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Hut KrtahUah'd for the Urn fit of All.
TUESDAY, AUG. 28. I8WI
A rocent Loudon despatch says:
"The United Status Government
hare withdrawn tlioir warships from
the Hawaiian Istauri, where a n
public has beou proclaimed, having
decided not to meddle with tlio
detelonment of alTair thuro in tlio I
future." Our republican rulra are
to be congratulated on iMr .uccj j
in disgusting tlieunuea Mates uiin,hamnia3 rt)C0;v,.(l j9 cl,art,,r
their bail ruauners touarci us cuiei
The humanity of tho l'olicn De
partment and its heads is tthown
by tho treatment accorded to Arthur
White. Mr. Whito while under
bonds for a serious charge is also i
..j.ii... ,.. nin. ii-,i;. n.. ! I
UUUDI L lULlllClfl 1'tl iilVtltVl j ....j.
unable to leavo his bed. Yet the
polico go to bis houe, aud while he
is in that serious condition of illness
they remove him forcibly to prison
under pretence that ho might run
away, ill as ho was, as his bonds were
not as high or as valuable as they
ought to be.
Mr. H. M. Whitney, editor of the
Planters' Monthly, has issued a neat
brochure entitled, "Tho Hawaiian
Coffee Planters' Manual." Besides
a history and description of coffee
culture in Hawaii, it contains notes
of the methods of coffee culture
practised in Guatemala, lirazil, Li
beria and Ceylon. This little work
ia certainly timely aud ought to be
of much value to tho many people
who believe in coffee growing as a
future great industry of Hawaii, but
have ouly a hazy knowledge of the
steps to bo taken to successfully en
gage in tho enterprise
It distresses the waulng Star ex
ceedingly that tho lk'LLtrriN admit
ted the truth of tho recognition
news without comment. There Is
nothing very flattering iu having
tho young but early decaying even
ing organ ozpress anxiety to have
the opiniou of tho Brixcnx. Its own
columns are so barren of original
ideas that it must needs seek a
stimulant, aud if it cannot find an
other it resorts to the brain pro
duct of its opponents, utilizing
that article shrewdly by present
log the reverse of the argument.
If the Star is terribly anxious to as
certain what we think about l'resi
dont Cleveland's action, in recoguiz
ing and complimenting the Govern
ment that he asked lately to step
down and out, because, as ho said, it
was established by "force and fraud,"
wo may gratify it to a limited extent.
Wo think that the character given
to the sitting President of the
United States by the Star people,
and by Hatch, Judd and Joues,
along about last December aud
January, had more truth thau either
poetry or politeness about It.
By Lewis J. lrfivoy.
Household -:- Furniture
I am Instructed hy Mk O. O. N.M'A-
YAM A (on milium ot departure, to
sell at I'lilillc Auoliim. ut IiIn rerl-
dunce, I'nlaoi tiiiar. adjoin.
ItiK tlio 0lTU JlullMI.
On FRIDAY, August !IU,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
All His HoBstbold Furniture and Effects
Pillar Extension Table
B. W. Dlnlnj; Clmlra, li. W. Hlilfbonnl,
One II. W. Marlilt'-top Hudrooiu Set,
One Slujilo .Murlili'-top lludrooni Hot,
DPflOLSTERED PARLOR SET
Single Oak lleilnlcail, Monulto Kitu,
Hpring anil Hair llutiretisi n,
1 Oil Painting 'Volcano'
Lrg Ontt-r ami Sum 1 Jtiii'H,
Katun Clinlra, CIihiiiIuIUth and l.niiiii,
Maple Wurilrolw, '.' Clillilrcli'n Cols,
1 Maple Combination Cheffooier
Bquare I'lano, Kluuiv ('lii'lliiiilur,
Maplo Hor'tarv, Itevolviny fti-crctury,
OHice Table uiul C'lmir,
Set EDcyclopeoia Britaaoica !
Whatnots, Jniines" HmohIh and (Uirios,
JapaneMH Vuki'm, (Monks, (.'luckury,
Cntlury anil l'liitolwarti.
