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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1892.
A.M. r.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:16
Leave Honouliull.. 7:30
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35
Piuuti City Local.
Lcavo Honolulu 5:10?
Arrlvo Pearl City
Lcnvo Pearl Oity..0:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays cxcoptcd. t Baturdays on)y.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
Mystic Lodgo, K. of P.,
Mrs. A. P. Potorsou nud child loft
on tho S. S. Australia for San Fran
cisco. Nearly 1250 pounds of oloomnrga
rino woro landed last week from tuo
S. S. Australia.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Woalhor,
thickj wind, fresh oast. Stoarilor
Lilcohko off Diamond Head.
nv c. J. LYONS.
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day. eo'51 S&bS a 3
a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m.
Moil. 27 2 0 2 10 7 40 U 0 0 22 0 4 4 SI
files. 2S 3 03 20 8 40 0 30 6 21 0 4 5 21
I ii.in. p.m.
Wed. 1 3 30, 3 .15 It) 0 0 U C 20 0 BO 4
Tlmrs. 2 4 10 4 0 10 30 10 0 C 10 (I G' G 31
Ft I. 3 0 0 4 33 11 10,10 40 0 10 0 0; 7 24
Slit. 4 n 30 Q 20 11 30 11 35 C 18 0 (V 8 14
Bllll. B 0 0 5 60 11 50! . 6 17 0 0 1) 0
Full Moon on the 2d at 6h. 32m. a m.
Time Whistle blow 8 nt 111. 23m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho sumo as 12h. Oni.
0s. of (Siceuwicti time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Tho ladios pf Contral Union
Church will givo a social in tho
church parlors to-morrow ovoning.
Attention is directed to tho nrray
of talent to appear nt tho concert at
Kawainhao church on Saturday ovon
ing. J. F. Morgan will hold a salo of
stock at his salosroom at noon to
morrow. Tho stocks are specified
Tho Post-oillce despatched by tho
Australia to-day 9517 lottors and
3785 papors. Tho mail for tho Oriont
Mr. John Nott has taken his seat
as successor to Mr. Andrew Brown
in tho Advisory Council of tho Pro
ONE DAY'S LATER NEWS OF
Annexation Treaty Considered
Dead Sure of Ratification,
PAUL NEUMANN SAID TO HAVE LOI
TERED BY THE WAY.
Captain Potorson and wife of tho
wrecftod bark Lady Lampson, woro
passengers by tho S. S. Australia to
day for San Francisco.
Tho Hawaiian bark E. P. Rithot,
which arrived this morning from
San Francisco, brought ono day's
lator nows than tho stoanior.
Lato arrivals report abundauco of
rain on tho island of Kauai. It sooms
to bo a universal downpour, as re
ports from Maui and Hawaii aro to
tho same effect.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1893.
WnniSFSDAY, Mar. 1.
Haw bk It 1 Rithet, Morrison, 13 days
from San Francisco
Stmr Likclikc from Hamakua
Btmr l'elo from Makaweli
Wednesday, Mar. 1.
B S Australia, Houdlettc, for Ban Fran-
cibco, at 12 in
Btmr James Makeo for Kapaa, 4 p in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Pele 3910 bags sugar.
The patient who diod in quaran
tine had fully recovered from small
pox, and it was consumption that
killed him. Ono man is loft who is
ontiroly well and will shortly bo dis
charged. Tho postponed entertainment of
tho St. Andrew's Church Association
will bo givon at tho Cathedral
schoolroom to-morrow ovoniug,
Thursday, March 2d, at 7:30 p. in.
All aro invited.
Commissioners Afraid Thoir Frionds
Will Think Thoy Havo Givon
Everything Away and Received
Nothing in Return Boportod
Bald Annexation Without Any
Concessions to Residents of tho
Islands Despatch and Iiottor
From Ministor Stevens.
A horse drivon to a hack belong
ing to J. Carty jumped the fence
near tho railway station this morn
ing and was stuck thoro somo timo.
