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Graphic Description by ix Member
London, August . Tho di'tul is
dom. Mr. Qlndstouo is onoo more,
t'riino AliniMvr potuliiig n fow form
alities which nobody di'siros to ini
podo. You a ill hnvo hoard about
tho groat lAoitoimnit attonding
Thursday night's dobalo and tho
final voto. To my oyos tho wholo
business had a theatrical and arti
ficial look about it. Ono of our
papers speaks of tho "fato of the
members tioinbling in the balanco"
just bofoio tho division. What nou-
'-en'-o! "Wo, all of us know the result
days ago, and ocopt for death or
illness not a single voto could bo
a Hoc tod.
Hut an ovation had to begot up
for Gladstone, and his entry after
tho division was well timed for tho
puipose. Ho was kept back to the
last. Then a lano was mado for him
tlnough tho ciowd and all his party
stood up and shouted. Tho Irish
men worked themselves into a gen
uine fever. Tho old man walked to
his -eat caioworn and weary looking,
with a faint deprecating gesture, as
much as to say: " Do not make all
this russ about me: 1 am not woitliy
of it." And then his on hurried
him oil- to bed.
It was a cum dud hmi. 12oiy
'eat was taken and a lot of member
woio obliged to stand. New mem
bers woio fusing around a- if
they were about to decide the fate
of the universe. All this was a mat
ter of ooun-o. There was lion. Ed
ward Blake, without his sombrero hat,
out with an amazing display of shirt
fiont, sitting on tho Irish benches.
Mairy of tho new Nationalists woio
there, wild and unfettered in cries
and geneial behavior, interrupting
Mr. Chamberlain with veils and
gioans, and later on, when a mem
bor of tho Gooinment was foolishly
put up to speak, almost beside them
selves with lage.
Theio was Kerr Ilaulio with j el
low trousers, a brown flannel shiit
and a traveling cap, a costume which
ho never seems to change, even when
he goes to bed. None of your clean
shiit nonsense for this gentleman.
Mr. Blake might lend him one or
two of his majaia sliitt fronts the
nest time ho drives down to the
House with a brass band in a bank
holiday van with his poifrait ex
hibited. Tho Conservatives wero all as
spru6o as now pins, most of them in
evening dross and wearing gorgeous
llowors in their coats. There is a
gentleman with an oichid rivaling
Chamberlain's anil another ono with
the green carnations which young
dandies now afreet. Balfour has a
white rose, and Gladstone, opposite
him, .sports a red flower. Mai court
what's tho matter with Marcourt?
Ho fidgets about all thiough tho
night as though on a gridiron.
First ho comes in and has a long,
animated talk with Gladstone, and
t lion rushes out. Ton minutes later
another talk, and ho is off again; but
ho conies back, and seems as uneasy
as a man waiting to have a tooth
Indeed, on tho front of tho Glad
stoniaus there are no signs of joy
and victory. Morloy is grave, oven
downcast. What, with tho Welsh
party, with their ultimatum, and tho
Layor party with theirs, and the two
Irish sections with theirs and Mr.
Gladstone yielding to the weight of
eighty-three 3 oars, what sort of a
Government is possible? Would i(
bo rash enough to insuio its life over
189.'1? The rumor is that llarcourt
docs not want to take ollico at all.
Under tho present circumstances
Morloy must bo still less inelineYl.
Gladstone alone smiles when tho
iiguios are road out which proclaim
him tho successor of Loul Salisbury,
A more funereal paity utturued from
what is called victory I noer came
Why in tho world Balfour should,
at tho last hour, put up our horsey
fiioud Chaplin to speak no member
can guess. Tho House was tired of
debate and a winding-up speech was
not lequiicd. Poor Chaplin went
floundering into a bog of old
speeches, extracts f 10111 blue books,
and lakings and scrapings of tho
political dust heap. New niembers
who had novor scon him boforo pur
sued him with jeom, jilie.s and mock
ing laughter. His portly figure,
stumbling, thumping stylo of ora
torj'nwl dieary excursions beginning
"What did Mr. Gladstone do in 1885?
sont them into fits of mirth.
In tho midst of it all Dr. Tanner
walked down tho floor of tho House
with a huge glass of water in his
hand and coolly deposited it in
front of .Mr. Chaplin, tho most im
pudent thing 1 haoovor seen done
in the House of Commons. The
Speaker could not interfoio. Theto
was no broach of order, and jet it
was tho most insulting act that was
ever perpetrated. Tho Gladstonians
clawed Tanner till they wore hoarse,
diid (ho Conservatives could only
look glum, for Chaplin's speech voxed
their souls, also, and as midnight ap
proached and ho was still at it open
revolt nearly In olio out, Never did
a great Ministry die uttering so weak I
a last word as that.
