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FftLDAY, JULY 27. LbSU
imh1i1, and it was announced thai
(hi (loh'jjftk'a would meet for busi-
z- -"- - -- " - utM1 next day.
J. V. SCO IT, li o l'rlmliil of tin- Ha n 10 mouiut: n banquet, ro
waltan ovcrin..oiit H.-houl nt Wn.-mav. . , j , Mr Mackenzie Buwell.
OjIiii, U herein nppoltitul ( lerk of the I ... . . , . ..
Hoard ot hduo.itlon of the llepuhlic of -uiuhut oi i ra.w. .is k i
Hawaii, ncli appointment o ik- I'lfti'i I UuH by tlio Canadian Counnts
and ilnto n of ntul from the lt iln of j Quirts to tlio Imperial and Colonial
August, IS'H. wj)) i:. r.VHTI.t:. j ltlitfnti's. About JKH) nuists won
rro.Mcnt of the Uou.l of IMiumiIoii. present and tlio largo hall was hand
Oillieof tli lloiMof IMih'atlon. aiiiioIv ueeorateu with Hairs and
Honolulu, July -M. I"H. 1 nt iiuiitinir and a iirofusion of flower
and folino plauts. Tho guests won
ntoil nt tables extending from the
ihief tabln which was presided over
by Mr. Howell and at which the
delegates (anion g them Mr. Theo.
- , ),ivuifl repregeutiug the llouo-
Some honest Republican party i uj chamber of Commerce) found
sentiment, from the Sacramento ,,ai.L.s, During tho banquet the
Bee, will be found iu this issue, j band of tho Foot Guards played a
In tho South Australian IJ.n.so of . ? ","' !"8'- The toast.
A.semblytheMiuNlerof l-dueatiou "' wro lhof of 1t,,0f I?"11',,
.-lid his attention had been drawn ' 1U' Governor-Goueral of Canada,'
totbi.cn.oof a public school pupil 1 ., 'Lieutenant-Governor of On a-
whose death had been canted by a r'! the "l.npenal and Colonial
tug ofwar. An investigation would j Delegate, 'and other, fee vera songs
be held, after nhich it would bo"""' -"" iHWtfb. made. In
docided whether to permit that kind j ; 'our,,, of his remarks, Sir Henry
, .. iWiixouof ictoria stated that the
Risen hero will be found tho de-' j Wl.ro going to have a cable, and
claration of tho executive of the n,0 Coufeteuce was going to sit
American Federation of lvbor,in re- nti ,.!, tilt. nj they got a cable."
gard to its decision against oidoring , The banquet terminated with a vote
a general strike out of sympathy for f thanks to tho chairman, and the
tho Pullman strikers. It is dignified hinging of "Auld Lang Syne."
and souslble in tone, showing that On the Mlh ultimo, the Governor
after nil common sense rules high in Genernl outertnined tho delegates
the real labor counsels of tho great nl diuner, followed by a garden
party anil fireworks.
riio representative of the Hunt)
While a liual answer from the
Goternment of the United Stntes i
paper which was very well received.
A telegraphic report of tho first
essiou of tho Conference appealed
III III v
lulu Chamber of Commerce (Mr.
m,1I n.vaii.H!. tliow who are takiiiL' I Tlico. II. Davies), was specially in-
out cerhli.at.-sof military and polio. vlUtl lu" wtliiB of tho Confer
...,. i.. tin. IWUio.ml O.iv.rii. ! "'"w on the !ld instant, and read a
incut, for the purpose of ncqiiiritig
spi-ciul riglit- of citizeulii under I
the Id-puiil.c. are asuming con
siderable r',- of both their foreign
ami Hawaiian citi.eii".' rights.
