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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'8 PAPER.
The Itivil Mlntrul.
Aneeilutei of Jmlgei.
('bniiglng Iter Nome.
Feast ut Nations.
Third Circuit Court.
A New Insurance Society.
ljonl and Uenernl Itetni.
I'baniri' of Adnurnl
t'nnilidatei for Convention.
t,ook Out for Clili'keti Thieve
The Kleventh of June.
Itrady for KiirnMiltig.
Hard to Convict.
t'edarvllle Skctouei- ly Union Turner.
iTJu siliuUi 36ullrHn.
Hedged to neither Seel nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of Alt.
SATURDAY, APRIL 14, IS5W. '
It is an open secret that Mr. ,
Emtneluth, in tho secret suasions of I
tLn r..H11.. t. ...!.!.. !. .1
light for a more popular constitu-1
tional convention than that provided
for by the Provisional Government.
Mora nnwiir to his elbow. Ho will
lose nothing worth having by his
coming back to the principles of
Au attempt to choke otf tho Portu
guese element in the Second District
last night resulted in a smash-up. A
strange incident of tho confusion is J
.i .i. . .i . 1...I I
me uisappearauce oi tue jneiiB"
11 . . l
book alid membership roll of the i
,ook aim muiiiborsbip roll ' i'
ortugueso contingent.,. One of its !
romlnent members suggest that
Chas. L. Carter, the man who spoil
ed Gresham's chances for tho presi
deticy, swallowed the volutin is.
It is learned from a third yarty -the
gentleman chiefly concerned be
ing very reticent that Mr. Ross, the
Auditor-General, was iu h.is usual
good health aud did not t'oiitcm
plate a foreign trip when he re
signed. Neither was it the reduc
tion in salary that led him to the
step. The trouble is a repetition of
the tricks of the Reform Ministry of
1S7 IK), whereby the restrictions
and safeguards of the Audit Act
were sought to bo evaded fur Minis
terial expediency. Tho Ministry
would not dare face an independent
and representative Legislature with
the record of Mr. Ross's being
worried out of the position where
lie has fearlessly stood guard over
public expenditures and compelled
their lH'lng made only nccordbig to
There is au item in tho Appropria- I clocU.grandinother'sspiuniiig wheel,
tiou Bill of &m, or SU200 a year, , "tltiw t,,lI(,In;,,,i ''"T'l whl' P"'i
, .. , , ' .. , ... , j tttrcs and old-fashioned lamps and
for Secretary of Legation at ash- t t.nIltilalira. complete the M'lnblance
ington. This is a luxury that no , ,,f nn old downcast home,
former Government of Hawaii in-. Miss KnteMcGrew tiersouated the
dulged in. If Mr. Thurston has the ( Ood.less of UIhtii i Hiirry von Holt.
. . , .,,, i i .. t Columbus; Mrs. Hug i Cuiun, I oca-
prod.gious ability accorded h n. , ,,,,. vN K Vt, Jr., Indian;
especially by tho admirers of bluff I y c. Parlte. Old Colonial geutle
and bounce, ho ought to be able to inan; Mrs. Water !' Prear and Mrs.
wntph the Interests of Hawaii with ,
a small allowance for clerical assist
ance. It is safe to say that no other
country iu the world with so small
a revenue, aud not able to make
both cuds meet at home, maintains
anything like so expensive a foreign
legation. What a howl the Reform
party would have raised at any
similar extravagance under the mon
archy! Now it is all right, it is to
be presumed, when Mr. Thurston's
total lack of diplomatic experience
has to be made up for some way. It
makes no dimironco that the favored
incumbent of the secretaryship was
olio of the white-headed lackeys of
the monarchy, so long as he picked
up enough technical knowledge of
diplomatic aud consular routine, iu
the United States couMilar service
and the Hawaiian Foreign Olllce, to
be able to keep his great master
tolerably straight in oflicial form
Candidates for Oonvontion.
The candidates of the Auiericau
Union party for delegates to the
constitutional convention are a fol
First District T. J. King.
