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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, SEPTEMBER 1, 1892.
LOTTERY SCHEME. RACING
Oily Bill With Death and Ruin
in His Handt
A Crew from the Boston and the
Boat Boys will Contest.
Another exciting event which
Representative Bush, iu his ca-1
'I Will LA Ira r h(o tn-mnrrnw mAmmir
the shoulder at the -m i . , .
six-oareu gig race oe-
a Diow ironi i nc
lottery curse, which has been put
forward by interested parties, act
ting through "Bill" White, of La
haina. Mr. Bush is to- be congratulated
o"h the manlv stand he has taken.
j wui oe a
tween a picked crew from the U.
! S. Cruiser Boaton and the crarlr
boat boys' crew. The course will j
, be from the harbor to the bell buoy :
j and back. The boat boys have se-
; lected Kaninlnni na tbai Ka nA !
I his i? a subject which cannot be t t .,, , '
- . . , ,i j the Boston crew will have the
tatted m a mealy-mouthed choice of the gigs Kanuaala and i
Kanoelani. Verv likelv the fhrm-
.on't bite off wire with vour teeth
on't pull up tacks with a screw driver
ou't open tia cans with a butcher
on't split wood with a hammer
on't sharpen your knife on the stove
I on't borrow vour neighbors shovel
on't forget that yon can buy,
AFTER A CAREFUL STUDY !
Of the requirements In the cultivation of our aland Soils we are now enabled to furnish to Plantations the
following superior line of
E E I
P 1 O W $3
Iron anil Locomotive Works
CORNER OK BKAI. AND HOWARD BTREKTS
SAN nUMOISOQ, CALIFORNIA
fashion, and he has struck the
key-note, when he says that Mr.
White is attempting to stalk
through the Legislature "with
death in one hand and ruin in
Translated from Ka Leo.j
' T I II t T V 1
"Of all the measures which have
been brought before the Legislature
injurious to the life of the people
and tending to impoverish the citi
zens of this country, the member
from Lahaina is responsible for the
worst. He has introduced two bills
this session, an opium license, and
also a lottery bill granting a fran
chise of the same character as that
abolished in Louisiana. These two
measures are tit companions in the
misery which they will produce. In
the one there is death, and in the
other ruin. But the member from
Lahaina will push them for all that.
" By this action, William White
has placed a stigma on every man in
Lahaina who voted for him, and has
vindicated the judgment of those
who voted for some one else, for he
has shown that he is not actuated in
the House by any regard for the
rights or welfare of his constituents.
The next thing we shall expect to
see this honorable member doing
will be to introduce a bill establish
ing in Lahaina a house of prostitu
tion, a lottery bank, a che fa game, a
pakapio joint, and an opium hell, for
the purpose of giving life and pros
ferity to his district. Life will then
be worth living in Lahaina, and it
will be a proud day for Hawaii, when
the member from Lahaina gets all
his schemes in working order.
" What William White is now 1st.
doing reminds us of what was done in ;
bodom and tromorrah in the days of
old, which the wise men interpreted :
as meaning that the last days were
er boat will be chosen
It is claimed that a purse of
$400 will be given to the winning
crew. The same crew which de
feated the U. S. S. San Francisco's
crew on the 17th of March at Pearl i
Harbor will man the Kapiolani.
A second race between the man-
oi-war's-men and the boat boys
will be a barge race.
E. 0. Hall & Sons.
Manufactured by the celebrated OLIVER STEEL PLOW WORKS. These plows are made ESPECIALLY
STRONG, and are well adapted to the work required of them. We especially recommend the MONARCH
as a BREAKER.
Sizes N0. I, 6 in.; No. 2, 8 In.; No. 3, 10 in.
SEP. 2, 1892,
mm IN THE HARBOR
9 A. M. TO 12 O 0LOCK NOON
Under the Auspice of ti-.t
Ml l VI 1 1 T I T
Programme of Races:
And now that we are on the sub
ject we want to call your attention
to an invoice of NEW TOOLS we
have just received suitable for the
cultivation of coffee and tea, also for
the extermination of laxtaN'a, !
guava, indigo and other noxious
Hoes and Spades for making
; holes for coffee or tea plants; Grub-
. bing and Ox Tongue Hoes for
s special work; Socket Catties, Bill
Hooks and other tools made
specially for working in the aa
patches, where the best coffee is
We have had 90 many calls for
A NEW SET OF STAMPS.
