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PlfilvrJ to ntiiktr Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit of all.
Iuanailiele on "The l'aruell Conv
mission." the AdverlNcr of Hit! 7ll
instant has the following reinntkable
'There U 11 lesson in sill this for
the politicians here vho3c zeal for
ends sometimes makes them too lit
tle fastidious as to means. The his
tory of our eentur is full nt exam
ple's of the use ot douhtttil instru
ments and methods in a really good
cause, and of many more eases of
I he same use, when' the cause was
earnestly supposed to lie good.
History condemns them all, with the
same, "sweeping impartiality. In
every case alike the importance of
the. momentary end was exaggerat
ed, and more was saciilieed to gain
it than could possibly be achieved in
the winning. The purest methods
are the safest and best even though
they involve defeat for the mo
ment." "Remarkable passage," we have
said remarkable considering its
source. It may be considered as n
candid expression of an honest con
viction of truth by our contempor
ary, while momentarily icleused
troni a sophistical environment ; and
we hail it with welcome.
This country has suffered from
eviU and wrongs, and does so to
this day: but never to the extent
that justilled the employment of un
constitutional or ifulawful means
for their suppicssion. The "im
portance of the momentary end was
cxaguerated" in 1887, to bring about
a revolution which, along with ad
mitted benefits, left in its trail a
filibustering spirit which law-respecting
people deem a positive curse.
The French revolution of the last
century showed people their physi
cal strength to punish tyrants, but
it showed them at the same time
that their grievances and sufferings
were only enhanced by a reign of
terror. So in England, insurrec
tions, strikes, and biead riots served
to teach the rulers of the people a
severe leison, but at the cost of
terrible suffering to the victims of
misgovern incut. Happily for that
country, its revolutions of laleyears
and there have been many have
all been effected at the polls and in
the houses of Parliament.
Here we have, and have had for
many years, constitutional means
of effecting revolutions remedies
more potent than arms. These are
'the purest methods, the safest and
the best." Hy them, and not by a
barbaric resort to aims, let our
changes anil reforms be accomplish
ed ; and by them let all who love
their country, be it the country of
their nativity or their adoption, and
all who prize law and order, unite to
secure and maintain liberal, impai
tial, honest, and elllcicnt govern
ment, and relegate to the hinder
most of back seats all swaggering
filibusters. Then we shall have
peace and happiness.
Sale of furniture at house ot
Fiank ('nulla, School street, 10
Meeting stockholders Reciprocity
Sugar Co., olllcc ot V. H. Castle,
AH APPRECIATORY READER.
KiuTou Hn.i.ivrix: If you have
the welfare of the nation at heart,
you will reserve space in your valua
ble paper, for the entire article
headed, "An F.ssay on Juries, by
Anlishamus;" that appeared in
your issue of March 1, to be printed
every day for Hie next six months,
in large type, in order that jurymen
may be instructed as to tlieir rights,
when called upon to act, as such.
Also the two paragraphs preceding
the last one should be printed in
extra large type, in order that the
public and the world at large can
take a peep occasionally into our
Honolulu looking-glass; and send
bill for same, to managers of defunct
so-called Reform l'arty.
Count Andrassy, the renowned
Hungarian statesman, is dead. His
funeral at Hilda I'esth Feb. '21 was
attended by the Emperor and Em
press. The Kmperor said the Count
always had the confidence of the
nation and his sovereign.
A London despatch says : Several
of tlie embassies in London are ex
pressing great irritation over sup
posed tampering with letters from
tlieir representative Governments
while Jn the postofllce. It is certain
that Salisbury has in many instances
shown himself acquainted with tlieir
secret contents before the legations
themselves received them.
Joseph Higgar, the famous Home
Mile M. I', for County Cavnn, West,
licd Feb. II'. Ho was in the House
of Commons the night bufoio.