Second District Nu nomination,
the meeting having ended in cou
Third District A. G. M. Robert
Fourth District L. C. Able".
Fifth District -Albort Kuiminkea.
II. P. Baldwin, J. W. Kalua aud .1.
K. I use pa.
II. L. Holstein of Kohala, .1. M.
Horner of Hamakua, F. S. Lymau
of Hilo, J. Kauhaue of Kau, D. II.
Kahaulolio of Kona.
Tho Advertiser has W. J. Wight
of Kona. Our list is from a private
letter to a Government oflicial
That paper also says W. C. Achi iu
leudM to run against Wight. Mr
Anhi went up to register to-daj, but
could not because his taxes were not
1 recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains ami swellings, There is no
better liniment made. 1 have sold
over 100 bottles of it this earaiid
all were pleased who used it. .1. F
Plerson, druggist. South Chicago,
III. It Is for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith k Co., Agents for the
FEAST OF NATIONS.
Beautiful Scenes hi the Berotania
Anybody who would tlnd fai
with the Foat of Nations should
bauishod to Fronoh Frigato ShoaU.
It affords now and sjilondid ovidciu-o
that whatsoever the ladies of llouo
lulu fiud to do tltux do it with their
niitflit. The opening jiroeession to
band music at X o'clock was a pretty
spectacular oxlilliition. Although
the spacious hall was crouil.-u will
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spectators an avenue Was made for
ho ga) column, composed o the
brilliantly cottuiucd occutants of
the various national booths. The
order was: Hawaii, China, Japan. In
dia, Greece, France, Gorman v, Nor
way and Sweden, Great llritnin.
America, and Spain.
When tho procession dispersed to
tho booths the fair soon opened up
in a lively manner. An endless va
riety of fancy goods was exposed
and tho buying was steady if not
. very brisk. The (lower girls did a
T .4..iil ll..!tlrti,a n ft m k 4 a 4 I ft a 4 a ft
wuu ijii.mii ( un it iif aim uitu
llnn that is, they inodetly asked
one to buy the favor at a moderate
price, instead of the old fashion of
seizing a victim, pinning a bouquet
nil his coat, and deinandinga fancy
coat, anil llelliantltllg .1 lailCV
for It afterward. It is likely
nobmly ,riLH, , nvltl th(J prot(y
All the booths are remarkably
handsome iu design aud decoration.
They are so distinct from each other,
too. that it wouiil lie invidious n
well as foolish to attempt to give
any one pre-eminence over another.
A very brief description is all there
is space for here.
These beautiful isles were worth-
ily enshrined in a tropical boner,
nriwiilitjl rivtir In Mr. Mnnlitlo.'i. lift.
,V n J Vi .7 i
t.nllfi. llnir iintvr.int lilliff I lui lifil ifinnl
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nrll OVer the front symbolized the '
. Ki L KBOIIt.f ft lill0 pwl.
men of stalwart native manhood.;
stood guard at the entrance iu the
luwu iiumi iii i ut.' i-iiiriiiii;u in i iiv
trikiug costume of au ancient war
ior. with feather helmet, cloak,
pear and all. Miss May Cuminins
a Madame Pole and Miss E. David-
striking costume oi au ancient war
sou as Goddess of the Mist repre
sented the island of Hawaii; Mis
Helen Robertson, Maui; Miss Li.ie
ilobrou, Molokiui; Miss Rosina
Shuw, Lauai; Miss Lot he Reckley,
Kahoolane; Miss Priscilla Kaiilu
kou, Molokai: Miss Minnie Schu
mann, Oiliti; Miss Elizabeth linker,
Kauai; Miss Elsie Robertson, Nil
hau: Miss Daisy Smith, Nihoa; Mjss
Hilda Robertson, Kaula; Miss Ka-
peka Merseberg, Lehua. A prettier
galaxy of Hawaiian beauty has
I surely never been grouped before.
i The costumes were rich in color and
! in great taste.
