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t'lediftd to nnthtr Sitl nor Party,
Hut estaltlithed for the bi-nrlit of all a
TUESDAY, FKIJ. 18, 181)0.
In reference to the rain of lust
week the Advertiser says, "We
have just had one of our tremend
ous old-fashioned kona." As a
matter of fact, it was a kona of n
remarkably mild type. The Adver
ser seems to have forgotten what
un old-fashioned koun is like.
A private letter from Kohala,
dated February l"tli, says: Knlua
Ilookano who was elected represent
ative is a promising young attorney
respected by all for his honesty and
integrity. lie ran independent and
has pledged himself that he will not
support Wilcox in his foolish con
Ilookano is one of the men the
Reform Party tried to keep out of
The statute against nliMttiettng
the sidewalks is, not attempted to be
enforced by the police. It it a mat
ter of daily observation to tec hore.s
and even vehicles obstructing the
pedestrian's right of waj Another
grievance is that of carriage? stop
ping athwart such poor crossings as
we have when there is no way round
them except through mud ankle
deep. A story is going the rounds of the.
press, which wat started by the
Vienna correspondent of the London
News, to the effect that the star
supposed to be the Star of Bethle
hem would reappear, for the seventh
time in the Christian era, this year.
The account lias come to our eyes
again in the form of a clipping drop
ped out of a London paper opened
in this olllce. It is proper to say
that late American papers contradict
the Vienna prediction on the
authority of reputable astronomers.
The Advertiser is angry because
the Ufi.i.KTis has not risked a libel
suit on Chinese evidence of justifi
cation, with regard to a "retainer"
of SoOO said to hare been paid by
Chinese to a member of the Legisla
ture to "watch" their interests there.
Let our contemporary only have
patience and it may get the whole
story to copy before very long.
There arc other legitimate methods
of investigation available besides a
libel suit. Only keep cool. The
Advertiser is also stirred up by our
reference to attempts of its party to
"woik newly-elected Ilawaiians on
the Chinese plan." That gentle
hint has probably had its due effect
of making the operators more care
ful, but we shall please ourselves as
lo when and how to expo-o the par
ticulars. It is well, in the mean
time, for the pnblie to know that the
reported boast of a Ileform Party
t outer, on the street, when the elec
tion news from the other islands
was posted, was not meaningless
when he said, "It looks like a tic,
coin will decide it, and we have the
A HANA ELECTION ECHO.
Kwroit lli'i.i.rnx: The election
is a tiling of the past, and it is to the
credit of the National Heform Paity
on Maul, that it did not require
rum, money, or intimidation to
create, an impression on voters fav
orable to its merits. lint these po
tent election factors are said to have
bceu plentifully used by the other
party in one of the liana piecincts.
Ueport says that many of the voters,
at the said precinct, imbibed too
much Heform wine to find their way
to the polls.
it is also reported that the mail
carrier from liana to Keanac was
discharged. Ho did not vote the
Heform ticket, he voted for National
Heform. No construction can make
this look as though a threat had
been made, and, as it did not work,
the mail carrrier had to be disciplin
ed as a warning to the future in
cumbent. Another mailcarrier es
caped the fate of the former by not
going to the polls. Oh, no! this is
The imported Heform candidate
inquired of the First Precinct In
pectors' messenger how the I'lu
jialakua teacher had voted, and was
told that the teacher's vole was his;
but through a printer's fault it bore
the other man's name, through the
chairman's fault it was dropped into
the box, and that the small Heform
vote was due to the fact that the
Government olliclals' cousins and
aunts didn't vote.
Hy the way, wouldn't it be nice
or somebody to explain why he
disciplined that mail currier immedi
ately after election? Krno.
Feb. II, 18110.
"Will you think of me after 1 am
gone?" klie asked. "Will you love
, jiic a9 much then as you do now?"
"More,.' ho said absent-mindedly,
A RECOVERED SPEECH.
Kinron Hi't.f.KTiN : The enclosed
document was picked ur on the
street near'lhV Armory, and from its
worn appearance, I should suppose
that it i a political speech that has
been n cjood deal studied over. 'The
time has passed when it would have
been of service to the canto it advo
cates, but it is perhaps worthy of
publication, as illtwtratinn the ora
torical style of the Hawaiian politi
cian. " ClII.KN.
Gentlemen: I appear befote you
tint evening on this platform as a
candidate for Noble. Let me say,
gentlemen, that I would prefe sot
to be a Noble. Such a position is
distasteful to me. My own profes
sion of blacking boots suits me best.
