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Brazil's republic was recognized
by cable and tho now was known
in the United Statos in less than fivo
Mistaw Hastings is not recogniz
ing the Hawaiiau royalist coruuiis
ion. Tho commissioners have no
use for Mistaw Hastings.
MB WIDEMANN WINKED
A Melbourno despatch of July 2!)
says: "The Hon. RoboiUtold, Min
ister of Defense, denies tho charge
that has been made against hliu that
he rerealed tho British iuloutions in
England to take posessiou of Xeekor
Island. Ho states that Sandford
Fleming sont a man to charter a
steamer at Honolulu for th purposo
of seizing Neckor Island, trusting
that Oroat Britain would recoguize
the seizure. The Govorntnout of
Hawaii, learning of this proposed
moremont, took stops to prevent its
beinR carried out." Minister Hold's
interview with tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment and Minister King's expedi
tion to annex tho island to Hawaii
were too close together to admit of
the Australian statesman's getting
out of his Gx by a bald denial.
What good the "bloomiug" island
will be to this couutry, unless as a
guano quarry, is something that our
very, very smart ropublicaii-imperial-ist
rulers have novor tried to explain.
The taxpayers haro had to pay
sweetly for Minister King's trip, that
will never do thorn fivo cents' worth
of good. It may indeed be the dear
est job over done for Hawaii. If it
prevent our being counocted with
the Pacifiu cablo for one or two do
cades, as seems probable from the
views expressed by Sandford Flem
ing at the Ottawa conference, tho
Dole regime will bo execrated more
here than Kalakaua was for tho
ATHLETICS LOOKINO UP.
An Important Mooting lipid by tho
The Honolulu Amateur Athletic
Association met iu tho Y. M. 0. A.
hall yesterday ototiing to consider a
proposition from tho Hawaiian Uaso
ball League to amnlgamate tho two
bodies. After discussion It was de
cided to appoint a committee to
saeet the league representatives and
offer them one-third of tho gate re
ceipts at exhibitions by tho Athletic
Association, and also to meet the
PaclGc Wlieolmon and Bee whether
they would not join. If successful
quarter-mile cinder track will bo
laid out on tho league grounds. It
will be no built thai baseball,
football, lawn tenuis, track nlhlei leu
and bicyclo meets can be hold there.
The club will hold n handicap meet
ing on Sept. 8, the hamiicappers lin
ing J. Torlwrt and D. Crnzler. No
medals will bo awarded, but club
badges instead. Tho club aUo
adopted tho following resolution:
"Resolved that betting or gambling
bv members bo strictly prohibited
on evouts held under tho nut-pices
of this club, and any member fouud
guilty of such offense shall bo ex
polled." Twelve new members were
THE HAWAIIAN REPUBLIC.
IU Conditional Recognition by Min
Washington, July .10. -The I'resi
dent to-day sent Oougrefs another
installment of the Hawaiian corres
pondence, tho most important feat
ure ol wuicn is Minister mills re
cognition of tho new republic. He
wrote: "I boroby, as far as I have a
right to do, extend tho republic of
Hawaii the recognition accorded its
predecessor, tho Provisional Govern
ment. 1 do this in tho belief that I
represent the President of the United
States, to whom, as tho executive
chief of the Government, my action
will be promptly submitted for
The Hawaiian royalist comm'ssion
now on its way to Washington will
be compelled to depeud upon its
own resource to secure an audience
with tho officers of this Government.
No assistance iu that direction will
be given by the officers of the lega
tion of the republic here, who point
out that it Mould bo muuifottly ini-
E roper for them to iutercede in be
all of auy one who is opposed to
the existing Government.
GOING TO THE WAR
How He Answered a Question on
the Queen's Restoration.
CntcAoo, July 29. H. A. Wide
mauu, Samuel Parker, J. A. Cum
mins and Major Soward passed
through Chicago this evening on
route to Washington from Honolulu.
Mr. Widemann, speaking in behalf
of tho party, said they bore creden
tials iromiiieox-v;ueen. iiouecuneu
to make the object of tho commis
sion known, but stated tho cat would
ho out of the bag soon after their
arrival at Washington.
lu a general way," ho said, "our
mission is for the good of the islands,
no matter what is tho Govornmeut,
monarchy, provisional or republi
can." Iu addition to tho credentials from
tho ox Queen tho party were armed
with passports from tho now repub
lic and liopo to accomplish their
Mr. Widemann added ho had no
doubt tho present Government of
Hawaii was aware of tho object of
the commission and that they sym
pathized with it. Regarding reports
from Honolulu that the party boro
a Dotitiou riimed by Royalists re
questing annexation to tun United
States, Mr. Widetuaun said "No!-'
most emphatically. "Whilo wo all
regard annexation as our ultimate
destiny, such a thing is impossible
under tho prosent form of govern
ment." Asked as to tho prospects for a
restoration of tho ex-Queon, Mr.
