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J. F. SCOTT, la c Principal of the Ha
waiian Uovertiii'ent School at Wolnnue,
Oahu, Is hereliy appointed Clerk of the
Hoard of Kdilcalloti of the Iteptildlc of
Hawaii, such appointment to take effect
and date as of and from tlie 1st Jay of
Wll.l.tAM It. CAHTI.R,
l'resl.lont of the Hostel of (education.
Office of tho Hoard of rMucttloti.
Honolulu, July 'Jl, 191. 10!).' -.It
tl'dard tv wither Sr-ei tier fttrty,
But Kttablinhfd for lh- Hmrlit of Alt
WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, ltAM
Mr. Theo li. Davies was recog
nized at the Colonial Conference at
Ottawa an the delegate of the Ho
nolulu Chamber of Commerce. He
wa the only member who did not
represeut a British possession. For
political reason the Provisional
Government refused to graut Mr.
Daries credential to represent Ha
waii as a whole. Yut it is probable
that his presenco at the conference
will be of great benefit to theso isl
ands in the event of the Cmi.vlian
Australian cable going through.
Mr. Damon's interview given to
the Victoria Colonist is in striking
coutrast to most of the deliverances
tnnde by peoplo couuecled with the
late Provisional Gorernweut and its
successor on going abroad. His
statemeu'a are cheerful, uiolerate
and conciliatory, bearing not a trace
of that spite which has done so
much to embitter the situation here.
Mr. Damon's insurance of his Gov
ernment's willingness to render sub
stantial compensation to the Queen
will tend to win friends for the
ltfpublic, whereas the false and vio
lent diatribe fulminated ag.tiuxl the
Queen by other persons connected
with the revolution on visits to the
Const wore calculated to make the
relation ltutweeu republicans and
FALSE HAWAIIAN NEWS
That war scant that I'resideut
Dole referred to, in doping tho Con
stitutionnl Convention, an having
arisen within the proviou ten days,
appears to be no lougor a mystery
An extract from the Honolulu cor
respondeuce of the United Press
elsewhere printed given a clue to the
Government's trepidation at that
time. It is alleged there that heavy
brilnts were offered to T. I). Murray,
president of the Americau I,atue,
and II. Kletnino, president of the
Souulen Club, to induce them to
throw their respective following in
with a movement to restore the
Queen. Without reservation the
correspondent ventures to give thi
names of tho ageuta in this attempt
to corrupt two organizations of the
Government's support. Mr. Com
well held the sack, containing by in
ference at least i'2t),(XK), while Mr.
Keuyou was the "go-between " Thl
publication abroad will m thn first
that any of the parties on either
aide ever hwird of such negotiation
Either the United Press correspond'
eut whs consumed ly gulled with tin
story or elue ho is the most uuiuili
gutud in run tor of news that has ever
communicated heucu with tlio press
abroad. In whichever ease he hat
disgraced the responsible position
hit holds, of furnishing local intelli
gence to a large news association iu
America, by giviug spurious goods
iu return for tho honest coin of his
employers. If he obtained the iu
formation from Government circles,
attd if the silly yam ruceived cre
dence there and was the occasion of
the alarm above ineutioned, thi-n the
head of Government are entitled to
much lens respect for discretion and
sagacity than eveu tlioir most bitter
oppoiieuu havo been willing to ac
cord to them. It has beeu some
times uncertain of late who repre
sented the United Press here, but
the generally reputed one owes it to
his prominent portion in the com
muuity, if he is not the author of
the shameless lie iu qufcstiou, to
promptly disavow it. Tho United
Press will bo informed, at all oveuts,
of tho character of the service it
gets from Honolulu.
