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MONDAY, SEPT. 3, m
At the intornntioual convention of
firemen, lately hold in Mont real, otu
of the Boston delegates strongly de
anunced the trolley (ulootrie) system
of street railways, as uxiwdiugly
dangerous to lifo aud projiurly.
Honolulu may as well await further
progress of electrical sclt'iii'c, wliii'li
will undoubtedly bring in ?afo ilcc
trio motors for street railways. The
Government should beware of linMx
in the matter of grautiuga frani'liNc
which might provw to bo criminal.
f-lmvlurc ought to lie valuable to
tlie involigition. Wo have licfoto
iMHOtuo figures of t ho Sealtlo Con
iolidated Street K-ulway Company,
whteh- significant nt tho outset
are, from tho report of a receiver.
His report is for th six months
ending Juno RO lat. It may hero
ba stated that tho population of
Sattlo four juars ago wa3 13,000, or
more than twice that of Honolulu.
Tho gross earnings of tho company
for the first six months of 18!)1 had
fallou olf more than 11,000, but,
owirgto a largo reduction in ox
peiise, the net earnings wero only
about 5100 li34 than in tho six
months of 1MM. Iitwceu gross
earning and gross expenses, includ
ing iuleiest, the deficit was &2u,:H!G.
3(5. AsliCtwcen gross earnings and
operating expeines, there was a sur
plus of S7,1(5.V'2 Cross earnings
less gross uxpens, excluding inter
est, jtelded u btirplus of $3,1113.02.
Tim it will bo seen that the olec
i;;w;iii;!i Mm Git.. L'i!
It delights the new haud at the
Adrertiser bellows to find royalists
giving testimony to tho effect that
oil who led in the revolution of 1803
are not scoundrels. Such testimony tr;0 tttu in that largo city is not
is, however, coiihistent with the cou-L ..j,).;,.., i(..r..j. i,t ()lv barely
Ti'ctiou that tho roxolutiou was onn i pacing it expenses of operating out
of tho greatest crimes of history ( 0f tlo receipts Anil the receiver
against a happy, inoffensive and in-, f,,rtlior shows thai even those slim
dependent people. The royalists as , ri.sl,u, nro t due to a prosperous
a whole havo reason to bo proud ' ,,aMMiger trafilc, but to a largo in
that their campaign was not based oro.IM, :,, w (tl,KlX business and a
upon slanderous personalities. It is nera) luerenso in tho power busi
a pity tho revolutionists cannot I ,.,,. Seattle's experience with its
truthfully make a similar creditable j ,.eetriu trc,.t railway affords little
tasl. Lately a prominent member ncour.igement to the project of
or Congress confessed that, misled Htartiug a similar enterprise iu Ho
by tho i O.'s propagaud i, ho had
"made a dirty speech" iu tho Senate
on Hawaiian affairs, for which he
was sincerely sorry.
XLSOTHIO STREET OARS.
Ad outline of tho privileges to be
askwl for by the Victoria company
in the charter for an electric street
railway in Honolulu is published in
tho Advertiser. Tho length of track
proposed to bo laid is fifteen miles,
and the line is to be completed in
two years from date of charter.
Everything is to bo first-class and
modern, of course; no railway cor
poration wautiug possession of a
city's streets ever failed in making
gllttoring promises. It is iu tho
keeping of the promise, when the
revenues are iu a stern chase after
expenditures, that dilllcuhies will
loom up gloomily. As said before,
we should gladly welcomo extended
and improved means of cheap transit
in Honolulu. Yet it is duo to the
public that all tho possibilities of
success bo closely calculated before
the streets are surrendered to a cor-
uolulu which is barred from the
most lucrative routes of trafilc.
POLYNESIAN RACING OANOE.
An Acquisition to Aquatic Eports in
Fred. Harrison is the owner of an
aquatic novelty. It is a racing sail
canoe of the most approved Poly
nesian make. Captain Anderson,
who is well known here, sent it to
him from Washington Island by the
ccliooiier Etutnii Ulaudina.
Tho body of tho canoe 121 feet
long by about 2 feet wide at the
middle. It has an outrigger extend
iug some ti feet from tlie guuwale.
