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illy panic, against tho admission of
"dangerous persons" into the coun
try. The country is now swamped
with idle people of all nationalities,
and the trade and industry of those
who, in the support of civilized in
stitutions, have hitherto borne tho
burden and heat of the day, are
rapidly being swamped by people
who were introduced into tho coun
try at great expense to work on the
plantations. There- is a condition
and not a theory confronting tho
Government, and its concession of n
Labor Commission is nothing nioro
than a piece of temporizing with
grave question, in the faco of which
it has thus far only evinced either
insincerity or impotency. It is for
the foregoing reasons that tho Bul
LtTiN has little faith in tho outcome
of tho Labor Commission.
With the sentenco of Dr. Cornelius
Herz, the Panama lobbyist, this
month to five years' imprisonment
and to pay a Cno of 3000 francs, vir
tually the end of the famous prose
cutions has been reached. They
ought to have a good effect on tho
future politics of France. Many a
shining oscutchoon has been tarnish
ed through the exposures and pun
ishments. Count Ferdinand do Les
seps, the maker of tho Suez canal, al
though sentenced has not been con
signed to prison owing to his ex
treme ago and weakness. Many of
tho bourgeoisie and formor active
statesmen havo gone to prison or
been mulct in more or less heavy
fines, or haro suffered both clashes of
penalty. Tho gruator number of
those whose reputations have beou
besmirched, however, havo escaped
from the clutches of tho law. One
who has not is M. Eiffel, builder of
the tower that hoisted his fame to
the skies, he having been sent into
two yoars' servitude aud fined 10,000
francs. It is highly creditable to
Franco that she has had a public
opinion that kept .Justice blindfold
ed when so much of genius and glit
ter was paraded beforu her tribunal.
Paople Don't Back the Horses as
They Once Did
"Thoy may talk about tho good
attendance at tho races," said Bob
Minohan, an old-time dovoteo of the
turf, at Willard's, "but the people
that go don't put their money on
tho horses as they used to. I was
interested myself in bookmaking not
so many years ago. There were four
of us in tho venture, and t shall
never forgot tho result of eight
days' work at Saratoga. Every night
we used to throw tho money in an
old-fashioned grip and carry it to
the safe, actually too oxhausted to
count tho roll. Thero were plenty
of big bills, though, and no onos
aud twos nothing smaller than
"My share was 30 percent, and
when we divided up 65,000 as the
profits of the eight days you can
rest assured 1 was very well satisfied
with the returns. Men didn't any
more mind putting up $100 than
thoy do a So note now. Our best
patron during that siege was a wo
man, a noted member of the New
York dctni monde. She know noth
ing of horses, but tho name of one,
Wild Irish Girl, caught tho woman,
who, it seems, was born in the old
country. Sho plunged on tho ani
mal from sentiment to tho extent oi
$.'1000, without over onjoying tho
pleasure of seeing her favorito win
a single race."
By Lewis J. Levoy.
Watches, Jewelry, Etc.
Not tho least of the reasons for
hastening an improved water supply
is the danger from firo involved in
the periodic scarcity. When King
street was without water in its main
the other day, it is fortunate for its
property owners aud the town iu
general that no firo started in that
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 22
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will ll nt Public Auction, tho Whole
of the Stock of Merchandise, tho pro
perly of the Iste THOMAS
TANNATr, consisting of a
LARGE VARIETY OF SHELLS
lliiwnllsn nml South Hca I.lnnJ Curios,
Wnti'hcs Ji'Hry. Clock,
Wutchmulars' 'lixils and Material,
Watch aiasios, Show Casos, etc., etc
HORSES & CALIFORNIA MOLES
MEW ROADS rOH HAWAII.
chsduls of Proposed Work and
Tho Minister of Finance informs
us that tho Government ant about
to divest a portion of the loau fund
of the Act of 1811 J to the above pur
pose. Thirty-live prisoners nro to
be sent from Honolulu to join those
who havo been working oil tho Vol
cano Road. Of tho combined force
about 75 will bo sent to make tho
Hilo road from 1'apaikou to llaka
lau and widen it to -10 feet. A gang
of 85 to -10 will begin at ouco on n
road to Puna. The road from tho
Volcauo Homo to 1'utialuu is to bu
undertaken, aud tho road from Hilea
to Puuatuu, which reaches to within
a mile or two of tho latter place,
completed. Tho road from Kailuu
to tho main road in Koua will also
be completed. Mr. Bonner, who has
done uood work iu other sections.