I lion bells, bells, a rush into the 1
division lobby, tho checking of! of
our names by clerks and tho return
to the Mouse, a gieat reception to
Mr. Gladstone, ditto to Mr. Balfour,
Kadical yells on ono side, deep-
lunged Tory cheois on tho other, a
crush outside for cabs and carriages,
parting cheers for Balfour as he
walks homeward, and nil is over.
Thus ends a Ministry which lasted
sk years, and thus begins another
which is committed to a policy that
its own chief has never woiked out.
We tui 11 over a new page in English
political history. Already the hand
r fato begins to make faint marks
A MKMimn op 1hmmi:nt.
PAGO PAGO HARBOR.
England's Claim to a Coaling Sta
tion Admitted in Washington.
Washington, Aug. 6. There is
nothing more said at the State
Department regarding thosoi.uroof
Johnston Islands, as it seems to bo
tho impression that the United
Slates lost her lights by abandon
ment. The State Department olli
cials talk some, about Hie icported
seizure of I 'ago I'ago harbor. TI103
say that tho novvhp.ipeis are alvvajs
trving to stir up a contention be
tween the United Slates and Eng
land, uul that in this case iheio will
be no tumble. Tor Great Britain has
not seized I'ago I'.igo haibor, but is
inoioly piepaiing to estahii-'h a
coaling depot theie, to which tho
piivilege was granted her by Samoa
According to some of tliee offi
cials we have no exclusive piivilege
in Pago Pago haibor. Article second
of the tieaty between tho United
States and tho Samoaii Government,
adopted .January i. isi.s, s.ns:
''Naval vessels of the United States
shall have tho privilege of entering
and using part of Pago Pago and
establishing therein and on tho
shores thereof a station for coal and
other naval supplies for their naval
and commercial marine, and tho
Samoan Government will hereafter
neither oeiciso nor authorize any
jurisdiction within tho said part ad
verso to such rights of tho United
States or lostrictivo thereof."
Section seven of tho tieaty be
tween Gieat Britain and Samoa,
adopted August U7, 1880, says: "Her
Majesty, tho Queen of Gieat Britain,
11133 if she think fit, establish on tho
shores of a Samoan harbor to bo
hereafter designated by Her Majesty,
a naval station and coaling depot,
but this articlo shall not apply to
tho harbors of Apia or Saluafata, or
to that part of tho harbor of I'ago
Pago which ma' bo hereafter select
ed bj' tho Government of the United
States as a station under provisions
of tho treaty of 1878."
Under tho interpretation put upon
those sections by some of tho State
Department officials both the United
States and Groat Britain have tho
right to establish coaling stations in
Pago Pago harbor, tho United States
having tho first chance. Tho United
States has already selected its site
and unless England encroaches upon
the actual territory selected by our
country there will bo no trouble, s.13'
tho State Department officials. Our
rights to that harbor woro thought
to bo exclusive Ivy some Congiess-
111011 in 18SS), whon an appropriation
was made, viz.: "For tho survoj', im
provement and occupation of Pago
Pago, $100,000." Senator Sherman,
in his speech at that time, declared
that "(ho first thing to bo done is to
assort our power and occupancy of
Pago Pago bay and so much of tho
shoies of the Island of Tutuila as is
necessary for a coaling station."
Some Congressmen, expressed tho
belief that tho United States can,
under tho treat' of 1878, acquiio
title to tho whole shore lino of Pago
Pago. Wo have already purchased
from tho Government an island and
half a mile of tho opposite shore,
and this is a small part of what Ad
miral Kimhorly recommended should
Saved a Woman's Ijifo.
M"r. J. E. Thorongligood, writing
from Georgetown, Dolawaro, says:
"Two toaspoonfuls of Ohamborlain's
Colic, Cholora and Diarrhoea Honi
ed' haved tho lifo of Mrs. Jano
Thomas, of Huh plaeo." Ho also
hlatt'n that bovoral other vory bad
eaws of bowol complaint thoro hnvo
boon cured by this roinody, For
salo by all doalurs. Bonson, Smith
& Co,, Agonts.
Old Rags Wanted.
Oloan vvhilo rags,Biiilablo forband
agos, aio wanted for nso at tho Bishop
Homo and tho Boys' Homo, Lopor
Settlement, Molokai. King tip 281
Mnttial telephone, and thoy will bo
.sunt for; or loavo tho same at tho
ollico of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. Watorhoiibo's, Queen street.
rpjiu wi:i:iciy nui.iii:TiN-LM coi.-
J. iiinii.sof IntcroHtiiiK Heading Mutter.
Islandi, $1; mulled to foreign countries, $5.
YOUXO MAN ULHIltlCS A J'OBI
llon as Couehiuaii in a prlvutu
family, Address "K," this ollice.
