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Steel & Iron Ranges
Stoves Sc Fixitutres
HOUSEKEEPING (JOOPS & KITCHEN UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GKAY ami SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & CIIANDEL1EKS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, Nos. J)5 & 1)7 KING STREET.
CH AS. II U STAGE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
SW ALWAYS ON HAND Jfcff
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco
All Order faithfully attended to.
solicited and packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street
TELEPHONE 119. -
BOTH TELEPHONES '-'10 1. 0. HOX A7
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill PORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
bland Orders Solicited.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Qrooeries, Provisions eincL Feed..
New (loods Received by Every I'aeket from tliu Eastern States and Kuioe,
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE JJV EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attended to and (Joods delivered to any part of the City free.
Island Orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blast Corner DEort Ac King Streets.
A SHIPMENT OK
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
FOR HAM-J 11V -
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
AFIKBT-CLABB FAMILY J1ATI1INO
Resort at Walklkl. Tram cars pass
the Bt. Special arrangements can bu
made for Family i'icnlcs and Kvtoiliiir
JUthlojs 1'iu-Ues. 688-U
Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Ordei.
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
-r. o. hox ns.
The Niipon Yuseu KuMiii'x A I Steamer
Will be due at this port on or aboHt the
-8th Iiih. and "III leave for
Oa THURSDAY, March 10th,
AT .1 O'CLOI K I'. M.
fW For information regarding Freight
anil I'litwigii, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
(luueral Agent Nippon Yij-tui KaUhti,
Hitler's Steamship Co.
V. C. Wimikh. l'rci. S. II. Home. Sec.
Cut. J. A. Kino, l'ort Snpt.
Will lonvo Honolulu nt'J l'. m., touching at
I.abaina, Muahica Day and Makcua t ho
Mime day; Mahukona, Kivwuihac and Ijiu
pahnehoe the follow lug dav, arriving nt
llilo nt mldniubt.
Friday Mnr. 17
Returning leaves Hllo, touching at Lau
imhochoc samu dav; Kawaihac ,, m.; Ma
linkona 10 . m.; Mukena I i-. v.; Maalnea
Hay II p. m.; Lahaina S i t. the (ullowitij;
day; arriving at Honolulu II .. M. Wednes
days mid Saturdays.
ARRIVES AT HONOLULU:
No Freight will be received after
I'J noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday at fi
I-. M., touching at Kahului, lluelo, Hnua,
Haiuoa and kipahulu.
Returning will arrive at Honolulu every
JCV No Freight will be received after
4 l'. t. on iluy of sailing.
Consignees must bo at the landings to
receive their Freight, as we will not hold
ourselves responsible after such Fieight
has been landed.
AVhile the Coiiiuiuy will use due dili
gence in handling Live Stock, we decline
to assume any responsibility in ease of the
loss of same. "
The Company will not be responsible for
Money or Jcwefry unles.s placed in the care
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco :
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney and "Auck
land on or about
And will leave for the above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that date.
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu, from San Francisco,
on or about
And will have prompt despatch with
Mails and 1'assenger.s for the above ports.
The undersigned are now prepared to issue
THROUGH TICKETS TO ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
Ctf For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
i-!H General Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
for S. F.
Mar. ' Mar. '.)
Apr. lit Apr. 3i
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrixe Honolulu, Lenre Honolulu,
ALAMEDA, April 7 1 MARIPOSA, AnriKJ
MARIPOSA, May fl MONOWA1. May 1
W. T. MONSARRAT,
Veterinary -;- Surgeon.
flovcrnment Veterinary Surgeon, Inspector
of Stock, Port of Honolulu.
Excellont Accommodation for Patients. No
Risk in Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table,
VETERI NAR Y DENTISTRY.
Uf Orders for Plantation and Ranch
Stock will receive prompt attention,
Mutual 183 TELEPHONES -Bell 96.
M. L MINER, D. Y, S,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
OFFICE: HOTI-2L STAHL1CS.
8 to ID a. M,; l:U to :t:.".0 i. m.
Ui.miiikm-k: With Dr. F. L. Miner.
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention
ALL ACCOI'NTHOWINOTHi: FAHII
lon Stable Co, (L'd), of over three
mouths' standing, if not paid bv the Jllsl
of March, INI.I, will he placed ill t'hc Imuds
of a collector.
J. ,1. SULLIVAN,
President Fanblon Stables Co,, (LM).
Tho Hawaiian Buslnoss.