0BI8IS IN NORWAY
At late advices the constitutional
crisis iu Norway had entered a fresh
phase. A committee appointed by
the Storthing, to enquire iuto the
extraordinary military nieasuroj
taken iu 1881 and iHVl.t, had present
ed its report. "It stated that in
18tH," wo quote from a transatlantic
contemporary, "the year iu which
the political conflict between the
Crown ami the Liberal party be
oamo aculo, ending iu tho impeach
ment of the Couservatiro Cabinet of
M. Solmer, several high military and
naval olllcers deliberately rendered
110,000 rilles useless, while at the
tame t lino they got guns at Chris
tiauia ready for sorvice, and Ut war
vessels iu the naval port of Horten
cleared for action, nit these measure
beiiig carried out with the greatest
posiiblu secrecy. Admiral Koron,
Geaeral Vnrgelaml, and other olll
cr under whom orders theiu ar
rangements were made, declared
that they acted without instructions,
Tho Storthing committee charac
terised the o Ulcers' statements as
inexplicable, and declared the ex
planations furnished by them to be
inadequate, especially as regarded
the purport of those measures. The
report expressed itself in sitnilat
terms with regard to Admiral
Koren's action iu 1811,', when several
special military measures wore taken
by him without superior orders."
When the report oamo up iu the
Storthing, M. HaugUnd proposed it
should be referred to the Govern
ment, with a request to submit it to
the law olllcers of the Crowu. M.
Ullmau, leader of the Left, moved
the following emphatic address to
"Tub( Storthing considers it -If
constrained to submit to your Majes
ty the following facts. Teu years
ago your Majesty was surrounded
by a Government which did uot
havo the support or confidence of
the majority of the Storthing. This
Government was arraigned liefore
the tribunal providtnl for by the
Constitution and condemned. Judg
ment, thus lawfully pronounced,
was subsequently resisted, and arms
intended for the defence of the
fatherland were secretly rendered
useless. At the present morncut
your Majesty is again surrounded
by couusellets who do uot posses
the support or confidence of the
majoritv of the Storthing. Simul
taneously with the appointment of
this Government war vessel have
been clandestinely equipped for ser
vice. The Norwegian coplo de
mands for its defence a guarantee
for the constitutional freedom and
independence of the country, and as
representatives of the people the
members of the Storthing submit
this declaration to your Majesty, iu
whose hands the constitution of
Norway places the supreme com
inuiid of the laud aud sea forces.'
An Emphatic Contradiction.
lu refcieiice to the assertion of
the United Press correspondent at
Honolulu published in the Victoria
Colonist of 1 1th July, that I acted
the part of a go-between iu nu al
leged attempt to bribe Messrs. Tim
Murray aud Klemtne with foOdO
each to win them over to tho royalist
cause, I wish iu justice to myself
you would publish an absolute
denial of the same. I havo never
had any knowledge, nor have I ever
eveu suspected that any such scheme
was ever on foot, and I certainly do
not believe Hint there is any truth
in it. Am far as 1 personally am
concerned I wish to publicly state
that I have never approached
Messrs. Murray and Klnuime, or any
one else. v it It any offer to brilto
them, either in politics or any other
transact ion, or acted as a go-lmtweeii
with tliem or anyone else for any
purpose aud if the United I're-s
Hawaii Mmn Co., I'll
correspondent has the slightest idea
of endeavoring to repair the injus
tice ho has iullioted on mo ho will
publicly acknowledge that he wns
mistaken or verify his unfounded
slander on mo in a open a manner
as he made the charge.
G. Carson Klnyov.
The philosopher who says that
"when ladie.i waul society items
they look in tho society or local
columns," hits very wide of the
mark and evidently is not pointed in
Honolulu. Little of what is teruied
society talk gets iu the newspapers
they reported the mandolin concert
at a "success, and tho house com
fort ably tilled with lovers of music
aud people of rcfiuod tasted iu the
more delicate arts," and so it was,
but it is Silk Dresses to Hulokus
that there was uot a lady iu the
house but thut kuew what her
neighbor wore, and of course talked
it over with frieuds uudur the head
of Society Talk. A good many of
thoso Dress Patterns wo spoke of
last week aud considerable of tho
Hosiery found its way there. More
of them will be seen nt the Fancy
Wednesday, July 25th, will see a
lino of Colored Wool Dress Goods
formerly sold at 75 cents going at
oil cunts; they are beauties, There
is no profit in these goods. While
nil the week Victoria Lawns (those
the best value wo ever otTorod) 10
yards for 75 cents; Merrimao Priuts
10 yards for 50 cents you know
what that means I Ginghams go 12
yards for $1, and Urown Cottous Id
yards for $1.
