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Tho following additional iiifttruc
lions to Voters under Section 1U3 of
the Election Law is lieieby pin
claimed: "No Voter will Im allowed to le
main in t lie coinp.utmcnt fot pi i par
ing his ballot for loiigct tlutti four (4)
minutes." 0. N. KL'BNOEK,
Minister of tlie Interior.
lnterioi Oillee, Feh. 1, 1802.
It line pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint this
HONORABLE HERMANN A.
To bo Minister of Finance, ee Hon
oiablu John Molt Smith, resigned,
lolani Palace, Jan. 28, 1892.
IVi I fit
t JJ Mi
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, PER. 2, 1802.
Vote the straight National Reform
ticket. Leave scratching to the
It is only fair to state that the let
ter of "Diogenes" had to be cut
down more than one-half to adapt it
to available space.
Voters, see that no tricks be played
on you to-morrow, to defeat your
honest intentions of voting the straight
National Refoi in ticket.
Every vote for the go-as-you-please
candidate is a vote for the Liberals.
And every vote cast for the Libcials
is a stone thrown at the piospenty
of the countrj'.
The champions not merely of the
Chinese, but of sundry despicable
Chinese jobs, last Legislature, arc to
be found on the tickets of the Na
tional Liberals throughout the group.
Remember, that if you vole for
more than three candidates for six
year Nobles, or one candidate for
four-year Noble, or one candidate for
two-year Noble, your ballot will not
be counted. Be careful!
Mr. Macfarlanc gave straight his
tory when he said that the Liberal
oratois, now shouting themselves
hoarse about Chinese coolies, were
traitors to the cause of the mechanics
and wotkingmen in last Legislature.
Mr. Viggo Jacobsen asks for him
self and many others whether a voter
for Representative can vote for the
Road Hoard. Yes. The law says
the Road Board shall be elected by
the qualified voters, and voters for
Representatives arc qualified voters.
We have been requested to state
that the public schools will not be
closed to-morrow, Wednesday, the
3d inst., excepting at those school
houses that have been allowed for
polling places for the election. Child
ren are better out of the streets on
Reports from the canvass are that
Mr. Neumann, who is singled out by
the Advertiser as the only man to be
beaten on the National Reform ticket,
is rapidly increasing the great origi
nal strength of his support. Tlie
disgruntled faction should have tried
Every friend of improved treaty
relations, every opponent of constitu
tional disturbance, every supporter
of discreet and honest government,
evciy man opposed to the ascendancy
of professional demagogues, should
be at the mass meeting of the
National Refoi in party this evening.
Owing to the largo quantity of
matter on hand and promised early
insertion, besides lengthy repoitsof
meetings, the Ui'M.ktin typographical
stall could not have their Holiday last
Friday. They were therefore prom
ised a holiday on election day, so that
the paper will not bo issued to-mor-iow.
As the dio will be cast before
the usual publication hour, no public
cud would bo served by issuing the
The Advertiser says if the Bush
gang get in, "the Bulletin will bo at
the door of the Government building
swearing allegiance, and looking for
'By Authority' printing." In this
matter wo must confess the Adver
tiser has got ahead of us, Before
tho Bush gang broke- away from tho
National Reform party, the Adver
tiser was paying its "distresses" in
an obsequious way to that party.
Whenever Bush and Wilcox hud
juade the breach, the Advertiser be-
gan first, with open attacksi and,
secondly, by treacherous 9ubtcrfugo
its campaign against the National
Reform party. Us blundering re
ference to the patronage, for which
it contends fiercely and sacrifices
anything, no matter who runs the
Government building, shows what is
the Advertiser's lofty motive!
Mr. Marques has issued an ail
diess to English-reading voters. It
coos you as gently as a sucking dove
on the constitutional question. The
main argument is that a bran-new
constitution ts better than a patch
work coiicci n. That depends. Thete
are sevetal renovated castles of the
middle ages which ate somewhat su
perior to some of thu bran-new struc
tures of Chinatown. Mr. Maiqttcs
is wiser than the statesmen who
made the Constitution of the United
States. They incorporated as few
in that unparalleled
possible. And Mr.
of "The Aiueiican
pi o visions, which might
to be original in conception,
about the only ones that have
fulfilled the expectations of
OPEN LETTER NO. 2.
