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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1, I85M
Ka Leo coos so gently that it
would bo like hitting a ?irl to at
According to the Advertiser, the
Bulletin is sometimes on the verge
of coming out for annexation It
hadn't como yet, though. When the
United Statts is believed, at home
ami abroad, to bo only vvautiug to
havo tlu gume without tint name of
controlling Hawaiian affair, nii'l
when the money od power of thtc
idands doos not waut annexation so
lonjj as it can hold reciprocity, there
is nothing very promising for the
country which is all the Hi lletis
utres for on the annexation side of
the fence jitet at pnscnt I$y the
(loTornment band, but his services
in that capacity have not by any
means been all that he has done for
music in these islands. He has been
the accompanist and conductor at
every sort of public entertainment,
the organist in Kawaiahao native
I'huu'h and the organizer of many a
,'rnat musical fete. Mr. Bergr and
''his" baud havo a faino throughout
the world, for their regular serenad
ing of tourists and travelers at
learners and hotels. The Hoyal
Hawaiian band, which was his croa
tiou, some years ago made a great
hit at San Francisco in the Knights
Templar procession. Its merits
have been noted in scores of news
piper letters abroad, as well as in
ui.iuy books of travel. In short,
"the baud" has long since como to
o regarded as part of Honolulu
One thing that entitles Mr. Berger
peculiarly to suitable recognition on
the approaching occasion is his
generous disposition, which he has
always evinced wlufu there was any
inusicnl benefit on the carpot for
'haritable or friendly purposes No-
Mii Hardware Co., Id
way, why Is it that the two Govern
ment oigans am so mealy mouthed i K,,, has ever solicited professional
about annexation theuisehes these ,,j(j (rm ,, i Valn, for any worthy
fr&i&WffifH&BQj&'TlH) wicked dogs mthout tin object, uheu his official engagements
camp, that vx the righteou veil of , ,lui not interfere. To the bumble
"Itovoreud" Seretio Bishop, have an a well a the great he has been
idea that the linn of Dole A; Co I .qually accommodating. For all
have too soft a nap to be willing to i thee considerations it is to 1h hoped
give up, eeii tor the glorious adtan I that the coinmunity will remember
lagesof connection with the Luilnl ! tl. popular bandmtster kindly on
Satitrtlay, July ?6. lst
There is a. hole out near the
government quarry at K.uno
iliili containing an inexhausti
ble supply of pure sparkling
fluid, sufficient to muit thr de
mands of all Honolulu. The
water has recently been ana
lyed and shows
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Gjorisl Prompt, Reliable
Attention 1 end Low Prices!
THAT TLAGE IS AT
0. P. 8. ...
States of America.
his jubilee anniversary.
It pleases the Star to assett thai
the Bclleiin "refuses to enter a
direct denial of the fads alleged" in
regard to the bribery fake of tin
Star editor. Now, it is impossible
to deny anything that n not diiectl.v
asserted. It the Star really wants
a denial let it come out honmtly
with name, places and dates in nip
port of its editorial fairy Mory, and
then all thoe named will have the
chauce to coullrui or deny whatever
the Star has the courage to present
as the result of it rc-niche into
fuke journalism, What would the
Star ay if we were to deny b name
th.tt Its editor was renowned fur In
phenomenal excursion into nivalis
tic creations of unreliable new,
when fo far no one ha asserted that
he is singularly gifted in that direr
tionf lit such a case his assistants
would hang their heads in guilty
shatiio while howling in their best
tone of voice that the In.l.UTiN wan
premature in denying what had not
" No IrMi need apply," would seem
to be the motto of IheOovertinmnt'r
registration minions -"lrir.li" nthis
cae meaning ail who may be sus
pected of au itidispotition to vote
for the family compact. Upon no
other theory cau then ject ion if the
two Cjiiiuiis alias the "heavenly
twins" Im explained. 'Mini'' U
oue of th tnot ruspeetable proper
ty owners and taxpayers in the eouu
try, who, uioreoicr, wu one of the
first so culled "royalists" to con
clude that the "j j.' ivu- tin." He
wax not a m marcln-1 mi iljouroiu-iil
grouude anyway, but objeeii-d t.itlic
adrogation of the momildi) lucaiee
that event i not brmight about
by the tcuiocrn',v of tlm country.
