Newspaper Page Text
Tho Advertiser's Throat.
Tito Advert isor this morning
threatens to publish tho names ot
all those who signed tho petition in
favor ot tho lottery scheme. As one
ot tho mechanics who signed the
petition, permit mo to say a few
words in regard to the matter. It is
to bo hoped tho paper will keep its
word in order Hint tho signers who
have tho courage of thoir convictions
can seo how many cowards will
hasten to withdraw thoirnmnesaftor
tho Advertiser's threat. Tho edify
ing spectacle is presented of a sheet
that engineered tho most gigantic
gambling deal that ever took place
in this city, posing as the champion
of virtue and morality. It is well
known in this community that the
so-called "base-ball favorite" elec
tion scheme was a lottery gamble
pure and simple; that the Advertiser
printed half-page iuos containing
the ballots, and sold them in bulk to
local sports that bets might bes-nfely
made upon the success of a ccitain
candidate; that hundreds of dollars
changed hands on tho result. Yet
the paper calls the people who sign
ed a petition hir a bona fide lottery. to
be under governmental contvol, and
that would be the means of again
placing tho kingdom on a sound
financial basis, "suckers," and .-peaks
pityingly of the "good nature" and
"simplicity" of John Tliillips, etc.
It also compliments Air. Hush in a
short editorial for his opposition to
the bill in Ka Leo. This must be
ospeeiallj' gratifying to 31 r. Hush
considering the AdveitiVer's course
toward him in the not distant past.
The leal -",iding of Air. Bush is
prett- well known, and it is not per
haps necessary to allude to certain
The Advertiser acts solely with
tho desire to protect the natives and
the working classes from themselves
and on other high moral grounds
if we oan believe it. its "aloha"
for the "workers" is understood.
When the lirst whispers of "hard
times" caino the papor bristled with
dark forebodings and spoke of tho
necessity of "reducing wages," and
at a time when its alleged news
columns wero full of "locals" telling
of its rapidly increasing subscription
lists and advertisements it reduced
tho wages of its printers live iorcout,
something that, I am glad to say,
tho industrial concerns of tho town
have not yet done. 1 do not gamble
novor played a game of cards for
money yot, and have no sympathy
for those who loao 1)3 gambling,
since I believe that the lo&er should
take to himself the consolation of
tho old saw, "a fool and his money
is soon parted." If wo can believe
tho Advertiser, gambling of all
kinds, including lotteries, is rife
hero, and I think it better to allow
tho Government to derive a revenue
by licensing a legitimate concern
than to have tho same thing done
secretly with tho connivance of tho
police. Kalpii Tujiner.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1892.
What the Presidoncy Costs Business.
Tho x'oriod over vliicli tho dopics.s
ing influonccs of a national olcction
extends is tho four month's imme
diately preceding ono of these events.
For this third of the year, tho ordi
nary volume of transactions of the
internal commerce of tho country is
five thousand millions of dollars.
Tho proportion of business lost, in
consequence of and during a J'lesi
dential campaign has boon moderate
ly estimated by many practical busi
ness men at ten percent. This would
bo live hundred millions of dollars.
Those wore tho estimates made right
after tho last general election nearly
four years ago. Both of these items
have grown since then. This item
of loss will Iceep on augmenting with
tho growth of tho business of this
country. These evils are cumula
tive. Each recurring Presidential
election win prove a heavier burden
to tho industrial and business classes.
Taking these figures of four j-ears
ago as still truo although doubt
loss, tho present facts are more
sorious than those estimates tho
Now York Evening Telegram very
pertinently and sensibly asks: What
aro tho Presidential elections cost
ing tho country? Five hundred mil
lions of dollars every four jears. In
othor words, one hundred and
twonty-iivo millions of dollars is tho
annual tax which tho business men
and, in thoir turn, all classes of
citizens aro paying for tho luxury
of saying which man shall bo 1'tosi
dont, what set of men shall be put
in tho oflicos and what policy shall
prevail, fn yet othor words, every
four of thoso elections cost tho
country about tho amount of tho
national dobt which was loft at tho
close of four years of war one of
tho most gigantic and prodigal that
tho world has over seen.
