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fyht gaily tUiin.
PUAgrtl to itritht-r Strt tut I'tirty,
Hut EttablUh'd for th- llmrfit of All.
FRIDAY, AUG. a, 1894
"Mr. Kamauotia Is a prominent
satire loador, whoso example will
tnfluenca cores of otliors." Thus
art the Advertiser in cotimu'uting
upon the act of the porsou named
in swearing allegiance to tlio He
public. Tho example of a man who
was convicted of bribe-taking in tuo
Reform Legislature of 188S in hard
ly likely to bo powerful with respect
It is too bad that tho interests of
Hawaii should havo to boar the
brunt of tho sugar trust's offensive
ness to tho American people. Had
the now professedly annexationist
planters of Hawaii resisted the
temptation of tampering with the
trust, such attacks as the one jtut
made by Senator Cattery on tho
reciprocity treaty would not hao
any force if made at all.
among its membership, which In
cludes many of tho most activo
youug inon of trado and industry in
tho community. There is little
doubt that a goodly proportion of
them havo laid the foundation of a
respectablo competence by their
strike for independence of landlords
inailo iu entering the organization.
The resources of tho Association
amount to $72,iV.H.ot5, of which 101,
m. .. . . I 1 1 I A
i mi is in real eiaio mans anu
$1031.20 tho treasurer's balance.
Liabilities consist of capital stock
$71,078.20, resorvo fund $1502.91 and
undivided profits $10.30. Eight
series of stock havo boon issued, of
which tho total number now in force
is 182,'iJ There is a monthly income
from interest aud premiums of
077.22. The average monthly pro
minui por share paid on 07 loans is
71 I 5 cents. A ninth series of stock
will bo issued at the meeting on
Monday evening next, aud tho pros
pect is that competition for its pos
session will bo brisk. Tho receipts
for tho past term from monthly
dues havo Ivou 511,210.50. Pre
miums yiehbd $1501.31, interest
2135.13 aud loans repaid $1100. J.
U. Hot h well is succeeded as secre
tary by A. V. Gear, and tho directors
Saturday, July 38, tX'M.
There is a hole out near the
government quarry at Kamo
iliili containing an inexhausti
ble supply of uure sparkling
fluid, sufficient to meet the de
mauds of .ill Honolulu. The
water has recently been ana
lycd and shows
RDWAY St PORTER, Uadlng Furniture D.aler.
f tho Hawaiian Islands.
obinsou Blivk, Iwtwwn Port and Niniatin.
ight hand side of Hotel street going west.
I .line ...
O. P. 8. . . .
With Walter G. Smith to look out I are as follows: T. F. Lansing, S. B.
for tho Monroo doctrine at home i Hose, A. V. Gear, J. II. Fishor, J. J.
baring been "deported" by tho Ho- Lecker, G. 13. Boardman, A. V.
nolulu annexationists instead of the Keech, Henry Smith and J. G. Roth
Queen whom he dedicated to that well. Tlieso gentlemen are to be
humiliation aud his successor to congratulated on the thriving con-
look after tho interests of the dition of the Association.
United States In tho mid-Pacific, tho ttti - . -.. -
.... i,..t ...u.m.nt it,.. Vi,.nim When moving into our present
ws just arrived that the Nicaragua homn fomu, fthbolt,0 of camMt.
canal is to bo oold out by Americans . ain.,, lrtin ,Wm lft by a fornlor
to an Eugliih syndicate is doubths tenant. On the laljfll 1 found the
preposterous fake worthy of the i statement that it was gooil lor cuts
Star and Friend news bureau " , ", l i. ,w""Wr l?,
inuu vi mis. iiiuuiK iu on in;
xperieiice has found its equal for
ire.uiuir Hosiers or uurun. r. c,
What do tho Government organs
have to say now about recognition
of the Government of the Republic
as dr jure, in view of the nens from
Washington that it is doubtful if
tho Administration will recognize
the Government until some other
Power takes the initiating With
the declared policy of the Senate to
require other powers lo keep "hands
off," thoro is likely to be a longer
wait for recognition than there has
been for restoration of the populur
ll.uutr.Tr. mauaiior Lo Sueur Senti
uel, Lo Sueur, Minn. Pain Balm is
aUo a sure cure for rheumatism.
Por tale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
.tint for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Illinois politicians prating about
a "corrupt" monarchy is the latent
instance of Satan reproving sin.
With the Cook county jury fixers
till woariug the convict stripes aud
the wife of one of Chii'agoV finnu
cial princes held under $."000 bonds
for bribery of jurors, the Republi
cans of Illinois ought to hao looked
at homo for corruption to denounce.
