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PUdgtd to wUhsT Sect iirr i't-ij, ,
But Established for fV Pwtlt ' M.
THURSDAY, SEPT. , ISM
MIEVENTION OK CRUELTY.
Promllufj Movo Mndo Tow.xid
Organization or n Society
nlmo it. Tlicro Mniiilil Im n lionor
al!o m.'iii nppniiitt'd a ix..'iittvo
o'iii'tT ot tlio propoMxl sivt, who
would tio siMniblo ili'twt'on in en
fori'in flic Htv. lln would hno
womou brought up if they nbtKud
Geo. IT. P.nrii prt'(Mit(d a r"obi
ion. whii'h 1'kIii1v ami'tidod passed
That a ?oru'ty ln formed wlio
object rliail bu tho pri'vout'nin, in
any 1'iwful modo or maunor uiidor
oxiitin-,' or ftilurulr.v, of ertiolty in
i niiv form: nnd tlint a oimniilti'K ul
In rospouso to an anonymous rail thno bo appointed to iua'o tho
there was a nthcriuK of jn'O'ih ).vt. uccary anauKoinrnts for tho or
nightthat filled tho parlors of tho Jiul2.1t 'on of tho soi-iotr, and sub-
Y. Ai. J. A., with tho object of I mn- um ui"ir t!ian- to a 111. cphr 01 1110
iug a society for tho piovoution of orsoiu present at a futuro monthly,
cruolty to animals. Mr. Arm-trouir pioptwod that a
W. N. Arimtroni;, editor of th coinuiiUu should bo "nro'uzi'il to
Advertiser, was called to tho chair ''nrin a society, lie thought they
Jle stalod tho object of tho meet iiif; si. mid no' take tip mnro than ono
iud gavo an account of tho workings Htilvvl, I lint of cruelty Ik animals.
of similar societies in tho United 1 M- Tomplulon stigge.slotl a n
States. If such a society were fotm- 1 11 uue, " f ho llutnaue Sociity," so as
ed here, ho suggested to tho meet , to pm'naco cruelty of all kind.
Ing, its plans should bo well inaturrd Dr 1( .it monul that a commit
and it should act with caro and di- j t"'o 011 orj'inization bo appointed,
oretion. Mr P.irU ionisled that his resolu-
Police Captain Andrews said that 1 lion wa pr.i'tical, aud it pasted as
there was more need for such a so- alremly ta!ed.
cietv on tho other islands than in , Sever.il nominations were made
Honolulu, but if actiou woro taken , ami the following committee was
hero the outer district would cor- tho thoice of the meeting: Dr. A. It.
dlally correspond. 1 Iliwat, veterinary tirgeou, W. X.
W. O. Smith, Attorney (b-tiernl, ' Armstroug and Miss Helen Wildor.
said tho authorities depended on J L. Carter advocated a scheme
public informatiou 111 enforcing the , of soliciting contributions from tho
liwiiifi Mm On, L'il
law. Something had been done public in general. Ho gav some
iniorninunii aooiu win wniiiiiigs in
tiiiiil.tr ni.intin in (tin limtitil St sit on.
I i. i-: i l.t il .I.....1.I
.Ml. 1 .III-, lilwiiuui till, nil. .ill. 1
within tho list vear bv Detmtv Mar
shal Urown ami Cnotain AudrevNs
Thev had checked nbuses in tho Mr. Paris thoiiuht they
matter ot overloail'tig animal". , nno out wu.ii was mo souse m mo
Some of tho meichants of Honolulu i community.
would be surprifo'l to be charged I Mr. Armstrong thought the. matter
with cruolty to animals, yet they I of funds and other details should be
woro guilty of allowing their hoises I left to the committee.
to bo overloaded. A society such as ' The meeting adjourned subject to
that nrowosod could bo very ulTec- I tho call of tho committee.
tire, but its executive otlicer should
ot bo too sovere.
W. O. Weodon thought tho society
should undertake tho protection of
women aud children, ilo related an
instance of cruelty to a horse driven
in a brake, which he had noticed
last Sunday, aud hoped that this
society would develop iuto some
thing tangiblo and permanent.
.Mr. Armstrong thought tho pro
tection ot wotneu aud children some
thing entirely distinct.
