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Tho Ijottory Franchise.
Editor Bulletin :
Tho Advert isor ot lliis morning in
its old-tinio stylo, wliioh reminds its
rondora of tho utterances ot tho
Friend and other missionary organs
combines abuse of ,o promoteis of
tiro lottery franchise, with a daring
attempt to terrorio and bulldo.e
those of tho citizens who have had
tho temerity (?) to sign a petition
without waiting to hear the auto
cratic fiat of that groat organ. Oh!
13o thou merciful to us, paper poton-
tato. EwrciMj your so much talked
of and so little practiced Chiistiau
forbearance, and don't publish our
names. Spare us, good Loul, from
blatant folly and hypociisy!
Would it not be equally just were
tho promoters and signers to threa
ten to exposo the names ot those
who aro using every mean", even to
diro and awful tlneats, to pun out
tho passago of a bill that will bring
millions to our depleted treasury,
hundred of salaried workers to our
shores to live and spend their earn
ings here, and thousands of tourists
to leave their money with us, not to
speak of tho benefits that must come
with a heavy subsidised cable, and
increased and cheaper means of
transit to our shores. God knows
Hawaii cannot be much worse
off than she is now, and when
such a chance of continued pros
perity is hold out to us, shall
a fow capitalists, who have made
tho money here, and are hoaul
ing it up for their own benefit and
tho nation's downfall, shall thoy, 1
say, crush and ruin this our last
hope? It is easy to understand that
tho two banks aro opposed to it, for
a largo bank will be one of the first
necessities of tho franchise. It is no
matter how long hitherto nr hao
boon compelled to submit to the
three-ball institution. Those who
come to invest millions will hae
reasonable bank accommodations at
fair rates, consequently we must have
a now bank. That tho missionary
merchant, with his barnacle faniilj,
does not want the franchise is self
ovident, as it will bo tho downfall of
all his carofullj" built-up dogmas,
and those who have tor j-eais con
trolled tho imports of tho count ry,
and whoso offspring hao gobbled
up every position that was worth
having, will find that their day is
over, and that tho tide of public
opinion has swept them aside. 1
don't think that one of the .signers
of tho petition cares any nioio for
tho throat of tho Advertiser, to pub
lish their name, than they do for
tho wind' and illogical articlo in
which the threat is embodied. Tlneo
times does tho editor give us the
"chestnut," ''History repeats itself."
Lot me add, "Tho cackle of a gooo
saved Rome," but his cackle will not
causo the loss of tho lottery fran
chise. Common Scx.se.
A Iiittlo Horotno.
Bartlott Springs, August 12.
Brightoyed Tillio Haynes, tho fourteen-year-old
daughter of a farmer
living in Low Gap, ten miles from
Hart let t Springs, lias tho twenty rat
tles of one of tho biggest rattle
snakes ever seen in this section. Sho
is more proud of them than was
Ciesar of the spoils of conquered
Gaul. Her pride is pardonable, for
sho killed tho reptilo a fow days ago
herself with only a stout stick for a
weapon. Tillio told mo the story of
thu battle in her naivo and child-like
w ay :
"I went after the cows across tho
canyon the other o ouing and was
reluming up the trail toward homo,
and just as the cows weio passing
that rock," a quaitor ot a niilo dis
tant, "I heaid a rattling noise and
t he cows got scared at it and ran all
the way home and 1 went to seo what
it was, and just as 1 peeped under
some bmsh I saw a big monster of a
snake spring down from ofT the lock
diiectly oxer my head. I dodged as
quickly as I could, but felt the snake
brush my shoulder as ho passed over
mo. I got up and started to run,
bid the snako kept springing at mo
as fast as lie couldwith its forked
tongue darting out and its eyes (lash
ing like lire, but 1 managed to get
.A. F-A.3STA.OB-A. FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs,
i A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
St. XjOTJ-is, HVEo.
BcwUrc of Imitations!
BREWERS OF FINE BEER
Manufactured from Pure Malt and Highest Grade Hops! J
No Com or Coin Pu'ii'iraHniii n.(.il in place of Mull, sit is tlonc 1J- oilier lul-
cm Drew eric, In order to cheapen tin- coil of their lti'or, mid to compete with our
world-renowned and jully famed article.
