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FRIDAY, AUG. 31, 1HH.
If the Bri.i.rm's "olwHnacy" on
tlie matter o( recognition is "stupid,"
as tho morning organ lcinilly re
marks, Ihcro is reason to fear that
tho Advertiser is ntilii'ti'il wltli
tupidity of nn olist innl o fori. That
paper seemingly m not yet re
poreretl from tho lien' rao ng.-iin.M
President Ciovelaud which pos'Mctl
the P. G. ami it supporters. If
annexation vt in iglit, one could
understand tho attempts of our con
temporary to make political capital
against tho President of the United
Slates, of which attempts it give
the following sample this morning
Advices received bv tho mail ves-1
terday stale that efforts are being plaintiff, appellant; J. Xavahi for
made by the enemies of Hawaii to Uf-udaut
induce President Cleveland to give I Judge Whiting has rendered a do
uotico to the Hawaiian Government ' clsion sustaining the demurrer iu W
of tho abrogation of our reciprocity f A. Diur vs. Hop Yune Co., on the
treaty, alleging that the amount I ground that plaintiff has not set
of duties remitted on siiuar bv it are I forth a uooil cause of action, and
needed as rovenue by the American j
Government. In view of tho late I
vote in tho United States S-jnate on ,
the subject of Hawaiian reciprocity.
there does not seem to be any reason
to believe that it will concur iu any
attempt to abrogate the treaty, al
though it is possible that tho Presi
dent may be iueliued to take action
on his own account.
This is utter rubbish. There is
aot tho slightest fear that tho Presi
dent will do anything to hurt Ha
waii or even tho Government of the
Republic whose members did earn
resentment at his hands by their
illy public attacks upon him when
ho simply stood for the rights of tlie
people of Hawaii. Nobody iu his
senses would believe that Prcddeul
Cloveland, even if he had the will,
would interfere iu any way with the ,
ree uroe IvtrentrnrtiirCJonureM l.ml ,
placed the following claiuo iu the
new tariff bill: "Provided, further,
that nothing herein contained shall
bo so construed as to abrogate or in
any manner impair or affect the pro
7isions of the treaty of commercial
reciprocity concluded between the
United Stales and the King of tlie
Hawaiian Islands January HO, 1S7,
or the provisions of any nut of Con
gress heretofore pai.vtd for the exe
cution of the ame."
When the Advertiser says I hat the
"Di'LLETW hints that Cleveland will
soon overturn the ltpublie," it
takes gross liberties with the truth.
What the Iki.txriN did hint, and
what it sincerely brlieve-, is that the
United Stutes Government- -no mat
ter what party may rule fur any
time being will expect if not exact
from the Government of the Hawai
ian Islands a full recognition of tl.o
rights of the people uho hiippoit
civilization here and proxide the
revenues for the public service.
It ought to have s;itulld tlie Adver
tiser that tho Ik'MxriN caudidly ac
cepted the fact of lecogiiition with
out waiting for the leturu of the
patriotic party's delegates from
Washington. At the bame time our
contemporary need not be tniiftzuil
at this paper's venturing of n vatici
nation of possible further changes
in tho government of the coun
try within a not remote period.
When the Provisional Government
consummated the establishment
of a republic here, it committed
a revolutionary breach of faith
with its supporters which they
are apparently condoning. The
Provisional Government was estab
lished "to exist" (wu iitioto from
memory) "until such time as terms
of political union with the United
States can be arranged." Its viola
tion of this plain contract with
those who stood by it at its iucep
tion and throughout is a fact that
justifies any scepticism regarding
the good faith of its head and mem
bers toward either its own support
ers, the people of tlie group nt
largo, or tho Great Powers ehielly
interested through t heir citizens and
subjects hore resident or holding
important Etukes. Tlie morning
organ may depend upon it however
it squirms at our statement of palpa
blo conditions iu contradistinction
to theories that its liege lords will
be jealously watched and held to nc
count both within and without the
jurisdiction which they hold by the
agency of "force and fraud" as de
clared oflicially by the present. Gov
ornmeut of tho United States. Jf,
as is now suspicioned not without
grounds, they evade or avoid their
original policy of annexation they
may bo broudit to account at ail
earlier stage than the subsidix-.d
organn and the other principal liene -
ficiariei of tlie ho called ''lteimlilie"
Mr. and Mm. Itoe gave a liirlhda
party at their residence, lierelania
Mreet, ye. terday evening A palule
was fired from a Hiuall cannon
cauBiug tremori in the heart of the
warriors, as they thought it was a
royaliiit iiprlHing. Tlie iniuutei
patroliuen were the only brawn who
rode up to the Iioiino and inipiirul
into the matter. 'Jhn explmiiiiiB
were heard all over town ami the
telephone oporatuM went liopt ir"tly
buy for half au hour aiihweiiug
Closing of Accounts in tho 3 O.
