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whose nci o s or waius wuiu iwi
A FRIEND IN NEED.
The Advertiser comes to the sup
port of the Friend in a labored arti
cle. Thu political organ, however,
tlocs not improve iho position of the
leligious organ of the Heform Party.
In all probability tlie Kriend fell
into its misrepresentation of the Na
tional Heforin Party on the question
of the public health thiough Inad
vertence. That the religious organ
did misrepresent the party in that
regard is beyond the resources of
oasuistry to disprove. The National
Heforin Party spoke out upon the
health question, whereas the Heforin
Party passed that question in total
silence. There was no moie call,
either, for the National Hefoi in Party
to be piouounced upon the matter
than there was for the Heforin
Party. All this straining of the
Kriend and Advertiser to roll the
National Heforin Party into a bog
of reaction is futile in presence of
the plain facts.
Suppose it were admitted that
some leading spirits of the National
Heforin Party had put themselves
on record as disposed to items of
policy contrary to principle of their
ultimately adopted platform. How
is it wilh the Heform Paity in point
of personal records? We sec in that
party men so influential iu its conn-
sets as frequently to dictate the ac
tion of Ministers, who were equally
p'ominentas beneficial ies and wiie
pullers under the much reprobated
"old older." That party had no
less than two members of the latest
(.Silicon Ministries on its ticket.
Several of the leaders in organizing
the IIui Kalaiaina were also among
its candidates, who had assisted in
formulating those principles of that
organization, which were especi
ally denounced by Reformers
as involving reaction. It was,
moreover, out of an agitation arising
within the Heform Party itself, that
the Mechanics' I'nion branch of the
National Heform Patty sprung.
That agitation was based on the
proposition that the Heform Tarty
as represented in its chosen Legisla
ture had piovcd recreant to the
principles of popular self-government
; that it had become false to
the profession of giving the country
government of, by, and for the peo
ple. Mr. AV. A. Kinney, the leader
in that agitation, singled out pro
minent leaders in the Heforin Party
men without whose support the
party would not have cariied ten
seats in the late election and even
members of the Cabinet, denouncing
them on the public platform and
openly on the street, as pursuing a
course designed to throw the govern
ment of the country into the. hands
of the wealthy classes, and, indeed,
make the country itselt tenable only
to masters and slaves. Heciprocally,
there was no man more heartily
cursed than this agitator, as being a
reckless, hare-brained, firebrand
whom it was the duty of all respect
able people to despise. A little
later and Mr. Kinney is found side
by side with the plutocrats he had
o unreservedly condemned, outlter-
oding Herod in violent diatribes
against the workingmen for having
organized to secure the rights that
he had represented as outrageously
withheld from them by his party!
Such was the oiigin of the Me
chanics' Union. Nobody can truth
fully say that there was any hint of
letting lepers loose, or of building a
fleet for Samoa, in the aims of that
organization. How about the IIui,
or, in English, the Hawaiian Politi
cal Association? It was organized by
Mr. Dan. Lyons, editor of the Elcle
native newspaper, with the object,
neither more nor less, of American
izing the institutions of the kingdom
to the extent of adopting manhood
suffrage for all elections, and the
elective ss'ein for filling the chief
Weir Inimeunuo personal unui
whoso actions or words wutto hot
binding (in the paity with its out
spoken platform, and whose, iiillu
ence could never avail to effectuate
the folly of their language. Admit
ting that thetc were such politicians,
their canvass was ccitninly not more
unprincipled and vicious than that
of the lying issues lalsed about the
reciprocity lieaty by the opposite
The point is endeavored to be
made by the editor of the Kriend,
and repeated by his suppoiter in the
Advertiser, that the Heforin Paity
having made a good record was not
under obligation to present a plat
form of promises. This argument
is exceedingly weak when consider
ed with the histoiical fact-". I nder
our system the recoid of a party is
to be found in that of the adminis
tration that it supports. Sonic time
before what had become the dis
coidant elements of the Heform
Party were whipped into sulllcient
harmony to enter the late election
contest on this island, the Ministry
had published a declaration of prin
ciples in response to a demand for
such from the Hefoim convention on
the island of Hawaii. Iu passing,
let us "lance a moment at this inci
dent. If the record of the Minis
try of the Heform Party had been
so clear, o iueproachable, so as
suring of the future as the Kiiend
and Advertiser fondly assume that
the paity required naught hut to
point to the record (like the other
fellow who pointed to the piayer
card pinned to the wall saying,
"Them's my sentiments," in lieu of
saying his prayer), why should the
Reformers of Hawaii have had to
demand an explicit, elaborate, item
ized declaration of Ministerial policy
before entering upon the actual cam
paign? When, however, a platfoun
of promises had been put forth by
the Ministry an act of supereroga
tion according to the wisdom of the
Kriend and Advertiser how was
this important pronunciaiuento tre.it
ed by the Reformers at the seat of
government? We shall see.
