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FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 18H2.
The San Francisco Daily Report
of March 11 lias an article on plund
ers, which states that tin disease is
increasing in many counties in Cali
foi nln, and is very prevalent in .San
Ftancisco. This fact should put our
authorities on their guard, as this
country has had seveie enough ex
perience with the dreadful disease.
The Report mentions the communi
cability of the malady to man, add
ing: "It is such an awful and hope
less disease that it used to be con
sidered the correct thing in the old
days to sltoot a trooper who had con
tracted it almost as promptly as his
lioise was shot. For this reason it is
to be hoped that the 'pull' will not
be brought to bear on the glanders
situation and that the diseased horse
of a politician will be as quickly dis
posed of as that of any other citi
zen." WHAT'S WRONG WITH JAY?
Ka Leo has a sermon on Jay Gould
this morning, consigning hi in to per
dition for ilia robberies, the text be
ing a report that the railroad king's
stomach was out of order, out of
shape, out of size, and everything
except outside in. The financial
article in the New York Sunday
Mercury a few weeks ago contained
The cry of wolf has been raised so
often about Jay Gould that his pre
sent sickness is treated with super
cilious contempt. The fact of the
matter is, Jay Gould is not seriously
indisposed. He is suffeiing from
nervous biliousness, and the report
that he has been attacked with hem
orrhage of the stomach is just about
as truthful as is the rumor that a
dividend will be declared on Missouri
Pacific at the next meeting. The
action of the Gould properties in the
market allows conclusively that the
principal owner is anything but
articulo mortis. He is likely to show
the "bears" on Western Union,
Manhattan and Wabash preferred
that he is worth a dozen dead mani
pulators. SURELY IMPROBABLE.
Rumors are afloat that a scheme i
brewing, backed by prominent resi
dents, to spring a republican form of
government on this country. It is
further rumored that the ultimate
object is annexation to the United
States, the Hawaiian lepublic being
only intended as a stepping stone to
the main consummation. If there is
any truth in the report, the enter
prise must be denounced as a piece
of madness. A republic composed
of heterogeneous elements like the
present body politic would simply
mean anatchy. Any attempt to
overturn the present economy,
whether successful 01 unsuccessful,
bloody or bloodless, would give the
country the worst black eye it ever
An unconstitutional attempt to ob
tain annexation through an indepen
dent republic would probabh-, more
than anything else, arouse public
opinion in the United States against
annexing the islands. The ultimate
object would thus be defeated, while
every interest of this country would
be, simply, "in a hole." If the pio
jectors of the scheme wish the group
to be governed by an unsympathetic
and cynical foreign agent, under the
terms of a "Berlin," or "London,"
or "Paris," or "Washington" treaty,
like the thus afllicled Sumoaus, let
them go on with their treasonable
It is not easy to regulate the traflic
on a tramway. A car will run neaily
empty a long distance, then quickly
become crowded uncomfortably, and
perhaps have this process repeated
more than once in a trip, Still the
management of a tramway may pro
vide agninBt occasional emergencies
a great deal better than is done by
the manager of the Honolulu system.
A glaring instance of want of fore
thought was given on the Beretania
street line the night of the inaugura
tion of the new baud stand at the
Hotel. The second last car that
would have carried people to the
spot in time was so over-crowded
that sixteen or seventeen persons
were wedged in on the rear platform.
There must have been from fifty to
sixty people on the car, which was
one of the ordinary "bobtails" that
do the ordinary trallic on that line.
For mauy blocks before reaching
the Hotel despairing hands were
waving in vain for the car to
stop at the corners, because it
was impossible to pack another
person Into the car except by lifting
liitu over the heads of those jammed
on the platforms. It is a wonder the
frail-looking vehicle stood the enor
mous pressure. Now onG would
think that the manager should have
seen by the pipers that an event of
great popular interest, in the form of
a free concert by two bands with an
unprecedented exhibition of electric
Illumination, was going In come off
at eight o'clock. This was surely
occasion enough for doubling the
cars each trip, or making tiips of
double frequency, or even of putting
on laige cars instead of the small
ones, for the hour preceding the
event. By the luck of such fore
thought, tar and animals were sub
jected to an injurious strain, a great
many people were Heated worse than
the law would allow cattle to be
used, And the company lost scores of
fines that should have been i utilized.
