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30 IKAJSTS !
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Tnvoulovy Salo nl tho "Loading millinery
House ot'Ohas. J. Fishel.
Items of special interest lo lluycis of fcumminlilt'
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
1?om siil Shoos, llsUs ami Caps, 0(0.
Wc hnvo Just leootvcd S'O days liUor tlmu
coulinct cull f 01, n largo imolieof
the very best miiku of Ladies' Ficiieh
Kill Shoes, lly reason ot tlu'lr late
nrrivnl wc hno nollllul the iu.uiiif.nc
Uucr Unit wo slmll tell Ilium on his
account at just ONEI1 ALF of the In
This Sale will continue until Hie entlio
Stock has been disposed of.
Our-97 Shoes "111 ho tolil for only
During the net 30 da wo will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the 51.
Our entire line of all wool Dirts Good
in plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will ho sold at DOe on the $1
A special feature in our Dus floods
Department this week will he the
40 Pieces ol Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, $1.
This is thejgronict bargain piesented
by us this season in coloied Dros-,
50c on the Sjl.
JSiiitaroiderieN aiul JCnoew,
Over 200 new p Uterus have been add
ed to our all-ready immense stock.
1u gnilj) j Uthx.
THURSDAY. KEPT. 10. 188G.
GLADSTONE IN THE HOUSE.
Titr. scm:nt. wiinx in: is Tiir.ur. and
wnr.N in: is mt now 111: domin-
ati:s Tin; i.yiiur, assumiu.y
HIS l'OWl.lt IN UI'.HATK.
Fine Straws, Rowers,
AND A KUU. LINE OF
TllIMMED AND ONTIUMMED
Our $S Parasols foi ?1 15.
Our $0 Parasol, for "t :33.
Our $5 Paiasols for S'-J S"5.
Our 3 Parasols toi $2.
We have n few Children's Paiasols
which we will otlcr Joi 50 cents noli.
OAltTWRlGHT & WAtcEX'S
for Ladies, Gents and Ghllilicn at
COeon tho $1.
Out V,-o I'.albiigan Vest Is olr.i good
Nn simli onnnrtuniiv to nurclmsc these
world-renownrd goods nt half price
e.m posibly oi cur apaln this season.
168 Gents' $12 Suits.
Coat, Vest and Pnnts for only $6 90.
The On atcst liargaln eer oll'eied in
123 Boys' Suits for $4-,37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, 7 f0.
'lhcse mo all u humid nicely and well
II! vault, of Choice Pi hits for !?1.
10 yaids of Ji wide Cotton foi ?1,
1 1 aids of Linblinched Cotton tor ijl.
412 doz ol Gents' Hue Ncokwcai, atCOc
on tho !?1,
118 diw. of Gents' Summer Umlci shirts
at 2!io inch, woith COc.
Gent's White Shirts
Wo claim lo have the laiirtst and
most complete Stock in tills city, the
very best make and the veiy lowest
lively Shiit wau.intid I.INKN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS anil GOOD
Our $2 50 Shirt we will sell foi oO
days only at ..1 45 enrh, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen at the
800 doz of Mackinaw Hals at !)0c each,
Our 2 50 Hats we will sell at SI CD,
J Come and look at these Hats and
you cannot asist Horn buying.
Our entire line of Hosiery will be sold
at 50o on the 1,
Infants' Short Dresses, Cambiic-Nan-
took stjlishly made anil trimmed
fiOin 50c up.
The Ladies will Appreciate the fol
Aiasenc, atii'ic a do., foimci puce, 50c.
Chenille, at S5e u do, foimcr piicc.&Oc.
Our S1!, SI and 3 Pompoms will be
told dining the nc.t CO days for $1 50
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
301 im" The Lending Millineiy House, corner Fort and Hotel stieces.
A Larue anil Elegant block of Misses and Children's Spring Heel Shoes of
sits. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Boys' Boots and g&hoes.
$ Jnlp io:j L106' if
VS3j ZnLr wiiL w t TJJiJ iL nimm , gj fcwjj.
H. E. McmrvRE & BRO.,
IMl'OUTEKS AND DHAJHS Itf
G-roceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet limn the Eastern States and Europe
Fresh California Produeo by e cry Steamer, All ciders faithfully attended to.
and GoodB deliveiul to any part ol the city free of charge. Island oideis roli.
cited. Satisfaction guarnntud. Post Office Rox 145. Telephone No, 1)3. 108 ly
Election ol Ollicors.
