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THURSDAY, AUG. '2, 1834.
Etaowhero will bo found a com
plete account of tho remit outbroals
of Leathen barbarism and lawlosa
ness iu Fiji, aud Hb mipprfssion by
the able aud ouorge tin British Com
miasioner for tho Western Pacific,
Sir J. B. Thurston.
certificate to thai ofloct is examinod
by Captain lviiitf. Miuistorof the In
terior, and if satisfactory tho candi
date is passed over to tho roiristra
tion board. The "special rights" is
only for those who wore not boru or
naturalized in thee islands.
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When things dually and fully sot
tle down in tho political situation,
there will bo many matters of in
ternal improvement domaudiuK in
telligent action on the part of the
then rulors. One of the most im
portant is some scheme of thorough
and Bciontific sanitation for Hono
lulu, moro particularly with regard
to tho disposal of etTete aud wato
matter. It is well-known now-a-days
that the old-fashioned sewer, with
out an unlimited supply of water
and effective means of using it (or
flushing the sewers, are as fraught
with danger, if not more so, to tho
public health as tho more primitive
cesspool system. There are differ
ent scientific systems now in ogue.
some connected with sewers, suited .
to differing local conditions. Thoso
who tako an iuterost in public im
provement will find an aid to study
of the subject here mentioned iu a
paper by George E. Waring, Jr., en
titled, "Out of Sight, Out of Mind,"
in the Century for April. This is a
matter that should find n place in
every electoral platform.
THE TALKING MACHINE TK1P.
Veoplo of Burnt Regions Amazed
Jos. A. Victor, proprietor of the
merry go-round, returned yesterday
evening by tho steamer Waitnannlo
from Waiauae with his loud-talking
phonograph. Mr. Victor left here
about a week ago aud gave an exhi
bit ion at Waiauae. On the follow
iug day li" took tho machine to Ma-
kun, where a concert was givon in I
tho church in the oveniug. lue
nxidfuts of tho district were much
pleaded with tho entertainment
Sir. Victor had to give all his host
song over again before tno asion
Saturday, July 2$, IS!) 4.
There Is a hole out near the
government quarry at Kamo
il iil i containing an inexhausti
ble supply of pure sparkling
fluid, sufficient to meet the de
mands of all Honolulu. The
water has recently been ana
lycd and shows
O. P. 8. . .
Personally Conducted Excursion to the
Volcano now being Organized
by Frank L. Hoogs.
tW Leaving on the Next Trip of the 8. S. "Kina,'
FRIDAY, August 3d, Returning to Port on SATUR
DAY, August 11th.
There are a groat manv peoplo iu Honolulu who require a vacation In
si in lest this work-a
AM ILLIBERAL, BOARD.
It it very disappointing to expect
ations, from favorable repute of its
personnel as a whole, to llud the
Board of Education pursuing a vin
dictlve political course iu drallug
with the teachers under its control.
Nothing, it is safo to say, has over
bea teen iu any civilized country
llko tho exaction of a political tint
oath from female teachurA by tho
Board. It really looks n if lln-co
zealots had no faith tb'inolvis in
the stability of tho Wfpublic. .r in
iti possessing virtuos that would
within a reasonable limn command
tho loyalty of all iumii and women.
Nobody will dispute that it is in
cumbent on all teachers to refrain
from uttering party political sunt!
moots, eithor iu or out of tho clu
room, more especially of n nature
prejudicial to tho Uoveruinciit of
tbo day employing them. Tin-re i
not tho least fear, iu any of our dis
tricts of mixed people and partic,
that any breach of lhi rtilu should
escape timely dotcctiou, when the
offeuder could bo dealt with n
might be required. There was no
such inquisitorial supervision of the
minds of teachers under the inou
archy. Although uumtiers of tench
era were undoubtedly dislowil to
the Government of that day, yet so
long as they kept it to themselves
the schools did not suffer. ICven
the then requirement that all pub
lie sorvants should be. either Milijects
or hold lott.trrf of denization v.n al
lowed to remain mi innocuous desue
tude. Vet the educational interests
of the country did not suffer from
this policy of liberal winking al n
law useful aud necessary only within
KXOISTK&INO OF VOTERS.