Tho shafts were broken, but tho
horso escaped with slight scratches.
Two youngsters, Goo. Parkor and
Kimo, attending tho Royal School,
were brought to tho Polico Station
this afternoon, charged with mali
cious injury in destroying certain
plants at Pauoa. Turnkey Hickoy
ran thorn into tho cooler.
From San Francisco, per bark It P
llithet, Mar 1 David Congdon.
From San Francisco, N per bktno Dis
covery, Feb 28 Geo Warner, 8 W Shaw,
Mrs Shaw, and II (Jook.
For San Francisco, per S S Australia,
Mar 1 L'apt Geo C Wiltse, U S N, V von
Koohow, T Liobcnstein, Miss Trahernc, G
A ltice, C F Fisher, D Mason and wife, J C
Sugg. F M Wilson and wife, Master Wil
son, E B Ponirov, Alox Mclican and wife,
It C Scott, Mrs Mitchell, Capt Dougherty,
Mrs Fairchild, Henry ltotii, Miss Adam
son, Capt Nottago, J P Stewart, F A Stew
art, Dr A J Stone, S Lesser, J II Jennings,
Capt Peterson and wife. Wit Thompson.
Miss Rose Enimott, It Zioglurand wife, P
O Norby, Capt Mclntyre, Miss M Moln
tyre, SB Chamberlain and wife, Mrs K S
Morgan, Mrs Staples, Dr T O Wiggins, Mrs
A G Hawcs, Paymaster J C Sullivan. U S
N, and wife, Mrs Edwards, Mrs Williams,
Airs a r ireterson anu onnu.
The whaling bark Hunter left San Fran
cisco on Feb. 15th on a whaling cruise. She
will call here.
The schooner Anna left San Francisco on
Fub. loth for Kahului, and the schooner
Allen A. the samo day for Mahukona.
Tho Hawaiian bark Mnuna Ala arrived
at San Francisco on Feb. 15th, twenty-four
days from Honolulu, with 17,910 bags
Tho schooner Unga, Captain Peterson,
loft San Francisco on Feb. 15th on a hunt
ing and fishing cruise and will probably
call here. The schooner Kato and Anna
also left at the same time, similarly en
gaged. The SS Austri-lia, Captain Hondlctto,
left shortly after noon to-day witli tho fol
lowing exports: lGOO bags sugar, O O Ber
gcr: 10,30j bags sugar, W G Irwin &Co:
270 bdls green hides, 2 bdls goatskins, and
143 bdls dry hides, M W McCliesney it Sons ;
281 bdls green hides and 3 bdls goatskins;
F F Porter; 2011 Imchs bananas, Campbell,
Marshall & Co; 1220 do, L J Levey ;1U)0
do, GLycurgus; 1242 do, JdaSilva; 303
do, J Shaw; 177 do, CTGuliek; 43 do, W
Costa; 21 do, M A Gonsalves fc Cor. Dom
estic value, $55,223. '
An unusually largo torront of
water came down tho Nuuanu stream
between noon and 2 o'clock this
afternoon. Tho river in tho vicinity
of Smith's bridge roso considerably,
carrying away several shantios whichl
stood on tho bank. The causo of
the swollen stream is attributed to a
cloudburst in tho mountains.
Tho reorganized Board of Health
consists as follows: Drs. Andrews,
Day and Minor, Messrs. J. O. Cartor,
John T. Wntorhouse, Jr., John Ena
and Hon. W. O. Smith, Attornoy
Gouoral. "A meeting was hold this
afternoon, all tho mombors boing
out of town.
