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TUESDAY, OCT. 23, 1894
Yesterday a batch of local news
from the editorial rooms wont astray
in the priutiug olllce, in cousequonco
of which thoro were many omissions
in that day's issue. Accidouts will
Mr. Damou, Minister of Finance,
in an iutorviow publishod in the
Star, advocates slono bridges to ro
placo wooden oues. There is no
doubt that in tho long run stone or
iron bridges would be cheaper than
wooden. As, however, iron oxidizes
rapidly in this climate, it is a happy
suggestion to try tho abundant
native building slono. To construct
bridges of durable material is one
object for which it would be wise to
borrow money on the national
Retrenchment is not mentioned in
tho platform of the party having au
almost complete walkover in thin
election. Yet retrenchment would
appear to bo the great need of the
Government to-day, according to the
last quarterly accounts just pub
lished. The receipts for tho quarter
have been $10t,031Ul, and the ex
poudituros $112,173 80 This makes
a deficit of $31,113.1)5 for the quarter,
although a large proportion of the
year's taxes are among the receipts.
It is also to be considered that $10,
000 was derived from loans, and $&!,
C3S 07 from crown lands, which is a
new source of revenue siuco the
revolution. National debt falling
due was paid to the amount of $1000,
and interest on national debt of
$50,181.60. Out of loan funds also,
it is fair to state, there were pay
ments aggregating SKVJSO.'iU on
permanent public improvements.
l'ay of police exclusive of sala
ries of shorilfc, their clerks and dep
utieslooms up as $21,('J1.SU; while
the support of the military, not
counting the expensive baud, comes
up to the exorbitant figure of $20,
U51.21, or more than half what some
of the present Government leaders
thought extravagant, and opposed
as such, for two years under the mon
arch. Although police and military
expenditures have beeu somewhat
reduced from the terrific rato at
which they were going most of tho
Provisional Government's lime, yet
their aggregate for the pait quarter
is at the rate of nearly $100,000 for
tho biennial period.
Not only is retrenchment left out
of the American Union party's plat
form, however, but au asaull is
there proposed agaiust au import
ant source of revenue customs
duties ou foreigu goods, which,
under our comparatively very light
tariff, forms one of the least burden
some forms of taxation. Certainly
no statesmen are responsible for the
preseuce of this proposal in con
junction with the absence of tho
principle of economy. It is a
wonder, also, to tiud lawyers who
would eudorse the policy of differ
ential duties botweeu diiroreut na
tions all friendly to tho Hawaiian
Islands. There is no doubt that the
adoption of such a policy would
lead to international complications,
from which it is uulikely that the
Unitod States would be inclined to
relieve this country, eveu if the in
tentions of our Government and
Legislature were solely for the beue
fit of that nation's trade with this
country. As to whether this couu
try is obligated to tako such a radi
cal step as that proposed, for the
ostensible uurposo of ulcasiug our
great neighbor, is another subject
and for separate discussiou. As to
how the uations regard discriminat
ing tariffs, referenco ueod ouly be
made to tho intention, reported in
lato now, of Germauy to protest
against tho sugar schedule of the
new tariff law of the United States.
It is ouly by iufereuce that Germauy
finds herself discriminated agaiust,
yet she regards the tarilT ou sugars
from countries paying a bounty as
an unfriendly measure agaiust her
It is to be hoped that all who
shall be elected to the Legislature
will pouder over the foregoing re
marks and, while insisting on re
trenchment to rescuo tho country
from threatened bankruptcy, at the
aauie time observe great caution
against getting the country into for
ACCIDENT TO A LADY.
Narrow Escape at Walktkl from the
Bolting of a Horse.
