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VOL. XXVIII., XO.
Established July isr;.
nOXOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMI5EK
nn n mui . miio
J. Q. WOOD.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public. Office: Corner King and
DR. C. B. HIGH.
DENTIST. PHILADELPHIA nENT-
ftl College 1S92. Masonic Temple.
1:1 COIN OF REALM
Change Will It Involve Loss to
ood pian to forestall the change.
Abandonment of the double or pair ac
counts would be a big saving of the
work and trouble of accounting to the
banks and to firms and individuals.
WORDS TO BOYS
OR. A. C. WALL DR. 0. E. WALL
DENTISTS OFFICE HOURS: 8 A. M.
to 4 p. m. Love Building, Fort
M. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S.
DENTIST 98 HOTEL STREET, Ho
nolulu. Office Hours: I) a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. A. J. DERBY.
MS and Bonds
FOR She OjvERHMEIJT BEHIND -THE ISSUE
ComieEflatjoii to Members of E
acu F Companies.
Shares Oahu Sugar Co. (As
Shares O. R. & L. Co.
Bonds O. R. & L. Co.
Will the Money DisaDDear or Be
Called In Cabinet-Commission.
New Hand Instruments.
The Bergstrom Music Company cf
thU city, having a new store in the
Progress block, has been awarded the
contract for furnishing a complete set
of new instruments for the Govern
ment band. The totnl rosf will 1,
about $1,150 and the horns, etc vill A LETTER FROM PRESIDENT DOLE
ijL lue wen Known uan 1'isner
make. There were three other bid
ders. Two were town houses. The
third was the Berlin concern that has
outfitted the band ever since there
was a band. Some of the instruments
now used have seen service for fifteen
Read at an Organization Meeting
Records of the Two Commands.
Good Service Given.
GEORGE R. CARTER, Treasurer
Office ia rear of Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
DENTIST CORNER FORT AND
Hotel Streets., Mott-Sraith Block.
Telephones: Office, CIS; Residence,
789. Hours: 9 to 4.
GEO. H. HUDDY, D.D.S.
DENTIST FORT STREET, OPPO
site Catholic Mission. Hours:
From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. F. E. CLARK.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
some time ago the Cabinet of tn-?
uepublic of Hawaii voted that the
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lui-iu government snouiu assume any
foreseen or likely or natural liability
to individuals that should ariso in
ior Evening at
ART AND SCIENCE.
At the World's Columbia Exposi
tion art and science was thoroughly
exemplified. ' The greatest achieve
ments of modern times were on exhi
bition. Among the many beautiful
displays none attracted more atten
non man tnat maae oy tne singer
Sewing Machine Company. It won the
enthusiastic praises of all. B. Berger
sen, Agent, Bethel street.
Y. M. C. A.
The reception of the Y. M. C. A. to
the financial department Associate Secretary A. T, Brock and
here along with the sovereignty. No wife wiI1 take Place tomorrow evening.
announcement or publication of the general invitation to be present is
vote or action was made at the tim. extended to tlie public. Following the
r This is the first of it in print, though r0. of the reception this pro
- , ... gram will be carried out:
jl nus quite generally oeen assumed,
both without thought or remark that T ""u" " ? 1 " uuar o-uspa-
vunipany r , uapt. z.iegier, iield a
meeting in Company A's . room last
evening and effected the preliminaries
looking to reorganization. Capt
Ziegler presided. About thirty-five
men were signed and enough names
were reported to assure the legal min
imum by the next meeting. Several
Company E men joined. It is more
the credit of the country was behind Messrs. Frazier. HaisYead ' and Marx.
the money-issue and that there was no Vocal A Day Dream
DENTIST PROGRESS BLOCK, COR
ner Beretania and Fort Streets.
C. L. GARVIN, M.D.
OFFICE No. 537 KING STREET,
near Punchbowl. Hours: 8:30 to
11 a. m.; 3 to 5 p. m.; 7 to S p. m.
Telephone No. 44S.
T. B. CLAPHAM.
VETERINARY SURGEON AND DEN
tist. Office: Hotel Stables. Calls,
day or night, promptly answered.
Specialties: Obstetrics and Lameness.
J. H. WIDMAtl.
FOR SALE BY ALL NEWSDEALERS
Henry St. Goar. E&.varu Pollitz.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange
EDWARD POLLITZ & COMPANY
COMMISSION BROKERS AND
DEALERS IN INVEST
occasion, for either calculation or
Hawaii has had for her own money,
silver only, though the gold of the
United States had early statutory
recognition and the paper and silver of
that country have always been com
monly current. There was coined for
the Government here in the year 1SS3
$1,000,000 of silver. This is all in cir
culation, either in the coin itself, or
Considerable of the Hawaiian silver
has disappeared. But not so much of
. . Strelezki
Mrs. Ethel Ray Cohen.