When iegitr.lion for the Consti
tutional Con vent inn election was in
piogrets, the Gou-rumout organs
and supporters, with the air of giv
ing friendly counsel, uigod diM-
dents to come in and register so n (
to save tho franchise for themselves
when the lu-ptiMic slioiild bo pro
claimed. Kioto M-vi-ral rcporl-d in
stance of rofiiMil to grmt regi.-tn
mm to thoe who had accepted the
situation in thai nay, the Govern
ment and it leading -oipport.-r are
placed iu the light f having acted
falsely ami ironi-bceou-dy at the
former regi-f-ilion. If l're-.hlciit
Cleveland hiMr. if lin-ie thing iu
lime, he will be more determined
than over to leave notion" unturned
for rci-toring their rights to the
people of Hawaii.
TUB COLONIAL, CONFEIIIWGI.
ISy the arrival of the S. S. Warri
moo, wo have been placed iu posses
sion of nil account of the opening
ceremonial of tlio Colonial t .infer
The philosopher who says that
"when ladies want society items
they look iu the society or local
columns," hits very wide of the
mark and evidently is not posted iu
Honolulu. I.itlle of what is termed
society talk gets iu tho newspapers
they reported tho mandolin concert
a a 'Success, and the house com
fortably filled with lovers of music
and people of refined tastes iu the
iiioic delicnte arts," and so it was,
but it is Silk Dresses to Uolokus
that there wa not a lady iu the
houe but that knew what her
neighbor wore, and of course talked
it over with friends under the head
of Society Talk. A good many of
euce nt Ottawa on the ih ultimo. iIiom l)rus Patterns wo spoke of
At 11 a in on 1 1. ai tlay the delegates ( !st week and considerable of the
and the Karl of .l.-rs-y. who repre- l jM0 foll, j, waJ. ,,u,r((i More
M-iiU'O ine imperial wovorntnom
assembled in the Senate Chamber
under the presidency of the Karl of
Aberdeen, the Governor-General.
The Colonic repre-ented neie:
New Soul h Wales, Tasmania, Cape
of Good Hope, .South Australia,
New Zealand. ictoria. 1,'ueon-ianil
and Canada. There weie alo in at
tendance representative from Sev
ern I Cati'idiau lairds of Trade.
The proceeding were opened by
an address of Welcome from the
Governor General In the course of
his remarks ho indicated tho object
of the Conference to bo the increase
of trade with tho llmpire and con-
sideiutiou of the means which may
bti taliun to carry out such n pro
ject. Au opportunity wa also af
forded, he said, for the prominent
men of ttie Colonies to meet and
loam one another's views on all mat
ters of Colonial import. The Pre
mier (Sir ,Iohu Thompson) then
spoke and expressed tlio hope tli.it
the iieliboratioiis of the delegates
might have tho iciilt of binding
the Colonies together in greater
strength ami iiial.iug the people in
the Mother Laud realio that the
wore becoming greater and stronger.
The K.irl of Jeisey, representing
tho Imperial Government, was then
introduced ami expressed sympathy
with the Conference, stating that it
wan tho ih-hiro of Gieat Britain and
tho Colonies to give a clear and full
consideration to all important sub
jeets which might come before
them, as the surest pledge for the
continuance of the huppinot. and
prosperity of every portion of the
Mr. X. Fitzgerald (delegate from
Tasmania), Mr. V. 15. Suttor (New
South Walesj, Sir Henry de Villiois
(Cape of Good Hope), Mr. Thus.
I'layfoid (South Australia), Mr. A.
Leo Smith (Now Zealand), Mr. Simon
l-'raser (Vieloiia) and .Mr. A. .J
Thyune of Ojieonslnud thou ad
dressed the Assembly in turn, after
which Mr. I-'. II. Sutton presented
au addles, () l,,r .Majesty the
ucou expresine of the unswerving
loyalty of the Colonies ami tillering
sluceie congratulation on the folh
anniversary of Her Majesty' corn
nation. Tho day proceedings thou
of them mil lie seeu at the I-'aucy
Wednesday, July lb, will see a
hue of Colored Wool Dress Goods
formerly sold at 75 cents going at
r.0 cents; they are beauties. Thorn
i no profit in these goods. While
all the week Victoria Lawns (these
the best value we over offered) 10
j ards for 7f cents; Merrimac Prints
10 yards for 00 conta you know
what that means I Ginghams go 12
yards for $1, and llrovvu Cottons It)
yards for $1.
