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Mill ' 'n ii '! mi1' i p i ' '"in i i -i !-
Pltilztit to nttthcr Sett nor Party,
Hut rstabthhetl for tl.c loirit of nil.
I'UKSDAY, MAIL I, 1890.
The Southern Parltfe Railway Co.
several monthi ao established a
colonization aifuw.v. AI1011L WO,
000 jiurus of fiuit and fatiiilii"; laml
near Bakersflclri have been divided
into twenty acre farms, and during
the year several hundred families
from England and Illinois will settle
nn them. Such arc the results of
organized colonization effort.
The I'acilic seems to lie rivaling
the. Atlantic in records of f;nt pas
sago?. Lately mention was made
hem of a remarkably quick trip of
the ist earner Parthia ftom Yokohama
Jo Vancouver. The steamer Kaiser
Wilhelm II., of the North German
Lloyd line, on the return tiip from
her ilrst visit to Australia, has made,
the voyage, from Adelaide to South
ampton, England, in JIG days includ
ing stoppages. She was nine days
ahead of her contract time.
The Supreme Court of the I'nitcd
States has alllrmed the constitution
ality of the test oath adopted by
Idaho to pi event Mormons fiom
voting. In its opinion the Court
Males that bigamy and polygamy
are crimes by laws of the United
States and of Idaho. While religious
liberty is guaranteed by the consti
tution, it does not follow that every
thing called religion can be tolerat
ed. "Crime," says the opinion, "is
not lesi excused because it is sanc
tioned by any particular M'ct that
may designate it as religion."
The mortuary leport for Febru
ary, although showing a decrease
from the previous month, presents a
s-till high death rate. There i a
deplorably laige infantile mortality,
the deaths under one year fniming
nearly 1)2 percent of lite whole, and
all under 10 years approaching 47
percent. Compared with the corres
ponding month in Ihe previous four
years the maximum increase of
deaths last month was nearly o."i per
cent, and the minimum a shade over
the high figure of -.' percent. Pro
bably the prevalence during the
month ot the world-widejinlluenza
epidemic accounts for a share of
this unfavorable exhibit.
The National Zeitung of Berlin,
commenting on a political pamphlet,
compaies the relation betwecnGer
manyand Austria after the battle of
Sadowa with that between Germany
and France after the battle ot Se
dan. In the former ca-e Austria
accepted her defeat as the hcttlc
ment of an old issue, while Prance
icgarded the change of boundary
between her and Germany as an
accident of the campaign. France
did not perceive and would not
recognize the difference that the
union of Germany had made in
r.uiopp. "The question of the pro
tection of Berlin, " says that otlicial
journal, "is not so important as
that ot gum ding Southern Ger
many against invasion."
THE FRIEND'S DEFENSE.
Ourchaige ot misrepresentation
against the Friend's statement of
Ihe election results was based on the
paity lists of candidates before the
election. These were unchallenged
then and should be accepted now
until any of the members signify a
change of base. The Advertiser
transposed the names of some men
fiom the Opposition column, as pub
lished by itself before the election,
to the Ministerial column when the
men in question were elected. Bet
ter things weie expected of the
Fiiend than lo take results compiled
iu this manner. As to the Inde
pendents, there aie only two, who
were clearly repudiated by the Min
istry before the election.
Willi regard to the question of
plalfoims and the adoption of candi
dates, we decline to accept the cii
terion presented by the editor of
the Friend. It is unfair to gauge
the National Ueform Party's inten
tions by what may have been the
erratic or extreme utterances of two
or three of its individual candidates.
Perhaps, Indeed, there is not a total
lack of evidence 'that the writings of
Mr. Bush on the segregration policy
wero in some instances piovoked by
harshness, unfairness, or want of
tact iu the execution of the law.
The editor ot the Friend isgieatly
iilaimed at the possibility of Na
tional Ueform men ruling because
of the ptrong pressuie that would
be brought on them to let lepers
loose, on llio country, it is strange,
then, that there was no such pies
sine exercised to make National He
form candidates declare themselves
as favoring such a repulsive policy.
