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'Hit follow inn additional insltuo
tUuis It) Volcm muli'i Seolion IDS of
file Klootlon Ijiiw is hoioby pin
dlalmed: ".No Volt'i will ln allowed ti re
iiuilii in Uiu oonip.ntim'nl fur piepar
tug lits Imlloi foi lmigpi limn fdiir(l)
miniilos." C. N. SlM-iiVCIJJ:,
Mini(lurof tho Interior.
interior Oilico, Fob. 1, ISO:..
It has plonbed Her Majesty llio
Queen to appoint llio
HONOltAUl.K HERMANN A.
To be Minister or Finance, v'ce Hon
uinblo John Moll Sniilb, losigned.
lol.ini Palace, Jan. 28, 1892.
V J Jb
Plrdfrtl to nctthcr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, FEB. 1, 1892.
Mr. Ashforil lias been trying to
make bis audilois believe tbat tbe
National Refoun party is advocating
tbe ictnoval of tbe lice duty to help
the sugar industry. This is wholly
imaginative on the part of the talking
machine of the Liberals. The can
didates of the National Reform paity
are on lecord as opposed to the re
peal of the rice duly. It shows the
weakness of the Liberal cause when
its orators have to resoit to such mis
Mr. Henry Waterhouse and Mr.
James Gay were of the notable six
members of the Legislature of 187G
who opposed the ratification of the
Reciprocity Tieaty. Mr. 'Waterhouse
bitterly assailed Hon. J. S. Walker
as an annexationist because he sup
ported the Treaty. Mr. Walker is
one of the National Reform members
holding his scat for the coming
Legislature. Mr. Watei house is a
candidate for a seal there. Will the
people send Mr. Waterhouse to the
Legislature again, when another Re
ciprocity Tieaty is pending? Will
Mr. Walker and his colleagues have
to withstand Mr. Waterhouse's at
tacks once more on themselves and
the intciesis of the country of which
they arc the tine and tried repicscnt
atives. THE INTERLOPING CANDIDATE.
The Advertiser has more of its
sophistry in to-day's issue, to show
that Mr. Waterhouse can be elected
in place of Mr. Neumann, without
aiding the part' of constitutional dis
turbance. Nobody of any sense,
however, can be convinced either
that Mr. Waterhouse has an' chance
of being elected, or, if he gel only a
barely icspeetable vote, that he will
not seriously impair the chances of
all three of the six-year candidates
of the National Reform party. Olher
people have their peculiar choices
between men as well as the eoteiie
dictating the Advertiser's present
campaign. Many without doubt
have personal prejudices against
other National Reform nominees than
Mr. Neumann, and, with an alterna
tive in the person of the independent
candidate, they would be tempted to
satiate those piejudices by scratch
ing the name they liked less than
Mr. Neumann's. Thus, in a strict
party vote anything near being close,
a very few sciatches all iouud would
elect the Liberal trio lor the six year
term. Again the friends ot constitu
tional stahility and of leciprocity
treaty revision aiu warned that votes
for Mr. Watei house will be thrown
away so far as that gentleman is con
cerned, while liable to have a disas
trous effect so far as the best inte
rests of the country are concerned.
THE PROFESSIONAL AGITATOR.
Mr. C. W. Ashford on Juno 30,
1887, witli rille in hand, stiongly em
phasized the necessity of a new Con
stitution. A now Constitution was
got, in which Mr. C. W. Ashford
bad a hand ; and a new Cabinet, in
which the same worth' had a scat,
Now this sumo Mr. Ashford comes
forward and "confesses" that the
Constitution he thou helped to pro
cure was necessarily unjust to llio
llawaiiaus, because it was requisite
that the llawaiiaus bliould bo slioin
of the power to hang him and his as
sociate Constitution makers, Now
ho wants another new Constitution
to restore "equal rights" to tho lla
waiiaus, as, presumably, ho thinks
timo has healed the resentment of llio
llawaiiaus toward himself and asso
ciates lor "robbing them of their
rights." One ronton bo gave in 1887
for bolpliiR to get n now Constitution
a loason reiterated at a Honolulu
Illllr banquet after llio inoiitful dny
was that the "Anglo-Savins" wcio
not made to be in any way under the
rule of n dink-skinned nice.
