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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
The Hawaiian KxlilMt, by Theo. H.
What Japan Want editorial.
Mr. Theo. II. Davies on the Situation.
The Tragedy at the Kalr by "Hawaii."
locnl and Ueneral Itein.
An Open Door.
Miihan to Captain Andrews.
To Satlfy His Hunger.
The Newly Arrived Admiral.
The ilueball Scaon.
To Friends) of the Kindergarten.
falling o( tlio Adams.
Japanese Freak"! In Diplomacy.
rnt'Riit PA UK.
A Great Man Fallen.
FKty-tive Millions Short.
Htrongct Man In the World.
PUdaed lo neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Kttablish'd for the Jirnefit of All.
FRIDAY, APKIL W, 1894.
Governor McKinley received a
great ovation when ho appeared to
speak at Minneapolis lately.
incident is accepted as tho opening .
of a McKinley campaign for tho they first forswear their own convu
Presidency. tious. I venture to assort thai the
vised Canadian tariff just submitted I of tho IIawniiail l)l)0ple, or of men
to ine uomiuion rnrnamoui. iu
admits raw sugar free with a gradu-
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a ed scale o duties 0.1 sugars from
No. Ill Dutch staudard upward. ,
Young men may go to the "Feast, j
..1 v-it...." ...til. 1.... ti.n.i lino,- 1
., .i.VJU.T ...... .O0 ....... . ...(
ir .ww. !.! Tin. !
ir pockets. !
zed to ay "ftt' I
sand dollars iu the!
Ut'LLKTtN is authorized
there will bo no lagging orsolicita
niK or 511111-iiu- 1
e loft free to
tiou. 1'atrous will be left free to
buy what their fancy may choose.
t- nut ,,u
y ma moose. ,
r, and expend ,
With this assurance
afraid to visit tho fai
whatever they can afford for tho
benefit of tho several worthy object
t. t. .... .ll. .!.- T I I
ins common taiK wini ueorKe " '
Hojs, xVuditor-Oeneral, resigned that '
ollice several days ago. Councillors
ho were eager to further reduce
his salary, below tho reduction made
in the Appropriation Hill, will now
perhaps bo sorry for their haste to
hit tho man. One of the family
compact may get the ollice. and It
would be terrible in that case to
have it graded down to n mere clerk
ship. The taxpayers may have rea
son to regret tlio lo-s of so faithful
a watcher of tho tro.vniry a Mr.
President Cleveland's message
vetoing tho silver seigniorage bill
fills two columns of small typo iu
American papers. It brings out iu ,
iwiu ii'nui uiunumiisuiiiiiii.v.
of the man, as it had been predicted
that he would sign tho bill as a sop
to disaffected silver Democrats.
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Lvery sentence Is .weighty. Horo
l.A.l ..!!. . .1... l...i..I. m nti.fll.l lll
are some passages solecteu at ran-
dom: "Our recovery being so well
under way, nothing should be doue
to check our convnlesconce, nor
should we forget that a relapse at
this time would almost surely re
duce us to a lower stage of financial
distress than that from which we are
just emerging." "In my judgment
sound finance does not commoud
the further infusion of silver into
our currency at this time." "1 can
not conceive of a longer step toward
silver monometallism than we take
when wo spend our gold to buy sil
ver certificates for circulation, espe
cially iu view of the practical dilli
culties surrounding the replenish
ment of our gold."
WHAT JAPAN WANT8
A., nrtirdo from tho San Krancisco
Dulletiu on .lupane.so diplomacy will j tKt'JlI;,","IUU,,ai,d "0t I,0Wur
Iw read with interest here nt the j '." waiThoy confer with tho men
present juncture. Although it is ouiside their ranks, whoso pomonal
unjust to tho Japnuoso in view of j ami properly interests in good gov
thoir aspirations toward tho highert eminent are as great as their own, as
. I . ... .i" , 1 to the best means of attaining that
piano of civilization, its remarks on KOVI,nillwlllJ
dual national allegiance are as units- t wjh t,y nu ()1)t the declara
sailablo as thoy are applicable to the j tiou that, "These two principles are
ciiiostioii that has arisen here regard-1 ssoiilinl: The Hawaiian national in
ing voters for the constitutional con- J.1""'1 M'ht l' 'Htlbliutl, and tho con
h y'1"'0 ,u' . hdoneo of while men tntiit bo main-
vention. As to tho point raised ' tni,ujT"
aoout iiaugor 10 uaniiuuu iiuuuihu-
ity from the granting of tho fran -
cblse on enual terms with other
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uuiioiiniiiies 10 1110 tiapaii'so, iuu
writer in tho San Francisco paper
misapprehends the facts and proba
bilities of the matter iu its entirety.