Mr. Weodon cited the eae of
Cleveland, O., where 0110 otlicer at
tended to both classes of ca.'cs. The
officer there needed no assistance.
Mr. Armstrong read a letter re
eeived by a lady who was present,
referring to a case of cruel treatment
of a horse on one of tho inter-island
steamers. This showed to some ex
tent tho interest taken iu this
Samuel Emerson had seu horses
driven very hard to Waialun, aud he
had felt much sympathy for the
poor animals, lie spoko about tho
hard swearing dime over honcs, and
quoted tho script utul excliiuiatine,
"Doth not Ood care for oxen? ' Ho
thouuht tilnnt life should aUo bo
protected, speaking ot orange tices
witheriug for want of wntf-r.
Geo. Ji. I'ans presented n resolu
tion based on a chemo of action in
tho State of luilinn.i
D. W. L'orbett, Secretary of the
Y. M. C. A., thought tho intention
was to form a society for tho protec
tion of animals and uot of children.
He did not think the one object hnd
anything to do with the other.
D. Lognu insisted on tmp-irtirility
in tho dealings of the propocd r.
cioty Steamship corporations and
tho be)f tnifct fhouH be held to ac
count for tho treatment of nuimaU
iu their charge as well as poor China
men. J. J. McDonald did not think that
tho owner of a liorm had a right to
THK MAN IS GOOD.
Ho l.ovta Country Butter Than Of
fico aud Ills Howard ! Tnlfy.
The following cpistlo explains it
self. It was handed to tCamiki, a
messenger in tho employ of the gov
ernment, after he had refused to
take tho oath of allegiance:
''FoncioN Oitici:. )
"Honolulu. 11. 1., Sept. 1, 1S'.)I.
"We, tho uiulerigned, hereby take
pleasure to recommend kniuiki, that
tinting his eighteen years' employ
ment iu tho Torelgu Ollice, iu the
capacity of iueseiiger, ho has been
an honest, iudusttioiis, temperate
aud trustworthy man, aud more espe
cially since our cnnm-cliou with said
Dice. Sancoiui P D01.1:,
"President Kepuhlloof Hawaii.
"R M. 11tii,
"Minister of Poreign Affairs."
At Williams' Studio are to bo scn
Portrait on Watch Dials, which he
I it uw;kiug a ni,ilty of. Lantern
.v.itl" for lecliiro by tho tot or
By Lowia J Tcvoy.
Honsehold -:- Fnrnltnre
I am liistniclt.il ,v J I IK1K IUMTNmiN,
00 arromit nl ili-pittiirc, to r,t at I'lli-
Ho Auction, at my hal ..ouiu., (rt-
uioveil tor cun wna iii'c of ,u),
ON FRIDAY, SEVT
A.T tO O'CLOCK A. M
- ALU IKS
Eltftut Bonseliold Fnrnltnra and Elltcts
We mv not at nil hiupri-od
at 11111 iiKT.'tii'(l tnido it's
tin ;ondh mid prii'ts that hnvt
bronchi it nil nhoiif. We
j I i.ive tiiloplud the policy of
iuiek Hii.es tint niiin.ll prolltK
it'h ii lifht nitu policy for
linlli tin litiytT aii'l sell i. Jt
means TIM ?K liCOX OM Y
itr ri flillifriS m.ixl nni lut liiirli
r v o" '-" "' -"- '"n"
There is a certain hard wall
of facts and figures, however,
that stands between possibili
ty and prodigal Droniiscs.
There are certain prices below
which no good, honest article
can be bonht. Those prices
uicoiii'n if yon pay less yon
will ccrta'nly get less. This
is a plain statement worth re-
B. W. Bedroom Seh !
2 Fine 0k llcriroom fiftM.
One Mujile Iltilroom hit. iin'lii'lliit
One Secretary uml JJrt-ssliiK Minor,
Solid B. W. Cheffonier
Black Walnut Hooknitta, nml n
Library of Kinlnviit Auilioru,
IX) I.Iiih Teleitfupo,
ilalr ami HjirliiK Mattresses,
Handsome Ebony Clock
With Clilinoa unl Ktionj Htiuul;
BplenilM Ucrlln Uronzu Smtu with
Klfcmit Lllvau, uiiliolhti-riMl tn silk ;
Soliil Muliouny l'liuli', Mi-iiiIto .N Ii,
B. W. Hat Raok
Frenoh Plate Mirror
A FIilu Collection of I'UHiiiiki " 11tlmr1.'