Mr. Carter, who is
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Native Faus and Curios in groat
variety at tho "Elito Ico. Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber.Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr." McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
casos. Mutual Telephone 082.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
streot. Lodging by day, wook or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinuo giving instruction in private
and iu classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakoa street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Threo days is a very short timo in
which to cure a bad case of rheu
matism; but it can bo done, if the
C roper treat inont is adopted, as will
o soon by tho following from James
Lnmbort, of Now Brunswick, Ills:
"1 was badly alllicted witlt rheuma
tism iu tho hips nud logs, when 1
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm, It cured mo in threo
dnyH. I am all rilit to-day: and
would inhlst on every one who is
alllicted with that terrible disease to
UHoChamhorlaiu'H Pain Balm and got
well at once." 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Jienkon. Smith
At Co., agents for the lluwuiiuu IhI-auda,
Tho battalion of tho U. S. cruiser
Boston, camped on shore, marchod
down in a body headed by tho fife
and drum corps this morning to bid
farewell to Captain G. C. Wiltse,
their lato captain, who loft by tho S.
S. Australia to-day. Captain Wiltso
received tho men at tho bottom of
Mr. R. N. Webster, lately clerk in
tho Intor-Islaud oilico, who has been
confined in tho Queon's Hospital
since his return from San Francisco,
is now able to take outings in a car
riage, although his left side Is still
paralyzed. Mr. Webster's many
frionds oarnostly look forward to his
Marshal W. G. Ashloy and Capt.
McGurn made a tour of inspection
this afternoon in search of Chinese
gamesters. At 1 o'clock the officers
captured a Chinaman named Tuck
Wun in a store iu front of the Chi
nese Theatre with a bag of pakapio
tickets iu his possession. The man
was no doubfc distributing the tick
ets. Small change was also found
iu tho bag.
Several changes havo been made
on tho polico forco. Captain Maha-
ulu has been substituted by Max
Sclilommer, Mahaulu boing relogat
ed to tho position of Sorgeant in tho
samo watch. Lieutenant Nawaakoa
has been dismissed. Somo of tho
native polico on patrol hnvo also
boon discharged. William Hickoy
and Captain Walkor have boon ap
pointed turnkeys in tho places of
Jas. Storey, D. H. Stanton, E. L.
Mitchell, Wm. Driscoll, Richard
Mann and Carl Hendryck, sailors
from the whaling bark William Bay-
hss, woro relumed to ban a rancisco
by tho S. S. Australia to-day. Four
of tho men aro to bo tried iu San
Froncisco on a chargo of refusing
duty, and Hondryck will bo charged
with assaulting tho fourth mate
with a knifo. As tho Bayliss will bo
absent in tho North ton months at
least, the men will havo to wait a
long while before thoy can get a
Tho departure of tho S. S. Austra
lia at noon to-day was an exception
ally lively event. The band was iu
attendance and discoursed musical
selections previous to tho steamer's
departure. Just ns she was Inuring
"Star Spangled Banner" and "Home
Sweet. Home" woro played, presum
ably in honor of Captain Geo. C.
Wiltso, who was a passenger. "God
Save the Quoon" was also played by
tho band. The reluming tourists
woro gaily decorated with lois and
flowers, J. J. Williams photograph
ed Capt. Wiltso trigged out In lois
ou tho dock,
ISan Fraucisco, Feb. 113th, peril. P. Kithel
Washington, February 15. Tho
annexation of Hawaii to tho United
Statos is now practically au accom
plished fact. Shortly boforo i o'clock
this aftornoou tho Sonato received a
mossago from tho White Houso sav
ing that Colonel Prudon was on his
way with a mossago from tho Presi
dent which would havo to bo con
sidered in executive session. Ten
miuutos 'later Prudon, escorted by
tho vonorablo Captain Bassott, made
his way up tho center aislo of tho
Sonato Chamber. Captain Bassott
announced: "A message to tho Sen
ate from tho President of tho Unitod
Au onvolopo about eight oon inches
square was laid upon tho Clork's
dosk, a smallor package containing
bills and a duplicato copy of somo
Presidential appointments. Tho two
smaller packages woro opened and
thou, amid a hush of expectancy and
while at least a hundred correspond
ents were peering over tho gallery
railing, that functionary procoodod
to break tho threo red seals on tho
Sonator Sherman noted tho eager
ness of tho correspondents to catch
a glimpse of tho important dOcu-
mont. Ho is ono of tho greatest
sticklers for etiquette and diplomatic
silonco and secrecy there is iu tho
Sonato, holding that public business
has no business with tho public un
til tho august, body of which ho is a
member is inclined to tako them into
the socrot. Ho aroso and moved
that tho Sonato go into executive
session for tho consideration of tho
documents laid before it. This was
done, and immediately thoro was
tho keenest effort made to got somo
idea of tho document and its terms.