Queen Lilluokalaui would hold her
own iu any Chicago drawing room
for refined accomplishments, yet
these western prairie hnj eoeds and
boodWs dare to call Lor "hatha
rous." AH U0NK3T MEN VIEW IX
"Un-American" is probably the
only comment the Star is cnpable of
making on tho following article
from the Now York Nation of July
5. Yet it submits a problem to
square the autious of the Provisional
Government with Americau princi
ples which no honest American at
home or abroad cau solve in a way
to confer auy honor or glory on the
revolutionists of 1803;
Why has such a profound silence
fallen on the expouuders of const i
tutional liberty iu Hawaii? A com
mentary is urgently required on tie
present situation iu the island.
We are not up to it ourselves, and
can only state the facts. A provi
sional government after having held
office for sixteen months without a
shadow of popular warrant, is at
last shamed into calling a "constitu
tional convention" to establish per
mauunt representative institutions,
It fixeB up a plau by which no one
can vote for delegates, or bo a mem
ber of tho convention, without tal:
iug an oath of allegiance to itself,
aud by which, furthermore, an abso
lute majority of the convention is to
be made up of members of the pro
visional government taking sent ex
oiiicio. Then they submit their
ready made constitution, udopi it
by their owu votes, promulgate it
without submission to popular vote,
aud at ouce proceed to violate it by
themselves uaminsr a President foi
six years. Now It must be poisible
in some way to reconcile such pro
oeedings with the spirit of '70. ami
the Cradle of Liberty, and all tho
other sacred and patriotic things
which we have lieou told have bet
up for themselves iu Han nil; but
the official defenders of the Hawai
ian branch of republicanism do not
toll us how. Wo hope t hoy mil not
be deterred by auy little cireuiu
stanco like the fact that they have
denounced the Queen for tho same
thing that the patriots are now
P. B. & L. ASSOCIATION.
As tho monthly meeting of the
Pioneer Ihiildiug and Loan Asocia
tion approaches, a few facts aud
figures from the semi-nnnual state
ment for the term eudiug June 30,
1891, will bo of interest. This insti
tution seems to have been well man
aged, its present condition being
fairly entitled to be called pros
perous. It has proved its value
signally in being the means of
greatly increasing tho number of
iadependeut homes iu Honolulu,
aad la promoting habits of thrift
A New Fad!
Plctlrrs tnkrn In Mnwinermto Co
tnment Itedtn-fil Kate. Thenumbcr
of niMiintinpnls already made (or li
Itini l 1 iiiivi'llato jour ctlllnc unit
umking mi appointment.
J. J. WILLIAMS,
102 Fori Strcfl.
Tin' shoe dealers imit be
doing n good businem, judg
ing from the amount of Ho
siery we are sidling, for nearly
all the barefootH in town havo
taken advantage of our Ktoek
and prieort, while there is n
su-pii-ion that the more exten
sive buyers intend to lay in a
stnek lor future use it's all
right, we bought them to sell
and knew you could not resist
the temptation. Saturday,
ug. Ith, we will m:ike an
other run on Hosiery and will
include some for hubby Fast
Ulaelc Soeko that he is fool
ish enough to pay $!l a dozen
for ; you can make pin money
by buying them of us at $2 a
dozen, and get yourself a sup
ply of Tan Colored Hosiery
to match your pretty little tan
boots they will please him as
well as yourself ; and talking
about pleading, more comfort
and smiles have found their
birthplace in P. I). Corsets,
than wearers of other corsets
are aware of. Did you ever
try them? .If not do so by
all moans in the meantime
lit the little one and yourself
out with SMtie of the follow
ing: ivompromise ooaico
Wti sts, Equipoise Ladies'
Waists, tlcaness Miller
Waist-, Childreirs Double
Ye Waists in Summer and
Winter weights, Children's
Lo g Cash mere Coats, these
will receive an uwiul
cut Anotlnr thing let us
say, there is no use fixing
yourself up unless you do the
home. Tusore Draperies for
Curtains and Divans make a
room more cheerful than it
would without them and yet
if we were to quote you the
price her you will say, "Oh,
well, hhlers is selling them so
cheap everybody will have
them," to which wo say, Yes,
the iirst come will, for the
stock is limited. Double
Width Serges, all wool, go at
."() cents a yard this week.
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, aud 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 arc 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
time 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 everything from a
straw to a Corliss Hngine in
lifting fluids but nothing works
better, or can be run with less
expense than an Armotor.
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 acr-s; we have
others that will pump ten thou
sand gallons of water an hour,
sufficient to irrigate a rit:e
The "Pansy" is king of all
iron cook stoves. For 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
complaint from our customers.
