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Holdrs of wntcr privileges, or those
pnftg 'Vfttor rates, aro hcroby tiotltleil
Uiat the hours for Irrigation purposes nro
jjjfrom 7 to 8 o'clock a. m., atnl 6 to 0
o'clock p.m. A. BUOWN,
Superintendent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister ot the Interior.
Honolulu, Mny'23, 18'Jt. 1183-tf
SHi gnUu gaUf Hn.
. Wyr to 1(er iSrVol tiot rtwly ,
Hut Kitobluhed for the hrneit of AU.
FRIDAY, JAN. 1, 18P5
An iutousuly inturusliti nrliulo ou
tliu prodrugs of Jnpau will bo fouud
in this issue. You will liko tho Japs
in spito of thuir suporsuiisitirunuHS,
that gives thorn striking propousi
tios, nftor rtvulitig tlIflF'l,' lilorarr
description of thuir transmogrifica
tion from an outlandish people to a
lyqdornly progressive pooplo.
CoinplMnts havo beou m.vlo to
tho Hoard of Iulueatiou about M. 1
Scott, teacher of tho Pahoohoo
school, Koua, tho gravamen of dis
content boitthat ho has too many
irons in tho tiro to give duu attoii
tioii to his pedagogic duties, it is
said that ho runs a cotToo farm, n
lumber yard, and other things,
which somotimoH got preference over
tho school. If tho charge is true,
thou tho now educational broom
should bct.Uroughl into play.
YET. j2W0. :t MISSION,
Moderate men vi
re not averse
iSJy- annexation, nor
upon tho present regime, are
talking to-day about tho announce
ment that Mr. Hatch is going to the
Coast as a "commissioner," or some
thing liko that, to promote annexa
tion by telegraph. These people
are asking when tho Government is
goiug to call a halt ou this piling up
of expense in tho foreign affairs aud
military department. There was
Mr. Thurston running a show in
Chicago while drawing his salary as
envoy extraordinary aud minister
plenipotentiary "near" to tho Gov
ernment of tho United States. Mr.
Hastings -an ordinary, ovory-day
clerk heuco has to have his rank
and salary rained to do tho other
man's work. Next Mr. Thurston is
sent ou a wild-goose chase altor
Portuguese labor immigration, but
under suspicion that ho is utily being
givou "tho grand tour" for a honey
moon excursion, at tho expeiixe of
tho taxpayers of iiawaii. Now Mr.
Hatch has to be sent oer, at an ex
ponce of a feu thousands probably,
to do tho work for which the almost
doifiodly able Thurston is paid.
Verily, thoro was nothing more waste
ful in the monarchical regime than
tho way money is being squandered
on the foreign affairs of the re
public. If there was any salient
reason forthcoming for a belief
that Mr. Hatch could promote one
iota tho prime object of the revolu
tion aud of the republic that is,
union with tho United States ob
jections might not lie, as the law
yers say. Rut tho statesmen of both
parties in the United States havo
considered tho Hawaiian question
until they are sick aud tired of it.
Tho United States will annex tho
islands whenever sho is "good and
ready." Annexation is too much of
a double-edged weapon to bo used
very directly by either party for
election purposes, and it will bo
very cloudy in expression if it ap
pear at all in either .Republican or
Democratic platform. Tho best
mission (or rather missive) to send
to Washington to procuro annexa
tion would bo a petition therefor
Bignod by a majority of those legiti
mately entitled to bo called tho
"pooplo of tho Hawaiian Islands."
It is hero that missionary work must
bo done if the cause is to be consum
mated. ALEXANDER'S BENSEOF UONOIt
The Lato Czar Would Not Oouuton
auco Bribory in tho Oapturo of
I happen to bo cognizant of a
curious episode which strongly illus
trates tho honorable aud straight
forward character of tho late czar.
It occurred when ho was still tho
czarevitch, in commaud of the army
of tho Loin; the period was near the
end of July, tho place the village of
Oborteuik, where was located tho
hoadquartors of tho czarevitch, says
Archibald Forbes iu tho Loudon
Tho army waa echeloned aloug
the road to Kustchuk, waiting for
tho word to bosiogo that fortress
when tho siego train should arrive.