Saturday, July 2tfth. every ICein
uaut in tho house must go at your
own prices. We must have the
room for New Goods. Kemomlier
we have had a general mark dovvu
iu all departments of our house.
We only quote you a few things for
lack of space. Kvery day is a Clear
ance Sale day with us. Wo never
have been undersold, ami do not in
tend to bo Look out for next week.
II. P HUMOUS fc CO
Uy Jan. V. Morgan.
Salmon, Halibut, Etc,
On SATTUDAY, .July L8,
AT NiOUb'K'K A. M
AT M"V SALBISROOM
I Mill. Sfcl.l AT HUIK AI'CTICIM
Ban tls & Half Barrels Salmon,
DDK Pickled Halibut,
lib's S Kits of GonOsb, 25x50 lbs er.cb
Kiis of Cdlifornld Cod, "
Kits oi Ollchaus,
Half Bdrreh Ollctuus.
Saturday, July i'J, tfi!4.
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 conflict.
We are free to admit that we
were wrong in our prophecy
Uut a strife more bitter and
with stronger grounds has
taken place instead. When
the "Australia" left San Fran
cisco what little business re
tnained from the upsetting of
the tariff in the United States
was lying dormant and capital
on one side and labor on the
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
arc with the wage-workers when
their claims are just as in the
present instance, but should it
be proven that the outrages
'are being committed by the
railroad men the feeling will
(change. We do not mean
' that the sympathy of thepeo
! pie will go to the side of the
monopolist but that it will be
withdrawn from the men. It
rarely 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 lobt in
bickering. The result of the
present strike is mere guess
work; the hope of the conser
vative set is toward arbitra
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 Bath
Tubs had left San Francisco.
Had the shipment been delayed
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 iu quality
with the bath tubs and it is im
possible for dirt from the wash
ed clothes to stick to the tubs
We have a very complete as
sortment of these enamelled
loods 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 knife 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
nay for a machine that sews
Personally Conducted Excursion to the
Volcano now being Organized
by Frank L. Hoogs.
tl Leaving on the Next Trip of the S. S. "Kinatt,"
FRIDAY. August 3d, Returning to Port on SATUR
DAY, August 11th.
There are n great many people in Honolulu who require a vacation in
srnt awnr from buninoM and other cares that in lest this work-a-
For their benefit it mar bn mentioned that a Select Excursion is
Prom hirgc and varied stoek the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
now being orpnniznd to visit the domains of Madame Fele, sometimes
known as tho Volcano of Kilauea. It doesn't make anv difference it ther
have beon there before, Wauso if thnj have, they will readily admit that 1T In addition to Oltr UflUal stock of these We are HOW
tlio crater is conantlvctiancing and with each change renewed interest WnaVilnirfnn Rrnn Onf rmd Roll ml IWW
I awakened. Hon. L. A. Thurston iravo a dojeriotion of the Volcano's 'Carrying Washington man, Udt8 JUKI IttHieU IJaney.
latest mood, and if you have not read it do so at once and then walk as far
a Wilder' Steamship Office and purchase a Ticket for the Excursion
leaving hero on FRIDAY, August 3d. To peoplo who do not require a
vacation thev mut make the trip anyway if only to say that they havo
seen tho World's Greatest Wonder. It fs certainly embarrassing for peo
ple who have lived in this country for years to give a negative response
when asked if they havn seen the Volcano. They may have had some ex
cuse in tho past for their seeming indifference because it required mora or
le exertion to reach the crater, but now they can ride in a carriago to
tho door of tho Volcano House. The crater is very active now, it may not
remain so very long, so join the Excursion Fatty and see a sight that
strangers travel thousands of miles to see. The cost of the trip will be
FIFTY ($S0) DOLLARS, which includes everything. 1093-7t
KDWAY M PORTER. Ladini; Furniture Dealers
f tho Hawaiian Island.
