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The New Surcharged Envelopes ami
Postal Cards of the Provisional Govern
ment (now being surcharged), will bo on
solo at the Post Oilleo on or about August
2oth, 1898. JOS. M. OAT,
SOi-lw l'nitiiinotei -General.
'HU 1 1 A 1 1 Y Kl Ik" N I
lllLi UI111JI UULJlllJlXlli (
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party, I
But Kslablishul for thellencfit of All. j
L 1 .
MONDAY. AUG-. 21. 1893. !
Apparently tho Advertiser is well
satisfied with tho financial situ
ation. As that paper, as well as the
Star, is supported by the public
treasury, its satisfaction is natural.
Tho Minister of Finance, however,
is not satisfied with tho cause of the
organ's satisfaction, for ho com
plained some time ago that the
charges for printing wero irregular
aud "enormous." Details of this,
"enormous" leak of public money
woro promptly asked for, but they
havo never been given to tho public.
How tho organs do blunder into
the truth sonietimeb! And probably
kick themselves for it afterwaid, pro
viding their masters do not kindly
perform that service for them. This
is from the morning oracle, 'L5usidos
this, it is a well-established principle
under the United States law and
usage that troops can only be landed
in a foreign country to protect the
life and propertv of Americans.'
Vo3, aud therefore it is that tho P. ,
r, l i. r ..r is, i
vj. nuuu usnu uu iu.ii ui an.) iu,ira
upiising while the question is pend
ing of whether the United States
Government will honor that "well
established principle" of the na
tion's "law aud usage."
It is hardly necessary, in answer
to the Advertiser, to say that the
opponents of the 1'. G. are not look
ing for any benefit from either an
"uprising" of fneuds or a "uiutiin
of P. G. guards." Either of these
events, however, might involve some
danger to American life and pro
perty, therefore tho point of tin.
Advertisei's argument that troops
could only be lauded to protect such
is as hard to find as the proverbial
needle iu a haystack. Evidence is
given in this isMiuthat the men on
the Boston believe they are detained
aboard ship on account of "tho anti
cipated mutiny," tho rumor of which
the Advertiser calls a "crazy yarn"
invented by the royalists.
Bravely our morning contempor
ary sticks to tho stand it has taken
against tho rottenness of the police
administration under the P. G
Well done, 'Tiser, sick 'em! Ministei
Stevens told the American nation
when he went home, hovvevor, that
tho corruption at the Police Statior.
was one of the primary justifications
for the revolution. The Advertiser
therefore owes it to that prime pa- Which wm Enter the Bacea on the
tion of the revolution to explain , Queen's Birthday.
why tho police administration hah , , ...
, , f , j, ,, , Three noted racers arrived from
been deformed rather than reform- , Ma(ji Qu the ateaner claudiue
ed by his "best Government the lsl- , terday, Lot Slocum (trotter), Au
ands ever have had." It is not ' puni (pacer), and Queen L. (runner),
enough, in the eyes of people whoso a" belonging to tho Lahaina Stables.
,.r,i ;,- ;. L.,:u, , i,ii.. The auiuials wero takeu to the Club
moral vision is straight, ior a nuuiu1 o.ii i a n iiii
, ' ' . Stables, whore they attracted tho
journal to condemn rottenness m I attention of all lovors of horseflesh.
anything while continuing to slav
ishly support the agents who are
responsible for the rottenness. If
its boasted ''candor and independ
ence" in tho iutoiests of the publi.1
are to bo credited with sincerity,
tho least it should do is to de
mand the resignation of the head
of tho police department who
is responsible for this particu-
lar failure to keep tho promise of
good government. It has only tiuin
far coufes-ed to the deplorable state
of affairs in tho police department,
after seven months of 1 G. control,
mid made a cowardly attempt to set
tho responsibility back into the time
of tho monarchy. Wo ask the Ad
vertiser again to explain what be
came of all the "best" people who
revolted under cover of .Minister
Stevens' guns, if there has not been
material available among them from ,
which to provide a respectable police
Tim success of Mrs. Annie M.
