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T -"'-fFT .
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ailttnuoo how, njtd tlm lMuorA In !
terostod in Booing atnblo and froo
goveruiuout in Hawaii cannot con
tinue to rocognizo what iloos not
exist. Thon perhaps it will ilnwu
upon the shroud authors of tho
Constitution tlint I hoy cotmnitU'tl n
blunder worso than a crime whtui
they incorporated iu tho document
principles foreign to gnvormnont by
the people, as well as n policy of
freezing out political opponents
which was itself a confession that a
majority of the legitimate electorate
of the country wanted nono of Minir
HE WANl'H APAl'EB
The following curious specimen
of English was received by the
Gazette Company iu the lat mail:
"Trieste, Juno 12th, 18!) I. To the
honorablo Aduiiiii'tratiun of the
'Commercial Advertiser,' Hawaii: I
beg you with tho proseut to sant me
for trial a nutnbor of vour respect
able nowspaper. To this attend, t
remain most respectfully yours."
Is it for being called a "respect
able newspaper" that tho Advertiser
considers this business letter so
Owing to our rapidly increasing
advertising patronago, it will bo
necessary to enlarge tho Hclletin
shortly. Readers will please bear
with us until arrangements, which
require a little time, can bo made.
Not tut Applicant.
Permit mo In say that 1 am not
au applicant for a police captain"y
h. A. Iovvse.
Honolulu, Aug 2S, lStfl.
Lots of Opium in Town
Th price of opium hn decreased
considerably during the present ro
giiiUMiwing to tho article being a
drug in tho market. From reliable
boutces it is learned that, the price
of opium is as follow: California
opium, S12 a pound; Victoria, $17 a
pound; Hongkong, $20 a pound.
This is considered very low, In fact
the lowest for years. Tho dopo is
old iu half pound tins.
Kwon Siug Wai Co. has a notice
ffafmiM jlanliaff (Mji
is a 4.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
President Dole signalized tho
abandonment by the Government of
its cardinal policy of aunoxatiou to
tho United States in his reply to
Minister Willis. Uo simply express
ed "a desire that relations of comity,
and of commercial intercourse which
shall bo mutually advantageous, may
ever oxist between tho two coun
tries." Thoro is uo hint of a desire
for closer political relations with tho
United States. Iu other words tho
rulers of tho Republic havu uo use
for tho United States now excepting
for tho purposes of profitable trade.
Behold your gods, O Israeli
AUCTION SALE OF
Horses and Carriages!
On S TUKDAY, Sopt. lht
AT li! O'CLOCK NOON,
tn front nt my 8nlo-riom I will sell at
l'ubllu Auction by onlcr of
MKS. 8. DW1S,
8 Carriage Horses
Suitable for Dray, Kxp-css nnd Family,
Xing Kalakaua's Namn Forged
The Natlvo Jury at Work.
Judge Cooper has rendered a de
cision iu Hr Majesty Kaplolani vs.
S. W. Maheloua, bill iu equity to set
aside a deed on the grounds of
fraud and forgery. The Court says
in opening: "In order that tho plain
tiff may prevail it in necessary to t-s-tablish
the fact thai tho name of
Kalakaua has beun forgrd to the
disputed deed, and, iu so doiu, to
find that at Ie3t live Hawuuaus
have been guilty of n eonpiracy lo
dofraud their alii out of n valuable
tract of land. Such a finding is not
au easy or agreeable ou to innlo.
but after a deliberate rcvioiv of the
evidence aud exhihith in the case 1
am forced to that conclusion."
There were three sigutiture.s iu ijues
tion one upon the 'disputed deed,
another attached to n receipt said
to have been given for the purchase
price of the land, and a third upon
a letter of instructions to K. M. K.v
aukai in iogard to the survey of lite
laud. Suver.il witucotei. who were
experts iu the handwriting of tho
late King Kalukuua testified that
the signatures to the deed and re
ceipt wero not genuine, liesides
their testimony, the Court hail ex
amined soveral hundred genuine
signature attached to the Laws
of 18'JO, among which weie many
writton on November 1J, tho day
prior to the date of the deed. It
was found that there were marked
discrepancies between the higua
lures in Question and tho undoubt
edly geuuino signatures of the late
King. Various other suspicion cir
cumstances are given, in which a
well known native is implicated iu
the apparent fraud, and the Court
concludes as follows:
"The whole evideuce introduced
by the plaintiff when reviewed a
such is convincing oven beyond a re
sonablo doubt that her allegation as
to the fraudulent nature of the deed
must be oounruied, 1 do nut at
tempt to account for this most ex
traordinary effort on lite part of the
defendant and those connected witii
him in this affair, to utter such an
instrument ah this, thereby endeavor
ing to defraud the widow of their
former sovoreigu and employer out
of a large portion of her estate. The
prayer ol tliu Dill Is granted anil a
decree will be signed according!
