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WEDNESDAY, MAK. , 19U.
A POLITICAL PROPHET.
The following N a cahled resiew
of Sir Charlei DilkeV now hook,
called "The l'l chimin ot Ureal llil
tiiln," a work of two volumes pul)
llsliud In London January 15 1 :
In his work Ihc author expresses
the belief that the woi Id in the fu
ture will he divided among the
Anglo-Saxon, Russian and Chinese
raee-J. France lie says may grow to
he a great military and naval power,
and Germany mav also acquire a
f?reat navy as well as a great army,
lieside amassing tremendous wealth.
Hut so rapid is the increase of Ureal
Hritaiu and Amerira in strength and
riches that before the next century
is ended the French and (Sermnii
nations are likely to appear little
more than pigmies beside the ISrit
ish and Americans or the Russians.
Sir ChaTlcs thinks that the Chinese,
in expanding the limits of their
population across the seas, will tend
10 fall under the iullucncc of India
and the llrillsh colonic, and so be
come a powerful lactor in the great
civilization of the world and one of
the "leal est ot dominant powers.
It is tiresome to still hear repeated
the campaign liclion tiiat the Na
tional Ileionn Tarty was predisposed
to reaction. The one point the
Hawaiian hianch of the party stood
for was an abatement of the pro
perty qualification of voters for No
bles. This fact is a reason in itself
why the demand should be consid
ered a, reasonable. Hut the leaders
in the agitation on this point were
not all natives or even aspirants
lor political preferment. One of
the ablest newspaper contributors
to the discussion opposed the fran
chise as it stands out of a sense of
justice and as a close student of
constitutional government. Another
frequent correspondent of this paper
on the question took part in Ihc l!c
lorm movement of 1887, and, from
exceptional opportunities, discovered
later that the solitary ground of
opposition entertained by Ilawaiinns
in the country toward the results
was that they frit that this particu
lar provision was designed to curtail
their privileges us born subjects of
the Kingdom. One curious inci
dent of the campaign was that of a
certain Reform orator almost in one
breath bewailing the disaffection of
Ilawaiians toward hi- party and de
nouncing the opposite party who had
enlisted the sympathies of the race
tor both progress and reform. It
did not require much clairvoyaney
to divine that the grief of this politi
cian and his clan was more over the
loss of Ilawaiians' voles than that
of their affections.
ENCLISH CAPITAL IN AMERICA.
Amory H. I.ydston, a London
capitalist, while in Chicago on his
way to visit silver mines in Colorado,
gave an interviewer reasons for the
large investments of English capital
in America. There are twelve gi eat
syndicates in England which have
representatives in tin Stales on the
lookout for piolitabU' investments.
Wealthy Londoners who Used to buy
securities from the syndicates at
home now cross the ocean to per
sonally invest their money. Ameri
can investments pay them better
than anything they can get in Eng
land. It is veiy hard to promote
new schemes or projects in London.
A big fee has to be paid the fJovcrn
mcut. before the stock of a foreign
company can be tloated on the
money market. The conservative
London capitalist i content with
less than thiee percent Interest, lie
will not invest in any company that
is advertised to pay more than six
pciccnt. The banks will not pay
inteieston deposits however laige.
"Under these ciicumstances," IIr.
Lydston says, "the progressive busi
ness man must look outside of Eng
land for profitable investments.
Formerly his llrsL thought was of
the colonies, but now he tiuns to
America. This Mow of wealth from
England to America must lend to
bind the great English-speaking
l'owers closer in friendly iclations.
English moneyed inlluencc will be
increasingly against whatever may
threaten to diminish the prosperity
ir disturb the peace of the I'nited
Slates. In other woids, where o
much of Iliitish treasiue is, a cor
jcspondiiig shaie of licit Mi sym
pathy will be til-n.
.$' Francisco, J''?b. Jo, per
online W. G. Irwin.
The l'. . S. Marion has .been or
deied home fiom the China st'itiou.
The special committee ot the
House has reported two bills on the
Wot Id's Fair, one (King the place
in Washington and the nthei with
the place blAiik.
At noon Feb. 1 Mhe niodu-i-vend!
between the I'liited Slates
and Canada, legarding the iMieiies,
expired, ami it was not divulged at
Washington whether it would be ic
newed. The new rules of the llou-e ot
Representatives have been adopted
b, a strict party vote 101 ayes,
ljt noes. Their adoption is con
sidered a great victniy for Speaker
Reed and the Republicans.