Mr. J. I..
" looked back and saw the
thing coiled up in tho trail so 1
could not go home. 1 called for
papa, but ho could not hear me and
I began to cry, but I stopped crying
as soon as I could, as it did not help
me, and got a stick and wont up to
him to drive him away. His eyes I
looked so wicked ami his mouth so
cruel I was afraid to hit him and
went and cried again until 1 was
almost sick. When I got through
crying I made up my mind I
would kill that snako if ho did
not lot mo go homo. I went and
struck him with the stick, but it
broke and tho snako fought furious
ly. I got a stick and went back. He
looked awfully wicked. I shut my
oyes and came down with my stick
with a whack and broke his back,
and then 1 gave it to him good until
ho died. Look," said Tillio, holding
up something in her hand, "these
are his rattles, twenty of them, and
hero is a bottle of his oil wo saved.
Wo boiled him, and Papa says it is
tho largest rattler over seen hero.
Ho was sk feet long and ton and
one-half inches aiound tho body.
E. (J. R.
S. -'. Chronicle.
(loodiimti. of Aiinitor.
"av: "I have luul rcnciitcd niitioitunlH
I of olwrriiiK mid testing tlie relievine; anil
i licalim; oiiiiiit of Virt On, when implied
to painful, ore and inllumed p:ut, iiKo In
hum1 joints sprains mid Imii-es. I inn
moan i confident that to the extent its -afe, nelive
mm poweriiu neaiiujj ineriis are tuen, u
will ho eonideied the indispensable family
t& Tor the asking mi will receivoja
IVJ Testimonial Letter. Jtead one and do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUXIHt TOUT AND KING STIIHNTS.
Election of Ofilcors.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THi: AD.IOUKNT.D ANNUAL
Jleeting of the Stockholders of the
Olowulu (."oilman v held Aug. 2!), Its!).', at
the olllee of V. U." Irwin it Co., I,'d), the
following Ollliors wero re-eleeted to serve
during the ensuing year:
V. (I. Irwin . . President,
F. . Macfailane . . Vice-1 resident,
YV. M. (lill.ud . . Treasurer,
IKl Mill OK mill ITOKM
YV. (1. liwin, F. YV". Mnef.irl.iue and
YV. M. (illTAliP,
510-lw Secretary protein.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
I CAUTION the l'uhlie against the oller
1. Ings of "Nornial Sanllary .larger
Underwear" adveitKed hy unserupillous
houses to niMoad the puhlle. Tho
Genuine Normal Maw
onlj at in Mole.
purehasid there, hut
IS SHOWING A
Now so Popular
AND AT 1MM0KS WHICH YOU Wild.
CONSlimit KXOKHOINOLY LOW
FOR SUCH HH1II ClltADH 0001)3.
Kor the llawniinii Islands of Dr. mcd. (1.
.laegei's himlliiii Undiiwear.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
TI. F. W1C11MA"
t. !. si:vi his.
A. W. IIOI.STHI.
A t Tin: AiuouitNni) annual
x. Meeting of the btoekholdeis of the
Gripping Hands With the Devil.
Your worth' correspondent K.
Tumor naively bays of gambling, ''1
think it bettor for tho Government
to derive a rovonuo by lieoiiMiig a
legitimato concern than to have the
same thing dono Fee-retry." Of
course, then, since much cliickon
stealing goes on secretly hoio, lot us
license a corporation of tho fratern
ity of chicken-thieves to conduct
that business legally. It is quite
possible that Mr. Chickcn-dmner
would organio himself into a .shot
gun corporation, and shoot tho
marauder first, searching the pockets
of the corpse for tho license after
ward. Oh yos, lot us hunt up all tho
vices and crimos that aro secretly
practiced in spito of tho law, and
proceed to license them tmo after
another, so as to "got a rovonuo"
from thorn all. Then wo .shall have
tho sort of a country that somo peo
ple might like to livo in, but which
all decent folks will make hasto to
leave. Perhaps "Tho Sodom of tho
Pacific" would bo a suitable name
To tho prosont lottery scheme, tho
overwhelming objection is that it is
a powerful combination after tho
Louisiana pattern to capture and
control Hawaii for tho purpose of
Ueoeing not only our people but es
pecially tho people of tho United
States. Tho price of half a million
a year for tho prostitution of Ha
waii gives soino notion of tho scale
this robber gang intends to work
upon. This gold is to bo paid us as
tho price of making oursolves a nui
sance and a stench to tho United
Statos, while ourselves aro choked
and stifled in tho poisonous coils of
tho lottery monster. The tentacles
of this huge Louisiana Octopus aro
now brandished to enfold and con
strict us. S. 13. B.
