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MONDAY, JULY 9, 181)4.
Matters In Piobate Hoapltal Duet
Jtuluo Coopor hns mi roved the
r .t ....,..., .:ii k !..,.,. accounts, aud ordered tue discharge
Local sportsmen will be interest- lf p,f a'dmJo,,trjlrx of the etnte
ed If not amazed at the records of j 0f j, , Caiapha. D. Dayton for
snooting made in a uiatcn at to- i petition
aavaiian Hardware Co., L'll
Tuestny, Jvly .?, MP.
KwongSingLoy SING LOY, ORDWAY & PORTER
107 King Si.. "Thomas Black." 81-93 Hog St., soir lunik. Sl
peka to bo found in this paper.
Ex-President Harrison's remarks
on the assassination of President
Carnot aro timely. There are too
many evidences abroad, iu the midst
of civilization to-day, of the spread
of the doctrine that tho end justi
fies the means. The uatural couse
quence is that bad men put tho
doctrine in practice for the very
worst ends. Strict respect for law
and lawful methods is the best anti
dote against anarchy. That Mr.
Harrison's advice is needed has had
illustrations in Hawaii. A startling
Instance has lately been given, in the
tacit approval of shotgun politics iu
the South, by citing it as a parallel
whereby to justify minority rule by
force iu these islands. This, too,
has been out of tho mouths of a
class that claims to possess pecu
liarly friendly sympathies for the
lowly peoples of the earth.
HHOWINO THE CLOVEN POOT.
For some mouths past a strong
suspicion ha been abroad that tho
leaders and a largo cln of the lead
ing supporters of tho Provisional
Government wore not sincere toward
thocausoof annexation totho United
States. Even some members of the
Advisory Council and dolegates to
the Constitutional Couvention havo
The same JuiIko has aimoiiited
Maluaikoo as guardian of hit
nephew, Steven S. M. Barrett, a
minor, uuder $100 bond. C. Urowu
Judgo Whiting gavo an oral deci
sion this afternoon on an importaut
question. Tin Queen's Hospital
petitioned for a writ of mandamus
to compel .fas. B. Castle, Collector
General of Customs, to collect one
dollar each from tho 1200 Japanese
labor immigrants brought by the
steamer Mitko Maru from Japan.
Under date of July 7, J. A. King,
Minister of tho interior, baa written
to tho Collector-General in the fol
"In accordance with tho action
taken by the Executive Council this
day, 1 would instruct you that, until
otherwise instructed, you will not
collect hospital tax from Japanese
immigrants who came to theo Isl
ands under contracts with the Board
of Immigration. Such immigrants
come to tho country under tho con
ditions of the convoution between
the Hawaiian Government and the
Japaneso Goverutueut, and aro upon
n different footing from ordinary
This letter is cited by Collector
General Castle in his answer to tho
order of tho Court to show cause
why tho writ should not be made
absolute, also citing "tho long estab
lished construction of the meaniug
of t ho acts and st at utes" named in the
hospital's application and "tho es
tablished usage in such cases," a
reasons for not collecting tho hospi
tal tax from the Japanese immi
P. 0. Boi 207. Mutual Tele. 686. P. 0. Boi 207.
The scheme to run a line of: MutQdl Tula. 339.
steamers from Tacotna to Yo
kohama, making Honolulu a
stopping point is gradully tak
ing shape. Tacoma is now, ,
and has been for several years, , (JIlilMiHO, .)ilKlUCS! Hll(l IlxlilUi (jmmxIhI
the shipping point for a vast n,jnil Sillw, Lncus and Linens,
amount of products of North ( lupuuec Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Western Washington. Rail-, wik iiannKoro mow, onawis ana pcurts,
roads from points east of the
mountains connect the great
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Fort ft Nouano.
Wo Imve Just Received from Sun Fruncineo per Burkentine
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Etc. i
fcA Coiniilflc TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT!
inuuuiuma u.imw.1 u.c 8 , wt, Oninp, ti-nt Cuitfru mid u complete line of English and I
wheat producing district of American Siriiiiiim. reflect lit guaranteed. I
Walla Walla Valley with tide; cahhmbhks, likkkh, lawns, mubi.inh, I
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats ! j
- - SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT '
Trunk, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Etc
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.!
