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FRIDAY, AUG. 17, 18I
WEPX FOB HBR BPOU3E.
An Spliode of ths Opium Law in the
An elderly Chinaman wns found
etiiltv in tho District Court this
utoruing of having opium unlawfully
in nosseasioti, aim
o of $50.
Tho wife and
Great concern is shown by tho childreu of tho man wero present in
Gorernmeut press regnrdinir tho
welfare of tho Hawaiian patriotic
commission in Washington, for a
change they might throw some light
on the absence, of the Government's
accredited Minister to Washington
from his post of duty, lie Is here
having his natuo mixed up with
various speculations existent and
prospective. While matters inti
mately related to tho reciprocity
treaty aro pending iu Congress, it
would sooin that if Minister Thurs
ton ever could bo useful to this
country at Washington ho should be
especially so now.
In his first iuaugur.nl address,
Abraham Lincoln uttered tlioso pro
fouadly philosophic words:
A majority held iu restraint by
constitutional chocks niul limita
tions, and always changing easily
with deliberate changes of popular
opinions and sentiments, is the only
true sovereign of a free people.
Whoever rejects it does, of neces
sity, fly to nuarchy or to despotism.
Unanimity is impossible; the rido of
a minority, as n ponuMicut arrange
sent, is wholly Inadmissible: so
that, rejecting the majority princi
ple, anarchy 6r despotism iu some
form is all that is left.
How do our so-called Republican
rulers hero fit with this test of
tho court room. After being made
acquainted with tho fact that I ho
old inau had been fined and had to
go to prison, they set up a howl,
until tho old man was allowed out
aide. A kiud-hearted policeman al
lowed the prisoner to Btay with his
wifo and family for somo lime, but
when finally they wero separated
tho womau wept coplom tears, and
it was with no little difilculty she
was taken away.
Iu former times great complaints
were heard first from tho Hawaiian)
and then from tho white mechanics
that tho Chinese wero supplanting
them in business and trade. Under
our beneficent Republic the Chinese
stores are now supplanted by Japan
eso who occupy tho buildings with
possibly ten dollars' worth of stock
and make their living in other ways
not necessary to bo named.
Two moro arrests for swipos sell
ing have been recorded on tho police
Valuable Lands For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
In pttrunee of n order l-.ned out of the
, Circuit Court ot tho First Circuit, tho un
' (KtsIkii-J wilt sfll it l'ubllo Auction
Charles Hammer, an old and re
spectable resident, was arrested and
put under SoOO bonds yesterday on a
barge of malicious injury. The al
leged injury was the poisoning of a
dog. This was a big dog and it had
killed a little dog beloutritig (o Mr.
Hammer. When the cao wns called
this morning, Mr. Uammcr's accuser
was not ready. The big dog's sto
mach had not been analysed. One
would have thought that this little
preliminary should have been at
tended to before a gentleman ot Mr.
Hammor's standing was put to the
indignity of lcing arrested. Why a
penal summons should not also have
been enoujrh instead of a warrant of
arrrst, and personal recognizances .
instead of heavy bonds, are other
questions tho police authorities
ought to be required to answer.
They aro matters that concern the
liberty of every man In tho com
munity. It is an outrage that one
of the olilust butiiess men iu Hono
lulu should bo treated as Mr. Ham
inor has been thus far on mere
suspicion, that may itself bo ma
licious, of his having done a vicious
hound to death. How tho Court
can hold him an hour under bonds,
in theso clrcuiustancos, is incom
prehensible. Wo aro not pro
judging tho merits of thoeae. It
it impossible for us to say whether
Mr. Hammer polsoued tho dog or
ot. But evou if ho diil do the deed,
he is quite responsible both in per
son and property. Nobody who
knows him can bo idiotic euough to
imagine that ho Is going to run away
from homo, family and business
through foar of any accusor or on
account of auy such a matter as that
of which he is charged. Such doings
aa the proceedings to which tho
authorities havo thus far lent tho
majestic machinery of justice In the
case of Mr. Hammer can only bring
the administration of justice under
the republic still further into odium
at home and abroad.
On SATURDAY, August 18, 1801,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
U the front entrance to the Judiciary
ll'illillnit, all tlio.'e two pieces of I-anil
owned In com imtn by Mr. CecllU ArnoM
suit the M. K. Nowtm minors, tltuaie In
Katawahlne. Honolulu, near Cutilia't on
Vineyard fret, the same Mni Apanan2
and Sol Itnyal 1'alenl No. Ill, Lund Com.
mllon Award HI, lsiu-!J to N. II. Kelke
nut for Mukahnpii.