There is nut a nail in the construe
lion, the parts of the boat being all
lashed together with cord. The
canoo carries a prodigious sail for so
light a craft, it holuir of triangular
nhapo. 2tlft x2(Wt.2lft., fitted on a
mast aud cross sticks. At tlie lout
of the mal is a crotch, which en
gages tho keelson at either end of
the boat. The canoe is only for
sailing Its outrigger is always to
It is piincipally built of a wood
indigenous to Vadiiugton island,
with a Miel; or two of coeoantH
wood. When a tack is made the sail
poration for the purpose iu quts- , i e.irried bodily from one end of
Hon. Talk is cheap, but this mat- i 'he cano.i to the other. This kind of
1r must bo looked in the face. The " "'M lo.1"; v,,r' "wUl,iXCT.
. . ,,..., I in a strong wind, at the islands
best routes Air street r.il.vays are . Ahvft h J( j4llJf ,,(,y ,, wn.,l0( ,,
uow occupieu or .mum-car eurpor the outrigger. Sometime tlio out
atlon, which has
of using eiectri
power. Is there room for two street
railway corporations iu this city?
Can fifteen miles of uow track, with
a most expensive plant, p.iy in
terest on tho investment before the
city at least doubles iu population?
These are among the question to
be fully cauvassed by ihe Govern
ment and capitalists who are asked
to invest in the ambitious t.rnjuct.
The experience of electric railtvays
also the privilege , rigger tiit.t up so thai the boy is two
city as a motive i '''l'1 '" "" n'r' Mr. Harrison will
wilti' Mil) t.Mlli'1) uiil lu inn iiiii:u mi
Mrs. Harriet Cattle Coleman ha,
our tliaultb for tho fourteenth aiiuual
uporl of the Golden Gate Kinder
giiten AsMK'iation containing 11C
pag. -vliicli gives iniieli itiiorma
turn regarding the nature of kinder
By Lowib J. Lovoy.
Honsehold -:- Furniture
Jly Jac. t. Moiau.
AUCTION SALE OF
I m In-trurteJ by Jl'IHlK HUO.W-ON,
on nrconnt of (Jei.irtiiru, lo u!l nt l'"l-
Ho Auction, ui my rijlfirotnu. iri.-
uiored (urciitivriilenvi- til elu),
ON PKIDAY, SEPT. 7tb,
AT 10 0'CW)CK A. M.
EUgut loniebold Fnrsllars and Elltcls
8. W, Bedroom Sett. !
S Fire Oak Iledroom Sets,
One Majile Ilnlrooin b t, in''lullin
One Sccretury anil DrL'sainn Minur,
Solid B. W. Cheffouitir
Black Walnut llookcasn nnl
Library u( Kiiilnent Aiultom,
W) l.lne Teli'Hi'niMi,
Jloir iiml hjiriiiK MuMretM1,
Handsome Ebony Clock
With Cliliiios anil hliuny Hliuul;
BjilendliJ llcrllu Uroiuo Statue ultti
Kleennt lHvan, uiitinUtcrcd in -Ilk;
Solid Mahogany Tulilu, Mo ilto .Net a,
B. W. Hut Rack
French Plate Mirror
A Flnu Collcct'en of Kti'liinut "Author1
ExtenHlon Oik JHnliij; lulilo nixl Chair'i,
AijiianlilN of line iltiland luiilu I. hum,
Hllk I'orilcr- l.ui'i I'urlun.-,
l-.Uivr Djaii I'lllliUi,
Coiiiilct(i p.-corntud bets of
H aviland. Oliina
Sludu hL('l:ill In Uriltr,
Kli-itnut I'l.iliil hal.id llo.liuid
Ho! Id hllvuriuid I'liittdw.ire,
Jib JIiix, bilfn, l.'i ., J.ic , I'.te.
n. Tim Aui'tloiecr ilc r-n lor.illiit
tenllun totliU halo of llluli I In I urnt
tnre, liii.iiiilou 011 VI' ll hll.vV and
T11UIIHDAV, Ktfi. Alii uud i.tli.
LowIh J. 7-iovoy,
On SATUKDAY, Sept. 8th,
AT 2 O'CLOCK NOON,
At J. 1. I'ortfcit'x Ktiih'iw, Queen htrcct, 1
ulll M-ll ut l'.ilniu A net Ion,
a M'.Mi!i:it or
Brood 11 m & Yeaii$
From Blooded Stock.
