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lodged to neither Heet not tarty,
but Ettablithrd for the Benefit of Alt.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 21, 1894.
( DESERTING THEIR COLORS.
"Fair Play" plaees in a strong
light the docoit of a particular f-te-tion,
which is being developed,
through the columns of tho Adver
tiser, on the question of annexation.
That faction is so blinded with its
own selfish interests as not to per
ceive that by turning Turk on annex
ation they aro arraying themselves
against the Republic. For the rank
and file that has supported tho revo
lution from the lirat or, as Presi
dent Dole put it, ''thoje bravo tuon
from whom wo hold our commis
sions" could never have been en
listed for tho establishment of an
oligarchy, and they cannot be held
together for its support. Thoy, ex
cepting the mercenary bearers of
arms who are ouly a more outpost
of tho Government's defensive force
entered tho movement under the
positive assurauco that it was to
ecuro annexation, for tho perman
ent euro of publio disorders, and
nothing else. Many of tho leading
young men had indeed sworn after
1837 that they would never again
bear arms against auy consti
tuted government hero except to
place tho country uu.lor tho stars
and slripos. Tho proclamation of
the Provisional Uoverumeut on
January 17, 18U3, and tho Constitu
tion of tho ltepublia proclaimed on
July 4, 18'Jl, both made annexation
a fundamental principle of tho revo
lution. Those who have given in
adhesion to one or both of these
documents aro violating their obli
gation when they advocate or pro
mote a so-called ''independent"
but in reality ouly an isolated re
public. It is to bd noted that tho
Advertiser's treachery to tho cause
of annexation ouly developed itself
after the registration of voters of
the Kepublic had beeu closed. This
is playing those men "low down"
who gave tho P. O. their commis
sions and the republic its birth.
When next they and their guns may
be needed as most likely they
might soon after tho Advertiser's
policy was atllrmed at headquarters
they will remember.
THE LADY OF LYONS.
Grand Presentation of Classic Drama
to a Poor House.
Last night the best play of the
season was given to ono of tno poor
est houses. Honolulu peoplo havo
n wonderful faculty of selection in
atteudiug on tho drama. Thero wa
not an insipid moment from bpgin
ning tooiui of the rendition of "Tho
Lady of Lyons." One of tho Guest
compositions in the English lan
guage, chaste and lofty in sonti
meut. tho company did it no despite.
Mortimer Snow as Glaudo Melnotte
nnd Miss Kato Dalgleish as Pauline,
bearing tho main brunt of the play,
fairly surpaseu inemroives anu were
applauded for every passage, both
for their masterly acting and their
lino elocution. Miss Dalgleish
dressed with raro beauty for the
occasion. Al. W. llallett as Mon
sieur Deschappelles played the part
with vouerablo dignity, notwith
standing that his forto is comedy.
The laudlord was played in lively
stylo by Jean Weiner In a comical
get-up. Miss Mollie Stookmoyer gave
a tiiauant renderine of Madame Des
chappelles, while Miss Kittle Bl
mour represented Widow Melnotto,
the peasant matron, quite impress
ively. L tils llelmotir personated
Ulavis in that highly humorous lah-do-dab.
manner which is his forte.
Colonel Damns had a majestic mili
tary presence iu P. A. Naunary, who
spoke his lines true to tho character.
Hichard Scott personated both
lVaiiH'.nut and Oaspar in aqniotbut
cuVctivo mauuer. John Howard
filled two minor parts with satisfac
tion. Frequent and loud applause
interspersed tho action and attend
ed oach closing tableau.
To-morrow evening he popular beyond jt l,t js possible that a
play, "Hazel Kirke," will be given1 J , , , ,, ,
niuf, as the salo of seats noarly gOOCt road arOUIld the head
reached that tor last night's play wn..A I n f1p l.w nf nh,V
liefoio Mr. Lovoy's office closed, :vou,a Uc ,n llie ,mfe .?' , P"D,,(;
thoro is hMy to bo a good houso. . improvements, and, if the land
I in that locality is owned by the
I rrrmrnmrnf fin inrt-nienrl Ir.ii-
Means impuro blood, and overwork . . ' .. .' ..