Saturday, July 28th. every Hem
unut in the house must go at your
own prices. Wo must havo the
room for New Goods. Itomember
we have had a general mark down
iu all departments of our house,
Wo only quote you a few things for
lack of space, Every day is a Clear
ance Side day with us. Wo ueer
have beeu undersold, and do not In
tend to be, Look out for unit Week.
Saturday, July .', IXIU.
Some weeks since we made
a few remarks on the subject
of Coxeyism and mentioned
incidentally that massing of
the unemployed at Washing
ton might lead to a conlliet.
We are free to admit that we
were wrong in our prophecy
But a strife more hitter and
with stronger grounds has I
taken place instead. When
the "Australia" left San Fran
cisco what little business re J
mained from the upsetting of '
the tanll tn tlte United states
was lying dormant and capital
on one sme aim woor on tue
other were on the verge of a
civil war. The small farmers
who depend upon the railroads
for transporting their products
were facing poverty through
the loss of their ripening crops
and discontent reigned every
where. It seems that the gov
ernment must assert itself and
let the world see, that as a
nation it is capable of handling
successfully any difficulty which
may arise. The men compos
ing the American Railway
Union are believed to be above
the plane of the anarchists and
consequently not responsible
for lawless acts that have taken
place in Chicago. True enough,
the sympathies of the people
are with the wage-workers when
their claims are just as in the
present instance, but should it
be proven that the outr.iges
arc being committed by the
railroad men the feeling will
change. We do not mean
that the sympathy of the peo
ple will go to the side of the
monopolist but that it will be
withdrawn from the men. It
randy happens that these labor
difficulties end favorably to the
bread winner; when the matter
is left to arbitrators the result
is usually a compromise and
the increase if there is any is
so small that it does not com
pensate for the time lost in
bickering. The result of the
present strike is mere guess
work; the hope of the conser
vative set is toward arbttra
tion but the magnates say
they have nothing to arbitrate;
it is the wish of everyone that
the end will be reached with
out further loss of life or pro
perty. We feel thankful, and a
number of others in Honolulu
should join with us in a praise
service, that the strike occurred
after our stock of Enamel Hath
Tubs had left San Francisco.
Had the shipment been deiayed
at the factory it is quite likely
that some of our customers
would be bathing in a soap
dish instead of a porcelain
lined tub. We have never
said much about it but we
have, in addition to the arti
cles we have mentioned on
several occasions, Porcelain
Lined Laundry Tubs, admir
ably adapted to people who
believe in having clean clothes.
They are identical in quality
with the bath tubs and it is tm
possible for dirt from the wash
ed clothes to stick to the tubs
We have a very complete as
sortment of these enamelled
goods selected especially for
this trade; if you are interested
we would be pleased to show
you the articles.
Another, and inexhaustible,
supply of the Gauss Bread
Knives reached us on the
"Australia." It has been a
hard matter for us to keep up
with the demand for this knife,
but this time we think we have
a start. If you want a knife
that will cut warm bread with
out making it heavy, if you
want a knile that will cut
through the icing on a cake
without leaving a lot of crumbs,
you will buy a Clauss. And if
you want a sewing machine
that will make two distinct
stitches by the simple move
ment of a thumb screw you
will get the 'Wortheim," the
only machine in the world that
will do it, and we are selling
them at a lower price than you
ay lor a machine that sews
RDWAY Si POKTEK. Lcadlnir Furniture Dealers
f tho Hawaiian Islands.
obinson Block, 1tweou Port, and Nuuauti,
ight hand ino or Hotel street going west.
