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TUESDAY, AUG. 14, 18SH
If our rulers want a littlo glitupso
of themselves as others aee tlii'in,
they may be accommodated in an
article elsewhere from tho New
False reports of red fish in tho
harbor form the latest weapon of
the Government journalists. They
probably do not wish to bo boaten
by the foreign press correspondence
hence in the same interest.
President Dole has proclaimed
the republic's neutrality respecting
the war between China mid Japan.
Remember tho howl of dorision rail
ed over a similar proclamation that
was made by Kalakaua. It was as
proper then as it is now, but it was
believed to be "tho proper caper"
then, on the part of certain people,
to sneer and snort at every mani
festation of authority.
On tho evo of the arrival of last
mail from the Coast, this paper gave
a pointer as to sensational corre.pon-
denco the Chronicle of a certain date
was likoly to havo. When the paper
indicated was opened it was found
to contain a statement, amongst
other equally fictitious ruhbUb, that
two large meetings of royalists wero
held recently in Honolulu, which
wero attended bv olllcers of the
British cruicor Champion. Where
does tho Foreign Press Liars' Club
hold its meetings? The place will
require to have its insurance rataod,
as its atmosphere must bo thick with
sulphurous exhalations from his
atanic majesty's presence
THE TRUTH IS MOT IN IT.
"On tho question of Hawaii, Mr.
Cleveland stood alouo against Con
gress, his party and the country."
This remarkable statement appears
in an editorial on the sugar schedule
iu the Advertiser. It is an untruth
big enough to smash the press that
printod it. The popular branch of
Congress formally approved the
"principle" of Mr. Cleveland's cnurrc
regarding Hawaii. In both Inuiscs
the defenders of the President's
policy bad much tho better of the
debates on the question. And the
Senato itself, iu actiug on Morgan'
one-sided report, declared that "the
people" of the Hawaiian Islaiids
should determine their own nffiirs,
which is the very essence of the Pre
sident's policy. Then, as to the
country, many of tho ablest journals
in every section, including several
ones strongly Republican, supported
the cause of the Hawatiau people
and the position of tho President
throughout. President Cleveland
has been attacked just as bitterly
sometimes in the house of his friends
for his policy iu various other
matters, only to come out triumph
ant when the matters had been
thoroughly discussed in the country
and in Congress. He has boon bril
liantly defended and eulogized by
8onator Hill, his one formidable
rival, as well as opponent, in recent
State and uatinnal politic, also by
Senator Vilas, who road the Presi
dent's detractors a lecture that will
burz in their oars for many a day.
And "Congress, his party and the
country" havo not finally passed
upon the President's Hawaiiati
policy now, When they shall have
done so, it will be timo enough to
say whether ho stood or stands
alone in that policy. His party has
stood like a wall about him whon he
has been assailod iu other matters,
and will hardly condone the gross
insults thrown at him, on the public
platform and iu tho press, by mem
bers, officials and supporters of the
late Provisional Government. Their
own party press reports of these
grievous affrouts aro wit noes against
them, having beeu formally laid
before Congress for its information.
Prosidout Cleveland is, moreover,
not a man who cannot staud alone,
if necessary, while his constitutional
powers for protecting the peace,
rights or honor of the nation are
STIC AH NO GLASS AMU PAINT.
Hia Dishonesty Gets a Native Stora
man in Trouble
Oeorge Malina, a young native in
the employ of Wilder & Co., was ar
rested this morning for the larceny
of several cases of plate glasi aud
boxes of white lead. It appears t hat
the company has been missing
things lately and a watch was put
on. Last night Malina was teen to
enter the premises aud carry off a
case of glass. Tho man was traced
to the store of Chun Lorn, on King
street, below Maunakea street.
There tho case of glass was sold to
the Chinaman for $1.25. When the
place was examined this morning
tho other cases of t'lass and paint
boxes were found. Twu of the last
mentioned were empty. It is prob
able that the Chinaman will be ar
rested as an accomplice.
Notice is given that neither the
captain nor the agents of tho bark
Seats will bo responsible for any
debts of the crew.
JUSTIFIED BY HIS A00U8EB.
Mr Oilman Finds the "Falsehood"
in Captain Palmer's Book.