Japan has a treaty with Hawaii
which accords her subjects the same
privileges as subjects of tho "most j
favored uatiou." It is more a mat-
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. , ' . ., ..
Japanese Government, thau any idea
II 111 111 llirillllt llll LllITlfUlLlfl lllll
of swamping the electorate of Hawaii
with the votes of Japanese laborers,
that il Insists on the observance of
tho treaty in its "most favored
uatiou" clauso. With ordinary edu
uatioual franchise there would be
very few Japanese who could ijuali
fy in any ease, while with the princi
ple established that there cau be no
dual uatioual allegiance it is doubt
ful if any considerable proportion of
Japanese, among the few who could
pass thu educational test today,
would discard their native allegiance
for tho privilege of casting votes
that would not amount to a drop iu
tlio lnieket. Thorn U little fear of
any colonizing of thu islands with
Japanese voters to capture tho coun
try. Japan cnu do hot tor for hor
subjects by keeping thoni under hor
own protection thau by encourag
ing them to tako their chances in
the vicissitudes of Hawaiian citizenship.
Mr. Davies on tho Situation.
I Tho ouo question whieh everyone ,
(asks about Hawaii is: " hat is to
I do iuo oiucomoi i mi ."coin m ub iu
a bad way down there."
1 It appears to me that almost the
only persons who do not realize tho
serious condition of Hawaiian alTairs,
are the members, and tho immediate
supporters of tho Provisional Uov-1
eminent. Nearly every one of their I
iiimcipiuiuus iia wuu uianpfiuiuivu, "tanglefoot, and returning was ro
ami vet thoy appear to live in a sort ,0nstrated with, and attacked his
of Utopia, and continue to lay oul ,,,. wf In truo California fashion
.plans that seem to the ordinary wj(, a weapon, a practice that is
. vision as chimerical as any which vorr rnro among Hawaiian.
; have preceded them. . Tho incident was too good for the
I It is gouorn ly understood now, ' American journalist to miss using to
i link i ue x rovisioiiiu juvuriiiuuiii in
tend to summon a convention, and
to promulgate r
it is hoped, will
I1IIU1UU It WWII VITIIIIUII, Clllll
'ate a constitution, which,
in poino way bo no-
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thn Tf.nwnft.in mitlnn hut fur which
t,0 Hawaiians may not vote, unless
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LAlttlltU I'l'I'lV UIU llttfU IH'UIIU
wuom iney irusi. 1110 xiawaiiaus
will simply refuse to vote, unless
their national rights are recognizotr,
n, ,f (li (h) Um 2omm. I
tioll ,st ovontunlly come to noth-'
The Provisional Government have j
not mmi'lit in nnv wn. to win the
confidence of the nation, and I hey :
bBV0 nnpawHiiy thrown away afl ,
hope of Mvor winning It. The recent '
- --ZJ- - fl ,
(iccision 01 1 no goverunieui i ai-,
tempt, after more than a year of
decision of the government to at-
tempt, after more than a year of '
ollice. to Introduce martial law Into '
vl . () U) lhjjm j
now vnin jt fs (o j,,,,,,, l0 carry 011
constitutional government, without !
ollice. to introduce martial low into '
the confidence of the people. '
Vi iltitttitt tit aiil tttt aiiuli n ifjtt 1
eminent, in which imported nior-1
conar v troops may vote, ami Hawai
ian men may not, is more man a
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tIM1(, w kn,v. more
ever, that the tlawatiatis have not
sanctioned any of the deeds which
have been done iu their name.
