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Holders of water privileges, or those
paying wator rates, arc hereby notl licit
that the hours fur Irrigation purposes are
from 7 to 8 o'clock . M., ami 6 to 0
o'clock p.m. A. IMtOWN,
Buiierlutciiilciit Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, May 25, 181)1. 118.1-tf
I'lfdaal to wither Sect noi fui iy ,
But Established tor the btnufil oj .,111.
SATUUDAY, JAN. 5, 18S-5
Iu this issue will bo found n local
article from lliuSau Francisco Chro
nicln, upon tho cheapening of elec
tric power and light. It is interest
ing to learn that, once the lirst cost
is covered, underground conductors
produce current cheaper thau aerial
wires, men just tiiuiK oi ino groat
advantages gained by the public
such as the removal of cumbrous
poles, the prevention of danger from
wires falling on telephone wires, the
removal of one of the greatest
sources of peril at lire", etc. The
article is commended to the atten
tion of the Government aud the
local electric light compan
"Canadian Annexation" from the
San Francisco Chronicle, reprinted
iu this issue, is significant of the
swing of American public opinion.
The Chronicle is one of the greatest
Uritish-liating journals in the United
States, jet it realizes the crass folly
of the Now Hampshire Senator, who
has introduced a resolution inviting
Canada to denationalize herself. It
appears to recognize that nothing
would bo more contrary to the
genius of the American nation than
to have a people made part and par
col of it without their voluntary do
sire to that end having lirst been ex
pressed. Aud this Uovuriiinout and
its supporters may as well realise,
lirst as last, that no party in the
Uuited Status will eer take the
responsibility of admitting Hawaii
into the Union until niF. ii.oile oi
the Hawaiian Islands have by a
majority expression intimated their
desire to have that event consum
mated. So long as eery mail that
goes forth from Honolulu to the
United Slates tells of the Govern
ment's having to be sustained by a
military prop away out of propor
tion to the population; of the ap
parent necessity for maintaining an
enormous syhlem of espionage to
watch against assaults upon the
Government; of arrests for treason
and conspiracy; of the searching of
domiciles for arms and ammuni
tion; of the refusal of the right
of freemen to owu arms; of the
provoution of the people's assem
blage without arms, aud of periodic
rumors of revolt against the Govern
meiit and its professed object of annotation-
so long will each great
party iu the United States light shy
of annexation. Mr. llartwell prob
ably knows this as well as anybody,
from his knowledge as an American
aud a thinker of his owu country
aud its fundamental doctrines, and
he must bo credited with a faith
that would attempt to remove
mountains when, in his article for
this day's mail, he makes a special
appeal to the United Slates to take
these islands because she needs
them, or may be sorry in the future
that she has not taken them when
another power may compel her to
employ stern measures to prevent
the interference that, it is certain,
she will never brook in this group,
annexation or no annexation. Union
with the groat American Com
monwealth is undoubtedly the
manifest destiny of these isl
anils. They must eventually fall un
der the domination of somo great
power, their position being of vastly
greater importance thau their value
any otherwise, although their re
sources of wealth are not to be do
spisod as an acquisition by even the
greatest nation. "Union" would be
a better watchword for the cause
than "annexation." The former
means voluntary desire on this side,
while the latter implies an idea of
conquest which is repugnant to
American ideas, on thu one hand,
aud repulsive to Hawaiian patriot
ism on the other. First among the
means to bring about the consum
mation is conciliation of the native
Hawaiiaus, and thu placing of the
whole question boforo them candid
ly, simply, aud kindly. Such a po
licy at thu outset, instead of that
of studied irritation, would be found
to-day to have been far more avail
ing at Washington thau all the
commissioners sent there to add
weariness to thu livoB of members
of the Executive and of Congress
already burdened beyond ondurauce
by thu importunities of both great
aud small fry of their fellow-oitizeus
at homo who regard the Capitol as
either the source of life or thu gold
mine to be exploited for quick fortunes,
IjAND DAY AT MORGAN'S.
Soino Important TrtiiiBfors of Roal '
Estate aud Stocks.
