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IUUIO AVION NOVIOK,
Ilulilorit o( wntcr prlvlliios, or thin
l.ylni; water mltM, uro huroby ito'lthnl
Hint tha hours lor Irrigation (Hirpojos nto
Irom 7 to 8 u'elmtk a. m., iimI tu u
o'clock r. M. A. 1IKOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works
J. A. Kisii,
Milliliter of the Interior.
Honolulu, Mny , IS I. ll&Mf
EJu gnUs gulUHn.
I'ltllljtd IV "(MIwT rul ' 'inly,
Mltl JC.tUlbiUiirll lot fAfi llntrH uj All.
TIUMU5DAY, JAN. tl, lAt,
Wnllnuo It. Farnutoti stiuceods
W. N. Armstrong n I'llilur of tlio
Advirtinur. Tlio Bulletin htn found
tho retiring journalist an lionorabli
oppouuut, anil has overy reason tu
boliovu that tho tnjUTiunor will prim
TU POUT AltTUUK STOKXtS.
Ati ollicial contradiction has bouu
published in this papor, of. tho sto
ries of atrocities conunivtcd by tlio
Japanese army on ontoriiiK Port
Arthur. Thosi accounts caused a
revulsion of fouling throughout
Christendom against Japan, all tlio
stronger because of tho previous re
ports that Japau was treating tho
prisoners aud wounded of thoonouiy
in tho most liutnauo mauuor. War
is a cruel affair anyway, and, in a
light for tho possession of a city,
non-combatants who cannot or will
not got out of tho way aro liablo to
bo hurt. This was doubtless tho
caso at Port Arthur, but bosidos
there uero numbers of persons in
tho guise of nou combatants who bj
desperate aots brought death upon
themselves. It appears that some
correspondents saw a little and
imagined a groat deal of tho slaugh
ter, aud, to gio themselves a big
place in tho papers employing them,
wantonly dealt a black e)e to a na
tion that is one of tho modem mar
vels in its quick progress out of
Boint-barbarisni to a high degree of
TJ?u3SH 'Ulado of tho lato
minister and his would-
be imitatu., A... :) Vii r, when
dealing with Hawa.i.iti atlairs, is a
foar of what England will do with
these islands in case tho United
Statos rofiibes to hold its porringer
to catch tho ripo pear. The Kator
and looso uowspapor corroipotideutb
play upon tho same string. The
same clans of American politician
and editors used tho same .scare in
tr(Jdlxig"',of tho JJIiiofiolds episode,
and now comes tho Spriugheld Re
publican, saying: "And now it ap
pears that all tho talk, blow and
brag that somo fow newspapers lmt
boon making over what Ureal Britain
would aud would not do on tho Mos
quito coast had no excuse or juslili
catiou whatever. Great Britain has
dono nothing and intended to do
nothing which would givo our wilil
ost jingo warrant for war talk, aud
tho Navy Department has no, or in
tended to send any ships at all to
Bluuliulils to block Groat Britain's
nofarious m-hemes. On tho contrary
tho Mosquito Indians, Great Britain's
especial wards, in whoso behalf she
would have interfered, if at all, aud
ovor whom tho treaty of Mauagua
gavo hor a sort of protectorate, havo
relieved hor of all occasion for intor
feriug by voluntarily decupling tho
aovoroignty of Nicaragua for thoin
fcolvos which was tho bust thing
thoy could do." Tlio host
thing that tho Stevens, Walkers, aud
Katzers and their uowspapor looters
can do is to drop tho British scare,
take up somo other arguments, or,
bettor still, shut up.
BEItTlIED IN THE MUD.
A Olippur Touches .Bottom and Una
to Wait fur liiuu Tidu.
Tho bark 0. D. Bryant was to havo
loft yesterday evening for San Pr.ui
oisco. Unluckily she was unable to
got away from iho luimu wharf, as
she was stuck in tho mud. Harbor
Master Fuller aftor several attempts
to got hor oil' decided tc wait until
high tidu this morning. She got oil
at 5:!U) o'clock and loft boforo uoon.
Tho harbor m that vicinity will bo
deepened in tho near future, as Min
ister King has been not. lied of the
shallowness of tho place. Tho bark
Topgallant got btuck in thu same
placo somo lunu ago.
OLD MAN MITCHELL.
Ho Passes His Contonniul and Fools
Loyal and Happy.