Query: When did Mr. Ashford
change his views, lb it, as to the in
justice to llawaiiaus, in bis 1887
Constitution, and, secondly, as to the
divine right of the Anglo-Saxon to
dominate the colored laces of human
ity? Wasilbefoie or after lie re
signed olllee and its emoluments? If
it was after he lost bis living at pub
lic expense, what security has this
country supposing Mr. Ashford gets
olllee again under a new Constitution
that, when he next steps down and
out of olllee, he will not begin a
ft esh agitation for a third new Con
stitution? He worked tbe Anglo
Saxon lacket first. Now he is work
ing the Hawaiian racket. Should he
be equally as successful with the sec
ond as with the fust, then be equally
disappointed in holding on to the
fruits of his schcino, we should see
him bobbing up serenely in 1894,
wearing a pigtail and leading an agi
tation to procure political rights for
the oppressed Mongolians!
HOW TO VOTE.
Specimen of llnllot an Votcil on the
Ntrululit Xutliniu! llcturm Ticket.
ELECTION FOR THE
DIVISION Or OAHU VOH KOIiM'S for six
C. B. MAILE
J. N. S. WILLIAMS
A. MARQUES Makuika
J. A. CUMMINS
SAMUEL M. KAAUKAI
MM'.CIAI, KI.HCTION I OH Till: UXUXPIKED
TKKM Of KOUK YKAItS.
E. B. THOMAS Kamaki
JOHN ENA Keoni Ina
S1T.CIAI. ELECTION KOIt THE UKI.Xl'IUED
1KKM OK TWO YEAKS.
JAMES GAY Kimo Ke
A. P. PETERSON
DISTRIBUTION OF IMMIGRANTS.
The following distribution of Jap
anese male immigiautshas been made
up to the sailing of the steamer Ki
Hutchinson Sugar Co 50
Pioneer Mill 15
W. Y. Horner (Lahaina) 15
Hawaiian Coffee and Tea Co ... 10
Hilo Sugar Co 100
Niulii Plantation Co ,. . . 10
Onoinea Sugar Co 99
Pepeekeo Plantation 100
Humuubi Sheep Station 1
Koliala Sugar Co -18
Total number shipped 517
Du. McLennan, tho well-known
specialist of San Fnuicioco, Cal., re
cently arrived hero with bis family,
has opened olliees at No, 31 Richards
streot, opposite the Royal Palace.
'I bo Doctor bus bail fifteen years of
unprecedented success at the Buy
City, having among bis patients
many of our leading eitions lo whom
ho can now refer.
Tho Doctor's specially is tho tioat
incut of all (dironic, dilliuult and lin
gering dibcat-o, and he invites all so
aflltctcd to visit him. Refers by per
mission to Mr. J, T. W.itorhoiibo, Sr,
Medical and magical electricity a
specialty. 'XI I lm
ic Engine Go. Co. i
'PHI! legiilnr monthly meeting of tho
J- above Company will bo held at
their hall, at 7 : 0 o'clock THIS (Mon
day) EVKNIXG. Election of ollleers
for tho eiisiiliiir year. A full attendance
Is lequested. l'Elt OKPKlt.
Honolulu, Feb. 1,1802. 33i U
.xlifiint Altni'liN ,iiIii30iiImIh nllli
About thirty people, chiefly Portu
guese, assembled at Hiilo's hall Sat
urday evening, pursuant lo a fall of
the 'Liberal parly. Hon. A. Mar
ques was chairman and J. Catmint
ollieialed as iuleipieler.
Mr. C. W. Ashford first spoke,
lamely repeating the substance of
former speeches on opposite candi
dates in general and Air. Dillingham
in pailieular. Dillingham at a meet
ing the other day asked whether
politics would (ill their stomachs.
(A voice No, ineiiihcer.) By voting
in the right way you will preset vo
the market and your living. In re
gard to the franchise, he had taken
a stand anainst these constitutional
amendments. Lately be had written
a letter to the Advertiser stating that
the foreigner should not be robbed
of his vote. The five men who voted
airainst those amendments weic lla
waiiaus and are on the Liberal ticket
to-day. Dillingham said he (the
speakei) had bis carpet bag packed
and was ready to leave. But he
would say be wasn't going to leave
before Feb. Urd and daik at that. If
Dillingham, who is allied with the
sugar barons, failed, be would have
to leave with his carpet bag. If
Dillingham and his paity were elect
ed, to import cheap coolies, we all of
us will have to pack and get. Wo
will all be tlat if we do not defeat
this sugar-missionary party. If Dil
lingham succeeded in bringing his
15-cent coolies into the country, do
you think he will give Portuguese SI
a da'? Mr. Marsden on his retain
said to the Planters' Labor and Sup
ply Company that coolies by the
thousand could be impoitcd at 15
cents a day. Mr. Dillingham is a
member of that company. They
dared not discuss that subject openly.