Hut. eeiitletneii. in the interest of
tills oppressed country, for the sake
of the poor kanaka who is being
trampled upon, in Mippoit of that
noble race the Portigee, I am pre
pared to tacrillce my own personal
feelings, and be a Noble.
Gentlemen, this country, if I am
not elected, is imoMi'n. Yes, gen
tlemen, iooii:i to he overrun with
that pestilence of the earth, the Asi
atic horde, and then what is to be
come of the aboriginal natives of
this beautiful land? Gentlemen,
Asiatic hordes means Chinamen,
and nu: Chint.m: misi ;o. They
must pack up their chopsticks and
vamoose the ranch. We don't want
'cm. What we want, and what we
are going to have, arc kanakas and
l'oitigecs. We will pay them - a
day. We will sec that' they all own
properly. They will have (if you
elect me) cottages with vegetable
gardens at the back and llowcr gar
dens in front. Gentlemen, 1 love
the kanaka and I adoie the l'orti
uee, and don't vou forget it. That's
the kind of man I am. I am not
like them other fellows that employ
Chinee cooks, get their clothes
washed by Chinese, and cat Chinee
grown vegetables. No, gentlemen,
1 am here as the champion of the
working men, the kanaka and the
much oppressed I'ortigce. All my
money is light here, gentlemen.
This country is good enough for
me. 1 would prefer to die in tills
country than to live in any other
place. If I had any children they
would all be bom here.
What we want, gentlemen, is good
Government. A Government that
will pay the working men big wages,
that will elevate the kanaka, and
cherish the I'ortigce. If you want
to sec this country boosted up, if
you want to sec the Treaty with the
L'nitcd States prolonged to eternity,
if you want to see sugar go up to l."
ceiits a pound, and working man's
wages mor'n doubled. If you want
all these things, I say, all you havo
to do is to support me as Noble and
get my party into power. Don't
believe the lies of the miserable par
ty who want to run this Government
for what they can make out of you.
No, gentlemen, elect us and get in
dependence. Once we get to hold
the reins of Government prosperity
will result as surely as night follows
the day. And, gentlemen, let me
once more say, don't you believe
what them other fellows' tell you.
COOD IMITATION OF COLD.
A well-known gentleman in l.irm
inghani has been experimenting on
metal resembling gold for nearly a
year, and has now got it down al
most to perfection. He stumbled
on it at tirst accidentally, while ana
lyzing some metals, and when he
icalized what he had found he went
to woik and soon produced a metal
which puzzle- the best ol jewelers,
is as heavy as gold, and to all ap
pearance is the precious metal it
self. When the gold test is applied
lo it the acid boils up a little, but
gives no other evidence that the
metal is other than gold, and when
wiptd off no mark or spot is left, as
is the case when the lest is applied
lo bra-s. It can be manufactured
at a eoit of about 150 cents a pound,
anil will make the best foundation
for gold-plated goods that can be
conceived. It is easily worked, and
can be drawn or hammered out with
little trouble, but is still very strong
and hard wearing. The metal is no
compound, it being only one kind,
and is reduced to its gold-like ap
pearance by the application of a
certain cheniic.il. The inventor says
there is no necessity for his taking
out a patent on it, as no one can dis
cover the secret of its manufacture
by analyzing it. lie has recently
produced tho metal in a reddish
color, which has a beautiful appear
ance, lie is still experimenting
with it, and expects soon to make a
move toward putting it on tho mar
ket. Within a few years it will be
hard to tell a SLID gold watch from
one tho ease of which costs less than
".". when the nowlv discovered me-
tal is produced.
SUBSTITUTE FOR FIRE HANO CIIEN
ADES. The value of hand grenades for
the extinction of incipient (Iros has
been abundantly, demonstrated, and
they aro to be found in corners and
corridors of many public buildings
and private houses. There is, how
over, no necessity for paying Taney
prices for this useful and indispen
sable article. A perfect substitute
for it is to be found in an ordinary
bottle filled with the solution. The
solution is composed of one pound
common Bait and one-half pound of
salammoniac dissolved in about two
quarts of water.
ONE ON THE PARSON.
Tho Hew Dr. E. P. Wright, rec
tor of Trinity Episcopal Church at
Wauwatosa, and St. Luke's Episco
pal Church at Hay View, missionary
canon of the diocese, dean of con
vocation, and secretary of the stand
ing committee of the diocese, enjoys
a joke at well as anybody. He was
very anxious to have' the recent
opening of the new church at Wauwa
tosa mentioned in the press, and
visited a newspaper olllce for that
"The church will be opened next
Sunday," he said, "and if possible
we would like very much to have a
reporter go out anil write, up the
"Doctor," was the reply, "re
porters have religious scruples about
working on Sunday, and it is very
surprising indeed thai you, of all
men, should attempt lo lead them
from the right path."