K 'I'ltKSDAY, MAIL 11, 1890
Schaefer has done reinaikalile
playing in the billiard tournament
at New York. Feb. '2'2 he defeated
Ives, playing M-ineh to the hitler's
8-inch balk line, running out olio to
L'OO in the nineteenth inning. The
highest runs were: Schaefer, HO;
Ives, f7. Feb. 27, in the eleventh
game, Schaefer beat D.ily with a
similar handicap to the one with
Ives. lie won by l-'H points in the
twenty-fourth inning. Jn the pte
vious inning he made a run of ill,
falling to count on a hard masse
shot. A match has been arranged
between Schaefer and Mr decry of
San Francisco, for S2,()00 a side.
It will he .'1,01)0 points, to be played
on three successive nights. 1,01)0 a
night, and probably come off in
John Jacob Astor, the millionaire
of New York, is dead. J'.y his will
St. Luke's Hospital receives 8100,
000; the Metropolitan Museum of
Art, S.'tO.OOO; the New York Cancer
Hospital, SI 00,000; the Astor Li
brary, $130,000; Alexander Hamil
ton, $00,000; .lamas Simmons Arm
strong, $SO,000. All the residue of
the estate goes to his son, William
The silver bill reported by Sena
tor Jones fiom the committee on
finance authorizes the Secretary of
the Treasury to purchase monthly
silver bullion to the aggregate value
of $ I, .'100,000, giving treasury notes
A special despatch ironi Washing
ton says, it may be definitely an
nounced that Secretary Maine and
Sir Julian l'aiincefote have reached
an amicable agreement upon the
l'.ehring Sea llshery controversy and
that the question of damages sus
tained by Ilritisli vessels will be
submitted to arbitration. In his
agreement with l'aiincefote, r.lame
concedes Hie .seizures of Uritish ves
sels have been unlawful, and Sir
Julian concedes the right of the
I'niteol States to prohibit poaching
hereafter. The New York Mail and
Kxpress says the agreement is a
great triumph for Ulaine.
Negroes at Rocky Mount, North
Carolina, incensed at the opposition
of whites to the negro exodus move
ment, made several attempts to bum
the town. The Wilmington Oil Co.,
Hackcny l'ros.' carriage works, and
a building on the fair grounds, were
burned down. The town was amused
and put under patrol of citizens and
John Lang, an old and wealthy
resident of Dulutli, Minnesota, com
mitted suicide with carbolic acid,
lie was crazed by a heavy loss in a
mining deal in Nova Scotia. He
leaves' a widow and son and an estate
valued at 200,000.
Jake Kilrain was thrashed at New
Orleans by J. J. Corbett of Cali
fornia. The victor is taller but
lighter than Kilrain, whose two
eyes he blackened.
A joint, resolution of Congress has
been approved by the President,
congratulating the people of P.razil
upon the adoption ot a republican
form of government.
lJeginning March 22 the trans
continental last mail train time will
be shortened by about six hours.
The trial ot ' Mrs. Sarah Althea
Terry, for assault with a weapon on
U. S. Marshal Franks in Hie Circuit
Court July 2, 1888, is proceeding in
San Francisco with sensational inci
dents. The two branches of the Montana
Legislature prorogued at 12 mid
night Feb. 20 without settling the
deadlock. A Helena despatch says
the greatest legislative farce in his
tory is ended and the State, although
without legislation, rejoices that the
end is lien;.
'J'hu Pan-American Congress
adopted the proposition favoring the
construction of an international rail
load to connect the North American
.system with South America.
Hassayampa Valley, Arizona, is
desolated for one hundred miles by
a Hood fiom broken dams. Walnut
Grove dam, the main one, breaking
first let loose a torrent that carried
away others. Thirty-eight names
are given of the drowned, but the
entire loss of life was impossible to
obtain. It is estimated to be. be
tween fifty and sixty.
The Socialists gained ."i(!7,'10.'j
voles in Hie German election as com
pared with that of 1887. The result
has caused Jiismarck to delay his
resignation. It is believed the' Km
peior agreed with the Chancellor to
consent to another anti-Socialist bill.