Meanwhile it did not possess an in
trouchiug tool or a siege gun. Yet
tho place of evory divisiou had beou
allotod iu tho planned environment,
which, I was privily told, was to pre
cede but by a day or two tho gain
ing of tho place by a coup do main,
I took tho liberty to remark that to
attempt a coup do main against
fortress bo strong as wo know Kuat
uhuk to bo was simply to court a
disastrous and bloody failure.
"All tho saino," significantly repli
ed tho staff officer with whom I was
in conversation, "you will boo that
wo shall havo Kustchuk within n
weok. I will toll you a socrot," ho i
oontiuuod. "Tho pasha command- j
iug in Kustchuk has boon found to
havo his prico; tho coup do raaiu will i
bo simply a decent blind to his '
treachery; and after n tuako-boliovo
assault tlio place will bo surrender
ed, ami wo shall bo in possession of
tho strongest fortress of tho Turkish
Tho project never eamo ou anil
subsequently learned tho reason.
Every detail of tho arrangemont
had boon settled. It only remained
to inform tho czarevitch of the
scheino which promised results so
valuable. To tho surpriso aud dis
may of hisf staff, Alexander broke
into a passion of wrath aud disgust.
LX3 UUI1UUIU UU hilt) IIIUIUUU 3 tlUdUll
orous, cowardly, and unsoidieriiko.
"Lot us t.-ilto HiiAtehiik." lui exelnim-
tie denounced tho projeen as troaon
ed, "if wo can; but by tho sword and
tho siego gnu, not by tho base
method of a goldou key I 1 am
ashamed of you as Russian ollicers."
A Groat Battlo
Is continually going on in tho hu
man system. Tho demon of impure
blood strives to gain victory over
tho constitution, to ruin health, to
drag victims to tho grave, llood's
Sarsaparilla is tho weapon with
U'liii'li til iliifund (iiiii'h milf. clrivn (tin
desperate enemy from th field, and
restore bodily health for many years.
Hood's Pills euro nausea, sickness,
indigestion and biliousness. 25c.
, "T.' ' , ,
Any person desiring a good Japa-
nose man or boy to work at very low
wages will ploaso call on l . u. uar-
of Richards aud King
struck my store
Dcccmucr. it was a
strong, vigorous, full
grown affair, and had no
respect for other people's
IVelings. It would push
its way in through the
front -door rummage
among .uy choice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cept the quality and price,
buy a paper of Pins or a
Silk Dress, go out and
come back iu a short
time reinforced by neigh-
month has made me
before niv time,
standing iu the middle of
the store at 12 i m, on
December HI, It';..', 1
was glad to Kiy "Pan."
Feel somewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conclusion that I will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale. "Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything Jn my
La-e 't means exeryllung.
I h ivo a large assortment
of goods on hand that 1
must get rid of bifoie
the return of next Aus
tralia. 1 must have shelf
room and to get it I am
prepared to mako a sacri
fice. Everything must
be sold. Now each week
1 am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
llats and all the attach
ments thereto for the next
wet k as cheap as at
Egan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goods at 50c on the 1.
Wo can' i keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as the IJats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. That Tireless Toiler,
J. .1. EUAN,
HI! Fort street.
Afil'KClAL MKIVl'INU or tiik HO.UII)
of TruMcus o the (Julkn'h lIoaiiTAi.
will lie hold tit tliu Itomii of t lie Chamber
of Commerce on W'KDN KSDAY, tliulHh
iluy of January, ut lOiliO o'clock a h, 1'or
order, K. A Sl'HAKKKU.Beo'y
Honolulu, Jim. 7, IMfi. l.'7-3t
to let ut terminus of
37 Klin? strept.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
IlUUJIb AM) JIUAJIU ifl(M
jlj juru ibvv jiurpuim uiiii iiu .
imu m iiauiwai, on me wai
W. 8. HAKTl.lSrT,
rpiJKKK NIOH I.OTH AT
i. .Mnklkl ut n Jluruiilu.
SOxlMJeaoli. Will soil oltlior
an a whole or tjopnratuly.
