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Stoves cfe FisztuLres
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS & KITCHEN UTENSILS
Agate Ware in Large Variety,
WHITE, GllAY and SILVER-PLATED;
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS,
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON WORK.
DIAMOND BLOCK, No. 95 & 5)7 KING STREET.
G II A S . H U STAGE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR AND FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and island Butter
&J3- ALWAYS ON HAND 0C?
Hew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco
All Order-, faithfully attended to.
solicited und packed with care.
LINCOLN BLOCK, King Street -
BOTH TELEPHONES 210-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Orders Solicited.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
New Goods Heeeived by Every Packet from the Eastern States and Europe.
rill:sn CALIFORNIA PRODUCE 1JY EVERY STEAMER.
All Orders faithfully attended to and Oooda delivered to any part of the Pity free.
Island OrderH Holicited. (satisfaction guaranteed.
Hletst Corner Fort Ss King Streets.
A shipment ok
Flshbrand Oil Clothing
von bai.i: uv
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
AI'IUST.Ol.ABB FAMILY 11AT1I
Resort ut Wulklkl. Triuiiuur
thu nate. Hneulul
xnadu lor Family Plcnien
(Satisfaction guaranteed. Island Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
-P. O. BOX 372.
-1'. 0. HOX 2U7
-p. o. i;ox ur.
At SB Per Cord CASH
ter- and ii:i.ivi:iu:i)-tt
JOHN P. COLBURN &c CO.
Daily llullflin, 60 cent u manlli,
NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
FAIR D LUAU
Close to the Railroad, below Mr. Waller's
UtCWCry, to 1)1) held on
Wednesday, April 5th,
l'ltOM 11:30 A. M. TO 7 1 M.,
Under tin" management of Mus, Wmo
and Mui. Wvii.ut. of Kullhi, nlkilliy
mniiy White and llawaliuu Ladies.
Supeiintonded bj Ri. ruiimCiiMiM,
for Cliuu'h I'tuinHw,
Two Tables roreign and Hawaiian: (It.il)
locs; Untile; l.ulsand riovverTa-
hles: lit) Crc.mi and Candy
Tables; Huiles; Etc.
NO ADMISSION FEE WILL BE CHARGED.
e l'lag Ta
Tablo Tickets 5U Cents..
'1 he Hand of St. Louis College will play
during the whole da several of their hi au
tiful pieces: and the Sunday School Ohoir
of Father Olenu nt will sing some of their
best songs, all to niako of tlie occasion not
only a lucrative d.ij , hut uWo a very enjoy
nlilc one for eerjoue.
E8F- Tiains will inn at V.cmsion Hates
fioni Honolulu and Mo malua to the Kair
(lioiimls. every half hour from 0 . M. to I
e. m.; eveiy liour fiom 1 to.'i v. m.j ovcrj
half hour again from ii to 7 r. M.
SF Tickets for the I.uau niav ho had
an time after Tuesday, March lltli.
)STitkets for Trains (round trip),
only 'J." cents, w ill he delivcied at the Depot
on thu two preceding dins April .id and
The names of all the L idles who will
please take eh.uge of thu dillcient Tables
of the l'air and Luau will he published as
soon as they are well known. (7'-td
ttoyal Hawaiian Opera House
J. I.evoy ....
Series of Interesting Incidents in
Adapted for the Stage by the H waii Ponoi
Di.vmvtio Co , to be presented in Eng
lish by Native Hawaiian, on
SATURDAY EVENING, April 8ft,
Will be produced a Melo-diama in
1 wo AUs, entitled;
New Scenes I
Ne'w Costumes I
New Songs I
A Musical Interlude by the Company:
Overtuio Hawaiian Hand
"Landing of Lono and His Death"
Characters b, the Coinpanj.
fSF A Pet of liiallstio Pcenery has been
speLially designed and painted for these
Prices as Usual 50c, 76c. & $1.00.