Mrs. J. T. Stackr narrowly escap
ed serious injury m a runaway acci'
dent vestnrdav. Sho was driving io
tT.. ..i. .1 ! .i tt-.ii.ii.:
it urKe mil) UIU iiviiiiM;ani iimnini,
when the horso becamo frightened
and bolted in amongt a grovo of
eocoautit trees. Tho brake collided
with one of the trees and was
Mitmslu'd up. Mrs. Stacker was
thrown out, and landed on ( tlio
ground, luckily escaping collision
with a tree, the yard being full of
tliom. The lady fortunately escap
ed with a few bruises. There was a
possibility of her having suffered in
ternal injury, but Dr. Day on ex
amination found she had not. Mrs.
Stai'kr was eting eoinforlablj' to
day and will be able to be out again
in a day or two.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
"Lady of Lyons" to-night,
lint twelve more performances
and then stagnation lor uioutus.
David B-dascn'n beautiful comedy
drama "Hazel Kirko" is to have a
large audience judging from the
Tho usual open meeting for the
di.cusiou of Theosophical questions
wilt be held at the hall in Foster
block this evening.
Tho Makaweli sugar plantation on
Knual will begiu grinding about the
middle of December. Tho bark
Cadzow Forest, which arrived on
Friday, brought a cargo of coal for
J. V. Morgan will sell the property
of Charles Girdlor at auction at his
salesroom at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
The list of articles to bo sold is
contained in a mortgagee's notice of
sale in this hsue.
Ononintr of fall millinery at X. S.
Sachs is attracting crowds of ladies
to that establishment. Ladies
hhotild not miss this opportunity of
getting poted on the latest fall
ttylos and fall colors.
The solo concert by tho Govern
ment band at Emma Square yester
day evening was well attended and
the different solos, especially the
bassoon, were applaudod. The same ,
baud gave its usual concert ou the
Executive building grounds this
Voir, or 11. Mcmnie, the I'toph's
By Jus. F. Morgan.
On THURSDAY, Oct.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1S94.
As a place of residence Ho
nolulu presents advantages to
be found nowhere else in the
world. For people who prefer
high altitudes Nuuanu, Punch
bowl or Tantalus are places
where residences may be built
so that magnificent views of
I the city and bay may be had
'at all times. To others who
' wish to be on a level with all
mankind, Atakiki has attrac
tions that please. If there is a
scarcity of land it will be felt
by those who enjoy the swish
of the waves along the beach
and where they can sit and
view the grandeurs of a semi
tropic sunset. There is very
little available land toward Dia
mond Mead and as time passes
steps must be taken toward bet
ter facilities for reaching points
beyond it. It is possible that a
good road around the head
would be in the line of public
improvements, and, if the land
in that locality is owned by the
government, an increased trea
sury balance would be the rc
; suit. If there were more lots
along the beach more people
would live there and improve
them. Every dollar of improve-
' ments means so much for the
.government by way of taxa
? 1 it...! i i i.j 1..
uon ana mat uiuuc miuuiu uc
an inducement for it to extend
roads wherever it is possible.
Ever since we started busi
ness we have aimed to secure
such goods as we believed .to
be suited to the tastes of the
25, people on the Islands. Any
thing in the way of a novelty
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDEK THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
FIRST A CABLE,
THEN A BOOH.
Mr. John A. Scott, Munncer of tho Hilo Sttcnr Company, kIvcs tho follow'
iiig wonderful record of the working of .the NATIONAL CANE SHRED
UEH, which was cicctid by their works at the commencement of the prop
"During the past week tho Hilo Sugar Company's will exceeded any of
its former record by closing the 12.") hours grinding with nn output of 300$
ton. This is futlv 10 percent inure than the best work of former yeirs.
"The three roller mill being '-!(' in. by 54 in. nod tho two roller mill 30 in.
by CO in. 'Ilicfin-t mill doing this amount of work in an efficient mntincr
and with great cue, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cane by the ulionul Cano Hlircuucr, recently erected by
"And by its use the extraction has been Increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on nil kinds of cnue, ami in onic cases 80 percent has been reached;
the avernge being 7fi to 78 percent, according to qii.ility.