will be tho local superintendent oi
theso roads. The road to Puna
opens up fine colfcu luuds hitherto
inaccessible. Parts of these lauds
are owned by the Government. Tho
Roman Catholiu mission also owns
part. This road to Puna will go as
far as Mr. Jlvcroft's place and then
join the road, now kuown a Kycroft's
road. The funds at present net
apart are $10,000 from current au
eount, and of tho totul of $27,000
the balance is taken from tho fuuds
under the Loan Act of 181):). Messrs.
Rowell and Dodge loavo on tho next
trip of the Kiuau to start tho work
at once. The Government are not
attempting to start more work now,
as they havo to look out for tho
pumping plant aud new piping for
which the tenders will be iu in
Times Aro Changed.
The Advertiser staff have always
publicly taken tho credit of over
throwing tho Police and Customs
departments of tho monarchical
regime by what they termed ex
posures of their alleged rotten hobs
and corruption, mismanagement and
faroritism. Now that the brother-in-law
is the head of tho one aud
tho brother of tho other, tho publicly-proven
mant, dissensiou, corruption, steal
ing, and smuggling that go on iu
both departments is taken no notice
of in tho Advertiser. Go in again,
'Titer. Turn tho rascals out.
On WEDNESDAY, Aug. 22
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At tho yard In tho renrot Mr. J. I. Dew
s-tt'siitileu, (Jttcn street, 1 wilt mil at
1'iihllo Auction a number of Hones
and Mul-, consisting ot
Horses aud Hales Broken to Harness'
iloises, Mules, Hares end Colts Un
The Floe Yuung Stallion "MIDNIGHT,"
Three Yearj Old.
V-Ti:ilMU CAB HI
Valuable Laod For Sale
AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
In pursuance of an order Issued oat ot
the Cla-nlt Court of the Mrst Circuit, the
undersigned will sell at Public Auction
On SATURDAY, August 25, 1894.
AT 12:30 O'CLOCK P. M.,
Of ali! day on the premises, that certain
niece uf I.aiid belonging to the estate of
the lute Antonio Muntelro, deceaaed In
lestaio, situate on the corner of lleckwlth
and Mctculf streets, In I'uimhou, Hono
lulu, lliu mine containing an area of 0700
square feet more or less.
l'roiert' good for a houselot, and Is In
a healthy locality.
Terms uro rush and deeds at expense of
purchaser, fcmlo to be subject to confirm
ation uf the Court.
iW 1'or further particulars enquire of
Commissioner of Bale. Judiciary Building.
BUILDING -:- LOTS
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
Miss Richards of Kainuhameha
Schools, a soprano who has Hung
beautifully iu Central Union church
since her arrival, has consented to
sing at Prof. Bradley's concert in
September. Also Miss Severance,
whose vocal powers are well-known,
who will take part iu the lovely trio,
"Old Memories." Mrs. J. Lewis will
sing, as a soprano solo, liraga's
Sorenatn. Miss Die-Icon and other
ladies will also take tmrt, in solo,
duets aud trios. I'rof, Bradley will
play piano and 'cello solos, in hulec
tious from "Martha" ami 'Lucreia
Borgia." Thero will be two instru
Mechanics' Uoiue, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 'IU and
SOoauU per nighti $1 and $.'2l per
On SATURDAY, Aug.
AT 12:S0 O'CLOCK P. M.,
I will sell at l'ubllo Auction, at the corner
of Mt tcalf aud Illngham it rests, I'unahou,
Toe Following Described Building Lots:
1 A 1-ot at the 8. W. corner of Metralf
and Jllngliam Btreetx, I'unahou, of over
11,0011 siiinre feet, excellent position for a
tore, wuter from Pioneer Arteslau Well,
or fiom government pipes shortly to be
laid In the street, 3 minutes' walk from
licrotuula airtut and cur.
2 A Ixjt on Ulngham street, nearly op
poalte the above one, 10,000 square feet,
S A tat CO feet froutai
street, near the artesian
feet, with a newly built Cottage of -1 rooms,
Kitchen and liath, water from ariealan
4 One Iot of 160 feet frontage on Met
cult Iloud ucur Hea View estate, between
Hhort street, bin View avenue and Marques
street alone Mr. Midler's property.