1 Wilcox ,V Ulbliti rjcwlnu Mnolilno,
1 Domestic Sewing Machine
Vlntlirui B'ovti anil Klu.lun Utuuillx,
Bera U lliilc. 1'iiiiltiy,
Cockntuo ami Hiiuirruf,
Meat Hutu, Ico lim,
1 Family Carriage I
Brake, iiiailu to orilurj
1 Oarrhcu llnnu, Ktn., I'.lc, lltu.
Hav. Hono a III lieopeii for liii'ii) Ion
TllUK.SI)AY,(roni 10 a u Xu'iv. u
Kditoii Hi cm-tin:
In this tuorniuit's Advertiser there
appears a statement said to be taken
from a letter written to Mr. G. E.
Doardtnau to the effect lhat( the
charters of all Jnpaueio immigra
tion companies, other than Ogura V
Co., have lapsed, and that the said
linn of Ogura & Co. are the onlv
persons now able tobring Japanee
laborers here. This statement is
Ctlfonud misleading, as tho charter
of no immigration compHiiy has
lapsed, but tho charter of tho Moiji
luiiu Kwaisha has been revoked on
account of misrepresentations made
to tlio immigrants who leit Japan
on tho Aikoku Mnru in Juno last
The Yokohama ( ICnltfai Shokumiu
I irom mo uapaue.'e uovuruiiicm, aim
the said company is able to furnish
innnev than anv other company ha
uuut'i vuna vi iiiuiu ttiitt twi ivth
over furnished to tho country. The
member of the said company are
well knonu throughout Japan for
ttR1jr l,rbity( and for tho benefit of
tboe who may wish to do business
with thcm.l irivo herewith tho names
.. , ri . .........
of all the members in full: M Yoko-
yama, T. Akaboshi, S. Murioka, 11.
Mntsumtira. M. Si.va.
Atty. in fact for tho Kaigai Shoku
Honolulu. August -S, lS'.U.
Ship John Eua Has a Bad Tlmo.
The Sydney Telegraph has an ac
count of shippiug having had a try
ing time through Bass Straits, which
contains tho following: Like the
John Carswell, tho ship John Eua
has beou having a bad timo iu the
Straits. A telegram from Melbourne
states that the John Eua was spoken
by the tug Albatross, and tho mas
ter reported that ho had been beat
ing about tho Straits for tho last 20
days, being unable to mako headway
owing to tho adverso aud boisterous
weather. He, howorer. wished to be
reportetl all well. Tho John Eua is
a four-masted ship of 2700 tons,
sailing under the Hawaiiau flag, aud
bound from Port Blakoly to Port
Pirio with a cargo of lumber.
One Chinese for opium iu posses
sion pleaded guilty iu the District
Coti't to day aud was fined $10. Ono
native had sentence suspended for
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Rare Ferns and Palms
On WEI)X12DAY, Aug. 29
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
A thi Itc-lilenre nf Maj.iii J. II. WODK
IIOl'.SIv. lllulmnh mn.it. m'Jolnln tin
lltivtl.iii 1IM. 1 will n'W ut I'ublle Auc
Uiin.ii Clmlcd klid Kiro Lot nt
PERNS, PALMS, ETC.
1 1'.' i 'J'
UOUlOAOkE'S NOTIOE OF SAXE.
Votht. is iii:iii;iiy uivbn that
l iurntntit ton ht ul tulerontiilli
eil In a ci'rt.ilii nmrlplui inilili liy Anl un
i'uii uiul wife ut lliinuliilii, lo(Vcll llpinii
ul the ttutiut iilurt ami of rminl In tin Of
;U'f of tin- Ui-Klstrur of i'oiivi.miiiii'i' In
l.llk-r '0. on pni;i' -", -'Ininl j", uiul l
oiilil t'rrll llruMii duly amilcniil to K. If.
Iliiy-i'iiliii. t ru tic iii.iIit tlio lit t will ami
ii'iiaiui'Ui of J. (1. HiiVMiMiMi, iKtoi-cil, liy
liHMiiiiiMil of ri'diril l.lliijr ll'on kiku'.'Iii,
tlio mini iiinriKKKt'o liiti'inU la lon-oln-f
tnlil iiiorUiin' f"r linm'ti of romlltlon
ilivri-in coiitiilinil. Nolle) In iiImi kIvcii
timt llio property roviTiiHiytiaiil niorlpiKi'
will In) olil ut I'ulillo Auction, ut l'J o'clock
iiimjii, ou riA'l I'ltD.VV, tliu 1 1 tit iluy of
AiiKUi't, at llm luiition roonut of ,lu I'.
