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In arcordauc? ith Section 1, of Clinpter
XXXVtof thol.awaof I8S0!
All per-wnii holding water prmlenes or
thono ikying water nites, ore heroby noti-fii-d
that tho wa'er rates for the torn) end-iiiL-
Jnuo SO, 18.'", will bo duo mid piyablo
nt tho oflicfl o' tho Honolulu Vtter Works,
on tho 1st dny o( January, 1897.
All rites remaining unpaid for fif tcon dnys
after tliPV aro dno will bo subject to nu
additional 10 per cent.
Hates aro payable nt tho ofTlcn of tho
Wiitor WorkH in tho Knpimiwix UnlldiuK.
Superintendent Houolulu Wate' Works.
Honolulu, II. I., Deo 17,1890.
48 j l't
-St?? Euer)Si?5 Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor
THURSDAY, DEO. 17, lS'JG.
All of tho Uur.Li'TiN'H views ex
pressed on "news" loforring to
Iho Hawaiian question for the
prist six months have been proved
correct by luitheutic information
thus fnr roeoived. Messrs." Htiteh
mid Cooper's "pi tin of campaign"
wn simply mapped out for those
gentlemen by n shrewd corres
pondent til "Washington. There
is no evidence as yot that "aniiox
ntiou" wus niennt, wlioro " con
trol " was spoken, iu tho Ropuh
lictiu platform, but every indica
tion is to tho contrary. Tho
foundation for tho desired union
will have to be laid carefully,
securely and iu full detail by a
conference of American and Ha
waiian statesmen at Washington.
Hero the duty of tho hour is to
prepare the minds of tho people
for acceptance of a mutually hon
orable mid just scheme of union
when ouo shall lmvo beou pre
pared. The RuLLirnx takes its
stand on this proposition, sub
mitting it confidently to tho test
of tho ellltix of time. If it sets
the fact of union farther in the
future than ita ardent wishers
like, tint cannot bo h Iped any
more than other doi-ues of fate.
If tho San Francisco Chronicle's
forec.i't of iicpuMiiviii policy to
ward Hawaii a protoctoruto and
abrogation of reciprocity is pro
duced by authority, then tho Re
public of Hawaii may woll ex
claim: "Lri over chastised us with
whips and, lo, William tortureB us
with scorpions!" But tho Chron
icle is what it always has been
tho inveterate enemy of Hawaii.
According to a dispatch from
.Bombay the plague now prevalent
in the Orient, though infectious,
has not yot proved contagious.
Only ouo case is reported there of
a person attending a patient hav
ing contracted tho plnguo. Tho
disease has a tendency to Btick to
localities. It romainod for two
months in one ward of Bombay,
but has uow spread to all districts
of tho citv.
It would almost seem practica
ble, if it would bo quite regular,
to have another new plautution
floated with tho surplus of slock
Applications procurable for tho
Onhu. Hit 'em again, Mr. Dil
lingham. ,ir. :oii-n -on m-t'U.
It muat be a groat pleasure to
the traveling public, as woll us to
his nrmv frionds in Honolulu, to
Bco Mr. l'owdell back in his old
position of fitst officer of the S. S.
Alaiui-dit. Four ears ago this
month Mr. Dowdell was carried to
the Quren's Hospital from tho
Htcamer, with his two legs terribly
fraotuted from his having beon
hurled against the upper dock
house by a sea thipped on tho
voyogo hither fiotn Auckland.
Ho lay in great distress at the
hospital for many weeks. Mr.
Dowdoll's misfortuue was the oc
casion for univeisal soriow iu
tho community. Although his
Bufferings havo loft their impress
upon him, ho still shown tho
gonial disposition that made him
exceptionally popular beforo his
rm: ritsr iwmii.y.
Tlu-y Will Anenr ill IlicOperii IIiiimo
Aunili Till r.teuliiK.
