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Will bo received at tho Office of tho llonil
Supervisor, In tho Kapualwa lhiltding,
until THURSDAY, Jan. 20th, at 12 o'clock
noon, (or furnishing to the Honolulu lioail
Board at Honolulu, tho following items of
Tools and Materials na or schedules here
with for six months from dato, viz:
Oos , perdoz.
Oo Handles., , do
Pick do do .
Mattock do do
"WhoelhaiTOtts . ... Iron Tray
do . . Wood llollcd
do Trays Wood
ltlaek Blasting I'owder . . . i!3 lb, keg
Giant do do 60 lbs. boxes or keg
Fuse and Giant Powder Caps . per box
Lard Oil percale
IllackOll . per bid.
Machine Oil per gal. or bbl.
Cylinder Oil do
Ilopo, Manila . per coll
Waste .. ... per bale
Nails, Galv., Od .. . per keg
do 8d do
do lOd do
do 12d do
do 20d do
do 30d,40d,50dand00d.. do
Snlkcs. Galv 1 to 7 In. I
Nails, Iron, GOd per keg
do 6d do
do 8d do
do lOdtoGOd do
Leather Harness per lb.
do Saddle per lb.
Buckets, Galv., 12, 14 and 10 in . per doz.
Sperm Oil per gal.
Axlo Grease, Evorlasting tfc Dickson's,
Carbolineum and KrazerN Coal T.ir
Horseshoe Nails, Putnam, No. (iS, No.
Horseshoes, Perkins, No. 100 . . Box
Kerosene Oil per case, 10 cases lot
Hunt's Axes, Handled per doz.
Shovels, Patent, Long Handles . do
do Handles, Patent, Long and
Short Handles ... do
Shovels, Patent, Short Handles ... do
Picks, Hunt's . do
Mattocks, Hunt's do
Hinges, Galv., 8 to 12 In. . . per doz. prs.
do Iron, 12 in .... do
do do Sin do
N. W. Lumber, Timber M ft.
do do Plank do
do do Boards do
do do Scantling .... do
do do 1x3, lxl and 1x5 . . do
R. K. W. Lumber, Timber do
do do Boards .. .. do
do do Battens do
do do Split Posts . . Each
R. W. Shingles per M
Cedar do do
Padlocks . per doz.
Galv. Iron Roofing, 5, 0, 7 and b . . per lb.
do Ridging . per ft.
Oak Plank, 2 to 3 in . . do
Australian Coal :M0 lbs. to ton
Departure Bay Coal ... do
Blacksmith Coal ... . per ton
Hubs .... per do.
felloes Dump Cart Sues .. do
Spokes J Jo
Bur Iron, Round and Plat, Refined
.. per lb.
Portland and German Cement ..per bbl.
Red BrioLs per il
Lime per bbl.
Haines. ... perpr.
Dump Cart Saddles Kadi
Horse and Mule Collars do
Scythes . per doz.
Scythe Handles per doz.
Sledge Hammers per lb.
Piles Ass't bizes
Lanterns per doz.
Lead per lb.
Washers, Ass't Sizes per pkg.
Screws, do do
Carriage Bolts, do do
FishOil per gal. or blil.
Rubber Packing per lb.
Emery Cloth perdoz.
Yard Brooms per doz.
Sheep Skin per piece
All bids must be endorsed "Tenders for
Tools and Materials, Honolulu Road
All supplies must be delivered withm
One Mile of the P. O. free of charge, una
all tho above supplies must be subject to
the Road Supervisor's approval.
The Road Board do not bind themselvi
to accept the lowest or any bid.
By order of the Honolulu Road Board.
W. H. CUMMl.NUs,
Road Supervisor, Honolulu
Honolulu, January 12, lS'Ji.
Tho following appointments of Clerks in
the Judiciary Department hue been
Mr. Henry Smith, Clerk of the Judi
Messrs. F. W. Wundenbcrg and George
LucaB, Deputy Clerks of the Judiciary
Department for tho First Circuit.
Mr. Goodale Armstrong, Deputy Clerk
of tho Judiciary Department for the foce
Mr. Daniel Porter, Deputy Clerk of the
Judiciary Department for the Third and
Mr. R. W. T. Purvis, Deputy Clerk of
the Judiciary Department for the Fifth
The Clerk of the Judiciary Department
is clerk tz officio of all the Courts of Record,
and the Deputy Clerks for the First Cir
cuit are also Clerks of the Supreme Court.