Widemann winked significantly, but
refused to make further response
Tho party continuod their trip to
night, going direct to Washington.
Washington, Aug. 1. Tho Ha
waiiau royalist commissioners, who
reached the city last night, kept to
their rooms at the Arlington most
of the day. arranging for their plan
of work hero. When askd the pur
pose of their visit to Washington,
Mr. Widemann said:
"I cannot tell you at this time.
We havo agreed not to divulgo tho
nature of our mission until wo see
Secretary G roham, and also possibly
tho President. o expect to see
Secretary Gresham to-morrow, and
shall go direct tu tho State Depart
ment and not seek tho assistance of
any intermediary, just tho same as
you would do had you any business
thero. The President has received
tho plea for tho restoration of tho
Queen, and we, who represent her,
now havo tho privilege of calling on
tho Secretary of State."
Mr. Widemann said further that
tho commission had not como to
Washington to ak for tho restora
tion of tho Queen nor for the pur
poe of asking compensation for her
dethronement. Iu fact ho (Wide
maun) had not heard of this report
uutil ho reached Washington.
Tho bicyclo races start at 2:.'W
o'clock this afternoon.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
MORTGAOUL'8 NOTICE OF SALE
vtotici: is iinltTniY (itvux that
1 piirfunul In power uf unlit runialn
i'l hi u certain murtC'iKO made by Antnne
lln i mid wlfu nt Honolulu, to (Vol I llrnw n
i the mine plvn and el record In the Of
lire of I lie ltt-(;Nlritr of Conveyance In
I.IU-r U)S, oil Ik-iK" 25. -Oh lid "J?, mid by
old (.Veil llrinwi duly ail;iii'd to r. If.
Iluyrcldm, irti tic under Mm hut will and
it'iiameni in j. ii. jiuvpeitien, ueccatu, uy
document o! record Liber 117 on paise '.'lit,
ld inorttfBk'u lor
the mi d m"rKiUt'0 intend In tnn-ul'ine
invnrii oi condition
tlii'miii contulnud Notice Is aim clvi-n
tliut tlie property cuvured by nuld iimri!t;r
will imi roiii ut I'liiilio Auction, at rj o'clock
noon, on SA I llltll.VY, tlio 1 1th iluy of
AtiKUt. at tin) auction rooms of Jni 1-'.
MniCdU In Honolulu Tlio property In
aid niiirtKe deed ilescrlbeil M
All thul ccrtnln parcel of land illtlste at
Kullhl in mid Honolulu, containing an
arm of ttl 'JU ucrc und beinR a ixjrlliin of
the irt nil-e ilt-ncrlt)-,! In llnjal 1'aiunt No
VCt, and conveyed to ra'd An tone llo-u by
J. 1 Mciulnncn, admliilinrntor of the e
thte of Dnuilnco ltx-s Itamni by deed
dated the llrrt ilav of Anril. 1M7. of record
In the Hawaiian li-latry of Deeds in Honk
IU, on juiuo '.'I and il
Dnted Honolulu, July 13th, ISM.
tor further ikirt'eiihirs apply to
F. II. HAVKKLDRN.
Trunteu of the Unt Will and TeManient of
J. (1. llujMilden, deceased, or to
One 1 1. Hbowh, Attorney.
IW Tlit" eslo of t'.e above erorrty un
der furrclo-ure. is potponed until HA I UK
I). V, rente mbi r 1, Ib'JI, at Ihe mine time
mid pi ice IIH7-l8t
n (fm 3
A TltUd Englishman a Passnngur
on thn S. G. Wilder.
The barkentiuo S. G. Wildor, Cap
tain McNeill, sailed from Sou Prau
cisco for Honolulu on August l.says
the San Francisco Chronicle, and
took with her Sir Herbert 11, By
grove, A. 1$. C, or something like
that, a pouderous and emblazoned
commissioner, aud one express wagon
full of war material in tho shape of
trunks, canu cases and plug hat
taxes. Sir Herbert is closely related
to a William Boadell, senior member
of Parliament from I2ox, England,
and to Sir Colby H. Scotland of
London. Ho is a graduate of the
British traiuiug ship Worstor, and
has been around tho Horn twico iu
the shin Bortlomoro and hasnkuowl
ndge of marine matters which will
firove serviceable to him when in an
ion. Sir Herbert will tako a steam
er here for Japan, where ho will bo
assigned to active duty iu tho pro
Tailing war between Japan and
A new Clevoland wheel will be rid
den by II K. Walker in the races nt
Kapiolanl Park this afternoon. It
arrived on the S. S. Australia this
PISH S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
FOR SAN KRANCISCO.
