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.In Accordance with Section 1, of Clinker
XXXV. of (ho Session l,avs of t8S8, I
hereby give notice that on tlio 1st day of
March, 1803, tlio locution of tho Govcrn
mont Pound at Mahaohao, Makawcll, In
tho District of Wnimea, Kauai, will bo
changed to nn enclosure near the bench,
west of the river ami tuakni of tlio house
of Mnkaila in Panaowa, District of Wai
Tn aceordanco with Section 1, of Chapter
XXXV. of tliu Session Laws of 1S8S, 1
liavo appointed Mr. CI. Kauni, Pound
master to tho Government l'ounil at Pana
owa, his commission dating the 1st day of
Starch, IMO, vice I I. Kirwit, resigned.
J. A. KINO.
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior Olllce, Feb. 11, 181H.
VM. HKX.1, Ksj., has this day been
appointed Commissioner of Notices for the
District of Koolaupnko, Island of Oahu,
vice J. H. Barcnaba, resigned.
Tho Hoard now consists as follows:
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ofllce, Feb. 15, 1893.
PAY DAYS hereafter, at tho Interior
Office, will be MONDAYS and WEDNES
DAYS, for General Payment; and SATUR
DAYS, for Pay Rolls" only.
.1. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Feb. 17, lSi. IJT.l-3t
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1893.
Tho capture of two chicken
thieves by tho mounted patrol all
that is to their credit for several
weeks will hardly compensate for
the humiliation they liavo brought
on their masters by brutally drag
ging a peaceful sworn supporter of
the Provisional Governmout, like a
desperate outlaw, between two
horses to tho Police Station.
At last oven the Advertiser is
constrained to complain about tho
careless handling of firearms by tho
raw and ignorant recruits, in whoso
hands the Government in its dis
trust of providence no doubt has
committed tho keeping of tho city.
It is for venturing to criticise simi
lar little details of bad management
that tho Advertiser has been calling
for summary vongeauce upon tho
independent press and its conduc
tors. Look out, neighbor, for if they
catch you at any "inflammatory"
work after all your insane zeal for
tho "caws," they'll stiflo you in a
dungeon before there's timo for
habeas corpus to operate.
A more palpable and disgraceful
attempt to prejudge a ease pending
a judicial decision thereon has never
been committed in Honolulu, than
is found in the editorial columns of
the Advertiser this morning. What
makes the matter worso is tho fact
that tho man whose liberty is at stake
in the issue represents tho liberty of
the press. And the offense is inten
sified by the Advertiser's arrogating
a tone of authority, as if it spoke in
the name of tho Government, to
overawe tho young Judge in giving
his first important decision. There
is nothing more certain than that
nobody will bow more gracefully to
an adverse deoisiou than President
Dole. Our contemporary's abuso of
the prisoner's advocate is based on a
lying construction of his speeches,
and betokens its origin in an unscru
pulous pettifogger's corrupted brain.
An interested correspondent takes
exception in a letter to tho editor,
not for publication as a whole, to the
statements in a local report yester
day, headed "Shameful Treatment."
Tho writer has interviewed Mr.
Brown, mate of the wrecked bark
Lady Lampson, who. gave him tho
I have nothing to complain of, ex
cept that if confined much longer
would like throe square meals a day.
(Ho now has two.) I have not been
sick. Would havo asked for treat
ment if I had needed any. Asked
for somo sticking plaster to-day for
my cracked lip (duo to sunburn).
My lameness is of long standing and
is nothing. The stiffnoss from
cramped position is wearing off.
Our correspondent concludes;
"All that was needed was what
might bo found on any lady's toiloj.
table, and tho roBiilt of your article
is that ho has beou supplied.
