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SATURDAY, FK1L 8, 1890.
The electoral leturns from the
other islands tue now sulliciently
complete- to show pretty nearly the
composition of the House. The
parties, according to the tickets
on which the candidates were
elected, almost balance each oilier,
lint the precipe strength of part
ies in the House will not he po
sitively known until after the Legis
lature has met. The strength or
weakness of Government support
cannot be accurately judged from
the tickets ; for it is wcH'known that
neither side is a unit in this regard.
Anyhow, each side is strong enough
to hold the other in cheek and it is
well that it i so.
WHO GIVES PERMISSION?
Kiuioit Huuxnx: Can anybody
tell me who gives permission to high
(Jovernment ollleials to leave the
kingdom and go abroad for their
pleasure? Ministers and. Judges seem
to go and come at will. They arc
public servants. Do they go by
permission or without? And if by
permission, who is the head'to give
them permission? Kxqciukh.
coinc jo" molokai.
. 1'uuuic Kuullnh tilrl'n .lllnnlnu..
SUii Uun Mtudleil Under I'nwteur
and Hope to Kctlcvr Hurrei'liiir.
New York, January 00. Among
the passengers on the Cunard steam
ship llotlinin, which arrived to-day,
was Sister Hose Gertrude. She is
on her way to the island of Molokai,
the Hawaiian ieper settlement, to
which natives alllicted with the dread
disease, are sent for life. Sister
Rose Gertrude was at one time Amy
Fowler.Slie was born about !Ji" years
ago lu Hath, Kngland. where she
was ruared and educated. Her
parents ate wealthy.
Miss Fowler decided to take the
veil and joined the Order of St.
Dominic. After several year.- of
usefulness to her fellow-being, news
came from across the ocean that
Father Damien was dead. His de
votion to the lepers of Molokai was
the sole topic of conversation among
the women who labored, daily under
Sister Gertrude's leadership. She
finally decided to master all of
Pasteur's ideas concerning lepiosy
and then go. to the island of Molo
kai and devote the rest ot her life
to the lepers.
There are few persons who have
ever left their homes and gone to
the island. Everybody to whom
Miss Fowler spoke tried to persuade
her not to go, With remarkable
courage , she looks, forward to her
woikonthc disease-stricken island
with pleasure. She knows that she
cannot live more than ten years.
Miss Fqwlcr was .seen in her state1
loom on the Bothnia. She is a neat
little woman, about live feet two in
ches tall, and is Very slender. Her
face is kindly if not pretty. The
features are regular and small, but
well formed, and denote great deter
mination. She was dressed entirely
in black, but not in nun's clothing.
There were a Tlumber of promi
nent Catholic laymen at the dock to1
meet her, and one young gentleman
went down the bay to look after her
luggage and personal comfort.
"I expect to get to .Molokai about
the middle of February," the sister
said. "I shall try bichloride of
mercury and 'other antiseptics in
treating the lepers, to sec if this
course of treatment will do them
any good, Then, good friends ol
mine have loaded me down with lit
llc gifts for (lie lepers.
"After I am there a -.lion time 1
propose to buy a piano out of the
money allowed me by the Hawaiian
Government, and shall try to bright
en the lepers' lives by ringing and
music. I think that this will be a
iodK'iid to 'those atllicted people. J
am in God's charge. 1 propose to
do everything that human hands can
do for the alleviation of ihe lepers'
suffering-., and I look foiward with
interest to Ihe beginning of my new
labors in God's vinpyaid. .
"Witi parental solicitude, my
father and mother at lirst tried to
persuade me to abandon my mission,
but when they saw that I considered
it a voice fioin (Sod they no longer
opposed my wMies. 1 left with the
benediction of Cardinal Manning,
who said, 41 would not, could not,
pi event you from follow big tho voice
which calls to you.'
"My going has inteicMcd a great
many' peoples' in the leper colony,
and 'just as I got on the .steamer at
Liverpool I received a message of
godspeed and good wihhes fiom the
l'rinco of Wales, who is taking
great interest in my mission. I have
said gbod-by to the world, my par
ents, sisters and brothers and friends.
i'cihaps, however, we may meet
ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL.