Examination of Candidates for Spnclitl
Rights of Cttiztinship
Iu tho hall formerly known as the
Legislature hall is silting the Hoard
of Registration aud on the makai
side near the office occupied by the
Auditor-General sits the Kxnmiuiug
board. Theso boards sit from'.) to
10:80 a. in. and -I to ti p. in every day
for the purpose of registering voters
of the new ifepubliu for tmrticipa
tiou in tho coming election 'date
not fixed). On entering the hall this
morning a Hullltin reporter was ac
costed by Dr. C. 'J'. Kodger, chair
man of the board of registration,
with the remark, "Do you want to
legistrr?" The rup'jrler (ju e )y
stated his mission, which was to se
cure the total number of those who
have registered aud the rcspe live
nationalities. "No, you can't have
the nationalities," was Dr. Hodger's
reply, "because wo have not had
them tabulated, but we can gne the
total number who have registered.
Up to fi o'clock yesterday evening,
570 had taken the oath" Siting
with Dr. Kodgers are Mensm. Wra
Taylor aud J. Kcliipio.
At this morning': sessiou Chief
Euginoer Hunt of tho Fire Derail
ment was engaged bringing in the
man under his control to take the
oath. No Hawaiiaus weie noticed
about the registration place.
Tho Examining Board consists of
MessrB. E. A. Tow he, chairman, C.
BuscbjoBt, J. II Cutter and .1. Al.
Viras. The dutiiM of tho Uonrd are
to require from the applicuut an
swers regarding his nationality,
age, and, especially, what service or
support, if any, he has rendered to
the late Provisional Government.
Those who signed the paper to en
dorse the committee of safety at tho
mass mooting on January 111, IWU,
are deemed to have rendered due
service or support to the revolution
ary rulers, it has been decided, as
previously reported, that registering
and voting at the Constitutional
Convention election is not a qualill
catiou. If tho answers are satisfac
tory the applicant is entitled to
"special rights of citizenship," A
ished ruralists could be appeased
Returning to Waiauae exhibitions
were given daily uulil Mr. Victor
was recalled to town yesterday by
sickness in his family. Tho visit was
a very successful one.
The phonograph will be on exhi
bition at the sauio place, Hotel aud
Bethel streets, this evening, and on
Saturday tho merry-go-round will
be running iu full blast after being
shut down over n week.
Johnny Hnyward Has But Few
In accordance with advertisement
announcing the Bale of Johnuy Hay
ward, tho trotter, by L. J. Lovey, at
noon to-day, a largo crowd gathered
outside the salesroom. Tho trotter
was driven down by its trainer in a
sulky. The animal looked in the
pink of condition. Notwithstanding
the announcement by Mr. Levey of
Johnny llayward'a Coast record of
2:i!(J, and the fact that the trotter
holds the record (2:27 1 5) for the
championship of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, no bid higher than $235 was
made and the sale was withdrawn.
J. A. Magoou isa prospective pur
chaser, but if he does not buy the
auimnl, it will bo returned to Maui
on the Claudiiio next Tuesday.
Tin' shoo deuletn must ho
doing it good business, judg
ing i'rom the amount of llo
iery we suv soiling, for ncurly
till tin' liii iv foots in town have
taken inlvnntuin' of our utonk
nnd prices, while there in a
.upiiion that the more exten
sive buyers intend to lay in n
.stock ior future use "ii'm all
right, we bought them to mll
and knew you could not rcuiHt
the temptation. Saturday,
Aug. J tli, we will make an
other run on Hosiery aud will
include some for hubby Fast
Itlaek Socks that he is fool
ish enough to pay J) a dozen
lor; yon can make pin money
by buying them of us at 2 a
dozen, mid get you rise If a sup
ply of Tan Colored Hosiery
lo in itch your pretty little tan
boots they will pleti.se him as
well as yourself; and talking
about pleasing, more comfort
and smiles have found their
birthplace in P. D. Corsets,
than wearers of other corsets
are aware of. Did you ever
try them? If not do so by
all means in the meantime
lit the little one and yourself
out with S'uue of the follow
ing : Compromise Jlodice
Wtt'sts, ISouipoisc Ladies'
Waists, Jeaness Miller
Wair.ts, Children's Double
Ve Waists iu Summer and
Winter wciy-ht.s, Children's
Lo g Cashmere Coats, these
goods, will receive an awful
cut Anotlur thing let us
say, there is, no use fixing
yourself up unless you do the
home. Tusore Draperies for
. tirtains and Divans make a
room more cheerful than it
would without thorn and yet
if we were to quote you the
price nor- you win say, "un,
well, IChlcis, is helling them so
cheap everybody will have
I hem," to which we say, Yes,
the first come will, for the
stock is limited. Double
Width Serges, all wool, go at
."() cents a yard this week.
li l KM LICKS & !(.