Many of the people who forced their
way on boatd the car iu question did
so because they believed there would
be a greater crush still on the car
that gave closer connection with the
"AFTER ALL THAT IS SAID."
KniToit Bri. i.i.i in:
"We do not have any (ear as to
tiie lestilt of any agitation that inter
ested panics may make in favor of
annexation or of republicanism.
Hither of these two conditions is ear
nestly desired by a laige nuinbei of
people of this community for several
causes. The primary and general
cause of disaffection to the present
form of government is principally due
to the unsatisfactory administiation
of the affairs ot the country, i. e.,
the attempt of the Executive to run
a personal government without any
regard to the nill of the people."
Whoever wrote the above, which
appeared in K.i Leo some das past,
speaks falsely when he says he has
no fear as to the result ol any agita
tion that interested parties may make
in favor of annexation or of lcpubli
canism. It has been Ids aim to stir
up the public mind by constantly
placing before the public the subject
of annexation or u icpublic. It is
his wish, although he has always lived
under a monarchical government, to
see the community turn out "en
masse" and request annexation to
the United States of Ameiica oi a
republic, because under the present
form of Government he oi they have
a very slight chance of a government
billet and lie or they will not be
content with less than ministerial
positions ; and so whether this King
dom is annexed or becomes a repub
lic becomes a matter of indifference
Disappointment still rankles in the
inmost recess of their hearts and so
they try to laisc opposition, create
disturbance, and preach iniendhiry
principles into the people ami tiy to
make them believe it is for their good.
If the people would only stop and
consider before they permit them
selves to be influenced by such un
principled motives and selfish reason
ings the' would be much happier to
day: but now they aie afraid of an
imaginary something about annexa
tion (which they know nothing at all
about), oi of the approaching uiiii
of this Kingdom which has been con
stantly pi cached into them in the
sheets of Ka Leo.
At present it is utteily impossible
for this country to be annexed to the
United States. These parties think
that all they have to do is to s.iy
"take us" and then the United States
would only have to say "come to our
arms" and that would be all but it
is a great mistake. Theie are many
old resident whose interests are iu
this country who do not wish it and
will strive against its accomplish
ment. The sons and families and
grand children of our first mission
aries who first brought the light to
this country do not wish it. And
the' have just as much light to say
as the native born that we shall
maintain an independent government
and if necessary will fight for it.
Ka Leo is the mouthpiece of the few
soreheads who are trying to instil
socialistic ideas into the minds of the
people and to sow discontent, and I
warn all right-minded people not to
be influenced by such foolish and
wicked ideas, for the results will be
Your peaceful homes will be burnt,
your lives in danger, your families
and those you love best will be
ruined. All these will bciesullsof
socialism ub we have seen all over
Europe. And yet Ka Leo encourages
the spread of these ideas to make an
end of our beautiful Island Kingdom
our peaceful home protected by
We have an Kxeculive who is bound
by the law of the land to watcli over
her subjects. We have ministers
who are bound by the law- and have
to guide their actions according to
the directions of the laws of the
country, and are responsible to the
Legislatuie for their actions. Where
is the pilikia? The pilikiu only
exists in the fertile biains of the
writeis of Ka Leo who are bent on
doing mischief. Such people ought
to be taken cure of and sent to un
institution like Win. Auld's establish
ment at Kupaluma the sooner the
better. It may be lucessury to re
move them from our midst as the
Citizens' Committee did during the
early days of California,
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY
!hk lluiHftirU'a A.'iil I'liifitliulr.
Dr, If . T. Ti'itNKU, Kusboii, Minn,,
miys; "I liuve found it veiy beneficial
in nervous debility, from any cmi-,
and Tor indigestion."