Sexngcsima Sunday: Calhcdial
Holy Communion (Hawaiian) ti:."0
Litany, ! :.')() a. in.
Morning Prayer, 10 a. m. (Hymns
17'.', 2!)1, 22.".. Sermon by Rev. W.
11. Barnes.) ' t
Hawaiian Kvensong, il:UPp. m.
ICvening Prayer, f! p. m. (Hymns
J81, 221, ill. Sermon by Kcv. 11.
tnwni. if- cywayji
TELLIKG THEIR TRIUMPH.
Slectlut; of the Mcclinnli'H mul
WorUlnnmcn'M t'olltleiil IM-ntret-ltc
There was a largely attended
meeting of the M. & P. P. U. at
-Knights of Pythias hall yesterday
evening. Mr. Daniel McKcnzie,
Vice-President, took the chair and
called for speeches.
Mi. J. A. Mehrtcns spnUc nt the
organization of the Union in Sep
tember with twenty-three members,
increasing to oer .'100 in three
weeks. After some hard woil from
day to day, the I'lilun combined
with tho llui Kalaiaina. Then a
platform was dually adopted to
which all the candidates nominated
a little later were pledged. And on
the filli of February the party so
born proved to be not the minority
but the majority of the people.
They surprised their opponents that
day, not only by their strength, but
by their orderly conduct at the elec
tion. Hon. Horace C. Crabbe -aid a
great many of tho old Reform party
had been after him to tell him thi't
he had better have remained at
home. They said he was going to
bo buried, but, when all the returns
were in, he thought they should
havo a big .funeral for the Reform
party (laughter). Mr. .John Tho.
Wat'crhouse had told him that the
National Reformers were going to
drive capital and labor out of the
country, and he had replied that
they were not going to drive any
thing out of the country. They
would have many" obstacles to en
counter but he hoped they should
be able to make everything como out
Hon. D. W. Pua thanked them
for the unanimous support the Union
and the Hut had given him m the
election. He had told objectors to
the amalgamation of the two bodies
that it was going to establish a
brotherhood from the 'ainc father.
The fifth of February showed that
such a brotheihnod existed, and es
tablished the stfinding of the Na
tional lleform Party. He had been
willing to fall a martyr if the minors
had proved correct that he was go
ing to bo hcratelied on the ticket.
The people that .sent them to the
Legislature should watch their
course there and assist them in do
ing their duty. If the members did
not act up to the umik they should
be yanked out of the House.
Hon. A. Marques thanked the
men present, to whoe efforts rather
than the candidates' merits their
success was due. He was proud to
have been a member of tho Union
before becoming a candidate. The
speaker related the story of the
giowth of the Union and his con
nection with it. He congratulated
the oigauixalion on the- success of
the campaign, which proved to them
the value of union. Although they
had gained the first battle they must
not consider tho struggle over, but
to secure the objects in view they
must remain united and organized.
Hon. Antoue l'osa spoke in Ha
waiian and Knglish. He agreed with
the remarks of Mr. Marques. He
had never approved of the means by
which the new Constitution was ob
tained. It set a bad example to the
native IJawaiians to use force of
aims, and nothing had made him
prouder than to have heard, from
time to time during the day down in
the country, that everything in Ho
nolulu was as quiet as Sunday. Al
though their opponents had called
him a lire-eater, his constant advice
to Hawaiiaus was to conduct them
selves peaceably. Mr. Rosa refer
red to tho "raMiiim lor boodle the
first day ot the new Constitution,
and said the disturbers of order were
the element he opposed. He did
not find limit with the Constitution
itself it was fairly good for the
hurry with which it was adopted.
But from the Hist he had stood for
the just rights .of Hawaiiaus, and
now found the people with him' in
that icspect. He believed there
should be some distinction In the
isouies nancnise, out always con
sidered it was too high as it stood.