6 Lots of varloui slits to suit purchas
ers, one of them now occupied by Mr. A.
(Ionics Jnrdln, on Chamberlain street; this
last Lot lias u neat cottuge on It.
THUMB OF 8 ALU-Cash on delivery of
deed with 0 ercuut discount on amount of
blil. nrmie-lmlf uunh on delivery of deed,
and the other Imlf on tlmeguarauteed by
mortgage at H percent,
The plan of the above property can be
seen at the olllce uf the auctioneer.
utage on liinguam
well, 11950 square
Ml MM., LI
Saturday, Aug. 11 18H
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 Mam-
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
"PhiladelDhia" 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 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 wc 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
tor such an article, hut the
quality. Experts whom we
called to our assistance de
cided that ours is the best for
all purposes. You ran yt-t a
bag or a hundred tons as your
We are selling fine Porce.
lain Lined Bath 'I ttbs with as
much case 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.
1 he other articles wc 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 ot 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, 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 en
joy if we attempted to force
them to stop charging exorbi
tant prices tor 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
increasincr 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
Customer " ,vpfri'Hnni tin
RDWAY & PORTEB. UadlnK Furniture Dealer,
f the Hawaiian Islands.
obinsou Block, between Fort and Nuuanu
igitt hand skIp of Hntl strmt going wnat
irect importers of
irt cheap for cmIi
We have on hand
icker Ware, Sofas, Koekin Chairs.
ill you call aud price Oimw goods
nythmg yoH want in Dinlng-rootn Farnitur
u thing you want is rfedrnom Kumftur
r supplied with Uiibs ami Cradle
omplnti atook Ui saIaoi from
V pcl:5 to ftUtl the poornal
nil W th rii'heit pitrnhftoxr
o home is uomplet without atattnek,
o bun Id Honolulu ll the (roods nhiM tfcat. r t)u
on't you ued some Lite Ot Pnathcraot Mils Flnost funy make;
,mlv Hllf.wit ml liimhinna
rtt Window Shade in all colors aud sue
o!m for rout windows In Wood or Brass Trirauiiuir
f course we must not forget to sanation
ur haadanm Oarw Badrnora &tm In Solid ia
pairing at reasonable rat
itfHtvnrinft or Upholstered furniture inllt
HVom Urge und varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
(Jomprtaing California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Uuts, Uorn.
13 In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barloy.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Baking Powders I
Royal and "Cleveland
tin. 1 !; in
I ry our Kas Chairs Mitt buying hIsowUmim
L alii of all sis with Chairs and Rlrinhoards in natnh
rerybodj kuowa we uiakn a faaturv of Interior Dreorat(u,
verytwir know ur lo. (irdway who tnakM this a special ftur
"V eooirnuwl a
houso in Honolulu,
Dispatoh is our motto
Bkm, A2f TELEPHONES Mutual 45
TIME IS MONEY"
TO BAVB YOUK TIMK AND MONRY BOTH BTEP IN TO
Hoidid 8o Co.,
3STo. 74 King Street.
Wn Imyo a lot of New Ochh! to nrrlvo by the "Wilder" ml ili llryant," anl to make
room no oilor our preteut ktirli ttock of
In Oak, Walnut and Lively lllreli nt tli Inn-it pattern atiurblow prices
that It will pay you to Inviial In th in at one.
Heo onr fclegaut Aiiortment of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
fn et ami ilngla plnccs to null eyry tatte- ami ortry pookot.
AM KINDS OK MANUKACTUIUNO UONK IN
Furniture, -:- Brdding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Best Qotllty of Lira Geme Feitbers, Silk Floss, Hair, lots and Excelsior ilwijs on bind
All unlum from thn Olhur Inlandl will h attrmlnl fn In tmiinrr (hit will In.
giiraoioltfaollun. Try un onre and yon will novor lava u, for our kooui are new and
htyluh, and will lu well p.icVni and comn to you at Baa Francisco price
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp lc Buttons
WINDOW u'1'sltra-pnnur,!tnoy-nii,'twre,1,o(irler SHADES
CSBv Special ordure
It and lie convinuxt.
for all kinds of Furniture will be rilled at lowest prices. Try
Bailey's Woven Wire Mattreuei Kept in Stock.