Wilder Eatnto-Term Buihi'-ns.
ludge Cooper tn-day admitted (ho
will of the lain Dr. Geo. Trousseau
to probate. Tho executors' are
llruce Carlwright and II. K Meln
tyre without bond.
Tl.o Sfitne .ludo approved tho ac
counts or A. F.Juddiiiid W I'. Al
leu, adiuiutlratoro with tlie will an
nexed of the estate of the late S. G.
Wilder. The admiimlralor report
I'd that lliey prcciittd tlieir first nc
ount on Aprd 12 J. I&J, the receipt"
'( the dato of the account being
512 J.I 12 M), and tlie expndit tires
$t&!,l7i7i, and that they had there
ifter presented to the l'robito
Court, semi annually, accounts of
tlieir receipt and "dUburscmenti',
aui'iuutiug in all up to and includ
ing tlu lat account, dated Octolvr
111, ISM, to th. sum of $IS(UM1I)2
for n ceipt, and SH1,7;I(5 OS for UU
btirM'iucnls. J in Ige Cooper has overruled tlie
motion for a new trial iu tho case of
1 alula L. llavseldeu vs. Wnliitio.vw
C. V. A1ifonl and C. Drown for
more ep.'ei.illy a", the action being
upon a dishonored draft against the
drawer, it i not alleged that notice
or imlionor was given to the drawer,
nor any waiver of such notice or
e.xcii'0 for not giving such notice.
Leave for plaintiff to apply within
ten days to amend, otherwise judg
ment may be entered for defendant.
C. Drown for plaintiff; P. N'eumauu
John llapa was tried for robbery
btforo Judge Whiting yesterday bv
the following Hawaiiau'jury: X. M.
Kahlua, S. Kamah.i, K. George, Win.
Chung Hoou, L. II. lialiialanl, Jos.
Woodward, S. K. Moses, W. Hig
iu. C. A. Long. M. 1'. Kobiusou, G.
It. Keomaka and J. ('rowel I. A ver
dict of guilty, three dissenting, was
rendered. Defendant was sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
six years. A notice of motion for
new trial was iriven. A. M. Drown
iiihIO.NV. Ashford for prosecution;
iv. ivauna lor ueielliiaill.
Ktdialcmnuua was tried for house
lirenkug by the following jury;
Wm. Kaapa, A. i'uaalo.i, L II Ha
lualani. A. Kekai, J. Crowd I, G. K.
Keomaka, J. W. Knaheo, Aehi K
l;au. J. I'iuao, J. S. Kalakila, Jos.
I woodward, il. .Manners. A iinani-
mini verdict of guilty was rendered.
Defendant was tcntcnccd to im
prionmcut at haul labor for five
years. A. M. Drown and J. M.
InviiNoit for prosecution; defendant
conducting his own defense.
W. 11. Coulter is on trinl to-day
for robbery, being nTiiud of de
spoiling a Chinaman. The follow
ing i the jury: J. C. Cluuev, J.
Alex. Lvle. J. J .Siilliiau, 11. J.
oltc, F. W. MeChcHtinv. J. T. Wa
erhoue, Jr., W. 11. Wilkinson, C. II.
theit w, F. Iltirtncc, It. K. Dilling
hain, X. Gedne, Geo. V. CaMle.
V. O. Smith, Alt iin-y General, and
A. .M. Itro.Mi, D'puiy Marshal, for
prosecution; defendant conducting
his own ih-fctise.
Uy Jan. V. Ulortrnu.
ice Slock at Auction!
Ou Samrday, St'iitcmber M,
AT ts o'uuk;k noon,
I will nil ut IMIillo Aii'lleii, at my 8 dtr
rtiiini, tjMivn Mn-'t,
Peoi!b's Ice & ReMerallog Co.'s Slock
PAIt VAI.17K, tl'O
Jaa. IT. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OP
Horses and Carriages!
