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lu $i sthtUrtin.
Plfdocd to neither Sect nor lirly,
But Established for the lime fit of All.
WEDNESDAY, .UN. 10, 1891.
Of the fourteen original moiubors
of tlio Advisory Council, sovoral took
a trip to Washington at tho public
ospeuso, four liavo tnkoti high sala
riod positions, and two liavo retired
without taking oflice although one
of them left the country iu disgust
at his failure to get a billet. Only
sis of the original Council retain
their places to-day. one of whom,
out of the country, only reserves his
seat to keep Editor Smith of tho
.Star out of it.
tioeruor I'onnoyor of Oregon
sent a bumptious Christmas message
to President Cleveland, in which he
stated that two-thirds of tho people
of his .State were without employ
mold, and a largo proportion with
out adequate means of subsistence.
Thi condition of tilings he laid to
tho charge f tho Administration'
iler policy. One of our anuaa
lion contemporaries always eager
to catch anything against Cle eland,
publixlioil tho (.lowrnor'fl address
liler news indicates redhot anger
pervading Oregon over tho raving
epistle of Governor I'onnoyor. At
Salem an indignation meeting under
the auspices of the Hoard of Trade
was held, at which i evolutions were
passed denying the Governor's alle
gations and ordered to bo sent to
the President and Congress.
W11AT IS THE V. O. Y
It was deemed pertinent the other
day to iuuire as to what national
ity the supporters of the Provisional
Government ought to claim. They
were shown distinctly to be neither
American nor Hawaiian, and their
nondescript character could only bo
desctibed iu a joke. There is an
equally pertinent inquiry waiting to
be answered, as to what form of
government tho prceut polity is.
Is it a monarchy, constitutional or
other? Hardly, unless soveutccn
absolute kings constitute anything
that can come under a monarchical
category. They cannot, however,
claim that name, for with foreign
assistance they declared the mon
archy abrogated, deposed tho Queen,
disbanded the guards, dismantled
the palace, and oven disfigured tho
Is it a republic? There it no ele
ment of Mich a M-stein iu the com
bination. Klse where are the popu
larly chosen President, the Con
gress, .Senate and House of llepre
sontativo? You xcaruh in vain for
the counciiinii between the provid
ing and the spending power. Whom
do these to-called Councils repre
sent.' Any acaucy iu their number
is filled by someone cho.-eu b the
remainder. N this the way of re
publics? "No taxation without re
presentation," is the foundation
principle of a republic. Has there
been any sort of representation of
the people of this country for a
whole wir.' Have the taxpayers
agreed, by their repiescnlalhcs, to
pay the xalnry of the .Minister non
resident iu Washington.' Or that of
tho Secretary of Legation, an ollice
unknown to tie monarchy? Do
thoy know what they are paying for
thofcpecial agents of their propa
ganda now iu the l'nited States
Alexander, Olenon, Eniorson, P. C.
Jones etc.? ( )r what the cost of the
five Mt-eallod Commissioners last
January? Can they ascertain the
weekly monthly expense of nil
these special police, -ueiut dotec
tives, mounted patrol, ami spies
generally .' Are thoy in any position
to call to account any administrator
of their property for tnaladministra
tion or on any other grounds? No!
The I'. (.1. is faithcr from a repub
lie than fiom an absolute monarchy.
Is it honestly a provisional govern
iiient.' Again, No'
The lir-t business of an honest
provisional government is to dis
eovei, or if uecessaiy create a ropre
nutiluiiw, or iu some way popular
gowinmietit, into whose bauds they
may relinquish the power thoy have
become endowed with, or iu this in
stance they have unjustifiably boizod.
A constitution to bo submitted to
the people, a legislature to bo chosen
by the people, ought to be the first
work of a provisional government,
and tho resignation or transfer of
thoir temporary power to a per
manent system the i.ccond.
Was there over any provisional
government which clung to its tem
porary or accidental power for
twelve months, without any attempt
to establish a permanent, constitu
tional, representative government?