Aliiolant Hale, Honolulu, Jan. If!, 180J.
NOTIOE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 18ttf, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oahu shall be made at
tho Interior Office.
On the othor Islands It shall bo done at
tho Offices of tho several Sheriffs.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, lKtt. falt-tf
All persons having business to transact
at the Government Building may do so lie
twoen the hours of 0 a. m. and 1 p. m. dully
by securing passes on application to the
officer of the day.
JAMES II. CASTLE,
Secretary of the Ex. and Ad. Council.
Owing to tho Declaration of Martial Law,
roto pajcrs aro hereby notitlcd that the
tlmo of payment Is hereby extended to
January 31, 1N)J.
All such rates remaining unpaid after
tho nbovo date will bo subject to nn addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN C. WHITi:,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kixu,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, lslU.
Holders of Water Privilege, or thoo
paying Water Hates, are heuby notilied
that the Hours for using water for lrriga
lon purposes aro from 0 to 8 o'clock . m.,
md 1 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notii e.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wiuox,
Minister of the interior.
Honolulu, H. 1., Jan. 5, lS'.n.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect tior Party,
Hut Established for the lienefit of All.
SATURDAY, .IAN. 21, 1893.
Thoro has boon no sound heard on
tho outhido of any boom in St. Loui,
Missouri, last j oar, yet building im
provements were made in that city
of $17,000,000 all tho same.
Western and Southwestern papeis
of tho United States aro adocatiny
tho introduction in their regions of
tho kangaroo from Australia. This
is a livo stock enterprise sure to ad
vaueo b' leaps and bounds.
Tho United States had a prosper
ous internal business last jear, in
spito of McKinley and tho election.
Dun's report places tho failures at
10,3M with indebtedness at 11 i.000,
000, which is a remarkable decrease
over pro ious years.
"Oh, how shiftless!" Last year
557,G4(5 unmailable letters wore drop
ped in United States. pot ollice
boxes, no loss than :52,t512 of them as
bare of address as a drain digger.
From tho samples stuck tip outside
of post offices in these islands, it is
likoly that proportionate caieless
ness proails hero.
To rido in on tho crest of the
wave is tho ambition of otery skill
ful surf-rider. Such, also, mar bo
considered tho conduct of many of
our residenf& in tho prc-ent condi
tion of things. Follow snecoss if it
does not follow you, is the practical
motto thoy adopt. Let them, how
ever, beware of the fate of tho surf
rider who, through lack of judg
ment, catches tho wao a little aftor
tho proper time. Ho is rudely dash
ed from his floating board and oer-
w helmed in the angry breaker-.
Three laws hao been matlo and
published by tho Provisional Gov
ernment. Act 1 de-elates tho trans
fer of powers from the Sovereign to
tho President, and tho transfer of
powers from tho Cabinet to tho
Exueutho Council. Act 2 is to com
pel all Government officials to take
tho oath of allegiance to tho Provi
sional Government within twenty
da3-s. Act 3 dofines treason and
provides for those guilty thereof the
penalty of death or, in tho discretion
of tho court, imprisonment and fine.
Tho San Francisco Bulletin is still
agitating against tho free entry of
hordes of Japanese from Honolulu.
An article therefrom on tho subject
appears in this issuo. In consonance
with tho object of our present rulers,
our remaining Japs will snap theii
fingors at the San Francisco kickois,
We are coming, Path, r ft rover,
Twenty thousand strong;
Our contracts all are hustid,
And we're coming right along.
Thoro scorns (o b a terribly rapid
ascendance of mob law in tho United
States. Scarcol' a daily paper can
bo picked up without seeing in it an
account of a terrible conflict bo
tweou "citions" and jail authori
ties, ending in tho triumph of tho
mob nnd its oMillation over tho
death agonies of criminals wrested
from tho hands of justice. In one
case lately forty men were slaughter
ed boforo tho mob gained control
and brutally murdered three mur
derers. Tho bravo sheriff nnd many
of his equally bravo assistants were
butchered boforo tho vastly supoiior
forces of tho inob carried the works.
The Advertiser says this morning:
"The Government must remain as it
now is until Htich lime as advices
from abroad shall determine what
changes shall take place. What
ever these may bo thoy will un
doubtedly bo for the permanent
vvelfaie mid prosperity of native
IfnuaiiaiiH, as well as foreigners.