It was laud day at Morgau's auc
tion room to-day. At noon qttitu a
urowa assoinuioti, as bargains woro
expected. The first piece sold was
tho lease of the beach lot at Waikiki '
ntinr Mill iiatfttillmi tf HMwia Wriirlif I
The lease is for twenty years from
July 2J at an annual rental of $155. i
It was sold to J. McChesnoy forJ'-JlU i " l i'' nuuwiu juwih u
l,Fivo shares of stock in the Waia- il " wllich should receive
uao Sugar l'lautatiou wore bought tie favorable consideration of
by J. M. Dowsott at f lo5 a share.
Tho par value is $100. the government because it is
The rer idonco on Fort street tin-. f . . , , ,,
der lease to Mrs. Tumor, who is Of interest to CVeiy 0I1C. It
paying $18 a month for it, was next ,,,. j- ,,ji i 41, i 1
.ut up. it is ij feet on Fort street. coles directly under the head
107 feet deep and 77 feet at the roar. nf imnrnvtMiiPnis -mil -i iviifinn
The lease expires on Juno 1, I8SC1. 0I ""'P'OVUlieillJ. JIIU .1 pcHUOH
The residence was sold to A. M. L. (0 Aillister Killl WOllld prob
for J2.sr,0. & '
The sale of the lots at Palatna aud ably have II IS approval Wlieil it
those at Kalihi adjoining thu Cum- , , , , ,
tilings premises was postponed.
THAT LATEST SCARE.
Another Nntlvo 1'ut in Durance
Criminating Proporty Found.
Senior Captain Parker made an
other arrest .yesterday evening in
connection with the alleged uprising
of Thursday night. A native named
Kawika was tho man. Kawika was
doing sentry duty at tho meeting.
it is claimed mat no lias "squealed'
and given everything away. There
was to be a revolution, it is said, but
where tho arms wore to come from
was a mystery. A horse, a saddle
aud a man s straw hat woro found ,
in a grove of kiawes At Kakaako, aud
Kawika lias given away the name of
tho owner. Captain Parker sent for
tho man this morning and hold him .
iu custody. '
There are now six natives and one 1
foreigner hold for the alleged at- '
tempted revolution but only held for
investigation Captain Parker stated
this morning that other arrests
would be made during the day.
struck my (.tore during .
UCCClllUCr. It WSM it
strong, vigorous, full
grown affair, and had no
respect for other people's
fi clings. It would push
its way in through the
front door rummage
among my choice goods,
tear down, pick to pieces,
growl at everything ex
cent the ntiahtv and price.
buy a paper of Pins cr a '
Silk Dress, jfo out and ,
come back in a short
time reinforced by neigh
boring cyclones. Thin
month I uk
in the middle of
the store at ILJ r. m. on
December JJI, 1)1, I
was glad to say "Pan."
Feel bomewhat better this
week and have arrived at
the conclusion that 1 will
hold my Annual Clear
ance Sale. Now a clear
ance sale may mean noth
ing or everything. In my
lease it means everything.
I hive a large assortment
of roodcs on hand that 1
must get rid
the return of next Aus
tralia. 1 must have shelf
room and to get it I am
prepared to make a sacri
licc. Everything must
be sold. Now each week
I am going to offer some
thing special, this time it
is millinery. Nowhere
in Honolulu can you buy
lJats and all the attach
ments thereto for the next
wc k as cheap as at
ISgan's. No other house
in the city can sell these
goods at 50c on the SI.
We can'r, keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody sis long
as the Uats and Feathers
Itibt. And remember that
you tret two dollars'
worth for one
Kalakaua s silver cart
.1. J. KUAN,
Hit Fort street.