Miukiiii In Jloiiolulu Tin prourt In
huiil nioriKiit'uiliH'ililcvrllK'il in
All that ciTtitiii purci-l of liinl nituittn at
luilllil In caiil Jioiiulilu, t'untulnlii)t nn
uri'uof 3ii 'J3 ucri'n. uml ImIiiu u iiortlon of
tliu prfiiilscn di-H'rilxil In llojul J'utmitNo.
..'ai, uml fiuivevfil to mul Anione ItoMi by
J 1'. Muiiiloiioa, ailiiilnlrtrutor of tliu en
tale of DiiiiiIiil'o Uijiez Kamot liy ileeil
iluiuil I li llrt (lay of April, lbi7, of reconl
in tin lliiwulliin ltfnNtry of Uenl In Hook
lll on jinui". '.'I uml '5
Duifil Honolulu, July 13th, IK'Jt.
I or (iirtlier iiiirtn'iiluru upoly to
F. II. HATblU-DKN,
rrtmUe of tlit- lout Will anil Tetiiiiient of
J. U. Iluyvflili-ii, dfCfft'ud, or to
tW Tli uttle of the ahovu iroTerty un
der fnr'Olojur In iotjmed until 8 AT I) It
DAY, KepttMlT I, INM. Hi th nnie tllm
mil i.Imt- 1 107 INI
Will tike ii limit" 1 milliter of I'uplU
htnlJuii'-oi I.llllm Htreet.
Mutual Tolophono XG3
JOHN T. BK.O-WN,
Dealer lu liunulluu nml Korul(;u I'ontHe
Utampa. I. O. Jlox 111, Hutmiiilu.
MiKi.cMt i rleei jjlven for Unused and Hud
HuHiilliiii Htaiiii3 lu uxcliuiiKH for otlur
ooutitrleu from llrst-olasi upprovnl Htteotn
HIieetH forwarded to any part of tlm Inland
on ui.iilicatioii with town reference.
J T. II In open to meet uny collectors hy
Partner Wuntod in OU Voneoring.
Work to onUr. Would like to net a
l'Hrtner lu the bunlnena, to fttrnlnli ma
chinery and, if dnpiralile, learn the hunt,
neni Hae water power Hump-en nf tlif
work cuu bo teen nt the IIii.i.kti.n Oilicu.
10UI llii WI1.1.1.M JIAMSKN.
I'OFKK-iOlt IIUAIII.KY (HVIIH IKS
L niiim III HlnuliiK, I'lano, Violin httil
'Cello. Trmx, J hii hour. l, httlf hour.
Iliivlii).' linl 'J'l jeurt,' e.x. er ni'o hi Or
eiiuini nml I'hulr rruluer. he NoiciiIoiiii
eii.'iii.etm'nt lu tho-e rpiclllin. ilei-t i)f
lenlliuoliiiiln Al Kmiiia ttn-t Mutilill
'leli-plionu I -VI. lll.i-i'u
in iiTTi'iti: a i.i, nn. is roit
1 ill riikliii! will I ii itiMililo on ir
li I) II hie on r'tenl
illiil lo retort lo lhi
it lull. Wiiiiin rouii ulUil lo ri-Kirl to thi
ruin on m-euiiiit of the ImiMuy liii-ollnei
inn uiiij'iiiiy ot our iimii-riiiKiiiit iieumiiii-i
ulnr liinuiil-i aruovi r.
I.n A WiMUtm. .Miiuimir.
Ji.moiuiu, auk, ':i, ikii. ir.o-iw
Hamlin Hirlvin Gil, I'll
Tuca lap, Avg. ZS, tHU.
The short crop of rice in
Louisiana and the Carolines
has had a visible effect upon
the Hawaiian market, because
the dealers in the States had
to import from here to assist
in making up the defiuency.