or too much strain on brain and ' SUry balance VOllld be the re
body. Tho ouly way to euro i-to ! sut f there were more lots
feed tho nerves on pure blood. , , , , ,
Thousauds of peoplo certify that along the beadl lllOre people
tho best blood purifier, tho best uorvo Wnnlf1 liw fliprv inH imnrnvr
totiio and ttrauRtb builder is Hood's OUIU live tlierc 3110 improve
Sarsaparilla. What it has done for them. Every dollar Of ItliprOVC-otlu5itwillal.odofory0u-Uood'.nicntsnieans
SQ much for the
Hood's Tills euro constipation by iroveniment by Way of
oil mliiit ikiiiliillii BiiliMi rtl fl Ink . v
U91UI lUU I'UI IDtMlfclU OVfclUU Ul baMU
HOPP & CO.
Tuesday, Oct. 16, 1894.
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
the city and bay may be had
at all times. To others who
wish to be on a level with all
mankind, Ahkiki 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 Head and as time passes
steps must be taken toward bet
ter facilities for reaching points
Not only is our Stock the largest, but
our pi-focs are the LOWEST, nnd our terms
the most LIBER A.L ever offered the public.
FIRST A CABLE,
Buy Fine Furnishings of us, at Lower
Prices than are charged for inferior grades
elsewhere, and enjoy them while you .are
:ta:o;p;p So Co.,
tTo. 74 IClng Street
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAW8 OF TUE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Tlrod, Weak, Nervous,
Contest for Administration of the
Late Dr. H. O. McUrow' Kstato.
a The Supremo Court, by Chief Jus
tice J ink!, has dociUeU that Ahips
must pay 1 a head for passeugura
brought to tho isluuds, tvliuthur lliey
are laborers coining uuder tno aus
pices of the UjarU of Immigration
or not. Attomey-Uouoral Smith and
Deputy Itoberuou lor Colluctor
Uuuerul Castle; Carter Si Curler lor
S. S. Miiki Maru. t
Justice b'rear is tho writer of a
unanimous decision in K&lph It.
Foster vs. 11. M. Hayward, over
ruling exceptions of ptaiuiitl to the
taxation ugaiust hiui of costs in
curred iu tuUiug testimony uuder a
commission. V. Foster lor plaiu
tilT; V. A. Kiuuey for defendant.
liruco Cartwnght, trustee, peti
tions for leave to pay 1. V. holt his
share iu personal estate as au heir-at-law
ot O. J. Holt, and that the
matter be referred to lleury Smith,
master, to atcertaiu whut his share is.
Cuas. L. Carter, guardiau, aud
JohuS. McQ row, father of thu late
Dr. H. ii. MeUrow, petiliuu for let
ters of administration to Carter.
The value of tho i-stato is given an
fJUOO, of which S751X) is in life iusur
auce policies $5000 iu the Mutual
andtaXAJ iu thu Equitable, i'eti
tiouers Btato that Hoyuold IJrodio
Mctirow, sou of deceased, aued three
years, residlug iu California, is the
Alphonsino McGrew by her attor
ney, 0. W. Ashford, petitions that
letters of administration of thu
same estate (Dr. H. (J. McGrew's)
issue to Jos. O. Carter. Tho value
of tho estatu is uuknowu to peti
tioner, who Bays it is personal pro
perty in the hands of C. L. Carter.
As heirs thu petitiou names the peti
tioner (Mrs. H. G. McGrew) aud
lteyuolU lirodiu McGrew, son of do
ceased. Iu addition to tho estate mention
ed in thu petitions, thoro is a JiilKJO
policy in tho widow's own favor iu
the American Legion of Honor.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho matinco at tho Opora House
this afternoon was well attended.
John Downey has gone to Haua,
Maui, to accept a position on a plan
tation. Another special meeting of tho
Healaui Boat Club will bo held Fri
Theio was very little rain in Nuu
anu valley thjs forenoon, aud tho
reservoirs aro no higher. o, l (s
tion and that alone should be
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
people on the Islands. Any
thing in the way of a novelty
when it is believed to be really
good is secured by us and
dry and No. 2 aud 3 have each two offered tO tllC public almost as
feet of water. i . . . r ,
. T - - - ,, soon as it is mirouuceu in ine
A Japaueso deserter of ten months , , ., . P. .
from tho contract service of tho i United StatCS Or Europe. OllC
Makawoli sugar plantation was re
turned to that place by tho Pole
Ou hor iuijiat trip on tho Kauai
route, tho steamer Waimanalo had
her deck piled with freight besides
a full hold. Captain Davies has
struck a rich loau.