Honolulu, Feb. 2, 1892.
G. W. At.hford:
Your conventional protest against
the anonymous Tiuth-seekcr is noted
likewise your reflections upon the
bad manners and courage of my il
lustrious namesake. But that doesn't
answer the questions. That the mat
ters involved are antique, puerile, or
in any way answered by your speech
referred to is a matter for the public,
not you, to decide.
Your assuiance even to Diogenes
regarding Christinas presents is not
satisfactory. You have attempted
to brand as a bribe-taker an honest
and patriotic native son of this coun
try, and with facts of which you
should have been cognizant lie ex
poses the falsity of your charge;
and whaU you first proclaimed a bribe,
you now teim a Christinas present.
Would you, as a lawyer, tiust the
bare unsupported word of a man who
had so acted towards pnother, when
he spoke in defense ol himself?
You do not care to explain your
self even once in your whole cam
paign to a fairly intelligent audience.
The questions were honestly put to
you, tho' it is confessed in the be
lief that you would pass them by un
answered, for the reason that you
would not attempt to deceive the in
telligent as you nave the moie ignor
ant masses who have formed the
greater part of your hearers.
Your easy-going opponent has
taught you that you have too poor a
memory to be a successful liar: you
are not yet too old to learn other
things. It is a philosophical maxim
as old as civilisation and as respect
ed to-day as in its youth: "Qui
tacit conseutit;" "He who remains
Tlie hope was expressed that you
would explain away the grave charges
circulating through this Kingdom
about you not only for your own
sake but for the sake of youi follow
ers. Do you for one moinent con
ceive that any decent man, even of
oidinary sense, is bound in any way
to support, a leader who openly and
publicly admits that he is a traitorous
You say that you are not a Cai pet
Bagger. Excuse me but read the
following dtfinition: "Carpet Bag
ger: A needy political adventurer
who goes about the country pander
ing to the piejudices of the ignorant
with the view of getting into place
or power." Imperial Diet. And
perhaps you will recognize your mis
take, Yes you paine to this country in
1883 and you referred to Sir John
Macdonald and to Canada, the coun
try of your biith, in no uncertain
terms of contempt until your visit
there in 1889. You proudly pro
claimed yourself an American citizen
and that America was the home
whence you hailed to these islands.
You took active part in the revolution
of 1887 and you were the most
zealous of ''missionaries."
Only a few days ago yoji boasted
from the stump that "missionaries"
and "sugar barons" were the only
two trades of this country not re
presented on your ticket. No mis
sionary in tliis country ever spoke of
or acted toward the Hawaiian as con
temptuously as you did, and you aro
the most perfect living type of the
missionary who has brought misfor
tune and ruin to the noble Hawaiian
As for "sugar barons" J Have
you f 01 gotten your associate Ross?
Why, don't you know that when lie
ran a plantation and was one of the
sugar barons himself, he ale kanaka
babies fried on toast for breakfast
You weio one of the "boodle"
revolutionists. The Ashford family
was out for the stuff patriotism,
principle and honesty were words
without meaning to tho carpet-baggers
You weio appointed Attorney
General and you did act in thoiough
and complete harmony with your
colleagues until your departure for
Canada in lt89. You approved of
the proposed free trade tiealy,
bounty, independence guaranty, and
all and you had the confidence of
your colleagues, until you went to
Canada In 1889.
