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SATURDAY, ,1ULY 2, 1892.
HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF.
There was a ways unit means com
mittee of the Legislature in 18G2 as
there is in 181)2, thirty years later.
An euoiioiniu.il breeze passed through
the assembled wisdom in 1802, as one
has done this year. The Polynesian
of July 20, 1802. contains the follow
ing resolutions passed the previous
day by the House of Representatives:
Jiesolvcil, That the public set vice
cannot be elllcient if all regard be
not paid to the honor of the Crown,
in the ability, character, honor and
integrity of those who serve the
ItesolvcdtTluxt we believe it
should be a maxim of all govern
ments, to have as few emplojoes as
possible, and those properly paid;
and that it would bo not only detri
mental but fatal to His Majesty's
Uoverniucnt to have "many employ
ees and those poorly paid."
Unsolved, That in every dopart-
vnent the King should be represented
only by men of education suitable
for their duties ; of good manners
and abilities, and of a character for
temperance, industry, prudence, dis
cretion and proper dignity to secure
the respect and confidence of the
community ; and that such men
should be enabled to live in a style
suitable to their situation consid
ered with reference to the community
in which they reside.
THE PELE'S CREW.
The sailors of the Pele went ashore
on Kauai to have a swim. Having
some giant powder they used it,
without regard to the law, to iish.
Policemen had been watching for
local offenders and came on the Pele
men after they had bagged their
lWh. Pour men of the schooner Li
holiho were bagged by the police
along with 12 of the Pele's crew.
The captain of the Pele gave re
C'lgnizances to the police for the
hum's appearance Monday morning,
as lie wanted them to work the ves
sel round to Waimea. At Waimea
they were lined $100 and SI costs
each, and they were sent to Honolulu
in default b3' the Pele, being allowed
to woik the vessel. Here they per
fected an appeal to the Circuit Court
on Kauai and were released on bail.
J. L. Kaulukou is their counsel.
BAND STRIKE ENDED.
The bandsmen's strike is over for
the present. As a result of the con
ference with the Minister of Foreign
Affairs and Prof. Ilerger, the men
have agreed to continue duty but
reserving final decision until the
Legislature has passed the Appropri
ation Bill. Their main objection is
to the reduction in number from oG
to 23 pieces, they stating that they
are so proud of the band that they
wish to see it maintained in un
diminished strength. In the matter
of pay, the bandsmen arc getting
more now than they were two years
ago. The hand will toot up again
at Emma Square this afternoon.
THE HILO ELECTION.
The election returns from llilo,
received this morning, give the elec
tion to Horner. There were 217
votes cast, of which Horner got 88 ;
Rickard Co, and Mattoon, 01.
C. .1. McCauthy bus lots on Lilihn
stri'i'l for .-ale. J5-tf
Pahs hook 71181, 1. S. D , has been
lost, and payment theieon stopped.
Aktkk shaving uso Cucumber .Skin
loiue. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Hunisukn relieved, at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Donson, Smith & Co.,
Tin: Brunswick billiasd parlors aio
the most elegant pleasure icsoit in
QiiAUTKU-iioun cars will inn on the
King aireut lino of tho Tramways Co.
"Wiir.ui: shall J seo you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
J. C. Ji:,vkkns will not ho responsi
ble for debts contracted without Ida
Hawaiian Lodgo, F. it A. M., will
hold a inciting at 0 a. in. Monday, for
business of special importance
Dr.i.icious coii'ee and chocolate will
be reived uvory morning eaily at the
J'.iluec I i-o Cieam Parlors, Ludwigson,
it Cion. llotol btieet. 1-tf
(Jooi) cheer for the Itli of July I Or
der for leo Cieam, Cakes, Pies and
Candies from tho "Elite" Ice Cream
Parlors. Plain and Fancy Jco Ducks
a specially. 2-tf
Dn. LcLk.nnan has removed to
Alakea btieet, opposite thoY. M.C.