No! This is not an houu.il provi
sional government. Thou what is
this government? Hrioily, uu ou
i. Aitan. President Cleveland defines
it accurately as on oligarchy. Somn
of its own agents shamelessly avow
ed iu tho L'nited States thoir boliof
that Hawaii was only fit to be ruled
by an oligarchy. That n owal could
only be made by men who knew that
thoy could havo no power iu thoir
own country ttudor any system whoro
tho will of tho pooplo made, choice
of rulers. Of such men it is notor
ious tho groat majority of tho Pro
visional Government is composed.
Thoro is not ono of them, oven, who
could sccuro his election on this isl
and under oon tho extremely high
franchise of voters for Nobles.
THE WAR IN BHA.IL.
Peetileuco Addoil to tlm Horrors of
Buenos AvtiES, Dec. iy. News is
recoived from Hio do Janeiro that
yellow fever has been added to 1 ho
IiorroM of war, and that live death
havo already occurred. I no autnor
ities are taking every precaution to
prevent tho spread of tho dieae.
but are greatly hampered by tho
coudition of tho city, consequent on
tho war. Tho fever is of the most
virulent form, accompanied by black
Following the nous that black
vomit hail broken out at Hio, comes
the additional information that the
bombardment of tho city and forts
continues and tho forces of both
parlies seemed determined to bring
matters to a termination. Tho Are
of tho rebel warships upon the forts
is saiil to liavo resulting in killing a
number of tho defenders of the for
tilicatious. II is also saiil several
people have been killed iu tho street
of Hio and tho people of the city
are so panic stricken that all the
stores aro closed and business is
practically at a standstill.
II is roporteil a battle at sea In
t ween tho rebels' ships and IVixoto
cruisers may soon bo expected, and
upon the engagement will depend
tho fate of tho rebellion.
N'kw YonK, Dec. 28. The Herald's
Montevideo (December 2S) ndvicc"
from Kioirny: G or ninny, by it firm
stninl. Ii.is mtllirSeil I lie net inn nf 1)k i
Gatna iu placing an embargo on
commerce. The German warship"
protect all the lighters Hying the
German ilag. The Hritish Consul
has given notice to English war
ships that he will alTord full protec
tion to Hritish ships, but ho will not
interfere when they are tied up to
wharves or if they remain at point-
w here danger is apparent
now manifesto has boon issued I
by Do Gaiua. He declares it was a i
mistake to assume the first doeu
meiit ho issued was intended for a
declaration of his purpose to restoie
monarchy. Ho only wonts the peo
ple to have an opportunity to vote
on the question and havo it decided
fairly. Ho says this document vva
suppressed by Peixoto.
Tho Herald's St. Piorro (Mar
tinique) special says: ''Tho Hra.ilian
cruiser America sailed last Friday
from here for some port iu Hra.il.
The submarine torpedo-boat Des
troyer remains here to havo her rud
A toUgram froui Hio says there
was fierce fighting to-day between
the rebel fleet and tho Government
forts at Nlctberoy. The firo of the
forts was so heavy that tho insurgent
warship Alniirante Tamaudnre was
forced to retire out of range. She
is said to have been quite brolly
damaged. It is reported from Hage
that the insurgents have been de
feated in an engagement there with
a loss of several hundred.
00V. WAITE ON PROFANITY.
Ho Roplios to r Lottor Robukinri
Him for Saying "Holl."
Di:nvi:ii, December 128. Governor
Waite yesterday wrote a lottor to
ltichard Collins of this city, iu reply
to one suggesting thai profanity did
not well become his Excellency's
station. Mr. Collins had roforonio
to tho Governor's recent statement,
before a business men's convention
that he was in favor of keeping up
tho fight for tho free coinage of
silver at tho ratio of IIS to I "until
hell freezes over."
Tho Governor's reply is as follows:
" Profanity is to be condemned
and doubtless Is, as a rule, in bad
taste, though thoro may be casus
when it is perhaps excusable. Tho
word "holl is uot necessarily pro
fuuity. It is uot considered allow
able in polite society, and has been
excluded, I am informed, from the
modern version of the scriptures,
but it hardly comes within the pro
hibition of tho decalogue. Christ
himself was so outraged by tho
deeds of tho usurers aud extortion
ers of his day -who don't deserve to
lie mentioned now, (or iniquity and
blasphemy of all that was holy was
common with that class iu those
days even ho, the most gentle ami
meek of all creation, was provoked
to say to thorn: '() yu generation of
serpents, how can yo escape the
damnation of hell?'