A sensation has been caused by
an editorial in the St. Petersburg
Novosti declaring Hint Austria, by
augmenting the army and assisting
Hulgaria to pay the Russian indem
nity, is menacing the peace ol Ku
rope, and Hint her action would pro
voke the interested powers to adopt
measures to counteract her policy.
Louiso Michel, the noted agitator,
has announced her intention of go
ing to New Caledonia to nnre the
lepers, of whom there are JJ000 in
the penal colony.
In liussia la grippe lias been suc
ceeded in many localities by fester
ing of the organs of respiration.
From J tidy it is repotted to have an
after effect of coma, the patients
sinking into n deathlike slumber
from which sonic never awake.
Ilulfour is engaged in preparing a
bill to give Ireland a system of local
self-government or home rule. His
Scheldt: U eliltl to be bused upon ilic
Ideii of treating Hie Irish with re
gard to local government just no the
English and Scotch arc treated In
regard to the same subject. The
good faith of Hie Secretary for lie
land is not unanimously conceded.
In the Ilungaiian lower house
Feb. 2l! theie was a renewal of the
violent demonstrations agiiinst Pre
mier Tisza. The opposition moved
a rejection of the entile budget.
One of tlieir number was reproved
by the President. Thereupon all
the others surrounded the Piesiden
tinl tiibnne, shaking Ihts at the Pre
sident and menacing him.
In the Melgian Senate Van Peel
urged the Government to instruct
the representatives nt the llerliu
Labor Conference to lay before that
body a proposition for holding an
other European conference, looking
to a general disarmament. His re
marks were icceived with cheers.
Importation of American poik is
again pei milled in Germany, but
only at the poit of Kiel.
King Leopold, as head ol I lie
Congo Free State, has empowered
the llrussi'ls Anti-Slavery Society
to send an expedition to Africa to
aid in suppressing the slave trade.
rpO purchase, : SprntiiMnnil H.ifis.
JL Apply :it this oillre. dip tw
G. A-, R, Notice.
'UH.irAitrr.Us. fii:o. YV
Post, No. I.'i. Di.i'i',
or Cam- (
miiH, (i. A. It.
Il).v)i.n.i , March 1J, l !)!).
'piircilK will lie
I nieititij; "I
THIS (nic.-diiv) KVIIN'.
IN'ti. in in 1 lull. Kin
si i eel, at 7:!'.) iiVlw I;. A
fllll ttlteiul.UHT is ll'IpllNlCll.
1 ! ('(initiiaiiilcr
Mr.KTIN'C T ill" 'tocUiolilirsof
the l!i ipH.elly Siij::u Co will tie
hclil :il iln-1 Hire ol linn W. I! fnslle,
at 12 (I'flin U iiLon, nu WKDNBSDAV,
Miirch 1?, 'Mil, lor the election ol olll.
errs anil Irnii-iU'li n of nthi'r liiiiioit.iut
)mlness I!. I.M'AI.DIN'O.
Ill :!r Sjccrcluiy.
IJAFTXo. -I2s. drawn bv Hie IIo-
nii Sim.ir Co. l-cli. lo, 1 Still.
for St!'.'!) lias lircn lut or lolrn. All
parties ate lieieliy wanted nahM
itegiillitthusaiiie. I'.'J I in
T?KOM the Co tst u
choice lot of
Ulsriiettes mill Tolmrroi,
he sold nt verv low urU a.
No. H7 KlngMiuct.
OY n Married Man at
1J labor and bv lii w lf: to do house.
labor and by lii w
Apply nt No. 1 13 Iiil stiuct.
FINK Km mini
(ii to cnrfbiin' or
sound ; a bargain
for li:ignj;(! w:i-l-liinil
lerii'd. Annly at ihi-
olllcc. 1ST -'w
TO LET or LEASE
ON Yoiui!! strict, opposite
I co Vorhs, a Small
Cot tain c"nlainbii? ! lonni'j
laiKe stable mid yiuil, aile.-inn water
l'lbl on; very ilesirnblu for hack or diay
hiuinu s. Apply to
I'll If AtK. O. Hull &t-jiii.