Admiral llrown unit tari Knjuy the
llnHiiliallly ot 3lr. aud Sirs. :. A.
At 8: 15 o'clock yesterday morning
a special train having on board
Admiral Brown, Mrs. Brown ami
sou, and a host of others, Including
a number of the visiting tourists,
drew out from the O. R. & L. Co.'s
depot. The party was a merry one
and all was joyous excitement. This
gay party was on an excursion trip
to the llonouliiili Plantation, Ewa,
and Waiplo, Pearl llaibor.
The party disembarked at t,lie
plantation and went through the mill
admiring the working of the differ
ent processes. The new cane-slicing
machines came iu for a shore of the
praise After a stay of half an hour
tliu pleasure-bent people took the
train again for Waiplo. After a lit
tle recuperation ander the cool shade
of trees, a delicious lunch was enjoy
ed, through the hospitality of Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Brown, ho9t and
hostess. Music was furnished by
the Quintet Club in its inimitable
An unfoitunate accident happened
to the little sou of Admiral Brown.
The lad was swinging in a hammock,
when by a sudden hitch he was
thrown out and Stunned. Airs, Brown
and others sprang to his help, and
after the application of water the lad
became himself again.
While at Waipio several of the
tourists indulged in the luxury of a
plunge into a pond of silvery clear
water. The day was a bright and
pleasant one and the outing was
generally enjoyed. The veidict of
the girls in the paity was, "Nuintii
PROPERTY ! PROPERTY !
Another of thn-c periodic chances
to become the owner of exceptionally
line lesidential propert will occur
to-morrow. Mr. Morgau will sell the
lesidence of Mr. M. Hyinan on King
.street, the premises formerly occu
pied by Mr. J. A. Ilassingcr on Pii
koi and Pensacola streets, and, in
connection with the latter, three
building lots on i'iikoi streeet. The
sale will take place at 12 o'clock, at
the auctioneer's salesroom.
11 PAUSE AND CONSIDER."
People who desire a republic should
relied what such a form of govern
ment here would entail. The last
election showed us who will be the
President and officials of the republic
should it e er come to pass in this
country. Are you desirous of such
a result? Vox Poruu.
LATEST FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
If yon don't take the "Daily Re
port" you don't get the news. San
Francisco Daily Repoit.
Theie is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the tough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and ficququcy of the
paroxysms of coughing, and insuies
a speedy recovery. There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
A. Bellanger, Propr. , Stove Foun
dry, Montagny, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It gave me great relief. I
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ed. Bergeron, General Dealer,
Lauzon, Levis, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Barrington, Engineer and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower has effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a mitacle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss., writes:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over." D
G. G. C.RBEN, vSole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jcisey, U. S. A.
rpili; Fourth Annlveihaiy of Pacific
1 Jlebeecu Degiee Lodge No. 1, I. O.
O. P.. will ho unsolved on FKIDAY
EVENING. Miueli 25th. at 8 o'clock i
M., hi Excelsior Hull. The members of
Excelsior Lodge No. I, Harmony Lodge
Xo, 8, and visiting members and their
families aie eordlully invited to attend.
I). P. LA WHENCE,
1177 21 Secietary.
HAWAIIAN ' .Miiiell Xo. C8U, Ame
ilean Lujmi of Honor, meets
THIS EVENING, at 7:ao u'clonk, at
Harmony Hall, King sheet
JOS. M, OAT,
1178 It Secretary.
1. Hluek and
with brown nose and fore
feet, white streak down
breaat. Five dollars lo
be paid on its return to this
WOULD STARVE FIRST.
II r. MnrrrkclM' UenolutlMi With Itp.
Kuril to thr Triint.