In California the Chinese resi
dents are willing to pay a
higher price for rice grown in
China on account of a differ
ence in the kernel. With a
war on between China and
Japan, and indications of a
continuance, it is not probable
that the ustul shipments will
be made from either of those
places, so that the Chinese
Californian must eat Hawaiian
rice or go hungry. In addi
tion to the advantages of the
Reciprocity Treaty the Ha
waiian planter profits by the
demand made upon him on ac
count of the war. If any of
the planters are gifted with a
superabundance of foresight
they have been made rich by
bringing it into play, while the
man with a good hindsight
loses a dollar and seventy five
cents a bag. It's going higher
and unless you want to throw
your money away you will lay
in a supply now.
Several analyses of the water
in Mr. Hna's cave have been
published, each different in
material points from the other.
Until the one furnished by Prof.
Lyons and published in an
afternoon paper, our analysis
was not seriously questioned
and we fail to see why the in
gredients mentioned by us
we not found by the chemist.
It is possible, owing to the pub
licity given, that people whose
lastes i mi largely to O. P. S.
made more Inquent visits to
the cave than Mr. Una is
aware of ami the supplj was
cxhausti-d. Should it be pro
vt-n by hiocquciit analysis
that the water is unfit for
drinking purposes, Mr. Iina
may still feel happy over his
discovery for his laud may be
well water d for cops, and by
the use of an Improved Stone
Filter the water may be made
suitable for any use that may
he f qui red.
Ir ' a Sunday morning
breakfast there is nothing bet
ter than baked beans aud Bos-
ton orown oreau. 1 lie people
ol Massachusetts have waxt-d
fat on this diet, and have uti
lized beans, and will do so for
yeais to come as a brain food,
in the opinion of the Mostonese
nothing can take the place of
beans, The grocers here sell
them and we supply you with
the most elegant pots to cook
them in that were ever turned
out of a factory. I'hey go to
you at fifty cents and three
quarters of a dollar according
We've, had hanging up
against the ceiling in our store
for months past a little contri
vance for holding whips, so
thry always remain straight.
They have remained with us
all this time because your at
tention was not called to them.
Tiny won't be with us long
now because you know we have
them and because they are
cheap. Ask for a whip hanger.
New hanging lamps are wel
come in any house, We have
a lot on which the prices have
been made so low that they
open the door to your house.
Even if you use electricity you
will find a lamp a good thing
to have about the house in the
event of electricity failing We
believe ours a--e very close to
date in the matter of style and
quality. The burners we know
are right because they are ac
knowlcdgt d by twenty million
lamp users in the United
Srates to be .superior to any.
thing evi r used.
Let us impress up uj your
minds that in qinihty, quantity
and prices our goods are just
HflWMiiwi Hnrdwru (Jo., I ri
i)iilnlli Hr, i Mi
tli7 WV)UT TMWW'I.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Mark "C. D.
Largest Consignment of Furniture
KVKU KHiri'Kt) TO A 8IN0LK
4.1 , , 1 1
vim win i-ousiht oi i!ivervtiniir iNeeueri to rurntsn
of Everything Needed to
a House from a
Baby's Rocker to
Bell 179. TELEPHONES - Mntnal 76
From m lrge und voried stock tho undcraigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
imupriH.njr Cnlifomitt llay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran.
MiddlingH, Oats, Corn.
In addition to our
earryino, Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
These ure each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
Nil 1 Aittftj, li lli
M M i M Jl
f.tvrriijol i'-ohiw, in ,i. .,
Hl.t-lHIi lKi .
HIU K Ha IT
Ha Ha'ihs Hths
in iihi rMiMitat. 'fii.Tii
Hlniawfill'a E)tiisa Uivurl.,
l.lhliv. McNoll ft lilbby'a Otnn.ift ..u
Rtrbxrilaun A Bnlihir' Ounn-d
I'lk ltn.it -
A Inrgt ri.i
i'litiiiHiiaii hikpIhi!;. MWm, Dry Mt
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
"TIME IS MONEY"
TO SAVE YOUK TIMIi AND MDNKY UOTH STKl IN TO
HOIDP) & CO.,
USTo. 4 Kline Street.
W hare a lot of New (looilii to urrlvo liy the "Wilder" und the "llryant," and to ntakt
room mo ollur our pre out uapurb btook of
In Onk, Walnut and Curly Illrcli of tlm lutont imtterni nt Hnoh low prireu
timt It will pnv ou to Invest In llii in ut cmco.
