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WEDS ESDAY, SFrT 12, 1H1W j
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There was an unfortunate quarrel
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mine nowi jwuuu imp uuht iiikih
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betwoou American and lirilish naal I
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oOleers. So conOicting wore tho ru
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oveu from persons who wore eye and
oar wituosses, that this papor deemed
it best not to give any accouut of it.
Our doclsiou would seem to be jnstt
lied by the fact that no t vo of the
reports given by four loutempo
raries agree. Tho result is thai
what was really a small affair, ex
cepting in accidental results of a
painful kind such tu a broken wrist
from a fall is a general subject of
disputation aud wrangling on na
tional lines from which the com-
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muuity had happily been free f or
a long time. liat imtalus tho '
matter more than anything else is .
the alleged adtice giu-n by n o-,
ernment official to the police when '
tboy arrirod, to "arrest tho. IJn-
tishcre, wo are all Americans." It is
a great pity the episode took plaeo
All tho efforts of tho Star aud mi-.
scrupulous correspondents of hi
United States press to create na
tional ill-feeling here by lying about
British official representatives aud
private residents, and abusing thoe
of the latter who did not fall in with
the revolution, have hitherto utterly
failed of effect further than making
their authors disreputable. In social,
religious and benevolent circles
there is no line of demarcation be
tween Americans aud British. Au
unpremeditated saloon quarrel bo
tweon naval officers of tho two na
tions is nut going to change these
happy international relations, espe
cially if it is true as said that out
siders were not quite innocent of
helping ou tho misunderstanding.
In the muautimu it is unfortunate
that so much hott has been eugen
dorod temporarily as to make it be
deemed expedient by their com
mander to deprive the men of the
British ship of thuir shore liberty.
"Least said is soonest mended," and
we would recommend both Ameri
can aud British residents, as well as
their respective sympathizers, lo ru
frain from disputing iu public places
over tho regrettable uupleasaut
TIMES ARE GUANOED.
So Mr. Hastings entertained tho
royalist commissioner to Washing
ton at the .Metropolitan Club, lio
uould scarcely do less for his former
clubmates of Oouolulu. But what
has that to do with the AdvortixurV
demand for increasing an expendi
ture uuder tho republic that the
present Miuistor regarded as ex
travagant uudur the monarch 1 Mr.
Thurston, in supporting an amend
ment of Mr. Dickey in ltO, lo re
duco tho salary of Envoy at Wash
ington from $12,0tXi to IO,O0O, said:
"If tho object was to make a great
spread, $0000 was not enough, but if
it was for the ambassador to live- io
speciality .."UU0 was sufficient. Mr.
Carter had means of his own to
make extra display if he desired.
He ought uot to have more than u
Minister al homo with the work of a
department ou him." Thou, ou tho
next itom, "Expenses of Legatlou at
Washiugtou.&OOU," &ud Mr. Ilrown'a
amendment tn make it (H, also
Mr. Gibson's amendment to make
the item read, "Secretary aud inci
dentals," etc., as tho Envoy dcnimd
to have a secretary lo the Legation,
Mr. Thurston "considered tho uunti
uient on which this appropriation
was based as altogether too fine for
this house to grasp. The Hawaiian
Ambassador had got along well
enough the last four years without
a secretary to convey his messages,
and it would uot hurt his dignity or
that of this country if he carried
hit messages himself. It would be
better to build necessary roadt,
bridges, wharves aud echoolhoiifies,
than to expend money ou bucIi high
toned seutiments." Thus wo linil
the man who is to-day drawiug $12,
000, and saving probably most of it,
for a mission from which ho is
absent most of the time only a few
years ago begrudgiug his eminent
predecessor more than $10,(XK) for tho
aaino mission, in which it is known
he spent more than his salary to
make his office brilliant and inlluen-
By XjVwIm 3. Lovey.
OATS AT AUCTION
TO-MOKROW, Sept. Itli,
AT 12 0'Ol.OUK NOoN,
A.T MY SALESROOM
I Will. 4(1.1. AT ITIll.ll' Al'l riD.V
SCO Bags OaA,s
In loin tu mill.
lUttwio J. Lovoy,
Minister i HiK-rctiry to help him,
now complacently holds tho posi-
tion of Minister with not a more
rocrotnry to help him, but a Chargn
,1 A ITnircs lo do His whole work and
draw another lar.;o salary. It is fit-
tintf that tho apologist for such
itrohs otravacani'i, who cnu otilv
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tin v to vritii'isuis thereof with
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ooareo iuutlts, should w a man who,
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whilo a Minister under that mon-
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ari-hieal regime whoso excesses he
deplore from hirf editorial chair to
day, managed the building of tho
royal palaco ilh such consummate
ability that tho cost of the structuio
exceeded the appropriation for it
by SI 17,000.