Two young men were arrested at
Denver and confessed to n plot to
kidnap Senator Tabor and hold him
for S.10,000 ransom.
l'arnell moved an amendment to
the address to the (juccu, calling
attention to the vexatious, trivial
character of Halfour's method of en
forcing the Coercion Act.
Clias. Gloster, of the U. S. army
and a member of the Schwatka
epedition, lias made sensational
charges against 1'ioctor, Secretary
Paymaster General Rochester of
the l'. S. army was to letire from
olllcc, being (II years of age, on the
l.'ilh. Candidates for the place have
been in the Held some time.
The. Toronto University building,
Toronto, Canada, was deslioyed by
fire on the 1-lth. It was a Norman
structure and would cost a million
lo build to-day. The library con
taining !12,000' volumes was lost.
There were three volumes of Sans
crit valued at 8:20,000, only two
more copies of which evist in the
world. The iniiscuin valued at
100,000 was aKo dcstroyed,and the
total loss is estimated at $-.2,000,000 ;
on which there is insurance of Sl".,
000. Louis Rubenstein of Montreal,
the champion fancy skater ot Ame
rica, won the championship of the
world at St. Petersburg Feb. 1:1.
He was ordeied to lenve Russia
within 24 hours if he was a Hebrew,
but appealing to the lhitish Minis
ter lor protection he received that
olllcial's card. On the card being
shown the police they left him alone.
The Sultan of Zanzibar died of
lietween ;iOO and 100 "boomers,"
who rushed into the Sioux reserva
tion within ton minutes after news
of the President's proclamation ar
rived, were suinmaiily turned out
1j3' the Government police in protec
tion of the Indians' rights.
The conference at Melbourne has
voted unanimously for Austialian
A new cabinet, involving no pol
itical signilicance in the change,
has been formed in Peru.
It is reported that the Gentiles
have carried the elections in Salt
The sugar question is causing the
Ways and .Means Committee trou
ble. It is possible the clause re
ducing the duty and giving a bounty
will be struck out.
The Hritish corvette Conquest is
on shore on the island of Pemba,
thirty miles north of Zanzibar.
The Panama Canal Commission
looks with favor on two plans lor
completing the undei taking.
Empci or William in opening the
German Stadtrath called attention
to the labor question and suggested
the consideration of measures for
the protection of workmen from the
"sweating pif'cess" and for Ihe limi
tation of lumrs of labor for women
The Earl of Sydney is dead,
leaving no successor to the title.
The" I louse has passed the bill to
reimburse the sufferers by the
foundering of the vessels Vandalia
and Trenton at Samoa in March
last. It provides for a sum not ex
ceeding twelve mouths' pay to the
bereaved women and children.
Lieut. J. C. Wilson is allowed the
6 120 lost by him on the passage
from Apia to Auckland.
At a sparring exhibition by .lake
Kilraiu and a troupe at Dallas,
Texas, Ran.ia of the combination
killed Tom James of Dallas with a
blow in tlio fourth round. Kilraiu
and party are held for murder.
A FORMER VISITOR.
"CnckniKiie," the London eorre--pondt'iit
of the San Francisco Aigo
naut, writes an intcrGsling letter on
the latu "eccentric Sir Percy Shelley,
llart., and his successor." Sir l'eiey
was the only son of Percy lSysshe
.Shelley, and hy his death "the
male line nl des-cent from the fam
ous poet becomes extinct, and tho
barom'lc'3' devolves upon Sir Percy's
nephew, Kdward Shelle, of Aviiifj
ton, in the county of Hampshire."
The present baronet has been a
great roanicr who tiaveled the earth
lor adventures. Ho joined the Turk
Mi Itashi-Haxoiiks in tho Crimean
war, for his services being cieatc'd
a pasha by the Sultan. He spent
two years hunting and exploiing in
Atiica and is mentioned in one of
Gordon C'iimininfj;'s woiks. doing
next to America he sought excite
ment on tho prairies, was captured
by Indians, whose ways he. adopted
ho heartily that they madn him their
chief. When after two years of
ckicfublp he made hi escape and
DAILY fttTj.tilflTlN : UOtfOUJf.tr, 11. t,,
WAIALAE BREEDING RAM
Pedigrees of All
Tlie following Klnc Animal' will
-I mil fni tilie nt tln I'llii li. W.iliMe :
W.ll-l I M.illl.m
.Vol III. Ill Slllllillll
'I liiiliillglilili'd St ;i 11 1 nil
Two Native Stallion-
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
reached Chicago, he visited China
and .Japan where he had many ad
ventures. It. was on his way lo
lapan that he stayed awhile in the
Hawaiian Islands, a fact for which
we are indebted to the recollection
of Hon. .lohn O. Dominis. It was
about the year 18."i8 and the Gov
ernor remembers the isitorns show
ing the spirit that made his adven
turous recoid. He was advised not
lo take the ship on which he had
engaged passage to China, as she was
an old hull; not very seaworthy. His
reply was that the captain was a
good soit of a fellow and he thought
he should have a llrslrate time.