Throughout the repoils of meetings
held by the National Ueform paity
dining the campaign, there is not
a word lecordcd from tin plaifonn,
or a eiy or question from the audi
ence, against the policy of segi ela
tion of lepers. We have never heaid
of the slightest breath of opposition
to that policy between the nomina
tions and election. If Mr. Bush
agitated against it as a policy, he
did so entirely on his own responsi
bility. The weapon of peisonal allusion
used by the Friend editor ought in
all decency to be left to inst on the
shelf. It is a double-edged swoid.
The lieform parly was fain to util
ize the "National'' sentiment by
putting a member of the Kaimiloa
Cabinet on its ticket. It accepted
the notorious reactionist Kaulukott
to stop a gapin its ranks. It is claim
ing men whom its politicians lately
denounced. It is even reported to
be negotiating a division of power
vvilli the dangerous National Ueform
men whoe rule is foichoded by the
Fiiend as calamitous. In view of
all these things it is scarcely becom
ing in any champion of that paity
to strike the National Ueform party
over the shoulders f two or llnee ot
Entnu: Iki.i.r.iix: That little
grumble in the Gazette, signed by
three cornered Mais, reminds one
living in this land of sorebacked
horses, that when a little lly. im
pelled by cuiiosity alone, having no
wicked intentions', loudly piolesting
hU innocence, and even shedding
tears of pity over lliat Jailhful but
maltreated seivant ot man, alights
upon that tender spot, the horse
unsympathetic ciealurel will wag
his head and swing his tail to gel lid
of the lly.
It will lie time enough to "bury
the hatchet" when no oppressions
remain to be exposed, and political
parties grow so honest that they
would cease to err, when people be
come so intelligent that there would
be no need of political meetings and
party workers (who will always suit
their arguments to the case) to in
struct voters how lo vote and furnish
Three cornered stars, don't want
any more oil poured on the lire, and
yet lie took pains to mention the
politics of the man committed for
perjury, while not stating the poli
ties of the other man. Please
practise a few of the precepts you
preach, for don't you know that's
onesided and opposed to what you
wanted me to dor Perhaps the
other man, too, belonged to the
National Ueform party. Too bad
thi bad National Ueform paity
wasn't beaten in Wailuku.
The Wailuku people would like to
sec their streets macadamized, but
I don't suppose the Ueform majority
(r) would entertain such a sensible
project; a road up Punchbowl suits
their ambition better; a road up Ian
valley would be nearer their policy
of public impiovement.
I must apologize to the liana
postmaster for some of my remarks.
These mail carriers are great story
makers or yarn spinners. One of
Iheln circulated a nasty S2000 yarn
just before election. He was fairly
cornered and forced to swallow his
own nasty product. One of the
mail carrieis on the liana route
fairly made the Ueform people sick
by circulating a yarn that the Ueform
candidate was so deeply snowed un
der that the National majority was
about sixty at eacli precinct. But
it is only human natuic ; without the
mail earners and their yarn", it
would be lonesome in the
March 1, 1800.
THE FRIEND IS SQUARE.
Knrroi: lin.i.KTiN: i'oiir btric
Ituci upon the Kriciul seem to inviti'
reply in your eoltimns. It milit
have heen fairer tor you to have
credited the Friend with the essen
tially modifying statements append
ed to its ligiucj as quoted ly you.
"Two or more of the 211 are Inde
pendent," etc. As you do not point
out the "lalsifying" of results iu
iny tifjures, I do not know what you
consider their inaccuracy. Does
any one certainly know the precise
complexion of all the members
I submit that the two parties aie
incntiiely dilfercnt positions as to
platforms. The one lias demon
strated its policy on some points by
nearly three years of active service,
and properly presents only a few
lines ol plaifonn. The other party
has no previous record as an organ
ization, and piopcrly presents an
extended plaifonn f?'"f? '11,( lu
tails. Omissions in the platform of
tho Keloid) party on established
points iu its policy are not signill
cant. An omission on the same
points may be very significant iu the
other party's platform.
Mr. J. K. littsh has long waged a
bitter war upon the llefoim Govern
ment for segregating the lepers,
even advising the latter to shoot,
down the olllcers of the law. The
National ltefortn Paity have allied
DAUiY ian,TiETITT: TIOWOUJUT, II. T
Pedigrees of All
The fiillnwlmr Fine Aiihnils will
-I-iimI fin -ervlteat llii'Miicli. Wal.il.ic:
Two Native Stallion-
"PILIAOAO" & "THANK."
themselves with Mr. liu-h. taking
him into honorable fellowship, and
greatly profiting by his assistance.