"It griovos mo to learn that you
are troubled ou account of what you
consider my profanity. Permit mo
to ask if your sleep is disturbed any
on account of tho servant girls ami
industrious poor who have lost their
little all by depositing it in the sav
ings batik of this city, or those who
have boon sold out of all thoy pos
sess by chattel mortgage fiends or
tho starving poor of Deliver, who
almost daily seek refuge in suicide?
Or aro these matters of so little im
portance that they vex not your
righteous soul? Wo road iu tho
Scriptures of those who aro clean
outwardly, like an Arctic sopulchor,
but within aro full with all manner
of rottounoss and dead men's bones.
Very respectfully yours,
"Dvvm H. Viti."
"I know au old solilior who had
chronic diarrha-a of long standing
to have boon permanently cured by
taking Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
nndDiarrlnea Homody'says Edward
Shumpik, a prominent druggist of
Minneapolis, Minn. "I have sold
tho remedy in this city for over seven
yeais and consider it superior to
any other medicine now ou the
market for bowel complaints." '.'."
aud 50 cent bottles of this remedy
for sale by all dealers. Hem-on,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
ESOAVtt OV 0H11I0 EVAN8.
Walk Out rf Jn.il, Tcklna- His Jailor
At full i oYltn!. ou tho evening of
Dec. US. Chris Evans tho notorious
robber and muidorer, escaped from
tho counlv jail at Fresno. California.
Di puty-Sherill Hen Scott was on
duy. Within the previous hour
th wife of Eiih hail boon admit
ted on a iuit to her husband.
Ed Morel, a waiter, caino to the
cell with supper for Evans. Scott
locked (he time in together, ami
left them while Evans was eating.
Morel asked to be let out and Scott
unlocked tho door. He had no soon
er uono !o t nan .Morel pulled a six
shooter on him and ordered him to
throw up his hands. Evans said,
"That's right. Hen. put your hands
up," ami Seotl obeyed, lie was
seaichcd by the villains and then
marched otil by them. Mrs. Evans
was left in the jail. After they hail
gone thiough the streets some ilis
tanooj Scott says he heard shots ami
thinking he v:U being fired at broke
away anil escaped from his captor?.
Evans and Morel met City Mar
shal Morgan and W.M. W'yatt at a
comer, ami made them throw up
their hands to be searched. While
Morel wai- -caiching Wyatt, ho was
suddenly grasped by Morgan. Evans
came up ami -ricd out, "Let go that
manor I'll kill von." Morgan was
about tooliev when lie wasslmt in
the light slmiilder I v Evan".
The n.libei and hi pal then tried
to gel int.. a v.agon, bill I lie hordes
uiedhy i lie f Iml iiaii away. Then
they liieil ii ei.il limes at tiio driver
of a e.in f.u. iu' him to alight, and
lal.iiig p -'In'i n tin1 eait drove
Moroni was taken to his home,
whom ln ifsled oasv. When Scott
returmd In tin jail lie found Mrs.
EvaiH in a faint, and she only went
out of one lil I go into another.
She deelaied .-lie had nothing to do
with the e'eape of her husband, but
she was not believed, Mr. Evans
had ordered Mippor for Chris at a
restaurant, and when the owner took
it over the jail was locked. Morel
would appear to have got another
supper at a hotel, and gained en
trance to the hit iu the ionise of a
waiter, lie i Known to have been
I a jaillei I and a hard case. The
lauthoritiis had loiiir previously been
warned anonymously that Evans
vvonld I rv to ocatte. and alo to look
out fur Mr. I..iii ami daughter
Carlton Coru.vell, foreman of the
Gazette, Miihlletow n, N..I., believes
that Chamberlain's Tough Iteniedy
should Ik iu cverv home. Hi used
it for .1 cold anil it elFe( led ; speedy
euro, lie say: "It is indeed a grand
rciiiuly, I cfri recommend to all. 1
have also i i ii it used for whooping
cough, with tl' best results." 25
ami oO cent bottles for sale by all
dealers. Hciiwui, Smit h fi Co.. agents
for the Hawaiian Island.
