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ff SATURDAY, JULY 21, 18M.
The Fourth At Konala
I should like to nay a fow words in
regard to the article on tueitnoi
For legislative railroading the
Republic of Hawaii should take the
modal. The act to authorize mem
bers of boards of registration, etc.,
to administer oaths took exactly six
minutes from its introduction to
final passage. This slapdash action
was necessitated by the folly of put
ting ordinary legislation that relat
ing to registration of roters into
the fundamental law. Delegate
Abies objected tn the Insertion of
this law in the Constitution, but his
objection was blindly Ignored. Now
the Government has already found
its hands so tied up by the enact
ment that it must needs rush sup
plementary laws into force with hot
&'dWftilao Hardware Co.. L'A
An old correspondent of the Bcl
lrin on Maui draws attention, in a
note to the editor, to the fact record
ed in Fornander'a History that iu
July, 1794, the British vessels Jackal
and Prince Leboo entered the har
bor of Honolulu, being the first for
eign arrivals of shipping. He sug
gests that this interesting centennial
anniversary should be celebrated
with nautical sports, display of flags,
fireworks, etc. The suggestion is a
worthy one and next Saturday ought
to be a good day for commemoration
of the important event. We would
refer the matter to the Chamber of
Commerce. If that body only take
the initiative, they can probably de
pend on the "boys" to do the rest.
printed in the Advertiser of
July 12th. Thero was very little
enthusiasm felt throughout the dis
trict, for thero are only a vory few
Auiuricaus iu the district; but there
are a great many who are uot Am
ericans but c&ll themselves so, anil
they were the ones who were the
most enthusiastic. True, there were
tears shed on that day by native wo-
-... t nw I tin W am. . 11 It tt.lt fat
lUOUl Ullb 1UI -.llfj AV7JULJtllJ UI.V lUt
the loss of their Quceu. The Re
public was cheered by a few white
men aud the police of Kohala. fol
lowed by a lot of ignorant Portu
guese and Japs, who thought it a
creat jokb to clap and mako noise
like the others without knowing
what it was for.
I uever know that it was part of a
minister's orofession to take part in
politics; I think it would he better
if ho attended more to his parish
and the prevention of cruelty to
animals, not only abroad but at
home. We hope that the author of
the article on the 4th will in the
future confine himself more to the
truth, and uot have printed his own
feelings and sentiments for those of
the public. Resident.
QTJXTX A DimCRKNOX
It will lie remembered that
January last the Provisional Gov
ernment attempted to mako politi
cal capital in the United Stales, as
well as to stir up tho fooling of its
supporters hero, by charging that
Secretary Grosham decliuod to giro
Minister Thurston in Washington
definite assurances that the United
States did uot intend to use force
for the restoration of tho Queen.
President Dole, in a letter to Minis
ter Willis, quoted Mr. Gresbam on
the authority of Mr. Thurston as
saying to tho latter: "As to your
second question, as to whether force
is to be used by the United States
to restore the Queen, all that I am
at liberty to state is that Mr. Willis
has no instructions to do anything
which will cause injury to life or
property of anyone on the islands.
Further than this I am notatliborty
to state what his instructions are."
In the correspondence laid before
Congress by the President, Mr.
Gresham, in a lotter to Minister
Willis, gives his version of the inter
view with Mr. Thurston. He says
that Immediately after the inter
view he dictated to a stenographer
a statement, which he quotes iu full.
In this statement appears the fol
lowing sentence: "The Minister
called at the appoiutod hour, aud
the Secretary informed him that tho
letter addressed to the President
was authentic, and that no action had
or uould be taken by our Mint iter, Mr,
Willi, which would imperii the livri
or property of the officer or $upporteri
of the I'rovittonul Governnent, and
that if they ivffrred in any uay it
would 6: in coiiirquence of their own
acti or attituiU." Addressing Mr.