It is not lo be supposed that they
have adopted hi3 extreme views,
but in view of their alliance with
him, it becomes matter of anxious
inquiry how far Ihey aie likely to
feel liis influence in their policy?
I'nder these circumstances, I think
the silence ol their platform upon
(lie subject ol lepiosy justly awak
ens a grave doubt whether they are
aimed with such posiiiveness of in
tention to maintain, il iu power, (lie
strict segregation of lepers, as will
keep them tioin making such quiet
concessions to the feelings of Mr.
Bush and his "National" ti lends as
will be necessary in older to retain
llieir political support. I may be
misled by bias and prejudice, but I
do not expect thai they will icsisl
tht' pressure. I adhere to my state
ment thai the iience of their plat
form is s-iirniiieaut. They speak ol
"the health ol the count ty at large,"
and ol Honolulu iu pailicular, but
priidentlv avoid the binning ques
tion ol the "Nationals."
Kimtoi: or iin: Fun m.
Mr. Justice Mct'ully has rendered
a decision in the ease of Su Wai vs.
.1. II. Soper, Marshal, overruling
the judgment ot the Police .Justice.
Mr. Justice Bickeilon to-day
heard the petition ol Peter Kahaule
for letters of administration of (lie
estate of K'ukiiinui, ol Honolulu,
deceased intestate. J. A. Maj-oon
appeared for petitioner; A. Uomi,
for Kahalepaakai. 1 1 was ordered
that letters of administration be
issued to David Dayton under S.'jUO
Lau Wai and .Ino. Fskichello re
manded to Gth and nth.
S. Kuaole, deserting contract
service, oidered to return. Costs &."..
One man foifcitcd bail for diunk
Akiua was lined 5150 vvilli costs tl
for carrying deadly weapon.
rpiIKIM: will lie a ino'linj; of the
X liiiililiii it Loan A"Ocl,itiou al
the Chamlier of Coiiiiiipiim- oii VK1
XPhDAY, Miueh fi, ls'.H), al l'. o'eiocU
noon. Per )iriler.
I!:i 11 CHAIKMAN'.
Prussiitii Niitional Insur
Dl'KI.NO Mr. Jilciiicii-cluii'lilcrs ali
scnci) I shall ntti'iiil to llii!liiii-nc-s
ot nliov)' Company lieu', ami I am
now ii'.uly to will)' ln-iuanc): on favoi
Ili.l Iw ll-J'li! ''I',1",-
DJtAFTXo. IL's-. diawii liv the Ito
iioniu .Siifwr Co. Peli." Iu, 1MKI.
fur ft!'.2l) lias hcen lo-l or stolen. All
pai Ik's are hereby warned aiiinl
nefjoliathiu same. ' IIU tin
BY a man nT uxpeiieucc. a piuiilon a
conk for private family, hold,
lio.uilhu; liou-e or laucli. Applv al
this uillcc. t ;i
rY a u;ontlrm:iu who Is tcmpniaiily
' I'lifj.icil as bnnUI.ecprr iu one ill
llou as such
ioii-)- a lieriiiiiiicnl iin-l-
Aliply 111 I.IU1IN Otllce.
COIMKSof till! DAII.V III I.I.I-.1IN, ill
Ihe il.ilcs spccillcil below. ."(I cents
a enpv will he paid for the same on
ilclhciv al this otllce:
FOR SAL 13
TIUKWOOI) tin talc m Hiiwilliui
(Miuinciciiil H'lV'sioonw, (oni'-i ol
Queen ami Nuiinnii stn clh. 'If.rf tt
TO liET or LEASE
ON Younc htircl, op oile
Ice Workx, h riiuiill
CotlnL'o (Oiitaiiiiiu; '1 kioiim;
lnrjjo stable nml yiml, nrlcsliin vvnler
liihl on, vciy ilcslinhle loi buck uriliay
biislne's. Applv to
180 If At K. P. Mull i.Vi.V)ii.
Ivcal ICslalc For Sale.
