. M. PUIinr
will Ni;u our linn liauin per iiroeurntlou.
IIIBIIOP A CO.
Honolulu, Ueo. UO, Ib'Jl. 122 1-3 1
k k !)
rcU ibi Ivcjl
S' 2 0
S3, f. 0
- 5 5 ' tH
ft o U
(Q p -F
s i a
3 - O 0
" - S .Zj
if . o P
Sore Thro H
Stiff Joints I
1 hud niffcrcd hcvcii years
with inllitnnnaloiy rhcunia
Uhui ; tried every known re
medy uud got no peinmncnt
relief until I ui-ed Vita Oil.
The soreiie-s and lamciRs at
once hegau to disappear, and
in a short tine I was restored
to health 1 gladly rci-om-lncnd
rita Oil as u hal'e el'
fective honif remedy and the
heht I ever used.
Ius. Ij. It. MAC'iuvrii.
, ' i'
Kir The Autoiatio Pr.AKi, Pinvvio Maciiixk with
the L-itcht Modern Attachments suituhle Tor Light and
Ilc.ivy Work To I'm chasers: Instructions iu Arisene,
Tiiihcl, Schnellc and Fancy rJmhroidery Work will tie given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should he huilt-d und filtered.
The Oxi.v ItKMAiu.K AVatku Pii.tku is the Slack te
Browulow. They are in ide on hcicntilic principles. Tlie)
arc acccssihle in all parts ami can he readily domed.
PACIFIC 1 1 AUD WAKE CO., IJ
COKN'GK TOUT & MERCHANT SPUICHTS.
Will he made to keep
excellent time if left
for thre days with
Fahumi & Co., the
Well-known and Woli
ahle Watch Makeis.
If satisfaction is not
given your money wi'l
he refunded in full.
KAKRRIt & CO.,
BIB roi't, BU'OOU
V7i Daily Uulletin, SO cents per
month, delivered by carrieri.
rsiii ! w i in
Vita Oil hashelprd
others; it. will cure
HOBRON DHDG CO.
i. II. Kerr
is the only
man iu Ho
PEIt S S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
NEW CltKAMKll OK Till: LATHST
t iiiodul, etip.iult) W kiiII'iiih per hour.
AImi, h Two Horn) Power (lusollno Knlne,
Juki, thu thliiit for a diilry Apply to
1 -i-ui Uoiioluhi Diilry.
If your aubn( riptian han expired now
it a good time to renew it,
&. . jc-'u'ii.ai-' f ijailfc.
.J.. i uMLtiiMb Mil'&'J'JJkA', '
-- i . a'tthi.vvksu .
" -. : '-w-iiaJL' i$m&xW!