But you went to Canada and you
weio tempted and you fell. What
was tho price, thou confessed bribe
taker? What was tho price which
placed you at enmity with your hon
muble colleagues? ft was not a large
oneit 4-ould not satisfy your wolfish
wants: hatDlogenc3 knows and of
that, at least, he can gladly assure
tho people of this kingdom whom you
have defrauded. Up to tho last mo
ment to tho very moment, when
finally in the royal presence you ad
vised against the signing of the
treaty, you would not declare your
self. Only at the final moment would
your voice be heard. The only in
ference to be drawn ftotn your ac
"Yes of course - we all know tho
treaty is of first importance to our
prosperity: but the King hates this
Cabinet, and unless we are unani
mous he will not sign. I have just
got back iroin Canada, you under
stand, and 1 met my old friend, Sir
John Macdonald, and Canada is just
north of the United States you know,
and has a big railroad 1"
You had hardly sold yourself to
Canadian influunces when you were
open to tho next bid. Perfidy of the
character exhibited by you was novel
in these islands, and the prophecy is
ventured, that it will never be
equaled in the future. Well, jou
have found it necessary to make ex
planations a good deal sinco then,
haven't you? You have found it a
pretty hard task to make people be
lieve that black is white, haven't
you? Yes, indeed. While honest
men go their ways and stand shoul
der to shoulder in this the first dark
hour of this little kingdom, and
stand face to face with the ruin that
you have brought about; deserted
plantations, deserted homes, empty
calabashes, all in plain sight yes
while honest men stand thus, what
does the traitor A3hford?
Y'ou have given up making expla
nations to honest men you have
found that they don't believe you;
and now you mislead tho low and
ignorant the malicious, the restless,
the foolish. Day by day your circle
of believers grows smaller, lcs3 in
telligent, and more vicious. One by
one they find you out Yrcs it only
needs enlightenment for even Bush
to find out what your perfidy means,
and then he will discover that be
longing to a higher level in the social
and moral plane than yourself you
and he won't mix any longer.
Even with the multitude of con
temptible vices in Bush he is better
able than you to define the word
patriotism. This is his country.
And when these men who follow you
uow realize how much, how often you
have misled auu deceived them, and
when they understand what an
enemy you have been to their coun
try and its industries, they will rend
you limb from limb.
Advice cannot be given you. Tlie
day is past when advice would be of
any use or consequence to you. Y'ou
are not worth one word of it. Sir
Walter Scott can tell your future
and so I leave you with him :
"Breathes there the man, with bouI so
Who never to himself hath-said,
This iB my own, my native land!
Whose heart bath ne'er within him
As home his footsteps he hath turned,
.broni wandering on a foieign
If such there breathe, go, mark him
For him no minstrel raptures swell;
High though his titles, proud bis
Boundless his wealth as wish can
Despite those titles, power and pelf,
The wretch, concentred all in self,
Living, shall foifeit fair renown,
And, doubly dying slfall go down
To the yie dust, from whence he
Unwept, unhonor'd and unsung."
Dk. McLennan, tho well-known
specialist of San Francisco, Cal., re
cently arrived hero with his family,
has opened offices at No. 31 Richards
street, opposite the Royal Palace.
I'ho Doctor has had fifteen years of
unprecedented success at the Bay
City, having among his patients
many of our leading citizens to whom
ho can now refer.
Tho Doctor's specialty is tho treat
ment of all chronic, difiiuult and lin
gering diheaso, and ho invites nil so
ullliuted to visit him. Jfofors by per
mission to Mr. J. T. Waterhouso, Sr.
Medical and surgical olectricity a
specialty. 334 lm
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the seat of pain a piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's.. Pain
Balm. Y'ou will bo surprised at the
prompt relief it affoids. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co.. agents.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
rpiIK icgulai- monthly meeting of this
1. company will take place THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING, Febi nary 2nd, at
llio hull of Mechanic J2ng)na Co. No. 2,
U 7 ;.'!0 o'clock, livery member Is ld
ijucsteil to be piesent.
31)5 It seeietary.
w. 11, noons,
HUSTACE & CO.,
All oiders for eartago promptly attended
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in tiausit to tho other Islands:
ALSO 13 LACK & WHITE SAND
In (jiiiuitltlrj to f))t at lowest pi Ices.
r?r Okkiok: Next door fo Jus. P.
Moigtiu'H auction room.