Tlit'se npitnaa boln althln a few min
utes' walk from the l'ost Ofllce. am Ino-t
desirable for houaelots, and their location
The upet price will be $vtn for apana 3
and $lti for patia.'t. To be sold nepsr
atcly Thenreals: apana 2, IWdiuanana,
mo-eorteiii apana 3, II3i.7U anaua, more
"VkkMS CASH tn United Btates Cold
Coin, and deeds at exne of purchasers
Ssle to be nuhjrct to continuation of the
SST For further particulars ennnlre of
Commissioner of Halo, Judiciary lluildlitsr
By Lowia J. Levey.
HORSES & CALIFORNIA MULES
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 22
AT Vi O'CLOCK NOON,
At the yard In thorc.ir of Mr. J. I. Dew
s 'it' mllce, ij'i-t'ii iireet, 1 will sell at
I'lihlio Aiii'ilouu nuinbcmf Horsv
and Mul-s, cimslitliiK of
Horses and Mules Broken to Hircess
Horses, Mults, Hares nod Colts Un
broken tm- TKI.MH CASH I
LtWia J. IiVy,
1112 ti AlilTIONKKK
A I'OKTraUKSE MAN VH"
i.esks Knull.n: will work In tito.eor
witiehnmo. ailend bar dilfi horse, onlo
u'her Ulnir of any kind Apply at tho
''IViiiiiIh of Kahlou," tort sirert. or at
thl. Oilier. It'l a,'
A YOUNO GENTLEMAN DK81KK8 A
niluullun In store or elsewhere,
rirnce Iu the Journsllstli! Iln
Pint rUhs llookke
I'r nf Him i.tih Oltlra
O. R. Harrison,
and organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish bent factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
oeive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the same v dnut
Partner Wautod In Oil Veneering.
AM I'UKI'AKKDTO iHMIII.VKNKKlt
Work to order. Would like to col a
iartiir in Hie mttinena, in lurmnii ma
ililnery and, if delrhle, learn the bul
liens. H live water iower, Pampesofthe
woik ran b een at the Uuli.itin Oltice.
Il4 Im Wll.l lM MANZKN
TIME IS MONEY M
TO BAVE YtiUn TIME AND MONEY BOTH BTL1' IN TO
Hopp kSo Co.,
3STo Tk King Street.
We hare a lot of New flood to arrive by tlii "Wilder'' end ihe ''Ilrynnt," and to make
roum ho oll'ur our permit su crh btouk ot
In Oak, Walnut and I truly Iliruh nf the litr-M pittcrns at such low prices
that it will py )ou to linfit in 'In in uloue.
6o our rvk'i-aut Ajrlment of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In sets and slnxle pieces to milt omy ta te and uvry pocket.
ALL KINDS OK MANUr'ACrUUINQ DONE IN
Furniture, -:- B-dding -:- and -: Upholstory
Im( Qulltf of Lire Gese Feilbers, Silk Flos, Had, Mots and Excelsior always on bind
All orders from the niho IilnmN will lie atti'inl'd to in a manner tnt will In
tare aaiiifaot Ion. Trv un imi-n and you ill never lmvi u.i, for our unodn are now ai'd
lyllth, and will bo well luokcd and uome to you at Httu i-'rauoibu p'li'rs
Upholitering Goods, Cornice Pules, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINDOW ' " fil"'" l'1"-'" "r fl"(7-"" ' I'ttered lo order QU IT) 5
sjL.Bp(o'al order for all kind, of Furiilluro will bo llllod at lowest prices.
It andbo uonviu.oJ.
tileyg WoYen Wire Mattresses Kept lo Stock.
isKiperieucod Ujiholttercr and IJucumtor 1 always at your itrvlct
Saturday, Aug. 11, 1H0U
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 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 world is led to believe is
When a person tells you
that they have used a piece of
rubber hose lor eighteen
months without its luving 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 one works we
did so because we had iuvesti
gated, not only the demand
for such an article, but the
quality. Expert whnm 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 Porce
lain Lined B.tth Tubs with as
much ease as we do nails or
an thing 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 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 declares all men
to be endowed with certain un
alienable rignts ana 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 of his neighbor; Jones
may give up work, il 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 en
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 anil we look to
the puoitc lor assistance in en
forcing its tenets. Having
"right" on our side and
"might" represented by our
customers we experience no
RDWAY & PORT Ell. UadinK Furniturn Dwtlurt
( the Hawaiian Inland.
obinnou BtiM'k, Imtwwu Port and Nuuanu
ijut band side of Hutwl atrtwt entng wwl
irwt Import! of Kiur Fnrnltnn
irt vliHitp for csnh W have nb tioint
Icknr Wrtrtt. Sofas, Rocking Chairs Ki.
HI you ial) and orii thtwe irioda
nythinf you wniii tn Dining-room Kutuitur
nytnitiK yi "'' n tfcHJrnom Kurntitiru.