KEPT A SECRET.
Boforo tho reading was half
through Senators who came out re
marked that tho matter was to bo
givon to tho public immodiatoh, at
tho President s request. But shortly
after 5 o'clock it was announced that
tho Senate refused to mako tho mat
tor public, and had sent tho treaty
and accompanying messages and
documonts to tho Governmont Prin
ter with a strict injunction of secrecy.
. There was a good deal of surprise
expressed at tho hasto with which
tho treaty had been sent in, aud not
a few sovoro comments woro made
upon the Administration for taking
such au important stop boforo tho
envoys of ox-Queen Liliuokalani had
beou heard. But it must bo con
sidered that Paul Neumann could
havo boon in "Washington last night
had lie chosen to come.
If Neumann had thought his peti
tion for tho considoration of tho
Queen's claim would havo received
any attontion ho would doubtless
have hastened on here, aud tho fact
that ho did not come in a hurry, but
took his timo with his frionds in San
Fraucisco aud amused himself on
route is pretty good ovidonco that
ho know his mission .was a hopeloss
Tho despatch from Minister
Stevens arrived shortly after 5
o'clock last uight and was as follows:
"I havo timo boforo tho departure
of tho mail stoanior only to state
brioily tho additional reasons which
caused us to assume a temporary
protectorate over those islands. Tho
Provisional Govornmont-must havo
timo to organize a now policy aud dis
cipline a small military force, for
when tho monarchy died by its own
hand thoro was no military force iu
tho islands but the Royal Guard,
about Bovout-ylivo natives. Thoro
aro 40,000 Chinoso and Japauoso on
tho islands and evil disposed poisons
might stir up somo disorder. But
tho chiof olomont of evil in Hono
lulu woro tho renegade whites at tho
head of tho lottery and opium rings
and a considerable number of hood
lum foreigners and more vicious na
tives. Another important reason is
tho presence hero ol a iirmsh war
vessel, and the British Minister, thus
aided, might try to press unduly tho
Provisional Government. Willi tho
islands under our protection wo
think tho English Ministor will not
attempt to resist tho Govornmont
while our Jlag is over tho Govern
In concluding Ministor Stevens
says: "Wo shall continue to maintain
our present position with great cau
tion aud firmness until wo liear from
tho President through tho Secretary
of State, As a precaution against all
contingency 1 advise that Admiral
Skorrett be promptly soul hero with
one or two ships iu addition to tho
in Washington to-night. Mnrsdon,
who had made his way to tho diplo
matic gallory of tho Sonato to bo
prosont at tho rocoptiou of tho
treaty, wont into tho press gallory to
rocoivo tho congratulations of his
frionds among tho nowspapor mon,
Thurston, who is not so oxuborant,
showed just a shado of anxiety as to
how tho mossago would bo rocoived
by tho Provisional Govornmont of
Hawaii. Cartor sviont tho ovoniug
at a rocoptiou, and Wilder, placid
aud contented, gavo himsoli up to
tho perusal of nowspapor clippings
which tho Commissioners had so
cured. Thby woro oil anxious to talk
about tho success of thoir mission,
and tho nows that tho Sonato had
nbt roiuovod tho soal of secrecy from
their lips was nouo too ploasant to
Thoy woro anxious to know when
tho treaty would bo made public,
and it is not to bo wondered at, for
their mission is almost without
precedent, and its accomplishment
is ono of tho most roniarkablo inci
dents of modern history. Their
credentials woro of tho slenderest
character, and tho Go eminent thoy
roprcsonteu was so unstaoio it was
forced to call upon tho United States
to hoist tho stars and stripes al)ovo
its Parliament Houso and announco
a protoctorato over it. Thoir success
in tho face of tho strong sentiment
against outside entanglements that
exists, ospociallj in tho southern
part of this country, and the ob
stacles presented by the largo num
ber of Chinoso in tho islands, tho
sugar bounty and other mattors
which havo boon profusely discuss
ed, is takon as ovidonco that all de
nials to the cont rary notwithstand
ing, tho Administration has intended
to do this thing from tho very first,
aud that every step which has been
taken has been iu accordance with a
woll defined plan laid down origin
ally by James G. Blaine.