On S TUKDxVV, Sept. lbt
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
In font nt my ftier.m I w 11 tell ut
I'uijliu Amu on uy nr.HT ui
MltH. b DAVlb,
8 Carriage Horses
tiultulilu lot Dray, Kxp in unit 1'ainl
MOJUO AGUE'S NOTICE OF ALE.
NOTIOK IS IIKIIKIIY UIVKN THAT
iiiruuiii to h puwxr nl Httiu cimialn
eil hi n certain iiinrliiuu iiiielu liy Antone
Kott uiul iln ul lliiuoiuiu. to (Veil Jf row ii
f llie&iiiiiK ij'e unit nl rH-onl in ilm HI-
lice u( the Ki-uii-tiur nt Ciiiivtyiiiinis In
1. 1 Iji' r lUn, on luiueH "ii, id Hint il, uml Ii'
-iilil (Veil liruwil ililly axulniieil to !. If.
lliiyxclilui, trii-tce iinih-r tliu laxt will uiul
tesliiimmt nt J (). Iliiyselilfii, ilucfiiM-iI, liy
iliH-liiueilt of ret-onl
nun fi.'U liiium
117 on i-uiEO L'I'J.
iliv hiiiiI MiiirtuiiL'Du liiiuiiilb to iori'cl'isi
snul inert I'liiie lor lin-iiuh of eoiiilitlim
tlierum uoi.talm-il .Nulli-i- In ulso j;iv-li
i hut tin- prnrty L-ovcrfl IivkiihI iiinrinne
A III ll HOIll lit I'llllllU All'-lll,lll l.'d'l'lui k
noon, mi h'A'l L'UD.VV tho llth ility of
AniMik.1 lit llu MllKlitifi iililuu if Ida It
j Miinii In llomiiulii I'lic iro.nit in
-uiil n uituuie- ili-oil ui-iiiTilii-il l-
All diut n-riHln piri'i'l of luii.l sllmtlf nt
K'liiln in Hiiil llonoluln, iiiiuuiniii;; an
nrtiiof ll'.l .'.'I iiuruk uiul l-t'Miu' .1 iiii.tloii of
i'ii' iirt'lnl'ii-iliMTllMil in K nl Piiteiil .No
'" innl cmiNoyeil lo il AiiIiiiki Horn Ii)
J 1'. MiMiii'.ni'ii, aitinliilrlr-itor of tlin e
inn. of lie..ii).fj L'ik-x Itmuoi Ii iIh-I
i.iti-i tie- Hr-i tin v of tirii, InV7. ol n-eoro
In lne 1 In welle ri Iti'i'lmrj of I'ceiU In II.Hik
UK. on jini'tiK .'I unit 'J.i.
IMieif Honolulu,. Inly I ltd, Ml.
I or further o.irl nlnrn iiet.u lo
K. II ii.vm:i HKN.
'I'mnli-e of the liikt Will mul Ti-lilliiint of
J I). IUmiI.Ii., del rii-i-il, or III
(!.i'll ItmiMtt, Attorney.
ftr- 'I h file of fin nhovit proimrlr itn
ier foreiiliMiire U io1hiihh1 until Ha f IMJ.
)A Y, Hi..lt-inl.Hr I, hll, tliHi,Hiiir 1 1 lie
"tll'l il'iw IIII7.M
ililHito UlWi Pa. L'li
Vac 'ui. Aug. CS. 1M1.
The shurt crop of rice in
LouMitna ami tliy Otrolinas
Was had a visibh: fU'.c.t upon
th Hawaiian in.nkct, liccattsn
the dealers in the States hail
to import from here to assist
in making tip the deficiency.
In California the Chinese resi
dents are willinij to pay a
higher pi ice for liee grown in
China on account of a d ft :r
ence in the kerne). With a
war on between China ami
Japan, and indications of a
continuance, it is not probable
that the ustiil shipments will
be made from either of those
places, so that the Chinese
Californian must cat 1 laxaiian
rice or go hungry. In addi
tion to the advantages of the
Reciprocity Treaty the Ha
waiun 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. tiV
man with a eood hindsiirht
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. lua's cave have been
published, .each different in
material points from the other.
Until theoneliirui.shedby Prof.