WO Houses nml Lots on
Itohdlo l.iine, P.ihim.i.
H I.OUVI'1111'lll IO HII'lllll ami 1 1 II 111
,'mv hcnltliv lornlllv. I.nt nn
Kluir sti eft, iioar Iliimiuilcu'M Jjikj, For
particulars apply to
.IOIIN K. HOWMSn.
Or Tims. T. nulicl;. - PJ0 ilni
roi: mai.i :
Stallion of unions Inri'iN.
Miirn wllli or without fo il.
Ilnisc for any piupo o.
A Skilful Itreaker nnil Ti.iincr i- em
ployed on ihe much,
IS-" Sali-hclioii 1 guaninecd 111
IhimUii'' ami li.ihihi" lioi-es.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
AT IO I. Ill U A. "H..
At Ihi'M'-lilem r.M lis. COY INCH IN".
No. llii! Niiii.iiiii iiveime (at le.ir of the
lesiilfiiee or His K. .loiinlli.ui AiMln).
I will M'll :il Pillilie Aui'lioii Ihe
Household -:- Furniture
Upholstered Lounge & -Chairs,
Ver.mtl.i Clnb-, .
Jilack Walnut, ('. . ( hubs
Black Walnut Marbletop Table,
('it)l.iin- vl On nice.
1 B. W. Marbletop Sideboard,
CleekeiV , (.l.lVill
Coulraetor ffii&ftZ & Buildor.
Cilimalcs Given on Diick. Iron. Slonc A
VooOcn IluiliUngs. Jobbing
ki i-.i's rot: bAi.i:
Brick, Lime, Cemsnt, Plaster of Paris,
Mat hie Dust, AVlie Lalh.
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
QnauvTileiiiMS led. while ami li'.ue,
Million. Plastic ami encaustic 'ilk's In
viuioiis p.itii'in-, all l.lnils of Dialling'
CS?" Orrici' Siiiillie.ist coiner Ala
ke.i ami (.Ud'cii sticct-.
Mutual- -VwaTCLCIMIONESft'Bcll 351
i ui: svi.i in
till Xo. HI' hlnj; sticct. -'W
Fa P..11I. "( ). W'liilmoie.
v i.i r-
ALLEN & RQBENSON,
I'.IO Xo. llHJiu sued. Iin
Ill ST ItF.CEIVED!
rnn sai.i iiy i in:-
J. E. BROWN,
Old Capitol Uullilbi.
Agent to take Acknowledgment to Con
tracts for Labor
Iu the DMiii't of Honolulu, M.iiiiI of
Oiihu. !! 1 n
DINH ini2''u MiiIiim
lv Oiloilens Pxcivallnn,
MARPlI 1, 180O.
a ill! tea
Pi iMiing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition to Ihe amount of the policy, or, should the insured sijrvivc n given number of yeais, the Company will
l c-l in ii all the piemiuuiH paid with luteicsl; or, instead of accepting the policy and prolils in cash the loual holder
may, wmi)riMKI)ICAI. EXAMINATION and WITIKUT FUKTIIKI. PAYMENT OF I'HE.MH'MS, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollls in Fl'LLY PAID L'P insiuance, paiticipaliug annually in tlividi nil-.
Ueinonilier, this contrael is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company iu the Tinted States, and liiu l.ar
get Financial Institution in the Woild, its assets exceeding One Hundred and Twenty-Six Millions of Holl'iit.
&? For full patliciilars call on oi addicn
Dee-'-M-.S!' General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Milk liiead, Sml.i Cinel:ei,
(ii.ihaiii llie.ul, Mil 1 1 1 r fhnel.er.
live Iliead, liodton Ciael.oi ,
Pieneli ISiesuI, Water ('nickers,
Kninily Uiend, (liahnni Ci.tekeis,
Twist lnciiil, Shoolly Cuickci'i,
Itdiu ill Sain BreaH, Jnilis, Mm Snaps, Mu Gate, Etc., Elc.