These are each posscHHcd of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
THfi X 4" TT TCP CaUforuluMl
-1 - - c WaakiHtM State.
Royal and "Cleveland M Baking Powders!
No. I -it ei !. m n.-i.t innr
obinson Hlek, Ut ween Fort and Nuuanu,
igtit hand side of Hotel street going west.
inct importers of Fine Furniture,
irt cheap for cash. Wo hare on hand
ieker Ware. Snfa, Hooking Chairs, Etc.
ill you call and price these goods.
iiylhiug you wnut iu Dining-room Furniture,
uvtuiiig you waut lu iJodroom Furniture.
on can also he snpplitxl with Cribs aud Cradles,
ou nill Ond a complete stock to select from.
U.tm, IU rr nait
Kngllih lslrjr. m Ih
HOOK SA I.T
HAM, HAVON, VHHKSh
turrets slid Half Mrnt
'1'lonrrr." Fitlir'' Hi llti ami rlM.
TOBACCOS CIGARS -
A choir ?nf1ft ! 'MmIIIiv tirauil.
A tUackwoll'a BuglUb Urovria,
Ubby. KuNell ft lobby's Canned MmK,
KicbrUon Bobbin's 0miu4 Mu
Pl, Tbl n.t ll'.
M AGO A ROM
IU smt IB Ih
A lrn van!
ud nt prices to suit the poorest
well as the richest purchaser.
o home is complete without Mattresses,
o house iu Honolulu soils these goods cheaper than ao do.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAKUK BTOt'KH OK
ou't you need smue Live Omni Feathers or S'lk Flosat They make
andy Pillows and Cushious.
retty Window Slimles in all colors aud sizes.
oles for our windows in Wood or Brass Trimmings.
f course we mut not forgot to meiitiou
ur hnudioino Curved Bedroom Sets iu Solid Oak
PlaMiitiDn HiimiIibs. Hardware, Dry Co,
Crockery, Mm, at, Bic,
l WAYh ON HANI)
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
ep.tiriug nt renonablo rates.
'ecovoriug of Upholsterod Furniture a specialty.
our Kasv Chairs before buying elsewhere,
los of all sizes with Chairs and Sideboard to oiateb.
vorybody knows we make a feature of lulerior Decorating,
eryloly knows Mr. Ueo. Ordway who makes this a special feature.
ecoguizod as the cheapest house in Honolulu
..liability, Promptness aud Dispatch is our mi
Bkli. 525 -TKLEPHONE8 Mutual (46
A nothcr victory for
the "Cleveland." II'.
Wilder scoop it in at
Kahuhii, Mnni, nn
tlie Itli July
Speed, Jieuuty, Liyht
Ties and Slrcnytlt.
H. E WALKER,
A iieii t, Honolulu H I
CumtDlDi Block, lercbiut St.
: . Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luius
GENERAL PUBLIC I
LJ At Smith's Bus and Livkuy
H Staih.kh, Kino Stkkkt,
I AiljolnuiK Metropolitan Meat Msrkrt.l
IW i I the Cbespckt l'Ucs In Town yon cau
IK uvt Hnssen, Waeonettei, Hukkis and
' i HsiMIc Hones. It will pay yon U call
it and co lfora you try elewliern.
0 Criterion Saloon
ALL I'KKHONH AUK NOTIKIKD .NOT
Ui credit any on on my account
without my wrltUni order.
JUUNI'M 'AIKI, Hk
WIELAND - EXTRA PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
MnnAlnln Inlr'J 'M
r AU Nfw tliMxl just ifci'ivil r
Jas. F1. ivlorerttn,
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
Benson, Smith & Co.'s,
Oomer Fort So TTotel Sts.