BREWERS OF FINE B
Manufactured from Pure Malt
flfXii ('urn or Corn Preparation used in place of Mnlt, a Is done ly other l"at
rrjHrores,Jj2.rJurJonpaiitlio cost of their Ilccr, and to compete witli our
iviirld-ruiiovrni'ifniv irfiTsvTunicil art Icle. SP. 'H Z 2
With the Compietion of the Wew Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Srewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: C keltic, every 24 hours, G.000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of IvLot.rial: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. IIopi : 7,"00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the ANiiFUsr.u-r.uscu Dr.nR. It is. therefore, the highest priced but the
lost wholesome and really the leas'; expensive for its superior quality.
VNNUALSim'PijJr CAivn rv ; 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs, o
Tlic Aniii.iisi ii-Ituici' Co. have cuiii'd oil' tins Iliglii'sl Honors and Hip Hilicst
Class Gold Medals vvhcicvcr lliuy Imvo compctt'd. At all of 11m lnlc111ation.1l l'.liil)i
tions tliroii(;lioiit tlie vvoild tlii'ii lici-r llxctdU'd All t)tlioisl
This Cuiii).uiy lmvc iici.iied n Spirinl lSi.ind of llieir H ilif-t Ciade 1'ci'i Xi tlio
Hawaiian Islands, known as "SI'IX'IAI. llltllW," willi a liand-omo l.ilx-1 and in Wliito
ltultles, which, vvilli Hii'irlK-st "KXl'OliT AMUHIKHI!" in D.ul. lioltlcs, hciclofoio
iiiiiortcd, wc will now supply to thoTr.ido in (Jicintltics to Suit.
Hartford Firo Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ins. Co.,
Now York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Ooffee
AT ALL HOURS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON' HANI).
H. J. KTOLI'EJ, Prop,
Island Shells and Curios I
for t)ush, at 101 Fort stieet, helweiui
Khluis' Dry (loods Ktore and Finnic (icit.'K
Shoostom. asatf T. TAXNArr.
and Highest Grade Hops!
G-. "W. MACFARLAWE & CO.,
Aiints for llio Hawaiian Inlands.
6. IRWIN k CO.
OFPKH KOI! hALl!
Lime : and : Gemeiit,
PAHAI'TINi: 1'AINT CO.'fe
Compounds and Roofing,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering,
Wool Dust, Bone Meal, Fish Guano.
ALSO Ill'L'K .t OIILANDPH
High Grade Chemical Cane Manuro.
Grass Seeds :
Cocksfoot, Rye GrS3 and Clovers.
KAIltllWIv CANNINd CO.'S
In 1 mid 'J Hi Tin.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
81 KING ST. -M
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
- AXl) -
G. J. "Waller,
7 CAUTION tin? 1'illdle nmilli-t tho ollcr
L ini'M of "Normal Sanitary .linger
I'ndcnw'ar" advcrti'cd liy lUi-i'iilpnliiiis
houses to mislead the public. The
Genuine Normal Sainry
J!W" Cannot ho imicluised there,
onlv at my Store.
1'or the Hawaiian Islands of I)i. med. CI.
Jailer's .saniiaiv rndi'ivvcnr.
IS SlIOWlN'U A
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IX '1 IIH
Now so Popular
AND AT THICKS WHICH YOU W1I.I.
coXhiii:i! i:x(:i:i)ixui.Y low
roit such limn citADi: coodp.
t. : si vi ill'.
V. V. IIOIATKI!.
l'oit st.. over U. (loit.'s hi 100 Stoic.
YIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
&11H1 :is Xativui MnUiii); I'ui (ii.i'-M Hoiihm
Iliiwaiiiin Sljlo Killing Ihiliihnl.i
D.iiiot'is C'oi'o.inut (Jmim'n l'.ilm
and D.itf (iiuvi". Stii'it View1
and lliiilillnj;'. WnrVr-'M.'l'i
Shiiiiii; and ilaiiiu'
Views, Kti1., Ktr.
AImi 11 Lingo Oolk'i'tion of all I'loinincnt
and Inli'ifsting Views of tho Hawaiian
Islands, idtiu'r .Mointcd or Llniiionnti'd.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made Ui to Oului at tho most Iti'.i'-onalilc
I'ati's in Jlnuoliilii.
Cabineis SG and S5 a Dozen.
natl l'. O. l!o i')-, -- tf
Win. G. Irwin & Co.
Win. fi. Irw in, - I'icsideiit and Maniigci
(.'Inns Sieclels, - - - - Yico-1'iesidunt
W. M. (iillmil, - Sicrotaiy and Trc.isiiici
Then. ('. J'ortLr ------ Auditor
UillNTS or TIIK
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OK SAX FlIAXOIbCO, C'AL.
.1. t). Carter
(1. II. ltoheiuou.
