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Ulu gnitji gnUcUn.
fluf NttabUihtd for tho Hrnt,1t of All.
MONDAY, AUG. 20 1HW4
A report of Mrs. Thirds' IWture
ou Thoosopliy Inst Friday cvunliig
will be fouud ou the fourth page of
this paper. It will interest tuauj
who were not privileged to hear the
talented speaker. Those who have
not yet heard hor should endeavor
to do so on the next occasion.
Ernrv eneiMiri'ellloilt should be
eiven to the mutual improvement '
T -: .... .i4 . .. m. I
ociety just started by voting
wanans. moir action evinces n uis
position to rise abovo mere money
getting and pleasure-seeking. It
also indicates an ambition for some
thing elso than t ho possession of
Government billets, and another
kind of mental activity than thatcall
ed forth iu political wrangling and
party strife All woll-dWposcd peo
ple will feci inclined to assist them
young Hawaiiaus in their laudable
DANOEH, TO BE AVOIDED.
If a charter is to be granted for
an electric street railway in llouo
lulu, stringent conditions should be
attached to it against danger to
other property. Investigations elso
where have revealed that tho elec
tric current for car motors is a
source of serious damage to water
pipes and other metal work under
ground. Papers rend before the
National Electric Association and
beforo the American Institute of
Electric Engineers, at their conven
tions this year, gavo important par
ticulars of electrolytic notion by
street railway currents upon water
pipes and gas pipes. Instances wnre
also giveu of the same destructive
action iu light and power currents
from improper wiring. ''It was this
action, and none other, which com
pelled tho entire nv.viriiig of the
Hotel del Coronado at Coronado,
several years ago, at a cost of
nearly $11,000." Au explanation
of tho reason for the danger In street
railway currents, showing that it is
ot unavoidable, is given by one of
tho export essayists. It is generally
knowu that in telegraph systems the
current is conducted one way on a
wire, while it is left to get back for
completion of the circuit through
the earth. At each end of a litiethe
wire is grounded, that is, attached
to a metal plate under the ground.
This ilincovery saved telegraph own
ers half the wire that would other
wise havo been required to establifh
telegraphic communication between
two points. From one of the papers
mentioned tho following extract is
taken, showing that the danger from
railway currents consists iu their
Experience has taught electrical
engiueers, however, that while this
is true in telegraphy It is by no
means tho case in handling the
enormous quantity or volume of
current which is used in the opera
lion of an extensire electric railway
system. Itcgardlcsa of this, how
ever, and purely from motives of
economy alone, electric railway com
panies, in order to avoid tint iu
creased expenditure of money whiuh
would be called for to provide for
the additional copper required, will
persist in permitting the return cur
rent to be diverted off from tho car
rails and return wires iuto the earth.
Electrolysis then invariably en
sues, and its corrosive action on
underground metal work, though
low, is absolutely certain. A cur
rent following alou the water
mains, for iustauce, reaches the
point nearest tho station, or roaches
the points nearest to paths of least
resistance, for the returu of the cur
rent to the dynamo corrodes tho
water mains at such poiuts, as cer
tainly as uitrio acid will corrode
them. The impurtanco of the mat
ter to the public at largo is obvious.
Imagine, for instance, tho elec
trolytic corrosion nnd destruction
oi tho water main catryiug the
water supply to any portion of our
city. That portion would then bo
practically without wuter. Should
a conflagration thou occur it would
have unrestricted sway. Should it
be a gas muiu which is affected,
whether under tho surface of n
street or iu a buildinir, the elect ri-
city in additiou to liberating the
gas migut iignt it. What tho re
sult would undoubtedly lie mny
easily bo imagined. These instanced
have occtirietl and tuny recur
It is unnecessary to quote furl her
from these scieut ilK) demuiiHl rations.
Enough has been giveu to show that
the Government will havo a grave
responsibility upon it, in the grant
ing of any franchise for electric
railways, for protecting public and
private property against the dangers
mentioned, Whoever may get Mini)
a franchise must be compelled to
keep the powerful ngntit of locomo
tion strictly to its own purpose, by
means that olectriu science has re
Tealod, no matter what tho expeuto
may be to tho railway owners.