Mr. Kosa continued at some length
to discuss the situation, being ap
plauded thioughout and hem lily
cheeicd on sitting down.
Hon. John Phillips, who had taken
his place as President of the Union,
was loudly called for and on rising
thanked tho joint organization for
the honor conferred on him as a No
ble for litis inland. The distinction
was one that had never disturbed
the wildest dreams of his ambition.
There was one thing they had de
monstrated, and that was that Labor
was king. He did not mean that
capital should be leveled, but, as he
had said at the organization of the
Union, labor should go hand in luvnd
with capital -in' this littlo country
They had chosen both capital and
labor to represent them. For his
pait. in the Legislature he should
always aim to promote the interests
of the woikinf,' classes.
Alf. Itohcrt More hoped that the
members of the Mechanics' Union
would not consider Hint, their ob
jects having becj&o far gained, thede
suability of their meetings was over.
They oti"lit to meet at least once a
mouth. If their chosen representa
tives did not cany out their liberal
piinclples of ovenuncnt for all the
pcophi I hoy should be called to ac
count. He denied to the best of his
belief the minors in circulation
about the members of the Union
having private axes to grind. He
closed with a motion to adjoin n sub
ject to the call of tho Vice-President
the l're.sldcnt had got too high for
them altogether (laughter).
Wi !...,.. ii IMmf
Ml. McKunzle seconded the mo
Mr. Waliincatia made a
marks, when the motion to
adjourn A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR.
Hon. Gcorgo Merrill, MlnNtur to
the Sandwich Islands Under Presi
dent Cleveland's administration, is
visiting his uncle and aunt, tho ven
erable Dr. ami Mrs. M. .1. Bray.
Mr Merrill was a member of the
bar in this oily in I8ll-i!2, and af
terwards was uindo lieutenant In the
ijotli Indiana, winning tils promotuni
by gallant and meritorious services,
to the rank of Major, which he held
when he was mustered out. Major
Merrill has a large number of
friends in Kvansville, who arc de
lighted to meet him -again and to
learn that he has prospered In all of
his undertakings. Ivvansille,Ind.,
There have been stormy scenes in
Congress over contested elections in
the South and the ncuro question
u GrrniHii twirl to do liht bo'ts-o-woik
or p'nin i inking. Apply at
till? olllce. 173 .It
VH 'i Cook on shore in at em
i ii'th given if mi'ilri'il
Aililre.es 170 lw
M) icnt ot len.se ti Hinill
Cottage, fumii-l.i'i! oi
imliiiiilhid, in n gnodlocn.
AtMre's -.M," ilii.- iilllce.
.sKrO.VD.UANI Double Kffeet
47.1 lw II. HACKKKI.n & CO.
FIKKWOOD KOlf SAIK.
-O'l 'st LIT tt !ei.
TiiltKUOOl) tnr a!e at
i corn' i of
. lf8 tf
iijmiui n'lm mirr urtim-
ii atd Nuiinnu meets.
icihler's l'olaiieopo. with
. C II
iplele -i I of fq pariitii1'
lamps, t le.
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
Vov. .ut'pn A ii ii ami Nm,
t3T Goods of all h'teripthns bold on
Mulinl Telephone till!.
IN I'LVTS and Ql'AJU'S.
i'on sw.h in
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
r, i i'.t
I'liion,1 Eire & Marine
Insurance Co., L'd,
H Sew Zenluml.
Capital .' - $10,000,000
i IsK Kiken on Dwelling, Stores,
Storehouses mid Contents. Also, Sncar
n:d Iticc .Mllle, Mnahlnery, Lie , Klc.
On HulU, Carrot's mid Kiuighta. Lois
J. S. WALKER,
Ajcrit for Hawaiian slondt.
JUST THE THING
AT NT ABIJEY'8
1 1 -ri i tii in i :
' IW Bun pies liee nt
idl I.CfldiliK '.
3IITOII KFL PETKIISON,
Hit rt. P. A;put. I Ittl
HONOLULU, TL !., FtiLUiTARy 8, Ws).