JtiH. V. Morgan,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontlon to
Foreclose mid of Bale.
xtotk'i; ih ni:iti:itv oivbn that
l.v v.riue of a nowur of cl coiitali.nl
In it ttiituin moil 11 uilntHd thu lit day of
AIIK"'H',A I) IHa, IIIUCK IIV Kf.M-U'L vv,
ntliiTui-o known in Kl'l'l' w, of l.alu,
Koolaului, Ixl'iid of I'liliu, tc JiinifH II.
hull Jr., of llniioliilii, In i-ald Iblaud of
Ouhu, iii'iiileil In Ihe ollleo ol thu llr(.'lii
imrof C.iiiVfjunt'i'i, In l.il)ttri7, folloN ll'
aiid Ml, mid tt-s tiiitil by hx xald Jioiidj It,
Holt, Jr., () A J. 'nriwrl(:lit (now d
cinnl), 111 liuticeid tli lt.ieot It W,
Holt orct'iiH -il,li nsliiiiiiilciirc'il Muri'li
1,1 !" and re'ur'tfd In lliti otllt'uof tl u
i-mtl Itci; Kfiir In I llor 1(0 foliut. Ill aud U.'.
llriKH Curtv.riKlit, 'I ru tut of ilic lMtt of
It. W Holt, jalo ol bilil H01111 tilti, tb
oim'iI, Iniciid to lorfuloKH m'll inutUfH!
Iir it lifincli o' li" tMii'litiom Iri hull innrt-
Kiio I'oiilitliad, to wit: thtt iiii-a nit-n t
oi liullt ihu iiiiu:li.tl and inturt'st whuii
No'li" Ik aire In'roliy nlven, that all mid
uz l.tr Ihe land-, t'-iiciiiunts and ht)'t
ill iiiin'iils in . tl morliiK" t-'uiiiiiiiii'il uud
ilfcrilm I ulll Ijii milil lit pulilin iiili'tlon ill
lln' a ii'iinu touiii of Jiiiiii 1". Mm nan on
(jut fii . -1 roct. in i-ai'i iitjiioniiu, 011 wi'.li
.Mtli.Y, tun Jithtliyof AiiKiitt A I).
lb il, ill I.' '. I n'k imoii 1 f Mild daj .
1 In. ir..i.-riy 111 mid ni.jrti; ij?- it thus
it m'iiiv I, vU :
All 1 In i-i) 1 tin certain ii'roi or iitii'id of
Iiml -iiiuit 111 K 1 , In lb' 1-I1111 1 of
Iviii'iti fin' ut ud II nan in l-laiiil-, run.
1 11 1 1,1 11 in id in nit'ii of I. id ret, I rooil uud
li u w 1.1 ., Mild li' lilt! 'In' t-Hlili 'lulill-t'.
iiii-i'iii 1. 1 in it'.jai r.itunt No ;oj 1 ji 111 1
I iiiiiiiiiinii Auaul No .lull 10 J II. l'.u-
'lruli'('of ihu l.-iiitiii f It. H Holt,
1I11 1'a-cif, Mi rlgi(.'n'
'Itiriit' 1 11-.I1. iitt1U.1l i'..i'iiMi of nir-t'liu-i
A, I'ur furl) it I'lirlli'iil iri iiiily to
.1. M. MoMitifiui,
Aloriii-y lor Muri;ai!i r.
Iin.d Honolulu, Auk I, IHU.
CV I lit' lo of thu uSiVM irorri mi
1I1 r iiiu'u,rc t 1 i!tiiiiird iiuill w l.li
MrtlM i,iii)iiilioru, Isil, 111 Dm tmiin
lliuo 1111 1 (.luce. IIIU-ll
Tualau, Aug. 26', ISH4.
The short crop of rice in
Louisiana and the Cnrolinas
has had a visible effect upon
the Hawaiian market, because
die dealers in the States had
to import from here to assist
in making up the deficiency.
Im California the Chinese resi
dents are willing to pay a
higher price for rice grown in
China on account of a d iff r
ence in tlie kernel. With a
war on between China and
I loan, and indications of a
continuance, it is not probable
that the usual shipments will
be made from cither of those
places, so that the Chinese
California!! must eat Hawaiian
rice or go hungry. In addi
lion to ihe advantages of the
Reciprocity Treaty the Ha
wai'un 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
tind unless you want to throw
your money away you will lay
in a supply now.
Several analyses of the water
in Mr. lina's cave have been
published, each different in
material points from the other.
