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SATURDAY, AUG. 18, 1894
Mr. Dolo having discredited bis
own election as President, declaring
that tho convention "could not con
stitutionally appoint a President,"
it is a question, a Rorious one to
those having dealings with his gov
ernment, how far his subordinate
have warrant to sign documents in
conducting tho business of their
several offices. If it is only tho war
rant that jjioiit gives, wo may ox
press the opinion that, should con
stitutional government again prevail
in these islands, those who aro now
trusting tho Government set up by
the convention may have occasion
to repent at leisure.
The Attorney - General is very
anxious to have Councillor Enune
luth's Labor Commission appointed
aid set to work at once. In fact it
is apparent that the commission
cannot be started soon enough to
satisfy the Attorney-General's anx
iety That tho Commission will
accomplish auything, much loss Mr.
Etnnioluth'n purpose, no well-informed
man believes. Dut the At-tornoy-General
desiriug to placato
Mr. Emtneluth and his following in
the several leagues and clubs that
handle the bayonet, that props tho
republic at this time, throws tho
Commission out for the same reason
that the whaleman throws tho tub
to tho whale.
LADIXS' BOABDINQ SCHOOL
Mrs. Bradloy has issued an ambi
tious prospectus of boarding
school for young ladii . It would
certainly be a credit to II olulu to
have such an institution established ,
here. Tho projector limits tho num
ber of ladies to bo accommodated to
20, and for these she promisos a re
fined homo in the highest senso of
the word. In addition to a sound
English education, pupils will be iu
tructed iu French, German, piano
singing, violin, violoncello, drawing
painting, gymnastics, swimmini.', '
rowing and riding, nlru plain sew
ing, dress-making and cooking. Tln
parent or pupil is allotvcd to male
choico of subjects, which are includ
ed iu tho terms. Thee are .0 for
quarter, with a reduction for two
sisters. To cowr all hie subjects
specified, an xpuuslvu building aud
outfit will be necessary. Mrs. Brad
ley points out that, when tho usual
charges for tuition in separate ac
complishments aro considered, tho
charge covering board and laundry
expenses, etc., as it does- -must be
regarded as reasonable. Parents of
means with (laughters to m educat
ed, whom they would like to have
sear them, would do well to consult
Mrs. Bradley personally ou tho mat
ter. 6bo will only undertake the
euterpriso on tho assurance of twelve
Answnrs to Quurios.
If a goose weighs tot) pounds and
a half its own weight, what is the
weight of the goosoT
How many days will it take to cut
up a piece of cloth fifty yards long,
one yard being cut off overy dayT
Ans. 19 days.
A snail climbing up a pole 20 feet
high, ascends five feet every tiny,
and slips down four feet every night.
How long will the snail take to
reach the ton of tho post!
Ans. 16 days.
A wise man having a window one
yard high and one yard wide, n-quir
ing more light, enlarged his wiuil-m
to twiVo its former size, y,-t th
window was still only one yard high
and ono yard wide. Umv was tltin
Ads. The first window wns a
diamond, tho second a square.
TO 8AVK VoUlt TIMi: AND
XTo. 7"4 King Street.
W bare a lot of Nw flooU to arrive by Him "Wllilcr" itnl ili ''Hryiit." and to make
room ms ollur our prmuiit supitrb tock ol
In 0k, Walnut uml I Ively Illrnli of tin, litest p-ilii'rn nt hiidIi low prliea
tlint It will H) vim to liivoit In ii- m ut oiiu-).
Hi-c our hloKuut Asaruuuut of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In tots anil ulnla piece- to milt oyrry ta to untl ovry iiolot.