Ural Estate For Salo.
riAVO llniipcs and Lots on
1. Itobfllo banc, I'lihuna.
Convenient lo slcain anil train
c.n. Very liealtliy locality. Lot on
Kiiitf stiei't, ncttr IliiiiiitiiUu's L'liie. For
particulars apply to
.JOHN F. UOWLKIt.
Or Clias. T. Gulicl;. -l' 'Jm
J. T. WATERHOUSE
Will licrcalter muke a specialty
Crockery, fliinavare, Glassware and
Hlmw ronnis ovir the hiiihvnru ilepiil
luunl, (Jiii'Cii street.
WSf A larc. and cninp'uie stock 'un
polled direct fiom the iniiiiiifiicluii'ri'
and now to hand by itivtit anivals.
An inspection is solicited. 'I'.KI Iw
VMl SAN FJiANClSCO,
The Al .Steamship
Will h iivo Ilonnlubi for the above
Friday, Exarch 14,
I'm Fieight or I'nflJij,", apply to
m, 0. IHWIN & CO., Apeit:.
" 4J8 hv
Auction Sales by James I Morgan.
On WEDNESDAY, Mv. 1U,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At Iliu ri'si(li'iiri) of Mu. HtANK
CUNH A, School siicil, on Kwiihiilcof
llieliildKC, I will fell nt I'liMlt! Am
EloiiGehoici -:- Furniture
Black Waliiiit Parlor Sit,
Iiilnt.l OViiIci- Tiilile,
Dcciintei! Hiiittfini; Lnmp, .
Cioekeiv V (J la -wile,
1 Woslwoml Stove & Ulnnsils,
,JAS. I MOKUAX,
Prussian NiiUnunl Insur
DUIMN'O Mr. IJlPineiischueldi'i-'s ab
sence I shall ntleiiil to I he liul
ui'M of above Cnnip'iiiy here, ami I am
now tead, lowille Iimiiiuicu on f.ivor
I!M1 w V. iiolti:.
13APL ISl'.Xr.Kltn, .11!., holds full
1 power ol n'lniiiu to ue.l for nic
ibllliU' my ab-ci cc f oin the Kingdom.
W. It 1IMWAT, V. S.
Iloniib.lu, Mritcli 7. 1MMI .1H III
' " Nofioi;.
KAVINd (old cm niv iiitcrcl in the
lino of It .Mine A: (Jo to .1. H. S.
Willi mi's, nil persons Inilchlid lo sahl
linn arc icipiired lo p.iy the nmoitiiM of
iheir indel'Kibi'si lo lie, and nil Inxinu
;ti conn's iiit:ilii.si h'i d 1 1 r 111 will pic ini
Ihcm lo nic f ir pn inciit al Ihe olllic ol
Tuos. I!. Ll'CAS.
I:o.in!ubl, I'cb. 1, UtHI. 'IW lm
ELECTION of OFEICEUS.
AT the annual niccilnj; of Hie stock
holder of tin Intel -Island Menu
Navigation Co, (LM). held this day,
tin; lollov. ing olllcers were elected lor
the cn-iiliij? year:
W. U. (iodfrey I'roident.
.!. r.uii Yk'c-1'ic-.ideut,
.1. L. .Mel ii Secretary,
W. II. McLean Tienuicr.
T. V. Jlnlnou Auditor.
U. It. C.oilfrcv, (!. N. AVilcov, ,1.
I : r i:i and '.M. I'. Jiolibioii
.1. L. Mel. KAN.
5-VcielaiV I. I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu. Mai eh l,"lh!ll). W''
AT the annual Hireling of the stock
linlilcrs of the Oalm Itiilway &
Land Co held 111 t day, the Irt'luw Injur
olllcers weie elected lor this custiinj.r
.1. II. 1'iit v I'rusident,
I. 1 nw:s(tt 1st Ylce.l'iesident,
W. (J. Wildci.. .'.'nd Yice.l'rclilcnt,
It. Liwcr- "rd "u c-I'icsidci.l,
W. 0. Ashlej s'eietaiy,
(,'. i' Iillll.ea Tie.'isuier,
W F.Allen An litor.
