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Unt Fstablhhed fa- Ik IVntfii of Alt
SATUItOAY, SKPT. IS, tl
Thoro h a lanjp proportion of
friL'inal maUr, both editorial and
oorri'ipondoncp, in tlm rnntcrj
Monthly for gpptoniber. No agri
culturist, larjro or sina'l.vjujjhi to 'u
vilhout tliit ivrloiV.iT.I.
It was cruel id "i" AdvTlisir
to writi attvli n ' .ru-h':n'ly pit ho
tic" faiowoll. a- Uoberl J(miii ritcv
onooti Would Iitrto lhd it, to Mr.
J'ouroso tlii" luuruinij Why not let
tho osleojiipd Rcntl'inau yo away
happy, nfti r ho had il.ii a Rreat
dual to ma'io tho cjinnw ;ily happy
as woll n pood? Mr. IViiio.m
f reached th go'pol without poli
tic, but any hnouinj body who
notes lb" Ad rtier'H grief wo-iM
Miiuk thai ho was a man of ilw own
.iduey. He wa uol.
iMits Caller bid fauuell to lur
pupils in l'ort strict r hool vtrr
uay, the aiuinMc Hoard of KdnaMon
vlth tswoiiiaiiVr:.hr.a'iui,t having
rlistniised her bivts.t dio rofued
to taku tlm oath to fiht for tho He
publ'to. Mauy of the elimlmn wept,
mil fOCic in tl ol' tfrk'f throw down
their looli, declaring they wcro
done Hi that .n'houl. Siiu'o 1'ro
'o.'sur c?t'ott, tho principal, has be
eorue a political stump speaker, tiie
morale of Fort F-trt it school has nt
procinbly declimd. Tho whole
Uoird of Eilucatioi' h now a nest of
incompetence, into!erauci and bi-
otry. Its members reirard politiial
orthodoxy a tho ono thing needful,
regardles of other qualifications of
teachers It pays l.ih salaries to , uol7uied alld the mold
illiterate boobies in tho country, J. ' ' .. i .
...i ennjr eori)se trotted out to
who cannot ciutrtict a sentence of
Euulih. and whose sole recommend
ation is their M'rvici's a oufu'.-imi.d-
cuts of tho Government newspapers.
Proof of this can be given at any gtt Luw 1'ltK KS for KttSUIt
luue. Let thulj;ud ask tho Ader- i:i:t"l'j:i) CiOOD., but Special
tUer and Star to turn over tho
original MS. of tho eoiiespondeiice
sent them b certain teaolur, and
it lliere are iwo ceuieiiwe in any
of theiu correctly composed and
spelled, the Ut'LiXTlN uill forfeit
a year's sulucripliou to ttio writer.
Tiiis paper knows becau'o it ha
had dealings w:th I!i'Jm "cattlo."
msie:; to xhk slnaiou.
IVoplu.ibro.id will be iutercjted
in reading the follouiiig letter, that
appeared n th:. uii'tuing's Adur
tiur. TLiy a:"!"' nppteeiale it
thoroughly, uowi v.;i, it,iout l,uot
ing that ihe load i .1. I'mnu-Ioik
Sc Co. wa? r member of the fniniiiil
tee of .iicty, into whuso hands
United Kim,- M,i.i.i(-r John L
SleviM d '.veu. I the gc-v.-riiiuent
of this cjunny. rthi'i. Ll "iad un
lawfully and u:li d!j AU'swrled by
'tis eountr s uriiied fuuej .Mr
Kmmeluth iivi ben am. uiberof tlm
Advisory L'ouu il of th l'ro isioual
'Joveiiiluelll aud of tin. KiMl ' !
of Hawaii" evvr siace, ;.ud behold
how ho loves v. hat S.owm calls, "tlie
!i'-t jjoverisment tlm islamlr ncr
bad' ivho'i :tt small potato liatis
action. Inn I ihe teiiator'a oun
Mn. IiiTOR,--VtM'i'h to publicly
protest ugftitiK tit lr.ttiioits adopt
id by tho Interior Department in
tho matter of awarding contracts
4 nu instnnro in point witness tho
action f the ts'iperuiteuilout of
Public Vi'oiks as reanN tho bids on
pumping plnir, to.
Tiie pi.in -jiti ,ns wiro diawu up
iu five gectious A, I), (.', D ami K,
nud biis were invited for the wholo
or for material under any ouo sec
tiou. Section 13 called for the price per
loot on foursiKHbof pipe--ijuautiiieH
required being given price per
pound on s!)uii: eight tons of con
nections and tho prleo per pound
on about eight tons of pig lead.
