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j DA'ir.Y ANU Ht9 COMPANY.
Iu this .riper will bo found tlio
report of ono of tlio riubcst gold
rJiseororltw over mailo. Sis Uroil
prosiwclnre in Western Amtrlia
ruiniblml upon these fabulous icofs.
Ill II !
It is to be. hoped Unit tlio I'limano
Society will not fjo llio ny uf m-my
another ITonolul'i institution nfter
starting utnlur prouiuiuir atupU'es
Tho scopo ot its work is broad, it
in tlio object of iti tvirfm.
DouMlcs3 the abrogation by Spain
of tho reciprocity treaty with I ho
Suited Stntcf, under which Cuban
cud Porto Rico itugar is admitted
Jroo of duty, will provo of uo sitiall
r.drantngo to tho ll.1waii.111 planter?.
If tho yroatur part of the United
states' supply ot foreign sugar other
titin Hawaiian was to come, iu freo
under reciprocity, tho ilawaiiau re
ciprocity treaty would not bo worth
Miticks" to tho planters of theso
inlands. Their only beuulli then
from tho duty on fugar reimpjfed
in l ho Wiifou-Gormati bill uould
otiMst iu whatever ouhanceutuut of
prico tho customs taxation might
Thcro is not much use iu bringing
mnro Euiopeau labor immigration
fur tho plantations into the country,
ii'jleHS home guarantee can bu de
mised to olsiiio thai the recruits will
'.it a im'." in tho canu Guld? for a
Mniounbly long perird. To import
hibvr.'ro at grc.it txponso from far
countries only to nikl to tlio cougos
ThoNcw CruBuiy.ation Arrivedlhur-
day Morn In ft
W. It. Dailcy, tho well known
yot.iiff ihoalrica1 maunder, arrived
rhttrday by tho Mariposa no
eomuaiiitid by his new company,
organized specially for a seaion in
ihis eit3. Mr. lJadey in the flrt-t
luaiingor who conducted what, ma
bo termed a truly nncccufnl oasnn
in Honolulu for twelvo 3rars, whieh
m itfelf choutd be an xro.llcnt de
uioustration of his ability and judg
ineut Uo was interviewed by a
DruGTis reporter to-ilav roganling
his fort iicoming trits of plays and
Interrogated as to expectations.
"I fully eippct to svoed tho busi
ness oi my prior season tor several
good roann." replied tho young
manager. ".My rompatiy is much
larger and has been selected for
their individual fitnoss to certain
lim'3 of business iu tho dramatic
art. My selection of dramatic mu
tt rial is from tho biggest successes
known to tho Americau stage, three
fourths of which Is hoiuir moduccd
to-day to crowded houses iu nil
"Name thetul Wkv, certainly:
"Tho Plaver," "A Night Off,"
"Charley's Aunt," "Alabama," Young
"Mrs. Wonlhrop,'' "Hazel Kirke,"
"Kriond?," "Wages of Sin," "Saints
and Sinner-," "Rosednle," "Silver
King," "J imt ho IVMiman," "Caprice,''
"Held by tho Enemy," "Uohh-u
Giant," "Chispa" and so along tho
list; repertoire Biillieiout to keep
Frohmau iu material for many years.
"My scenic nttist is painting out
all tho old time-worn scenery that
has blighted shows for many years,
nud tho old material that has bo
coma so familiar to the oyo will so
boa thing of tlio past.
"f.nst, lint not least, I shall present
a series of tho reigning sensation,
"Living Pictures," which are con
sidered n show within themselves in
San Francisco and New York. Taken
all togthet I fully expect to present
a program that will merit tho un
divided support of all theatre pal
rous in thi r-ity who nro icoldug
pure wholesome amusement.
1.Titrniinri Unr.;!?.'!-.?,'. fl'i J M !
UflWtiiuH. niuwuo UH., itf
tinn ot edlo and, iu .r.ar.y iiutaueei, ! . ''f Bjvo way in', fvor ot tho
.. ... . . I. ; i ladies of the. Catholic Church on
mum uc"riiiig oi support, auu
play ou Monday, pu-reutiug "Tho
Mr. Dailoy tppius tlestined to con
trol our theatrical Ibid for some
lime to come.