Cummins it lock, Merchant Street.
December 29, iSy.f.
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
of interest to every one. It
1 il I ll I t
comes directly under the head
e i i ii-
oi improvements ana a petition
to Ainister King would prob
ably have his approval when it
was brought up for consider
ation. There are not many
finer drives than on Beretania
street from Punahou street to
I Punchbowl street, but there the
Squeeze begins and the good
, ... . , ,,
'road ceases. lo widen the
street would not benefit any
one man or set of men, the
benefit WOUld be to the IliaSSCS.
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
pooi 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 '.
to its elj " - ' Miev ar.
written aiu. u . )
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
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
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 parlor, but it
will not be if (he 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 size 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 Hard art Go. Ltd.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Morgan's Auction Room
At 12 O'clock.
- OK -
Valuable Land at Kalihi
On SATURDAY, Jan. 5th,
AT 12 O'OI.OOK NOON,
AT JAY SAIilDSROOU
I WIM. "KM. AT rlllll.IO AUCTION
Valuable Real Estate
AT KA 1.1 II I,
Adjoining tln properly o' W. II Cum-mini;-,
Kpi , ami biliii;
Al'ANA 1 of Orniit 121 (I Acres.
Al'ANA JoKlrunti!'21 1 G9-100 Acres
A Sptciullit (Million for 1 nvcstmeiil !
rKUMSOASH In tl. 8 OnM Co'n.
Deriii nt itirrlinstT!' xene. Kor fnrtlicr
imrt'iitilar. ii y to
Jas. V Morgan,
LEASE OF BBAi:U LOT
On SATURDAY, Jan. nth,
AT I.' O'CLOCK NOON,
At tn v Snlenrnom, I wl'l tellnl l'tihl o A"c
t ion, by nril ruf the AdinliiMriiiori of llic
Kstouiuf Dr. Tunis mil, dtcea id,
The L-asf of that CetMn Btarti
Lot at Wikiki
Near tliu reddence of Thos. 'tl;M, K-ij.
Tim Lit In know n hn Lot I) on Mirvuv of
WHiklkl 1)13, ntid l HI feet on Wmkikt
KiHid, 1.1 1 fi'i-l deep hiiiI id 71 feiton llciich.
I he I.cs Is fur 3) n-iir frnin tliu INtli
iluv "f July, lb'12, nt nil Miii'inl rental of
Ufc. TKIt.MS I'A.SH In U. .S. (Sold t'olli.
(,'onv. Jitn hi); nt puiuliitfci rs' expunge.
Jnn P MOfgKli,
J. AND AT AUCTION.
ON MONDAY, JAMTaKV 7, IWKi.
At liiiVimk noon,
At tin) Auction Kooiiim of Jim K Morrill,
will ! fold, iiom' I'rumiiu-N nt KHiinin
kiiplll, Honolulu, iialiu, nml mure purtl
iMlliirly do-i'rllifd In I'tvd of WilllHin ('
Aclil tn Aim Motimnn ICiiiuul ut nl. 'utcd
Iwt April, KMi, hum rtvordd'i 'll l.llicr Itf,
IUIUU 1711, IMIlltH'IllllJ. Ml A I I'll ( 'i !IJ Hlltllim
feet, loj-ctlicr wltli I lirt'it lliilldiiici tlii're
on TIil" I'rviiilM-i kIvh to but urn u very
liuud invi'Mtliieiit uf ur very little re palm lo
Til o perfect.
IW l'vur furtlier piir'iciilurH iinplv to
WILLIAM 0 AOIII,
Altornuyi for ttie owiicrn.
Honolulu, Deo :., U'.)l.
AINA MA KE KUDAL.A.
MA KA l'OAKAIII, IANUAKI 7, ltt,
.Mil kit Horn L! uwnkcii,
K kiinl in nku aim mu ke Kudalii nkca, inn
ku Ituini ICuilnln o Jns. K. MorK'iis kulu
tun il Apiinii Ainu c unlliii 'u mu Kminiii
kimlll, Honolulu, Onliii, n I lionkiikit in mi
imloiiii inn kn I'nliipuln Klini n Willlniii
l Aclil In Ann M' nionii Kiiniiil inn, 1
liiiniiiit nut kn In 1 o A eilln, IhMI, u kopciu
inn ku lluke US, uimo l";i, n tun in Ainu lie
'i'!M kiipuiii ill, me mi llnle Imi Kkulu e
ku In iiihIuiiii o kn iilim.