I trust that, you do not really
think it a hardship to tho inmates
of our 'tanks' that thoy aro not all
dosed, willing or unwilling, well or
ill." Brown, howovor, told some
body ho wanted to go to tho hos
pital to have his lug rubbed, It is
gratifying to learn that our article
has brought relief to tho unfortu
uato inariuor from somo "lady's toi
Tlio Bulletin has not tho slight
est desire to discredit tho polico de
partment under its clianyo of mail'
ngomout. It will not follow tho dls
roputnblo courso of tho Advortisor
in misusing ovorj criminal incidont
tt slander tho polico authorities or
thoso under thorn. Evidently tho
hungry brigade nro still unsatisfied,
as tho Advortisor columns this
morning aro rooking with dotraotion
of tho now polioo management, in
about the same stylo as that shoot
was wont to villainously abuse tlio
previous administration of that
A LIVING EXAMPLE.
Just before tho war of rebellion in
tho United States Randolph Tucker,
who is one of tho most celobrated
jurists of tho republic, was Attorney
General for tho State of Virginia.
Tho groat newspapers of tho North
wero filled with anti-slavory articles,
somo of thorn bitterly denouncing
tho evil as tho most unsightly blot
on America's escutcheon. Mr.
Tuckor, in addition to acting as
public prosecutor, took upon him
solf the duties of press censor and
forbade postmasters dolivoriug cor
tain newspapors published north of
Mason and Dixon's lino to sub
scribers in Virginia. Mr. Tucker's
reasons wore that as thoy camo from
tho North tho articlos contained
therein might create a feeling of un
rest among tho slaves.
Thirty-three 3'oars after Mr.
Tucker, by his arbitrary decision,
prevented tho slaves from being en
lightened on subjects directly con
corning them, for a second timo with
in that period a favorable galo has
wafted tho Democratic party into
power in tho United States. Among
the rumored appointments to Mr.
Cleveland's Cabinet, Randolph
Tucker's name figures prominently
for tho Attorney-Generalship. But
some people, prominent ones too,
whoso memory goes back to tho war
and before it, recalled Mr. Tucker's
actions in those trying times, and
have decided that, while Mr. Tucker
may bo an excellent lawyer, ho is
not the man to beconio Attorney
General of tho United States. All
tlio ovonts which have occurred
since aro not momentous enough to
liberalize Mr. Tucker's mind, and
Mr. Cleveland will probably listen
to tho advico of older heads and
look elsowhore for his Attornoy
Goneral. In tho meantime Mr. Tucker, for
getting his narrow-mindedness of
thirt odd years ago, has beou mak
ing duo preparations to remove to
Washington. Tho duties of a press
censor may not bo arduous, but the
position has a double-back actiou
attachment which kicks when least
expected and, as in this case, when
nine-tenths of tho people of tho
United States had forgotten that
Mr. Tucker ever hold ollico in Vir
ginia. Hawaii is undergoing a change in
politics just now and, if the wildest
hopes of tho annexation faction are
realized, there will bo a still greater
change in tho political horoscope
before the end of 18!).'. Tho censors
of tho Hawaiian press would do woll
to cut this out and paste it in their
Clean Tour Own Steps.
Tho Advertiser sa3's that anonj--mous
writers are cowards. How
about tho two anonymous corres
pondents in your own paper this
morning, Mr. Advertiser man? Aro
thoy cowards also? It will bo a
mighty difficult task for tho Advor
tisor to find, from any quarter what
ever, tho amount of meanness and
cowardice tiiat has emanated from
that shoot during the last month.
There aro probably morofor annexa
tion than tho Advertiser is aware of,
but thoy detest tho low underhand
ed methods of the Advortisor in or
der to gain annexation. It is not
the anonymous that draws forth tho
iro of tho Advortisor but tho truth
laid before the public in thoso arti
cles, that cuts the shin-bone of tho
Advertiser man. Anonymous.
Disappointment to Kau.
