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V. R. FAKHINOfON Editor
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FU1DAY, SEl'T. 2, 181)8
Qn-ry I tlio Ex-cutiv build
io Hiul iniiiury cquipmout the
property of the Uuitpd States or
the Republic i-f tttwaii?
If 8cftttlodi03n'thaTO n Bharo of
tho shipping from tlio country, it
will not be because tlio nierchautc
tboro do not send out eteumetH
Grent enro should bo token by
the oflicials at Wusbiogton that
(lie officers of tbe Republic of Ha
waii do not "run them out of
An nblo. nrtii'lo has recently
appeared, do-xTibing tbo govoru
rneut of ttio District of Columbia.
L'hut govorninout is dorootiB'rutid
to bo on tbo moDiucbicul p'liii
with the, Presidotit fti king. It it
1 notorious foot that tbo Diet id
aovernmen was deviled to pet
over tbo tifcro vote. Hnvo the
people, of tho-o islands been re.
I ned from the thrall of one
monarchy only t como uuder the
yoke of another? And is the
liriuht hope of AmericHn citizou
ship, hold out to thetn those fivi
years, to bo wippd out aud re
placed with tho fact of limp
vafmlflRe? Thoro is a league i .
Washiugton today having the
object of procuring the rights of
freemen for tho residents of the
District of Columbia. Surely the
peoplo of Hawaii aro not dnomoH
to pasi an iudefinito period under
tbo American ling in an notation
for tlio glorious lights of Amoric
Hu F iu ci c 1, Aug. 22. 'I he
UiPteM St tmiMp'tt stfaiii!
CJity of Poking, ouo of tho lirt
tru sp ris to leave tbiB eily foi
Philippines, arrived on tbo return
ed trip bit tliii af eruoou. tihe
1 -ft Guv te n Jul) 3tt. bl o brouijlit
with Iiim fif-iou enlisted men of
tlio Uuited StHteB squnil 01. She
biingit no iifWB ot iiupuitiiuco nut
ulrtwly i ublir-licd.
Klvctloii of Olllcra.
At a tm oti iiu of the stockholders
of tlio tli'tiolulu Rnpid iranrii
and Lh ml Co, Lb I., held yetitfr
diy. tbe following oll'icera to srv
during tbo encuing year, were
eleuteii: Li A iuttiBtin, pn 81(10 ti
Jn 13 Caotle, viou pre sill -u; J A
Oilmiin, ncrt ry; J li lusher,
irensurer: J A li.enneay, nuaiior;
J A McCandless, T I? Lansiug, U
S JJerky, dinctors.
At tbu meeiiuc, tlio company s
charter was accepted und tho by
HHOW T1IK CAUDS.
Honolulu now has all tho Wall
street fixtures except tbo beautiful
Trinity chimes. Tbo military head
quarter's bell might bo moved
down town as n starter.
When Tacoma merchants pro
mise a local steamship lino with
tho Arizona ns a typo of tbe
toimors uped. Honolulu will
Login to look up. But tbo steamer
is not promised yet.
With prospective Secretary Hay
omiug iuto his now duties direc
from British associations, it does
eom roasounblo that tho Anglo
Amoricau combination is becom
ing something rnoro than indiffer
Henry M. Stanley writes a Chicn
gi friend that the paoplo bettor slop
andtbiukn whilo befor mak'n
a defiuito alliance with Uro.u
Britain. Heuiy shows not a little
giod sensd iu his forecast of
A London despatch 6tates tbfii
the American firees found $8' 0
In tbo !trenury ot Manila. Th.
J3piuish ovideutly iutotd to make
osaurnuce doubly euro that th"
TJnitod States hIiuII not reap u
Cash war inlemnity.
Oflicers of tho American troops
thero are hot on tho trail of tho
marauders Col. Barber on his
arrival here informed his regimeut
flint noy man failing to respect
private' properly in this city would
be dealt with according to tho
most strict military discipline
Should the religious people of
tho ci'y tti i noon day prayer
tneetiogs down town it would bo
dubbed ultra-missionary. Yet bud
Now York city Gnds good patron
ago in business routers for such
religious woik. Of course it U
true that New Yorkers noed it
rnoro thnn Honolulu citizens.
Iho Army and Navy Journal
enya tint the groat and only hero
of tbo late war is Ensign Curtin
This oflieor after landing nt tho
Poit of Ponce font his ultimatum
to the Spanish commander nt
Ponce by Ul-pboue! This iB tho
rno6t up to date method of scour
ing a surrendor of armed forces
tbnt is oq word.
