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lint Kslahlhhetl for thr linu-iil of All.
FW1 DAY, S15PT. 1, ISO.'!.
John gels tlieio. Tlio i'lviiiior of
South Australia lately wiiil that 1-W
Ghinainuti had beon siuuglcd ou
ships' artii'los into Australia sineo
-Ma1. This was at tlu rate of ovm
7601) a 3 par,
Some of tho "ilaUies" from tho
pomoo of supply dictated by tho
Star crowd for tho public service
have been unceremoniously fired
from the polio) department. Thoj
liad earned nothing but n. g. medals
in their brief career. It is little won
der the Government does not care
to experiment any further with such
By way of solviug the unemployed
labor question, tho Government of
Now South Wales is .assisting volun
tary applicants to go to tho old gold
fields, where if is hoped thoy may
scratch up enough of the precious
metal to give them a degree of inde
pendence. Only men who hae had
oxperiouco in gold mining are ac
cepted, and a thousand applicants
have boon assisted.
New South Wales has come to ex
perience fatigue in the matter ol
uniural exhibitions, ita Govern
ment has decided not to be repre
sented at tho Antwerp exhibition in
16(.U. Sir George Dibbs, Premier, is
reported a saying, ''We havo had
quite enough of these exhibitions.''
Probably more than one country h
approaching a similar stage of tired
ness at tho frequent invitations ti.
participate in these great adertisiu;.
schemes. Hawaii' experience oi
them has been the winning of golu
medals which havo been paid in
" There are 1,000,000 acres of crowr
lands some under lease, it is true
and on these lauds we want to see
small fauns, not immense planta
tions, located." Thus Professoi
Alexander is quoted by tho Star
from an interview with him in tin
States. The special annexation eu
voy to Washington is doubtless sin
eoro in thi- remark, aud ho will be
much grieved to learn that since In
left home the Government, accord
ing to a iiconi report in the Star, i;.
leasing crown lauds by thousands o'
ac'H-s at a slap to corporations fu
large coffee plantations.
If the Star had wanted to make ;
really good hit, whoso principh
would be endorsed by all parlies, i
would have attacked the action o
the Government in giving billots t
mon newly washed up ou the beach
Cases can be mentioned where stran
gets of only a few weeks' feel of th'
coral strand uudor their feet havi
been given places, while a crowd o"
quite respectable fellows, identifier
with the "movement," who had louj
adopted Hawaii as their home, there
fore might n'aonably be expect
ed to try to do credit to any Mjrvic"
opened to them, waited hungrily fo1
employment but were told then
was nothing to give thorn.
Koprosjentatircfl of tlio Govoro
rnents of Now South Walc-s an' I
Quouoslaud aucotupany tho cable
layiap; expedition from Bundahcr;;
iu tho latter colony to Now Cale
donia. This otlicial recognition ol
tho onterjiriso by two British colo
nies makes it surmisable that th
eablo is something moro than a
means whereby tho French colony
can havo communication with th
homo Government. Indeed, a Syd
ney paper speak1- of the work posi
tively as being a link in a cable to
British Columbia which is to touch
at Honolulu besides other points-.
These facts give strong color to a
rumor afloat here for sumo time, to
the eirpet that tho cable would bu
hoie from tho s-outh before thi
United States Congress had taluni
enough interest in a cable scheme to
pass a resolution about it.
There could not bo any strougoi
reason for believing that tlieaiuioMi
tionisls regard thoir cau.-e ai lost fi r
tho present, than the lonowal cl
thoir clamor for the public ollico-.
If annexation worn noarit would not
bo worth while for any present resi
dent to take a billot, and the posi
tions of those who arc now drawing
salaries would not bo enviable. An
nexation means either go eminent
from Washington as a more depoi.
duney or complete local soJf-govon'
liinut In tho voles of tho people ol
tho islands. In the former case tin
iucunibnnth of the oilicca alroaih
havo their gripsack-, ready for migia
tiou hither, and in tho latter tin
ruombeis of the Annexation Clul
would hardly ho iu tho race. Which
over tho ovemt, tho whole control o.'
tho customs, post ollico and navig
tiou securities uuiild bo under direi"
federal management, and tho valian
revolutionists would lent ji that tin
hml nnnbirnil no a kint? that dldn'i
TROUBLE AT THE BOSTON.
Kxocutiou of Judgment on Contrac
tor's Bill of Extras.