Beam, of AloKeesport, 1'cniibylvania, ,
in (ho treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly be of in
terest to 111U113' mothers, Shosnyt.:
''f spent sovoral weeks in Jonstowii.
J'a., after tho gieat Hood, on account
of my husband being employed
there, We had sovuial children with
us, two of whom took the diurrliu-u
very badly. 1 got ome of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera aud Dinrrlium
Honied from Uev. .Mi Chapman,
it cured both of them I knew ol
boveral other cases where it was
equally successful. I lliiuk il can
not be excelled and uhucrfully r(
commend it." 2't and uOcont but
ties for salu by nil dealers, liunson,
Smith Si Co., agents for the Ifuwai- j
juu Islands, I
GOOD OAME OF CRICKET.
Somo Vory Oloan Bowling by Hat-flold-Fnlr
At tho weekly practico match of
tho Honolulu Cricket Club on Satur
day, sides wero elioson bv Thos.
Liphnimi, captain, and Mr. ll at field,
vico president. Tlioro woro two
short of tho regulation cloven on
tvich side, ronuinuir tho borrowing
of that number of liolders one from
tho other. Tho bowling was good
all round, Hatfield, however, doing
t ho most execution. Ilo took six
wickots, which, with tho ono taken
by his pail nor, left for the field only
one of tho oijjht put out. Two
wickets ho took m a singlo over of
five balls. Lishman and Gardner
did lino work in bowline on their
si(i0 tho former getting three and
tho latter two wickets. Tho scoro
mhiimxx's sioe. hoa.
) LMinmii. not out 12
Hulgate, b Hutlieltl ... 0
Stmilev, b Hatlield 1!
Law, b Hiiulehl o
Gardner, b Hattleld ; . .
MoKuy, b Uutticld
Crick, b Hatlield
. I.i-liiiiRii, c U. Lishman, b ll.itlieltl
1$ es, 1 J Leg 11) es, 1
Hatlield, e l.islimun, b Gardner.
urasoli, o unruner
Hewett, b Gardner. . ..
Auerbaeh, b Lishman . ...
U'eedon. b Lishman. .
ErimomUnn, b LUhiunn
I.og.in, o llewett, b Gardner
G. l.ishman, not out
Ho-s, Gardner, b Llihinan.,
lives . .
BIT OF MARTIAL LAW.
Night on the
Something or other has got into i sold the Household Furniture, etc., of
the ears of tho P. G. authorities I Ant one Hicardo wken bj me in distruln
and there is considerable activity in '" for IBUt' t0 ,t!
the camp. Early Sunday morning I 1 1-I'o-t Bedstead, l Mattm"., 2 Chairs, 1
armed guards were patrolling on . J""-,HSr-1 JJlIleJU- - I'dlows and Hound
Ring street beyond Kawaiahao ' Koa lal,le'
L'liurvli, also on liorotania audi Said sjie will t iko id.iee.it the Aui'tlon
Punchbowl streets About 2 o'clock i ?."' " ' V'wi." J' Uvey' cornt!r '
this mornintr Kuards were aKnill I l-rtund (Jueou.tiew.,
een near the residence of Mr. S. X.
i.asuo on iviut; sireot. a. Kuiuienuiu
. . mn -, . ., ,T. i,f. i,
' l..i.. .. l... -,-..wl tn- TM.r.
(,..,...(-, ..V,...., ..,... ..,......... .....
WllS Hll UlllV -ll L11U lUttU IU1. AUV
1 guard answered, "Obeying orders."
From a vory good "souico it is
learned that even tho police have
' been placed under strict orders.
They are expected to report at the
Police Station when they hoar two
shots and the ringing of tho bell
, from the Boll Tovvor. Tho police
were a-ke(l the other day whether
they would fight if there was any
uprising among the natives.
THAT FIVE-MILE KACE.
It was mentioned a few days ago
that Bany of tho U. S. S. Boston,
who had issued a challenge to all
comers for a five-mile race, had tem
porarily withdrawn because his shore
liberty was stopped.
Bairy sent a note ashore on Satur
day, in which he said he could not
come himself to hold a consultation
about the race, because all the men
wore detained on board tho Boston
by order of the Admiral, on account
of threatened trouble among tho P.