Extension Oik Dlnint,' l.iliiu innl Clinlr,
A(iuntll (if lino It'll himI I il.U l.nifii,
Silk I'orlkT. I,:iv ( hi I mi.,
hllllT IlilMII 1'llll.U-
l.'oiiipleti Id'ooiatfil Ki tx il
We don't know what got
into the factory for thoy have
sunt ns enough Lauiks fe'iiiur
Wai-t.s to supply every lady
on thchu Islands. AVe must
get lid of them. Come in
and t.ike your pick. They all
came on the last strainer and
arc new de-igns and patterns.
Yon are paying more for
CYitv.UNs at the public auc
tions than wc tiro asking. We
have Xottixuiums at SI. ,")().
Maimsas, I'.UI.MtlnN, Uw
SlI.K, OiriKXTAI., AXTKl'l-S,
irrc, i.tc we intend that
they shall be suld, so now it a
goml time t) buy th in. 'I ho
iMiiii!' advice will stand g od
, lliit)ii"h evi ry deoiirtnient of
Ha.-vila.ricl Oliina ,. , ..
Muilu hpet'Killy 10 UriliT,
When yon call, take a look
at our Tuwi i.s and Tnwiii,
i.im;, Ci:i;tmvxi and Kt 11-
'ilm AlK'tlolMir i'i-'iin i.ti'illnt M'l'l i:i: ( (ll.ltlX(iS. A No
M-llllon lotliU Milouf HI11I, ln- 1 nml- 1 ...
tine, in.piiiij.iii on WHulMUV 111M 0111 V. 1 i."l l-Mlt'l'l Its at J.
liiuimiM 1 , nrpi 1 in mi'i 1 111.
Klepiint I'luiuil hiiliul llouluiiil
Fruit bum. I,
Hollil Silver innl I Inti'iltoiri',
Uo Jloi, Safe, Ku,, l.ie , I.li.
U'ulnctdini, Srpl. .',, 1S!),.
The. talk about celebrating,
torch-light processions, etc.,
over the action of the United
5utes in regard to I I.iwaiian I
affairs is sheer nonsense !
What's the use? Hc.tter use
your kcrotcne to jubilate over
the T.itifl Mill becoming .1 l.w
I: is favorable to the interests
of Hawaii and ample reason
for jollification, birbecuing and
clam baking. Forty percent
on sugar and the planter aud
merchant will join the "pro
cesh " and scramble for seats
in the band wagon. Sugar is
not kinir. it's the money it
brings ; the higher the price
the greater the inlluence.
Kveryone has suffered during
the. pist two years through
tariff legislation in the United
States, but the people here
have borne up under the afflic
tion with commendable pride.
A few of the residents have
hunted the dollars until the
Goddess of Liberty on them
has grown thin in the ficc.
We predict a demand on her
part for some of Mr. Marsden's
rules for dieting if the price of
sugar goes up and the Hawai
ian crop is continued on the
free list. At eighty dollars a
ton to-day the price is really
better for the planter than at
a hundred and twenty ten
years ago. the planter lias
had experience, he knows how
to produce the largest quantity
it the lowest price ; improve
ments have been made in ma
chinery so that larger percent
ages of juice may be extra cud
from the cane to day than it
did then. We anticipate two
very prosperous years for the
planter and const quently for
everyone else. We expect to
fell more Hendry Mroakcs
during the next year than we
have at any period since we
made the planter happy by its
introduction. We expect to
sell them because there will be
a demand for an article of this
kind for breaking new land.
Wo expect to sell them be
cause the plantation men re
cognize it as the only reliable
breaking plow on the market.
There are other breakers on
sale here, but few in use ; the
"merciful man is merciful to
his beast," or words to that
tffe.ct, and for that reason the
manager selects the plow with
the lightest draught. The
Hendry Mreaker is the one.