In .Inly. lS'.l.'!, I wrote of my deter
mination "that mine should not be
amongst the reputations that would
liud their grave in tliatjo.ir." To
day 1 look back with a sad satisfac
tion on tho stand 1 took, ami the
warnings I gave. I now dare to re
peal those warnings, mid to say.
thai if the wreck of I Si I.') is not to
become the ruin of I .'. the disast
rous Matcmaiiship of the past $ ear
must be abandoned, and a policy of
plainer principle must be adopted.
The only convention that can be
effective, is ouo ill which the tint ion
cau bo fully repnented, whatever
j may ho the political opinions 01 in
l dividual voters.
It is as true now a it was 111 .Inn
.nary, last year, wnen 1 wrote ine
, word, thai "we must procure the
goodwill of the natives, or pay for
""'B'" . Biin to cou.per it
I Hie guilt lemon in power have tried
t( ..BnrriM, ,,0cyi nmi h uns
. . ...
.m, a cost ly failure, and they are
farther from the goodwill of the tin
lives, thau ever they weie. The only
possible means of success lies in their
now trying tlio "goodwill" policy.
1 ipiestioii whether II is any lunger
iu the power of the present govern
ment to gain that goodwill, and I do
not believe I lint they can induce the
Hawaiians to vole on any question,
except 011 that of the continuance of
the present men to rule.
Speaking iu Washington last
March. 1 said, "To-day tho Pro
visional Government of Hawaii date
not appeal to the electorate to ratify
any one of their acts, and what sort
of a government 1h that?" To-day
I repeal tho.o words, and I solomuly
make to the members of the Pro
visional Government, tho following
1. Will they recognize the nb
Miluto failure of their Hawaiian poli-
1 cy thus lan
I J Will I Imv vtiiflifintn t tt iiitiiirri.
I ty of their aims, by showiui' that it
. . ' . v -- -- ....r.-
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npeaKing lor myboii ami lor my 1
1 friends, I n.iy that we will accept tin- .
reservedly the declaration I have!
Is il too much to ask that the Pro
visional Government should accept
it, and stand fairly by the result?
There will be no rest nor comfort
in Hawaii, until the people are once
.Surely it uiiiat bo within tho peono
of wim) and humane HtnteHinaiiHliip,
I" dowse a way 01 satisfying the na-
lurai aspirations of the Hawaiians,
... -. - ..
wliilrt also safe-guarding the reason
, n,, ,mftIU8 of ,, u.mluwr.
' TI l.:,.f .......I.I I... .. .
The chief step would he an act of
heroic self abnegation on the part of
the men now in ollice; but in taking
that step, they would secure many
new friends, and win back many old
ou. Aboteall tlioj would thus go
a great way towards reenv.riug the
coiilideuee of thu llawailaus, and
would vindicate before the world
the integrity of their own aims.
Tiiko. II. Dawks.
New York, .March 80, Iri'.H.
j lti;.MINUTl) TVI'KWItm.U, AI'l
1 tal and hinall l.utlur; miuiiiiuicciI In
Mirfcct order. i'iCuU, Addicnii.
"A.S.," I1 O. Ilox :m, Honolulu.
The " Tragedy at tho Fair."
Tlio article which the Bulletin
reproduced yesterday from tho San
Francisco Call of the fith Inst, is a
rank "fake" and a fair sample of
tho niunchausen character of Sail
It appears that John Edwards,
alto singer of the Hawaiian quartet,
ami his wife had a mild row. rd
irnriiii u fi irn .miiiiiniiin 11 n i.itriii. u '
11 . , ,
, ,. ... .c ,,... .,w,. v.. k.v. ...... imui i
; with a good voice, and made his do- i
I but as an actor, and acquitted him- i
sell with credit in tho "Wooing
If will, ....!! I.. U,n 'W,vd.,,,f
wife is a halMJhl
in this citv His
hliieso to whom Ed
wards was devotedly attached, and
she was not known to taste any kind
of intoxicating drink horo in lior na
tive home. She was remarkably
well-behaved, neat and iutelliiteut.
and far removed from the picture of
1,.,, : tlw. fall.