ALU KINDS OK MANIIPAOTUUINO 1JONK IN
Furniture, -:- Bt dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
But Qmlllj or Lire Cense Feathers, Silk FJos, Hair, Hots and Excelsior ilways on hand
All order from the oiliu IhIaihIh will bu nttcinlil to in n innnuer Hint will In
saraMiiafaullon. Try iu oiko ami you will nnvur leuvn iin, fur our uimdti ur now ami
Blyllih, and will bo well jmisVimI and coiiin to you ut San I'rnnu'hoj pilcea
Upholiteriog Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WtNTlflW Of allHIit'i-pliinorfiiK'v-iinl l.ttm-d loordvr CDATirQ
mtauun nlritn fruuuliaoprlfiN. OIWIJIiD
Mk- B)clal orders for all kinds of FuriilHiro will liu llllod ut lowest iirlcen. 'Iry
It and be uonrlmvd.
alleys Woven Wire Mattresses Kept in Stock.
. Au Kiirlincil UplioUtrir and
ATHLETICS LOOKING UP.
Fair Prospocts of Union Between the
Olub a I'd the Baseball League.
Tho Honolulu Amateur Athletic
Club is in a flourishing coudition.
Tho membership roll is increasing
rapidly nud tho appearances are
that tho dub will w n lasting insti
tution. Tho club has addressed a
letter to tho Hawniiau Baseball
League requesting amalgamation,
and, although no answer has as got
Wen received, it is fully believed
that n favorablo nno will como. One
of tho ollleersof tho leaguo states
that amalgamation will eventually
eotne, and the leaguo will lw re
pponsiblo for half the expenses of
putting and keeping tho grounds in
condition. The members of the
athletic club are in training for thoir
coming field day on September 8th.
The club intends to hold another
field day in January, when a regular
track will bo laid. Au additional
attraction will be tho Hawaiian
Tho Empire Saloon has a new
beer, "The Albion," and a new Bab
cock pump to draw it with. No
more tint beer, tho last glass in the
keg Is just as good as the Grst. Trj
By Lewis J. Levey.
HORSES & CALIFORNIA MULES
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 22
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the ynrd In the rear of Mr. J. 1. Dew
s' It's uillcc, (Jiceii street, 1 will sell nt
I'ubllu Auction a number uf llunes
and Mults, emulating of
Ilorses and Mules Broken to Himess
Horsss, Males, Mares and Colts Un
broken. TKIIM8 CASH I
n iinnii i uniTiiP
mi is .
Dr. John T. flatzopulua,
Tho Grook Horoulon,
Win ve n Wonderful Kxhlbll'mi
sit. 1. ;ili, etiml nidi iiriAsltiK
tli f -iu nl Hammhv,
On S-dtuitia) Evening Aug. 18,
-A.CT "3 O'CIjOCXC.
tW !'' rd Bests can be secured si
H. nmrc .if I, J Itt Mil- til
IMIKKK MI'KLY r"UK
1 lilHhrt! Itnotiis nt No.
I Oarden tjtue. hU-tf
i I.AKhK KUItNIHHKl)
aV Itoom fur limit xeii.
ilrniMii situated on Here
Inula MrtMt, 13 mlnutei'
witlk from rout OlUee,
T vNAtMKI OK Til &
jCX Beach, comfortable
Iturter for one or two Hln
.lie (leutleuitu: board op
tional; bathing facllltlM kihmI
trevt tf HIII.I.KTIN UKFIUK.
BY A l'OKTlOUKSU MAN Wll"
H,fnkb KhiIm; will work In ttv.e or
Maihniio, ititeml hr drlvu horse, urdo
other l.ilior o Any klri'l Apply nt tliu
'IVnipl of l-ahfun," fort s're.t. or at
this UlUcc. Illl 3t
A YOU NO OKNTLEMAN DKStliKH A
situation In stor or elsewhere.
