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Holders of water privileges, or those
jmylng water ratos, are hereby noiilicil
that the hours fur irrigation purposes aro
from 7 to U o'clock a. m., ninl G to 0
o'clock p.m. A. DROWN,
Huiierltitondent Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of thu Interior.
Honolulu, May '25, lbUl. 1183-tf
m gnUjj JUn.
fledged lu neither iSrci nur flirt,
But MitablUhrd for the Benefit of AH.
MONDAY, JAN. 7, las-5
ANOTHEH JAVANESE STKIKE
Tlireo Hundred Contract Luuorurs
March to '1 own trom iwii.
It was rumored iu town Sunday
that there was a big strike of Japa
nese at Ewa plantation, and follow
ing so elosol,) " thu lvahiiku strike
tho nous caused considerable con
cur n. W.J. Lowrio, manager of tho
plantation, came lo lou by tins
morning's train, to obtain ollicial
authority or heading oil' tho strik
ers. Last Saturday two .out of three
Japanese laborer?, arrested ou tho
plantation lor gambling, were lined
JlU each. With a baud of sympa
thizers tho convicted gamblers went
about threatening death to their
fellow-laborers who would not quit
work and march with Ihutn to llouo
lulu. Thoy wero only too sueuoss
ful and at muiuight Sunday uigUt
three hundred ol tho Japanese start
ed for thu nineteen miles march to
thu city. Half a dozen of them
grow weary ou reaching Moaualun,
and taking thu train tliero arrived
thu same time as Mr. Low-riu.
Mr. Nakayama, liispector-Uenoral
of Japanese immigrants, who return
ed from Japau by lust steamer, svus
seen by Mr. Lowno ami, meeting
tho laborers, ordered them to returu
by thu road ami inform the main
body of strikers that if they came
tutu town they would bu put in' jail.
Mr. Narita, acting Uonsul-Ueuoral,
later approod ol this order. The
men started oil', but had not far to
go, as the main body was met at
Chester A. Doyle, the Japanese in
terpreter, informed the blnkora of
the order that had been issued,
placing it before thum in an em
phatic mannur. The ringleaders
agreeil to tho order, only stipulating
that throo delegates of thuirs bu al
lowed to lay thuir griuvanco before
tho Inspector and thu CoubuI.
Shortly beforu noon a Dl'llutin
reporter drove out to see if tho or
der was being obeyed. The striker
wero halted all along tho road from
King street bridge outward. As tho
bridge is under guard on account ol
tho revolution, tho strikers could
not get into town without lighting
for a passage.
LOCAL AKI3 Ui-.wK.UAi. tfi-Wt.
There will he no baud concert this
All the stores and saloons in town
wore closed to-day.
Theru will bo no meeting of tho
Lei Uima Club this evening.
Tho Holomua will uot bo issued
to day, thu printers being other wise
H. Williams and W. Lylo won tho
double pair-oaied boat racu ou Satur
Tho monthly meeting of tho Pio
neer Building ami Loan Association,
advertised for this evening, is post
poned until further notice.
Mechanics' Ilomu, corner Hotel
and Nuuatiu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Turms: 2f aud M)
cunts per night; $1 aud J 1.25 per
Any person desiring a good Japa
nese man or boy to work at very low
wages will ploaso call on T. D. Uar
vin, corner of Richards aud King
J. W. Chapman, tho well known
caterer, leaves the employ of tho
Hawaiian Hotel to-day. As iu the
past Mr. Chapman will continue to
cuter lo tho Honolulu public.
J. W. Chapman, the well-known
caterer, is now opeii for engage
ments for baucpiets, weddings, balls,
dinner parties, garden parties, etc.
Address him caro of Jiij.i.ETiN ollico.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ maker and timer, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same an done
11. G. Biart has removed from
King street to thu store of Chris
Gurtz, Fort street. There ho will
repair watches and make souvenir
spoons ami jowolry of ovury descrip
tion. Having been the practical
watchmaker for Weuuor A: Co. leu
years, he needs no pulling.
Au Old Soldier's Kecoinmondution.
Iu thu lato war I was a soldier in
thu First Maryland Volunteers,
Company G. During my term of
service 1 contracted chronic diar
rhoia. Smcu then 1 have used a
great amount of uiediuiue, but when
l found any that would give me re
lief it would injure my stomach,
until Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy was brought
to my notice. 1 used it aud will say
it is tho only remedy that gave mo
permanent relief aud no bad results
follow. 1 taku pleasure hi recom
mending this preparation to all of
my old comrades, who, whilo giving
their services to their country, con
tracted this dreadful disease as 1
did, from eating unwholesome mid
uncooked food. Yours truly, A. E.