THE Al BTKAMHHIi'
Wll.l. I.KAVK HONOLULU
tim THE A 110 VI 1(1 KT IIS
Saturday, Aug. 18th,
Th underiiluned are now nrntisrnd to
lamui Through Tickets from this City to sll
points in thn United HtuUiu.
Kor further nartlr.ulnri reesrdltjit
KruiKht or l'uine, apply to
WM. 0. IKWIN A CO,
HiiWiiiujii Hardware Co., L'ti
Saturday, Aug. 11, 1S04
The conditions in Honolulu
during the past eighteen or
twenty months have been such
that to awake now and find
the harbor free from a war
ship would be. like witnessing
the play of H.imlet with Ham
let out of it. Not that it is ne
cessary to luve a vessel of this
character present at all tunes,
but the people are so accus
tomed to seeing them, and
there has been such an inter
change of hospitality among
the officers and citizens that
neither the "Champion" nor the
"Philadelphia" should be al
lowed to leave except upon
the assurance that they will be
replaced by as good ships with
as efficient and agreeable offi
cers. We say "as good ships"
because it would smite the dig
nity of the people here, if, after
a season or so of vessels of the
White Squadron the foreign
governments should consider
this place too insignificant for
anything above a wooden hulk.
This would hardly be, however,
after the advertising we have
had. It is not so much what
a man or a locality is as what
the world ss led f believe is
When a pcrsm tell.; you
that they have used a piece of
rubber hose for r.ighteMi
months without its having a
break tn it, don t ask whr n- it
was bought but come to us
and get a piece like it we sell
that sort in preference to the
inferior grade that wears out
when you look at it. We have
earned a reputation for selling
good rubber hose, and we do
not propose to lose it by dab
bling in an article that will not
Genuine Hawaiian Salt is an
article used more than people
imagine. When we took the
agency for the sale of the en
tire product of one works we
did so because we had investi
gated, not only the demand
for such an article, but the
quality. Kxprt whom we
called to our assistance de
cided that ours is the best for
all purposes. You can get a
bag or a hundred tons as your
We are selling fine. Force
lain Lined Bath Tubs with as
much ease as we do nails or
anything else in every day use.
We bought them to sell, not
to keep, and we put a price on
them that brings them within
the reach of almost anom.
The other articles we sell in
Enamel Ware closets, sinks,
wash stands, enamel pipe and
such things as are used in sani
tary plumbing not the cheap
don t-care-how sort, are sold
by us at such low prices that
then; is no reason why people
should contract disease through
causes which ensue from using
bad materials in plumbing.
Our assortment is large and
contains articles of the most
The strikers in the United
States have learned that
'though the Declaration of In
dependence decl.tres all men
to be endowed with certain un
alienable rights and among
these are "life, liberty and the
pursuit of happiness," the gov
ernment does not provide the
power to assist one man in
the exercise ol his right to the
injury of his neighbor; Jones
may give up work, if he wishes,
but if he attempts to stop
Smith at his employment and
he objects, Jones cannot look
to the army to assist him in
depriving Smith of one of his
"unalienable rights." A few
years ago the price of stoves
was high; it continued so until
we introduced the "Pansy" and
practically gave them away.
It would be depriving oilur
dealers of a right they now t n-
joy if we attempted to force
them to stop charging exorbi
tant prices for such goods, and
they would deprive us of a cer
tain amount of pleasure derived
from doing good, if the dealers
would attempt to force us into
increasing our puces, we
have a sort of declaration of
independence and we look to
the public for assistance in en-1
forcing its tenets. I laving !
"right on our side, and
RDWAY & POKTEIt. leading Furniture Dealers
f the Hawaiian Islands.
oblnsoo Block, between Port and Niiuauu.
ght hand side or Hotel street going west.
irnct importer of Cine Kurnitui.
irt cheap for canh We have on tinml
icker Ware, Sofas, Roc lug Chait.
ill you call and price these guilds.
V ou can
JL on ill
uything you want in
uytbitiR you want iu
slnu u supplied with Cribs ami CradU
find a itmplet tck to selwt fnnu
ad l prtii to suit the ptiureet
wll a the richest turcbast
o home u ootiiilte wtt.buul Mattrena,
o hull- it Honolulu slls thes iroods obeaimr tio id.
From d lutge and varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
CnmpriHinrjr California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oata, Corn.