AT tho tinnunl meeting of tlie Hal iwa
Sugar Company, held August 23,
18S0, the following olllcers wcio elected
for the ensuing year:
John H. Paty President
Peter C. J ones Treasui ei
Joseph O. Carter Secielary
George J. Ross Auditor
E-liectors Thns. R.Foster and .las. A.
Ilonner. J. O. CARTER,
Sccictaiy Halawa Sugar Co
Honolulu, Aug. 2.t, 168(1. IB 1m
I HEREBY give notice that from
mid after this date, I will not
he responsible lor any debts con
tracted without the written order of
myself or wife.
Honolulu, Sept. 10, 1880. :18 8ni
MR. W. P. JJKOOKS, "Propilctor
Shooting Gallery, Fort Street.
Sir; On presentation of this ojder, I will
pi event ono dozen cabinet photographs
to the person making the best aggrogato
score, to commence September 10th and
cloto on tho last day of tho month.
UOtf. J. J. WLLIAMS.
JtOOMS TO IjET.
C) NICK ROOMS to let, sultablo
ladv or iieiitlcman
Apply at No. 4
At Reduced Prices.
Water White & Standard
A London correspondent of the
New York Times writus: What par
allel in history is there for this situ
ation wlicie the question of lice
self-government for ti whole nation
eonfesscdly.tiiiiis upon the ability of
n man scvunly-beveii years old to bo
at his best oil it ecu tain afternoon?
Could theiobe a more tciuarkablo
illustration of the absolute quality
of Mr. Gladstone's lttle in Britislt
polities? No one can understand the
marvelous domination until he has
seen the House of Commons in the
two stages of its being with Glad
stone and without Gladstone. To
see the House on any evening when
he is absent, no matter how inter
esting tho subject before jt may be
of itself or how well the reports may
read next morning, is to view one of
the least inspiiing spectacles con
ceivable. Indifference is stamped
on every laee, on tlie pose or every
lolling figure. Deadly mediocrity
rules on both sides and the House
yawns in bored acquiescence in its
stipiemncy. Opposition dullards
pound questions in perfunctory
listlessncss ; ministciial dullards an
swer with routine commonplaces. A
bpell of drowsiness seems to hang
oer sparsely filled benches. No
body listens to the speaker, or even
pretends to be interested in what he
is saying. When he pauses at the
end of a rounded period to receive
the sustaining "cheers" of his party,
three or four men say "Hear I near 1"
languidly, and the rest wearily look
at each other, at the galleries, at the
ceiling, and slide further down on
their cushioned seats. The few Min
isters who sit on the Treasury Bench
have their hats tilted over on their
noses, their chins on their breasts,
their legs stretched far out to the
dispatch table, their hands buried
deep in their trousers pockets. No
body cares for them, and they caie
for nobody. The prosy orators
drone away, members and ministers
saunter out to gossip in the lobby or
chink in the binoking-room below,
disappointed strangers get up ancl
tiptoe out, amazed that the Parlia
ment of such an Empire should be
so stupid a place.
But go some flight when the Pre
mier is there and note 'the differ
ence! It is such a change as the
fairy prince wiought on the enchant
ed palace. The benches are well
filled, and the members especially
the new members sit upright and
with eyes wide open. The occu
pants of the front opposition bench
look nervously conscious and appre
hensive, hveiy speaker ancl pat
tieularly if he be a new man evi
dences by his manner, his voice, ins
delivery,' that ho is chielly anxious
to impress Mr. Gladstone favorably,
and that he is really speaking to no
one else. If there is a chance that
the Premier is to spe.ik, you will
find lew loungers in the lobby
fewer still in the smoking-room.