The celebrated Montoguo-Eoust
Combination of acrobats, bell-
rmgerp, musicians aud panto-1
mimists, makes its second appear
auco this evening at tho Opera
Houbo, and now that its merits
hava becomo bettor kuowu will no
doubt draw a big house.
Speaking of tho succoss of this
company in Now Zealand tho
Evening Star of Duuedin says:
"After an nbsonco of iivo years
tho Faust Family, together with
tho London Bellringors, reap
peared at tho City Hall last oven
iug,audworo accord od a trulyhearty
recoption at tho hands of a very
largo audionce. Tho l-austs con
sist of four malo performers auda
littlo girl, and tho feature of their
many interesting "turns" is tho
RiBley act. This is a most ro
nmrkablo exhibition, and must bo
soon to be thoroughly appreciated.
Mr. Ted Faust lay on his back,
and on his feet tossed and twirled
tho other members of tho family
with such neatness aud dextarity
us to fairly rouso the audiouco to
a pitch of enthusiasm. Tho threo
brothers then form a high pillar
and execute a very clever and ex
citing fall. Later in the evening
they gave a display of mnrblf
statuary which was greatly appre
ciated. Master Freddy contri
buted a Yorkshiro song aud dance;
aud tho brothers Eugene and Ted
with bassoon and clarionet gave
one of the most grotesque musical
oxhibilioiib ever witnessed on a
Dunedin stage. Tho audience
demanded recall aftor recall, till
tho performers found themselves
eventually compelled to deoliue
the demands made on thorn.
Tho London Bellringors played
with much accoptanco several
selections during tho evening, ot
which 'In Old Madrid,' played as
au encoro number, was perhaps
the best. They nlso furnish a
capital sextet brass band.
I'nlil SiM'ri'liirli's l-:iii:ii;rrtt mill Noil
Committee on OrKiiiilzulloii.
At the meeting of tho ollicors of
(he Annexation Club hold iuL. A.
Thurijtou's oflico yestorduy after
noon and presided ovei by him, it
was decided lo appoint C. A.
Blown as tho paid secretary of
the club and allow him one as
sistant. O. W. R. King was given
tho lattor positiou.
Tho various committees ap
pointed at tho previous meet
ing reported thoir plans for
tho future and tho amount
of money required to carry them
Messrs. A. V. Gear, George Mo
Lood and G. W. Smith wore ap
pointed a permanent committee
L. 0. Abies from tho committee
on hoadquartor6 said this morn
ing that ho hoped to yoo the club
installed in its now quarters on
Merchant stroot tomorrow.
Tho Alameda brought 22 cabin
and 15 steerago passengers for
IN THE OIRGOIT COURT OP THE
First Circuit of tho Huwaiian Islands. Iu
probate In tho inattor of tho Ksta'e of
Anna II. Armstrong, deceased. A duly
authenticated copy of tho last will of said
deoeased, having Ijcou presented to said
Court togHthor with n petition for tho pro
bate thereof, and for tho iammnco of letttrs
of Administration with the will annexed to
A. Z. Hud ley having been filed, nolico is
hereby givtn tint Moud ly, Janu ry 18,
A. I). 1M7, ut 10 o'clock a, m in tho
Judiciary iluildiiig, Honolulu, is uppointect
the time and plnco for proving Mid will
and hearing said application, when mid
whero uny person interested may piear
mid show cause if any they hiivo why the
provernfHnid polition should not be i; runted.
By tho Court!
J. A.TIIOMI'SON Cleric.
Honolulu, H. I , December 10, 1800.
Gold and Hilverwaio,
Crockery mid Ivory ware,
AVhito Grit89 Cloth, Mattings,
Wicker aud Steamer Chairs,
Cigars, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuunnn titrrot, Honolulu,
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWRITER
Omcis: 20S Merchant street, Campbell
, Wool: roar uf J. O. Cartel' office. I. O,
Sterling" Silver Ware in great
variety such as
Tea and Coffee Sets,
Fish and Pie Sets,
Sets of Carvers, all prices.