Hiwaiias Hardware Co., L'd
Oppfll rllrein' HK-'I
Ur7 FONT 'I'WWKT
FB3R S. S. "QAELIO."
HCOLrilBTESR & CO.
Iluvt' mmiv another Inru Importation of
llmiiilsi of LA CON8TANCIA aud RL COMKT
LArio AuHortmeut of Shapes tutd SizHh
For &)le in fond or Duty Paid Cor. Firt I Mirchinl Streets.
'IMIKKK NH'KLV Klllt
X nUhcd Itnoiim at No.
t Oanlen ltne
rpiiHKK NIOBI.Y KUIt
X nlalmU Knout at Wnl
klkt on the b-aoli. Thiiiib
vi-ry rtowmubld. Apply nt
'tempi Kastilun, Fori I reel.
A LA HUE KUItNIKHKl)
Itooni (or iiinglH Ren
tlemaii situnted on Here
tnulit ttieet. 15 mluuwa'
walk from I'ost Ollleu. Adilress "U.,"
thiii otIU-u. I02 tt
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
LL I'KIIHONH INTKNHl.NU TO
Honolulu, am liuruliv
1 rhn-e ilckets nt tlm Wlmrl Olllro o( the
take iiuiMiKe on titeaiuurM of iliu
I H train Navigation (N., from
rwjuBniuu to par-
(oiiiianylH-(iiru emtmrklnu. and anv nan-
heugur (uIIIiik to do no Hball be nubjeot to
nay i") terreut of the regular fare In addi.
tlmi thereto. This rule will lie strictly en
forced from and after tho 1st day ot Aukuki
proximo. V. U. UOUKltKY.
, W. H. McLkan. Beo'y. lreBldeut.
Hiiiinlnlii .Inly 17 IH'H
A1 WAlKIKI ONTHIt
quarters for one or two Bin
Kle (lentleinnii; board op
mal : bathine facilities eooil.
tnl tf HIILLKTIN OKKII1K.
Fine House and Lot
rpilK l)NI)KKHI(I.NKl) OKl'T.UH Kult
1 nale that Kille lInmi'sK-iid on the
maiika Hide of llerctanln Ktreet, 101 ffi-t
eait l l'eniHiii'H tri"-t The l-ot had s
front of Km ffet end a depth of I t.'l tout. A
Oond Dwelling Hound Iu gnod reptlr; uon
lalns 1'arlnr, UluliiK-rimm Kituiiuu, I'mii
try, lledrnoui, HhUi ind Water filoMt unci
sn oIIU'h on the lower Itnor Uh Kourlln id
lledriMiiuN on hucoiiiI llixir There U a mih
tantlrtl Hani. coutainiiiK Two Hlalln, room
fur tvo uarrlugei. Wood bhud and tier
vauta' Uooiii, a HfrranU' W 0. aud'iwo
uoon ia.iMKu, Mirtinr tiartiauiaia of
W. K. Oa.tle. or of
N r HUKOItHA
l?ltOM Til IB D.VTK, H. K. Hi IK
J KAL'KKIt Ih alone uulhorltud to draw
llrttlln or to give orders for Meruhaudioe
or Bnppllea on Itvhalf of tho Hawaiian
('OHUEUOIAI. iV. BUOAB CoMHASV.
TUB HAWAIIAN UOMMKItClAI. &
B 110 A It CO.
I). A. BrssuKsu,
IuIt in tsH iitti lot
OO TO THE ANOHOU SALOON.
WILLIAM OUNNINOHAM, MAN
ou'ir of (Iim Anchor Baloou, la keep
ing up wllh the tliii'N At the Anchor you
win "wotjoureje' with an Ovaler Cook
tall and wash It down with a 'Frederick
borg Hfer (heler t'ouktalla a aiteolnlty.
X llou.e on Hrvtanls
nt net now occupied by Mr.
J. II Wndehnuie Jr Ho-
aua.lon given on Augiut lit.
particulars apply to
K. 11. KOWK,