There Is an indescribable fascina
tion in watching the great man as
lie sits toward the outer end ol the
Government bench listening to a
debate. It may be that this is not
his invariable rule, but at least I
have never happened to sco him in
the House in any other garb than
evening dress, with a wider expanse
of shirt front than is ordinarily worn
even here, where very much linen is
the fashion, Ho Jeans back; com
fortably, with ono thin leg over the
other, and with his eyes musingly
fixed on tlie giuat mace on tho table
before him, when In repose. Iht
full top light shines on his long,
bald crown, his clustering, gray side
locks, ancl his shirt front, and makes
him the conspicuous object of every
eye. About 10 or 11 o'clock in the
evening he always writes his dally
letter to the Queen, using a pad on
his knee and a quill pen, and it is
one of tho-most familiar of his curi
ous ways that this occupation never
picyents his hearing acutely all that
Is gojng oj). A1 at once you wil
see him btop writing ami screw his
head to ono side like a very wise old
bird, and you may know that he has
heard something which interests
him. If the speaking happens to
be unusually good ho will turn and
look at tho orator steadily, as if de
lighted at the discovery of new
talent. When lesser lights of the
opposition and the name of Uiobo
is legion are attacking him, ho
customarily draws his head down
into his colar and looks stonily at
them ; but if tho assault be from
somebody worth listening to, bay
Churchill or Smith, ho listens more
gracefully, expressing on his
strikingly mobile face, as tlie lncllct-
In n low tone) of Voice) but thcrd is
such absolute silence that his lil'St
words are never inaudible and rarely
indistinct. He lias been making
notes during tho speech ho is to
answer, but ho will not refer to them
once he is on his feel. His foi in as
ho stands at the side of tho table,
upon which he lightly rests one
hand, does not seem as tall as it
really is, so delicately is it propor
tioned. I wigh there were words in
which to convey the sound and llbro
of his voice, for until you are able
to associate this with your image of
the man tho mental picture fails. It
is unlike any other voice, just as
Sarah Bernh'ardt's is ; it lias in it
self the power of generating new
sensations, new thoughts in the
listener's mind ; it seems to have
something of primordial weirdness
in its suggestions like the ocean or
the "forest primeval." Of oialory,
as such, there will not be much.
There will be nolhintr at all to re
call Wendell Phillips or Webster, or
to suggest Castelar or Gambetta. It
is not even tlie eloquence of Bright
or of Joseph Cowen. Theicaic no
gestures, save limited movements
with one hand ; there are no sw oil
ing outbutsts of the voice, no tricks
of rounded clocutionnry periods.
One feels only at the outset that a
great man is terribly in earnest;
then, as the slow, careful, logical
sweep of speech goes on one feels
that its earnestness is contagious-
one catches us spun, nangs appiov
ingly upon its development, Hit ills
with enthusiasm at us climax oi
conclusions. The great orators
whom I have named could electrify
a legislative assemblage, play upon
its emotions at will, blanch its
checks, quicken its pulses, com
mand its wildest plaudits, but
after the speech was over the votes
would be cast just as if it had not
been made. Thcie are no such
physical excitements in listening to
Mr. Gladstone. He does not storm
your senses he conquers your
rcabon, convinces your judgment.
J. T. WATERIIOUSE.
who want to coininiini-
A LI j ncrsous
xl. cute with tho Poitueucse, cither
lor business, or foi procuring workmen,
Birwinihor'iny other helps, will find it
tho most piolltoblo way to advertise In
the Luso Ua-ivaiiaiio, tho now organ of
tho J'oituirueso colony, which is pub
lisliul on Merchant sticot, Gazette Uuild.
liiff, (Post-Olllto Letter Box E.), and
only charges ieasoiub)o rates for adver.
nient goes on, all his emotions-
ntnuscment, jntprest, dissent, jndjg
nation, scorn, elation. No great
actor over knew better how to show
forth nioie varied feelings in all
licjr intensity on his face. And
then to spp him ?iod his head or
slowly shako it, n i espouse tp sqniP
controversial asseitiou! Lord Bur
leigh's nod could not have been
nioro subtly eloquent,
When ho rises to his feet a great
hush falls over the Hoitso. It would
not bo exact to say that all eyes aro
turned upon him, because ho Is at
all times tho focus of observation,
but a light of interested expectanoy
comes into cycry face. Ho begina
This tremendous power of persu
asion is the key to the whole man.
It accounts for both his strength and
his weakness. He is so supeib, so
matchless an arguer that he can lead
English sentiment around after him
wherever he wants to go. But he is
also so wonderful a casuist that he
persuades even himselt out of his
own judgment sometimes, ancl then
leader and led alike go into the
ditch. Scnt"nent and slnewdncss
are curiously niggled in his mental
control. He may be as cautious and
wary as Machiavclli up to a certain
point; then he will bo for a time as
open and unsuspecting as Lady
Jane Grey and then, all at once,
flame forth with the passionate fer
vor of a Loyola. Yet all tho time
he will be, in his intentions, deeply
conscientious and sincere. Tow aid
whatever point of the compass his
btens mav reallv be diiectcd, his
moral vision will be fixed upon the
north star of political enfranchise
ment and advancement. Hence it
has happened that while the clever
men ol lus party, able at least to see
that he was temporarily in the wrong
path, have often held aloof from
him, the masses of the English peo
ple, having supreme faith in his in
tentions, have followed him blindly
through good and evil leport. And
now, when Mr. Goschen and Lord
Ilartington feel constrained from one
point pt view to part cqmpany with
him, and Messrs, Chamberlain ancl
Trcvolyan from a widely different
standpoint aro threatening to desert
him, I believe that the people of
England are more united in sym
pathy with him and support of him
than they have ever been before.