By Jan. I". Morgan.
ltv nrili'i-of Mr. I.. II. i;i:i!l:. A-ltfiiieof
i mi r.Miueei w inn iun.n i niiKrniit, i m
II III I'lllllle Aui'lleii, HI m Ml i-reiilll,
AT e in l.'Ji'K.
I u ni: (inni).-,
Sowing Machinoa, Etc.
a i !, a i.nr or
l-Iutli Cliiiin, New Wocta and Mope,
CO Slieels G-r'eet Corriifritcil Iran.
Jai-i. ('. .Moi'fjun.
Valuable City Property
On S.VTI'lill.VY. .Inn. HI.
VI ll I III. U NlillN,
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V.li'lUMI lll.ll V.llil
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Kt u i I Mi:r.i:i.
i n Ii i .1 li'ii.i;-i 1. 1 Hi fi I uu
I. il i). "in i iiihI i lUmi
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I ' (II lillMlt
2-Story Dwelling House
Ciiiiiiiniiii iii i;. i. n,- i Hii.if. mi, dnt-
ll.Hl-l' I, l ll I .111 I III' 1.IIH Imv,.
"Ill III! I ' li.HI ,1 Kit, Inn
.ml Until. Al.i
1 2-Roodi Collage!
1 1-Room Cottaye!
U .i-ii llii i-i iiiiini ,
It III, llll
ill i :n-.. rh i on iiiilii:i
-rni.i:i;.v- my win:, iu.naii ka-
T iiul, li.i- li-:i my licil una Imaril,
tin-. I in jiu- imtlcit iliut I u III nut lie rrs
iiiiillil. lui ti ti v ili'lits i nntriiclfil liy tho
-ui'l liimiii iliiiinj iiitlimit my vvrliun
"In. JM). KAIJII.
IIOlliilillil, I. in h, 'J. iii 'Jw
I'm 'alt' In
- POI M.t lultfl.
RAOE TROUBLES IN FLORIDA.
A Norm Murdoror Lodgod in Jail
After a Fight.
WtLDWoon (Fla.), December 20.
Tho nogro, Abo Lamblight, who shot
Ira Smith last night, togethor with
fivo othor negroes who woro in tho
light, w.i3 arrosted this morning ami
lodged iu jail by ShorilY Chapman,
in charge of tlio Loosburg Iliflos.
Thoro was considerable firing bofore
the arrests were made, at least sovon-tv-fivo
shots beitiK exchanged. Sev
eral negroes wore slightly wounded.
Isaiah Hyau (uogro) was killed last
night, but tho fact was not reported
until this morning. At this hour
ovcry thing is quiet. About fifty
white men are under arms. It va3
reported this afternoon that the no
groes woro organizing iu tho direc
tion of Lady lake. Telegrams have
been sent to the Governor and ho
has ordoroil troops, to this place.
They will arrive at 11 o'clock to
night. Every ro.nl leading into
town is picketed and tho movements
of the negroes are closely watched.
Iho people aro all very much ex
cited. Many stubborn and aggravating
cases of rheumatism that were be
lieved to bo incurable aud accepted
as lifo legacies, havo yielded to
Chamlhsrlaiu's Pain Halm, much to
tho surprise aud gratification of tho
suueters. umi application will re
lieve tho pain and suffering and its
continued use insures an oiloctual
cure. For sale by all dealers. Hen
sou, Smith tt Co., agents for the
HONOLULU CRICKET OLUU,
rpili: HRMI-AXN'I'Ati MEKTINll OP
J tin- Honolulu 'ticket ;iu! will Ih- held
ill the Hawaiian Hotel, un WKPXKSDAY,
.Inn. in, lb!H, Hi T:: V. . Itv (inter.
IS. I.. AtlKIIIIACII,
1il! til HeerHnry.