Bk.nuino, Halsoy, Orogon, For Halo
by all dealers. liuiiBon, Smith & Co.,
Agents for thu Hawaiian Islands.
Scxnw, Jan. (J.
8tmr Mlknhala from Kauai
Htinr Claitiline from Maul
btmr Walalcalo from Kauai
Onrgoos from iBlaud Porta.
Btmr OIaudlno-3SU lings sugar, 30(1 bags
po'atocs, 1!I bags corn, 61 hogi, 7f
pkgs Mlliilrlei and I horse.
Stinr Waialeale 1171 bags sugar, 20 head
Htmr Mlkahnla-5'210 bugs nugar, 73 bdU
li ilo.i, (i hi'tul cuttle, U I pkgs sundries.
Krom Maul per stmr Clandlne, Jail U
J h Ha- kfold, l I, Carter, II 1' lliildwln
Mls I. Wllu M-ss B Wight, A I) Berlin
geour, A N lliititrldeti, Antuue M adult us,
Mlfj Hwkwlth Mbvt llrewcr, Mrs Van Val
kunberg. Mrs 1) (.'enter aud chid, J H
Wodehoure, wifo, child and eurvMi, Kroil
Alpxaiidt-r, Mim Klmlng, Miss Bears, Miss
Dice, T AkatiAhlld, All Chow, l.co Ben
Akluil, Master Noah Alull, Mas'cr Good
ness. Mrs Kahananui, A Hocking and 3T
From Kiuinl p-r tmr Mlkahala, Jan 0
W H Kite, Mis M It ce, Miss A Rice. H
Miirrisou, Miss A F.wurt, (' Kwart, 1'aul
.Si'iinuiiiM, a. II (Unnicfinl, J Clark, C I.
Ilrlto. Miss K Wilcox, Miss A Wilcox,
Master It Wilcox Miss McKlnlov, l)r
Walters, Miss I. I.ludsiy, W H KrtiMj.
Miss A illnckstreacht, Miss A Isutibi'iv, W
Dicksuii, Muster Cbas Rich, Master A ltW,
Master II lllcc. Mm I. Ktlilbaum, Chas
Nauuiau utid wife. II Bcgelkeu, 11 Keay,
Miss It Herbert, Master K Anderson, Mas
ter 0 Anderson, J M Robert-ion, I China
man, 1 Jap and U deck.
From Hoiiiikaa por stmr Walaleale, Jnn
li -I) A McDougall, Mrs H Klckard. and 10
At'KltilACH -In Hoiio'ulu, on thellthof
January, IS'.i") to the wife of itudolpli
I. Aue bach, a sou.
struck my store (hiring
December. It was a
strong, vigorous, full
grown affair, and had no
respect for other people'H
lieilll'TS. It WOllKl PUHII 1 , . ,, .. , ,
its way in through the P,e m authority are just a ht
iVont door rummnge tie Peoria, if on the other
anioiiir mv choice iroods. I hand, they are broad and
tear down, pick to pieces,
gi'owl at everything ex
cept the quality and price,
buy a paper of I'ins or a
Sillc Dress, go out and
5- . . - ' 1
come bade 111 a snort
time reiiifoiced by neigh-
month has niadf me gray
ltikfstiwk itur littln ii tk1
UL'lllU III) HUH") UIU
standing in the middle of
the store at 12 p. m. on
December ai, lsi)l, 1
was glad to say "l'au."
Peel somewhat 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. Jn my
lca-e it means everything.
J h -ve a large assortment
of goods on hand that 1
miiht get rid
the return of next Aus
tralia. 1 must have shell
room and to get it I am
prepared to make 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
Hats 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
goodt, at 50c on the 81.
We can't keep it up long,
but will endeavor to sat
isfy everybody as long
as the tJats and Feathers
last. And remember that
you get two dollars'
worth for one of King
Kalakaua's silver cart
wheels. 'J hat Tireless Toikr,
,J. J. IUGAN,
CM Fort Street.
Coiltc'or - and - Real Estate
Houses Kontu'l, Hen's Collected.
( llllce: Uuiiiiuliis' Itlnck, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU OhlOKET OLUU.
'PHK ANNUAL MIIKTINO OK TrtK
KVKNINO N15XT, Junuury 8tli, at 7:30
o'clock, ut tliu Arlington lintel, KIiil
btreot. J. 1, AUKllllAOll,
AN ADJOUKNKI) ANNUAL MEET
liiK ol ihu lioaid of Trustees of tlio
Uo.soLi'i.u 8ah (ins1 Homk. Soi'ii:rv will be
held at thu i'iioiii of tint t.'haiuberof t'oui
iiierceou -MONDAY, thu Tth day of Junu
ury, ut 10:o0 o'clock a m. I'or order.
a A. PCtlAKrKJl, oeo y.
