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in a fnk for the pnrpoo of f,i"ilit't
ittff Ibo Cliinoao Un. (If this rofms
to fho reported los of ovor 1SIO0
Japanese who landed from warships
and transports, that news appeared
in tho San Fraueieo papers of
George Ho3inar of Boston defeat
ed Fred Flatsted of Maine in a sin
gle scull raco for SIRO a ide nt Point
of i'inos on the 2.1 th int
Alonzo Kendall, the Kalamazoo
aeronaut, wa killed nt Ivalaunzoo,
Mich., by lojiutf hold of hi para
chute at a hoight of 100 feet.
Business is steadily improving in
the Southern States. j
0. H. J. Taylor. Kecord.r of
Doods, Washington, D. C, is liable to
bo removed for misdoings hrnnyht ,
out by the Civil Porvieo Coniuiis- '
Captain Kbluv D. Evan, the
President's favorite, has taken com- ',
maud of tho cruiser Now York. j
Threo Chiuoo who left China to
avoid being drafted for the war
tried to cot into the United States
from British Columbia. They were ,
caught and will be seut back to '
China, whore a deserter's death will .
bo their portion. !
A unanimous report of the Homo !
Committee on Naval AITdrs sustain-
d tho chargei of fraud in armor
plates made by tho Carnegie Com
pany. The report wat adopted. It
will uecessitate the removal of some
plates from seven of the big war
vessels to le tested
By a fire in tho Franklin (WVh.)
coal minoon the 21th
sevou miners lost their live.. It is
said tho fire was incendiary.
Destructive forest fires are raging
along tho shores of Lake Michigan.
Lake steamers find great ditlictilty
in navigating through the smoke.
Antonio Ezeta, brother of the ox
President of Sau Salvador, was nr
rested ou landing from the U. S. S.
tradition prooeetliugs charging
him with murder. !
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Attorney-General Maloney s motion
itv-uuu.o. .tU.u...j o u.v." uuiiti, ricuiltil liillicoliitfenl tlin Hegls
zin proceedings for revoking , ttr of ConvoHwet. In Uber!7, folios iw
rullman Co.V ohnrtor. Tho . nml m, nn.l BvsiRtirtl by -he mhl Jnuio It.
nitv.HnnnrAl mm lie will trv to "ell. Jr., to A J. CtrUrlxht (now il
aoy-oenorai says no win "y " r,.n.d (i ,, ilreof the K.uteof Jt. W.
get another judge to near tue mat- .
ter. I VI, 1 iimiI ritrunk'il Indie oilier uf tl u
Indictments have l'eu returned " ltit orln llbcr litf Ml..i,oinii.la.
.! yi f tl... ,... i ..r,MiiIii..nt Krii. O.irtr. rtfilit, InirtriMif tli- I.lnlooI
against 21 or tho most promineut n w aU. o( ,lU Honolulu. ,i,
cotton firms of Memphis, lenuessoe, i (-lmi. tntcti l nlorrcln.e.ntil iuortr'i
charging them with failure to iiy tor h lr null u' tln-eoti'titinmln ml.l mott
taxesaud cloinir business without a co'iliiliivl, .tewli: the mn..iyiiifiit
1. . . mi ' .. ... t . ) l
license. The revenue out of which
the State and county have been de-
frauded during the past eight years
amounts to more than S'J.OOO UoO. I
Carroll D. Wright, chairman of ;
the special Labor Cotumisioii ap- ,
pointed by President Cleve'aed to
investigate the Pullman strike, ad
mitted in an interview that ho held '
y&m from .Mr. Pullman for all
11. Al l I...I .... I !.
xuiuuau cars, uu u.-ui nui iiwi u i
uoinu to Chicago ou the C'oinmi
Hiou'n business, however, but said
tuu uoverumeut would liavo hceu
tho gaiuer if he had. lie had held
tho pas fur furcral years, being u
personal fiieiul of Mr. Pullman,
whom ho met first at n former Pull
own notisi: rut is
The world's record for tho threo
fastest heats was broken nt Chicago
on August 21, iu a great match race
between the paccrn Itobert J. tuul
Joe Pntchou. Tho former wnu .
easily in three straight hunts. Tho
time or tuo Urnl livnt was :i.u., ;nu i - -tho
average 2:0(1. in tho becoud I
heat tho first half was done in 1:02, 3"MlV?fJ
ond the crowd wout wild with tho JLsKilJJUX U
iiiuugUL iuui tuo rccuiii iui u siuyei
heat, 2:01, was golug to be broken.
