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MONDAY, AUG. '2.1, 1897.
WHERE IS THE GOOD?
It is lnud to see what good nttrnot the altontiou of uugnr
either thin Republic or the cause- manufacturers ovorywhoro. Plan
of aunoxation can rcceito from tora at home, as well as Bmall
bewailing the small registration , growers of various products, all
of voters. For the fiicmls of will fiud matter of practical valuo
either, tho tirao to havo niado a , in this number. Tho Hawaiian
noise wns when the final day of Sugar Planters' Association is to
payiug 1890 taxes was approach-! bo congratulated on having so
ing. At this moment tho linwHug veteran a journalist, with such a
over tho subject might as complete knowledge of the history
left to people who would lejoieo and status of the sugar industry
to see tho Republic smashed and here, as Mr. Whitney to conduct
annexation indefinitely postponed. . its magazine.
Tl:nse who might be registered,
and wish they woro but are not,
ha.ro only themselves to blame.
They hud ample notice of the
conditions. Next time if there
is to be a nest time under pres
ent conditions they will look out
for their rights in duo season. It
docs not need, howoror, that
friends of tho llepublic and its
fundamental policy of annexation
should take especial pains to ad
vertise buoIi appateutly weak
points in the situation to the
statesmen and public of tho Unit
ed States. The enemy will take
care of ovorything in that line,
and ought to be welcome to what
ever advantage they think they
see in doing so. Ouo thing is
certain, no party will over come to
power in the United States whioh
will give tho opponents of the
Republic of Hawaii any more
comfort than did the administra
tion of Mr. Cleveland. And if
President McKinley's policy of
annexation be defeated, with or
without the aid of petty xnihits
from here such as sparse regis
tration for an olectiou compara
tively unimportant two results
are liable to follow which will
make the event one to be deplored
as much by the antagonists of the
present situation as by its sup
porters. One of these is the loss
of the reciprocity treaty. The
other is tho declaration of a pro
tectorate by tho United States in
terms that will perpetuato minori
ty government in those islands
that is, at toast, until tho majority
accept the franchise under condi
tions that its larger proportion
now spurns. The United States,
in her own interest, must take
measures to absolutely prevent iu
torual turmoil in tho group, as
well as the interference of other
nations in its affairs, for the ono
w uld conduce to tho other most
certainly. Perhaps exception may
be taken to calling the ensuing
election comparatively unimpor
tant. Yet it is just so for several
reasons. In the first place, it
could not possibly affect the ques
tion of annexation, which uuder
the coustitutiou cannot bo left in
any way an open one. Theu tho
election is only for tho lower
house of the Legislature, which
has no jurisdiction iu the ratifica
tion of an annexation or any other
treaty. These- facta disposo of
any significance the small regis
tration may have regarding an
nexation. As to intornal affairs,
the composition of the new House
of Reproauutalivos is really not a
subject of gieat concern. It will
act iu conjunction with an entire
ly hold-over Senato and, whilo its
influence may bo great upon le
gislation, it ciiiinut do anything
good, bud or indillVioiit without
the Senaio'b concurrence. '1 horo
Las been no agitation for any
public moauuro of consequence to
1m enacted by the next f. giwlaturo,
and thu people Rein-rally havo
taken nud do lake it for granted
us they nrw apt In aku things '
fur fcrniitml in thin Hoollilug I
ii,t ii,. i ii i ii hi !
ollmato-lh.t Him iiuxl Jlou.u will
lw mh flood hi I ho last, no niRl
U-.f li' r by whom lutl.
Thorn la a fino ItlU of oottloiita
!u thu Hawaiian Planters' Month-
ly for Anoint. "Information for
Immigrants," in tliu cilitorinl
pagca, !h h good tiling for answer
ing runny of tho letters thatpcoplo
liore are always gttting from
abroad. A thorough description
of the quadruplo effect lately built
at the Honolulu Iron Works will
jiicii rouiiiu iiiiHNT.
Admiral Miller Itceclve Member of
tln llHomnllc Corpa Today.
Much powder has been burned
in the harbor today. Part of it
was on accouut of the arrival of
tho Bennington and the rest in
saluting diplomats who paid offi
cial calls on Admiral Miller.
