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FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 1894
Several national warships coming
here al oncu to rnilpnish thoir coal
bunkers in tho vcyraio a.nni! the
Pacific will bring llouolulu again
jirominontlj to tho notice of tho
world as a most eonvonlont half-way
l.ouso iu midoce.ui.
A l'ltrsonal Fxplnuuttun.
An ailvertUuniont was font by uio
lat Volni;da' to the Ilolotnua of
fico, of wlili-h'the following is a
"Tlioroujihbrcd bull tnrriors, out
f Pn'K" tt'u' 's a Jf'" fighter, and
by l.ouiicc, who hn won many oat
Isf ;iii Mm Us. I'i
Wnlnrvloii, Sept. J, ISO.',.
The talk about eclfbrnttng,
torch-litdit processions, '.He,
lies Aiiytuip wanting a good cattl ovur the action ol the United
dog or hog dog, will do well to m- CM.nil , ,,, . ll-iwiiiui
amino th.w piiM. Kmiuiro of v. States m regard to ii.i.mi.hi
a airs is sheer nonsense
Persons willing to join the pro
posed Socioty for tho Prevention of
Cruelly to Animals may loavo (heir
names at cither the Advertiser or
the Hclleiim ollici.'. Tho next meet
ing will be held at the call of the
committee appointed tho other evening.
.I Cunniutfhnin, Anchor Saloon
When Rfl'd advertisement appear
ed In thu llolomiia, it was changed
without my consent and made to
read as it h'a? been published. When
t noticed it, I immediately had it
changed. 1 have called upon Presi
dent Dole and tho Government and
sati.-faetorily explained matters to
them. ly" publishing the nbovo
vou will oblige
W. M. CexNixoiiAM.
Sept. 7, ll
Bcot on tho Othor Lk
When Jan. 17, 181)3, was the date in
Honolulu oxervbody cried anuexa-
Dr. Taluiage was a great man Hon. July 1. IS'.M. told a dilTerent
mnnir tlm iia" tiinn1 ulirtti in I Ifllc. llOII I'. l ,IOHC, W. iS. V II
was iu Honolulu
niuco visiting Honolulu he hns
praised the Q'leen and given tho
Ho to her accusers. Ihereforo th
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it..i : I.:.. 1.!..r i 'ox, u. imiwu mm .u. i . numuruu
JlUl 111 lll. Idlers ' .... r-l.:....i it.,.. ...I. it f.
.X-IU III"- V ituiui'ii im'iihii .v .- .
KKK1) Dlil'AKTMKNT! D
IIDWAY & POHTKll. Leading Furniture Dttr
f the Hawaiian Island.
obiumui Block, between Port aud Nuuauu
igiit liATHl nuf or Hotel ntrtxM. tfnlritf wmi
ireot iniorleih of Fine Furniture,
irt cheap for eh Wa have on hiint
iiiniinrchv. iiobndv liiehed. It was
i! I j?ood goioriimoii" Now that Dole,
.. , Dimoii. Hatch. Klnirnnd Smith are
Goverument organs u,u.l needs turn . 'JKS? "Vt V r IKS
their vials of nbue on the Brooklyn , vhref.'ro we see I hat so long as the
preacher. family compact hold tho reins it is
good government, and monarchy or
"A goully as any sucking dove no monarchy A all equal. Hut let
. l.u Cir mm' llu i nrlili.nt nnv n( lmr ormvil L-et 111 .111(1 the all-
chanffoof policy on annexation, and nexation cry will Im "0 J
-.. .1... n..nt!.. i,.i ..1.1.1 H thoe. who, lik . yours trul,
thought that tho trial tor annexa
tion wa in earnest and not a warcry
for place, power and pecuniary re
charges the Hoyalist leaders with
getting up tho yarn that the present
Government oillco-holders do not
want anuexation. It goes on to
prove this by saying: "The Royalists
are tho mon who now wish to defer
annexation. Whyt Because annex
ation moans absolute political death,
without resurrection, for every poli
tician heretofore couuected with tho
lost cause." Just fancy! What on
earth do tho ItoynlUt leaders wish
to stir up tho question of annexation
for if it means "political death" for
thotnt If they really wish to "defer
annexation' what docs the Star
mean by charging them with tniug
to force it by getting fresh emphasis
put to tho impetus iu that direction
given by the republic's suppoitcrx.