If tho Republican parly lakes
advantage ot tho Inst days of its
powor to offoct tho annexation of
tlio llnwniimi Islands to tho United
Stnlos, it vill commit mi act utterly
inconsistent with tho true spirit of
democratic govormnont. On tho 8th
of Novontbor Inst tho American peo
ple declnred by nn overwhelming
majority of their votos thnt they had
witlulrnwn their confidence from
President Harrison nnd his pnrty,
and that thoy had transferred this
confidence to Mr. Cleveland and his
parly, who, according to the popu
lar will legally manifested, are to bo
intrusted with tho conduct, of the
government. This was tho plain
monning of tho last national elec
tion. Mr. Harrison and his party
cannot now do a thing which would
as the annexation of tho Hawaiian
Islands certainly would change tho
traditional policy of the republic in
a most important point, which
would, when once accomplished, be
irrevocable and irremudiable, and
which is believed not to lie in ac
cordance with the views of tho in
coming Executive, wit hunt render
ing themselves guilty of an act of
virtual usurpation. It will not serve
as an excuse to say that there tire
prominent Democrats in Congress
who favor this act; For it must bo
remembered that in matters requir
ing negotiation with foreign powers
or nations the Executive has an
essentially leading part to perform,
and that to forestall tho action of
tho incoming lixecutive. and thus to
force its hand, is to take from it a
power which the people have de
clared it shall possess. This usurpa
tion appears especially unjustifiable
considering the nature of the meas
ure in contemplation.
This republic has indeed acquired
foreign territory in the pa-t, but
only territory contiguous to its bor
ders, which might lie expected to be
filled in tho course of time with a
population more or less homogene
ous in character, interests, and as
pirations with our own, and present
ly to bo incorporated with our poli
tical system, to bo formed into
States governing themselves as to
thoir home concerns, and to take
part in tho government of the whole
republic according to our common
national Constitution. The Hawaii
an Islands are about two thousand
miles distant from our western coast.
Their population consisted in 1890
of JU.430 natives, (51S(i half-castes,
7-15)5 born in Hawaii of foreign par
ents, 15,301 Chinese, 12,.'i(JU. Japanese,
8G02 Portuguese, 15)28 Americans,
1841 British, 1031 Germans, 227 Nor
wegians, 70 French. 588 Polynesians,
and -119 other foreigners ill all, 89,
95H) souls. Since then the foreign
population has been increasing, but
most of tho immigrants have boon
Chiuoso and Japanese. The climate
and tho products of the country aro
those of the tropics. The character
of tho population, whatovor further
mixture may take J!ve, will always
bo such as is dow.'iood under the
influence of tho tropical sun, that is,
as universal experience has shown, a
I character uncongenial-to the sober,
ortlorly working or Ireo institutions.
It will always bo colonial; that is to
say, Hawaii would always bo more a
dependency than an integral part of
theUnitod States, with interests pe
culiar to itself, bound to this repub
lic only by tho protection against
foreign aggression and by tho ad
vantages of a commercial union with
this county, but, owing to its situ
ation, always a field of intrigue for
The mannor in which the recent
revolution in Hawaii was brought
about is significant. Let it be grant
ed that Queen Liliuokalaui is a very
improper person to sit on a throne,
and that her attempt to impose a
new constitution upon her people
was very objectionable. But tho
movemont that overthrew her was
not a popular movement. It was a
movement sot on foot by a handful
of American residents, encouraged,
if not instigated, by tho Amoeban
Minister, and supported by the arm
ed forces of an American inau-of-war.
In other words, a foreign in
iluence upset tho oxisting govern
ment, and put in its place a govern
ment of its own, whoso constituency
is only a very small minority of the
inhabitants of Hawaii. And this
government of intruders, by intrud
ers and for intruders, born of a sue
cessful coui (li- main, oil'ers us the
Hawaiian Islands for annexation to
tho United States. Its authority in
Hawaii is owing to tho general be
lief that it has the power of the
United Stales at its back. Its credit
in tho United States is owing to the
fact that its authority in Hawaii
seems to bo generally submitted to.
Of tho true feelings of the large
majority of the Hawaiian people wo
know very little. And the annexa
tion of Hawaii to the United States
is to bo directed, as far as our govern
ment is concerned, before wo know
more. The formal assent by vote of
the Hawaiian people to their incor
poration in the United States as a
condition precedent to annexation
does not seem to bo thought of.
The thing is to be done here as
quickly as it was done there, with
out sober examination of the nature
of the act anil its consequences by
To stimulate our greed wo are told
that unless we take Hawaii, England
will take it. Nothing could bo more
absurd. Our very refusal to take it
will immensely strengthen our moral
authority in objecting to anybody
else's taking it. Wo are told that
our possession of Hawaii would give
us great commercial advantages.