Edwards had prob
ai,y )om, indulging too freely in
our disadvantage. I lie picture ol
poor Lucy Edwards being hold up
asa savage of "aSouthSea Islantl
cotnbinatmn" praying her husband
to death, is good fbr its iralltlcal
effect. I suppoe, in thatgoodtime
when we shal have become a county
fii.ci,iif',i:f,l, il,nl -v.
oMhehtatoof California, tho luxury
of seeing ourselves pictured as a
iifitimi of nvnii will Im aoniiitliliiif
of savages will lie sotnet lung
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.John IMwards' wifo does not take
of hor 011 his list.
Catarrh in tho Head
- I , . II ! t .1
iiinioiiiHcuiy n uiscne 01 ine
and as such only a reliable
purifier can effect a perfect
and permanent cure. Hood's Sar-'
saparilla is tho best blood purifier,;
and it has cured many very severe
and 11 lias cured 111
twjs ()f onnrrhi
times leads to consi
before it is too
Hood's I'ills do not mirge, pain or
uripe, but act promptly, easily ami
Socurod ltlt Sorvlcus.
Mr. V. G. Potter, crayon and water-color
artist, who has been visit
ing the Islands for his health, ha
made an engagement with Mr. .1. .1.
Williams. Mr. Poller's work while
in San Frnucixco was second to
none. .Samples will be 011 exhibition
at our studio, 102 Port strent.
All Win 11 Vonimrmitl I'riuHiip
pronlplty rtrcut'it nl Intr rnUr n Iht
'..II. i., 1' ,
By Jns. F. Morgan.
Mortngoo'a Notico of t'orucloturo.
IN AITOItDANt.'i: WITH THK I'HOVI
slonr of 11 certain iiiorlKii:u, nimlu by
I). 11. NAIIINI' of H. Komi. Hawaii, to
Juo. 0 Diimiulr, dated '.'JndJ illy, I-tl. re-I'orilt-d
In l.lli T . muse . ami dulv a-
kiulled to llll I'llOllu: llOtk'e It Ill-rebV
Klven tint the inorttMuiu nnnd in fo -
elo-e thu nunc for condltlonr broken, to
wit: niiii-p..mont of Inlcrt-l and prlu-
.Notice Ir likes Ire idvun that after the
ixplrntlonof thr'f weeUi frim dale of llilr
iiotbso, tho propviy eonwytil
iiiiirUiiL'u will lm advertlM-d
advertlM-d fr rule ul
public aiietlon, rl
tliu Biietlnu rooiiiN of
Jar. 1'. Morgan, In Honolulu, on MO.N
PAY, the lull day or April, ISH, at I'J
noon of raid day.
Kiiritiur parttuillarr can bit had of Wil
liam '. Ae I, Attorn1-) at liw.
liHtd Honolulu, March I.', Mil.
Aiolgm e of tint Murtgngee.
'1 he p einirer covu ed by raid mortgigu,
Irt. All tho-it rltiuiled at HiHiknna, S.
Koua, Hawaii, mid mora purtlciilnrly iicr.
crlliuM In It. 1'. UH7 on 1 . ti. A. lu.ioto
Mik'ikal, containing an area of l-Kmacrct,
liicludlng all hulidlngi Ihereou Mli'l i
r......u.l.. I.......... ... .1... ...,..i ..f -..1.1 I
IWIIIIVI,,, Alltl.VI, .11. ,!- ,1,11111-. C-t.l ll I.UIII
I). H. .NhIiIii.i.
'.'ml. All thoie prendre ilc-crllu'd In 11.
I1. Mli'l to llcnrj Clarke, eoiilalnlin; an area
of fiacres at Kauhako, H. Kuna, Hawaii.
3rd. All tbo-u premirer dercribud III It
I'. MM to Wtlllain John-ou, containing an
area of 'Y! ut'iv at Kauhako, H. Konu. Ha
waii. t. The aliivc rain li irMpotied to
MU.MIAY, April HI, HU. at I.' o'tlook
noon. .I.h. V. MultdAN,
Dt'itiNH mv aiisi:n!i: kuom tiu:
Kiiigilom Mr. J. r. Wa'ker will uet
for me under full power of attorney.