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 Makiki,
and we believe the government
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 force 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 severe men
tal strain caused by his attempt
to figure out a way to give the
people more water and less
earth. An abundance of water
might also have an effect upon
the rose bugs in so far as it
might drown the larva; which
may be found around the roots
of the bushes. We are mak
ing these suggestions without
consulting the owner of the
water, but we believe 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
lime would, of course, be ne
cessary to complete the plant
and means should be devised
to supply individuals with what
ever water they wish. We
have tried ever) thing from a
straw to a Corliss Ingine in
lifting fluids but nothing works
better, or can be run with less
expense than an A'Tinotor.
You just erect the mill and
give it a dose of oil occasion
ally and let her pump. We
have small ones that will ans
wer admirably for irrigating
lots up to five acres; we have
others that will pump ten thou
sand gallons of water an hour,
sufficient to irrigate a rice
The "Pansy" is king of all
iron cook stoves. I;or good
baking and little fuel there is
no other like it. We could
figure up where we have sold
a couple of thousand of these
stoves but cannot find a single
order to tret nwav from business and other cares that
day lire, tor their lienelil It may oo mentionou in at a boiect excursion is
now being organized to visit the domains of Madame Pole, sometimes
known as the Volcano of Kilauea. It doosn't make any difference If they
havo been there before, because if they have, they will readily admit that
the crater is constant Iv changing and with each chango ronowed interest
is awakened. Hon. L. A. Thurston gave a description of tho Volcano's
latest mood, and if you havo not read it do so at onco and then walk ns far
as Wilder's STKAMMitr Orrier: and purchase a Ticket for tho Excursion
leaving uere on bKllJAY, August ;iu. lo peoplo wno uo not require a
o tiie trip anyway ii
mention thnv mint make (lie trio nnvwav if onlr to sav that thov havo
seou tlie World's Greatest Wonder. It Is certainly embarrassing for peo
ple who have lived in this country for years to give a negative responso
when asked If they have seen the Volcano. They may havo had somo ex
cuse in the past for their seeming indifference because it required morn or
less exertion to reach tho crator, but now thoy can ride iu a carriage to
the door of the Volcano House. Tho crater is vory activo now, it may not
remain so very long, so join tho Excursion I'arty and see a sight that
stranuor travel thousands of miles to seo. The cost of the trip will bo
FIFTY (SeO) DOLLAUM, which includes everything. 09.1-7t
From a lurge and varied stoek the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following:
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oat, Corn.
KS In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These arc each possessed of strong feeding properties tmd
are well worth a trial by all interested in stoek.
TT1 T i X T "TfsP CaliforalaB an
JT J-J y-J -J CV WahlBt.iu State.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders 1
Niv I mftafR in .lout
ii i.i iir
RDWAV . I'OUTEIt. 1-eadlnir Kurulturw Dealers
f the Hawaiian Islands.
obiusou Hlin'k, between Fort aud Nuuanu,
ighl hand side of Hotel street going wt
Irect lniHrters of Fine Furniture,
irt cheap (or cash. We havo on hand
icker Ware, Solas, Hocking Chairs, I'to
ill you call and price tueo goods.
ny thing you want in Dining-room Furnltum,
uythiiig you want iu liudroom Furniture.
u, to, ten urft tt
t.lverpoo)Voir. U9 Hi '
Kmtliab I hI ry fto ih '
Onlllornw lii ml r)
HAM, HAUON, OHhh.SH
Hariri sn.l Hkt' Mi
'VhWt," fiMK''s In Itlut li0 ylmrt.
J OlliA IIS
1 A rtilV rvrtMf i trwltb CKXIhU
I T Htirtott' Ktigllfcn (Jrouerttw.
UroM .li Hlhckwrtll'a English Orocrii,
Ubby. MoUi.H & Ltbliy'a OaTnnMl Mmi.
Hlt'hardson tt Kobblu'n Oauuwl
ou can also h unpolled with Cribs and Cradle.
ou will find a complete Uck to select from.
nil it price to suit the poorest
,. well as the richest puruhas,r.
o linnet ib cimiplrle without Mattnwjiea,
u houe iu Honolulu aoIIs these goods cheaper tbaii we do.