Willis, Mr. Gresham says: "I an
swered the second question in the
underscored language italics above
from a slip of paper which lay on
my table in plain view before me. 1
did not say in either interview that
1 was not at liberty to auswer either
question." Evidently Mr. Thurston
is not quite exact enough in the
use of language for high diplomatic
Ask Tour Friend
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what thoy thiuk of it, and tho mplien
will be positive in its favor. Simply
what Hood's Snrnaparilla does, that
tells tho story of its merit. One has
Was the Oame Boldr
The Crescents charge that Wood
sold the game. Suppose ho did.
There are very fow who would be
lieve Wood on oath. Tho fact of
this selling should not have pro
vented the other members of tho
team from playing a littlo better
than they did, more especially the
first base man, who dropped ball
aftor ball. The fact of the matter
is the Kamobameha beat thorn so
badly anil their playiug was so much
bettor, that as an excuse Wood
blames himself for selling. I would
like Wood to now tell who told him
to say be sold the game. The Cres
cents wero defeatod once before with
Wood as pitcher, by tho Katneha
mohas. Why could thoy not bo
Honolulu, July 20, 18DI.
J. W. Chapman caters for Ban
uuls. Socials, Private Dinner Par
es, Wedding or uaruon ramus,
etc. Ho will bo pleased to call upon
auv ladies or eeutlemon who will
kindly address him through the
Hot. Ht., tinder Arlington Hot),
Latest Pattern in Suitings
KerelTed by Kvrry Bieamer.
PERFECT FIT OR NO SALE.
Saturday Afternoon. July 21st.
JL.T 3JO O'OXtOOZ
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Loans
been cured of indigestion ordyspen
for sick headache or biliousness,
sia, another finds il iudUpeusable
while others report remarkable cures
uf scrofula, catarrh, rheumatism,
salt rheum, etc
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
NOTICE 18 HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
sll Hills of three or morn month old,
At Smith's Bus and Livkky
Stable, Kino Stkkkt,
IAiiJoIuIok Metropolitan Meat Market.l
U the Cheapest I'lace In Town yon r
e-t Hum, WxRonettes, HuRKles a
Hsildle Hordes. It will pav yon to c
and see before you
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
Hotght, 1B.3. Wslgkt, 1,300.
due the undersigned, If nut paid hy Aug.
attorney fur collectl m.
I, IMM, will be placfd In the bands of an
XUCOTIOW OF OFFIOEHB.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Uuarii or Kibr U.niiirwritkbh,
the following McmrMTNof tho Hoard were
reelected to nerve as OHloer for tlie cunn
Mr. F. A. Schaefer
Mr J.1I. I'uty
Mr. C.O.IIerger. .
. . 1'residotit
Acting Beuretary and Treasurer.
Honolulu, July ID, ife'JI
Good Buiinesi For Sale
Good Knson for Selling
. For particulars, address
r O. Itox W.
fiK.'clnlly aulentt'd (or this Country.
1AIIT1EKU0NTKMII,A 1 1 NO ENOAG.
. lug the Hurvlcu.of uniiilllnii.iuiiM not
full to exuiulue thin beautiful animal. Fur
Individuality lie his no n-r In these Inl
ands. Ida hire, color, uuuloriiiailou, ills.
witlou, line breeding mid superb trotting
qualities pluvo hint in thn foremost ranks.
HW Payable at time ol rvlc. He
turn privileges KMiHe!. Information fur
nished, apply to
A. It. KOWAT. I). V. B.,
Veterinary Infirmary, 'Art Kluar at , Hono
Saturday, July U M4
Some weeks since we made
a few remarks on the subject
of Coxeyism and mentioned
incidentally that massing of
the unemployed at Washing
ton might lead to a conflict.
We are free to admit that we
were wrong in our prophecy.
