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1I050LCLU, October l:lh, 18'JI.
From and afte th 1st Jay of Junttiry.
18, and during thi we ve inoitln en
tnlng, the rtn of .lilor-st mi deiiM In
theRcntal bo fu nt ot t' c I'.nlnl tavlug
batik, will bo at the rate if lvo er. cut vr
lJ-potlfors desiring t tnmfet Hi Ir
general tccou its Into n t. c.t 1 stl
Hit ngt Uink II n Js Q'i do hi on aopltca
tlon to the fos'iii.e' lien r.l.
Intrst on Urm cttlocate will te sub
ject to Special agrxt tnmt "Hi date of de. Oilt.
JOS. M. U.VT,
Approved : l'u-tma iter General,
8. M. JJavon,
Mnm-rf t"nnce. 1171 3t
Jtt gnilji SMlUiin.
fWged to neither Stct not taut,
but KetablUhed for the tin fit of All.
SATUKDAY, OCT. 27, IBM.
Kra, Thirds Contracts Theoiophy
with Other Myotoriea.
A rather smaller audience than
usual greeted Mrs. 1 birds' appear
aucu last night m Iheosophy hall,
i'ruuiptly ou time tho Icoluio.-s be
gau her uusortaliou uu'Uccullisui."
Simply put the substance of her re
tuatKB ruu: Firm, that uuuy, both
hero iu Honolulu auU over tbo
world, tuialaku Thuosophy for a
secret society. Sotuo heie eveu go
ing so far as to assert that the uiuul
iugs ou Tuesday ulght, which are
opeu to the public uud are held for
the speciul purpose of auswenug all
questions or inquiries regaiuiug
'iheo.ophy or any part of it, are
held iu Becrot. iNt-xi that the worU
"occultism" is geuerally uiisuuiler
stood as to its purport. Most peo
ple regard it as a sy uouyin fur uiagic.
This is uol so. Mugiu upportaius to
Jar loiter plauo thau occulliaiu.
Mutf.o is uutoiial, with mjurioua r.
suiia to both praullser una suojecl.
Ucculusui is tho sciuuco ot tho
spiritual or higher plane, yea, even
tite highest. After shotting the
dauger ot experimenting with either
luugic or occultism by persous un
acquainted witu p-yenic planum, the
leciuress procooUcU to shov the till
fercuce boltveeu occultism, which
couia ouly be gaiued by tnuse who
hud utleny auuudoueil, reuouuceil,
anil cast away sett una all thought.
of it lroni tneir lives, nud inti.nc,
practised ouly by the ovil-dispuscU
lor selfish enus. Shu theu proceed
ed to denounce hypnotism uud
spiritualism us most uvu and injuri
ous to alt who practised them or
sutleied themsehes to be practiced
Upon, uud denounced the proles
sioual uiudiutus, etc., practising lor
coin us absolute frauds, anu stuted
that every poison practising, teach
ing, or pieieiuliug to teucli, potters
of the occult or super physical
lor coin were ou the face of it
frauds. She thou wouud up with a
glorious tribute to the iiitluuuco ol
Theotopby ou murals nud the ulti
mate progress iu future incarnations
of Theosophists, who would iu the
end of their incarnations allaiu the
full potter and kuoiv ledge ot adept.
A round of applause greeted the
conclusion of this superb lecture.
Mcchauics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuaiiu street, lodging by day,
week or mouth. Terms : '2b and bU
cents per night; SI and il.20 per
Vote fur 11. KUmint, the People's
By Ja. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Flour, Middlings & Oats
On MONDAY, Oct. 29lh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
tmr-elUtp'y f r the UmW-rP-r's 8l.