Dr. Wright laughed very heat lily
as he left the olllce.
STRANGE FUNERAL RITES.
A singular traditional umi.jc was
carried out at Lisbon some days after
the funeral of the late King. At
three principal places in the city
platforms were erected covered with
black cloth. A piocesslon passed
f i om one place to the other. The
chief municipal olliccrs of the city
and the chief personages of the late
royal household, all clad in deep
mourning, formed the procession,
which was preceded and followed by
cavalry in mourning, the colors
draped with black. Military bands
accompanied the march, playing sad
strains. Four shields, on which
were planted the royal arms were
borne aloft on long staves. A multi
tude of people, all dressed in mourn
ing, were present, several waiKing
with the procession. Arrived at the
platform, all the principal persons
took their places upon it, and one of
tho shield-bearers, advancing to the
front, cried out in a chanting tone:
"Wee)), O Portuguese, for your King
Doni Luis I. is dead." lie then
dashed the shield to the ground with
such violence that it was shattered.
This ceremony was repeated at the
other platforms. Then the proces
sion moved to the Church of Santo
Antonio da So, where a solemn re
quiem service was held. During the
whole ceremony all the bells of the
Cottage For Sale
SATURDAY, March 1,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX.
I will hell at Public Auction ut lhe,.pie-
niiscs, liichnrds street, opposite
the Hawaiian Hotel, Hie
5 Room COTTAGE
ll.ithioom, Pantry, Kitelien,
Seivuni's Cottage, Stables,
Carriage & Chicken Houses,
Lately tlif lcddenrc of the under,
Ti'.ieiis or m.im: cash.
tgy Buildings to he lemoved within
IT days fiom day of sale.
BOY to eany a newspaper route,
at this olllce.
i SITUATION as Hookkccpcr in
iv town or plantation. Address
"C. 1). P," this olllce. 48(1 Ht
IJWiKWOOI) for pain at Hawaiian
' Coninieielul Sttrg!nnm, comer of
Queen and Niiuanu Mi eels. 408 If
Passengers for San Francisco.
rpiIK Fine Fonr-niasled
J. Schooner "Oioa,'' liav.
f lions, will cany passengers
Francisco; she will ail in a
For fmlliiT inlormation
nnnlv In Captain on board or to
Tnr.o. JI.DAYIKS.fc CO.,
178 -It Agents.
VfJl. AI.l.KX Ul'TCIUXRON will
111. deliver the lire! of n course of
lecturer aid demonstrations on "Sculp.
tine," nt the Y. M. O. A. Hall, on Kill.
DAY, Fob 21st. at 7:m o'clock p.m.
As a duinonslialion Mr. Hntchinbon will
model a pouralt bust on tho stage of
sonic Individual selected from the audi,
ence. Admission $t, Tle.beiB inav be
had nt King Jims' Ait Stoic, Hotel
stiect. 4711 IU
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
Tn ineeilii'rnf the Hoard of Dlree-
oiN nt tint iwipininni ran; ---
elation, held Febiunry 10,
IhlMl, till) 101-
lowing gentlemen Merc
servo as olllceis dm lug;
Hon. A. S. Cleg-horn President,
Hon. Cecil lliown.. Yicc-I'residcnt,
Hon. W. ft. Iiwln Tieiisurer,
W. M. fill'mid Keeieiary.
W, M. Oil" FA 11D,
170 1 fiecietiuy.
ONE OF NATURE'S REMEDIES.
It is said that nature has her own
remedy for every ill to which flesh is
heir. Some of' her remedies have
not yet been discovered and some
that have been found out have not
become generally known. Medical
science lias long sought for a sov
ereign remedy for the scourge of
cliildhood,diphthcria,yct the colored
people of Louisiana, and perhaps of
other localities in the South, have
for years known and used n cure
which is remarkable for its sim
plicity. It is nothing more nor less
than the 'pure juice of the pine
"The remedy Is not mine," said
a gentleman, when interviewed, "it
has been used by negroes in tho
swamps down South for years. One
of my children was down with diph
theria and was in a critical condi
tion. An old colored man who
heard of the case asked if we iiad
tried pine apple juice. We tried it
and the child got well. I have
known it tried in hundreds of cases.
I have told my friends about it
whenever I have beard of. a case
and never knew it to fail. You get
a ripe pine apple, squeeze out the
juice and let the paliant swallow it.