But a strife more bitter and
with stronger grounds has
taken place instead. When
the "Australia" left San Fran
cisco what little business re
mained from the upsetting of
the tat iff in the United States
was lying dormant and capital
on one side and labor on the
other were on the verge ol a
civil war. The small farmers
who depend upon the railroads
for transporting their products
were facing poverty through
the loss of their ripening crops
and discontent reigned every
where. It seems that the gov
ernment must assert itself and
let the world see, that as a
nation it is capable of handling
successfully any difficulty which
may arise. The men compos
ing the American Railway
Union are believed to be above
the plane of the anarchists and
consequently not responsible
for lawless acts that have taken
place in Chicago. True enough,
the sympathies of the people
are with the wage workers when
their claims are just as in the
present instance, but should it
be proven that the outrages
arc being committed by the
railroad men the feeling will
change. We do not mean
that the sympathy ol the pro- nroK-
.. " - J"
pic will go to the side or the
monopolist but that it will be
withdrawn from the men. It
rarely happens that these labor
difficulties end favorably to the
bread winner; when the matter
is left to arbitrators the result
is usually a compromise and
the increase if there is any is
so small that it docs not com
pensate for the time lost in
bickering. The result of the
present strike is mere guess
work; the hope of the conser
vative set is toward arbitra
tion but the magnates say
they have nothing to arbitrate;
it is the wish of everyone that
the end will be reached with
out further loss of life or pro
perty. Wc feel thankful, and a
number of others in Honolulu
should join with us in a praise
service, that the strike occurred
after our stock of Enamel Bath
Tubs had left San Francisco.
Had the shipment been delayed
at the factory it is quite likely
that some of our customers
would be bathing in a soap
dish instead of a porcelain
lined tub. We have never
said much about it but we
have, in addition to the arti
cles we have mentioned on
several occasions, Porcelain
Lined Laundry Tubs, adinir
ably adapted to people who
believe iu having clean clothes.
They are identical in quality
with the bath tubs and it is im
possible for dirt from the wash
ed clothes to stick to the tubs
We have a very complete as
sortment of these enamelled
goods selected especially for
this trade; if you are interested
we would be pleased to show
you the articles,
Another, and inexhaustible,
supply of the Ciauss Bread
Knives reached us on the
"Australia," It has been a
hard matter for us to keep up
with the demand for this knife,
but this time we think we have
a start If you want a knife
that will cut warm bread with
out making it heavy, if you
want a knife that will cut
through the icing on a cake
without leaving a lot ot crumbs,
you will buy a Ciauss. And if
you want a sewing machine
that will make two distinct
stitches by the simple move
ment of a thumb screw you
will get the "Wortheim," the
only machine in the world that
will do it, and we are selling
them at a lower price than you
pay for a machine that hews
Cut Prices !
ALL CUT PRICES MET
Benson, Smith A Co.'s,
Oomer Fort So Hotel Sta.
HOLLISTER DROG COS
YOU O.A.lSr BUY
Not Limited to One Package Either, Get Ml Yon Want,
From large and varied ntock the undersigned would
particular attention to the following :
C'OtupriHing California Hay, Barley, Rolled
Middling, Oata, Corn.
tn addition to our UHtinl stock of these we are now
currying Washington uran, uuts and itouca Hurley.
These are each nossesHed of strong feeding properties and
ure well worth a trial by all interested hi stock.
Calif eraiai u4
Royal and "Cleveland " Baking Powders!
ORDWAY & PORTER
Kobinsoo Block, Hotel St., bet. Fort k Hauano.
Ma t- ! in .u i iMrt inr
T. Aft, Ilk. Mll IMIV.
LlTeriMiol Vuinw likin
RnRllth Itolry ' !
I! AM HM'ON, VHKKSH
DarraU Mil Half Mar.
"Hlorifltr," Prla?r' in oil ami ,ir.
4 chilli vartrtji if iwtliiir ih,ihi
We have Just Received from San FraucUeo per Barkeutine
"Planter" the Largest AsKortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this conn
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
Id Solid Oak and ol the Very Lateit DeilKiia. Ali.