Savod a Woman's Ijifo.
Mr. J. E. Thorougligood, writing
from Goorgetown, Dolawaro, wiys:
"Two teaspoonfuls of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cliolora and Diarrhoea .Rem
edy savod tho lifo of Mrs. Jnno
Thomas, of this place." Jfo also
states that sovoral other very bad
cases of bowel comjilaint thoro havo
liooii cured by this remedy. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith
ft Co., Agents.
Lottery vs. Asiatics.
Tho Advertiser lias thundered
against tho lottery -chemo on social
and moral grounds. Candidly
speaking, can tho Advertiser point
to a cui?o that has or can bo inoro
huge, than the dumping of 30,000
Asiatics upon theo fair isles, thus
destroying hundreds of native fami
lies, or, j'oii maj' say, tho whole
nation morally and socially. Fur
thermore, it has boon tho means of
driving scores of white workingmen
fioin tho plantations and their
vicinity, and from eory town within
tho group. Against .ill of these
damages to tho country, tho Adver
tiser has been strangely silont and
passive. Another thing, every dollar
that can lie spared by these Asiatics
is sent out of tho country to enrich
Asia. Does anyono over stop to
think of tho enormous drain of gold
that is continually going from hero
to China and Japan? Tho question
is, would not tho lot tor schomo
counteract somo of tho above ills?
Which is tho better or worse for tho
government and people: .'30,000 Asi
atics fortified on all sides with frco
cho fa and opium, or tho lottery
scheme, with a largo rovonuo to the
A Lot of Tondorfoot.
A scheme is afoot to pay tho na
tional taxes, and to give employment
directly and indirectly to thousands
of citizens. Wo may, as a commu
nity, lose tho lespeot of tho civilized
world. But what of that, so long as
wo havo broad to eat? All tho ef
forts and sacrifices made by our pre
decessors for deconcy and morality,
will havo boon made for nothing.
But what of thai, if wo havo lucra
Tho people of our country will
look to this now Providence for their
daily bread. But financiers, after
wo havo become dependent on this
coiporation, and havo sacrificed
ovorything hotter for it, what if t ho
lottery, for reasons of their own,
should decide to leave horo?
From a gambler's point of viow, is
it not risking too much in going it
blind for overy bean wo havo, and
leaving ourselves nothing to fall
back on after tho draw? Boinombor
wo aio a lot of tondorfoot making a
deal witli tho shrewdest sharpors of
niodorn times. J. B.
Waiohinu Agrieultual it (ira.ing Co. htld
this day, the follow ingOllleeis wereeheted
for the ensuing jear:
President .. Hon. W. fl. li win,
Viee-1'resident. .Mr. .1. M. Monsanat,
A. V . .Hon. t P. Imikt'ii,
Auditor .. Hon. W. M.Gillaul.
W. a. Irwin, .1. M. Moiwuiat, 0. 1'.
Iauke.i, .1. Kauhane, .1. 1). Paris.
0. P. IAUKKA,
f-eeielary W. A. .V (1. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, liU- GCKJ-lm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
ATTHDANNUALMIIKTlNCi OF THI!
Stockholders of the Hononiu Sugar
Company held this day, thu following
Ollieeis wero elected for tho ensuing jear:
. .(5eo. II. Kohoit-on,
A. 0. I.ovekin,
( .1. U. Carter
. .. J .t
Win. O. Brash.