SUBSTANCE OF THE TIIEATY.
Whilo tho text of tho treaty can
not bo soon it is known that it pro
vides that it shall bo submittod to
tho Provisional Govornmont of Ha
waii and returned within two
months if tho tonus aro uot accept
ed. It provides for tho contiuuanco
in power of tho Provisional Govorn
mont until Congress shall adopt a
territorial form of govornmont, in
cluding a Govornor aud commis
sioners to bo appointed by tho Presi
dent, it provides a ponsion lor ox
Queen Liliuokalani aud Princoss Ka
iulani. It provides that tho con
tract laborers, Chinoso aud Japauoso,
shall not bo pormitted to come to
tho Unitod Statos, and expressly sots
lorth that annexation shall not con
fer American citizenship. It fails to
recognize the protoctorato of John
L. Stevens; it contains no agreement
to pay tho sugar bounty, nor doos it
provide for tho admission of Hawai
ian products to tho United Statos
f roe of duty until such timo as Con
gross passos spocial laws on that
question. It refers the financial
obligations of tho Hawaiian Govorn
mont to Congressional action.
It will bo soon from those points
that tho Islands are simply aunox
ed, und that Congress -is loft to do
with thorn as it pleases, oxcopt that
the Kanakas cannot vote and tho
Chinoso and Japanese cannot enter
tho United Statos.
soutod and to his onorgotic backing
is duo tho firm stand takon by Prosi
dont Harrison. Ho has boon con
sulted about all tho details aud ho
has douo more missionary work in
tho Sonato than any othor gontlo
man oxcopt Sonator Folton. Tho
last-namod gentleman wisely took a
conservative courso and did not nt
tompt to override objections, but
strove to remove thorn. At tho timo
when tho President wavered and
thdro was much prejudico in tho
Sonato Sonator Morgan spout all his
timo on tho Hawaiian matter, nud
tho fact that ho is far and away tho
most influential Democratic Senator
hero mado his advocacy of tho high
ADVICE FROM STEVENS.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
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Leather Belting & Lace Leather
UKIITAIN TO HE IIATiriKD,
That tho Sonato will piis the
treaty by tho necessary two-thirds
rote is certain, ami it is equally cer
tain (hat it will bo douo without
delay mid without much discussion
The Hawaiian Commissioners worn
the happiest lot of tuuii to bo found
EVERYTHING FOR NOTHING.