Irecl importers of Pine Furniture
irt cheap for cash. We have on hand
ieker Ware. Sofas, Rocking Chairs, Etc.
ill you coll niul price these goods.
nythiog you want in Dining-room Furniture,
ny thing you want in Uctlrootu huruituro.
ou nan alio be supplied with Cribs and Cradle.
ou will uuil a complete stock to select from.
ltd at prices to suit the poorest
,s well as the richest purchaser.
o home is complete without Mattresses,
o lioiiso in Honolulu sells these goods cheaper than wo do.
on't you need some Live Oeeso Feathers or S'lk Floss! They make
audy I'll low s aud Cushions.
rettr Wiudow Shade in all colors and sizes.
oles for your windows iu Wood or Hrasa Trimmings.
f cnure we mul uot foryel to mention
ur handsome Curved Uudrooiu Sell iu Solid Oak.
epalriug at nwounhlo rates.
ccovoriug of upholstered rum it ore a specially.
ry our Easy Chairs before buying elsewhere
able of all si.es with Chairs and Sidoboards to niatuh.
verylwidy knows we make a feature of Iulerior Decorating,
tur) body knows M r. Geo. Ordwoy who makes this a spocial feature.
From a lurgo and voried stock the undersigned would druw
particular attention to the following:
Oompricing California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
f3? tn addition to our twual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These ure each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
CI T f X T I ' Callfornlan Ml
Royal and "Cleveland M Baking Powders!
Sit. I ly hi .imMi iimf.
V. As, IU inr twit
Uvr rtuml t',on tlu
Knullsh Pslry. f lh Hr
1W0K SA I.T
SO A PS-
HAM, HArON, aHF.h.
Barrels int Mm' hr-fH
'I'lullivr.' Pul'' '! tll.tBlht i4.
TK A S
TOHACCO VIUA ItS -
K deilr tr'M el l.0lir brmnU
J T Morton's Kngllh (Iruvorina,
OrrwHio UUukwoll'a KngllJti Orovnri,
l.ll.tiy, Mi Null Llliby'S Oannml MnnU.
MtchariUou ft Rouble's Oauueri
ecogui.ed as the eheaest house iu Honolulu,
eiiaiuuiy, rromptuess aim uispatcu is our motto.
Hkm. o26 -TMliEPlIONES Mutual 6lfi
ll, Tsbi sue I '
7H t"l "' lh """
A Isrite vsnrly
Kerosene Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAUOK BroeKK OK --
Plfflilaliuii Supplies. Mmi D17 Ms,
Crockery, Mm. int. Bit,
11 WAY" iN
5T AT THE
HOLLISTER DRUG COS
YOU CDJN BTJY
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
It. K, UHLUUS &, CO,
Not Limited to One Package Either. Get All Yon Want.
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
Another victory for
the "Ulccclmitl." II'.
Hri7(r srooyii it in at
luihiilui, ,)fniii, mi
the .th July
Speed, Beauty, Light
lie.lH il nd Strength
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
(rKNISUAL riJBI. 10!
H. E WALKER.
AtHUl, Honolulu. H I
CuDitnlDt Block, Mercbint Si.
Al,l, 1'KKriONH AKK NOriKIPD NOT
tn erf d It sny one ou my Account
without my wrllleii orrttr.
JIIUM'M ' 1 mi, ris.
Mn'.nl.tln Inlrk "
rpHKKK Nli'Kl.Y KHIl
J. nlnUid ItooiiiH at No.
4 tlsnlt-ii mi Wi tf
rpilKKK NK!KI.Y KIIK
JL nUbi-d Ui.oius at Wal
klki on tlie littcli. Terms
viry reasonable. Apvly nt
temple ot hualilun, Kori Mrret.
At Smith's Bits axi Livkuv
Stahi.ics, Krso Stukkt,
'Aliliilni MvtmiMilltsu Meat Msrkct,)
Is the nieapmt Place In Town you eau
wet lluf, Wsconetiei, lliiKKies suit
hiilillu Hordes. It will pay yon to rail
ninl Min Mom you try elsewhere.