Much annoyance was felt by tho
people iu Kau at tlio action of tho
Intor-Island Steam Navigation C'o.'s
people in not delaying tho departure
of the Hall from Honolulu for a while
on the 10th iust., so as to liavo en
abled her to bring tho Mariposa's
foreign mail. Such dolay would
havo inconvenienced no one, but tho
receipt of tho mail would havo boon
a great boon to us. It is perhaps
folly to expect any courtesy of this
kind from the Intor-Island people
while thoy havo tho monopoly of tho
steamer business here; their kind
uess in this case causes us a delay of
six days in tho receipt of tho mail in
question. One of Them.
Kau, Fobruary 15, 1803.
Mr. Albert Favorito, of Arkansas
City, Kan., wishes to give our readers
the benefit of his experience with
colds. Ho says: "1 contracted n
cold early last spring that settled on
my lungs, and had hardly recovorod
from it when I caught another that
hung on all summer and left mo
with a hacking cough which J
thought I would never get rid of. I
had used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy some fourteen years ago with
much success, and concluded to try
it again. When I had got through
with one bottle my cough had loft
me, mid 1 have not suffered witli n
cough or cold since. 1 have recom
mended it to others, and all speak
well of it." W) cent bottles for salo
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co,,
Agents for the Hawaiian islauds.
Tho Bishop at Lahtiinn;
Pleaso iusort tho following ac
count of tho visit of His Lordship,
Bishop of Pnnonolis, at Lahaina.
Tho ringing of tho Church-bolls
at 7 p. m. Friday evening, Fobruary
10th, was tho signal for tho assem
bling of tho congregation iu tho
church yard to await the arrival of
His Lordship and all responded to
tho call. Tho multitudo pationtly
awaited tho coming of tho steamor
Kinau, which did not nrrivo till 2
On tho arrival of tho steamor a
boat gayly decorated with bunting
and colored torches wont out with a
committee to wolcomo His Lordship
and to escort him on shore, carriages
wore in waiting at tho wharf and
when tho party wore seated tho
torchlight procession started (and as
it had been raining for soveral days
aim nigins mnrcmng tnrougn ijO.ua
ina mud was not a very easy to.sk)
and marched along Front street, up
Lahainnlunn road and thonco along
Church street. As thoy neared tho
Cemetery a beautiful arch camo into
viow, it spanned tho street and boro
tho inscription, "Aloha ka Epikopo,"
or Love to tho Bishop; at tho divid
ing lino separating tho coniotory
from tho church yard an elegant
floral arch had beou erected, and on
tho church promises, ouo at tho gato
and tho other at tlio church door,
wore two arches of snowy whitonoss
bearing tho following inscriptions in
gilt letters, "E komo iloko o ka Ma
kua" and "Kahu Maikai," tho effect
of tho wholo when lighted up with
tho numerous torches and colorod
lauterns defios description.
On His Lordship's arrival at tho
goto tho vast concourse wore ar
ranged on oithorsidoof tho spacious
walk loading to tho church, tho
children in tho front row, tho grown
folks in tho back, all holding flags,
His Lordship alighted at tho gato
and was mot thoro by Rev. Father
Andre, who escorted him to tho
church. As tho Bishop stopped on
tho threshold tho choir beautifully
rendered the hymn to the Good
Shepherd, tho assemblage t hen fol
lowed His Lordship into tho church
whore ho addressed them iu a few
well-chosen words, and another
hymn ended tlio proceedings. As
His Lordship camo out of the church
ho was warmly greoted by all pres
ent. All then quietly returned to
Saturday His Lordship made sov
eral calls and drovo around to all
tho points of interest.