RACE Six Oared Slid- j
DBS Seat Race.
Spar Buoy Course. Free for all.
2d RACE Six Oared Sta
tionary Seat Race.
Bell Buoy Course. Free for all.
Builders S Steam Machinery
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
8 tea in boat, Steamship, Land Engine! A
Boilers. High Pressure or Compound.
Steam Vessels of all kinds built com
plete, with hulls of wood, ir ju or com
Ordinary Enosnks compounded when
Stkam Lacncuks, Bargee ami Btean
Tugs constructed with reference to the
trade in which they are to be employed .
Speed, tonnage and draft of v a'cr gmv
Sua ah Miixs and sugar making M.i
chinery made after the most approve'
plans. Also, all Better Iron Work
Water Pipe, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, of
any size, made in suitable lengths for
connecting together, qr Sheets rolled,
punched and packed for ship. went,
ready to be riveted on the ground.
Hydraulic Riveting, Boiiei Work &ud
Water Pipes made by thie establish
ment, riveted by hydraulic riveting
machinery, that quality cf work being
far superior to hand work.
Ship Work, Ship and Steam Capstans,
Steam Winches, Air and circulating
Pumps, made after the most approved
Sole Agents and manufacturers fur tin
Pacific Coast of the Heine Safety
Pimps Direct Acting 1 umpd (or urina
tion or city works' purpoees, built with
(he celebrated Davy Valve Motion,
superior to any other pump.
JOHN DYER, Honolulu
Boom No. ;, upstairs, Spreckels' Block
T jumu - ca an.
Sizes Xo. 3, 12 in.; No. 4, 14 in.
We also carry in a lighter series the following Plows manufactured by the benecia agkicuetl k.m. works.
Benecia Wood Beam, No. 24, 6 in.; No. 26, 8 in.; Eureka Wood Beam, No. 2, 10 in.; No. 3, 12 in.
For sale bv
CASTLE &d COOKE.
They Are to Be Issned in Honor
of the Discovery of America.
Third Assistant Postmaster-General
Hazen, pursuant to the recom
mendation of the chiefs of the Post
Office Department, has caused to j
be issued a circular to ail countries i 5th RACE Swimming Race.
composing the postal union, invit-1 6xH ra.CE Fourteen Oared
ing them to make an exhibit at the Barge Race.
World s Fair, Chicago. It is ex
pected that the postal exhibit of
Id RACE Focr Oared
ing Seat Race.
Spar Buoy Course. Free for all.
4th RACE Five Paddle Canoe
First Can Buoy off Immigration
Bell Buoy Course.
this, as well as that of foreign : jg-Entries
close to-day at 2
OF ST. GEORGE
countries, will oe very complete. : ()'elock at the store of Frank J. Kru.
Mr. Hazen is preparing designs tor ! gen 3 165-1 1
a set of stamps to be issued by the !
Post Office Department in honor of
the four hundredth anniversary of
the discovery of America by Col
umbus. One of the scenes to be
illustrated undoubtedly is the
landing of Columbus.
The convent of La Rabida,
where Columbus was housed just
before his departure from Spain on ;
his voyage of discovery, may be j fi )
the chief figure of another. The ; KU1V1'
head of Columbus will decorate
; that we have been obliged to send
an order to Moline for another lot
: to bo made, with ail additional im
provements. Although times are
dull, we find it necessary to send
; orders for NEW GOODS by every
outgoing mail, and are receiving
new supplies by every steamer and
! vessehi coming from the East and
g"Call and examine our new
; tools and see what a splendid as-
sortment we keep of other tools and
; goods not mentioned above.
: m -v r i v i a l . -
Is a beautiful line- of
! Sterling Silver
one of the stamps, probably the PROG R lMMR Of KACiS
2-cent stamp. It is not the inten
tion of the department to retire
permanently the current issue
of stamps, but it. is likely that r.he
issue will be suspended for a year,
and that at the end of that time
the dies and plates for the jubilee
stamps will be destroyed, and the
old dies and plates will be deliv
ered to the contractor again. The
intention now is to have only one ;
portrait on any of the stamps, that
of Columbus. General fiozeti ex
pects them on sale on January 1.