I'heu tlleru in " Tele " J.oun, a dy t-l
in the-wool irpulnii-aii politician,
whose democracy ! uu. d oter to a
(logree that appiufiched the ntilih
tion of dynamite .s "one of Hie re
sources of citili.atmu" in the alleg
ed regime of "bouuii- I'rinee Chair
lie." He. too, has failed to p.iiH tin
" Towsy " hoard of alien dictators
The shoe dewltTH mn-t be
doin 11 good business, jndtt
ing' I'roin the amount tit' Ho
siery we are selling, for nearly
all the barefootH in town huvo
taken advantage of our ntock
ltd prices, while there is a
u pi"iin thut the more exten
sive buyers intend to lay in a
ntoelc lor future uho it's all
right, we bought them to II
and knew you could notresiht
the tempt ilion. Saturday.
Vug. Illi, we will in ike an
ot her run on Hosiery and will
include come for hubby Fast
Hlaek .Socks that he is fool
ish enough to pay $1 a dozen
for; you can make pin money
by buying them of iir at $'2 a
dozen, and get yourself a sup
ply of Tan Colored Hosiery
to in itch your pretty little tan
booth they will please him as
well as yourself ; and talking
about pleasing, more couifoit
and smiles have found their
birthplace in P. I). Corsets,
than w. arers of other corsets
are aware of. hid ynii ever
trv theinV If not do so by
all means in the meantime
lit the little one and yourself
out with s mo of the follow
ing: Compromise liodi-e
Wa kI.s, lOipiip ise Ladies'
Waists, dcaness Miller
Wai.sts, Children's Double
Ve Wa'sts in Summer and
Winter weights, ( :hildrens
Lo g Ciishmeiv Coats, these
goods will receive an uwful
cut Anoth r tiling let us
nay, there is no use fixing
oiuself up unless you do the
home Tusore Druperies for
who sit ayont the iioinl of reg., , m.(,ims aU( Divans make a
trarsl'erhap, however, ihe.j-e ,., moV f.heel.flli than it.
tiou of the Quoins ,s au,e there wof wjt, ut ,,,, y,,t
is only room fo one iium Inl in tli.l... , . i,
fam.lv eircle-ihehoU..H.UchKinL. !,l.Wtf.w"" to fU'"to you the
nMmkii .rs.it, ohii.tui . i..,t .. r. .11 ' price liii
Atf'IKfU kllll' II ltllS-fc ' IS IHI I
was there, m eoiiulry men," in elaic
uouiem-liiture, fnnu Dole to Mint h,
with a King lit the m-ddlob
I'rofensor Burger's jubilee auuiver
sary is an event that niuM appeal
strongly to llie friendly hyiupath) i
of the devotees of inutie in lhl
community. For more than a si-ur.-of
years Mr. Bergor has Ih-oii the
able iiiMrucior and leader of the
By Lewis J. Levey
At Auction !
you will sav, "un,
well, Milern is sidling them so
cheap ev rybody will have
them," to which we say, Yes,
the lirst come will, for the
slock is limited. Double
Width Serges, all wool, go at
."() cents a yard this wvek.
M l KIILICK &! CO.
- A I
AT 12 0'il.Oi'K N'ooN
TUB WELL-KNUWS TROTTING
Sir "foscora Hnywiird," Uhiii
California Record, - 2.26
ttf A Mil liiililllIK til I'll tut Kri'lliil
Tir iiikiIs In tin- lluwitiiuii InJnii.Is vit
AUGUST 11, 1894,
Conunuociiiu 2:30 P. X. Ibirp,
s :r,.aohis i
!Tlie Band will be in Attendance
It will be seen at a glance that
this is a much higher grade of
water than we are now getting
from either Nuuanu or M.ikiki,
and we believe the yoverument
could take no wiser course than
to run pipes from the pool to
the city mains only a mile dis
tant A pumping plant at the
spring would lorce the water
in all directions between Ka
lihi and Waikiki, and the ex
pense would be insignificant
compared with the benefits de
rived by the public.
If this is a charitable govern
ment it will be done if for no
other reason than to relieve
the Superintendent of the Wa
ter Works of the seven; men
tal strain caused by his attempt
to figure out a way to give the
people more water and less
eartn. rtn aimuuauce ol water
might also have an effect upon
the rose bugs in so far as it
might drown the larva? which
may be round around the roots
of the bushes We are mak
ing these suggestions without
consulting the owner ol the
vater. but we belirve it will
meet with his approval, as he is
a man with philanthropic mo
For a consideration we be.
lieve he can be approached
and an arrangement entered
into whereby all water difficul
ties could be obviated. Some
time would, of course, be ne.
cessary to complete, ilv plant
and means should be de.vised
to supply individuals with what
ever water they with. We
have tried ever) thing from a
straw to a Corliss Engine in
lifting fluids but nothing work
better, or can be run with less
expense than au A' rmotor.