'. lonu nnn 1 kn men kind mill lie uku
imuie t mi I k it I no Le dnln iiialiope o ku
iiuii'i li'iu nun I tin l.ule
He iiiulkiii ke kult'iiuii
g.mf No mi men i kiic, e nliiaii in
A 1". I'KrtiltMl.N u me
WH LIAM i. AOHl,
1 lo no i u onii o ku nliiu.
Honolulu, Deo 'J!l. 1HU. 'li-i
Real Estate and Loans
Tlio enlnrment of tlie LOAN .Mnrkct
so hs to coV'T tliu wntiLs and upcossiilcii of
the liirKe iiutnlii'r of li"iiorulju people who
uru not owners of uiiluuniiiliercd Heal
Kftme v,im one of tint most nei'essnry I n no
vatloni of loi'cnt jeurx To ninny ll lias
liieulit relief from prehlin; elii'im nt Hie
very time when most csM-ntinl. When
properly and liotiorahly conducted thli
tmslntiss Is of iipiully h'real luniorUiu'e
mid vuliie to the community ui ilulldlni;
and Loan Associations havo proved tliem
nclvea to lie.
The HawdiiiiD Investmeat Co.
Mnkes n pecluUy of NeKOtlntliif; and l'ro
curiliK Uuiiisfir ilot rowers who ure un
able lo discount their Notes ut the Hanks
and who do not cure to obligate them
selves to Milne, friend or ucipiulntuuee by
iiskluj; Ills endorsements to their Note.
This (Jon. puny will make Loans upon
Household Furniture, l'iauos. Organs,
Horses, Mules, Wukoiih, Carriages and
l'erMinal l'roiriy williout reiiiovlui; tliu
Krojierty from tho llurrower's possemlon,
and all business will lie conducted ou u
BTUIUTLY UuNKluKlTUL DAoIS.
Tie Utwiiiaa Iuvrstmout Co.,
GE.NK1UI. EAL EsTATt AaE.NTS,
Mnml 15 K.iHliUn.atiu Str.etu,
Notary Public, Mutual Telephone 639,
ATAflTTPIM llHiiufaoturorof Kanoy
. imUUJjN, WroUKht Iron Kenoeu
for Jlurml Ixits, llesidencm, Oardens, Hal.
coulos, eta. Union street, nearly opposite
bell Tower. 1175-U
Too High !
.So Says thf Uninitiated
Do Not Be Deceived I
Do Nol receive Yourself 1
Makr hont covarionsnot
between St. 1'ttcrxburg nnd Jfonth
lulu, but between our price and
prices prevailing in oilier ttlablinh-
mmtn llliUK. I IV are. scllhuj
as low as $12 per dozen. Think
of ill $1 for it Solid 7'ea Spoon
of pood weight and size; heavier
patterns at the same low rate per
ounce, IIV further engrave ttit
tials free, of chnrqe on all our Sil
ver HWe; thus saving you many
more dollars, and still further re
ducing the cost of our silver to you
over fifteen patterns to choose,
IIV are selling Sterling Silver
Cuff Links for 7uo. and 1 pet sit;
and yet have never bragged about
it; while the quality of our goods
has steadily QOXH UP, our
prices have constantly GOSH
The volume, of business done
daily in our Store, is proof of the.
appreciation held by the, general
public of our immmse stock; of the
newness of everything in it; of the
ease with whiih your wants can be
supplied. There is io need tailing
your attention to Til 11 QUALITY
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they see, it, and you
know wc buy only the best.