Be that as it may and the ques
tion wi( soon be pit to the test
thoro will bo no dissent to the pro
position that tho House of Commons
will bo another and dilferent body
when ho drops out of it. Since Dis
raeli left the House Gladstone has
been a sort of heioic survival in it
tho last of his race. In olllco or out
of ollico he has so monopolized at
tention as to literally dwarf his as
sociates, colleagues mid oppononts
alike. There has been nobody to
sharo attention by his side, much
less to stand against him. He is a
veritable Gulliver among Lillipu
tians. Long since the query became
familiar to Liberals, Who will lead
when Gladstone dies? ancl the efforts
to answer it have only served to
show tho mcasuro of Hartington's
incapacity, bide by side with Cham
berlain's unfitness. But a more
genoral question still forces itself
upon a student of Parliament here,
Who will rendor tho House of Com
mons intellectually rospeotablo even
when Glmletono is gone? And thero
sooms to bo uo answer at all to this
Every American is familiar with
tho theory that tho day of big
men is past in America mid
with the illustration which tho
personnel of the United States
Senate is supposed to affoid. Tlie
thing seems pitifully truo here,, at
least. Thprp ftvp s omo strong, or
relatively strong, men in the lront
ranks of tho Liberal party and the
issue of the next few months may
reveal that John Motley is moio
thai) relatively strong. But not
pvpn Mr. Morley, brilliant as he la
and great as ho may become, shinty
individually beside tho radiance of
Gladstone's genius, And on the
other sldo what is thtuo? From
sleor destitution of leadership Loul
Randolph Churchill has been allow
to force himself forward, and ho
unquestionably is the cleverest and
readiest Tory on tho front opposition
bench. He about matches Chamber;
lain ill dcbalo and rcparlco, nnd he
moio than matches him in outsido
popularity with tho "hoi pollol."
When they arc pitted against each
other now tho effect Is interesting,
often enjoyable, because there is
always present the lccollcotloii that
they aro undorstinppcrs, and that a
far greater man is the icsponslhlo
head of affairs. But when this head
is llnnlly discrowned by death, must
the House sink to the Chambeilain
Cliui chill level? It is not a welcome
A WONDERFUL INVENTION.
Scientists and inventors arc con
stantly bringing forth something of
a staitling chat. icier, and the follow
ing, taken fiom a scientific journal,
bears tho impress of feasibility:
English scientific journals contain
an account of the scheme of n Bri
tish inventor by which a lightship,
cable station and harbor of refuge
can no csiauitsncci m lniuoccan.
The principal parts o'f tho invention
consist of an eighty-foot square steel
cushion with a pyramid top, having
a deck and sixty-foot light-tower at
its apex, the principal feature of the
invention. Four cables from the
cornci s connect at a considerable
depth with a single anchor-cable,
thus allowing the vessel to nwiiig
fiecly bcfoic any wind or current.
Fiom tho center of the vessel wires
will connect with the various Atlan
tic cables, so that ship news can be
transmitted. Safety is assured by
extreme strength and minute sub
division into water-tight compart
ments; also by the bhape ot the
deck and sides, from which the
heaviest waves will, the inventor
claims, be deflected. It is gener
ally conceded that this plaw is not
beyond possibility of accomplish
ment. The advantages claimed for
it were: Fiist, that shiwrecked
sailors or foundering vessels would
have a refuge for which to steer ;
second, that such a lightship would
become a place of call for ocean
steamers, even though not in dis
tiess, and that much ship news
could therefore be furnished ; third,
that invaluable aid would be given
to weather-bureau foiecasts; fourth,
that the expense of cable transmis
sion would be greatly diminished by
use of relay apparatus, such as this
vessel could contain.
the Next 30 Days!
azar, m Fori Street
Having determined to give up business, I hno concluded lo sdl oil' mv
STOCK OF GOODS at n ORHAT SAURI1TOE. Now is join olii
in secure iiirgnin
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Boimoto, Fcatliors,
Plumes, Flowers, Volvots, Hibbons, Plush, Ornaments
and other Millinery Goods,
Also, choice selection of Corsets, Ladles', Misses' and Children's IlnMrry, Under,
wear of all kinds, and many other goods too numeious to name.
I' mm what I say, cow M See for Yoralre !