You just ere:t the mill and
give it a iiomj oi ml occasion- i
ally and let h-r pump
have sin dl ii.-.s thai will
wer aumirahly lm inigatin
lots up to hve acn S, we have
others that will pump ten ilw.u
sand gallon of water an hour,
siifuV.ieut to lriigate a rite
The "Pans)" is kine, of all'
iron cook stoves. Ir tjood
baking and little fuel tlu-re ts
no other like it. We could
figure up where we have sold
a couple of thousand of these
stoves but cannot find a single
complaint from our customers.
You can get other stoves, lots
of thi in, but what's the use of
investing your money in an
article yon know nothing
about. A .stove i.s something
you have to live with three
hundred nd sixty-live days in
the year, and it's something
)ou want to bf on pretty yood
terms with You can t be if u
will not b.ke or if it burns too
much tod; if the upper trust
on our pie or cake is burnt
to a crisp and the lower one
under done some one is going
to kick and it won't be the
Our stock of cheap lamps
mentioned last week is worth
looking into We have opened
all of the casks and put some
of the goods where they can
be seen by the people. When
once examined ihey are as
good as gone because they
are cheap In these times whui
people's imagination drifts to
ward poverty low priced goods
are needed. We have other !
lamps to suit the masses not !
afilicted with flattened purses.
We have them for both classes
here, because we cater to the
public; irrespective of party,
creed or present condition of
Benson, Smith & Co,
Corner F'oi't St. Hotol Sts.
r Our Soda Water is the Best 53
itim a huge and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following:
Comprising California Hav, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Com.
Ciflr I" addition to our usual stock of these we are now
currying Washington Bran, Oalfi and Boiled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding propertie anil
are well worth a trial by ull interested in stock.
Personally Conducted Excursion to the1 Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Povdersi
Volcano now being Organized
by Frank L. Hoogs.
C2 Leaving on the Next Trip of the S. S " Kinau,"
FRIDAY. August 3d, Returning to Port ou SATUR
DAY. August 11th.
Thorn iiri s ffnAt ninny rxnplo in Honolulu who rvoulro a vacntion iu
order to Kct away from hiiHiic..i nod ot lir cares tbat infest thi work-a-lint
lift. 1m ir their benvllt it may l uiontiouod that a Soh-ct Kxeimlon is
now- Mntt orirnnizi'd to vUil tht domains of Madame Polo, unmet imon
known as tho Vok'ann of Kllauca. It dn't make any dlflVruiieo if they
huw Ih'mii tluTH Ixifnro, b'eann If thy hav, limy will ronilily admit that
IIih crater in coiiMntl -liiiiialiitf niul with nach chann, rnnowed Interest
Ii awakened. Hon. L A. Thurston save a description of tho Volcano's
ht-t tin will, ntid if you hae not ri-ad it do so at mien itnil then walk ai far
n Wii.tiEn's SrRAiisiin (Jrricu and pnrchasi n Ticket for the Kxcursiou
lenvinj,' her on I'KlDAV. Atiiiht lid. To people who do uot require a
vacation tht mn-t nii.V tle trip anvway if otily to say that thuj hav
si-en the World's GrcnteM Wonder It is certainly ouiliarrassinK for peo
ple who hate lived in this country for years to givo a negative response
when asked if Ihey have S":n the Volcano. Thoy may liavo had som ox
euse in the pat for I heir "einliiK itidifJxreticu localise it rcqulrtxl mora or
les eterlioii to reaeh the cra'er, hut now they can ride in a carriage to
the dor of the Volcutio Houe. The crater is very activH now, it may not
remain so ver louir. so Join tie Kxrursion Parly and see a sight that
strauirers travel tliiuiiid of tulles lu iuhi. Tun cost of the trip will be
FIFTY .Mb DoLI.AitS, nldili Im-lndes everything. 10M-7!
vi v, ii i-i i'
I J Ttl r t" ' '"r imi
klllh lUlfJr 'I. -
SO A I'S
Ham hu'it.y. ciffaA
Bfrri il Hi' H"
hou .. it v ii... it. ...hi
Mixtiio KliKHit. Illuitinim,
!)" Hih.'tttVMlt'n KntrllaU UrM.'fi.