I wll o I a 1 b lo Anc i ii, hi he 1 a Itlu
Ail Vj- k, to c -ho cons gnu e it
040 Sacks Pioneer Flour,
331 Sacks Midd ings,
240 Sacks Oats
Household :- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 31
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I am lli't-ncteil tnnell nt I'nlil'e Aurt'on,
a the ieilu cflif Mr. K. Wob I Kltb, ear
ner u( Vio oris uinl '11m alon Avi-iiu-a,
The : Sntlro : Household : Furniture,
ASH - BEDROOM - SETS
Oik IWIronm Bt ami M ttresfe.-,
(Jorvod Inluiil Oik luhli',
Miirlili-tc),.(V'iHiTTuljU (Vnlor Itus,
l'lu.li btul Hoc kern uui l Imlra,
Oak Seiretary Book Cato & Books
CliHndcllt-rx, Hnnplnv I nui , Curtalim,
1'ortlce-, Kun riili liutinl. lint Itui'-f,
l.euii(!CM, Wlmt .Nut mill cnriui, Viiics,
l'lc lire, Jutuufeu Caliinuts,
Wardrobti, Elogl Ur&iUiir, Veil Bale,
titovu nnil I'ooklnu 1'ieml n,
it. I'litol, l.nuu Mutter, 111 ud(,
l.ut nf Mutqii'to Djij's,
Kcrtfiisunil Wliutuiv Hubh,
1 Horso, Drako aud HarncsH
HuiMlemtml llrltllui, 1 Kiuii;nnto,
Uarileu'lun h, hui, hio , Kto
Tas. V1. .Morgan,
Tho Scottish Thlstlo Club Observes
the Timuhonorod Fcativnt.
Scoltih Thi-tlo Club hall was
comfortably throuKcil with a ilatic
iiiK parlv lat niilit, for tho colobr.v
tuiu of llallotvovu under tho ntn
pii-t's of tho flub. Tho ontorlain
tneiit was )ivoii In advaiH-o of tho
jirou'r ilalo, owiitK to I ho oiiao
tiioiil of tho hall by another lio.ly on
Wednesday i-voMiinj. .Muu' wa
furnished iiy I ho lliwaiiau Quintet
(.'lull, w ho'o members sautf fn iuent
ly ns well a p1-iiim(. Cap ain A. O.
S. 1 1 awe?, llrilndi CiiMiinissiniior,
honored tho club with his prooiuv,
tho members highly nptreeiatinn
tho compliment. Many of tho party
were. preeuted to thoUoininjssiouor,
wlio remained through I ho lirst part
of tho program. Captain llaweisex.
preseii Inn fsroat pleauro to tho
oIliot'M at tho cheerful looking hall,
ami his delight at seeiiiK I ho SmiIh
and thi'ir frionds onjoy tlmmsMvon
!o merrily. Ho had lived in Scot
land fomo time, a fact that eiiiiiticed
his Interut in this cololiratiou. A.
S Cli'Khorii, honorary chief of tho
club, and B. V. Holdsworth abo at
tended tho party. Dr. McLennan
n.irle. Dr. McLennan
ami Mr. Turner managed tho floor
with ability, nud not a murmur was
hoard. IMro!ditmnta wero served
nt Intermission, ns well ns cool bov-
ernges throughout. Shortly after
midnight tint party mado n cirdo
nnil dispersed with Anltl LauSj;no,
cro.ssliig hands nt tho stanza, "Now
hero's a hand my trusty frioud," etc.
THE PACIFIC WHEELMEN.
They Will Escort Visiting Cyclists
Tho Pacific Wheelmen met iu the
Y. M. C. A. hall ye-toiday evening
nud elected tho following otllcors:
U. 0. Woolen, provident; 11. A. Dex
ter, secret nry nud treasurer; II. A
Uile-, captain; Clifton Tracy, Non
tenant; A. L (J. Atkinson nud W. L.
I'otcrcou, auditor-. Tho organiza
tion is iu n iloiirishiug condition
financially mid tho wheelmen expect
to give a grand exhibtionof riding
tho who-1 on Thanksgiving Day.
Tho Inik Albert, which nrrived
this morning, had ou hoard Grilllth,
tho well-known bicyclist of tho i'aci
tic Co int, nud his club mate Terrill,
another speedy wheelman. It is not
known how long they will stay lions
Init it is tho itcidro of the i'neific
Wheelmen that I hey prolong their
lisit until nfter Thanksgiving Day,
so that Ihey may bo able to ptrtici
pato iu tho races. Tho local wheel
men have decided to give tho visit
ing cyclists home sort of n reception,
aud nt 1.30 o'clock this afternoon
llioy will meet nt the King Stnel
Ct clery nud escort them about town
All cyclists wishing to take part are
welcome, especially those of tho
Everr mother ili"tilil know tint
croup could b prevented. Tho lirM
sviiiptonntflruocroup is hoarsened
mis is i-iiioiieti iy n p-cuii;ir
rough cough, if chaiiiiiciiamV
Cough lf'"i.-jy J Kiv.-n rrecly a-
mioii ns the child hecoincs lioar-o or
oien after the cough has dev.-l.iped
i' will proveut the nttnek. 'St and
r.0cenl bottles for -alo by nil deal-
ers. Ueeson, Smith .1; Co., Aueut.
for tho llatwiuan l-hinls.