J). K. IUnIioii.
W. '. Allen
Hon. C. It. Illshop
S. C. Allen
l'lesideul and Manager
1 eel 01 s
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will M'll nt the Von- Lowest
we will M'll nt the Verv
.Maiktt Jtiiu-H for Cash.'
TELEPHONE - - Mutual 19
For MoulttiiiijH, l'tamr, I'utiteU, A to
tijptH, J'holojjriu'unn, HWUinijn, mid
rverylhiwj in Ike liur of J'iclurcx, y (0
Kiny Jtrai.t Hold street.
H. F. WICHMAM
IMPOllTUll AND IMUliKIl IN
Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves cSc ZEriscfruLres,
nOUSElvBEPrNC (K)ODS &KITClIIiJX UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GHAY and SILVUH-PLATKD;
LA i i PS & CH ANDE LlEJiS,
Crockery, RtilDlosr Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Niw. '.)." & !)7 KING STREET.
Mfl"J n 0Ki
sr n r
e iiiie Assura
OF TFrE ITXTTET) STATES.
BRUCE & A. J. OAJRTWRIGHT,
Gonoitil Auunls for Hawaiian l.slands.
mrouTKit and di:ali:r i
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
g&- ALWAYS ON HAND &$
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
gSf All Oidors faithfully atlcndod to.
solicited and packed villi cine.
LINCOLK BLOCK, King Street -
TELEPHONE 111). -
WEST CORNER NUUANU & KING STREETS.
P. 0. Box 480. Mutual Telephone 90.
IF YOU WAXT TO BAVH TI.Mi: AX1) JIOXKV IiUY YOUIl KUHXI-
Ti'itr. a'p tiii: ixl. couxi:it xultamt a kixj STitKirrs.
I'OUNI) The jilaee to liny Xow CKfHSB 63gH and Second-hand Km nituro of nil
kinds at Lonct I'licus: Tho' 1XL, rtT jfy coiner Xuiianii and King streets.
liediomii Sots, Waidrolies, Ico Ky I!oes, Stoves, CliaiiH, llnnglng
I.ainiis, lliigiJiueaUhjChulIoiilers, oSK itt', ''' t'henii for Cash at the
I X L, comer Xuimnu and King Jy& streets.
bteaiuer and Veranda Chillis, rW JjPi BoTas, Hed Lounges, llahy Orilis,
Clothes 11 isl.ets, Sewing Machines. Ksasn BSKaSa Whatnots, Meat tjafes,Triiiiks,etc.,
.soul 111 tun Lowest l asii. I'nces at tlio 1 -v l. :ow and M-'euiKl-liiinil I'lir
nituie House, coinei Xuiianii and King utieets.
S. "W. LEDERER, Proprietor.
STORE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 O'CLOCK.
LEWIS & GO-,
ti:m:i'hoxk 2ioi m PORT STREET. i 0. uox liu
- iMi'oimiits, wnoLr.s.VLi: and iu:taii, healths in
Groceries and Provisions.
OX Ki: lly each steanier of tlio O. 8. H. Co. from California Vresh California Jtoll
llutter, Kiouu 0teis and 1'iesh California Fiults, Kluli, Oaiiio, Vegetahlos, otc.
A complete lino of Cioio it Jllackwull'ti and .1. T. Morton's Canned and llottled Goods
always 011 hand.
.lusl iccclvcd n I'le-di Line of Clciiiian l'atcs and Totted Mwits and Bottled I'rosoivcd
j Fiults, Lewis A I'o.'h .Multeso lliand Kiigar Cured Hums mid llaiou, New Hreakfat-t
Ceieals, Cream Oat Flakes and Cicaiii Wheat Flakes, KIcll) Luinons, California Hiver-
Hlim uninges, uregon iiiiiimniv j'oiiuoos,
'MILl'H'lIONi: !).. 1 0. IlOX 1 in.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
lMTOItTIUIS AND DKALKItB IN
Groceries, Provisions a.nc3. FetBci.
New (loods lleioived hy Hveiy 1'acket fioni tho Hiislern blatesaud lauojiu.
FltKSH CALIFOltNIA IMtODUCi: ltY l'.VIJItY &TKAMI2U.
All Ordeis faithfully attended to and (looiN dellveied to any i:ut of the City flee.
Inland Oideis sollcilcd. Satisfaction giiaiauteed.
23a.st Corner IToi't 8s KLinss Streets.
(ni.w nu.t.riiN ni.itii;, mciiciiamt htiiuirrj
KEAL ESTA.TE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY HUSINKBB KNTUUBTKD TO Mil WILL JtKtJIJIVIJ I'KOMIM' ATTKNTION,
Satisfaction Kiiai.intecd. Inland Older
- Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
etc. riiiisiitction giiiiriinteeu.
oce oc eiY