The subject was refen cd to the board
of tiustees and he believed Dilling
ham was a member of that board.
They dare not show it before elec
tion day. If you want coolies by the
thousand vole for Dillingham, Cum
mins, the sugar magnate, and his
party. Traveling over the railroad
be saw only Portuguese born in
China and Japan. If Dillingham
was elected ho will have 15-eent In
dia coolies instead of 25. -cent Japan
coolies. Toixora, a poor man, js
publishing a Portuguese paper and is
charitably supported by tho Mission
ary parly. After election day, how
ever, you will see that there won't
be any more fieo Sentinellas. Dil
lingham is paying for that paper,
and whether it was paid by money
which they pay in taxes and into the
railroad or not he would not say.
But it looked very fishy. It is very
humiliating to sec men of Portuguese
blood taking gold to sell you into the
Missionary camp. Dillingham m
conversation with Maiqucs the other
overling said he didn't go into this
campaign for pqlitics but business.
He couldn't get enough boodle out
side but he must go into Parliament.
Dillingham was so full of charity that
he raised the price of milk and meat.
No wonder he can give such costly
Christmas presents as 8500 stock
deals to Thurston and members of
that Cabinet. If you want the home
market pieserved you must vote the
Dr. Spinola spoke next in Portu
guese and was applauded at inter
vals. Mr. E. B.Thomas had never aspired
to legislative honois but since his
nomination he had been around aud
was more familiar with the futuie of
the Hawaiian Islands. This is a criti
cal moment and if the Asiatics arc
not taken hold of the mechanics will
go to the wall. Inside five years
about 2500 mechanics of all nation
alities have left this country because
their services were not needed here
any longer. The Asiatic hoi ties in
the mechanical line have hurl the
mechanics greatly. There were about
800 Chinese mechanics in Honolulu
alone. Foreigners lately have been
endowed with a vote, a privilege they
never had before, because it was not
needed. But when the foreigners be
gan to vote, tho Asiatic influx
stopped. 1 he Chinese nillux at Sin
gapore, a piosperous town, ciowdcd
the Scotch out, although it is said the
Jews cannot crowd the Scotch out.
Do you want this place to be like
Singapoio? (No!) The opposing
paity say Thomas, because ho is a
mechanic, is a mudsill. He consid
ered himself a fair representative of
tho workiugmen because he knew
what they wanted. Did you ever
know mc to biro a Chinese or a Jap
anese? If anyone can prove I lie
I'll enter a hole and pull it in after
me. Mr. Neumann had said Thomas
was a giaduatoof Oxford, but he had
'o work at nine years of age. Mr.
Cummins is a good man, but bo's
only good for giving parties, but to
send to the Legislature, you might as
well send a baby. You want to send
men with iron wills, not dummies.
There is a movement to whoop up
the big fry, and that will whoop up
the small fry and the latter were the
Mr.Vicrra, announced by tho chair
man as a popular young man, was
asked to speak, aud said: Owing
to his business connections ho was
unable to give any opinion.
Mr. Ashfoid said that Vicrra was
under tho missionary thumbscrew,
and the Liberal party purposed to cut
Hon. A. Marques wound up tho
meeting with a few lemaiks in Portu
Ilnidu, about 14
hamlt high, white snip
in face, whltu hind
font. A reward of $6
will ho paid on loliiiu to
331 31 Queen sticet.
I had been troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was chronic. I had a fullness
after eating andn heavy load in the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick
ness at the Stomach would overtake
me. Then ngain I would have the
terrible pains of Wind Colic. At
such times I would try to belch and
could not. I was working then for
Thomas McHenry, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny
City, Pa., in whose employ I had
been for seven yean. Finally I used
August Flower, and after using just
one bottle for two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now eat things I dared not touch
before. I would like to refer you to
Mr. McHenry, for whom I worked,
who knows all about my condition,
and from whom I bought the medi
cine. I live with my wife and family
at 39 James St., Allegheny City.Pa.
Signed, JdHN D. Cox.
G. G. GUUKN Sole Manufacturer,
Voodl)ury New Jersey, U. S. A
A.1? T::i?0 O'CLOt TC.
WILL HOLD A
Bortttiiuisi St root.
iSf All Votera Opposed to
the National Liberal Party are
invited to be present.
Wm. C. ACHI
NOMINEE OF THE
Soiim of Hawaii
For Road Board:
Jas. F. Morgan.