In Solid Oak sml of the Very Latest Holgn. Aim,
Kiteimlon Tabic nil sites with Chair ami Hldeboar ts to tnarrh
We Imvp a complete Mock of th yrxxto
lth ('orders are Hip lniit thing out
Wa liava theio In
tfiven utterance to such a suspicion, . Carter As Carter appoarort for the
,iti i, , i.i . Quoon s Hospital, Attorney General
wbilo it has almost been an out- . n .,, ,, ... A. irtmin fnr
spokou cry iu tho different orani.a- th respondent. Among tho exhibit
tiouK formed ostensibly to promoto ; in tho vast was a form of contract
tbo annexation movement. Con-" botwwm the Hawaiian Government
aid.rab.o color I. Kivo to the .u,. , $ SioT ??tiftiZ
piciou in question by tho torn, of an t!int tu, laborer and his family "shall
oditorial iu the Advertiser. It argue on exempt fro in all and every kiwi
gainst tho onco almost universally i of pergonal tax."
accepted belief that thore could be .Tuo C,U".rl nm,loro( "n. "' .'
, . . .... , , ctaion roinsiuc to grant the writ of
no assurance of stability for an iu- mnn,u,nus. . L. Carter for the
dependent republic iu those Islands, j Hospital noted exceptions to the do
"Experience," it says, "has shown cislon.
, 1..1 i .,.,.. i... ,.., ..r .i.:.1 Iu the ca'k of QuonK FutiK .V Co.
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f tHUlU IIIHUUIIItll' OI4V4 UV ilfl
water and the promoters of the
new line anticipate a large
business in Washington pro
ducts between these points.
We understand the Canadian
and Australian line gets this
business now by means of a
transport between Tacoma and
Vancouver, and the idea of the
Great Northern is to secure
the business without the extra
handling of freight. Washing
ton is a great state, rivaling '
Minnesota in the production tmio u lare and varied stock the undersiirned would draw : irai.ir.wrutuf woven wire MMtrev, spring, Hair, Mou, wi ami
of wheat and giving to the peo- particular atlention to the following:
pie of the northwest fruits
more luscious than California
can grow. If a line of steamers Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
from Tacoma to Yokohama Middlings, Uatu, Corn. ,
calling here could be made to ' KS In addition to our usilal stock of these we are now '
it would certainly be a'L"".'" ....".....b. ........ xu ... w.,vU a....vj
. These are each possessed of strong feeding properties am '
t'ouutry, which is also the party of
stability and order, in stroug in
numbers and in public spirit, and
quite capable of maintaining tho lie
public forever." Some of tho load
ing mou in forming tho Knpublio of
Hawaii have, however, expressed a
contrary opinion to this of the Gov
ornmont organ withiu tho past few
days, and so omphaticully as to do
much toward reducing, if not re
moving, tho suspicion iu quoit ion
against the leaders geuorally. There
aro componeut elomeuts in the Ad
vertiser's boasted "party of stability
and order" of such a character aud
in such large proportion as to make
the Republic of Hawaii, if left to an
iudopondnnt existence, the sccue of
perennial distpiint aud frequent tur
bulency, vying in these conditions
with the republics of Central and
South America. Some of these ele
ments withiu that party have, in
deed, boon tho authors of most of
the troubles that the Provisional
Government encountered from its
beginning to its ending. Thoy have
been only selfish iu their aims aud
unscrupulous in their means. When
things are not made to luit them t hoy
will stop at no means to suit them
selves. Even tbo Advertiser's best
people hate proved from the first
that their leading motive was to
gain oither the emoluments of office
or the spoils of power. It is not
surprising that tho lowor grades of
the party were quick to follow tbo
example thus set, and early became
clamorous for their claimed share of
the plunder. Whenever the Gov
ernment is compelled by stress of
tjuaucial circumstances, as it must
soon Iw, to heavily cut down the
list of persons liviug off the trea
sury, the Advertiser will not be kept
loug waiting to find how little its
party is that of "stability anil order." I
With the top-heavy Constitution
that has been framed for the He
public of Hawaii, moreover, there is
additional ground for fear that any
discontented combination of fan
tious will regard constitutional
methods as tho least hopeful ones
for a majority to employ iu securing
its legitimate control of atfairs.