Granted. But can we not secure
those commercial advantages by
some other arrangement than the
annexation of a distant land and a
mongrel people, which, .inch as they
ans nobody thinks of receiving into
th Union as a self-governing State,
.-,, 1 to (he other States; which, a
a far-away dependency, would have
to be ruled by a prooonsul--astrango
and dangerous anomaly in our poli
tical system, an inexhaustible source
of tyranny, profligacy, and corrup
tion, the beginning of radical
changes in our free iustituliousT
Would not this be paving too high a
price for the possession of the isl
ands? Cannot the eoinmercial ad
vantages bo had eheapert Wo aro
told that tho Hawaiian Islands would
be n splendid station for our nnvj',
nnd give it great facilities in those
important wntors. Granted. But is
it not worth while to consider thnt
if wo get such outlying posts for our
nnvy, wo must build n navy lnrgo
enough to protect tho outlying
posts? nnd that, whilo wo aro unas
sailably strong in our continental
home, every far-away possession will
be a vulnerable point, nn element of
These aro important questions.
But no time is to bo given for thoir
mature consideration to tho Ameri
can people 13 an administration
which thoy have recently condemned
by an emphatic voto of want of con
fidence. It is an outrage of the first
order. Harper' M'rekly, Frb. SJ.
COURT OF PUBLIO OPINION.
A. Xi. Johnson Shirt Oo. vs. Tho Poo
plo ex rol.
(Summowi ivilh Xotirr.)
Tin: HimiriKi-K, attorney for plalutlll',
corner King and Alakea streets.
IUnip-mi:-I)own Siihit, defendant's attor
ney for all tliu stores.
TO THE PUBLIC:
Ton arc herein mimmnnrd and com
manded to appear, till other business
excuses, .notwithstanding that, A. L.
1 Johnson makes the best and cheap
1 est line of all kinds of Shirts nt his
factory, corner King and Alakea
, street iu thoCityof Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Goveliiineut, State of
' O.-iliu, between the hours of 8 a. m.
; and 5 p. in., on and after tho (It h day
I of October, 185)2, and then and there
show cause why you should not bo
punished for not patronizing the
ioug established shirt maker and to
testify to the best of your knowledge
as to the quality and make of John
sou's Shins with all the latest and
best improvements made to order,
and for sale by the above plaint ill' in
the above said premises. Should
you fail to put in an appearance in
the fbove said place you will bo
adjudged guilty of contempt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sentenced
for HTo eating L'oi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney, corner King and
N. B. Orders received by mail.
Prove all things, and hold fast ti.
that which is good.
A"o Nhyxter collectors need nnpear.
The man who is given to sober re
flection seldom gets into a tight
place. '1'exti.i Si'tinyx.
A man never goes on the street
that ho does not seo wrecks enough
to frighten him into a serious mood.
French in One Lesson "Boutoille
means bottle, fromago cheese, and
ami friend, nnd so on with the othor
words." Flieijeude Mutter.
When a young man becomes en
gaged to a young lady ho establishes
a protectorate. Tho wedding is an
nexation. liultimore' American.
Two-fold Impudence Bessio He
was very impudent. Ho put his
arm around mo twice. Jessie
Humph! He must have had a very
long arm. Puck-.
To Bo Expected Professor do
Science Statistics show that men
aro growing shorter and women aro
growing taller: Lady Not uulikuh.
I don't know of anything that has
such a stretci.y effect as hanging on
to a street-car straps. A'. )'. Weekly.
A Chicago man who had been ap
pointed receiver went to a lawyer
and asked: ''Out of $20,000 passing
through his hands how much ought
a receiver to profit?" "Well, about
.?19,000," was the reply. "Only .?1'.),
000," ho exclaimed, "who is to get
the other thousand, I'd like to
know?" Texan Siftiuqx.
Three days is a very short time in
which to euro a bad case of rheu
matism; but it can be done, if the
proper treatment is adopted, as will
bo seen by the following from James
Lambert, of Now Brunswick, Ills:
"J was badly aillicted with rheuma
tism in the hips and legs, when I
bought a bottle of Chamberlain's
Pain lialin. It cured me iu three
days. 1 am all ri'ht to-day: and
would insist on every one who is
aillicted with that terrible disease to
use Chamberlain's Pain Balm and got
well at once." 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
6i Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. m m-m
Mary's Unwelcome Lamb.
Mary bad a little lam,
She got it from her mother,
For stealing cookie., cake mid jam
She doesn't want another,
- X. V. Ilerahl.
Daily bulletin, 60 ce.nU a month,
LOST OB MISLAID
ClERTIFK'ATE NO. L FOR TWENTY
I Mimes Mutual Telephone Stock,
standing iu the naiue of V. M. t , ili-im
Transfer luii, been stopped. Finder wil
plcuso it-turn to .1. S. WALKER,
rpilE RKOULAR ANNUAL MEETIN0
1 of the Stockholders of the lutei
Wiind .Steam Navigation Compiler, (LM),
will be held at the Ollli-n of the ('oinpanv
on TUESIIAY, March iilst, at 10 o'clock
W. 11. .Mi-LKAN.
Oliia di Koa Firewood
At $8 Per Cord CASH
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.
Dully Unlit liu, 0(1 irnta a month,
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