You 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't, something
you want to be on prKty good
terms wirh You can't be if it
will not b.ikt; or if it burns too
much co d; if the upper crust
on jour pie or cake is burnt
to a crisp and the lower one
underdone 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 tliey are as
good as gone because they
are cheap In these times when
people s imagination drifts to
ward povert) 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
irct importer of Fine Furnilurn.
Irt cheap for cash. We have on hand
ieker Ware, Sofas, Hocking Chain, Kto.
ill you call and price these goods.
nything you nnut in Oitiing-room Furniture,
tiythlug you want in Bedroom Furniture.
.1... I... ....... I!. ..I !!. .:.. I l. ..It
m nil run ikiri. iti bmi.iii-'j wiiu vuui ami vitKiirw,
JL oil nil) Gud a complete stock to select from.
ud at nrieen to suit th txHirMst
,s well ss the richest purchaser.
o home Is complete without Mattresses,
o housH iu (louolulu sells these goods cbtMf than wr do.
From a large and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to tho following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
K2 In addition to our usual stock of these we arc now
carrying Washington Bran, Oata and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Cri T f""l TT "PP CaJIforalo an
J .li V- w 9 JC, WatbiaQtoi Hate.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
on't you mnd om l.iv ti Fathnn or Silk Fiossf They make
amly 1'illows sin! Cushions.
nttT Window Shade Id all enlort and sites.
olcs for your window in Wood or Brass Trimming
t Mi, Ilk mr ftai
i.tVRrtxKl) IVmri. Ill lh n,
KtlKllnh iHOrj Mi th -,.
hour .s'i lt
SO A PN
HAM. HAVOti, UHmtl
Unrreit nuil Hal Uti
'Mltmwr." ?iiiiw in inn ort iirs
VH1 A US
I i-huii n, i.tn.t nmdiu
f courxe we mint oot fonrot to mention
ur handxoruM Carved Ucdroom Sets in Solid Oak.
epniring at nvnonahle rats.
Vcoveriug oi Upholstered turnitiin ipHCialty.
L abte of
our liT Chair tnfon- buying devrhn
all niz.i with Chaiis and Sideboard to match
verylnxly know we make a feature of Interior Decorating,
xerjlxidy known Mi. Oeo.Ordway who makes this a special foal urn.
Mortun Ktirfllli Utoorrlu,
Oro- A BIuiHwmII's KnifUab Unntim-,
Llbliv. McNeil A Ltbby'a Cnunwl ii
ttlchnrdfton & Bobbin's OauhhO SmU.
!'., lahl kii.i !-
7H nit ia is
A laru ni,
Kerosens "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
-- liAltOK BlOJ'Kb OK
iH-ogniznl a the cheaNst house iu (louolulu,
eliability, Promptness aud Dixpatch is our motto
liKi.i. S2B TICLEPLIONES iMltl-al iW
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pnre Goads! Prompt, Reliable
Attention 1 and Low PrlCR3l
THAT PLACE IS AT
miiitei Smpiin. flardware. Dry Mi,
Crocker?, Fnmitnra. nit. Eic,
A I WAV ll.t HANI)
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
Id tbe Coming Races !
Benson, Smith & Co.
Oornor IToxT. Ac BT.otol 3ts.
J3. Our Soda Water is the Best tX
PBR S. S. "GAELIO."
HOLLISTER & CO.
IIhvh iniirli uiiotlii-r Lurfi IiiiHirtjitiou of
Kiaml. of LA CDNSTANCIA and Rl, fOMET
Imi'up A!Mrtmat of ShapH and Sjzk
''or Ml- In Rnn nr Oiifv W f.nr Port ft Mrrhunt Kfron
Valuable Lands For Sale Valuable Land For Sale
JW . L
t" ,' f
THEY ARE FLYERS 1
HKXTRII AM) WAI.KKK
H. E WALKER.
AKfiit. Hunolulu, H 1.
Con.oilus Block, - Merchtni SI.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaos
AT PUBLIC AUCTION. '
In nirMinn'ii nf nn oritur Uniitot out of the
Clivtill I'i'lirt ofilio Mrht UIk-uIi, tun mi
ili'rn'(;iifl ill -i-ll at Tahiti) Auutliiu
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
In tmrtmiuiro nf an onlcr lsneil nnt of
tht Circuit I'nurt of thu hirnt Ulrruit, the
iiiuif rhlnned will tftll at l'nhllo Auuiiun
On SATUUDAY, Aiifj.ist 1H, 181)1, On SATURDAY, August 2:., 18'J1.
H. F. EIILEliS & CO.
Hiwtiian Hardware Co., L'd
i),iIV Hprnklt HlwH
inT irHT STKKlrCT.