When the Advertiser begiua thus
earl, before the Republic has oveu
entered upon the ordinary perils of
a state, to argue that tho stability
of tho new and untried system is as
sured, it displays tho cloven foot
and shows that its advoency of an
nexation has lwen only a temporary
expedient for bringing about the
establishment of an isolated oligar
chy. How large a faction is in with
it in this deception tho elllux of
events must bo awaited to reveal
I'rovention la Bettnr
Thau cure, and those who aro sub
ject to rheumatism can prevent at
tacks by keeping the blood pure aud
free from tho acid which causes tho
disease. You can roly iiiion Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a rnimmy for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for every
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
and other diseases caused by impure
blood. It tones and vltalios th
Hood's 1'ills aro easv and geutlu
Plantation, in equity, tried at Wai-
lukii, Maui, Judge Kepoikai gave
judgment iu favor of defendants,
ilsmisslug piaiutiiM mil. ino nun
was brought to rodeom a mortgage
Tho defendants claimed
made on the 11th daj
of April, 1872.
document iu question was uot a
mortgage but a conditional deed
which was to become absoluto upon
the non-payment of the considera
tion named thereiu iu six mouths
from date thereof. Tho Court sus
tained this view aud held further
that tho action was barred by the
statute of limitations. O. W. Ash
ford for plaintiffs; J Alfred Magoou
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powdm!
Maaa for Presldont Caroot.
Next Wednesday, tho 11th Inst., at
D o'clock a. tn., a solemn Requiem
Mass will take place at the Roman
Catholio Cathedral for tho late Mr.
Carnot, President of tho French
Republic. A cordial invitation is
extended to all the resideuts of this
city. Owing to circumstances over
which the Uishop of Paunpolis has
uo control, this is tho only official
recognition of the grief of France
which is at preseut feasible.
Mechanics' Home, comer Hotel
and Nuuauu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 25 and
5Ucouta per uight; tl and $1.2ft per
Saturday Afternoon, July 14th,
No I .lH). ... ..!
ta tm, in. iNtr nnir
UvfriM.ni iVwim UK Hi h.
Knxlttb iMIi) Midi v
ROCK SA LT
HAM. HAOOft, VHKKSK
lUrrrl.anct Half Uarrvia
"Hlour." hoifC m itti m.mi mt.
A nhnlrv vnrlHi; f t.)ii k.i,o
Mortou'to Kiitfliatt Urncnrtna,
Oruaa ft lllarkwttll'a English Qnxwnaa,
Ltbby, KcNoll A Llbby'a Canned Mmtit,
Kichardaon Bobbin' Oaau.d is-ni.
A.T 3:30 0'CX.OCIC
Pie, TabU aim lum
1 anJ Ift Ih i-.i
A larne nm
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LA HUB 8TOOK8 UF
Mr. Samuel Adelstein,
Solo Mando'inlst and LuteUI,
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday Evening, July 17th
MIH KA TK MtUKKW. Soi.rBtio.t Violin,
MIlH YV I. WAKIilNKIdC'ontraltui
,MU WII.I. II. HlHKIH.'it-nnr,
MIHS NKTl'lK IIITKHAN8, 1'iaii.i
MIHrfM. I'ATY Violin,
MX. (IhH. PAKIH. HiiIh.
MU VU.YT.YI.OU, Cello
Hot I'litn at 1..
A I.I. ACCOUN'M. KRNTrt. I.KAHKH,
lo.,illlO Ilia KMAtfW't the iHte K'lU
kiin are now ptjulito to (J icctl DnnHHt-r
Knilolsul, I'urilt'ii lioliliiiK iniMrty lire
roiuKtr il to ri'C'rt. li'77-lw
AI.I, I'KllbONH AUK NOriKIKI) NOT
to orvillt any una on my aocount
without my wrltmn onlnr.
JOHKl'U I'AIKO, ts.