Violin Reveuse. Ch. de Beriot On lis
Mrs. Mabel Chamberlain-Mead.
Vocal Once in a Purnle Twilierhr
E. Allen Sherman, Jr.
Mandolin and Guitar Trio Aerea
Messrs. Frazier. Halstead and Mar v.
It will be observed that there is
some new talent on the program. Mrs.
E. R. Cohen and Mrs. Mabel Chamberlain-Mead
are both recent additions to
local musical and Kocial circles. Mr.
Sherman is a lawyer who comes to
spend five years in the Islands. He is
it is gone as the casual reckoner might a ocalis.t oC merit an reputation
731 Fort street.
9 a. m. to 12 m., and 2 to
p. m., .uove uuuaing. uorns and
bunions cured by a new process.
Ingrowing nails a, specialty. No
pain. Engagements made after
J. M. Monsarrat. Harry P. Weber.
MONSARRAT & WEBER.
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of " Hawaiian Sugar
Office Bullion and Exchange. Loans Nego
tiated. Eastern and Foreign
Stocks and Bonds.
403 California St., San Francisco, Cal
liflllli CARRIAGE JHF6. GO , III!
121 Queen Street.
CARRIAGE AND WAGON BUILDERS
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
at Law. Cartwright Block. Mer
chant Street. Telephone GS.
CHAS. F. PETERSON.
RUBBER TIRES AND ROLLER
WILSON & WHITEHODSE,
Sole Licensees Hawaiian Islands.
121 Queen Street.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public. 15 Kaahumanu Street.
WILLIAM C. PARKE.
215 Merchant St.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND AGENT
to take Acknowledgments. Office:
Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu.
LYLE A. DICKEY.
Just received from "Morning Star"
a fine lot of Gilbert and Marshall Isl
and Mats, Atvicks, Tols, Baskets,
Spears, Corals, Shells, Mother of
Pearl Hooks, Hats, Cords, etc.
Hair dressing department re-opened
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public. King and Bethel Streets.
Telephone S0G. P. O. Box 7S6.
JOHN D. WILLARD.
LAW. 211 MER
Telephone 415. P.
J. M. KANEAKUA.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Law. Office: In the Occidental
Hotel, corner of King and Alakea
ATTORNEY AT LAW 121 ME it
chant Street. Honolulu Hale. Tel
ephone 345. Up Stairs. N
AGENT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG
ments to Instruments, District of
Ivona, Oahu. At W. C. Achi's office,
King street, near Nuuanu.
0. G. TRAPHAGEN.
ARCHITECT 223 MERCHANT ST.,
Between Fort and Alakea. Tele
phone 734. Honolulu, II. I.
LEWIS & CO.,
ifioiBiii im Retoli Grocers
111 FORT STREET.
Telephone, 240 : : P. O. Box, S9.
H. MAY & CO.,
fie ond Retail Grocers
-:- 9S FORT STREET. -:-Telephone.
22 : : f P. O. Box, 470.
L. C. ABLES.
REAL ESTATE AND FINANCIAL
Agent. 315 Forst Street.
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venture to say. There is a quite large
amount oi American silver in us
here. Its importation for some 'months
a year and two years ago was heavy
One shipment of 50,000 American silver
dollars was brought in quite recently
and there have been several importa
tions of $20,000 of American silver,
The greatest use of silver in the coun
try is in the payment of plantation
nands and other laborers. On account
of these demands there has been from
Following the musical program re
freshments will be served and the in
formal feature of the evening will be
wA A mM
riUCE FIVE CENTS.
week. Ono of the reasons for this fa
that it is the desire of officers that
the crew have the benefit of taking
part hi the regatta sports in the har
bor next Saturday. The men of t
flagship are eager to test their strength
and skill with the clubs and the un
Cyril O. Smith, teacher of Hllo
Union school, and Miss Whitehouse. a
recent arrival from England, were
quietly wedded at the residence of Mrs.
Sorenson in Nuuanu valley Monday
The Chamber of Commerce will take
the Commission parry and Hawaiian
Cabinet over the railroad to Waialua
tomorrow. Lunch will be supplied at
the railway terminus. The special
train will leave town at S a. m., re
turning late in the afternoon. Man
ager Dillingham will conduct the ex
Hawaiians Express Varying Ideas
to the Commission.
Two memorials from native Hawaii
ans were presented to the Commission
time to time complaint of scarcity of yesterday and a third will go in today.