Sunday morning tho congregation
assembled at 0:30, and all ontorod
into tho church and took flags and
forming into procession, marched up
to tho Bishop's house to escort him
to the church. It was a very im
posing sight; tho little girls all rob
ed in white bearing baskets of flow
ers, the altar boys in their surplices
and sashes, men with banners, and
four inou holding aloft a beautiful
rod canopy, under which His Lord
ship walked. As the procession ou
terod tho church tho choir saug
again an appropriate soiir; tho
sacred edifice was crowded; high
mass was celebrated by tho Bishop,
assisted by Rev. Fathers Andro and
James, tho Bishop preached in both
t ho native and Portuguoso languages,
tho altar was artistically decorated
by Rev. Father Andro, tho back
ground was white of triangular
shape, and tho letters and figures
wore of gilt, in tho centre was tho
coat of arms of His Lordship, at the
bottom wore tho figures and letters
1839 F. It., representing tho date of
his birth, 1860 beneath an hour-glass,
tho date of his renunciation of tho
world; 186(5, surmounted by a cha
lice, tlio dato of his ordination to tho
priesthood, and 1892 below a mitro
represented his consecration as
Bishop. After tho mass he was es
corted back to his house in the same
order .is ho had ontorod.
As tho boll rang tho midday hour
all present were invited to the
sehoolhouso, winch had boon taste
fully decorated by deft fingers for
the occasion, to partake of a sumptu
ous luau. His Lordship sat beneath
a floral arch, from tho contro of
which was suspended a beautiful
mitre; the table was laden with
good things, and ample justice was
done by all present; when tho crav
ings of tho inner man had been satis
fied all aroso and wended their way
to tho library, whoro thoy whilod
away tho timo iu conversation. A
largo lanai had boon erected adjoin
ing tho sehoolhouso, and tho natives
never seemed in happier mood, and
many wero tho jokes and merry sa
lutes that wero passed around thoir
tables. Among thoso present wero no
ticed: His Lordship tho Bishop, Rov.
Father Andre, Rev. Father James,
Hon. W. Y. Horner, Hon. W. White
and Mrs. White, Judge Kahaulelio,
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Townsond, Mrs.
F. H. Haysoldon and family, Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. Horner, Mrs. Wood
ward, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Dunn,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Decoto, Mr. and
Mrs. Hose, Mr. and Mrs. Millor, Mrs.
Taylor, Mrs. Harrison, Mrs. H.
Dickenson, Misses M. A. Homer, E.
Short, A. Hitchcock, M. Dohorty, S.
Dohorty, A. Doherty, W. Baldwin,
P. Harrison, M. Zahlna; Messrs. T.
C. Forsyth, L. A. Choy, W. Smith,
J. Taylor, it. Ballontyne, A. Haysol
don, H. Haysoldon, G. Morehoad, J.
Zablan, P. Joaquin, C. Short, Dr. C.
Davison, Mr. and Mrs. J. Zablan, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. A. Dovauchollo and
At 8 p. m. tho bolls rang again and
tho procession formod in the samo
mnnuor as in tho forenoon and again
escorted His Lordship to tho church,
tho saying of tho rosary was follow
ed by confirmation when 123 adults
and children woro confirmed, this
was followed by tho Benediction of
the Blessed Sacrament. The choir did
credit to themselves throughout tho
services. Aftor tho benediction His
Lordship was returned to his houso
in tho samo manner as ho had ontor
od, and thus ended tho day's pro
ceedings. Nearly ovory person who
had been present at mass iu tlio fore
noon, remained throughout the f,or
vices in tho afternoon, and all woro
unanimous iu thoir praise of tho
Monday His Lordship received
ninny calbi mid returned a fow. In
tho forenoon somo of tho Catholic
suhool children of Honokolinu (Iw-
foro leaving for their homos) camo
up to His Lordship's houso and sang
an English song to him, also a most
affecting native song that thoy had
composed for him; thoy woro beauti
fully rondorod. In tho aftornoon ho
wa9 invited to a dinuor, which was
laid in tho school-room, as tho room
was still decorated. On Tuosday
morning His Lordship confirmed 18
persons and at 8 n. m. His Lordship
and tho Itov. Fathors wero drivon to
tho rosidouco of Mrs. F. H. Haysol
don whoro thoy woro invited to
breakfast by that lady. At 10 a. m.