Until the one furnished by Prof.
Lyons aud published in an
afternoon paper, our analysis
wan not seriously questioned
aud we fail to see why the in
gredients mention d by us
we not found by the chenmt.
It is p')"-sili!o, owing to the pub
licity gion, that people whose
rasti s run l-irgely to O. 1 S.
made mure frcciifit visits to
the caw: than Mr. lina is
aware of and the supply wa.s
"xhciuhted. Should it be pro
cn by tiuVscquiMtt uiiuly!fc.
that the vatr is unfit (r
drinking purposes, Mr. Ltia
may still feel happy over his
discovery for his land may be
.veil water d for ciops, and by
the use of an Impiovcd 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 Hus
ton brown bread. The people
of Massachusetts have waxt d
fat on this did, and have uti
lized beans, and will do so for
years to come as a brain food.
In ihe opinion of the Bostonese
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
you at filty 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
they always remain straight.
They have remained with us
all this time because our at
tention was not called to them.
Tiny won't be with us long
now because you know we have
thtm 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,
liven if) 011 use electricity you
will find a lamp a good thing
to have about the house in the
event of electricity failing e
believe ours ae very close to
date in the matter of st)le and
quality, 'I he burners we know
.re right because they are ac
knowledged by twenty million
lamp u.si rs in the United
Stau s to be superior to any
thing ever used.
Let us impress upon your
minds that in quality, quantity
ami prices our goods are jus!
TIME IS MONEY"
TO BAVU Ywt'It timij and money both step tN TO
3B:o;p;p &, Co.,
jNTo. V-i King Street.
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Wf Iihvc h lot of NVw (lootli to arrive by th "Wilder" und the "Bnant," ami to tiiakp
room mo ollor our reicnt aaiiorb b toe It of
. . b ejtd:r.oo:m: sets..
In 0k, Walnut ntut Curly Hlrch of the lntet patterns at bucIi low prices
that It will tmy jou to ImeH In Iiimii at once.
Sfc our Llcgnnt Assortment of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In M-ti nml silicic nil ccs to suit every tattc and ov-ry pocket
AM. KINDS OP MAN U FACTUM NO DONB IN
Furniture -:- Bt dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Best Qonlltj of LIva Ge!e Feathers, Silk Flo;s, Hair, Mots and Excilslor always on bund
YfU All orders from tlipollic llatnN will Inatt'-nd'il lo In a manner that will ln
ur'ft Isfai'tlon. Try us inuc and jou Till never bavt' ns, tor our poods are now and
ttylMi, nntl tvi 1 be well pscVcd and come to you ht H.ii KrAiiciso 1 p'fres
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
Fare Goods 1 Prompt, Reliable
Attention I and Low Prices I
- 1HAT PLAUtt IH AT -
WTWTinW ' " Sizes- fhln or ftnev- nnl I
litUXlYI nt 8jii I'rnticfsco pr.fi
lettered to order
1tf- Hn-p'-il ortrs for nil Muds of Knrullitri n II I Ira filled at lowest prices.
Il and lie rimvil.t'd.
Bailey'3 Woven Wire Mattresses Kop! in Stock.
VA An K"fltiiH.t lt.1iiit!i'r.r nml tti-rfimlnr ) nlwi v M Y'ltr rvlro
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oomor Fort Sa "ELot&l Bta
Bos- Our Soda 'Water is tho Best
rYui h lart and vimi'ri ntoek the undersigned would draw
particular attention to tho following:
( :iiiipriHhi(r California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oatw, Corn.
JTHS In addition to our UHunl utouk of theae we are now
mrrying Washington Bran, OaUt and Rolled Burley.
'I'ht'Ku tuv wieh lOKsefised of ntrong feeding pronertit'H and
n w w'l worth a trial by all intereHtod ui stock.
TfTp X C TT T? CalUornlaa aot
Jm lt v V- JW WaKhiBBtoa auto
Royal anil "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
UDWAY rOKTKlt. U.llnir Kurnitniv i-l.rt
f tln HnwaiiMi InUndn.
ik I ainti
tl 1 "r.
ft f M H.i in-'.
luWfMNll Clu'M M . II. ..
tfnglh llitlrt i. .
llnrrfll anil lltii h..i
i. a an
ubiiittou tilt.', b)iHtwu furl null Nunatiu
iht tiMtiil hiiIh of HiXmI tr. ftinnu
Irwt ttiiKrim tl Klne Kurtiitiiin
irt obnnp for iwh W hv .in hum'
ickeir Wre. Soiaa, UooKlnn Ohaira. Ki.