HAVE YOU TRIED -:- -;-
If you try them once you will
smoke no other.
Ani (JUC returning GO Jockey
Club hibeh to S. h'MEVA'
CO., iVo. Hi,', King Street, will
lie presented with a hennliful
Cignreltr ur Cigne Cane.
To Close Out Consignments !
l-'nMlie lltfiiclli of tlio Kstiti
1'iiniinniifliij; ou SATUHDAY, Pfivm
Ih'rtitli, I wilt sell a New mlKiuiu'!il of
Boys' Shirt Waists
The Crlrbmlrtl "Mar" Ileum! nl
Boys' Salts from $3.50 up.
Idoa's Suits from 512.00 up.
Mcu'u Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINQBTON, Manager.
hi: i w t.i
;s w.MKiKi, tin: i-auk
s.UK'l, IHAMONH IIK.vn
I.I tVK hAN
'.!;ll ii. in.
i e.WK fon. ivikt
VND KINU HT.
I ;U) ii. in.
Uiiiifi. j ...miIm VV'hI.
kil.1, in runts;
Hana Hoiic'l ami Hlnuionil
lliiiil, 1. 1 ciMitBi rnmiil trip, ii" renin;
iiiiiiri'ii iniiier l'Jyt'ain, liall iiliv.
U-H P. HMI'J'JI, Viuiirlflor.
Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
Ai Tin: uki.ui.ai: anni'ai. mkut
Ini: ol tlio Chlni'si' Kni;liin :u. Nn. .
Iiclil In lliolr hull on Mannukeii sliii't, (in
tliti.'U In.t., Ilu following Kuiitloiimn wuiu
ilci lari'il ilnly cli'duil ur. tlllU'ura of the
Clilni'.su Kii;lno Co, No. Ti fur llir 1'iniiiiiH
I'liruiiliiii, iv-i'li'iiliil.. (iliuni; Klin
Ui AbsUtant I'liiciiKin, ri'-clcclcj .
-M Assistant FiiriMiiim. le-clucti'il
If It I'uuk
Sfi'ii'lnry, ru-clecul I Jill C'liuiii;
i n'Ooiirur, ru-i'iri'iiii . iiiiin Miif
Kf'i'rnliiry 1 lilin-nu KiiKlne I'o. Uu. -i.
United Chinese Society.
AT TIIK l!Ki ilJI.AK MKKTINU OF
tlio I'lilti'il ClillU'Si' .Socloty lii'lil oil
tlio 1st day of January, A. 1. 1801, tlio ful
lowing woro ilurliircil duly elcrloJ in OKI
crs of tlio t'orporiltion for tlio cnsiiiiii;
Heuretary. . .
. .Wohk Kwal
. .('Iiuiil' Klin
I.nn Cliouk bliiK
. Wont; Willi l-'oy
.ifcrcl.iry l'nited Clilncc t-'ocli-i
A I, I. 1UI.I.S DDK AOAINhT TIIK Ho
nolulu J load Hoard In future aro ro.
(iiiontcd to lio irosontod at tlio olllco of the
lload Kiipervlsor of Honolulu on the aith
of ciii'li inuutli, otliorvvUe tliey will lie ix
uiujit from that month's ultimate and like
ly not In hu iiald for uuo ur two months
ufter. liy order of the Honolulu lload
Hoard, H, O0MMINUH,
h'KHf lload (smicrvUor, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Harflware Go., L'tl
Saturday, Jan. 0, ISO.
We mentioned something
last week about a weather
prophet telling us we were
going to have dry weather
during 1S94. He wishes to
amend his statement now by
saying that it only applies to
localities where it does not
rain. The weather will not
hurt us to any great extent
because, when the streets are
muddy, people will want Mart
mann's steel mats, and we
have them in stock. Another
thing they must have is an Im
proved Stone Filter. The
rain makes the water impure
and it is necessary lo filter it to
keep disagreeable things from
being taken into the stomach
and causing scarlatina and all
sorts of diseases, We keep
the best filter manufactured;
one that may easily be kept
clean, and is cheaper than any
Frank Walcot's knife sharp
cner is known all over the
world and with a generous use
of printer's ink we hope to
make it very well known here.