an ontortainmont was givon by tho
children of tho Catholic school uu
dor tho chnrgo of Miss Maggio
Dohorty. As His Lordship ontorod all
prosont aroso and tho children sang,
Wo'ro tho school that's gay and hap
py. Following is tho program:
Tho attributes of God..By 14 llttlo children
Extinguished By 3 girls
Song in motion
By tlio llttlo ones of the school
Tho veteran Uy a very bright llttlo girl
Discouraged A boy and girl
A stitch In time save nine
By a boy and girl
Song In motion lly the larger children
Tho days of tho week woro repre
sented by 7 girls, Monday appeared
first carrying a washboord, Tuesday
followod with an iron. Wednesday
with a rolling pin, Thursday with
somo mending, Friday with a broom,
Saturday with a bucket and Sunday
walked in holding in hor hands an
open Bible saying, as alio appeared,
that though she camo in last sho
would take hor placo at tho head of
all hor sistors; thoy then placed thoir
working utensils on the table, tho
open Bible on top, and joining
lianas tuoy sang a vory pretty song
as thoy circled around tho table.
Tho next dialogue was by 3 boj's;
two of thorn could not decide about
tho division of somo cake, as one
had a larger piece than tho other.
Thoy at longtli decided to go to tho
judgo, who was seated at a tablo
with spoctacios on ins nose and a
pair of scales on tho tablo, ho placed
tho piecos of cako on tho scales and
as ho could not docido how to divide
them equally ho thought the best
way would bo to take a littlo ofT each
pieco and finally ended tho caso by
eating it all.
An address was dolivorod bj' a littlo
boy which was responded to by His
Lordship in vory tender t enns, thank
ing tho teacher and Children for
thoir expressions of good-will to
wards him and tolling tho children
ho would not tiro to liston to thoin
all day. As tho Bishop was leaving tho
school-room tho children sang tho
hymn, Yes, Heaven is tho prize.
In tho evening tho congregation
all turned out in full force to bid
farewell to their beloved Bishop,
who though a stranger to a great
many of them has endeared him
self to all by his gentle mau
nors and loving winning ways
tlio smallest child dares to ap
proach His Lordship fearlessly. As
His Lordship and tho Rov. Fathors
wero walking along quiotly, tho
church choir stolo along noiselessly
and surprised His Lordship with a
beautiful parting song. All present
tnon bacto nun larewoll, anu then
tho nativo string- band serenaded
him, thoir music was so sweet and
soft that a good many wore moved to
tears. As tho Kinau's whistle sound
ed His Lordship ontorod tho car
riage, a native song was snug, throo
rousing choors woro givon and tho
big torchlight procession started to
convoy His Lordship to tho wharf;
the chooring was continuous from
tho church to tho wharf. As His
Lordship entered tho boat throo
more woro given and tho boat shov
ed off Many woro tho alohas of tho
multitudo as tho brilliantly illumi
nated boat was speoding to tho
Much credit is duo to tho Rov.
Father Andro for tho decorum ob
served throughout tho wholo pro
ceedings from first to last. Rov.
Father Andro was Prefect of tlio
Seminary whon the prosont Bishop
was a student. An Eyewitness.
Lahaina, Fob. 16, 1893.
Treaty Obligations of the United
Tho P. C. A. comes out again this
morning with its usual budget of
clippings from journals selecting,
as a matter of courso, such items as
best cliimo in with its own wheel. .