AMIXTIN'O of tin- stockholder., of
Ihe Union lion Voil- Co. will he
held nl the olllee of J. N. S. U'llli.tm-,
Toll stiei'l. at lOsllil o'clock A. M.,
TIll'ltsDAY. March (!, IhHO. I'.H It
ffMIK loinl Oinmiltic el the Merlin.
X nirV A: Woi ki until fa's I'olilic.il
I'ln'ertive Union ."iml the Ilawnii'in
Poll lent iWmlulflii will meet in the
Knights of I'vihii Hall, Foil street, on
FRIDAY, Mntch ".III This Coinn Mice
of Thitly me teqiK'nlcil to he in itlleni).
mire al 7.:!') o'clock e M "-hup, :is lue-i.
)ie-s of iin;ioiliin''e will he mihinilli'.l lo
them Per order.
Jlono'iilu, .Mai eh fl, 1P!0 '!U ill
Haw aihn Voi.t nti'i k-. (
llomilulii, iMuieli T,, lh.0 1
1KHSUANT lo order fiom
lleiuhpiarleis and in con.
funnily with the Milit-iry Acl
of 1HS, thn Coniiiiis'dniied 0(11.
ccM of the llinvuii.in Voluntecis
nir. herehy ordeieil to lcpnrl at
ilin Iillk'S Arinorv, in Fatigue
U'Wia L ailini. on -Ml'.M'Ai, mttioii
liii in. IhllO, nt 7."0 e. m sliinn, for
the purpose of nukini; a fuillier nnini.
liulion lor Colonel lor lliu eni-iiiii; two
ye.iiB. I'.v ouler.
11. V. Iir.llBAKI).
40 1 ."it Mn.ior.Com 1st Hat It Vol
i'mssian National lusur
Dl'ltlN'O .Mr. lilemeiioeliiieliler'o ah--eiiee
I -hall attend lo Ihe lnii-ne-
of ahovo Conip.iiiy heic. and I am
now icaily lo wiile In-iuaiico on favor
ELECTION !' OFFJOEKS.
AT the annual incetlnj; of the stockholder-
of the liiler-l-l:ind Steam
Xiuljl.ilhm Co., (L'd). held ihN day,
the following olllcer- were elected fin
the eii-nlui; year:
W. It. (iodfiey Pre-ldent.
.1. I'.iiit ' Vlco-l'ic-iilent,
.1 L. .McLean Secret aiy,
V. II. McLean Tieanrer.
T. W. Hohloi udlloi-.
V. 15. (iodfiey, (5. X. Wilcov, .1.
Lna and M. T.-Johln-on
.1. L. .Mcl.LAN,
Seeielnrv I. I. S.N. Co.
Honnlnl 1 1, Maieh I,'lb',i0. I':t lw
BY a man of expeilenee, :i po-llion a
cook for pilv.ite family, hotel.
hoii-e or ranch.
T")Y a geiitlemnu who I- lenipoiniily
J engaged as honkkecprr In one ol
tin' leaillng li(iii.e a pernnincnt ihi-I-lliill
a- -llell. ApplV 111 I.I I'.l I.N Olllee,
CtOHKSof Ihn Daii.v 111 t.i.iriN, (it
the dale, -pecilled lielow, ."ill ci'iil
a copy will he iniil for ihe same on
delivery at this olllee:
.liiiuiniy iri, 1NS'., ; Ciipien.
Ffliriiurv . IHH. it 'ihM.
lor mle nt lltiwiiinn
Coinuieicial Sahnooni'. coiner ol
Queen iiml Nnuiiiiu siieels. DtHll
TO LET or LILVSE
ON Yoiiinr stirel, oppo-iln
I cm WorkH, a rinmll
Cnttiijo coiitnininj.; l loom ;
Inrge sliihle and ynul, aileshin wnlcr
laid on; veiy desii'iihle for hack or iliny
lnisbic'is. Apply to
CO tf Al K. O. Hall ,t ri'in.