California : Lands
'pilH undersigned wishes to Infmin
.L tho public Hint lie has opened a
branch California Land Ofllec, nt No.
Id Merchant stiect, Honolulu.
To persons wishing to Invest In
Choice Timber. Agriculture, Fruit or
(iinzhig Lands (n the fine State of Call
fm nin, or In Desirable. Itulkllng-l.otH lu
the-beautiful City ami Subinhs of Oak
land, with Us unrivaled climate mul
oppni limbic. 1 am prepared to offer
fvny Imluci'incut In the way ofbai
gntii. The Lands which I lion- offer have all
been moir eaicfully Inspected by a
thoroughly lellable nivcyor, employed
specially 'for thai purpose, and 1 am
theiefoie enabled to give Mitlsf.ietorv
guarantee that every piece offered will
strictly correspond with the description
given bv me.
The Titles to these Lands aie perfect,
belli;; In the main state school lands.
The pievlous peisonal Inspection
thereof at great expense, offers abso
lute security to pincliascrs and Is an
Inducement offered by no oilier dealer
lu inte"eliool lands in California.
The price ranges f i om S3 0 per net e
iinwiml neeoidlui! to ounlltv and loca
tion, and theie Is no doubt, by taking
Into account the rapid growth and pro
gression of that State, that these lands
offered at these low tlgures mint within
a few years command a much higher
piiea and so serine to eveiy Investor a
jirollt not easily equaled In any other
lino of speculation.
This opportunity will lie open tot a
limited time only, and I therefore ex
tend an Invitation to all who wish to
secure good mid cheap homes In that
magnlilcent .State and Country, and also
to tluw! who ilesbe to lnet n little
money to fo gient ndvnutne audpiolH.
to call upnii me ooii and obtain full
Information will be eheei fully given.
& Olllce loom with .1. A. Mngonn,
iiltomev, No. VI Meiehaiit stiect.
li:o if ' A. MOllOFF.
()N It Ki
Ier"S S. Aiftudla,"
At The Beaver Saloon
11. .II JiOI-TKI'iiiiirlt'tiir.
VOR SAN lMtANCrHdO,
Will b aw
lfonoliiln for ll
, port on
Friday, Feb. 14, '90
For Kifitdil or 1'iirwi.ge, nppl In
WML G. IK WIN & CO., AgeutK.
i()lt a tew wtik-, two or uioie ref.
por.sible people. Dniies light.
Musfhflve cid ii'ddre's.' Apply to
' .. i:. mtnwN .t co.,
Jrjti if ulu Ciipltol Itllilll IIJ".
A SITUATION an SiiKfii Cl.'ik 01
Night Wateliiaan at a mill, in a
place a Luna on a good phiiiliillnu
l)ns ex'ptili'nce and can furnish onil
rnfernre. Csll or ndrireER "M. K. I'.,"
llt'M.KTiN Ofllre. -to tf
GoriKKnf ihe lAir.v Htu.r.i.iiN, ot
the dates specified below, SO cent1;
a copy will .tin paid for the same on
deliveiv at tlih olllce:
i. 18SSI. 1 eopvApr 8, 18R'.), I copy
i. Ii ' 111, " 1 '
:i ' Au'.'rf, ' 1! "
ON ami iiltir this dale, Kelmmiy tl,
ieiK)..l(iw Kid only vtill sluthe
hi reel, mu't
to Hie s:iid
f Kai- Kee. . All claims
tirm of Fal Kee, Nuunnu
be iirc'cntcd for payment
MBS. OMiOHNK Is now piepiml In
Klve Instiuellons in Funny Work
nt 'The Arlington," Hnom ii. Class
Lehoni; .Mondays, Wiilne.Mhiys and
Kiidiiys I'rivnte lcsjom by 'fpecial
iirnuii'nH'iit. Hl:iliipiii(; and orders
piompily (iiifiided to. IfH) tt
Mnchinn iMttdt' Pol !
