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FKIDAY, SRPT. 11, 1894
BEHIND CLOSED DOORS.
Those now ruling tho country
mado a great display ot governing
wix publicity Boon aftor thoy first
took hold ol affairs. Thy wuro go
ing to do nothiug-woll.bardly any-
thiug without giving tho press a
chance to look on at tho doing for
the information of the public. Thoro
was a niodo for ovadiug publicity
adopted, however, to bo practised
whonovor it was convenient to work
iu tha dark. "Executive session"
was tho mode. It was brought into
play weekly in tho Councils. Some
times thore it was doubtless advisa
ble and oven necosary to employ
aocrecy, as for instance when mat
ters connected with tho statn of
aiego which practically prevailed had
to bo comiilorud. It is certain, at
tho same time, that the Councils of
ten went behind closed doors when
matters of whoso dotah the public
khould havo beeu apprhed wero to
bo discusisetl. That tho eciucy of
proceedings wad sometime question
iiblo at tho loat was showu by the
efforts of some Councillors to liatu
thorn conducted opouly. Latterly,
or since tho proclamation of the re
public, "oiecutivo session" of tho
Councils havo been rare. Tho Board
cf Health now takes up tho cuo and
it. assumes the awo-inpiriug func
tion of going into "executive fees
nioa" at Its weekly or semi-occasional
mooting. It has always been ou
upon quostiou whether a subordinate
administrative body, like the Board
of Health or tho Board of Educa
tion, ought to have open sosi ious at
all. With functions almost exclu
sively executive the exception be
ing a certain amount of legixlativo
power iu making regulations, etc.,
granted by the statute laws and
being responsible to some maiu
department of the govoruuieul,
there is room for much argument
iu favor of having the delibera
tions of such a body held iu pri
vate, but with the understanding
that all its conclusions aro made
immediately available to tho public
at tho headquarters of the particu
lar body. Then there would bo time
or there ought to be for public
opinion to give forth its utterance
bifore the bead of the department
had ratified tho action of the board
It It had awakuued any controversy.
Under a normal condition of re
sponsible government, such a pro
cess of ndministraliou would not be
objectionable But tho way thlugfi
aro douo hero nowadays there is no
security for the public ngaiu.M pre
cipitation in executive acts of a kind
that should at tho least be placed
ou the defensive. There are t-oarco-ly
any Government contracts cin"
out, or appointment. to public posi
tion made, where there is nut sown
competitor, or tulnlivo or busiuofh
associate of a competitor, pitting at
the council board where the particu
lar thing is ducided. It Is therefore
i right that tho public rhould de
mand, to have the light of publicity
thrown, at a timely stage, upon the
transactions of all subordinate ad
ministrative budie. Allowiug that
omo mat tors of detail might pro
perly bo discussed privately, the
public should bare opportunity of
knoHing what is tho subject of dis
cussion. As it is, oftcu the lirst tho
public know about important qttt'S
t ions is when a secretly devised bill
is sprung upon the temporary legis
lature, with not infrequently au at
tempt being made to railroad it
through. The Board of Health is
now considering the question of ro
Moving a steamship company of a
now usoless hulk and transforming
it at great expense into a fumigating
vessel. This is one of those matters
wherein a miscellaneous body of
men may, for want of special kuoi
ledgo, put the couutry to au ex
penso for a particular service far
beyond au amount that would yield
better value than that obtained.
To show how liable tho country is
to suffer in this way, it is only neces
sary to point to the cawi here men
tioned. A committee has beeu sent
to report upou the matter, a maj
ority of whose members are inter
ested in getting the old hulk oil tlm
steamship company's bauds for any
prico that can be obtained.
YKS, BLAKE THE REPORTER!
How Politicians Tiy to Kecnpu the
Recoil of Their Own Tonguoa.