3s In addition to our usual stock of theae wo are now
earrying Washington Bran, OaU) and Rolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properti and
are well worth 11 trial by all interested in Btock.
TCP T t TT "PP Calilortlti am4
JT J S -J -v ViukUit Mat
Royal and 4I Cleveland " Baking Powders!
ull'tjnu OMwd iMitue l.l Uewe I'Vathwmor jtiU CI.) fbnt niske
sod; I'iUows and Cushions
reltj WiudiiN 8hade in all colors and sites
ohvi tor Tuilf window Id Wom or Brass Trimming
( courxe we must ant biuret to mention
ur handsome Carveo tv-itrooui nets in Mih1 :
tirtiig at rnv)Uile rate
covering of Uplioistemd ruruitiirf ihIHv
ry out Kn
aJL able of
U " Ilk- p. t nt...
l.twrrniel iSmum iumi,
Knl(li lirt "
HOCK SA t.T
ft Ay HM'ON, dtfyHN
BsrrStS Ua HJ' Barrel.
'Pfnn-er." Fte i im td ,tr.
a ItQOtrV tlt, 0 Mt)ln Ml.1
t fTfinun' KlKUr. Ururrle.
!- HUvkweU's KngUsn ttrouarive,
t.ihh. H0M0U A Ubby's 0bm4
BIchMrdaoa KobbtkV 0uad
asj (juairn tilom buying elsewhere
if sir with Chair anil Sideboards tn uisi.-h
tl Tnif iiio l'.
t lure Tn-,
verylHljr luiow wr nmke a feature of lutarlor Deeoratinu.
errixHir hiiiiwb ir. irt-o. iiniway wrto makes this a special fnstum.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAUtlR STOCKS it
tKnir.eit a the cheapest house in Honolulu,
bibty. i'rniiiptUHSs and Dispatch is our umt4,
liiDiiiiiiiii liiiiiiiliss. Iliii'ilwaie, Dry Mi
ItKi.i. 525 --TlflLKI'IlONES Miiiiai. fi-l.r
Tlie Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
recHerj, Fmitm. Kit. Eit..
Theo. H. Davies fc Co., L'd.
Pore Goads! Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Lw Prices!
THAT IM.AOF. IS A'f
Benson, Smith & Co.
Oorxior Fort Sc Hotel Stn
Io5r Our Soda Water is the Best
feir 3 e. "OAHii-,10."
Ilitvr Hindi' iiuothi-r Large Importutioii of
ttiHiidk if .A 0(NSTNtJlA iid K.l. !IMH,I
1,1- AsHorrmout of Shapes and Si&h
fn St- in Rnm! or ftnlv Psirt 0r For) lVi!li!mj Slr"
si--" - ra
By iMwis JT. Larsy,
BUILDING -:- LOTS
FOIt SALB W ADC5TION.
Valuable Lands For Sale
AT PUBLIO AUCTION.
lu piirMiuiu-o ol sn onler IhhiiciI nut ot tliK
Clrimit l.'uurl ol tlm l-lrxl (Jliculi. the mi
liirf'Ki'cd will kell at l'ubllo Auction
On SATURDAY, August 18, 18iU,
AT 12 0'OI.OOK NOON,
t I tin front entrance to the Jmliclnrv
II illilinii, all tho-e tuo plwrH ol bind
owiii',1 In I'oiniuon by Mr. I'eclllit Arnold
ami tint M, E, Now tin iiilnorH, Mltuuie in
Kitluwaliliie, HoimIiiIii, ntar Ounlm'n on
Viiiutnul ttieet, the HSiue leiiiK aianun '2
ninl;! uf Itnysl I'utent No. Hi, l-uml Unm
iiililiin Awa'il 111, ibuuuil to N II Kelku
mil fur M kiiliojm.
TIicmi hi'jiiuh lielnir illi'n n few nilii
Hies' walk frniii the Hint Olllee, sre mot
ilcul ruble for huilni:lots, nml their locution
The iii-t iirlco will he Vvi) for njisns 'i
mil flliti lor s)ittiia.H, To lie imM nejmr
u'cly Tli.urnHs: a.unit'J, IU.liOuiiitii.i,
me eorleMii ana :i, lllHiDununii, more
'I I'lK.MH UAB1I lu United Htntfn (loM
Colli, itml iIi-hIh Ml ejcK)ime of pinclm-iTi,
H1I0 to Imi niilijeul to L'onllrmutlim ot the
tf Tor further imMlcnlnrM cnnulre of
CommlNilonerof Hale, Jmllciary ltu ItilliiK-
"might" rcprcsttntcd by oiiri a'
1.1'r.KhUNb MIK NUIIHKll Mil'
tji !. Ill int iiiks nn mw aiMUiiint
CllStomtirS W UXpcriCIICO 111) wllhnnt X1 wrlttm; ontwr.
