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MONDAY, OCT. 8, 18H4
Auonrnious eorrfspomk'uta nuit
g!vo their names to tliu editor. This
in an ancient rule of uowp.ijiers
which everybody ought to huow.
Half ot tho Advert isor' story
about Mr. Widnmanti'.-Hirraml nbrond
it confesses this morning to ho with
out foundation. It ulill dliolu to
the otiier half hut will likely enough
not acknowledge its baselessness
"Hawaii's" letter in this isue is
significant. It elioup the duty bo
fore every friuud of liberty. That
is, to avail of every means left to
lovers of IhU country, for securing
true popular self goveruuiout. The
writer of tho loiter, uo may atuto
our r'ad"r, m one of our ablest
contributors on cntiMi'utintinl ques
tions between 1SS7 and IS'.)-', and is
oiio of the oldest residents of there
It would, certainly, be fortunate
for tho cause of the repul lie, and
the ideas of th government organs,
were we to stills the truth and play
into the hands of our enemi", or
for 6iMuirj rnuoni like the Bulletin
When the United States Govern-
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ment gave hP Us purpose of restor-
ing the monarchy, there was nothing
left for opponents of the republic
but to advocate and promoto the at
taiutneut of that object by force. If
it were practicable to carry out u h
a project, the Uclletix could not si o
that the object would be worth the
price to be paid. Because if the
monarchy were thus rit(Mtl, with
out certain discredited politicians
being placed at the head of alftiirs,
these politicians would soon be
found coii'pliiug with the promoters
of the preout republic to bring
about another revolution. This
would In only history, and not an
cient history, repeating itelf. Who
was it but the present conductors of
ouraccutcr, Ka Leo, u ho encouraged
Minister Stevens' scheme of annex
ation, by making him and hi local
coadjutors believe, by their bold ad
vocacy of annexation aud by their
virulent attacl.s upon the auver
oigu, that tho Hawaiiaus were
ready to accept republican rule
and American connection! Aud
who but that crowd tnado the en
durance of any lojul Ministry
impossible in tho Legislature of
Ibili, by combining upon a bogus
"principle" with ihurston fc Co. to
defeat cwry hui-h Ministry that was
formed! Mr. liusli in now realizing
that water spilled on the ground
cannot bo gathured up. It was not
for "business reasons" that the
Bt'LLirriN dropped the cause of resto
ration, but because it bulievcd it to
be the height of folly for the major
ity of the potiplo to allow thumsolvcb
to be disfranchised, simply, ou tho
strength of the vaporing of Ka Leo
about foreigu iuturvoulioo in behalf
of the crown which uo sensible man
could for a moment believe would
take place. The JJi-llutin's attitude
is today what it lias ulwnjs been
one ot independence towurd the
powers that bi" with a steady
purpose of secunug the best govern
ment attainable under even adverse
circunistaucos. lis prcsmit po
sition was taken without any prom
! of "busiuess" or other rewnuU.
Our policy is to work within consti
tutional lines for the obtaiuiug of a
more libTI form of government
thau that devised by the Provisional
Coveruineiil'rt constitutional con
vention, while at the same lime
krepiug a tharp watch upon the do
tuila of administration so that
nothing corrupt, dishonest, or in
capable in alTuird shall escape ecu
sure. A Wight Cfl."
."A Night Oil" was a night on
with the bailey Troupe ou Siturday
uight. A full house It-ttuioJ appr -ciutively
to a most tpirited premuta
tion. The acting throughout was
of eveu excellence thut is if some
parts seemed beitur than others it
was duo rather to diUereuce iu parlb
rather thau disunity in nctiug. Mr.
llullett no Snap was implyiinuieiihf,
Mr. lieiiiiour was n line J'ntf. llab
bitt, his alternations of agitated
terror and pleuKcd vanity being as
ludicrous as natural. Miss Nmiuary
was a natural wife of aroused f uhjii
cioii. Mihs Dalgleish wub lively ami
graceful u Ninbo aud the love past
ages between hurtsolf and Wuiuer as
(Jhuiiiley touched respoimive ehonth
iu tho breatts of those "who know
how it is Iheuiriolvea" and nwukeiiod
lunuy a fluttering sigh, iu those
who would 1 1 lie to know. Mr. Snow
was ciU'il to all demands. Mis.
Dubbin was pertouaicd by .Mrs. lid
tuour in a masterly manner. Her
conception of tho character of a
quietly holf-contaiuod, 3ot viciously
snappy old woman a carried out
with purfeetiou and attention to
details that earned her d,serv tl rip
platiro. There wnu nothing weak in
her rendition and the only criticism
putbihlo is that her utterance was
too subdued for all parts of the
house. Mi Mollie Stochmcyer uh
the kerious maid wm a sinofH't and
bur song ami Uuucu met with au ou-
core. Thorn Is no hesitation in wy
ing that she is tho best. female char
acter dancer that has over appoared
ou tho Honolulu stage
FAOIS OF THE FIOHT.