G. guards. This note has been seen
and read by a representative of tho
If Barry can got off the ship long
enough to make a race, Mr. Thos.
Wright has a man ready to meet
hi in. It is Antono Kaoo, the "Waia
lua canary bird," as he is called for
his vocal powers as well as a peculiar
hopping gait while walking.
They are iu fine condition and with
a little more training will boas lit as
a fiddle for the races on September.
2d, the Queen's birthday.
Air. A. Horner, owner of tho
stables, brought down lroin Maui on
Saturday on tho Kiuau the pneuma
tic tiro sulky with which he won the
races on July 4th on the Kahultii
track. As it is the only one on the
islands it camo in for a share of the
inspection given tho Lahaina stock.
The sulky was taken to Kapio
lani Park yesterday morning, as weie
also the race horses.
Tim P. (j. baud will give a pub
lic fom.'irt at Emma Square this
nrwiiiiif; at 7:30 o'clock. Tho fol
liivviuj; iiOf,'rain will b rendered:
Overture Liflit Cavalry ,. Bnppc
March -'I ho Volunteers. . Metiu
Cluiinct Solo Bccncj Unit are brlaht-
II Ilravo . .
Mudlev -Itluck llrijjado
Echo Pieue In Switzerland
Of Course ITou Ruud
Tho testimonials frequently pub
lished in thin paper relating to
Hood's Sarsapurilla. They tiro from
reliable people, stuto hiinple factn,
and shou beyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you tr.
this ini'dii'inot J$i sure to go't
Constipation, and nil troubles with
the dig(.";livu oiguiiti aud tl.o liver,
are ouied by Hood's Pilln. Un
equalled ni n dinner pill.
MMHC WEUKLy'tTuLLKilN-ai COJ,
JL umiu of InUr)tlii' Jtvudlug Mutttr
lijlnnds, Ml mIUd tn fortlyu ooytitrlui,, i
By liowis J. Lovoy.
CLOSING OUT SALE !
Ily order of M.S. l'lll UP.lt V, 1 wil
.A.T MY SAX-HlSI-iOOlKa:
On TUESDAY, Auir. 22d
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
The Whole ol hi- Slock ol Dry Goods, etc.,
White & Colored Shirts
White and ltrouii Cotton1".
falieo:, Muslins, Dress Goods,
Merinos, Flannels, Shawls,
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING
Shirting, Linens, I.'ices, Embroideries,
l'lnnneletlcs, Giughmus, Tweeds,
Uusslmoros, Sateens, Lawns,
ISainsook, lluilts, Collars,
Rlbbon, iluttons, Pcrfiimory,
Spool Cotton, Children's Dresses,
BOOTS and SHOES
Hosiery, Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Large Sliow Case
Stools, Chandellcis, Lamps,
Etc., Etc., Etc..
Lewis T. Levey,
NOTICE IS HEKEUY GIVEN THAT
In accordance with the law in such
e.ise made jihI urovided. 1 will eau-e to bo
Qn SATURDAY, Aug. 26,
A'l 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
7'tO-lJt JACINTH KArAKL
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
VTOTU i: IS HKKEHY GIVEN THAT,
J-i m pu
rsuanccofa Power of Sale con- '
in a certain .Mortgage executui '
December I, lettl, liv Aiitniu liorlm, of
I, lettl, liy Antniii Uorlin, of
Wniluku, Maui, to Jo-h tie Ponte.of MuUa
wao, Maui, ami recorded in Liber l'.'i), page
...'7, the said Mortgagee intends to liire-clo-e
the .-aid Mortgage for condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of the
puncipal and intcn-t -icured thereby
when due. And notice h liuicby further
f;iven thai upon Mich foitclo-urc (and un-e-s
said Mortgage shall have been sooner
paid), all and -luguliir the Lmidb. Tene
ments and Hereditament') ill aid Mort
gage eont until and de-ciibed will be old
at Public Auction, at the ( ourt H.mie, In
".lid Wailuku, bv Thomas W. Eerett,
Auctioneer, on sAl'UKDAY, the Ulh dav
of September, 1S0, at l' o'clock noon of
The Propertj of slid Mortgage is all that
Piece ot Land eituaie in said ailuku, and
de-cribed in a deed to sud Antone Borba,
leeonleU in the Registry of Conveyances
in Hook !j0, page 1UU.
tsy For further particular', apply to
1 honing Everett, Auctioneer, Wailuku,
Maui. JOsE DE PONTE,
Honolulu, II. I., August IS, 189.J.