No betrayal of the high trust io
posed in the Government need be
feared." Presuming that the Adver
tiser voices the semi-ollicial uttei
aiii'e.H of the Government, this !h
good sound sense if it is to be taken
literally. That means that every
person now performing government
functions will remain so performing
them and that no changes will tako
plnco until word has boon received
of what viow America and tho othor
Great Powers tako of tho present
situation. If this is strictly followed
out much satisfaction will bo felt
and confidence restored.
Tho financial ret tuns for tho quar
ter ending December 31, 18!12, show
receipts of .?T 1(1,033.78, and expendi
tures of J2(5(i,712.2.". Of the receipts
$11,200 was hoi rowed under difforent
loan acts. Tho ptincipal amounts
of ordinary lovenue were as follows:
Intoiior Department receipts, $10,
128.0.1; Customs, $115,102.1)1; linos,
.$11,158.10; Post Office, $12,235.79;
Internal taes, $273,807.5)0. Tho
laigost item of expenditure was $50,
0(.)5.05 for interest on the national
debt, and $21,200 was withdrawn
from tho Postal Savings Hank. Out
of Section 2 came $10,510.15 for tho
volcano load. Tho treasury balance
on Jan. 1, 18i)3, was $27i),291.53,
against $27,105. 10 on Octobor 1,
181)2. Tho difference is about $22,
000 less than the amount of internal
taxes collected. Sinco tho closing
of these ret ui ns the passage of tho
Appropriation Act has opened tho
delivery shutes, so that tho balance
must now bo largely reduced with,
however, considerable of taxes no
doubt yet to bo paid.
Sugar-planters from all parts of
Louisiana, Flotida and Texas aro
showering letters on President-elect
Cleveland and tho Democratic leatl
eis in Congiess utging the repeal of
the bounty system and the restoia
tion of tho duty on sugar, in a modi
fied form. Thoy aro willing to ac
cept a duty of t1. cents per pound
instead of the bounty of 2 cents per
pound. The bounty sv.slom, thoy
claim, is undemocratic and demoralizing.-
Itimil Xeiv Yoiktr.
Should a voting orchaid bo taxed?
This question is agitating tho Cali
fornia fruit-giower a good deal.
When ho sets out an acre of vines,
for example, t lie value of tho land,
for taxation, is at once raised and it
increases jear aftor vear, ovon boforo
the land is productive at all. Fruit
growers seem to think that tho valu
ation should not bo increased until
tho vines or trees earn something; in
fact, some of them declaio that tho
State ought to pay a bounty on
every such acre ol fruit planted, in
stead of increasing taxation. Ilnral
Xt te Yorker.
The nurserymen aro digging their
trees and vines preparatory lor do
livery for planting. Usually tho tak
ing up of nursery stock is quite a
job, but a system of plowing them
up is now used. Granville Stabler
has been operating a tree plow or
digger in the nurseries in this vicini
ty, which consists of a largo steol
hoop or shear which is pulled along
tho rows by eight or ten horses and
tho roots of the trees aro cut off sov
eial feet below tho surface of tho
ground and the soil loosened so that
tho trees can bo" readily pulled up
by hand. butter Furmir.
The other night a policeman heard
fiorco wrangling in tho hotiso of a
colored man on Calhoun street, and
ho knocked on tho door as a warning
that ho was around. It was opened
h tho man of tho house, who saw
that his visitor was an officer, and
"Dis hain't no fam'ly fight or
nuffiu' of dat sort. Wo is sort o' re
hoarsin' fur a play dat is comin' off
at our cakovvalk."
"Oh, that's it? I thought I heard
you call vottr wife a fool."
"Dat's in do play, sah."
"And sho called you a thief?"
"In tie plaj', sah.
"And you thieatened to split hor
"'Zactly, sah all in do play."
Ho was standing in tho open door,
and at that moment a stick of wood
hit him in the back of tho head and
keeled him over, and ho alighted on
the ground, where ho lay for half a
ininuto without motion. Ho was
slowly struggling to his feet when
the office quciicd:
"Was that in the play, too?"
"N-no, sah- not V.actly," was the
teply, "but dat's some now bizness
jist worked in, 1 reckon!" Detroit
"I supposo, Henry," said tho old
gentleman to tho now son-in-law,
"that you aro aware the check for
$5000 I put among your wedding
presonts was merely for effect."
"Oh, jes, sir," responded the
cheerful Henry, "and tho ollect was
excellent. The bank cashed it this
morning without a word." Detroit
"Aio jou tired?" asked the poet, as
he stopped in one of his effusions,
"Tell me truly."
