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THE DAILY HERALD
IS PUBLISIIKI
EVERY MORNING
EXCEPT SUNDAYS
Fo tiik PKomirirrm nf thn l Pibi imiimiO
llillTPU
At tho OnlobNo CO Moiohtmt St
TKU3IS OF SVltSCUIITIOX
Per annum 600
Si montns 3
Tire months
Perraonlh sc
Pottage additional
kT Subterlpttoiit layabt in Attraiitr
Brief communications from all paits of the Kingdom
will always be acceptable
All mitten Intended for publication as well busl
ums ommunicatlons and advertisements should be
add ucd to
THK DAILY HERALD
WEDNESDAY SEPTEMR 22 1886
A RETREATING SALLY
Nothing but a backdown could have
been made by the Advertisir from the
awkward position where it placed itself
by its wild attack on this paper Its retreat
is however not a very graceful one
Our charge against the Government of
having wrongfully made away with the
special deposit to cover the difference
between silver and gold lemains un
answered and unanswerable That the
Legislature did not take cognizance of
the transaction be I ore the currency bill
came up ii not to the point Perhaps
none of the members took the time to
investigate the true nature of the item
in the Finance Ministers report show
ing that the 37000 or whatever the
exict amount was had been converted
inioalj eminent realization All the
smie the transaction was a flagrant
bieach 1 f mist as the money
liutl been placed in the treasury
as rwcurity to the holders of silver
certiticates Agin we have to deny
that we meant anything but what we
said in rchtion to this matter We
confessed and confess no ignorance
but acknowledged and do acknowledge
that we had forgotten the exact fig
ures The writer of the articles in the
Herald had part in the public discus
sions of the currency when that special
deposit was made and excepting the
exact details knew what he was writing
about in the issue of last Kritlay As
to the covering up of trucks on the
part of the Government it is only
necessary to say that had the Minister
of Foreign Affairs succeeded with his
proposed amendments instead of hav
ing been forced to capitulate by the
Opposition the results would have
been pretty much as we stated
T II I Tf
NOTES AND COMMENTS
loo hot for you to hold it ch
Thats why you dropped the Herald
neighbor
Mr Dillingham is doing a seivice
the value of which may be incalculable
to this country in endeavoring to push
new products on the attention of
tign consumer
A while ago the organ in its wisdom
deprecated so much work ging to
committees It is the work doneby
the committees however that enablts
the House in these closing days 10 ties
patch useful business that otherwise
would have to go by the board
li is really too good to hear people
dpreoate anything tqnding to prevent
the negotiation of the 2000000 loan
when the last thing those people want
is to have it negotiated as theie is a
prospect of it being with a new finan
cial king who will not know the Ha
waiian Josephs
The electric light project met with
sudden collapse yesterday so far as the
franchise to Mr Merger and associates
ii concerned It is rumored that a
Government scheme will burst on the
House in a few days Then it will be
seen just how far the Hawaiian Legis
lative Assembly is capable of being
trifled with Possibly the biler nviy
be badly bitten before the show is
over
The Appropriation Hill is nearly luiir
millions and it is not quite through
the Hjuse yet The items that have
swelled it several hundreds of thous
ands of dollars both above nrcessary
expenditures and above the revenue
are the very ones that will receive first
preference in administering the
finances There will be the same beg
ging of the more essential services the
same illegal methods of raising the
Wind
g
In SlavAty Diy
Dr James E King was telling sbmc
of lustearly experiences in the Soiith
last evening to some newspaper rrien
Early in the fifties he said I was
in Memphis Tenn when a fight took
place between a banker and a specu
lator who had been against each other
at the slave block for a beautiful slave
girldazzling white and lovely as a
dream yet a ncgress and the daughter
of a planter who had died intestate
and bankrupt She was about sixteen
years of age and might have stood as
a model for the Greek Slave Her
mistress tried to save her but her