Lyons and published in an
afternoon paper, our analysis
was not seriously qut'siioiicd
and we fail to ste why the in
gredients mention! d by us
wit not found by the chemist.
It is possible, owing ti the pub
iicily gien, that p ople wIiom:
tasts run largely to O. V. S.
nado inur: fn quent vUits to
the cave than Mr. lna is
aware of and the supply was
exh.iiiht''d. Should it be pro
ven by Mi'vequent rtM.iljM.
that the water is unfit fir
drinking purposes, Mr. Eua
may still feel happy over his
discoverv for his land may be
well water-d for crops, ami by
the. use f 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 Missachusetts have waxi'd
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 Bustonese
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 filty cents and three
quarters of a dollar according
We've had lunging up
against the ceiling in our store
for months past a little contri
vance for holding whips, so
th'-y always remain straight.
They have rt.mainvd with us
all this time because your at
tention was not called to them.
Thi-y won't be with us long
now because you know we have
them and because they are
cheap. A?k for a whip hanger.
New hanging lamps an: wel
come in any house. We have
a lot on which the prices have
been made, so low that thi y
open the door to your house,
liven if you use electricity you
will find a lamp a good thing
to have about the house in the
event of electricity failing e
believe ours are very close to
date in the matter ol stjle and
quality. The burners we know
are right because they are ac
knowledge d b) twenty million
lamp usi r.-i in the United
Slates to be superior to any
thing evir used.
Let us impress up n your
minds that in quality, quantity
and price our goods are just
Hawaiian ttanf ware (to., 1 1
TIME IS MONEY"
TO 8AVK YOU 11 Tlili: AND MONKY BOTH STKr IN TO
KIOI3T c&, CO.,
ITo. 74 Kling Street.
' turn n lot of Nhw (lomli to arrive liy the "Wllilcr" ntul the "llrnnt," uml to tnnke
room w c ollor our recnt superb Mock ot
In 0:ik, Walnut ntul Cnrlv lllreh of tho litest patterns fit Ktirh low nrlrei
(lint It w II ptv ort In Intcst In lln m ut once,
tin-our l.lccmit Aortmpiitof
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In cN ninl slnglo ptrcps to suit oviry tatto and owy pocVct.
AM, KINDS OK MANUFACTU1UNU HONK IN
Fuvnituro, -:- B dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Rest QoHlltr of Lire Gs'te feathers, Silk Flo's, Hair, Mois and Eicelstor always on bund
Tfc- All nnlpra from thn other lMnml will ho nltpmlrd to Im mnntrr that will In-urj-im'l'fflnllon.
Try us onin ninl )ou lll invor Imivh os, tor our pmxlr nro new nml
ij-ii ii, uini win oe wen ickeii bihi eunic wyou t tan j-rniici!-c norcs
Upholstering Goods, Cornico Pules, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINDOW WrilB,.ffi,,r,iilwd,0WI'r SHADES
fflt-Spr'nl onlirs for alt klmlsof Knrulntrc wltl he filled at lowest trlr Try
It ntul he iMiivinTil.
Bailey's Woven Wire Blattre.iseg K'-pt la Stock.
t- An KTiwrlciiivwl ITplinNlnror ami IWurntnr U l" nt vnr wrvKre
FVihii h ltitm untj vmiod stock tho tui(luiHlgni:d would lr
(iniiiculiir uHiMition to the following:
iimpntfiii!.' Californin lluv, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran.
MiddlingH, 0at8, Corn.
5 jS In addition to our UHiial stock of thenv we are now
Hurrying Wanhiitgton Bran, OutH and Rolled Barley
I'in-hc nn- each )OHH'SMed of strong feeding proportieR anH
.re wi'll worth a trial hy all interested in stock.
IpT T . C) TT "P? Cnlliorofcn and
-i. a-i v- v 0.-V Wanliington SUIb
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders 1
1, .i , ..
Ul-,'f(.Otll I'lu-w i a ,,
KniilUli IMi., v i,, ....
'al.flillil I.. i.Mii
HAH H '.'OA 'HMh.'.t
I 1 loilmik ivi.wli'' Un., ..rih
Or . i, ilii.uk vxU'a Vinjluii Ur'iiHiiM
i 'hliy U'-NVj) ft Lltitiy' UHniiMi ..u
Kt.-hH'rl0i d Uolililn't OnliliMl B.L
?S tid l
k larifr itri
liAlldi: sroi.K8 OK
'kiimiiiB mtA. liidwiirii, Dry Mi
Mm, Fmllift fin. Hit.