The Bennington fired 2l guns
on her arrival as a salute to the
Hawaiian Government and 13 for
Admiral Miller. Tho shoro bat
tery at the government building
answered the first and the Phila
delphia the second with the same
number of guns.
' At 10 o'clock Minister Sewall
paid his first official call on Ad
miral Miller and received a salute
of 15 guns on departing from the
vessel. At 11 o'clock Minister
Coopor called and was saluted
with 17 guns. Minister Shiraa
mura called nt noon and received
15 guns on his departure. At 2:15
Consul General Haywood present
ed his respects and was accorded
the salute due to his rank, 7 guns.
At 3 o'clock Mons. Vossion, tho
French Commissioner, was re
cehi"d by tho Admiral aud on his
departuro the guns of the flag
ship again gave forth a salute of
11 guns. .
"England"defeated tho "World"
at cricket on Saturday by C3 to
37 runs. Rev. V. H. Kitcat, who
carried his bat through for 27, and
H. L. Herbert, who made 11, did
tho business for the mother coun
try. Nobody was put out by tho
field on either side, the bowlers
doing all of that work, excepting
a run out aud two hit wickets.
The Mackintosh brothers and T.
Lishmau bowled for the "World,"
aud Hatfield aud Wausey for
Another Antiircllc i.xiirriltlmi.
London. August 7. Antarctic
expeditions are becoming thick.
In addition to the Belgian expe
dition nnd tho siggested British
oxpodiUon to the South 1'ole.
Professor Noumeyor, President of
tho German Antarctic committoo,
is organizing an expedition, con
sisting of two ships, with which
to penetrate to the meridian of
Koerguhin island. The cost of this
expedition is calculated to bo
Mcmidnl Iu Franc.
Paris, August 7. Lauterno says
there in n groat sou mini iu tho siir
roiiiidingH of ouo of the Cabinet
Ministers, rcullmg tlio scandal
iu 1887 growing out of the Halo of
decorations. The soaud.il will
shortly bo ventilated, throe anvsts
having already been mado on tho
chargo of selling decorations.
Milimiirliio -.( roj'er I.MHiu'linit.
Biltimoro, Aug. 7. Tho Plun
gor, a submarine boat designed
for tho United Stuteti Navy, was
successfully luunoliod at tho yards
ol tho Columbian lion Company
to day. Tlio uuiumonii's wore sim
ple, Consisting IIIUITiy Of tllU 0118-
tuiuary christening nud a few brief
Tlio United HtatoH geological
hiii voy has announced officially
that Kliiiidyku shall be spelled
will "K" niul "i, ami will hero.
"fl"r W '"' ",UIM nm! '"!"'"
Ihsiiimi by the survey iih "KIoii
,kHf., ?,,,,;, VxlmUw i0UI'H,
nls have ulruadv nlmijuoil lha
pullinn of lint wold iiiuiniiliiigly.
tugtisl 9, iS()7.
This week we want to call
the attention of the public to
the excellence of the
for which we are the sole
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The merits of these wind
mills are so well known that
their repetition would betire
some. It is sufficient to state
that the Aermotors will run
when all others are at a stand
still. They are self-regulating,
requiring no attention what
ever beyond an occasional
drop of "oil. There are more
Aermotors sold in the islands
than all other makes of wind
Among those who have re
cently purchased Aermotors of
us may be mentioned AUnister
Damon, who has one at Moana
lua; Minister Cooper one at his
new Manoa mansion; Paul
Isenberg is so well satisfied
with them that he has no less
than four at his yaialae place.
We can show an Aermotor
Windmill in actual operation
which pumps water 4000 feet
to an elevation of 190 feet.
There is no other that will do
this. We can furnish the Aer
motor with pumping mills or
geared to run machinery. These
latter will perform all the work
of a one to four horse power
In connection with these
windmills we supply Gould's
and Krpgh's triple acting
siphon and other pumps ana
patent water tanks ot 500,
1000, 2000, 3000, JOOO and
10,000 gallons capacity.
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
By ordor of tho Exocutors of tho
Estato of AD15LIA CORNWKLL,
deceased, I will sell at Public
Auction, on tho promises, Judd
On FRIDAY, Oct. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
That Valuable Propeity, known
Corn well Residence
And at present occupied by Mrs.