Antono itodrigues, tho Portuguese
who rode to the 1'olicn Staliou from
K'nl.l.l. mi K.m.lnr. Oel. 7. entered
mtli blood, wan blue lo appear in
.i . it .!..: . ...i.... in.. .
-....-- -p,-.-.. -----.--.
Milium, l-Vat.k l'erreira, was found
guilty of nssault nud uuteiiced to
three months impriHoiiuiciii m nam
labor. An appeal was noted.
11. Klcinmr, the People'
Sy Lewis J. Lovoy.
SPECIAL SALE OP
PI QTltQ nnrf l?Prn Q
IiailtO ailU lUlUO
On THURSDAY, Nov. i
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell nt Public AiiPllon, at iny Silw
room, iiivun htrtit,
- A CHOICE -
VarietV of Plants
Con ltln; of
Magnolias, CDDanrn Trefs,
Azaleas. Came Us, Begn'as
r'erDS, Ec, Etc., Etc.
And if not i'rcvioit-ly Hold
0000 Mnooth Cayenne
Pioeaiple Sioo:s and Suckers
CLOSING OUT SALE OF
On PKIDAY, Nov. 2d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
I will tell nt Public Auction, nl 403 King
htn'et, liiuiiias' lluck,
thk whom: sioik or
Jewelry, Show Caies,
Iron Safe, Etc , Etc
Poil'.Ivtiy io be !ild WiibuLt Itcstrve !
TKUMS CASH I -
Tuesday, Ocl. 16, iSi)4.
As a place of residence Ho
nolulu presents advantages to
be found nowhere else in the
world. For people who prefer
high altitudes Ntuianu, 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, Aakiki has attrac
tions that please. If there is a
senrcitv nf hnd it will ta felt
by tllOSC wllO CHJOy the SWISll
, , , ,
of the W.1VCS along the beach
.,n j ...1, ,,.., f1f,v r.,n sf .,n,l
Ma ncr4- in,e- ca" Sl1 an.a
view the grandeurs Of U Seilll-
. . nns.i Tl,,,.., ,V .'rv
1,0PIC MlllSCt. I IKrt IS Cry
little available land tOWaftTDia-
mond Head 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 re-
tit IT i tf HAh ltlMA I ."lie
m' " U,J-' ;tM- ,,lult ,ui;
along tllC UCaCll more people
would live there and improve
them. Every dollar of improve
ments means so much for the
government by way of taxa
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
.r00J js secured b' US and
--v . . , ,. ,
ollered to the public almost as
S(J01 as j( js hi t TOtUlCeti ill tile
United btateS Or Elll'OpC. OllC
(.f ti,, i.,.llCf ;,. ii,,, M.l-illi- l?
0I lllt- UkSt l: l,ie AlCl.UIIC KC-
frigerator for use in the bed-
Wfi hnk (hjs .$
thing because it obviates the
,',,, f ,.,k ..:.. i
HCCeSSlty Ol )C0ple gOlllg tO
. . .- --
the kitchen or pantry for milk
i or anything else that is needed
uurnig me nigiu. ror inose
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-
j tie to go with a small warm
bird. The price of this novelty
is low enough to put it within
l'ie rcacn everyone.
As we have mentioned seve-
raMimes before, the NVertheim
Triplex Sewing Machine is he
best m 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 magnitkent tables as
those on the Wertheim. Every
part of the mechanism is con
structed with a view lo 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 lluke we would suggest
that you purchase an Improved
Stone hlter from us.
G. Wilder" bi ought us a lot of
them in assoited sizes.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd,
OjMito HiirtkoU' llloob,
buv irou'r MTuuifrr
Not only is our Stock tbo largest, but
oiir prices tiro llio LOWEST, smrt our terms
w most LIBERA! i oyer ollerod tbo public.
"Buy Fine EuruiMiius of us, at Lower
Prioos iban are ('barged for inferior grades
olsowliore and enjoy
KCo;p;p & Co.,
N"o. 7" Xing Stroot
National Cane Shredder
PATKNTKI) UXDEU Till. LAWS OP Till. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
jfri . J - I- . -1 .-1 -- . . r I : I i u !--. tw
-vi ,-. -.,- .. -.: l.