Krom anything that could be
gathered from the transactions ol
the Heform convention of Oahu, the
party here was oblivious even of the
present Ministry's existence. The
Cabinet platform was silently ignor
ed. There is no reference in the
convention platform, cut and dried
as it was in advance of the meeting,
to cither the Ministry or its record.
The nearest approach to the Minis
terial issue was made in the follow
ing clause, which, if it meant any
thing, implied a vote of want of
confidence in the Ministry. The
party pledged itself:
Fh. Pedigrees of All Horr.cs Kept
The follow tin; I'lne Animal will
"t'linl fur en lee ut the ranch. Wuhl.ic:
Two XntUe Stallion
"PILIAOAO" & "FRANK."
Stallion of itiloiii biecd-.
Mart wllh or without font,
lloise for au pmpo'e.
Lj W K-j. E"Li
9 a S fy? S Rm n tU ?sP mi
"A Skilful ltreaker and Tinhier 1 cm
p'oyeil on ilit? ranch.
l&" Snll-fnclloii ! giniiiiiitecil. In
btcnuhin ami naiiilng hours,
PAUL R. ISE&BERG.
word have been got in about the
public health, to this country one of
the moat profoundly sciious matters
devolving on public attention? The
silence is significant. It might never
have been noticed, however, except
for the over-zealous misrepresenta
tion of the Kriend, in untruthfully
charging the National Refoim Patty
with silence on the same question.
We believe thai if the editor of the
Kriend had taken the trouble to
peruse the platforms of the two
patties shortly before writing hh
editorial of this month, there would
havebcen no occasion for the pre
Regular Gash Sale!
TO-3IOU1IOW. Msmli Till,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my Silc-ionms I will sell nt Public
Aucioii. a ;ciit'inl cfHorlmcnt of
Household -:- Furniture
It W Miirlilctop.Slilclioinl,
Siaijle & Doulilu It-jilslu.'uh,
Muttins-iei & I'nrlor Ssel,
And to close rontijinment
22 cs Blood Wolfe & Co.'s English Wo
is issuing a new foim of insurance which provides, in the event of death) for n return of nil prelnliims paid ij ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insured survive a given number of ycais, the Company iwill
return all the premiums paid with interest ) or, instead of accepting the policy and pmllt's in cash the leal liflder
may, WITHOUT MEMCALEXAMINATION and WITHOUT KHHTIIBH PAVMENTOK PREMIUMS, InLb iu
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piollts iu 1'ULLY PAIDUP insuiancc, participating annually in divIdcliK
Remember, this contract U issued by the oldest Life Iiisiir.ince Company in the United Stales, and the liar
gest Financial Institution in the World, lis assets exceeding One Hundred anil Twenty-Six Millions of Dot laid
toy Kor full particulars call on or address
JS. .13. 30!anU7,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands'
ALWAYS ON HAND AND TO ORDER -
Gate City Slonc Filter !
Mill; lii cad,
aid Saloon Bread, Jamis, (riupr Snaps, Goio Cal, Etc, Etc,
&j&- And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any pait of the city. 3
HILT- of IT-A-HIG:
Te.i, Chocolate Milk,
.Housed Pig's Keel, Cold Ham,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Reef, K.ilade, Etc.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA - AMERICAN CIGARS
A I.AIIOn AKPOUTMl'.NT 01'
Tiir 1'ilier- are e.isllv cleaii-eil,
ami NKKK become t'HAOKRI) or
CUAZKD b. chanjie of I iiiperaline of
STOXK, mined irom theeaitli. It U
unlike any oilier Moiic.
It Docs Not Absorb and
Become Foul !
IMPITJITIKS never PEXKTKATB
it, but lie on the -urfiic, and lutenially
the stone lcnmiiH a pine and white
after yeais of u-e a when taken fiom
Pipe & OifitneUe Tobtutco, Pipes, Cigar & Cigarette Holders, Cold Drinks, EU;.
fjSF" Open fiom IhllO A. M. until 9:110 p. m. Saturday night, open nil night. Hell Telephone 2S2.
Mutual Telephone 211. Pool Olllce Rox 178. ' ' -187 lt.
I.EWJS J. IjEVEY,
TO LET or LEASE
olllces under the crown.
before the insurrection last year a
wing of the society led !;y Mr.