A Oood Appetito
Always nccompauies good health,
and an ntpvuv of nppetito is au in
dicatioii uf sotnethiuir wrong. The
imivurtnl teMimoiiy given by those
h Invouwd Hood's Sarsaparilhi,
hz to iti merits iu restoring the
appetite, and as a puriGur of tho
b'.otid, constituti'S tho Wrongest re
currn'mdatiou that can bo urged for
By Lawit J. Iovoy.
Choice Lot of Horses
worco than idle people in and about
Honolulu, would yj indeed criminal
Jolly. It acciu a if tho Uoverti
'nent is highly cenutable for its
lack uf eluirt to (..euro rcctuits for
reproductive labor from tho swarm
of idlerh wf many nationalities low
hi tho rouutry. Why is tho vagrancy (
aw not pushed for all it is worth,
iiO that hundreds oi loafers mljht
1 compelled to Accept the nllernu
.ioof i ithor Inking oluutary lnlmr
from pitv.ttc iiandj or involuntary
liiboi, iu the building of rnnd for
liihtauco, tit the hand c f tho author
ities? It I parsing str.iugo to liud
uho Uoverunifut, itujicdiatoiy after
.romulgftliug n law to procure a j H.hjdV pills uro all liver ills,
thorough investigation of the labor , biiiuusuiMs, jaundico, indigestion,
ijueMiou, keping tiyhiou u il ii en- I "'"'' tieadaclie. ic.
couiaglug tho luip.irlattou of moi '
hordes of Atialic-, u.s noil as taking
tho grrat cxpruo I sending a labor I ' -
louioiijaiouer nr m'aister if you . TO-&OIiILO"W I
, (lease beyond tuo oceans to bring i
pcoplo iuto the mulct of labor -oii-dilioni
ho uii.iif'K'tory as to call
for a largo csptudiiuro of public
ujonA lor their aiiiel!iration, or at
l-'Bit strict inw.igatii'ti under su-
ieion. Mr. Iliiujcliiih dues well to
bo angry, under cl! tlicae circum
stances, with the apparently indeter
minate uud shullling conduct of tho
Government ou tho labnr ipi?tion.
UUMANE 60UI.fc.TY FORUKD.
Xt Qreuulzna With u Young I.aily
at Its Utuid.
Yetordny evening the adjourned
meeting for forming an 'S. t. U. A."
was held iu the Y. M. C. A. parlors
with a goodly nt tendance. W. N.
Armstrong pr.-sided nud, ou calling
tho lueoting to order, said it was
proposed to organize on the liii"S of
the former Humano Society or
Accordingly tlio bylaws of that,
organization "wore read and, with
two or thr.io necoscary verbal
change?, adopted as tho baxis of
organization Tho following ollloers
Miss Holen Wi'tler, President;
W. SV. Hull, Ira Vico rrejiilent;
Geo. H. Pari., 2d Vice-President;
I). W. C'orbftt, Secretary;
W. J Forbes, Tieaurer;
A. It Kowat, Vuteruiary Surgeon;
Mis.i Carrie C.islle and Jt. J.
'j n out, Jixotiitivo Commitleo.
An Ageul, In tlo he police work
of tho (society, is to be appointed by
tho li.iard ot Mnuas-innuit, com
posed of all tin oilici r Ii. 1. Ouoii
was recommended for tho position
nt tho ineeticf; b sovural members.
There nro 6inoril candidates, how
ovor, to eomo before iho Hoard It
vas urg"d 'tt tho meeting b ddler
out spetluos that great care should
bo used iu fjlerliug tho Agent, an
he would hav? tuo making or mar
ring of I lie success of the movement.
Miss Wilder mad' a happy speech
in accepting th presidency.
Iutho coutsoof the tnenting tho
following took part in tho discus
sions: iJr. Jtovvat. C. Iledemann, J.
J. McDonald, K. J. Greeue, Allen
llerbori, Cajilain Audrovva of Iho
police nud L). Logan. Mr. Mo
.Donald dliufd n roofing address,
which wie1 applauded.
Them whs goodly number ol
imiuii3 reported, by tin. ct!itor of
who Adrurtiiior and tho Ullluiin, of
volunteein for mombithip.
fit. Aiuitow'ti I-'alr.