Honolulu, April il, IMll. lou3-lw
.l'l'()INTi:il Mil. fl. K.
an loluai'ciit lor all of our
Coals, mined from the cclcbrutu.i Tagaua
K. OHUKA A- CO
lliiiiolnlii, April i. h!il, ur-tf
Tl,lc,i -, n
A OUSIII6SS rrOpOSlllOIl
ileiirgu W. I Itiuolii, who lias liecn pmiiIi
lii In d iu Hun. lulu for is yearn ana
Builder and Contractor,
WUImih in competu llbtb; brd time,
ami to Kivu to the imb'la thu bfin lit by
' ""' .
lilni; them with i;ood work til low
! let our property goto ruin fur the wuntof
1 "l"'"'' ' '"'" win gunraniee nuir
faction, I'atroultu the Kaiiiauiua.
GEO. W. LINCOLN,
lUU'Uf fil'. KIiik utreet.
ALL KINDS OF SOAP
Soft Soap a Specialty
9llithct I 'ali I'rhu palil forTallon,
IHi KINO sriCKIJT.
F. O. BOX 3kl.
any part Initio Hawaiian yillago , ; ft f,,1 JVw m "Ballyhoo y." St) far as
show, but paid her own way in go-, ""' " '"iffwMi 0111 - treaty relations with the United
ing with her husband, honco Mr. Tru-teo. Mortgagee. 1 ' rtiauuiiJ mm uii. uimw
Hobron would have no knowledge! Trnn. Uoh. jiced. at wliwiiu' of pur-1 states are concerned the sun
By Jni. F. Morgan.
TO-MORRO W I
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and ot bale.
"XTOTIfK 18 HKItHHY (HVKN THAT
XI by virtue ot a power of "iilecontained
lit a certain mortgnge
tgngo dated thoutiidiiy of
, made by Kl'KANA l''- ,
coi'A, her iiu-bnii.i, an.i s.
II.A of I.alialna, Maud of
.liny, .. u imw, mi
, MtiiAAUu ui 01 i.aiiaiua. i
jinui, to jninoH Jl. .Mnnsarrat ol liuniinuu,
Hand of Onlni. Trustee, recorded In the
u"11'.0.. of R'P t.,',"tr',..c, U"n.vV'am'c.5i
-. .. ' .
' Jiue M. Mnntnrrat, TriMcc, a afore-
' said, Mortgagee intc nds to forecloii the
1 ald mortKiiKe for a breach of the condi
tion. In said mortgage contained, to wit:
the non-payment of both the principal and
Intercut when due.
Notice I. also hereby given that all and
i singular thu lands, tenements and heredi
tament' In aid mortgage, contained and
ile.eribed will bo sold at public auction at
the auction room of Jns. F. Morgan, on
(Jueen Street, In suld Honolulu, on MON
DAY, the 2nd da of April, A. D. lmil, at
I'J o'clock noon of ald day.
The property In ald mortgage Is thus
1st. All those tno certain tract, pieces
or parcels of land .Ituate at Hulatil and
Nulmalu, Kattpo, In said Island of Maul,
and containing In all ttl il Here and being
the satmi premise" de.er'bed in Hon al Po
tent (Urant) No. .'1H.I to Kekahuna the
I father of said Kukiina l'oatmokii and 8. W.
i 'Jnil. All that certain tiiecu or unreel of
L wi'c.r lai.ioiuwiH.iiiniiiiwi.uic sii.
.laiidMiuatc at said Niimabi, containiiig
JKMimiKiVm AwUfSl irro to w
land xlluatc at raid Nil main, containing
wahaokala, gmniirHther or Mid ktikaiia
lbnoku and 8. W.Kalaauula:
Kxcoptlng and rcervlng therefrom iueh
I, K)rt0nsthcreof a, weroAld to K. KalaUl
l.y fald8. W. Kalaanula and wlfe.by deed '
iatoi Dcecmitervi, ism, aim recorueu in
dated llcociiilier'JI. IKI. and recorded in
I II.... u.l ..ll U .....!.. I ri -t n,.r...
S 2Sf lWs&i
is''aml' ! i.rM'Kin'1 :,.&'
Kor further particulars apply to the iild
Ilonoliihi, March 0, 1MU. .
I he almve aln N tMi.ttxiiicd to
BATl'KPAV, April 14. Istil. at VI o'clock
J A 8.
Mortgagco'a Notico of Intention
t'orocloie and of Salo.