John E. Rush bolted, because it 'did
not approve of the full measure of
either suffrage equalization or the
election of high olllcials. The bolters
held to the old name and adopted a
platform of very liberal and pro
gressive pi ineiples. There was no
i eaction there, and, as to the point
in dispute with the Kriend, there
never has been any public declara
t ion of the Assoc iation against segre
gation. If there was any canvass
of that nature on behalf of National
"To piocure for the people an
honest, economic, and ellieicnt ad
ministration in all departments of
What! The Ministry, after having
made a record to appeal to, still has
to have the party supporting it
pledge itself to procure the very
benellts the same paity confided to
its care for procuring two years
previously! Will any man, with
that "ordinary allowance of common
sense" the Advertiser is with tire
someness appealing to, daro to say
that, if the party was believed to
hold the record of the Ministry in
admiration, this carefully and de
liberately woided document would
not have pledged itself "to main
tain" instead of "to procure" the
good government described? To
have omitted to endorse the recoid
of the administration in the man
ner of all similar bodies under party
government elsewhere was signili
tunt enough, but to tell the Minis
try In such plain terms that the
work of procuring good government
was yet to be accomplished, was a
slap in the face that any Ministers
less tenacious of ofllec would never
have survived. Wounded in the
house of their friends they were with
There is more to bo said, how
ever, on the plea or rather pretext
that the Heforin Paity was iu a posi
tion to waive a' declaration of princir
pies on account of its record. If
such was the case why, as asked he
foie, did the llilo convention ask
the Ministers for a declaration of
policy, and why did tho Honolulu
convention undeitnko to make a
series of pledges on a variety of
specific Mibjectfl whereon the Minis
try had mude a record ? The He
formers here pledged thcinsolves
specifically to independence, Chi
nese restitution, internal improve
ments, homestead settlement, and
honest government. With so much
of specification why could not a
Yoiuisr stieel, opposite
Ice Works u Small
('oil nj;u ronliilninu ! mom;
huge, frtnulo and yiud, urtushiti water
lnii I on; veiy dcsii.iblu forhacU urilniy
biisint"-&. Apply to
1-0 If At K.O. Hall AjJri.
ileal Estate lfor Sale.
The Gale City Stone Tiller 1 a per
fect Micco. if N the on'y real tiller I
have e er seen. I would not lie w Ithout
one for any coiiideialloli. Il eoinetl
our lake water Into the be-t drinking
water 111 the woilil.
IIUNItV M. l.i max, M. I)..
fi:.:J WeM Adam-. St ,.Ch1cngo.
Gar For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE .Co.,
Oproille SpucUeU & Co.'s I'nnk
4"!l tf Foil Miccl, llniinliiliiTr
i&suHEa ? u
I : L
9 W1UBIIIII MBIM B a y9U9B
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPARILLA & IRON WATEE,
Ginpr ill, Hop Ale, (Mm, Rafierryafle, SarsaparillR, Mineral Waters, Etc.
All eontinuiiie.atiuiis and orders should be addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
asAi, A. I '' " 'looses anil i.ws mi
VmS X liobello Uw. P.ilama.
ygii'M; Convenitnt to steam and tiam
c.iip. Very healthy localliv. Lot on
Kiim 8tic(!t,neur IIuiunuUus fjine. Foi
piriiculurs apply to
.IOIIN V. HOWL-UK
Or Clw. T. (Juhck. -tun :)m
A N active Aniciican, Knjlifhman or
lieiman, of fjooil lmhiiH mid char,
nctur, who abo speal(H lliiwailan, and
can furnihh llrst.clns lefmvnces, may
obtain a permanent situation us Co),
lector, by addressing 1'. O. IJnx No.
HOUSE to REST.
Carriages at 1 Minute's Notice,
Aho, Sidtllo Horses,
Carriages, Buggies, Brakes or Carts,
l.V av M;iIT.
I'roprivtiu, llilo, Ilawiil.
BGS Older-, received bv Telephone -iSSO
. .rj'AtA.-'J.i-sw r &.Sij ffia jg v v ttturVirBnM
Our (iieal Annual
is so eacily looked for by
ICES THIS SATURDAY
place at this or any oilier
rou sai.i: uv
ALA.KUE 2 Story Ilonsc,
llrst clnss in evey res-pt-ct,
with all nccinfary out.
buildings, tlno liivn, bhado tiers, Mower
beda, eic , very desirably located wllhin
10 minutes,' walk of the Tost Olllce, will
he leased for one, or moie ycais, at a
reasonable rental to a select private
family. Applv nt
Hawaiian nrsiXKss agkncy.
Ko. 8J Mnslieet. 2w
Furnished J louse To Let
AT Wuiklki, a two blory
limine, cotit lining t-lx
rooms nicely furuidlied, Willi
kiichun, lunai, bath and pel villi's innm,
Btible, itn , to let for a lew months at a
leaioimhlo rate. Or 1001113 will be let
singly wllh l'oimI tnblu tioiud.