Howl Estalo For Salts.
rpWO Humes and I.otKoti
L liolicllo bane, I'lilnma,
Cnnveiihul lo sieain and ti.uu
curt.. eiy neaiiny loenuiv. 1.01 on
Ivinur btu'el.nenr IliiuiaiikuV lino. Kor
piirtieiilur apply In
John i uowi.int
Or Ohm. T. Qnlick. -I'lnilm
1NG up 8(1 Minim
i Hi: mai.i.:
M:llli.ily (if Viiilnus ini'i'il-.
M.1KM Willi ur Wlllllllll fell,
lliu , fur any pinpn e.
A SMIful Itrcnkcr ami Tiahirr l cin
plo.wd mi Ihe imicli.
l&ff" Satisfaction 1- guniiiiitceil In
hiealihig and unliiiu.1' hni-e-.
Auction Sales by James -F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
On WEDNESDAY.MmvHi ."
AT in ):. (ICU A. .11..
Al the tchleuee of MK8. COVIN) iTON,
No. Ki'i Nmiiiim nvemie (al le.ir of lli
residence of l- V.. iloiiiithiin Ausliii).
I will m'II :ii I'ulilh- Auction ihi-
Houseliold -!' Furniture
Upholstered Lounge & Chairs,
I'.l.iek Walnut C. S. ( Inilr-.
Black Walnut fflarbletop Tabic,
l 'm lain- it Cornice-.
1 B, W, Marbletop Sideboard,
CiecUeiN, (il.i waie.
Klc, Ktc, Kte, Ktc.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor jjl & Pter-
Estimates Given on EilcU, Iron. Stona &
Wooden tiuiullngs. Joliljimj
Ki'i'.cs roi: sai.i:
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Puis,
.Maihle Iu-t, Wile Lath.
California Korlli Beach & Santa Crcz
Quarry Tiles (!Mi red. while nnd lilne,
.Minion, l'la-lic and r.neaiitle 'tile- in
vaiinii paltein-. all l.iluN of l)i:iliin;e
BSy Orricr Siiiillieat coiner Ala
kea and (Jneeii lieet-.
Mutual ",j5u7EtrPIIONESt'Boll 3S1
mh l-!i() ly
I'.il Nn. S'.' King Mices. T'w
V I'.aik "(.'. o. Whllmoie."
IOI! si. AT
ALLEN & RQB8MSON,
llltl Xn. II! Queen rlleel. Lnl
.FrsT Ki-:(ii:iA'r:n !
I'ou sm.i: iiv 'mi:-
J. E. BROWRS,
Old Cnpllul llulldbi;.
Agent to take Acknowledgment to Con
tracts for Labor
In Iho Olstik'l of Honolulu, l-hiinl of
Oiihu. lb" Ini
INGnnUJO Mutiinl Telephono fcr
Oit(iile." i:cuvatinii. 1' II
MARCH r,f IMiifi.
' "" ".'l""l" Piynwytwi.iiWiuiwjpgiiiii,TOfji)yami Mttrm.iTi'rnK.4m. .ws- n.,v-t
Is issuing a new form of insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return of all premiums paid in ad
dition lo the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return all the preiniiinn paid with inleiest; or, instead of accepting the policy and profits in cash the lciial holder
may, WlTIIOl'TAlKDICALKXAMIKATIONand WITHOn FUKTIIKK PAYMENT OF I'liOIlUiMH, take in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and pioliU in Fl'LLY PAID IT Insurance, paitieipaling annually in dividends.
Keinemlier, this contract la issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, and the l,ar
e'.l Financial Institution in the Wot Id, its assets exceeding Uno Hundred nti'd Twenty-Sis Millions of Dollam.
JCd" Fur full paiticuhrA call on m
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
Family l!i cad,
yd Saloon BratO,
gig- And will he DHLIVKKKD FKKK of CHAKOK to any pml of the city, jgft
Uir-TJ of PARE:
Ci-llie, Tea, I'hoeiil.ile k Milk,
SoiiH'd Tig's Keel, Cold I lam,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Heef, Salaih1, ICle.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AIERICAN CIGARS !
a i.Aiicii: A.xoin'Mii.sr or
iMpo &, CiavfH? Tobaccu, IMpcH, Cigar & Cignrolfo Uoldoi'H, Cold Drinks, E(.
eCT Open fiinii ::.:!() a. m. until t ::0 e. m. Salurdny night, open nil ni;;hl. Hell Telephone '282.