F. M. Hatch tor plaiiititl; CJ
Asuloru lor ueieuuant.
In tho breach of promise case of
Julia J. Freitas vs. Joao F. Souza,
the jury returned a verdict for
lain tiff, awarding her one dollar
Thos. Nott as principnl and Jas.
Nott. Jr., as surety, have tiled a boud
lor fU to cover costs ol appeal
against decree in favor of Charles
T. Oulick, guardian, defendant, iu
the suit against him of Agatha D.
Nott and Thomas Nott.
Before Judge Whiting at term
this morning Kawulo was tried for
non-payment of taxes by the follow
ing Hawaiian jury: Win IC-iapa, H.
K. Meemano, Achi K. Akau, .). C'ro
woll, W. Higgins, A. I'uaaloa, J.
Woodward, A. M. Kakiun, A. Kekai.
Wm. Chung Hoon, ). W. iJroivu and
C. F. Kauakanui. A unanimous ver
dict of guilty was returned, to which
counsel fur defendant excepted. A
M. JJruwn for prosecution; S. K.
Kane for defendant.
John Hapu was put on trial for
robbery, tho following being the
jury: A. M ICakina, S. Kamaka, K.
George, Win. Chung Hoon, L II.
Halualani. J. Woodward, S. K.
Moses, W, Higgins, C. A. Long, M.
P. ItohiiiHon, li. I', Keoiualia, J.
Crowell, Still on. A. M. lirowu
and 0 W. Asliford for proM'tuitioiij
J. K. Kaulia for defendant.
The mail for Sail KmiucIhco by the
8. S. Height yesterday conilsted of
1809 lutturs ami WW pnpors.
L. B. KKItlt'S
I 1I.WK JtTST KKCr.tVKD A
I.AHOi: AHaOltTMKNT 01' . .
ami Latest Styles.
Tlli:aB GOODS WIN. 1B SOLD IN
ANY Ql'ANTlTY TIIOM A
100 Yards Down to Enough
to Make a Single Salt!
- AND AT
Hard Times Prices!
L. B. KJ2KIC, - mi'dntku,
mvi'x nv Tiir. -
OLD ARMORY HALL,
Monday, Sept. 3, 1894
Grnml March uoinnit'iiccs iromptly nt
tt i M.
Kwry MiicUer i reieiChU'il to bo on time
Miiltlu niakolliU Tin. UABril of tliu i-cai-on
Nmiu li.u tlio-u Muskcil will lie nlluwvtl
on tin- lluur until ufler all Imvn mini ihkeil
No Ma. I; must lie iiiiuivt.l mull ml res
uro uuiiriliM. .uiyoiiu iIoIhk ho will lie
luriul (rum lrl t'uiupuiiu u.
Just nail tlieiii over, (mil tu-inorrow wo
will luivn tlioin In touw piuinlnt'lit h'oru
ninilie, wliluli will Iju iiniiuuiu'eil In tliu
p.ipurN, u yen win tec tliciu u.-cjlj nml
il yen ilon't Miy tliuy uio llm most luuiitl
tiiliiml i.ivU-iulilu that wero ever B' veil
well, o.i 1 1 iid. Yuii nudd nut uu untiiimed
In h-vl lint you won them utthu SOHUliT
.KN Ol.Uo llAii.; they will boa crualt
t.i von mill tn uu Tliu bent ef all la. they
will be uwunleii "fair uml i-iiuur." Tlie
I iilue.s mo uukiiuwn ami will uiuku their
ileemluu while all uro In iiian'iu. At the
i-oiniil ol a Oont! all will (iIcuhu an.einli e
at the platform, when tho wliiniiii! partlea
will liu called up by Costiiiiiuiiiultho I'lUm
uwunleii llifii iiinl lliuie. The winner
mUKtilivn unimuk iu tho prewnt-o ul ull,
bo everyone can uoo who wiun.
I'lrat Vritu Ilest DroKseJ J.a-lv i harac
tor; A. Imuilsomu bilk Ureat I'atiern,
heuuiul 1'ruu btcimii Hem Drimeil I.aily
ClmrrtOUT: A riiipmh Allium.