Tho San Francisco Report says:
"Tho United States recognized tho
Hawaiian Government, but refused
to bind itself not to assume territo
rial jurisdiction should it bo deem
ed expedient. The way is therefore
diplomatically clear," etc. Lot us
compare tho Report's views with tho
following parts of tho treaty refer
Article I. of the Treaty between
tho United States Government and
the Hawaiian Kingdom roads:
"Thoro shall bo porpotual poaco
and amity between tho United
States and tho King of tlio Hawaii
an Islands, His heirs and His suc
cessors." Tho latter clause of Article XVI.
reads: "Any citizen or subject of
either party infringing tho articlos of
this treaty shall bo hold responsible
for the same, and tho harmony and
good corrospondanco between tho
two Governments shall not bo in
terrupted thereby, each party on
gaging in no way to protect tho of
fender or sanction such violation."
Now while wo naturally feol in
terested to soo what course tho
United States Govorninont will tnko
in our political affairs, upon the
many representations made to it by
tho soveral ' Commissioners, from
Hawaii, wo rest thoroughly assured
that full and absoluto justico will bo
its courso of actiou toward us. Upon
this wo rest,
Ka Lahui Hawaii.
Honolulu, Fob. 17, 1893.
A halo old man, Mr. Jas. Wilson,
of Aliens Spring, 111., who w ovor
fi() ytrnra of ago, nays: "I havo in my
timo triod a jrruat many niodioinoH,
somo of oxciilfuiit quality; but novor
boforo did 1 And any that would so
comjilololy do all that Isolniiuod for
it nn Chaniborlain'H Colic, Cholora
and Dinrrlwwa ICoinody. It is truly
a wondurf ul nmdioino.r' For nalo by
all doalors. Hhiihoii, Smith & Co.,
Agonta for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
COURT OP PUBLIC OPINION.
A. Ii. Johnson Shirt Co. vs. Tho Poo
plo ox rol.
(Summons wi(h Notice.)
Titn'SiunTMAKwi, attornoy for plaintiff,
corner King and Alakca streets.
Hand-mr-Down Shirt, defendant's attor
ney for all tho stores.
TO THE PUBLIC :
Ton arc hereby summoned and com
manded to appear, all othor business
excuses, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes the best and cheap
est lino of all kinds of Shirts at his
factorj', comer King and Alnkoo
streot in tho City of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Govorninont, Stoto ol
Oahu, between tho hours of 8 a. m.
and 5 p. m., on and nftor tho 0th day
of Octobor, 1892, and then and there
show cause why you should not bo
furnished for not patronizing tho
ong established shirtmaker and to
testify to tho bostof your knowlodgo
as to tho quality and moko of John
son's Shirts with all tho latest and
best improvements made to order,
and for salo by tho abovo plaintiff in
tlio above said promises, olioulu
you fail to put iu an appearance in
tho abovo said placo you will bo
adjudged guilty of contempt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sentenced
for life oatihg Poi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney, corner King and
N. B. Ordors received by mail.
Prove all things, and hold fast to
that which is good.
No shyster collectors need appear.
Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of the
Bloomfiold, Iowa, Farmer, says: I
can recommend Chainborlain'sCough
Remedy to all sufferers with colds
and croup. I havo used it in my
family for tho past two years and
have found it tho best I over usod
for tho purpose for which it is in
tended. f0 cent bottles for salo by
all dealers. Jionson, bmitn anu Lio.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The article of special convenionco
in every household and office
throughout the islauds, and the most
acceptable to solid to friends abroad
bocauso it deals only with facts
and figures is a copy of the Ha
waiian Annu.il for 1893. Price, 75
conts each, or 85 eonts mailed abroad.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Here is something from Mr.Frank
A. Hale, proprietor of the De Witt
House, Lewiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Me. Hotel men
meet the world as it conies and goes,
and are not slow in sizing people
and things up for what they are
worth. He says that he has lost a
father and several brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Consumption's stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschee's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen ! "I
use nothing but Boschee's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred difieient per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
iu the market."
TH B PBEM 1 S KS I. ATR
ly occupied by P. P.
Kanoa on King street. It
has a Large Yard and tho
Houw is very convenient
J' or terms
JOHN 1 C01.BUUN.
TO PLANT LOVERS !