"Oh, no," she answered. "I have
just been asleep." -Xi ie York Her
ald. Ttobbio -I'd think Mr. Steeple
would bo ashamed to have a pipe
organ in tho church.
.Mamma -Why, dear?
Kobbio- -'Cause he's alvv ays preach
ing to us boys about tho sin of
smoking. Inter 0 run,
Wat deu -So you got rid of your
Elder- Ves; ho was a good man,
but lie was too dry in hit, preaching,
always giving us a history of tho
Jews. JJut we don't lilfo our now
i pastor very much, either.
"What's the matter will) him?"
"Well, he'n too wet; pleaches with
tear in bin voice nearly all tho time
J -emotion of the ptnest kind, but
too much of it."
"I see; the old pastor was loo his
i torical and tint new one is loo hys
terical. - Aiir York Tribune.
Daily Jlnlletiit, 60 eenit a month,
How Thoy Aro Bwanln(r in From
Hawaii Tho Laws Aro Violatod
hi Ordor to Got Thorn Horo.
(From San Franolco Bulletin Jan. .)
Yostorday in tho Senate, at
Washington, Sonntor Chandler in
troduced a bill to restrict immigia
tion. Tho bill designates four now
classes of excluded persons; provides
for information regarding immi
grants; tho issue of certificates by
the United States Consul; tho re
quirement of moio cubic spneo for
immigrants aboard vessels, and a
now naturalization clause roquiring
sixty daj's notico of application.
Tho passago of tho Immigration
bill by Congress is otto of import anco
nnd will provo of considerable bono
fit to tho Pacific Coast. Tinio and
ngaiu tho Bulletin has called atten
tion to tho nccossity for bettor laws
for the exclusion oT immigrants, and
in this particular tho landing at this
port of so many Japanese persons
has boon touched on. Tho subject
is again brought forward and very
prominontly this tinio by tho arrival
hero a few da3's ago of tho schooner
Aloha from the Hawaiian Islands
with a cargo of sugar and a hordo of
Japanese, who were landed hero de
spite tho active efforts of Immigra
tion Commissioner MePhorson. Just
why the customs ollicials did not
tako notico of tho open violation of
tho cubic-air law is not apparent,
and appearances would indicatothat
owners of vessels aro allowed tho ex
treme liberty of doing as thoy please
in bringing Japanese immigrants
from tho Hawaiian Islands to this
THE LAW VIOLATED.
To clearly illustrate and provo be
yond a doubt that tho cubic-air law
is violated and tho proposition to
make money is tho important object,
it is only necessary to state the act
ual facts connected with the ariival
of tho Aloha's Japanese passengers.
Tvvonty-six persons, including two
women, were given passago on tho
schooner and quarters woie provid
ed for them in atompoiar structure
erected on deck, over tho hatchway.
The only ventilation that could be
obtained came through tho narrow
apeituro designated as a doorway.
The Japanese wero huddled into tno
"houo on deck," and loft to caro for
themselves as best they could. The
question of a violation of tho cubic
air law was insignificant apparently
to all paities. Tho Japanese were
anxious to reach this poit, and Cap
tain Dabel was no doubt as equally
an.xious to get rid of his passengers.
The schooner was twonty-nino dnys
in making tho passage to this port,
and tho condition ol tho quarters as
signed to the Japanese can bo better
imagined than described. Tho odor
was fearful, and how all of tho
Japanese survived is a mystery. Not
only was tho cubic-air law violated
in ev cry sense of tho word, but the
danger to life was great. Had tho
vessel encountered heavy weathei
and a sea washed tho decks tho
'house on deck" would have loniain
ed in position but a shoit time.
Thoio is hardly need to picture
tho icsult of panic-strickon Japa
nese. Similar to tho Chinese, thoy
have little or no courage, and on tho
water cannot bo dopended on in
time of dangor.
THEY AltE LVNDED.
As abov o stated t ho Aloha arrived
safely and tho Japanese anxiously
awaited tho arrival of tho Immigra
tion Commissioner. All of them
passed tho examination, and whilo
having very little 1110:103' thoy had
sufficient to enable thorn to beat tho
pauper clause, and the Commissioner
was forced to land them. Tho im
migrants wero not long in departing
from the vessol, and soon made their
way into tho Japanese quarter,
which has steadily increased in popu
lation by the schooner loads that aro
dumped horo continually.
Tho question is asked concerning
the importance of the business of
carrying Japanese immigiants to
this port from tho Hawaiian Isiands.