Is it possible to realize tho mean
ing of theso figures, tho universal
and the irremediable nature of these
lossesT Losses to tho general busi
ness aro incalculably worse than
more expenditures, Thoy aro never
repaired. Thoy bring no compensa
tion. They aro far nioro insidious
aud fateful for being indirect. Could
tho businesses, industries and enter
prises of the country, without any
other interruption to their prosper
ity, bo merely subjected to tho
amount of this tax and contribute
.?l'25,t)0O,(XH) a year that was thou
paid out and icturned to tho chan
nels of trade, tho burden ot tho tax
levy would prove comparatively
t rival. It wovdd return some bene
fits. It is tho annihilation of this
volume of internal commerce which
makes our Presidential elections
such a serious burden.- Gryrr's Sta
tioner, AVie York.
DO YOU FOLLOW ME?
Till' "Tol'HIKT (V
u u" Is iiiihIo of
n lut TurkNli Tobac
co Killer with lln
vnnu Wrapper of
superior grade, tt ml
without paper; pro
nounced ny coiiiioIh
euri to be tin1 tlui'xt
I 11(1 ipi'!lllll
U de-died. Hcalth
lor mid better than
u ci gave tto for a
"between eour-i' "
9- Ak your
dealer for them I
The Kuboy & Co. Branch ot tho American
Cigarette Co., Honolulu.
Election of Ofllcors.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T TUB AD.IOUUNKJ)
XV Meeting of tlie Stockholder of the
uinwaiu ( oinpanv Held Aug. -t, is'.ij, ar
theollleeof . (l.'lrwln .V Co., (l.'d), the
following OIIhtpi wuie i
during tlie ensuing vear:
V. 0. Irwin
V. V. .Maefarlanc
('. ltosse . . . i .t '
iioahii or niiii:cTou':
W. (i. 1 1 win, V. W. Macfarlano and
SlO-hv .Secretary pro tern.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till-: AIMOUUNKI) ANNUAL
Meeting of thu Stockholders of the
Waiohinu Agricultual it (1 razing Co. held
this day, the following Olllcers were eleeted
for the ensuing year:
President .. Hon. W. fl. Irwin,
Viee-i'resident. .Mr. J. M. Monsarrut,
,t . .Hon. 0. 1'. Iaukca,
Auditor ... .Hon. W. M. Oifl'ard.
V. fl. Irwin, .1. M. Monsarrat, C. l
laukea, .1. Kauhane, .1. 1). Paris.
0. P. 1ATJKKA,
Secretary W. A. A; 0. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, lhilj. GOS-lin
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A TTIIK AXXUAI,MKET1X0 0KT11E
Stockholders of tlie Hoiioiiiu Suirar
company jium litis oav, (lie louowiug
OlHeui-s weiu eleeted for tlie ensuing year:
Piesident ... ... .Tom May,
Treasurer (ieo. II. Uobertson,
Secretary ... A. 0. I.ovekin,
Auditor . . V. Wundcnberg,
( .1. 0. Carter
Directors -( it
(Win. 0. IJrush.
A. C. I.0VKKIN,
Secretary Hoiioiiiu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 1U, 1MK. -UKi-lm
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till-: ANNUAL MKKTIXU OF
the Stockholders of the HANALKI
SUtJAIt M ILL COM PAXY, held this day,
the following Ollieers were elected for the
Pies' it.,t Chas. L. Carter, Esq.
Vlee-Presiiknt.. Hon. .1. N. S. Williams
Sei-retarj I. O. Carter
Treiisiuei-.. . Geo. H. Kobertson
.Vmlitor ... I. 0, Carter
Who aa also Directors of tho Company.
J. 0. 15AKTNK,
Secretary II. S. M. Co.
Honolulu,. Inly 1, lh!. ' 471-in
. To Let or Ieaso.
trally located. lniiiiie at
jini.i.i ti.n umce. ;s,),i-ii
1 CottiiKe at AlakiUi,
near Iteretania street car.
Kent .fill. Apply this oflicc.
DUVAL I'UHMIBKS, :tt ywv, - .
llcietania street, on- StripZth
po-ite Kort street ehnrcli. JOuiffifSw
Apply to It. I. l.lUJIv, iiSsiSs'
ilo-.'-tf At Theo. II. Dnvies A- Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpV0 COTTAOKH TO
J. Let one on Merchant
street and one on Fort
street next to school house.
Apply to W. .McOANDld-Jh.S.
Nkw Housi-: of Kivi-:
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Jlntlirouin, pat
ent w. ('.. ete. Commands
one of the Ilnest views In Honolulu. Apply
.. IT-? r I ( m'aV
iyj iii-vy (ii.,, j.a,
HOUSE TO LET.