IJAltTlKS vvhliliiK l" Kft Machine
Made Pol enn do mi by bavlnu,
their contalneis plainly inuikcd nt
Hcnty Divib'i Ornceiy S'oio. on Fort
Mieel. Pol will bo deilveied on Tue".
iluvs and Fridays. Containers must be
left not biter Hon the day before.
(rmni SauHtiRe aiavUcl
I US I' opened in "Arnistron' lllock,"
near Kinir Street llrldue. For salu
Iresli dally Head Cheese, t'liinkfiiiter,
Liver, Hmolvcd and
Ih issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in tlm event of death, for a teturn of all premiums paid in ad
dition to the amount of thu policy, or, should the iusiiied survive a given tiuinbcr of yelns, the Company will
ret in n all the premlumB paid wltli'lnteicel; or, instead of accepting the policy aniVrolit.s in cash the luiul holder
may, WITHOUT MKlMCALKXAMINATIONninl WITIIOPTFI'irniKn l'AYMKNTOK IMIKMII'MK, take in
lien thereof the amount of policy and piofitn In FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticipating annunlly In dividends.
Ketnember, this contract Is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company In the United States, and the Lar
jest Financial Institution In the World, lis assets exceeding One Hundred, anil Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars. -
fcaS For full particulnts call on or
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
LEMON, : CREAM
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAFARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale. Hop Ale, Grenadine, Rassberryade, Sarwilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
led- All c.tiniimuiloaHoiiH and ovdt'VH nltotiUl Imi iuMiohhciI to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
:mso i m
(iiilc Citv Slone filter
'I'lie-e l'illeis aie eilsllv cleimscd,
ami N'KVKH hecome (McACKLl) or
OIIAZEI) by eham;e of tenipeiiitnie of
'J he Klltei Injf Medium U a XATt'Jt AI.
STON'L, nibied riom theemth. It Is
unlike ati oilier stone.
It Dim'h Not Almorlt ttiut
ncooiuu Foul !
LMITKITIKS never PKNKTIt.YTK
It. hut lie on the surface, and inti-rnally
ihe siniii) remains as pure and while
after jeais of uc a when ta).eii fioin
The Cule City tjinne Vllter Is a per
fect suecesj, li i the only ieal tiller I
have ever -ceil. I would not lie without
one for.-iny cniisideratlon. It converts
our lake wnler Into tho best (trlnkln
water in the world.
IliNitv AI. Lyman, M. !.,
i,'M Wet Adnins St., Clileno.
tW For Su'e by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Oproslte Ppreekels & Co.V UnuU,
It'ill tf Port street, Honolulu.
EntMprlHtt Oarrl,4 Co.'y
STAND: No. U,
eorcir Nuuiiuu mid
Mutual Telephone (I i0. Ofttre II uir:
Prinn 7 a. m. m II i m. All orderB
prniuptly attended to
1(17 lw . MiimiKei:
'PlIK uinln'rt'lgneil, lmviiu; nslgried
L tin- mnnngeinent "I the Western
& llnniiiiun luvoRtinent Co, (Limbed)
on iieeomit of ill health, the Directors
of the Company In Duiidte have np.
po)ntid Mr. .losepli IS. Atherton at
Manaoer in Ilnnolubi, us of :11st Deeeiu
l.ei hist W. L. GltKF.N.
flmolubi, Inn. lit, 181 0. 4(17 tw
rpilK Hawaiian ltillc Amot InilouV
1 Hiiiiffe, ICIag i-ireel, U elosid frniu
thisdiile All piMtOlls nre l.riehy for.
hidden In piaetlac. over above ItHiige
until liiitliernniiee. It v out or.
.1. II SOl'EK.
I'ipMdmil II. It A.