It is not difficult to answer when it
is known that from each passenger
the faro collected is $21. By Cap
tain Dabol's enterprise tho Japane.se
population in this city has boon in
creased by tvvonty-four males and
two females, and tho schooner has
enriched hor owners by a sum ex
Tho Aloha is b- no means the
only vessol that has carried Japan
ese passengers in direct violation of
tho Cubic-air law, and sho will not
bo tho last 0110 unless proper moans
aro taken by tho authorities vested
with power to punish captains who
insist on doing as they please.
It has lieen frequently stated that
the arrival of Japanese from tho Ha
waiian Islands and Yokohama has
greatly fallen off during tho past
year. To combat such a statement
it is only necessary to produce the
actual liguros, and they will speak
for themselves. Tho arrivals for the
past year at this port are as follows:
January, lS'U i
-)!' . . !i)J
June . , (,()
' .. . "fiS
August... . . ,, s'l
heptember . fiu
October. , ... m
Xovemlioi ... , , ,i,r,
'December, ... 2)
Total , iiu,')
Not inrludillK Aloha's p issene,cri..
THE MtlllV vl or imjiiohvnts.
During thesamo period the arii
val of immigiants at this poit from
all countries numbered 3015. It will
bo seen that the Japanese alone con
stituted iienily one-half of the total
number and tho theoiy that tho
number is continually lessened is
not bomo out by the facts. During
the 3 ear thirty-six Japanese women
also ariived hete, and it is not a
difficult matter to reason for what
purpose 111:1113 "f tl'oin uauio lure.
The houses occupied by fallen
women have sheltered many of
them, ami this state of affairs exists
at the piosiHit lime.
It in 011I3 a few moutliH ago that
the customs officials became very
much interested in having tho
Cubiif-air law obeyed. Tho baik
Sonoma nmched hero and six Chi
uesn were discovered Htowed away in
tho hold. There wai at once a gen
eral uprising of tho officials to
punish the Caotain for violation of
tho Cubic-air law. Tapo-moasuros
wore secured and tho dimensions of
tho vessol taken and tho qunrtors
occupied by tho six Chinoso wero
not ov orlookod. Aftor a very short
time tho entire matter passed out of
mind nnd nothing has boon heard of
it sinco. Tho Chinoso wore, accord
ing to law, deported. Why so littlo
attention is paid to vessels canning
Japaneso is not known, but tho law
is continually violated.
It is known that 0110 of tho Jnpn
noso porsons who arrived on tho
Aloha ngrood to socuro tho lauding
of his fellow passengers at this port,
provided each of them guaranteed
ftilO. It is not known positively that
tho 111011 paid tho amount, but tho
fact is not disputed that tho Japa
neso mnking the demand was not a
strangor to San Francisco and was
making tho return tiip aftor having
gathered tho crowd together in Ho
nolulu. Thoro is but littlo doubt
that thoro exists in this citj a small
sociot3 of Japaneso persons engaged
in tho business of bringing their
countrymen from Honolulu on tho
payment of a stipulated sum and
appearances strongh donoto that
Captains of sailing vessels aro not
backward in crowding tho Japaneso
on board like cattle when sufficient
coin is to bo mado out of tho trans
action. In view of tho facts presented in
this particular instance, Sonntor
Chandler's bill is woitly of consider
able attention at tho hands of Con
gress on tho question of restriction
"In buying a cough medicine- for
children, says H. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"never bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Rotncch. Thoro is no
danger from it and relief is always
suio to follow. I particularly re
commend Chamberlain's because I
have found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." 50
cent bottles for sale 113- all dealers.
Benson, Smith A: Co., Agents for tho
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Rolled Barley & Flour!
I will soli at Public Auction, at WIL-
Di:u a co.'s wiiAitr,
On M02TDAY, Jan. 23d,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
127 Sacks Golden Gate & Salinas
220 Sks Rolled Barley,
MOlti: OK I.l'.SS;
.Slightly dam iged e chr "M.iry Dodge."
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
Jas. IF1. HVEorgan,
By Lewis J. Levey.