NOTIl'K IS IlKltKIIY (1IVKX THAT
by virtue of a niwerof ale contain
ed In a certain inortKagi' dated tho.SUIh day
of Oetober. A. 1). IMV, made bv KAWA
NAANA, of Walhru, Island of Maul, to
Jiimeo M, Monvtrrat, of Honolulu, Inland
if (Mini, Triuiee, recorded In the ollice of
the Iti'tflctrurof tkinveyiinec In l.lber l.'l,
fi lion ai. .(.'uiiidllil thu mid Jnnie M. Mini
Mirmt, Trilntue 11 afureoald, Mortrfiigce,
Ililen'K to fnrvvlou raid iiiiirluiigc for a
breach of the cumlltlou In suld imiri;ii!e
cmtiiliiid, tn-w It. the lion-pay incut of both
thu principal and Inii-rvM when due.
Notice Nal-u hereby given that all and
iugiilnr the land, tenemeiitn and hcredlt
iimcutn In raid moriKKu cimtaiued and
dcu-rlbrd will be oM at mllio auelloti hi
the miction ro.un of .luinc I'. Mori;:iu. on
iliui'ii "truit in mill Honolulu, on MtlN
hay, tne r.Miiiiay 01 .Miinin, A
at I'J o'clock noon of raid dnv.
The nmiM'rtv In ald iiiurluiiifc I
; lies n 1 leu, TI7.
I. All thai ccrliiin iilecy or itrcil ol
hind -It tin to In the HI of Ntlu In .aid Will
bee, coiitalnini; sn nren of I "Moo of an
acre, and beiiiK the ramr prcniWc- lcv
crlbcd In Itoyal Patent No. ,MU.', bind
timiuUrloii Awrd No. Hoi I' K to Ku,
uud that uurc cuiiveyuil to Kiianaiiim, the
father of the raid Kawawahliuoku, Hlku
and Jo-eph Kaauiaiia, by Kinnva. the
eotlrlii mid r le helc at lur of raid Ku, by
deed dated Deeembur.'ll, Issl, nn.l ruoonl-
d In thu Ollice of thu ald ItexUtrar In
I '. All th.. llirn, rlnlil nli..i .ir nnr.
i.iiier t.i. on 101101 ns aim mi.
j telnif land rltusle In thu Ills of Piiouillu
and KaK)lio '11 wild Walhee, cuntuinlnit In
all iinnrcii of IU a-rui.,and bull ittlm nme
I prciiilc dercribed In Itoyal Patent No.
'7, IjiihI t-'ouimlsr'on Award No U".M to
Muhoo J, lliugramlfathcr of raid Kawawa-
hlmoku. Hike and Jovinli Kaananus,
JA.MIIS M. MONHAItltAT,
Tcrnn Cash. Deeds at ttxiieiiro of pur
chacr. lor further particulars apply to
Dated Honolulu, Kubiuary 'JO, KM.
T4k Thu above rale ir iHitlsin' d to
SATl'ltDAY, April II, IMM. at li o'clock
noon. JA.MK8 I". MOItOAN,
Un :it Ail tlouoer.
Fortunes at Peail Harbor
On TUESDAY, April
AT IL' O'OMNIK NOUN,
.A.T M"5T SALESROOM
I WII.1. WEI. I, At I'CHI.K ATI riON
Lots 3 & 4 in Block 35,
At tho Poninsula, Pearl Harbor.
IV Tliee a'e beaihoru IJtr facing the
New United 8tte (iovcrniiicui Coaling
tM Kor further particulars apply to
J eta. F. Uoman,
luet 'it At'CTIoNKIUt.
Household -:- Furniture
, On WI3DX USD A Y, April 18
AT in O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the HclduncM of A. J. CAIU WftKIHT,
Kiy., corner of Koeauuiokii ami l.n-
uallloilrcetH, I will sell at
Tho : Entire : Housohold : Furniture,
- - COMI'ltlhlNti
Crockery & Glassware,
Carriages, Etc, Etc.
Particulars In Future Advertisement,
HmiUu Win CUi
Saturday, April 7, 180.