ALWAYS ON HAND AT MOI'KIUTB I'UICKB.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
07 lltii; SI.. "Toiuiia Block.'
Uoioal lelh m
P.O. box 207. 5
( MiinHMo, .);iji;incsi' ant! Indiwi, (. i '
Iti'liati Sill.H, L.iccs mid Linens,
.Iiiihiucm.' Crapes, Chinese Muttiu,
Silk Ilniidkerehiefs, SIiiiwIn and hearth,
(irass Cloth, Rattan (Jhaiih, Ktr., Kii .
5TirA Coim.l.'teTVlLOIUNO MhTAIililSflMlflNT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of I'higlihh and
American SiijtiugH. Perlect lit guaranteed.
A FINIS LIN IS OF
Wickor Wre m
51-53 King Street
ani)iii.; hi iu ..i.
uti, n... -..i-- -n lint i,.i 4m'i
l'(U. 4 1 N,
t II) A US
h .llni. . (, ..I i -,i,.,f
Rtr.., HU .
& "Siar" Kerosene
91-5)1 Kllifi i 0Hr Biuiuihi Jl
oiuil Tdib. m
P. 0 KOI U)
OK NTS' HATS!
& 407 King Street.
TTifHTitm, PIPE SMOKERS!
Just Received a new lot from the Factory
of tho Celebrated
PIPES. (;iG.lt AXD CIGARETTE HOLDERS
Irj. wft-z."bcr a.zia. 3wEoorsc3a.a-.a.
YAX MATCHES ALWAYS ON HAHD IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
HOLLISTBK te OO.
HDWAY Si I'OKTKIl. L-wllnR
f thp HnwatUn TkUiiiIk.
oblimiiii UltHik, tmtwiK.u Kurt
iK'it hnml iiIh nl IIhImI ..Irwl
irvel uintt ol Knit- Kuruitiirn.
irt ohnnp for "h Wi but
h'Vft Wnrn. .Su(n Itm-KtiiK (MiMirn Ml.
II) Tim rAll,Atiii ririi'" tliMi tffMvU
3-JK uytlntiK yiu wmit in UniiuK -
.nythitirf ynii wnnl (n lllnHm
ou ou lnu im upiiHi wiib
in will fSml ,.iiintilHt Umi
uil st pru-r to nut trti- iMMitt!
o m a thi riitil purrhn"
i Imllir l miiiill- nlltiout
it h)ti In Hnnnlulu l tb
Dti't you li"l miui- Liv(.4h
nlT IMIInwi vul 0ilil(.n
rftty WiihIiiw ."SliAilnr ii, ill oiiliiip siid tit,n
nl tot yum winilnwi In U'nort or BrM Triniiniiiir
f court. - imiri iii)t lorKMt- U
III hMiiUoitif. (Nnrv.u ll-triX'tn
eiBiriti st rniMouit)ir titti.
ivovxrllltf Ol W)liollMrMl Kliriiltnr aiMMitll
our Kniv tliftin- Unfurr Iimviiih rJliwwlinm
iIhk nf It.i u-il.h t'limrH
vnrylNMl; Kuohi, iiinkr- a ftutitim ot luleriur DHirailu,
rylxlv Kiioivm .Mr Hi )nlv whnnmKrt lhl rwwinl fMinrt.
iiiii.wt if tlie ,iti-titiit
"IlKliilitv, l'roMitiiM mid
Bwu. i2" TKhKPIIONRS - Miti aj. 4
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles !
The Best Workmanship and the Best Materiul
are obtained at the
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
1To. T'O Quen Streat
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods I Prumpt,
I H I I'i.M'.K IN AT -
Benson, Smith & Co.,
W our soda water ith.
(jrllw nu UrciilH
u ImM friim
- - tfrvMlt 'rtpM thmi 1i
KmjiI hnra u Hi Ik Kliwtt Tb-f tnki
Sntu in Sllil IUI
Mint SI()honriU U ini4li
hoiiim in Uoimlutu.
DmpKtoh ! ou? mnit-i.
Attention! and Low f rices I
S Hottal Btu,