The juice is of so corrosive a nature
that it will cut out the diphtheritic
mucus, and if you will take the juice
before it is ripe and give tins juice
to a person whose throat is well it
will make the mucus membrane of
his throat sore. Among those who
have tried the cure on my recom
mendation I may mention Francis.).
Kennctl, the Hoard of Trade man,
whoe children were all down with
diphtheria and were cured by this
lemedy. Mr. Kennelt conlirmed
the statement. fChicago Tribune.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
P.y nulcr of A .!. CAHTWIUOIIT,
Trustee or tin: Ktnt(inf Lytlia K. Plikni,
I will sell at Public Auction at my
Saleroom, Queen Miecl,
On MONDAY, Mareh
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
Situated on Foil street, opposite
LOT NO. 1-Hn W
Fori btiect and is
tinning mi mea
feet frontage on
nt feel tleep, eon.
of -1,10 1 square
LOT NO. 3 HnsftS feel fionlage on
Fort street and i over fill leel ilcrp,
containing an area of 4,fl!l'J -itiarc
There is a 10 font lane between the'.!
lots, thus giving double Montage to ihc
Thee are the moM desirable building
sites oll'i'Mil for Mile in llie city.
A plan of the Lois ean lie wen at my
1ST Sale Mihu-l
In ron Hi mat ion by
JAS. F. MOUGAN,
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
Cor. luecn Jk Xiiuiiuii NtH.
W OnodB of all description sold on
Mutual Telephone I'M.
fpilK undersigned has sold hi in
X teiest in llie firtr. ol Hop YIek
Co., doing a diy goods business nt No.
HI Niiuanu street, to Lcong Hop. All
bills against said firm will be paid by
Leong Hop. TOM KAT.
Honolulu, Feb. 1 1, ISilO. 47.-. 1 w
rpiIK undersigned, having resigned
X tin management of the Western
& Hawaiian Investment Co, (Limited),
on account of ill health, the Directors
of the Company in Dundee havo a p.
pnlutul Mr. Joseph IS. Alherton as
Manager in Honolulu, ns of :11st Decem
ber last W. I.. GItKKX.
Honolulu, .Jan. in, 1810. 4ti7 1w
A SITUATION ns Sugnr Clerk or
Niglil Watchman at n mill, or a
place as I.una on a good plantation
Has cxpeiienco and can tuinisli good
lefeiencc. Cull or address "M. K. I.,"
Hi'm.ktin Olllce. 457 If
COPIKRof the Daii.v Uru.r.TiN, ot
the dales specllled below, 'J' cents
a copy will be paid for tint same on
delivery at this olllce:
.Jan '.i, lS.S'.i, 1 eopvApr 8, lftfiti, 1 copy
.. jo, .. ; .. 10, " 1
Feb 4, ' H " Au,''J.S, " '2
NOTICE to SIUPJ'EKH.
17011 the more entlsfactnry arenmmn.
. diition of our patrnpa wo licg tn
suggest to iheni that in casus wlicro
diayBaroiefpiiied lor shipping goods
to nut-going steamers nnd coasters, or
in any ease wlicro icqnlred, at 1 o'clock
sharp of the day, they will Ibid that hy
ringing up Mutual Telephone No. 2U!i,
between 12:15 ami 12:45 in tint neon
hour that Mr. Ilewett will bo there in
person to receive all orders, nnd our
lilends will thereby greatly facilitate
business to the better satlslactlnn ol all
lU'STAOK & JtOHKHT.SOX.
ing a now form of Insurance which provides, in the'eveht of death, for a return of all premiums paid in :id
lo l lie amount of the policy, or, should Hie Insuicd suivive a given number of yeais, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with Inleictt ; or, instead or accepting the policy anil prollls in cash me leiral bonier
may, WITIIOUTMEDICALEXAMINATION and WITilOl'T FIIHTHF.H PAYMF.XTOF PUFMIUMS, lake in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and profits in FULLY PAID UP insurance, participating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United Stales, and the Lar
"est Financial Institution in the World, lis assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars. .
I" For full particulars call on or
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY.
LEMON, : CREAM
Sole Proprietors of
Giver Ale, Hon Ale, GronaQiiiB, Rasfltayafle,
Gate City Stone
These I'i It cis arc easllv elcaiieil,
mill XKVKK I otue CUACIiKI) or
CJIAZKI) by change of toiiipeiatiue of
The Klllcrinp Medium U n XATl'KA I.
STONE, mined from the earth. It U
unlike any oilier 'tone.
II Docs Not, Absorb
Heeome Foul !