In a nolo Bout to this olllcu, Leo
nard Mitchell says ho was boru at
Boston iu J7SJI. ilo came hero in
1820 whoa ho was 20 yoarsold. His
writing hero becomes an unintelligi
ble jumble, but looks like au attempt
to say that his birthday conies this
mouth, ilo then concludes with
this loyal ejaculation: "God bloss
tho govmot i'oy and Fish." Mitchull
was a favorito at tho palaco iu ICala
kaua'a time. Ilo still ventures down
to tho lish-mnrkot occasionally,
If your tubtoription hat expired now
it a good time to renew it,
A UKLIOUTKU TOUIUBT.
Now Your' liny in tho l'nnwllio of
thn l'uulile-In tho Lund of the
Al Milfi wo loft Honolulu fur Kn
latiao, llio train eonslsliiig u( three
cars ntul a eattlo brake. On tlio wav
down wo had n inngnillcont viow of
tho distant mountains and small
valloys. Hero and llmro patches of
taro, I'notus and rit'o fioldi wuro to
bo neon. Just boftiro reaching Kn
lauao tho beautiful view of IVarl
harbor burst in sight, and gavo us
our first idea of tho coaling station
which tho United States m had
deeded to them by the young Re
public. Aftor nrriung at our des
tination our merry party of picnic
kers, with lunch baKots, etc., strol
led from tho station to tlio lovely
banana plantation of Mrs. Kami
Aftor a slight introduction to the
hostoM, who roceivod us most kindly,
wo tlej) isited our lunch baskets in n
corner of tho dwelling and wo start-
eu in 10 uart a jniiy num. i tuou
gol our fishing lines and succeeded
in ca' chini; many mild fish, that
abound in tho dream of this charm
ing place. Next wo strolled through
tho plantation admirim; Uie many
varieties of bananas. Vo returned
to a largo shade where wo spread
our cloth and enjoyed a bountiful
repast. Probably thoro aro no peo-
uie in tho world" who know how to '
enjoy a social picnic so woll as tho ,
HawaiiHi.s, or a place whore ono can
see so much natural grandeur and
beautiful surroundings as at this
charming Httio spot. As tho sun
wont down wo prepared to go back
to our city homes, having spent one
of tho most delightful days that tho '
writer can remember of. Oh, sunny
Hawaii, howl lovoyon: '1Vr,,1r7u ,
have been called the Paradise of tho I
Pacilic. If ever thoro was a spot on
mot her earth where the garden of
IMen was located, surely it must
have been in the lovely island of
oahu. it has been tho destiny of
tho writer to travel in many foreign i
lands mid to see many beautiful
scones, but in all his wanderings ho
has never encountered so much
natural beauty aud kindly-disposed
friends as ::: thu laud of the Ka
uiohamohas. Any person desiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at very low
wages will please call on T. D. Gar
vin, comer of Richards and King
struck my store
lJect'iuuLM". it wsis a
strong, vigorous, full
grown affair, and had no
respect for Other people's
its way in
among my eliMice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept tiie qmility and priiv,
buy a paper of J'inn t r a
Silk Dihhs, go out and
c -me back iu a nhort
time relnfoieed by ucigh-
lias made me
standing in the middle ol
the store at 12 v. m. on
December HI, 1SI), 1
was glad to say "J'au."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the eonclui-ion that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale. Now a clear-
ance sale may mean noth -
ing or everything In my
U-a-e it means everything.
1 11 1VC Jl
of iroodri on hand that J
must get rid of hi fore
the return of next Aus
tralia. I numt huvurihult
room and to get ic I am
prepared to make a saeri
liee. Everything must
be sold. Jbi ov each week
I am going to offer Kome
thiug special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
JIaUandall the attachment-,
thereto for the next
wet 1; us cheap as jit
lagan's. 2Sro other house
in the city can sell these
goods at 50c on the 1.
rc can't, keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as the Hats and Feathers
lust. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one
J. .J. EG AN,
51J Port totruut.
IN r S. B. "Austrulltt"
A SMALL INVOICE OF
Dt'cembt'i .?, 57,.
The movement to widen I3e
retania street from Punchbowl
street to the Nuuanu stream is
a matter which should receive
the favorable consideration of
the jjovernmenl because it is
of interest to every one. It
conies diiectly under the head
Qr Improvements allll ;l petition
to iWillislci Killl,r WOllltl pi'Ol)-
, . . . " , ,
ably IlilVC lllS approval WllCIl it
was brought up for consider
ation. There are not many
finer drives than on I3eretania
street from Punahou street to
Punchbowl street, but there the
, . ,. 4, i
squeeze begins and the good
rn..i rp.,rPS Tn widi'll I he
roau "dSLS. 10 IUU1 U1C
sfrce W0UJ not benefit ailV
one man or set of men, the
. ,,, . , , l ,.
benefit WOllld be to tllC I1K1SSCS.