Official Rnport of tho Groat Naval
Buttlo of tho Yalu
Under date of San Francisco.
Sept. 20. the .Tapaneso Legation re
cohi'd tho following necoutit of tin
bit tie of the Yalu. It will ho seen
that three former visitors to this
port were in it the ships Xaniwn,
Ttiknchiho and Hi yei:
On .Sept. 17, the Japanese fleet,
consiting of Mntsnshima, Ituku
rtiluia, Hashidate, Yothiuo, Xaniwa,
Tnlinchihi, AUitui, lli-yei, Fuse,
Akagi and Saikio Maru, met the
Chinese fleet, eonsis' iug of tho Tsiug
Yuen, Chen Yuen, Ytiehin, Chiking,
Haiwon. Lai Yuen, King Yiimii, Win
ning, uweicha, Urang, MiiigKin,
Wan 1'ing and two other men-of-war
with is torpedo boat, in thti
unrthent direction off tho Hal Yaug
Too at 12: 15 p. in.
The fleets oooued fire and conse
quently n severe engagement took
ilnto wtiieli Ini4.ii until o p. m. M
the (JiiHisj men of-war Un
Yuen. Tsing Yuen. Wyetdiig. and
iielini re sunk ami ' lie i lien
Yuen, King Yun ami Ting Yuen
caught lirn, and at the remaining
hips were seriously damaged and
On tboj'panetn side the Mat mi
shiinn, Hi yei, aud Akagi sustaiued
more or less damage, ln fortunate
Iv none of our ships was disabled.
The number of killed and wouuded
is as follows:
Cnpt. Sakamoto, Akagi Kan; lt
Lieutenant Takohoshi, Ut Lieiileu
nut Seuogiichi and Sub Lieutenant
I'''' ' Matsuslnma Km; 1st
i iMiiiMinnt fngain, iKiiiiBiiin"i
s . T ,... Y...l.li..,.Knii
Chief Surgeon Mivnke. Chief 1'ny-
master Uhigaki and Avl-tnnl Snr-
genu JHurahosiit, oi the llt.tet-lvin.
and about thirty non-cotuuiissioned
ollicers and men were killed, and the
number of wounded is 1(50 iu all.
Thelliwnian National band will
gtv a eompliuiiMitary concert to
Itrili-li CoiumisitiotiMr Hawes at tin
I Uu nihil Hotel this evening at 7:'M
NEU011A.Ti:S LOANS ON
Real Estate & Personal Property
STOCKS AND BONDS
UUUGII r AM) EOLU.
Ifyo'thsvc limit K4IATK Mr al .
cu lini jtu Pure .ritur
If yin tTi HOUSES FOtl lfNr, m
on fluJ Ifiitiu
General R?al Ebtate Agents
UsnJ 1.1 Ktniiin'"tiu H'oets,
(N ' I'utO.nco)
0. A. LONO,
IS Kinmraiun 3'wl. Tl'hque fiVj
Do yon rt'iilly moan it? Is
it a fin-t that yni an'oino; t.i
aivc a ticket t thu Voli-auoV
IJnc-n't it in iku any fliff- r-oii'-o
how much I pin'chiiM?
TiiL'e aro nndoubti'dly thu
Ifiidin qui tns of thu day.
You would think so it' you
ln w how many tiuivs we
htivu ansuvivd thuin in the
l.iht weor- but w nevii tire
of anwt'iin any and all
qiU'.stiniH, our only reyret is
t hat we lire unable to j;ive one
rrnnil cxetir ion and lul.e all
ui.i'cii.ttoiners to the V'leiino ;
there is a way through tli.it.
fveryono can get tin re
through their dealings with
ok. Quiek talen and Small
L'r lita mean himply ihi-.
Economy to you and if you
will Bave tin differciiee be
tween our prices and fancy
prices it won't ho long before
you will reili.e that judicious
itning will pay for pleasure
tiips. KnKi' JiVKItY 1'uit-ciiAKi-:
Ciir.cic you ct be
twe n now and Christmas,
a d if you want to you can
givv tin-in to some worthy
1 1 'tend
Jt looks as though the r tiny
.season has st in and we are
going to make a run ou rainy
r.Miutu.LAS & Parasols,
CoMOUTKItS A.NM) liLANKICTS,
from .l up.
iMtANNKbS & FltANN'ni.
KTTKS, rfllAWLS & WoObKN'
Good-'. 'J he goods are all
new and jut what you need.
d& Do you want to go
to the VoleiuioV If you do,
you Imvo just as good a
clitinc as any one else
B. F. UIILISIIS & CO.
Hawmiau Harfiware Co.. L'fl
Monday, Oct. 1, 1894.
It is astonishing what high
prices goods will bring at auc
tion in Honolulu. Take for
instance the sale of the articles
recovered from the wreck o
the Wilcox, there was really
very little difference in the
prices of the cloth from what
would be paid in the stores.