IMPHUTIKS never l'KN'KTItATR
it, but lie on tlie surface anil internally
tbe stone icmains as pine ami while
after year of n-e n when lal.eu fiom
The (lute Clly Stone VI Iter is a per
fect Mircc". It K the only leal filter I
have ccr een. I would lint be without
one for any cniiMdeiatlon. Il conveits
our lake water Into Hit: lii'-l drinking
water in the vxiilil.
Ilr.NUVM. I.i max, M. D..
:.:.:! WcM Adams SI , Chicago.
HT For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opj fiiitu Sprockets & Co.'s L'ank,
lltl if Knrl street, Honolulu.
The undcrsigui it having been appnintel
agents lor the Hawaiian Islands
For the Celebrated
Baldwin -: Locomotives
From the woiks nt
BuiDliiiii, Pany, Williams & Co.,
Ale now prepared In give estimates and
receive orders tni llie-e engines, of any
sie and style.
The J'.AT.nwiN I.ocojiorivi: Womcs are
now mnmifacluiiiH! a style of l.neonio.
live pattieubirly adapted
For Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been
leci'ivcd at these Islands, mid we will
have pleasure in furnishing plantation
agents and manager with particulars
The superiority or Ihesn Locomotives
over nil of her makes is uot only known
here but is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Win. d. IRWIN & Co.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
4(12 d.184 w.ly
A MOOD l'asturo at Walklki, for a
limited number of horses, at rea.
sonnhln i.itcs. Apply to
451 1m W. H.AI.DIUCH.
Mucliino Mario I'oi !
PAHTIKS wishing to get Machine
Miulu l'ol can do m by having
their containers plainly marked ut
Henry Davis's Grocery Htore, ou Fort
street, l'ol will bo dellveied on Tues
days null Fridays. Containers must he
hilt not later than tho day before.
411111m JCAI.IH! J'O! FACTOUY.
fioriiiaii Snjisafto Mnvlcul
JUST opened in "Armstrong's Hlnck,"
near King Street Itrldge. For sale
fresh dullv Head Cheese, Frankfurter,
linlngnn, Frying, Liver, Smoked and
400 If Proprietor.
OF TSJ2TW YOHRIiC
man! jlruliiHs" of
and orders should ho addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
New Stock of
TV 13 V X8. 1
Jl'ST ItKCKIVKD AT
CORNER HOTEL &
Great Reduction Sale !
AKTEIt TAKINC, STO-CK I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
; OK THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Till X"elr wwy iSf.li, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(1 and 8 Buttons in perfect order
All my DIIKSS GINGHAMS about MO
Cost I'nee. A small line of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
HEAD THIS A large assortment of HEAD THIS
WI-IITJE IXRJESSS OOOIS,
Such ns Piques, Embroidered Swisses, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nainsook and
many other lines of White Goods. I will sell at such a
price that everybody will buy them.
jp Remember, February
! Feb 1-90
B. F. MLERS & CO.
Great Bargains ! Great Bargains !
-AFTER TAKING STOCK
MGoofcM at My Retail Prices!
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Real Estate Far Sale.
ouses nnd J.ots nn
ihello Lane. Palnma.
Convenient to steam mid trnin
cms. Very hcnltliy, locality. Lot on
Jving street, near Ilninauku's Lane. For
particulars npply lo .
nlf'l AM) ii
A N active American, "Kiilis1iinnn or
'y German, ol good hahlis nnd char
acter, who also speaks Hawaiian, nnd
can iiirnish llrst-cluss references, nisy
obtain a permanent situation as Col.
lector, by addressing P. O. ltox No.
110UKI2 to RUNT.
ALA1K1K 2 Story House,
first class in every res
peel, wll all necessary out.
buildings, lint! lawn, shade trees, llowcr
beds, etc , very desirably located within
10 minutes' walk or iho Post Olllce, will
he leased for one or more ycais, at a
icasnnahlc rental to a select private
family. Applv nt
HAWAIIAN IH'SINESS AG KNOW
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
& IRON WATER,
linril Waters, Etc.
33 T5 O TVS !
Chas. J. FISHELS,
Leading Millinery House, Corner T'otl .v. Hotel sts.
MANY LINKS OF
at a pair-
pieces to fcIccI
fiom aie oll'ered at
loth will closo this Sale, ftl
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
under tho management of MlSfl
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH and PLUMBER,
Corner of King am Alakcnsticels,
Honolulu, II. I.
Workshop-Mut 2G1 Residence--Mul 23C
Bed"-Estimates furnished on all classes
ol plumbing and tlusmithlng woik .
First class workmanship and material
guaranteed in all the above brunches
of my business nt icasonahlo rates.
A SMALL INYOIOK
Just the Thing for the Holidays
Pacjfic Hardware Co.
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