The first was from the Hawaiian Na-
the white coin
One theory of the future in finances
here is that the Hawaiian silver issue
will just naturally disappear, that it
will be carried away in jewelry and as
souvenirs. Tnis opinion will scarcely
bear dissection, though there is, of
course, no small weight to it. The dis
appearance ot the dimes is a really re
markable incident and is, a strong or
impressive precedent. There were
P ) -T 11 A A - - ,1 : ry i . .
ul u iiues. j ouay tnere are no
dimes in circulation and they sell at
uww-uii5 jucu anu tnere are no very
neavy holders -of them.
borne of the other denominations
may go the way of the dimes. Try the
quarters. They are becoming scarce in
trade and are beginning to go into iew
eiry and into collections. But there is
$100,000 of quarters up in the store
vault of the treasury in the Executive
building. That means 400,000 pieces of
the coin and that number will do for a
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feuuu niaii.v ueus, spuuilS, flat piUS ailfl
Luueuuuiis. uoiiars ana naives are so
plentiful as currency that the problem
of their exhaustion is not yet to be
cu. me uuimr is used not a
little for jewelry. The half will last
longest of all.
X. few weeks ago a couple of promi
nent men organized on a corner down
town a quick partnership to corner the
quarters. They gave it up when Un
earned the amount of coin on hand.
The question or possibility of counter
feiting the coins abroad has been tak
en into account only slightly by the
On the question of the finances or
the currency, Mr. Damon, Minister of
Finance, said yesterday, that there was
no possibility of any individual losing
jy having Hawaiian silver on hand or
of gaining bv sneculatinsr in ir ns
money. He said the Commission had
3een informed that it was estimated
there still existed, available for calling
in if it was to be called in, about $950.-
000 of the Hawaiian coin. Some bus
iness men. financial factors nnrl ra
tional League, a body of the most in
telligent and progressive natives in
the country, a paper which was out
lined in Tuesday's Advertiser.
The second was from the Kalaiaina
hui, petitioning for the restoration of
the Monarchy under an American pro
tectorate. It is said that the Com
mission regards the latter as one of the
m'ost interesting of its Island curios.
Today the Aloha Aina will present
a memorial. It will ask for a trenerai
franchise, pensions for the royal fam
ily and numerous other things. This
petition is substantially the same as
the one presented by the Hawaiian Na-
CAPT. C. W. ZIEGLER.
uian likely tnat E will disband, the
members going into the other com
- letter from President Dole, ad
dressed to Company F, was read. It
was received by Capt. Ziegler by mes
senger. resident Dole intended to
have the letter read at the time the
companies were relieved from active
service, but there was a delay in its
preparation. The letter was greeted
with cheers and a vote of thanks to
the President for the sentiments ex
pressed was passed unanimously
This was the letter: '
Honolulu, H. I., August 31st, 1S9S.
Dear Sir: Upon the retirement of
Companies E and F from their long
term of service, I desire to express to
them, through you, as the senior of
ficer of the garrision, my apprecia
tion of the good conduct and discipline
More Stock and More Acreage for
At a meeting of stockholders of the
Oahu Sugar Co. Jield yesterday It was
decided to increase the capital stock
from $1,800,000 to $2,400,000 by the is
suance of G,000 additional shares of
stock at $100. Preference will be given
present, noiders in tho purchase, and
the next chanco to come in will fall to
employes of the plantation. ' New-
pumps for the plantation and other
mprovements are contemplated for
the immediate future.
The arrangement for the issuance
of the new stock is that eaeli present
bolder of three shares shall have an
allotment of one new share, to be paid
or in assessments. The stock will be
out in November and it is supposed it
will all be taken within the com
pany, when this was learned yester
day there was at once a demand for
the stock now available for the mar
ket. Oahu is to have at least two new
pumping stations with a corresponding .
increase of acreage. Sets of wells will
be sunk in Waipahu. and Waiawa
tional League, although it goes further which has been the record of thee
into details and is much longer. The companies.
Aloha Aina's meeting for the consid- During the greater part of this ser-
eration of this memorial lasted nearly vice your force has been garrisoned in
Citizens and Travelers Booked for
the S. S. Alameda.
The following are booked at the of
fice of W. G. Irwin & Co., to sail by
the Alameda today for San Fran
cisco: Miss E. L. Ladd, Geo, H. Mead,
wife and child, Mr. Camp, Rev. and
Mrs. Usborne, Gordon Usborne, Cur
zon Usborne, Mrs. J. D. Snyder and
child, John Dyer, Mrs. Urobant and
child, Alex. Allen, Mrs. J. F. Clay, E.
T. Sedelbohn and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
Fogg, E. M. O'Brien, Mrs. Sarah Sav-
idge, Maj. Cicott, Geo. M. Babcock.