Joe Palchen was too far behind to
push tho winner, aud tho time was
Allx tried nt-xt day to beat Nancy
Hankb' world's record of 2.01, but
only mado 2.0"i
Directly, howuvoi, enmo up to tho
world's record for two-year-olds,
doing tho mile in 2:10, which was
Ariou's tiino as a two-year-old.
TAnirr hill iiccouu law.
At 12 o'clock last night tho Me
Kinley tariff law, which hud been in
operation since October !U), 1SU0,
practically four years, died ou the
statute books and tho new Doino
oratic tariff bill passed by the Fifty
third Congress beenmo a law with
out tho signature of President Chno
land. The constitutional ten days
allowed tho President to consider
the bill expired then.
President Cleveland iu a letter to
Representative Catchiugs of Missis
sippi gives his reasons for declining
to sign the bill. It did not go far
enough for him iu tho direction of
tariff reform. Ho took his stand
with the rank aud file of tho Demo
cratic party ou tho question.
There aro said to have boon blund
ers made in transcribing tho new
tariff bill. Tt is said that by n
change of punctuation anthracite
ooal, which was iutouded to bo free,
cannot be unloaded.
Kinpr Humbert of Italy will oronto
th "Vicoroyalty of Siolly."
make tbo 1'riuco of Nnplus Viuuroy.
Tbis, it is bolinved, will pacify tbo
Ernest Uassber, a Dundeo juto
merchant, pleaded guilty to for'inK
a bill for $4(K)(KM) ou tho bfoteli
banks and $100,000 011 Continental
banks. Sentcuuu was deferred.
President l'uizoto conlirins tho
report of tbo rubol General Sar&ivn'ti
Indians in liolivia murdered a
magistrate and bis con, drank their
blood, and inudu a cannibal feast of
JrvitiK M J.nritnoro, plij Hienl direc
tor of Y. M. C. A., Dus Moiiiep, (own,
sajs ho can eouheinntioiislv teeoiu
mend Clinmlierlaiu'b Fain lSalui to
atliletos, Rynuinstn, IlinjvlistH, foot
Uall iilautra and tlm proieHtiiiiii 111
feuurul lor tiruUef, nprniiiH ami dix-
iocaiioiiK nlKo for tori'iiewnud still
ness of the minifies. When niplied
Iwforo tlm parts beenmu bnoll u il
will eH'ocl a euro in one half tlm
tiiuu iiHtially r'iu!roi. Kor salo by
all dualers. Hniinoii, Smilli - Co,,
Agents for the Hawaiian IhlnuiU.
The members of the Hawaiian
Natioual bind displayed their good
will ami aloha to Major and Mrs. .1.
II. Wodehouo jesterday evening.
It was in tho form of a serenade nt
i t V resilience on tho Hotel grounds.
' The boys had nked per mission of
Major "and Mrs. Wodohouse, and
their offer was gladlv accepted. The
concert was in anticipation of the
depnrlurn of tho etcemud couple
, by tho Claudiuo this evening for
.Maui. Mnjor and Mr. Vodehoue
fullv appreciiilcd tho boys' coinpli-
frovcutiou Is Bettor
I'liaii cure, and thoo who aro sub
ject to rh'HtiiKit sin can prevent at
tnir'.f by h-ipin the blood pure and
free from tho acid which causes the
disease. You can rely upon Hood's
ir(iparilla a a remedy for rheii
mati'iii and catarrh, also for every
foim of scrofula, alt rheum, boils
and other diseases caused by impure
blood, It tones and vitalizes the
are easy and gentle
At Williams' Studio aro to bo seen
Portraits on Watch Dial, which he
is making n specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by tho set or
My Jaa. F. ICorgan.