' Silver Plated Ware, .
Pearl Handled Butter Knives,
Table, Tea and Coffee
Table and Dessert Forks,
Fruit and Berry Dishes,
Castors and Water Pitchers,
Cut Glass Ware.
Cosmeon Brushes, Combs,
Pin Trays, Airrors, etc.
Florence and Celluloid
Brush and Comb Sets.
Banquet, Boudoir, Hanging
and Hall Lamps,
Lamp Shades in Silk and
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Spreckols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
DECEMBER 17, JLS!)fl.
Mortgagee's Nolico of Intention to
.'orecloseand ol bale.
Notico is hereby given that by
virtuo of it power of sulo contain
ed in a certain mortgige datid the
13th day of September, 1888,
miido by Koawokane w and
Kalnu k hor husband, ol'La
haiua, Island of Maui, to .loso
Espindu of said Labuinn, record
ed in tho office of tho llegislrur 1
Conveyances in Liber 112 on
pngog 197, 198 and 109. 1, Kllon
G. Lymun, of Hilo, Island of Ha
waii, tho ussiguoo of said mort
gage by various mosno assign
ments, ii'tond t foreclos" tho sa d
mortgage for a brtach of tho cm
ditions in snid mortgigo contain
od. to wit: tho non-payment of
both tho principal and iulorost
Notico is alto howby given thnt
all nnd singular the lauds, tene
ments and heroriitamonts in snid
mortgngo doal contained and des
cribed will bo sold at public auc
tion at tho auction room of James
F. Morgan on Quoon shoot, Hono
lulu, Island oi'O.ihu, on Momlay
tho ISth day of January. A. D.
1897, at 12 o'clock uoouofsaid
The property in said mortgngo
is thus described, viz:
A coitiin parcel of ltnd Bituato
in labaiua on tho Island of M ui,
together with all the privileges
nnd apptiitonunccs, to tho sane
belonging and all tho build'iigs
thcioon, and bounded aud dos
oiibed m follows:
"E hoomuka arm ma ke kihi
Hikiua o keia ma kahi o pili mm
mo k.i nlauui mipuni a mo ko
Makaelo aina, a o nolo ana;-Ho
42J , Ko 1 Until ma ko Makaelo;
Ak 54'f, Ko 1.20 kaul ma ko
K-ihakui; Ak -12 3 , Hi 1-18 kmil
mo ko Lipi; Ho 47 , Hi 120 kaul
ma kn Alarmi a biki i Kahi i hoo
makaai, a maloko o iu aina 1 8
oka, a oi iki nku pahu omi i K. I
BLLBN G. LYMAN,
Terms Cash. Dieds at espi-im
Vv furthor particulars aplj' to
the Mortgagee or hor attorneys,
Thurston & Stanley.
Notice is hereby given that
the General Agency of The
Germnniu Life Insurance Co.
of New York, hns beon placed
iu the bunds of Messrs. J.
Alfred Mo goon and A. V.
J. Alfred Mugoon will have
charge of tho collection of re
newal premiums and will act
as the Company's atlornej
A. V. Gear will act as agent
for the Company in securing
J. ALFRED MAGOON and
A. V. GEAR,
Geneial Agcntu of tho Gcrmanla Life Insur
ance Co. of New York for the Hawaiian
Inlands.' 480 lm
' - - -- - " -
Written npplicationfi for shares of tho
capltul stock iu the
OAflU $tik do.
Should bo made to tho undersicued with
in ten duys from date. Ah the deiuuuil
will probably bo in oxcesa of the number
of Hhaieu to bo ibtuiud, kucIi applications,
in tlo evont of thoir being for an cico-jh
of shares, wnl be Tiled pro rata.
11. F. DILLINGIIAM,
Onhu Hallway and Laud Company, Ilono.
Honolulu, Deo. 17, 1890.