Here is a typical sitting room of
what Josh Hilllugs called "the good
old dae." The old (lneplace with
high mantel ai.d iirass andlioiis -or
dogirotis as they wen sometimes
locally called with a vivid counter
feit of blazing logs, make a cheery
sitiht, and one thai awakes reminis
cences to many people, even some
not above middle age. Grandtaluer s
Theo. Richards, Puritan maidens
and the following New (England
dames "Mesilames Chan. Cook, F.
imimp, i union iii.iiiioun,
V. Lowrey, Geo. Castle, Chas. Car
ter, .Ja. Castle, C. Ii. Wood, and
Miss Mary Paty.
The British booth is iu charge of
Mr.-. J. Hay Wodehousc, wife of the
British Minister Roideut, and Mrs.
K. ?M. Swan.v. wife of the actiutr
Vice-Consul, it takes the form of
"Ve Old Red Lion" inn, with n gor-
geous sign hung out. Miss Leila '
Wodi'liouse takes the character of'
liritanu.in. attended bv sailors aud j
uiariiieA. The Misses Rickard, Miss
Foster, Mr. ICrnest Wodehouse and
Miss AVoilehouso represent the
ilower of British beauty Allen
Jaeger was gotten up as a marine
and Alli-oii Jordan as a xailor.
MIAUO INll SI'AIN.
This is a true reproduction of a
Mexican pea-ant's home. It is pre
sided over by Mrs. Paul Nonunion,
with Mrs. Reiijes and Miss Fiuckler
as aids. Characters are personated
Miss Parker, Orange Girl; Miss II.
Parker, Miss G. Widomann, Miss
Vida, Spanish Souoritas; Miss G.
Macfarlaue, Dancing Girl; Mr. C.
W'idoinaun. Toreador: David Kaun-
1 nanakoa, Ksiieda; Mr Vogelgesang,
Laureate; Mr. E. Dowsett, Cheiio.
Here pure Mexican chocolate is
I served hot. Every now aud again
I sweet music rises from the group,
causing au immediate swing of the
I crowd in its direction.
A hAH'KK OAllTtV
Mr-. F. A. Schaefer is matron of a
German kaHee garten, where hot
coffee with patry aud rolls is dis
pensed. The presiding Inly of the
garden is agisted hj Miiei Minnie
Schmidt, Alice Jones, Tillie Hotiug,
Bessie Lawrence and ICIsa Schaefer.
Ktheliuda Sehaofer is (ierman stand
ard bearer. The coffee garden, to
put it in the vernacular of our read
er1. is an attraction of the Feat.
I iianci .
The French booth is characters
tically artHtic. It i of thosimjli
t udo of a salon of the Loiiix XV.
period. Mrs. W. G ltwiu, costuiu
ed as a lady of that tine, is the pre
siding genius. Miss Kathleen Cart
wright appeam as Joan of Are, Miss
Blanche Cornwoll and Miss Anita
Neumann, as ladies of the court in
the 18th century Miss May Atkiii
sou and Miss Ida Mott Smith are in
continues of the First Empire, Ml
.Mabel Hartwell represents Norman
dy, and Miss Mamie Widdilleld, Al
mice, both in tropical costumes. The
wares otrered hero are iu keeping
French toilet articles, bouboiM mid
Portugal is at lioino''in a finely
ilt'i'orateil booth. Mrs. ti. S. Cunha
is '" i'l'frge of it, nidoil by the fol-
lUWUI yoilll liUIR'fl 111 L'Ilt.llll lire
tuinu: Stiscs Julia, Inez, and Flora
I'crrv. Miss Forcira, Miss Cnniara
and jlr. M. A. OomnUos. Hosalio
,. , ! i muwihvuj n iau us ui mi laiinnouii OLtllCS lutv-IVLU UV lilt: ilcin-
Cimlin carries the Portuguese ilag. ' wo',a ropudInfe nn Opp0nnli l ,, , . Uy ,
lnncy articles, fruits and flowers 'jl!ch has mlmwh that la invidi- Posa contained more news of
are sold by M., Angela I,. Lunha. olli, disrespectful, ami I distasteful I to a bloodthirsty character that.