The real estate comprises about
1.7-100 acres of the finest residouco
property in Honolulu.
Tho grounds 1110 planted with a
vast variety of fruit, shade, palm
and other trees, and aro laid out
with fine carriago drives and walks
through tropical foliage. Ono of
the valley streams runs through
tho oustorn boundury of tho pro
perly. Tho main dwelling is a commo
dious two-story building, contain
ing largo dia wing room, spacious
dining-room, billiard room, bod
looiiis, etc., and has all modern
improvement". Tho house is sub
stantially limit .11 id tho rooms are
all well voiitilat'd. Suuitury plum
Cottages, Stables, Curriago
nouses and Out-houses on tho
The situation command" an un
surpassed view of tho Harbor, M10
main portion of the City aud tho
adjacent mountain scenery. This
is ouo of tho largest and finest
reHidoncoH that has boon ollored
nt public siilo iu Honolulu, and
iniiHl bu gold to cI'imi tin abovo
Immediately fo'.louinn tho sale of
the residence, I wil poll tho
ENTIRE HOUSEHOLD rJRNITURE
particular of which can be ob
tained at my ofllni'
I'llI'llHK OOIllllllipl.il lltf MIIClIlllH
inu, tho lloMidenuit ami JMiiuu, to
Inspect tho Hume, slmulil nm lie up.
iilloalioii at my olliiw, No, ll'l
ilAH. K. MOWJAN,
The Latest Model is reduced from
$100 to $85.
1 1 ...
The Pacific Cycle & Manufacturing Co.,
Sole -A2:ents for the Islands.
Do you know that 11 great
deal of ware is sold iu this
market under tho general term
indicated above but in which
there must bo a wide diverg
ence of quality. If cost counts
for anything, take buckets for
instuueo. A geuuino agato 4
qt Beamed Bucket costs you
50 cents at our storo. The
same size in Peerless ware
would roalizo the same per
centage of profit if sold for 30
conts. Tho moral is obvious.
We do not haudle tho cheap
grades iu enameled waro but
will Boll you tho best quality
known to tho trade as low as
the samo can houcstly be Bold.
Our eholvcs contain tho
most comploto stock of these
goods ever imported to this
market. Call aud inspect
227 and 220 Klinp: Streot.
Dealers in Stoves, Kitchen Utensils, Plumbers
Supplies and Sheet Metal.
Jobbing promptly attondod to.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd
Just to hand au invoice of tho Now liuprovod PLANTERS HOE.
HOLU) OAST.BTEELExtm stroug, Hyo and Dludo forged from
PLOWH -Breakers, Uoublo l-'urrow, Bubsoil, Rico.
JIOWK'H HUAMW Tin lit in tlio woild,
IUIUHII ICH I'aiuU, Oils and Varnishes,
WJRK UOOR MATH Windmill nnd Cistoni Rumps,
VIHUH, IMIMS (JUTI'IJIIH Norlon'n Jack Humwri, H nml II) loim,
VAUIM'AI OILH Another Involw ju. riMwIvitl.
. . . STILL LEADS
We have stocked a complete
assortment of these conveni
ent cauldron cookors for coal
or vfood. Useful for cooking
all manner of food for stock,
hentinp. water in quantities,
etc Size of cauldron from
lu to 05 gallons capacity.
Along with these wo have a
large lino Cook Stoves and
Ranges, Water-coils and Boil
ers which will bear inspec
tion. If in need of anything
in this lino, examino our stock
and got our prices bofore mak
ing your purchases.
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You Can Find
Some intprestiug items
for Gentlemen with in
teresting August prices
in Liiipn Crash, suitings
of all kinds and Gents'
VI n, I in
The Hotel St. Tailors,
telephone 041. V. O. Box
mSm lr" Si fh tZf A mO
PEIt S. S. AUSTRALIA."
1 F. J, Nolto, Proprietor.
Ifnumiit auvitu inoiiia with miitry,
ImlliriMini, ululilu ami nurvitut'a room,
allualml on tlia corner of I'unuliliowl
mill JklHunlu lru In, Apply to
J, IJ, rilliVAi
W-iw At I'.lili-H A (Jo,
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