To commence about 2 p. m. :
I0O-YAKD8 RUNNING RACE FOR
BuYri n;ler 19 (handicapped):
open for all.
!-f priae-Soit of Clothe, given by
Dav es A C . ; 2d prize Pair of Shos.
iven hy Th Man'f'g Shce Co.; 3d
prize I !oz. Photos, given by Aloha
let-YaRDH RUNNINti RACK (han.n
eapped), for ciiildren of members
1st prize Watch Chain; 2i prize
1 0. Hail & Son, L'i
I OR. FORT AND KING STS.
Bichly embossed in pleasing design
which will commend itself at
once to those seeking that
which combines both
Also, new ideas in the popular
Scarf Pin 4th
THE SEA VOYAGE
How It Helps to Set a
Upon His Feet.
The sanitary effects of a sea vov
age are very decided. First is the
Bangle Pin; .M
prize -.Scurf Pin.
POTATO RACK. Boys under 15,
ior all, handicapped ).
1st priz Suit o! Clothes, given by If.
Goldberg; 2d prize Toilet Set, given by
Holiister & Co.
75 YARDS RUNNINO RACE handi-
; open for all irts unter u
a a. siLVA & co., BOW KNOTS
Hotel street, Between Port and Nauaua.
Will do more work with less power and last longer than any other.
A new invoice of Dillingham Rice Plows. The favorite light steel
Plows. Just received from the factory at Moline.
Implements, all of the most approved patterns.
Choice FAMILY SOAP put up in pacKages for retailing.
aENERLL MERCHANDISE !
Paints, Oils-, Varnishes, Turpentine, etc., etc., etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.,
cummins block, - - FORT STRTCET.
The Honolulu Soap Works
The undersigned have just completed
their NEW STEAM SOAP WORKS,
and are prepared to supply the trade a
Pure Laundry Soap!
Put up in Boxes of 100 Lbs.,
of 42 and 56 BarH each .
We guarantee our Soap to be PDU,
and much better than the imported.
Each box is Stamped
lu Soap Co.," and is
For Sale by all Retailers.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO.,
M. W. HtCHESNEY k SONS,
.mm k wkk.
rerson - n ommuC of removal
1st priz-Gold Breast Pin ; 2d prize- . month we have to rail our entire stock
TUer Eye Bracelet ; 3d prize Fan.
ioo yards egg and spoon racl :
I 1 ' In . T n . i . ' 1
ocean climate. Sea air stimulates lst prize-Suit of Clothes, given hy
(be appetite, improves digestion, I Ew ft (iunn; 2d prize Toilet Set,;
assimilation, secretion and excre- Bven by Benson, Smith fc Co ; Wj
Constituting the Pionekk Plant, Established on
HOTEL AND FORT STS.,
In 1859 by C. K. Williams for conducting the
I Furniture, Cabinet Making
The Best Canned Butter In the World
New Pack Jnst Received !
Mackerel, Tongues and Sounds,
and SALMON BErX.IICS,
S. FOSTER & CO., Sole Agents,
26 and 28 California St., 8an Francisco
turn. The glandular lollicles and
organs of the alimentary system
are awakened to a high state of
functional activity. Relaxed mus
cular tissue becomes firm, the heart
is invigorated, the circulation is
carried on more actively, respira
tion is deepened, the pure air in
haled promotes a quickened oxida
tion and tissue change, the kin
grows soft and blooming, the tone
of the nervous system is raised and
a cheerful state of mind induced.
The traveler gains flesh and
strength, sleep is sound, lassitude
vanishes and irritable nerves be
come firm. London Lancet.
M. Musin was so delighted with
his reception throughout 'he Col
ony that ho has determined to pay
the Colony another visit In 1994.
He is engaged for Australia to Mr.
J. C. Williamson, and under his
auspices opened at the Town Hall,
Melbourne, on August 3d. The
violinist and his company are under
engagement to appear in Chicago
daring the World's Fair carnival.
MEN'S AND LADIES'
-Pocket Knife, given hy E. O. Hall A
75 YARDS EGG AND SPOON RACE, ;
Girls under lo, children of memhera
1st orize Gold Brea3t Pin; 2d prize :
Tier Eye Bracelet ; 3d priz-i Kan. RIBBONS,
POTATO RACE, tor girls unaer i , upcn
fnr all Assorted Colors ;
lst prize-Silver Bracelet ; 2d prize
Tiger Eye ; 3d prize Fan. 3163-td
UNDER WEAK Etc, Etc.