tws. thofcminino mind of approaching , , it- t
Our .lapance friends are co-ily age and singlo blespilness. "Old has been read here in a de
domiciled in a tea house and garden maids" is certainly not a nice ev cade. From all parts of the
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in meir MiiiivH "i ii, i iiiuiil'" mi
kin,,m, ()f ,.,,,; Nulllllra (b,f lllt, !
iirmr Taltachiho in detailing sail I
ors for deeorating it, tho booth J practicable in tho project ittlf. A shed. Prom California to
forms a wonderfully pretty picture , similar socioty has foug been in u.;nl rmmi-ntc nf tlw tin
in the scene. The gallmt com- . operation throughout Denmark, and 1Vla,nL " gimuilS Ol UM. tin
uiander also furni-hed green aud , works well and profitably. Tho employed are forming and
rod Japanese tea. Mr. Fujii, wife general outline of tho plan, it spciiis. ' marching to Washington for
r ii i.....i ri. ... ......a ....
Mrs. F. W. Damou was the pro- '
" ' K K""11 VuV ' ';' 'V
which xvas in tho form of an Onental
siding genius over t lie t liliiese bootli
arch of triumph. The assistants,
gorgeously arrayed iu Chinese cos
tume, were: Miss Oilman, Miss Mil
dred Kinney, Miss Kldrodgc, Miss
Ktta Wilcox, Miss Austin, the Misses
Ah Mae and Ah Young. I -an Chong,
Miss Annie Goo Kim. and Violet
and Vera Damon. Viands of the '
Flowery Kingdom, including birds,
nest soup, were served out.
swi:i.s xxi) Nimw.w.
This bootli is in bold relief, being
a veritable Norwegian cottage. Mrs.
L. Hopper js superintendent, her
companions being: Airs. K. V. Peter-1
Mrs. R. F. ihekerton and Mrs,
&, ".'J "" " ' "V, ",. H"l "'
ta pbel , p xt,.r, II. n d 1-. Ku nev,
fc r "K n
C. lledi'tiiauu, the Misses Chapin,
J ' , -,
Ui!o Hopper is standard bearer.
Many of the visitors linger long
Imiring the ipiaint arehitec-
A KnraiMiiiie t met urn tlmllnr tlm
Ol llic v. Olliii vieiiertii, ciiniriuiui'u i mm nmj itiiu iiiiub uui. iroi sum
flowers. Miss Carrie Catle is in that sho means to be married, or
charge of the booth, assisted by wants to bo married, should pay au
Misses O.awa, G. Robertson, A. annual premium to tho central of
Parke, M. Doner, Mrs. Collaco, Mrs. fice; she receives a form of policy
Kniiake, Mrs, C. Crabbo and Mr. duly executed, and upon condition
Collaco. Tara Mitamura. Neddie that sho pays her annual premiums
Crabbo and Nakano are the nimble with regularity, she will receivo at
young nailers. j the ago of forty a round sum pro-
nnxv. portionato to the extent of her iu-
,., ,, ..i,ii,.v ....ri J ' Mursn, In llonultilii, on MON-
representat es or India s coral AV lllP ,, (Uy , .xprun,,,, nl ,.j
'st'auil. Mrs. h. 11. Maxwell is t lie ' ,x)ii of i-M iluy.
, regnant empress, supported by Mrs. FiimIht iartiunlitrs rnn be lml of Wll
v "i m !...:.. i: ..... I'll.... limn . Aci'l. Attorni'V nt Ijiw.
yt.unmii, .uin. ni in, -'n-i.i'1. biiun
Homier, Ethel .Smith, Kitn Schmidt.
Irmgaard Schaefer, Rice and Grace,
ami W. 11. TeiuplMton. Itennies
brass is a staple ammig the ware
A.MIIA'T illII.IK I..