UMiti. McNeil A Lllit.y'M Ctru-il tlia
UirlirOxou A Hiilihin' (iitutixl
li'DWAY A( roUTKIC. U-A.ll.iv' Kiuuliurn Dealer
f tie- I Uu ftii. in Mauds.
oliiiiom IHiM-k, U'tn. ii Kurt ami N'uiiauu,
iglit liainl ni.Ie of lintel trel oiiig west.
ireel lilipurter nf I'ilir Kuiiiitlire,
Irt elifti for i-ali W- have on baiel
ick Wrt. Snfa, (iMklng Cliair,
ill iiii call and price tlii-se rfmxU.
fm, I sill l(il !'
l SlMl O II. --.
A 'urir tviici
I' A I'b u
tfll.WII W MM,
"Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
I.AKOR HIOI'Kh Ol'
PlHiiiiiiiao liiipiilms. Mm, Dr; Mi
Theo. H. Davies fc Co., L'd.
. . rt Nli
OO TO THK ANOUOB SALOON
W I I.I.I AM eUNNlNOH .M. MAN.
II nupr'if lie Aiirlinr NiliHin. ii kt-rii-lii)
up nil lie tliii-H ,i tiif Ani'li'ir jnii
van "wet j-oureje' ltli nn Oj.ui I'tipk.
bill anil huiIi Ii iln ii wlili a Kn-.liTli'k"
wrc i-r il- Mir l o'Vt:ill s i.wl.iliy.
nylliinif tun mil in llinlii-rmiin Furiiltnm,
i) tiling Jim want ie lilrMim huriiituii.
ton- i o- y
) if mi call aIm- ! niiii..il will, Crili ami Ci.i-ll.'
Ills- mjm lM1 ki i,,,i s , ,n, ,.,, ,,.l; (i Milwt from
ml at irii-. ( uil lln Kmrml
Mull a tin- ricliMi.t t'iri'linw-r
i tniin- it- ciiiuph'tf kltti.nit MattrHMM's,
O Illilin- Ml MllllMllilll ll llfM- iiKMIn olie1li tlinl. Wt- llu.
n't you pid mint I. ! 0hm Fi-aih'-r m S;lk Flimst Tbey uiak
Hllily llllietr anil (Jiutilnus.
rfin iiiiiiiw nn'i- in an i-njuni aim izn
aJL ols lm inu ui(KnM. oi Wonl or I3ras Triuiiuiiitra.
I'll iCr r. M Ki i
ill the Coming R'ices !
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alk Innn rot lll-6. AiLlriHi- ' y..
(III ollli u. mvi II
v I AAlKIM IHr i
J fli'm'h I'lieifnrtMlili- Ks. JbtL.
iirtri-r (ur one or ii rtln fb , , $tjt
Hit litrlltlfliii'li. Umnl Ui- MIs4AUfc
ttmial; iiAthluy fiirlllile m-rl For pam
1IW II HIII.I.KTltt nrnm
TREY ARE FLYERS I
OKXTKIt A Nil WAI.KKU
WILL UK rtlKltK
H. E WALKKR.
Aki-HI HnlHlllllU. H I
Cuiurolnv 8ick. lircMnt m,
f I'lllirrW- Am IIJII-I ll-ll f.l-'l ( llroil
III linuilH.iiiie t!rjri,t. 1-ilitriMll Sntu in Solid ilak
paii i in; al r"nniHlil rait
'I'ovnriii ol lipliouliir'tl r urinliiii. H'ilty
ry our hay t'liairs kMfor teiyuiK' lhwliHrH.
aJLa allien of all miziwi with Chairs and Siilelxiariln in match
vurUKly kuowh we make a feature of luturior-Dceoratiiig,
vorylciity kno Mr. Geo. Onlway who inakea this a special f nature.
ei-niiiHil as thn i'liK(ip.Ht house in Honolulu,
'elialiility, Promptness and Dispatch is our inottii
Visitors, Picoic Parties, Luaus
'pllAT HhBllt.MH.K i n- .
J. Hoili-H illl Iti'TVlHIllli Brif-ftWi.
riri-ft now ot-ciipii'il by Mr. 3ijtij3
J II Wmli'liLUM. ir I'ii. lafc-iiSe?
tis-lnn civvn on A
.rimilari at i ) Ii
KIVVII Oil AllKllKt Inl
forlnX-r (SKNKItAL I'UUUCI
llnt' i "!,
C .HOI, i'OMKii(T v It K . ., .