A. 1ml'. promises lately occupied by
Doctor Lutz. Ojlieo hours, 0 to 12,
2 to ! and evenings (1 to 7. Sundays:
10 to 1. Hull Telephone, PJ7, Mutual,
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V, Wood, at
McKces Docks, Pa., says while he
was wailing to sec Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottlu la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Dalm and
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it it
tho best itioliuiiic for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles lor salo
by all dealers. Densoii, Smith &C'o.,
Wc have observed that most writ
ers on currency use the above appel
lation when they wish to slur and dis
parage all kinds of currency not
made of gold metal, or when any
other method of distribution of cur
rency is proposed than agencies like
the National Dunks, that is, currency
circulation only by individuals or cor
porations. For the Government to
distribute currency direct to those
who want to use it is, in their esti
mation, an outrageous proposition, a
thing not to be thought of for a mo
ment, and they seize upon any his
torical fact, where troiblo has origi
nated in attempts to improve the cur
rency in quantity, or the methods of
The liouble arising from the blun
ders of law-makers and dishonest or
incapable agents are all charged
against cheap money systems, and
they endeavor to show that failure
wtth.an apparent relish, comiuenda
able only in i better cause.
A writer in the Century Magazine
for April, 1801, striking at Senator
Stanford s Land loan schemej lias
carried his zeal so far as to show up
the failure of an attempt to start a
private corporate "Land Dank" in
England in 100(5, and lie seems to in
fer that if a private land bank (ailed
to incorporate for want of means
200 years ago, Stanford's Govern
ment land loan scheme must also
fail. It that is not the logic of the
gentleman's reasoning we fail to see
his p iiut. llow the fact that a pri
vate land bank failed to incorporate
for want of means in lG'JG can hold
as an argument against 5. proposed
Government land bank with ample
means in 1891 he fails to inform his
readers, or how such a failure can
hold as an argument against an at
tempt to start a land bank, any more
than it would against the attempt to
start a gold bank, or a silver bank,
and failing. Many such attempts
have failed, and hundreds of so
called gold banks have failed after
they did start and brought distress
upon thousands, bo if this argu
ment is good against private land
banks it should be good against all
private banks for the same reasons.
What this writer means by "cheap
money" we take to be any money
whose actual value is less than its
face value. The American gold dol
lar is five cents too cheap, the silver
coin twenty cents too cheap, and the
greenback dollar one hundred cents
Too cheap according to this" writer's
logic, and as there is no money in
America except the three kinds
named above, all of America's money
is "cheap money" in his estimation.
Notwithstanding his argument the
fact remains that the "cheapest
nionej'" the greenback is the most
valued for business. President Grant
said the "greenback is the best
money ever devised." The bulky
nature of all coins is so objectionable
that they are being deposited with
UAj Government in America by hun
dreds of millions and packed away
by it, and paper takeu to use as
money in their stead. The green
back is never so deposited, hence it
is more acceptable as a business tool
than the coins the cheap money
preferred to the dear.
Jno. M. IIoknkk.
(2'o be Continued.)
I30STAL Havings Bank Pass Book
No. 7:181 has bren lost, and pay
ments on it have been stopped. Fludur
will please return to the Postal savings
Uauk. 402 3t
TOTIOE Is hereby Riven that I will
N not bo resnoiisible for any debts
contracted without my written order.
J. C.JEN KENS.
Honolulu, July 2, 1892. 402 3t
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M.
TMIETH3 will be a meeting or Du
JL walian Lodge No. 21, F. & A. AL,
at its hall, corner of Fort and Queen
olivets, on MONDAY, July 4, 18!)2, at 9
o'clock a. m. Business of importance.
.M em tiers of Lodge le l'rogros ami all
sojourning Brethren aie fraternally In
vited to be present.
By order of the W. M..
T. E. WALL,
4GII It Secretary.
Hawaiian Tramways GoKtl
OIV JULY 4tli
Tho King-street Cars will run
Between Rifle RiDge, Pawia, & Palama
From DIFLK D NGE, between tho
hours of 8:8 a. m. and 8:38 v. m.
Fioia PALAMA, between the hours of
8:1" a. m. and 9:17 r. si.
I" Befoio ami after those hours the
servleo will be Half-hourly as usual.