An KTirlnol ITlin1trr nml Pwvimtnr U alway at yonr rTln
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Goods I Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Prices I
- THAT PLAOE W AT
, M, IO pat
Vjarw It it.
nulls Dairy lb n
Kwr ha t.t
HAM. HAVOH, UHKKHH
Barmm and Hair Stitai.
Plonr." Pott?' in tin u4 Mpera
nhole riv u( tvcllna ranh
I t stortos's o(Usb ttovnm,
BUckwaU's KngUaJs OroMrlas.
I.lhbr. KeU Libby's 0aaa4 MtM.
Blehardsoa A Bobbin's 0nsi4
Pie Tasi aim lr-t
TH and IB "h .
A lart TBnotf
Kerosene "Alona" & "Star Kerosene
liAKQK 8TOOKB OK -
PlaiiiaiiiiD UnpDlins. Hardware, Dry Go,
Crncstery, Foroitorfi. Bit. eir,.,
i HA HANI)
Theo. H. Davies 6c Co., L'd.
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported: Articles I
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort 6s KLotesl Sea
r5r Our Soda Water is tho Bast "
Tho Bent VoikiuaiiHhii hikI tin; Beat Material
art obtained at tin
Hawaiian Carriage Mi'g Co.,
N"o 70 Qufn Strt
By Jas. F. Morgan.
XOaxOAOSS'S NOTIOE OF BALE.
NOTICE IB HEItEIJY GIVEN THAT
pursuant to a powtir of Dale contain
ed In a certain mortgage made by Antone
Ilosn and wife ul Honolulu, to Cecil Drown
01 me same niare ana or rtseoru in me
nee 01 the Heglstrar
WIELAND . EXTRA PAI.E
Lager Beer !
PB3Pt B. Q. "Q-A.E8LIO."
KOLLIBTBR &D OO.
Have made another Large Importation of
RmikI of (.A CONSTANOlA ami KL COWKT
of Cunvfviimes In '
LIU-r 108, on pages US, UU und 27, and bv ft CntinnilVDC tAD OR PDUTC
said Otcll llrown duly asslKned to V. II. L OUDUUNDAO fUK ZO UuRlo
itayseiuen, irnaiee uuuer me iasi win anu
testament of J. O. Hnyselden, deceased, by
document ot record Liber 147 on page lilt),
the said mortgagee intends to lorecloae ,
said mortgage for breach ol condition '
that the property covered by said mortgage .. -,-.. ...
will be sold at l'ubllo Auction, at 12 o'clock f A 11 U'C Uf P Vff V
noon, ou 8ATUUDAY, the I lth day of . ij AU I D DIU I llllll
august, bv wie nuuiiuu niums oi jus. r.
Morgan In Honolulu The property In
aid mortgage deed described In
All that curtain parcel ul land situate at
Kallhl in said Honolulu, containing an
area of 3!) 'i acres, and being a portion of
the premises described In Hoyal Patent No.
5U5, and conveyed to said Antone Itosa by
J. I'. Mendonca, administrator of the es
tate of Domingo Lopes Hamos by deed
dated the ttrst day of April, 1887, of record
in the Hawaiian Iteglstry of Deeds In llook
10. on pnges IM and 29.
Dated Honolulu. July 13th, 1891.
For further particulars apply to
Trustee of the last Will and Testament of
J. O. Hayseldeu, deceased, or to
The sale of the above property uu
iclosure Is nontnoned until BAT
UAY.Heptnmbrl, im, at thn same timn
nnv i i
9m Kilt In Rend w Hntf Pilrt
Shapoa nd Qizm
f!nr Uii I iiwlniil KtiMti
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HOI.K AOKKT KOll
For Sale I
u sea out nttie. as ho
account of owner leaving the country.
ViV- Call or address
MM l im KlnvRlr!
"THE WORLD DO MOVE"
And so does the Messenger Service who
have mounted their Messengers ou
They will deliver PaokaoslUD to
M lbs weight) or Messages quicker than
uy any outer method ami
DON'T BK A OLAM1'
Have time and mow
7 uy a
nilng th Met.
L. M. JOHNSON, i i lfMgr.