TO-MORRO W I
nlortgagoo's Notlco of Intontlon
Forecloso and of Salo.
"VrOTtOB 18 lir.ltKHY GIVEN THAT
11 liy v.rtttoof u lHiwcrot mU contained
aur-im, A. 1) uki, nminiv KKKUl'u w,
utlu-mK' known n Kl'l'U w, ol l.alo,
Kodliiiilm. lultnil nt Ciihu. ti' Jnnii It.
J'olt Jr.. ! Honolulu. In .aid Islnml of
Uul,r,('.0.,i,a thcoiili-oet th Urgi.
Ol U31II 1110 II11CIJI OIIU HIUTCrl WIK'll
No'lc I nlo Irti'Iiv elvrn. that nil nml
slii); l.ir the litml-, teni'int'titu ami hum
illuiiie'tit In e.i il ninriKUKC contaitu'il nnt
iIi'-itIIh! I will bo koM ut puhlli' niic Ion nt
thuit.ii'itoii to 'in of Jaiiic I'. Morttnn on
ijili-m Nr.-i't. In ..ihl lloii'iliilu, on W'KII
M.I).VY, tlii? l'tliliyof AiiKii.t, A 1).
1MU, in 1.' o' lock noon of r.iiil iluy.
I he irciTty In i tld iiiirit;uHr lithim
ilfitcrlUtl, vis :
All iiimm uo oi rinin iiiccut or ptrecN of
I mil klltlllU
K , ,..,.,
in ivoiiii, in dim inn i oi
I II miilnti IvlniiiU. con-
iiontii ii nl1 mi ntc i of ti ii'Tc", I mihI nml
I. iT.'iii' nii'i n l hi; ui fimc prcinl'u
I ihi..Ti ol In K'Uil l'lilcnt No .0i. IjiihI
uiiinilloi) Awunl No .lull to J. 11. lac.
Irti'lci or (lit l.'titu if I!. U.llnlt,
' Tcrilli ( .tell. llCile.lt f.)0lle0 of pur
ti- 1'or iiirtiier I'liriU'iilir" iiiily lo
J. .M. .Mo.-ini:iixr,
AMoru.'.v fur MortKnrc.
Diliii Honolulu, Au 1, 1-HI.
Z'JT 1 Im n"l" of tin iiSiVf j.roj.oriy un
der fbiu'tu.rv U K-Knil i it I It HI I).
NK.-lM S .(!'!. tl'lllllLT. "I. IS !l. Ul till! I.IIIIIH
tturner HoihI & .tutimin Stroal.
Faniily Wines and Brandies
POKT -n., SHERRY
S3 Years Old.
WIELAND - EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
8.1. 6IIAW, Proprietor.
and Pino Beer
iii:u, TKi.Ki'Jio.Nr. -m.
KluK anil Ntiiumn Street, llonulii u
I'onmr hlni: .t Niiimnu Htn.
Kiiw Woirta, : t i s MnimuHt,
Finest of Wiues & Liquors
Billiard At Roadlug Hootii
rillK TO rATROKV.
i TTTTtr.A.:ri xjci.x:i3,to3T3s 373
A'P 'pi1? A Nf U THI? '
J - jiiiuiavii.
Oyator OocUtulU !
Buuur IJrunnuu I
l'rijdorlnhbburic Duor I
Slralfjhl nml Mixed Drinks
Of Ail Iv ilia fin.t JleU(uiIUy.
Soultiweat Rirutr King &Nuuiqu SU.
idiiiiiiii Mim (!Ui
Tncs lay, A uj. 26 ;S94.
The short crop of rice in
Louisiana and the Carolinas
has had a visible effect upon
the Hawaiian market, because 1
the dealers in the States had !
to import from here to assist
in making up the deficiency.