1ST MRS. E. T. SK1DMORE, Manager of thcMilllncn Dcpnitmenl, will be
leaving for San Fiuncisco In a shoit time, therefore ladles wishing her to do any
millinery work, would do well to call early.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor. io7
Pacific Hardware Go., I'd,
HONOLULU, II. I.
Novelties in. Lamp Grootls,
Anew Invoice of Lanterns, Ko.ioscne nil of the very
Rest Quality, Stoves, Ran ires and Tinware.
riUE-PROOF SIIINGLIS J?AI3XrJC,
Recommended by Flic Underwriters of San Francisco,
etc , etc. A"n actual Protection against Fire.
Harden Hand Grenades,
A. Small Lot, to Close Conslcnnient.
if Full lines of Haidwarc, Agricultural Implements, etc.
New Goods Vy I3vcr- Stcainer.
Just received, ex Lapwing, a largo consignment of
Prepared by Johann Maria Farina,
A French explorer w as traveling
in India and had an audience with
one of the petty Princes. Finding
ceitain remarks of the Prince rather
uncomplimentary to his native coun
try, the Frenchman gave the inter
ptetcr a cuff over the ear, and re
marked quietly, "Translate it!"
French w it,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
Real Estate Agent,
Honolulu, XI. I.
New Photograph Rooms.
OVER Nlchol's 'tore, Fort street,
next (he Shooting Gallery, Pic
ture, Poiti.iils and Views. Fiist-clas
wo U. Saliblaetion guaranteed.
U0 ly J. A. GONSALVES.
Tine Best JEfcoiite
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and staunch
Steamer W. C. Hall
Leaves Honolulu at 10 o'clock a.m. on
FRIDAY, September 24th.
The stcimer passes along the entire
coast of ihe leeward side of Hnwdl, af.
folding tourists a p.uioiama ot charm
ing sceueiy, and wilj stop at Kenlukc
kuu Bay, whpio Miflleiciit lime is allow
ed to visit the Monument of Captain
Tourl-ls by this unite reach Punaluu
at fl o'clock on I ho day after leailng
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, making the entire passage iu
smooth uutei. At Piintiluii lliuiu s the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and fiom thero tourlsth will be conveyed
by railroad to Pnluihi, thence by stage
couch to llalt.wny Ilous-e, wheio horses
anil guides will be in attendance to con
vey them to tho Volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and ono
whole day at the Volcano House.
Tickets ibr the round trip, $50, which
includes' all expenses.
Apply to HARRY ARMITAQE,
Agent, at Williams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort strict, or at tho olllco of lUftU. I S.
N. Co., Ksphmode. (illOOin
Custom House Bioker,
Wilnei's Steamship Agent, ' Manager IIawiilian;Opeia House,
Great Burlington Railroad Agent Fire and Life Insurance AgLiit
in Ami-rim (1112 ly)
cte $ Carriage Building,.
Painting and vzc?" 'zsx Trimming,
79 HI Km Stat, - - Oil Ma Praises.
JEirti-iiiicefS irom Kinpr mid Mcrclmnt Sts.
Every iesciiption of work. in the above lines peiformcd in a first-class manner.
Also, Horse Shoeing' a Specialty.
g- Ikll Teli phoiif, 1G7. - (327 ly) m Hell Telephone, 1G7.
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Poiln, Lemonade, Sarpnparilla,
Fruit Sj nips apd, Essence and
made from tho puio Apple, all of which
we guiuauteo to lie tho best.
Granite, iron and Tin Ware 1
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
BQf Wo also invito parties Intending
Marling fitores loi the sale of ieeil
di inks and wishing Inuntalu supplies,
to call on Hit befoie going elsewheie.
Tie Crystal Soaa Worts,
P. O. Ro. J5!)7, Honolulu.
G. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing Aflcnl.
My most fulthtui attcniou will bo
given for tho
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tnu residents of the
70 1 sovoral Islands of ihl gron. Hy
The White House,
N, 11H Nuiinnii Btroct,
Honolulu, II. I,
Private Family Hotel; Terms Reason,
able ; First class Accoinmouatious.
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received tx Zcalandla,
J. T. Waierhouse's
70 1 Queen & Fort Street Stores. f tf
WIIDISrt'S . H. CO.,
Leaves Honolulu each. Tuesday at
4 p.m., touching at Lubiilna, Mua
laeii Ray, Mukena, Mahukoua, Ku
waibae, Laupahoehoo and Hilo.
Returning, will touch at all tho
alove porta, arriving at Honolulu
each Baturduv afternoon,
$ . JL..
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