HE UNDERSIGNED DESIUKS TO
nutifv the nubile that he is prepared
to Propagate nnv kind of Tree, Shrub or
Bush by drafting. Budding, Viiiing, or
other methods. No payments will bo re
quired until they aro well rooted, which
will take from six weeks to six mouths, ac
cording to its genns. Now is the timo for
ladies to make presents whether exotics or
natives, to her friends. I will also under
take to eradicate all insects that prey upon
or suck the sap from trees and other vege
tables, which can l expelled from M) to 00
hours; no cure no pay.
Etf Tho Collee and Orange family a
ilSWiu Bum.ktin Olllce.
A FltKHH LOT OK
HAY and KRAIN
1'Ell "8. (I. Wl 1.1)1511"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'fl
Saturday, Feb. IS, 1893.
It's a remarkable fact that
there are men who would
rather fight than come out
winner in a newspaper prize
contest. And the ugly feature
in the whole business is the
encouragement these bellige
rents receive from outsiders.
For the past year or two New
Orleans has been the rendev
ouz for "pugs" who wanted to
contest in the arena. I lonolulu
has been singularly free from
any such objectionable sport.
During the past month these
islands have been in a state of
ferment over a little affair
which took place about the
middle of January, but we have
not seen an instance where
men directly interested, or
effected by the change,
thought it necessary to spoil
each others faces. Outsiders
who scarcely know what
brought about the change be
lieve that their first duty, after
imbibing liquid with a keen
edge, is to stand side by side
at the bar and make them
selves hoarse singing, "Yankee
Doodle" and "Rule Britannia"
and men get mau because tne
two airs don't harmonize. If
the matter would end with the
rival singers getting real mad
no serious results would follow,
but when a lot of bleachers in
the outer circle sic the British
bull dog on the North Ameri
can cayuse soinu body's sure
to get kicked. Unfortunately
it seldom happens to be the
bleacher in the outer circle.
The respective crews of the
Garnet and Boston will remem
ber the little episode in Chili
where Boatswain's Mate Rig
gin lost his life. The row
started not unlike the rumpus
which took place here on Fri
day and it required private
subscriptions from Mr. Rig
gin's friends to pay for the
removal of his body to his
former home. Besides, his
death caused serious inter
national complications. Just
now the Hawaiians object to
any new features appearing
on the political horizon, nor are
the people prepared to contri
bute toward the funeral ex
penses of foreigners who come
down here and try to palm off
"Rule Britannia," "Yankee
Doodle" and "Sweet Violets"
as late musical compositions.
Last week we mentioned
the new glassware in red and
white; they, are going out of
the store with marvelous
rapidity. We have never
shown any thing half so beauti
ful for the money. There are
more of them, perhaps a dozen
sets left. If you want to add
to the beauty of your table
service take one home with
southerly rain winds
are over for the present and
the roads and lawns are dry
ing up; another fortnight, if care
is not taken, the lawns will
turn yellow with dry rot. Our
rubber hose is the best and
our reels the most substantial
in the city. If you want your
grounds to look like velvet
carpet the means of making it
so are at your command. You
can have our assistance in the
way of reel, hose or a lawn
mower for the asking.
For trimming the grass at
the walks you will find a pair
of sheep shears the most con
venient thing a lawn mower
will not do this part of the
work. The shears are con
venient too, for trimming the
grass around the rose bushes.
The "Delusion" mouse trap
is built on the same principle
is the famous French rat trap;
and are quite as effectual for
the smaller game. The other
day the buyer of a large com
mission house came in the
store to buy a trap on an or
der. When we were showing
them to him we found that a
mouse had been caught in the
trap without its having been
set for him. They're econo
mical in the matter of bait.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Hireol;ula' Jllouli,
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
THAT VKIIV DKSI li
able Bosidonce at pro
sent occupied by .Tames
Iovo as a homestead, situ-
ato on King street opposite tho resldonco
of Dr. Q. 1 Andrews. Houso contains
I.arj,'o Parlor, Dining-room, II Uirno Bed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Boomv Btables and
Servant's Quarters in rear; onlv 10 min
utes' walk to tlio Post Olllce. Possession
given In March, 1WK1.
formerly tlio residence of tho lato If. J.