I Bliil Nilltl I'lirillillKl u-1'TS..aU
I ll'lHKr., DlilHI'll tive iinl TtuiiJiM
iVnirnl fill m Imn-ii 7 2IiaR.
Ilvrntaiilii lrit tl uli Collins, l niL-i'lo- I
i't, f-pU-iiiUil Lunai, hmI every rniivulll-
iiiicp. CiMinlro mi iirKiiiUxit or Mil iil A'l' SmI'I'Ii'k RlIS AVI ljlrl"ltv
Tl'l0illiHi. ISI l0 1V ''IIIIINlU(lAMMim5l
Stahlks, Kino Stickm,
(Adjoining Motniolltiu Mfst Msrkrt,
In tho ('lii'aifi.t I'luor In Town you can
' ei't lliiiiyi-H YVncnnoiitii, HuKtur unit
I HhiI.IIu IlorftM. It will nav you to rail
ami oe' Irtflurii you try tUnwlinru.
. SO CroU,
i far- I. niiii'n Jim ull Aurmt tin. at 12
O'clmk IIDOII, lit 111 Oltiwuf Ii. .. .
kui, Muttiaut iul. IW7.IH
itKi.i. :ar 'i 'KLKpiiOaXKs -Mi-pi m. ua
PER S S "OA.H3LIO."
HlOniiLISTDSR. &b CO.
1 lave miide anotlier Liiri' hiiportatioii ol
Fine House and Lot
'pilK UNHKHHiONKII OKKKKt- KU
1 suit ilint Kin- H.iiih4iui nn lie-
uinnkii hiile of lli-ri'tuivit -tn-rt, ton fi-m
fait of I'uii'iico u htrcit Tim Lot lia
trout ut IUO f.-i't -Hid uili-ntli ot ICUet-t A
(io'xl llwollinp IIoiihh iu -"-l ri-ii'lr; con- ,
tains I'urliir, Diiilnr-r.xim Kllclifii, I'nn
tr, llHlrooui. Ha'h 'nil Wati-r Clu-'t uml
mi olllce im tin- lower lloor 'tli KourOo d
Itt-ilroonis ou M)i onil lloor 1 here U suti
ftrfiitlu ILirn. 1'iiiiliiiniiiK TwiiMallh room,
(or t-vo runii; r., Weo.1 Slir.l ainl rit-r
V.'inti' Kimiii, h Hi-rvunth' W I . nn.l Two ,
Oe.nl I i-rt.H.xil. Kurtlixi isrtiriilnr of i
Vi' L I'm.iIi. I
14' I' V l -III lNX
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.
Lager Beer !
2 SGKGONERS P0!i 25 CENTS
HiMi.tr of I. A CONST AM'IA and KI. COMKTa
I M Vf,f
Hawaiian Hardware f'.n lri
I.ni.'t- ArtHortuHiut of BhapoM and Siz
:wr7 wit stkkwt. ' r'f Suii in Hoini at Duty Paid Cor Fort 4 Merctidnl Slicrti
l.L I'KiMi.Nb lNTHMUNH
lam nrt'-iiii'i' ou Kli'MMier o'
r-1 h l.i in I hiiiimi No vli'ui Lm to., (nun i
Itoiinliilu. urn IihihIiv niniinleil to nnr i
flirt h ili'ki'is m Hip Uliurf otlli'ii ot iIik '
l'iiiii.i!iy Moroi iiiIniiMih:, sml uny un
'lll-'l I fltlllllH 1(1 llll Ml llll III' UllllJl'Kt to
.sy ii 4nini nf tlir ri'culur luri-lu ml.li
tiou lln-ri'iii I'lil" rule will In) itrli tly kii.
fnii'cil from ami ln-r Ilin Ut invnf Am;ii.l
iir.ulimi. V. IhMH'UKV,
W. II Mcl.ss hi-n'y Hirl.iiil. I
Honolulu, July I? lH 114-7
ro i ' "
L.. HC. DHJE,
IiUIipm run! (ll.iKwnru Wuutiil I
eioi'ka, Waii'lii's ami Jowvjry Waninl I
Olil OdIiI ninl Hllviir Wiiiitiil '
l aiubskl Prlots PaIiII -ail
IU btiutf Htrt, Oornar of AJakua