-. t i ,,,,.b ., .wl
CiOOU loads .lie AS miltll ail .1(1-
vertisenicnt for a community
;l5 anything else, visitors are
llllllienced 0I1C Way Or another
, ,, , . . ,
by the pleasure derived from a
i tlirnmrli -l rhv if the
UMVe 1"I0UJJI1 .1 Cliy, II U1C
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 of the favor
able comment passed upon it
to its elegant streets; they are
written and talked about so
much that they are as well
known as the Capitol itself.
The streets of Honolulu are
vwll known In n.nnlr vvlm vkit
the place, but the acquaintance
may be strengthened by widen
ing Beret ania street.
The Dietz Oil Stove is as
good a thing as anyone wants
in (he 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
Diet 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
can have for his bathroom
they will outlast Old Time him
self and always look new. They
cost more than ainc lined tub,
but an enamel one will outlast
a doen of the others, conse-
1 M-""0' cneaper in me long
I run to buy a good one in the
I beginning. 1 Here s no reason
in the world why a bathroom
should not be at all times as
presentable as a parlor, but it
will not be if the tub is dirty
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 si.e and
finish tub you want from us.
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
size and in any style.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Go. Ltd.
lly Jm. V. Mercnn.
MOTIONS A U5
Valuable Land at Kalilu
On SATUIiDAY, .luu ."ith,
AT Si O'CLOCK NOOV,
A.T MY SAIj1I!R.OOM
i will nr.i.i. at i'i iii it m i rniN
Valuable Real Estate
AillnliiliU! I lie priritv o' W II I iiin-ii'Iiir-,
hxi , ii'iu tiring
APANA I otOnntiMM t. .t.".
Al'ANA a wl f irttltt a-21 1 (rMOU Aitls
A 8iIiiiiIIi1 Clmieofor liivcjitiix-nl '
lw TiatMS CASH In tl. 8 (1 I.I Co n.
PitiIh t tiri-lin-r!' hxh'im'. Ko- iiirM-rr
liart culur iiii y to
Jtva. I TuCofgtLn,
M OF I1BA' II LOT
On SATtTUDY. I.ui ."nil,
AT I J O'CLOCK NOON.
At inv S.iU-'niiii, I w I rll itt I'hIiI r c
t Ion, liv l rol the AtliiiliiiMriuon ol i lit
Ksitolv ( )r TrinlH iiiu.iImim ul,
The L-asf oi ihai CeiMn Btafti
Lot rd Wiikiki
Near tlio miiloni'i of Tliui. Wright, Ki.
Tliia Lot l knouu bh IkiI I) mi Mirret nf
Wnlkiki Lois, unit Ik HI lent on Wx'kikl
Itoml. 1.(1 dvt ilufji iiml Id 71 feel mi Hiiu-Ii.
I ho I.i'hsh l lor 'i (ran Iniin Hii' iruli
ilav i.f July, W)l, tit mi uiiimul rontnl ol
tm TKIt.M.S CA8II in I'. S. (InM l oiii.
Coiiv.ynn. Iiik lit puruliuM-ra' i'SM'ii.i.
J.h. F". Morgan,
isas-ii AUCTION KKII.
LAND AT AUCTION.
ON MONDAY, JAM'AKY 7, ls'tt.
A I I'.! o'clock noon,
At tint AiU'lliin KooniMif Jiih. K Mor(-iui.
will lit- kiiM, hoo I'ri'iui")"' at Kiiinim
kiiinli, JIoiioIiuii, Oalm, unit inori' parti
cularly (k-orllicil In ili'i-il ol Wllllmn I!.
Aolii lo Ann Moniou:i Kiiniiil ul ill, tnli'l
1st April, l-.H, an. I rccordiM u I.(Iiit!M,
lmiiii l":i, ciiiiti'iiliiK mi Aii'H o' l!'!i.' miiniri'
li'ct, tocllivr wltli I'lircu IliillilltiKi ilirri'
on Tln'o l'ri'inls.L'1 k'vi' bin era u viTy
jrood Invest niUMt nf vt wry llttli- n-pulrs lii
Tit c pfrfi'i't.
im- i'i.r iiirinor imr-iciiiii's ni'piv m
A. I. l'hl'KltJ N unci
Wli.l.lAM C ACHI.