11. Klemme, the People'
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
War Pictures Ordered Sown.
The Japaneso residents recoived
recently from Yokohama a number
of colored pictures of scenes in the
Japan-Chiua war. Iu every picture
of course tho Japaneso are the vic
tors, and iu some tho Cuiueso aro
beiug scattered to the wiuds. The
fronts of the diu"orcut lodging houses
were decorated with these pictures.
Within tho past few days Consul
General Fuji! has given oiders to
take down tho pictures, giving as his
reason that tho display bred ill-feeling
which might culminate in a riot.
The pii'tures, therefore, havo all dis
appeared. A Japauesu hotel near
the Bulletin ollico had five highly
colored piuturos ou exhibitiou ou
was tho sceuo of
ai noou to-uay. Aleii ami women,
who had evidently been drinking
aakl, had a free fight, and tho air in
tho immediate vicinity was filled
with oaths aud Indecent language.
Tho tramcara and bunses filled with
passengers passed within a few feet
of tho disgraceful scone.
On THURSDAY, Oct. 25,
AT 10 O'OLOOK A, M.,
I nm Immictcd by MltS HOHKAKDRIt
'who m k-avliu fur Wulmku), lo bell at
h-r rcsliicn-e, llvretni H-reet, two Uors
from iliu Cuiiiiiit) cul tiuluo'), the eutire
HoueliolJ furniture, cuiiIiIuk of
Ash Bedroom Sets
Colored Ituilroom Beta,
Wire and Hiirlut' Mattraasn,
CENTER and SOFA RUGS
Hiinglni; I.jiups, Moiiullo Nets,
llctl l.lnvii, ('lumber Beta,
B. W. Extension Diologroum Table
I Hmpress UniiKe, I'ijKj,
Oat ilockcrs ami t'lmltu, Etc.,
11, A'oume, the People's
OAKD OF THANKS.
rpilK UM)KIIS(QNKI) TAKES THIS
X nifilium tf OmtiMiit; nil ttiu Millcul
BnperliituiiiU'iilHul tliu liifnnu A)lum iu
tlm Iiv jiura Unit hi Into wife whh a
i Htl nt Ilium viz , Ducinrd Tucknr. Oil vur,
MoWujno mill itrliert fur their uohI
iliiuun rllur h lo relieve unil citrn bur ln'er
miUMit inniilii, as well in tliuir conntuni.
(Jflltlulieaa In irca'l' K her. JIh would ulso
iiiuiiK iim fiirmerl.y HiperlnteiKleut anil
liiu ami blu imrtner, Mi. ami Mrs Win.
Aula us wull at tho nruseiit mnerl 'tun
.eiit, Mr. Cii'ltr, anl mpeclaliy Mm.
Hv. im tliu t-kilfiil Irtily mire, for their mi
viriiij mill nuiiil". kiinl.y cure of Mr.
Kiui. JIimmII ill wny.i eralclully reiuein
her all tlio olll ,'iala liureln limieil lur what
they ImVH ilonci in nililnalliiK tlm bUlHr
iiikf of lili I'uluveil lurt.er in the reat
in iKfnrl ittiH that clumliil these last 11 e
y. nri uf their vteJUvil life.
1I7U It J. fcSOS.
I.ANI IllUT ilUIIll 111 H( KUlm
th ii. bi of 0 imiKerun Itouin at TiU r. h ,
Del. 21, l'lil, f r tlm iiirio e nf rto-ivliiK
lh rori. uf the niiiiiut a- apiulnieil iu
UHfi Anh'le. of Iiu iiirtn.ii. n o th.
ri ort of ihe hi ul'iiiir run mitt, llvry
liniuh.r Is rniumtel til u ifiut I'cr
tnlur, U. K. ItUAliiiMAN,
0. K. Hr.hiiliK, BttiTetwry. 1170 at
(liniMAN, Wi:i.li KI)i;UATKI,TltlIHr
mlhy, liuiifal, kirkily, kiiu. r, III'". I nr
i'ht'i a 'is wink to Icfu from martin,
1'iittO silJiea, A. 11., 31, iliU lilUcs, ill'
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 noveltv
is low enough to put it within
the reach of everyone.