Mrs. F. S. Pratt, Miss Eva Pratt, Misa
Anna Rose, Misses N. and A. Kitchen
Miss Curtis, Miss Anna Case. I. M.
Miller, L. E. Pinkham. C. Eeeles Lil
lian M. Lemmon, Ida C. Collister. A
S. de Baron Burney and wife. J. H
Brinton, A. Bearwald, S. S. Merrill and
wife, J. M. Howard, H. H. Edwards and
J. If. Carew.
all of yesterday,
GOOD ENOUGH TO TAKE.
nutmeg ui loat sugar is
FOR REGATTA DAY.
Enteries for Principal Events to
Close Tomorrow Afternoon.
Saturday will be a general holiday in acceptance of hardship
town. Government offices and business
houses will close. It is expected that
greater interest will he taken in the
regatta than ever before. Merchants
are coming to the front handsomely
in the matter of funds. Brewer & Co.,
Irwin & Co., Hackfeld & Co. and nil
the other large houses have duplicated
their subscriptions of last year.
Races will begin at 9:30 a. m. sharp.
the basement of the Executive Build
ing with easy access to the upper used in the manufacture of Chamber-
jciiLa ut liiu uuiiinuK, uuu an anLviy jam s uougn itemedy and the roots
guarded the public offices there located used in its preparation give it a flavor
with the important documents and ar- similar to that of maple syrup makinc
ticies ot vaiue ueiongmg to tnem. n very pieasant to take. As a mrrli-
I am mindful also of the cheerful cine for the cure of couerhs. r-rM in
and danger "ppe, croup and whooping cough it
which these companies exhibited in Ib unequaieu iy any other. It always
the insurrection of 1895, at which time cures, and cures quickly. For sale by
Company E was under fire at the front
an druggists and dealers Tir.nCnn
Smith & Co., Ltd., wholesale agents for
LACES AND ORGANDIES.
at Diamond Head, and Company F was
the main force in the brilliant affair
at the mouth of the Palolo Valley,
when by good strategj' and a deter
mined, advance under lire the back- Valencienne laces, 25c a dozen yards-
v. ..... .uouw.,,, x v.r.w, mJe r . rencn organdies, 5c a yard The
and a large part of the hostile force clearance sale will h nHr, '
.1 r. : . 1 4. . ... i I " - vuuuuwu wuu
ciiiajuu ciaiubL ii wa iu nureu. week lonrrrr nnrl cri0
rr.1 . hWUJ. JU3L ft-
ine ooject or tnese organizations reived, ner Warrimrw, u-m ,
invents are open for all: there is no
euiiauce iee. swimming, oiving ana u '-:u 'uuiiu, iu iuuurt.i umi tne list, or hnrp-q ns t r r n
11 . C a. 7 . T A ? ' . - . 1 " -m. -
the tub races will remain onen to the
start of the races. Entries for all the
other races will close at 4 o'clock to
morrow afternoon at the store of the
Pacific Hardware Co. Three boats
must be entered before the second
prize wui t.te awarded and tour before
lzens will say that the shortage from
a million is considerably more, but
this figure of $950,000, has been made
after careful investigation.
It is supposed, though it is not at all
settled, that the Commission will
recommend that the Hawaiian silver
be taken up and coined into American
money and that there will of course
be only money of the United
There is talk in at least one bank
here of abolishing the distinct gold
and silver accounts in the near future.
There will be no more of the double
affair after a settlement with the
United States is made and officials of
this one house think it would be a
The Foreign Office will endeavor , to
induce an interest in a Hawaiian ex
hibit for the World's Fair at Paris in
1900. To this end a notice is pub-
lished and sight will not be lost of the
matter. The Commissioner here for
France is anxious that the Islands
States shall be represented in the great show
and so is the American representative
to the Exposition. Mr. Shingle, who
is acting for Hawaii in the big show at
Omaha, wrote recently that he had an
engagement to meet at Chicago Mr.
Peck, who is already collecting ma
terial for the United States space at
tne need or tneir active service ceases
It is a matter of regret to me that
these men to whom their country owes
so much must now cease to receive pay
from the government in the old rela
tion; and I trust that all of them will
find that demand for their services in
tnis community wnieh tneir record and
I am proud of my relation to the
garrison and can never cease to re
member its loyal service to the Repub
lic of Hawaii.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Commander-in-Chief, National Guard
To Capt. C. W. Ziegler,
Commanding Co. F,
1st Itegt. N.
It had been intended to take the
flagship Philadelphia out today for tar
get practice off Lahaina. Instead the
ship will remain in the harbor till next
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome end delicious.
pvt K'n powofp fr., rw -TX .