Telephone 'J 11. l'ol Olllee
i m imiiiiM rirtrnii'H iitttii i
T A H I
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAItSAPARILLA & IRON WATER,
Ginger Ale, Hoi Ale, Greiiafllim, Sarryafle, Sarsanarilla, Mineral Wate, Etc.
Car All c'oninuinW'ullonN and orrtor.s sliould be addressed lo
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
:;so i m
ttSJSMrSJV-'! iw irmxm.
TVTOW that the rainy season ianpon
XI u, evcivbody wniils a door null
Hi it will he tin oiniimc'ii nt the from
door, mid will tlioroiiylily do ihewink
icqniied ol It The
N jusl the tiling. II euiiiot liccnmu
soaked lw tain, ua is th t circ with liher
lim'-i, anil li ul way keepn ( linn. Uuing
maili) "1 uaiViiniiMi nc
They Cannot Rust
As do niimy of iho wire mats now in
lite. Thev nvj In- mipeilor to and fur
inoie diiiiihle thiin llliei or uihlicr. Can
hi! hill of Sttel ire nt
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Opp'Hile Sprt'ekels it t'o II ink,
1S tf l'Virt Micet, llunnliihi.
NEW YORK LINE !
AX Al Ye el will he ilopalehdl fur
lliinnllllll to -all fiom N'ew YolU
hi nil Ihe inoiilh of Apiil. Outers ror
jjoods lo ho shipped hy this ve el
-honhl he foiwniih'd a einly a po1--!-hle
to In-ine liipmeiit Kor" liiilher
paillcular luipihe of the Aent-.
Honolulu. II. I.
Or, W. ll.t'IiOS.MAN'A lilt)).,
77 iV 7tl lb nail si reel,
s,"i 'Jin New Yolk Oily.
a i.iiiii: coNtfKis'Mi'.vr or
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
UMSOrJ FEED CO.
OJF1 TV3EW YODR-EC
fffiBfa HUBHH.H. t.Bl..
waVI-vj ' iv IB m
ALWAYS OX 1IAXI) AND TO ORDKlt
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Roils,
tallies, Giiipr Sun,
l.I I 111, IOI III
I ..... i V I '7 I .
MnMinTfiiicriiimii .ui,i . Lj nj. K,xiaaaivstaxcxjrvL'r mrniaaamaamaacaaaeiajcc
il3A.II j"By, TVIanncroi
Our (ireat Annual JJeninaiit Sale, which is to eagerly looked for by
And will mii pass any that has ever
KEMXAXTS IN AffiL iKPAST3IB3iTS !
Wo must nell our Itomnants and you will be glad to buy them al low piiees
at which tboy are ottered. He sine to bo on band Saturday.
N. . All (JoodH Aliivlcetl "Willi Tlaln jr'lKiiecs.
Chas. J. FISHELS,
The Leading Jlillinery House, Corner l''oit it Hotel sts.
BGAM1 ft Wll
Melncrny Ulolc. TS'o. 77 I'oi't fcStvt-ft.
H IMPORTERS OF
Frith, BieM nl American Dry ml Fancy Goais,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Havo just leeoived by last Austialia a lino line of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard I
.lust the uialoriiil for Spring anil Summer Wear.
1 blu9 S Cab
Great Reduction SaSe !
AKTKIt TAKLNU STOCK I HAVE ltKDl'OKI) MANY LINKS OK
ENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OK THE KOLI.OW1NO GOODS
XMll 3B,,eliMMi,i'y l;tl, Only.
0 and 8 llutlons in lioifeet onler at $1 a pair
All my DUEKS OINOHAMS about 110 pieces to tehrt fiom aio olloicd at
Cost 1'iiee. A Miiall lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
HEAD THIS A liugo aFsoilinent of HEAD TUTS
WHITE XIEJS GOODS,
Such as l'iqui's, Emliro'ulorcil Swinccs, India Linen, 1'laiu Pwies, Nulnsopl: ami
many other lines of Whito (iooiln. 1 will K'll at sueh a
prico that oveiyhody will huy (hem.
tf" Itemeiiilier, Knlnuary lfilli will cIomj this Sale, yj
Agent for Ihe Hawaiian Islands.
ItOnlllU Ciai l.i I",
Cole Gaksg, Bit, Blc.
place at this or any other
& FOltT STREETS.
of Undressed Kid Gloves I
Corner Holol & Fori Hlrcoln.
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