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Honolulu, Octobfr i;t1i, lS'JI.
From hd1 title th 1st thy of .fitnit-r?.
18Q5, and during tin iwevo mo tln on
iniug, tlio Mtn ot ntcrt n,i UVio.-t In
theRcnra' nn-oiint ol t' c l utal ftivlip4
llanlc, will be at the rite it lvo cr.-i-ut r
D-po.I'ors desiring t trim let Hi lr
gritril t-ccoilils into x er. c.t 1' tl
BiV ihj limit II .ii Js m i do si on )l!cn-
tlon to tlia I',iViimo wen r.l.
Tlio olinir referred lho tnnttor to
Un M'niali'r of Uio Interior.
Minister Smith road tlio resigna
tion of Cecil Drown, on nccount of
liift aoct'jituij? a uotninatioa to the
Tho ft'cri'tary roail n itnilar resig
imttnn from lVoiclent Wllilor.
TIh resignations, together with
that of Mr. Vatorhout, prosoutod
last week, wero accented.
Mr. Tiuinoy uoniiuatod Mr. Eoa
Mr. Mna nnminated Mr. Allen a?
tin oldest moiubor, withdrawing in
lntr at on Unit CtMl-hnttM ui I lr sub , hut
Jcot to S(toii agrt inaiit on ihie ut do o.-lt.
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Appro'cli 1'ustuia.tcr Gcno-al
S. M lMvn.i,
M n t ( F n'neo. UTIIJt
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
Mr. Allen w.-neloeted unanlmounly, uu ItitiiHfS, Nlltimtl Plllicll
nt nkiM Mr. Wilder to retain his mSn amiuaes miUJIlU, runui
bowl or Tantalus are places
HOPP & CO.
ulu gnUij jgulldln.
TllUltSUAY, OCT. 23, lyi
teat for I he region
r ITmIlIi miir.ul llmt. itin fVinn
ciN do now adjourn subject to tho ' where residences may be built
eall of the ehair. ,, i r c
Mr. K.ui.iei.ith wanted n state- so that magnificent views Of
inent of iiiinisteriat policy on tho
(uifiiu of annexation before, the
liiilcliuito ilinirsal of tho Councils.
Mr. Hatch said tho policy of this
Government might bu expressed in
iitio word "Annexation." From tho
h.-i'inimii' II11T11 had bten no ones-
I lion a to tin' portion of tho Gov
ernment, ailliougli there was no
the city and bay may be had
at all times. To others who
wish to be on a level with all
mankind, Aakiki has attrac-
Thore has beon a queer suggestion , l.r,i.t .i!ilumili there was no . tlOllS that Please. It there IS a
put forth by tho Advertiser, that the nece.ily of stating it every week, i t.r,nt.r.,,f., nf U.yA f M I (PU
publicshoul, prescribe the programs ' TIi.to had never been any doubt on Scarcity 01 lailQ II Will DC leil
of concerts by tho public baud. ' J '" V"l of t lie ' Government as to by those who dlJOy the SWIsh
xt . J . ' t ,i tiiouesiramlpy 01 the ineasuro nor , , , . .
01 tne waves aiong tne oeacn
Not only is our Stock the largest, but
our prices nvo the LOWEST, mik! our forms
tlio most LIBERAL over ofl'erpd tlie public.
Buy Fine Furnishings of us, at Lower
Pricos llian are charged for inferior grades
FIRST A GABLE,
More simple, popular uuisio is the
demand, so its authors reprueut. A
sample program is veutim-d, how
over, which is made tip of pieces
that lierger's bauds, past and pic3
out, have whanged hundred of
times. This f jut would indicate that
the authors of the bright idea are
strangers witliiu thj coral gates.
Professor Dergor does olton give
simple old tuues in his concerts, but
it is not clear that he should serve
such as tho chief musical diet. Clas
sical music educates the public ear,
while hackneyed popular airs but
tickle it. Even the oldest favorites
of melodies for the masses
soon pall on the massive ear. Cod
llsu balls nicely done tualio go.nl
eating, but ouo ilousu't want linim
lor biuakfast, dinner and supper.