JL Ktory DwullttiK 'in
Pnuchhowl street, between
Iteretania and Kim;, occu
pied by thu undersigned to whom apply
for particulars. W. 8. I,Ul 'l!.
ANION C0TTA0K ON
Horetania street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Parlor, 2 ISedrooms. Itatli-
iooiii, Diniugrooiii, Pantry mid Kitchen,
Hervant's room, Carriage Jlouso, Stable, etc.
Tramcars puss every t!U minutes. Apply at
(ifllee of this pjipcr. 4M-tt
' I 'VI l'4'W i I H '. J w
1 New Hunting ,
Cuso Oold Watch for P:
u Horse, llriiku and 1 1
Harness. Apply nt
SEPT. 2, 1892.
RE GrAT T A
1 YACHT ItACi: 1st V.a.
Cnnm:: -Stinting from a line drawn In
extension of tlie I'earl City wlituf, down
the iiiaiii eliatiuel, to the iiioutli of the
I mil pi ir, near tlie reef, tacking around the
stake boat; thence up tlie iiiiiiu chaiuiel
to the Hoiioulitili l.och, up the Hoiioiiliuli
l.och to and taekiug around u stake boat
at the head of this Loch opposite liohin-t-on'i
landing; thence out ol the Holiouli
uli Iieh up the main channel, passing
between Fold's Island and the Miinana
Peninsula, to thu windward of Fold's Isl
and, thence down theehannel lying east of
Ford's Island, making a eiieuit of Ford's
Island; theneo to the point of eoiniuenee
munt. --YACHT ItACi:
Startinu from a lino drawn in '
extension of the Pearl City wharf, down
the main channel, to the mouth of the '
harbor near the reef, tacking around the
stake boat; thence up the main channel,
passing between Ford's Island and the
Mamma Peninsula, to the windward of
Ford's Island: thence down the channel
lying Kimt of Ford's Island, making the ,
circuit of foul's Island ; thence to the point
of commencement. i
li YACHT ltACF ;tn Ci,ss. For open '
Itoats under IS feet length. 1st Pn.c,
fM; 2d Prize, $10.
( oi'usi:: From starting, point, same as
in ltaecs 1 and L', to windward of Foul's
Island, making circuit of said Island,
thence to point of commencement.
Yachts will assemble oil' the foot of I.e
luiii Avenue in Pearl City Peninsula at !)
A preparatory gun will be lired on the
Judge's boat at"!) :,10 a. m. Tlie stinting
gun win no nreu at lu a. m. suaip.
Tho start will be allying one; the times
of each yaelit being taken as she crosses
the line) but no yacht shall bo allowed
more than ten minutes within which to
start after the signal to stait has been
Time allowance, one minute to the ton.
Lnch yacht must carry at her lnaintop
niast head a distinguishing Hag of a suit
able size, which must not be hauled down
unless she gives up tho race.
Kacli yacht must carry during tho race
no mure than tho usual anehois and chains,
which must not he used as shipping ballast
or for altering the trim of the yacht. No
hags of shot sliall be on hoard and all bal
last shall bo properly stowed under the
platforms or in lockers and shall not be
shipped or trimmed in any way whatever
during the race.
No restriction as to ipiantity of sail.
4-SIX OAUKD DOATS-SuniNo Si:its.
Couusk: Starting from a Jino drawn in
extension of the Pearl City wharf, to mid
round a stake boat at the bead of Waipio
l.och, thence to point of commencement.
.-.-KOUK OAltUI) DOATS-.Smii.nii Si: is.
Couitsr.: Same as in Uace No. I.
l S1A UAI.KI) JtOATS ril'.MIoNMlV
Si:ats. 1st Prize, o; lm Pii.o, tflO.
Cnniwu: Same as in Ibices I and .";
course to ju pulled over twice.
N. D. Tlie lfegatta llaccs will be under
the rules adopted by the Hawaiian Mowing
it Yachting Association, copies of which
can be obtained fiom 0. Asiii.i:y.
In all races, two or more boats must start
to make a race.
Tho rowing races will take place at 1 e.M.
The signal gun -will be llrcd from the
.ludgu's stand at V2:'M o'clock.
Signal for the competing boats to as-eiu-blo
at the starting lino will be tlie firing of
it gun ten minutes before the start of each
W-I.ist of entries will be open at the
otlli'u of thu Sm-iiuiNriiNiiiiNi oi tliii (him
JtAIMVAV ANIl l.ANI) CoMl'ANV, lllltll li
o'clock noon, August ;ilst, ltU.
