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EVENING BULLETIN, DECEMBER 23, 1895.
In accordanco with Boctlon 1, Chapter
XXVI of tbe laws of 1830.
All persons holding wator privileges or
-those pajing water rates for the term end
ing Jun 30, 18JM3, will be tine and psyablo
at the office of tho Honolulu Water Works,
on the ltt day of January, 1890. All talcs
remaining unpaid for fifteen dajs after they
are due will lo Buhjoct to an additional 10
Rates nro payablo at tho ofllce of the
Water Works in the Kapuaiwu Building.
17914t Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
5l?t Evei)in$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY - DEO. 23, 1895.
TOO MUCH RANT.
Whatever credit muy bo duo to
tho customs ol.icii.ls and polico
(or tho captnro of tlio Henrirttn,
tin Advrtwr in its jubilntions
over tho event makes itaclf ridicu
lous seveial timos So funis this
paper is concerned it being in
cludod in ut least one roforeuco
of tho moruing imper there litis
never boen ony ntttmipt to show
sympathy with tho smugglers, nor
any dreiro evinced to .mtu the
Ooornment baflled in their pur
sut. News from tho port of do
pirtnro of the Uonrietta was
givon by this pnpor to the effect
that a customs ofiioinl was ngont
for the smugglers at this end, and
quite properly tbe Bulletin nrgued
that it wan duo to the Government
and its Huivunts to have tho mut
ter mvestigiitod. To omphnsizo
. tho necossity for an investigation
this paper mentioned a report
that whs current horo, to tho effect
that some of tbo rovenuo expedi
tions in quoat of smugglers
had beon misdirected by some
person or persons in tbo ring.
Cortain oircuuostances were mon
tionod in connection with tho ex
peditions which gavo some color
to the report, and by persons who
did not soem to bo in ommunica
tion with each other. It was real
ly doing a good service to the au
thorities to givo thorn tbo bint, so
that they might be on their guard
against any wrong information to
put thorn off the track. Tho Bul
letin is just as much gratified as
anybody ut tbo capture of tho
Henrietta, yot it is not going to
pntibQ tho officials hysterically in
tho manner of the Advertiser.
They have simply done their duty,
which officials are always expeot
ed to do. Even when thoy fail
ed to Hccomplish their objects
many timos previously, if thoy
did the boat they could they were
equally desorving of credit for
On the present occasion tbo
Advortisor commits tho folly
habitual to it, of uttering ranting
recriminations against previous
sets of oflioials, without indicating
a single occasion or incident to
vorify its loose assertions. It
stultifies itsolf by representing
previous failuros to absolutely ex
cludo opium as prima facie ovi
donco of official counivanco with
smuggling, and in tbo same breath
doolaring that "to obeck smug
gling is ono of tho hardost things
in tho woild," and that "ospooial
ly it is difficult to check on isl
iiijLMiiwijnjii..iLimLiLLini.iji mMjn ii iM "L11 L"-1 iiiiiiiiiwiwipTniTTTn
IlCUl-ICAII: i -. DELH.IOUSI rv DAIITVl ( A (
rko-TO SEtEiCICT Ji PACKED I M Vt.CVClAn0EANon 8
' fit '- '(tnfVlTt1 V!-i fA MTIMOtt CONTAIN MOKE fl
,L iMi'M H TliOStOrOTHIW ifiM
ands which havo so long n son
board as ours." It forgets bow it
usod to sbowor ridioulo on the
offorts of tbo authorities a few
years ago to capture opium
sohooners roported bb hovoring in ,
tho offing of differont islands tho j
howl it joined in raising over tbe t
exponso of chartering a stoniner j
to scour tbe coasts of islands to
windward. Yot that expedition
succooded in putting an ond to
tbo importation of opium by
speoial smuggling vossolsfor a long
time. Our contemporary, being
always eager to raiso tho parly
cry agiinst ovon tho 'most modor
ato criticism of tho independent
press, cannot complain if its own
party record is thrust in its face.