V8i !o Plan open at I.evej's where
'1 leUets can be had for all p.ut- of ihe
The following ehoieehit of word painting
oeuirs in Hawthorne's Mailili I'aun:
" Women bo they of what earthly rani;
they niaj, howovei gifted with iutelltetor
genius, 01 endow eil with aw till beauty, have
always some little haudiwoil; icady to fill
the tin gap of every vacant nioiiient. A
needle is tamili ir tu thulingem of tliim all.
A ijikuii, no doiiht, plies it onoieasion; the
woman poet urn use it as adioitly as hei
pen; thu woman's eje, that has diseoverul
a law star, turns from its gloi, to send thu
imlished little iiistiument gh.iming along
the hem of her l.eiehief, 01 todainaeasiial
fray 111 her diess. And thej have greatly
the advantage of us in this respect. The
slendei thread of -ilk 01 lotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
teiestsof life, the continually opciating in
fhieiues of which do somuilifoi thu health
of tlieehaiuetLi, and eniry oil' what would
ntliuuw) he a dangerous acLiimulation of
iiniihlil sensibility. Avast deal of human
s.Mupath.N runs along this uleutriu line,
htietehing fiom the tliione to the wiul.or
(hair of the humblest seamstress, and
lacpiug high and lou inn species of com
munion with then Kindled hulngs."
HoiinewiL, while jiiu ply too ntedlu,
hao jou oer relliitid on tlie ielssitudes
of life? bee to it that our husbandh juo
vide for the futum wulfaiu of tluii families
hv at once apiihiug for a Polic in the
EWUITAHLE LITE AhbUHANCi: bO
C1ETY of the United btates. No more
suitable gift could be ulleied to ou.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
Qoner.il Agents for the lluwallau islands
Equitable Life AdMiianco boelety of thu
M. L, MINER, D, Y. S.,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
Ol'TKE: HOTEL bTAULHri.
oil i I! liotllis;
8 to lu v. M.i
W llMIUI M 1'
li.io to ,i::;o v, m.
With Dr. P. L. ; Miller.
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Iligs to notify the publlu that he has re
ceived per h. b. ' .Mmiowal" an
Elegant Assortment ol
Ladles', Children's & Gnat's
(Continued from ful Pane.)
Incronctl b' law, but tlous not ro
vitlo Hint it may bo lossonud by that
samo iiuviiiH. Tlio otroct of such a
high proporty tialilioation for tho
right of franchise can well bo im
agined. "Tho last cousin shows that on
tho Island of Hawaii tho population
is 2(5,751. 1 linvo not tho statistics
giving tho number of olectois oligi
blo to vote for nobles on this island,
but 1 have boon informed by paities
that I believe to bo entiiely trust
worthy that the number is about
four hundicd. It will thus bo seen
that a ver small majority of tho
actual oting population of tho
country has a right to participate in
tho election of one linpoitant branch
of tho legislating body. It in a
measttio disfranchises a largo por
tion of tho nathc Hawaiians. While
thoy can all, or very nearly all, com
ply with tho educational require
ments, tho property qualification
dibfiauchises probably moro than
four-iiftbs of llioin. This does not
woik a greater haidship on tho na-
tio Hawaiians than to tho poorer
and middle classes of other nation
alities. 1 am informed by citizens
of tho islands that a laborer earning
?l(.) per month and his board is not
permitted to vote undor tho incoino
qualification, tlie construction being
placed upon the law that tho boaid
part of a laboior's compensation
cannot be counted as a part of his
"During the session of tho legis
lature which recently closed, a
st niggle was carried on between tho
paities fatoring a change in this
fcoclion of the constitution and those
who adocated its retention. For
tho gi eater part the contest was
between the house, of representatives
and the house of nobles, or between
those elected by the whole people
and tho-e chosen by tho favoied
classos. An attempt was made to
face-tiro the calling of a constitutional
convention, with authority to modi
fy the iiibtuunent. This effort prov
ed unavailing. Tho queen, after tho
prorogation of tho logilaturo, pre
sented a now constitution to her
cabinet and asked 'them to sign.