What a mare's nest tho Star man
has hatched out in his futile en
deavor to show that his patrons aud
superior oQlcers still wixh to hang
the annexation buuch of carrots in
front of the uuso of tho donkeys
who hauled them into their present
power, profits and salaries. They
will not thank him foi the inextrica
ble snarl he hai got lliem into.
They Saluted tho Flag.
The Adxertioer says that the Ger
man war xo.el, as well as tho
Charleston, saluted the flag of tho
((public. In the first place there is
no Itepublic hero to ialute. Second,
how can tho preant arrangement b)
called a Republic when, if put to-a
vole to-morrow, there would bo
twenty registered voters against tho
present obgnrehy. to one who would
vote to sustain ft.' For proof try it
mo darling. Tho warship saluted
tli old flag of Hawaii. The Adver
tiser is off. AUHUIOAN.
Lift! Is Misory
To many people who have the taint
of scrofula iu their blood. The ago
nies caused by the dreadful running
ores and other manifestations of
thin disease are beyond description.
Theio Ia no otherremedy equal to
Hood's Snrsaparilla for scrofula,
salt riieiitn and every form of blood
disoase. It is le.'itouably sure to
benefit all who give it a fuir trial.
IloodV Pills euro all liver ills.
At William' Studio are to lie .eMi
Portrait on Watch Dials, which lie
i making a tjn-i ialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecluto by the lot or
II Jab. 1". Morgan.
ArCTKVX SALE OF
Charles Allen, tho companion ol
tho ill-fated young man Wagner
who was drowned from the latk
Andrew Welch oil this port, i re
ported to have made charges pub
licly in San Fraucirco ng.iimd Cap
tain Drew in connection with the
deplorable event. Ilia sbiry a told
there would Iwn more weight if ho
had made nny complaiut against tho
captain on lauding here. Captain
Drew said iu Honolulu that uothing
iu all his experience with one excep
tion was so dNtre.iug to him as i
tho drowning of Wagner. When
the young mau fell overboard ho i
put the bark about and had u boat . On SATUUDA.Y, Sept. 8th,
lowered immediately, giving thn-o at r.' o'clock NOON,
orders aImo3t in one breath. '1 he I .... . ...
eunwaiu tho eyes of tho captain wlli-cllut IMW" Auction,
and crow, so that they could not eco
the drowniug man if ho had been
still on the 6urfnce, Tho captain
ordered tho course fur tho boat to
take, estimating as well a-i he could
the boat direct ion. It is oxl round
difficult, in such a uaio, to find any
object in the trackless waste of
waters, as Captain Drew said when
rolatiug tho btory with tears iu hit
eyes. Tho bark lay to for more than
an hour while an ineffectual search
was made with tho boat for tho un
fortunate man. Auybody who knows
Captain Drow will be very loth to
believe that ho did not do his tit
most on the occasion to have the life
of the promising young man, who
had mado himself exceedingly well
liked by tho passengers aud crew as
well as the master.
A .ST.MIU:it K
Ifritl II m & Wiii$
From Bloodod Stook.
i ii m
While in Chicago, .Mr. Charles L.
Kahler, a prominent shoe merchant
of Don Moines, Iowa, had quite a
serious time of it. lie took Mich a
sevoro cold that ho could hardly
talk or navigate, but the prompt u-o
of Chamberlain's Cough Itcmcdy
cured him of his cold so quickly
that others at the hotel who had
bad colds followed his example aud
half adozou persons ordered it from
the nearest drug store. They were
profuse iu their thanks to Mr.
Kahler for telling them how to euro
a bad cold so quickly. For i-nlo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for thu Hawaiian Islands.