A Chicago despatch to the, New
York Tribune 9ays :
M. S. Wood, of San Francisco,
who rcprecnts Spreckcls and has be
come known for the hitter fight he
has waged against the Nntional Su
gar Company and for the power he
wields iu the government of the Ha
waiian Islands, is in this city. A
short time ago the report became
current that Mr. Spreckcls wns about
to succumb to the powers of the
trust. Mi Wood says: "There is
not the slightest foundation far such
a report. Mr. Spreckcls is not going
to give in to the trust. On the con
trary he is at the present time plan
ning a coup. The next move will
surprise some people. 1 am on my
way to New V.ork now to consult
with certain parlies with regard to
the matter. I presume that report
that he was going with the trust
arose from the iiict that the trust has
recently made him an ofler. It was
a most flattering one, but he told
them he would starve before he
would allow them to get a dollar's
worth of his interests."
Auction Sales by James F. Morgau.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furniture !
On MONDAY, March 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI..
At the residence of Mr. .1. Spencer, 122
Ring street, opposite Engine Co. No. 1,
I will sell at Public Auction.
The Entire Household Furniture
Centre Table. Chandeliers, Mut
trnses, Dieting Case,
A.li Bedroom Wot
Oak Dining Table A, Chair. lee
Box, Oil Stove,
I Fine Talking Parrot 1
, A lot of FINE FERNS, Etc.. Etc.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
:i78 2t Auctioneer.
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, March 2G,
AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON.
Formerly occupied by Mr. J. A. Hns-
finger us a Residence, on Piikoi
and I'cngucola streets.
The Lot is 200 feet wide and -100
feet deep with a 25 feet entrance fiom
Piikoi Btieet, and 25 feet from l'enua
eola btieet. Theie is a
LARGE DWELLING HOUSE
On the pioperly, containing Puilor,
Dining Room, 4 Bediooms, Large
Verandah, Faulty, Kitchen,
etc., etc., etc.
At the Mine time will be Bold
THREE BUILDING LOTS
Adjoining the above on Piikoi slieel ;
size 75 feet on Piikoi street,
and 200 feet deep.
All this pioperty is nicely planted
with Fiuit and Shade Treew. Wuter
laid on throughout.
Part of the purchase money
can remain on nioitgage. For further
particulars apply to
J AS. F. MORGAN,
372 St Auctioneer.
By order of Mil. M. HYMAN I will
sell at Publlu Auction, at my
salesroom, Eileen street,
On SATURDAY, March 20,
AT IK O'CLOCK XOOV,
is Fine Residence
On IClntr Btruet.
The Lot has a frontage of 152.5 feet on
Kinp street, 152.5 feet on Youmj street,
iiml Is 203.3 feet deep.
Tho Hoiibc is oue of the Best Built,
Most Convenient aud Handsomest Resi
dences iu tho city, and eoutains Large
Parlor, 6 Bedrooms, Until, Dinlngioom,
Pantry, Kitchen, etc. Theie aie Large
Verandas on thieo sides of the House.
There is also a Large Attic which can
readily ho divided Into rooms.
A Largo Cottage at the rear contains
Servant's Quaiters, Laundry, Uatli, Sta
ble aud Caulago Itooiu.
The Grounds are planted with Fiuit
Trees and Ornamental Shrubbery. The
Walks thiougliout aie well-built, ensur
ing comfort dining wet weather.
This offers an unusual opportunity to
put chase the Uaudsomcbt aud Most Con
venient Residence iu Honolulu.
Ifflr For TERMS OF SALE and fur
ther paitieulars apply to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
301 lOt Auctioneer,
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00.
IU1!I1AHI A. SlcUUKDY.
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy !
. . .
It hapaid its member since, its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF DOLIARS,
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal ever offered by any Insurance Company.
KS For full paitioulars apply to
1-91 General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
PACMC HARDWARE CO., I'D.
DOOlt mats, uook MATS. I
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain I
Cocoanut Mats, a dewiable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. n& Call and examine our stock.
Auction Sales by Levis J. "Levey.
By order of Mr. I. Rubensteiu, Assig
nee of the Estate of Tai Lung, I will
ell at Public Auction, at iny Salesrooms.
On MONDAY, March 28th,
AT IO O'CLOCK A 31 .