Vut rltw llooW-kediior: four jer' t)K
rii lice Iu tbn Journliillc llti". Ailirr
I Illl tin Crn1 HiiiiKTin Ottico
Pttrtner Wan tod in Oil Voueering
I AM I'KKI'AKKDTOIKMIILVKNKKU
1 Work to onler. WuuM llkn to get h
I Bitter In tlit biiiliien, iu liiriiWIi ma
til in. miic, If ilen)liu, U-nrii tit liiidl.
iifttn Hiv iit (xiwer. hnuip " of tlif
wok can ) '-n at the HrLi.iTlN Ofllce.
lim In, Wll.l AM MANZKN
MONKY IJOTH STKP IN To
Dnxiratnr I alwayi at yoar Mrfloa
Havtli&t Barflwen Ciu Li
Saturday, Aug. 11, l'9l
The conditions in I lonolulu
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 1 iatnlet with Ham
let out of it. Not dut it is ne
cessary to have a vessel of this
character present at all times,
but the people are so accus
tomed to set-iiig 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 bt
replaced by as good ships with
as emcient aud 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 )ou
that they have used a piece of
rubber hose for eighteen
months without its lnving a
break in it, don't ask where it
was bought but come to us
and get a piece like it wc 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. Experts 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 sellintr fine Porce
lain Lined IJ.ith 1 ubs 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 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 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 exeicise of his riyht to the
injury of his n ighhor; Jont-s
may give up work, if he wishes,
but if he attempts to stop
Smith at his emploj ment 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 otln-r
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 and we look to
the public for assistance in en
forcing its tenets. Having
"right" on our side and
"might" represented by our
customers we experience no
RDWAY A I'OKTEK, LnaditiK
f tho Hftwaiiii lalnmla.
obirmw Block, llwu Kort
ight band Hide of Hnil tret
int:t liiioriiw uf Ptim Kuruitiif
irt t'DHap (or vni Wt Lave ou tiomi
U'K-i Wir, Puffin. Kooktliti t'baitn Kt.
ill you i'&II and uri( thnae good
tothttiw. jo want In
nytbitiK fu want In
ou i-itu aim; tie (uitipllw witb
mi trill find a rnmrtlnln IjX'K
Ud at pOtt to lUlt Chf potttnal
, wrtii m the rich! nurobMiii
o Iiuuj Ik miiiipltitr- friltmut Matl(tuma,
o hoiia in Honolulu vIU tin. oo-U tbu. tl.i. ,. .
nll'l you ii.mh) Miiur Nt Ijiixn
aud; rillfwt. and (.iii-hlon
rottT Window rihadtta in all color aud dam
nU for roui window io Wood or Braat Trimn.inr
I coutKt r mum tint fnK!t to oniUloL
ur hanilftotio (larval H-lrooiti Sfa (n HoIkI 1d
-palrtliK a) roaonablf rat
'".'otrMrlnu of (Jpholatttrtl
our rOi Cliaira Uvfuit.
il of alf !? with (Miait
vt-rytMMljr knoivn - nuk. a
iiiMMiy khow tii it. mi. uiiitcav wnnntakH tio pvii ratnr
t-.-ou'nu.Hl f.iu- cliari
.'linliilitv. I'romutti.tKii and
Higli. A25 TKI.RPnONBH AIuti al 4&
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pore Goudsl Prompt,
MMT LA(lK IN a I
Benson, Smith A Co.,
Oomer F'ort St. Hotel Stn
tlr Our Soda Water in tlui Boot l&k
HOLLISTBR 8x CO.
Ilttvr- iimilc another large Importutmn of
aiii.d if LA
Hr SIp In ftouil ur Dnlf Paid
By Jaa. F. MorKun.
MOaXOAOtE'S N0X10B OV BAI.E.