A classie retreat is the booth of
ancient Greece. Following is n list
of the uivthical tenants, winged and
eipiippcd as deities: Atheuia, Mrs.
M t. Wlddllleld; Jleletl ol 1 rov, i
Mrs. Van Vliet; Hera, Mrs. G. P.
Wll. I..,. .1,1.....!., Ml,. V..II!., U'l.tl...
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I'syche. Mios Allele iddilleld; ,
I Ii Ltrtu tldti -fiiiiitlfi Ifnualittruft !
Deiueter, MUs Kittle Vuln; Ari.vlnu)
.uiss.juiiei King; uupiii. .mis ivina
A matinee is being given
The Philadelphia's band will be
present this evening.
Admission is cents; children,
In rear of the Hawaiian booth an
elegant collation was hurved last
night, Steward Chapman of Sans
Souci being the caterer. Turkey,
chicken, sandwiches, ham, poi and
fish were iu the menu.
Auk Your FrioutU
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of it, ami the replies
will be positive iu its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
tells the story of its merit. One has
been cured of indigestion or dyspep
sia, another Iiinl it indispensable
for sick headache or biliousness.
while others report remarkable cures
of fcciofula, catarrh, rheumatism,
I salt rheum, etc
Homl'i Pills are purely vegetable
Secured His Sorvicus.
Mr. V. G. Potter, crayon and water-color
artist, who has boon visit
ing the islands for his health, has
made au engagement with Mr. J. J.
Williams. .Sir. Potter's work while
in ban l' raucisco was second to
. Samples will be on ex
ir studio, 102 Fort streel
Tn II IK
OVER THE OAHU RAILWAY
msdiiy Eveiiing, April Hill
A hl'Kl'l M.TIIAIN will luivit llonolnlii
ut 7;l'i f. m. ItfiiirnliiK will arrive
In llonolii n about le.l.'i l'. m.
75c. -ROUND TRIP-75c.
A. rirki'l- will In1 on -ii I.- at tin' linit l
iiuniii.tiiiit'ly lictore lit innrtiirL' of tlin I
lak- I'urili'H or I Inlm ilrirlnn to lniv.i a
ni'iiinl l'nr rn'urvnl ctn ilo ro It) no' If) Ink
Hi" hiiHiilntiiiiileiit iii'forv Tiiuniliiy ut n
i'. i. mnl lie- niri Iiii.Iiik l tit liut :tu
ilKi I'. nr.N'lhOS,
1 ' ii
A Now Insurance Society.
An Old Maids' Insurance Socioty
is talked of in London, much to the
delectation of tho alleged funny
moil who nro alwavs on tho look out
for a target for their wit. They sug
gest that another designation bo
adopted, as ladies of all ranks and
"-aonii iw iiib uii it iiruiiritui ui u .
Jocioty; but, whatever the title,
there is nothing chimerical or ini. ,
a i n n iniitt .. ....! an
vestments, aim ivitu prouauiy cor
tain bonuses. In case she marries
Imfnrn nr nfter thnt ii?.. lm must
Jwro " wtr I "l age, she m st
forfeit all claim upon the company,
ow that the numiier of non-marrying
women is increasing so fast, a
socioty of this sort would bo a great
benefit to the many who are neces
sarily solf-supnortiiig, and who, un
less provided lor in some sucn way
can oniy iook mrward to an out age
of povorty and neglect.