As we have mentioned seve
ral times before, the Wertheim
Triplex Sewing Machine is the
best in the world. It is the
only machine that will change
the stitch from chain to lock
without bothering with 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
those on the Wertheim. Every
part of the mechanism 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.
Mr. John A. Scott, Malinger of the llilo Hugiir Company, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of the working nf the NATIONAL OANE SIIKKD
DKH, which was otccttd hy llu-ir works at the commencement of thu crop
jtiet Imrvcrtcd :
"During tho pnst week tho Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any ot
Its former records by closing the 125 hours grinding with an output of 300
Ions. This is fully 10 purt'uiil more lliun tho best work of former ye.irs.
"The three roller mill lieing 20 iu. by T4 iu. unil the two roller mill 30 in.
by 00 in. 'I ho first mill doing thin amount of work In an ellkicnt manner
and with great chkc, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough
preparation of the cuuu by the National Cuue Shredder, tccenlly erected by
" Aud by its use (ho extraction has been increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on ull kinds of cuue, aud in some cases 80 percent has been reached;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according lo quality.
"I continue to fl nil the megass from shredded cane better fuel than from
"Tho Mircitdcr lins been working day and night for seven months and has
given me entire MilU'uctinu, having shrrdiled during that time about seventy
llinuMiid tons of oauc, ami a large purl of it being hard rutoous.
"The idircddcr utnl ciiuino require very littlo euro or iiltontion."
OflTl'luus aud specifications uf these Shicdders muy bo tcon ut the office of
WM Q. IRWIN dt CO., La..
)' AnmU ft IH HnvxiHnn fatanrii
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SBQ.
(Successors to 0. E. Williams.
AND 611 KING- 8TREET.
Tlie Hawaiian Hardwire Co, Ltd,
OppoalU HprokU' Block,
Ul NUUANU STUKF1.
THEN A BOOH.
Get in now and buy Carriages
while they are cheap. Our line
is specially adapted to Island
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No. 70 Queen Btreet
Benson, Smith & Co.. i
Oorner JTort Sm Hotel Sta
Trom Reciit Direct IHHrtatifU
Tho Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A. LAROTE ASSORTMENT.
New Good:. ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock 1
rtOI.IUOAK UKDItODM BKT,
riOKAd, LOUNflRB, WARDltOBBb,
MIBROIIB, MOOLDIMlri, KiC, KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
VT Roll nt 40 Yards, $12.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntuai 78.
Importer and ttr ii Eoropaii Dry ana Fancy Goods
1 jiil leu' Vre of every description. Alio, fresh line of Chinese Qoodi.
Pongee & "Wliite Sills. Fajaxxias
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Bent Black and Orcen Chinese Tea. Crcpo Shawls, Etc.
tm Fit Qaitmutred. Prices Moderate. 1
MJirb-uetl Telephone B42
IV- iDtntl Teltptooe E
Episcop.il Church Services!
BKOINMNO OV SUNDAY. OCTOUP.K
Hth, regular tniirniim otul kvhiiIhk
survlcca will liu held liy tlio Mulhillst KpU.
roiml i liuii'li of IIiiiiiiIiiIu. UK''. II V.
I'l.i'K, 1'iKiiir, In tlio Imll. nttluii'iirncriif
Kurt mill lluiiil Mrreti (Tlilitl", liirincriy
Annvxtiiliiii Omli Jt(K)iim).
A furiuul urnuiilditliiii of this Church
will liikii plni'u on Hiliiilny, (ivimhIht I.
All l'hrlHHi notiilllllniol with uny otlmr
KviuiKfllLnl ulmnili are IiitIivU to iniltti In
Utit oritiilisiion. 1167-lw
0(mmeroial -:- Saloon
ISHT ILIMME, Maatflir.
Uor. Nuuana & UeraUnU fits , llouola'a.
The Only Sportluf Um In Town.
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lthtirli Ljtr Itir
A ways m DNBjht. I bUssts fr 25c.
lint ol Winn, Liquor end Ultrt
lweyt ou UaniL
FINEST 1 1ST FLAVOR
Of any imported. Just received by
HOLLISTBR &c OO,