TOTIOK 18 HKItKIIY OIVKN THAT
11 imrMium in a ixiwer uf talu uoiirtiln-
IUiiii mill wife of Honolulu, to Oi.-ll llmwn
of tliu huniH plnre and of rrconl in i ho Of
tlce of tliu lt'Kihtrar of L'uuvf ynnro.i In
l.llicr IUS. ou iiij;hh , 'MhivX'Ji, uinl liv
Miid tViill llruwii duly mulnm-d to K. It,
llHyM'lilcn, lrn--ti'o uudur tlm lunt will nud
tcMuiiiuiii of J. U. HnvHuidun, ducuiidt-d, l.y
diK'iiiufiitof rcvord l.lhur 1 17 on iiauo Jll),
tliu nuul m.iri;ni;i'o lutciidi lo Jorecl.ise
hld iiiortKncH for Im-uub of condition
tlinrniii uoutulucd. Kotlce la .lino j-ivell
tliuttlic pr(i)iurt) corurud liymiul inoriaj-o
will iHtfold ut I'nlillu Auutiim, ut I'.' u'nluiiic
ikhiii, on KAI'UltDAV, tlm lllli day of
AiiKiut, nt t lit) imiitiou roiiiiis of J111 !',
MiirKiiii In Hiiiiolulu Tliu irourty in
Mild l.iorijiiij;- ,ti i-,l iletcrilifd It
All Unit rcThiln inri-i)l of lund hltiintH nt
iviiiiiii in miiii iioiioiiiiu, uoiiliuuiiii,' nn
nri-.iof an al iiori's nud lining u imrtlon of
thu priinlKi). di-tirlliHil In Itoyul i'uttmt No.
!M, mid court') t-d to m'd Autonu Itoi-u hy
J 1 MuiidiiiiL'ii. udniiliiiitrntor of tliu tx-
thlc t if lloiniimo l,oii Uaiiioi hy dxud
dtiu-il ilit llrt dnv of April, ltt7, of n-i-ord
In tin IIiivmiIIiiii lU-clftry of Dow lb In Hook
IIH, on jHiKi-a '.'I und 'J5.
DiitKd Hiiiiolulu, July 1.1th, 1H1II.
For lurtlirr ii.irt rulntK niiiilv to
r. H.H A yh'KI.DKN,
JriiHti'niif tho hint Will nnd Tuitiiuiuut of
J. (1. Jluj m'IiIhii, ili-ri-iiM'd, or In
Uki'ii. llnowN, Attorney.
Thi niiIu of thu Hbovf proiierty mi
I'limurH In iiohIi.oiio.1 until HA'I II It.
ll.VY, hil-mlit.r I, IHJI, at tliu mum tlinr
1 107. 1 HI
DuittiK-PMtm Kuril ito
Cntw and ttadir
tt dvf frrnn
rValbnr nt H'li Cli! fhf eiiad
ana 3iiMioartU u uiaioa
fatiirH of lutenor Dvoratinft,
hous tn Uouolulu
Dlnpatcb ta our motu.
Attention I and Low Prices I
of ShapHM ajid Sizei.
Our Prnl 8 Utirdituii )m
Valuable Land For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUOXION.
In pursuance of an order iBKurd oat of
tho Circuit Court of the first Circuit, the
undcrl;ned will veil at 1'ubllo Auotion
Ou SATURDAY, August 20, 1694.
AT 12:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
Of Huld day on the prenilnea, that certain
iilcon of Ijind bolnnnliiK to the estate of
tho late Antonio ilontelro, deceased in
tbtate, situate ou the corner of lleckwlth
and it e teal f streets, In I'uiiahou, Hono
lulu, the bbiiih containing an area of 0700
wiiMrH fet more or lees,
Prnort,v gooil for a hounelot, and Is In
a healthy locality.
Terms aro runii and deeds at ezjiensa of
purchaser. Rule to be subject to continu
ation of the Court.
UT For further particulars enquire of
(Viinml'sfnuerof Kale Judluiary llulldlng.
For Sale I
Used hut little, Aacoodatnew, Hold on
mi'ount of owner IcavinK the oounlry,
. Call or address
OtM II iff! Kli.a )trt
FEED DEPAETMENT !
From a large and varied tttoek tho undcreigncd would draw
partieular attention to the following :
Comprising California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Brim,
Middlings, Oato, Corn.