DINING-ROOM FURNITURE !
Krtrnftlou Tablet all clrcn with Clifilr and UldchoanU to luatab
We hare a complete utock ol these guoda.
We have Miami In
invalid onrrreil with I'ortlrra an the latent thlngo'it,
con tit I cm variety.
J T la
ik BlMckwttU'a Kngllah Orouria,
LIMiy, MtNU Ubb'a Oitnawl mu.
Rictaardaoa tk Bobbin's OaumxJ
Hla, Tabla aiut I'nm
7X nd IS lb iu.
A targe vani
Kerosene "Alolia" & "Star" Kerosene
LAHOK 6TUOKS OF
Plaiiiiiiino Supplies, flarfcre, Dry Goods,
M.W4YH UN HA.N0
Theo. H. Davies & Co., LU
Kwong SingLoy SING LOY,
WICKER WARE I
Wa hae taiUlf(il Jeilftn ol thtM good, ootilntlnir of Hofai, Chain, Booker Eta.
KUt. "Vou can get theite ods In any nnlth jroa dealr.
I'arlai Mbatra, DIiiimk rxuu t'hnlu, Jlxtokina; Chalra Olrtne Chair (ipholtterMi iibalra,
UlKh Chain, Ktc., ftn.
Cribs and Cradles I
law auMirtuient uf Wotoii Wlrn MnttrrMii-y, Rprlns, Hair, Mom, Wool and btrai
W; KtOK il, "Tbouii Block."
HUtDai Ttilh m
91-93 Hug 1i Kir linmlHi n
P. 0. boi 207.jlDtQal Telb. 68ft V. 0. Box 207.
CliiuoKO, .lHjians mill Iiuli-.m U.muIh!
Indian SilkH, Lucca and 1niuiis,
lupiuiUMc CrupcB, GhincHe Matting,
Silk IIundkcichicfH, SIiuwIb und Scurf h,
Giuhh Cloth, ltnttun Chuiin, Etc., Etc.
rA Coini.lete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Cnmpt'ttMit Cultt'iH mid a complete line of EngliHii and
American Suiting. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAHHMKCKH, MNKNH, LAWNH, MPHt.INH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JOflT OUT
Trmikri, ViiliHca, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Ktu.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
treinee on hand and made to order.
LIVKUKKHK CKATHKK8 AND8II.K KI.OSH FOR lMULOWR.
WINDOW 6IIADKH IN Al.l. CO 1.0 KB AND HI .KB,
t'OHNlCK I'OI.KB IN WOOD OH BUABBTiUMMINQIl
Wm L8ip!i i Dpliolsisrsil - tailore
KKl'AllthD A I RI.ABONAHI-K KATWJ.
Cabinet Making i- Branches by Competent Workmei
Vm We mako a iiclal featnre of INTKltlOK DKUOUATINQ. Tbia Deartuiaiit
It muter the rwrwrial biiiwrfUlon ol Ma. Oauaa Oipwt.
All our Uuoda are timv-clata and Irom tho very
uer tlm moil akeptlrul.
Uteat Dealicna. A r)(t will
Oar Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
Bell 525 TELEPHONES Mutual 6 16
Hawaiian lirtware Ca., Mi
OpptMita lipreokalt1 Hlwl
i rRT STHMKT.
WIELAND EXTRA - PALE
Lager Beer !