Sen our i U'Kuut AxiiorlniPiit of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In fcvtti and nln;le jilrc-eM to suit ovrry taxtu and every oekot.
Al.li KIND8 OF MANUKAOTUltlNQ IJONK IN
Purnituro, -:- Bi-dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Bust Qiullty or Live Geese Feathers, Silk Flots, Hair, Mois and Excelsior always on band
IU All nrilorn from tlmotliur IslnmU will liouttindil to Inn mniuior timt will In
Mini wuliifiuitliiii. Trv, iih onro nnd ynii will nnvur lnv ui fur our uooiIh uro imw ami
btylih. iiud will lio well nit-i-il und come to you ut Han Frum-ium iinin
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp k Buttons
WINDOW (" "" H,v Arx;,"S.w,wl '" ordl,r SHADES
tm. Him'iil ordt'r.1 for ull klniUol Kiirnliiiru will ho IIIIihI nt luwul prlrrii. I ry
It ninl lid i-nnvllKOil.
Bailey's Woven Wire Matlresies Kept In Slock.
I A. An KiimrlHiii'fd lIiliiiUtnir and llncortor U aUayt at your wnrle H
FIRM ON HAWAIIAN 80lf.,
.1 fit t . fT9 .
Oak Bedroom Set
iwunl stock of these we are now
titttn n.i ila-i rt"n
1 . l ! Mil. ,.-
'WaH ifi4in . 4 -i,.Mt
Hmwn Mr i. )''
& "Star" Kerosene
STOCKS OK -
firoclcry, Fmitm. Ett.. Kit.
UDWAY A FORTEK. LwuHnjr
f the Hfiwftiiao Inlands.
ohliiMiu Blued, titawet-.il Port
ight hnnii olnn of Hotal Mr(t
ireot lmwrU.r of Kiiim Furniture,
irt uhtoip tor ih W hsv nn (inurl
ii-knr Wnru. 8o(m, KouhlUK (Jhir.
II) you '-all anil print In ffonH
uythiii( you waul in Dinitig-PHitu Kuruitura
nything you want Id Bwirontn Purnitum
ra uu can ainu utj aiijiimi wuu
JL on will find i-fitinilmn 'took
.... .J.. . IL
ml at prut to uil tin inMi
wo II a fhf ril-l itiiTPliautt
o houit I iomill wit Imul MatWfAA,
O hone iti Honolulu ! t.litv tfooHt nbm than
on'tjou tit! ooiut Llvtt tit
atmv Killow anil (luimnna
rutty Wiudu MUmIcm iu all oolon and tix
ot for your windows in Wood or Bra Trlmmtntt
f Kuttrm we Uiiwl out lorgvl lo (nontiou
ur hamlaomt Oarvml BHiritom Httta In Holio Oat
opairliiK at manouablD rat
ivovHniiff of Uphoiatrn rurtiiliirt cpMUMitt
I ry our (Laar Cltaim iMturu tmyiu dlMwhtrw
aJL aIiIm of all Ixm wilb Chain ann 8ldhoan1 to
TnrybtKly kuowi wt uiakt- a (Hatun of lntorior Doouratinic.
eryboily knowa ur iv. dnlway who makM tbii aaptrtaJ rttunt.
coKnir.tnJ m tto tihnapMnt
l lability. fromiituMn and
Bkll 2ft TKLBPHONEH Mutual H4o
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles 1
The Best Workmanship
obtained at thr
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods! Prompt,
THAI PLAOK If AT
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner F'ort St. EXoreil Qta
r5r Our Soda Water is tho Bast -
FE1R e. S. "Ca-ABSLIO."
Uuvt- inutie uiiothur (jart Importation ot
Hraiifl of UA CONSTANtJIA aud Kl. COMET A
lanH AKnoitmont nf 8hpet and HistM.
Km fcU In Hnnrl or Dntf Pilrt Onr Rfirt I Vamhant Rlrwm.
tll. 4 . , J,
vnur sun t-jriit
to twt from
KAtliHir Milk floa fhif mall
houw in Honolulu,
Uinpatcb our moti,
and the Best Material
TO Qunen Street
Attention! and Low Price I