G, , ., - i
rilllnilS lor divorce. -AllV 1ml v
in the Hawaiian Islands can semire t
a divorra from her husband If he
rDiuies to buy a gootl quality of
soap. Vou ran get 17 bars uow fur
fl.'25, and N, llrehnm guaraulua.
both goalltf and quant It v
AIiT.EC! ED BHIBEKY.
Dismissal of Captain Langtoy and
Onicor Stone for the Offencn.
About a week ago yotorday, a
Chinese informer appeared at the
Police Station and notiGod Captain
Laugloy that ho knew ol a place
where there was amtautit v of onium.
The caplnlu "bit," and hence the
trouble. Ho asked Officer Stone to
necoinpany him, and together they
went, to the place designated. On
arriving they fouud a number of
Chinamen engaged in a gambling
gamo. The captain became disguM
ed and wa about to loave, when the
Chinamen mndo a break. The olli
cers grabbed the men and held
them. It was during tho buuM that
one of the Chinamen slipped $10
into Captain Lnngley's hand. Offi
cer Mone Knew uoiuiug oi inu iuuubv
nffair until at the Station, whoro ft
was found that some of the coins
ttWl,h LanRw had received were
marked. In couseouence of this
transaction both officers were dis
missed from tho force on Saturday
Slnco the dlsehargo of Captain
Laugloy several applications for the
position havo been received by Mar
shal llitchcock. Captnin Rosehilt
is one of these, and it is probable he
will receive the appointment. Cap
talu Klemmo has nominated Gus
Cordes, who bears the nickname of
"Mary Ann," for tho position, and
has threatened to resign il his nomi
nation is not accepted.
DISOKDKBLY 110U3E POLLED.
Keepers and Inmates nro Paraded
In tho District Court.
Tho District Courtroom was
crowded to the doors this morning,
tho attraction being the attpoaranco
iu Court of G. A. Ollivier, Leoni
Uauricr, Leon Kenaug and J. Clary,
on a charpe of koepiug a disorderly
house. These parties, who are
French tourists, recently arrived iu
Honolulu and engaged a houe op
posite Itev. S. E. ilisnup's residence
on School street. Owing ton com
plaint made by the neighbors, the
tourists removed to lung street,
near General Grant's well, and dis
order soon reigned in the locality.
Antniio patsitig the residence lion
will notice that tlie house presents a
rather dilapidated appearance, al
though it is a new building. On
Saturday night Senior Captain An
drews visited tho placo and caused
the arrest of the iumntes, on a
charge of keeping n disorderly
house. They appeared in Court
this moriiituf, and at tho request
of th''ir couuel, V. V. Ashford, trial
was set fur Friday next iu the Dis
11 Lewis J. LovHy.
Watchss, Jewelry, Etc.
n WEDNESDAY, Aug. 22
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
I will nrll nt Public. Auction, lliu Whole
of tliohtm'kot Mcrclmnill-H, tin: i.ro
ji-rly ol the l.itu TIIUM H
T.V.S.VAT1', corihlttliiK ul it
LARGE YRIETY OF SHELLS
Iliiwnt'ati nml Hontli Bva Inland Curios,
Watclie, Ji'wi'lr), flocks,
Wiiti'lniiiiknV 'loiilnunil Mtitorlul,
Watch Olaaios, Show Oases, etc., otc
HORSES & CALIFORNIA MoLES
( )u WEDN ESDAY, Aug. 22
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho yard In the renr ol Mr. J. I. Dew
H'tt'iKitllce, tj Ken ktrect, 1 will ll at
1'iilillc Auction a numbi-rol llurc
ana Mulrx, coukUtliiK ol
Horses and Vales Broken to Harness
Horses, Units, Mares and Colis Un
broken TLMIM.S CASH I
BUILDING -:- LOTS
Kt)H 8AI.K AT AUCTION
On SATUKDAY, Aug.
AT l2iW O'CLOCK P. M.,
I will ell at I'nlilla Auction, at tin- corner
ol M.tculf uud JtliiKtiHiii Mrt-vtu, I'uualiuu.
The Following Described Bulldog Lois:
1 A Lot m tht- H. W. ruriier o( Meteall
unci lliugliiiui ft nets, I'uimliuii. ol uvei
11,000 kijii'irt) In t, excellent piiiilloil (urn
ttore, wuter (rum 1'ioiieor Artful. in Well
or fium government pipi-k bhortlv to be
laid In tlu Ktruui, a minutes' walk from
llurctunlu mrwi iiml cars.