means gave out and she was crying
because though the girl was her hus
bands illegitimate child she was her
companion and friend While she was
crying the row arose between the two
bidders One had a bowie knife and
the other a small hatchet which he had
picked up The way they cut and
slashed was something awful The
banker had the knife and he cut the
lace of his antagonist from the fore
head to the neck ripping out his left
eye while his opponents hatchet des
cended upon his brain and he was
laid out This over the crowd al
lowed the bodies to lie where they fell
and turned back to the sale A St
Louis man took up the bidding from
where the widow left it and raised her
500 He was understood to be the
agent of a rich personage who had
seen the girl and given orders to have
her secured at anv price Her mis
tress appealed to her friends in vain
for money when a Mississippi steamer
captain who had known her husband
came along and asked her what was
the trouble Hearing the cause of her
distress he bid 3000 for the girl and
pulling a pisiul half a yard long dared
the St Louis man to bid again on
peril of having his brain pan emptied
The other at once wilted and the mis
tress was made intensely happy by the
recovery of the girl The incident has
gone into many a play continued the
doctor but it s as true as gospel
Honry Wnttoraon on Eiiglantl
The warp and woof of English so
ciety is a sham Thackeray saw it out
of the clearest kind of cosmopolitan
eyes and even Dickens was not wholly
dead to it But while the purse holds
out it is resplendent indeed The
bull 111 the nifn makes good soldiers
The power of England is undeniable
The slave in the woman when she does
not elope makes excellent housewifery
The domestic fabric of England is re
spectable and orderly 13ut the church
the state and the home built upon a
complex feudal system depend upon
the poise md balance of classes in the
relation which now exists and which
with trfling incidents not seriously dis
lurbing the peisonal life of England
Mas existed since Magna Charts
Louisville Colour Journal
Odd nud End
A New Yqrk paper declares that
tne country must be more prosperous
this year than it was last year because
more people are getting married
A deacon of a Greenville Penn
church has a string of buttons half a
yard long They have been taken out
of the collections of the church during
the past lew years
There are nearly seven hundred
musicians in Philadelphia and not
one first class band Efforts of rousi
cians to organize have always failed
through lack ot public support
Tho Host Tonic
Mr Henry Billings Washington D C
writes I haveuscd jour Duties Pure Malt
1I3I ig lllllliWUUI JJUIUU919 l 1 IUI11C 1
consider it superior to the hundreds of concoC
tiotu which are now flooding the land as stinv
ulant liquors
BUSINESS ITEMS
Artist Materials Picture Frames and
Cornices made to order King llros Art Store
tioiei street
No hand book excels the Hawaiian Almanac
and Annual for reliable statistical and genera
Information relating lo these Islands lrice
50 cents
If oii stunt a good smoke for vour money
patronize home industry and tall at J w
Hingles Cnstul Soda Wotks 69 Hotel
street
What evervbodv needs ns llu nrpimil hi
fendl is Knnipthlrm rnbl nml rfricMm TIAA
J n1 I I 1 I 1 1 T
V Ml IUII Vf J PVHlll in lq
Elite Ice Cream Parlors 85 Hotel street
Keep our fancy cakes and candies in mind
They cant be beat
Iresh steam frozen pure and richest ice
cream every day No cream frozen oser the
second third or even fourth day Sold at the
Piontcr Steam Candy Factory Ilakeryaml lee
Cream Hocuns F Horn Proprietor Hotel
between lorl and Nuuanu streets Doth telej
pinnies 74
The largest Mock and greatest nrtety ol
home- manufactured Miictly pure Candies can
only Jie found at the- Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory llakery am Ice Cream Hooms No
71 Hotel street between Fort and Nuuanu
streets F Horn Proprietor Practical Con
feetioncr nnd Pastry Cook and Ornamcnter
Fresh home made Hawaiian Chocolate
Strawberry Vanilla and other Flavored Cara
mels alwnjs 011 hand guaranteed to be far
biipi rjot than any imported ami sold cheaper
at the above establishment than anywhere- else
Doth Telephones 74
DtihVs Ptiru Milt WliUL v K itni 1 11