After the hpecitications were in the
hands of intcudiug bidders sevm
12-iuch, six H inch, and six (i-inch
Cltupiuau valves ero added to this
Wo tendered on material n above
aud were notified on Thursday ly
tho Minister of the lutunor that
other had underbid in and we
wrote to the firm for whom wo made
tho tender accordingly.
Wo wi u surprised therefore when
the Suporiutoudent of Public WurJo
asked us lalu this evening whet hoi
wo wished to supply the pig h-ad
aud Chapman valve at tie priee.s
stated in our tender. Wo promptly
declined to be a pmty to any tiuti
uubusiiieshlii mi tin its.
Wo havo heeii btisiuthi for
tvvclvo jeais and h.iVi met all fori a
DELICATE I DELICIOUS ! DAINTY !
ASK YOUR CROCIiR FOR
Tln'ii ore Nov I'ir. i.-iri;., I'.i', l.'.v r.i ' ' 'lud. Ono 'rill will irov) tlirlr nitirll.
K. II, Tho Cuhu ol' tlili. bruntl cuutatxi ft Kiwitor iiunntity thnn thoao of
of j.iMpU', mid Imvn (oin1orr.il on nil
umuii'i of jrilt! in our lino, but this
is tho first timo wo havo bcou asked
tr iHvv our tender with souio ono
tvlio had a cut ratu to offer on n job
lot of ii'ipe.
Our tomlnr was based on ettl
mMos sunt us by a thoroughly rella
hie ti nil in I ho Lnstorn States; wo en
ilonwircd to strictly follow tho letter
of (lie speuificalious, aud would havo
ItMtvcrcu innlutiul as contemplated
had wo b.'pn succos?ful.
Wo boliuvo tho lowest tondor for
all materials undnr any one head
should, by tho ordinary laws of busl
ni's, l)o accepted, nml havo no kick
coming when such is the eat-o; but,
i we stalled out to say, protest
np.iiust tho peddling horein ilea
1 1 il.i-l J. EintKLUTii & Co.
Iltuo'tihi, Sept. 11, 1SJ1.
hilo in Chicago, Mr. Charles L.
Kahl.'r, a protniuent shoo lriorchint
of l)o Moines, Iowa, had quito a
rious time of it. Ho took such a
oum cold that ho could hardly
t all,- or navigate, but tho prompt mo
of Charubcrlaiu's Couli Kemody
iMii cd him of his cold so quickly
that others at tho hotel who had
bad colds followed his example and
half a do.eu persons ordered it from
tho nearest drugstore. They were
profiiM in their thanks to Mr.
K alder for telling them how to cure
a bad cold so quickly. For sale, by
all dealer.-.. Ik-nsoii, Smith & Co.,
Ap-iits for the Hawaiian Islands.
Policy is a
Itir better 0110 lor the public
than the resurrection procefs
known HS Sl'KCrAL f-ALKS,
(Jnmm Hki.ow fJnsr. otr-..
vtc at wj, c, tj,e graves eon
,::,, ,r(IM,lu nf timi.m,iw
niaku n wbow.
VALUK. :tt SAI.KS; one limy
value never. Sl'KCIAL VaLUK
j,rt. 0ly obtained where yoil
,a.t yKASOSAllLK 001)8
where Ct'ifK JSalks and
JSm.u.l Pnoi'iTS are the fun
di mental principle of the
li'iipju you sue dealing with.
Experience will teach you
this if )ou do not realize it
now. (juiek sales and Hinull
proJiln mean also no dull coun
lci, no dull goods, but new
si vies, in fact goods that sell
a: piiees that are just right.
Have, you noticed any of
tho.c Laih:s' Siiiut Waists
we .spoke of last week? If
not, you tiro certainly nut voi'A
ob-etvtng, for there has been
mote of litem sold by uh hibl
wick th'ii) wnu ever sold in
flono'ulu in any t wo wcekfi.
Quick sales and smull prolits
p-diey did t.
Only a tew of
i hem left. I'he same thing
e same thing
iin-'ht be said
We have some handsome
Umiiuki.las and Pauasols.
Twelve j'ardH UreH Pat
terns of Gknitinr Imsu Li
m:n Law.vs in colore at $2.50
, 1i;mi:miii:u the place ; that
if you have any doubts, a
call at our store will watisfy
you that all we Hay about
jriCK Sali: and Small Pno
rrrs iw a Fact 1
l. F. KlILKItS Ss CO.
1'l.AHS roil HKOINNKKB VILli HE
dtnrlitl MONDAY NKXT. Ht-pt 17th.
it' TMjnelimk v. m.. In llie Hull of tho Wuv
lliutiliiiR, No. Iu Klin ttiecf, (iruuiiil flour
I iw iiim ),.io ot ilia Ktilnlila of ly
Hi as. All ptrMins who wlsnlOHtuily whut
1'iin. foiiliy nully In are cor.Uully hiviii'il
lO Httfllll. H3-tt
1WII.I.N0I UK KKBl'O.SBinbK FOlt
nny luiN cnnlrauieil by my nun, Loulu
cincr, nit tier U lie antburlteit to collect
iiiuiify or itceliit bills for me.