Tho Commissioners, whilo happy
at tho prospect of annexation, aro
afraid thoir Hawaiian frionds will
think thoy havo given everything
away and rocoived nothing in return,
and that is why they woro so vory
anxious tho tonus of tho treaty
should not leak out till thoy could
reach Honolulu aud explain why
thoy had accepted tho terms of tho
Said ono of thorn: "The point
has boon raised in tho State Depart
ment that our native products can
not bo admitted to America duty
frco till Congress passos it spocial
bill. On tho othor hand it is claim
ed that as soon as Hawaii is annex
ed her goods must go anywhero in
America duty free, and if duties aro
collected thoy will have to bo re
turned. This is an important point,
for wo oxpoct the free importation
of oranges, pineapples in cans, gua
va jolly and othor dutiable articles
to compensate us for all wo may
lose by annexation. It is not till wo
find a free market in tho United
States that our country will ro
ahead and its proporty advance iu
It was plain from what ho said
tho Provisional Govornmont had ex
pected tho Commissioners to securo
tho immediato admission of Hawai
ian products duty free, aud would
be disappointed if that was not
Ou this head a Commissioner
said: "Wo thought it all important
to join tho United States as soon as
possible nud not haggle about tho
terms. What difference will it
make, anyway? Congress will pass
what laws it pleases to govom any
part of tho Unitod Statos Territo
ries, and antecedent agreements aro
not likely to stand in the way. It
will be a vory short time boforo the
Unitod Stntes,iTorrilory of Hawaii
will ontor upon au unprecedented
season of prosperity."
Speaking about Paul Neumann's
mission. Commissioner Mnrsdon
said: "If ho can secure any larger
pension for the Quoon than the
treaty provides. 1 am willing. Sho
will havo enough anyway."
A number of Senators woro ques
tioned about the probable action of
that body. It was tho opinion tjint
tho treat j' would be reported back
from tho Commit too on Foreign
Relations without loss of timo nud
put to a vote possibly, but uot cer
tainly, to-morrow. The people of
tho Pacific Coast, who aro so deeply
interested in tho islands and whose
property will bo incroasod iu valua
tion by annexation, ought to know
to whom they owe thanks for tho
speedy preparation of tho treaty and
its presentation to tho Senate.
The man who has done the most
for tho Coast in this matter, as well
as In other import ant things iu which
California is interested, in Senator
Morgan of Alabama, who has always
Immmi a wuruimlrocatoof California's
needs aud wishes, lie has smoothed
over ull tho obstacles Unit woro pro-
Suggestions as to tho Terms of An
nexation of Hawaii.
Washington, February 15. Minis
tor Stovons' letter of advice on the
terms of annexation was givon out
by Secretary of State Foster to-day.
It is as follows:
United States Legation, )
Honolulu, Fobruary 1, 185)3.
Hon. John Hr. Fooler, Secretary of
Slate Siu: Everything is moving on
hero quietly. Tho Provisional Gov
ornmont is discharging its responsi
bilities with firmness, discretion and
in a spirit of conciliation and mag
nanimity. Tho annexation sonti
mout has constantly increased since
tho doparturo of the Commissioners
for Washington. As to tho tonus of
annexation, I still adhere firmly to
tho opinion expressed iu my des
patch, that the sugar bounty to bo
paid to tho Hawaiian sugar planters
should bo limited to 6 mills per
pound, or $12 per ton, so long, and
only so long, as tho Unitod Statos
bounty system shall bo maintained.
To tho objection that this allows
onb $12 por ton on Hawaiian sugar,
tho Hawaiian planters got twice tho
amount por aero that tho Louisiana
planters do on tho average, and as I
said in my despatch, tho consensus
of opinion among tho leading plan
ters here, obtained by mo five or six
mouths since, was and is that $12
por ton bouuty will placo all tho
Hawaiian plantations worth main
taining on tho road to financial
safety and success.