catctl liiuur but a pure unadulterated whisky
for medicinal use free from fusel oil and all
noxious impurities and is prescribed by physi
flans It Is a intMHrlnp ft tr fh irr Ami fiUn
and a besLMiru for the million liprmiki Ir Icl
ausoiutciy pure
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Subscribe for The Daily Hkkaui
BH
fficiuwl StfJbcvUscmcnts
PEACE ASSURED
War Averted No Cutting of Prices
NO PUFFING OF INFERIOR GOODS
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I have received and now offer for sale the Finest Assortment of
Mens Youths and Boys
Custom Made Clothing lever offered to the Public
My Goods are Shrunk before Cutting
Everything in Gents Underwear viz Silk Lisle thread
Balbriggans Anglo India Gauze Cotton Jeans Muslin Etc
Ladies Misses and Childrens
Fine first class Hosiery in all Grades and Slrades from Silks to Cottons My Gentle
mens Hosiery are Simply Elegant A look at my real BALHRIGGANS is well worth a
visit to the store These goods are madefor niself and arethe only goodsof the kind sold here
Everything usually found in all well appointed Gentlemens Furnishing Goods Stores lire to
be found here No Puffing Is necessary as this establishment is well and favorably known
from Hawaii to Niihau
No Trouble to Show Goods
M McINERNY
M GOLDBERG
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets
JUST RECEIVED THE FINEST LINES 01
Custom ifle Clothing Gents Fiiii Ms
HATS CAPS ETC ETC
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckwear
Alio by repeated and Special Request a small Invoice ot the Fines Hand made
consequently
MOST DURABLE GENTS SHOES
Obtainable in the Eastern Markets
WOLFE CO
No 66 HOTEL STREET
Groceries Provisions and Feed
A full supply of choice goods always on hand Fresh California produce
by every steamer All orders faithfully attended to and goods delivered free
of charge Island orders solicited Satisfaction guaranteed
P O Box no Bell Telephone No 349 Mutual No 149
NOW LANDING
Ex J D Spreckels and WG Irwin
5150
PACKAGES GRAIN
P 0 Box 315
UNION FEED CO
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H E McXOTYllE BUG
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
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Groceries Provisions and Feed
Kant Corunr tFort unil Ivinu Htrentw
New uooiU receded ly packet from the
PrcHuco every Eastern States and Eurone Fl rll
forma stUer
by every All t
lrers faithfully attended t anI eiverel
ESTABLISHED 1879
Telephone 171
JOS E WISEMAN
General Business Agent
CAMPBELL BLOCK HONOLULU H I
Real Bitate
Ajrent cuttom Ifn rt
employment Akeut Mn nCT
Pgrjffl AEet - - opera Hoe
mer ca
PlreanU Life Insurance Aijent
No tit Fori Street
Importers and Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries
nay turn urain Jitc
IOE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY
rVOVax 297 Telephone both Companies 240
Mthia
Scncnil JtfmtfiiocinimtD
This Space Reserved
FOR-
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The Central Cigar Stand
Campbells Blocki Merchant Street
F MILDER - - - Proprietor
Hell Telephone 172 Mutual Telephone 375
Gentlemen will find the Central always stocked with the
choicest Havana and Domestic Cigars and Tobrrcos Fresh
importations by every steamer
The Finest Manilla Cigars In the Mt it mi VfanJ
Island orders Carefully attended 10 Gimjiw ni1
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LOOK OUT FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT
GHAS FISH EL
Will appear shortly Too busy wilh clearing out sale to
1 write anything now
LAINE CO
No 34 Fort St Clock Building
HvemId a c0nnmtnl of th mou Economical
and Valuable
Feed for all lid of u
COOKED LINSEED MEAL
It U tle frwte1 Hch lormer Milk and Iluitcr producer m UM
mijUu HW uAu luSuIS it rfitaiu f vr Al our VmM
Hay ftt WWt t5oru Etc Etc
Which hog helotMaHittc
ddwj
f pnr of he Ay
B B THOMAS
Contractor Buildor
nKhSS 0cra n ui ifi terwrwTS0 SIT
the
the
oltce
Brick Work in all its Branches
ie h K corner Queen and Alakea Streeik
Mutual Telephone Ho 33
OPENINGOFNEWGOODS
AND AT-
VERY LOW PlllCES
Al -
SJL EHLEBS CO
F C01R11RM
iidhg iKillg StreM mar Muumte
IMPORTER AND DEALER
N HAY AND GRAIN
Cloud delivered
promptly Muluul11 1
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