Tho present situation reminds a
Scotch resident of a remark of Lord
Chancellor KUlou' as recorded by
James Uraut. In reply to a remark
that wo had fallen on degenerate
davs tho Lord Chancellor observed:
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llilll I WJI FUIIIIIMII lilt! HUIt
VatVmw,txl wV tlio V.Uirtsc my cloak
jt wa, ,lw.u..ient. Noo it is like a
uiucklu kail pat on tho boil a' tho
has risen to Ihu tap." The re-
'"" fil J1"11 nm nt l,, ro'eut
w:nu..... o,...ii u
iortr.iit on Watch Dials, which ho
s making a specialty of. Lantern
lecture by the set or
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
On THURSDAY, Sept. 13,
AT tO O'CLOCK A. M
I will m lint Auction, n tny Sili-jmeiii a
(luicr.il .Wiirtimwit o! .MfrcliiimlUi',
u iuitntlt ol IIoiimIioIiI I'lirnltitro
iri'iiiiiU'.l fur t'liiixcnU'iiiv ot
Mile), cuiislnlllig ef
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets
OnU lie Ireom He,
nliiklu nnJ Dimlilc lltriWir-tilis
Iron HciImcuiW, tiprhiK Multrosci,
1 OAK DINING EXTENSION TABLE!
Moves TaMes, Chairs,
lletl Liningi", I'.lc, htc , Etc. Abu
1 Trunk of Fine Clothing
Tin ir.in rv of ii ii'iitlciiinn who liml to
liMW lleniiltllil .11. 1 filly. Alio
1 Low Phnoton and 1 Brnko
In excellent orilur.
Tvrtn J. Ijvoy,
Our ltri(!K Sai.ks nnd
Smai.i. I'muTr INh.icy ib a
fuc licit lm' onu for the public
than tho ii'.siiiTi'cti'in process
UllOWll tlH M'KCIAI. tAl.KS,
(JowDs Hm,ow Cost, etc.,
tc. ut wli eh l lu graven con
laininy goods of times gone
1 13' arc opened, and the mold
cling corpsca trotted out to
make a show.
One never gets Special
Value at Sales; one may
get Low J'ltH'ES for Kesi'u
i:etli tioons, but special
valuenever. Special ArAi.fES
are only oDtameu wnere you
get Seasonauli: (iuons
where (rifK Sales and
Smai.i. Pkopits arc the fun
damental principle of the
house you are dealing with.
Expi rience will teach you
this if you do not realize it
now. Quick sales aud small
prolits mean also no dull coun
ters, no dull goods, hut new
styles, in fact goods that sell
at prices that arc just right.
Ilavc you noticed any of
those Ladies' Siiiut Waists
we spoke of last week? If
not, ymi arc certainly nt very
observing, for there has been
more of them sold by us last
week thun was ever sold iu
Honolulu in any two weeks.
Quick sales and small profits
policy did it. Only a tew ot
them left. The
might he said of Cahhiauk
Twelvu yards Divhs l'at
icru.s of (.JnvuiNi: Iitisu Li
xi:x Lawx.s in colorn at ...10
! " patfern.
I Jkmi:.miii:h (Ik place; that
ill yon have any don b h, a'
I ,r , mi I r i
icall at our htorc will huliMy
t'.ll I lull nil It'j. Lilll filifillt
; k)i icii S.m.k nnd .s.mai. i. 1'ito
1 1'i'i.s is a Fact!
If. F. 121LLISKS & CO.
HawJiiina HarflWHre Gfl.. L'Q !
Wednesday, Sept. o, 1S04
Tlie talk about celebrating,
torch-light processions, etc.,
over the action of the United
States in regard to Hawaiian
affairs is sheer nonsense !
What's the use? Better use
your kerosene to jubilate over
the Tariff Hill becoming a law.
It is favorable to the interests
of Hawaii and ample reason
for jollification, barbecuing 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 the influence
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Everyone has suffered during
the past 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 face. I
We predict .1 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
i hundred and twenty ten
years ago. The planter has
had experience, he knows how
to produce the largest quantity
at the lowest price j 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 then. We anticipate two
very prosperous years for the
planter and consequently for
everyone else. We exj.ect to
sell more Hendry Breakers
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 theie will be
a demand fur an article of this
kind for breaking new land.