MUB. HI NO Kit,
Honolulu, Bept. 4. lbOI. U!i8 'Jw
A N l'.XI'KIIIKN'ei:i) T.ADV DKBIREB
J. a ilt'iati a ax JloiievkiOmr, jilica
v iiiiini'i'i or in OoverntK t r illilMren
uli'lur lAt-ivo jtarj of ii o. Aililrrm
117 Ct 1' U. Hox, Honolulu.
HawaitaQ Hardware Go.. I.'d
Friday, Sept. U, 1894.
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. Keeley 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,
when slap, bang, comes a de
sire to do better. But because
there have been backsliders
among the Salvationists or
among the people who have
once yielded to the persuasive
eloquence of the late John B.
Gough or a Murphy there is
no reason why these reformers
should not be encouraged. If
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
had continued on a downward
course. Temprance lecturers
and Dr. Keeley have b.en
scoffed at because their cures
have not been permanent
Suppose they have not 1 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 state
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-
The Salvationists reach both
by getting a hold on one, for
tt seldom happens that a man
who thinks he is religious is a
drunkard. 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
lujah from one end 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 rigrjt here
in Honolulu where wooden
mills have been 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 Ostrich Farm forces
water 65 feet high through six
hundred feet of 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 fifty 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
done; 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
Hiwtiliu UsrdwariCo.. U'
OprOiilte HireckeU' Ulonk,
307 FORT STRltlil.
Krom m large aiid vwried stock the undersigned would draw
particular attention to the following i
l'-mipri(rfnq California Hay, Barley, Rolled Barley, Bran,
Middlings, Out, Corn.
K3 In addition to our usual stock of theae we are now
currying Washington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley.
Those are each possospfd of strong feeding properties and
ttro"well worth ft trial by all interested in stock.
pp T f-v T TP 'I' CaliforrtUn uni
- J1 ' - VMhlBBtoa Mutt.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
So. I. Alwnyg In itnck Ht lowest mar
l.let'ol CnriiMi, 1121b. bK
KnulMi Dairy, 4, Hi. bar.
HAM, BACON, CHEESE
J. T. Morton's English groceries.
Orossb & blackwell's enousu groceries
Liubt, McNeil. 6s LtiinYs canned Meats.
RICHARDSON Ss ROUDIN'S CANNED MEATS
FRUITS: ; PAPER:
I'lc. Tablo and Dried. ()w, Wrnj)plnK.
MACOARONI: ' TWINES:
V,i and 1Mb. boie.. 1
A Inrgo variety
LAHGK STOCKS OK
Pleniiiiii iiDilms. Hardwaro. Dry GouQs.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ld.
TIME IS MONEY"
TO GAVK VOlllt TIMK AND MUNKY II0T1I KTK1 IN Til
Hopp 8o Co.,
No. 74 King Street.
W bavr a lot ot Nt-w (looU to nrrlvn by tlm "Wilder" ami III" "Ilrant," and ui iiimHc
room nooll'cr our protuut nujerb fiwt ot
In Oak, Waluut ami ('nrly nirch of tlm littt nnltrrnv at surh low irlm
tbat It will my you to Invest In ifivm ut once.
S our Rlcj;unt Aisorlmetit of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs.
f n not and lnc?le (ilecen to tult eriTy taste and every pocket
AI,L KINDS OK MANUKACTU11IN0 DUNK IN
Furniture, -:- Bidding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Beit Qtulltj 0f Live Gt Feathers, Silk Floss, Hair, Mors and Excelsior ilwajs on bind
All orders from the mlie' Inlands
sure sailsfaclloii. Try us onrti und you will nvverl,are uh, for our uoodsaro new and
stylUb, and will be well packed and come to you at San Krancihc.i juices
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp & Buttons
WfNnflW Of all Bite- plnln or fsnov-ond lettered to order CUATirC
W iniJUlf at Ban Krancfico prices. OaliUbO
VMBpctal orders for all kinds of Furniture will be filled at lowest prices,
and be convinced.
Bailey's Woven Wire Mattresses Kept in Stock.
An Kxnriinrd nplnltrr and
The Entire Stock
WENNER & CO.
Regardless of Cost.