. ..i. jI... u .aitair!!4! eHK ITHlia Atiil I !tat1lk
JL tt will Gitfl it noniplnt-fi staw.li in ft) from
ud at prnte U) -mil tue (nHirr-ai
, fft.ll th filins1 PIHChUM!
o biiuir la liuinplotc without Mattmava,
o boil in Honolulu .ill) thwa fronds chi tit
on't yon ii-l auujm lilvt Ox- Fath-r ot riila Kloaat Tbf roakr
amlf i'illdK ami Cuahioni
From a large and varied atock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
OompriBing- California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oata, Corn.
K2 tn addition to our umwl stock of these ws are now
carrviner Washinirton Bran, Oata and Rolled Barley.
These are each pOHHesned of strong feeding propertied and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
F I- O XJ K. ""-'KU-a
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powders !
aJka nlt for ron? windows In Wood nr Rraas Trimmtntr
ti'ttj Window jMirtdt iu all uolor and air
I uiiiirrx muai nol toitmt to mtintiob
ur liandaonif Or-! IV I room 8t In Hoi id Oat
vpairtUK at r-Aoii-krilt rait
'M-ortjrinir if UptinUtM-ttd Kviniltur- a iinUU
out Kahv Chair trnfor- iiiirini Mlrmwbnm
tin nf all air wtlii Oliaira and Hidnltnard t iiai.-u
an. 1--imi iu ii
, ll par Mi
Umtxwl IHiaraa. lit i '"
Bufllib Dairy f )
HAM BAVON. OtfKHhH
Barran and Mai Har-vik
'Pronf r " rl-f ta nw atMl -.
A CbOtOv racial, of laaAlni tM.I
I Vcrt-ioaa Boirltsh Orooartaa,
Blaokwall'a Kugllab Orooarlaa,
l.thby, KcNaU tk Ubby's Oaaavati !,
RtebardaoB BobMa's 0&mj4 H.ta
vnrybody knoiv w mnU a fwittir of luUiriur Dtxrorattnu.
vr)lwnly knoua Mi 0wi. Onlwa.T who rnakivi this a apvlal fnattim.
tvoKiiizwl an Iht- i'ti.-jrtai hon. in flonnlnlu.
'nllaliillty. frotiiiiiimaa and DinpaUih ia our tnotr..
Bku. ftJ6 TKIiEPHONES Mi.ti.al 046
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Goods! Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Prices!
THAT PL.UJF IM AT
Fit Tsui anr) i.
1 and it
a lartr ran
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAKUK btookh ok
PlantHiinn Unu Hardware, Dry GiisiUs,
Crockery. Form art. die. etc.,
t. 4fr, ur HA.NO
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
Benson, Smith & Go.
Oorner Fort St Hotai Sua
Our Soda Water is tho Beat &
HOIiLISTBR & CO.
Have muilc another Large Inipnrtutioit of
KrHi.ii. .if I. A CONSTANCIA and El. (lOUK'Ta
Ln.r(.'b A-ttsorxiuont of Shapna and Sizn
Bfif S:j(i in Rfiiul or Dmv Paid Cor Port d Mnw(int Simm
By Jas. F. Morgan.
nr II. mi iiul'u
tliu mid uii-r'ntiKcu IiiU'IiUh Iu loricluae
MORXQAQtE'S NOTICE OF BALE.
nmtioi. is in.itr.iiY orvKX that
i I'lirMiuiit ton imwrr i( tmlu coniiiln
fil In u I'i'rtiilii iuiirl;ui.'o nmilu liy Antonu
iiux.tmiii wiiii in iiuiioiniii, ioi t-i'ii nniMti
nf lilt KlUHH lilare anil of rtroril III the Of
lire of iliu ltHltrur of ('liiivpyiiiK-CH In
l.ilii-r IU". mi pui-KH 'A-(IhiuI-w, uiul by
hiilil I Veil llruwn ilnly ukhIkiivi! to F. J I.
iiiiyMiHiui, iniML'o iiiuiiT ino nisi win aim
tculuimmt of J, (J. liayMilileii, Ui-ioaaed, li,
iiiH'iiini'iit in rmiril 1.11
mid miirU'iiKK for lir-'ucli of uomlltlon
llicri'ili contained. .Notice Is alto ilven
that Urn iniit) covered liy n.iid nionpio
Will tie Hold Ht I'llhllu Aui'llon, tit I U o'clock
IHHHI, on hATUKD.Vy, the Dili day of
AiikuMi at tlie miction moiiih of Jus 1'.