Tho Only Ones iu urging their
followers not to put confi lenco in
what was publi-hed by the even
ing (moors regarding tho future
Rovorniiioot, wind up with the
etHtoraont: "Tin's ii f imply nn
opinion in the in iitor." This !
is vorv apt'y put iu. Tho rnoo
mont for liboinl govoruniPiit doec
Hi 'emu to tnke well iu th
Whilo the Commission now sit
ting will do just as it pleases, wo
fail to seo tbe nocebsity of execu
tive sessions when that body is
dealing with matters of a purely
local nnture. Tho report and all
tho details thereof will bo fully
and completely nircd whon Con
gress meets. Then tho Hawaiian
people can got up on their hind
logs and how, if tho arrangement
of affairs is not to their liking, but
that is about all thoy can do. At
tho present time tho popular know
led go of on whut lino tho Commia
siou is driving has to bo obtaiued
from Washiugton, by whatever
indirect system thecitizous hero
may havo through personal frionds
The Commission nsks tho peo
plo of tho country their opinions
the peoplo iu turn ask: "On
what pysteni of govornmont are
you at work?" Not until tho
hearing bus progressed some
w-'eks is it mado known that
'nothing towards Statohood" is to
bo recognized. This key note was
sounded before tho Commie
siouors left Washington. What
harm could bo accomplished had
tho local pooplo known it iu the
ii-Bt place? Tho public would
liko tj know what haim can bo
lone tho American peoplo by the
Cimmistion laying boforo tho
public oyc nuy other curds they
may havo up their sloeves.
IIIl io MI
Tiro Woll.knotrn Yi'inR Pnopla Happily
In St. Andrew's Cathedral at 8
o'clock Inst eveuiag, Mis St. Clair
Franka NickoUou was married to
Olaf Lauritz Sorouson, R?v. Alex.
Mackintosh porforming the core
mony according to tho ritual of
the Amoricau Episcopal Church.
Tho choir of St. Andrew's Bang
"How Welcomo was the Call" as
(he biidal party marched up the
aislo and during tho coremouy Do
Kovon's "Oh Promise Mo" was
played on tho organ by Wray
Tho brido was given away by
her cousin, Deputy Sheriff Omsted
of Waimen, Kauai. Miss Kulu
uiatm Ward wmb maid-of- honor
and Miss Helou Sorensnn and
MUs Super wore bmbsmaids. V
Aruihtroim was best man and
Arthur Wall nud Norm.io Hal--tead,
groomsmen Tlio m-hern
er Cihns. Weight and Arihui
The o romony nvrr, tbo party
marched out of the calhf dtal with
the Lhoiurm W.dding March
pealing forth on tl e cigan. From
i lie church, thnbubtl parly and a
'limber of invited uiies.s went t
tho homo of Mrs. Ashf ml on Ho -etntrn
s'reet, where a recoption
Mi. and Mrs. Horonson left for
i lion yinoon tr'p to Khiinaloikai.
M lokni. on t ie Kimin t Imh morn
leg. Tluy will return in a week
o to (jo to li'UH' k'epiuL in
" ir novvbimo on Wilder Ao
Thing to know is that wo ore
gas and electrical engineers aud
that wo aro hero for business. We
install completo gns and olectrio
plants with all tbo fixtures, etc.,
roady to run.
Wo handlo all kindB of ELEO
TRIOAL GOODS, gas and oleo
Wo aro also solo agents for tbe
Columbia Phonoaraph Co., and
American Battory Co. "makers of
tho best storugo butloriee in the
Wo hove already installed tho
following Accytclenc gns plants
completo with all fixtuies which
are giving ontiro satisfaction.
Government Light Home in har
bor, Hawaiian Tramways Co , Mr
W. Hilts' residence, Oahu Hail
way and Land Co., aud tho new
residoneo of Hon. C. W. Macfar-
lane at tbo Poninsuln.
Tho light is absolutely reliable
and will not go out as long as any
gus remains iu tho genorator.
Tho cost baspd on candlo power
is from to J as cheap as electric
liyhts at the present rales.
Several of tho plauts alroady
installed aro equipped with elec
tric gas lighting burners which
make the uso of gas as convenient
as electric lights at about one-hal
the. cost. A plant placed in your
house makes you impendent of
Our generator has recoived tho
unqualified approval of Iho Hono
lulu Hoard of Underwriters which
does away with any increased rate
of insurance. Cull in uudtxamino
goods nud got our puces. We
want only a lair profit.
Remember thot oil our work,
big or little is absolutely guaran
teed and wo replace and repair all
material and labor which is de
ftctiva within six months. Givo
us a trial older.