Jiniii:n: (. II, Wilson, V. M. (Dlliiril,
(ant, .1. A. Mug.
,Ios. Hitbasli, W. K. I.ove.
Prizes of tho abovu races are now
on lCxliibition at the Pacikio IIaiiiiwaui:
Co.'s KroiiK, Kort street.
Trains will Leave Honolulu for Pearl City
Peninsula at 7:30, 9, 10, 11, 12, a. m.,
and 1, 2, 3, 4 and 4:30 p. m.
Returning will Leavo Pearl City Peninsula
for Honolulu EVEKY HOUR.
Grand Picnic & Ba
AT KEMOND GROVE
On the Hiimi date given by the
Sons of SI. Gnoif! Soeiiiy
MUSIC will bo in attendance for
Dancing during the day and evening,
W-OAMKS for the Ladles and Child
ren, with Prizes,
"" Ample provision has been made
for Itefrushiuents both on thu Peninsula
and lleinoiid drove.
50c. -ROUND TRIP-50c.
"..tovw . ra
BREWERS OF FII
Manufactured from Pure Malt
jrjfSX(i t'orn or Corn Preparations used in place of Malt, ns is done by other V. ist
ern Hicwcrics, In " lei' to cheaeu the cost of their lleer, and to compete with our
woi-ld-i-enowned nn.l justly faille I m-ticle.'TZr; Z. i,r'S5i3 "ZI ""
With the Completion of the Wew Brewhouse,
the Breving: Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: 6 kettles every 24 hours, G,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 32,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,n00 lbs. per flay 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Prennriitioiis are used in the manufacture
of the ANiiuusr.K-I3usctr Bkf.r. It is, therefore, the highest priced but the
oost tcholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
AnnijalShu'IUNC Capacitv t 00,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The Amii-.iisi:i:-I!itki-ii Co.'lmve carried oil' the Iliglii'sl Honor :ind (lie Hiliest
Cine!) Oold MediiiH wherever they Juive i-iiniiul(-il. At nil of l he Inlei-niitioiial Inhibi
tion" throughout thu world their lieur Uxeelled All OtliersI
This Company have prepared a Special Drand of their Highest fiiade lleer for the
Hawaiian Islands, known as "SPECIAL Itltl'.W," with a hand-onie label and in White
Ilottles, which, with their bc-t "KNI'OUT ANlUHlSICIt" in Dark ISottlcs, lieieloforc
imported, we will now Mipply to the Trade in Quantities to Suit.
(ntav in ij.r.Tix nr.oi
"Five Instirance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY IIUSINKSS KNTItlTSTKD TO MB WILL ItKOHI VK PIIOMPT ATTKNTION.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.'
OKKKll KOlt SALIC
ALIA'. eim-M A HIINri'
Celebrated lligli Grado Cauo Manures.
Wo are also prepared to tnKo orders for
Iwlossra, 2ST. Olalaixclt &c Co.'s
IiHiiring prompt delivery.
ff This Is a superior Paint Oil, eoii
suiuing ln,-s iigment than Miisccd Oil, mid
giving a lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drieis it gives a splendid lli.or
FairbankCauniuy Co.'s Corned Beof
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Heed's Patent Steam Pipe Coverlnt.
Jarboos' Diamond, Enamel & Evor
Hapccially designed for Vacuum Pans,
KTfc YT Pi n TY I n
u n v r u Kim
3W J bJ J JLJL I
and Highest Grade Hops!
G-. "W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Aironts for tln Hawaiian Lslands.
k, j:i:nci!AXT stiikktj
A mm m&Li
LIFE AND .
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancasliiro Fire Ins. Co.,
Tluimosaud Heraey Blarine Ins. Co.,
Now York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0, BERGER,
General Afleut for Hawaiian Islands.
Mrxuri, Kiwj Hrox.un' uluuvhifi nflne
line ( Jiiimhmi anil othet xliik, J'urhr
linxels, Wall litttekeh, ttntl Window
Cotnka, al Price lu meet the limes,
7 CAUTION the Public against the oller
I. lugs of "Normal Sanitary .Ineger
Underwear" advertised by iiii'crupuloUH
houses to mislead the public, Thu
J .A.Hj Gt-j33FL
I S? Cannot be purchased there, but
i onlj lit in Store.