In addition to our UHual stock of these we are now
earrying Washington Bran, Oata and Rolled Barley.
These are each possesHed of strong feeding propertUw nd
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal and " Cleveland " Baking Powders I
Ko 1 -aiaaj u um r. t.i
ta J, Ita pM. nai
UvenHKil (iorw nii '
Kiipcliab llr 46 .
HAM. (A1WS. OHHtHK
4nruiu'i ttu(llati iiunna,
ariK BlaikweU'a XuKUah drvcvrjM,
i.tbhf. KeNofl A ldbbr Oaaaa HMia,
UrbardMB Eobbla1 0uit4 Mst.
fta Tai i
MA 00 A RON I
TH and IK i -HROOMd-
Malum Soimliiis. Hardware, Dry Gauds.
Crockery, ForDiton file, Kic ,
n.Mr ur. dANl) AT MODKRATU fttliWi
Theo. H. Davies"& Co., L'd.
"THE WORLD DO HOVE"
Ami so does the MsietiK-'r r-' vhenhti
have ltinuned thi-lr Slrmunj;crH on
fW They will deliver I'aiknifos (up to
CO llm wel;hti or Mi-smincs ipilcKur liian
hy any other method mid much cheaper
"DON'T BE A OLAM1"
Have time and mon-y hy u.lug the Mes
L. M. JOHNSON, t t MnmiKor.
tail 5B9 TT.I.r.PHOHr.S Ball 559
Kury lUittipUon oj JOlumtmiKQ
trm 1 ta Bt.f(.. tiffin,
Barral aud Ma)'
''Pinr Fvi.' if. nu m( iiaovra.
4 rholr -1i . M,tin rniu
A "Star" Kerosene
8TOUKB OV -
By IawIm J. Lavajr.
BUILDING -:- LOTS
FO RAT.E AT AUCTION.
On 8ATUKDAY, Aug. i?5,
AT I2:H0 O'OIAIOK P. M.
I will sell at Public Auction, at ihuoiu.
ol Milculf ami IIIiikIuiii streets, l'unahou,
The Followlog Dtsalbed Boilalng Lou
l-A Lot at the B. W. corner of Metcalt
and lliiiKham streets, runnhou. of nnr
11,000 Kimre feet, excellent khIiIou for a
tore, watr from l'lnneer ArteMan Well,
or from uoverumeut pl)s shortly to be
'aid In the street, 3 minutes' walk fron
UeretAula street and crs.
2 A lot on lllncbam street, nearly op
posite the above one, 10,000 tquare feet.
S A Ixt N) feet frontage on Olngham
street, near the artesian well, Otwn souart
feot. Vilthanowly built Cottage of 4 ruonn.,
Kitchen and Hath, water lnm artenUo
4-Ona lA)t of ISO feet fronUe on aleU
calf Iload near tiea Vltw estate, between
rihort street, Hea View avenue and Varuue
street aloni; Mr Mullet's property.
6 lots of varioas slits lo suit purchas
ers, one of theui now occupied by Ur. A.
Unities Jardlu, on Chamberlain street; this
last lot hits a neat cottne ou Iu
TKHMH OK SALK-Cimh nn di.llri.rvnr
deed with ft percent difcount on amount of
bid or one-half cash on delivery of tided,
and the other lin f on time, ifuaranu-fcd hy
mortunue at b percimt.
The plan of the aWe pnirtj can t.
i seen at the olll.-e of tliu auctioneer
WIELAND - EXTRA . PAIE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOB 26 CENTS
I Pi. DH3HJ,
AT THE ANCHOR
Oyater Oocktulla I
Sauor Bruuneu t
Froderickaburjf Bear I
Straight and Mixed DtUkg
Of All Kinds and ilet Quality.
Bontbweit lleraer Klnp It Nauua Bti.
G. E. BOARDMAN,"
iin.lt auKN'l Kim