Mr. Gorhatn D. Oilman has hand
od tho following memorandum to
tho editor of tho Bulletin with a re
quest forits publication. Its signifi
cance is in relation to the charge of
falsehood preferred against Mr
Oilman by Captain Palmer, in a let
ter lately reprinted in this paper
from tho Xow York Post, for a state
meut published by Mr. Oilman that
tho Queen received $80,000 a year.
1 he gentleman thus accused hud
as follows that his accuser makes
the same statement himsolf in his
AS EXTH CT FROM JULIUS A. PALMER, Jlt.'s
"MEMORIES OF HAWAII."
On page 00, iu a part of tho chap
ter of Hawaiian correspondence on
the Hawaiian President, Captain
Palmer states: "It may bo in place
for me to add just hero that the bill
now before the Assembly giv-s Presi
dent Dolo a salary or $10,000. In
contract to this it may be stated
thatQueeu Liliuokalaiii drew .$30.-
000 a year from the public treasury."
(Page 07) "I cannot forbear to add
thnl the Queen roceived from the
public treasury exactly the same
sum voted to Preidout Dole, and
that the remainder of tho revenue
named came from tho crown lauds,
which havo been the property of
the monarchy since tho day of Ka-
AM ACT OF KINDNESS.
Friends of Mrs. Featherstone Come
to Hor Relief.
Mrs. Featherstono was agreeably
surprised yesterday by receiving the
following letter, accompanied with a
present of $210. Mrs. Featherstone
is the lady who was terribly wound
ed with a knifo by her husband on
last Saturday week:
"Mrs Featiicrstoxb: PI,io ac
opt tho enclosed money from the
people of Honolulu who take this
method of expressing their sympathy
with you. and also their appreciation
of your bravery shown August -lib
"They trust you will recetvo this
slight token ot esteem iu the spirit
iu which it is given, that you will
apply what is necessary to obtain a
divorce aud use the rest for your own
persouul comfort. Most earnestly
requesting that no pnrt of it shall
be used for your husband's benefit.
"Your Honolulu Friends."
ISUowIuto will be found a card of
thanks from Mrs. Featherstone.
Card of Thanks.
Mrs. Featherstouo wishes to thank
her many friends for their great
kiudncss and sympathy. Words can
never express her deep gratitude
and surprise it poll receiving their
letter mid gift yesterday afternoon.
BAIKJOR "8BNTA" CAPTAIN TIK
niuuti, (rem Liverpool. NeMi'-r the
Uapiuln nor the undetnlKiied, cdwIh'ic
d' ill- all .re n imrl veel, will bo rvi-pon
Mlilr fur any debts that may be contracted
by Urn cow
THI.O II. IIAVIKH .V CO., L'n.
Honolulu, Auk II, le'JI. i:o-3t
IAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSK
Dr. John T. Hatzopulus,
Tho Grook Horoulo,
Will ijlve a Woiv'crful Kxhlblllon l
btr'iiiili, xusl ninl uriimlu-
lllL- feutaot Sa.nuow,
On Saturday Eveaiop, Aug. 18,
.A.W S O'CX-OCJDC
tW Itne-rvnl Setts can bo secured at
tbe otllce of I.. J. Mrvey. I IDS ill
'PKM)i:it8 WII.I. BE KISCKlVEIi ItV
1 J. N Wright. tlirmiiili the l'ot I'lllco
ww , imiii n i4iti 4js a nuviinvi"
Ki. lit 10 o'clock a M , for the follow I ip
works Th- l'lilntlnB of the Pavilion at lu
ll pendente I'urk, ut Little UriUln. the
"ufil paintlne; io bi done in a Rood mid
workm nliku iiiminer, twurouii. with the
I fl si qualify of White U-ad and llubliuck'
Moiled Oil, No 1 lwi qiiitliiy ; coloring '.
opt nn of Hill! J N. Wright, that la to my,
nil uf tin Hiirfnce workflow tlimliliitjllni;,
Including Mlllng, posti snd lirii-u ol walk
lending to Kbit; t ret, four pair of tee,
i liter i'l(i't, III Me, and hu'd Mund 11 -or
nil o her II kith not to bo piln'ei mid uu
liiittviiii; 1 1 IhiUoiih; work to hunwiinled
on the lth August, 1DI, and contiact to
lie llulslied within twenty () day from
llmtd.ile. Tkiihs or Payment: iinn-liolf
ol llni price to he pa.d when thu flrr.1 cunt
of p-iinnm; In rininhul, and the hnUncint
completion of thu Job In H good and woik
gW Thu liulldlng Is open for iuapuu
tlon at all times.