1Mb, TsIiJp nut l
li Slut Id lb
A. Isrgr Ttni.ii
"Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAJtOf. BTOitKb OK
I'liiBiaiiQi Applies, Mm, Dry Mi,
CrocKsry. Furniture, at. Eic,
tUATH ON HAND
on'lyou iie-d some ,1vh(Jhi) Feather or Silk PIomI They make
amly i'llloxs siul LuHtioiiN
retty Window Sh'ulei iu all colom and sizes.
olr-.ii fur your window in Vo.i or Urani TriiuiiilugR
f I'liiirse umt not (nrirot to mention
ur liaiidviine Caroi UlnKiui Sets in Solid (Ink
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
pairing at r-aviunMn rn(v
ecotenug 01 Uplinll-iel t uriilturx i et,ilty
our linsr Chairs tfute buying elsewJiMre
ilex oi an mw witn v.nair aun nuieixwrns U miK-i,
verybtHlv knows we make a fenture of Interior Dtvoratiug.
eryboity knows Mr. Geo. Ordway who makes this a fcHH-ul (hiiji,
Id the Coining R-ices !
ecognitMl m llm cheapest house in Honolulu,
cuatuliu, rroiuplueiis aud Dispatch is our motto
AV'H'SO CKVI.ON HB.STI.BMAN,
rcciill) iwrlvetl In town, ilutiren tin.
iloy tin nl l''irst-clni llook-kci.pcr, with
lnui i'nr t'x'rlfiK'n In ilnt Joiiriialintic
Line tliiiiijiiHiily iiriiiiint(iil wltli Oriciitul
trn'l'- AiMir'n "Jimik ku.iiitir," onrn nl
llii. onuf. llril-lu
N JI'I.Ya.', a vr.i.i.ow
u nl Wlillt .liip'iiiniiv
I'liu (iiiteli) I'linti-r return
... u i I I., (..,....
.,. ,, in iii-j n .tii,jr ill, fill, HflHBBHBHM
llnti Kinot, mill nrmvti miitmui. rnwuid,
A I.I. I'KIIHONH AUK NOT1KIKII MOI'
to umlll uny one on my srcouul
without my wrlUm nrJur.
JOIIKt'll t'IK0. fl
llerniliiiii. July 0 ! IUW lrn
complaint from our customers.
Vou can get other stoves, lots
of them, but what's the use of
investing your money in an
article you know nothing
about. A stove is something
you have to live with three
hundred and sixty-five days in
the year, and it's something
you want to be on pretty good
terms with You can't be if it
will not bake or if il burns too
much co.il, if the upper crust
on our pie or cake is burnt
to a crisp and the lower one
under clone some one is going
to kick aud 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 they are as
good as gone because they
are cheap In these times when
people's imagination drifts to
ward poverty low priced goods
are needed. We have other
lamps to suit the masses not
afflicted with flattened purses.
We have them for both classes
here because we cater to the
public, irrespective of party.
creed or present condition of
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'rl
U.mii UrkOtlr' Hlr
Vr7 IN it(T RTUKK1T.
Bkll ;V2 -TEIjEPIIONES Mutual Uf
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods! Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Prices!
THAT PLACE IS AT
Benson, Smith & Co,
Corner Fort 8c Hotel Sta.
r Oup Soda Water is the Best Z
TBEY ARE FLYERS !
IM'.XTUIt AND WAI.KKR
WILL HE TKKKK
H. E WALKER,
Agent Unuolulu, H I.
Comuilos Block, lurcbul St.
Visitors, Picnic Parlies, Uaus
FE3PL S. S. " C3-A.H1IL.IO."
HIOIjIIiISTEK, &c CO.
Iluve made another Large Importation ol
HiAiiii of LA tH)NSTANCU uit KL CO.MKTA
Uru A-Hsortinont of Shapou and Sir.HH
For i ) noDd or Duty hi Cor. Fort 4 Merctiiot Streitt
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HOI.K AUKST KOH
Staumw, Kino Stiikkt,
lAilJolnltiK ilulroolltan Meat Mttrkut,
Ih tlio 0tieapt I'loce in Town yon can
Kct IttiHsex. W'Hi'onPtles, ItitCKle and
Bnilille IIoros. It will pay you to call
and buu beluro yuu try elsewhere.
- Xi-u.fu.oJ. Talaphcilli 400
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GCNTS
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PAUTUHE TO LliAHE
A T I'UNAHOU AIIOUT HIXTY
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r, M. UWAN2Y,
Dlnlici ami (llntHWiir WaulMI
eiuokH, Wiiinlieii ami Jowetry Waulwll
Olil (loM 1111J blhur Wautixlt
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