Georgo Cavanagh, the reputed
secretary of the International Schu
otzen Club, writes a letter to the
Advertiser in ro au interview with a
Bulletin ropoiter. Ho says: "1
would state (with all duo repect to
the Amoricau League and tho Schu
otzen Club), that I did not use that
threadbare expression 'family com
pact.' I am not in tlto liaint ol
speaking in a disrespectful mantio
oi tlioso opposed to my ideas poli
tical or otherwise." This denial of
an interview roiniudt the Hi'llktin
reprep'Hativo of a similar d'ciir
reueo which happened several
mouth" ago, when nn interview
was had with Tim Murray, president
of tho American Lague, auent tho
then proposed now conMittittou
Aftet having his say and seeing it
taken down II r. Murray backed it
up by stating that the reporter
could av anything ho liked again!
tho missionaries and iio would back
him up. Next dav Mr. Murray de
nied tho interview in tli morniug
paper, and stated that he never had
.in interview with a Bulletin re
porter. When seen later ho stated
tint he had been forced to deny tho
interview by members of tho league.
Friday, Sipt. 14, ISO.
The object of the Salvation
Army throughout the world
is to "reach the unreached"
and they've succeeded in thou
sands of instances. We do not
believe the reformations have,
always been permanent any
more than the efforts of Fran
cis Murphy or the ministra
tions of Dr. Kceley have
proved entirely satisfactory in
the matter of intemperance.
They, like Mr. Moody, work
upon the sympathies of the
people, they get them first in
terested and then enthusiastic,
It appears tiiat it is a 'like mi
(similar) case iu this instance. Mr
Cavanagh did use tho "threadbare
exoresion" a ho calls it, and in
connection with tho recent appoint
iiieut of Mr. Scott of Wailuku, Maui,
to tho captaincy of tho second watch
on tho police force. Mr Cavauagh
was a eandidato for tho position of
clerk at tho 1'olico Station and Cap
tain Kosohill, tho then clerk, was
tho American Leaguo's choico for
tho captaincy. As Mr. Cavauagh
himself said, both organizations got
"soup," and tho "threadbaro" family
compact got the best of them.
A Oood Appetite
Always accompanies good health,
and au absence of appetite is an in
dication of something wrong. Tho
universal testimony given by tlioso
who have used Hood's Sarsaparilla,
as to its merits in restoring tho
appetite, and as a purifier of the
blood, constitutes the strongest re
commendation that can be urged for
Hood's pills cure all liver ill",
biliousness, jaundice, indigestion,
sick headache. 'Joe.
No. t. Alwnvn In thick nt lowest uinr
.l. .. Ii' or lintc.
l.lM'tpool Ciiiil-t-. Illlli. Imif
i:nIMt tiitrjr,Slli. bugi.
lint 1 1I1 nn J Itnlf narieli
(it run Kena.
l'ulitur's In flop unci pHprri.
Dr. Cooper will leave by the S. S.
Australia to morrow for a six weeks'
VNCNPEItlKNCi:!) t.ADY IlESlltKH
It tltubtlull ait lloilhtrkfVper, (.Miles
Cumpinluii or 11 (linvnirB fr Children
turner iwoive jr tar 01 iue, aim" m
HAM, BACON, CHEESE.
IIIUu tl AUUL.-V
.'1 1 00 .viiioor. s
P.O. Mux. Honolulu.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
l'.ixiins allli nr Willi-
oiul (U'l; HnvUiit Krrucli
family cuohliin, ali-o Ht.tlt'.n
llooui fur liore. Atiinv In
Jleretuiiia ilrn t nr.it door to lr Aml-r-ioih
Our (JrjiCK Sai.hs and
iJ.MAI.L l'KOKIT Pni.tCV is u
far hotter one for thu public
than the lvsurrecti hi process
known as mm'.cial- fAi.i:s,
(joon.s IJn.ow Cost, etc.,
etc., at which the graves con
taining gooriri of tiiut-8 youe
by nro opened, and the mold
friiifj eoj'pseii trotted out to
Luuko a 8how.
One never getH SrnciAL
Vai.uk ac aai.ks; one may
A iliolcr vnrlct) of Irnillng brnnJi
J. T. MORTON'S ENGLISH GROCERIES.
OflOHSE & BLACICWELL'B ENOLIS1I OROCERtES
liddy, McNeil. & liddy's canned meats.
richardson ss rouqin's canned meats
FKU1TS: : PAPER:
rif, Tabic ntid Urlod.
Ti,' mill Hill. boxu..
a inrgo vnrictr. I Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
LAKOB STOCKS OK
f'laiithiiiiQ MM, ilinlMs, Dry Mi. '
Gntbrr, Foruitnre. Hit., liir,.