I soriE jft-ajaisTT
Tor 111.- llav nihiti Nlund' of l'r. ine.l. (I.
.Ineger' i S.i!il!ni-. Undiitieiir.
Golden Rule ikmr,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
KIT I, I, MNK OK-
At prices which wo PsttililMicd on
coiniueiiciug CASH l!usini"-s.
TurJdsli Eatli Soap, 4 (Ja'ics 25 cts.
Faiina Bouquet, 4 (Jakes 25 ct3.
Oatmeal ?"?", Or.'cea 25 cU.
Curly Maple, 4 Ca!:os 25 uts.
And Other Scaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
&- Se o.ir 1 ine Unc of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
SSF" Call and see our Goods befnie buy
ing el-ewhere. Last but not least
a i. mkii: v.I!ii:tv or
Novels & Popular Bound Books.
FINE CANBIES !
I-IART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish to inform the Public of Hono
lulu and all icidcnts of the other
Islands that they have secured tlio
services of Mr. Clmiles I.udwig-en,
an expert Candy Maker of long ex
perience, and who is p.uticiilarly
familiar with the ta'-tesof all lovers
Having recently made great im
provements and added new machin
ery to our extensive Candy Kactory,
wo aro now better able than over
before to supply the public with
High (Iradu Confections of Uiisnr-pa-sed
Quality and Strictly l'uro
and AVliolooiiii' Material. Our
motto will always bo
"not now eiiiiM", iiut now noon"
call we make the Oandius.
Yours, anxious to plea-e,
HAItT .t CO.
Hmti: lei; Ciiium 1'aui.oIh
ANIl O.lNliY KlCTOHV.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co,,
yEtna Fire Insurance Co,,
Union Insurance Co,,
OK BAN KIIANCIHCO, OAI,.
WII.I. UKHUMK HIS
Residence 13 Emma St, Mutual Tel, 321,
For Mtmlilinyit, Frames, I'ustels, Arlo-
i ttjies, J'hototntvuirx, lilvhinii, and
i reerylliiwj in the line of I'Miir?, jjo to
I Ktny Jlros., llidel street.
IS SHOWINO A
Now so Popular
AND AT PltlOKS WHICH YOU Wild.
CONSIDKl! i:XCKl-:i)IN(H,Y LOW
roil SUCH HH1H tUtAHl-: HOODS.
T. I', HnvilllN.
a. w. lioin mi.
Fort st., over 1 liertz's Shoe Store.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such aa Natives Making Poi (lras IIoum'S
Hawaiian Style Hiding Hulahiila
Dancers Cocoannt droves Pal in
and Dale ttioves Street Views
and Iliilldings War Vessels
Shipping and Marinu
Views, Kite., Kte.
Al'-nn Large Collection of all Proininent
and Interesting Views of the Hawaiian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made up to Older at the most l!enonablo
Utiles in Honolulu.
Cabinets S6 and S5 a Dozen.
I(l 1. O. Uox-HB If
Wm. G. Irwin & Go.
Wm. (i. Irwin, - Pic-ident and Jfunager
Clans Nprecki'ls, - - - - Vice-President
M. (iiii'ard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Thco. ('. Porter ------ Auditor
aokxts or the
Oceanic Steamship Company,
Ol'' SAX KUANC1SC0, OAI..
G. BREWER & CO.
,f. O. Carter President and M imager
(i. II. Uobertson Treasurer
K. K. lllxlio) Secretary
W. V. Allen Auditor
Hon. O. It. llishop 1
S. O. Allen Directors
II. Waterhouse )
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea and Coffee
AT ALL 1IOUHS.
THE FTNEST liKANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HANI).
H. J. ITOLTE, Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
G. J. Waller,
HUSTAOE & CO.,
"WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Wliicli wo will cell at the Very Lowest
Maiket Hates for OiihIi.
Bell 414 TELEPHONE - Mutual 19
A KUIXriPf 01' IIOUKKIIOI.I) KUIt
1 iiiluie us it stands, The I.ean of
the l'l-oiuiH' So, H'i Kort street, in also
oll'iired for ilUosul, Kintlicr jiartieular
on application to
l!H-tf On thu pieiuUeu.
i) JIOHSHl'OWKU Ul'ltKIHT HAXTHIt
U ICugiiui anil Holler, in good working
order, Por pailloularM or lurnin upidy to thu
' IJUUdiTlN OFlK)H,