In C'tlil'ornia the Chinese resi
dents are willing to pay a
higher pticc for rice grown in
China on account of a d flur
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 cat 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. Ena'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
aud we fail to see why the in
gredients mentioned by us
we not found by the chemist.
It is ptibhible, owing to the pub
licity given, that people whose
tastes run largely tt) O. 1 i.
made more in queue visits to
the cave than Mr. Eua is
aware of and the supply was
exhausted. Should it be pro
ven by iiub.scqueut anal) his
that the water is unlit fur
drinking purposes, Mr. Eua
tmay sttii leel nappy over his
discovery lor his land may be
well watered lor crops, and by
iIim tisu of :in Imtirovcd Stonu
niter tuu water in.iy uc nuuiu
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
of Massachusetts have waxt.d
fat on this diet, and have uti
lized beans, and wid do so for
years to come as a brain food.
In the opinion of the liostonese
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
they always remain straight.
They have remained with us
all this time because your at
tention was not called to them.
They won't be with us loni:
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,
liven 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 are very close to
date in the matter ol style and
quality. The burners we know
are right because they are ac
knowledged by twenty million
lamp user in the United
States to be superior to any
thing ever used.
Let us impress upon your
minds that in quality, quantity
and prices our goods are just
BawniUn Bardwflro Jit)., l.'cl
Ulifoiltt Hprockeli' Jliuj,
TIME IS MONEY"
TO BAVB YOUK TIME AND MONRY BOTH bTEP IN TO
Hopp So Co.,
ISTo. 7-4 King Street.
W have n lot of New flooJs to nrrlve hy tho "Wilder" nd tlin "Ilryant," and to make
room vc oiler our re:cnt Superb Hock of
In Oik, Walnut nnd Cnrlv Birch of the
that It Trill iny oti to
sec our MPunt
Wicker Yfee, Chiffoniers and (Mrs,
In cM nnd jingle pieces to suit every tate and every poekct.
Abb KINDS OF MANUKACTU11INO DONE IN
Furniture, -:- B dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Best Qtnlltj ot Lire Geise Fealbers, Silk Floss, Hair, Mots and Eicelstor always on band
ttfc- All order from the other Islnmls will he nttondrd to In n manner that will In
niri'.i Isfacllon. Try in onro and on will never trnvnns, for our pood are new ad
wyil h, anil will ho ncll puclcd and come to you at San Francisco pfleos
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINDOW 0'a,18lics7t,8WaSrred,oord,,r SHADES
!-Sp-c'nl orders for all klndiof Furniture will be filled at lowest prices. Try
It and he convim od.
Hallry's Woven Wire Mattresses Kept la Stock.
An RTiierlnrd Tlptintalnrer nod
Knitii a largo ami varied stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following :
'"mprViiiir California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Oats, Cora.
S3? t" addition to our UHitnl stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran, Oata and Rolled Barley.
These are each posHosaed of strong feeding properties and
ure well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
TP71 T " TT TP CaliiornUn an
a. j W JW WthinBtoa 8Ut
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders I
NO. 1--MIMBJI IL !! !
Ik. UV MI .
I.Wf rMxiiCinn- iii i .f
ICiisI'fIi lliHf V it. r.
lAiHuiriiB i .). i
HAM tiAfHit MfnlTAti
I v i.ftiKi' r.iitflicc Oniktiriea,
On.... UUnk wott'l Knffitih liiot-uiiiw
t.ll.liy. MoNMl Llbby'a Onnntd Miu
Rlrhtirdaoti ft Bobbin' Oaitn.ul
1'ifi I mil. .. i
'H 4ii(i t '! -
A lar(f ft
AI.WAYB ON HAND AT
Theo. H. Davies k Co., Ld.
By Jaa. F. Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATUHDAY, Sept. 8th,
AT 12 0'UI.OOK NOON,
At J. I. DdnMtt'H etnliles, (Juccn t-trcct, I
lll bull ut 1'iiullu Auction,
A NUMllKlt OF
Broml II -M tl Ywriii'g
From Blooded Stock
ASSIGNEES -:- SALE !