Ivery line of business on the
Islands will take a step for
ward, even thebaibers will feel
it because the man who wears
a beard for economy's sake to
day will get a shave every
other day and we will sell the
tonsortal artist his implements
of trade. We have a stock of
razors, first quality, and suffi
cient hair clippers to make the
heads of the entire population
look like glistening billiard
balls. We're iu it for business
and we have the stock to meet
all demands. We doubt very
much if there is a store in Ho
nolulu that shows such an as
sortment of table cutlery and
silver plated ware as we do
We've always kept a good
supply, but we. have had .stu.h
calls for it that we have in
creased it. Mailand Ware
has been a staple with us ever
since we started business; our
orders for some of the very
latest shap s and decorations
are being filled iu Franco. We
saw a big demand .dioad of us
and we took time by the fet
lock. !!tavjaii;m Hardware Co.. itl
Opiirlto (-.nrli'IV lllni'k,
307 FORT STKIilil'.
TIME IS MONEY"
TO 8.VVB YOlUt TIMB AND MONRY BOTH STK1 IN TO
ISTo. Vt Kliiag Street.
KDWAT. At FOUTKft. LwimJIhk KnniitiirH t)-lHM
( thn Hawaiian Inland.
oltitieou Ulin-k, twiwHwu Kert itil Niiinu
iKhl hftinl nidi ot HnUl irnt tnin i
WV Iihvb n lot of Xew Oooil to nrrlvo ly the "Wilder" nnd 111 "Bryant," and to mnk
room no ollur our preicnt su crb Mork of
. .shjidroom: sets..
tn Onk, Walnut nnd Curly Ulrcli of the litpjt rmttorni nt stieh low prlre
tlmtit will pay urn to Invent in Hit-in at once.
See our Elegant Assortment of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In fcti nnd slnftlo pieces to Milt crtry taste nnd every jinckpl.
Al.lj KINDS OV MANUKAOTUKtNG DONK IN
Furniture, -:- B riding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Bist Qtulltj ot Live Geese Feathers, Silk Flots, Hair, Mo:s and Excelsior always on band
!- All orders from tlii otlic Is'nmls will be nt temM to Inatunnnrrthnt will In-
oitrpfiiilsfnctlon. Try in om-o and j oil ;lll never Imvo ns, for our iMO'linro new and
Mj.ll Ii, and will ho well tmcVed and nnue to you ht Kan Krniicti-pj tulees
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINDOW 1,ull8lMttV2!,l,0,,,aer SHADES
1i. Srwc'Al onlen for all klmWof Fnrnllurc will be filled at lowest prices.
Il nnd bu coiiv.tr ed.
Bailey's Woven Wire Mattresses Ktpi in Stock.
It-An KTpwh'Wv.t tttilmNlorrr mid pnoimlnr I. lwiv t vrair wrrVn "1
Kniiu h lingo utid vortcd Htoclc the undcrflignud would draw
purticulur attt'iitton to tho following :
( Miiiprminir Citliromiii Hay, Burloy, Rolled Barley, Bran.
MiddlingB, Oatu, Corn.
K3? in addition to our UHual stock of thene we arc now
currying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
Them are each poHHessed of Htrong feeding propertit'H ami
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
HCp X r X T HP? Cullforolau aad
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powders I
irwt hiiioriifi of Knit- Purmtiirti.
irt nlitwp for 'ni W hv on limnl
Ichnf VVrt. Sofjw, U(m-Kiiik (HiU.
IU von oll and prlo th rimmU
njtlniiK yon wmiI in UliiinKrM'11 Kutinttir
nytliing t?'"' nl In ltlroiro Kuniltiirn
ou eati (lno ! ii-llil Willi Urilm unit C-tiwll-
on will Bnil 'oinilHi twli to tMiw1! from
Oil Al Hllt5 to milt ltr M)iill
i wnll H th" rii-hwat pnrchHU'O
O hoilif m uolllltlntt vllhoiit Hnllrnxer,
o hoiim- in Honolulu IU ttiMO- i(mmU fhMitMf trnn
ou'l you tirMl miuir Liv U Kthnr ot Milk Kli'
nnilT riliowa nn ciminnii
roily Winitot MIkmI ii 11 iHJlor nd ttM
oIm for vot" wlnilowi in Wood nt Brum Trimni'tiir
( coun no luunl aot lorfct to tuniitioti
ttr hnlliUouiK C'nrvivl (ttslroom St In Solid tUk
palni)K at nowKiunhl' rat
oonvHritiB of UpbolKtHtiMl Kiirmtiif- i"-Mlt
our Km5 (JliAim tmurt biiyinu dIwwIikib
ilo of lf ixoa with Chnirt tnr) SlilMwMnli u nmu-1.