Al.WAYH ON HANI) AT MOIlKltATB I'ltlCKS
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd.
l'uu'Ks for lircsui:-
BUg VS TBAK.
OollUlon Takes PJaco to tho Alarm
One of the Smith's buxses attach
ed to three mules collided with a
tramcar near the Chinese theatre
bout 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
The front axle of tho bus broke and
it capsized. Tho tramcar suffered
some damage to its front part, as it
was going in the opposito direction,
The bus was left iu tho road and tho
mules were arrested and brought to
the Police Station, and later released
ou an understanding between Man
ager Paine and Proprietor Smith,
liiero was quite aneiiuteiu&nlin the
vicinity at tho time, as tho bus was
full of iiastungeri. Luckily they all
oicaped injury. Tho driver ol tho
tramcar ym slightly injured.
iti'XTKD Goods, but Kiiecial
value never. Spkciai.Vai.uus
are only obtained where you
yet Skasoxaism: Ooods
where (Juck Sai.ks and
Smm.i. 1'itorrrs are the fun
damental principle of the
house you are dealing with.
Expi rience will teach you
th'H if you do not realize it
now. Quick Hales and hiuuII
profits mean also no dull coun
ters, no dull goods, but new
styles, iu fact good that sell
u,t prices that are just right.
llave you noticed any of
those Laimks' Shiut "Waists
we spoico 01 last weeKr 11
not, you are certainly not very
observing, for there has been
more of them sold by us Inst
week than was ever sold in
Hono'ulu iu any two weeks.
Quick sales and small proliU
puliey did it. Only a tow of
them lelt. Hie same tbtug
might be said of UAituiAul:
Wo have some handsome
Umiuiki.i.a.s and I'auasoi.s.
Twelve yards Divsij Pat
terns of Gkxuixi: Ihisii Li
xkx Lawns in colors ul $2. sU
Ji:mi:.mmf.k the place; that
if you have any doubts, a
call at our store will satisfy
you that all we say about
Otiui Sai.h and jj.mai.i. Pho-
1 kits in a Fact!
Kiimu a Ihi; uud vwried Htoek the undersigned would 1r
partieulur wttcntion to the following :
'.Miuprisinjr Oalifomin J Lav, Barley, Rolled TJarley, Bran.
Middlings, Oats, Corn.
tcef In addition to our usual stock of them- vu are now
eurrvinrjr Washinirton Bran. Oats and Kolled Barley.
when slap, bang, comes a de- 'Phese are aeh possessed of strong feeding proportion and
sire to do better. But because are well worth a trial by all interested in stool;,
there have been backsliders , - f- XT "HT Oalllomlaft rj
among the S.dvationits or - X V- VJ J WaubiBgtnn Siatn
rrS: Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders I
n1nr.....Mr.. r.C tA ..l l.llH It I
.wtjuv-.. w. w.c . ji.m. . t KI0F - SALmoX:
uougn or a iiurpny mere is
no reason why these reformers
should not be encouraged. It SALT:
a man or woman has gone to
the dogs and a curbstone
preacher is successful in lifting
them up, even temporarily, it
is infinitely better than if they SOA PS:
had continued on a downward
course. Temprance lecturers
and Dr. Keeley have ben
scoffed at because their cures
have not been permanent.
Suppose they have not ! Take,
for instance, a man who draws
his wages Saturday night and
spends it in rum before Mon
day morning, leaving his wife
and children without the ne
cessities of life; "a bad stale
of affairs you will say." Well,
suppose by some means or
other he has a year of sobriety,
is it not a blessing for his fa
mily to have just that one
year ? Intemperance, and crime
are close friends and scientific
men consider them as diseases,
oftentimes hereditary, which
like consumption may be cured
or relieved according to cir
cumstances The Salvationists reach b')th
by getting a hold on one, for j
it selduin happens that a man
who thinks he is religious is a
drunkaid. We are not giv
ing a lecture on religion nor
are we exhorting people to
give up their "stout and bit
ter," nor do we propose to
don a red coat and shout halle
luj th from one nd of town to
the other, we merely wish to
call your attention to the fact
that up to the hour of going to
press there has never been a
windmill introduced that would
compare in any respect with a
galvanized steel Aermotor.