We 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
effect, and for that reason the
manager selects the plow with
the lightest draught. The
Hendry Breaker is the one.
Every line; of business 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 btich
calls for it that we have
creased it. Haviland Ware
has been a staple with us ever
since we started business; our
orders for some of the very
, lutst sliapt s and decorations
arc boin filled in France. We
saw a big demand ahead of us
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and we took tine by the fct-
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liixiilto Kprrvki'la' lllonk,
307 FORT STRllil
Krom a large and vuncd stock the undersigned would drw
particular attention to the following :
tompriHiiig California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Outs, Corn.
$3? In addition to our usual stock of these we are now
cm tying Washington Bran, Oate and Rolled Barley.
Them are each possessed of strong feeding propertien and
are well worth a trial by all interested in stock.
tZp T C"""5 TT TI3
Royal and "Cleveland
No. I. Alnny In flock ntloni'fl innr
Let II men.
."!. R. li'pcrlmlo.
.lcrHMil Ciiiix. 11:111. Iiiik
CnttlMi IJnlry, Sdlli. bng.
HAM, BACON, CHEESE,
J T. MORTON'S ENOM8U GROCERIES.
OKOSSB Si BLACICWELli'S ENOLI81I GROCERIES
LlUDV, MCNEIIj & LlUUY'B CANNED MEATS.
RICHARDSON Si ROUDIN'S CANNED MEATS
FKU1TS: ' PAPER:
I'Ip. T.11,10 and llrl.Ml. I ,W .,,,,,,
Vi nnd 1Mb. l)OJi.
l.AliOK STOCKS OK
MimiM stHiiK. Mm, Dry Gonis,
ALWAYS ON HANI) AT
Theo. H. Davies fe Co., L'd.
"TIME IS MONEY"
TO SAVK YOU II TIMi; AND .MnNKY IIOTII STBl' IN TO
ESo:p:p 8o Co.,
No, 7"-! Kins Street
W Iihth a lot nf NVw (IimmI" lo arrive by tlin "Wilder" mid 111 ''tlnttnt," mid u niitkn
room m v ullnr our prmvnt iti'jli ktuck ot
In Oak, Witliint and Curly Hlivli of the litrst iritlrnm t ini'li low prtif
tliui It will jiny ou to Invest In thrni at onco.
Ki-h our hli'h'int Ai-oortinont of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In tn'H ninl cIii(4Ih pieces to mil ovrry tato and overy poukct.
Al.l. KINDS OF MANUFACTURING HONK IN
Furniture, -:- Brdding -:- and -:- Upholstery
But Quality of Llvr. Octe Feathers, Silk Flos, Hair, Mors and Excelsior iIvnjs 00 bind
tk- Allonlors (rum tliMillio' UIiiiiiIh will be ntlendfU to Innmnnner that will In
MiruMiilnfautUin. Try lit oiuo mill yon will invur li-nvn on, for our cuoiU ure now and
MIWi, ami will I'f wtill pniilfd and voinn to you ut Kan l'runclsuu jirlcea
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
UlrtfnnW ofitllBlrcs-pliliiorfnncv-andlrttrriMltoorder CtfAfirC
niniJUn al Ban Kmnoffeo irlcra. OllillJIiO
Bdc'hI ordtTH for all kinds of
i and lie con villi cd,
bailey's Woven Wire Mattresses Kept In Stock.
f An K.xHnwd UphiitaiHror nnd
ASSIGNEE'S -:- SALE !
lllu Jjlllillu OlUllK
VVENNIilK & (JQ,
Wild. UK hOLli
Regardless of Cost.
1MIALTIOAL UUN-MAKfSU I
1 bey to iiifnnii Hiiortiiifi Mn nmt Hit
GfliurHl I'lihllc lliHt I mil 1 1 re n I nt to Itc
imlr mi'l Itcuovitf ev.'ry .If axrli.tiuii of
V'lrt-iirnii ilnii lllllc iind l.'pviilvnr.
vkilllu'ly ltH-Nt4K'ktl ifliicrtf rttnt llrimii
n dont in any vlniilii. KirnUrlnnH ui.ik
l'litHIll(i ilU'rtlilop.i I'liHliniira nriuiintlv
IIMO.S HTItKKI, IIONOI.Ul.il
JOIiN T. QROWN,
Denier In liiiwiillnn und I'nrrlitn I'iihIiiuu
KUiii.n, 1'. o. Ilox III, Honolulu.
jtt Kiiiimi-h Iii i-xiliiin. for oilnr
ronntrliH from llrHt-rlinin iiimroviil nIicuih
Hlii'uti roiwuriil tonih intriuf t liu JkIhiuIh
on iiiiillintl(m wllli ton ridcrt-n.