.1. Ii. Cm tic, H ('. Allen, T. It. Walker,
.1. U. Spencer.
W. O. A.SHLKY.
Honolulu, Fell. 2fi, IS! 0. 4!HJI w
Union iron AVovks Co.
"VTOTIUK Is lien by lven thai at a
Xl niectbie; of the sulieilliei in ihe
capital -lock 'of Hie iiboe naiiicd Com
pany held in Honolulu, II. I., March
ii. lSIKI, it wii voted to accept the
Cliailer of Corporation dated Maich 1.
lhlil). tor the term of fifty .vcmh, granted
by the Hawaiian (locinineiil. The lia
bility of Hie stockholders U liniiled lo
the 'aliioiuit due and unpaid on the
-hares held. The following ollleeis
were elected for llu eti-iiing year:
J.N. S. William President,
It. More secretary & Tica-iner,
A. .1. Cailwriglil....'. Auditor.
The above mined nlllcer- al-o consli
lillea lloaid ol DlrecKu.
I'.MI I in Seci clary iV 'I ie:v-iiicr.
COPIKSnf liie Daii.V ltu.iXTiX, ol
the dates sjiecllled below, "U cents
a copy will be paid for the same on
delivery nt this olllee:
.linmui'V ISi, 1NSO, 4'iiiM.
l-i'lirnary 4. IMS'.!. : 'ilcs.
ITUHKWOOI) for nilo til Hawaiian
. C'lnnincinlal Sub si coin", corner of
(uren and Nuuaiiii slreeis. 'Ifi8 If
run ha i.e. r.v
l!M No. SL' Kiligelreel. L'W
Departnre Bay Coal !
Kx llaik "C. O. Whltinoie."
con sAi.r at
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
I1K1J Xo. il(Jiiceiitreet. lm
Is issuing n new foim of Insurance which provides, in the event of death, for a return Of all premiums paid in ad
dition In Hie amount of Ihe. policy, or, should the insured suivivc a given number of years, Hie Company will
return id! the pieiiiiiinni paid with inleicsl; or, instead of accepting Hie policy and prolit's in cash the leiial holder
may, WITHOUT .-1FDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT KUKTI1KH PAVMKNTOF J'KKMIUMS, Inku in
lieu thereof the amount of policy and piolils in FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticipating annually in dividends.
Kcmcmber, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company in the United States, iind the Lar
gesl Financial Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred anil Twenty-Six Millions of Dollais.
C" I-'or full particulars call on or
Fresh Cakes, Pies,
l'iciicli lb cad,
loiliiiiii iiijil Saloon liiiiiiil, Julis, Ginpr Snaps,
fig?" And will be DKLIYKKKI) l-'UKK of CIIA1U1K to any
Cnllec, Tea. Chocoliitc .v .Milk,
IM)e & C!tj-avott Tohucco, PieH, Cigar & Cigarette JIoldei'M, Cohl Drinks, Kte.
g;" Open fiom :!::!() a. m. until 9:'M) : M. Saliiiday night, open all night. Hell Telephone 'JK2.
Mutual Telephone 211. Piwt Olllee Hox 178. -187 lio
L1"" -.JH jj.-.ti
tLBfja'iaa, . ynLnisi . aiiu . i
Sole rropriotors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAEILLA & IRON WATER,
Giieor Ale, Hop Ale, Greaaiiie, RasBfierryafle, Sarsanarilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
855" All contimtiiiealions and orders should be, addressed lo
:5S0 1 in
' M U D
NOW licit tlio rainy senson is upon
w, ever l.ody wania n door mill
ilmt will lie m oiiiiinii'iil at iliu front
door, mid ill lliouniglily do llic woil.
ii'ipiiiud ol it Tl.c
Hilton Sled Wire Mat!