As to tho form of government for
tho islands, I now only vary from
tho viows expressed iu my despatch
as to iuclino strongly to tho opinion
that tho beginning should bo sub
stantially bko that of President
Jofforson aud Congress in respect to
Louisiana in tho Act of 1810 (page
230, Unitod States Statutes at Largo)
only differing from that by provid
ing iu addition for a Govornor, At-tornoy-Gonoral,
a Commissioner of
Finance aud Commissioner of tho
Interior, and a Legislative Council
of thirtoon or fourteon. all to bo ap
pointed by the President, unless it
should bo deomod best for tho Gov
ornor to appoint tho xUtornoy-Gon-eneral
aud tho Commissioners of
Finance and of tho luteiior, who
would bo practically a Cabinet of
yiroo to aid tho tjovornor to carry
on tho Governmont. As to tho
liquidation of all political claims of
tho fallen Queen and tho Crown
Princess, I may bo allowed to sug
gest that the spirit and import
of tho March treaty plan of 1851
had hotter bo adopted, which au
thorized tho oxpondituro of $100,000
for life purposos. I therefore sug
gest that if a liquidation of this
kind bo now under consideration,
$150,000 should bo allowed as tho
total sum for this purpose. Sovontj'
thousand dollars should go to tho
ox-Queeu Liliuokalani, $70,000 to
tho Crown Princoss Kaiulaui, and
$5000 to each of tho two youug
As to tho nativo Hawaiians aud
laborers, at this timo things ato
tending favorably toward annexa
tion. Mr. Knuhauo, for many years
a mombor of tho Legislature and
regarded for many years tho best
nativo in tho islands in public lifo
and a Noblo in tho recent session of
that bod-, is au earnest advocate of
annexation. So is Mr. Kaulii, a
member of tho Legislature. John
W. Kalua, tho ablest native lawyer
in tho islands, and for years
a mombor of former Legislatures
from tho important island of Maui,
thinks tho fall of tho Queen and tho
extinction of tho Monarchy a boon
to Hawaii, and ho is for auuoxation.
Robert W. Wilcox, the half-whito
native who led tho Hawaiian revolt
in 1880 which camo so near being
successful, is now for annexation.
Ho w.is educated in Italy nt a mili
tary school, is thirty-sovon yoars of
ago, his father boing a citizen of
Rhode Island aud, it is said, is still
living iu that Statu. Wilcox has
more fighting ability than any other
nativo Hawaiian, aud will bo proud
to become an American citizon aud
at a future time to sorvo in tho army
or civil sorvico of tho Unitod Statos.
Tho main opponents of aunoxa
ation aro tho lower class of natives
led by unscrupulous foreigners of
littlo proporty mostly from Cali
fornia, Australia and Canada, who
wish to maintain tho Hawaiian mon
archy for thoir own unworthy pur
posos, and who think their opportu
nities for power and spoliation will
bo gone if annexation becomes a
fact. Tho Hawaiian poar is now
fully ripe aud this is (ho golden hour
for tho United Statos to pluck it. If
annexation does not tako place
promptly, or is hold iu doubt and
suspense for six or ten months, there
cortainly will bo horo a revolution,
aud those people by thoir necessities
might bo forced toward becoming a
British colony, for tho English peo
ple hero of the monarchical type
would then avail themselves of thoir
opportunity and stir up all possible
opposition (o auuoxation, The
wealthiest Englishman of these isl
ands has to-day called at this lega
tion, aud no man in Hawaii is more
earnest fot annexation. His two
sous, largo business men, aro with
him iu (his regard, and (he uuxl
wealthiest British resident, a. Scotch
man by birth, is with tho first man
named for nnnowition. I cannot do
otherwise than urge prompt action
at Washington. 1 am, sir, etc,
John L, Sti:vens.
OK VERY BUI'EKIOIl QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUU LINE OF SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emery Clofb Sacks,
0-ia.nt Nail Fullers, TiQ.ria.t Swivels,
Tumor's Snips ctncl Slioctrs,
dA.-wls ctxid. Tools, Oarclen Trowels,
Egg Bitters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Faints, Fatty, Etc., Etc.
From Senior Stirircon
to the Contral London Throat and
Ear Hospital, Lionuon, ine.: "i pre
scribe Cushman's Menthol Inhaler
to the extent of hundreds per
From 8. 8. Bishop, Chi
cago, 111. t "I am constantly-us
ing anu prescnoing your memnoi
From Dr. W. Gatcwood,
Del Rio, Texas : "I am enthusiastic
over your Inhaler, and shall recom
mend it to all my friends."