Vunolulu, July tl, IkVl. toftl-lw
a a . a avaa.wa-.- . !"" .. va, avaa
good tiling ior nawan. livery aro Wlll) worth trill hy uj intorcut'-d in stock.
aaf(kl tln .lo Kua irtuinr
money to ih merchants; the I J- .I....I w KmJ JE
more vessels, the more money,
and it is the same in any city
with a harbor. Some years
ago a city on Pugct Sound got
most of its business through
the fact of its being the port of
entry for the Sound. As time
passed other towns sprung up
and developed into cities of
larger and stronger growth
than the other, and they were
in time made sub-ports of en
try. From that time until to
day it has been a case of the
"survival of the fittest." The
first town with its $300,000
custom house and glorious
climate has sunk into insigni
ficance; vessels which formerly
entered and cleared there go
further up Sound and the trade
has L'one with it. So it has
been here on the Islands. La
haina is to-day commercially
dead; hundreds of people here
can remember counting 200
vessels in the harbor at one
time. Is money as plentiful in
Honolulu as when the harbor
was full of whaleships? It is
easy to note the change which
have taken place since the
days when the shipping at La
haina was larger than it is to
day. It is as easy, then, to
calculate the benefits to be de
rived from additional lines of
steamers into Honolulu.
If there has ever been a
better iron stove than the
"Pansy" manufactured we've
not heard of it. Hundreds of
these stoves are in use here,
and every one has given satis
faction. We have them in
three sizes and keep getting
them by every steamer. If
you want a good baker that
uses the minimum quantity of
fuel you can do no better than
to buy a "Pansy."
The "D. & D." polisher will
succeed Sapolio just as the
safety has succeeded the old
time velocipede. We have
tried this polisher for every
purpose for which Sapolio is !
used and find it superior.
WICKER WARE I
Wf h twHUtllnl itvlgni of these (foo-li, cntnl'tlns of Sofs Chstrs, Knnkars. Ktn
Kt. ou can Kt these g.oli In any Unbb you denlre,
I'arlnr t hnlr, Dlnltiit-room Chairs, ltw'ltip Otmlr-i. O tiler Chairs, tlpholthroil Chat.-a,
High Chain., Klft., tile
Cribs and Cradles!
V BEDIDIliTCa- V
I.IVKuKkMK KKAHIKItH AND8U.K FI.OtfH KOK 1'll.l.OWH,
WINDOW 8H.l)i:y IN AI.I.C0I.0K8 ANUUIZKA,
COKN1CK I'OI.KtJ IN WOOD OR UUAHd UtltfMINOH
Mmm, Imm li - MhUmi Furniture
KKI'AlltEl) At' UKAHONAIH.K IIATKH
Cabinet Making " Branches by Competent Workmen
Washington State. tU We muku a km-!m feature of I N ir.lt 10 It DKOOKATINO. Tttla Ilopartmrnt
' 1 uniler thr iinonni tiivrriltn of Mr tlronuK OhdwaY.
tU. All our Omuls are rtrit-cU 'id from t ! nry
' conrlnfe tint tiioit iltcptlral
I.NtPlt l),-ltftl A 'lilt will
Our Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bkll 526- TELEPHONES Mutual 646
OKDWAY & PORTKR.
VING FAT CHAN
t Dik to Inform th inlMIc that thny
. Iiuvh oj.tliiti a
Branch Store at No. 322 Nuuauu Street, :
! WliareUirvrnrryaiHiiniilctr llru-ol
'I1KIUIOOM BhTH, CIIAUIH,
. TAIH.KS. WAIIDItOllhP,
, STANDS, Ktc. Ktc, lite.
i Fnrullura R.p!rd and diuiral Jobbing
at Ite;soa4b!o Rataa.
VI XG FAT CHAN,
I07rt-:tru M3 Ntiunnn SlleU
FlaiiiiiilGo Siii'pins. Mmn, Or; Mi
rackery, Formmre. Etc., Etc., Old stand Swept Away.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
SON, SMITH & CO
IN TL1EIR NEW STORK,
Cokxer of Pout axd Uotki. Strkkts, - - Honolulu
1AM KTIl.t. ritbfAltKD ro riUTKIt
luUftid, Keuoiislriict, or liullil ati tliinu
hIoiiKlug to the llulhllng Traile.
tW All oritur left with Johu Nott,
KIiik atrt-et, will hf )iiuiiitly ulteiiitiil to.