Ill fu hII and prut Miee imvU
iiythlng you waul Iu Diuintf-rouru Kunutur
uytliiriif you wnnl In B"ilroom furniture
ou oan also tin iiioIIih1 wllb CritM auil (Jraillx
on will finil niuolte uwi to aolorl from
ud at iirn-n to miU lti- ptin.i
,! wll (Iih rii'lift puri'lixr
O huUiH I ouuiilil witlioul MalllmH.
o hou In Honolulu !! tlnnw rooU "hwi Minn !.
on't ytiu nl conn. Li (iiweo K-nllir i Silk K..t
anil) I'lllmti itmt t.uoliloiu.
uu.,i. -i e.,.,
K olt. k
t n ll. !.. i fti.,9
.. .if n,
slot xt. ii r.uiiidi Uri.vuflii.
!.....,- At Hukwidl' HdkiIsi. OlOCxftio
i "nt.y all Ufil A Liliby's Oaunorl
iilflinrdson A Kohttln' Oktm.i mi
I'ih tni n.
H l.' ! -
tiiU) Wlinliiw .Stmili in all txiltim aud ltm
oli" for rour wiuiloua in Woiwl or Brsaa Triminiu
( t'ouiM. t inuni nut lnK"t lo uimitiiiu
ur hvnlo:iif 0iv( Vlrroin SU in Moliil Oak
ftntlriiiM at rnnitalil rate
ovMrtlltf of UiioImIi.ih. PiiriiiLiiii m.iIi,
I rr imii Km) (.Miniri" lnfin huyiiitf tlHMiviinr
,m nlilHk of all i7H wlili (Ilimn unit
nlilnk of all i7H wlili (Iltmn unit Siillwriri1 ui niii'ii
vnryljotly kmtv wt- iimltn , fiiaturn of luUinor lwortioK
vxrylxHtv kiniu Mi tH. tiniivny who Titkna this pMuu lMiur.
Mio'iiiir.Ht i tli ilinfil liunntf iu Houolulu,
xlUltilit.y, ProiiiptiiHts and Ulspntnb It our motu,
Reroseaa "Aiota" & "Star" Kerosene
1.AIIOE SlOl'KS OF
HhU AtpliiK. Hardware, Dry Goods,
Gwlterf, Furniture. Bit, Ml
ALWAYS ON HANI) AT MOllKltATE IMtlCEB
Theo. H. Davies & Go., L'd.
Kwong Sing Loy I SIN 6 LOY,
07 KlUR Si.. "TtiuiQii Bluet.'
Mutual lb! ft m
Hvua. of) -TKLRPMONKS Mi-thai. 46
51-83 KlnK 3l onr ItuuilHi ill
P. 0. 801 20'.
P. 0. Em 207.J Kiiuu! Tele. 68t
(liiimtHU, Jiii:tueri( and Iitdian Goods!
Indian Silkh, I.aci-s and Linonn,
Iiiiiiiiuki Crapes, CliincHi' Matting,
Silk lliiiiilkeivhiffh, Shawls and icarlh,
'hmh Clutli, Rattan Chairs, lUlc, Ku
KlLA Cuuiplch' TAIliORINO KSTAIJLISIIMWNT
with Ctnupi Ifiit Ciillors and a complete hue of Kiilisii and
Anii-ricaii SuilinH. I'erlect fit guarunteed.
yV FINE LINE OF (IE NTS' HATS!
Wickor Ware in Great Variety.
S1-S3 Kino Street & 407 King Street.
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles
KS l'b" BHt Workmanship uud thu Best Material
arc obtained at the
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
Tsro TO Qu4Bn Street
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
Just "Received a new lot from the Factory
of thu Celebrated
3. ns. no.
IMIMOS. CIGAR AX1) ClftAKMTTM HOLDURS
In. -ftur.lcr asxd. Si&QQxac'ixa.v.m.,
WAX MATCHES ALWAYS Oil HAND III QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
ftowftiias ilfcrdwnro (!n., !il
fnmilii HiMihI' Ii rti
m; pnHT 'W'RWH'T.