H. F. WICBMAN,
i- O 1 r-H
Kmi feuoi ri'M
523 For t St rget
People's Baggage Express
WILL OALL ANY I'AKT OK THK
City for 11 ailA0K. All ItnKKUKe
received by us will he linndlod with unre
and dlsimtoli. Wuagomi will lie ou the
Wharf to meet all Korean and Inter
Island Btenmem. Moving J'innua and
Kumlture a specialty. Oilleo United
Cnrrlafjo Co, and Livery Htablea, corner of
King and Kort Htrcotn, next to K O, Hall
& Bou. llolb Telephones 210.
11U0 Sin M. T, MAHSUALL.
Nothing borotoforo known is
anything liko so tisuful.
Fow aro so freo from c.itarrh
and other alTuctioiis lhat touoh
tlio throat as to havo no nood
of relief from "tickling" or
"dryness" or "rawnoss" or
"irritation" or "inflammation"
of tho throat, or to havo tin
noed of Imlp in tho iiho of tho
voico, as in talking or reading
aloud or singing.
It wives tho throat rest.
Koit si'i:akbuh and
81 NO ID'S.
TiutOAT Comioiit will givo
you such voico as is not to
bo got iu any other way.
Such statements aro com
mon; you don't bolioro it.
Try otto tablet let it dis
snlvo iu tho mouth.
HKLIKK OK I'AIN.
In all paiuful throat di.un?es,
such a (onsilitis ami quinsy,
TiinoAT Com out gives relief
beyond your expectation.
Many troublesome throat
disorders nro kept up by in
cessant "clearing of tho
throat "or by coughing. Tho
rest that Tiiiioat Comiout
gives, in such cases, is all that
is needed to let tho throat got
Thoro is no harm in any
amount of it. It will not oven
upset tho stomach, unless
KiS The Automatic Pkaij Rkwxio Maciitxk with
tho Latest Modorn Attaelimonts suitablo for Ijiyht and
Heavy Work. To Purchaser: Instnictions iu Arisonc,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy Embroidery "Work will l)e given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking' water should he boiled and filtered.
The Oxia' Hkltadlk Watkh Filth k is the Slack k
BroWnlOW. They are innde on scientific principles. Thuy
are accessible iu all parts and can bo readily denied.
PACIFIC HARD WAKE CO., LT)
CONNER FOKT & M13U011ANT STIIBKTS.
Will bo made to keep
excellent time if left
for thr o days with
Ji1 Allium & (Jo., tho
Well-known and Reli
able Watch Makois.
If satisfaction is not
given your inonoy will
be refunded in full.
FAKRER & CO.,
4 13 ifort Street,
The Daily Bulletin, 50 cents ver
month, delivered by carrier,
COLD IN THK UK AD.
At tho beginning of a
cold, when you 'have tho
chilly leeling, n tablet every
ten or fifteen minutes will
generally prevent tho cold.
It is a tonic for tho
M munch as well as for tho
i. II. Kcrr
in tho only
m:m in Ho
t h m
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
ALL I'UltSONB INTKN11INQ TO
take ia-rinnn on tliu i-tMiuers "Ki
nau" and "Oi.ai'Mnk" from Homdula are
lierebv reiiiestud to p'lrcliUHo tickets at
the Ciunpany'H Ullko before oinbarklnu'i
nud iiuy imssut;er falling lo do so will bo
subject to pny twuut)-liv )ercent of the
reuuhr (are In addition thereto. This rule
wdl be strictly enforced from and after
January 1, IS'.IJ. For the convoulonce of
imtbtmiiora the W'linrf OIIIco will be open
for the sale of tickets on the altemoons of
the day of snillni: of the steamers 'Ki.nau"
WILDKIt'S 8TKAMBHU' CO.
Honolulu. Dec. U, IhUI. 1205-lm
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A BI'KOIAL MKKTINQ OK WU
iif.k'h SrKAHHiiu Comi'amy, Limited,
hold at their Olllce, In this City, December
1. Ihill, the following (leulleiueii were
elected (is Directors of the Company for
the insulni,' year:
wji. a. inwiN,
W.M. K. ALLKN.
WM. 0. WILDKIt.
UKO. 0. UKUKLKV.
The abovo named Ocntlutnen together
with the President, Vice President, and
Secretary mid Treasurer of the Company,
ronstlititu the Hoard of Directors.
lajl-lm S. U, KOSK, Secretary.
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