1107.31' J N. WltKUIT
Uox r.', until WEDNESDAY, AtU'iiot I A,
By Jas. F. Morgan.
MOUTOAtihE'S NOTICE OF BALE.
VTOTK'i: 18 IIKUKHV GIVEN THAT
1 1 iHirMiimt to b power of sale contain
d in a curtain iiiurindKe made hy Autonu
11m i and wife of Honolulu, in Cecil Drown
of tint humu plvoand of record In the Of
llce of thu Itgixtrar of Conveyance!' In
l.llier 101, on pnj:et 'J.'), aland 27, and hy
Mild (Vull HrovMi duly ii-myiicd to K, Jf,
lliiyseldiu, trii'tco under the Inst will and
tcxtumiml of J (, lliiyae'den, deoeiiHfd, hy
document uf record l.ibur 1 17 on pue L'lli,
the raid inortguguu iiiieudi lo lort-ulti.se
hsld inortitSKu lor hreauh of condition
therein cnutiilliml Notice In uo glvill
llmt the proiert covnred bys.ild nioritmne
will Im mid at I'lihllu Aucllmi, at VI o'ulock
noon, on HATUItDAV, thu lllli day of
Angina, at tlm unetion rooniri of Jus I".
Morgan In Honolulu Thu property In
mid inortgugftdeedde'rllied U
All that eertiilu pirtul uf lund ultimtn at
Kallhl in Mild Honolulu, containing mi
ana of Il'.l 'Si ucrca and IkiIok a xirtlnu of
thu premlM). deturilMMl Iu lloynl I'aient No
rVO, and Cuiivejed lo fa d Autoue ltoa hy
J. J' .MuudoniM, adiuiliintrntor of the e
tale of Domingo l.oez Huiiuii hy deed
diited the lirt diiv of April, lh7, uf record
In thu Hawaiian lleglatry of Deeds iu Hook
ltl on iiagea .'I and '.'1
Daleif Honolulu, July l.ltli, IMH.
For further particular apply to
P. II. IIAYkKIDKN,
'IriiniitMil the IrtMt Will and Testament nf
J. (1. llnyM'Idmi, deeeii-ed, or to
tlm ii, IIkown, Attorney.
$W The unlo of t"e nltove proiierty un
der foreclosure U iiitiicl until HA'l Hit
D.W, Hepteinlnr I, lent, ut Iho mmo time
aud pUco. UUMol
il.iwiiii'Hi oat' Jwiini &., L'y
Saturday, A ug. 11, tX9
The conditions in Honolulu
during the past eighteen or
twenty months have been such
that to awake now and find
the harbor fne from a war
ship would be like witnessing
the play of Hamlet with Ham
let out of it. Not that it is ne
cessary to have a vessel of this
character present at all times,
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 wot Id is led to believe is
When a person tells jou
that they have used a puce of
rubbt r hose for eighteen
months without its having a
break in it, don't ask where 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 o.ie works we
did so because we had investi
gated, nor only t.e demand
for such an article, but the
quality. Experts whom we
called to our assistance de
cided that ours is the best for
all purposes. Ymi c.'.' get a
bag or a hundred tons as your
We are selling fine Porce
lain Lined Hath 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 reaeh of almost anyone.
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
there is no reason why people
should contraetdisease 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 declares 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 of his right to the
injury ol his neighbor; Jones
may gve 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 other
dealers of a right they now in
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 prices. We
have a sort of declaration of
independence and we look to
the public for assistance in en
forcing its tenets. Havincr
"right" on our side and
"might" represented by our
customers we experience no
BDWAY A POKTKR. Leading
f the Hawaiian Islands.
oblusoo Block, tie-tween Kort
ight hanrt side of Hotel street
Ireet importers of Vw Pnrnitorw.
irt cheap for eah. We hare ou biol
ieket Ware. Sofas, Rocking Chairs. Rt
ill you call and prion thnse goods
uvthuiK rou ant in Dining -
nyiniuit you want tn tWMirooro
ou cau aImi tin supplied with
on will find a coniplHti sttx'k
.oil at prtc Ut null lh p,ii
! m th richMt porch
o hi one is outpll without Mlttlmw,
o him, in Honolulu !) thx goods ihr-i, task t
ou'lyoti nel sum l,WtoOw
udj Pillow ud Cushions
(titty WiihIom Shade in all colon and sis
o). (or viiui window id Wood or Bras Trirniuinir
( course w niust not (ort to meutioti
ur haudiumip Carl BMnxini St in Holiit
(pairing at rwimntabh- tau
'ecovnrine of Upholstered Kurnltnr iim'UIIi
rr our Kaiy Chair before buying uVivhtrt
able nf all ! ith Chairs anil Siillnardi Ui
rurylnMly knows n aik a foature of Interior Decorating,
torylKwIy kn. Mi. Gmo. Ordwny who tuakt this aspnoial feature.