J. 1,11 ItMijiun to nii'ttuny colliclom hy
M Baking Powders I
Itnrrcla nnd Half tlairclt.
Folucr'a In 1I111 and paprni
A rlinlce variety of lr.idltia lirandt.
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
& "Star" Kerosene
Knrnllure 111 ho filled at lowest nrlees.
Dinriilnr t 1whv nt vonr rTi(
" K A M A 1 LE."
i Mrn. llimrdvian luu remavfd the bal-
I ancf oj her stock from Hotel street to
her private Jtenidence, where the in
tend clotinp it out (tt private tale. It
' arranged und ready for inspection,
and at the intend to rttire permanent'
ly from hutinrti the Goods will be told
reuat diets. Cost. Old patrons are
cordially invited to pay her u vhit.
tnrdrva left Mt Ui Mtlfic AMrAivtnra
tfomvttnu' tytovt twill b
promptly tttttiKf tit t.
Both Tctcptionea ie
Huh reinovi'd din Oillco from Ur IIiiiMv'm
ollli'ti 10 tin CiiiiH!u liitoly ('cuiilul liv Ur
ruurioii on noun mrcui, ncil lo Arlllii;
ton llotul. Il.'7-tw
If your tubsvrlptton hat expired now
it a K"(iil time to renew it,
Is Cheaper and More Re
liable than Steam. . . . . .
Therefore, with the use of our New Electric
Motor we can do
Mill Work, General BlacXsraithiag and Carriage Work
LO'WIER. THAN UVTDR, I
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
isro 70 Queen Street.
HDWAY & POUTER, Li1inf
f th Hwn!iftn rUmU
ubuirou Uluuk, iaMiti (fori
illlit tifturi mil .if Hnll trmt
irwl iniMini ol Km Purutlum
irt ohtutp fur (firth W h on nini
ickrr Wnm. Jufn tUxtklng Cbairs
ill vmi nll ml tnr ihnno triwvU
uytlJlUK fou wniit in DiuiiiK-nxjuj Furuilurn
ujthiiiK F"" "Aiil lit (VMironin Fnrnitunt
on imiii iu tw uiiliil Willi
ou wilt Qrnl iMiiuiilt. tivli
ail At lilli-rw tu villi til im.ii
p wll m tli rii'litt purrhnvMt
O himif U i'oiiiiiImU fflt.Lout
n lion- iu Riirinlulti w. lh
on't you ii"l nun Livt- tlt
niul i'lluiw ml Ciiolxnri
ntlj iihiiim ,Slit.f iii ti .itlnr ninl tM
(i- (or r'"ir kIihIi.iv in Wmiil or Rriwa Tritiumim
f coum. iinitfi not lorwM u inniituui
ur hMiiWitin rm li.Mlro.11n H In rlilnl i
iiniruiM i iw.miiii mi
W'liVKrniK iif ltiiii.r.M(
I rv ilill fvi-o I'lmllK Ix'tujr till
J (iIi)h. ui ittl iv. ivitl. I'hnir
vtiryUxty kiiiiwr wt mtk
vorylHHlv kimtva 1i l. tlnluny rlin innkn till mmiI fnluni.
wnKuul i- tli" oliKiHH-gi
Hlinlniity. fruuiiniiiiHii auc
Hm. n2A -TKI.RPnONTBK -.,1rTi'i. 4fi
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods I Prompt,
THAI Vl.M'K IS AT
Benson, Smith S Co.,
Corner Fort. At, oti 8tb
rs- Our Soda Water is the Beat
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
.Just lii'ci'ived a new lot from the Factory
of the Celebrated
IMPWS. CIGAR AND CIGAUBTTJa HOLDERS
Xxx .xn.'ber cxxiea. Ceoraclia-vana.
WAX MATCHES ALWAYS OH HAND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
sioxjijisaPBR 6c ao.
Crib mi CiM-
Ui smImM from
kimmU nhwr than
r-thr nt Silk Kltiaal
Fiirnitiii - iH.iilit
y him nlhnwlmii,
ui) MiiHluknU tn niai.-r.
fiwiliim of lutonut LHwmiatitiM,
hiiiiMi iu Uiiuululu
DihpnU'b it oih rooiui
Attention I and Low Prices)