HAWAIIAN' m'SINKSS AGKNCY.
Valuable Properly For Sale
N Nuiinnu Avenue, a
newly liiinli-lied iiitorv
loose ci.iiittiinlti ' a K.ont'i,
luichen, iMtliiooni. chwei, ciirmifc
home, tlable, luneiy, etc. Uuiuidi
coiiliiln - -10 ncit's well laid out iu
hiwiH, bhiulo and trult liees, llowei!1,
etc. Will heboid low, with or wiiiioiu
lurnlUiie, hortes, caulngex, livestock,
and a'l the appointment-, needed In .1
Ilist.cliibS icahlence, us Hie owner In.
lends leaving Ihcfe IkIhihU.
HAWAIIAN IIUSINIWS AUKN'OY.
I'x l'.aik "C O. Whltmoie."
Kill h.M.l' AT
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
1!K) No. Hi Queen Jlieet. lin
TVTOW that the rainy season is upon
xS iu, I'veri body wains a dour mat
Umlwi'l be 1111 ruiiiiiiiu it nt thu front
door, and will thorn iglily do the work
lequlred ot it The
liai'tau Slcel Wire Mat!
Is iut the thing, M cannot hecninu
oaked by niln, as is Hi ' cc-e wllh liber
mat", and it always keep clean, Meing
made ot Ualv.uiled ire
They Cannot Rust
As do many of ihu wlie maH now in
mo, Thej nrj fir scperior to and far
mere durable th.in tlbei or rubber. Can
lie hat of Sliet Wire at
Hawaiian Havdwaro Co.,
Oppcsitu Sprcel:els& Co's Dink,
4S2 tf Foi t street, Honolulu.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN At Ves-et will be despatched for
Honolulu to sail fiom XewYoik
In all tho mouth of Apill. Outers for
toods to be chipped by this vo-sel
Mioulil be forwarded as eaily iw po-i-ble
to lnhiiiii t-liipnient. For further
paitleuhus iiiiiuiio of the Aleuts.
Honolulu. II. I.
Or, V. II. CltOSSMAN & llltO.,
"7 .t "II llioail slieet,
ISridiu New Yoik Oily.
Itcinuanl Sale, which
And will Mirpasn any that lias ever taken
ItEMXAXTS IN Alili 1KLMIITMUMVS !
W11 niitfet sell ourlteuinants and you will be e,hul n buy thoni at low prices
at which they are olloied. He sure to ho on hand Saluulny.
X. II. All UooiIh Marked with I'lnlu Ficoi'CH and Mold lor CuhIi Only.
Chas. J. FISHELS,
Tho Loadint; Millinery IIouso, Cornor Fort & Hotel sts.
wmMM m Hi
aiijljicmy Uloclc, No. 77 Jiu-L feHvoist.
( IMPORTERS OF
French, EdeM ui Americsn Dry id Fancy Goods,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have jiibt received by last Australia a line lino of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard !
Just tho material for Spring and Suiunicr Wear.
AlliGK assorlment of I'liotngiaphs
and Stereoeoiile Views of the
iiiouattiactlvo Eccnery, buildings, etc ,
In these Islands, for sale at ica-on.ible
HAWAIIAN 1HJSINKSS AOKNCY.
Coiner l'oit and Meichaut htrcets,
II Mutual Tcleidioiie for
Odorkfcs KxvaMitlon. '1BU tf
COJIXEII HOTEL & FOHT STREETS.
JUST DECEIVED !
-roii sai.i: u -i hi:-
ING upSiil Mutiitil Telcplionii lor
Li odorless Kxeavallon.
Ex "Zealand In."
A I.AlKir. UONbinKMRNT U'
New Zealand Oats
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT, AT
URHON FEED CO.
Great Reduction Saie !
AFTKU TAKING STOCK I HAVE JtEDUCKD MANY LINKS OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED ,
OF THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Till :Fclriin,iy l-'Stli, Only. I
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves)
(J and 8 HtitloiiB iu peifect older at $1 a pair Great Daignins.
All niy DltESS GINGHAMS about 110 pieces to Eolcct from are olloied t
Ootill'iico. A hinall lino pf
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
READ THIS A largo assortment of HEAD THIS
WHITES IK.13SS GOODS,
Sich a riiiucsinhroideied Swicsop, India Linen, I'lain Swics, Nuinsool: anil
many other linen of White Goods. 1 will t-ol at isicli n
jujeo that overyhody will buy them.
gjST Iteini'inhcr, Fnlirunry ISlh will eloo this Sale. jS?t
Corner Koil & Fort Streets.
. Vvi .,U MM
ta. i J ' J-i MU n.