Did you ever notice how an
ant combines business with
pleasure when out on a pro-
menade, how he will invest!-
gate when he runs up against
a bread crumb and then go
back and tell a large circle of
acquaintances who soon be
come a nuisance. It is to ob
viate this that we sell the new
fangled liread and Cake
Knives. You may cut warm
or cold bread, or cake with
icing on it and not make a
crumb. The set of three a
parer, cake cutter and pie cut
ter goes to you for a dollar,
-and when you've used them
once you will say you have a
three dollar value.
The latest coast news tells
. ,, f , . ,
the Mckinley Bill are repealed
under the new lnridbl . I his
. . , . ,rll!cit -
IS gOlllp; to bring angUISll to
.1,,., -. , r t',ltAt ,
the Ureasts ol some people,
k., Hawaii is all rii'ht. Mc-
hut- M. .,.,,!! .'. ill .-I..!,,- A.
U,V 'IUIIIIII I.T till 111-Ml. HIV.
Kinley did not give us a treaty
but he wrestled hard to Kiv
j seems to be shining on the
j sugar industry of Hawaii; and
I so long as the sun shines to
the extent of a cent and a
1 quarter on sugar every one
' will be prosperous and happy.
Haviland ware takes a step
' or two forward in this commti
nity when its quality is com
1 part d with other decorated
china. Wc have sold this
crockery ever since we have
been in business and it is now
the favorite ware here. Our
method of selling it makes il
popular because we do not in
sist upon people buying a full
set. We sell, for instance, a
half dozen cups ami saucers as
a starter.- If the buyer's friends
comment on their beauty and
quality it is quite likely the
lady of the house will want
some plates to add to it. V ith
each piece there will be a grow
ing desire for more until it
culminates in the necessary
dishes for sout, fish,
soup, lisn, rousts.
vt'etables, salads, etc. It is
cpntc thu proper thing for peo
ple to have differe'ht decora
tions for each course; some
people may have a complete
set but would like a change
for soup or fish. We can make
up such a set at a price that
o!ll curnriuf vmi
win suiMisc )uo.
The Fischer Steel Range is
by far the best range manu
factured; it will heat up quicker
and burn less fuel. Thu first
invoice of these ranges thai we
received were made of mate-
rial just one half the thickness
of the present lot and thev COSt
'( ' ' W'l 'l i '.
US more money. Willie those
WU now oiler yotl are superior
in every ruspect vj sell them
lor ten dollars less money.
We've sold these ranges to
people who have used iron
stoves all their lives and who
do not hesitate to say that tin
"Fischer" burns one third less
fuel than any other stove the
same size. This means that
you will save the extra cost of
a steel range in a very short
For people who want a
cheaper article we have several
makes of iron stoves which we
can recommend. We make a
leader of the "Pansy" at $15,
because we believe it to be the
best. These iron stoves burn
coal or wood and are wonder
fully good bakers.
The dry season is coming
on and the "25th annual kick
of the Water Consumers Pro
tective Alliance" will soon take
place. It is not that there is a
scarcity of water on the Islands
but because the people do not
search for it. We have saved
the ranch man, the plantation
manager and the vegetable
grower large sums of money
I by accepting our advice and
j erecting Aermotors. Our 8-
1 foot wheel will do the same
work that a iu-1'oot wooden
wheel will perform, and an ,S
foot mill is all that is required
for stock or irrigation purposes
unless large quantities of water
are required The Aermotor
has many advantages over
wooden mills, ami one of them
is the fact that no matter how
violent the storm the mill will
close up automatically.
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
vT FOR FOUR WEEKS S
Kllgllsll A lircll'ubeS,
iVlMIMl ofdll AVncIl Sf-tllflll
1HII Ult.lUJ) JISM C5lllia.S,
t ti . 1A . rp 1 1
M JirOlOlOD JDrOSSllliT 1 UUK'S.
Scotch (Jhcfets of DrnwiM's,
HiiLtun Suites, Pictures, ltc.
Royal Worcester Vasos,
liuyal Worcester Tea Sets,
Dinner Sets, Tea Sets,
Decorated V;ises, rlnnblers, Glasses,
Claret .lug's, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Pedsteads, Malting,
Etc., EJtO., Etc.
THEO. H. DAVIES & 00.