From Eastern manager
Registered Pharmacist : "I have
UBca your Menthol Inhaler tor tho
past threo years and found It Inval
uable for catarrh and colds."
From c u. uoKcra, oi
the firm ot Rogers Bros mfrs. of
Silverware, Meriden, Conn. : "I
recommena unsnman'B juontnoi in
haler to all my frionds as ithas dono
me so much good."
Cushman s menthol Inhaler
Is neat, clean, convenient to
carry, pleasant to use, costs 50
cents, and lasts one year. A
trial will convince you. At
druggists or by mail for 50 cents.
H. D. CUSHMAN,
Three Rivera, Mich.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
DIR.TTC3-Q-ISTS, . '
109 Fort Street,
Honolulu., H. I.
IB. IF". ZEIHIILiIEIRS &c CO.
SS FORT STKE3B3T.
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former cost.
Velvet &; Smyrna, ZR.-u.gs
In nil sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
In fact we odor Iiuniunso Murrains in nil Poiartmpnt.
W Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. j3
XO PLANT LOVERS 1
rpilE UNnEltHKlNEI) DESIRES TO
X notlf tin) imltlic Unit lie in
I'ree, Bliruli or
liuyiinmis win 1111 re-
t6 I'roiniuiitc any Kind
HunIi liy (irnltini;, liiulding,
other inetliodx. So nuviiiuiit
onircd until tliev lire well rooted, uliloli
will take from six weekH to -dx months iu1
rordin to ilsenus. Now N the time for
ladlen to innke prcMinti whether exotiesl or
mitivoM, to her ft lends. 1 will iilt,u under
take to eradicate all insects Unit prey upon
or Mitel; the Mlp from trees nud other vege
tables, whiuli can he expelled from 50 to IX)
hours; no cure no pay.
fW The Collee. und Orange family a
(V:i 1 in llin i.ktin Olllce.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till: AIWOURNKI) ANNUAL
meetiiiK of the Daily Bulletin I'ub-
VALUABLE SHARES OF
Stock and Real Estate
FOR SAIjEJ 1
1 have for snlo the undermentioned Shares
of Block and Real Estate:
lUhllur Co.. (I.Ml. held llilsil.iv. tin, Ml.
low inn ollieers wero elected for the current tf
i-Viw Job l'rinUwj the ItulUUn 0Jk
II. K. Mi'Iutjrti. . .. I'riwiilciit,
Kami, 1'arker Vlie-1'rexideiit,
Daniel I.okuu . . .
Bcerctan and Treasurer.
R. R. lliml ... . .Auditor.
And thcc with Dr. 0, TrousM-au, the
11 win I of Directors.
DANIEL LOU AN',
, , ... Secretary.
Honolulu, Feb. 'i'l, IMM. . (IW-lw
Nubsuriuc JMIy Hullfttn,CQ
wK , . '
Shares O, R. it L. Co. l'nr value
Shares Kilauea Volcano House. Far
Shares Reeiprocity Stteiir Co. Far
IU Shares Honolulu Dairy Co. Far value
Lot No. 2, Block 3,5, ai Pearl City Peninsula
Area about '1 Acres.
House a.t Kctpctlamn,
At prct-ent occupied by l'rof. Ordway, eon
tdxtiiiK of h Rooms with Stables and Car
riage House; one minute's walk from train-cars.
For further ptrtleulurs apply to
Xj"w1b J. Levajr,
Fort & Queen cts.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUALMEETINU OI'TIIK
Hawaiian Railroad Co.. (L'd), held
nt their ollleii this day, the following ecu
tlemeii wero elected to servo during the.
NYJ .H'U'r- Vleu-Fresident
b; J. Wider Secretary,
. iV'r.i ' Truusiuvr,
H. U. WILDER.
onolulu.iVub. SJ, 1K, ""Sulw