The Whole of the Stock of Merchandise
aud Stoie Fittings belonging to said Ks
tate. consisting of
GENT'S and BOY'S CLOTHING,
Ladies', Gent's A, Children's Hosiery
and Boots & Shoe. White. Coloied and
Woolen ShhtSifc Drawers, Collars, Rib
bons, Towel, Corsets, Shawls,
Rugs, Blankets, Quilts
Ladies' Uudeielotliing, Piints. Sheet
ing, Table Cloths, Cutlery, Jewelry,
Counters, Show Cases, Felt & Stiaw
Hats, Lamps, Sewing Machines, etc.,
1 Fischer's Fire Proof Safe, i
LEWIS J. LBVJEY,
377 3t Auctioneer.
Golden Rule Bazaar
Lute A. Ij. Smith' Store.
ON INSTALLMENT PLAN
$5 Down & $5 a
Easy! Easy! Easy!
JUST RECEIVED FULL BOUND
With Mlller-Megee Pateut Backs. Also,
Fall Bound, Half Bound, Cloth
o oo k:s i
Fairtiank & Cole's Banjos.
Depot for WILL & FINOK'S CELE
BRATED CUTLERY & SHAVING MATERIALS 1
gjST The STAR SAFETY RAZOR
is the het! Get one and fuel miser
ahlo? It only costs 1. Don't forget
we keep u full line of
And SCHOOL SUPPLIES,
SOAPS, HAIRBRUSHES, COMBS. Etc.
Croquet, Lawn Tennli, Racquets, Etc.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
G. SO MM A,
,107 him; MTIlUCT.
Has the honor to infoim the Ladies Unit
he luiH opened in connection with
his Oarher Shop a
Flrst-cliiHH Purls i an JuHtta'
Iljilr Dressing Parlor
For Ladles' Hulr Diesslng, Shampooing,
Jlnu Cuttim; and Curling, Also, all kinds
of Artistic II till- Woik. :i7(i lv
For Mouldings, Frames,
Pastels, Arlotynes, Photo
gravures, Etchings anil
everything in the line of
pictures, go to King Bros.,
i Hotel street
P. D. CORSETS
Just Received a Full Line of P. D. CORSETS at
"0KT jfi BiSkD JBBCjJB
A .. , ,
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
IN ALL QUALITIES AND ALL SIZES.
COME AND SEE THE CORSET WE ARE OFFERING AT
IT CAN'T BK BEAT ! ) Q C T S . IT CAN'T BK BEAT !
' v u u 91
New York Life
Interest, Rents, etc
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc
TOTAL TO POLICY-HOLDERS
New Policies Issued
New Insurance Written '
Liabilities, 4 per cent. Standard
Policies in Force
Insurance in Force
Growth of the Company During the
Past Eleven Years.
NEW INSURANCE ISSUED.
In the year 1880 $ 22,229,979 00
In the year 1885 68,521,452 00
In the year 1891 .. 152,664,982 00
In the year 1880 8 8,904,7,19 41
In the year 1885 ' 10,121,172 74
In the year 1891.'. 31,854,194 98
INSURANCE IN FORCE.
January 1, 1881, '. 8135,726,916 00
January 1, 1886 259,674,500 00
January 1, 1892 614,824,713 00
January 1, 1881 , 8 43,183,934 81
January 1, 1886 66,864,321 32
January 1, 1892 t . , 125,947,290 81
January 1, 1881 ' $ 0,047,262 81
January 1, 1886 10,188,215 90
January 1, 1892 15,141,023 81
In the year 1880 8 4,499,89124
Iu the year 1885, 7,681,873 75
In the year 1891 12,071,490 88
O. O. raiRlfcGKEJHfc,
k General Agent for the Uiwailia Inlands,
. . , 362-lm
OF NEW YORK.
t u k -im-j)i
T II K
8 26,256,275 40
.' 49,192 50
$ 31,851,194 98
JAN. 1, 1892.
. 8125,947,290 81
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