By Jas. f. Morgan. j
Morlagoo'B Notico of Forociosuro. j
IN ACVOUUANVr, WITH THK PJI0VI- I
kIoim of d ccrtMin morij!ng. '""'lo iy
I). 11. NAIII.N'L' of H. Keim. ilannll, to I
Jno.o. i)omiiiiMintc.iu-'ii.i.iuiy. ii, n- i
vunici in 1.11'tr -. ,.nKe -.mill iiiiiiy n-.
mkik'1 to Ijui ( linnit; notice Is hrrvliy !
nivcutiiit thu ni.riK.iKiu lutnuimofo -1
cIom- tin- snimi lor uuiuittioiK nrokni, to i
win iioii..iimrnt of inuTc-t una ,rin-'
'Wwv i, iiki iv,M. that niter tiu-1
I'lpintioii iii thrvu voks irom iintruf this ,
, noiit, lite proisrriy convejfu oy mm
I i.i..ri...,u.. ulii iu, n,K-..ni....1 r..r .!.. .1
pilhlli' lUR'tlmi, M tho miction rooms of I
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Ai-olfttiee of i tic Murtitnftir.
Tlit i eml-o coviircil mid nturtK Krt
l-t. All tlio-c lumli'd at Hoiikftm, S.
Kotm, llnwiill. mill more iinrtlculnrlv i -
iTll.cl In It. I'. I'CIT on I.. 0. A. ltf.1l to
Mikikiii, foiitnlnuiiiniiitn'tiof 4 l-li'iiirrn-
liicln.lliitf nil lMilMlnh's tliLTi'im iiinl
K .i v ,11 - f-iip.mi.i-
fiirimirly knon n
till' llOUlt ll'illl III Mllll
II. 11. .Slllllllll.
'.'ml. AH iIiom1 ri'iiilii'ii ilrrcrllx'il In II.
1' lloi to lli'iiry Ciiirke.i'ontuliiliiK mi iir-n
of in ncri's nl Kntiliako, H. Koim, lliiwnll.
.'Inl All thii'u nrciiilfOB iIcmtIIic-I In It.
' I " io iiiibmi joiiie.oii,riiii iiiiuiti in
nrra ot ill iicrrs nt hniilmKo. .h. mmiii, nn-
. ,tu rii iiti.vi. mIp i l-i.t1om;.i to
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ikj; ot AurtloiuMT.
Fortunes at Pearl Harbor
. -.,., 3TI, . . ,
' , (TQ TICVN SALK
On TUESDAY. April 17,
AT 12 IVOI.Oi'K NOON.
A.T MY SALiIDSROOV
I Mill. HKI.l I I f tl I.I t AI'ITIil.S
Lots 3 & 4 in Block 35,
At tho Pontnaula, Pearl Harbor.
ttiT TIicm ne Hi'iliom botK facl'ijj the
N'fW I'nlttM Ktif'i. lliivfriiiiit'lii loallnK
I'or furtliur imitli'iilnm u)iily tn
Jaa, F1. Moretin,
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, April 18
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tint Hi'sl.lenii.. of A. J.( AKTWKIllHT,
KH., rorniT of Kicmiinukii nml l.n-
nullloNtri-uth, I will hell ut
Tho : Entire : Household : Furniture,
Crockery & Glassware,
Carriages, Etc., Etc.
Particulars in Future Advertisement.
I ukmimiton rvpi:vitni:ii, i AIM
1 ml nml "iniiill UiUuri, nnaiiinin-il In
iiorfi-et onlcir. $: (:uli. Aildri'ii,
"A. .".," I. (I. Ilux .71.1, Honolulu,
Y AllnKM'i: KIIUM I'lIK
I .Mr. J. P. Wll'KlT Wl lift
for inn uihliT full imwiir of iittoriu'v.
J. I.A.. Ill's,
llonolnlii, April il, IMil. HH'1 Iu
ui; nwi: ai'I'ointkh Mil u c.
llniiiiiiiiun nolo UKt'til lor nil ol our
I'o.iIh, nil ik.'iI from the ecU'luntuil Tukuwii
.Milieu, J tii.it ii
k. oo mt a a co
Honolulu, Atirll 'J, ls!l. IMf-tf
Beiiiim Mm Co, L'li
Saturday, April ., 18U.
The papers from the United
,un. . ..mil 'irmimtc f,f lie
WorItl came accounts cl cits
content, uprisings and blood-
the purpose of placing their
grievances before Congress.
