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SATURDAY, AUG. 25, 1MM
Tretident Cleveland Doos tho Act In
Washington, Auk. 8. Whilo Rtp
sentntivti MeCroary, of Koutucky,
was presiding over tho cotmuiltoo of
the whole in thu Hutiso this after
noon, ho was notified that Socrutary
Greshatn desired to sou him iu I ho
Speaker's room. Wliuu Mr. Me
Creary roturued to his chair after
the interview with tho Secretary ho
declined to Fay what had occurred,
but it was subsequently learned that
the Secretary had notified him that
the Roiniblic of Hawaii had horn
officially recognized by thi Govern
ment. The official announcement
of tho recogntzauco will probably
be made to-morrow.
Washisiiton, Aug. 0 The Ha
waiian question came to the front
again in tho House to-day, forming
the subject of tho most spirited and
interesting portion of tho proceed
ings. Mr. lintitollo raiiM-d it as &
question of privilege. Ho repudiat
ed the reported imputation that in
introducing tho resolutions recog
uiziug tho Hawaiian Republic ho
had sought to obtain a partisan ad
rantago for the Republican party
and said that ho was desirous only
of maintaining tho honor and dig
nity of tho Government and of ob
serving tho unbroken traditions of
lue country ami m iongrcp. no
criticised tho failure of tho Com
mittee on Foreign Affairs to act
upon his resolutions aud denounced
the Hawaiian policy of tho adminis
tration, especially the last act which
he described as tho grudgiug, halt
ing, secretive recognition of tho
Republic of Hawaii by the Presi
dent. He was called to order by
Mr. Outhwaito and Mr. Coombs
(Denis.) and required by the Speaker
to take his seat, after he hid evoked
rounds of applause from his Repub
lican associates. Before taking his
seat, Mr. Boutelle unsuccessfully en
deavored to get uuauimnus consent
to move that the Committee on For
eign Affairs be discharged from the
further consideration of his resolu
tion and that they be considered by
Tho filo of tho Chicago Times ha
been received by the Arnwa. In its
Washington letter of the Sth the
"There is tho best authority for
the statement that at the cabinet
meeting Gresham brought up the
matter of tho Hawaiian republic,
and Cleveland, after a general ex
pression of cabinet views, decided to
recognize tho island republic. To
day tho Hawaiian legation was noti
fied and it is expected to-morrow
McCroary will announce it iu the
house. This will take tho wind
from Boutclle'sealK n!ii Hawaiian
resolution alto conn up."
Tho next day's despatch to the
Times contains the following:
"A letter of congratulation and
greeting from Provident Cleveland
in tho name of the boiled States li
on tho way from Washington to
President Dole of tho Hawaiian re
public. The recognition of the new
republic was finally decided upon
this week and tho moasago was
framed and mailed esterday
throuuU tho regular chuumde.
There has never been any doubt
of President Clcvoluud'n course iu
tho matter and of his recognition of
the now government of Hawaii as :i
de facto government. A few da
ago a letter was received from Presi
dent Dole conveying tho formal nu
nouncomout of the proclamation of
the republic and tho inauguration
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
Household -:- Furniture
I m Irmtrnrtcil liy Mn 0. O. N'AiW
YAM A. (on account of i'iirtuni , n
sell ut 1'uIiIIh Am-il'in at lilt ri-il-di'nre,
1'alau. njii.ii, adjoin
ing lliu 0i-r.i Houm,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
All His Household FurnitUM anil Effects
Pillar Extension Table
B. V. Mnlnp Chair. II. W. Kiilclionril,
One H. V. Murblr ioji lln room Hot,
One Majile .Murlilu-top lUilrtmin Hot,
UPHOLSTERED PRL0R SET
Blngln Oak Ilcilstciul, Menult Nets,
Bpringamt Hair Mut ivdbrh,
10il Painting 'Volcano'
Law Center and bum I Itut ,
ilaitan Unulr-., rinimli-iUrnn'l I nnii,
Maple Wardrobe, a t'lillilren' i ot,
1 Maple Combination CheiToiiier
Equare I'iunn, Kliuny f'liHI'oulur,
Sluplo b'rurtturv liuvulviuu brerolnry,
Olllco Tahiti and Ulmir,
Set Eocjrclopicia Brita'iuka!