PRA0T10AJL, . (HIN-MAKEU I
I'beKto Inform BportinK Men aud the
General Public that I am prepared to He
pair aud Renovate every deiM-rliition of
Firearms. Quus, Kttleii and ItcvrilveM
skillfully He-stocked. illueiiiK and lirnwii
lux done luany shade. Kua-clis work,
nianshlp guaranteed (liKtoinHmiimmvllv
UNION BrilKKI. IIONOI.llI.il
JOHN T. BROWN,
Dealer In Hawaiian and KnrHiiu I'nititKe
Btamps. 1, 0. Jlox 411, llouoliiltl.
IllKlx'iit prli'eii given fur llniiKil mid lUrd
II.iHalliiu Buiiiim III ext'liKiieo fur nllur
couiitrlfs from tlrHt-i'latu HppmvHl nlit-eiN
Bhevts furHardcil lonuy pariuf llie IbIhiuIh
on apiillcatloii with town rtliTrnin.
J. I. II Is oimii to meet any rulli-ctnrs hy
MnrrcN mid Ilnlf llanlt.
t'oltfi'i' In tin ml piper.
A choice vnrlcty of IpaiIImk brand.
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
& "Star" Kerosene
cmdrr, Pmlim, bk. hk.
will he attended to In a iunnnr tbat will In
Pwnratnr I. alwav" at vonr ttp
Mm. Boardman hat removed the bal
ance 0 her atock from Hotel street to
her private lletidence, where the in
lends clostnp it out at jmvate sale. It
is arranged and ready for inspection,
and as the intends to retire permanent
ly from business the Goods will be sold
reiiardless of Cost. Old )atrons are
cordially invited to pay her a vMt.
COrrtrra left Ht tli ttMclftc fiitrdiuMY
CoiiH'Uttu'a Sktovr ii'ttt b
prounitty utttiirtcrt In.
Hoth Vt1a(stvctrkcia 1.
Hub reumvi'd his Onion from Dr. Iliiddr's
nllH'n lo 1I111 ('uite!t iHimy in'rimlnl liv Dr.
ri'iiMnu nil Jioifi sirrel, nt'Xt 10 .riinn-
If your subscription has expired now
it a nvod Him to renew it,
Is Cheaper and More Re
liable than Steam
Therefore, with the use of our New Electric
Motor wc can do
Mill Work, General BlacXsmilhing and Carriage Work
LOWER. TKTA1T B1VTB3R. I
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No 70 Queen Street.
HDWAY POKTKH. Lwiiiik
f tl)B Hawaiian Inland
obliiMiu BUfc'k, ltAwiu Koil
iglit hand mil hi Hot! atr!
iiYfil liiiiMirim ol Kiuw furultiun,
irt chuap fur wuih W bv on harm
ittkHi Wnio. tula rtovkliiM liliair. K
III ou oall ami tiric thu ijiwmU
ujltilUK fuu atit iu DiuitiK'rooin Kuruitur
nythniK you want iu Bwlrimro Furoltnm
.. ..... sla... Iu ..a.ailiu.t . fr.
JLm u will 6nd iiiiiilo liMk
nil at uiM.tx to uit tli iM'i""1
wmII th rlriMi iiirlax
0 butnr l uuiuprlr wlthool Mailman..
O hniia in Honolulu ll tha ifiMwIf ibMpnf Ihavn
ou't you urmt 'inr Livt- Om
andr 1 llov ann (.'iiarimna
(itl.tj V'ui,tfi Mtialn M til ioir anil it at
oloi fo voii inilm in Wiwwl ut Rraa Trlmmifi.
f 'inirt iuiiki uol lititml 'i 'iir-iiii.ii.
ill tiantUitiiix t'arvml IttxIrfHUii Sta in Sltt
tAirifiki ai if.iiiaiil- ialn
XI'OVMflllU ll llllltlllMIM KlIllllllM-
rv 0111 ra v.imit imion imiviiik
J m ol H (Uh witki ('hair4
veiryUxly kitowa r iiioh' a liMurt- of tuirior DwooraltuR,
VHrylMxtv know kit Ciiv Onlwav lr uiakH tbi aiwrtaJ fMiuen.
iH'l'KMlxwl aa tlir 'liaH
Prompt iifMa aui)
lKi,i 525 -rltfLEPr)0N"fe8 - Mutkai. H45
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pare Goods I Prompt,
I'll A I "LACK IS AT
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner Fort Sc ELotol Sta
r5r Our Soda Water is the Best IE
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
Just Itt'ccived n nuw lot from the Factory
of tho Celebrated
PIPKS. CIG.Vlt AND GIGAKETTB HOLUURS
WAX MATCHES ALWAYS OH HAND IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
EIOXiXjISTEiiR. &C ao.
I tvl. Alilt i 1ftau4la
ti AMlf! front
Knaihxrs 01 Milk Floaal Tbaf maka
an J HltMioarilt u tmutt.
tuniMi Iu Honolulu
DispaU'h i out moiu.
Attention! and Low Prices!