Never, perhaps, in the history
of the Great Republic has
there been such a demand by
labor on capital. Can anyone
see the ultimate result ? The
increased population in the
United States has placed the
bread-winner in excess of the
demand; there are not enough
places to co around. In the
I mining districts men have been
I thrown out of employment
through national legislation;
.n .- mnM1,f:,rHliin " :tr:rtc ,
" ; "' T" ' '
overproduction during the past
year has been the cause of
mills closing down and throw-
ing the operatives out of em-
nlnvment. Pnvirlv bpents:
. ' . , ' 7 .f
crime, anarchy and socialism.
mm.,, nri,; f ,,,- ntM, .,.
l "u atiarciiist war ciouct tnat
has hung for yirs like a pail
t , ,
over fctiropc has separated
,", .r : ,.; ,:.
ntl a portion ol it casts a. grim
sldow over the Western
Hemisphere. I he laws of na-
titrt :irc mnri iumrr.;mv'( tn
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the poor man than the laws of
government, and with the ra
pitlly increasing numbers to
I the unemployed something
. llU.fc V.l'IVJU,. I 1.1111. nil
provements must begin so
t that work may be given the
vtlrifl.ft I'dKllr. im
idle and willing workmen or a
bloody war must follow, not
one of supremacy in politics but
a rebellion with the pnor on
one side aud the wealthy on
the other. What a blest place
is Hawaii! an oasis in the
desert of strife. 1 laving few
has not thrown men on tin:
streets; being far away from
the main land it does not pre
sent the same atir.iciio.i to the
wanderers who do only
enough work to kvp body
and soul together, and being
free from that class of society
we an: less liable to the trou
ble which usually follows their
arrival in a community. An
other and more probable rea
SOU lor the existence Ol peace
in I lawaii is the fact that we
sell goods to meet the condi
tion of the times.
Everyone needs a stove but
the trouble has always been in
the price. It was not until we
iSKTS "IU IS? ftSE!
Utensils Were brought down
within the reach of the man of
small or even moderate means.
The celebrated "P.tnsy" stove
costs less money, burns less
fuel and will list longer than
any Other Stove IU the market,
The low price of sugar in
creases the demand lor a
strong fence for little money.
The Jones Locked is ure-emi-nently
the best for people who
have land and who wish a
fence strong enough to keep
in cattle, liiglu cents for a
steel stay and live washers is
just half what you will have to
pay for a redwood post. The
stay and washers will outlast a
half dozen posts and your
fence will be stronger and will
! never sag. A sample order
y will please us and convince
j you as to the correctnesb of
) our statements.
In the matter of Tablr Cur
i lery we believe we stand in the
, front rank of dealers in thi
! country. Our aim is, and has
, been always, to secure the best
article procuratiie. w e nave
been successful in this and for
that reason people who want
cutlery come here to gel it
No better steel is made than
is found in our table knives.
The price well that is insigni
ficant ton utterly small to
consider as an oh.-dacle in the
way of everyone having good
knives at the table. Siher
plated ware, spoons aud forks
are as prominent with us as
any other line we carry, and
we get the best.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
PRICES REDUCED 25 PERCENT
52r FOR FOUR WEEKS -8
English Wardrobes, Plato Glass Front;
jMsirblctop Wash Stands,
Murblutop Dressing Tublus,
o1. k ,.i, ttv.., p !,.,.,.
kji;wn;n vyiiu.iio ut iiium,
Dining Hall and Parlor Chilil'S,
KllM.'in ISllitOS, Pictures, Etc.
1... I IU,,,,, ,ltl) ... r w, ,o
lvOVUl WOllM'SlOl VaSJS,
Koval Worcostcr lea bets,
Dinner Sets, Ton Sots,
Doeonitod Vases, Tumblers, Glasses,
Claret Jngs, Lamps, Screens,
Iron Bedsteads, jralting,
E3to., E3to., Bto.
THEO. H. PA VIES & CO.