"This they advised against and
declined toapprmo. Thu queen then
made a speech fiom tho balcony of
tho palace, advising tho people, who
always gathei in great numbers on
tho occasion of tho adjournment of
tho legislature, to go to their homes
quietly and in an ordinary manner,
and await until such time as thoy
might be able to secure a constitu
tion more to their liking.
"The putty who had compelled
tho foinier king to modify tho con
stitution saw in this action of tho
queou an oppoit unity which favoied
the carrying out of a seheino they
had for sonio time wished to seo ae
complishedj namely the overthrow
of tho existing government and tho
annexation of the islands to tho
United States, and so adroitly was
tho whole matter planned, and so
skillfully was it executed, that these
men astonished themselves by the
.sudden success which followed their
"Tho United States Minister and
tho commander of the man of war,
'The .Boston,' then ljing in tho har
bor, wero niado confidants in this
plan, if wo are to accept tho slato
luonth of parties engaged in tho
scheme to ovortluow Uie govern
ment. If confirmation of this testi
mony wero needed it was abundantly
furnished by subsequent history.
Tho evening bofoio t ho day on which
tho seizure of the government was
made, about two bundled men wero
brought oir the Boston, and with
muskets, double belts of cartiidges,
and Gat ling guns, paraded t ho .streets
in front of tho queen's palace, and
fiiiiill- went into camp on tho oppo
site side of the sheet from tho
palace grounds and immediately in
hont of tho palace. A small detach
ment was sent to the residence of
the United Stales Minister and to
the ollico of tho United States Con
sul. The report was freely given
out that tho .Boston boys had come
ashore to protect United States pro
pel ly. What propoi ty tho United
Sjatos owned anyvv hero in the viei
nitj of the loyal palace or govern
ment buildings f was never abln to
uimiyn hem the uatnnir mins
and thu main force of men wero
"On the following day, January
17th, tho second pait of the pro
giain was carried out. The eitieus
loft their stoics and shops with their
Winchester rifles, marched in front
of Uncle Sam's piotectiug anuy,
into tliojjuilding, and took posses
sion of "it. That they would have
attempted this movement without
the intimidating elleet of United
States soldiers placed squarely in
fiout of tho palace, is not to bo for
it moment thought of.
"The strength of public opinion
against, tins movement was cortainly
sullieiontly stiong to have prevented
any such undertaking without tho
assistance of an outside military
"It may be asked, who ate tho
dissatisfied parties, and what is tho
element desiiing this change in tho
government and what aro the power
ful causes that provoke this desire
for a change.
(Coin I union nt jet hiuv.)
Rooms to lot with bomd at Ilnni
Hoot Boor on draught at Honson,
After hhaviug use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. JJmibou, Smith k. Co.,Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith to Co.,
Dr. McLennan. l!il Foil hi reel.
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (182,
Mechanics' Home, 59 and 111 Hotel
btreei. jAHiging ny day, week or
mouth 2fie. and Wlc. a night; l
and J 1.25 a week.
Piof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, SpauUh,
and Latin. Jtuhidouco, Alakea stieot,
near V. Al. U. A.
FOR THOSE WANTING JOBS.
Tho Rulos That Will Govorn ProBl
New York, March 10. Tho Press
correspondent nt Washington tele
graphs: From tho statements Presi
dent Cleveland, Postmnster-aonornl
Bissoll and other members of tho
Cabinet made during tho week to
visiting Congressmen the following
code of rules can now bo given as
those which will govorn all appoint
ments to public service under tho
First lncuinbonts will bo retain
ed in ollleo until their commissions
oxpiro or until t hero is a voluntary
lesignatiou. When there is no com
mission fixing tho tonuro t ho oflioiont
incumbent will bo permitted to servo
lour years lroni tho luno of appoint
ment. Second No ono who has hold of
fice undor tho former Cleveland ad
ministration will bo again appointed
to ollico, exceptions being railway
mail clerks and Poslollieo inspectors.