AT U O'OLOtIK NOON,
M tho front oii'runco to th JikIIii'ii'J'
lt llilnij, nil lhe tuo iIui'i-h of liinl
iiwuuil In I'oiiiiiiuii liy iir. t o llltArnoil
a'i'l llic M. i; Nuwtui niliiorh. 4iluio in
Knliiunhlno. lliuixlulii, iitur CiiiiIiu'h oh
ViMuiiil ticit, the isiiiiiu hi'iiiK uiiaimx'J
niiil:fnf llii)ul t'iitrnt No. Ill, l.tunl Cum- ,
liiirilon Attiinl 111, mailed tu N 11 Ivulku- !
nut fur M l;aliiiiu
uii'M) Hpiuui no'ii" fcinrii n ifw mm. '
tilul unlL In.,.. .1... I..jt I Hill... ., r .
.... n ... ,....., ..,1' . a. W ,', ,,,u tli,
ili'sirahlu for lionielots, iwiil tlitlr loiutlun
Tin" iit irpu will Iiii $'! fur iipint 2
mi'l flloi for iiiumM. To lo told i.:ir
fk'i'ly Tli ami i; iipum , lUUHJiouiiin,
iiiii'cnr Iumi. Hiinn it, ll.i:..7n unaim, ni(irn
'IKItMH OASII In United Btiten (lold
Coin, ulid ilt'i'do ni oiiuiimi of iuirlia-iTS
8ilo to In1 milijiu't to ciiiillriiiatioii oi the
UT 1'or furlli'T pnitltrilnrH iiiiuiilro of
1 1 1 ; n 1 1 v H.Miru
('(iiiiiiilmliMH'r of (-all), Judin'ury lliiildliii;
AI.I.I'KllhoNb AUK NOIIKIKI) .NOT
in urcilii miy one nn injr rcoiinl
without my wrlltwi ordxr.
JOHKI'll I'AIKO, rit.
Huoalilln, July t lCM 107N llu
AT 12:30 O'CLOCK 1'. M
Of ald day on tlio proniihi'i, that certain
tili'co nf Land IjcIimikIhk to tlm ostato of
tlic Into Anloiilo Moiitulm, ili-iTaed iiw
tidtatf, hltualu on the (inriiur of lleokwitli
and .Mi'trulf l rents, in l'liiiuhou, ilono
lulu, the KUtiiuronliilullig an area of Ulut)
i Kiiiurn (net liioru or Ifm.
! I'ropnrty ciod for a houfulut, and Is in
u iitiiiii) loujiuy.
Tii'iii'. urn fiinfi ami dt'edii lit cxpen-n of
IHIIL'llUMT. blllO til III) Hlllllll't IO I'Ollllrill.
all. ii of I In' I on it.
$Mt 1'or further liiullriibrs rnoiiirn of
Comiiilhaionurof Hule Judiciary lliilldlng,
OO TO THK ANOHOB 8AL00N.
WILLIAM OUNNINCIHAM, MAN
aiii'r of die Alirhor Kaloon. Ih keen.
Ilil! up with the tl n-a. At the Anuhorynii
inn "imii ouree' with un Oyier Coek
inll mid vmihIi it down with n Kri'diTlctn
hurt; lt"f r Ojhler CoLktalln a hi.i'cliilty.
. "1 .-. . k 'I
5 ? ? 1
1 n e
CTZ21 ' KITS J
I s CO rs M
r 2 v, jt,
6. E. BOARDMAN,
xill. K AIIKNI Hilt
At Smith's Itus and Livkkv
Staulks, Kino Sthklt,
tAdjoininii Mvtropolitan Meal Market,)
It, tho ChcaneMt l'laue in Town you rn
I'.i't lUtcsi'i, WiiKOiictten, UuKfiet and
(riddle. I lorco.H. It will iav you to en 1 1
and ti't- heforu you try' eluewhure.
j iCiitvial Xolojslioii 4QO. -fc
WIELAND . EXTRA PALE
Lager Beer !
12 SCUCONERS FOR 85 GENTS
PABTUttE TO LKABU
AT I'UNAHOU AIIOUT
Ix Acrea of (Jnod lUmurt
Ii reutd. Antily to
l(M Iw IT. U. bW'ANZY
N JULY?.'. A YKLI.OW
V Ulld lilt llilitlie-ii
BLXTY 1Mb (hitch), lindir nturii J
(And to to Whl niiy'a Ciuidy Kloiu. UiEiiVii
lioioi mrtivi, anu Mieive tuuuiMu ruivrd.
II Wi If
UMiemiid (llnnwnni Wuntedl
loekM, WhIi'Iioi and Jem Iry Wunto-J I
Old Hold mid hltver Wniiudl
IW Ulgbl I'rlo.i Paid I .ml
IU Kliitf SUm.1, Oornr uf Alaka