A. C. UA'HIUN,
Secretary Honomu Sug.u Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, lb!)J. 1'JJ-lin
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
AT THi: ANNUAL MKKTINCi OF
the Stockholders of the HANAl.lll
SUUAK MILL COMPANY, held this day,
the following Ollleerswure elected for the
President Chas. I.. Carter, IIsci,
Yiee-Piesident.. Hon. .1. N. S. Williams
Secretary . . .1. O. Carter
Treasurer.. Geo. 11. ltoberton
Auditor . .1. O. Carter
Who are also Ditectors of the Company.
.1. 0. CAltTlCU,
Secretary 11. h. M. Co.
Honolulu, July 18, W.)i. 171-m
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: C kettles every 24 hours, G,000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption or Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,n00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Prouiirations are used in the manufacture
of the ANiinusr.u-Buscii Bi:i:r. It is, thercfote, the highest priced but the
nost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
' Annual Shipmnc Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The AMiiiwi.is-llrsrii Co. have e.uiiul oil the Highest Ilonois and tho Highest
Class (Sold Medals uhcicver they h.ne i ompeted. Atall of the lutein ilional Hsliihi
tionslhioiighout the woild their Ileer Ilsrellid All Olheis!
I'll Mi LINK OF-
Fort st., over F. GerU'n Shoe Store.
YIEW, LANDSCAPE & PORTRAIT YIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such as Natives Making Pol Grass Houses
Hawaiian Stylo 1'idlng Hulaliuln
Dancers Cocoanut Groves Palm
and Date Gloves Street Views
and Iluildings War Vessels
Shipping and Marine
Views, Ktc, r.tc.
Also a Largo Collection of nil Prominent
and Interesting Views of the Hnwalian
Islands, either Mounted or Unmounted.
pi ices which we estahlished
commencing CASH lius'mess.
This Companj have piop-uod a Special Ui.ind of their Highe-t Grade P.cer for the
Hawaiian Island-", Known as "SPIIOIAL HltlJW," with a h.ind-ome label and in White
Dottles, which, with their best "KXPOliT ANHFiUrii:!! " in Daik Dottles, beielofore
inipoited, we will now siipplj to the Tiade in Quantities to Suit.
G-. W. MACFARLANE & CO.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly Maple, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Cents.
y See our Fine Line of
Blank Books of all Descriptions.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
fff- Call and see our Goods before buy
ing cNewheic. Last but not least
iaiiiii: utii.n or
Hovels & Popular Bound Boob
FINE CANDIES !
Books of Hawaiian Views
Made up to Older at the most Reasonable
Rates in Honolulu.
Cabinets S6 and S5 a Dozen.
lOOl P. 0. Dox IDS tf
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co.
Win. fl. Irwin, - President and Manager
Clans Sprockets, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. ISill.ird, - Seeietary and Treasurer
Then. ('. Poi lei .--.-. Auditor
To Iiot or Iicaso.
rpVO NICELY l-'UR-JL
nislied Rooms, cen
trally located, luquiiu at
Uuia.KTiN Olllee. 351-tf
Mr. Xiandor's Recommendation.
Air. il. A. Lander, a prominent
oitizon of Glnrkslmrf,', Mo., and
widely known in that Htalo, says of
Ohainburlain's Colio. Oliolora and
Diarrhtua Jtomcdr: "1 have soon its
ood results and can recommend
it." For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
lleretanla street, op
posite Kort street church.
Apply to R. I. LILLIE.
liS'J-tf At Theo. II. Davies .V Co.
COTTAGES TO IiET.
(NI'.W DUl.I.UriK BLOCK, JIUltCH.VNT bTHEHT)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY HUSINKSS ENTRUSTED TO ME WILT- RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO. ifire.
rpWO COTTAOES TO
X I.ut one on Meichont
Htieet and ciuo on Kort
Htreet next lo hdiool house.
Apply to V. Mi CANDLEhb.