Whatnots, Jupnt9" Rworils mid I'urloi,
Japarion Vusi-x, C'lunU, ( uoUt),
Cuthiry anil I'lalo lain,
1 Wilcox .t Ulhiit bunhiK Maohlno,
1 Domestic Sewing Machine
WliilhropS'oviiaiul hltrliim Ulitiif 1'k,
Brva' ts IIuiIh, I'diilliy,
Cockatoo unit Siinlrrut,
Meat Hutu, li liox,
1 yaxxiily Carriage I
llrald', niii'le toimlor;
1 I'arrlan" llonu, Ktu,, 1'lc, lUo.
IK. Hoii-u will huepuli fur lii'"'(" Ion
on TliUltHliAY, hum IU a. h. to .' I', u
d Mot now ir.vinimont. Tim lot lor
was laid before tho cabinet and ha j
been under consideration, whilo tho '
house eommtttoo on foreign affairs
was debating whether it should re
solution for recognition.
With tho lotter of greeting to
President Dole was Rent a lottor to
Minister Willis ratifying his action
iu provisionally extending tho usual
recognition to tho republic.
Frank P. Hastings, who, iu tho
absence of Minister Thurston, is
charge d'affaires at tho Hawaiian
legation here, has had an interview
with Secietary Gresham, and was
told that ho had beou formally re
cognized as tho roprosotitathoof tho
Tho proceedings as to tho lega
tion hero woro simple and formal.
Minister Thurston on starting for
Hawaii had left Secretary Hastings
aschaigo d'affaires ad iuterim for
the provisional government of Ha
wall. Itv tho same mail which con-
vexed to" the state department Mr.
Willis' notice that ho had recognized
tho now republic of Hawaii, Mr.
Hastings received his credentials as
charge d'affaires ad interim for tho
republic. Those woro from Mr.
Hatch, tho Hawaiian Minister of
Foreign Affairs, directed to Secretary
Gresham. Mr. Hastings laid his
credentials bforc the state depart
ment, aud day before yesterday re
ceived the usual notice, statitur that
tho department had received his
credentials and recognized him as
tho ad interim representative of tho
COMMISSIONERS COME HOME.
Washington. Aug. 10. - Four mem
bers of the Hawaiian commission
who enmo hero to secure redress for
ex Q'leoti Liliuokalaui or prevent
tho reeounition of tho new republic,
loft for Honolulu via San Francisco.
Their mission was a complete fail
ure. There is every reason to bo
liove also that tho envoys failed to
seo the President bnforo his de
parture for Iluzzard Bay. It is un
derstood tho position taken by tho
Stale department is that when tho
United States offered to restore
Liliuokalaui on granting general
amnesty aud she refused, tho ad
ministration considered tho relations
with tho ex-queen terminated.
W. 0. Wilder received tho usual
advices from his son, Chas. T. Wil
der, Hawaiian Consul-Gcncral at
San Franoisco. by the S. S. A row a
today. Mr. Wilder transmits tho
following news from F. P. Hastings,
Secretary of Legation, Washington:
'President Cleveland has recog
nized the Republic of Hawaii, aud
his gn-otiugs are on tho way to Pres
ident Dole and Minister Hatch."
Tho Miuistor of Foreign Affairs
has received from W. Q Grcshum,
.Secretary of Stale, a reply to a nolo
enclosing nu office copy of a letter
from Pre-iileiit Dole to President
Cleveland Ho says ho had deliver
ed tho letter and that President
Cleveland's reply would bo forward
d through the Legation of tho
United Slate at Honolulu.
Minister Willis left a letter for
Pro-Mont Polo at tho Incentive
building this morning. Owing to
tho flliKoiiCH of tho President, who is
expected back from Molok.ti to mor
row, the contents of tho letter nre
unknown. It is probably a note to
make an appointment for tho formal
delivery t Prcbidout Cleveland's
letter to Proddeiit Dolo by the
United States Minister.
By Jan. F. Morgan.
Mortt'ai'ou'a Nntico of Intention
I-undone and of Suto.
VT"Tli K H lU'.ltl'.IIY (1IVKN THAT
i. s dy v ri ii ot u HAir ot n-l- cuiiinlnul
Inn ii .tit n molt u'uihiti-il tho Ut ily ot
Auit'Kf. A. I). iK-3, nmi'e hv KKKtM'U w,
otliiTwi.u kiuiwn us Kl'l'l) w, ot l.ulu,
Kouluulut, li.il ot Oiihii, ti Jiiiiih Ii.
Mult Jr , of llotiolnlii. hi i-alil lalmil ot
Oaliii, im 0'ilfil In llii'0tllc o tint Heclf
iiurof Ci'iivyiiiK m, In Mher Ii", (nllo I '
timl Ut, i' lid ukiiiiI hy lit hulil Janu-n It.
Holt, Jr., to A J. t'srtnrliiht (now de
viii.il), at Ts ll t cu ut the KntJ'e ot It W.