A meetinr of bdi'-s who have
kindly conrmdid t tnko pmt in tho
Mr wni held nt thn house of tho
HNbop ot Honolulu yesterday nfiei
nooii al f) o'cloeli, for the arrange
tueut of dutailit. 'I Ii') fair and lunu
are to liikn place on batuid.iy, Nov
Friday, Sept. J.',, I80h
Tin object of the Salvation
Army thTOttijhmit the world
is to "reach th. utireachtl"
and they'v' siiixettci rJ in thou
sands of instances. We do net
believe the rcfottnritions hav
always been permanent an)
mort than the eflfins of Fran
cis Murphy or the ministra
tions of Dr Kecl'y have
proved entirely satisfactory in
the matter of intemueranee
They, like Mr. Moody, vor'
upon the sympathies of tho.
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, leinprance lecturers
and Dr. Keeley have been
scoffed at because their cures
have not been permanent.
Tuisday evening, nnd I believe their Suppose they have nut ! Take,
"Tto King ol Hlniti W-tts."
HdtU'd with Spteiul Oaix tor thii tnmket, and
Every Bottle Warranted
HOLLISTEK DRUG CO.,
Agents for tlie IsleixicLs.
TIME IS MONEY"
TO 8AVB YOl'lt TIME ANtl MONKY BOTH 8TKP IN TO
Kto:p;p So Co.,
JN"o. 74i Kilns Street.
HsloIls a,xicL Surreys:
Leather Hind Cushion with Fall and Springs St00
Leather Front Cushion with Fall 99.00
Leather Hind Lazyback S9.00
Phaetons and Biaggies:
Leather Cushion with Fall and Springs $11.00
Leather Cushion with Fall $9.00
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
TTo TO Otin Btrt
i Mi SATURDAY, Sept. 2.).
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOSl.N.
1 wilt MI nt l'ulil'c Aur'luu. l- front. (f my
t?U!l' IKMHII, W IlllUUt IfJrtTTC,
t!lC fO iMVlllg
HORSES and MAKES:
1 Fiiinily Black Horse,
i:y, luitulx; i yfr ul.lj lirukwn to
I Race Hotsp, "TKAY8LLER,"
licit J-inlle lnt"c In tlio Hnwall
S Bay 3I-A.R.B,S,
Urukfii to Iliirnoai anil H.ilrtlo.
iWllirKMAltB with KOAb-hrokftito
llurnnui U 'ailillft
I Wtil'lU llOUbK-biikouluHurm-H'iacJ
1 SttD.ord Hue, "lift Junr."
1 Slanfjro Mate with Foal.
1 B.'Sell Hare, 3-jear ol".
Also, 1 Low Phaeton.
Also, 3 Gentle Cows la Calf
1 Mare and 3 Colts
and 1 Pony
Boili brukuu t' Iliini.i anil Bait'llo.
1 1 to t.'t
UAWA1IAN OPERA HODSB
. K. OAM.KY,
DVI.EVS STOCK COMPANY.
Saturday, Sept. 29ih:
DToiid.ij', Oct. lbt;
'i'luiradny, Oct 4ths
"A WIKK'B DEVOTION"
fnturdny, Oct. Oth:
"A NIGHT Ol'T."
fr- Ilux rianop'-'iiit tlio i,lHi' of L..I.
Uvi'j. mi 7t
KOrt BALK CHEAP.
Hlt'lKI'.N (Olt.M. ItllllK IN Wl'AN.
inliM iii nit I'irit ! iir lor U.uitim
viiik, rnMiiiailit, KoihIn, iii),
IV A iil In
I Ithl). JIAItltlKON,
Al tlin I'xrui.illou rem o( iiinlin'tAil
f?r instance, a man whu draws
his wages .Saturday night and
spends it in nun before Mon
day morning, leaving his wife
and children without the ne
cessities of life; "a bad state
of affairs yon will say." Well,
suppose by snm. means or
other he has a year of sobrittj,
is it not a blessing for his fa
mily to hve just that one
year? Intemperance and crime
are close friends and scientific
men consider them as disease.",
oftentimes hereditary, which
like consumption may Ivj cured
i or relieved according to cir-
The Salvationists reach both
I by getting a hold on one, for
it 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 lo 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 bt-en 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 loot wheel
out at the Ostrich 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 U re
quired. A gentleman called
on us the other day and wanted
a mill and pump that would
raise the water fifty feet and
forre 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 bo
done; if it is within the power
of a windmill to do it wo say
so and then guarantee it; we
have never had to take a mill
W bar lot nt Hem flood, to nrrlv- tiy the " Wlliler" mid th "Bryant," nrt u, ninkr
room wnollnr our proent miib tttock of
in Oik. Walnut mi.! Curly lllrcli of Hie hfnt patterns at suoti low priiw
that It will pv you to Invft In llivin al one.