I7RONT KOOM AND
: Middle Koont to let
at No. 4 Garden Lane.
nished Rooms to let, at
the corner of Alakea and
Merchant Streets, by the
Dav, Week or Month.
bOU-2vv JENS E. NIELSEN.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the Pvcinc Suovr
Mill will be held on TUESDAY, the tad
inst., ut 1) o'clock a.m., at the Otlice of V.
A. Schaefer & Co. A full attendance is re
quested as business of importance will be
transacted. Per order.
Honolulu. Aug. IU, 18l'J. MjV.'t
IN AOC'OIIDANOE WITH A KESOLU
tion pa-std at a meeting of Sportsmen
held on the llth in-l., all parties interest
ed in forming an association for the preser
vation of game, are invite I to attend the
adiourneii meeting on MONDAY EVEN
ING, August tMst.iit 7:30 o'clock at tho
rooms ot the Chamber of Commerce.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
08-2t 'Jempoiary Secretary.
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
ALL SHOOTING OF GAME ON THE
Lauds of Moumtluii, lliilavva and
Ait'ii helovv the Government Kond, Dis
trict of Komi, Inland of Uahu, H. I , is
htrictly Forbidden without the neeesai
permit, which can be hud on application
to J. 51. Dowsett, at the Banking ilouso of
llishop it (Jo,
B. M. DAMON,
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, Aur. 17, 180J. 8mMv
rpilE HCHOONEH 'NOKMA,1
A. OH Toiih Uephiter, uulintan
tlally built of Ouk und Cedar;
Copper and Copper Knstoned.
Kor prie nnl particular!' apply
T'Xi tl THKO H 1) VVI
if ,v m
FOR SALE I
oa s a (i
HUlTAULi; Hill PLANTING.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
JOHN F. COLBURN
?7ie Daily Uulltti i delivered y
tnrrUrt for fiO wnl fr month.
Hawaiian Eardwaro Co., L'iI
Saturday, Aug. 19, 18!)ti.
The difficulty about a pump
ing arrangement can be over
come by the use of an Aermo
tor, dry seasons or wet seasons
it will run without fuel and
without cost. People how
using them pronounce the
Aermotor the best and cheap
est power in existence. We
make this mention simply to
help out the members of the
Advisory Board when the mat
ter again comes up for dis
cussion. When we imported a couple
of "Western Empire" Wash
ing Machines some months
ago it was with the idea of in
troducing to the public some
thing that would save fifty to
seventy-five percent of the
time of the servant. The first
one was bought by a lady who
knew its worth, the other one
we sold to a lady who wanted
to see if it was half as good as
we represented it. Since then
we have imported others and
the rosiest cheek Japanese
waiting maids at the theatre
Friday night were the girls
that are using them in wash
ing table linen and baby clothes
six days in the week. It isn't
the washing that makes cheeks
rosy but the fact that the use
of a washing machine gives
the girl more time with the
Mates of vessels must have
Whistles, and, if they want
something of a superior grade
thev should come to us be-
, , f .
iiusc vc uuvc uccu uaiciui hi
, . . . ,
seieuijusL vu;u nicy uecu.
The fact of our selling more
Garden Hose than all the other
dealers combined may be attri
to cheap prices and
superior quality. It seems
that no matter how large a
quantity we order it is hard
work to make it last from
steamer to steamer. If yours
has worn out buy a Hose
Mender from us; if it is be
yond redemption buy a new
piece of hose and a Reel and
it will never wear out.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests
are as necessary in this coun
try as anything in the house
furnishing line and necessary
articles should be of the best
quality. For either of these
hard wood is as superior to
pine as gold is to copper. Our
last invoice of Ice Chests is
entirely of the superior hard
wood variety and quite good
enough to be considered orna
mental furniture. Besides be
ing an ornament they are great
economists in ice, a matter
worthy your consideration.