Tho I act is, hoWucr, thai Mr. Mer
ger does ullotv t tie public to aid turn
iu preparing programs. Ho lias al
ways been road to oblige Individual
tastes, and ofleu his program aio
interlarded with the sigu, 'Uy ic-quest;."
nf its ultimate siicchsi. There seem
eil to ito some (loui)i as to wuero tne ,, ,t,. ii,. -,, .: rtJ
. ii , r i... i t, and where thev can sit and
in-j dr'i "ii iv i av w
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
, beyond it. It is possible that a
cood road around the head
elsewhere, and enj oy them while you are
pres eoulil have no doubt as to tne viCW tllC CrnUlueurS Of a SCIIII
ioumii ui iiie uviuiuuivuu vn-
Mmsler Damon, remarking that
Mr. ll'iieh had the faculty to ay
tlionlil thing at the right time,
di-ir-d to add a few remarks. Th
Government had never deviated
from the purpose of obtaining an
netatioii. Cross roads had Ik'oii en-
e itiutered oint'times in the deliber
at loim of the Council, where mem
bers divided on matters oi detail in ..... . ... .,. .... nt ..m'
coiuliictingnirairs. There had never Juiu ul hi tin. inn- ui yuuiiv.
b en nu. question of the monarchy improvements, and, if the land
or tin. republic-that was settled . ... ..;., . nxt. , fiUn
wouUl I forccr. huico tno beginning oi me m uui iuiiii u vm.u uy mw
i i-rovision.il oovernuieni a greai rrnvpnimpnt. nn imp noised twn-
ehange hid taken place in public , , , , . ..
otiiitiou. Some of those who were sury balance would be the re-
bitterly OJMM...HI to them at first ' sut f tjiere wcrc n,ore ots
now saw that annexation was tlio
only solution of all tin country's along tllC beach HlOrC people
ilillh-nlties. Ilo considered that wnn(l ivc ,rc nnfl ;mnmve
work r.ir annexitlon must bo done ouiu live mere ana improve
mainly iii these island. , them. Every dollar of improvc-
MiuiKter .'suiiih, after repeating ,A11ie ,,,MC crt ,,,, fnr u-
llion-ii ranees of the Government's "'ClltS IllCailS SO lllUCll Jor the
policy IHug uiiehauged, referred to lroveriimcnt by Way of taxa-
iht work aceomplilied by the Loun- ". , .. . " , ' . ...
...N. lie spok.. of the balance of tlon and that alone should be
more than SWUOW In the treasury. .m inducement for it tO extend
feeling of grim satUfac. ,o to ,ee ' -s in no g jff . .
tho Hawaiian Star, from the editor- 1l.r,M11, ,,, lh ,,,,, lrj.I1(M1 g j ' . ( . fa
ship of which ho was hred, repub- :5r.t rrm ,, ,.inarehv to the 1'ro- DVtr 5 ,1CC WC anca 01151-
lishiug a farrago of false history and vioioual Goverumctit and, next, from I1CSS WC iKWe ailllCU tO SCClll'C
uhamelcss slander regarding llauai--InH to the Kepublic. The one
; ureal j'imiuivuhmi mr uiu iiiiiki. bui-
j ioim step they took in IS'.).'), in chaug-
hit tin form of government, was
' tin ir obji'ct of securing good and
KCopiD 8o Co.,
N"o. 74 XCixig Street
AN AfOaiXE A1JH0AD.
It must give Walter G. Smith n
National Cane Shredder
r A TESTED UXDEIl THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
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such goods as we believed to
be suited to the tastes of the
people on the Islands. Any-
iau aIFjirs, which that adventurer
relieved himself of two mouths ago
at Sju Diego tho only place, ap
parently, where ho can find a von
geuiul atmosphere, liis tatisfacliou
uilibeali the greater because the
Star kindly omitted to repeal from
the San Diego paper tho facl it
mentions, iu c licet, that the reput
able public of Sju D.ego did not
think worth while to come out of
their houses to hear the Milled , anv re:iou more
rhetoric of the Annexation Club's i for lu acceptance ot a iiomliiMlon IriPCratOr tOT USC 111 the bed-
io tint ftciiMo, it wm tnai ne leu no , ,., U iu:.,i. tu:.. : i
mihtin that poMtiou b able to rOOlll. We tlllllK tills IS a gOOtl
prumot.. the one great . object. Iu thing because it Obviates tllC
I nnu'iii-iiii ii'i iiiaiiihuii ill" muiHiioin i if
for ih-ir kt.Mlu.--rt to him iu the i llCCCSSlty Of PCOpIC gOllltT to
stable government throuu'h closer thitlP- ill the wav of a noveltv
rcl'it ions with I ho United States. , . . , .. j. , ,,
I're.id.MU Wilder thought it just when it is believed to be really
as well that an opportunity should I V00( c secured bv us and
'itivo been given members of the "ul1 .'; "l,n-u ? u: ""
..iovcrniiM'iit to state their position, Ottered tO tllC public almost 3S
not that any ineuib-r ever doubted I ,.nfm ,. u ,,nfrrifl,lVfl Jn 4,a
wh.ro i h-ysiood. From tho start 00.n a,s " ,s "lirOUUCea HI II1C
h.s oij-ct and aim had been to United States Or Europe. OllC
bring about annexation, it iiioro nt tyn ninri :e ii, Mli: D
llinn niiiillior wl " irtlvOl IO UO- JIILiaill lt-
pet orator. Mr. Smith's lecture from
which the Star makes copious ix
tracts is characteristic of his news
paper woik iu Honolulu. Its staple
qualities of bhamelcss slauder ami j ' )'"r- t.in.nlj,"f 'l,l'''n .'" J1'!' j ' tllC kitchen OT pailtry for lllilk
vile scurrility are the same as made
its author au impoisible mau for his
Honolulu patrons in any capacity,
lie is recognized hure to-day, by
those uho weio his employers here,
as the prime ageut in defeating
every prospect, for an indutiuilo
period, of conciliating tho uuliwi
liuwuiiaus and their foreigu sympa-
thizurs iu national aspirations. His
then patrons are beginning ut this
late hour to realize that such cou
ciliatiou is au absolutely uecchsary
factor, bjlh hero aud in the Uuited
Stales, in the promotion of the mu
tually honorable uuiou of tbi coun
try with the LinUd Mutes. Han
this latest deliteMueo of Walter G.