Honolulu, Jan. 'J, lb'X.
A SPECIAL MEETINO nc tiik IIOAUD
of Tru.ttea of the (iikkn'b Hohi'ITAI.
will bo held nt tlio Kooin of tho Chamber
of Commurco on WEDNESDAY, thulHIi
day of January, at 1030 o'clock a m, I'or
order, K. A. SOU AE1" Kit, Beo'y.
Honolulu, Jun. 7, Jb'J5. VSSl-'it
If your subscription has expired now
($ a good lime to renew it.
December 29, 1S94.
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
comes 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
finer 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
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-
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
I, I !..! 1. .! 'i
wcu J"ow lu Wc who v,mi
the Pl:lce but tlie 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 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 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.
Ik Hawaiian Hardware Co. Mi
a Lifetime !
Tho opportunity comes to n
11111 ti to do himself good,
once iu a lifetime. That
once Is now at your coin
iimnd. Wo have just re
ceived a complete stock of
This line of record beaters
we arc selling ut
S5.00 per Pair
pries never dreamed of he
fore iu this country. . .
Wo urc after the men's frlioo
trade and we are going to
Do You Smoke?
If you do, yi i want tho m"1 yo'.r
ii one, will 'my I Iiiivm Jum re
celvtd a choice In vole of t 'e Illicit
which xill from & eeiit up o 5
cnlM Wlille ninny otli- prefer
Manlln Clarn. I 'li-vo fur thflr
benefit a very choice ncl. ci'on of
a'l the bent kn wn lir.-iuU of
Kortlmvi who don't smoke clours
Ii t ' hU the pipe," 1 linvii a line
Merscbam nnd hri.ir Wood Pipes,
Al o 'orn Cobs, Etc., E'c.
TOBACCO and CIGARETTES
SnioMiikiih! i !hewtin: Tobacco mid
til- favorite hramlaof I liarettes are
Hi o kept on linnd III tact an
tbii'K in the i it of tmi'ikcr'H re
in scan be found ill .lie
H. J. Noiri:, l'rop,
Drawing aud Painting
D Howai'd Hitchcock
CLASS DAYS, KATES, ETC.
Tuesday uud Wednesday nfteriivoiii) or
Tuesday uud W'edne-day morninc;, or
Every u't'-rnutu .Saturday iiftern .on.
('ritirlius will be nlven twice a week In
The Cliibrt Knoio1 will he open from M a.
m. to i noon for uioruliu; el-imun; from I
to.0i' m for afti rn .on ela-buj.
DrawliiK Class, per month $ Htm
" ' S iir'e 1,11-Hon 1 li
i'aiutlii Class, pi r month It) OU
" " Sinylo l,n-Miu .. ' (0
HI etch C'uh, free lo regular class
pupllH, lo ollu rs 1 Ml
ror Snecliil in'es for l'rivatu l'unlls
ami lo tluii-cdcslrhi; dull) study at i-um
room. l'J ll-lf
Building and Loan Association,
rpilE ItlMUhAlt MONTHLY MI'.KT
X inu will lai held at thu Chamber of
Commerce on MONDAY EVEN I NO, Jai.
7, lsll'i, nt 7:.'I0 o'clock.
ttf I'liyiuiiiits nrc required in (lold,
A. V. OKA It,
L io ie' at tiTliilllllB of
Q E. IK) MM) MAN.
HOOMS AND UUAKU.
ROOMS AND HOMtl) h.
lor u fw persons can be X-jJa'.aZ
had ut Ilanlwul, ou the Wul lii3
Ukt beiicli. VL'fitiXB
V. 8 HAKTI.KI-r.
rpilHHK N10U 1.0TB AT . ..
J Mukllil nt a ll..r(,'sii. fev'slii.
Wxlfti.-uuli. Will sell either i.tiftvS.
au a whole or buparatidy UfcaSUMll
CiiiiiinliM Jlloel;, Merchant St.eet.
'plIOSIS D1J8 ItAHI.R
A iiruiii'se Hltii'te ou thu
t-ust nl'ie uf lliti old Mikki
nlayiiiiiuud. foiinerly orcu-
nied bv A (lartcnburir. hbii 'I ho build
inns aro modern uud commodious and tho
spacloua Krounus uro IkPI out lu iriillauil
oriameiitl t eu. Easy terms to n deblrii-
uio tenant, i'or furiuer particulars please,
Too High !