Of tho twenty-nix barons who
signed tho Magna Chaila three
wrote their uamiir, anil twenty-three
made their murk. This is all chang
ed uow. Every baron can write, but
only a few succeed iu making their
uaik. youn Trunin ijil.
Nurse "Sure, ma'am, lint twins
have bu.vi making a fues all day.
I'll 11 HIKllTalKHfd JlUVlIlK b.'l'Jl Ul.oilltcU
Sole Agents or trie Hawaiian islands
roi. nir. iki.kiiuatkh
l-'KOM nib W'ullKa OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Ate hum irtii ir.'ii iu in Kstiimilui- .iimi
ri-eiivi iirilern fur ilics-u Kiiiflri.ta.
Of .III) I.U' Itllil HI) If,
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AKK NOW .MAMTACTl'ltlM.
al Vl.i; (l l.i)i i)Ml l V.
I'.VIl'IH t i.AKI
Adapted lor Plantation Purposes
A ihhiiIkt il wiiii!li Iki vc- ri'i'imti) ln-mi
rtci ivt'ii iu lln"-ii Inliitulx, ami v uill li.r.c
Ii.iiiii in luriiii.li.iin iliiiiintiuii uki'Iio
mill iniiiiiiiti'rk wuli uirlii'iiliir uf huinc.
What's thu use? Hotter use
your kerosene to jubilate over
the Tarifl Bill hecotninjj a law.
It h favorable to the interests
of Hawaii and ample reason
for jollification, btrln cnino; and
clam baking. Forty percent
on sugar and the planter and
merchant will join the "pro
cesh " and scramble for seats
in the band wagon. Sugar is
not king, it's the money it
brings ; the higher the price
the greater tho inlluence.
Everyone Ins suflurcd during
the past two years through
tariff legislation in the United
States, but the people here
have borne up under thu 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 face.
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 has
had experience, he: knows how
to produce the largest quantity
at the lowest price ; improve
ments have been made in ma
chinery so that larger percent
ages of juice may be extracted
from the cane today than it
did thru. We anticipate two
very prosperous years for the
planter and consequently for
everyone else. Wo expect to
sell more Hendry Breakers
during the next year than we
hae at any period hince we
made the planter happy by its
introduction. We expi ct to
mjII them because there will be
a demand for an article of this
kind for breaking" new iand.
Wo expect to sell them be
cause the plantation men re
cognize it as the only reliable
breaking plow on tho market.
There are other breakers on
sale here, but few in use ; the
"merciful man is merciful to
hi- beast," or words to that
effect, and for that reason the
manager selects the plow with
the lightest draught. The
Hendry Breaker is the one.
livery line of bu'itnesr. on the
Islands will take a step for
ward, even the barbers 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
tonsorial 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 in 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 mh.1i
calls for it that we have in
crease d it. Haviland Ware
has been a staple with us ever
hince we started business; our
orders for some of tin
HVmn h large mid varied stock the undersigned would draw
partieular attention to the following:
.Virtipritdng California llav, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middling, Oate, Com.
KSf In addition to our uhu.i1 stock of thew we are now
eurtying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
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1 nose are oaen possesseu oi wrong leetnng propemen win
me well worth a trial by all interested in ritook.
"IS' T """"I X T TP CalUorniau and
JO1 - V J -Tw Washington Stato
Royal and "Glfiveland" Baking Powders!
Ick)i Ware. Sofas, Km-klng Ubair K.t
til ymi itall and price Mihs. tfrxult
uylliiug you wfttit in Diuiug-ruoin Kuruitur
nytViltitf yon vnt In B"dnwim Furniture
.... ...... ..... ... .......ll.wl ... I. 1. ....I I Tva.ilu.
uij i;qii Sims if r-ii''ii'7-j mm v..... nut v...
JlU oil will 6tnt iiiiiiilHt. Um1i U tttWt frrim
Ull 41 IIU.tJ III Hllll lilt- (HKIIHtl
wmII In" r!i'hnl turhAi
No. I. Ahnv In stock M lowctt niiiv
n,.'., ift tin biilo.
t.lx.'t pool Onl-c. ll.'ll). Ijukv
Cnull.li Dull-, Mil), bug,
HAM, 11AC0X, CHEKSK.