Mr. Jehu A. Kcntt, Mutineer of I In; llilo Kugur Cnmpntiy, givci the follnw
nig wontleifiil record of die working of tho N.YTlOXAl. CANE .SIIItKI)-
DI.K, which wan cicelul by their work? at the commencement of the croft
" During the nft week the llilo Hu;iir (.ompiiny'H mill exceeded nuy of
itf fiiimer rccniilw liv eluhinj; lint 125 liotir- griiuliiig with mi output of UOOJ
tun-, 'lliir i- fully 10 perctiii umre ihun the hc-i work of former ye irn.
"The Mine r-llcr mill Itriiig i( in. hy l iu mid the Iwo roller mill 110 In.
hy IX) in. I he furl mill doing thi- iiiiiuuut of work iu an elllcicnl unuiuer
nud with gie.it eioc, compiind with work ou whole cane, owing lo thorough
prepntaliiiu uf the cane hy the National Uuuo .Shredder, icccnlly erected by
" And hy iti me Hie exlnicliuu Iiiin heen increuhcd from !l percent lo G per
cent on nil l.imU of cane, mid in home cn-eii t0 percent Ima been reached;
the nver.ige hting To In 7.S percent, according to (piillly.
" I cnutiuiie to lind the nu-ga-a from hhtcihlcd ennu belter fuel than from
" 1 he r-lirtiMfr Ii.ik been working day nud nlcht for kcvcii mnnlhn ami Iiiih
clvcn me entile j-itir .icli'iu, having duciMcd during lh.it time ubnul hCcuty
hiiu-iiiid t n ii- of c.tne, ami a large purl of it b iug hard rnteoiiii.
" I'hi --lirt ihler ami engine n 1 1 1 1 i r cry liltle cam or u'tniilioii,"
JIT IMiiim iiml rpcciliciiiitiih of I In j-o .Sliicddir may bun'cn ul llicoluccof
VM G IRWIN & CO., La..
' . .tur-il M- A Itmuntinn .
Pioneer Furniture House
BSTABLIS H E1D 1 SB.
Hew Good I Latest Designs -I Largest Stock !
ROI IU HAK ItKllltOOM HK'H,
MOKaB, I.OI1NOKH, WAUrmOHKS,
MfttllOUS, MODI.IMNOiH, KTO., KTO.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
lVr flotl of 40 Yanls. $12.10.
And a Pine Quality for $9 por Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages!
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Motnal 76
Ill NUUANU STBBU1.
Iipilni' aM Beater iu European Dry and Fancy Goods
Ijulleu' Wares of every description. Alo, fresh line of Chinese Goods.
Pongee Sc "Wliite Sills. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings!
Ht'Ht Black and Green Chinese Tea. Crepe Shawls, Etc.
fJ0 Kit (Inn-mitcnd. Prices Moderate. "Vt
- -ivCiat-uELl Tele-plione 542
DL'ltlSfi MY AllHISCK 1MKM tiik
uiiiinU Mr lliTiii'i'O 1'riililni IhiIuIv
mitlifirlz .1 I.I r..i'K' mill I.. .1 fur .ill
' ,n"Ml,", ",,,, HIldll'll'K til lll'',.l. W l.'lll.
I ll't; ni lif tMllll' (111 I UVI'IIII IT I. I!l,
UV nillCIl lllllr i Mill llt'rllllilll IIMI'liCl
J . IX' N I Ml.
Honolulu, O.t. 17, IHH, inn liu
i aht r.vis.s'iN'ti. , (ii)i.n i..i'i: i-in .
1 j It umi'M l'u I mn, tin illli fit llotix',
hn tit ! ri"iiri f r lln nliirn lo Wutcr.
tiout.'a No. lllfaluiu, 1'uit klnvt hi.-Jl
tliom "wliile you are
.. 7-j.-.'mu. 'hiv..u'..)
O. K. Williams.
Guinmeroial -:- Saloon
n&RIlY KLEMME, Uanarjer.
Cor. Nmiitim A lit-rtu-Ii Bis , Honolulu,
The Only Sporting lUusi In Town.
I O. P. S. a Specialty
Lohengrin Liger Boer
A ways on Draught. Uto f r 2Qc.
llrkt of Win, I.HuorHiidClKr
FIRST A GABLE,
Get in now and buy Carriages
while they are cheap. Our fine
is specially adapted to Island
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No. TO Queen Street
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner F"ort Sc Hotel 63t43
Prom Recent Direct Importations
MAWS' TOOTHBRUSHES !
The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A LARQ1S A380RTMBNT.
FrN-EST IIST FHf.A.-VO.FL
Of any imported. JiiHt received by
X-SCOXiXiISTEK. Se CO,
THEN A BOOH.