Suroly it does not forgot that tho
Worst opium donlinu scandals
evor attaching to officials bore
aroeo in the period from 1887 to
1800, when large quantities of
opium in tho custody of tho O v
crnmout under official holts and
bars disuipputrod and worn ro
plncod with rubbish. In truth,
tho Advertiser knows how to bowl
to perfection, rvhon anybody sny
"boo"' to any detail of administra
tion, boonusj its own rocord, as
well as that of its present con
ductors, sIiowb thit it has nevoi
recognized tbo difference between
indopuidout opposition to wens
uri'fl and disloyal opposition to
thoso at tho head of aif.iirs. At
every stage of its history when
tbo Advortisor was not living off
the troasury, that paper has boon
immoderate, unscrupulous, nbu
uivo, disloyal, and, lattorly, ovon
treasonable to tho govornment of
the day. It goes to opposite ox
tromos whon tho Govornmont is
supporting it, so that its ollicial
patrons aio often constrained to
cry, "Save us from our friends I"
. ASU HIS
km :. Louise :. Musin
Series of special concerts at
the Y. M. O. A. Hall, : : :
MONDAY AND THURSDAY
DECEMBER 23rd AND 26th, i95
l'llOOKAMME. I'akt I.
1 Sonato ((, major) for piano and Tlnlln....
OVIDE MUSIN, EDUAKDSOIIARF.
2 Aria from "Sicilian Vespers" Verdi
.. I a Minuet Castro
' b Etudo op. 2.1 No. 2 Rubinstein
4 Caprice on 2 Scotch melodies "Auld Rohln
Grey", Charlie is My Darling". .Musin
5 n Sousou . . . . Massenet
bOhe, Mama Tosti
ANNIE LOUISE MUSIN.
0 a "Evening Star" Taunhaucsor Wagner
7 Caprice Espaguel Moszlconski
8 Variations forHopranonithviolinobligato
ANNIE LOUISE MUSIN A OVIDE MUSIN.
Kcmembcr these dates, chaugo of program
Itcscrvcd scatstl, to boon sale this AFTEK
NOON at Hobron Drug Compauj's Store,
corner Fort and King streets. J8.-It
To ( wn
-: ON :-
A FEW ARTICLES SUITA
BLE FOR CHRISTMAS
In the first place we want it
distinctly understood that we
are " right in it with the best
of them " in a general assort
ment of holiday goods, and in
special lines that we lead as
usual. By the last Australia
we received a tine line of
goods especially adapted for
the holiday trade, selected to
suit the requirements of Hono
lulu people. Most of these
goods will be found to be both
useful and ornamental and
their pi ices are more than rea
sonable considering the high
quality of the articles. These
goods are now displayed on
our shelves and in our windows
and showcases, and it costs
ou nothing to examine them.
e will enumerate a lew ol
the useful articles suitable for
A fine assortment of BEAU
TIFUL ALUMINUM WARE,
handsomely engraved, com
prising hair brushes, mirrors,
cloth brushes, jewelry cases,
toilet table requisites, which
must be seen to be appreciated.
A full line of SOLID SILVER
WARE, among which may be
mentioned tilting water pitch
ers beautifully engraved and
ornamented, pretty pocket
flasks in new designs, superb
jewel cases, tea sets, milk
pitchers, sugar bowls, knives
and forks, toast racks and a
thousand and one other useful
articles in this useful and al
ways fashionable metal.
An elegant line of cut-glass
goods at prices so reasonable
that no one need use common
glass-ware any longer.
In plated wares we have re
ceived a big addition to our
already large stock in this line,
consisting of new designs in
tea sets, goblets, water pitch
ers, ice bowls, finger bowls
and such like.
Our variety of lamps and
lamp shades is simply bewild
ering. Come and see them
and we shall be sure to suit
you if you are looking for
something in that line.
Those elegant onyx tables
we have imported are a little
ahead of anything of the kind
ever seen here and they are not
so expensive as they look to
If you want to buy your boy
or girl a bicycle for Christmas,
we have a number on hand
which will suit any boy or
girl in Honolulu without tak
ing every dollar the parents
decided to spend on Christ
mas. Call and examine the many
beautiful, useful and econo
mical goods we haye on hand
suitable for presents. You
will be sure to see something
that will strike your fancy.