Sop nttr hlcftant Amortiumt of
Wicker Ware, Chiffoniers and Chairs.
In ' and iloplo plr-re to mil e?ry Ukt and oriry pookat
AM. KINDS OK MANUFAOTUKINO DONE IN
Furniture, -:- Bedding -:- and -:- Upholstery
Real Qmllty cf Live Geue Feathers. Silk Floss, Hair, KVi and Excelilor ilviji 00 Dud
All iTitera from the other Ixlamls will h altamld lo In a manner that will n.
f iuu hit lfant luii. Try us unre and yon will norer leaf u, for our Koocla are nw nnd
RiylUb, ami will be well packed and ouuif to you at Ban Kranclnco prtcea,
Upholstering Goods, Cornice Poles, Cord, Gimp It Buttons
WINDOW 0','"f,,,-r'l'lnrni'y-an.lltifid to order QffADES
fjfc 8fc'fl ontrra for all kinds of Furniture will be Ulled atlowrwt prlnea Try
It and lie iimvlnted.
Bailey's Woven Wire Mattresses Kept In Stock.
An KTliarii.ni. Unhntiir n.nd nwomtn ! alwav at Tnr rTW
I'Vuai Inrm and vr'ud nlock tho UiiderHiiitMl wuitlil ilrn
piirt.ieulur nrtrntinn to the following :
( nmiriKiiiK Oalifornia Ilnv, Bur ley, Rolled Barjuy, Bran,
Middlings, Ontfl, Corn.
loBf Id addition to our usual Htoc.k of thr- wt art now
currying WaHhington Bran, Oats and Rolled Barley
Th8? art tuch poKst'Hsi'd of strong t'eoding prtiportu anil
art wtill worth n trial by all intercHted in atock.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders
Ko. I. AIkh In xt.H'k hi 'iiwwl uiur.
H, 'f. inn vor lntlM.
l.lrrioiil UoiiMi, Ii-ilb. I.k
i:nINIi lialry,.Ui. bug.
HAM, RACON, CDKliSE.
nurri-U unit Hall UarmU
Kului'r'i In tin and ia.irs
A cliolct) TUrlcity ot IwuIIiih brand.
T. Morton's encjuhu qroobries.
OUOSSB C BLACKWELL'a BNOl.IBH OROOERIE8
Lidby. McNeil de liqdt's Canned Meath
Richardson S: Bobbin's Canned mbatm
I'lu, Tuliln anil In Ml
"J j uml IM'i. Iiot.v.
A lau Millnty
Etc, Ed.., Kin,,
Moiual Tehphore Jf, Bell Te'eptae
The Best Place to Buy
Is Where You Can Get
Pure Goods 1 Prompt Reliable
attention I and Low fricuui
"H.t Pl.A.'H h .T
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Stir" Kerosene
i.aiuie sroi.Ka op
Hawaiian Hardware Cu.. I'd
0i.nlle Hirekflrt lllimk,
307 10KT STKIiliT.
PiBiianm .-awiM, Harflware, Dtf fiosil.,
Crochn, Piriitir.. eil hil.
I.WAYb ON HAND AT MODKltATK IMIIIIKK
Theo. H. Da-vies & Co., L'd.
Benson, Smith & Co
Oorner F'ort Sb Hoicil &t.a
KH Our Soda Water is the Beat -
ATTENTION, PIPE SMOKERS!
liiHt Rfcoived a now lot from tho Factory
of tho Celebrated
1'IPtiS. CIGAR AND CMARETTJ3 IIOLDKKS
In. i.m.'teor and 3eoradia-u.m..
WAX MATCHES ALWAYS ON HAND III QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
BCOXiHiIB,I,E3R Ac OO.