Holt i.u'iMHMl.l)) nit.iiiiiyitilit'eil Mari'h
J. 1 -7 iiml rfi-oMfl In llit olHouuf tl o
n,il U-k rtmr In I ll.cr UA 'ollun In uti 1 it.'.
Ilriiif l.irtv.-rliiht, 1 ril tn- ot lliu Kalatu ot
It. V Holt, mle of hiM Honolulu, ilu
tiiiM'.t, inti'iiiU to fiun'InsH nnM inorti'Mii
ftrti lir.uuli o' tliMMieiitloiK In xiilil inert
Kii" ( outuinol, M wit: tho non-payiiiunt
oi lioth lliu principal anil InU-rnt whe-n
.No'k- I nlo linrehy Klvrn, tlint nil nml
t-tiiK '" ihi linxli-, tincniciits nml here-ilemiii-iiti
In hm'iI inortKiiKO iniitaliu-it ntul
tie crll'u I will liu colli at pulillu micilim ut
iIiimi ii'tiuii loom ut Jmnt l Morgan on
ljucfii Mrti'i. In mill Honolulu, mi WUII-M-,I)Y,
thu JithiLiynf AtiKiiit, A I).
ls:i. nt 1J u'olook imon of Milil il.iy.
'I ho property Iu aihl iiioi IK-IK11 Id thim
ili-i-rilml, vl :
All thoiii two ciTtaln plm-us or tiirpi'U of
Iiml i-iiiiatu In KhIiij, In tli' Ixluiu of
K'imiiI. ouo ot Milil llawnlmii llaniln, i-ou-tnlnluu
iu nl an nrt'u of iiiicrfx, 1 rooJ unit
IS . n-uiM unit Ii. lint tli" kiiih prumUoi
ili'i'rijinl in K'.val r.ilint Nu JOuU JjiihI
oiniiiiijlim Auuril No .IHjl to J 11. I'ut'-
TrilMlcuol lliu IMiitoof It. . Holt,
Tcriui lath. liit-iUut t'Xiuri of pur-uiiu-fr.
1. I-'or further parlii'iiUr apply to
.1, M. .Mo.s-Hit r,
Attorney for Mortga tec.
llatoil lloiiolulii, Auk I, I Mil. Hit) St
MOIIVQAGEE'S NOTICE OK 8ALK.
XTOTICK IH IIKHKIlY OIVKN THAT
is purMiant to a power of buiu uoutulu-
imI Iu rrrtaln iiiorli;iifu niailo hy Antoiiu
Itoiu unil mIIi- of Honolulu, to Cecil Ilrowu
of thu buiuu plaro ami of rt'i'onl in the Of-
lift, of thu lii'RUirar of t (iiivcyunrBs In
l.ll.er IUH, no luiuus Uj. Uilmiil 'J7. anil h
Ills, no pane- ii, IIiimi '.'7, mill b
inlil Cecil Ilrowu ilulv aiKiituml to K. 1
ii.tyxeiiitiii, tru tt-u iiiuinr urn lum uui ami
mstuiuunt of .1. tl. llaVMtMun, ileieasfil, hy
ilouilliii'ilt of riM-iiril l.lhur 147 till iau 'J1U,
tho haul inurlnuKcu Intcmls to toreuloMi
Hahl inortuRj-M) for hrciivh of condition
therein contained Notice h nl. glveii
that Ilu propvrt covered liyfcalil mori)tiitu
will hu bo Id at 1'iihlic Auction, ut I J o'clock
noon, on KAIUKUAY, tho tlth day ot
AiiKUbt, at the auction mount of Jim K,
Morgan In Honolulii The property In
ha id iiuirtj' i)! ill td ilcicrllK'il Is
All thill ci rluln parcel of laud situate at
Knlihl In kiM Huiiiilulii, coiuainlnj; an
nreuof !Kl il acrei. and IiuIhk n iiorlloti of
the nrtniiitt.'-iilfucrilii'd Iu ItoMil Patent No,
.Vi.'i, mid conveyed to Mild Antoiiu Iticu hy
.1 J. Menilonca, iidinlnUlralor of tho cs-
into ot DniiiiiiL'o Ui)x Umimi by iiifii
ilitti'it ilie llrt iluv ut April, lhh7, ut rrcont
in tin- iiiitwiiiiui iti-Ki-tr) of iimiU in iii.uk
,;:i!.'if,;.mi!.i.',': July isn.. i...