beeu left to fude iu the files of tlio
bun Diego prints it would liavo it ed
itiiiocuous, but the blur iu repro
ducing it liuro simply deals a viciuiif
blow ut the catire for which Um.II
jiroft-Ases to exist. Uur contempor
ary by this actiou besides insulin lln
uiotnesof Us ovvuers iu gutting nil
of the man. If recollection is nt
ut fuult, l'resideut Dole bade Mr.
Smith godspeed at tho time of hi&
virtual t-ipiilsiou, with cprcioiii
of confidence that he would prove u
worthy apostle of annexation in the
Uuited states. Tho 1'resideiit ouglii
to bu proud of his protege after lids
Sau Diego exhibition of his upobllu
Bhip. PBO XEUrOUK LEGISLATURE.
Weokly Mooting of the Exocutlvo
and Advisory Councils.
At this afternoon's meetini; of tin
Executive and Advii-ory Cuiiui-i
there wero present: W. C. Wildci,
president; Ministers llaleh, lung,
Damon aud bmith; Coiincillnrr
Kun, Walerhouse, Alien, M Gaud
less, ilolle, Meudouca, Nott, Kiuiiie
luth, Vouug aud Tenuey.
Minister Damon read tho weekly
financial statement. Jieceipts weie
$li).)UUl, the principal items lining
(Jiii-lonis $17113 and Taxes S.V.Kil) Mi.
Thu oxpeuditures wore 'HllHlli
There is duo to the lWal S iviugs
liank and 1'ostmaster GeueraiV
notes (180,801.1. 'I, nnil tho net ni-dobtediie.-s
is 1,535,1)01 111). Not ices
of withdrawals Irom the 1. S. IS. to
Dec. !H amuiiut to il'S.I.'K), while the
cash on hand in tlio bank is 0'.),
85511. lixpoiibosof the J'lovNioual
Govurumeut to datu are Wll, ('().) Ill
Available cash, current account,
Mr. Kiiimelulh voiced a liilter
complaint from I'liuehbowl nidents
about the scarcity of water.
Mr. Kua had received couipluiuU
ol tho same matter.
with some rcirrct. ns if it worn fcasi
id. he should be glad to have their
scrsious continue until tho assem
bling of the 1,1'gi-Oaturo,
The Councils then adjourned sub
ject to the call of the chair.
II. Klemmr, th Pcojtle't
Mr. John A. Hnott, Mutineer of tho II llo Sunr Company, gives the follow
ing wonderful record of the working of (he NATIONAL CASE SHHED
DEK, whicli was uiccted by their works ut the commencement of the crop
"During the past week the 1 1 ilo HiiRnr Company's mill exceeded any of
its former records by clnslt tin l.'i hours grinding with .in output of I100J
tons. This in fully 10 percent more than ihu liefL work of former yo.irs.
"The three roller mill being l!l in. by 51 iu mnl the two roller mill HO in.
by IK) iu. 'I ho first null doing this iimouul of work iu an ellluienl manner
mnl with great cucc, cninimnil with work on whole en ue, owing to thorough
preparation of the cane by the National Cmia Shredder, tcceiilly erected by
"And by its use (lie extraction has been IncrciiHcd from .'I percent to 5 por
cent on nil kinds of ciiiie, mnl in some races 80 percent has been reached J
the iivcnigo being ( to a percent, iicconling to ipnlily.
" I coiiiiiiue to llud tho mcgiics from shtcilded cauu better fuel than from
"'the hhrcihler bus been working duy and nkht for seven months and has
uiven me entire sutis'iu-tion, huving (.lircihliil during thul time about seventy
thoii'jiiid tons of eiiuc, mid a large part of it h ing hard rntnous.