"President Dole takes a vacation
and the people are notified; thu
Kixtmi takes a vacation and doesn't
toll the people."
The foregoing telephone message
from Airs. C, 11. Nicoll, proprietress,
of the Hoton lunch rooms, brought
a Mu.i.KTiN rep'oi'tor to the place to
ee what was tlio matter. A police
man guarding the closed door of the
te.itauraut stepped aido to admit
Mrs, Nicoll said that Mr. Lincoln,
contractor for lilting up the rooms
Mnt Uuning the collector with a
large bill for extras which had never
liecn tendered. She tefused to p:)
the bill, a the wink had not been
i'i iiiidii, it'll uriiuirt . .11111 mi,, w.'is
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sueit for a small balance ou the main
contract and the eM. as the wh.ile
claim amounting to .Ml,'l.,l, 111 tlm
District Court. She neglected to
get a Iaw3er and judginent was ren-
. . ..' . ' . .
dered ngnuiit her, all hough the 1
magistrate reduced the amount from
Her friend1, advised her to appeal
within the live days allowed, but on
the promise of Mr. Lincoln to liuish
the job she let 'the opportunity pass.
Mr. Lincoln came with a man at IL
o'clock one day, but alio would not
let him interrupt the service of the
noonday meal, ami asked him to
come in tho afternoon when tho
place would bo empty. He never
came again and she kept the money
in her nafe. This morning a police
man arrived at the Boston lunch
rooms to execute tho judgment. He
proceeded to seize certain merchan
dise in the store at the front which
belongs to Mrs. Nicoll's mother, Mrs.
Lack. Mrs. Nicoll warned tho offi
cer against taking tho goods-of a
third party, ami on tho advico of
Mr. C. W. Ashford, whom she con
sulted, she closed tho door, leaving
the policeman ou the outside to
guard tho place.
At noon the patrons of the restau
rant wore allowed to outer and eat
lunch, but nothing was allowed to
bo bought or carried away other
wise. Mrs. Nicoll said the Boston
would go ou aud servo meals as well
as over. The closing of this morn
ing gave them a welcome chance,
she said, to clean up the establish
ment. Second Congregation.
There wa a fairlj representative '
meeting of the men of the Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral last uight. Mr. Geo. S. Harris
,vas unanimously called to the chair.
On motion of Air. H. von Holt the
uiajorit3' and minority of the com
mittee that interviewed Bishop Willi.-,
had their respective recommend
ations returned to them. A request
of the mover for leave to withdraw ,
hi- resolution was granted. Mr. T.
Wain Walker moved, seconded by
Mr. von Holt, a resolution author
izing the church wardens to express
to the Bishop their pleasure at tho
conciliatory spirit of his latest com- '
muiiirnlion, their hope that tho
commission invited through the
Archbishop of Canterbury should '
result in promoting peace in the ,
diocese, and their trust that tin
status of the Second Congregation '
should remain undisturbed. Thi"
carried unanimous-. A cordial vote '
1 of thanks was pas.-ed to Captain
Mist and Mr. M. P. Robinson, church
wardens, for the diligouce and abili
ty with which tho3' hail conducted
the correspondence with the Bishop.
Mr. Harris also received a hearty
vote of thanks for his conduct in
tho chair at tho dilfereut meetings 1
of the congregation.
Trubts and Combiuatiouu
Are unpopular. But there is one
foitn of trust against which no one
has aii3'thing to say. That is the
trust which the public reposes iu
Hood's Sarsaparilla, aud the best of
it is tho trust is fully justified by
the merit of tho medicine. For, re
member, Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Fills are purely vegetable,
and do not purge, pain or gripe.
Sold bv all druggists.
13 Sitting Kooni
Ualh: with liaurd or with
out: Kuulibh fuiuilv cuok-
injr. v. vih" euriAiir.,
at N'o. 4
J nU lied Kooni1) to let, at
the coiner ui AlaUeu ami
Meri'hant Street-,, by tho
3? t '1$''?.
ii.iy, wi-cK or Mown.
JENS E. NIELSEN.
COTTAGE TO LET
V hlrect, eoiitaliiiiiK
no iy.n nm:i' avit
Kouiii-i mid lialli, now oe-
oiiim-il bv l'lill. Hiaiin.
I'ur iiiiuiur jiaiiii niiiix ajijuy m iniioiuii'.
I" WII.I. NOT UK IlKSPOXSIllLK TU'!