AON'i: UNDIV1DKI) TWENTIKni
share in ihu Aliupuua of Houoktiu
gltuittu In South Konn, 11 -wall, ccntaluln
an tireu of IJ-VTH Acres, uml being Apmiu I)
of It. I'. 0S37, I-. C. A. 77ia. Thoro uro a.'S
II ID Aer h to every xharti. Tills land ad
joins Kalalilkl on thu South nml U a vnlti
ublo iiroimriy. A uotxl deal of it Is unit
nblo lor t'ollce, Hud tlie bnlu cn for pustur
ul'Ii It lies nenr Hookumt ntudlni;. l'rho
SlU. Titld perfect, wnirauty deed, no
kiiowlcdKud mid stomped, Riven to pur
chitbor. l'or further tuiitlculars nmdy to
J. Af. AIMNSAHUaV.
Honolulu, January 1. 1MH. l'-MS-U
HONOLULU OBIOKET OLUU
riiJIK ANNUAL AIKKHNO OF THK
1 ulmvo Club will boh-hl on TUKBDAY
KVKNINO. NKXT, January 8th, ut 7;ao
o'clock, ut tho Arlington Hotel. Kliif
btteet. It. 1, AUKItlJAUH,
If your subscription hat expired now
ii a gooii lime to renew it.
December 2tj, 1S04.
The movement to widen Be-
retlllliil Street from Plllichbowl
.M. , , M .
Wiio uiuujjni iq iui Lunaiuti-
, ation. There are not many
, liner drives than on Beretania
1 street from Punahou street to
1 Punchbowl street, but there the
lc- r- 1 im w nn r rr ii r sm .i
squeeze bePillS and tllC good
road Ceases. To widen the
... , , , , -,
' Street WOllld not benefit ail)'
one man or set of men, the
benefit would be to the masses.
G00tl roads are as IIIUCll ail ad-
vertlseillCIlt for a Community
., . , ...
as anything else, Visitors are
-n.. .,.,,,! .,. .,,,,., .. ,..,iu..
influenced one way or another
w i1fl nl.n;iim iWivpH from 1
DJ llle Pkasllle UC"ea MOI11 a
unve wirougii a cny; 11 me
streets are nairowand the roads
poor they are apt to say the peo
ple in authority are "just a lit
if on the other
are broad and
smoolh the soons :lre said (o
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
well known to people who visit
the place, but the acquaintance
mnv lv OrviKrllifwd hv vvidpn-
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
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 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 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 size and
finish tub you want from us.
We are in the line of ad
vancement in Western Civili
zation, and as the town fills up
with strangers, we must expect
to find among new ai rivals
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 Co. Ltd.
By Jab. F. Morgan.
LAND AT AUCTION.
ON MONDAY, JANUARY 7, IS!3,
At 1'J o'clock noon,
At tho Auction ltooni" of Jn. !' Morgan,
will bp dolil, thorn lrciulp nt Knillim
kn tl II, Hcmuhi'ii, Unhu, nml mnro urti
cufitrly (toicrllifd in deed of William U.
Ai'hi to Ann Momoim Knnmi ct id, I'ntfl
1st April, KM), nml n-conlcl in l.lherlis,
ii.iku 173, containing mi Area ot l!'.y Miunrc
feet, toguthpr with Three llnllilliif! there
on Tlieo I'reinlses Rhi' to hovers n very
trooil Investment af er very little repairs to
Tit e jicrfcet.
gW For further pari lenlaM nntilv to
A. I' I'KrKllSoNiiml
WIM.IA.M 0 ACIII,
Attornc for tho owners.
Honolulu, Deo ir, Iv9l.
AINA MA KE KUDA1.A.
MA KA I'OAKAHI. IANI'ARI 7, 1WC,
Mil kn Horn 1- unnken,
K kuiil In nku mm iim k Kutlnln nken, tint
kn Ktiinl Ktiilnln o .ln. V. Morpnn, keln
iiuiu Aimtin A 1 11a e wnlho 'n inn Kntiiiin
kiinlll, Honolulu, O.ihu, n I honknkit In tut
iiitlettn inn kn lfnlnnln Kttnl n Wllllnni
(. Achl In Ann Moinoiin Kmnni inn, I
hnnnln inn kn In I o Aioriln, lS-ii, a kopeln
inn kn llukoli.S, ttono 17.1, n tun In Ainu lie
U.r!2 knpitnl 111, me tin llnle hoi 1- kolu u
kn In innltttin o kn ultin.