For (urtliiT n.trt tilnrn uimlv to
TriiHlciiot lliu luil Wlllmi'l Ti'Mitnii'iit ut
J, (J. Iluytu'lilt'ii. ili!(.'viiM'i, or to
Ou'll. lliiowN, Attorney.
rmr Tliu mlii ut thu uIhvi nroixutv tin.
tier (ori'i'liitiiro In iotMtiri until HA'l UK
DAY, Hipii'Milii-r I, INK, ot the taine Hum I
nc ,1ph IID7.1HI I
Tliurslny, Avij. 3J, .v.4.
The situation of Hilo gives
the people there just reasons
for pride. The scenery from
almost any point will attract
visitors and the delights of a
day spent on Locoanut Island
are sufficient to keep them in '
the vicinity indefinitely. Hestde '
this, the roads through the
country have been put in a
condition that makes it tempt
ing for people who enjoy a
carriage ride to the Volcano.
And fiom correspondence pub
lished in the daily papers, as
well as reports from foreign
ers who have spent a day or
two in Hilo, th residents there
are an hospitable set. Hilo,
then, may be said to be a mo
del town for tourists. First
because of the way the people
receive guests and entertain
them and because of the at
tractions which nature has pro
vided. Kan, the other gate
way to the Volcano, is less at
tractive only for the reason
that the conditions are not suit
able for town building and there
are consequently fewer people
to finish what nature left un
done. We dp not wish to im
ply that the people of Kau
could build mountains, but
if the population was larger
the government might listen
attentively to the request for
better roads. The drive from
I'ahala to the Volcano was a
pleasant one in the days when
the road was good, but just
now it is in a condition that in
vites the attention of com
petent road builders more than
tourists. We have no doubt
the improvement will come in
time, for it's a matter that in
terests every one litre indirect
ly. We have no doubt tourists
would derive more pleasure
from seeing both sides of Ha
waii if the facilities were right
than to si only one. The
money spent by victors comes
to ever) one indirectly so it sip
pears iu order for the business
people to unite in pi'titioning
the government to put the
road in order.
We put up a 12 foot Geared
Aermotor for the Honolulu
Dairy the other day to be used
for cutting sorghum. The
manager of the dairy had
doubts as to the power of the
mill to do the work. A three
horse power engine would not
do it and it was not believed
that enough power could be
developed in a twelve foot
Aermotor, but it does the work
perfectly and at no expense
for fuel. Now, then, if a twelve
foot mill will do this where is
the limit of a iC-foot Geared
Aermotor. In addition to run
ning a No. 4 triple acting pump
that will discharge ten thou
sand gallons of water per hour,
it will run a grindstone, a
lathe, a feed cutter and dear
knows what else. The Aer
motor and a pump of this des
cription will irrigate anything
from a lawn to a rice planta
tiuii. We have added to our al
ready large stock of garden
rakes an assortment of new
styles that are bound to jump
into favor with people who like
to have clean lawns.
We have a stock of Hang
ing Lamps, which for elegance
of finish, durability and power
of the burners commend them
selves to everyone, even the
people who use electricity for
lighting purposes They range
in price from four dollars to
twenty and you get just double
value for your money. You
can find a larger stock in the
factory where they are made,
but not in a store devoted ex
clusively to the sale of lamps.
We're up to date even to the
hinges on our doors, which are
open from six to five. The
goods will draw and the prices
Whirligig sprinklers that re
quire no attention after they
are put in the ground have
been added to our stock, so we
I can say we have a general as-
i . ' r .1 .1 r
1 sortment of these things You
ca W ymr, y" want in
the sprinkler line from us.
ftawatian Harrtwan: Co., 1ri
'liiuNlt. Hl"'Mii' Hi.it
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Itark '0. D.
Largest Consignment of Furniture
KVEIt SHIlU'ED TO A BtNGLK FIRM ON HAWAIIAN SOIL,
A nd will Consist
Baby's Rocker to
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntn;il 76.
KrtMn m liirjji' uud voried ntock tho undersigned would drnw
particular attention to the following:
'.tiiiniiiir California Huv, Barley, Rolled Hurley, Bran,
Middlings, Onto, Corn.
S3f l addition to our usual stock of these we nro now
ourrying Washington Bran, Oata and Rolled Barley.
These ure eueh posHesnud of strong feeding properties and
ure well worth u triul by ull interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland '
N' 1 j- ii w.
W. Ot, .1 M ll
leii..i iw,hi hi it .
IC.llh 1 M t r ii,
oi k SAt.r
Ham HAtUi fnb.
MurViai t Kti(lll. liv..if i..
iltita, illittkwuU'a Kriillvii urwiri
i.'l.hy gNh A Llhliy'k 0uuui M.nv
illrlntrrlfnn A R.ihbur flinnt (nt
pi rii' "
MA Hi. a taw I
a lara nk.
l.AHOK SrOUKS OK
teMl'-R BsrtTOi, Dry Ml
ALWAYS ON 1IANO AT
Theo. H. Davies k Co., L'd.