Aiiiirii' (or t tut oAii-r".
IIoihiIiiIii, Di'o :, l:il
AINA MA Ki: KUDA1.A.
MA K I'OAK.VIII, I.VNllAltl 7. li-'i.,
Mil kll llolil IJllWllklM,
K kuiii la nku inn inn ku K ti.lul i a tea, ma
I. a tf it mi 1 Kuclalu o Jiih. K .Mori.'- , ki'lu
mini Apulia Ainu i' uiillm u ni'i K.iuiii i
kiioili, Jlonnliilii, (lilm a I lioHkakn in i ii
imli'iiii ii.a kn I'.iMq.al.i Kniil ii Wl'llam
C. Arhi la viia M iiiomi Kniiiul inn, 1
limiai.i inn kn In I o A I'liiu, l.si, a koMla
mil ku Itiiku lis, noun IT'I, ii mil m Ainu In
2. i'M kapnal 1.1, n u n:i tlule lim hkoluo
kn In I'.aluna o kn aiiiu.
K loii.t ana I k i mini knai mil l.i' nt.ii
l'tli c mulkiil no kr ilalu iiuliopi- o ku
hull', h hi mill I it ' u r
lli nialkal ki kuli-ami
ttT" No mi nii'ii I koi', nli.au Iu
A I', i KI'KKSoN ii in.'
Wl' LI AM ' . ACHI.
I. In no i a mm n ku uln.i.
llo'iiliiln, IK-ii V.l IS'il. I 'J .'I tu
FOIl SAN I' U AN Ul SCO.
I'll K Al HI'hAMHHIl'
WILL LKAVK HONOLULU
roH TI1K AHIIVh TOUT Of.
Saturday, January 5th.
Tlio unilernl;ni'il uri' now pn-iiiirt'il to
ixauu Throilli Tli'ki'U from tins City to nil
points in tint Unlti'il Ktulfi.
CBT- For Jnrtlinr particular!- rt.nnliiii
Frrlylit or I'liUhUKu, iply to
wm. n. i ii win ,t co., L'n,
I '2.' I "1 Ui'iifrnl Au.Mits
Coiltcor and Real Kstata - Agcm
till Inns llolltu I. Ll'll'H l'olli'i'tll.1.
Olllcu: CiimmiiiH1 Itli nk, Morcliant Htrt-et.
7l)UNISIli;i) IMI SK . ,-a
L1 to i ut t rmlniiH of CfJi'tZjiS:
irumi'iiri, Wu klki rStii'aSijJ
Apply to LiK)!a2
0 K. DOltI)t.N.
a'7 King rect.
HOOM8 AND IIOAItD.
IJWU.IIO .!ll IU.ltll I .nl
V for ii fiiw ni'ruiiiH ran Iih sm'.
AND 110 A HI)
liiiii ut lluniwul, on iliu Wul-igLtfifeISi
klkt hi'iu'li wltU&M
W. 8 IIAHTI.BIT,
'PJIKKK NICK LOTS AT
J .Miiklkl ut ii liiirutilii.
CUxIMfiiuh. Will bull oHIiur
an u wIioIh or beparattly
41 1'1'V fcu
Cuiiiiiiimi Illoik, MurcIiuntStiivt.
Too Hifih !
--.V Suyg Ik UnlnUluUtl -
Do Nut Ue Deceived 1
Dd Not Hucelvi! Yourself I
.Idtp hnnml cotiipitrinniig nor
liflini'ii St, Jlrrltirii iiil llmi".
Iiihi, hi Urlw m our jiWi' mill
print in nilliiiji in ulkr rlaltilt
in- n In IllUlli. Il'i r Killinti
iu law tin $12 pir ilot'-ii. Think
ujil' $1 for ti Solid Tin Sjumii
of nood wiijhl mid siir, Imivhr
potlirnn ul Ihr tiimr low rutr prr
iiioic. HV further mir irr itii
tial fir' of rh'inr on nil our Sil
v?r ll'iirr; Ihun iil'i'n; tynn muny
more dolliim, ami still further re
diieimj the eotl of our silver lo you
over fiftien puttirnt lo ehnoiir
We lire eellituj Slrrliiiji SHwr
Cujl' l.inkn for 7"n. und $1 pel xt:
ilhd yrt hare in rer liriijiinl iilmul
it; while the iunlity of our Hoods
him st'odtly GOXIi l'l our
priori hoir constantly GOSH
The volume of business done
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the ijeneral
public of our immeiiiie ttock; of the
newness of evry'hiiiji in il: of the
ruse with irhii h your wants run be
supiilird. Then is no iitca ciilliuii
your attention to THE HI' A I.ITY
of our Sihir people know a qnod
tllimt when lliry see it, and you
Lnoie ue bmi onlu the best.