MAN who uiideistands farming
iv. and taking eaie of (stock; iniibt be
sober and thoroughly posted in his work
and have good rcfeieucca; none but a
competent man need apply. Address
"P. O. Box L," Honolulu, 412 1m
ASPPINOF1ELD ao-Light Gas Ma
chine In complete woi king order
and guaranteed. Will be sold upon
i.ivoiabli) icrins to tho purchaser. Also
a few Handsome Fixtuies. Apply to
390 tf Klug street.
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July 4, 189?R
I 16th ANNIVERSARY
Independence of the United
States of America !
Literary Exercises at Music Hall
AT 10:15 A. M.
HON. J. B. ATHERT0N,. ..President ol the Day
U.K. 110 KS, Chaplain U. S. N and
His Excki.u:ncy JOHN L.STEVENS.
W. It. VAN KEY PEN, Deader of the
Declaration of Independence. Rkv.
E. G. BHCKWITH, Chaplain.
Dy the Hand of the U. S. Flag Ship
San Francisco, Carlo Contrado,
Quartette and Chorus under the di
rection of A. E. NICHOLS.
Programme of Literary Exer
cises at Music Hall,
10:15 a. m.:
Overtiue Pique Dame Suppe
Band of the U. S. Flagship San Fran
cisco. Invocation Ilev. E. G. Deckwith
National Song.. Star Spangled Banner
Instrumental and Solo by Lieut. L.
M. Garrett, and Chorus in which
the audience are requested to
Reading of the Declaration of Inde
pendence Dy W. K. Van llcypen, Medical In
spector, U. S. N.
Song Columbia the Gem of the
Mrs. It. D. Walbridgo and Chorus.
Addresses Dy U.K. Hoes, Chaplain U.
S. N., and His Excellency John
Duct For Flute it Clarionetto
Band of the San Francisco.
Closing with America; the audience
are requested to join in singing.
General Programme !
JULY 4, 1892.
At Music Hall 10:15 a. ji.
A Salute will be Cued by the U. S.
Flagship San Francisco and the Shore
Dattery at 12 M.
Commencing at 1 Ji. by tho crow
of the U. S. Flagship San Francisco:
by the Dlue Jackets.
Whams' Boat Pack,
by the Piicmen and Dlue Jackets.
Am, Comkks' Hack,
Under tho Auspicesof tho Hawaiian
Bowing & Yachting Association com
mencing at 10:110 a. m. Prize Donated
Hawaiian Challenge Cup Pennant
Between nines of tho Crescents nnd
Hawaiis at Makiki Baseball Grounds.
Winners' Prize, .125.00. Admission to
at the U. S. Legation by His Excel
lency John L. Stevens fiom 3 to
5:110 i'. ji. Closing with a
Hawaiian Hotel, July 4th
8:30 P. M.
M. M. Scott, II. W. Soveranco, A.
E. Nichols, W. H. Hoogs, F. B. Me
Stocker, J. A. Gilman, Chas. Wilder,
It. D. Walbridgo, J. W. Winter, It.
J. Gieeno, it. W. Anderson, C. II,
Eldridgo. (1. II. Paris, W. F. Allen, J.
W. Pratt, E. F. Bishop, W. P. Boyd,
. W. Smith, G. P. Andiews, P, S.
Dodge, G. K. Wilder.
LiTKUAiiv Prof. M. M, Scott, II.
W. Soveranco, A. E. Nichols.
Bam. J. A. Oilman, W. P. Boyd,
0. K. Wilder, J. W. Pratt, 0. T. Wil
der. Kinanci: W. F. Allen, Geo. II.
Paiis, It. .1. Gieeno, F. D, MeStockcr,
C. T. Wilder.
Sl'OllTK ANH YaoIITINO It. W.
Anderson, it. D. Walbridgo, J. A. Oil
'-1 J Mfc' tiwJ&'tf'i'
July 4, 1892,
Commencing at 10:30 a, m. Sharp,
Open to all Yachts over 5 tons and
not exceeding 10 tons in measure
ment, provided, however, that this
limitation shall not apply to Yachts
which were in Hawaiian waters and
that entered for the race July 1,
The Hawaiian Challenge Cup
and Pennant for 1892.