Ilmri'l. unit Mull lluirclt.
rolirur'a In tln unit in r.
I tJ li'"ii it :oiiit'l(l.i- wtllmut Mitlttwti,
iL. y o bum" in Hmi.iliiln mIU IIm'w ttiU Utmt thou m- !
OU'tyou U1 iiini LIVHUM.-M- Klli.r..r Nil FIim
nilv t'Mio'v !(! wnhmtt
I'tiHt in aim
I A i-liulri nrioty of lending bmiiil.
J. T. MORTON'S ENai.tBtl GROCERIES.
OROSSE &: BLACKWELL'S ENOLISH OROCERIES
LmuY, McNeil & liduy's canned meats.
RlUUARDSON & ROUUIN'S CANNED MEATS.
I'lc. Tnl.lc ami UrkU. i Hh.xtn WrHpplng.
M AC C A RON I murv ire
i1! nml 1Mb. bore. j
BROOMS: . WruP,","
a Iiiikm viu-icty. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
I.AKOK STOCKS OK
!!!si!!il!ii: f!l:l!ili!i5. BuAlVl, Dry Mi,
Gmckirr. Min. iiii... Bit.
ALWAYS ON HANI) AT MOHF.UATK PRIOES.
Theo. H. Davies fe Co., L'd.
mtl Wiintnv Mlio'l4! it. sit ttiinri nml tit
n! for you window In WoimI oi Hm THmmiiiir
f cduri p iiiiint unt turKi tu tiiniitioii
ur tiAtiiUotiiH (!) BixiriMini S.Mt In Hiiln) (
opntriuK si tuoixjiinulf imu
ooovHriuw ni uvinipi,,in rurniiuir i--iiii
I ry our Knar CIibiik Dcdiff huyinu elMivtirti
Jb iblrt (if lf ( with Ohair ni HitlfthtwiriU U ihi.'Ii
voryixxl kimwn wt. lunhc a (ontutx of Inwiritii DtMurtlu-,
Mirytxxlf irnnwt 11 (i. tinnvnr whoniMM ihlt pvli rMatur.
WDKnuwl a tin ibnHMt boune In Bouiilulu
ulMiility. rriiinptnM aud Dinpatcb it our onau.
BKiiL 525 TBriBPTIONES Mutual 646
"TIME IS MONEY"
TO SAVE VOIR TIME AMI JIOVKY IIOI'll STEP IN TH
lTo. V King Street.
W Ihvm n iiii of N.' 0(mm1 tn urrlvn liy llio "Wilder" nnil thr "llritnt," nritt in (tittfe
riHiiu vtuolU'rour prment bUnil) Moolc ol
In Utile, Wniiiut nml Curly lllrcli of (ho lutPst nnttcrmi nt biioIi low price
that It will pny m to nvcn In ifi'iu titonon.
fcYo mir i.U'kihi A-kortiiivtit of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In i'tK anil nlii)ilR plccr Iu milt every taste nml overy pocket.
Al.l. KINH3 oK MANUFAOTURINQ DONE IN
Furniture, -:- Bidding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Best Quality of Livu G6sc Featbors, Silk f lots, Hair, Moss and Excelsior ilwajs oo baud
CT& All onliTo f om tlit (itlici- 1i"Uiih1h will Im nttonilnl to Inu munnir tluit will In-
Miro viiitfai:tl(iii. Try tin oiitv nml yia will nover lcuv lis, fur our K'ioiIh uro new ami
btylitli, ami will lio mII paobtil and cumu to you ut Ban Krunclbco prices
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINTinW "I all SIzm-plnltMir faiicy-iiml lettered to order CtlATlPC
IT mil J IV nt Han Kranofico prlcpi. DIliiiJIiD
1. Hx-el)il onlnr for all klniln of Furulluru will be tilled at lowest prices. Try
It and lie roiivlliied.
fiailty's Woven Wire Mattresses Kept in Stock.