'Ihinl I'rUn I'liiMiluit l'Vmille Clmruc
ler: Uuo lurl.lhh 1'lunli Hint, 4x'tfent
hi-vuliil Kiuiiiiext remalet'liuriiuter: One
half iluoti ti"Hi I MiIvit Hii .iu.
lie si ntilaliiiil l-eimilo l luiMCter: The
Klnt-iit I'.iir of hluii'd In town. If tlioy
iluii'l lit, the j'lilues will tell oil wllcrv to
ol mem I'lialiK'il.
Ili-ht "h.inl 'inn-.
plillllll I lux I'lirnsl lll'liu
I.aily ro.liuiio: l'ivn
I'lrnt i'rle-l'llieit DrutbOil Mule I hitr-ucti-ri
bei'oiul Klnt-Hi llnoH. il Mule Uhurueler:
One-half domi hllver ripuulis
lull ii-xt liri-Hsi.il Mio t'liuruuturs lb x
(lmi I''iliel llitviiliu ' Igars.
rie nml I'anolc-I llreiei Mule I'liarac
ten lllii I ml Oil hl"V.j.
I'et ' luir.l tliiuii" Mule lliurnuttr; One
le-ira the nliiivu liieutliineil l'rles
el In r will lie c'Veli um, mi t hn ill'i'ri'luili
ul ihr j elci'i ler wrtliy rfpieMiiiiuibiiei,
tttr I U Kl.'lri Inr aln at miiUIi'h Mum
blnreiiiiil the lilili' Ice 1'iiuiii I'arliirx,
0W I. vtr liti ly eiiinii uml linvu llm
bl-t 1 1 ' uil I'V'T liiel mi the l-lii'iK
, l)l.il I) ' l illVlll'll lll'lll till) I'lU.iillMIl
- I'ltl.i; linw mi view ill M H.
Uvy' tutu, 7 I'url htnet. lll'.'-lt
Tiwinitt Aug J.V
The short crop of rice in
Louisiana and thf Cnroltnas
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 tne utuciency.
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 usual 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. Una'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 ptople whose
tastes i tin largely to O. P. S.
made more fn quern visits to
the cave than Mr. Hna is
aware of and the. supply was
exhausted. Should it be pro
ven by subM-queut ai.alj.M
that the water is unfit for
drinking purposes, Mr. lina
may still Jeel nappy over ins
discover) for his land 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
For a Sunday morning
breakfast there is nothing bet
ter than baked beans and Bos
ton brown bread. The people
ol Massachusetts have waxed
fat on this diet, and have uti
lized beans, and will do so for
years to come as a brain food.
In the opinion of the uostonese
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. They go to
vou 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 runainud with us
all this time because your at
tention was not called to them.
They won't be with us long
now because you know we have
tnem ann because tney 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
knowledged by twenty million
lamp users in the United
States to be superior to any
thing ever used.
Let us impress up hi your
minds that in quihty, quantity
and prices our goods are just
Hawaiian Harttwara Co., lti
jrt cnuT WKMMT.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Hnrk "O. D.
to us the
is now due
KDWAY At POKTEIt. Leading Furniture nalM
f tho Hawaiian Dilantin.
obinnon Blwh, tmiwtmu fort aud Nuuaiiu.
iKht hnnn irip of Hotel ulronl Knttijf wmi
Largest Consignment of Furniture
KVElt SHH'PKD TO A 8INOLK FIRM ON HAWAIIAN BOIL,
And will Coiibist of Evcrythiiiff Needed to Furnish
Irwt iimtiiriHtu of Kiuk Ptuuituro,
irl cheap '' eh W have on hmii
Wiekei Waro. Sofaa, KoukitiK Chairs
ill vou call anil prion tliww itimvU
a House from
Baby's Rocker to a
. Solid Oak Bedroom Set
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76
Ujlhtiitt you waut In Dming-room Kuiutlum
nythinj? you want in Bedroom Fiirnitum
oil nnu ninu u miH'iifi wiiu uniw ouu v.imiir
JL n" w"' And a enntplet rixli tn afllnot from
ud at prti-tt to nun the Kml
, well a the riint t.tiriMiaaer
O humr it ouiupleU- wiMiotil Mall.tewie,
o hotiDe in Honolulu "ll the goodi ibmi Utaii ln
uu'lyou nerKl aome Live tee KMAther or Sllh Khl The? inaka
aiidT I'llnw ntf (iimhlnni
From rt lurge und varied stock the undernigned would drw
particular attention to the following :
'.oinprimnK' Cidiforniu Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oato, Corn.