Oceanic Gas aiiQ Eluctric Co.
M M. Kohn, Munagor.
Now Going On!
During the alterations we are offering
ilUlr 11 IioniM-,
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
Ono dollar spent with us hns tlio sanio purchasing
power sis ono jind a half dollars
SPECIAL SALE OF BEDSPREADS!
still goes on.
Special Sale of Curtains
Still goes on !
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
fc The Feople'B Providers. 2
fc FORT STREET. 3
THIS WEEK WE DISPLAY
Table Cutlery and Plated Ware
Tlio lilgli quality of tlio poods anil the
low prices will plcaw you.
Uy tlio way, do you havo troublo with
Do you break many? ,
Try our now OIL. FINISHED FLTNT
CHIMNEYS. Thoy will cost you no
rnoro than tho common article
Wo havo J list npenod n now lot of
TAHI.K CUTLKHY and SILVEH
PLATED WAltE. Call In and Inspect.
Wo havo mado a now Hchodiilo of
prleos In this lino as well as In many
othorH. SII.VEK PLATED TEA
SPOONS, good quality, wo aro now
soiling for ?2.85 por ilozon. Kormor
All othor articles In proportion.
You can gtl the most and the Lett for
the least at
The People's Store,
EXTRA RED, WHITE
AND BLUE !
AMERICAN SHIELDS !
Silk Plugs !
Rod.Whito and Bluo Badges!
Plug Buttons and
Everything in tlio way of
The 6)lden Rule Bazaar
316 Fort Street.
BATUIIDAY, Bcptemlicr 17, 1808,
belli).' an Hawaiian National Holiday,
i nil Government Olllee.4 through. ait
tho Islaudu will bo closed on that day.
.1. A. KINO,
Minister of tho li terlor.
Interior Olllee, Aug. IU, 1893.
Notice to Taxpayers.
AI.EXANDEIt D. THOMPSON Iuim
thla day boon appotntod Doputv Akros
i-or fur tlio Ibliiud of O.ilin, lto Willlum
II. Wright, i Oklguod.
AnOfHor lnt Division,
Apprnvod: S. M. Damon,
Minister of FIn.uicc.
Honolulu, Aug. ai,18ns.
Il's a Tough Job to Gel
through tho toes and
hoots of our sox.
Double thick at points of attack
and not a ront oxtra to iy.
Wo thought of you and how
thoso hot days would treat you.
That's why wo can now clotho
you In gannonts next to nothing
and llttlo rnoro In prleo.
Wo aro now ready to ontortalu
your dollars in our big doublo
Hlorotwharo wo havo on display
tho largest stock of
and furnishings ovor shown
In this city.
9 Hotel Street
AfrentB for Dr. Dplmel'a Linen-Meal
Underwear. Seud for Catalogue.
We Make Shirts to Order.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the Oahu
Lumber & Ilulldlng Co. Ltd., held on
Augu-t 20, 1893, tho fil owing (Hilcers
ueru elected fur tho ensuing yuir:
Leeeliu, Preahlent and Slauairer:
Lou Uhlt Sam, Vlcu President; T. J.
Klin:, TreiiHiirer; IJiw Hoy, Secretary.
DiitKOTOits T. Along, W. Hing
CIhiw, Yeu Jne Kan.
Aui)iTi)H8-C. Wul Hong and Y
, , Secretary.
Honolulu, Aug. 20, 180S. KHKI-St.
DIt. .1. II. HAYMuND gives notlco
tlmt ho lias resnnind IiIh pimtlco, with
illlco on Iterotania stro"t, near ICinnm,
mil Iiiih eli.ingod IiIh i llic3 Iioiii-h, iih fol
oh: iimiii to l i !iiu a. in., i -nil i. -mi
1001 at and 7:1)0 to 8:00 p, in. 1000-Ini
.. ..And you will And tho best plaeo to
For the Daily
r " r '
ri cTlie (Exatmuct; rsi
,r $& 'cts' """ "" -it
Ih at tho only
of tho UlgThrco
San Francisco Daily Papors.
ONLY $1 A MONTH.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Tlio undersigned propose Erecting
a modern store und otlloo building on
the hastorly corner of King and Ala
keu streets, and Invite tlio ottentloii
of persons desiring stores or olllois in
tho proposed building lo sketch plans
now ou view at their olllcb wliero
further particulars may bo obtained.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Honolulu, August SO, 1808. 1003-lni
IIOTr.I.ST., NIIAIl NUIIANU.
John H. Lam. proprietor
V rtili li the uniy oii.m.ihk Gallery In the city.
Dr v m anJ ny yuur injrkiinanhlp.