It is said that the best ice
cream is made in White Moun
tain Freezers, .We've tried
other sorts but none have
given the same satisfaction.
We have them for small, me
dium and large ice cream ap
petites. The price varies ac
cording to the size. If you
are pressed for time and want
a sherbert for friends who ac
cidentally dropped in to din
ner the "Little Wonder" will
finish the business in just seven
seconds after you have packed
the cylinder. It makes ice
cream quite as rapidly. We
have only a few; the demand
last year was enormous.
In addition to a very large
stock of genuine Haviland
China we have quite a stock
of common English Table
Crockery suitable for kitchen
use or on plantations where
breaking dishes is an every
help, In the assortment we
have also a lot of Plain and
I Fancy Bowls suitable for poi.
We can till city or Island
orders for these yoods in any
Hawaiian Hardware Co., li'd
0ioilto Hpreekelri1 Illouk,
307 PORT STREET,
make from an artificially pro
duced GUM almost as elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can bo mixed with all pig
ments, and used in the same
manner as linsoed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It possesses the remarkable
property of " covering " with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
From the Manager ot Faauliau Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Lkiis Olives, Esq., Manager Ameri
can Lncol Co., San Francisco.
A ear ago I used some of the oil maim-factured-by
your Company to paint one of
our Plantation building, at the same time
painting adjoining buildings with paints
mixed With American and English Lin
seed Oils. The paint was mixed and ap
plied by a competent workman.
The building painted with Lucol Oil re
tains its oiiginul appearance, while those
on which Linseed Oil was used faded somo
time ago, the paint becoming chalky. As
this Plantation is on tho weather sido of
tho Island, and the climate exceptionally
trving on Paint, I consider the above to bo
as" thorough a test as any to which jour
Oil can possible be subjected, its superior
ity being so apparent. 1 take pleasure in
recommending tho Lucol Oil to all users of
Yours very l'spectfully.
A. MOOItE, Manager.
September 5, 1S!)2.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
If you want, a Good Pair of
-: OL O VE S:-
For Driving or Walking I can soil 'em to
you. ur u you wain, to see some
ISTew -- ItSTeols.-wes.r
In the Latest Designs and Shapes; call
around and feast your eyes. I
have also got a New Stock ot
COLLARS : and : CUFFS
And above all do not forget that I am
In all Styles and that I am Solo Agent
DR. G.JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
tf- Your physician recommends It for
Royal Hawaiian Opera House.
L. J. Levey.
A SERIES OF INTERESTING
WILL BE PB1C8KNTED II Y A
First Class Troupe of Actors.
MONDAY, August 21, 1808.
1 "Tlio Crlpplo KatRuyoro."
2 "Tho Forty-six llouiua."
Japanese Music & Songs, Beautiful Costumes.
riUGEB $l775c. ami 60c
JWDoors open at 7 o'clock, commence
7:.KI o'clock. Ticketi for sale ot llietliior.
FOR YOKOHAMA I
PINK QEltMAN BTKA1IEH
j n - -p.- -j- y-y
! ' ' "- """'
V. E. Ii'i.AMU, Commander;
KUK HEHK H1IOUTLY
Will I Despatched (ur the above Port on
Sept. Q, 1S3.
(W 1'or further artimilari rcuulliiK
Puibui-o unci Freight, ujijiIj to
K. OO-URA & CO.,
7i0-tU Hotel HI., ItoMnxou Illouk,
.Daily liulletin, Ml nentk a month,
Corner ITort &
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Cliallies at 1 5c.
Victoria Lawn at 35o. Piece.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
ft" WE! SE3STD OXJT "&
WK HAVE KE0E1VEI) A FltESU CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
130 ZOoiserL 2
1920 :z3a,ois:a,ges I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN Oil CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
GJ-ai- "Frv-Tt e-?t.vt.. - - - jEToxiolt.T.ivt., H. I.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN A SON
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