TIME IS MONEY"
TO BA.VB YOU II TIMU AND MONKY BOTH BTBP IN TO
lEIOIDp) &, CO.,
ITo. 74 Kling Street.
W tmvn a lot of New (looiti. to nrrlvo by tint "Wlliler" nl thn "llryatit," uml tu nmku
room wo oll'ur our irotuiit mi,erb block of
In Ouk, Wnlimt unil Curly lllruli of tlm litpt juitteriiH nt hiicIi low price
tliat It will ymi to Invent In iIkiii ut onuu.
Hco our KU'Kniit Anuurtiiiout of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In ota ami sluplo jilcccs to suit ovry tto and ovary pocikot.
- AMi KINDS OK MANUKAOTlIUINQ HONK IN
Furniture, -:- B dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Bust Quilll; ot Live Gese Feathers, Silk Flos, Hair, Slots and Excelslur always ou hand
tfe. Alliirilirn from tlm other Iitlnmlii will liu nltiunlfil to Inn iiiniiimr that will In
niiroMiilHtuuilon, Try im unru uml you will ni'Vcr li'itv" iih, for our uotnU re now nml
my llli, 1111 J will Im wull p.iuli'il uml coiuu to you at Kan l''rnncin3 ptlcea
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Pules, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
UIlNTinW OI ull HUi'-iiilu or finny-1111.I littfrnl toonlrr
W laUli If ut H 111 Krumihi'o tirlc h,
IkKi"fiUil onlpm for ull UihIikjI
It unit bu cuii vim uil.
Bailey's Woven Wire Mattresses Kept in Stick.
An KxiwrleiicH Uiholiilrr ami Decorator la Uyit yotuMrrlo
is now due
Needed to Furnish
Oak Bedroom Set
Hnl "l.t Ha.r Hfci-r.t
I'lfl h"I '
r 1 .1. tn iii.i ii,.
T h If
A t.lll .ttlDI, ., .h.m, ImI,.
k "Star" Kerosene
Kurnlliiru will bu llllud nt lowent iirlrt-i.
RDWAY A PORTBK. IwtliiR
f thn Hawaiian Inland.
obinnun BWk, lnaiu Curt ami
itfht hand nl of Hntal direct
irwt tntrr of
Irt chnp fr eali
Wn havi on hmirt
Warn. riofM, Itooki'iK
ynu call ami prio thM
nything yon waul m Dming-ruum Kuruttiir
nylhtnR you want In Bwlrcom Furniture
nu -tan iio auppllnO wltb
on HII fiint a I'fimplntfi twli
ml at priiw
to (iHIt the imiifttat
a whII a t.hf
o Hume t uuiilii witiiout
n him" In Honolulu mII th.
ou'tj'oii a (MMtif LtUHa
andT I illnwn arul i;iiihiiina
oIm for rote
8bMlun ib all iHihira aud aiaua
riiiijnw in Wrwvl or Braaa Trirairttuir
( couif w munt uol fiirirtJt to mwuttou
nr haniliMitnh f!arwt BetlriMiro Sola In Hullil Oak
npainug at maeouatln tilm
'rvrttlnu or Upnoltr-t ftjrnltiin- 1 pMialt
I rr our fcaur (Jliaira Ijntutv buylutf olaowboro
Lb dImi nf all ixna with Chair ami SlilalxMird ui tuauh
TrrjUMl kinnvp lunhf a ffatiirt of lnuiiur DwootatitiM,
verylMHlr know Mr Qi, Onlwav whn ruaVM thia apIal fMium.
ecuUl7.nl a tttt tiliKaiMmt
ullalilllty. Prompt tiHa and
RKiii. rv25 TlSliKPHONEft Mutual 46
Made in Bonohilu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles I
53f The Best Workiuuiiship aud the Best Material
obtained at thi
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
No 70 Quti Street
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Guodsi Prompt,
THAT HI,MW IM AT
Benson, Smith & Co.,
t3r Our Soda Water is the
Huvf niudt' anothtti
Hrnnil of l,A
l.nrwje ArtHoi'tmont of
for fUlD in Rnnri or nut? Paid,
Unun and I'tmIIm
to uvt from
ifitorla ihniM tbao r lu
KAtht.if Silk Kln' Thnv luaka
buuiM iu Hnuolulii
Dlnpamh if our motto
Attention! and Low Prices I
& KCoteil Sta
Litrt Importation or
Shape n Bimm.
P.nr M VfhaiH Umh.