2 A Uit on lliugham Htreel, neurl) op.
Msltu tliH aoovu one, lO.IWU uare lent,
3 A Ixit W feet fronntge on IIhirIpiii.
ntre-t, iiiuir tlio artesian well, If.iyi Htmrr
feel wlthunouh built Cottngeof 4 roount
Kitclicii iiml Da tti, water frotu orieniun
4 One Lot ol ISO feet frontage on Mot
cull KouiI near Hci Vlu oblate. Iietween
bliorinlrei t,bi'ii Vluw uvuiuin and Mrtnpiey
Blnct uloiiy Mr Mitllor'a property.
h -I.0I111I vurlmm hIidi to Mill imri-tins-er,
one ot them now occupied by Mr. A
(Inwci Jnnllii, on ('li.imbflrlnln utridt, thlh
lint Jil hu a nent cottage on II.
THUMB OF HA 1.1'J -dish on delivery ol
(tt III W Itll A JIC!llt liltCOIIIlt on uuiuiirit ol
uni, nrouu.niiii cuiu on unlivery oi uoeii
ami tlm oilier limlon tlnin i-imruii lu.l I,.
The pln ..l the alHre property uan !
wii i thtt uiUcs ol tlm auoiionoor.
T..iu j. Lovty,
tie ui 4THM'OWfk(H
Saturday, Aug. 11, ldJ
The conditions in Honolulu
during tho past cigb teen or
twenty months liavu vH.en such
that to awake nov and find
the hitrhor free from a war
ship vou Id be l'.ke witnessing
the play tif Hit'nlft with H.im-
let out of it. Not that it is ue-cess-iry
.r h?,ve u vessel of this
character present at all times,
but thtt people an: so accus
tomed to seeing them, autl
there, has been such an inter
change of hospitality among
the officers and citizens that
neither the "Champion" nor tlm
Philadelphia" should be al
lowed to leave exctpt upon
the assurance that they will be
replaced by as yood 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 ol 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 loca'ity is as what
the world is led to believe is
When a person tolls you
that they have used a pu.ee ot
rubbt r hose for eighte n
months without its h.ivini; 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 peopli
imagine. When we. took the
agency for the sale of the en
tire product of one works we
did so because we had invest!
ated. not only tue li mand
r such an artirle. but die
quality. ILxpoits whom ve
called to o.ur asK:an:e do
ci Idl that ours is the best lir
all puipose.s. You eaii gel a
bag or a hundred tons as your
We are st lling fine Porce
lain Lined Hath T ubs with as
much ease as we do nails or
anything else in every day use
We bouidu 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 iu
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 pi.-oplc
should contract disease thiough
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 arc "Iile, 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 other
dealers of a right they now t n
joy if we attempted to force
them to. stop charging exorbi
tant prices for sucn 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
J'might" reptesented by our
customers " .vpenetwe
RDWAY & rOKTEB, LntvlltiK
f thf Hawaiian IoUihIii.
obt'itutit ttUa'h. imtwMMtt fort
ighl hann il- of Htnl trnwi
irw'l ttiihirtrK ul Kttii- Kuiuitmn,
Irt I'luvit? (or I'Mil, Vff bv hami
H'kwi VWt v,fRK. HtH
ill von .isll ami (nt-
tivlllltitr fun wntit 1 1, LMulnif
tiytliitiK V'i'i "fill n fUwItituin FtimilurH
k uu '-cm. aims w ru(Jpii'i imi.ii
JL Ot, Will rjtlll r(iutulHt. thk
-. ... . . , a ..!
t ittll Mir . i"!
' ri.'li..t pit')Hwr
v buin- tt- vmiiiil-.tt- HttLoul
V Vin- ifi Honolulu IH
'iti't t'H ui il miiiih Lot- linm
mi r.n...v NiKi ruliirn
WllHhi Hi. Ail"" Hi ll
(of V'M xlii(Iiiv if, Wfxwl ,t B'4 TnimniUtf
I DUUlxt (hum nut totirxt
tir liAiiiU'iiri. OnrvHil ILwlrrtn
pnlrui at ri'ntitjlt- tnu-
.w.iVMr.nu '' UtliiiNlHiMl
rv iiiii P,hM Clmiri t-nlnrt. tiutuu olimvii--
f lf ! iiL I'hift toif SMmIkximU
vt-rylMHl) Kinn tiidiin a (natum of lutoricn Dtn.-iratiuK
vrvtxHty kii Mi (). OhIwav who nukM thu kU
niKi'VFl th I'lu-apt
lialitlity. i,roiniiii.ui mitl
Bwi.i. f2A - TKI,KPIIONKR Miti-ai. W
io bavi: vuuit timi: ani monky uoth ktki in to
HIopiD 8c Co.,
KTo. V-l King Street.