Third No appointment will bo
made in States having spring State
elections until after such olections.
fourth All Postmasters must
divorce themselves from privato
business excepting in instances
where the fourth-class pay is so
small that Postmasters will not give
their undivided time to tho post
ollice. Fifth Appoint mouts will not bo
made upon tho magnitude of peti
tions or indorsements alone, but
character, appeal anco and evident
fitness of tho applicant for tho place
must also bo considoied.
Sixth As appointments aro of an
executive and not of a political char
acter, recommendations by primary
elections will not prevail.
Seventh No exception will bo
made to rule 2 in favor of applicants
who woro removed fiom ollico by
tho last adniinistiatiou bofoie they
had served their full term of four
years, no matter how brief their ser
vice may have been.
.Rule 1 does not apply to foreign
missions, to tho higher grades of
consuls and to assistant secietaries
and chiefs of bureaus. It is intend
ed, however, to cover that vast class
of patronage included in tho Post
ollice, Internal Revenue and customs
service. Hide 2 is flexible and will
bo niado to cover appointees under
the fir.st Cleveland administration
w ho are still in possession outside
of classified service.
The Shirt Maker's Revongo.
Hold our orders for Johnson is coming
The shirt iimkei is on the way
Look out for his whiskers foi thovare leak
ing Till jou hear what lie has to say.
Itesncct to Johnson the blither iustlv naid
And noble shirt niakei honored ins johlots
Hut whence this being? lh.it a n.iniu so
Should join with Johnson the shin man,
on a tomb bo seen.
This Johnson Would better far ptoclaini,
To future nues hiimblu his job lots name.
Johnson and shirt maker had been well
Tho tit collector and the city bard.
Now inipoil all jour so called sbiit makers
To take iny honest living away if joui.ui
I eamo to those Islands to woik like a man
lleio will 1 stay in spite of vote teeth
For all kinds of shirt will I make to look
"LVST BUT NOT LEAST."
I do all the shirt cutting that is
done at my place of business and in
case tho shirts don't give entire satis
faction I will alter them, make now
.shiits or refund tho money. All
shirts that I niako will bo kept in
repair for 2 year.-, free of charge.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Tho American Shirt Maker.
Tho strongest recommendation
that any article can have is tho en
dorsement of tho mothers of the
town. When the mothers recom
mend it you may know that that
article has moio than ordinaiy merit.
Hero is what tho Centerville, South
Dakota, Citizen says editorially of
an article sold in their town: "From
poisoual expeiience wo can say that
Chamberlain's Cough Jieinedy has
broken up bad colds for our chil
dren. Wo aio acquainted with many
mothers in Contoivillo who would
not bo without it in tho house for a
good many times its cost, and are
recommending it everyday." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealois. Ben
son, Smith to Co., agents for the Ha
Ten Homesteads !
IHOIR, SALE !
ilIEKE A UE TUN' HOOD bl.E HO.ME-
steads on the VVniklkl load between
Hon. ('has. L. Hoiikins' lueinises and .Mr.
.Macfailaiie a pienii-us. Thee L(i
best unsold Lots In
the cily, heiug pint of
those, piciniscs foimeilj
.. i. ...: ... .i i... V! w
U.t UK! I. V 1 .
Deeds at tho expense of
Teiiuci me iiisj-.
tf l'"or furthei pailhuluirf apply to
Honolulu, March :M,
Exocutor's Notice to Creditors.
ix Tin: diuouiT (oi'itT vow the
JL l'iit t'iiiuit. -In I'robate. In the mat
ter of the iVill oi Maiia O'biilllvan, de
ceased. The imderslmicd uivus notice that
ho has been appoiiitid Eeeutoi of the
last Will and Testament of .Maiia O'hulll
vn u, late of Honolulu, deceased, and he
heiehy untitles all Cledltoisof said .Maiia
U'hiillhan to pieM'iit theii iiispuulvo
claims dill) verllied, with pioper voucheis,
to him, at the stoic of E, (), Hall V Sou, in
Honolulu, within nI mouths Iiom this
date, oi thej will be foruvei bailed.
Evicutorof thu Will of .Maiia O'hiilllvan,
Hatul this JUthdiu of Maich, )VM,
Kor Local New
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