"The flircihlcr and eiicine reiitiite very Utile care or nMciilion."
1'Uiis ii ml specilicatliiiia of there Mneuilers may beteciiullliuolllcool
WM. IRWIN & CO., LU.
4V Innli fnt I hi ffnunilnn I'innilx
By LuwU J. Luvoy.
Sl'BClAL ALE OF
Plants and Ferns
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. SI.,
or anything else that is needed
during the night. For those
who like luncheon in their bed-
Mr. McC'nudlcrs thought tho ex-1 , i.i l '..ut- u : :.a:
ro..ons (nnil the Ministers would . 00111 late at Illgllt it IS llldlS-
htreugthen the rank ami file, iu ' pensiblc, as it is admirably ar-
who-e behalf ho would thank them. . ' , , , ., , .y. ,
ti.ov would find the rank aud file i ranged to hold a large cold bot-
alwaysreadyto support them and-Jle fo rr0 with a Small Warm
ine cauiu wiui ouuor uauoin or uui- , . , , . , ,, , ,,
Dira. i ne price 01 ims noveiiy
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 duke 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.
I will veil nt I'nliMii Aii'-tlon, nt my Silej
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Variety of Plants
Magnolia, Ciinamui Tress,
aZileas, Cane Us, Begn'as
Feres, Ec, Etc., Etc.
Ami If not I'rorlou'ly fc'old
DOOO i-mooth Cayonno
Ficeaipie hioo'S and
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.,
Mo 70 Queen Street
Benson, Smith & Co.,
CDorxt9V Wort St Hotal Bta
From Recut Dlrtct InftrUtifii
The Only Parfoot Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps I
A. XA.O-n A88ORTLONT.
Pioneer Furniture House
ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
New Goodh ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
HOMO OaK IIKDItOOM BKTd,
SORAB, LOUNOKS, WAltimOIIKB.
MIKUOltH, MOUI.DOS, KTO., ETa
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
IVr ltoll o( -10 YriU, $IJ.)0.
A.nd a Fiue Quality for $0 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos tor Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
SmxejtOM to 0. K. Williams.
AND 611 KING STREET
HAWAIIAN 011A HOUSE
I, .1. I.I-'VKY,
V. It. IIAII.KY,
DAIiEVS STOCK COMPANY.
Thuraly Eveuicg, Oct. 25
'JIu (iri'u' Cuiiidly Dmiua
f.Vl ll.)Y hVi;.M.S0,0L"fOUl'.H Will
Mini e .Mil Mii'ii1. Cunifitv dilution
". AI'llHK, or O.MY A COUNTRY OIRL.
Dmi'l in tuu i;iml oiioceuri in our
Ill NUDANU 8TUBE1.
Iwrler and Demur Ii European Dry aM Fancy Hoods
lollies' Wmtch ot every tlutorlpl ton. Alxo, In-sli line ot Chinese Ooods.
Pongee & "Wliite Silk. FaJaniEis
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Hunt Black and Grcuu GhinuHu Toa. Grcpo Shawls, Etc.
Car Fit (HinrHiitfi'il. l'ricen Moderate. -
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1- latrnl Telepbone E
Tie Hawaiian Hardware Go, Ltd.
Opposite BpreokaU' Mock,
Ahitimai, jjBiMisa or'riii: iu:
i.m Hiivt l: II 1 11 li ll-lil tl liu
dim li-i i ( 0 .mi, t'fi-e Ittoiil nt Tl U r. M ,
tici. mi. I "in, ( r tlin inrii ' of rxi-. vin
III-lf lirl i, H i-millll IB" llljl illiU-il in
tiihti Ar'l-ln ot liuiiiirtn n. nl n tlin
r'lnrt ol iln- tn ol Inir mitt--. ' Kvi-ry
ini-mli r In rtiiut-Mu I to -o ii'i-mhiI IVr
Tilir. (I. K. lIUAldiMAN,
y.y. Hci nit-K. Bi rotsy. L'"'sl
Ui'.IIMAN, WIII.I, KDUDAThD.TItUHr-WIHII')-,
Ikimh, H'l-llll-, (.ithir, lil-il nr.
(.'-nt' on it oik to iri-p frmn m.rliu,
1'UUK a.iie, a, 11., HI, tbU oUlCtf. 01"
Ooinmeroial -:- Saloon
HARRY KLEMME, Mioiger.
Cor. Nmiumi & lleri-tanU 8t , Honolulu.
Tbe Only Spoillug Mm Id Town,
O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Lager Iter
A ways on DMDgbt. 2 tosses fr 25&
Umt ot Winn, I.Hiiornd Cln
FI2STHSST IN FJLj-A.-VOR
Of any imported. Just received by