Mutual 19 "HtH Telephones r Bell 414
Those who have not
used Boschce's Ger
man Syrup for some
severe and chronic
trouble of the Throat
and Lungs can hard
ly appreciate what a truly wonder
ful medicine it is. The delicious
sensations of healing, easing, clear
ing, strength-gathering and recover
ing are unknown joys. For Ger
man Syrup we do not ask easy cases.
Sugar and water may smooth a
throat or stop a tickling for a while.
This is as far as the ordinary cough
medicine goes. Boschce's German
Syrup js a discovery, a great Throat
and Lung Specialty. Where for
years there have been sensitiveness,
Eain, coughing, spitting, hemorr
age, voice failure, weakness, slip
ping down hill, where doctors and
medicine and advice have been swal
lowed and followed to the gulf of
despair, where there is the sickening
conviction that all is over and the
end is inevitable, there we place
German Syrup. It cures. You aro
a live man yet if you take it
J.'V 7:30 0'CLO K,
WILL HOLD A
All Voters Opposed to
the National Liberal Pnrty are
invited to be preBent.
Wm. C. ACHI
NOMINEE OF THE
Soiw of" Hviii
mm w nirmrinxici' mminm
For Road Board:
Jas. F. Morgan.
iNE Cottage to let on
" Punchbowl street. En-
l uulro of L. ADLKIl.
2U7 tf 111 Nuiiunu fit. fhoo Btoie.
,jmjk U OU8E of C rooms, kitchen
mlfifrW I I and Imtluooin, within
HKN four minutes' walk of the
Post Ofllco. Rent 3-'0 a month. Apply
at this olllcu. 328 U
Wliun you wain, a Portrait
Enlarged c.ill on KinBroH,,
got their jnico lint and hco
Bauijilet). They can't bo bout.
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THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.
ItlUIIAJll X. JtCcUllItllY.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy I
It has paid Its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOL1 ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is tho most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
t&- For full particulars apply to
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On P1UDAY, Feb. 5th,
AT lO O'OMMUC A. 31 .
At tho residence of Mr. Z K. Myets,
Ileietanla stieut, I will cll at Public
The Entire Household Furniture
Composing In part:
Wicker Easy Chairs.
11. W. Marble-top Contcr Table,
Oak Kockers, U. V. Sccrctaiy,
B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
Hanging Ijnnips, Mattras3cs( Mos
Pine Bureau, Chuffonler,
B. W. Exceasion Dining Table,
Crockory & Glasswaie,
Ice Chest, Meat Safe,
"ttedalllon" Stove, K'tclpn Uteasl ,
Gardon Hose, Lawn Mower,
Perns & Plants, Etc., Etc.
J6T" Tho House will be open tor in
spection on Thursday, from 10 a. ni.
to 1 p. m.
JAS. F. AIOKG VTV,
rck'i 2t Auctioneer.
On TUESDAY, Feb. lGlh,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
I will boll at Public Auction at the
Iron WarelioiiHc of G. W. Miiclail.uie
ik Co., Queen street, the following
Pihtrained for n,on-payimnt of lent,
from tho premises of tho Union Iron
1 Hi-inch Lathe with chuck, gear
wheels, belts, wionchoe, btudy icst,
fall plate, holder, turning and bor
1 Emory Wheel with countershaft,
pulleys, hangers, belting, shifter rod
1 Brass Worker's Lathe with chuck,
blide rest, counter sh.iftb and pul
leys, hangers, beltiug, turning and
boring tools, two dogs, shiflur rod,
wrenches, lathe centie, lay berews
and brass lecr.
1 16-inch Lathe with countershaft and
pulluyb, hangers, chuck, faceplate,
wiencliCB, btudy reht, socket wrench,
tool, post, gear wheels, shifter rod
1 G-ineh L.itho with counter shaft,
study rest, gear wheels and wi Clich
es. 1 i ill Tress with baseplate, counter
shaft with pulley, shifter lod, belt
ing, cone, bbaft, pulley and fniniu.
bed plate, handle and hangers.