National Cane Shredder
I'UT.VTI.II UNDKIt l"IM? LAtt'l OK I'lIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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THK r.NDKUSIGNKI) IIAVK HKKN APPOINTED SOLE AOENTS l-'OK
iIicm) SiiiiciniKiiH iiinl are uw iiiepareil to receive orders.
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Siikkiiiimi aie thmotiglily cmhUmIiiiI ami ucknnwlilgcd liy riuntcrs
I he lnrjje miinlicr of Planter, UMug them iu tho United Mates, Uului,
Argentine Itcptililic, Peru, Anxlr.iliu
The use "f the SiiiimuiKii very luiucly uuiiicut" the oininlity of ciine
the mill cm grunl (l'.'i to ,ri0.), ul-n tin- extinciiou of juice (f) to VIA).
It is a gie.il hiifi'cu.ml, uiiktiu Iciiohii ui mice the priMJiici) of iiny
pieci", of iimi, F-tiikf- tri'in c"i-, i r nnj Ihinj; u lu-li wmild Ik- lnihle to dinuiigc
the mill, ami allowing umpli tinn- in lein-tve M.ine hefoio iluinnuiug the mill.
The SiuiKiiDi.ii i very Minmgly m.ide, uml from die ni.inncr nf lt opera-
t in tl it ciil or le irh then pici 1 1- of winsl ur iron without often hrcukiug the
,Siiiikiii)i:ii; uml if nny. Iiin Ineuhx, it ii- rimjily roiiu-of the knives or cutters,
which etui lie ipuckly mnl ti tu ic-ull y rcplaci'd, Th" Siiiir.iinr.it, as Its
uiiiiie iinliciili, tcurh tin cane inin i-hu'il of v,irtn lculhs, peifcctly open-
iiiK it uml .dlonini; the null to thoroughly pic- out the juices without re-
ijuirini; the iniin'eiibe extra power ueccwiry to griml or crush the whole
ciiuu. The Siiiimnii.ii npic.els the i-hrcdiliil cine iiniforuily uml evenly to
the mill rolls, nml ilooe iiwnv with the tU'cerciiy of nirciuliliK the biiKio-i-e by
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iiiiini uiinuu iiiu nulla, i.iil'll' it i iiiiiiii ,r ill nn. ,u iiiivi i,i,v.iiii mi
boiler capacity required to oj untie the Siiiii:t)i)i:it thuii that which wan
Kiiiiieieiil fr (lie mill, fm the itiiovc rein-ous. We fiiruihli lull worKinu
IriiwinN fur the im-ltilliiliun of our Siiiii:iiii:iih, cimljling any comix'teut eu
giucer to iacihfully iu.-iull ami htntt tliem.
In orderniK Siiin:i)iii:its from m., plearu rend riniill ekclch, h iwinp the
iliauietei uml width nf the null mil' with wliiili miiiuhhk is to he cnnnecli il,
iiUo the iihIc (eillmr rihl or left Ii mil as you f.ire t' - .ielicry title of the
mill), upon which the null undine i- lucutcil, .iImi the lieiht from liner line
lo ceiiti r f front null loll i-lnift, ami ilii-lauce center tins shaft to front end
of bed plate. There SllKKiiiiiaih are now bcinj; uul by the Hilo Siikiii Co.
uml Hani .Mill, ICohalu, where they nii'j;iviiin sreut MttUfuctioit.
Vff I'rici'K and furihur particuhos may he had by applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Ml' l lt Aimlt fur the lliiunlliiit fthmil'
for Mil in
Table fc Medicinal Waters:
BuiTtxlo Litliia., Oa.stalia.ii,
idunya.cli, Ivlaiiitou, iR.uoina.t,
ISTa-pa, Soda,, "Violiy,
and tiil ii:i.i;mATi:i)
A IX THK AI5() i; AKK MH1 SAI.i; HY Till'.
Bottle, IDosen. or Case
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
es3 irort street, . Honolulu, k. i
uml cUewhcre, he.ir witnis to the
fjnaiititli'S to suit the