cogitizHt as the chwaMit
liability. eroTiiptitHM and
Itwi-i .V2.5 -TELEPHONES MbiTAi. 46
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods! Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Prices I
THAT PUCE IS AT
Benson, Smith A Co.,
Oovnar F'ort ac Hotel BtA
33" Our Soda Water is the Best 3&1
HOLLISTBR &b OO.
Have made another Laiije Importation ot
IbiuiU of LA UONSTANU1A and RL (MIMRT
Iitrgti Awaoitmnat of Shapes find Sizim
"ur Wp in Bond or Ont? Paid far Port A MHrchnt Straw.
Valuable Lands For Sale
AT PD11LIO AUCTION.
In iiiir'iiuiicnut nn oriliir inoil out ot tho
Circuit tJntiri ullliu CI rut Circuit, the uu
iltTsfBiifil will .ell at I'ubllo Auctiuii
On SATURDAY, Auguat 18, 18!1,
A.T la O'CLOCK NOUN,
t tlm Iruiit untrunre to tlm Jmllom-y
II'UIiUiik', all tlluu twu pletrH ul UuiJi
uwtit.il In common by Air. I'ocilU Arnold
ami tlm M, K Novstm minora, nituuie In
Kuiuwulihid, Honolulu, nmr UuiiIiu'h ou
i I'd unci ktifft, tlm DHiua IioIiik apanan2
ii n. I :ln Hoyal I'atent No. 141, Land Coin.
iiiUxion Ahii'iI Ul.luniud tu N 11 Kelke.
mil tor M kiiliiipu,
Tlii'M. H.:ums boliu; wlth'u a few inln-ntf.-.'
walk from tlm 1'onl OIIIch, aru moot
dcMmlilo (or liuuuttlotM, ami their location
Tlm ii.m' nrlcH will Uu $w for ajmni 2
mi'l lllou for Mixinii a. To l hiIiI afpiir.
Hinly Tin nrualHt ojano 1', lUMUitiiaim,
iiiii'rorluM. hi una 3, lli.70imna, morn
lICKMri UAKII In United Hutes Hold
I Olll. Illld dl'l'ilo lt UJliClltU of lUH'llUMT
8 tin tu Im milili-iit to I'oiiflriiiutlDli of tlm
IW Tor furl her partluuluri eimulre of
IIKNIIY KM ITU,
t ouiiiiiKHiiiiiiTof Hale, Judlclury Kullilliii;.
AM I'KllniiNH A.KK NOIIUKII NUT
Ui rrnin any ohm on my Moouut
rlltiuiil my wrlttoii order.
JOBKI'H fIKO. fl
Mnnliln llilv WM irSl li
Fundi ur Dealsn
Crib aud Cradle
to sImci frntu
foathnr ot ,Silt Kli! Thnf make
house iu Rouolulu.
Valuable Land For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUCTION,
In pnrnuance of an order Untied out of
the Circuit Court of tho Hirst Circuit, the
umlurulnncd will aell ut l'ulilio Auction
On SATURDAY, August 25, 18JH.
AT 12:30 O'CLOCK l M
Ol aid day on the nremlaej, that certain
iileca of Uind IwIiuikIiib to tlm estate of
tlm lute Antonio Montelro, deceased In
ti Ktute. vltuutu on the corner of Ueokwlth
uml Mctcalf blreetH. in 1'unahou, Hono
lulu, the nanio conlalnlntt au area of 8700
ttijnurfl feet more or lean.
Property good for a houselot, and la In
n he'Aiihy locality,
Tiirinn uro cahIi and deeds at exenso of
purchiiber. Bale to be subject lo coutlriii
utlidi of the Court.
SJ0 l''or further itarilnilare rniiulra of
CoinmUslonor of Rule Judiciary liiuldlns.
For Sale I
Ufd hut little. A good ur new. Hold on
account of owner leavlux th country.