J. any debts cuntraeted In my nuiiiu L,
anv porson without my written order au-
AM, I'EItaONH IIAV1XO OJ.AIMH
ii(,'.iinit Hubert Willi. mi Holt pur
Miiiulh uro requi'siPd to present tho banm
without delay at the Ollico of
JlUUfl: ,V A. J. CAHTW UIGHT.
lloliohtlii. AilK,, !!" Hl-lf
I.I. PEItSO.NB AUK HEIIEIIV
warned nut to Trcip.ui or Hliuot
0 vii i tlio J.nnd of Kub.iliuln, iiumku of
Kapiolani Park, ar it fihthtvni away the
tiiri:of uml other ilonu-.ilo poultry iiin
nlni; .it larue on buid laudx.
elVjt U V. 'Of I H.
All ktiitU of Vummcmlul I'nnlwj
' timnmllv exeruttil ai low rutrt at the
trtl (if low nilrt at the
AND w., -v
to let AiKr.iS
Odds and Ends of tho Torm--Motions
for Now Trhila.
Judge Cooper is hearing the di
orco oa&o of Alar.v 1). Siha &. Frank
Silva. Hwa for plaiutilT; llartwoll
Lam Kow, who was found guilty
of unlaw ful liquor selling on Aug.
17, Hfli seuteueed 1 13 Judge Whiting
thi inoiiiing to p.u a tine of $'200
Ui'fore Judge Cooper this morn
ing Mr. ILirtuoll moved for a new
trial in the case of, Ittelinp A: Co. vs.
C II. Williams lleiuv Waterhouse
anil A. S. llaitwell, eeeutoro of tho
eiitato of the late J. 11. Wood, in
which a jury rendered a verdict for
tilaiutilT-.. Mr. Hatch artrued against
the motion, which the Court oor-
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tioiis to 'lie ruling and appealou to
the Supteine Coiut.
Carl Henoch, bv his attorney, F.
M. Hatch, has liled a motion lor a
new trial in the -uit against the Ha-
wauaii (jovornnient, w Inch a foreign 1
mrv decided in favor of tho tiovern-
"Binkles aud his girl have had an
other falling out." "Is it possible?
What caused it?" "Defective ham
mock." Washington Slur.
An Oregon editor who had a dog
for sale advertised as follows: Good
family dog for sale. Will eat any
thing. Is very fond of children
.uij luim jl tuinuuu.
'm quite a near neighbor
aw, Mrs. Golightly. I've ,
.so on the rilor.'' Mrs. i
' of 3-our&. no
t.n tnn :i iniKn nn 1 li rivnr.
G. "Oh! Well, I hopo you'll drop !
iu some ua3'. -..icimiff .
.Parent-"And does my daughter
really love 3 01W Chappie. "Dearly I
sir!"" Parent (rellectively): "I pre-;
sumo so, poor, frank-hearted little
1 Jfliui s!l- l,ou,;,Ilovo. most y- j
I thing?" !ioarat Chronicle.
' Still in Doubt.-First Little Girl. !
"Has your sister begun taldu' music I
, lessons yet?" Second Little Girl.
"alios takm somehn on tlr piano
but 1 can't tell yet whether it's mu
sic or type-writhi'. The Jhiily Tra
!f O 11
O. Closer. Druggist, ntertoivn,
Wis. This is the opinion of a man
who keeps a drug store, sells all
medicines, comes in direct contact
with the patients. md their families,
iiid knows bcttci than anyone else
how remedies sell, and what true
merit they have. He hears of all
the failuios and successes, and can
thciefoie judge: "I know of no
lK-dicine lot Coughs, Sine Throat,
or Hoarseness that had done such ef
fective work in my
Coughs. family as Uosoheti's
Sore Throat. C-nnauSynip. Last
winter a lady called
Honrsoness. at my store, who was
suffei ing from a ver3'
severe cold. She could hardl talk,
'ind 1 told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence in
patent medicines. I told her to take
a bottle, aud ii the lcsults were not
satisfactory I would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
aud paid for it, saying that she
would never be without it in future as
a few (lores had given her relief." fi
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
Horses & Ganriases ! !
On SATURDAY, Sept. 9,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT THE CLUB STABLES, FORT STREET,
i wii.i, snu. r priii.n; aupiion
14 Head of Horses
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
fP The Ilor'e are sold to make room
fur a lot uhuitly to arrive.