NEW HOUSE OK KJVK
rooms, on Magiulue
ttircei, wuii immrouui, iai- 4t
cut W. O.. etc. Commands mid
one of the llnest vIcwm In Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
HOUSE TO LET.
rpHK COMMODIOUS 2
1. btoiy Dwelling on
Punchbowl stieet, between
ii..r..,....i.i ....a i.ri....
4..).u....... ...... j.iiii ... v II-
pied by tho iinde.i signed to
o whom aitply
W. S. LUt'li.
NICE COTTAflE ON
Ilerttania htreet. near
j'iikoi uireui, coutaiiiuig
Parlor, i lledroouib, Ifath
room, Dlniuurooui. Pantrv
fcervant'i room. Carrlaue Hoiibo. Stable, oto,
Tianic.iru pans overy 'M mlnuton, Apiily at
olllco of thlH pujicr. InS-tf
1'ivture i'Vdmcs mi In order from
Lutest Styles of Moultliuijx, Jlnwra
lion oj Old J'iclitrcs a spiciulty (it King
Bros,, Hotel street.
Ol-TKU KOR SALE.
Al.i:'. LIKISS A. HONH'
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures.
Wo are aim picpared to take oideis foi
Messrs, IST. Olalaiat Sc Oo.'b
Ilisuiing pioiupl delhcry.
t9 This is a Mipeiinr Paint Oil, con
Miniiiig less pigment than l.lustcd Oil, and
giving a lasting brilliancy to colois.
IlM'd with ilrieis it gives a bplundid llooi
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Beof
I'Aiui i im: I'Ai.sr in.'n
Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed fur Vacuum I'uns.
HART & CO..
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish lo inform tho Public of Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
Islands that they have seemed the
services of Mr. Chillies Ludwigen,
an expert Candy Mal.er of long ex
pel ience, and who is jurticuhuly
familiar with the tastes of all lovers
Having recently made great im
pioveinentsand added new machin
ery to onretensivc Candy Factory,
we aro now better ablo than ever
before to supply the public with
High Grade Confections of Unsur
passed Quality and Stiictly Pure
and Wholesome Mateiial. Our
motto will always bo
"hot now oin:p, inn now noon"
can we miiku the Candies.
Yours, anxious to please.
HART ,t CO.
Ei.iri: In: Ori-am Puuoits
AMI 0MlV Kl"10UV.
AGENTS OP THU
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAli.
C. BREWER k CO.
.1. O. Carter ,
(J. 11. Robcitson..
H. F. ISishop
W. F. Allen
Hon. C. R. liialiop
fe. 0. Allen
11. Wateihouse... .
President and Manager
The Best Lunch in Town.
AT ALL HOOltS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.,
Thamos and Mersey Marine Ins. Co..
New York Life Ins. Co.,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND.
J". HSTOIjTE, Prop.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.
81 KING ST.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
C. 0. BERGER
General Ayont for Havaiian Islands.
Masrs. Kini) JtroH.me shoichiy a fine
line of Jlumlioo and other style J'urlor
Jiuseli, Wall Jlracl.ets, and Window
Cornices, at Prices lo meet the times.
New England Mutual Lifo Insurance Co.,
Miia Fire Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co.,
OF fAX FUANCIM'O, CAL.
WILL lti:S)UMi: HIK
Residence 13 Emma St.
Mutual Tel. 321,
Fur MouUlinjn, Fmmes, l'astels, Arto
types, Photoijriwures, Etchings, und
everything in the line of Pictures, go to
King Pros,, Jfotel stmt,
Gr, J. Waller, . . . Manager.
HUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the Very Low-eat
wo will sell at ine very
.Market Kates lor UiihIi.
TELEPHONE - - Mutual 19
AFULLSKT OF HOUBIUIOLD FUlt
nit lire an it Htamls. The Lease of
tho rrumlses No. 112 Fort street, Ualso
otleieil for disposal, Fiuther imrtleularu
on implication to
l!lS-tf On tho promises.
O HOUBI3 l'OWI'.lt UI'IUOHT BAXTKIl
HhkIho and Holler, in good working
i'or pal tiuulars or terniH apiily to thu
. , ,V ..'...v.U.aa. Jtriai
H'-- Mi$i&b J.