Household -:- Furniture
Iain instructed hv Mit Kill!). SCIILKS
SINdCK, on account of deputure, to sell
at auction, at his residuum, Itcrctnnia
street, corner of I'llKoi stieet,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 26,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
the whole of his Household rnrnituro and
Dllicti, consisting of
Large Center and Small Rugs,
Two ver.v handsome llnntel Toji Mirrors,
UiholituiPd lied Lounge, One line
Parlor Furniture Upholstered in Plush,
ltosLVvood Centei Tahle,
Klcg.mt Ktageru, Lice Curtains and
Toles, J1W Ohellonier,
In Keellent Condition,
IJy IlriiM.vi A Kn, Now York;
Dressing Mirror, Vases, China and Dres
den Ornaments, Handsome Lbonv
Kciilii, Music bland,
Bronze 8-day Clock & Ornaments,
1IW Hut Stand, Chandeliers and Lamps,
Two 11 W Itidioom bets, Automatic
bow ing Machine, One Ash Ilulroom
bet. boring A. Huir Mattiesses,
Mosquito 'cts, I'ictnres, Itattiiu llaltv
Crib, llahy ( arihtge,
B. "W. "Wardrobe
CrocKeiy, Glass and I'luted Ware, Matting,
.Meal bafe, Itufiigcrator.Veiamla Chaiis
and Lounge, Torno,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
i'alent Kitchen Tahle, Harden Tool,
bleji Luddei, .Vc, i:
bjidial attention is tnlhd to tho nxcel
luiiKiif tho above J'urniture. The house
will be opened for inspicllon on Tuohduj,
'J Itli Jauuar.v, from 10 to 1 o'eloi K.
Lewis J. Levey,
li.v A. M. ULTTT.Nl Ol'ltl',
Veterinary Surgt on and Dealer In llori.es,
corner lierttaula and I'linchbowl st.
Mutual Mli!ilioiiuU77, fi'.U-lf
Honolulu Carriage Co.
-no ni ti:l. No. :u'.. -
Stand: Cornor Foit & MorcLant Sis.
JlacKmau he had at an hour of the day
up to l.'u'ilnck at night, iu Urm
to mill ihu times.
llacks Nos. 98, 45, 62, 03, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'fl
Saturday, Jan. SI, 1893.
In November, 1891, reports
went abroad that Hawaii was
on the verge of a revolution.
Rvery month since then, and
probably a good many times
before, just such rumors have
been sent away and have
created a great deal of anxiety
in the commercial circles in the
United States. The idea,
there, is, that revolutions mean
a general flattening out of
business, and a probable fail
ure on the part of merchants
in the rebellious community to
liquidate their bills; that one
half the population carries
guns and the other half wel
ters in red, red gore. The
arrival in San Francisco of the
Commission sent out by the
present government will go
far toward dispelling any fears
or false ideas which the people
may have regarding the situa
tion here. Through it, our
friends across the sea will
learn of the peaceful and sub
missive character of the Ha
waiian and the gentlemanly
bearing of the white popula
tion who deemed a change of
Our cousins in the United
States cannot refuse to open
the door to Hawaii on the
score of our being Anarchists,
Dynamiters and general bad
Seldom in history do you
find where governments, Mon
archal governments, are over
thrown even temporarily with
out loss of life. Future histo
rians will record this case as
one of them. Seldom in his
tory do you find that when a
government is overthrown the
people calmly submit to the
inevitable. More danger fol
lows the downfall of a ward
political faction in New York
than the establishing of a Pro
visional government in these
Islands; the Hawaiians are, at
least, civilized and intelligent.
Speaking of intelligence.
Have you, on your list of ac
quaintances, the name of a
person so lacking in ability to
distinguish between right and
wrong, good and bad, that he
cannot see more points of
superiority in a Hendry
Breaker than any other plow.
If you have, write him down an
and one who needs assistance.
The past week has been
busier with us than the corre
sponding week during the two
preceding years. And we
haven't confined our sales to
cartridges either. Just plain
every-day business which, had
it not been for the revolution
delaying the steamers on Tues
day, we could not have gotten
through with in time for ship
ping. Our men are of the
stuff that would rather wear
out than rust out; but there's
a limit to every man's physi
cal endurance and with our
packers it was reached the
early part of the week. There
is one thing about us that is
limitless: our goods and our
energy. Perhaps you've no
ticed it just as you have that
the quality of the goods is a
little bit better than our con
temporaries'. People will drink water no
matter under what form of
government they live. Some
think it tastes sweeter when
drank from a cocoanut shell,
but we voice the sentiment of
1 the people when we say that
our new engraved glasses are
the proper thing. The pat
tern is new here and the sizes
from "just a tumbler full" up
to a ".schooner.
How does an engraved
tumbler at $1.50 per dozen
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0iiualto biirickelo1 lllook,
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