wv linv.1 ii lot f NViv anU lu iirrlvc liy the "WiMit" in, iih Ilfint." nml to tualtp
roiiiu u ollur our .rc.ont iii oil u'-ic (if
In 0.ik, Wiilnut utiil Llily lUrrli of tin. html ttern al until low nrlcna
tlmt It wll pa )m to luvvkt In h in ui once.
tJMMiur hlr;niit A-Hjiliiimit of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In mix nml dingle pliri's tu miltev.ry In In ami nvry imcU't
AM, KINDS UK MANUPAOJI'ltlNQ UUNK IN
Furniture, -:- B riding -:- and :- Upholstery
Bst Quillly uf Live Ctnt Feilhers. Silk Flo J, Hair, Io;s acd Eic.lslor ilwajs oa bind
VA- All iinlKm rront tlie ntlin IxinmN will lHiattrmld lo hi a iiinnniw that will In
oiiri'kailrriioiliiii. lo iih iiiuti nml joit rill nevor l-avn ua, lor our j?ik)'Ih ure uuwad
Myll Ii, mill wll bo wt-II jmiifcil uml :..ino to you at Han Kranoihoj ilca
Upholsteriug Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINDOW "M&"!$" SHADES
fii'il or.ler for all klmlsof
! uinl i io
Bailey's Woven Wire Mattresses K?pt In Stock.
Ktrltii-wt HiiliiiUtorwr an. I
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Hum Gauds I Prompt,
Hi a i h.aoe is vr
Benson, Smith A Co.,
OoiM&br F'ort Ai HTotel 31.B
ttCS Qur Soda VJat.cr is tho Best aSf
FISH 3 F3 "GrA.B3TIO'
IrXOXiLXSTHIDEi &c CO
Uavf intuln nnoUwr Lir;i Importation ot
itiainH of I A CONHTANCMA hiul K. CdUKT
Uat'ic' AMnortmont of Shapcn 4id 8uh
hi HalF In llnntt ir Dnty Palrt Cor Port it Hmihuiit Strait
- 'jiiiK Cbaitn
-i ... ..
.riiM nil ;roUlr
fi mm-I f..t
th,uw IMmnU hIimm L(h m, .(..
K-ulr oi Silk KLm
t tlnf UiaKf
oolcr anil ium
Jm1 in Inll't tn
Kuiultntr m lalli
huuit lo Honolulu
DUpAti'b I out tinti
Kuriiliiirn will bo fllleil at lowent nrlrea. Try
Dmirnlnr Ih sIwmv at ynnr rtr
Attention! and Low Prices I
Fitttn m lurtfe and vuricd stock (he undersigned would draw
particular atU'iition to the following :
i JoniprMni? California llav, Barley, Roiled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
KS l addit'uin to our usual stock of them- are now
tairying WaHhington Bran, Oata and Rolled Barley.
These are eatih posMeabed of strong foodiug propeitief nd
are well worth it trial by all hitcreatcd in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powdera!
n 1 Aiway it. uir . . .ft
I itt xi .!
Utftt ')nfM it,. -
Ktullih iMirr '
HAM hAVUN (iHhf.lH
I f mru,n Knilat trvvrir,
O'rtm. BUokwull'a Kngllat ttuix.
i.ttth. e!lll 4 Ubby'a OanixKl Snau.
Itotardaoo A Bobbin1 Iauum
fit run. u i
M 4 00 A HON t
ft aud ti .
a tarr f
i'laniiiiii duplies Hiiilwure, Dry k:t
Gntbrr, Furaitnre Hit.. Etc.,
.,,ti i M.1U Al MtlDKICATK fltll B
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
Made in Honolulu Outlast ths
Cheap Imported Articles !