Ii jul the thing. It ciimot I'ccoinc
siial.ed by lain, tm i Ih t-:in' willi 11 tier
inal", mill ii ulwajM Ui'i'pschiiu. UeiiiK
inailu nt' (iulv:uil.'d lie
They Cannot Rosi
An do iii.iny of ihe "he ninU now in
tl.c. The an fir mipi'tU'i' In and lur
moic diuatili' limn IIImt oi nililicr. C'uli
lie hud ol .Slid Wire at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Opp, site Bpiechel'i t Co ' ItiuU,
Hi if Foil stud, Iloiiolubi.
NEW YORK LINE !
AN M Vcp-c1 will bo ib'spatchcd for
. Honolulu to hall fiom Xew York
lit sill tlit iiiniilb of Apill. Oiilei lor
jiooils lo lie shipped by thN vc--i'l
shoiihl be forwuulcd ii early a. poI
hlc lo Injure shipment Kor fiuilicr
paiilciihir- Impiln1 of the Agents.
IIoiiolulu. II. I,
Or, W. II.CHOSSMAX.t llliO.,
77 iV 711 Itioail hlicel,
S.-i'Jni New Yoik (,'ily.
ron sai.i: iiy 'i hi:
UNION FEED QO.
INGup2JU Muluiil Telephmiu lor
i uiioiichu i.cavuiioii. its.' it
I Water Tanks!
OX 1N1SW -VOJRlv
ALWAYS ON HANI) AND TO OKDKIt
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
ltirL. o irvino:
Soused Pig's I'cct, Cold Hani,
(MANILLA AMERICAN CIGARS !
A I.AItlir. ASHOItT.Mr.NT 01'
ITB : LEMONADE,
ICAEIA ..nnrl.. Dl Alt . CftHJl
BENSON, SMITH & CO., '
Our Gieat Annual Remnant Sale, which is m eagerly looked for by
COitilVIERgCES THIS SATURDAY
And will mii-paps any that has ever taken place at (bis or any oilier
ItlttlXAVra IN AliL IK1ATIK5iTJS !
We muni i-cll our Remnants and you will be glad to buy them nt low prices
at which they sue oilcred. Re mire to be on band Saturday.
.V- It. All 4;oiiIn Marked with IMuIu Fltfurcw and Molrt rop !nli Only
Chas. J. FISHELS,
The Leading Millinery House, Corner Port & Hotel sts.
EGAN & GUN 1ST
Al.lilrii lllotilc, IVo. 77 lfitvt Hti'e;.
'. IMI'ORTKRS OF
Freich, MMii Anericau Dry anil Fancy litis,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
Have jiift icceived by last Au.stialia a line lino of
Cotton Challis at 15 cents per Yard I
.TitHt the material for Spring and Summer Wear.
Great Reduction Saie !
Al-'TKIt TAKlXfl STOCK I HAVK RKDUCKI) MANY LINKS OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OK THE KOU.OW1NO (100DS
rTill. . lT!elniixi-y IStli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves I
(1 and 8 RultonWn net feci order al .fl n pair Client Rargainn.
All my DRKSS OIXOHAMS about 110 pieces lo fclecl. fiom aio oll'ered al
Cost 1'iiec. A small lino of
Scotch Ginghams at a Great Reduction !
UKAD THIS A largo nssorlmont of READ THIS
WItIITTJE IK,3ESi GOODS,
Such an Viijnes, Emlnoiilcred Swispep, India Linen, Main Swiss, Xniiuook ami
ninny ohor lines of White Goods. I will sell at Mich a
piieo that everybody will buy them.
5T Remember, February
S. XJ:. KOSE,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Cofea CaKes, Etc., Etc.
pint of the city.
Spiced Tnnjiiic, Sjiiccd llecf, Salads, Klc,
Lnm . ouuh.
& FOKT ST11EETS.
l.'illi will close this Sale, fM
Coi'iuu' Hotel & Fori Htrofltfl,