Donated by the Hawaiian Rowing
& Yachting Association in 1889, to
bo sailed for annually and condition
ally under its auspices.
Won Julv -1, 1889, by Yacht
Won July 1, 1890, by Yacht
Won July !, 1891, by Y'acht
Yachts will assemble off the Pacilic
Mail Dock at 10 a. m. A prepara
tory gun will be fired on the Judge's
boat at 10:15 a. ji. The starting
gun will be fired at 10:30 a. m.
SST" Course to be sailed and
printed rules can be had by the
sailing masters of each Yacht on
application to the Secretary. Lists
of entries will be open at the olllee
of the Secretary on Fort street until
2 i m., SATURDAY, July 2d.
C. B. WILSON,
J. M. DOW SETT,
C. P. 1AUKEA,
W. M. G IFF ADD,
H. F. WICHMAN
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pierced work now so popu
lar and' at prices which you will
For Such High Grade Goods.
H. F, WICHMAN
FOURTH OF JULY
THOSE wishing to subscribe for the
celebration of tho coining Fourth
will linil Sub-erlption Lists at the fol
Hotirou, Newman & Co.,
Hollister & Co..
Beii!nu, Smith it Co.,
Hawaiian Hardware L'o.
135 St For the lib of July.
Japanese Pug Dogs
FOR SALE !
lf Apply at once to
1C5 1W W. S. LUCE.
eTjT morgan," "
CARPENTER fj & BUILDER.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
84 Bcretania St. -"maT Boll Tclo. 280.
VTOTICE Is hereby given that the
1A undersigned will not be responsi
ble for any debts liiciu red without hU
A. B. NAONE.
Honolulu, Juno -J.'j, 18'U. -15(1 aw
''pi MUEIt enough to nialie C000 cords
X. of Fhowood or Charcoal at 60
cents a cord. Apply at
Wlion you wsiui; ii Portrait
Enlarged call on King: BroH,,
got their price list ami hcc
1 suiuploa. They can't be boat.
Ifirtt Bn o
I t Nil .- t fe I
K8USUHL U9T HMO ?1 H 0,
KlCILVKIft A. 3cOUJUY, Vii-f iitont.
Issues ivry Desirable Form of Policy !
It has paid its members mncc its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLIARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal over offered by any Insurance Company.
ItST For full paiticulars apply to
1-Jl rjnnnrnl A front fnrfltn TTntvnI!M f...lnw1
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovey.
Notice is hereby rIvoii that in accord
ance with the law in such cacs made
and p'-ovliled, I will cause to bo sold the
following articles of Hoong Ohiuig Tong,
taken by me In d!traltiin!j for lent, to
1 Clock, 1 Medicine Cutter. 1 Bamboo
Lounge, 1 Step Ladder, 1 Folding Table,
1! Sipmic Tables. 2 Chairs ! .Stools, 1
Lamp ami a quantity of Medicines and I
Bay Said sale will take place at the
Auction Salesrooms of Lv.wis J. Li:vi;v,
Auctioneer, corner of Fort and (jiieeu
sticets, oiiFRIOAY.Jllly liith,atlOA M. i
l.-s lfit XU GOON, j
A Trip to Manila Loa
Great Crater of Mokuaweoweo.
Spcci.il arrangement: have been
made by the Volcano House Company
for teiuliug n patty to the lop of Ma
THE PARTY WILL LEAVE HO
NOLULU ON THE STMR. HALL
ON JULY lfi and return on tho
(teainer Kinau arriving in Honolulu,
THE PRICE FOR A ROUND
TRIP TICKET, including steamer
fare, animals, guides, blanket., foods
and all expenses will be SlOO,
which includes all of the regular ex
penses of a trip to tho Volcano. The
trip includes a three days' stay at tho
Volcano House after the return from
Applications for tickets should be
made immediately as the number will
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE.
Honolulu, June 21, 1S'.)2.