JCS l' Beit Work inn iwhip and the 'Beat Material
an- obtained at tho
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
, No 7Q Qien Street
By Jaa. V. Morgan.
MOaiOAOEE'S K0TI0E OK SALE.
MOTIUB IH HKl.KnY OIVKN THAT
ll jmriiuaiit to u (urnvr of i-ale !otitalii.
eU In n curtain tnurtcnte umile by Autone
ltos i ami wile of Honolulu, to Cecil Drown
ul the tmiiiH iilaro uml of ri-cunl in tlm ON
Ore ol the Iteglhtrar ol Uunvi y.inciis In
Liber 108, on jingo n 20;'inl ;, and by
nulil Cecil Ilrowii tul- asnliicil to K. If.
liayHelilrli, truneu uiiilnr tlif lust will and
tcbtiiiiient ol J, U. tluvMiilfii, deceasril, by
iloouiui'iit ol record Liber 117 tin iiuku 'Jilt,
the tftld mnrtguKUu liiu-liils lu tort-ulono
said murtimgu fur brcucU ut co.ndltlou
thiTeln coiituliipil Not leu ia bIko given
that the property covered by bald morlgane
will ixi bold ut I'ulilli' Aiti'thin, at l'J o'cluclc
uoon, on KATUHDAV, the llth day ul
Angimt, at llit unction rnoiim a K.
Morgan in Honolulu Tho tiroiiurty In
Ntid inortgage deed de-oribed In
All tlitit curtain mkm! of lund Kltuate at
Kitllhl In mild llniiidiilu, containing an
area of lid ai acre), and being a iiortlon ol
tho reiuho di-hcriboil in Ituyal I'ntentNo,
tti.V mid omvi-yMl to m'tl Autone Itosa by
J. 1 Mendnncit, udiiilnivtrHtor of tho en
tate of Domingo Lopex IUiiiih hy deed
dated tlie flrt day ol April, lb7. ol record
In tint Jlawuilun Iti-glbtry of Deed In Hook
lU-i, on ii.tgcs '.M and 5
Dated Honolulu, July iHth, (Mil.
for lurllitr purt-.-ulurM nnnlv to
'1 riiHti-f ot the last Will and Tumaiueut td
J. u. lliiyMililon, iluceuKod, or to
I'Ki'll. Huohn, Attorney,
f" The pnle ol tiio aliv protwrty un
',1.('.ri,r?.u,0.",rV " i"-tMjii.l until Ha i iijc
DAY, heiiteinlwr I IKllI at thf xaiuiMlnin
ful .Lr. ,fl, ,M,
g. e "mmH
'"I M.HNI KO
Barrel aui 11 r '..
Urtat. Kout.. T
''"tiMr ' Filt t 'n nr vi uol
& "Star" Kerosene
Valuable Land For Sale
AT FUUUO AUCTION.
In I'limoancf of an order Indih-iI out of
Hie Circuit Court of the Mrat Circuit, ib
UllileiKlied will bell at l'ubllo Auotlou
On SATUKDAYT, Aupuat 2r(, IKW.
AT Wt30 O'CLOCK 1. M
01 Aiu day on the premlces, that certain
iilcce nl IjiikI hulongiiig to the Httte of
the late Antonio Montelio, deceased in
tmtute, bltuuto on the comer of Heokwlth
and Metcalf bt reels. In I'uuahou, Uouo
lulit, the kuiuo containliiK an are of tt7U0
biiiare feet inoro or Ii-hs.
Property good fur a houselot, and it lu
a healthy locality.
TeruiH are rash and deeds at expenaa ot
purchaser. Sale to be subject lo confirm
atii n of the Court.
$W Fur further particulars rnnuira of
I HKNKV SMITH,
(.oiiiuiiiibioner of Bale Judiciary Bulldloc.
WIELAtVD - EXTRA PAJLJB
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 CKNTS
l- h: dhjeq,
JOHN T. BR.O"SATN,
Denier in Hawaiian and Foreign Poilat
biampn. P, 0. Hox 111, Honolulu.
Hlgiieit rli'en given for Unnwd and lined
Hawaiian Htauun In axihan fur olhr
I'ountrltn from tint-clan approval tliMta.
Hlieet forwarded to any ariol th Jilaadi
ou application with town rlrenc.
J 1 . 11 ii oud to uiMt ai oollNtora br