A. G. SILVA & CO.
in Honolulu We still extant, and the business, if originator and
present proprietor here to stay.
Having purchased the entire interest of the late firm of II. fit. Williams
Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture. Upholstery and Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu : nrincinallv Selected by II. H Williams during his
J X -X- - ... , . r .
1 now oner tms siock and iiuure
Just arriv ed ex
, fi ,t late three months' visit to the coast, I now otter this stock and
ment oT additions for CASH at prices much less than heretofore charged.
SUGAR BOILER. APPLY TO
C. BREWER A CO.
To Whom it may Concern.
4 T THE REGULAR MEETING OF
i V the Lin Yee Chung, Chinese Ceme
tery Association, held on the
the following were declared duly elected
as officers of the corporation for the en
suing year, viz :
V ice-President La C bon g.
Secretary hlD& Pn-
Treasnrer Chun Ming.
; Honolula, Augnst 29, 1892. 3163-3t
Matting, Campho.'' Trunks,
Rattan Chairs anrt Tables,
Silk Shawl s and Ha ndkerchiets,
White Chi nese Line.i,
White and! Colored Silk in Rolls.
Fine Teas Fine Manila Cigars,
"The nndersitfiied in resuming his old place and business
would retmectfnl v tender his cratetul thanks lor tne noerai patronage
of old friends of this and neighboring Islands, and hopes to merit a
continuance of their favor." while soliciting a share from new friends;
.and again offers his servicps in
NSxefcoISSS (Km and Japanese tttmm ! i MoTlng Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
. . ? i a. r a. Ti ) i . l w rt ( I rrwtir t na
An 1 a ;:enerai asonrjiciri. - ,
Phich e will sell at the very lowest
perty oeionging nereioiore 10 rieazer
Lazarus and Sing Kee, partners nnoer -hich
the name of Honolulu rork Company, ; price.
and that the said Tong Kee Company gjtT' rr-.
will henceforth carry on the bnsines ; frnm Cal ifornii
hitherto carried on by said Honolulu j
Pork Company in slaughtering, buying t WIG MOW LHAiN,
and selling hogs and other animals;
said business will be carried on in the No. fit Kiso Stkket,
building on the North-eat corner of , Near Maunakea. i
King and Maunakea streets in Honolulu. . :
TONG KEE ;OMPANY. , fc . . g .,..,.
Honolulu, Aogtist 25, 1892. ! U you don't k'ke the Advertiser
! SasJ 31601 w- i yon dtm't gtt the- news
Is Vy e'ery steamer
'.v Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
MATTING OF SUPERIOR QUALITY !
Furnished and Laid by Competent Men.
PIANOS FOB SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES.
C. h:. WILLIAMS.
OYSTERS AND SEEDS
Are valuable for what's in 'cm. Good
and bad oysters look alike in the sheli.
Good and bad seeds often have the same
appearance. Any one can tell a worth
less oyster on opening it. The value of
a seed must be determined by its growth .
This makB its quality worth considering.
You want seeds that will grow, and yon
want the product to be of valuo. Thero
is but one guarnnteo; the reliability of
the firm from which you buy.
Patronize Home Industry!
Half the iov ot life lies in norE. You
can always hops for a good yield and for
dividends too, if yon nt your fertilisers
from the undei signed.
Now is the time to unite in CXUBI for
buying vour Manures.
Ten Plantations wanteu to lorm etWM
and to buy large quantities and get bot
With improved machinery we are aide
to maintain tho standard of our regular
grades, and increapinR demand enables
us to guarantee the best values, at from
$7 00 to 12.r).00 per ton. Those desirous
can see it made by calling at the factory.
We offer a few tons of high grade fer
tilizers equal to the English brands of
jlHend us a sample order and trv
A. 1 COOKE,
Manager & Proprietor Hawn. Fertilizing
Honolulu, H. I.
May 13, 1892. 2Wl-lf
ED. H HITCHCOCK,
HILO, II. I.
(Successor to P. L. Lord.
HILO, PUHA, AND VOLCANO VIEWS.
gjtf Assortments sent, on application
to responsible parlies for selection.
P"Devel oping and Printing let 1 '
rists, a specialty.
P. O. address, Hilo, 11. I.