There are instances right here
in Honolulu where wooden
mills have btcn taken down
and a steel Aermotor substi
tuted. This has not been done
except through a preference
for good things, and because
people wanted more water
than any wooden mill would
pump. A little 1 2-foot wheel
out at the 0.strich Farm forces
water 65 feet high through six
hundred feet ol pipe. It will
do more than that but it hap
pens that nothing more is re
quired. A gentleman called
on us the other day and wanted
a mill and pump that would
raise the water lifty feet and
force it through thirty-two
hundred feet of pipe. We
guarantee to do it and never
turn a hair. We have never
heard of a wooden mill of the
same size that would do it,
some day there may be one
made but we doubt it because
the tastes of the people run
toward lighter material. The
Aermotor has been tried here
and is no longer an experi
ment. When a customer calls
upon us to purchase one we
first ascertain the work to be
dune; if it is within the power
of a windmill to do it we say
so and then guarantee it; we
have never had to take a mill
$ Cheaper and More Re
liable than Steam
Therefore, with the use of our New Electric
Motor wo can do
Mil! Work, General Biactsmiiliiog and Carriage Wcrk
LOWER THAJST EVER I
KAWAIliUS CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
N"o 70 Queen Street
1 JL WiKht It
UDWAY Ai roUTKK, LiuUiu Kurnltur- D-ml....
f the Hatvnllan Inland
liltmun lilth-K, (x-Ute.-u fori ami viunnu
and fiiif nf llninl irt tfolui
Ireet unp'tteii nl Puir
irt clittnji (i caittt W
h on tiini
h-Kmi Mart?. nfn KiH'klnx ('halt
II) vnti fii 1 1 ami (trie ttiMiu. irnoU
u y 1 1 1 1 1 1 k ?"u iui in DiuiUK-rixiib Fiiruitiif
uytliitiir ymi warn in ftwtriMtm Kurnitur
..II !&.. .1... Ihj A....tllMal Uflt t. I 'tt A. .at ll.MillA
JL mi will Sod iniiiilii lii t4i nt Irtim
nil al pfli-n It 1 cill On iinr.i
, wll v tin rii'l.tut ittirolitMi
0 Dump It vtiilltrU wlttjoiil UatlrruiM-a,
O hotliw ill Hinittliilu .t :) tfiMHlt MbMaiwi lbai at 1i,
on'l yuli iitrtl muw Lir Ukiw K-yl b-t 01 Htlk Kli-aal 1'hf mk
n(nl)' i'lll.twt -tuii (.ikIhi.ii
TIME IS MONEY"
ro havi: Yot'it timi: am munry moth rtki in tm
JtiXcrpip cg Co.,
No. T-l KLiriG Street.
W. tmv lot ol NYwHikhIh to nrrlrt,- by llie "Wlliler" "nil lliit "IiriHiii," nrt tit nmlif
rtMiiu mo oilur our (iroit'iit im vrb ktock ut
tu Onk, Wolnut it ml Curly llln-li of tli ht'ct pitterim at nncli low prii-rn
that it will 1 :i y ymi to invent in ui in tit onco.
H--n our r linut A'-n.iritni-ut of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs,
In ml mid itn;l plirt to milt flTi-ry tuttannd evtry mk:I(i.
All. KINDS OK MANUKACTUKINQ DONK IN
Furniture, -:- B-dding -:- and -:- Upholstery
B'jil Qudllty of Llv Gese Feathers, Silk Flos, Hair, Mots and Excelsior always on hand
m AM orilern from th-oilier ThIiiihI will tie tittenil-il to In anmnnrr that will In
pure fai.(aellon. Try uk nii- tml you tv'll never liave im, (or our uooilaare new at.il
elylllh, auU Mill Ik- well ptttlieil anil uunie tu you at Sun Krnticiso jiilres
Upholstering Guods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WINDOW 'l,"BI"i- I'Mn or Mnny-aii'l lettered to onler CUATjrg
rv (tm Pj
M 1. . .i .... i ..t . .
a nlilr nl nl' !. xitti 1 iifiir 4111I MilMtuutril n nti'.
mil jr v mini Min-i-o in li iiitnr tint u
olf flit mtiif 4itiiivi in Wru.t in tr Vriifiiiiiiit
( 1'inifM Nt iiniitl lull tiirKni In iimiiiI Icti
lit iiai'iU'ilii.- PnttM.) t".lrMiii S-10 in "iitlii I t
niAtrniw ' cnmuiAiitr raim
.i'iiVHriiiw if liii..liit'Mi FumiiIii.- iiMt
t'llnllK l-lli (HivlUk
vrytHly Ituiiwn At- uikh dvitiire .it liiiJtrmt LKxtiratiuK
veryiMfiv n.n tit no iirntvitv ' "' ma una inn a rMt' i.'u.
eiuKliai-l r llir I'tmniHotl Ututt- lb Utiunllilu.