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v;fuvA ( irJlisi.A
'T'"'' rxDK.iisKsxKD iiavk iu:kn ArroiNTUi) solk acsknts koii
IliOhe SlIliKliDKliH iiml are now piepuri'il to reei'lvc order.
.,.. . u . , I i j ,i i tl f ., v.ri,iMAi. Cask
SliKKDiiKii tin tliiimiiuhly uHtiililiidieil anil iieknotvlcdueil bv IMiinlera
The lure iiiimlior of I'l. intern nti'iK them in I lie United Stilton, Cuba,
VrKontine Id public, IVrti, Australia and ulHcwhcro, hear witnean to thu
The iii-e 'f the Siiiir.iinus very luruly iiiiiiiiioiiIh the onuiitllv of cmiu
ihe null cum uriml (2.1 to WU), uImi tl e rxiruutiiin of jtilee (0 in l'l).
It if a ureal KaffLMiard. innL'iiiLf km.wn ul oiwn tho iiicmiiico of nnv
pieces nf iron, Htiiken (ruin l-uih, or nnythinj; ulii'di would In-liiihlo to d.iniiiKe
l'lu '.".'"' '""' """hit; mupU tim to remnvi) nune hefnr i1uuiiii;iiik the mill.
The HitiiimiiKit ii very hlroii:ly niiiile, .unl frniii the m, iiiuer of lie opera-
nun it imtMir teire tlui-e nieci-n i.f wimmI ur iron without, often liri'ukiiii! the
-Siiiuiudkii; uud if any IiIhk lueiilif, it if pimply iiie of tho knivee or euttem,
i''1''1 ''"." '"' i''iekly umi eeouomicully rtiilaeiil. The shiikduku, hk Uh
mime inilieulo, tours the cane into
ing il mid allowing the mill in thoroughly precs out tlm juices wit hunt re
quiring tin1 immense extra poMor iteeisMiry to grind or eriich the whole
rum. 'I'lio .Sin:i:i)iii:ii -pnailf ilic hliutblcil u.nie uniformly ami evenly to
the mill rolls, nmi ib.o.-. uwny with tie umwiiy of riiremling Ihe Imgusce by
hiinil liLtwoiu the null)., where regrimliuu is iu ue. No greater amount of
boiler capacity it. rrtiiinl to opciule the .Siiiii:iiI)i:ii than that whieh wan
Milllcieut for the mill, fur the ubovi irn-our. We furnish full woiUing
ilruwiugx for the iuM.illitiinii of ur Siiiii:iiiii:iih, enabling any comitdunl en
gineer 10 stiix'csffully imditll 11111I et.ul llieui.
In orilermg Siiiii:i)iu;its frniii i, jilfiiM' i-cnil mull sketeh, lniwinK the
diameter ami width ot the null mlh- with which Siiukddki' is tobueuiineetid,
uImi the hide (either right or left li nid us you fate t' . oelivery sidi of ihn
mill), upon which the mill engine i Im-utt il, uho the height from Hour line
lo eeniir of from mill roll idiufi, ami ilirtuuee eenler this nluifl to fiout end
of bid plate. Tin-Mi Hiihkiji:ih me now being unii by the llilo Sugar (Jo.
.iml lliiwi Mill, ICnh.ila, win re tin y are giving gnat MitiVf.iciiou.
0 I'lii'iv uud fuiiher parliuulars may be had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN &: CO., L'd.,
"'1" 1' . .Uimh f, Ihr IhiniiLiH hliiml:
for sal j iu
Table fc Medicinal Waters:
Buiralo 31iitlila., OastLlil.,
Jviiayadi, 3yEa.nntoa, I2.u.toiiia.t,
KTapa, Soda., Violiy,
AND Tllli CICLUHUATKD
ALL THU IH) I! AUK l-t)l SAUK MY THK
Bottle, IDo53en. or Case
KOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
t Ti I lv I T E3 U )
583 Fort Street, Honolulu., H. X.
Plilto GlllSS Fl'Ollt;
and Parlor Chairs,
oi-'thh Hawaiian isi.aniw.
rdnnU of v.irvint: loiuHhf. neifeetlv oiiuu-
quantities lo unit tho