&r And will be DKI.IYKItKJ) I-'llKK of OHAKdi: to any p.ut of the city. yfl
ItllVr.. ol PAKF.:
('..Hi.-. TV.i, Chuenl.ilo .t Milk,
Sote id Pin's Feet, CM Ham,
Spieed Tensile, Spiced lleef. Sal.iiN, i:ie.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
! & f'ijvsu'cdo Tohiieuo,
cjST Oncii fiom ::.::() a. m.
TAHITI : LEMOPJA
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
GiiildF Als, nop Me, Greiiailiiie, Raspfierryafle, Sarsaparilla, Mineral Waters, Elc.
sr All roninutnu'utioiiH jjihI orders slionld be addreHsed lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
IVJOW lint the vjlny ec.ison is upon
X u, everlioily wiuits a ilnnr unit
tlnil witl lie nn oiiiniiiciil al tin- front
ihmr, mill i!l llinro iglily ilo the woil;
ii'ipiireil of it Tlie
Is jiit the Ihiiijf. It cat not lcoo'iic.
snaUeil by 'alii, ua i tli ' cifc with lllicr
iniito, iunt il ulwayi. l.ecw Icitn. lii'lug
mailc of (btlviiileil Wlie
hey Cannot Rust
A ilo iiiiiny of ilic wiie mnU now in
U'C Thev nr.i l.tr Hiipi'lini to nml tnr
mine i'iuhIiIc ill. in lllici or inliln i. Can
lie liutl ol Sltd ire at
Ihivvniinii Hardware Co.,
OlUHSltC HIIICcKcIh ,'c Co ' P.illli,
NEW YORK LINE !
VX Al Ves-el will be despatched for
Honolulu lo sail fiom New Yolk
hi nil (lie month of Aniil. Outers for
jcooils to lie shipped by Ibis vessel
i-houhl he foiwaided as eaily a' )o-i-hle
to bisiue shipuicut Por fiulhcr
p.iillcul.iis imiiibe ol the Aleuts,
Honolulu. II. I.
Or, W. H.OKOsSMAViV ItltO..
"7 iV. 71' ltio.nl sticct,
h.-i'Jin New YoiKOIly.
a i vtnii: coNSKiNvir.NT or
New Zealand Oats
I Oil NAM?
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
UfiUBON FEED CO.
"WSJ F" 'Wcf iCs?,Fsw?,w8va
wwmw jjmujm.ii'Lnimmitf.muM.uw.JW --itj.wjwi.-Mj.-jm.iMswox-,j..MiHws
OUT NEW YOKK
emsri S-IrH3 i1!3
u.a.i" u fsmctiiiisrr.
ALWAYS OX HAND AND TO OUDKlt
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts. Picnic Roils,
a i.ahoi: a.ssoimvikn't oi
Pipes, Cigsir & CignroHo Holders, Cold Drinks, I2(.
until !::!() i m. Katuiday niuhl. oimmi all liiidil. Hell Tflenhone 2S2.
llloc. .'o. 77
Freiicli, Eailisli ana American Dry ami Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have just icceived by last Austuilia a line lino of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard !
Just the niatoiial for Spiing and Summer Wear.
Hew Stock of Ladies Hats
TV 1 W Ti. I. TJ BON8 !
.11'. st kci:ivi:i) at
Chas. J. FISHELS,
Tho Leading Millineiy Hdiise, Coiner I'Ynl it Hotel sty.
Great Reduction Sale !
Al'TKIJ TAKLNO STOCK'
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OP TIIK FOLLOWING OOODS
'X'ill letornai-y l.tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves !
0 and 8 Uutlons in perfect oider at 1 a pair (beat HniKaiim.
All my DKKSK CUXHHAMK about 110 pieee.s to select fiom mo olleied al
Cont 1'iiee. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
HEAD THIS A largo iiFsoilment of HEAD THIS
WX-IITJE XMRJEJSS GOODS,
Such as Piques, Enibifiidered Swipsesi, India Linen, Plain Swin.s, Nuin-ol; and
ninny other lines of While Onodn. I will hell at mioIi a
; luieu that eveiybody will buy them.
gj" Henienibi'r, Febiuary lfilli will eloso tliis Sale. ,tj
1S7 I in
& FOliT STREETS.
PLAII - IMM
MANY LINK.-! OF
Corner Hotel & Fort Htrootp.