H. F. WUJBMAN,
trr i iafjf'-.i ' tr,
.?'rl4 'l(MK?j.i'i '
I I I
People's Baggage Express
WILL CALL ANY PAIIT OF TIIK
City for IHCOAQK. All Hiukuko
rcculvoil liy un will he Iminllt'il with imni
anil illapatuh, Whkkuiih will bn un thu
Wharf to incut ull ForulKU ami later
Inland Btcnmi'm. Moving I'Iiuioh mul
Furniture a Bpccliilty. Olllcu Unlttil
CurrhiKO Co. und Livery Htubleu, coruttr of
Klnx anil Fori btrcets nuxt to K Q. Hull
ii Hon. Doth JTeluphoiii'H 2'0.
11WJ 3m M. T. MAltSIIALL.
Sore Thro'-t I
I hud miflVivd Hcvcn years
yilh inllainniiilory rlicinna
tism ; tried every liiiown ic
medy and ot no permanent
relief until I u-cd Vita Oil.
The soreness and lameness at
once begun to disappear, and
in a short tine 1 was restored
to health. I gladly recom
mend Vita Oil as u safe ef
fective home, remedy and the
best I ever used.
Mim. h. Ii. Machktii.
111 whhsKSSRSSffi Ml I
sr' The Automatic 1'kaul Skwnkj ilAcuiN'K with
the Latest Modern Attiichments suitable for Light and
Jluiivy Work. To Ptu chasers: Iiistructions in Ariseue,
Tinsel, Sclnielle mid Funcy Wmbroidery Work will lie given.
Beware of Bacleriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and filtered.
The Only Kicuaiu.k Wathu Fnrnit is the Slack 4
BrowoloW. They are niHdu on scientific principles. They
are accessible in ull parts und can bo readily domed.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LD
COIlNISIl POUT Si MHIICHUNT STIil3l?lS.
Will bis made to keep
excellent time if left
for tin, c days with
Faiiiihk & Co., the
Well-known and Reli
able Watch Makeis.
If satisfaction is not
given your money wi'l
lie refunded in full.
FAURKR & CO.,
es 1 5 Fort fitroot.
The Daily bulletin, CO cents per
month, delivered by carrieri.
Vita Oil has helped
others; it will cure
HOBRQI MM CO.
i. B. Kerr
is the only
man in Ho
'V w tu
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
ALL I'KHBONH INTKNDINO TO
takii put.'i;it on thu "ti'iiiniirs "Kl
t. u" mul "Oi AuniNh" from Honolulu urn
hiTi'liv ri'ipii'stud to p'trc'lmco tlcki'U ut
tho Couipauy'd (IIUo hofnru iiuiliurkliu;;
mid mi) p.msi iikit fulllni; to do ho will nu
Nilhli'ut to ii iv twi'llti-llVH iierci'iit nl llui
I nuul r fnrc in ndditloii thuruto This rulo
will ho mrii'tly iiulorci'il from mul ufter
' Junuarv I, IbU'i For tho lmmivuiiIuiicii of
i liadsuiiom thu Whurf Olllco will bn opi'ii
Kir in- s.iiu oi iichoii on inu uiiuriioium 01
'lio day of hiIIIiii' of thu btu.tmurd 'Kinau"
WILDKU'B STKAMSIIIl' CO.
Honolulu Dff. U. lh'.)l. I'20.r-lm
NOTIOK OK ELHCT10N.
A T A Sl'KCIAL MKKTINO OF WIL-
iuui'h Sri:MHiui' Comi-anv, Limitud,
ludil iii thi'lr Olllcu, In lltth City, Di'uombr
I. IMtl, thu follow Iii); (Iviuli'iuun wuru
iili'Oti'il iii Dlri'i'torM of tho Con puny for
thu i nautili; yiur:
WM. (I. IltWIN,
W.M. F. ALLLN.
WM. 0. WILIlKlt.
(1KO. C. IIKCKLKV.
Tho iibovo iiamud Ouiitluiuiin lot;ollicr
with thu l'rutiiluut, VIch I'lu'-ldi'iit, mul
Bicri'tary and Tii'iiiurrtrof thu Compuny,
ronstii uii) thu Hoard of Diri'iUorn,
lliOI-lm H. 11. UOaU, Becrutury.