Also at tho same timtj will be fold
1 WAGONETTE, 2 BUGGIES,
1 IMtAKE AND POLE (now),
S Fair Slietfts.
tO Il'ir-es and Carriages can now be
seen at lht Club Stiiblo-f.
Jets. F. lvd:orga.n.,
'M1K srilOONEK 'NOIt.MA,'
1. .'ill Tons lieiiller, snbstan.
ut uaK anu i eilar-
(.'iiiiii.tr nnd I'mitti.r lutNtonr.d. -.
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uuriiriiiiirx hii iv
THRU II llll'll t CO
e OR SALE
i FAMILY DK1VINO
1 Mare, sound, kind
uml nun tli-; will drive
iniilt' or ilimbli'. A leu
1 Thiirniiclilirrd Ji-im'V
, Hull, '.' yearn old.' Iniuiroot
O. V. MAi'FAlU.ASli,
Sll-lw at .Mai'fitiliino ,V. I u., L'd.
FOK SALE FOH WANT OF USE.
I A S'JEAM LAEVLIl IN FlltS'I. CLASS
I onlei uell-kiinuii an IiuvImk lj'-e 1 1
I used In Dr. I), 'liuu-hi'iui ai I'm I I'Iijii
1 elan. '1 ho cuvoral PiIoh, (he (-Umuims
i Olllrcr unn uive iiiiuruialion in.ut the
biiiit; Hpoi-il M'Vi'ii kiiuti. hovcral other v .. ,, , ri.
inrnt., fe,.ar-. sun ,t'v ." ll,iiioJimi:,RaW3l&))!Iui,llworeC0.lL,d
can he ueiial Mr. KuIkI'ii limit limiso nut
t(t i,0 Murluo ItuiUvav. For urli-ea. etc..
1 "i'l'ly t .. P". 0. THOUhSKAU,
MM Minn Co., L'll
Saturday, Any. 2(, -S'.'W.
It is said that the delay of
the "Monowai's" arrival was
I caused by her running so last
apart of the journey that her
l copper sheathing got hot and
they had to stop in midocean
I to give her a chance to cool
off. Whether this is so or not
J we cannot say but we do know
, that the "Muluint-in-Parvo"
t Charcoal Iron is the tnost con
venient article to be found for
, tne. laundry. J list laticy UOllig
your own (luting without the
.' r , ,
! expense ol a regular machine
lor the purpose. These are
, , , . l
cfrvir"ih1f -mrl nrpihr nniinli
. . l . ' .
to use as brio-a-brac in your
parlor if you do not like flut
ing. We call the attention of the
public to a Basting Pan in
which the meat is basted auto
matically, so to speak, that is
i(j Siiy Lllcll. VUUI 11
tne process of
i ( , . , ...
to say that your meat during
your having to do it yourself.
Verily it is the cook s Irtend.
We have them ;n orUi,iary
, . , ,. L ,
sheet iron and white enamel
ware. They're a good thing
and not expensive.
,,- ' 1
If '"u sometime want to do
some fine baking and can t be
cause the mesh in the seive is
1 too large it is painfully evi
! dent that you need a hair
I seive. We have them suited
! to your wishes.
I We understand now that our
I statement that horned toads
were to be imported to kill the '
blight was premature. The !
, toads will be imported provided
1 ', .
some assurance may be inven
by scientists abroad that the
blight won,t kill the toad. Pre -
quetlt spraying With insecticide
wash has thus far proven the
most beneficial to the trees and
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lacuna. nir: l.c.ms oiiay
rump is tne best lor properly
,. ' . 1 r 1 1
uisinuuiuig me injinu uuu vc
sell the most approved styles.
In selecting a Sewing Ma-;
chine care should be taken i
that the stitch is strong and '
the machine simple enough to
make the running of it a plea
sure rather than hard work.
For years the Singer TVIanu-
un-Liu ui' j. lias izinvyizu inc j
reputation of turning out the
most substantial and must ser
vicable machines in the United
States. The tension of their
machines is so arranged that
the operator can go from lace
to sole leather without having
to finger a half dozen screws.