.liffirnllo I JOBBHH IK(.B1
uiiiicuity, ii,,..!.,!., inif ihm uH ii
Valuable Laud For Sale
AT PUBLIO AUCTION.
In inirsimure of nn onler Isnnoil ont of
the Circuit Court of the Hrst Ulrciiit, the
uinlernli;ni'(l will veil ut I'ulillu Aitutlnu
Ou SATURDAY, August, 25, 181)1.
AT 12:30 0'Cl.OtlK I. il
Of aid ilav on the nreinlfiM. that certain
iiiece of Uinil lulon;iii; to the eutatu ol
the Into Antonio Mimtoho, ili'ci'UK'il In-ti-htule,
hltuatu ou the curlier of lltokwltli
nml Metcaif streets. In I'liiialioii, llouo
lulu, the name I'ontnlnliiK an urea of UTui
Kiiare fet t more or li h.
I'rojK-rty kho1 for a hoimelot, ami It in
a healthy locality.
Term aro ninfi ami il In at expense of
imrcliaHT. Hulu to he uiilijtcl to uonllriii
utli.n of the Court.
ttr 1'orfurtlior rmrllciilarH etniiilre ol
Cnmmhiiiioiier of hale J iilleiary HiuIiIIiik,
For Sale 1
lliei lint lltllo, As uoo.1 n new, H Oil on
airoillit ol owtitr leaving tlio rouiilr),
trjBV- Call or sildn-ii
UW U 107 Kin Utrt
-i rJ3 Jr.
AT I2:0 O'dbOCK !'. M.
I will Hell nt I'ulillu Auction, at the en nnr
ot ilf icnll uii'l UlnKliHiu ttrnU, I'unabo...
The Following Desulbwl Batlalng Lou:
I A Ixt st tin- B. W. corner ot MeUalf
nml llliiRhani (.trceti-, huiiahou. of orer
ll.OOUhqnare fi-ft, excellent pu'lilou for a
rtore. water from l'ionecr Art'ilnn Wsll,
or fiom Kovernnirnt ilw iliortlr to b
laid In the street, 3 minutes' walk from
Ueretanls mreet and cars.
2 A It on lUiiiiharn street, nssrly op
imhlto the alio re one, 10,UUU iusre test,
3 A Iot W feet fronts on Olnghim
lrwt nMP IliA r,j.aln wjklt IV1VI mtmmm
feet, with a nowlv Imllt CottsKSOf 4 rooms,
; Kitchtn aud Hath, water Irotu artsdan
4 -One Uit of 150 feet frontaire on Met
calf Knud near Hea Vltw estate, betwsvu
Kliori m rimt.Hi a View aveua and Marques
ktn-ct alont; Mr Muller's property.
6 lots of various bIiin to salt purchas
ers, one of them uow oceupled by Mr. A.
Oomui JeiOlu, un Climnovrlain street; this
luat lxjt has a neat cottage o.l It.
TKItMH OF BU.K-Gsnlion delinrnt
deril with 0ierrtntdlKOiiut on minium )t
hiil. or one-ltalf iuli mi dellrery of dwii,,
snd the ot hi r ha f on time guarnntt-l b
The plin of the alxjvo property can 'j
swii at the olllco of the aiiciloueer
s? ? & H
mm , rj
"- f to sv Sj
cur i i c3 n I hh
S a 1 2
c 2 oo -r
: s- 9 v, u 3
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WrELAND - EXTRA - PAUC
Lager Beer !
SCHOONERS FOR 25 CENT
To Parlies Contemplating
I have for milu Ihe cuntunU of n
4-Kuomed Coital lib Bttbroom and
I'ompli'tely litrnllici. mid ready fur oi-cn-p.no
, if ile.irvil tlm Ii-iimi ol tlm t'ottiign
iniiy lie had lira low rental,
I'nr pnrlh'tilar apply to
Uowlu J. Levey,
1 UU'i 31 Comer Furl A. Queen U.
G. B. COARDMAN,
UII.N AHKN'f Klin
00 TO THE
1 1,1,1 AM ODNNINOIIAM, MAN.
sirer nf the Anchor Nsloon. is kssu-
Ihk P wltli the times. At the Anchor yoa
can ''wet your ays" with an Oyttsr Coek.
tali sudwsab II down with a rrsUsrioks.
OirsUr Cocktails a spacisJtf ,