Hliaiiilitv. I'fiiiiiittiinMi ami DiatinU'L i mil mutt..
1ma .:'jr - TMl.KJMIONKR -Mvti-ai. 46
OI oil Rlii'i- I'bin or lanny-anil lettrred to onler
t San Kruiiufoi-M jirlfMi,
11. Kic'ul orJtri for all Limit of Furniture will bo filled at lowest prices. Try
it and b conviii' ed
Bailey's Woven Wire TdaUresses Kept la Stock.
All KKiiPrlene.-d UilinliHrtir mil ).-nrntnr hIwkv a voir rvtr
ASSIGNEES -SALE! "KA MAILE;1
M. F. E11LEUS A: CO.
The Entire Stock
Mm. Uottrdman ha removed the but
tinve 0 her tltwk from Until etrcet la
OK her private Itesidnnce, where th in
tend ctotliin it out at jirlvate sale. It
WE MS" Eli & (JO ! ' arran'Jf,i "'"' reudyor inspection,
mid as the intend to retire permanent
ly from bus! nets the (loads will be sold
reiiaidltss of Cost. Old patrons are
cordiully invited to pay her a vioil.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.. Kd
Opposite HprickeN' It 1 1 m-U ,
307 FORT STUEI'.r.
will ir. hOi.n
Regardless of Cost.
FMtAtJTIOAL . (JUN-MAKKK I
llxKto Inform HlHirllnir Men and the
(tenitral 1'iibllu that I am jireiHrt'it In Km.
I in I r and llHnovftt every deM-riiitiuii of
''IriHrniH fl tine Ithli'B Hiid lleviiivert
itkillftllly Ke.hUiciccil. Illueltin jnd Imiihi).
i 11 K done in any tlnt'l- Kiritt-i'luBi work
iiihiih1iIi guaranteed ruHlniur nroniiitl
HMON KTUKKr, llNUI,tll.ll
JOHN T. BROWN,
Deiler In llawiillnn nnd KurelKii I'iihIiikh
KtAIIIlH. 1'. i. llox 111, lloll'l'.lllll
Hlfiliffl prleex ;iVill for ltliiid 11 ml I'nd
llil'Alllliili hlitliili III I'XI IlilUK-i fur oiler
i-ii'I trie front Uril'dim approval i rnii
HIieeiN fn-nunlfd to liny pun id tliu Inland
un uiiiill. ntlon with tovMi refe'tiien.
J l'. II lit (peu to tnt'Ll any volieetnrN
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods! Prumpt, Reliable
Attention! and Low Prices!
THAI I'L.U'K IH M
(T)i-(1rca left tit i' Vuclfir i)ilfitiuu
CotiUHtuu'f T'tpve ii'ttl til
vroiuitilit uticitdcit to.
Moth ToUlliruin ICi
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ooriitr Port &l Eiottsi 8ui
r- Our Soda Water is the Best &M
lint removed h'n Ofllfo fioni l)r llilddt'b
ill. en to llie I ot'H pi liilely i.i'iimiImI Iiv I lr
ri.o r-01 on noii.'i birrei, next to Ariltii;-
ton Hi tel,
If your tiditcriptioH has expired nun'
it a ntud time to renew it,
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
Just Ivi'cclvtid a now lot from tho Factory
of the Culubi'ttti'tl
-. SB. 11.
IMlMiS. OIGAU AN!) CEttAllETTB IIOLDKRS
In. -A.mlcr cvnd. 2vccrsc3.a-va.zn..
V.'AM MATCHL'J AL'.VAVJ CM HAIID III QUANTITIES TO SUIT,
I-iLOXjXilSI'EJK. &D OO.