Hail, situate on Nuuatin Avenue below
School street. Tonus cariy. 023-tf
NOTR Boforo seeking or closing bar
guiiis olsowhoro, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at once consult tho under
signed at their otlico.
rey-We keep property in flrst-olasscon-dltion.
Our terms aro moderate and as
landlords wo will always bo found reason
able in our dealings.
OP Apply in each caso to
BRUCE or-A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Oartwright Building," Merchant street.
To Iiot or I.oaso.
ed HoubO near town.
Kniiuiro ntBuLurriN Ofllce.
WO NI0KLY FUIt-
nisbed Hooms. cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bum.ktin Olllce. 353-tf
near J' 01.
n. k. insMiin,
(i07-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent V. 0.. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
fv -,f l-kl il-l. VI, 4k.D.
NICE COTTAGE ON
Beretania street, near
I'iikoi street, coutainini!
Parlor, U Bedrooms, Bath
room, Dininuroom. Pantrv and Kitchen.
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
Tramcais yass every !2U minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. 458-tf
TO LET OB LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO."
JL 'iS King street, lately
occupied by Sir. M. S. Ixsvy,
containing Bedrooms, Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
oiaoio 111 yarn; artesian water lam on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
GI3-tf at E. O. Hall &. Sons'.
On Account of Departure.
ATHAOT OF LAND, NEAR
Jloiliili and Beretania
street, of about 8 Acres, favor
ably located for division into
Buildiiic Lots: at nresent cul
tivated for vegetables, rice and bananas;
water from two Artesian Wells. Apply to
P. O. Box 412, Honolulu.
A NEWLY BUILT C0T
tage 'Mx'M, contain
ing 1 Booms, Kitchen and
Bathroom, on a Lot CO feet
frontline on Beckwith street iiearPuiiahou:
5 minutes' walk from the tramears; Arte
sian Water. Apply to
0l!)-lw P. O. Box 2, Honolulu.
Tho following olioico hit of word painting
occurs In Hawthorne's Marble Kniin:
" Women he thoy of what earthly rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, havo
always somo llttlo handiwork ready to till
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to tlio lingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, pljes it 011 occasion; tho
woman poet can use it as adroitly as hor
pen; tho woman's evo. that has discovered
a new star, tuniH from its glorv to send tliu
polished littlo Instrument gleaming along
tho hum of her kerchief, or to darn a casual
fray in her dress. And they havo greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. Tho
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united witli tho small, familiar, gentle in
terestsof life, tlio continually operating iti
llueiicosof which do to much for tho health
of tliu character, and carry oil' what would
otherwise bo a lu.iorous accumulation of
morbid honsin- . A vast dual of human
sympathy n ilong this electric line,
stretching -0 ho throne to tho wiekur
chair of t 10 umbiest boaiustress. and
keeping high and low in a specius of com
munion with their kindred beings.."
Housewives, while you ply tlio needle,
havo you ever relleeted on the vicissitudes
of HfeV See to it that your husbands pro
vide for tho future welfare of their families
by at once applying for a Policy in tliu
KQU1TA1ILE LIFE AHHDKANOU 80
(UETY of the United Ktutes. No more
suitable gift could be offered to you.
BRUCE & A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for tliu Hawaiian Islands
Eipiitablu Life Assurance Society of tho
AKlItrnM'LABS FAMILY BATHINO
Beort at Wlllklki. Tramears uilms
tho gato. HiH'uIal
arrangements can Ihi
made fur Family
gn r JJljl LmfL
nuiiius anu hvuuiiik