S3f t uddition to our twual Htoek of these we are now
currying Wanhington Bran, Oatu nnd Rolled Barley.
Thene ure eueh possebhed of strong feeding propertit'H and
are well worth a trial by all interested in Btock.
J-. O XT R. """-
Royal and u Cleveland " Baking Powders I
rettj Window Mhattaa iu all colora and tiae
ole for yotit window in Wood or Braaa Trim ml inn
f coume wo uiual not torttvt to tneuttuu
ur hatidaotue Oarvml Betlnnttn Set in Soldi Oaa
epalniiK at roaeotiatilo iat
eoovenntr 01 upnnmiemn ruriniiire ttwviaii?
oui Kaf Ohalra thdore buying liwhei-
ilea of all ize with Chair and
lernwird to riiaMb
Nil. t !
H n, ilk. irtii imit
uv.'riHoi 1 1
VtlHkli ln'' - -r.
HU( K SA 1.7
Ham hAnis urn a
llntia.it unit lU't Haircit
eti-nr r ii
Tilh i i
A lltM.U. t.tl .l .) hi -,M.
verytxxly known we matte (oaturr of Interiur DeooratlUR.
toryltotly known Mr Go. Ordwar who rnakea thi aaper-ial fesi.
I V evoKnixed aa the cheapest huttae In Honolulu
JL llalilllty. Proiuptnna and Dispatch li our raotu.
Bkm. 2fi TWLEPHOKBB Mutual 44
f ' IP II. . t. Mkt.Mr
i.roui f.iiKil'n urovnrit.ii
'!, a muck woll' KnglUL UruvvrUm
t.il.Uv MnNitll A Ltbty' Ottund it
Ktohnrrtiliiii A HnMitn't nonil
Pi. Imin i. i
MA OVA HON I
7S im I" v
A lTH- Trirv
I' A Wit-
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAIKIE STOl'KS OK
FlK!!i!iiinii smpiis. Qavflware, Dp? Goods.
t. Bit. BlL
ALWAYS ON HAND AT MOHEUATK PHI0K8.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
"TIME IS MONEY"
TO BAVK YOUK TIMB AND MONKY UOTII STEP IN TO
Hopp &, CO.,
No, "74 Kline Street.
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles
The Bust WorkmiiiiHh'n und the Bent Material
a iv obtained at tin
Hawaiian Carriage M'i'g Co.,
"NTo 70 Qunen Btroet.
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Guods! Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Price 1 1
I HAT PLAOK IU AT
We Iihvh a lot of New Oooilh to nrrlvn ly the "Wililcr" hiuI llio "llryunt," anil to mukw
room wu oll'ur our prutuut nuierli btock of
thut It will pv you lo Invo-it In i
In Oak, Walnut anil ('nrly Illruli of tint I'ltent jiatterns nt sncli tow prlren
nui iv yin in iiivu-ii in hi. in u
H'u our Kli'L-ant AhHurliiiunt of
in nt oncti.
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In htilH mill bliiKl" jiIi'och to Mult uv.-ry tit-1 nml nvory pookot.
AMi KINDS OK MANUKACTDUINC1 DONE IN
Furniture, -:- Bidding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Best Quality of Live Gese Feathers. Silk t'lois, Hair, Mots acd Exclslor always on tiaod
tr- Ml onlom from llm oiliu' InlnmU will I hi nlli'iiildl lo In n iiiiiiini'r tluil will ln
HiiroM Ihfiiuiliiii Try uh oihii mill joii will uuvur I'ltvn uu, lor our KuoiNuru nuw uml
vtyli li, uml wlil Im wt'll iuU'il uml nuiuu to you nt Hitti 1'riuiuit.u i ilrin
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINDOW MM -XtXT'' r,,ur SHADES
fauKixolnl onlvm for nil Mucin ol I'lirnlliirn will Im IIIIimI nt lutti'nt nrlici '1'rv
Il mill lie rniiviiuitil. ' '
Uailcy's Woven Wire Mattresses Kept iu stock.
An Kxrlunr-il llplinUlnrtir ami Decornlor U Uy t yimr mtrvlon
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner Foxt 6 HEotol Ste
rr Our Soda Water is tho B
PE3IL S. " OA.H33LiIO."
lluve mailc unorhtii' Lavft' Imptirtation of
Hriiirlt of IM CONHTANOIA and
lant;H AHHortmnut ol
Cor Wf In Rnnit or Rntv Pitit
8hapw ud 8isa.
Cor hr J MMAkiit Rtnwti