1 '18-inch Lathe with chuck and
slide rest, two tail piices, two
- clamps with bolts, belting, wrenches,
gear wheel-, bevel pinion) hangers,
tool post, counter shaft with cone
and pulleys, btudy rest, chuck, slide
rcbt, boring and turning toolb, two
lathe eenlics, ono pio centre, one
icst for cutting shafts.
1 Milling Machine with two han
gere, belting, shifter lod, counter
shaft and pulley, wienches, oil
boxes, geiir head.
1 Simper with two table, bed plate,
countershaft andr pulley, Unco
hungers, two shifting rods, belting,
one ccutial, one rod, one geai
wheel, tools, jfour bed plates.
1 Grinding Machine with couutci
shaft, hanger and pulleys, bolting.
2 Cases Tool.
g0fA above are complete and in
JAS. F. MORGAN,
333 Hit Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
-Residence on Youog St
On SATURDAY, Feb Gt.1i,
AT IK O'CLOCK OOM,
At my .Siilesioom, Queen street, I will
' " spll uf Pnbjlo Auction,
A Desirable Residence
Dn Young Street, at rear of lesl
deiice of Hon. S. Paiker.
T)io Lot lias a froptago of 50 feet on
Young sheet and Is 14li feet deep. Thcio
New Dwelling House
On the Lot containing I'm lor, 8 Bed
rooms, Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen,
etc. Tho gioundb aio nleoly planted
with Flowers and Shade Trees. Water
laid 011 thioimhoiit.
t& For further particulars apply to
JAS. P. BIOUGAN,
331 7t Auctioneer.
JHchHi-8. King Bros, aro
showing a lino lino ol' Bam
boo and olhor stylo Parlor
Easels, Wall Brackets! and
Window Cornices at prices
to meet tho times.
mwt am Mtvimfiim
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Fori Sirool, Honolulu.
Nc.w Goods by Late Arrivals !
Tools & flmplements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to S00 Gallons').
fiSF" We arc the only Authorized Agents for this aiticle, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
li:t-115 Fort Street.
ARE NOW THE
New and Fresh Lot Just Received from the
STYLES OF ARCHITECTURES:
Kiistliiko, Queen Anno, Renaissance, Gothic, Italian, Olassio, Norman,
IN STONE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD. '
Best Modern Designs in Residences! Cheap Artistic Cottages a Specialty I
Complete plans and speculations given ; also superintendence of construction.
01 FI(E-(hilton Block c(r.Kiner& Fort. Entrance on Foit St
SING LOY & CO,
53 KINq STREET.
Havo re-opened In their New liullding,
uhcro they will Keep constantly in
stock at the lowest pi Ices, .-u
large assottiiieut of
Dry Goods, Chinese Sills,
Satins. Plushes, Ribbons, Purees,
Laces, Embroideries, Etc,, Etc.
rpili: regular annual ineellntc'or thu
X Hawaiian Fruit it T.uo Co. will ho
hold ut their olllco In WalluKu, Maul, on
FRIDAY, Feu. 12, 18'J2. at 10 o'clock
A. m n W, II. IMNIKI.S,
811 88t Seeietary U. K. & T. Co.
OF NEW YORK.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
UouoIqIii, II. 1.
"Kf H S
JM I 3 .
OSCents a Bottle,
GO Cents a Bottle,
$-1.00 per Dozen,
$7.00 per Dozen.
MRS, FLORENCE WILLIAMS
'Patriots,' 'Heroes' & 'Saints.'
TUESDAY, Feh. 2nd,
FRIDAY, Feh. Cth.
. . . i , Mi
AT 'f,fH JT. ay.
Coiii'60 Tlpket . . ,,..,.,,.,,,,.,.,.. ga.fiil
.Slimlu Aduisalo. ..,,,.,, ,.,,,....$1.00
'I UK annual meeting of thu stock.
1 holieis of the U, lliewor it Co,
will ho held at thu Couipnny's oillee on
Queen stieet, In Honolulu, 011 WKD
NKSDAY, Feh. il, IS92, at 10 o'clock
a. m. e. f. manor,
321) 7t Secretary O. Rrewer & Co,