XXvLtuol Tlplioji 4O0.-tt
1 Criterion Saloon
W1ELAND - EXTRA - PALE
! Lager Beer !
'2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
L. 1H:. I3B3H3,
ni It Prniirltnr
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
Hawaiiu Hardware Co., L'd
l!pp'ii Herfkels' Hlcit'l
Wr7 HHJBT I'WWWT
Benson, Smith A Co.'s,
Corner Wort Sc "Hotel Sta.
PER S. S. "C3-A.HI3L.IO."
HOLLISTER te CO.
Iluvt- iiiadc unnrhtii' Litro Iiiiportutinn ot
Hriil of l.A CONSTANCY A mid Kl. COMET
.vw AHfturtment of Shapea aud SIzhh
For Snie in Horn) or Dity Paid Cor. Fort Mirchaul StreaU.
Koom (or single sen-
-V. ' A l.l. I'BKRONH INTKNDINO T)
J. tutu iiu-nage on Utoaiuuri ot thn
lliter-Ululiil Htfuin NaTivutlon Co.. frinn
iTtJTi Honolulu, are hereby reiitiCHUni to pur
,u ' " . chare tickets at tlie Wharf (Jfllre of tlm
('uuiiaiiy lie (ure eiuliarkliiK, aud any an
sender fulling to do so shall be subject to
euy percent of the reguliir fare In addl-
mm uiercio. 'i ins rule win be atrlrtlv en
tlemuu situated ou Jiure-,
Utils street, la minutes'
walk (mm 1'oHt Olllcu. Addresi "U.,"
tuts elllce. iu.v.' tt
AT WAIKIKI )NTHR
(iisrters for one or two Sin
ule OeiitleiiiHu: board oi-
iional; bathing fsulllties kooi!
UWtf llT,I.KTIN tlKKMIK
Finfe House and Lot
rpilK UNUKIIH1KNKI) OKI'Kltfi KtUl
X uU t tint KilM U'iilcMi'ii mi the
miiukii side of llnrctuula ir.-et, li'ifn't
nut of I'uiivHi'ii'a utii'it The has s
Iruiil of list h ct sud a depth ol I l.'l leet A
Hood Dwelling lliniMi In kcmh! ree.lr; con
talus I'urlnr, Dlnlnw-rooiu Klllieu, Can
trv, llrdriMim, IliOh nd Water Dlot mid
unollli'ueu the lower Ihsir w'tli Four (loud
II.HlriHiuiM 011 net end lluor Them l n ml.
staiitlul llsru.coiiliiluliixTwoHtalls, nsini
fur lo cHrrlKn. Wood bhed and Her.
vauls' Uimiiii, a Herrants' W ('.ami I wo
(IiksI Cets-iMMiU. Further iwrllculsr el
W. It. UastU, or of '
I0 tf N f litlKHKHU
forced froui aud after tho 1st day of Augunt
proximo. W. II. UODKUKY,
W. H. JlrUts. Bto'y. President.
Honolulu .Inly 17 h4 KM.VW
?ItOM THIB luTK, It. P. HOK
X1 1'AOKKIt Ih alone auihorlied to draw
Jirnfts or to dv or.lr for Merchaiullte
or Hupplies ou behnlf of the Hawaiian
C.ISIMKKCUI, .t HDIHU ('OMI'AMr.
IIIK HAWAIIAN COMUKIU'IAI. X
(I. A. Hl'KKCKKLI,
lult Id '' Ili-M let
QO TO THE ANOHOR SALOON.
WII.I.IAM I'lINNIXdIIAM, MAN
nuer nf ihe Anchor duloon, Ik keep,
liiltnpwlth the times. At the Anchor oit
ciui "wet youre)n' with an Oyster t.'ock.
tull and wiisli It down with a Krederluko
Iteru Heur DysUir 'iKiktitlls a specialty,
101 tf '
V llluck l-llly, two
years eld, broken le mil
die. I'or psrlii ulnr ap
ply U. '
1 l t llolouKssJo.,