" 1 continue to find the nicgass from clircdded cane better fuel than from
'"the shredder litis been working day and nilil for seven months and bus
civen me entire SMlls'artion, having shredded during that time about seventy
thou'iiiid tons of rune, and a large purl of it b iug hard rnlootis.
"The shredder mid enulue rcouire ery little care or iKtculion."
Plans untl spccillcatioiih ol these Slnctldera may be seen at the omce of
WM. a IRWIN & CO.. L'd..
Get in now and buy Carriages
while they are cheap. Our line
is specially adapted to Island
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No. TO Queen Street
4i.V lptiM h' t' flrf.nilt h'nri'
Look ll Look
i nm iiHiiuctf.1 iy Mits FointAKiiKu when it is believed to be really
who 'S leuvnw fur Wultiku). to null nt, , . , , .
yuui.1 ii aixiii cu uy u aim
oiTered to the public almost as
soon as it is introduced in the
United States or Europe. One
of the latest is the Aetallic Re
frigerator for use in the bed
room. We think this is a good
thing because it obviates the
necessity of people going to
the kitchen or pantry for milk
or anything else that is needed
during the night. For those
who like luncheon in their bed
room late at night it is indis
pensible, as it is admirably ar
ranged to hold a large cold bot
tle to go with a small warm
bird. The price of this novelty
is low enough to put it within
the reach of everyone.
As we have mentioned seve
ral times before, the Wertheim
li-rrcli'i'ii e, ItiTcttiil S rcui, two tlor
from llii' I'.'iiitii" cial Salon , tlio entire
Huuat'lioM Furniture, ruiuUiIni; of
Ash Bedroom Sets
Colo'cil ttfilrooiu Si'tn,
U Ire unJ bi'Niiu Maurnojra,
CENTER and SOFA RUGS
Iliitulni; !.ini Monulto Nuts,
lk'il l.ltivn, lumber Bet,
Curluliu unil 1'ulu ,
B. W. Extension Dioiogroum Table
I r.'iu rc Itniirf. 1'lixj.
1'ulB iiiul I'tuimlln,
Uuk Uuvkvr inl Clialm, Etc., Klc.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intontlon
foreclose, and oi Salo,
OTICK IS HKIIKflY OIVKN THAT
ii..rsnui t ton iiuwrr ol sitio ronutlu-
eil ill h eernilu elmtlel uiorlgJiiu ba.rliiK
ilute the ttvilh ibiy o( Miiri'li, A U. If'll,
iiimlebvUlAltl.Ktt (HtUU:il or llunu
lulu, Uliiml if Udtiit, HuhiiIIjii ltUiul, to
i in. 1'' Muiynti ufxnlil llunululu, nt riconl
In llitollliuof tlmltcuiatriirui Uon Vf) unci's
III l.lDrr 117, une IM-IV5, mill tor tho
rreni'ii ui cuiHiiiaiiis in uiu nioriKulu urt-u
For New Stock of Furniture
Dally np,t't on the "Wilder" amt tint "Andrew Wrlcb"
Ky Then Yon See With Your Q-wn Eyes
Lojpx &, Co.,
Mo. 74 King Street
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Corner F'on M Hotel Bte
rrom Recent Direct Importation!
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
Pioneer Furniture House
I'diiiuiiiid, to wi: iiuii-iaynieiii of ceriflu ' Trlnlpv Sewinrr Mnrhinp is flip
,roiuli..ry notes lbitlii denenbeJ, tbe I H'F,LA OCWII1J, iHatlllllL lb IIIU
iiiiirtnii im Iii'uhU tt ! rii-'lo-o. ! hpst in flip wnrlH It !; flip
luih liiki'ii iuiiel' ii of tliH propeity iover- , nnlv mafhiiip tlllf will rhinriY
ulbyhalilinoriK'iKuniM w II till the haine UUV ""' "M Will CliailgC
ut ii Mlo auction ui tlio Auciloii UiMiiiunf f1p cfifpli frnm rlinin in Inr-L'
J.iiuck K. .M.irKuii ou WUUXtiSUAY, lllC :ult'u ,runl t,wm l0 10CK
itti-i iu.i 1 i I ilil til
wiinoui Dowering wnn a sepa
rate and bungling attachment.