An Kxperlenri-il Uiilinlnti-rer wl Dnirntor l hIwhvhrI your hki-vIc
Made in Honolulu Outlast the
Cheap Imported Articles
K3r Tlif litrt W(irkiiiiuishi uiwi tlu Ut MuUirial
olitiilii'il ut the
Hawaiian Carriage MTg Co.,
No TC2 Oun Street
Or in Favor of
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Guudsl Prompt, Reliable
I'Iiii .SiiMriur!t uf lli. -1- l.iiioiimtlvi
iivit (ill min l Iiii'.i nhliuuii not inil
ftlmilt?" XlirrtU -"Jt'rt bl'fUIIMl tllOV I "" '"," '" '"-,1"" """" 'I'milKlimU Hie
cau't liovo ft liirtliilny niicc, lit.ii l ""' ''"'
b .Smith uhiidr.tii ( nxt tluor. TI...3-j Wlfl. 0. IUWIM & CO., Lttl.,
think limy liavo liuun ohualuil. ' '
Indiunajmlli Journal. Bolo Ayoul. (or llio HawalJtc UUuili,
Mrs. Jloardinan ha removed the baU
uncr of her itoek from llatil ttreet to
her iirtntte llenldeiwe, where the in
tend cloHlnq it unt tit 2rlruti mle. It
WK DKStllli TD Hl'.OKIVK l'llKl". " urmwjfti umi mini jor impeeuon,
ttml rtiHiri tixiiivcriliiiis uf (iplnlun, and it ihe intends to rttire nermanent-
Irniii Hie InliuliitiintN of tliv IIiiwiiIIiiii i . .
MiiihR iiixiii tint mutation uf Annexii
tlnii, tlin Kt'-tiiratiuii of tint Muniirciiy, or
tin) l''iii'liiiitlnli uf it Iteplllilli'.
TliU U ili'-ired, fur tliu infuriiiiuiiiti of
the pi'Oliluiif iIih United .Stjiln.. The ll.linu
uf cih'Ii i-urre.imii!eiii will nut lie n-ed, nml
will im rc!!iriliii lis uuiillili-iiil.ii, II u u
iilli'tnl A ilil I.--.-1
A.Mi:i:ic.VV NKW.Sl'AI'CIt .SYMll-
. T.ii l.w'l; lliirilmi'iruik, MV'r.
1MI.I.M htieet, N. V
llil It-stf Wiisliliulun. I. r.. I'. S. A.
i vryi ACiqTri7iTl7P'a . CAT PI
l;ittjt.t shap' s and decorations1 " aiij w tJiuui
are being fillud in l'Vanco. We
saw a big dttinand ah-ad of us
and vvu took time by the tVt-lock.
Tlis Entire Stock
3avvnir?iu lianiwHi R Cf.. ii!
Oppiixite Hpreel.nl' lllucli,
y7 VOU'V SfRliliT.
WICNNKU' & CO.
Wii.i. Hi': Mil. n
Regardless of Cost.
lj from htuinrM the (load will he sold
rejitirdlemi 11 Vnst Old patrons are
cordially invited to pay her a vhit.
Orrtrr left ut the Pltctrtc fliu-Aiuur
Conipliim'o fyiovt twllt li
yt-oinutUt nUeuitril to.
Both Tolophonoa IO.
lliiHreniuv.il Inn Ollleu from llr IIihIiU'n
oIIIcii to tin Ciiiiii;n Intel)' lii'cilpli'il liv llr
I'eti r.uii uii lintel Btrtut, next lii Arllni;
Ion llotnl, Wit iw
If your KidiMriiition hns expired uuw
u a tmd time to renew it.
Attention! and Low Price I
I'UA'I IM.AtiK IK AT
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorrter Fort Se E3Lotol 8to
rr Our Soda VJater is the Beat 12
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
.Inst lii'ci'ivud a now lot from thu Puctory
of tho Colobrati'd
1MP10S. CIGAR AND C'KfAKETTB II0LI)BKS
WAX MATSHCS ALWAYS JU HAUL III QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
BIOIiLISTBR &c OO.