Perhaps it was because a man
dressed in flotsam and jetsam
would feel head and shoulders
above his neighbor who pur
chased his clothing on credit
from a tailor. There's goods
and goods and as the articles
in the sale were imported by a
reliable firm the purchasers at
the sale know they .ire getting
first-class articles even if they
are a little bit damp. It is to
be hoped for the sake of the
men who invested their money
in the wreck that everything
will turn out to their satisfac
tion. Speaking of the wreck
and the tfTect of the waves
upon the valuable cargo re
minds us that we have a can
vas bag made waterproof and
to be used in districts where
ice is not available, for the
purpose of cooling water. It
is remarkable what a difference
there is in the temperature
after the water has been in the
bag for a few hours. It is an
indispensable to the man who
works away from a water sup
ply. We have them in several
varieties, for hanging on a ver
andah; on a horse or under a
brake. The cheapest is a dol
lar the largest two dollars,
The next thing to ice and pro
bably better for the health.
Among the novelties shown
at the Columbian Exposition
was a traveling water sprinkler
one that may be set to carry
any number of feet of hose
and water every part of the
lawn without your touching the
hose. We have a sample in
the store and there are others
in use in Honolulu. They
have given satisfaction in the
States as well as here for the
work they do as well as for the
fact that they do not get out of
order. It is not a toy, this
Little Giant Sprinkler, but a
A Mr. Wolff, of New York,
father of the gentlemanly sales
man of M. Phillips & Co., is
the inventor of a lawn ttnt
which for comfort, utility, etc.,
beats anything the world ever
.saw. It is made on the plan
of an umbrella, ribs, cover and
all. The center rod is of gal
vanized steel passing through
an antique oak table around
which a dozen or more people
may sit with comfort. When
the umbrella tent is hoisted,
and if you feel too much wind
blowing on you, sides may be
attached in a moment so that
your party may be out of a
draught or out of the gaz-. of
the outsiders. We are the
only people handling these
tents and we are confident
they will have th.esamesucee.ss
here that they have had in the
States. An umbrella tent is
the lum turn proper at New
port or Long Branch. Why
not make it so here? We've
other novelties in stock not
mentioned in the last ad and
your inspection is invited.
Biwaiiwi Hardware Co., L'd
0slte Hwkel' Jlluck,
307 FORT STREET.
Look lf Look
FOE WDSECA-T ?
For New Stock of Furniture
Dally expf tc.t on tbe "WIMer" aad the "Andrtw Wt-lcU"
tzT Then Yn-n se With Yottr Own Eys -3
kco;p:p &, Co.,
Wo. Tk Kline Street
"Tlrt Ut of UlBtui Mb."
H ntleii uilh Special Care lor thin tumket, and
Every Bottle Warranted
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
.A-gents for tlie Islands.
h'roui lart urid varied Htock the undersigned would ilraw
particular attention to the following:
1 iiiiiiifi! Citliforuiu llav, Burlry, KoIIimJ IWley. Bii
Middling, OatnY Corn.
f3r l addition to our iMiinl tock of tliew m- rv uo
:atiyiug Washington Bran, Oatu and Rolled Hurley
The-Me are each poHnerfed of Htrong feeding- propurtien and
lire well worth trial bv till intereHtod in Htock.
F- l, o XT
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
No. 1. AlwMyk In Uw at mww-t tnr
kut QtfUl n.
3d, Hi, Ms Pr t)Hlt.
I.IVri'IMKll CO.llMI. Il'.'ll). IKU1K
KiikIIxIi Dttiri.N'lli. ttnt.
HAM, BACON, CUKESh.
T. MORTON'S ENOLISU OHOOERIE3.
Ouohbe Si black vKLL'a ENQLisu QRoocnnca
LIHBY, MONEIL S5 LIBDY'S CANNED MEATS.
RIOUABDHON & riOBBlN'8 OANNEO MKAT
rio, Tabta ana rni
Vi and ISIh. Imiim.
A lurxe varletr
rimiiiiiiiin iisnli. Rardware, Dry M,
Mm, Pinitin, Ql Bit.
al.WAYh O.N HAND AT MOUKKATK I'UIUKH.
Theo. H. Daviesk Co,, L?d.
nnrrels anil Hull llrrnl
Folgcr" In tlnn itnrt paimn
A cliolcu vanuty tif Irutm rtraatU.
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
& "Star" Kerosene
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ooror Fort Ab Eioteri Sta
Prom Recent Direct Importations
Tho Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. riA.T2.0-B3 A.SSOT2.TMTC3STT.
Heioifcs Einci Surreys:
Leather Hind Cushion with Fall and Springs $11.00
Leather Front Cushion with Fall $ 9.00
Laather Hind Lazyback S 9.00
IPlieietoris and. Bizggies:
Leather Cushion with Fall and Springs $11.00
Leather Cushion with Fall $ 9.00
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'FG CO.,
N"o 'T'O a n Strt.
Mutual T':l.phu..e J Be" Te'ephone
E . N
FINEST IJST FLAVOR
Of uny imported. Just received by
HOLLISTEE, Se OO.