The "New York Favorite" is
a machine built by the original
Singer Manufacturing Co., at
their extensive works in New
Jersey and upon identical lines
' as the improved Singer. We
import them Irom the factory
in car load lots and are thus
enabled to sell them at prices
which knock all other sewing
machines in Honolulu "galley
west." Thirty or forty dollars
saved on any article is consi
derable; imayine, if you can,
what it is in the price of a ,
By the "Monowai" we re
ceived a very lane invoice of
Ready Mixed Paints put up !
j expressly for use in this cli-1
, mate. We have been careful
j to select an assortment of ,
j colors that will please the va- .
rious tastes to be found in I
! cosmopolitan Hawaii nei. The j
j manufacturers assure us that
in mixing the colors "a little j
i bit of this and a little more of,
that" have been added so that
i the paints are of a much better '
. quality than is usually sold '
; here. It is our intention to ,
j keep these paints together '
I with our usual assortment of
, unmixed colors always in j
stock. So that persons desir
ing to paint all or any part of
, their house may be accommo -
datt'd. Faint Brushes idiom '
may be found with us. Color
cards mailed to any part of
the rotip upon application.
From the numerous orders
we have received it is quite
plain that plantation managers
have not forgotten th.it we
keep in stock the largest sup
ply of -'Helvetia" Helling in
1 the city.
Oppoalto Mpn-uMb' lllock,
307 POUT STREET.
1:30 P. M. SHARP.
Iht HACE-QUEEN'S PUKSE-J75.
Runnine Rnco. li-MlloDush tor Ha
Trotting uml Facing.
2 In 3 to harness.
Mllo Heats; best
3u RACE-MATCH RACE.
Running RaoB. 1 Mile DaMi between
"Puke hpunwr". uml "Lord Urock."
Itn RACE-PlinSIDENT HAWAIIAN
JOCKEY , CLUB OUP-J76 added.
Trotting and Pacing. Milo Heati; best
3 iu .") to har.less. Free for all
Gtii RACE KALAKAUA CUP $75
Running Iface. Mile Iasl (or Ha
waiian Brci5 Hordes ownrd by tlie
Members of the Club. Cup to become
tho property of tho one winning It
Otu RACE KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
Trotting and Pacing. Mile Heats; 3
Free for all.
Minute Class: best 2 in 3 to harness.
1 7r" KAt!E - weanic
en ia nnp vt. .
CO.'S CUP-J75 added.
Ji-Mile Dash. Free
I All Entries to close on WEDNESDAY,
Aug. 30th. at 1 o'clock p. m.. at the ouice
' ?U'S ryu.,MV&. Keos 10
. A Kace3 to be Rm or Trottedundor
' tho Rules of the Hawaiian Jockey Club,
All Horses not withdrawn by Friday,
, w. at a oriook p. .,. expected to
All Horses are expected to appear on tho
1 jracK at tne tap 01 tne ia
' .ludgo s Stand, otherwise tl
bull from tho
icy will he
Admission SO Cents
Grand Stand (extra). 50 Cents and $1 00
Carriage (inside of course) $2 60
Quarterstruti-h Badges $5 00
C. O. BEUGEIt,
Secn-tary Hawaiian Jooke Club.
Gold and Colored Enamel!
Mr- Come early and secure one before
they are all gone.
McIWERNY BLOCK, - -
A FINE JAPANESE 8TEAMEU
Due here flrt week of next month directly
from Japan, will be Despatched for
the above Port on or about
Sept 13, 1893,
(Instead of "Curnla" aa formerly
EMf For further particulars rrgurdlng
Passage and Freight, apply to
K. OG-URA & CO.,
71Ki-td Hotel St., Koblneon Block.
Monday, Sept. 4, 1893.
W" Applications for admission should
bu uiailn imtiii'diatcly to
MISS N. J. MAI.ONE,
Principal of Preparatory.
Principal of Manual.
3DK,. ML. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Bell Telephone 1SS.
Orricr: Maunakeu street, front of No, 5
Loglno I'o.'b MuildliiK.
1 to S F. L4.
DoiIiu'h Phii'b, Kolulu,
DR. S. ASANO
WILL LEAVE FOH KOHALA
On Friday, Sept. 1, 1893,
. ' e ' '
And will be ubbcut from Honolulu for
Corrior irort &c
1 AM NOW
WHITE 7. GOODS
Figured Swisses, Cast colors; at 15 c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
'Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Jj Jed. -EFL Ij X Cj? jEL ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu., II. I.
asr "WE SE3ST3D OUT -a
WK HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT, CONSISTING OF
40 Oases I
ISO IDosexx I
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY TIIE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & GO..
533 Fort Street. - "PTonolvil-Li, T. I.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN k
' " i ' "'
From 0 to II a. m. or 7 to 3 r. m.
Honolulu, Auk. 'A 1W3.