Yolcano House Rates
Special Rates For Families and
The Volcano House rales from and
after this date will be :
K'liind Trip, up and ictiirn by
same loute, 7 days !j!f0
Up by way of Ivan, return by
way of llilo, 11 d.iy& 70
Up bv wav of Hilo, return by
way Kan, 11 days $80
Bo.ud and Lodging at Volcano
House, $1 per day.
To Holders of Round Trip Tiokoln
staying over, and any one slaying
over five days, 3 a day for all excess
over live days.
To families or paities of four and
upwaids, holding lickots and Maying
over, or Maying after live days, .f2.f0
Chililieu under live, with patents,
Children between live and leu, half
KILAUEA VOLCANO HOUSE CO.
Juno 21, 18i)2.
loll lot 2(1 -It
HOUSE within IS minutes'
walk from Post Olllco,
eoutaiuini: Diuluirroom, Par
lor, II Large bized liedrooms, Kltehou,
I'autry. liuthrooiu, etc., etc. Address,
with full partieulais. "1. O. llox S7."
.Mi.. A NICE Cotlugo on Here
As& "'a street near Pllkol
iJSaif Btieet, containing I'arlor, Two
liedrooius, liathrooui. l)Iiiing-rooiu,
1'antry and Kitchen; Servant's Itnom,
Oairlago House, Stable, etc. Tramears
pass overj 20 minutes. Apply olllco of
this paper. 1S8 tf
FOJl KENT or L.EA.SE
rpilE l'lemlses on Emma
XSsr suuui iuiui- ui;cuMi'o uy
hiitiAkA. it. .Mioiio. a jvcw ami
Desirable House containing Khcheii,
Ratluooiu, ele , etc. Also, Omhouses
on die iiieuiises, will bo rented or
lea-ed Possession given 1st of July.
Apply on the ictnLcs.
j 1m A. B. NAONE.
liiu best tliiny; to hcikI to
your l'rioiuls abroad is King
IJroH.' IlluHtratetl Souvenir
of Hawaii, wiiicli is gotten
up lor the purpose and is
not an advertisement.
jssjz:, taev BRfriirorMnrR
Co., anil full information will be sup- UlllilUJ JLLUIAJ.
plied by said Company, Ji.. C. Mac-
KAUhANi:,Treasiiier,orL. A. Thukston,
Secretary of the Volcano Company.
IHI rr SBvUiiS fl BBfnir fiiTk
. u . ... ,
M iS 3 K M
HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahumanu Stroot, Ground Floor, with a
Lbfeb AiiorH of How Biol! ox " Enure."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Wedgewood & Other Fine Ware.
ftlew Rugs & Carpets.
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
ECS53 PRICES BEDUOEU. -2
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
rJ? II 12
Ornamental! Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Estaiiusiied
Ico Cleats k Refriprfc
China, Crockery S Glassware,
Dl'jntatlnn T.ink Imnlnmamc ftSiinnlioK1
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Vnnnnm nil To 'c I nlirtp'itiurt flilo 1
IUUUU1U UU UV. J JJUW11UUUJ5 uuu l JJ
Always the same; made by a special
process and always reliable.
Carbolincum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWAKE CO., L'd.,
Cummins New Block, Fort & Merchaut streets.
i Ws&znx'&r.ix v iTv .v Tzcr'wammc !'.
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
1UST RECEIVED BV
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
IO ywt Nijrcct. : : . : : : ISonnlnlii. II. I.
b Sa if
104 Fort Street,
Just Received a New Iavoice of the
Guaranteed to bo Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses & Children.
SoTTho Adeline Black Stocking. arts Ihe Best Made-
RrjLjft. TyiVAL 1'RK.MISES. 31
ciiliij LJ Beretanh street, opno-
Kitiialsitu Fort-btieot Church. Ap-
H. 1. L1LLIE,
AtThco. II. Huvles & Co.
rtr &3in -.mn
M- UtW 1UM.
. - -;,- v v iuw a. nm 11 tt 11 laiaiivii
rpWO Nicely Furnished
1. Rooms centrally located,
Enquire Kui.u;riK Olllee,
'if '.V yhtV'i ffSxaS'S sa a
3 ffiW iSi5'sSw---vSlft8. EK
il V E3SSfS5a7' SSa1rhiMJ5B.
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