Hoaolule, Jnn. Jt, 1SHI tut tw
AT the annual iiieeiiii' of Ihe Kapin
laid lui 1c Association held lids
L'Sth day of .liiniutry, ltOO. the following
gentlemen weio elected to serve h a
Board of Directors for the ensuing year:
.1. Campbell, V.. H. Cinilia,
V. G. 1 1 win, A.S. L'leglinrn,
V. M. Qlffind, Tom May,
Cecil Ibown. T. It Walker,
II. .Maefinlane, II., I. Nolle,
T. S. Douglas.
W. M. GIITAHD,
In I lw Secretary.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the German
Henevolenl Sonlety In Id on .lannnry
Sit. ippo, the fnllnwlni; ofllcec were re
elected for one year:
Plentiful... (Inn. II. A. Widemaun,
Vlre.Pnsidenl I. V. II iC.kleln,
Hecretary I. F. Keknrdi,
Tiensiiiur F. ICIttmp,
Auditor II . .1 . Kobe,
Tiustee I. F. Huekfelil.
.1. F. F.OKABDT,
1i'i7 t Seei clary.
NOTICE to SUiri'EliR.
F-Olt the morn satisfactory
datlnn of our patrons
we hew lo
suggest to them that In eates where
drays nro required for shipping goods
to n'ut.polng.Ptenmers and roasters, or
in any enso where required, nt 1 o clock
sharp of the day, they will find Hint by
ringing up Mutual Teleplinue No. 20!,
between 12:10 and 13:40 In the noon
hour that Mr. Howell will be therein
pci foil to receive all orders, and our
ti lends will thereby greatly fncllllaio
business to the better satisfaction nl nil
lll'STAOE it HOBLRTSON.
and--. PLAIN :
COKNIOK HOTEL &
Great Reduction Sale !
AKTKl! TAk'INn STOCK 1
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OP THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Till Folrita,ry lStli, Oiilj.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves !
C and 8 Buttons in fiorfect older
All my DltKSS GINGHAMS nbotit 110
Uofit I'rice. A
Scotch Ginghams at
Such an Puiuch, Embroidoied Swisses, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nainsook and
many other linen of White (Soot's. I will ell at ttlclftt''
piico tbnt everybody will buy tliein.
gtSJT Remember, February lfitb will close Ibis Sale. '08
B. P. EHLEBS & CO.
Great Bargains !
A FTE It TA K
All Goods Sold at Greatly Reflucefl Prices !
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE:
GOOD Panuro nl Wnlklkl. lo
liinlieil number of hoise-i, nt rea
soimlile inta. Apply to
l.-.l lm W.-ll. AI.DUICII.
;?IFTY HEAD1 of Fat
Hleeis. Apply to
Real Estate For Sale.
Hoi'ises and LoIg on
Bohello Lane. Palamn.
Couveuient to stenm and trnm
cuie. very neaitny tocniity. i.ot on
King stiect, nenr Hninnuku's Line. For
pnrticuliirs npply to
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Or ('has. T.Oullck. Pt0 3m
ART GLASSES !
II(AWIM nnd l'Alntlng
water colors. Monochrome.
Crayon, Etp , on Tuesdays and FrldayB
afternoon, and Saturdays morning nnd
B. BABNTIELD, Arllat,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
-MANY LFXES OF
at $1 a pair-
f Stent Bargain?.
piece to i-eleet
fiom are oll'eied at
Hinall line of
a Great Reduction !
A largo nssoilmeiH of HEAD T,HIS
Corner Hotel & Fort Street h.
Great Bargains !
I XG STOU K .
under tbo manngonient of MISR'
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and PLUMBER,
Coiner of King nnd Alaknii slteets,
Honolulu, II. I.
WorkshOi--Mut 201 tesidence--Mut 236
tig- Kstimntes furnished on all elasfes
of plumbing and tlnsmithlng woik.
First clas work msn ship and material
gum ante cd in all the nbove branches
of my business at rca? onahlc rates.'
IMPORTANT to ALL!
1 ESPECIALLY to those who believe
ll in equal rights, "The American
Sentinel," a weekly paper, the obeet of
which Is to show the evils of 'Religious
Legislation " One or more copies of
different dates can be had fiee, byap.
plying peisonnlly or by post to the
N. F. miROEBS,'
Honolulu, (I. .
S. Would be