(J W. MNCOI.N.
REMOVAL NOTICE !
The following tcntiiuoniul
hu boen received from a pro
i uiiiient plaututiun owner and
H0N01.UI.D, H. 1., May 3U, IWH.
PACinc Hakuwaue Co, l.'o, ilouolula.
You ask my opinion of Lucol aa a Vatut
1 Imve exiwrlmenteil with Lncol Oil for
oiit-flilu and IiikIiIo work, nloo on Iron work.
lutintiiiK uiy vacuum pan, macbltier and
cuntrlfugala, with it aud the remit ha
lieuu most tatlsfactory. It dries harder,
niukcs a better fliilnh, goes farther and It
more wttlsfucUiry iu every way than Hn
(Vrtulu paint work which was always
Htluky with lliiiocii oil, dried hard when
I.ui ol Oil wai lined
Youry truly, Auo. Ukciku
A. IIiTI3 X-iXSTE Or"
j A. F, Medeiros & Co.
I Will removu to their new heailqiuirters
ON OU AllOl'T Jtfl.Y IHT
SPONGES iii.d PKKFUMERY,
DRUGS and MEDICINES.
Soda Water with Pure California Fruit Juice.
Peihct Fit Guaiacteed.
Notico oi Romuvall
S AM) AKTKIl JLI.Y Ur, TUT.
I MfiUe of tint i'i:oi'i.i;'H ici; ,v kk
Fitini:i:AriNi co m iwut tim
Faotory, Boretania Stroot,
FH3R. S. S. "GhA.HJiL.ia.''
itnTii n:i.i;nitiM wa
Hawaiian Hardware Co.. WA
H)xHtto Hicp.' filial,
m wmT STKKKT.
Have inadu anoUicr Lai'o Iinportntioii ol
MimiiiU nf UA CONSTANU1A itnd Rl. COMBTA
Litrgo Ausoi'tmont of ShapoB and Sizca
For Sale Id Bond or Duty Paid Cor, Port & Merchant Streets.
L. C. AIJ1.KS,
Itfhlilniicc 'reliiiilioiieii-llfll Jl't, Muttml
KlrHt Bumi-Annuul Exhibition
At Klog'a Art OallerltM, UotM Street,
0n from Jiuielith to July lit ti.
Kxlilliltli.il ol Oil rulntlliK., Water Color,
l'teU, Hi'iilptitie, W110.1 1'itrvliiK ami I'nr
elalu I'ulotliitt AitmU'loli, AO ('iU
Dirootion tor Uso.
Uko Lucol in ovuiy ri'B'ict in ttie
biiiuo inunuiT uh yon wmild liunued
oil, with tlnminghi exception thin yon
nmy mid fully oni'-ciimrler mure Lu
col to tho kiiiiio (uuutity of piginont
tlniti you would of llimeeil,
lu iihiiiK niitluHiu, Voiicitiun rod, the
oclitos, and oiIrt dry iiigniuute, a if
mlvioublo to mix up tho tmint ut leut
0110 di.y luforo it it to bo used, then
mid u third more l.t.'dOL uiid tho paint
will liu foil ml to i'iivi well and havo
II gOIld glllHH.
NRVKK mi: JAI'A.NM
Wluro liiird ourfuceo ouch uo Ut)rn,
dtopii, oto., uro reiinired nan litluitfo
1 only, never uto Jup.uib
j IAMH. MIXKri WITH VAlt
unit HhuiHih their working and tin
pnnnr their itppiiuriinee hut thkv
HIKU'tlt UK l'HM HAMK DAV TllhV AHS
mixi.I), otlierrtiou tho gum ul tin- vr
iiIhIi nmy lie preeipluiieil or the mix
I I III' IIIUUKIIl Ul inilll 1 Hi J Ol Lit
hoi, to viiruiblifM iliidH tit is redine tlieir
lii'tre nor rotiinl 'heir leuileuing hiiiI
ilrvnif mid it pn w ul tln-ii eril;lii
AftenLs for ttie Hawaiian Islands