K lonn nun I kn men knnl nml he tikn-ntn-e
innlknl no ). ilnln iiih1iom o kn
linna lion nun lin I nie
He iiinlkul k kulitnn
CW N1 na fnerfl koe, p nltintl In
A V I KrKRSONniiin
WM I.IAM l. A0H1,
I-lo no t it ottH o kit ii tin.
llot.oliilti, Dec '.II. lS'll. I '' 1 -1
a Lifetime !
Tin opportunity I'tnnt'H tt u
imm to do liiniM'lf gootl,
unco in n lifctiino. 'l'linl
once is now nt your coin
niiintl. Wo linvn jtiit ro
coixi'il n com plclu clock of
, Waukenphast Shoes
TIiim line if ri'conl IkmIitx
we nre tsillint; .it
S5.00 per Pair
lincf iicvur tlriMini'tl of lio
fttro in thl.H iMiiintry. . .
Wo arc after I ho iiioii'h vwm
trntlo nml wo uro guiiin to
Do You Smoke?
If you do, o i aunt tbe ht-t iiur
n one) will I it) I have just re
relvxl u (holi'u Invoice of t"e llnest
which cell from .' 'cuts up o '5
cuts White itiMiiv I't-oiil. pre'er
Miiiilln Cu'iirc I It ve f r tb'dr
benellt n vry ebotre koIichoii of
ii'i me nesi n ivMi ur nus oi
Korllnn" who don't Hinnke clgitrs
b t ' hit tin p pe,' I lutve i line
M-nrsch nin and irUr Wnod Pipts,
AI o i orn t'olis, Ki., K c.
TnBACCO and CIGARETTES
Suiif ittj;a' dt In w tii'T ihaivn und
til- fnvoriloliriiiiilBiif U-'.tetteHiiii!
Hi o kepi on Ii mil In hcI hiii.
tlili K ill Ilie Ii i nl -in IterS ru
tin till- a etui be found m In
t rl S nel.
H. J. Noi.tk, I'rop. r.'.7 if
t Sl'KCIAI. ir.CTIS(l i.k Tin. IIOMtD
i t f Tnti-lies of tli- Iih-kn'm llnni'irAi.
will be held t the Hoiiiu ol ilui Cbinnber
nl Cotuuiercu on WKIIN lisl) Y, Ibolltli
dii) ol January, nl lOs'iu o'clock m. l'or
order, l A h'IIAi:M.lt heo'y
Hoinilulu, Jim. 7, lb'X l'.".'7-:it
.nm.NibHi.i) ii.ii sk
lo 'ei nt (rinlniis of
inituciiri, ivfi kiki ni
Api to ii
U K, HU tlllll AA,
1100M8 AND UOAltD.
I JIJU.MB ,.ij) 1IUAU11 t
a . iur ii lew per.'-oiiH I'un no -)m.i,i
Im.l nl 11.. .,!,... i ., !,.. u,.l. mzifrl
!' HV Itlll intlli Ull LI1U 11 ! UB
W. 8. IIAKTI.IJIT,
routine, sltuitu on tho
cast sV'e ol I lie old Alk kl
nlnyuitiuiul. furnterlv occu-
liled bv A (lurteiiberi. Ksu
'I lit) bit Id-
iiikb are tiioderii and coniinoilloiis and tho
spacious h'roiiiitlti tiro Inld out In fruit and
ornamental t em. Knsy terms to n desira
ble tenant, for further particulars pleaso
apply to UHUUK OAUTWUH1HT.
Too Hlh !