ONK Cottage to let on
Punchbowl sticet. "Kn
(jiiIik ol L. ADI.KK,
13 Niiiianu st. xhoe btme.
11 OUSK of (i loom?, kitchen
I and batliiooui, within
four mliuitcb1 walk of the
Post Olllee. Kent 920 a mouth. Apply
ut this olllee. 3L'8 if
Wliuii you wuuii u Portrait
Enlargoil call on Kinjr IlroH,,
'! their prloo lint stud hi o
guiunlejj. Tlioy can't be boat.
THE MUTUAL LIFE
HIOIIAItlt A. JBi'CUKOYi
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid Its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0LI ARS.
It,s Now Distribution Policy is the most libeial ever offered by any Insurance Company.
Iffi For full paitlctilars apply to
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On TUESDAY, Feb. lth,
AT 10 O'OliOOK A. .11.,
I will pell at Public Auction at the
Iron Warebous-o of O W. Mnofiirlaiic
it Co., Queen street, tho billowing
Distrained for non-payment of lent,
from the premises of the Union Iron
Works Co :
1 10-incli Lathe with chuck, gear
wheels, belts, vvienebey, study icst,
fall plate, holder, turning aud Inn
1 Emory Wheel with countershaft,
pulleys, lungorp, belting, shifter rod
1 lliass Workei's Lathe with chuck,
slide resi., counter shafts aud pul
leys, hangers, belting, turning and
boring tuolc, two dogs, shifter rod,
wrenches, lathe eentie, lay screws
and brass lever.
1 10 inch Lathe with countershaft am'
pulleys, hangeis. chuck, faceplate,
wi enohes, study rest, socket wiencb,
tool, post, gear wheels, shifter rod
1 G-ineb Lathe with counter shaft,
study rest, gear wheels and vvi clich
es. 1 Drill Press with baseplate, counter
shaft with pulley, fihifter uid, belt
ing, cone, shaft, pulley and fiame,
bed plate, handle aud haugeis.
1 J8-inch Lathe with chuck and
slide rest, two tail pieces, two
clamps vvilb bolts, belling, wrenches,
gear wheels, bool pinion, bangors,
tpol post, counter shaft with cone
and pulleys, study rest, chuck, slide
rest, boring and turning tools, two
latbo centres, one pipe centre, one
lest for cutting shafts.
1 Milling Machine vvilb two lun
gers, belting, shifter lod, countei
hbuft .and pulley, wrenches, oil
bo.es, geai head.
1 Simper with two tables, bed plate,
countershaft and pulley, three
hnngcis, two shifting rods, belting,
one centi.il, one rod, one gear
wheel, toolH, four lied plates.
1 Grinding Machine with cmjntc-
shaft, banger and pulleys, bulling.
9 Pnfii'o Tool.
g5"ll above are Complete and in
P. MO KG AN,
AUCTION SALE OF
DOB OH YoilDg St.
on Saturday, fi oth,
AT IK ''liOClt XOOl,
At my Saleroom, Queen stieet, 1 will
sell at I'ublfc Auction,
A Desirable Residence
On "Youiinj Sticet, at te.ir ot u"tf
doncu of Hon. S. l'aikor.
The Lot has a fiontajje of 50 feet (in
Young stieet ami is 140 feet deep, 'i'liuie
New Dwelling House
On the Lot eoutalnhifr l'.ulor, 3 lied
lonuis. Dlnitii;-) (mm, I'autiy. Kitchen,
etc. The pounds aie nicely plained
with Kloweio and Shade Tices. Water
laid on thionnlioiit.
toy l'or lm tbci paitlenlais apply to
.JAS. V. MORGAN,
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
'Patriots,' 'Heroes' & 'Saints.'
TUESDAY, Feb. 2nd.
AT 7i;l) 1?. XT ,
Com bo Ticket 82.50
.Hltiru'Adiulb-loi! 81 00
HPIIE annual nicotine;
1 holilcrd of tho C. Hi ewer
will In; held at tho Company's olllee on
Queen sticet. In Honolulu, on VKI)
NKSDAY, Feb. 3, 181)2, at 10 o'clock
a.m. E. F. BHMOP,
323 7t Seeietary U. Drawer & Co,
''PIIK tegular annual meetlntr of tho
X Hawaiian Fruit & T.uo Co. will ho
hold at their ollleo hi Walluku, Maul, on
FItlDAY, Feb, 12, 18U2, at 10 o'clock
A. m V. 11. DANIELS,
31 1 38t Peci elm HI, V. it T. Co,
.Mt'HsrH. King BroH. aro
pluming a lino lino of Bam
boo and otlior style Parlor
EiihoIk, Wall Brackets and
Window Cornices at prices
to meet the times.
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