varyhoily known vn ainkf a fantur ol tutnor lourUiJK.
vrylMMlv known Mr Go. Ordway who nuOow thU ptal fHiiun.
M!0(ut7.Hd " tlif uhstHKt buum iu Honolulu
"llnMlity. PromptntM and Dinpalob It our motij.
Hwli. n-!f TKIiKPIlONEH Mutcai. B46
'. !, M im lic
idTfrjHHil ("of run 111 in .
illiijliti lnirt "" '
I'SlOll.tlU Im. 1 "Hi
HAM hAon wihhtr.
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A mrv wiii
01.111 Y.UrJiph iiin.nri(..
'U-nu- niKfkw.itr KllKll.i. (troM-niM
lllitiy. Wr.Ni'll It Iittiliy' Oniuim ..i
Hlcinrcl(.ii r Hoiihl.i rjMTiM
Hrowii W .i.i
Kerosene -AlDha" fi "Star" Kerosene
I.AKC.t: Sl'OCKB OK --
i'i,iiii!i! sullies. Mm, Dry UouHs,
Cndnr,, Furniture, Eit. Bit.
ALWAYS ON HAND
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles I
The Best VVorkmiuiHhip uud the Btwt Material
are ulitained at tin
Hawaiian Carriage HTg Co.,
KTo 70 Q"un Stretot
Theo. H. Davies &c Co., L'd.
By JttB. F. Morgan. " K A "AT A 1 T "R "
AUCTION SALE OF
JCX J V. 1 1) ' M' Hoarilman hu removed (he, baU
uncr 0 her tock from lintel ntnit to
her private Jlettdence, where ehe
fciuf closinfi it out at jirtvute mle. Jt
in arruayed and ready fur iiupertUm,
mid an the intemh to ntire ri mnnent'
ly from huiilne the (louda will be void
mmrdlesi of Cost. Utd pittnniit are
cordially invited to jmy her a Wi7.
On SATURDAY, Sept. Slh,
AT 12 O'OLOliK NOON,
At J. 1. Hou'hi'U'm frtolilcs, (Jiii't'ii Htriot, I
will i-ell ill I'ubllu Aui'tlull,
A NUM Hint OK
Brawl M-Mk fi Y'iii'Sii'jrs
From B'.oodod Stock
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Goods! Prompt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Pricetl
THAI m.At'K IS AT
ASSIfiKSB'S -:- SALS !
The Emire Slock
WENJJKU tfe CO.
Wii.i. in: Mii.n
Regardless of Cost.
Oi'drra left ut lite V'trlflc Unrrtiunr
Coiuumm'o Sitorc tulll lit
pi'oiuptlu ultcitrtcrt to.
rtotl Toluphonon 10.
IImh ri'inovnl liU Olllcn from Dr llmlih'b
iilln-n In llu I' iili-jrti iHlnly iKTliplt tt bv Ur
! i. r-.in on 1 1 1H1I Mrii't, uvxt tif ArMni;.
Ion lintel, ll'JT Iw
If your Hubturljithn ha ex pi rid now
ii a uoad time to rrnrtu il.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorntir Fort to Hotel St.a
S3r Our Soda Water is the Best t
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
.lust lii'CL'ivi'fl n now lot from tho Factory
of tho CulobraU'd
S-. I2S. IB.
1MPKS. CICfAlt ;l) UIAltRTTJ5 IIOLDKBS
I:i i.r.1:or azicl 3sCoorscli.avi.xn..
'.VAX MATCHES Al.V.'AYo Oil IIAIJD III QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
1 1. l' KIILI5KS 1 CO.
XOLILjIS'X'EIR, &d 00.