2 SCHOONERS FOR 25 GENTS
Fine House and Lot
FOR 3 A.LE3.
riMIK UNDKIIBid'Nril) OKKKUB KOH
JL iale tlmt Kill" il"iuehteai on lite
maiika i-Ule of llrrrtan'n tret, Hxi Ifet
eut uf riinmii'ii'ii atrurt Tlio Uit has a
Irunt ol Hki fi-Kt iml a ilcptli ot lt:i dut A
(IiiihI DwellhiK lloile in imhI ri'iiilri win.
lulim I'ailnr, Dliiliir.rixMii Kllrliun, I'mi
try, llfilrmiiii, llah ml Water l)loi ami
an olHi'eun tliu l.iwvr Hour 'tli KourUu nl
lli'ilriMiiiiM mi fw oml lI'Mir Tlieru U a mili
ktantlnl IUiii. cutilalniiiK Two blalU, room
fr to carrligfii, Wixxl hhed and Her
yinitu' Itouni, a HerranU' W C. and Two
(lootl (;-iiooli. Fiutlur irtleulara nl
W. H. Cattle, or ol
I0M if N. V. WUKQKN8.
Another victory for
the "Cleveland." W.
Wilder ncoops it in at
ICahului, Maui, on
the 4th July.
Speed, Beauty, Liyht
new and Slrr.mjlh..
This i a
H E WALKER,
Annul, Honolulu 11. I
tho Circuit Court of the Firat
Circuit, Hawaiian XaUnda.
OO TO THV. ANOUOIl BALOON.
lux up Willi
Im A lit Imr Hiiloiiu. i kiMiu.
ll t !' tlnim At tint Anulinr i'mi
tun "will nuri')ii' with on llyniur i otk-
uiii mm wumi ii unwii wiiii u Mi'icrli!k
lierK Itiur O) Ur t'ouktuIN a iHniiiltr,
IN THK MATTKIt OF TUB KBTATE
ol I'1 H l'UA'IT. ilii-eaned intestate.
I On remliiiK and IIIIuk the Petition of
lizalicili Kekuanluu l'rutt, administratrix
, of the Kiituteof V. B. 1'rittt, dereaied in
tvitntu, lira) fntr for un order of aale ol cer
tain rrnf csialii heloiigini; to ald decedent,
Im iik the prriulees at Walkikl, Huoolulu,
i Odliu, dfH'rllied iu dcod fiom E. H, Allen
: tn l H, l'ratt, recorded In Hook 37, pnuea
HI and 2X., und deed from II. alien to F. S.
I'rull ri'uurili-d In Hook HI, paxes Vttl and
I '-"A and kutlliiK forth cirlain lexul rcaaoiu
I why hiicIi real rstnio should he bold, to-wlt:
1 Thai the persona property of said Kstato
' Is not xiifiiclent to pav the dehts thereof.
I It Is litri-liy ordured, that heirs ol the
i mild dceeiluut, and nil jutsoiis interested In
thuhitld I'Htate, iipprur bufon this Court ou
I MONDAY, the Tenth day of September.
A. D. Iblil.ut 10 n'elouk a. m.. at tho t'onrt
Itoom of this Court, iu Honolulu, then and
tliuru to allow eniuo why an order hould
not he granted fur the sale of such estate.
Duteil Honolulu, 11. 1., July 0, U'JI.
liy tho Court:
Clerk Circuit Court First Clrculu
Estate ot Joseph J. Lovejoy, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ri'llH USHKI'HIONKI). HAVING I'.KEN
1 duly uoH'liit"d Kxeuul ix and Kxcru.
tr ol tliu Hlmve IC-IuIh, hereby notify all
cnilltiiiH tliLTi'of to prrienl their cltiiiis,
duly iiiitlieiitlciiti'il and with iho pror
voiii'lnr, ll any uxlit, even if the claim Is
H'imiiciI I iv iiinriKupo ntmn real estate, to
Ihfin within hlx nioiiiliK froui date liereol,
in ihenilii-iMif l.ovi'Joy A' Co.. No. In, Nuu
nun sir. i't. Ilonoliilu, ir ul,l I'Ulim lll
I in lori'Vi r hatred, mid ull hiisous Indebted
tu hiiM Kstnle are untitled to make Inline
illutii piviiii'iit nl said last named plaue.
DjIiiI Ilonoliilu. July 7, le'M
Kxrctitrlx and Kxecutor ol the Estate of
Jnteph II. UiviMoy, iltceastd.