VA- Call or addreii
llOi tl 107 IUm UtrM.
From a large and varied stock tho undersigned would draw
particular attention to tho following :
(Jompriabip; California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Uute, Uorn.
In addition to our usual stock of thesv we are now
carrying Washington Bran,
These are each posscsHed of strong teeding propertje and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
LjU U Js Vathiaftoa Mate.
Royal and u Cleveland " Baking Powders I
RWK HA l.MON
Ka l--jt in .ikmi i,a Barral aii4 Hal Hrrw
cat 0nr Tlun!
Ii , IU 1M hi
UTrrool ivm n.i. t'UFFRR-
Kntliib lHtlr m i . tiraan Bjotm.
Tlotvr.' FoiKf ib tin mi itra,
HOCK HA t.T
SUA PS- TOBAUOUH
(lalirornia lauimri Old AMU
HAM. BACON, ONkBtii a rboir vftt, -if t4ln mrmoa
I t aiortoit'a KuKltab Uriwarta.
OrfMaM Blck wall's Xnirllah Qrvarum,
t.lbhT. Wolffll A Llbbjr'a OanBMl Imu,
airbardaon Bobbiaa Osuaurf MmU.
Pi Tani .imI lf
TH aud l t -..
4 ianr fiii
Kerosene "Aloha" &
LA HUB SrilCKb OV
PIhdIhiidd siii'plifis Oiirdwars, Dry Gottds.
(Iroctoy, FarDitore. sic. Etc.,
At ON dA.Nl! AT MOJIKKATI eKIOSH
Theo. H. Davies fe Co., L'd.
s I i
J 9 a?
r o p
To Parties Contemplating
1 have for Hale the content ol a
4-Roomed Collage iltb Batbroom and
completely furnlilitid und ready fur oocu.
Ntiiiiv, If duMred the lento ol thn roitHKM
niuy be had for a low ruutul,
Kor iartlcular apply tu
Lawla J. jvy,
llQrVsi Coruw rort X Qumb at.
0at8 and Rolled Barley.
Mc Ktr.. ft.
By Lawia 3, Iyj.
BUILDING -:-LOTS .
FOK SALE AT AUCTION.
On NATUKDAY, Aug. -J5,
AT iai'0 O'CLOCK r. it.
1 will veil ai I'lihllo Auction, at ilmcornir
of Mntcalf and UiiirIiniii ktrnta, I'unahuu,
The Followlog Desribed BaiMlog b)'x
l-A l nt thf 8. W. cornnr of Matcalf
ami lllnnliatn trect, 1'uiiahou, of nr
I l,OUiMUiirofirt, excellent poiltlou for a
.tore, Htttor frnm Pioneer ArttiUn Wall,
or Irom covemnient plpca aliortl? to b
'aid In tlm street, 3 minute' walk from
iiervtanla t ireut and cam.
2 A Ijton IllnKliam itreet, nearly op
posite tin almre one, 10.H00 niuara faat,
5 A lot 00 feat frontajta on Blncbau
treet, near the artesian well, ttWI rauara
feet, with a newly built Cottaneof 4 roomi,
Kltclien and llatb, water Irom aria.lan .
4-Ono Ixit of 1.VI feet frontaire on Mat
calf Hond near Hea View edate. betwetn
HIiortolreet.H.aVlewoTenu. and Marauaa
vtreet alone Mr Muller'a property.
5 Lots o' varloun alzta to nult purchas
ers, one of them now occupied hy Mr. A.
(lomei. jMrdin, on Clianiburlaln street! thla
last Lot hna a neat collide on It.
TEKMS OV SALK-Caub oh delirery ol
deed Ith fi percent dltcouut on mu..unt of
bid. oroiie.lmirrni.hon delivery of ueed,
and the other ha f on time, guaranteed by
The plmi of the above property rau l-i
seen at tlm ollleo of the auctioneer.
Xiw1h J Xj0vy,
WIELAND - EXTRA PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 20 CENTS
L. H. DHIH3,
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HII.K AORNT Ktlh
.Vril. PUIITUKU NOTICE T1IK
ItCBllIllf? Kftnm i, I ! llufh.
j, i.n.i.Mvuv in mo j.iurary Amortaiini
vljl bo ulocd on accouut of notwttary ?
inlm. Thu ClroulutliiK Department will
bMniwii orury day Iroin OiJo o'clock i, it,
to li o'clock noun.
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