The Emire Stock
YVENNKI! & CO.
w.j, 1, 111; K)i,i)
Eeganlless of Cost.
jmtterns nt aneh low pflrfj
Invest In Ui-lii at once.
t)mrntnr ! twv t vnr rrlei
lUrrati anl Mif !?'
I, AM) -
.t.t m lint ...! , aiMt.
& "Star" Kerosene
HaitA'iiit Dry Gouds.
Crockery, Puiitm. iiic, hil
Mr. Doartlman hn rrmovrd the bal
ance 0 her stock from Hotel street to
her private Jlesltleuci; where she in
tends clou hip it out (it private sale. It
is arrawjed and ready for inspection,
and as she intend to retire permanent
Ill from business the Goods will be sold
reiardless of Cost. Old patrons are
cordially invited to pay her a vhil.
OH-Acc left ut the uclftc fiurrtiunva
Compium' Stove tultt X
promptly nttnutcrt to.
Hotli Tolophonoa SO.
Hun ri'inori'il Ii'h oniro from I)r HihIiIx'h
oitli'it 10 llm 1'iitti i!n liitnly iiviiiilfit liv Dr.
IVt.rMiu mi lluii'i Htnut, niiAt In Arling
ton llolul, ll.'T-lw
If your subscription has expired now
is a n")d time to renew it.
UDWAY A POUTKIt. Ladln
f llio Hftivftiiao Intsnil.
otitnitoti Ulin'k, twlwwu Knit
ight hand I1f of Hntl strict
iroct itiiorttir ol Kiuo
irt uhtoip for W
hav. on hmnl
lekf Ware. Sofaa, UtM-ktiiK Chain
111 you fall and prlrw thmie ifiindi
nvltiiiitf you wanl tn Dining-room Kuruitur.
nythltiff ytn want In Bdroom Piirnitum
ou au aino tm uplttl with
ou will 6inl initipint tonli
ud at piiitw Ui uit f.tif inioiii
, wmII a I ! rii'lixMl iiiriail
u houir 11 otiiiiltitv witliiiiii UatltviaM!!,
n hoiix Hi Honolulu toll Himim tfiXMlt iilmaiMi than
ou't ou uwwl iniiit Livb titw
atiilV fillnwt and tnmhion
ruttv Window Shade 10 all
nlnt for four windows in Wood or Braaa Trlmmiuir
f courae wh niuitt uol forjrtl to cuontloD
ur handaoum Carvnd BHlriKm Sta in Holtd Oak
epalring at roanouablo ralea
'ocoverliiK of UpholtUrnd Piimltur. siialit
of all i
Eaar Uliatri Oefom buying elMwhnra
ilxtw with Chain
very bod) kuown we make a feature of Interiot DtHHtratinM,
vnrybody know Mr Oeo. Ortlway whnniakea thli a ipota fwiiura.
"V ecoKiiizetl a the ehnapit
aJL. illability. proniptnnMR and
Bifliii. 526 TKLKP0ONE8 -Mutual 645
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles I
Thtt UttHt WoikininiHhip and thu Best Material
obtained ut tho
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
TTo 70 Quaen Street
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods! Prompt,
I HAT I'LAOK IH AT
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oomer F'om. St. Piotel E3t.a
3 Our Soda Water is tho Best
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
T-i- B. 9.
PIPES. CIGAR AND CIGAKETTE I10LDURS
Xn -Ousnlsor and. IMIooracli.a'urei.
WAX MATCHES ALWAYS Oil HAND IH QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
HOLIjISTER Sb OO.
Urllie and UtHtlln
tit toltart from
Kxathxrvot Stlk Kluaat THmt mak
iM)lora aud !
and Sldebnardi to iui.
house tn Honolulu,
Dispatch ii our tnotui
Attention 1 and Low Priceil
n now lot from tho Factory