It is the only one we know of
that will sew three stitches by
simply moving a thumb screw.
Nor do we know of any that
has such magnificent tables as
Uuti.ber 17. lti.il. I
iliu iiMpurty to be noil h dfhTibeil ai
fnlltiv: I utlti'u alilria, )i it corsi'ts, 3
ilnz wbt c L dun bilK's, Tl j dux ttliitucot
liin li'lkfi, 'Jiluz ro.iii'i uiittou liilkb, M
ll-U ilnnii lnilj'n liii-c, a, ilux wliltu ilresa
bIiuih, t'-l--' ilou lU'h'uitu milrm. 7 l'njinm
hiiIik, 'J black lint-. I); ilui Uil'nust straw
huts, ii) iluz I'lurkn cri'lcbet cott'iu, ltxA
iluz fi-utber fuluws, 'l?j boxen Cluuhvlok's
inumlliiu' I'ntliiii. 7 M.ii Dutch linen brulil,
Nev Goods 1 Latest Desigos I Largest Stock !
IU).lll OAK IIEDKOOM bKTsj,
bOKA8. LOUNOK8, WAKDHORK8,
MIKUOUB, MODLDINOH, BIO., KTa
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
Per Itoll of 40 Yardt. 112.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Matnal 76.
'., iloz ik" liiiieh Until til nu. 1 Uoz kiiltilnu'
n is, U iioxuh kultlliii! Mlk, I IhiX'-u liluek
iiur lirul.l, iHjii vulutvtl mlk a antic, " 'a",",, i'iS"ii".-iii uiun. as
T.'reb'jii lines, "Jl iio.i bonk inin-bn, , flinsp nn flip WprlllPini Fvpru
wblle ilrcm o.(ls. 10 pes nim u,u:v" uu ulc VVCrtllt.1111. CVCry
Goo. E. ISoardman, n'siiico of
James Nutt, Jr., lias lilod reuoiptw
fur a first and fuml dlriiliMid to
crcditorH nn a liailit u( loss tliau fivo
coutB in tlio dollar.
Judgu Whiting has granted tlio
petition of J, II, i'alv, gunrdlan of
tho Cavarly iiiiiHirc, for puruilaslon
to Bull real nstato,
Tlin hoard of truMiTH of thn Sail
orn' IIoiiki Souloty will hold n io
clal int'utlnu In tho (Jliiiuilmr of
Coiniiit-ri'ii at 1U;!W o'clock to-inor-row
11, Klemmt, the 1'ioph'i
J lioxis T
i lib wlillu ilri'Mi no. us. 1U lies huUii
ell I'lis, H k' wbltt tulilu (lniiiti, U iii's
b.iir uonl iinml n, 7 liuly'M lilimsiw, II luily's
uiu'IiiIm-s. 1 luily's iiprtm, '."i iluz Jtro"ks
I'tiloii'ii tbreud. U luz hiuiii iiieiuliin; i-llk,
Tj iluz iiiucIiiiih np'iol tbreuil, 6 1(1(1 U
butiii ImUuiiH, I ik'Z Knitting ellk, l'uljuor
silk lull, 1 ilnztlrexx .riMr.i'ri, (I nro jet
biltiiif, j(,'rg bilk billions, 'ii urn ieurl
tiiliions, 4 luxi'S pejrl ImUcnt, :i crdn but
lull., 17 t'lii'liilirs, 3 wool kIiiiwIi, U Jics in
utiIimi, IU pes u nbroiiU'ry, U pes lluiinciin:,
llesu t on 1'iiHKue, 1 's rateen, H i i
niiii'lili, it p'l'H'sdiess 5,M"I', '-I l'1-'3 I'rilll- '
mils, 1 pes l-ri'iicti eiuiibriu, 1 pn miuuii. I i
Ill's HK)I lllllt III, 1 pi' I-ITIII1H,(I p'H lllllh- ,
lin, 1 pi z-plijr, 117 il4 JdnliiB liliMiiiull
I iu riit: lahtic, 1 hi liruw n linen, '! jh's W,- i
ill i 'J will, liA j;m o.it iiml vest buttons, '
More llxtures, disk, eoiintera mid sbelving,
J'iliiilin"p jirleo In U. K (lo!d Coin,
bated Jluiiolulil, K'ptMiilnir 17, IV.lt.