FOR SALE ONLY BY
ft Hwafltn Bwfaraw Ci ML
(Copied from Urn Women's Hpcclnl lMlllnn of
A Merry Christmas
To All Honolulu !
lour ddfirnit, .V,tA7H C.AVS." reretttil
a very cordial Imitation frtmi the Jlutlneu
Manager nf thr "TKwieV' Ctriitma Ahih
btr to add hi mite to the Klntlergarten
Fnnd by jnDtfiatlHgatvinmnofqHtce.for
uhlch njijm tunlty he It only too grateful.
li'ow let ne tee. What good ueecan ImaXe of
Ah, ha hat Ha ha hall I know! Hnowll
I will chatter a ti alii from the OahuJlall
tray and Ixtnd Comtiany, and have a grand
EXCURSION to WAt.W.iE cm L'hritU
man Day. T WW the "Xrie Occl
iltiitiil" Jlutel kmirr it miprlv iMity. J
am to tickled oier the enterjirUe he has tunm
that I trill txty them myulffiir evety lunch
net i tee on Chrttlma.
Walanae fhh make the Unt rhoirdrr to be found
In the telde, wide tcorld. Vomeone, come
all! ami Miiqile at my tximmf the thllcloui
choinlcr at Walanae.
Who payn for the COmf'r tide by rail' Why.
da ofiftmnr And m !,' if"1 HVy,
thci'iilc ahouo fill ;iw me jl.73 Jor nnt
rtiHiuttiti) ttckit, and! trill tilrc telth each
tltkit a t luck for a J-JtM XMi l.LWCJf.
Vhl tun 1 going to (hi tiilli Iht mnnni I
gel for the Itckclut l'topk my I Itttir
tto life for wuueif. jVo tmofor money
Well, I like Hint ! Amdefrom the toyt
that liiimj to the ttenr children of nil
ttijc no much Jin, how tin then think
i ninitnije to fill tu mnny ortlen for
"meet charily t" Verhtipt it utter
occurred to them Ihnl I frequently
title n hnntl in myintj off church ilchls
or nujipliiiun fiittth to littiltl neir ono
,IukI noti, I propone lo ghe the tjnod
Methoditt people a helping hautl in
their ejjort In renra home of nortliip
dec from tleld. Hut mice the dear
people are to ttiuiout lo innir Wm(
il i going to tin v ilh the dollar and
reitiityjiit centit 1 hate atLed each
one lo pnifnr a delightful ride through
n hennlijul country villi charming
ecenery, a free Imlh and n good lunch,
I ii ill tell them Ihnt I uill pmifor
ilu ir lunch ticket, tellle mthlhe iluil
i(i Company and pay eiery cent of
the balance a fair percentage of the
nhole) lo the Melhodinl Chinch Jlttild
Surclii, no one will nccuvt me of "begging,"
either for mytelf or the Church; I
timply nth them to a treat lo them
tcltcii und their lined ones to a de
lightful outing, and in blening them
neltet, they uill also help a worthy
Train u ill leaie the Honolulu Station for
ll'iii'mme Chtistmas morning til U: 15
and return at 9:30 1'. M. Hound
trip ticket and lunch check; $1.73. He
good to yoursehes and come along.
Monday, "December 23.
TAKIZAWA -;- FAMILY
AT THE CORNER OF MERCHANT
AND RICHARDS STS.
These famous acrobats arc the wonder of
tbe lUth Century. Their hats of Head HaVmc
ing. Juggling, Trapeze work, Hldlnj' of 111
ciclc and Clulr llaluiiiing on black Wire are
Adults ----- 50 cents
Children - - - - 25 cents
Eesorvod Sents - - - 75 cents
Scats on sale at Building.
NOTICE IS IIEItEHV (HVEN THAT ALL
perons Indebted to Wing VcoTal .V Co.
Klcelc, Kauai, bankrupt, are ncreby notllicd
tbat all deb's due above firm must ho paid to
Hop Hlng Lung of Eleele, Kauai, and all
claims against said Wing Yec Tul ,t Co must
be presented to W II llalrd, assignee, Hono
lulu. HOI' IIINd CO.
Dec 1991.. 181-Iw
1. MORI, M. D.,
Oflico, Fort Street, nonr Uorotauin.
Eesidonco, Arlington Hotel.
Hours: 7 to 8:30 urn; 4 to 8:30 p m, Sat
urday and Sunday, 1 to 5 p in. Tel. 530.
Sale of Barbotine Work.