IToar Zapiolani Park
Unseen will leavo the corner of Klin; ami
Foit Btrccta on Sunday, December 20th, at 2
pmiuid 8 p m, taking passengers free of
cU.ugc to luv these lots.
Is well manifested in the
Shoes wo havo stocked
up with for tho season.
Hero every new shape
and stylo is in evidence
Every now kink that
makes a shoo more com
fortable or gives it longer
life, is found in tho foot
wear on sale. All tho
best makes aro represented in
The Manufacturers1 Shoe Co.
516 Fort Street,
To supply your wants in
most coinpleto aud choicest stock wo havo over laid beforo tho
public. If you aro in doubt as to what you would hko to
present to your friends or relations, lot us buow you over our
goods, and you will surely find something substantial and ser
viceable, that will gladden the hearts of thoso who recoivo them.
Neckwear of Every Description,
Collars and Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, Silk, Linon or Cotton,
plain or printed; Suspondeis either Silk or Cotton;
Dress Shirts, Negligee, Shirts and Night ltobos,
Hats et&& 2?g1$ e Stotv j'.qs Hg& mvl Ssys
Smoking Jackets, Panama Hats, Puggarees in many do
signs; Collar and Cuff Buttous, Bosom Studs, Sloovo
Links, Boy's Shirt Waist-,
Ready-to-Wear Suits for Men and Boys
Valises and Hand Bags, somo very nico ones iu Alli
gator; and n great many other things.
H A. i 3 l-G I ? DAS T-l JUR
OorneroCFort nncl Mp.rchmt Sis-
Santa Claus is extremely
fond of receiving lettois fniin
tho littlo onus. Ho generally
offers a valuable prize of some
kind to well behaved children
and this year ho has notified
AVall, Nichols Co., who are to
act as his agents here, to offer
in his name a beautiful French
doll to the Honolulu girl or
bny who writes him the most
original letter. Any little one
under ten years of agt may
compete for the doll which is
sure to bo highly prized by
tho lucky recipient. Now,
girls, this is your opportunity.
Brush the cobwebs and dust
of puzzling questions out of
your minds and write tho old
gentleman a nice letter; some
thing different from anything
you havo over written beforo.
You may ask your papas and
mammas how to spell tho
words but tho thoughts and
good wishes should be all your
On honor, now I
Letters may bo mailed in the
letter box at Wall, Nichols
Co's store between 0 o'clock
next Saturday morning, Nov.
2Sth, and 12 o'clock noon of
December 2-lth, tho day before
Tho doll will bo on exhibi
tion in one of their large show
windows during the above
period. Tho judges of tho
merits of tho letters recoived
will bo decided upon by repre-
sontatives of the
this mammoth stock.
Honolulu, H. I,
Men's Furnishing Goods with Hi
There ore many kinds of cut
glass sold and, to tho ordinary
purchaser, ono make is as good
as another. The value of tho
pieces depends of course, on
tho cutting. If the edges aro
sharp, you may depend upon
it that the quality is good.
Among all the makers of cut
glass in tho United States, but
one firm sells enough to war
rant their iiaving a wareroom
in New York. Every ono in
tho States knows which firm
that is Dorflinger. In the
large cities, from Boston, south
to .Richmond an.d west to Den
ver, tho purchaser puts but one
cut glass question to a salesman,
'Is it Dorflingcr's?" The raoko
is so well known that the name
sells it. Our stock in this lino
is entirely from tho Dorflinger
factory other do'ilera think it
is the best, tho buycrc think it
tho best, then why should not
we? Other makes may be as
good, thov aro certainly no
better. Cut glass has been
looked upon as essentially a
luxury of tho wealthy class,
but our cut glass at cut prices,
both cut, makes it possible for
tho middle class to own pieces
of various sizes and shapes.
We havo also a desiro to
call your attention to a stock
of silver ware, genuine sterl
ing, that excels most anything
of the kind over shown hero.
Wo sell Sterling silver napkin
rings for $1.50.
Von Holt Building.
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