This contrivance is made of
compressed emery and resem
bles a scythe stone in shape.
1 lavingsidosofdiflerent grades
of fineness, it is adapted for
sharpening any edge, tools, and
must supplant lues lor keep
ing cane knives in order be
cause one of them will outlast
many dozen files, We believe
we have all of these sharpen
crs in this market: if you want
your carvers sharp with the
least trouble and expense, ask
us for a "Frank Walcot Knife
Rochester Student lamps are
in demand wherever people
read books for pleasure or
mental profit. They are es
pecially desirable for the pur
pose because they give the
maximum light with the min
imum heat. They arc not as
ornamental, perhaps, as some
of other styles but they arc quite
as serviceable for general pur
poses. Wc invite your atten
tion to an assortment we have
just opened; to us they seem
to be handsomer than any stu
dent lamps we have ever seen
in other shops.
Some months ago wc im
ported and sold a lot of small
grindstones made especially
ior scissors aim tuner line cut
lery. They jumped at once
into favor, and we had to or
der more. We've waited a
long lime for them because
the demand for the article has
been so great in the l'nited
States that the manufacturer
could not keep up with it. We
retrieved our portion of the
outpitton the Australia, and we
are ready to fill a limited num
ber of ordtsis. These wheels
are made of a composition of
which sapphires are a part,
they arc as unlike, our ordi
nary grindstone, except in
shape, as wool is unlike cotton.
Since we published a state
ment showing the. tensile
strength of our galvanized
wire, we have received other
evidence of its superiority for
all uses to which wire may be
put. We have had the wiie
twisted around itself twenty
times with no signs of the gal
vanizing cracking or pulling
off. The. trouble with most
is that it will not stand sh.m
twists, but ours will.
As soon as the. weather
clears up there will be a lot of
painting done. We claim to
;eep as large a stock of white
ead, colors and oil, as there is
in the country. We also keep
Hendry's Ready Mixed Paints
which are the best mixed
paints in the world. There is
more zinc and japan in these
mixed paints than any other
manufactured, and the addi
tional quantity of these ingre
dients is added on account
of the effect of the I lawaiian
climate on paint. You will
find the Hendry paints better
spreaders than any other, and
they will retain their gloss and
original color longer. They
are put up in half gallon and
gallon tins ten of the latter
size will cover any ordinary
house two coats.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Ujipotlte BrcckrU' Mock,
!107 TORT HTItBlOT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor ITort e
TO IXFOKM MY. CUSTOMERS
J WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
1 BIG INDUCEMENTS i
Will be olfi'ivd lo the Public :unl if will pay you to trade at
the "TI0MIM.K OK FASH I OX."
... I AM Ori'T.HIN'O NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric aud Flauette Waists
Klegniil Afuioi'lmeiit of Coloivi at iiO CVhIm Each.
.!iit UVceivcd by l:mt "Australia" a Large Slock of
To hi! Mild for ovi: wi:i:ic oxi.v at 10e., 12.Je., 1-le. and lGAe.
per yard. (JooiIh worth 2."ie. 11 yard.
..SSO PIECES . .
In 10-yiird Iciiotlm, icduenl I'nuu SI. 01) to 75 cent.
Coruor l'ort and Hotel Sta., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Constancia & El
. . . jfhT 'ro HAM" r.
&3r The.se CJiy-ms me
.should not be confounded
are mi IVeipiuntly offered as
TRIAL of the,.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
SS33 Jfort Street.,
2J0"VE5J'0"S" &, OO.
No. If) Nmiaun Stroofc, Fotftor 31ook."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AG-lfiNTO
-- ion tin: mai.i: or
C. Cariy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
-From "I'm k Sum" Wine ('illun, tti)t ('Hy.
Frotlericksbtiri Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sun .hue, Cul I'. S, A.
Dalemand & Co.'s Cream Pure llyc Whisky,
A iiii'i'i j
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0.
- Uniform nnd
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras"
The Ptinve of
tMf Tlii'M' UooiIh :iii Wnuiintiv,!
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