MIhh KIco is holding a salt) of Hurbo
tino work.plucquL'H, Jars anil photo frames
at her residunru on King nt., two doors
from J. II. AtliertonH.
Opposito thu IIdm.ktin IiiihIiiusk oflico
on King tt., u lady's pur fit, OwniT Mill
Imvu -mm) on proving property mill piiy
lug for iiilvortlscni(.'iit
. . llarrr Wlflli.
J. J. Cannronj
Motto I "A friend in need, nfriondindeedl"
Mr. Wlrlh and the membors of
his company intend devoting
the proceeds of this evening's
performance to the fund being
raised for tho . . .' .
Leper -:- Merry
Under the supervision of the Hoard of'
' And he sincerely trusts that those that
know more of the necessity will rospond in
a hocoiuing manner, for tonight
A Programme Worthy of
WILL HE niEhENTKD.
Sr.ci vi. Any ladies or gentlemen having
purchased tickets and require chairs reserv
ed may havo suuie utter 12 m. this day with
out any extra charge. An usher in nltoud
anco. Admission, chairs, $ I, gallery, CO rents.
Children half ptico. IS.".. It
J. S. MARTIN", Tho Tnilor
Has removed to Medical
Hall, Fort street, one door
above V. G. Irwin & Co.
CROWN SILVER GLASS
Under Instructions from tho llnunllnn Gov
ernment, I will sell at Public Auction,
at thu Judiciary Hulldlnir, hi tbe
former Legislative flail.
On Monday, Feb, 24, 1896
at id d'cldckilm.,
Cut Glass and
From tho lloigns of
KAMEHAMEHA III. IV, V.
Comprising a Urge variety of Historical
Ry (looJs on view Tuesday and Wednes
day, Januarj 7 and 8.
Jas. F. Morgan.
- 111 F snrffii ri mis
-I" J 1 IWS HIS
" fl LJ. . STOCK OF
Hj , J Zp; J; PRESENTS
m LJ Pf. jp ,1? . JeT ji"D
- "! X.
nCarL-u.fa.ct-u.xers' -:- Big: -- Slxoe
FOHT BTKEET, HONOLULU.
Auction Sale's !!
"VvT. & LUCE, Auctioneer:
Regular Sale nt Sale Booms, Sttardavj
Vto 211 1806, at 10 o'clock A if.
Kvoning Christmas Bale at Bale Kooms, ,
Monday, Doc 23, 1895, at 7 o'clock r i
Uegular Sale at Halo Booms, Tneedrfy,
Deo 24 1805, at 10 o'clock a ji.
At each of these sales I shall offer.ik very
lino assortment of goods suitable for
Special attention callod to n magnificent
and assorted lot of Shoes, Hoots, blippcrs,
Kubbors, etc., which can bo seen at any
tinio at my Auction Rooms.
Ladles will find it advantageous lo at
tend. Seating accommodation provided.
"W. S. TLiXJCE,
Good Coffee Lands
1st 3U7 acres In Honolulu, s. Koua, Ha
waii, nearT K It Ainalu'a Coneo Plantation.
2nd 302 acres In Kniilcoll, near Honnunau,
S Kona, Hawaii; there are two gond lioticcs
on the land; about 5 acres of old cofTio,
bcnrhiir fruit now; and about It) ncix nuw
lolfee in irood condition.
EST For further particulars apply to
W. C. ACHI.
Honolulu, Dec. l'.i, b'X.
ALL l'EKSONS INDEUTED TO THE
firm of tbo late J. T. Watcrbousc, for ac
counts on ing previous to Manli 1, 1893. art
notllicd to settle same before January 1, lSfiil.
at tho olllco of J. T. Watcrbousc, Queen St.
AN "ED. WE8TMArF.lt" 1IEH1.IN UF
rlght l'lano In excellent condition will be
sold cheap. Address, X,
138-tf Uuixetin Olllce.
Ann HEAD OF BEEF OAtETLE. FOB
tUU sale in lota to suit.
143-tl Kahuku, Ku, Hawaii.
STORE TO LET, KING ST1UJET NEAR
Fort. Apply to
ED. A. "WILLIAMS.
Stable Room To Let.
FINE STABLE ROOM TO LET FROM.
1 to 3 stalls.
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
CINE LACK HORSE, PE2FECTLY
T sound. Apply to
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
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