Miiian In Honolulu Tim property In
Kild li'iirtapcMlccddcxcrllied U
All tliut certain parcel of land nllnale nt
Kiilllil In htild Honolulu, I'oiilultiliit,' mi
an a n( U'.l J.I acres uiul liel'i,' 11 iHirllnu of
Iliu prciiihu- dencrllu'd In Itojal I'liti'iil No,
K, and cniivced in yiilil Aiilniui lto-a by
J. 1'. ilendonca, uiliiiliilslrulor of llio ct- i
11111-. ,11 .'IIIIIIIIK1' ..''JH'fc .hilllltl! I, HIVIl
dated I lie lrt dav of April, IhS7, ot record
in tliu HiiwhIIhii ItelKtry of UuuiU In Hook
1(1, nil Jiacea u'l uiul i'i
liatiil Honolulu, July l.'llli, lh!H.
1'or flintier part'ciilar upplv lo
'1 rtmii'ii of tliu lni Will uiul ru-tuiuent ol
J, 1), llii)H'ldeu, dcccau'd, or lo
(Iki'll, Hkown, Atlnriiey.
Valuable Laud For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
In pursuance of an order Issnnl ont of
Iho Circuit I'ourt of the tlrat Circuit, the
niulerslKiiuil will Bell at l'ubllo Auction
On SATURDAY, August 25, 1891.
AT 12:30 O'Cl.OOK 1. M
Of ald day on tliu preniine, that certain
piece of Land ImjIoiikIiik to the eatato of
tliu late Antonio Montelro, deceased In-
ttbtnto, fcltiiutunn the corner ot lleckwitli
ami Mctealf btrects, in 1'unahou, Hono
lulti, the value rontaliiliii an area of U700
Bipiure feet more or lem.
1'rnperty Kood for a liouselut, and Is In
a healthy locality.
Terum aro cauli ami deeds at expenne of
purcliai-cr. Bale to be bubjeut lo uounrui
atli n of the Court.
lair Kor further particular miiulre of
C'nminUsIouor of Bale Judiciary llulldln).
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My Lawia J. Laray.
BUILDING :- LOTS
FOH SALE AT AUCTION.
On HATUHDAY, Aug.
AT 12:X0 O'0IX)0K P. M
1 will tell at 1'ulillc Auction, at th corvir
ot Mvtcalf and Ulnehaui utrrtta, I'unahuu,
The FolloilDg Dcsrilbed Ballatag Lou:
l-A Ut at the B. W. corner or Metoall
ami lllnglmm atreta, 1'unahou, of over
1 1,000 wiuare fret, excellent poiltlou for a
tore, waterfront l'loneer Artetlan Wall,
or from Bovernment plpai ihortlv to ba
laid In the ntreel, 3 mlnuteV walk from
llerctanla street and cars.
2 A f ot on Ultiftharu itreet, naarlj o
poilte the abore one, 10,(J0 aquara faat,
3 A txit M feet frontaie on Blnahaaa
treet, near the artealan well, MtfO r-quara
feet, with a newl built Cottagaof 4 rvomi,
viicnen and vain, water irom arieiilan
4-()ne Ixjt of 150 feet frontaxe on Met
calf Road near Bra VlfW esthte. between
Bhortiireet, Bra View avenu. ami alarquM
Ktreet alon Mr. Muller'a property.
ers, one or them now ncrnpled by Mr. A.
Uoinen Jerdln, on Chaiuhtirlalu itraat; thU
laai ixit imi a neat cottayr on it.
TKIIMS OF SAI.K-Caab on deli-rerr ot
deed with percent diicount on amount of
iiiu.ornue-unii caxn on uiiTery or. area,
and the other hit f on time, guarautoorl by
The nlnn of the above nrnnertv can h
aerii Ht the olllce of the auatiuneer.
The mile of I'll ahnvu nroierU' un.
iler InreclO'ilri' In .o.potiu.l until HA'i I'll.
DAY, HcplciuUr I, Ib'JI, al tliu .anui time
aud pUiit UU7tbt
For Sale 1
lined but little. An oim an new, Bold on
i count uf owner leaTiiiK the nountry.
Iliu U tor Klat Htraai.
Dr. John T. Httzopnlus,
Tho Greek Heroulen,
Will kIvii a tt'un.H-rfut HxliiblHon of
Ktreiit-'lh, eiiml and Hiirpub.ini!
iliu (canol Banimhv,
Oq Saturday Eyeniup, Aug. 18,
MT Itrtrrrrd Boat can tn- armired at
UiaomtaolUJ, Uva; HM ft
WIELAND . EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 20 GENTS
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HOI.M AURNT ri)H
UNTir. KllltTIIKK NOTIOK TUB
IteadliiK llooiu an I the lUferem)
iMwrliiiuut nf the Library Anociatlon
Ml I he cloiil on account ol nreemiarv ra.
i lr. The t'iroulatiiiR Deiiattmeni will
lbiiK)ii every day Irum UiSUo'oloek A, M.
to IJ o'ulouk uouu.
1 ..... M. A. 811BBANK,
IICW -91 Ubraiiau.