JAMKS F. MiiltdAN,
l)y Jill Attorneys, Uahtku ii Vurtu,
Tim nbovn tnle Ims been limit imiiimI
ill til Vi;iNKSl)AY, October Ullll. lit Ul
o'l'Kuk a. m. lll.'l-7t
AN Ol'KN Mr.KTISfl Wll.I. UK HKI.I)
utt'iti lbeii-uiililc.il null Til H(Tues
dn) hVKN'IMl, tntob-r -. nl 8 oViovk
r. m. 'Jliu piiliiln urn cordluilv liul id
Any ii t'.ilinu pr iilninx o 'IIihum pliv
will b unhuerid by tbe Uuurur, Mm M
M, Tillltlli. IU!' It
OIIUMAS, Wi;i.l. KIIUUATKD.TIUIHT-
Miiilliy, llllMrs1, "'illlf, hillxr, lll'ltl Mr.
lhti) Hik'iin inktii lurp from a ir I UK-
1'Uosj udUiejir, A. 11 , 31, uU otUVtf, W
part oi tne mecnamsm is con
structed with a view to simpli
city; the running parts are so
evenly balanced that a five year
old child can run it with ease.
The necessity for water motors
or dynamos for sewing ma
chines died with the introduc
tion of the Wertheim. We
sell them for less money than
you pay for an ordinary hard
running one stitch sewing ma
chine and we would like to put
one in your home.
Unless you particularly court
liver fluke we would suggest
that you purchase an Improved
Stone Filter from us. The "S.
G. Wilder" brought us a lot of
them in assorted sizes.
Tbe Hawaiian Hardware Go, Ltd,
Oppowlto HpreokoU' lllttck,
UUY KOMX ttTUUWT,
Bucrefsors to O. R. Williams.
AND 611 KING STREET
til SUUANU STItKKI.
Importer ait Dealer in Enropi Dry and Fancy Ms
Ladles' Wares ot every description. Alno, fresh line of Chinese Good.
Pongee & "Wliite SiLfc Fajeimas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
KeHt Black uud Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
V Kit (Juarnuleed. Prices Moderate. n
IMULtual Telephone B42
1- MdIdiI Teltptione Ji)
Episc0p.1l Church Seivices I
BKCIlNNlNfl ON SUNDAY. Ot'TOHKIl
Mill. retiiilHr iimriiliii; mid i'WiiIiik
mtvIi'I'h l lie held liy Iliu Meih dim llpU.
iiiiml luiieh ol Honolulu. UK , II V.
1'l.i'K, I'n-lnr, III the hull, ul llni rurinT id
tor I mid lintel Mri'tlt 1'i'liUtl", Inrineny
Aliiii'xullnii (!iiih lIoiiliiN).
A fonniil orniinliiiiloii ol thin Churi'li
will I it I. H pliu'n on Hmi'liiy, ovi'iiiIiit I,
All ('hrUtuiiKiiiitiilllllittuI w'th nny other
KvNiiKelleul I'luimli are iuvlied to unite lit
this ortfanitaiiuu, lliMm
Oommeroial -:- Saloon
HARRY KLEMME, Kasagar.
Our. Nuuauu & llerrtanla 8ts , Honolulu.
Tbe Only Sportlug Hiu In Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Lager Iter
A ways on DMD&ht, 2 Glasses nr 25c
Urtt ol Winn, l.iiiiors and Cigars
always uu hand,
FITTEST IN IPIL,.A.V"0:R.
Of any imported. Just received by
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