.S'i Snyx tlf UniniUuled
Do Not Be Deceived 1
Do Not fiecBivc Youiself I
Miih-f honnf eiiy,ii(irhnitiwl
b'lwmi St. I'llrrtliitry mill Hono
lulu, hut betuum our price and
prirr preiaHinij in other ettitblhlf
iii'iit llhUlli. We are selling
(is low fi.i -$12 pir doten. Think
of it! $loru Solid Tm Spoon
of flood weight und ntec; heavier
patterns at the, name low rate per
ounce. We further engrave inU
tlulu free of rharoe on nil our Sil
ver ICtirc; thnx mving jhh many
more dollar., aud tlill further re
dwing the cost of our nilver to you
over fifteen patterns to choline
We urc selling Sterling Silvrr
Cuff Links for 7oo. and $1 pet sit;
and yrt have never bragged about
it; while the quality of our goods
has shadily 00X1! UP, our
prices have constantly GONE
The, volume of busines dona
daily in our Store, is proof of the
appreciation held by the. general
public of our immnise ttock; of the
newness of rvrylhing in it; of the
rase with which your wants can be
supplied. There is no need Killing
your attention to Till-: QUA LIT)'
of our Silvrr people know a good
thini) when they see it, and you
knoii wi buy only the best.
H. F. WiGBMAN,
5 S 3 For r. S rpet
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Sjicclnt Hoclurt fur Chronic,
I'ruute (mil Wditimj
l)r I.Iebl(;'s Iiivitiorator tho (,'rentest ro
medy for Kciulmil Weiiknesu, l.ossot.Mnn.
hootf nml I'rlvnto Dlsmseit, overomues I'm.
tnaturonoss and prepares all for niarrlat;u
life's duties, pleauures and responsibilities;
$1 trial boltlu Klven or cent frto to any one
describing nyiiiptoiii8! cnll or address 100
Geary Bt., prlvnle entrance Idft Mason Bt.,
Ban Francisco. 111U-S3 ly
r . irliilTi
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P !ij Pi
Xntliitif! Iiorotoftiro known is
anything lilcu so tisufttl.
Fow aro so froo from catarrh
and ollinr niTuctions that touch
tho throat as to havo no nootl
of relief from "tickling" or
" ilrynoss " or " rawnoss " or
"irritation" or "inllnmtnation"
of thu throat, or to havo no
need of holp in thu ti'ooftlio
vnico, at in talking or road ing
aloud or flinging.
It Hives the Hiroat rust.
Kul! aiT.AKKKS AND
81 NO ID'S.
TintoAT CoMroRT will givo
you such voico as is not to
ho got in any othor way.
Such statoiiitints aro coin
nionj you don't liolinvo it.
Try ono tablet lot it dis
snlu) in tho mouth.
ltKI.IKK OK I'AIN.
Iu all painful throat disoasei,
such as tonsilitis and tpiiusy,
Throat Cosimhit givts relief
beyond your expectation.
Many troublesome throat
disorders aro kept up by in
cessant "clearing of tho
throat " or by coughing. Tho
rost that Throat Cojifort
gives, in such casus, is all that
is needed to let tho throat get
There is no harm iu any
amount of it. It will not oven
upset the stomach, unless
HOBRON DRUG CO.
Now and. .
Cheap in. .
by going to
'' T-WKJtV.li. "
K The Automatic Pkaul Pkwxio Mai'iiink with
tho LiitcHt lodeni Attach inentH Hiiitable for Light and
He.ivy Work To l'tu chasers: Instructions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy Embroidery AVork will he given.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and tiltered.
The Only JIkmahlk AVatku Fii.tku is the Slack &
Browulow. They are nndo on scientific principles. They
are accessible in all parts and can he readily clcmcd.
PAOIFJO HARDWARE CO., UD
I COKNEK FORT & MEIIOUANT STREETS.
COLD IN THK HDAD.
At tho beginning of a
cold, when you havo tho
chilly feeling, a tablet every
tun or fifteen minutes will
generally prevent tho cold.
if is a ton To for tho
stomach as well ns for tho
HE HAS RECEIVED EX S. S. "AUSTRALIA"
A SI'LENDID LOT OF
Worsteds and Tweeds i
AND A LA 1(0 K ASSOUTMENT OF
EVEUY LINE OF :::::::
Call and examine goods ami prices boforo you
(jo t'AiiTiiKit anu lAitK woiisi;. You know tho place:
S. ROTH II Tailor.
Cummins Block, Fort and Merclunt Sis.
i. B. Kerr
is tho only
man in Ho