Sn Says Uih Uninitiated
Do Not Be Deceived 1
Do Not receive Yourself 1
.ViiA-i" honest cortjnron.t iof
bHtvren St. 1'HcTsburg and Hono
lulu, but brtwit-n our price and
prievs prevailini) in olhrr establish
nuntx II Ell I'., We are selling
a low as $12 per dozen. Think
of ill filfora Solid Tea Spoon
of flood weight and size; heavier
patterns al the same low rate per
ounce. We, further emjrave ini
tials free n charge on all our Sil
ver Ware; thus saving you many
more dollars, and still further re
ducing lite cost of our silver lo you
over fifteen patterns to choose
We arc selling Sterling Silver
Cuff Links for 75a. and $1 pel srt;
aud yet have never bragged about
it; while the quality of our goods
has steadily QQNli Ul, our
prices have constantly GONJ'J
The. volume of business done
daily in our Store, is proof of the,
appreciation held by the. general
public of our immense ytock; of the
newness of everything in it; of the
ease with which your wants van be
supplied. There is no need calling
your attention to TIIK QUALITY
of our Silver people know a good
thing when they see it, and you
know we liny only the best.
H. F. WiCBMAN,
,4 mfGW" -' 'Ti!- 4
iSi l-Bi ;'-ii
O, , 6
r 1 ,w
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Sneciitl Ihictort fur ('tannic,
I'l tiote (iiulunstintj
I)r Mobil's Invlitorator tlio greatest ro
medy for Hemlmil Weakness, Loss of Man
hooif anil I'rivitte Diseases, overcomes I're
luatureiiess uud prepares all for murriiiKU
llle's duties. pleasurcH and respuiiHibilitles;
II trial bottle (,'lven or font frco to any ono
dencrlblin; symptoms: call or address 100
deary Ut., private entrance Vfl Mason Bt.,
Ban Francisco. 1113-33 ly
THROAT . COMFORT
Nothing horotoforo known is
anything liku so tipoful.
Fow aro so frco from catarrh
and othur atToctions thai touch
tho throat as to havo no nuotl
of roliof from "tickling" or
"dryness" or "rawness" or
"irritation" or "inll.immation"
of tho throat, or to havo no
need of help iu tlio nso of tho
voice, as in talking or reading
aloud or singing.
It Kives the throat rest.
Eolt SHAKERS AND
81 NO Km 3.
Tiihoat Comi'oiit will givo
j'ou such voice as in not lo
bo got in any other way.
Such statements aro com
mon j 3'ou don't holiovo it.
Try ono tahlot lot it dissolve-
in tlio mouth.
ItKI.IKK OK PAIN.
In all painful throat diseases,
such as tonsilitis and quinsy,
Throat Comfort gives relief
beyond your expectation.
Many troublesome throat
disorders aro kept up by in
cessant "clearing of tho
throat "or by coughing. Tho
rest that. Throat Comfort
gives, in such cases, is all that
is needed to let tho throat get
There is no harm iu auy
amount of il. It will not even
upset tho stomach, unless
Now and . .
Cheap in . .
by going to
j.."1' i : ' - .v - i- - "i"
iUnUL!.) w i rSi'tmW
S5 The Automatic
jm I HB9I "wx I A vntin IwHU
tho Liitest Modern AttuchmentH suitable) for Light ami
Heavy Work. To Pin chasers: IiiBtruetions in Arisene,
Tinsel, Schnelle and Fancy Hliiihroidery Work will lie givou.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should ho boiled and filtured.
Tho Only Kkliaulk Watkh Filtkii is the Slack &
Browolow. They are mule on scientWie prineiples. Thoy
are accessible in all parts and can be readily denied.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., VD
CORNER FORT & MERCHANT STREETS.
COM) IN THE HEAD.
At tho beginning of a
cold, whon you havo tho
chilly feoling, a tablet every
ton or fi ft oon minutes will
generally' prevent tho cold.
It is a tonic for tho
stomach as well as for the
1112 HAS KIKHSIVBD EX d. s. "AUSTRALIA"
A SPLENDID LOT CS
Worsteds and Tweeds
AND A LAUGE ASSORTMENT OF
EVERY LINE OF :::::::
TAJ LO LUNG GOODS
Call and examine goods aud prices beforu you
OO I'AIUUUIl AND FARE WORSE. You kuOW tho plftCOI
S. ROTH j Tailor.
Block, Fort and Mirclunt Sis.
u B. Kerr
is the only
iiian in Ho
Pkahl Skwnio Maciiink with
.-',--. 'i iik
l? l' "a